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Array Government Gazou
HE BRITISH
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D. ROBSON A 00.
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A4.as1laalB.nla for thu paper.
THIS PAPER
Newmmr ArWn-tlilng
Newsuiwr Adm-tlilng Bureau (10 flpruco Bt.J,
«lMNMHmnlm*{«nttaeta rosy be maile for It In
Ike f titfch (Mtnnbiatt.
Hatirday Marnlag, Jnly M, UM.
Public Opinion.
The Winui eg Board of Trade now
complain that the railway monopoly works to their serious disadvantage, and as an independent line
- of railway cannot be had, they have
.. resolved to put* line'of steamers on
tlie Bed River between tbu frontier
town of Emerson nntl Winnipeg,
The board complain that the C.P.R.
Co,, in order to force traffic to take
the Fort Arthur route, detain ut
Emerson for days the goods delivered
to them, by the St. Paul, Minneapolis
k Manitoba Railroad. They also
assert that the company discriminate
in their mtes ugainst the trado of
Winnipeg and in favor of Montreal
wholesale houses. It is not probable
that their complaints will Imve more
effect thnn tho complaints of the
farmers have had. At Ottawa and
in the Nortii-West, the monopolists
uro supreme. They govern tho Do
minion government, and of the
North-West their will is the supreme
law.—Globe.
It is tolerably clear that this parliament will not censure Mr. Gladstone. It may not approve his
Egyptian policy in all its scope, and it
mny indeed disupjirove certain measures and incidents. But the personal
confidence wliich lie inspires, and the
wnnt of similar confidence in uny
leader of the opposition, ami the
want, also, of any definite plan more
acceptable to public opinion, make
the position of the prime minister
and the ministry for the pressnt secure. Undoubtedly it is the personal character of Mr. Gladstone,
the national confidence of his integrity, and the patriotism and purity
of his official conduct and public
aims and methods which maintain
him so unshaken amid all the storms
of opinion and feelitig. His position
is a siguai illustration of the powor
of personal character in public life.
It is one of the unseen forces whose
efficiency is derided, and sometimes
even furiously denied, but which is
ns sure as the control of the moon
over the tides. It is tho want of
this character wliich often vanquishes
it man's utmost cleverness in |wlilies.
Indeed, Mr. Gladstone's unrivalled
intellectual and political ability atone
could not have secured tho steady
support which he has received during
his stormy administration. That lius
come, wo repeat, from profound trust
in the integrity of his personal character. The revelation of any defect
in that integrity, the disclosure thnt
in any way whatever his political or
official position hnd been used by
him to promote his personal advantage, would be regarded in England
und wherever he is known as a public calamity, und it would instantly
cloBe his public career.—Harper's
Weekly.
"The gambling tables at Monte
Carlo aro evidently doomed, a nd with
them the last public haunts of the
professional gamblers in civilized
Europe will be closed." Thus writes
an editor of nn English exchunge.
Monaco is nominally, indeed, an independent state, and the reigning
Prince is not understood to be over
.- anxious to carry out the wishes of
lhis;ft3)gbbors. The recent numerous
I tKflgsti&i have nt Inst nrouuxl public
opinion in the cities of the Riviera
to the enormity of the evil. Nico
nud the other neighboring towns,
moreover, have sufiered through the
draining of their resources nt the
gambiug houses, nnd tlie long-deferred sentence of extinction is evidently soon likely to be enrried out,
There are few spots more favored by
nature thnn Monaco, and art has
added with wonderful effect to the
beauties of Monte Carlo. But there
is hb reason to believe that Monaco
will cense to charm when tho ouiwj
which blunts it uow is removed.
Baden-Baden and Ems and Homburg
nml Wiesbaden hnd their gaming
tables a few years ago, nnd it was
snid that the waters would lose their
virtues if the croupiers oesseil to cry
nnd the tables ceased to turn. But
a great king issued his fiat; the
beautiful German watering places
were purified, and they are now
more popular than ever. Homburg
has lost none of its popularity, and
the surpassing beauties of Baden-
Baden, with its music and its fetes,
nre nob the less enthusiastically enjoyed because the scenes in the
Kursaal which Thackeray ho vividly
described nre now happily only evil
memories. And no bile who knows
tbe Cornicho and Riviera will doubt
that Monaco has before it a future
brighter and better, oue far mere
worthy of the fair land of which it
is one of the fairest corners, than
the hideous past with its long catalogue of death nnd destruction.--
The Week,
Columbian.
VOLUME 26
NEW  WESTMINSTER, II 0., SATURDAY, JULY 2G, 1884.
NUMBER 7
Pram Fourth Page.
the place of execution. The cross of
wooden beams, the hammer and naila,
lay at his feet, but he showed no fear.
He did not wait for tiie officers of
justice to bind him to tha cross; he
laid himself down on it with outstretched arms, and said to them, 'Do
ns you are commanded; as my Redeemer died ao will I die too.?
"Truly," said tbe king, "a heavenly
power rules in your children, against
which all. the powers od earth can do
nothing, I confess myself vanquished.
I myself led the youth tb hit brother
and sister. Yuur wife proved herself
the worthy mother of suoh children.
I gave the children to her, and now I
give th-un to you. I return to you
both mother and children."
The king embraced Titus, and aaid,
"A religion which produees suoh
fruits, forms suoh good men, knits
suoh tender bands Wtwasn parents
aud children, «ir« such cwage in
death, and such a. firm hope of ad ctor-
nal life after denth, must be from
heaven. In you, your wife, and your
children I have learned to know what
iB grout and glorious in the edition of
Christ. Verily, the Christian religion
ia tho best, tho most gracious gift of
Heaven!
"And now," he continued, "let us
bo friends; I am firmly determined to
become myself a Christian. Yes, I
wish from henceforth to belong to
your Christian Church. I know full
well and foresee that the persecutions
of the Christians in our country will
not cease. I know that if nothing
worse happens to me, I shall have to
lay down my crown. But what are
earthly crowns in comparison with
that crown to which even tho humblest ami poorest man on earth, who
believes, hopes, and loves ns you do,
can attain? 0, how far more glorious
is that heavenly crown!"
The Spider's Thread.
In a lecture nt Boston, Mass., Pro
feasor Wood dealt with tho phenomena
of spider life. The female is larger
and much fiercer than the male, who,
while paying his nddressei, is in constant' peril, frequently losing some of
his legs. In ono tribe tho female is
1,300 times as large as the male. The
spider's thread M mado up ef innumerable small threads' or libers, one of
theso threads being estimated to he
one two-millionth of a hair in thickness. Threo kinds of thread aro spun:
One of great strenuth, for the radiating
or spoko lines of the woh. The cross
lines, or what a sailor might call the
ratlines, nre liner and aro tonncious—
thnt it, they hnvo upon thom little
specks or globules of a very sticky
gum. These specks nre put on with
even interspaces. They are aet quite
thickly along the line, and aro wlmt,
in the first instance, catch* and hold
the legs or wings of the 'fly- Once
caught in this fashion, the prey Is held
secure liy threads flung over it somewhat in the manner -of a lasso. The
third kind of silk is thnt which the
spider throws out in a mass of Hood,
hy which it suddenly envelops nny prey
of which it is somewhat afraid, as, for
example, a wasp. A scientific experimenter once drew uut from the body
of it single spider 3,480 yards of thread
or spider silk—n length little short of
three miles. Silk may be woven nf
spider's thread, and it iB more glossy
aud brilliant than that of tho silkworm,
being of a guidon color. An enthusiastic entomologist is Baid to have secured
onough uf it for the weaving of a suit
of clothes for Louis XIV.
Cfi
m   H. MATHERS, tt. D.
i'picb— Temporarily fn Wisc'8 building,
-Front street.
Residence—Ht. John street, opposite the
Public School, New Westminster.
 mhlMc
I. DEKTLEY, !K.B.,».O.P.t B..O.
PHYfcfcrAN'4'RiniGEON.
Hnrgeon to Royal Columbinn Hospital,
Medical Officer to the Asylum for thein-
sune. OVFicf-j — Mt'Kenzio streot, New
Westminster. British Columbia.   [solR-to
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C
V. TREW, SI. D, VS. C. P. * 8., O.
PHYBI-DIAN A BURGEON.
Westminster Jnfl, Coroner for the District.   OKvibR—Corner of Clarkson ond
Mi'Kpnrit Mi-ceR.   Residence, Muryflt.
sfr-lft*te
P
B..U..LEOO* M.CSWAIN,
_IT^     PHYSlCTA*SB*BUltOEONS.
Jftltte, Columbia at., opposito city Hotel.
Offloe always open, day and nlirht.
Areli. MliSloSlril. A., H. D., C. M; (Mo-
OIU),formerly oINew York Polyclinic.
A. tUdtala.-k. D.iH»rv..rUl,IJunU.
ate of Hoyat College wPbyalcIans, IMS'
don, Eng. ** raylt-W '
H.
N. COOPER, O.A„Mip„
PHYSICIAN A SURGKON.
OFTOQH:imu'REBIDEI**CE-Cliurcli St.
(noxt door to Farmers' Home), near
Columbla-Hf., New Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE H0UR8-Hto 10a.m.; Ito Sand
tl.,10 to 8 p. ni. Calls In town and country promptly attended to. fetZto
Dblii-iouh Tapioca Cream.—To be
eaten cold it is made easily. Let two
tablespoonfuls of tapioca Boak all night
iu enough sweet milk to cover it, nud
a tritlo more. In ths morning bent
umi quart of milk to the boiling point,
beat the yolks of three eggs with half
n cup nf sugar and the tapioca; when
well mixed stir theso in the boiling
milk. Let it boil for a minute or two,
or until you are sure it has all reached
tho boiling point, then remove it from
tho firo, flavor it with lemon or vanilla.
Put it into the dish in whioh it is to
bo Borvod. Bent tho whites to a stiff
froth, ar, better still, have some one
elso do it, so that, while the tapioca is
still hot, the meringue may be placed
on the top, A tablespoonful of powdered sugar should bo beaten with the
eggs.
— —-*.—.—_—.
Tho lumbermen of tho North-Western States propose to closo. all the- saw
mills in thnt region on Sept. 16 foi' the
remainder df the year, and a movement
iB on foot in Now Brunswick to have
the rates nf stumpago reduced, Building Is inactive, the demnnd for lumber
slack, nud the interest generally in un
unsatisfactory condition. In this, ns
in many othor directions, tho outlook
for the working classes is not eneour-
'tg'ng. j^	
The vory best soil for tlio peach is tt
rich, deop, sandy loam; next to this n
strong mellow loam; thou alight, thin,
ssudy soil, and tho poorest is a heavy,
compact, clay soil. In. selecting trees,
get those best adapted tu the climate
of your particular locality. The chief
point is in hardiness, the maturing of
tho new wood in fall; therefore in the
coldest localities keop tho trees eut
biick.
Littlo three year old .Sarah, so her
mother writes us from Central New
Vork, saw a large caterpillar trno day
Inst summer and asked what it was.
She was told it wdh n caterpillar. A
short time afterwards the young entomologist discovered a very small representative of the same species and
exclaimed, "0 inn! see here is a
fiittenpillar!"
After the strawberry plants supply
you with delicious fruit all the season,
don't think they can shift for themselves the balance of the year. Re*
move all mulch and weeds and stir the
soil. The plants nuw need stimulants,
and good, rioh composted manures are
just tho thing.
A subscription paper was lately circulated with tho folia-wing object in
viow: "We subscribe and pay the
amount opposite our names for the
purpose of paying the organist and n
boy to blow the same."
Uo not delay in getting relief for the
little folks. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator is a pleasant snd sure cure.
JOHN 8. Menu IRK, fll. D.,
I*HYfiICiAN"& SURGEON.
GraduuteofTrlmiv College, Dublin,ns
also Assistant HurgOLn Into Honorable
East India Company Fervid-, wishes to
announce to the people of Lillooet Dis*
trl.il tbat be baa taken tip his residence
at CLINTON and openedu drugstore. AU
commutations by mnll promptly attended to, mylT-flin
T\R. CIIEADLE,
.1 ) DENTIST,
Associated will. Dr. Welsh, can be found
at his office, over D. H, Curtis ft Co.'s drug
store, Columbia street, New Westminster.
.Office hours—From n a.m. to 12 m., and
from 1 lo"ip.m. Je21-te.
pORBOVliD * McCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
OmcE-MoKenzle street. New Westminster, a C.
TT-    W. ARMSTRONG,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
Opposite Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER R. C.
AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST.
100-column* and 100 engravings lu
each issue.   mvA Tear.    $l.!w a Year.
Send two 3e U. ft. stamps for sample
copy fKni*llsh or German] of the Oldest
and Dent Agricultural Journnl In tlio
World. ORANGE JUDD CO.,
David W.'JudtL Pros.
Wl Broadway, New York. Jell-te
T   T. WILKINSON,
*CtJSTOM BOOT ft SHOE MAKER,
Chilliwhack, B. C   First-Class workmanship.   Repntrli.it.-'neatly nnd --ulckly executed.   Terms strictly cash.        my2K-m
IsrunRAV* PRY,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
Graining, Kwnminlng and Paper-Hang-
Ing.  8Ho*»--01nrksr.n street, Opposite! the
New WestminstMr Jail, New Westminster,
British Columbia. np'Mc
Tif RS. BLIZA TOWLE.
GROCER A GENERAL DEALER.
Good   Accommodations for Travelers.
Opposite Steamboat. Landing,
LANGLEY B. C.
_______ myH-8m	
1>OVAL HOTEL,
CENTREVILLE, CHILUWIIACK.
Flrst-CloRs accommodation for Travelers.
MRS. M. A. HARPER,
iny2I-TM-ly Proprietress.
~\f*«. M. A.' HARPER,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
Dry-HMUHnailClMeerlM. Ministry aud
Fancy (tend*.
First -Class DressmnJtor In nUendnuce.
_my21-'M*ly	
H
VtiHBB * ATKINSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Ami Conveyancers. Accounts collected
nnd Loans Negotiated. Office, Columbia
stroot, opwiBite tho Post Office, New Westminster, R.C.
J. d Hughes, T. C. Atkinson.
Notary Public.
Jell-to _____	
C. D. RAND,
NOTAKV PUIILIC.
E. E. RAN P.
Heal ftr-tat* Broken* <*>BTcyaiit4-r* and
Irtsnrnare Agents.
I'ort Mooily nud New Westminster Pro-
porlyn specialty.
OFFICE-*Columbia street, opposito Post
Office, New Westminster, 11. 0.     Jly.">t«
rn J. trapp,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Coiumbin Street New Vest minster
Arrangements are helot* made for an
extensive Auction Sale of Heal Estate, to
take place iu Hay Next. Parties desirous
of disposing uf tlieir farms, etc., will do
well tn place tlie same iu the hands of the
aooVei
All commission* will receive prompt.
nnd careful attention. Best references
Kiveu when ruguircd. iiihlil-u-
■m    II.   FALDING,
LAND, HOUSE ANDGENERAL AGENT
Accountant, Colleetor, Conveyancer,
LIFE, FIRK ft ACCIDENTINS. AGENT,
Custom Honim Broker.
Agont for P. T. Johnston ft Co,, Seedsmen,
-——Viotorin,	
And John Leahy, Brewer, Vlcto>Ia.
. ophok:
McKensle St, one door from Columbia St,
NEW WESTMINSTER, R C.
npan-ic .
II. K. CROASDAIt.K, A. W. iofcEfl.
OROASDAILF & JONES,
Real Male Agrats aad Broker-.
Particular attention pnid In Iho snle of
farming lands.
Money to loan ut low rates of micros' on
improved farms.
Lnrge lists of town and country properly
'. 'fertile.
Office-Government St, near Bronghtoii
('•     I'O box IU1. apMe
VV. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
—AND—
GENERAL AGENT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agest ror (he TRIVKLLKKS' MPE
Silt ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO.,
Hi'tford, Conn.
OFPICK: — McKeimio  Street,   New
Westminster. >le9
J. A. CALBICK,
ALL K1NOBOP JOBBING ANDRE-
PAIRS PROMPTLY KXKVUTHD.
SHOP-Merchnnl Sijuare, Columbia St.,
New Westminster, In rear of Thos. Oven's
Blacksmith Shop. ' felOtc
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHORN'S
Boot ft Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
S'lop under the now O-hlfollow Hall, Columbia at., New Westminster.
Every Man to his own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(CPB. COLONIAL IIOTHL).
NEW  WKSTMINSTER,  B. C.
l'hjslclnris' Prescription! snd Finn-
Ily Keclpes i Specialty.
w. B. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty roan.' ....< imnsc.    mKt
COME AND SEE
mHE PltOPBlBTOIt, JAMES TUKN-
X HULL, having acnm taken possession
ofthe TKMPl'KAM'K HOI»t' fronliiiBon
Cnliimlilii and Cliim-h Klrccts, <■->■-•))■ it(•
Bpl8eopttlOliurch,Cllyof New woptmlti-
xtcr, 11. ('., and now known us the
FARMER'S    HOME."
Will accommodate all his old friend* ami
the I'lii-ii*- generally who favor him with
ncall.-jit old prices, Hoard per day, 81.00;
Board ner wet-It, $5.00; Hinglu Menls, ft
cents; [!"i]K,i',i-oiits. it*r (iood aecoinmo-
dailon forLadleit and Families,    una"
OEOSS'
MUSICAL AGENCY,
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Victoria,   -   •    Uritish   Columbia.
STKIXWAV	
hlllkll 1\	
I !!■< HI ItlM...
IHIXKIt	
 1-IA.VOS
 rnxos
 I-IANOH
....... I-IAVIIS
W. BELL  A < I.HI-ANVK OBUAS
MESSRS.
Respectfully hog tn inform lhe puhllcof
New Westminster and District that
they have commenced htislncss as
LandSHrveyors&Oraiightsmen
Rc»I Estate Brokers & Agents,
Conveyancers. Aecoiiiitants.&c.
And ore now prepared to recelvo lustrtic*
j       Mons in their several hranches.
All business placed In their hands will
recelvo prompt attention.
They lmvo for sale Town and Suburban.
T/iUIn New Wostnilnator,
Town Lots at Port Moody, Port Hammond and Lols on town sites til
Hcstlngs, Granville and
English Bay
Alsofurmimr lands on the Lower Fraser.
.Olliee—Fkont BlltESTi
OitpenUeC. P. N. Company's Wharf.
foD-tc.
Sunnyside Hotel,
GRANVILLE, B, G.
McLEOD&McINNES
m
GRANVILLE:,
Burrard Inlet, B. C.
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
PROPRIETOR.
.   , (Jiy-vn _ 	
BUTCHER,
(.'RNTltHVlr.I.H.CHTt.l.IWHAOK.
The Best of Meats
Constantly on hand,
myai-.lm	
WE8T END
I'laltt ami Fancy
,   uiuwi   hub,  uwauu,
And Confootlonnry always on hand.
Delivered lo any part of the City.
l.,    Columbia Street.
Je2l*te
FURNITURE I
mHK UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
J_ sure'in announcing that ho is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ke., at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly aud ia first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
Iu all its branches. The undersigned
has tho only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store. auSte
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER « MANUFACTURER OF
life
AND AliTi KINDS OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
ILL  VISIT THE   MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
he happy to receive and execute ordore
for all kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Keary, N. W., will receivo prompt attention. jy28tc
W
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER.
APPRAISER ANO COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
8ale3 Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA,  • BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SW Liberal advancos made on Consignments.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Eaqut-
malt, New Westiniuster and the Districts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock in trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can iiml a Cash Buyor by calling
on the above. Office of the British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
OUtrc »r llaclMir Master and Port War*
den. rciu
B. G. A. A.
. 1883.
FIRST PRIZEI
 TO	
KURTZ&CO
 FOR	
ClCi A IIS
[Signed]        .   A. PEELE, Sec.
(oc!7to)
99
SMB
for §ttk or m Hint,
FOR SALE.
AMNUI.K PLAIN BED8TEAB, WITH
wool unit straw ninttn'KKeK.   Apply ut
mhs-te I HIS ori Ml.
FOit SALE:"''
r»NE MII.CH COW.
Apply lo MltR SILLITOE.
 Ijyiite)
Cows for Sale.
SIX GOOD COWS FOR .ALE.   Apply lo
a. iRvma,
rnnMc Maple Ridge,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tne City,
tiik mm mmm
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTI8T.
MTITIEm,
 GENERAI	
Groceries,
Provisions and
Dry Goods.
General Agent    for  British   Columbia
for  tho
Lamb Knitting Machine!
flood Accommodation for Travellers and Tourists.
WMIiin Itvr lulmiliV wnlk or lhe b~.II.
wny Mfnlloii,
ST. MARY'S MISSION, B. C.
Mrs. T. is a duly qualified and certificated nurse aad accoucheur, nud Ib prepared to give tho best attention and
accommodation to invalids aiul ladies
during confinement nt her home as
above, the situation af whicli is ono of
the most salubrious and delightful on the
Lower Fraser. A skilful physician will
be in attendance if required.     je25m3
-DOilfwiON-^
WOODS & TURNER,
Conveyancers,
Real iM.-itt' .iKi'iii*.   Land   siii-vi-jor*.
nraiH-ltliineii, aud Insnntiiei- Agent*.
Out- property lists are now very complete, und wo would call attention to tlm
following selections, which we r.re enabled tn offor at very reasonable figures.
Titles gunrdntcod:
New Westminster Oity.
Lot 20, blook XXXII— good rcsiilenco
site,
Subdivision of lut 11), blook XXXV-
00x13d feet.
Southwest.| of lot  17, block XXXVI.
New Westminster Suburbs,
Lots 7 and 3. block V—grftdetl, cloaml
and fenced; firtjoiliilig icsidciice of W. II.
Townnend,"l''Hf|.
Lpta.|i8 and 70, blaok'V.
Saixllvlhbni of lots 1 ami fi, liloek li.
Stil-divh'on-i of lots III nml a.1, blook 7.
New Westminster District.
(lood fiirmx in nil pal If.
lli.'i
ii 1'Visj Crezk roti.l.
t Matsi]wi—good dairy fnrm;
L'lily improvod:  to  be sold with (took
«l implmiunits if desired.
aOJ notes ."-t Sumas—a splendid chance
for dairy farmery.
245 acres near Laduer's Landing,
320 acres on Lulu Island.
Port Moody.
A largo aud complete list, embracing
all parts of the Townsitu.
Land Surveying
lit nil ita bmuches; maps compiled, tracings prepared, and all descriptions of surveying carefully ami promptly attended
to.   SO yeaw' experience.
Having Iweu over almost the whole of
New Westminster District during our
surveying tours, wc are in a position to
givo intending purchasers a eon-cot description of the property offered.
Money to lend on approved security at
low rates of interest.
Agents For
The Pltcuix, of Brooklyn, and the
Liverpool k Condon k Globe Insurance
Companies.
The Kqnitable Lifo Assurance Society
of the United States,
Oladtling, McRcan k Co'a terra cotta
chimneys nnd vitrified stone sewer
piping.	
OFFICE- Ellard's Block, Columbia
Street, New Westminstor.
ap!2-tc        WOODS k TUHNKK.
(LIMITED)
New Westminster, B. C.
BEG to return their sincere
thanks to friends and the
public for the liberal patronage
bestowed on them during the
past year and take pleasure in
stating that they are now in a
better position than ever before
to supply anything and everything in their line.
HAVING largely increased
the capacity of the Mill
and added a most complete outfit of wood-working machinery,
they are now manufacturing all
kinds ol
1,
-ixci.nn.xii —
Lumber,
Shingles,
Pickets,
Lath,
Sash,
Doors,
MOULDINGS,   l'ltACKETS,
SCROLL, SAWED, AND
TURNED WORK.
 A1SO	
FUKNITITRE
Of all kinds on hand or made to
order on short notice.
Having imported the newest
and best machinery in the market, we can guarantee FIRST-
CLASS WORK al LOWEST
PRICES.
Orders from the Interior carefully and promptly attended to.
Price Lists furnished on application.
JNO. B. HENDERSON,
]e2Sto] Makakf.k,
THK UNDERSIGNED BEGS LKAVK
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased the above Hotol, where
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and Bleeping Apart-
neatR are under the superintendence
of Mrs. Auhtis. ,
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies.
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Beading Koera, com-
inodiouii, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with hooks and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
Is supplied with the choicest brands <
Winks, Liquors, Cigars, ke. .
JN0. AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
THE
1
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently completed and is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. Tlie
situation and accommodations aro unsur*
passed on Burrard Inlet, which has be*
come the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia, Tho prospect is
charming, tho sea breezes aro invigorating, and the facilities tor bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
n„A tflnlno PnnmR. Suites of apartments for familiea or parties. The Bar
is entirely dctatehed from the main
building.
S?r The Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs, Black.
First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day. ■
GEO.  BLACK,
jy28tc Proprietor.
ESTABLISHED 1839.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE  LARGEST AKD   CHOICEST
assortment of all doscripUonH of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
IS Ai-TORDANCE Wf* II Till* provision* tii mil* nl lusi aeislon of the leu-
Isliitlvi-■■-■K-'iiilily.noNco itt hon-liy pi veil
iiml it froo H]bj[$cIiooI will bo opened nt
New Westminster,
.uii-i.-i: Ilie lint week 111 Aiimtst riOXt*
Tbis will be a (iovernnicnt St-iio-il,-iiul
the course of study will be thai pronorlbhl
by tlm Provinoial BUuciittonnl Depart?
menu The curriculum will embrace till
subjects ncref-Mpr.v for ('olle-je itmlrloula-
I Ion, ami for qualifying persons to obtain
imivlnoml leitpliers- certificates. The
school will be under it Drst-clus*- teacher.
Persons desirous of --nti-i-lm; the classes
should eommuiitciite with tbe Secretary
us early us pnsslhlc
T.J. TRAPP,
mj-3-te See. Bd.ofTriislces.
F. F. NELSON,
HAS    JUST   OPENED   A   NEW
Store at
POR'tf   MOODY,
Whoro will be fouml ft fnll stock of
Drj- Goods, (iroccrlcs, and Sen*
eral Merchandise,
Whioli will l>e solil at Now Westminster
Prices.
.Km, for North AairrlCN AntMMrt «■•
.Mrn.rr «'iimp.».
t~ Next Door to Caledonia Hotel.
feZMo
►'or  l-.rueMt.ra,   Arehllrfl.,   BalM.ra.
•Jarklilsla. Ktr.
08B0RNE & ALEXANDER,
628 Market St., San Franoisco.
Mechanics' Tools, Hardware, and Machinery. Catalogues of all our goods sent
fi'tv on application. ap26-flm
For Sale!
11EN TOWN LOTH FACING ON l)OU(i.
. lus Street, south of I'ellmm  Street.
Applyto
HKNKY V. EDMONDS,
Jeltle \ma Agent.
Oxen for sale.
TWO YOKE OF 6-YEAI1 OLD WOKK-
OXEN for sole. Girth from .feel ll
tn. lo T feet 1 In. Alao-1 BIlI.Ti .nd I
STAG, unbroken, gootl size.
WM. It. LADNrill,
nib29tc Ijtdner's Landing.
Milch Cows For Sale.
THE I'NMSRRIGNED HAS FROM ONE
to ten good milch cows for salt, They
en ttaite mtatU jutA tnt^imn ratlktr*.
Por parllcnlurs apply to
P. GANNON,
Butcher 4 Ktock Dealer,
tnljltf-ie, Ladner's Landing,
Farm to Rent
THE "BROOKHtJRST PLACE,'* situated 8 miles from,Ladner's landing
and 9 from New Westminster, consisting
. insisting
of M aores of flrst-class land, well adapted
for farming, and OHnccially adapted for
Braelnft purposes,  Fine  chonee.  Terms
easy.  Parties are Invited to call and inspect erop, JlyWIc
FARM FOR SALE.
Well improved; good orchard; 400 fruit
trees; a flue lot of small fruit; lOacres in
timothy; good house, and barn. P*or further particulars apply either by lei ter or
person to
It. C. GARNER,
JlylUU: Johnson's Landing, B. C.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
ONE ACRE OP LAND, WORK OS
less, at the Maple Ridge public land*
in-;, containing two houses. One house
nearly new, contains 9 rooms; the other
hits eight roams. Will be sold together or
separately, cheap for cosh, or rented lo
suitable tenant-*.   Apply to
JNO. MoKENNEY,
ii)*-(o-;!ii* Maple Ridge.
FOR   SALE.
A FARM OF JOO ACRES IN LANGLEY
Municipality, opposite Port! Ham*
mond. 10 acres cleared, with small house
romulnder covered with alder and vine
maple bush, with but very little heavy
timber. Soil a uniformly deep clay loam.
Wil! l.P sold cheap for caah.
Apply to
•      PAUL MURRAY,
IiVNti.-! Mlllllf. PI*■•»■*■
FOR SALE.
W. H. KF.ARV
!
Wishes to dispose of his tdRlltmrrjr Had
Book Wore and the gootl will nf the btud-
itcss. TERM8 EASY, which can be obtained on uppllcntlon to T. J. Armstrong.
March 31st, 1881. . apMc.
FOR SALE.
THB BEST DA AT FARM IX THB
Province of Brit iuh Columbia, situated
In liowcr Sumas, consisting at 1200 acres,
of which itOO Is prufricund the remainder
timbered. There Ik a good dwelling nouN?
of H rooms; a first-class dairy with water
power complete for churning; a large
ham 130xM. Terms, one-half down and
balance on 0 years' time at 8 per cent.
Will be sold with or without stock. Apply
to A. a VEDDER,
j-*'-:tm Chilliwhack, B. C.
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runningthrough
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's Landinjj.H.C.
SECOND-HAND
r'YLINDER 8xl2, SUITABLE
V for direct action Saw-milli with
Saw Arbor and tno 62 inch Spalding-
tooth Saws; also, feed gear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler. The whole is
in good order, and may be seen at the
Brunette Saw-mill, will be sold at a
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS. S: CO.
New West., 20th Dec, 18B1.   [de22tc
100 MEN WANTED
mo WORK ON THE   EAGLE   PARS
1   Wiigon Road, r'nr liiformntlon upply
to MARVIN * TILTON, Wharf Htrei'l.or
lo tlie unilrMiguod.
■P28tnl G. B. WRKIHT.
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IR HEREBY GIVEN, that 1
ll have made application to the Chief
Commissioner of Laiuls and Works for
permission to pun-hum- one hundred nnd
sixty acres of pastoral land situated In thp
Kamloops Division of Yale District, on a
creek emptying Into Htump heme, at a
post about Smiles east of Peter Eraser's,
running north 20 chains; thenoe west ft"
chnlnV thence south 3D chnins; thence
cast NO chains.
DONALD FRAHER.
Kamloops, July 3rd, im. Jlyiumi!
I. LEHMAN,
Importer and dealer In .
InitSyuliISaiitflirilNi
fioacli-building.  Hlacksmlthlng, Horse,
Ox and Mule Bhoelng, and Oeneral He-
tnlrinR promptly attended to
YALE BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
To Contractors..... W. D. Ferris ot al
Notice Oeo. Boothroyd
Meohsiiios' Ira*itut« J. C. Btown
0. R & X. Op C. E. Clancey
Public Notice. Eobt. McKoo
Lorne Collenc Eev. C. J. Brenton
Oolumbi. College Miss Dawson
Notioe -. 0- Warwick
Toucher Wanted KB. Kelly
Appointments (&) Prov. Sec
Notice Jno. Robson
Public Notioe W. S. Gore
Wttt; British fltolumbi-m
tmmmj H.mw. s.,r n. um.
Tlie United States Republican
papers havo been vigorously "going
for" Cleveland becauso he furnished
a substitute when drafted for sor
vice during tho rebellion. It was
plain und exhilarating sailing for a
time, but tbo Republican organs
have just been brought up with a
short jerk by a counter statement,
which is going tbe lound of the
'Democratic press, that Blaine also
furnished n substitute, and that the
Blaine substitute "jumped" the country. The glass in the Blaine man.
sion is not all in tbe windows.—
Globe.   m_Bse±B_mBSe,
Reports from the wheat growing
regions of tbis continent indicate an
abundant orop, The new wheat is
already coming into market, and is
pronounced to be of excellent quality. It is also stated that there is
■till a large quantity of last year's
crop in the hands of dealers. If no
misfortune interferes with the operations of harvest, ihere will be a
large surplus of grain and prices
must rule low. While the consumer will reap the benefit of this
plentiful supply, the margin of
profit to the farmer must be greatly
reduced.
It is significant that the Toiuany
Hall branch of the Democratic
party does not take kindly to the
nomination of Governor Cleveland.
Kelly, tbe leader of that branch,
has ojifiily expressed his disappointment at the choice of the Democratic convention. On tbe other
hand a considerable number of influential Republicans will support
Cleveland because they have much
greater confidence in bis personal
fitness and official purity thau they
have in Blaine. How fnr this disaffection may extend cannot now be
stated, but at the present moment it
is by no means insignificant.
-AM we in British Columbia prepared to admit 'he right of the Dominion government to decide how
.. many tinsmiths, bricklayers, -and
;' haberdashers may follow tlieir avocations in Victoria. Tho principle
is precisely the same. If we are,
then let us luy aside onr freedom,
and submit to be goverened by intolerance!". This is from the Victoria Pott and relates to the Dominion license act But if it strikes
our cotemporary as dreadful for the
Dominion to limit the numbor of
licenses, bow can he justify the provincial governments iu exercising
such an arbitrary power! His comparison is not happy. Tho tinsmiths and bricklayers are not limited by any government, because
these industries are necessary and
free from injurious effects. The
liquor business is not necessary, and
even its special apologist, the Posl,
admits that it produces very great
mischief. That is why all governments seek to limit the sphere of its
operations.
At Last!
The Colonist of Tuesday announces
that Mr. Trutch has received instructions from Ottawa to proceed
nt once to have the lands in the railway belt surveyed and allotted to
those who are entitled to receive
them. We presume tbo work will
new be set in motion, and that with
all speed the vexatious delays of
wliich we have complained so frequently will be ended. It is impossible to sty why this work oould
not bave been undertaken last year,
when the settlement bill had been
agreed to by the two governments.
Beyond doubt the delay hss had a
very injurious effect upon this province, and has deprived us of many
valuable settlers, It is to be hoped
Mr. Trutch will push the Surveys
with all possible speed, ami thnt disputes whioh must necessarily arise
in some eases respecting ownership
map be satisfactorily adjusted. We
have suffered long and grievously
in consequence of thn federal government's lack of energy, and it
would be wise now to accept the
most liberal interpretation of the
law touching the claims of squat-
twa who st» in bona fide occupation
of tbe land.
Karl Qnn.ille has sent a note to the
aSt Mb-feter at Wa.hintt.-n. in-
atratlng him to ask that if odvanta«e-
ous terms are given to Cuba fur thu
admission of Oubsn products into America, the products of the British oolonies
in the We.t Indie, be placed on the
same footing.
.»   	
Thar, an a numbir of varltie. of
oons, Hollsway's Corn Cure will remove any of th»m.
The Chinese Commission.
We find the following letter addressed to the Victoria Colonists "I
see by the pupeis that a commission
has been sent out by tho Dominion
government to enquire intu the
Chinese question ill tbis province.
I also observe, from the tone of the
journals, that very little hope is entertained of a satisfactory result of
the investigation; aud, looking at
the circumstances of the inquiry and
the personnel of the commission,
tbe prospect is certainly not encouraging. There is really no necessity
for uny inquiry, because the ovils incident to Chinese immigration aie
obvious, and ure woll known to
everybody on the Pnoific coast. Besides, have not onr representatives
at Ottawa, for a long period, dinned
it into the ears of parliament that
Chinese immigration iB violently
opposed by tho mass of the people
iu this province, that it prevents all
other immigration, that it impoverishes and checks the progress of the
colony! Either the Canadians ovist
think that we are entirely unworthy
of belief, or they must think that
we are so stupid that we do not
know what is good for us, and that
they alone are competent to look
after our in'ereats. The effects of
the Chinese immigration ure, of
course, the same here as in the
United Stutes. On this ground
also, then, there is no necessity for
any further inquiry, because some
years ngo an elaborate investigation
of the Chinese question was held
in California, and the result was the
restriction bill. Even if enough
time were devoted to tho matter
here, it is not likely that the commission would be so effective as in
California, because the Chinese are
aware of the proposed inquiry;
whereas the researches of the Americans had been conducted for a long
time in a secret and informal manner, and so various items were obtained whioh could not have been
got in any other way, owing to the
well known secretiveness and reticence of tbe Chinese. For example,
Chinese scholars showed that assassination notices had been frequently
posted in Chinatown, i. e., placards
promising a reward to any one who
would kill some obnoxious Chinaman who had rebelled against the
companies. Again, it bad always
been alleged by the opouents of the
Chinese thnt they (the 1 .boring
Chinese) were brought here as serfs.
But it was necessary to bring proofs.
For this purpose several contracts
wero produced recording the sale of
male and female Chinese. Tho contracts were expressed as follows:
"Ah Moy hereby sells her body to
 , for fivo years for $300, to
bo paid air the expiration of that
time." Then follow stipulations
that, if she were sick and unable to
Mtiomi tn business, the timo of the
sa-vice was to bo proportionally
lengthened, and so on. I havo mv-
self seen several of these documents.
All the exertions of the "United
States authorities to break up the
terrorism by which the wealthy
Chinese companies hold their poor
fellow-country people in thraldom
have been unavailing. In spite of
all their efforts, the "impei-iuni in
imperio" remains intact. When Mr.
Cbapleau arrives he will probably
be received with groat distinction.
He wil] be invited to the houses of
the great employers of Chinese labor; be will visit the canneries, the
railway, the coal mines, and by what
be is told there, and by the courtesies of his entertainers, he wil] be
thoroughly convinced that Chinese
labor is indispensable to the iudus
trial progress of the colony. Any
further action iu the matter will,
therefore, in all probability, be postponed until the province is filled to
overflowing with Chinese; then,
when the mischief is irreparable,
there will perhaps be brought forward some useless exclusion bill. The
situation of the province in regard
to its relations to the Dominion is
assuredly not enviable. It is not
pleasant to act the part of Job's
comforters; but we cannot refrain
from calling attention to the humiliating position of the colony. Here
we have for years been beseeching
the Canadians to attend to a matter
of vitul interest to us; but as it does
not immediately concern them they
have been deaf to our entreaties.
Our representation in the Dominion
parliament being small we have no
politicul influence there. Wo have
thus very little share in the general
government, at tire same time our
right of local government is being
gradually encroached upon; witness
tho liquor aot, whicli the Dominion
government iB trying to force on
the provinces. ft ia ill reality a
sumptuary - act. The Canadian
statesmen are assuming the right of
censorship over tho morals of the
provinces. Next)' I Buppose, they
will undertake to regulate cigar
stores, houses of .ill-fame, the observance of the Sabbath, etc., all very
moral and proper, no doubt, only it
is exactly tbe soft of parental government from which wc thought we
had forever escaped. Tho people of
this province an like Esau, who
sold his birthright, for a mess of pot
tage—with the difference that tbey
have not got the pottage. Why did
we consent to increased taxation and
the curtailment of our liberty] Was
it not with the hope of obtaining
great material advantages;* Where
are these advantages? Since confederation the progress of the colony
has been enormously retarded owing
to tho land being locked up from
settlement. Eren if wo gain all we
ask for, the increase of prosperity
may not be as great as is expected.
The C. F. railway will be of great
service to Canada and, riurhaps, to
England; hut the benefit to this
country will bf very indirect. As
the most fertile lands of the province are not immediately contiguous
to the railway I do not see how its
mare existence oan tend to enhance
their value."
Teacher Wanted.
DULY    QUALIFIED     TBAOHBR
wanted for tlio Port Moody Publio
(tool,   Applications must  bo received
R. B. KRIiI.Y.Hcc.
Port Moody, July 25th, 1884. JlyiWd
School,   Appll'.
beforo the lsl August noxt.
NOTICE.
A.STRAY MARE eiiino to tuy place on
tin Tuesday, 16tll Inst.; Hunt bay,
willi bluck mniieimdtall; lias livo brands.
Tbo owner can liavo Uio same by proving
•n-u-u-i-iv und paying charges,
GEORGE BOOTHROYD.
Surrey Centre, July22,1881.        JlySBwl
Mechanics' Institute
A MEETING OF THE SUBSCRIBERS
to the Institute will be bold In the
Reading Room, on Wednesday evening;
the iBtli Inst., at 8 o'clock, io elect persons
to lill vacancies In the Hoard.
JOHN C. BROWN, President.
July 2J, 1881. jlySflld
TO CONTRACTORS
§ BALED TENDERS will be received
up tp the "Ihdnyof August next for
e eroclion ol a Reformed Episcopal
Church In this oity. Plans and spceifloa-
llons of tho work can be seon at the offlco
of Mr. W. D. Ferris.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
W. D. FERRIS.
W. B. TOWNSEND,
Churchwardens.
T. II. MATHERS, M.D.,
Sec'y Vestry.
Now Westminster, filth July, 188J.     [2111.-1
PUBLIC  NOTICE.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED by
the undersigned up till Saturday,
Snd August, 1884, for removing Prnirie
Publio School House a distance of nbout
ono mile and a half to a site on the southeast side ot the Langley Trunk Road.
Plans nnd spool fictitious ean be soon ut
the residence of the Trustees, Chas. J.
Robinson and John Jolly, Langley Prairie. Bonds will be required for thosufoty
of tho building while removing.
Tho lowest or any tender not -necessarily
accepted.
ROBERT McKEE,
Soo. Board of Trustees.
Langley Prnlrlo, 23rd July, 1881.
a»td
Columbia ftlta!
FOR GIRLS,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
VISITOR, Bishop uf Sen Westminster.
PUlM'st-Al. Miss Dawson!
VME-I-BISC'IPAI, Miss K. DnWsan.
Next Term Begins Sept. 2nd.
Foes I Bonrd imd Tuition, SIO" per annum. French, Musi,-, Drawing unit Washing exlrn.
APPLYTO THE PRINCIPAL.
SAPPERTON,
New Westminster, British columblu.
rminx. The Hamuli or lorne.
VIK1TOB, Th. lord lllshoii or X.» Weal-
mlnalrr.
.Men, embracing also a Junior uml Preparatory Department.
Fees [Inclusive] por milium, ijms. Tbo
only extras aro for Books, French, German and Singing.
Next term opens September B. Apply
for prospectus to tho Principal,
MvWIonm     RKV. C. J. nUKKTON. M.A.
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develops in Scrofulous Sores, Ulcers, or
Eruptions, or in the form of Rheumatism,
or Organic Diseases, the suffering that ensues Is terrible. Hence tho gratitude of those
Fho discover, as thousands yearly do, that
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
will thoroughly eradicate this evil from the
system.
As well expect life without air as health
without pare blood.   Cleanse the blood with
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NEW SCHEDULE!
TN FUTURE THE STEAMER
 WILL   LEAVE
Pi
EVERY   8UNDAV
At 1 p. in. Loavo Neat tie same date at
mlilnlght; leavo Port Townsend Mondnv
mornlng nt h o'clock" arriving at New
Went ml lister on Tuesday ai nbout noun.
Returning,leave
New Westminster g Tacoma
Vlii lhe HmiilH,
EVERY  WEDNE8DAY
0. E. CI.ANCKY, Agent.
NORMAN'S
Electric Belt Institution,
Established I8M.
4 Queen street Bust, Toronto, Ontario.
Theso Electr-o-Ctimtlvo Bolts, Insoles
nnd Trusses nro ftnprrlar lo any other
Remedy known toman for tho Immediate Keller nnd Permanent Cure of ailments arising from Indiscretion, abuse nr
accident, nlitl nil disomies of the blood and
nnrvcs,suoh us
Nervous Debility.
t'i-UHllpnllon,
tti'Ultal Weakiiri-tt,
Liver Complaint
Womb Troubles.
Lumbago,
rever A Ague,
Khraraatium,
Dysentery*
Diarrhoea.
raralyxls.
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Indigestion.
tUeepIessiicsN,
NraralRla,
Kidney Disease,
Impntrnry.
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iolne has little or no control. They have
been many years before the people of
Canada, and aro more used than overt
whioh speaks better for them than nny
private testimonial. Consultation and
circulars with testimonials free.
tnlilWim
A. NMMAN, M. E.
Phovincial SRciim-mtv-s oi-m-K,
22ml July, 1881.
HIS HONOUlt tho Lieutenant-Governor tins been pleased to iippnlnt A. W.
VOWXl.Ii, Esq., to bo a (,'ourt of Revision
Henry 8chra>ilcr, Esq.
' SOU
Phovincial Skchetary's Okfick.
21st July, 1881.
HIS HONOUR tho Lieutonnnl-fiovorn-
or has boon pleased to appoint AeitR-
sonGospordIhvine, William Macau*
ley Heroiihbr. and Samuel B. Steele,
Ksi|iiires, t'niniiiissiimers of polico within tlio Province of British Oolumbia, to
be Justices of the Pence for tho said Province, Wtl
Phovincial Hechetary's Office,
21st July, 1884.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thiitthfl
]_\ Order, published In tho British Columblu Gazette of Uth March last, directing that Section tl of tho "Mineral Act,
1881." shall not have effect In tho Electoral
Districts of Cassiar, Kootonay, and Carl-
boo, has been rescinded, so far as It relates
to the Electornl District of Cariboo.
By Commnnd.
JNO. ROBSON,
Jlyatail Provincial Secretary.
NOTICE,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint tho
undersigned will sell hy Public Auction, at the Government Land Offlee, New
WeshnhisdT, nt 12o'clock, noon, on Tuesday, the 26th tlay of August next, at tha
Upset price of S&r-O por acre, that piece of
Land Known and desoribed on the official
map of tlie District of New Westminster
as tno South-west fractional >A of Section
85, Township No. li; tho purchaser to pay
for presont Improvements thereon.
G WARWICK,
Gov't Agent.
New Westminster, B. C, „ .
July 21th, MM. JlyMW
PUBLIC NOTICE.
KOOTENAY DISTRICT,
§EPARATE SEALED TENDERS, prop*
i erly endorsed, will be received by tho
onourable Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works up to noon of Saturday, 30th
August next, for the right of maintaining
and operating a Kerry nt any or oath or
tho following places, for a term of five
years, viz;—
Ist.   On the Columbia River, about 80
miles below Kicking Horse, at the
point where the Canaillan Pacific
Railway crosses said river.
2nd, On   the Oolumbia  River, nt the
point where the Canadian Pacific
Hullw
Eaglo
3rd. On the Columbia River, ato point
known as   Johnslon's   Landing,
about   30   miles   above Kicking
Horse,
llli. On the Columbia River, opposite
the Spallumcheen Rlver,andabuut
211 miles above Johnston's Land-
tug.
iith. On the Kicking Horso Crook.nt a
point whoro the frail crosses, nbout
% a mile above tlie mouth of said
Crook.
Uth. On the Kootenay River, at n point
known ns tho Upper Crossing.
The lorry right to extend five milos
nbovo and five miles below tho respective
points indicated.
■   Any party to whom n charter may bn
awarded shall   provide and maintain a
substantial ferry-boat, and proper appliances for working the same, a description
of which must be given wit It bin tender.
Ti-mU"-. ......ii ■■■..-lj ii,,. rate of toll uro-
poscd to be collected for—
Each Passenger,
"     Team with wugon nnd driver,
"      Huddle Horse nnd rider,
" -   Iiooso Horse or Mule,
"     Head of Cattlo,
"     Sheen, Swine, Ac,
"     Hundred   pounds   weight of
freight. '
Tenders must also state the ninninil of
the annua) rental to be paid lothe("-.v-
ermiiiMit. for tlio privilege; nnd Willi each
tender must be submitted (lie names of
two responsible parties willing to-signa
Bund for llio sum of $300 as security Tor the
faithful currying out of the contract.
All officers of the Provincial Govornmont with their tinlinals and frclghl to
pass free,
W. S. GORE,
Surveyor-general.
Lands and Works Department, Victoria,
B. Cloth Jnly, 1881. JlyWtd
asroTicE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that I havo made
appl tent Inn lo the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, at Victoria, to
purchase 820 acres of pasture land, situate
near the upper Nicola river, and the
Junction of 0. M- Beck's creek nud adjoins land sought lo bo purchased by C.
M. Beak on May 28th, 1HK4.
The land 1 want commences at Beak's
South West corner stake, from thenee due
East 80 chains lo slake marked "(J rt-uv ■■-.,"
thence due North III chains to slake
marked "Greaves," thenee duo West no
chains tostnke marked "Greaves." I hence
South V) chains to starting point—con-
t ul ii Ing 320 acros.
J. B. GREAVES.
Douglas Lako, June SOth, 1884.      JiyJOm'J
ISTOTIOB
IS HEREBY GIVEN that I have made
application to the chief Commissioner
of Lunds nmi Works, B. C, to purchase
010 acres of pasture land situate in Nicola-
Kamloops Dial,
Said land lies about 5 milesB. E. from
Chapporon Lako and extends in nn easterly direction from stake No. Ito stnko
No. 2, UN) chnins: thence South OOchalns
to stnko No. 8; theuce West 100 chnins to
stake No. I; and North OOchalns to starting point.
The land is bounded ou the west by
easterly line of L. Gulchon's purchased
land, on east by small creek, on South hv
Upper Nicola river, and north by Crown
lands.
C. M. BEAK.
Douglas Hake, Upper Nicola,
Jlllie Uth, 1884. Jlytonis
General Groceries,
Provisions,
Dry Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware,
Crockery,
Tinware,
-AND-
GENERAL DEALER,
LWB'S LANDING, y,
(lyfflyi)
Private Board.
BOARD.-AND LODOINO WANTED In
a private house convenient to tho
business part of the city.  Best references.
Apply nt THIS OFFICE.
 (Jlymic*
Union Temperance Hotel,
CENTKEVIME, MHLUWIUCk.
Board and Lodging.     Horses for Hire,
THOS. BARTLETT,
np30-tc Pproprletor.
Note Lost!
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENTHAT
a certain note dated December, 1681,
given by It. W. Denne to William Turn*
hull, for iloO.OO, bus been lost,and nll parties are cautioned ngnlnst dealing in any
Dated 3rd July, 1881.
UOTIOE,
In the Gooda of LEM LOCK, deceased
intestate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED.to the Inte
Lem Look nro hereby required to
nay the amount-- of said indebtedness to
Iho undersigned forthwith. And all per-
sniis having claims against sho estate of
said Lem Lock In list send In sueh claims
provedt[on or before tho 20th August, 1881.
Dated 17th July, 488L
E. A. JENNS,
JlylOml Administrator.
NOTICE,
J» the Goods of ihe late WILLIAM
CLARKE, deceased intestate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to the lata
■ William Clarke are hereby required
to pay the amounts of said Indebtedness
to tho undorsigned forthwith. And all
persons having claims against the estale
of said William Clarke must send In snob
claims proved, ou or before the 20th August, 1884.
Dated 17th July, 1881.
E. A. JENNS,
JlylOml Administrator.
W. M. JONES,
niiOa-cs-EiB, <scc.
MUD BAY.B.C.
PREPAUED TO FURNISH nil kinds
of
Cedar Posts, Slats, Shakes,
Ami anything In the cetlnr line,
Jtk.* MSm-mm-mm* 'WPmSXtlSmm
         (Jyl'tc)	
JUST   RECEIVED
 A Consignment of	
San Juan lime!
From tlio "EUREKA CO.," which we
offer at the
LOWEST MARKET I'RICE
HOMER & SON.
—.DKM-Bns ix—*—
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
Fancy Goods, &c,
YALE,  b.  o.
A LARUE .STOCK   ALWAYS  OM
hand,  floods not hi stock will be
ordered promptly.
Svwtpapers   and   Magailuci   Blip.
plied from all parts of the world.
jaliitel     A.O.JOHNSTON, Manager;,
-THE CELEBRATED-
Acknowledged by all Musicians to have
NO SUPERIOR
In Canada.
_£ OP THESE  ^
FINE INSTRUMENTS
Just Received from the Factory, and
now on exhibition.
We offer these tirat-olass Organs at extremely low prices for cash. Call and
see them.
T.R. Pearson AcOcy
New Westminster, Sole Agents for Bti-
-    tish Columbia. i
AUCTION SALE
—OK—
GROGKERYWARE.
Dry Goods & Groceries!
TIIK UNUER8I0NBD will toll hy Fur*
lie Auction, tn W. J. Armstrong's
NEW STOBE, opposite Trapp Bra.., Columbia Street, New Westml niter, on
Wednesday, thB 30th July,
A consignment of Ton Crates of the beet
White (Iranito Ware, direct from Geo.
Jones & Bon, BtAffordshtre, England; alt
nf which nre assorted, and consist of Cups
nnd Rancors, Drcakfnst, Dinner, and Houp
Flntos, Dishes of nll kinds, Bakers, Covered Dishes ntid Bed Room Rota, Aim-a
largo quantity nf Dry Ooods, Coal Oil,
Axle OreaHc, Olive Oil, Boston Baked
Beans, Canned Cod Fish nnd Mackerel,
Concentrated Lye, Washing Powder,
Nnvoii Houp, Vinegar, Pickles, Flour I*atln,
Itolllng Pins, Tobacco, Cigars.
ALSO-1 Qnlo Horse Hnko, 1 Keeper
and Slower, 1 Cultivator, 1 Johnson Reap*
er, 1 Buok Board and aet now double Har*
ness, 1 BAY COLT, i years old, broken to
middle nnd double harness and warranted
sound; also, several Sewing Machines mid
seven dos. Steel Spades.
Sale to take place at 10 a. in. Terms
Cash.
,    T. 7, TMJA-Wr,
JlylOtd Auctioneer.
1TOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tbat my
wife, E. A. Deane, holds my power
or attorney during my absence,'fo&the
collecting .of rents, interest, and the sell
ing of property, ftc.
jyiato
R. W. DEANE.
LSHER
SEMES
smiracES
THE Subscribers have on
hand a large stock of
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Shakes, Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Turned Work,
&c, &c, which they are now
selling cheap tor cash,    i .,
BRICKS AND LIME,
A job lot now on hand, and will
be sold cheap.
ALSO, a quantity of Second
Class RUSTIC, FLOORING, &c.,'which will be sold at
bargains, as they wish to clear
up their yard.
CONTRACTORSand
others who intend building will find it to their advantage to call before purchasing
elsewhere.
ALL goods furnished during
the month are to be paid
for on or before the 15th ofthe
following month (unless where
there is a special contract), as
wc intend to sell cheap and keep
short accounts.
ROYAL CITY PLYING HILLS CO.
—'■—-i<lMJ-i:r.u,	
NEW WESTMINSTER.
	
Port My!
To Capitalists, Investors,
Speculators, Land
Agents, Ac.
THE   UNDERSIGNED
is authorized to offer for
sale in shares,
Lot 104, Group I.,
Port Moody, containing 130
acres, more or less. This property is centrally situated, about
)i of a mile from the Harbor
Front, at either the Machine
Shop Reserve, the Railway
Wharf, or the end of the > North
Road. It'is nearly level'land,
easily cleared. The North Road
runs along one side of it, and
the Clarke Road close to the
other side.' The adjoining property is held at from $600 per
acre up.
PRICE $300 PER ACRE
In shares of not less than 5 acres.
For Terms of Payment and
other particulars apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT.
Columbia St., New Westminster
<i*M«>
C.P.N. GO. (LIMITED)
NO   CHANGE
 IN THE	
UP-EIVER SERVICE..
OTEAMEKS WILL CONTINUE to leave
O New Westminster for Hope (calling
at at] way ports) an usual, every WEDNESDAY and SATUItDAY morning, at S
o'clock.
JNO. IRVING,         THOS. L. URIGG8.
Manager.                           Agent.
     tjyl2te)	
HAVING ESTABLISHED
immediate connection with
paper manufacturers, we are
prepared to furnish the various
grades of paper, put up in quarter-ream packages and upwards,
at much cheaper rates than formerly. A test lot will prove
this fact. Our stock also of
miscellaneous books, with the
usual lines of goods associated
with book stores ami stationers,
Is always kept complete.
T. N. HlBBEN & CO.,
mySl-to Gov't St., Victoria.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED AT
ii Wt0i.su
COLUMBIA STREET
(Centrally located for convenience of
Udle> ordering), a Market to supply the
P»bHo f ith .11 kind, of Fresh, Salt ami
bwM
ttito, flame,
Vegetables, Fruit,
 AND	
ftenerai FarmProtiucB, Ac,
Where there will always be found a good
-'ipply on hand.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE OP
CHARGE to private bouses and hotels,
upon orders being left at tho office.
We respectfully-solicit the patronage
of the Public.
<f Remember the stand—TWO Doom
below Trapp Bros.
WINDSOR k NELSON,
Managers at Market.
JAMBS TAPFANDOLE,
jlyfltc Mknager Fishing.
NOTICE.
ON AND AFTER THIS 1'ATE THE
Express for Yale ana above will close
at 12 m. on Mondays, Wednesdays ami
Fridays, For Victoria, Mondays, Wed-
nesdpysnnd Fridays at6p.m.
F. HOMER,
Je2I-tc • Agt. B.C. Ex. Co.
aro-rxoE.
WE HEREBY GIVE NOTIOE THAT
we Intend making application to
tne Chief Commissioner of Lands and*
Works for permission to purchase five un*
surveyed Islands In Frasor River, lying to
t tie south of lot 458, group I. and containing IW ncres, more or less.
HENRY A. HICKS.
JAMES MORAN.
June 17th, 1884. Je21-2m
Land Registry ordinance, 1870
Lota Nos. 760 and 702, Port Hammond, being Subdivisions of Lot No. 276, Group
I, New Westminster District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of James Orr to the above
mentioned Lots, bearing date the 8th day
of May, 1882, has boen lout and application
bus been mnde for a duplicate of such
Certificate, Notico Is therefore hereby
given, that such duplicate will bo issued
unless cause be shown to the contrary, In
writing, within ono month from I lie date
hereof.
CHAS. JAS. LEGGATT,
Acting ReglHtrar-C 'eneml.
Land Registry Ofiiee, S7tb June, 1884.   [ml
LOOKOUT!
For this Space. It
belongs to
WILLIAM MCLEAN,
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, Port Moody, B. C.
      jaie-tc
ST. MARYS CARRIAGE
MANUFACTURING COMPANY
(iNTOltrOllATED.)
Capital,  848,000.
A Division of surplus Block will   take
place on
OOTOBBR aa,iss4
SUBSCRIBE NOW.
SHAKKH Tor 8ALK %i EACH.
This Is tho best Investment in the country. Send for prospectus und full particulars to
JAR. THOMPSON,      H. A. L. WHITE,
President. Seo'y-Trens..
St. Maryls, Ont.   .
AGENTS WANTED,
 (Jy
yflml]
THE UNDERSIGNED
take this opportunity of
thanking the Ladies for their
past favors, and beg to inform
them that their
Department will be continued
as heretofore, under the able
management of MISS FRITZ-
HENRY, and hope for a continuation of their patronage.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.,
London House.
<iiy«o)
Confederation Life
"   ASSOCIATION.
IISSIUlH I .plt.l #I,MMM
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A-home"company,
This Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
Th. Hecurlty offered to policy holder. I.
iinsiirpiwHd by any Company doing bu.l-
lthMno.oheme.of Insurance, but the
walftistaullihed lines, belief the policy
holder, cannot bo misled n. to then-eon-
"it. s'tatemoiit. to th. publio can b. re.d-
Ily understood, It. ca.li statement show-
In. every Item of Incoino and how expen-
%' position l.OMertalned annually from
a detailed valuation In which overy Hem
of liability I. Included.
Its progress ba. been unex.mpled In
tho hfilory of Insuranoe In Canada.
Its uollcles are Indisputable after throe
yearMnd non-forteltablo after two years'
CXIU profits are distributed upon an equitable Tiosll. Th. prollt. to one ouu» of
Ellcy holders are not lessened to give
ger profit, to any other class, which
■seThoif afford, .uperlor advantage, over
Ih. uniform bonus plan of distribution.
IBml)..''!'... a. I* InMannl
tnnl.
1. K. MnoDONAI.D,
Managing Director,
T. L PEARSON & 00.
Aetmit, New Westminster,
je7-2mO'HHernat*-.
Westcott House!
PORT HAMMOND, B.H
Mrs. W. S. Westcott,
PROPRIETRESS.
MR8. WESTCOTT begs to announce to
"tlio travelling |mbile tliat she has
leased the hotel ut Port Hammond lately
occupied hy Mrs. Sinclair, which she has
entirely rcarrawreil and neatly furnished
new throughout, and nnmed ns nbove.
The house will be conducted strictly as »
llwt-class country hotel, whore travellers -
may at all times depend upon finding
best accommodation and polite attendance at reasonable prices. Jy9m.'I
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
DRY GOODS.
HARDWARE.
BOOTS & SHOES and
GENERAL DEALER,
Port Haney, B. C.
M
R. DOCKSTKADER also conducts
in connection with hit Store, a
Boarding House!
AND    RESTAURANT,
Where travellers can alwaya be accommodated with comfortable, clean lodgings and meals cooked lu the very best
style and consisting of every delicacy tlie
market affords in its season, at moderate
prices. ji28m3
Latest Arrivals!
IS 3R S.
EMMA GttlDS
Just Received.   EX   STR. IDAHO, »
magnificent stoek of
Latest Style Sloes!
From one ol the bnt manufactories in
the world, These .hoe. embrace all tho
finer lines, and are of a stylo and quality
NEVER   BEFORE   8EEN
In thi. Province. Call and cumins for
yourselves.
From 70 cent, to $3.60 per yard.
The Largest Stock of
Gentlemen's Hats*
The best styles, and tha best value, in
the city. Je38te ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient Advertisements,—Firat insertion, Sets, per line; subsequent insertions,
2 cts. per tine.
Regular Oommeralul uud Business Advertisement**.—1 column, (12 per month;
J-icol., 97 por month; #col., f*l per month;
SMnelies, 12 per month; 1 inch, 81.r*0 per
mouth. Tliese rate-* to lie charged on
standing advertisements wlilcli remain
over 3 months. If for a less period the
rates will he: 1 col., J1.1 per month; y_ col.,
19; J. col., Str, 2 Inches, Stt; 1 Inch, 82.
Hpeciuls, among reading matter.—First
Insertion, )U cts. perllne; mii-si-queni insertions, acts, perllne.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, 31 each,
Funeral notices accompanying death notice, Wets, extra.
fiW All transient advertisements will be
measured by a scale of solid Nonjiariol,
whieh makes 12 lines to the Inch and 7
words to the line. Display lines must ho
allowed for in making estimates. No advertisement Inserlitt for less timn 81.00.
Iht grtttoh (ffotombiiw.
Mtttnlajr Horning,  Jnly tt, 1884.
The Btr. Irving arrived from up-
country yeBterday at 11:30.
It is again announced that Mr. Van
Home u on liis way to this province,
Rev. E. Kobson imd family left for
Nanaimo yesterday morning on tho
sir. Dunsmuir.
The police court this week hns panned out miserably, there being uo coses
worth reporting.
The sir. Dunsmuir arrived from Nanaimo on Thursday afternoon and left
again yesterday morning.
Hon, Jno. Robson came up from
Victoria yesterday afternoon, und goes
up to Chilliwhack this morning.    ,
Attention is called to the announcements of Lorno College and Columbia
College which appear it: this issuo,
Mr. David Wilson, B. A., who 1ms
been appointed principal of the public
school in tliis city, arrived yesterday.
It will be Been from an advertisement elsewhere that tenders are asked
for the new Reformed Episcopal
church,
The str. Amelia was detained several
hours at Maple Ridge Inst Thursday
morning by a thick fog which filled
the river.
The congregation of St. Andrew's
church were greatly disappointed because Rev. Mr. McKay did not arrive
yesterday.
Among thu freight brought by the
Btr. Idaho yesterday were two new
planers from Ontario for the Dominion
Sawmill Co.
Rev. Mr, Bryant arrived from Na*
naimo by the Btr. Dunsmuir Thursday
afternoon and goes up to Chilliwhack
this morning.
The Old Testament Revision Committee has finished its labors. Twelve
of its twenty-seven members died during the revision.
Capt. Pittendrigh reports that as
high as 140 fish to tho boat were taken
on Thunday night. Tho fish were of
very fine quality.
Mr. Thos. Shannon, of Port Moody,
lias been appointed by the government
ns overseer of the Port Moody road
beyond the junction.
The scarcity of house accommodation in this city still continues. Houses
are going up, but tho demand is quite
in excess of the supply.
We were shown a stalk of timothy
the other day with a head 18 inches
, long. It came from Ladner's Landing
which is noted for agricultural productiveness.
During tho last few days tho weather
has been unusually warm for British
Columbia. Farmers have had a fine
opportunity to secure their hay in good
condition.
Tho run of salmon continues very
uncertain. Sumo days tho catch is
-good, nud ut other times the tish are
very scarce. Thu pack this season will
1» very small.
By aomo means the imme of Miss
Anna 0. Dallas did not appear among
those who received temporary certificates at the late teacher's examination.
It should have so appeared.
Rev. Coverdale Watson arrived
from Victoria yesterday, and will occupy the Methodist pulpit to-morrow
morning and evening. He will also
preach at Port Moody in the alter*
noon.
We have to thank a correspondent
at Sumas for a very full account of the
Dominion Day celebration which was
received yesterday. Unfortunately it
is nearly a month late, and would
scarcely be news now.
For some timo there have been so
many visitors coming to Victoria that
tha hotel accommodation bus been
found entirely insufficient, and many
havo been forced to find private lodging or remain on the steamers.
The deliverance by the Masonic
Grand Lodge, that it is not desirable
that spirituous liquors should be placed
on the refreshment tables of private
lodges is an important recognition of
the growing temperance sentiment bf
 '    —■■—*■——m
The By-Law. — At an adjourned
meeting of the oity council held on.
Tuesday night the real estate sale bylaw was amended and completed, Tbe
clause requiring the eity barrister to
prepare alt conveyances was expunged,
and the bylaw appropriates the proceeds of sale to railway, water works,
and sewerage. The vote will be taken
on the Sth August.
 ■ •*>—   —-
Chilliwhack Rifle Co.—A correspondent nt Chilliwhack says the members of thu proposed rifle company
paraded last Saturday evening, when
the communication received from Col,
Holmes, D.A.G., was read. The com
puny afterwards marched to the Royal
Hotel where they partook of an oyster
supper kindly furnished by the proprietor, Mrs. Harper. After supper
the members signed tlie service roll.
. ♦—	
Blue Ribbon.—At the entertainment last Wednesday night the audience was small. There was a small
program nio too, but it was good, and
consisted of the following numbers:
Two choruses by tho choir; solo by
Mr. H. L. DeBeck; readings by
Messrs. W.F. Archibald, D.B. Calbick
aud Goo. Grant; and two trios by Prof.
Franeis, Mr. Daroy and Miss DeBeck,
on the violin, cornet/ aiid piano. The
second trio was loudly encored.
The New Ohukch. —Plausand specifications for the new Reformed Episcopal Church iu thia city -hayo' been received. The building is to be 00 feet
long by 30 wide, with chauoel 10 feet.
It will he 53 feet high from ground to
roof on Royal Avenue und St. John's
street. Thero will be a basement the
ontiro length of the building for Sabbath school, &a It is to be built in
the old English stylo, aud will seat
nbout 200 persons. The church will
present a very handsome appearance.
the mow
thesfb.
The Gmrdian on Wednesday pub*
liahed a moat extraordinary statement
' about the city gaol, and the surgeon
(Dr. Trew) asserts that the only speck
of truth in the statement is that the
nol ia overcrowded. The rest is absolute bosh.
The high license law which has been
In operation in Missouri the past year
has decreased the number of dram
shops by 1,245 and added $100,000 to
the State revenue. It ia alio stated
ihat the effect upon the drinking habits
of Iho people has been good.
Huang Sic Chen, a Chinese tyhee,
is paying a visit to Victoria with the
object, it is aaid, of establishing a
Chinese consular agency there. In an
interview with • Colonist reporter Chen
said he waa delighted with Victoria,
and ao were all tha celestials.
The st. Idaho arrived from Tacoma
early yesterday morning with three
passengers and 80 toni of freight. An
■advertisement will be found in another
<column from which it will be seen that
thia steamer will now make regular
trips aa stated in The Columbian last
-week.
A lady Writes: "I have used Ayer's
'Sarsaparilla In ray family for many years,
•and could not keep house without it.
For the relief of the pains consequent
upon female weaknesses and irregularities, I consider it without an equal."
Piano Tuning. •- Prof. Francis is
now in this city, and will remain for a
few days. Any orders for tuning or
repairing pianos or organs, if left ot
T. R. Pearson & Co.'b, will be promptly attended to.
iMMMffii Rhubakb.— Throe stalks
of rhubarb, with leaves attached, have
been left at thfo office by R. ]). Parker, tho Oak Lake farmer. Thoy were
(rem plants set out Inst spring. Thb
•talks ore lix inches in circumference,
the leaves four feet noross. leaf and
•talk fire feot high, and the three
weighed 12 pounds. -Seattle Pott,
The Mormon Question.--Two of
Brigham Young's daughters are married to the same husband. As au illustration of how complicated relationships may become under the Mormon
dispensation, it is notable that the
husband of these two sisters is the
brother-in-law of both, and uncle u
well ns father of their children, while
the children are also his nephews and
jieices, and brothers, sisters and cousins to each other. There are a good
many perplexities attending the Mormon question,
A Serious Wm.-Within a few
weeks tha high school will be opened In
this oity. It is believed that Aevenl
pupils whose homes are outside the
city would gladly attend if they oould
find suitable places whore board and
lodging might be obtained at reasonable rates. The want of such a place,
where parents oould safely send their
children without the risk of having
them surrounded by evil influences
may to aome oxtont curtail the useful*
ness and succosb of the school. We
hupu this matter will engage the serious attention of the trustoes, and that
the want we have pointed out may be
supplied.
 «	
Tub Circus Gone.—That portion of
the Colo circus which wont over to
British Columbia returned yeBterday
morning, after giving exhibitions in
Victoria, Nanaimo, New Westminster
and Port Townsend. They camo as
they front, on the steamers Olympian
and Emma Hayward, and from here
they .went as thoy came, on the cars of
tho Northern Pacific, from the depot
of the Puget Sound Shore Line, in tho
southern part of the city.' Many hundreds of persona visited the dock and
the depot for the purpose uf seeing the
landing and thn loading, and later the
departure of the trains. Prior to the
coming of the Colo circus we were told
by its forerunners that their show did
not du as other circuses hod done before—announce that the whole show
had come, when really only a pnrt
came— but that wherever the tents
were cast, uo matter how small the
town, there appeared the entire company. We do not know how the Cole
peoplo did before coming to Seattle,
but we have a very positive knowledge
of their doings here. At least one*
third the bulk of their outfit did not
go to the northern ports, but remained
here. The dromedaries were left here,
tho four whito ponies aud chariot, tho
clown's red cart, n cage of lions, the
steam calliopes, a great many horses,
wagons, men and other paraphernalia.
What was loft hero was more than
could possibly be got upon a third
steamer—the North Pacific, for instance. A small part of the show was
a good deal bigger thnn auy other circus that ever visited this region, and
it was not at aU necessary 4o lie about
it to draw vast crowds. Tbe whole
show required forty-two can, and it
left about 11 o'clock in the forenoon
in two trains for Kalama. - -Seattle
Pott.
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■ The Weak Place.—One weak point
in the Chineso Restriction Act ia plain
ly apparent in the result of a recent
capture of whites and Chinese by Iu
specter Piatt of Port Townsend. Two
Chinamen at Victoria, assisted by two
white men, abducted three Chinese
women, and endeavored to smuggle
them into tho United States by crossing the Straits of. Fuca j \\\ a sail boat.
They were discovered. olid arrested
when about a mile from the American
shore. Being taken to Port Townsend
the whito men were examined before
tho United States Commissioner, nnd
held to answer before the District
Court at ita next term, in bail of 11000
each, and in default thereof committed
to jail. This is right, They deserve
punishment, and will doubtless get
their deserts. The two Chinamen,
equally guilty of the same ollense, were
found "to be illegally within the United
States," and were placed in custody of
Collector Bash to be returned to Viotoria. They had a freo ride home, and
are doubtless ready to repeat their nefarious attempt at tbo first opportunity.
The law prescribes no punishment for
thein, Tho only thing thnt tho Customs authorities can do is to set thom
back into British territory, This is
evidently wrong. These violaton of a
law of thu United States ahould be
punished, not returned to repeat their
ofleuse, whioh, of course, they will do
every time a good chance occurs. Th«y
should be fined or imprisoned, or butt,
heavily enough to make it a risky smm
of business to attempt entrant* Into
this country.. We have itutttfctmd
the amended law passed a* the neMl
session of Congress, but if It downs
cover this point by providing sunk
penalties it will not meet the cow. To
prohibit without affixing a ponalty for
violation of the inhibition is farcical.—
Seattle Pott.
AtMmpteo Escap""..— Oh Wednesday, while the chaining were at work
on the square one of the convicts named Peter Buckley, serving 10 months
for theft at Langley, made a bolt for
liberty. Mr. Monck, one of the
guards, went in pursuit and chased ihe
man into the bush beyond Montreal
st. The convict refused to stop, and
-the guard fired at him twice with his
shot gun and once with a revolver before be halted. Tlie shot had tho desired effect, although it did* no serious
damage, and. the fellow was brought
back to gaol. Buckley >■> «* *"*<i *"*.
and is believed to be capable of almost
any outrage.
Resigned.— We have just loomed
that Mr. Irwin, on account of failing
health, haa resigned the school at Sumas. We are vory sorry to lose him;
but sincerely hope a chango will hnve
its desired effect. We have visited the
achool at different times and were
pleased to note hiB mode of teaching
and taot in governing. We are nlso
much pleased with the advancement
the children have mode during the past
year. Mr. Irwin will not only be
missed in the day school, but his loss
will be felt in the Sabbath school,
where he was a faithful worker and
ever found at bia post. We hope Mr.
Irwin Will,meet with kind friends
wherever his lot may be cast and his
labors be crowned with success.— Communicated.
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Reformed Episcopal Church.—The
Rev, G. B. Allen, who has officiated
for the Reformed Episcopal congregation -in this city.during the past two
months, has formally accepted the rectorship of St. Paul a Church, and will
deliver his pastoral addresses on next
Sunday at the morning and evening
services. Among the resolutions passed
by the vestry of Grace Church, Peta-
luraa, Cal., when ihe Rev. Mr. Allen's
resignation was accepted, are tho following: "That we accept the resignation which savors our relations us rector and vosioj nen with feelings of regret and sadnesa." "That in parting
our best wishes will attend him and we
recommend him to my other Reformed
Episcopal Church as an earnest worker
and worthy of the highest esteem."
Choice Building Sites for sal*), Subdivision of Lots 1 and 2, liloek VI., sub.
urban, Now Westminster. Terms easy,
—Woods A Turner. jettml
From lhe North Arm.
From Our Special Correspondent,
Ko*m Ami, July 24,-Lulu and Sea
Islands, which together compose the
delta proper of ths Fraser, constitute
tH municipality of Richmond, which,
together With the narrow ship of alluvial fiat along the north bank of the
river on the mainland opposite Sea
Island, goes by the general name of
"North Arm." Both islands are perfectly level alluvial fiats, but little
broken by natural water-courses except
here and thero along the margin. Lulu
Island comprehends an area of about
29,000 and Sea Island about 3,500 acres.
More than half of the area of the for*
raer is waste laud; the entire area of the
latter is cultivable. The eut half of
Lulu Island, and extending westward
through the centre and along the south
side for about two-thirds its length, is
one great open manh—in some places a
veritable quagmire—covered with cranberry, blueberry and blackberry bush,
and skirted all round along the river by
a belt of miscellaneous bush composed
principally of alder and willows, with
occasional patches and streak* of scrub
cedar and fir. Tha west half Is
surrounded by a dvKr
ami traversed iu about the middle from
arm to arm of the river by a deep, wide
ditch, the excavated earth from which
has been levelled and graded into a highway and serves as a trunk road for the
settlement. The soil of the island Ib
exactly similar to that of the neighboring peninsula on the south side of the
river, being a rich black porous vegetable loam, except near the bank of the
river and lu the neighborhood of ult
water, where the soil in more of a clay
loam. The surfaos of all the alluvial
flats at the mouth of ths Fraser is below high wator mark, and the land must
be thoroughly dyked, ditched aud
drained beforo agriculture con be pursued with success. Most of the land of
the island consists of open prairie except
where under tillage, and towards the
west and bordering on the gulf, where a
dense, narrow strip of crab-anple bush
extends across the island. The whole
island is owned or pre-empted, aud, as
Is the cose in the neighboring municipality of the Delta, a huge proportion of
the land is in the hands of a few speculators, Only about 1500 acres is ao far
under tillage, and this on the outskirts
of the island along the banks of both
arms of the river. The largest and
most developed farms extend along the
north arm, and here the Improvements
an suoh as to give the landscape the
appearance of a comparatively old and
settled country. The principal crops
raised ara hay. oats, barley, and potatoes, but especially hay, this year's crop
of which Is enormous. But little or no
fruit is raised on the island, and the same
may be said of cattle. Considerable
■fairy inR to oarried on, and oue enterprising settler runs a cheese-factory on
his premises. There is n fair supply of
the usual live stock appertaining to
mixed farming, but hogs and domestic
fowls are not numerous, and a sheep is
nowhere visible. Sea Island is surrounded by a dyko, and this fs the only
highway on ths Island, Tlie surface in
tlie Interior and towards the enst end is
more or less covered with bush, prin
eipally cnb - apple, alder and scrub
spruce. The west end is more open,
and
'•ONHISTM OF I'HAIHIK
except wliera under tillage, and fringing
tho gulf, where, u ou Lulu Island,
strip of crab-apple bush extends across
the island. The land on tills island is
muoh more solid and compact and the
soil more clayey than that on Lulu
Island. A little less than onu-third tlie
area of the islsnd is under tillage, and
this, as on the neighboring island, on the
outskirts, along ths river nmi the gulf.
Some of the farms are quite Ikrge and in
a higher state of cultivation thau those
on Lulu Island, nnd, consequently, tlie
avowee yield per aero of all kinds of
crops Is greater thad that on tbo neighboring island. Tne ume observations
that nave been made respecting crops
Prom Kamloops.
Mn. Wm. Fortune, who is in this
city on a visit from Tranquille Mill,
reports considerable of n boom up in
that country. Fortune's saw mill hai
more orders for lumber than it van
fill. Business is looking very brink at
Kamloops and Savona's Ferry. An
immense amount of freight is being
shipped to nnd from theso points, aim
a great many strangers are going in
there to settle. Owing to the large
amount of building now boing done ut
Kamloops, a great many carpenters
have found employment, nnd there is
still work for more who mny come.
Mr. Richard Dowdnll is building a
large hotel at (taper's un Chorry Creek,
and will do well witli it, owing to the
large immigration. Mr. Wm. Fortune
ib also building u hotol at Tranquille.
Tho railroad work so lung suspended,
ia now resumed which uIbo causes
things to become livelier. The crops
are not doing very well, and will lie
light, but the Spallumcbueii crops are
good, because of the late rains.— Victoria Timet,
An I ii famous Law.
The Woman's Journal says that
"several yean ago a citizen of Washington, who happened to be poor, married a young lady who hnd great wealth.
They had hut one child who died. Tho
husband had entire control of his wife's
property, and managed it wisely. At
his death, not long ago, it wns d incur-
ered that nearly the entire estate stood
in his name, and us there was no will
his relatives gut tho most of it. The
widow, who waa worth $200,000 or
•8300,000. when she marriod, ia now
comparatively poor, and her late husband's relatives, who had nothing, are
comparatively rich. Even the house
in whioh her father lived, aud which
was her own when she married, wont
to them under an odious nnd wicked
law which provides that a woman in
the District of Columbia has no right
of dower in property that is incumbered." If this story be true, it shows
what outrages are committed in the
name of law, and if women had been
legislators and had passed Buch a law
it would be cited as conclusive evidence
of their total incapacity to deal wisely
with the most Important interests, and
of iheir proclivity to tyranny and injustice. It is a generation since Mr.
Gladstone desoribed tho English divorce laws devised by men as infamous.
Such n law as that mentioned in the
Womatft Journal, which enables a husband, oven unconsciously, to deprive
his wife of her property and transfer
it to his relatives, ia worthy of the
same epithet. It is infamous. It
would be interesting to know what
kind of people thoy are who can enjoy
without wincing the booty which such
a law gives to them.— Harper's Weekly.
ud live stock on Lulu Island apply also
W this, except that hero leu dairying ta
carried Mi than on the mainland. Tbo
dwelling houses and fnrm buildings on
heth island* are exceptionally good. The
muaicipallty  numbers nbout W rets*
mseven, and between leave and frae
loUen about 80 permanent settlers. Of
ii 10 aiennten of farms, awl about
the half an baohelon. The town hall,
also constitute] the district's only
' and school-house, is situated on
Lelu Island. At the head of Lulu
Island, on tho mainland, an a ■mnll
Methodist church and a store. Then
an three cannorlea In the municipality,
all running this season. There is also a
good blacksmith's shop on Sea Island.
A email steamer makes doily trips botween the islands and Now Westminster, which is a great convenience to the
esttbn. J, ('. Mi'D.
Ascent of Mount Baker.
On the 20th of Inst month a pnrty
from Whatcom succeeded in making
'the ascent of Mount Baker. Mr. L.
L. Bales, who was one of tho party,
publishes a report of the exploit. After
describing the difficulties of the journey from Whatcom to the mountain,
he goes on to my: Across from Reveille
Peak to tho mam ruouutoin, a distance
of one and a half miles, we find ourselves just at the foot of a great, high
grade of loose rocks, looking like a
nigh railroad gradtj; wo climbed up
from the west side and when we gained
the summit a gnat glacier is before us,
about one and a half miles long niid
nearly one half mile wide, with countless irregular fissures tif unknown
depth and omitting hollow Bounds,
utUsed' by ita constant imperceptible
movements; course from north to
south; do not know the name of tho
stream that has its auurce iu this glacier. We saw five in all; one at the
head of middle fork;-ono at the head
of Baker river nnd three the heads of
streams not known to ns. Wo passed
on up, up a steep incline of snow at an
angle of from twonty to seventy-five
degrees; the snow was vory aoft, nnd
we would link nt every step up to lira
knees, which made it impossible to
olirah up such a steep incline. There
were three of us who tried to make the
ascent from the east side, (George D.
Crossan, V. V. Lowe and myself) and
as we had overestimated our strength,
and having no lunch with ub we Boon
became faint from hunger and fatigue,
and Mr. Crossan, not accustomed to
exposure, after making three quarters
of the distance of ascent, had to turn
back; Mr. Lowe and myself still pushed ou, aud by constantly urging eaoh
other and resting every few stops we
gained the oastern summit of Mount
Baker, it is about twenty-five feet
lower thnn the dome-shaped summit
visible from tho west, nud one hundred
and fifty yurds distant; it was possiblo
to have made the ascent, but wo were
so faint that wo did not attempt it.
Well, thero we were, after seven hours
of incessant toil, ou the summit nf
Mount Rnkcr. Awny ofl'to the northeast, south and southwest were count-,
leu buow peaks and tn the west a grand
panoramic view presonted itself to our
rapt ur* his vision.—Puget Sound in nil
its length, far winding bays, capes,
creeks and bays; Olyiiipin could bu
located, Victoria, Vancouver Island
and all the islands in the Straits of
Fucn and Gulf of Guuryiii; to the enst
Baker river, heading in a largo glacier,
line open land on its left bank yiny
down, white to the east nbout twelve
miles, w-* ■--* a beautiful lako, nbout
threo milos in diameter, with somo line
looking laud at its eastern end, we
named Grand View lake,, providing it
is unknown. Thu orator *-f Mount
Bnkur is one half mile aetott .-mil ait-*
uiil.it- in shape, witli opimiui; to tlio :
west; it ii about 1,000 toot, deep, tnul'
in filled with a \ar_e ylncitfft tlmt is tlie j
hend of tlm middle f.-rk of the NtioiV
sack river. Tlie glaciers nre cqiistnnt-
ly moving, tho, wln-lc j.roseiitjflg "
trriiiid nml inspiring view, but in our i
exhausted statu wo could not become
enthusiastic; we c-ml-! hnve mado thn
few mumming feet, but we did not
have the strength"; wo mnde the descent iu one und * half hours.
Oiommnnications.
Surrey Municipality.
Editor British Columbian,—As one
particularly interested in the develop,
ment of this municipality, I beg to direct
your attention to pages 260 and 261 of
the British Columbia Directory, 1882-83,
to the govt, pamphlet (published under
the direction of tho lion, minister of
agriculture) page 58, for a true description of this municipality; further I might
state that tho whole was reproduced in
the Columbian Inst year; now as there
is a vast difference between what is published in the foregoing,.and the letter
from your special correspondent whicli
appeared in the Columbian of Wednesday, July Iflth, I beg to request that you
will inform myself and the publio generally which of the two wo are to accept
as authentic. -1 am, sir, respectfully
yours, ke., HesryT.Thuii-t.
Clover Valley, Surrey, July 22, 1884.
[Our special correspondent, J.C.MeD.,
wus Instructed to give a fair and correct
report of the settlements he visited. Wc
have received several complaints respecting his report of Murrey, mul if he bus
mist-upivseuted the facts we are both
sorry uml disappointed. Mr. Thrift's
Question wo cannot answer troir personal
kuowlcil-ju, but it is quite possible J. C.
Mel), may have received nu unfavorable
impression of the district, although we
do not believe he would be guilty of
misrepresentation.
Not a, particle of calomel or aay other
deleterious substance enters into the
composition of Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
On the contrary, they prove of speciul
service to those who have used calomel
and othor mineral poisons us medicines,
and feel their injurious effects, fa such
cases Ayer's Pills are invaluable.
Formosa nnd China.
surrey round.-
Council met as special meeting on
Monday, July 21st, to meet Mr llm iu
regard to government appropriations
for .the several roads throughout the
municipality. Specifications for tlm
Somlahmoo road and Coast Meridian
reads were examined and approved of by
tht Council. The grant given to Hull's
Prairie wns taken up and nfter some discussion it was resolved to use the money
in extending the Hall's Prairie mad to
tha international boundary. Tho elerk
WM instructed to call for tenders for the
alwve works; tenders to be in at next
regular meeting ot council on Saturday■
Aug. 2.  Council then adjourned.
Humphrey's Honuvopathtc Specifies.-
D. S. Curtis A CU. jyl2t<*
On tho 13th itiBt., Rov. Mr Junor,
n Canadian missionary from Formosa,
China, delivered a lecture on tho subject of missions in thnt country, which
contained tunny things uf special interest to tho people of British Columbia. He aaid this island of Formosa
was rich and fertile. It had only been
in the formal possession of China since
about 250 years ngo. That at one
time it was in the posses--ion of tho
Dutch for a period of 40 years. That
during that time they sent out no less
than 35 missionaries who translated
parts of the Bible into the dialect %
some of the aboriginal races, established schools and churches all over
the island. The last vestige of thnt
work has, however, passed awny. The
island was then taken from the Dutch
by a Chinese pirate called Caxmgn,
who held it is a ruler until the Tartars,
in 1040, conquered the Chinese Empire, when bis grandson handed it
oyer to the China government. About
25 years ago the English Presbyterian
missionaries, who had n mission iu
Anioy, caiuo over nnd established one
in South Formosa, which was one of
grout success. Mr. Junor pointed out
that there wns nn old tradition among
the aborigines of Formosa whioh said
thnt a time would come a race to Formosa who would redeem the land from
the Chinese, und when the missionaries came, or rather when foreigners
eluno, the aborigines looked to them
ns this promised race. From the time
of Chiuose possession till now about
3,500,000 Chineso have gone to Formosa, and during those years iho Chineso government has offered inducements to the aborigines to become
civilized. Many hnvo so become virtually Chinese. They nro .called by
the Chinese, Pi-pohonns, or barbarians
who live iu the plains. Among these
principally have tiie Knglish missionaries worked, and with grent success.
Iu 18^1 Dr. McKay was sent out. Bu
went to the English mission and studied the lunguagu for six weeks and
then went north to TnmisuJ to take u
portion of thut field.   He was nceom-
£anied by Rev. Mr. Ritchie nud Dr.
licksoii. Thnt mission nlso gave him
tlieir best preacher, who afterwards1,
lost his life there. There were only
two English merchants engaged iu
trade there who entertained them
upon their arrival. Other than those
there were only two who spoke English: these were Chinese merchants,
one of them a Christian frum tho
Anioy church. In 1875 Dr. Fraser
was sent out to assist Dr. McKay, he
taking charge of thu hospital. In
1878 he wns compelled to return homo
with his little motherless children,
Mrs. Fruser hnving died them. Ust
yenr Kov. Mr. Jameson and his wife
wont out. lu 1878 tho speaker went
out, but returned ill from over-work
nml over-anxiety, and tho olli-cts of a
not over-henltliy climate, being left so
early after going there und so long
during epidemic years to carry on the
work alone. The work has grown
rapidly, ami has in nil China in spite
uf great dillicutties. He then described the difficulties. I. The prejudices of the wn.it ninl ilie --['|H'Hiig
prejudices of the oast mul ttio ililfi-
culty t-f our diverting iiuwulvt'fl iVoin
national prejudice* and voitil m into
true syuij'ntliy with siigh a pjimilu us
the Chinese. '-■ Tha tui thai wo
IntVe foiled ouiBeii-lt-ft-Ht ill-* jf-tii.tof
the sword upon China. '.',, The hot
tlt-W we liiiveftimid opium ul-m: Oliitm,
and the almost UuivuflWl opinion tbat
ijiioiu h grojltly Hflud i(v s. nml ihat
i'tj iorce it upon tltuin ib *-m*-i- urales*
troy tlie.ui- *■ -Tlm urtMSiit-s-t <>f tlie
obstnclen prosuintfu hy Confucianism
and tintitMtr.il w-n-ship, winch are the
uiiatmii iif OhiuvKu life and thought.
The ilitliaiUiv.- of ih<- language in
tlie use -ot (jivn such words ue those
f>.i flijfl ami oilier ibtuia. These were
all 1'i'iii'i'il nut nu*l illtiKimled liy examples, wlioti possible. In the even-
in-,' (no rev, geiitlutimn preached in St.
Andrews' Church to a very large nu-
di-juoe. HU intbjeot hero wha, "The
Actual Praoucoa of Idolatry." He
tirst explained Coiifucinuism, ancestral worship, Huddhisin nnd Tnonism.
Ho gave an interesting history of tho
introduction of Buddhism into China.
I That 500 years beforo Christ, Oonfu-
[ ci'itis had written of a "Holy one yot
Ito come," Thnt iu 01 A. I). an im-
perinl embassy wns s-*nt by lhe emperor Ut the west to bring back the new
doutritio thnt hud been heard of—
doubt Ies* the coming of Christ. That
tlint embassy when it reached India
met a great excitemetit nbout n new
goddess, and thnt supposing this to bo
tho new thing spoken of they took
buck lo China the Goddess Kunti-i-ma
uud her priests, and ilms introduced
Buddhism into China. Ho sli.iwed
the relations of theso different religions nud how they enclt fitted fields
left by thu othor. He gavo thu authorities for the correction ot tho ex-
ngguvnted statements regarding tbu
number of Buddhists—stated, by Edwin Arnold tu bo over 200,000,000—
but nfter more careful examination
found to be not more than 75,000,000
for India nnd China, nud not moro
than 25,000,000 for China alone.
Many other interesting points were
noted. Then followed a description of
the actual practices of idolatry, which
were shown to be polluting, cruel and
revolting in the extreme, Then was
brought into contrast the home life
ami affection of n Christian fumily ns
the product of Christianity, and many
other points of contrast. Reference
whs mode to the cruelty of an act
pnased iu the British Coiumbin legislature last year, aimed at preventing
n poor Chinaman from having his
hones disinterred for transport to
China to be buried with bis ancestors.
Thnt this was virtually destroying all
tho Chinaman's hopes for the future
nnd filling the lives of his relatives
with great calamities al homo. The
addresses were listened to with great
nttetition. In 1878 Rev. Mr. Junor
wns sent to Formosa, China, us Canadian missionary to that place, Formosa is au island mi the south-east
coast of China, nbout the size of England, with three nnd a half millions
if population. There nre two missionaries on the island, the English
Presbyterian iu the south and Canadian iu the north. In 1883 Rev. Mr.
Junor's health broke duwn from overwork nnd lie wns obliged to discontinue his labors in Formosa and go to
Bermuda to recuperate.
The Tiiuk Philosophy ofMedicatiuk
Is not to dose for symptoms, but to root
out disease. Northrop <t Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure,
the Groat Blood Purifier, has proved
itself equal to this task. It is a most
searching without being a violent remedy foi Constipation, BlUfousnes and
Indigestion. It is as well adapted to
the needs and physical temperaments of
delicate females as to the more robust
sex sex, and is a fine preventive of disease as well as remedy for it.
NEWS FROM AU PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Omaha, July 22,—A terrific wind and
rain storm prevailed here last night, and
extended throughout the interior of the
State. Reports from Merriwick, Ball
and Hamilton counties show much loss
of property. The roof of one of the
largest shops of the Union Pacific was
blown off. For two miles around Central
City small grain was beaten to the
ground. Hailstones fell as large as walnuts.
Sax Franokoo, July 22.—The commission of inquiry appointed by the
Canadian government are now here investigating the subject of Chinese iuimi-
([ration 1'hey wilt continue their labors
iere for two weeks, and then proceed to
Victoria, II. C, for the same purpose.
This action resulted from the introduction of a resolution into tlie Canadian
parliament interdicting Further immigration of Chinese into British Columbia,
final action on which was deferred pending the report of this commission. Crop
reports have been received by the CAron-
ine from twenty-seven points iu California, from which the estimates ef the total
wheat production is placed nt 60,000,000
bushels, against 54,000,000 bushels in
1880. Tliis is the forgest crop ever pro-
duved in any State in the Union. The
total acreage in wheat Ib given at3,3fl0,*
000. After deducting for seed and home
consumption, tlun- will lie a surplus of
r-0,000,000 bushels, or .10,000,000 centals.
LONDON, July 2,-1.—It is understood
that the Egyptian conference are unable
to agree in regard to Egypt's financial
prospects. England and France aro wide
apart. Granville is empowered to summon the conference to another meeting at
any. time.
Caiuo, July i'i.—Tlio Modir of Don-
gola telegraphs that he defeated 5,000
followers of El Mahdi near Dabbah and
captured 400 Remington rifles. The rebel
losses are heavy.
Warsaw, July 24 th. - -Inquiry into the
conspiracy to blow up the palace during
the Gears visit to Warsaw, shows the
elul in rate and far-reaching plans were
adopted by the conspirators. After murdering the Czar they intended to provoke
a rebellion in Poland and western Russia, to plunder the Jews and rich tradesmen in Warsaw, and seixe the arms iu
thu arsenal.
Ottawa, July 24.—Government is taking the utmost precautious against the
introduction of cholera.
London, July 24,—Spanish steamer
Gijon, which collided with the English
steamer Latham, had 11,3 passengers and
a crew of twenty-seven.   Twenty-three
fituuengers and twenty-two of the crew
atiiled iu Lorunna. It is believed the
Latham's crew went aboard the Gijon,
which foundered after the Latham had
gone down.
l'AHlfl, July 24,-—Ten deaths in Marseilles hist night, twenty in Toulon,
thirty-one deaths at Aries in two days.
Majority of inhabitants of that town
have fled. It is ollicially announced tliat
the cholera epidemic nt Marseilles is de*
creasing,   The health of Paris is good.
London, July 24.—Ireland won the
Elcho Shield at the riflo matches at Wimbledon to day. Th* score was: Ireland,
1,588) Scotland, l,47ii; England, 1,47*
J'aius, July 24.—At MatiMilles there
WSmslktetin deaths from cholera today.
Tin-it- were seven deaths to day at Aries.
Tin- londitiou ot Toulon is greatly improved. Eighteen fresh cases were admitted into the ItiMiital there to-day.
•St.  Mundt iet hospital, iu that city, eon-
ships arrived yesterday. Hasle is chief
of the party, which has twelve members.
They arrived in San Franoisco July 10th,
and stopped a day at Chicago, and a day
at Niagara falls. They go to Washington to-day and will sail from here Saturday.
Skattm-, W. T., July 25.—There was
a large tiro this morniug at New Tacoma;
said to have destroyed 32 business places.
No further particulars as yet.
Paris, July 25,—Isolatod cases of
cholera continue to be reported in various parts of France, some widely distant
from the infected districts. At St. Ma-
zulre, a village not far from Toulon, two
deaths occurred, one of whieh was of au
especially pathetic character. An unknown woman, who was sewed while
passing along tlie street, fell prostrate
and expired at once. A pitiable case is
reported from Marseilles. A woman of
70 years was missing for several days.
The police at last forced an entrance into
her lodging and found her body upon the
floor in such a condition that she must
have been dead some days. An examination proved tlmt she wus a victim
of cholera. The corvette Argentina recently arrived from Marseilles desired to
take on coal at Gibraltar. The English
authorities objected and threatened to
fire unlesB tfie vessel departed. Tbe
Argentina thereupon proceeded to a port
iu Portugal and began coaling; but the
inhabitants became panic stricken and
compelled the authorities to order the
immediate departure of tlie unfortunate
vessel. Where the Argentina is to find
fuel enough to return to Laplata appears
an iiisolvable problem.
Seattle, W. T., July 26.—The fire at
Tacoma this morning swept everything
clean on west side of Pacific avenue, from
7tli to 9th streets, consisting chiefly of
saloons; also Tacoma Savings Bank,
Viant's grocery, and some small establishments. The intervention of a wide street
is all that prevented much greater spread
of the flames. The Halstcad House, on
the opposite side of the street, caught
fire three times, but the flames were extinguished without any damage. Extent
of loss not yet estimated, but as it was
iu the centre of the business portion it
will be heavy.
The following Business Directory con*
talus only Ilie names at persons wbeee advertisements uppear in the Coixmbiai*.
It will be found convenient and useful to
new-comers and persons wishing ito do
business In this eity. The names are given In alphabetical order:' '
Phytic Ibmi.
Dr. Bentley McKensle
Dr. Cooper.....	
Dr.Cheadle (Dentist)..
= -- —...—..-ie Btreet
!£ £(???!£■■ v;v.t;..::v •■.-0*'"****8tr6et
A. fi. Dee Bodies, AHhabaskaville,
P. Q., writes: "Thirteen years ago I
was sensed with a severe attack of rheumatism in the head, from which I nearly
constantly suffered, until after having
used Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil for nine
days, bathing the head, kc., when I
was completely cured, and have only
used half a bottle."
Live Rear and Seal at tlie Fulton Mar-
tains IV2 cases, and only a few of then. J.* where you con oj^<*oicevegeta.
.,,.,.;,,,,„ I hies from the celebrated farms of Kirk-
4 ONNKiM-tX
I'crstr. Idaho, from Tiu-omu, julviS—
D Docksteader, D H Curtis ft Co, D Mc-
Phuden, Dom Sawmill Co, E M Worth,
V W Foster, austav Hauok, O Leiser, Oeo
Petit, Geo Wharton, Homer A Son, J B
McQueer, J M Draper, J Wise, J W Hod-
5ens, Jas Cunningham &Vo, J 8 McKay,
Rosseau, Kyle X TIKonT I. Welllcr, L
Uold, N A While, Powers Bnw. KThomiif,
HH Webb, Tel Hlg Hervlce, TR Pearson
A Co, Thoa Brlircs, Trapp Bros, WElson,
W H Kelly, W K McCourtenay.
rAMEWUEB8.
Per str. Amella.from Victoria, July 23-
Misscs Bobertson, Messn J Rounds, Dixon, Woods, B'-aiifhamp, Fletcher, Murray, several others und 4 Chinamen.
Per str. Idaho, from Tacoma, July 25-
Messrs H McDonuId, H Fruser, H Norton.
l'er str. Yosemite, from Victoria/July
SB-Mrs Fortune, Mrs Bay. Mrs Franklin,
MrsOlllman. Mrar.tlMrs Daley, Mr ami
Mrs Phase, Hon Jno Robson, Messn* Wilson, Grant, W N Hole, Fletcher, Copeiamt,
Itorrlsey, Rnbbell,Shannon, ItetzeT.aml 9
Chinese.
pr. Cheadle (Dentist) Colnmbia street
Drs. MacLeod A MacSwain..Colombia M
Dr. Mathers — -Front street
DrBcUuIre i-ClIntou
Dr. Trew .■. ....McKensle Street
Lawyers.
H W Armstrong:. Oolumbia street
Corbould * McColl ....McKensle street
Insunusec Agents.
W J Armstrong:. .....Front street
W D Ferris McKensle street
T R Pearson A Co Columbia street
C I) Rand Colombia street
Turner, Beeton A Co_ Victoria
Woods A Turner Columbia street
AwctlOMears.
WH Clarke.	
T J Trapp.	
 Vletorla
 Columbia street
Umrrtymr*.
Howse A Rlckman.
Woods A Torner.	
 .....Front slreel
...Columbia slreel
H V Edmonds....
W Hyaldlng. .:....
WD Ferris _,
Cmmvmymmvtt, Land Agents, A;
Croasdalle A Jones.  Vletorla
   Columbia street
 McKensle stnwl
- - . - - MeKenslestWet
Hughes AAJklniioo.., ......ColwgMa street
HowiieaitftWfien     \Froni street
Wm McLean Port Moodv
C D Rami... ..........Columbia street
Woods A Turner.,.,. ...Columbia street
CUmral Merchants.
D Docksteader.' ...'.v.... Port Haney .
Jas KUard A Co.. Coiumbin street
Mrs Emma Gold Columbia street
Mm M A Harper ........Chilliwhack
Kelly Bros hColumbia street
Kyle A Tllton [wholesale] Front street
C (1 Major. .Columbia Knot
Wm McColl. - Colombia stiwet
Thomus McNeely ...Laduefs Landing
F FNelson — PoitMoody
Turner, Beeton A Co (wholesale).Vtotorf*
Mrs Elisa Towle...:.......*..„'...„ Langley
Mrs Tretheway .St Mary's Mission
Hardware, tke.
E n Prior. ;..... Victoria
Carriage Warks.
Johnston A Smith .......Columbia stivel
I Lehman  Yale
Commlsalan Merchants.
 Victoria
..Front street
BIRTH.
nCRNYKAT.- ...   „
British Columbia, uui.v -*■-.-, w
of J. P. Burnyt'Ht,**, [C, of a son.
At   Ruby  Creek Station,
July 21st, the wife
OHADSEY.-At Sumas, on the Mth lust,,
the wife of Mr. Win. Chadsey, ot a
dfltiifhter. I
AUMHTHOMl-lu this eity, on theftth,
Inst., the wife of Mr. John 'Armstrong,
of Sn trey, of a son.
A. It. Noyes, Newark, Michigan,
writes: "I have enquired at the drug
stores for l>r. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil, but
have failed to find it We brought a
bottle with us from Quebec, but it is
nearly gone and we do uot want to bo
without it, as my wife is troubled with
a pain iu the shoulder, and nothing else
gives relief.   Can you send us some?"
nEFORHBP BPliCOPAL Church
XV H''v- G. D- Allen, Pastor. Services in
the Court Houw* every Sunday at liu. m.
and 7 p. in. Sunday School al loo. m.
All are Invited. Jo7-tc.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary St.
Iti-v. K. Robson, Pastor. Services at
m. ami 7 p. m. Sunday School and
Bible Clas* '_>:.-» p. m, Prayer Meeting on
Thnrsilsys ul K p. m.   Seats free; strangers
cordially Invited.
Jo7-tc.
■      I SIOBf LOPC
^A~ *  A. M.-TI
it _\\   iiiuntcfltlonn r
/ ▼ \ held on the Or*
1-V101V LODGE Ho, 9, A. P.
i—The regular Com-
._ of this Lodge are
  lirst Monday in each
montli.  Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited touttend      WM. HOWAY,
folB-ie Secretary.
niEMPERABfCM—In the W.C.T.U.
I rooms, basement of the Methodist
Uuireb, Mary st.: Blue Ribbon Club and
W. C. T. ti, musical and literary enter-
tiiliiinei.i every Wednesday eveufng from
HtoH. W, c, T. U. meets every Wednesday ufl'-i iioi-ii at 8:W; Band ot Hope every
Saturday nfl«riioon at2:SU,    Every one is
-onllally Invited. myu-ii*.
News Tor lhe Farmers.
Hay Prestos and Hay Tedder* sub-
stantinl and uhean to lie had from the
Albiou Iron Works Co. Limited, Victoria, 11. C. jymn2
MnbHsl
To I'-si-ii mortality ami stop the in-
roads nf disease, use Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable, Discovery and I)ysjW|i-
fie (Jure, Tor all diseases nrising from
impure l-loo.l.snelias Pimples, Blotches,
llltlionsncss, Indigestion, etc., etc., it
bn--* no emiill, MlS. Thomas Smith, Kim,
writes: "1 am usiii-j this medicine for
Dyspepsia. I imve triod many remedies,
bnC this is the only oue that tins done
mo any good."
Special   Despatches!
slide for any i
assuming to I
authorised H
incurIhenuk
Jl.vlMl
Nkw Vouk, July 23,-—A Washington
special says; ".Siirgcou-Uctiurai Hamilton, of the Marine hospital service, authorizes tin* statement that the importation of cholera depends on the existence
of I'tiar-intluc not only of American but
of Mexican nnd Canadian ports. The
latter country has not yet adopted the
necessary <|uarantine regulations, but
steps are being taken by our government
to make tbe miaraiitine international
with Canada and Mexico."
Wariiisiitos, July 23.—Hcports received here from Alaska show that the
action of Congress in organizing the territory has already had a wonderful effect
there. The Government wilt proltably
be organized during tbe autumn. It is
believed Major Howell will be asked to
send an exploration party to the territory to secure a better knowledge of Its
geography and resources.
Washington, July 23.—Plans for Improving tlie entrance to the Columbia
river are now preparing under she supervision of. n chief engineer of the army.
W lieu complete it is claimed by persons
competent to speak it will be one of the
grandest feats of engineering skill ou
the continent. Tho plans excite considerable comment in engineering and scientific circles.
New Yoek, July 23.—The Japanese
commission who go to England to superintend   tlie   construction of   two war [ jlyKttc
land and Steves.- Adv.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower than at any other office in
the province.-—Atft*.
Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agree
ments of Sab*, and blank forms of alt
kinds, at T. It. Pearson A Co's. "
Iloautiful photographic panoramic
views in Uritish Columbia, 7o ots. per
Bet at T. R. Pearson k Co.'a. *
Property belonging to the Ebenezer
Brown estate for sale by C. D. RAND.*
The largest drug stock on the main-
land.-D.sTCurti"4 Co. jyl2to
.Several bouse* for sale liy C. D. RAND.
NOTICE.
VWIflK   18  HGKKBY   OIVEN,  that
ll   the unMrsisned will not he t**?s|>on-
"   "jbt Incurred hy uny person
t for liiin unless speelally
writing slfttted by him to
A. ONpKRDpNK.
R.T.WILLIAMS,
BOOK BIXDKK, l'AI-KK RUI.BR.
ud Blank Book Miinuhcturar.
M.p. ud Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Hapilnn, Illnstnted Papers,
•to., neatly and cheaply Bound.
80-rrrRHeil Street, Victoria. I. ft
SECOND-HAND
PIANO
FN SALE H Tl HIT.
T. R. PRARflON * <X>,
Df-wfglits.
■••is aa*l SfcMB,
homos, Oo)uml>la street
Wilkinson ..Chilli whack
FIsar Md Fet-ftt        ,
Onstiiv Hanck. Front atreet
FHnltwr*.
J Q Bunte Colombia street
Tkllnrs.
John Walsh Columbia street
Books, atmtloaer*', A*.
T N Hibbcn * Co «.- - Vletorla
T It Peurson A Co, ...Columbia street
T It Pearson 4 Co.. _. Yule
Mntteal Inttrumeau.
J Italian —....Vletorla
CroNH' Musical Agency. Victoria
T It Pearson A Co. Columblu street
Clears.
Liquors*
K Brown A Co....
Keboe&Co	
....Columbia street
 ;,.'.. Sapperton
Hotels. jT*
-Brighton (Geo Black) .....::..Hastin(*'.
Dolt*liton (A Johnston] Granville
Farmers- Home (J Turnbull) Church nl
Occident (J Austin) .....CoIumblA slreel
Royal (Mrs M A Harper) Cbilllwhnck
HunuvKldcJ McLeod A Mclnnlsj Granville
Mrs KHsft Towle _ ...Lan-jlev
Union (T Bartlett) Chilliwhack
Mn M Harrison Chilliwhack
Wesl cott House Pott Hammond
Pish Dealers.
Windsor & Kelson Columbia street
Butchers*
Robt Dickinson	
H J Turner.	
Palntorf, Kit,
Murray A Fry ....Clarkson street
rnnti-Hclor* nnd Bnllden.
J A Calbick ~~ .Merchant Square
Logger, At.
W M Jones Mud Bay
Saw »»a Platalug Mill..
Brunette Haw Mill Nappertan
Branch lumber yard at Port Moody.
Dominion Sawmill Richard street
Branch lumber yards at Port Moody
and Victoria.
Royal City Planing Mill Richard street
Branches at Port Moody A Natialmo.
Bo*k BludlKf,
R T Williams. Victoria
Print Jn| OUci.
D Robson A Co (0)/u»iMf»i>...Xohinibla st
llulimrnnd plain hlndlne.
NOTIOE.
T HEREBY GIVK NOTICE that I In*
I tend mnkln** application to the Chief
Commfs-iloner of Lands and Works for
jiermlKslon to puschase Two unsurveyed
Islands in Fraser Kiver lying to the west
jf the westerly point of Anuacls Irflund
nnd lo the souln of Meet. 19, B. 4 N., Range
4 west.
ALEX. EWEN.
New We-ttmlnsler, July 21.IBM.      Jly2*ftn2
FOR SAU OR LEASE.
/-.*■ ACBK OF LABB, MOKE OR
\f leas, nt the Maple Ridgo public landing, t  ■— ■■     "-"'	
containing two houses. One house
ly now, contains 9 room.) the other
hex eight rooms. Will be sold together or
HcbnrHtely, ehenp for c..b, or rented to
suitable tenants.  Apply to
apao-3lu
.INO. MeKENNEY,
Maple Ridge.
Und Beidstr) Ordinance, 18».
Lot 46, Group I., Yale Divlntun of
Yale Diitrict.
tlrHEKEAS THE CERTIFICATE ot
VV Title ot Daniel Ashworth to the
above-mentioned Lot, bearing dale the
121 h dny of February, 1SH, has b*rn lost,
nn.l application ban teen mhl. for a du-
iillcnte of such certificate, Notice la there-
Ion* hereby given that suoh duplicate will
be Issued unlomi cause bo anowu tb ttt.
contrary In writing within ono month
from tho date hereof.      ■. ■-   -
CHAS. JAH. LEaGATT,
Acting Registrar General.
Land Registry Offlco, Mth July, MM.
(jlyltal)	
If jtjs ut inwlig On, «r B*M,
If just Hair Ig TMa, Brakjr, Dr*-,
Hania, erWatk)
1 If TNintrMliMirHkllMlnff,
ItcMif, tr smj Sim* «r Ob*
hm *f tkt Sedf,
Ayer'sHairVigor.
It faMls nearly .very dIMM. peculiar to
the Kelp, chMtt th. falling out of ta. lair
and prev.nt.lt from taming gny,Ma I. m
and toilot art'ola.
Dr.J.C.Aytr*Co.,Lm,l,Miit.
■old b, .111 ©nr gtorg.
TITUS AUD HIS FAULT.
Many hundred yean ago there lived
tn a distant part of the Roman Empire a good and noble man named
TitoB. Some years before hia birth
the light of the blesBed Gospel of
Jesus Christ had downed upon that
benighted land; pious men had
preached the good tidings of salvation,
and thousands had given ear to their
words aud been baptized.
Titus, who had received thia name
ih holy baptism, waa a Ohriatian, and,
together with hia family, found his
greatest happiness through faith in
God and Jesus Christ. But the heathen priests, who feared to lose thoir
power and wealth, sought to persuade
the mien of tho country to root out
the Christian religion. A cruel decree, therefore, went forth from the
king to execute all who would not
renounce their faith in Christ.
Titus waa ono of the tint on whom
the king turned his attention; he
thought if he succeeded in making
thia man, whom tho Christiana held in
auch respect, forsake Christianity, all
the other Christiana wiU soon follow
hia example. So he sent for Titus to
hia palace, and used all hiB eloquence
in trying to make him turn away from
the faith in Christ. When all hia flatteries and promises wen in vain the
king threatened to have him tortured
l<» death in the most fearful manner.
But Titua remained firm.
"I ara ready," he aaid, "toahodmy    —-.   „...,
blood and sacrifice my life for thee, O  Death  separates  ua hero only for a
"Without doubt, then," aaid the
captain, "the king will have thee crucified. It will not be so pleasant, with
Sierced hands aud feet, to hang many
ays on the cross, to endure the pain
of burning wounds and to die in
agony."
The heroic youth said, "What a joy
it is for me that I am accounted worthy
to die by tho same death as my Redeemer suffered! I Bhall endeavor to
follow his blessed example, till with
him I can say, 'It is finished.'"
"My beloved son," Baid his father,
"God will strengthen thee, that thou
mayeat endure even to the end."
With clasped hands the ton looked
silently up to heaven, quiokly embraced hia father and mother, and
with firm step walked out of tho
house, the captain following him.
Titus and his wife watched through
the night in prayer, comforted nnd encouraged eaoh other, and aa the morning dawned they expected death every
hour.   At last the captain came.
"Noble lady," hu said to Maria, "I
come to call thee to the king. Though
like thy husband thou hast not hud
compassion upon thy children, now I
entreat thee, have compassion upon
thyself. Truly do 1 grieve that thy
head Bhould fall beneath the axe, for
this iB the manner of death appointed
to thee." v
Maria took her rail and put it on
her, aud said, "Dearest husband, now
as I depart from you and go away to
die, I will not say farewell to you. I
feel aa I go into that other world only
aa if I were going, aerois the-Btreet
into another house; -indeed, only aa if
I were going into the next room
whither you   will   soon  follow  ~
&
IMPORTERS   AND    WHOLESALE
 DEALERS IN	
Provisions,
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
MMIIOMLEimffl,
Opposite the Bank, Columbia street,
New Westminster, B. C.      [my2t)-to.
New Goods
New Goods
my king; but I am still more ready
and willing to die for my Master and
my Savior. Death to us Christians is
the entrance to life eternal."
The king exclaimed, "Very well, as
yuu do not fear death, I will, find a
wore effectual means to compel you to
give up your new religion," and he
motioned him to depart.
Titus had three children. Simon,
tho eldest son, waa just sixteen years
old, Martina, ihe daughter, was fourteen, and Matthias, the youngest boy,
had not yet attained hia ninth year.
Titua and his like minded wife had
taken pains to teach these children
the Christian religion.
On tht following day, while parents
and children were jiigaged in their
family worship, ono of tho king's captains entered the room and said to
Titus, "I have an order to take away
thy youngest son; if he will not renounce hit faith this very hour he shall
be burned alive in the court-yard of
the palace."
The father was terrified, tho mother
turned pale as death. They grieved
not so much because their noble boy
was to perish in the flames, but rather
because they feared that at the sight
uf the fire he would be frightened and
deny his faith.
"0, my ohild," said the father to |
him, "think of that holy old man, j
Polycarp, oi whom I have often told
yuu; you know that when he waa required to deny Christ, or else to be
burned, ho answered, *I have now
served him eighty-aix yean, and he
haa done ine no evil; how, then, can I
blaspheme my Lord and Savior?' he
then went willingly into the fire.
Think, niy ohild, what a good Master
he must be for whom, after a service of
eighty-six years, one would suffer a
fiery death. Du with joy, as a child,
what Polycarp did ua an old man."
His mother, too, Baid through her
tears,  "Yes, my dearest child, havo
Sity upon me, nud go readily to
eath."
Then the boy exclaimed, "0, mother, do not weep. I do not care for
death. For Jeaus Christ our Lord I
will cheerfully yield up my life."
The captain said, "Cruel father! unmerciful mother! Du what the king
wishes nnd your boy iB saved. You
are yourselves giving him up to death."
The father and mother replied, "Do
you not think it is hard to be separated from the dear child?" But to the
boy they said, "Go, beloved son, (lod
be with you; the short pain will bring
to thee eternal joy."
The boy went, holding the soldier's
hand. All gazed aftor him till ho had
entered the court-yard of the royal
palace and the door was shut behind
him. The court-yard was surrounded
by a lofty wall. Many sad looks were
turned toward it.
"0 God!" exclaimed the mother;
now the smoke is rising up—now they
are burning him!"
The father thought of Abraham,
looked up to heaven and said, "To
thee, O God, mny he be acceptable aa
a burnt offering!" All fell down upon
their knees and prayed as if thoy
kneeled around an altar of sacrifice.
Morning dawn found father and
mother and their two remaining children in tears, after a sleepless night.
It was not long before the captain
again entered the room.
"I am come," he said to the parents,
"to take away your daughter. But do
not you," he aaid, as he turned to the
daughter, "be so foolish oa your brother. See, the king is ready to adorn
you with gold and pearls."
Martina replied,' 'What uso are gold
- and pearls to ine ? What shall it profit
a man if he gain tho whole world and
lose his own soul?"
"Well thenr" uid the captain, "I
cannot hide it from you; you are to be
thrown to savage wild beasts, aud by
them to be torn and devoured."
Father, mother, nnd brother, weeping and sobbing, embraced the young
martyr. But she tore herself frum
them and exclaimed, "Father, mothor,
and brother, weep no more. Rejoice
with me. I seem to soo the gates of
heaven already open. There wo shall
meet again; there we shall be with
Christ forever in bliss.
The captain led her away, aud the
soldiers who guarded the house prevented the sorrowing parents and bro*
ther from following her.
On the morning of the third day the
captain again appeared.
"I am here/he said, "to demand
your remaining son. You havo still
time to come to a better mind. Reflect
Well beforo you give him up to me.
Do yoii really wish to be robbed of all
your children ? Will you, hard-hearted
parents, through your obstinacy, deliver him up to a bloody death ? Look
at him, the strong and handsome
youth.. He is the only one of your
children left to you. He is the desire
of your eyos, the comfort of your life,
the support of your old age. Penuade
hint that in love And gratitude to you
he maw preserve his life for your benefit and submit to the royal commands.
We have the power to prepare a terrible death tor him."
The.noble, jto-^th replied, "You could
have no-poiwat all oyer rae if it were
-mirgiveu you from above; you can do
nothing against mo except what God
permit* you. And ahall I not willingly
drink the cup whioh my father in
heaven gives me ? His beloved son died
for all mankind, 0, it is sweet to
yield one's life out of love to him who
Bitt his life for us! Yet, to die for
nl"
Liquors,
little while, but it unites ub and our
children there above with Christ, with
the holy apostles, and with all good
people forevor. Why should wo sorrow at this?" She hastened out of the
room; the captain accompanied her.
Before an hour had passed the captain returned, and said, '|TitUB, the
king summons thee before him."
Tlie captain led Titus into tho royal
chamber. The king stood near a
table, upon which splendid garments
of Bilk and purple, aivei vessels, golden rases, jewels and pearls wero laid
out. Titus made obeisance to the
king, but cast upon all theso treasures
only a glance of contempt.
The king Baid, "suoh things are, I
know, nothing to thee. All thy children scorn them. But come with me;
I will show thee bettor treasures."
Titus replied, "Do not give thyself
useless trouble, O king; lead me rather to the stake, and to those blood-
besprinkled places whoro my wife and
children have suffered. I wish nothing more of this world. All the more
glorious things whioh thou cans't show
nio in thia world I esteem as nothing,"
The king said, "Come and see."
Ho opened the door and told hiin to
go in.
Titus entered a splendid hall, but
instantly he was transfixed with astonishment. For what did ho thero behold? His wife was sitting surrounded by hor three children, cheerful and
happy.   Hia heart beat violently, he
could scarcely breathe, he daro not
speak.   At last he approached them
with open arms and cried, "What do I
seo?     Thou still livesl, my beloved
wife!  and thou,  my daughter, they
have  not  thrown   tliee to the wild
beasts!  and  you, my beloved sons,
they have not slain!   It is as if I saw
you risen from the dead."
They hastened up to him.   Hia wife
embraced him, her tears of joy fell on
bis face; his children kissed his bands
and clasped his kneel.   All were happy beyond the power of words to-tall.
"O, how great will be the bliss of
meeting  again   in heaven!" Baid the
father.
Mother and  children replied, "It
seems to us ne if we were already in
heaven."
The king was pleased at this touching spectacle, and tears stood in his
eyes,
Titus, recovering himself from his
excess of joy, said to the king, "But
tell me, 0 king, why haat thou threatened ua so severely, and promised suoh
n cruel death to my children, and now
shown thyself ao gracious and merciful to us?"
The king answered, "I perceive it
is   now my duty to give you the rea*
sons for my conduct I was not myself opposed tu the Christian religion;
the Christians were my favorite subjects; but the severe decrees of tho
Roman Ernper r required me, alas! to
ron* c thia i .igion from my dominion.       '.  rehuctod upon how I could
accomplish  this  decree with as little
bloodshedding as possiblo.   With you,
whom the Christians regarded as the
best man of their community, I wished
to make tho first attempt. Your example,  if you should obey, was to
move them to do likewise, but in caso
you   refused  your  execution waa to
terrify them. You rejected my proposals.   I then thought through your
children   to   force you to deny your
faith rather than givo your children up
to  death.     What happened to your
wife and your children in my palaco
you as yot know not.   I will tell you,
and you wil) rojoico at it,
"I had, as you know, firat summoned
your youngest son to me.   The oaptain
was to toll you what should happen to
the child.     Tliis worthy old soldier
told  me what the boy's parents hud
said, and how fearless your son had
proved   himself   when   he  was led
away.     1   flattered  the  brave boy,
stroked hia checks and golden hair,
and showed him everything whioh is
pleasing to children, which 1 promised
to give him.   But  with serious look
he shook his head.   I led him to the
fire, and I was astonished to boo that
the child was ready to rush into it.
1 was grieved, however, for the bravo
little Matthias, and so I ordered that
he should be taken into a room in my
palace and there guarded.
"I sent  the captain again to you,
and ordered bim to allow you to sup*
fose that your son had been burned,
commanded him to summon your
daughter, and to tell her what kind of
a death awaited her. Tho captain
brought hor, and told me all that had
passed between her and her parents.
I offered her the beautiful jewels in
which maidens of her age tako delight.
I showed her the fierce tigers, who
looked with flashing eyes out of an
iron grating, and thirsted for her
blood. I had the tender maiden
placed in the centre of the court-yard;
the soldiers removed to a distance, I
and many of my people looked out of
the windows of my palaco; but there
ahe stood, cheerful und calm, as your
histories describe tho angels of God,
and waited without fear the time
when tho grating should bo withdrawn.
But how could I have it in my heart
to suffer such a brave nnd gentle maid-
on to be devoured by wild beasts? I
could not do it.
"Your oldest son, too, was as undaunted as she, mid as your youngest
son had boen. Although he might
rather be called a boy than a youth,
ho spoke to me as gravely and wisily ,        	
as a man.    I ordered him to be led to Bh°P- APP'y *°
(Concluded on First Page,) j mbS-to
FRONT      STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER
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&
-IMPORTERS	
; COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
FRONT ST., . XKW "VKTTM1NSTKR
OFFER FOR SALE
Extra, Supcrllne nnd Graham
FLOTJE
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS
JM-—Sm
WM. M'COLL
Is constac'ly receiving now (jowls
consisting In part of
HDRTrT   OrOOXDS,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC,
A fine selection of
Groceries and Provisions
Always ontiand.
Holbrook's stone building, Columbia
streot. myifrtc.
O. Gh.
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
1WINE * 8PIRIT,-MtR0HAWT.*»
L.
BEGS TO INFORM THE RE8ID-
ents of New Westminster and viein*
ity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN  SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT,  COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agon's for Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
 	
Brule Saw 1.
DeBeck Bros. & Co,
Manufacturers ami dealers In all
kinds of
Shingles, Shakes, Pickets,
AND TRAYS.
We Intend to keep n full stook of
Sash,
Doors,
Blinds,
Mouldings
Ac.,&t\,At\, in fact
Tlint will be required to
FINISH A  HOUSE
From bottom lo top.
Orders /or Scroll ftawln*. Trlniwlng
nnd Shaping, will be promptly and carefully attended lo. We pay particular attention to the manufacture of good, dry
Salmon Boxes,
And we believe our customers will bear
us out In saying that we make
The Beit Sah&oa 8ozu on Uu &iw.
We sincerely thank those who have favored us with their patronage In the past,
and beg to solicit a continuance of their
favors. During the past winter we have
made extensive additions to our Mill, ond
can now All orders moro promptly nnd
eheaply than ever. We have chartered
the steamer "Iris" for the Reason,and will
therefore be able to deliver Lumber
promptly. We have also to announce to
the cltlxens of Port Moody that we have
opened a branch of our business at that
place, and will bo able to fill orders from
there In a fow days,
DRBEGK broh. A CO.
New Westminster, Mar Mth, I8M. [to
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Has now on hand a full and
well assorted stock of Dry
Goods, consisting of:
LADIES'
In Great Variety,
BLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
Port Moody!
FOR SALE!
Fronting on the best portion of the harbor,  suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, ulo&e to the
Railway.
Val-aa*ble Land.
On the harbor, admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or other manufacturing  purposes,
advantages given.
By the acre, in favorable positions, close
to tho terminus.
AO
Town lots aud land iu the City and District of Now Westminster.
In.te-adln.gr Inveetors
Will do well to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGKNT,
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
nu71 !'• 0. Box 39. tc.
Building Ground
Ou talNMMa and Vrmmi lined* H, W,
A BOUT S3 FEET ON EAOH BTREET,
A. or through from streot toslreet, can be
leaned for building purpoHes: next the
Holbrook House and Webb's gunsmith
HENRY V.EDIWNDe,
PACIFIC
WORKS
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
CARRIAGES,
-AND-
Agricnltnral Implements,
Painting   and   Repairing
neatly done.
A STOCK Of COFFINS ALWAYS Oil
m>2«o]
JOHNSTON A SMITH,
Pnon-moti
In all the Leading Colors,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian Lambswool,
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's, in plain
and   stripe,   Merino   and
Lambswool.
Infants' Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Boots, Gaiters, In-
fantccs, Polka Jackets, and
Wool  Skirts,
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimmed with fur,
Black  and  Colored VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KID    GLOVES
Black and dark shades, White
and tinted,
LACES,
Real Torchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety of imitation
Laces,
DRESS  GOODS
A large and well-assorted stock
of plain and figured Dress
Goods,
Plainand figured black SATINS
and SILKS,
Ladies' and Gents' silk and alpaca  UMBRELLAS,
Fur Trimming,   Buttons, Ribbons, SILKS & TWISTS,
A fine line of Ladies'  Hemstitched    Handkerchiefs,
Table Napkins,White and Brown
Table Linen,Sheetings in all
widths, Towels, Cottons,
And a full assortment of other
Goods   too   numerous to
mention.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
SILVER JEWELRY
Gold mounted; a fine assortment.   Bracelets,  Lockets,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets,
Other Silverware in great variety
Men's Clothing!
In large variety, good material,
and prices to suit
Also, a large stock CUTLERY,
CROCKERY ft GLASSWARE constantly on
hand.
A full and complete stock of
Grooeries 5 Provisions!
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which ho vill .upply
IN BOND or DUTY PAH),
In Quantities to Suit Cnitomers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. allfejr-., London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
COLUMBIA   BTRBHT,
New Westminster,  B. 0.
Phovincial Secretary's Office,
2nd July, 1884.
APPLICATIONS Will bo recoived at HiIh
Offico until the Slot Instant, for tbo
gialtlon of Melter nnd Assiivur nt tho
overnmont Assay Office, Barkerville,
Cariboo. Hnlury, 9100 per month. Applicants will be required to furnish Hi.tiK.-iu-*
lory proof its to character nntl competency.
.TNO. HOBSON.
Jlylitii Provincial Secretary.
NOTIOE.
Land Registry Office,
Now Westminster District.
2nd July, 18M.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
J_S the Lund Registry Ofllee of the Dl*
trlotofNewWeHtminsforwlll be temporarily located at tho Land Registry Onice,
Victorin, until (lie copying of tiie records,
Ae.,Incompleted, Application for registration and other business may in Tho
meantime bemado tome director through
the Government Agent at Now AVestmfn-
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Jly5tc Deputy Registrar.
Tenders for Bond.
TJBNDBTftS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION
of a Road on North Arm, Frasor Rtv-
I er. will bo received up to noon on HATUR-
| DAY, tho Mth Inst., at- the offlee of tho
1 undersigned, whoro plans and specifications may be seen.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
CHA8. WARWICK,
(  . Government Agont.
Government Agent's Office,
New Westminster. Uth July, 1884.
 QlylBtJ)
NOTICE.
PARTIES LOCATING AND I'BE-
empting land are hereby notified
that land within the limita of tho Hastings Saw Mill Company's lease is not
open for settlement, and tliat any one
entering thereon will bo prosecuted for
trespass.
RICH'D H. ALEXANDER,
de8-tc " Manager.
Mrs. M. Harrison
HAVING ENLARGED HER HOTEL
opposite tho Steamboat Landing at
Chilliwhack, is now prepared to give tho
BEST ACCOMMODATION
To tho travelling public. Chilliwhack
is the nost delightful Summer Resort In British Colnmkli. Splendid
drives and delightful mountain scenery.
  my21-3m.
— j-.—ix-—\
Showing (he dates and places of
Conrts of Assise, Nisi Prlns, and
Oyer ami Terminer for the year
1884,
Victoria,...,
Nanaimo..
BPRING ASSIZES,
(On Vancouver Island.)
...Monday. 7th April.
.Wednesday  4th June.
(Ox Mainland.)
New Wcstmlnster^WednesdHy
Yalo, ....Monday,.,.,
Kamloops, Friday
..7th May.
..imiiMiiy.
.aoth May.
i>i.i».ui>|/n, ■' IIIIIIJ ,  iHHI* iUU)
Clinton,.... ,. Saturday, 7t It June
FALL  ASSIZES.
IOn Vancouvbh Island.]
Vletorlu,, Monday,. 24th November.
Nanaimo, Wednesday, 3rd Decern her,
[On Mainland-]
Hlehtleld, Monday,... 8th Heptembor.
Clinton,...., Tuesday,..<10th September.
Kamloops W'dn'sday Sth October.
Lytton, Haturduy,..Uth October.
Yalo, Ratuitliiy,.,i')t.h October.
New West., .W'dn'sduy.Ifflh November.
Mtlt January, 1834. roStc
■J.   X'-«'Ja7Vr--iHHai
NEW    SCHEDULE
fyGoods delivered  free, of
charge in any part of the City.
O.Q. MAJOR
Cor. Columbia * N«r* Sts.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
(oolite)
WHITE LABOR
Canadian Pacifio Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $125,00 per month.
Bock Foremen....$3 !H* to tt 00 t> d»y
Earth Foremen... 2 60 to  3 ISO    "
Bridgo Foremen.. S 50 to   4 60    "
Bridge Carpenter..
1st class  1 60 "
Bridge Carpenter.,
2nd elan  8 00 "
Mann. 5 50 to   3 50
Stone Cutter..... 3 00 to   3 60
Blacksmiths,    lit
clan  3 60
Blackamitha,   2nd
clan  3 00 '
Blacksmith  Help.
ers  1 M to   2 00    '
Driller.  2 00 to 219    '
Laborer.   1 76 to 2 00    '
Hewers, lit clan   3 60 '
Chopper., lit clan 2 00 to i! 60    '
Scorer., lit clan    2 60
All ontaide labor 10 houn per day.
All Carpenters to furnish th.tr own
Cheat Tool..
All Employee, to find thomaelvra Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding House, will be convenient
along the Lino.   Board—16 per week.
lt will not bo compulsory for Employ*
eu to board in the Company'. Houbm.
Wage, will be paid monthly, on Uw
10th of eaoh month.
A.  OKDERDONX,
GlXKRA!. HANAOFR.
Office of mi Contractors,      *i
Canadian Paoifio Railway,
Yale, March 1,1888.
Dominion License Act.
■fJOTIOE   1SIIKKEBY  OIVEN, that
pleased to extend tlio time for tho accept,
nnce of applications for Licenses mulct
the LlijUor License Act, In New Westmin
ster District, to tlie lst October next, of
which all persons concerned arc required
to take notice.
Dated 15th Jul}'. 188*.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
JlylOml 1st License Commissioner
WANTEDt
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STBEET • VICTORIA.
AfllHIB   tOB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Finsbury Circus,
London, E, C.
A FEMALE TEACnEIt to take chunr.
of the Upper Humes Public School
on the First of August noxt.  Apply to
WM. M. CAMPBELL,
. Secretary Tnlstce Board.
Upper Sumas, July lu, 1881.        JlylPtd
CONTRACT
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL LET A
contract lo white men or Indiums for
cutting 1000 cords (if shingle blockc,jnit
up nt the rule of 100 cords per month, will
pay K per cord, mul will furnish tools nnd
n house to live In. II. HTBVENHON,
Je7-8m Chilliwhack.
Barum* Patent Foot ami glum Power
Scroll 8aw*.
Circular Saws, Mortisera, Lathes, Ten-
oners, Formers, Etc.
OSBORNE A ALEXANDER,
Solo Agents, 628 Market St. San Francisco, Mechanics' Tools, Hardware and
Machinery. Catalogue of all our goods
sent freo on application. ap26*<!m
NOTIOE.
THEREBY G1VB NOTICE THAT 1
intend to npply to the Cliief Commis
sioner of Lands und Works forjoermjesion
tipply I
nilK nnd
mm
■HOB * OO. ABB NOW PRE-
.pared to supply the very best Ale
__ >m the Westminster Brewery. Orders
left with Mr.Chas,.McDonough, Front St.,
shall have prompt attention, JaMc
Wood Turner
WANTED.     CONSTANT   EMPLOY*
ment will be given to a thoroughly
competent man. Apply nt the
'   mhia-tc DOMINION SAWMILL.
to purclinsi* Hit* foiluwluttdescribed lands,
situated In the District of New Westminster: .      •*
Commencing ntthoNW comer of the
Government Reserve; situated on the
southern side of English Buy; thenc? due
south) along the western boundary nf snid
Hesorvc, lo. IU southwest comer; thence
due west 110 chnins, more or less, to the
eastern boundary of Point Grey Reserve;
thence duo north, along snid eastern
boumlury, to tho shore of English Bay;
thence easterly, nlong shore of English
Bay, to tho place of commencement, containing about 800 acres, more or less.
It. T. WILLIAMS.
Victorin, 11. C. aril April, 18M.        np0-to
(i»
Lots B, 7, ffi and tr; Block XXXII, Loll
Block XXVII; mid Lots 13 and IE,
Block XXVIII, alt in the City
of New IrVcttminsitr,
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
1 OldBkoauSt. and 10 Pali, Mall,
LpNDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchan*     (
disc, Manufacturing and Farming Stoek,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dcujb'.'flnd the     j
Cargoes of such Vessels; alsoffips build ■  ;
ing and repairing, Barges ami ojher Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain aud Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OK DAMAGE BY FIKK,.    ,
  J
Subscribed and Invested Capital,.
£1,600.000 8TG.   i
Rates of Premium and every inform*-
tion can be obtained on application tn
V. J. ARMSTRONG
Agent for New Westminster.
iTsPINNEY & GQ.S !
DISPENSARY,
ITO. 11 KEABNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DR. SPINNEY. wpII known an tlmfomi-
der or tin* Mont mil, (0. K.) Mtulfcal Inrtl.
tnto, mul Into Proprietor of tlie Si'lNNRYVIMK
INf'IHMAUY, would moat rc-npi-i'lfully inl'mni
IiIh pMlt'iitB nml tho iillllrteil -[t-m-iitlly, tlmt lie
Mill contii'ttCN to trcnt clironlo nnd nervoUH -II-.. 1
(•a**-* with nii-iiir-iIU-li-il hicccm .
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.        ,
Remember tint prm-nwlinntinn- la tho tliiel ol
time -10 I
COBIB AND BB HEALED.
It nwlteri not wlikt your trouble! mny be, come I
Hnd let the Doctor exnmfno your cone, lt will
cost you nothing for con-iultntioii. flo|iIeme csll '■
and witli-fy your ".-'Ives whethi-r tho Doctor under- ,
standi your chid, If lm enn cure yon lie will tell '
you tot If not, he will tell you tlint, for lio will *!
not undurUka n cam iiiiIi-hh ],* I* contldi-iit of cf- I
fectlngaoure,
Partlet nt n distance -nir-hing trcatmenl, hy      i
aendlng tsV> and a minute deaci-lpllon of their
trouble! will receive in return a full courau _\:    ,
treatment accnrely parked *.-. n« nut to excite *•*
rloafty.
DK. SPINNEY will guarantee to lorfelt Itivi -
Hundred Uollnra fur every caae of any hrtiil m .-
diameter whicli ho undertakca nml fhlla tenure.
P. H.—For dim-uses of abort atnndltfb.n nil! I   ]
course of medicines, sufficient for u pup,, wltl-■
all Instructions, will ho sent to nnjywldrcss nr i
receiptor $10,
Cnll or Address
Ur. SP1KNEV JbCO.,,
0 28*ly      No. 11 Kearney-at. ,{*«:*■ Fiimici-wo, Ctii:.
DR. ALLEN'S
PRIVATE DISPENSARY,
ao^J Kearny 81., San Francises*.Hal.
THE EXPERT SPECIALIST,
D",
Ho wdi
R. ALLRN, A8 Ifl WKI'L KNOWN, 18 A
regulnr   graduated Pliyaklnn, eilunttcd at
...  -loin Collefco ami University of Michigan.   He
Una dovotcd allfetiino to tin-study of the trentment and curo of dlseasea within his apeclnlty.
■"STOTTIffG- 3BMC3B1W
And M1DDI.K AGED MEN, who are saftvOk from,
tho effects of Youthful Indiscretions, •*.'*• ificeascs
In msturur. yearn,Nervous nml PiivwjAJ.Ipr-tMTV,
Impoiknge, Lost Maknood, conn-ainn of ideas,
dull eyos, aversion to socioty, ilesnoitilijncy, plni.
plea on tlio face, Iras of energy ui*d ij-fjljiery, fro
ijuoiicy of urinating, etc.
MY HOSPITAL EXPtU'EN* K
(Having been aurgoon In cliarao of two leading
lioapitala) enables mo to treat nil private tronblea
with excellent results. I wish it dUflntfly understood that I do not clulm to perfornilmpussltilll-
tics, or tii liavo miraculous or aup9tJ||^^^
1 claim only to he n skillful uml sycPBpiKiyfil-
dun and Surgeon, thoroughly infurntla^ln my
iiH-clnlty—
.     DISEASES OV   MAN. j ,
All applying to me will receive my linneat
u
opinion of their comi)lnlnt>---No experimenting. 1
will gunrnntoo it iWBltlYC euro in every cn'»e 1 undertake, or forfeit $1,000.   Consultation In ollice
will I
IbtetMoto.    	
....1 bo Issued to Henry Valentine Ed*
inotuls on the 22nd day of August, 18B4,
unless In the meantime a valid objection
thereto be inado to tho undersigned In
writing by some person claiming nn estate or Interest in said lota, or some pnrt
thereof;-'
CHAS. JAM. LEGOATT,
Acting RegiHtrnr-Genernl.
Land Registry Office, 21st Mny, 1881.
myiM*8m
E. Q. PRIOR,
Direct Importer and Dealer In
STEEL     .
 AND	
Agricultural
Machinery.
Sole Agent for
•eerlns Twlar BlBdrrs, Rnrkrye Haw*
m, WalMn Silky Bake, Hauler
•rill A Broadrasi feeder,
■aylMder*,   ChaHuun   Wagans,
MlMatMla «'Mef Tfcmhers, Kir., Kir.
.Flo-act Tx. CvLltlvfetexs.
Government Street,
VICTORIA, B.C.
feao-flm
or by letter UUS snd ■If Ictly private. Charges
renminntilc. Thorough examination, Including
chemical and microscopical nnnlyala of urine, and
advlca, 15.00. Oltlce hours, 0 to 3 dally, ll to H
ovening,  Bnndnjr, 9 to 12 only.   Cnll or nddrcus
DR.   ALLEN,
tVfl/_ Kearney atreet, gnu Francisco, Cat.
fg- Iti-member, tho Doctor hna a Vramnu
CoMPOtiND, tlm result of many years of special
practice and haul study, whicli, under Ida special
advice, haa never failed ot aucceaaln tho cure of
Lost UARRdon, l|norrAvoir,hi*, etc.
THE GREAT EU REMEDY
I-mncm-fiii.injr
Cure for Nerv-
oiifiDebilily.Kx-
hausted Vitality
of a ny k i n d,
Weakness, Pnr-
alyels, Prosta-
lorrlidea.atid alt
the' terrible effects ofyouthful
follies, and excesses In maturer yesrs,
DR. MINTIK will agree Iff forfeit
Five Hundred Dollars for n case ot
this kind the Vital Restorative (under
bis special ndrico and treatment) will nol
cure, or for nnytbfcc Impure or injurious
found It. it. DR. MINTIE tresis all Diseases luccessfulty without mercury.
Consultation free. Thorough eiantl*
nation anil advice, $5-00. Pi ico or Vital
Restorative,' $3-00 a bottle, or four
times tbe quantity, $10-00; sent to any
address upon receipt of price, or 0.0, D,,
secure Iron observation, and in private
name If desired, hy A. K. MIXTIK.
M.D.
Those wbo cannot visit DR. MINTIK
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