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 I
Govcr
THE .BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 IS PUBUlUBD—
every WetHiesdar & Saturday,
— BT-—
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entrance to Editorial and Business Department through T. R.
Pearson & CD's. Book & Stationery Store.
TKiniH..l!y Mull, Mi. yenr; $1 CO for II mon.;
tl fur 3 mos.; jmynlde tn Ailvnnce. Dellvorci)
by Carrier or Agont, $1 per uunrtor, pnyablo
quarterly to Onrrler or Agent.
AGENTS
T. N. HifliEH A Co. Viotoria.
Wm. Harrison Yale.
L. P. FISHER AdvertlKlHg Agent, 21 Merclmnt1
Kxcnnngo, Bun Fmnclncn, Ik imtliorlneil to receive
Advertlauments for tliis pttjior.
TWO DABFD mny be fuiind on file at
IlllO rArtn Oeo. P. Rowcll AC.i.'k
Newnpnper Advertlilng Durciui (1(1 Spruce St.),
whoro advertlilng contract* may be miuto for it In
NKW YORK.
liu §ritislt (jTotomttait
Hiiliifs.Iii}  Morning, July US, IK83.
More Standard Nonsense.
In un article whicli appeared in
this journal 011 the 18th inst,, pointing out Home the Standard's miuto-
presentations on tho high school
question, the following sentence occurred: "We shall merely say, what
we have more than once asserted
already, that tlie Burntm Columbian
is the organ of no government, or
party, or clique whatever." Taking
tins declaration an a text, the Standard of last Friday endeavors to persuade its readers that the Columbian's "repudiation" of the government should be accepted as a proof
that it is ashamed of their polioy.
In doing so it indulges iu the following singular announcements:
"The BniTisii Columbian, justly
alarmed for itH character, hotly und
indignantly denies that it is tho organ of the present government. In
a paroxyism of virtuous horror; excited by the insinuation, it utterly
nnd forcibly repudiates such a degrading and opprobrious connection
as something infamous. It would
not on any consideration touch the
pitch for fear of being defiled."
Now, tbe Columbian never repudiated the government at all in-the
sense implied hy the Victoria organ.
It hud no reason and no wish for
repudiation, It never was, under
its present management ut least, un
organ of any government or party,
und from the first it has explicitly
asserted and adhered to its declaration of political independence. We
ask out: readers to judge if the simple
announcement in our issuo of the
18th tu any souse justified tho assertions in the Standard of the 20th.
Did that paragraph contain any expression whieh could fairly be construed into a hot and indignant
denial 1 Was there in the letter or
spirit of it anything to indicate a
"paroxysm of virtuous horror" ut
the idea of being a government organ 1 Nothing could have been
further from our intention, und it is
not possible to suppose that the
Standard misunderstood the paragraph. It follows, therefore, thnt
this is another case of wilful misrepresentation on the part of the
Victoria organ, undertaken for the
evident purpose of prejudicing public opinion against the government.
lt is very unfortunate that nny
newspaper should permit itself to be
guilty of such unworthy tactics*. If
there are no weapons with which to
assail the government other than
tliose of slander and misrepresentation, surely the cause of the organ
must ho weak indeed, and its opposition must be both unpatriotic and
dishonest. We believe that a government should stand or fall by its
policy und its acts. If the Standard will content itself with a fair
criticism of these, it will bo doing
itn duty ns a public journal; but
when it resorts to the undignified
und uiiprofessiotial expedients which
wu have several times had occasion
to notice, it becomes at once a dis
grace to journalism and unworthy
of publio confidence. Tho Columbian, without receding from its position uf complete political independence, has taken much pleasure in
approving of the general courso pursued hy the present government.
That pleasure has arisen not from
the mere act of approval, but because the government policy has
been suoh us could bo conscientiously
supported. It 1ms kept itself free
from ull party obligations so that it
might freely criticise ull parties
when occasion required. It has not
been slack iu expressing its opinions
when they conflicted with official
acts; and this course it intends to
pursue to tho end. This is what we
conceive to be the true sphere and
policy of journalism, und if it is
beyond the comprehension of the
Standard, we are glad to know that
it has met with the unqualified approval and support of a large majority of the intelligent people of British Columbia.
A committee of the French Parliament has recommended increasing tho
pension granted Mons. Pasteur for his
scientific labors to 06000, with reversion to tho wife and children.
.
A chemical journal states that raspberry jam, without raspberries, is now
made from some of the products obtained from coal-tar, /
The British Columbian.
VOLUME H
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1883.
NUMBER 7
A crash In Cape Colony.
FAILURE Qf THE DIAMOND FIELDS.
Mr. H. B, Joseph, one of tho passengers by the Austrian bark Lea, just
arrived at New York from CajjeTown,
and a Capo commission dealer in diamonds, copper, wool, etc., tolls most
distressing tales of the great sufferings
in Cape Colony, , In parts of the
countr.v, ho says, there Iwb boen no
rain for threo' years, and the poople
are starving. Tho condition of affairs
in Cape Town, at Kimberley, and Du
Toits Pan (the diamond fields), the
Leydenhurg gold fields, the Orange
Free States, and surrounding country
is worse than it has been for years.
What adds to the general distress con*
sequent on the failure of the crops is
a disaster at the great diamond mine
at Kimberley, GOO miles up from Cape
Town and 400 miles from Natal. The
mine is 380 feet deep and Ijf miles in
circumference. Tlie soft debris has
fallen back into the mine in such
quantities that-it is estimated that 18
months will bo required for its removal.
Upwards of 4,000 tons fell within 24
hours. Tho extent of the calamity
can be judged by the fact that this
celebrated mine has yielded £3,000,-
000 in diamonds a year. The effect
at Cape Town has been most disastrous. The revenue has fallen off 50
per cent, and the mining shares have
gone down 75 per cent. It is estimated, said Mr. Joseph, that it will
'cost £250,000 to clear the mine. The
fall in the price of diamond shares
has ended iu a great tragedy, Thore
are 05 diamond mining companies,
with a subscribed capital of. £7,000,-
000, and of these companies only
fourteen are paying dividends. Most
of these mines are,within a radius nf
150 miles, and at an average of GOO
miles from Capo Town.
Fearful Adventure.
A CHILD 8AVED BY A RIFLE 8H0T.
At tho still hour of midnight, hud
the trump of Gabriel summoned us all
to n worldy reckoning, more excitement,- consternation and weeping
could not have como ovor tho many
good peoplo who were presont nnd
witnessed the must wonderful and
miraculous escape that ever happened
iu this ur any other country. Mrs.
Robert Elliott, of sTexas, has been
hero for tho past ten days or more, to
restoro the health of her ohild, a
bright and sweet little cherub loss
than three years old, who is much
emaciated from a spell of Texas fever.
This morning, about 10 o'clock, a
strolling Italian made his appearance
in front of the hotel with a large cluster of thoso red bladder-like toy 1ml-
oons. Major Hawkins, of. Alabama,
to amuse littlo Birdie, whom he at the
time had in his arms, tied the cord
that held the baloons, around her
waist, and thon, ns is so often dono,
gnve her n toss of five or six feot into
the air, und held up his hands for her
return. ''Great Godl she is gone,"
cried the Major, as ho saw her going
rapidly up, up, up, until she hnd passed tho house-tops. Floating in the
clouds, with outstretched hands, tho
littlo angel could bo heard distinctly
calling: "Mamma, mamma, mamma,"
until her voico was druwnod by the
whistling of the wind. All the men nt
the hotel started out iu boats, for the
little one was drifting to sen.
Hy nn net of Divine Providence Mr.
Charles J. Voorhees, of the Southern
Express Company, with u party of
gentlemen were out taking a sail. Mr.
Voorhees is one of the most export
riflemen in the country, and, as God
had ordained it, he had ou board his
Smith & Whbsou rifle. Ho at once
took in the situation, remarking, "Six
miles out at sea and going at tho rate
of ten miles an hour, and now four
hundred yards high and every minute
going highor, highor, higher. 1 can
cut those balloons, mul will do it or
die."
Bang) went the rifle; but no change
in position. Again, again aud again—
the fifth shot one balloon disappeared
amidst the shouts of the boatmen. At
tho eighth shot it became evident that
the bullcons could not longer carry tho
weight of the littlo floating angel, us
sho was gradually descending, nut iu a
straight line, but iu n southeast direction, towards Harker's Island; -but
whether dund or ulivo none could toll.
Down, down, down sho comes, tut
gently as if handled hy human hands,
and to fall in a cradlo of mind. With
fear and trembling all ran up, Uun
1'iver iu front. "Gentlemen," .says hu,
"I'll bu dinged if she ain't alive and
kicking." There sat little birdiu playing with a lot of shells, and as shu was
picked up ahe clung to a handful, saying, "Dene hi-Uh for mamma,"
With the prize all returned to the
bunts, Thero sat Mr Voorhees with
a death-like pallor on his countenance,
aud when told that ho had saved the
babe unhurt, his tender heart gavo
way and he wept like a child. The
littlo darling came out as bright as a
new pin and seemed to look on the
whole matter as fun gotten up for her
amusement.
The excitement un land surpasses
description, At the wharf, aftor ovory
thing seemed safe, thon little Birdie
came the nearest of losing hor life.
Col, Whitford, a man of generous impulses, seized the little angel iu his
arms, and at lightning speed started
for its mother, who wns then lying in
an unconscious stato, under the skillful
care of Drs. Hayward, Arendall and
Kelly, of Louisiana. But before the
kind-hearted Oolouel had gone fnr,
amidst the denso crowd and confusion,
he ran off tho wharf into water over
eight feet deep, Several jumped overboard and nided him in Innding his
prise. Tho ohild was none the worse
fur the ducking.
By four o'clock Mrs.' Elliott became
conscious. The* guests of the houso
assembled in tho ball room at 5 p. ni.
to return thanks to Mr. Voorhees aud
tho noble boatmen, and oxpress condolence and sympathy for Mrs, Elliott.
Major Hawkins came forward and
mndo a tew remarks, but wns too much
excited to speak, but, said he, "Had
that bnbo been lost my mind was mndo
up—I would havo rested tonight with
her in thoiga,"--AV.
DRS. M^INNES & MATHERS.
Oflloe, Columbia 8t., opp. llio Postoliice
OPEN DAY & NIGHT.
DRS. WELSH & HENDERSON
DENTISTS.    Office over D. S.
Curtis oVCo.'s drug store, next
Colonial Hotel, New Westminster.
myi6-tc.
J. A. R. HOMER.
General Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
GORDON E. 00RB0ULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
R. T.WILLIAMS,
B'
OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer,
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted,
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street. Victoria* B. i\
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET, ■ VIOTOIIIA.
,A.OKE:&ra:s ron .
North British ana Mercantile
insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
Sio Finsnnry Circus,
London, K. C.
JAMES   M0REIS0N,
.CONVEYANOER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER.!
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Opp. C--lniil.il Hotel)
N WW   WESTMINSTER.
jgrSovemlgood Farina for Salo and to
Least;. nolO
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
—ASD—
GENERAL AGENT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent Tor the TIUVKHMtS' L1FR
and ACCIDENT IN81IKANCK CO.,
Hartford, Conn.
OFFICE: — Columbia Street.,   Now
Westminster. del)
Every Man to his own Business
jsf-..   FEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLONIAL IIOTXI.1,
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Physicians' Prescriptions and Fnm.
Ily Recipes a Specialty.
N. B. — Only Genuine Drugs used
Ovor twontv Years' experience.    inrl!:l
c*tt°*y
saws -
A      AND i'v,*;,    -X
--j-L-feao—
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Belting, Packing, Hose, tec, &o„ 4c.
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
IMMOBILE IN TIM CITY,
Ojipns-itc tlio Bunk, Columbia street,
Now Westminster, B. O.      [my20-tc.
NOTICE.
ALL rKRSONS WHO HAVE ANY
claims against the Finn nf ADAIK
* COMPANY, Fish Cannon, Fraser
River, nro requested to forward tlio samo
at onco to tlieir Solicitors,
Mbmks, DAVIE k POOLEY,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated 3rd Muoh, 1883. mh7
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND—
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OF EVERY  DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXE8
A flue Asssortmont; from $25 to $00,
—■AT—
BAGNALL Si, CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE.
UOVKItNMENT STKKKT, VICTOBIA.
J. BAGNALL,
Pianoforte&OkoanTuneh&Rei'aiukh
NEW SPRING GOODS
 AT THE	
CASH TAILOR'S.
■W. BLS03JT
MERCHANT TAILOR
Lytton Square, New Westminster.
Broadcloths and fino tweed, always on
hand   Satisfaction guaranteed
Try His $25 Salt.
apM-tc.
BOOTS and SHOES
rnoH
HEATHORN'S
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umlria st., New Westminster.
FURNITURE I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing that he Is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, kc., at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class stylo.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. Tho undersigned
has tho, only HEARSE hi the City. A
continuance of publio patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotol.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store, au5te
MRS. M. ECKSTEIN
HAS    JUST   OPENED   A   NEW
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Whero will bo found a full stock of
Dry floods. Groceries, and flen-
eral Merchandise,
Which will be .old at Now Westminster
Prices.
UT Next Door to Caledonia Hotel.
(apl8to)
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Soar!)- Opposite tbo Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICKST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on haml, and supplied to Finn-
ilicH, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
C. E. WOODS. GEO. TURNER
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AOENTS,
Accountants & Conveyancer!,
<OLI nnll   STBEET,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   11. C.
WE HAVE FOR SALE IMPROV-
cd and unimproved Lauds at
PITT E1VER,
MAPLE RIDGE,
LANGLEY,
MATSQUI,
MISSION,
BURRARDS INLET,
FALSE CREEK,
PORT MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH ARM,
SALT SPRING- ISLAND,
TOWN 10TS AT POHT MQODY FOR SALE.
land Mnmnmu  i'abkfiiu.v ami
PMram.1T ATTKSIrt-l. TO.
MONEY TO LOAN ON HOOD HMDI'MIT:'.
ADMITS VOU TIIK
Fhrnlx Firr InRnranrr I'u. nr Brwihiyn.
Ih. Halt-able lift AuarnnrcMrlrlv
•r Ik. imtril mat... MM
UlaHillnc. Mr-Iron * IVs. VMrMed Moll,
newer nnd mininrv I'liie., Harden
V.M., Ae.
WOODS * TURNER.
New Westminster, B, C,
April 2,188.1. «-*•
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEEB,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
8ale8 Room. Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA,  - BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SW Liberal advances made on Consignments.
To facilitate tlio sale of Real Instate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and the Districts.
N. I». Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock iu trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the troublo of an Auction
Sale, euu find a Cash Buyer hy calling
on the above. Office of the British Columbia Wire Works. AU sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
notice:
(LIMITED), .
Carrying H. M, Mails and
B. C. Express,
LEAVE IRVING'S WHARF
FOR VICTORIA:
Wednesdays and Saturdays nt 7 a.m.
FOB KALE & WAY POSTS:
Wednesdays andSATUitDAYsat 7a.m.
For Freight or Passage apply at the
Oliiee,
THOS. L. BRIGOS,
aplltc Agent.
VTOTICE
THE MUNICIPALITY DF SURREY
Offers great inducements to persons
IN SEARCH OF A HOME
 Wo have	
Both wild and improved,
Oooil Roads, Schools, Churches
And Post Office.
Our facilities for trade aro excellent.
Wo have good
Water communication
With outside markets, and our
CLIMATE   IS  UNRIVALLED.
Plenty nf Government Land.
TO MANUFACTURERS and GRIST
OR SAW MILL MEN establishing
themselves in this Municipality, the
Municipal Council nro offering LIBERAL
1N DUCEMENT8. For further purticu-
lars npply personally or by letter to
HENRY T. THRIFT, C. M. C.
Intelligence Officer.
Clover Valley, Surrey, B. C.    [mylO-to
-JUBT-
-AN INVOICE OF-
WAGGONS!
Cutting Boxes, Root Slicers,
French Burr Stone Chopping Mills,
Fanning Hills, Clipper and
Mohawk Flows, 4c, &c.
BURNS& COT,
VICTORIA,   13. O.,
AGENTS  tui;
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Portable flaw Mill.,   Oris! Hill.,
Shingle Mills,   Champion Un-
glne., Saw Mill Machinery,
if., ke.
A, Harris, Sou & Company,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Brantford Mower* and  Renpen,
Osborne Mowers, Brantrord nnd
Osborne Cord Binders.
11 Ul II1DUU1, UUU Ul UUU1-JUU1J |
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Centennial Sulk)'  Rake,   Sprint
Tooth Harrow., Spring Tooth
Cultivator, Brantford Grain
Drill, if., it.
«r Machines always on hand. Repairs
kept.    . iM.1
New Fish Market!
JAMES TAFFANOALE
HAS JUST OPENED A NEW FISH
Mnrkot nn
FRONT  STREET,
Kiwt of thu Holbrook House, where wilt
he found a full supply of Fish of all
kinds and of tho bent t-uality.
Purchases delivered in any part of tho
oity.   A call ii soliuited.
ROYAL  OITY
MP
ii i
x.xaacx*r-Esx»
HAVU ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
- Ar.I. nKSCKIPTHH.'H OF—
Rough Is Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds,
I'liiiiliiK. Scroll-Nawin-,-, Tuni-
Iiik, Slmpl-iK,
And nil kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to ouler with tho
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH   OASES   A   SPECIALTY.
HIC 'ARD STREET,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Manaoeh.
J. H. PUACE « CO.
IMFORTBHB AND DEAI.EIUS IX
STOVES,
RANGES,   &C,  &C.
House Furnishing Go ids.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
tho LOWKST MARKET RATES.
TINWARE MANUFACTURED OH THE PREMISES.
.ill kl-i-l-M-r W«ti>r->|il|it' Wark* nl mi-
Himuule rnlt-s Ity a roniprleiil Work-
iiimii Mill-iftirll'iit uaiim ut veil.
snr Johhiug promptly attended to.
IIULKBOOK'H KTOXK HI II.IHVC.
Sew WrHliiilNHler.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CC-.VlW,
1 Ou. Hkou-St. uml llil'Ai.i. Mali,,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Ooods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in I'ort, Harbor or Douk, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Rarges aud other Vessels on navigable rivers aud canals, and
(ioods ou board such Vessels, throughout
Great Hrituin and lrelund and in Foreign
Countries,
ritO.M htm OK lUM.UiK BY KIKE.
Subscribed nud Invested Capital,
£1,(300.000 STG.
Rutos of I'leiiiiiini and every information can lie obtained on application to
W. I. AKSISTRONU,
Agent for New Westminster.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
MARKET
VMM, VORT MOODY AND NEW
WESTMINSTER.
The hest quality ol
BEEF, PORK & MUTTON
Will be kept constantly on linnd.
All bills presented ou the Ist of each
mouth, and must he puitl by I,"ith,
niylO-to] HAVENS & CO.
Aew Spring -Goods!
MRS.   STRANG
MK'IS TO INFORM HER FK1KNUS
1)   tlmt she lm, received lior stock of
FANCY    GOODS I
—ALSO—
LAD1RS' AND CHILDREN'S
SEASTHADE CLOTHING
Cheapest in tho City.
tier Next Door to City Drag Storo.   npl8
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
W1I.1.1)E RECEIVED UY THE
CANADIAN PAOIFIO NAVIGATION CO. (LIMITED)
Except ou their own Printed Forms of
Shipping nccoipts, to be had at T. IJ.
Pkaiison k C'o.'fl, New Westminster,
apll
JOHN IUVING, Manager.
NOTICE.
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB-
hcucc from the province, Mr. Chas.
15. Woods will hold my powor of attorney, and will act us Manager of tbo business of .Tainea KUard ft Co. Mr. Woods
ja authorized to receive moneys and sign
cheilites and receipts iu tho name of tlie
Bald firm. JAMES W. HARVEY.
New Westminster, U.C.. May 22,1888.
my23te,
L
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. G.
Tie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in fho City,
THE CIILNm lirPARTIEliT
IS UNDER THE  CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to nnnouneo to the Public that lie
hns purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found first-class, anil
at rcusouolilo rates.      -   «
The Parlor, mid Sleeping Apart-
ment. are under tho superintendence
of Mra. Anfln.v.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with book, and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
THU   BAB
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wixf-8, J.iQi'oits, Cigars, kc.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
for §nh or *So |Unt.
To Rent.
ROOMS SUITABLE FOR SINGLE!
men, on' Dallas street.   Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
jeSO-tc] Land Agent.
FOR SALE.
rilHREE YOKE OF WELL-BROKE
X work oxen, in good order; will girth
7 feot and upwards. Also, two work
horses. A. S. VEDDER,
je20-2inj Chilliwhack, B. C.
OXEN FOR SALE.
rnwo good yoke of oxen,
L well broken and iu lint-class work.
tng order. Also, an odd ox, For sale
cheap.   Apply to
DeIIKCK BROS, k CO.,
jclU-tu] ' Brunette Mills.
FORSALE CHEAP:
A GOOD DAIRY FARM. Dwelling
House, Barns and other out-build-
iugs, with-the Stoek, Dairy Utensils and
Implements of husbandry. For particulars apply to ■
W. D, FERRIS,
Ljtnd Agent, to.
New Westminster,
20th April, 1883. ap21tc
15.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BUHRAKD       INI-ET.
Newly Built and Newly Furnished,
Large and Commodious.
OHE OF THE 6E8T HOTELS OH TKE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view  of that
inngntficeiit sheet of water known aa
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Paeifiu
-   Railway.
HI'IT*    Or    BOOMH    FOR    KtMRIKH.
S33' Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
lie strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises,
JOSEPH  MANNION.
Colonial Hotel
COLOMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
. pletely re-furnished and otherwise
greatly improved this well-known establishment, I have the pleasure to announce tliat it is uow
PEIMT
For the reception of Guests.
Conveniently located and well appointed iu every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all the most modern appliances, It
will be found in every respect the best,
as H is tho largest and most commodious,
Hotel ou the Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the vory best management both as regards rrisixt and
attendance,'and parties desiring them
can lyivo PRIVATR DINING ROOMS,
with sjmL'itil nttendnuce.
THE  BAR ROOM
Io utocketl with the choicest Winks and
I-iQiroits, and the best brands of Cnuit-s
-vill always be liept on hand.
THE BILLIARD ROOM
la spacious and well appointed, and provided with Stbah UK's Patent CUSHION
TABLKS, the best iu use.
S-JT Good   attendance   aud   moderate
charges.
J. E, INSLEY,
PnOl'IUKTOIt k M AXAHKlt.
December 1, 1882.
New Westminster & Seattle!
THE  STEAMER
k. O. «K\J l,ll\, M.IHTIX,
WILL SAIL FROM NEW WEST-
MINSTKll
livery Werim'Mlny, .11«. „,.,
For SEATTLE, vin SAN JUAN nnd
PORT TOWNSEND, connecting with
stonmors for nil points on the Sound.
Returning, will unil from SEATTLE
every Mouilny, nt 7 n. in., nniving here
nn Tucsdny nfternoon.
For rates of Freight or Passage, apply
to
J. A. R. HOMER, Agent,
apl4to New West.
FORSALE:
NEW   MILCH   COWS   AMD
. _ Calves, and 40 Hogs. To be am
at tho shop of the undersigned, Ladner's
Landing. Also, 12 yoke broken oxen,
very large, girth 1_ feet. Enquire of W,
H. Ladner, Ladner's Landing, or U.
Nelson k Co.. Yale, er A. M, Nelson,
New Westminster. Will trade them for
beef cattle, at lowest cash price.
jc30-tc] U. NELSON k CO.
Farm for Sale.
CONTAINS 232 ACRES; FENCED,
dyked, and drained, and 70 acret
under cultivation. There are on tiie
premises four good, houses, and all she
machinery- necessary for conducting
farming operations. Intending purchasj
ers may learn particulars on application
to the undersigned. Terms eash.
JAS. W. BOOTH,
je27-lm] Ladner's Landing.
THE SHOP AND PREMISES ON
Columbia St., next the Customs
House, lately occupied by Nelson Bros.
Tho situation is excellent for any business purpose. The building is divided
into two shops, aud has a good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain, or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply on
tlm premises to
ap21tc W. J. FRENCH.
FORJSALE,
LOT  2,   BLOCK   IX.
"    i,    "      xxn.
"   io;    "      xxvra.,
City of New Westminster.
—ALSO—
LOT   4,   BLOCK   I.
"_ 8 4 9,    «        III.
""       4y " V, W
"      3,       " X.
"   18, 19, & 20, BLOCK XIIi.(
Suburban Lands. -
Apply to
H. V*. EDMONDS,
'   Stew Westminster,
or to ALLSOP k MASON,
nuSOte Victoria.
Dairy Farm for Sale!
MR. C. CHADSEY, OF SUMAS,
wishing to retire from business on
account of failing health, offers for sale
on reasonable terms his splendid improved
Dairy Farm, consisting of 520 acres of
Smine land, of whioh lfiO acres are un
ur fence. There is a good dwelling
house on the place, also barn, dairy,
sheds, and stables; an excellent weU and
a large orchard of choice fruit; and in
short every improvement necessary for a
comfortable home and for carrying on a
large and profitable business jn dairy prq*
duce. Dairy stock and fannjng implements will be sold with the farm if'de-
sired. For terms apply to the owner on
the placo, personally or by letter.
Snnias, April 6,1883, aplltc
-OF-
VALUABLE LAND,
I AM INSTRUCTEDBYTHEMORfp.
gagee to sell, by public auction, at my
ollice, Columbia street, on WedQMiRJr,
the 15th day or August next, at if
o'clock a, m., under power of Bale contained in a mortgage which will be produced at the time of Bale, the SW 1 of
Section 15, Township 8, District of Neir
Westminster. A number of acres are
cleared, and there ia a good dwelling
house and other buildings. For particulars apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Auctioneer.
Or to     GORDON E. CORBOULD,
jyl t-td] Solicitor for Mortgagee,
W. R. HOAR'S
NEW HARNESS SHOP
Columbia St., opp. Hyack Hall.
Every description of work in
SADDLES,
(English or Mexican,)
Carriages or Wagon Harness, Leather,
Horse-Clothing etc. *&'The best Santa
Cruz Leather used. Charges moderate,
A trial solicited, [tnyl9-tc.
NEW   GOODS!
-■AT—
E. ELLIOTT'S
COLUMBIA   STREET.
JUST AKBIVKD, A GOOD 8ELKC-
tion of DRY GOODS, comprUlngi—
l««.. Mktwu, Frenet HnmAMi,
ladle.' Md dusts' Hok, ••lun, n«,
Md HMdltneMelh, IMbi. Md mm.
HI, wl In.., T.U. Ua«a, Brawl ■•llMds,
<MIcm>, Sluwls, BlMkets, Ac lie...
el*. Terebene Mm, ■«<», md Abswad
<a,r.rlnr, Calvert's I'arbaMe, Brawls
Windsor, Ferramrry, Ac
AIso-BardwaH, Taala, Baar Vllllais,
Bash fasteners, Screw., Halts, ate.
Anent, (or Barter Twd.Mrn's Wad»
lai. WrlnrlH, aad Huullat Baekla.
(Is*- prise London, Purls ani Vienna Kxhl-
blilmis. will mill tor (.mils- of Iin I
haunt no Iroiilnn). tnhn NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Grand Excursion Jno, Irving
County Court E. A. Jeims
Teacher Wanted L. Thornton;
Notice John Robson
f he gtritish Gotambhui,
We-Ur-tUN) Meralng. J«'J «. lww-
An Unwise Policy.
Strangers coming to any country
are very apt to form impressions
from the people tbey meet. Indeed
thoy can scarcely do otherwise, If
those with whom they come in contact nre hospitable, obliging, and
ready to give information und assistance, tho impression will be favorable; but it will he tho reraise if
everywhere the new-comer meets
with coldness nnd discourtesy. The
deportment of tlie peoplo may be a
very unfair and uncertain index
from which to judge the country.
Everybody knows that a man whose
stomach is deranged, who is suffering from dyspepsia, will almost certainly take a very gloomy view of
his circumstances nnd surroundings.
His ailments cannot alter the circumstances or surroundings, any
more than the conduct of tho poople can affect the productiveness of
of the land. But our judgment is
to a great extent influenced by our
feelings, and we often see things
through colored spectacles. On several occasions facts havo been
brought to our knowledge which
would seem to indicate that there
are many people iu this province
who do not care for the progress or
development of the country. Indeed
their actions indicate n feeling of
decided hostility towards immigrants,
whatever their intentions mny be.
New comers arc generally ignorant
of our resources, and need to be informed at every step. But they
seek information in vain. They ure
addressed gruffly, treated with absolute rudeness, nnd in some cases
with positive cruelty. Thero are
many complaints made of such
treatment, aud with very good reason. If we want people to settle in
this province, surely wo should endeavor to show them some friendly
attention, nud nid them in their
endeavors to iiiul locations suited
to their purpose. We have been
long enough asking for immigrants,
and now when they ure coming we
shall be pursuing a most unpatriotic
and suicidal policy if wc drive them
from our shores disgusted with the
impression that they are not wanted.
There is room in this proviuce yet
for many thousands, nnd the development of our resources will turn
out an advantage to every one. We
hope we may uot have cause to refer to this matter again.
The Columbia Salmon catch.
Salmon canning on the Columbia
river does not seem tu hnve been a
complete  success this season.     In
the early part of the senson the lish
came with considerable uncertainty,
and  the canneries could not work
full time.   The price of fish also began at a very high figure, ranging
from 75  cts.  to $1 each; and as
there was no corresponding advance
in the market for canned Hsh, it is
doubtful if there wus left any suf-
ficient margin for profits.   On the
1st- of July there had been put *ip
340.500 cases by the 38 canneries
on Columbia river, and it is expected
the catch this season will fully equal
that of last year.    This result is
partly owing to the increased number  of  canneries, and to the diligence manifested by the fishermen,
whose  exertions havo been stimulated by the high prices paid.     But
cannery men are doubting whether
they would not have been just as
well off if their establishments had
remained   closed during the whole
season.   They say there is absolutely
no money in the business with raw
fish   at such  an exorbitant figure.
Several of them have been working
on half time, and others shut down
before the end of tbe Ashing season
had been reached.     The Astorian
•   says that since the first of July fish
have   been   running iu very large
numbers, so largo indeed that the
canning   establishments   were   not
able to handle them.    One result of
this rush has been a great full in tlio
price of fresh fish.   Last week they
could be purchased at the canneries
for 30 to 50 cts.   But when these
low figures were reached  many of
the   fishermen   struck  and   went
away.   It became a question among
the   canners   whether they should
,   continue to take advantage of the
rush  or content  themselves with
what they had already put up.   Tlie
season's  operations   have,  on   the
whole, been extremely discouraging,
and If a fall should take place in
the market for canned salmon, the
prospective profits may be turned
into a considerable loss.   The fish
themselves are Baid to be very fine
this year, large, and in every way
equal to those of former seasons.   It
may be  doubted* however, if the
OMaing business on Columbia -river
is capable of any further extension.
The industry hns reached such large
proportions that u poor season would
certainly produce loss. The amount
of capital invested is very large,
and investors will have to be contented with much smaller profits
than hitherto prevailed. Not many
years ago it wus possible for a man
to make his fortune in one season
nt salmon packing, but we are afraid
those times nro now gone from this
const for a period at least.
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, FOENORTHAltMl'UB-
. licschool, aqnalified teacher. A],
plications must lie scut iu by the 7th
July.   A'Ulress,
L. THOIiNliKRG,
jy25-til] Sec, Nortii Ann V. O.
GRAND EXCURSION
 MOM	
New Westminster
 TO	
VICTOBIA.
The iiiagiiiliuutit steamer
Yosemite
Will give an excursion on
SATURDAY, JULY 28th,
As follows:
Leave Now Westminster for Victoria
ut 7 u. in.    Returning, will arrive at
New WestnihiBtor about 8 p. m.
Fare for lie uud Trip,  -  •  •  $3.00
On tho return trip the steamer will
bring an excursion party from Victoria,
whicli will return on Tuesday morning.
lt] JNO. HIVING, Mnuoger.
COUNTY COURT.
POSTPONED.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the  noxt  sitting  of  the  County
Court will he held on Wednesday, Stii
August, 188,1.
Dated July 24th, 18S3.
E. A. JENNS,
Registrar County Court,
jyilo-td Now Westminster,
NOTICE.
A COURT OF ASSIZE, AND OF
Nisi Prius, and of Oyer and Terminer, and of General Gaol Delivery,
will ho held at Victoria on Mbhdav,
20th August, 1883.
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secrelai-y's Office,
Vicioria, II. C., lSlh July, 1SS.S.
 jy25-td	
School Furniture.
1 TABLE, 24 CHAIRS, 2(i DESKS, 0
1 Maps, 2 Blackboards,  1 Bell; almost
now; for sale at a Decided Bargain.
jy2l tc] E. ROBSON
HIGH SCHOOL
THE OOLLEOIATK AND HIGH
School will not re-open on the lat
of August, as announced. Classes will
be formed, however, and instruction given in high school subjects between tlio
hours of 3 and fl p. m. of every day except Sunday; so that pupils, by taking
at the public schools in the forenoon the
studies common to both public and high
schools, aud attending tliese classes iu
the nfternoon, may receive the full benefit of an ordinary high school course.
For terms and particulars apply to the
undersigned. H. M. STftAMBKRO.
New Westminster, July 20, 1883. [lm
FOR   SALE.
TENDERS WILL  BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned up to noon on
Wednesday. 8th August next, for the
purchase of 13 milch cows, the property
of the late Hugh McRobcrts, togothor
with tho appliances for tho milk business,
consisting of cans, pails, ke., and the
good-will of the business. The successful tenderer will bo entitled to the use
of the stables for a limited time, at a
nominal rent. Particulars on application. Tho highest or any tender not
necessurilv accepted.
F. McCLEERY, Executor.
Dated July 20th, 1883. [jy21-td
NOTICE.
ESTATE OF EBENEZER BROWN, DECEASED.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO
the above Estate arc requested to
pay the same to the undersigned, J. S.
Itnovett, at New Westiniuster; and nil
claims against the said estate nre to be
sent in accordingly.
J. S. KNEVE'IT, 1 ,,       .
W. C. WARD,    j »W«tow.
Dated 12th July, 1883. jlyUml
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A DULY-QUALIFIED
male teacher for Prairie school.
Duties to commence at the beginning of
next term.   Apply to
A. INNES, Sec'y,
jy4-to] Langley.
Municipal Notice.
ALL PERSONS ARK HERKBY Notified that the provisions of the
Municipal By-Laws will he strictly enforced.        HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Mayor.
Now Westminster, July 10, 1883.   [tc
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
no bills for goods furnished on account of tbe corporation will he paid unless supplied by nn order from the Mayor
or some member of the Council.
By Order.
-   JAMES OUR, CM.C.
New Westminster, July 17, 18S3.   [IS-tc
Executor's Notice.
Is TIIK ESTATB ok Huou MoRoiiEUTS,
Deceased,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
nil sums due  to tlie above estate
must bo pnid to   VV.  J).   Ferris, Esq,,
witlilii one month from date; ami
ull claims ngaiust the said estate must be
presented to him within the same period.
V. MuCLEERY, Executor.
July 20th, 1883. [iy21.hu
AUCTION SALE.
PRELIMINARY   NOTICE.
HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUC-
tions, I will sell by public unction
at the residence of tho late Mr. H. McRoborts, Ferris street,. New Westminster, tm Wednesday next, the 23th in-
stout, at 10 o'clock tt. ni., the whole of
hia household furniture and other effects.
Full particulars of which will Ite given
in due time. T. J. TRAI'P,
jyl 8-ttlj Auctioneer.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I intend to make application to tho
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase ItiO acres of
land at Port Simpson, described as follows: NW -J section 29, township 1,
range 5; 180 acres.
G. PITTENDRIGH.
Now Westminster, July 7, 1883.   [14-2m
Nqnon.
NOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN THAT
I intend to make application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase lfiO acres of
land at Port Ltmpsnn, described ns follows: SW i section 32, township 1,
range 5) 160 acres.     J. C, HAYNES.
Per G, Pittexdrigu. Att'y.
New Weitmlniter, July 7.1688. [14-2m
BOYS' SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Pbiscu'al, * * - REV. C. J. DENTON
Cfi-iuliuito of King's CoDcl'o, N. s.
This institution will be opened hi tbo
Fall. Board and Tuition, $200 per annum. For particulars apply to the Bhih-
op of New Westminster. fjy7-3m.
•-A.11 Saint's
Mission School
NICOL.A_VAL.LEY.
Ltliv PniKOfki - -  ■ MISS WESTON
NO CHARGE FOR TUITION.
For terms for .Boiu-dern apply to
JOHN CLAITKRTON,
jy7-3m] Hon. Secretary.
NOTICE.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
j.\ the undersigned intends making application tn the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to pur-
chnao 200 ucreB (more or loss) of land in
Now Westminster District, described as-
follows: All that portion of ait Island
lying in the Nortii .Skwamish River,
emptying into Howe Sound. Said portion of said Island being all that portion
nf said Island .situate south of the
Skwamish Indian Reserve.
JAMES VAN BKAMKR.
my30-2tn
GEM JARS,
JELLY GLASSES,
CHEAP TUMBLERS,
 AND .
Bottling" "'vXTass
—AT—
O. G.MAJOR'S.
jyai-tc
IMPORTANT TO
FISH CANNERS
THEMMWlMTCWQR
THIS SIMPLE DEVICE SAVES AT
least ninety per cent, of the labor of
cleaning cans, aud also prevents leakers.
It is exceedingly simple, cannot get out
of order, and will lust for years. It hns
been adopted iu the canning establishments nf Messrs. Laidlaw k Co. and
Ewen ft Co., where it gives grout satisfaction. The Protectors will lie sold at
a very reasonable figure in comparison
with the benclit derived. Patented in
Canada, aud patent applied for in the
United States. Canneries supplied by
Messrs. E. S. Scoullar k Co. Particulars on application.
jy2I-lm]        THOS. LEVI,Patents.
C E
To Contractors andBuilfa
ClEALED TENDERS, PROPERLY
£5 endorsed, will be received by the
Honourable the Chief Commissioner of
Lauds and Works up tn noun ou Thursday, 11)0 20th hist., for the erection of
a Lock-up at Crauvillc.
Plans and specifications can be seen,
and forms of tender obtained, at the ofiiee of J, C, Hughes, Est)., Government
Agent, New Westminster.
The lowest nor any tender uot necessarily accepted.
W. S. GORE, Surveyor-Oen'l.
Lauds and Works Depurtmout,
Victoria, B.C., Ifitli Julv, 1883.
jylS-td.
Frank Siddall's Soap
FURNISHED BY
HENRY W. HUGHES.
THE ABOVE ARTICLE HAVING
been tried by nearly every lady in
town with success, needs little or no de
scriptiou, but for strangers the following
is printed:—It does the washing for u
family in two hours; no boiling allowed;
littlo or no rubbing on the hoard: blue
unt needed; does no harm to clothes.
Plenty of reference if desired. One liar
does two weeks' washing. The finest
soap known for fuce aud hands, shaving,
etc. Once used, it becomes a necessity.
Money refunded if tbe above is not true.
The undersigned being the Hist to introduce it, respectfully asks the ladies to
fiatroniac him. Orders kindly received
iy Ellard k Co., nt the Occident Hotel,
nud orders received and Soai- supplied
nt Mr. C. G. Major's, cor. Columbia and
Alat'j; streets;
Boing well known as agent for nil
newspapers, magazines, - and books sold
by agents only, I need no introduction.
To those out of town, a letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
H. W. HUGHES,
mh21 New West., B, 0,
GTtFATBAFiROF VAlilTIUbK
HU ifflfl
L,
British Columbia
Tha lamest and lilosl hnpfirtant's
Ken] Kstali'liy  iitielii.li  th<*( .-ver
place in BrltlHli Colnmliiii will
COLONIAL HOTE
New Westminster, on
Tuesday E?e'g, July 31,1883
The list,comprises Ci!,v iiiul Sul-i'ir
lots in New WrsMiiii].-!."]'; T-iv.n -ui.i
l.iirli-m lots in Mn' Town ■..' I'm-t M<n
Tnwn tiinlKiil-iii-l-'iii lolsat Coal Ihii'
Iiuiimveil ami rniiniimveil Iniiils «>n
Frnser river. It Is not yet complete
now pan-els are hehnrreei'lv»"(l uml wil
t'timiiiL* In until the iliiv nf stile. |-Vr>
wlslifn--; to |.-uvhii-, slmiihlcoiiimiiiiii
wiili tin- unilerslane I aiul nimilii a
iisi previous to mitt!
DESCRIPTION OFPMIPERTir
port MOODY,—A number of lots on
theClnrlt eslule, ns Mlows: ],Ih--1; I, lots
•2, ;!,■!, 7,uml S, (illxt.'B feel; l,|ot*lc II, hii.sS
llllll Ojlpliii-lt V, lots Vi, li, iiiul 7; l.ltn-l-: VI.
lot* 4 ninl .1; liloek VI, twu lull/ lolK.easi.
llllll wesl nf lot I, iSiixfilf iVi'l** hloek VII, lots
!t,Uiunn; hloek VII, two hair lots, east
nml west of lol '1, ftlxiffi feel. A mini her or
lots on the Murray estate. Ulni-lt 1 lot 21;
hlock 2, lot !fll; Jiloelt 11, lol !>. 011 .Inlm
street, hloek I, lot ::0; liloek 11, lols 17 ninl
48; block :t, lol .Ti; hloek  I, lot 1!); hloek 1,
lot i'i; lot 17(1, nortii --urii iin acres, SO-
foot rond running throuixh {l'is.|iro|ii'i'ly,
tliu whole woll wutereil, with u southi-rii
aspect, mul within |:[ chains uf suit water.
HAHTINUK.--l(locIt I, lol IH). wafer priv-
lloire.
BUIUtAU»INIil'/l\HOAI).—Lot .'■", 100
-Lot as,
range 4 wesl, lorn-ivy-; lot Iii, rnii->i* 4 west,
-lit acres.
SOUTH AU.M, I'Yaser Itlv--r.-r.i-l I-KJ.
ruiitfiM, Wi acres, Mil open nnilrle, 1(1 ncres
tlmlier, 100 frtill-liciirlni* frees, one ham
.'HlxlHJ feet, one <lwe| I In-- fjouse 18x:il).
MAl'J-K RIDGE.- Hileii Hank Itanch,
slluale uu I'-rnscr river, consist in-,'of ISO
acres of iiusti iiuni. imiof wliich are cleared
SO under cm)) and fiO pasture, lame orchard
consisting of from UK) lu im fruit trees,
apple, plum and cherry, '1 good Trained
barns, ;!0x4» ami .'fflx'll feet; -J dwelling
houses, one 1J-.J story wil li !i rooms, 11 nil one
I story with :i rooms nnd kitchen; wood
shed, piggery, nud tipple house Tills
properly is splendidly sltttnte-1, hnving
post and express oill-.-s uu tlie 'nvinl.'is-
railway will inn in front of linus**, tiu-i is
within I';; miles of niilwnydiallimicliiirch
iimlscliouls close: slock consist Ing of Ml
milch cows, (I horses, uhi-'lu-c-,uiiil hunhs;
farifling implements to he sold with
ranch.
rANGLKY.— -Mountain' View Ranch,
consisting of ;i7.'* acres of laiol, HKi of wlilcli
nre under, crop ami fuircod, with a cm 11-
iiiniliousunii eoiiifoi'lnhtedwcilln-.- house,
and upwards of 54000 Improvements; this
Is 11 rare chance for uny one wishing n
houiesleinl.as the land Is of sii|iei'iorquality nnd next to lln- far-famed Hudson
Ray t.'o.'s rami.
MISCELLANEOUS.- Block .*■ mirth,
range r> wesl, 10J'..;acres, ensi '...-■■ lil. Kloek
fi, range » west, pari of lo! HI; |l ncres; '2(1
iii-res- pnili'ie, 1':: aeres willow and crnh-itp-
|ili-, Willi l-l-ooin.-il liilil!>e|- hotise, loiliflie
and groove; Ilie whole hns h.-i-u ilvk-il;
II miles from New We-tnilnslcr, Tlie Mill
siteot HaiTl.-on river, wilii luiililings,orchard and :LWt nver-sliul wah-r wheel; liill
acres uf land with eerlilicnte of Improvements: also 801) acres of leased (lnil>cr
Inilds. MlSaeivs of Ilie I.i si i-rairle laml
in Ilie Province, in one hloek; situate oil
Iturtnn 1'ralrle, :i( the hack of SI. Mnry's
Mission and very near the line of 1'. T. il.,
with one small house (hereon; one of Ihe
must desirable pieces of land iu the Pro-
luce   for   fanning   purposes.
:aiicli, Xicniumon slotigli; mil roi
ri-li';.-)
. .MOne ,
lion, in timothy; I.-.II fVuil-b.
Khod 800x14 fl, 80 iicrcs, Kqurtb
roomed lumber liousi'jgood lirorv; macres
tinder viiHIvalfnn; -"O bearing fruit lives,
principally apple; with mowing machine,
liny ruke, span horses, 2 plows, harrow,
set hlaeksiiili Moots and shop. Seels Saii-i
». Tp 14,(HO acres In eiu-h; lelet-i-uph line
running through; clny loam: nn heavy
timber, mostly copswooil. l,ot 117, '.'roup
one, containing US ncres, situate at lhe
Junclluu of Pitt and Kraser rivers; li miles
from New Westminster; pari I v d-ared;
splendid river privileges; close lo line of
IJ. P. It. SO acres, north V, of northeast ';,
section !i, township II, willi road runuIng
Ihron-'h to Mud Ilny: H miles from New
Wcslinioster; aider lioltiun, witli .ir to
south.    Sunny Side Stuck Ranch, nr llio
rout ur Nicola Lake, 1 -isiln- ..f ^lia-res
f shore
Hue
1 Nici
I Lu
lock 1
if :SU00 acres;     	
head of entile, Including steers of .*, amtli
years old; s head of horses;-food ilw.-llin-r
huusc; slahles, corrals, fanning implements, household furniture, etc.; iias
mills, schools and ehuivh in lhe luimedl-
lltC neighborhood. Lots ail and i;i)J.i:;oa|i
■2, und south wesl '; secllon-i, lownslilp 17,
4.10 ncres:; ;itl0of wtlicll Is open prairie; |.-,ij
acivs of hlgli land; maplo and alder; l.'i
acres cleared nnd fenced; guud dwelling
house of 7 rooms; barn and sheds liilxiitl tt
liotding l(l(i Ions of liav aud slablln- Tn
head of slock; good dairy aixl:', lath and
plasietvil, double wails, 18 Inches aparl;
-Ull fruit-bearing trees from lu to Ijvears
old; fiO acres prairie reiieed, and V'., miles
of ellciicul; is one uf tin- bes! siocl; and
dairy farms on i-'ru-:ct" river; will be sold
on ensy tenns,
NKW WKSTMINSTHR.-Uinek 18, lol 7,
city. Rlnck'Jtl, lul :i, citv. I thick a, lol in,
subusbaii. Lots :', :l, II, 8, (',iiml 10, I'elliain
street, SI. Andrew's Win.I. Hlock :!|, lot •_'.
Block :!1, lot II; three eo'ta-.'fs frontin.- mi
l-lilltoii place and Clintoii s'n-e!(iii lots
each li(i-..',x«lifl. Hloek I), ;aibdiv!sluiis or
hilt land J.snlinrban. Nu. I iiin*->r lot,
ii-i\ll"i rt I'rontngc on l*;irk Inne and I'elliain slreel. |,ols 2 In 7, froullllg on l'e|-
liuni street. Lot K,corner, fi-outlligim I'el-
liiim street. Lois II ami ill, HJ.\178 ft eaeli,
fronting nn I'elliuin and Clintoii streets.
Hlock :i, lul 111,suburban,f>acres, partlaltv
cleared; close lo 11.irlh road, liloek I, bit
Iti; l-'»ueivs;s|i|eiidiil timber lol; wiliiina
l.llleofeity. Illuel; XI.lu! I, frontiin: .,n
Kills stivei. Hloek l'7, lul II; ai-'oo-.lloi;
pointing uu ('ariiarvon slreel. Block :;■!, s
'..of lot 17, l-lll of an acre. Hlock :!H, N','.
tif lol 17,4-lOof nn acre. Hlock :n, lol Uf,
snbdlvislnii Nu, I, fronting on Queen's
Avenim und Hondas street and lane;
splendid building site. Subdivision No.
'2, rrutltillg nil Diilljilns street and lime.
Subillvislnii No. :i, fi-onting 011 hoiigias
slreel nud lane. Hlock itl, lul iM, from Ing
nn Agnes street, Louise -riirdciis and lane;
* iced, clcurcd. Ac; barn ou the lul; n
id site. Block ">, bit 7, I acre; graded,
_. aiedaiid fenced; rt-unliug mi Queen's
Avenue. Block a, lol H; | acre; graded,
clcurcd and fenced; fronting on Queen's
Avenue; splendidly sihiate.l, nd join:: lhe
ivsidetiec of W. H. Townsend, Ksi|. Hlock
H, lul .*!; ltlaercs;slreain running lhroii.:h
in-oi.eriy. Block 14, lol II; 8 acres. Hlock
III, lot IK; •_»;,' lieri-s. Hlock III, lo! 7; Jx.'i
chains. Hlock •»), lols2and ;i; :licnciii--n!s
on tills lol lclfur;.'j,-7, and sin respectively.   Block -111, luHi;  liouse and  lol, Albert
Terruce,   2un ucrcs of html on ihcscott
roaiLoliposileNewWcsniiinster:!;1., miles
from Fraser river.
Until fiirtluir norice, an Aindiun Sidu
will he held oil the lirst .Saturday of
every month, hegiiining Saturday, Aug-
ust 4th, IS83, at which will he oil'i-rcil
ueiiural iiierchniidise, farm and dairy pro*
once, oto. Any person having anything'
to sell, and any person wishing to purchase, should attend.
III conuectinu with tho Agl'ioultlirnl I'air
to he held iu this city, the lilitlorStgucil
proposes holding
AN AUCTION SALE
On the evcuili" of the first dn,y nf  I-'alr
of llumcKtuiulti, Wild idtiiil, Kir.   On
the second day of Fair au auction sale
will fio hold "of" Stock nnd hi nn I'm-
(lllCCt This will give an opportuuity to
Farmcra of disposing nf their hrcoiliiig
ami other stock, and also to purchasers
ncliiuiceofgi'tliugwhat iln'i may
require in that line, without haviih- to
search to country for the name, Thia
early opportunity is taken with a view
to giving parties desirous of disputing of
their Farms or property, ample time
to make the xaiue public, «> that
likely purchasers may have an opportunity of visiting and seeiii" for themselves,
which they could not do at 11 short notice.     This will, he ail  ()|)|M)rtilMilj
that has never occurred before, ami
every Farmer should make a point of
visiting New Westminster on that occasion.   Ail tliat Ih required of those
who wish to dispose ol tlieir property Ib
that they communicate I'll 11 [HII'llCtllilVN
to the undersigned ns soon as po-silih*,
giving the lowest COKll price they will
take for tho same. If sueh price is not
realized there will he no charge made.
In this way a farm or 11 tract of land tit
Cnrihoo or Kamlnop-i or Nicola Valley
can ho disposed of without the owner lining put to the least expense or inconvenience thereby. Fnll particulars of milo
in duo time.
T. J. TRAPP,
jyl4-td Auotioiiior.
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A DULY QUALIFIED
Teacher for Tremint Public Sohool.
Apply to W. H, LADNEH.Scc.
Ladner's Landing.
Colonist copy jy21ml
Saddlery Lost.
A CASE OFSADDLERY, ADDKESB-
cd "J. C. Haynes, Esq., OsoyooB, B.
C."j lust seen in H. II. Co.'sstore, Hope,
in the fall of 1882, The Saddlery wna
made by "Lcimaii, Gruftou street, Dublin." A suitable reward will hu given
for tho recovery of the articles.
G. P1TTEND1UUH,
For J. G, Haynes.]    New Westminster.
 jyl 8-1111. 	
P^or <3-irls.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Lady Pihnoh-ai,,    -   MISS DAWSON
Vioe Frinc-h-ai,, - MISS K. DAWSON
For terms for Hoarder-- ami Day scholars, apply to
U E. WOODS,
Jy7-te] Hon. Secretary.
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Shotguns, Rifles, Revolvers go to
If you want a day's sport, call at
Cartridges, Powder and Shot buy nt
Fish-hooks, Flies, Lines and Roils see
For fragrant Cigars k Tobacco use
WBBB'S.
Meerschaum, Briar and Wood Pipes goto
Tobacco Pouches, Purses, Match Safes at
WBBB'S.
Spectacles, Rending nnd Eye Classes
tbat you enn see through at
Pocket Knives, Razors k Scissors, get
WEBB'S.
Playing Cards, Dice k ClienuoB sec
WE3ES.
Machine Needles, Oil & Attachments, try
WBBB'S.
What you cannot got elsewhere
•WeloTD's O-Ot.
WHO IS WEBB?
CALL AND SKIS.
Coluinbiii St., New Westminstor, B. C.
-*»TJHTSIMCITH.
. jcgQ-SB-to
RANGES
STOVES,
TINWARE.ETC.ETC
Brass Cocks, Valves, Stenm Gauges, Pipe
and Pipe  Fittings in Endless
Variety.    All hinds of
SHIP AND HOUSEWORK AND
GENERAL JOBBING
Done in neatest style ami most thorough
manucr.
Of every description on hand.
CANNERY SUPPLIES
And work a specialty.
E.S.SCOULLAR&CO
Wholesale dealers k Manufacturers,
Columbia   Street,   New  Westminster,
mylfl-tc.
1). 8, OlfllTIS, Si OL'AltKtt, M. ».
DIR1DTIMP0ETERS
And wholesale and retail dealers in
Drng8&Clieiiiical89
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
DYE STUFFS,
Lamps nnd Lamp Goods, etc,
Oils of Every Description.
Solo Agents for
"SKID GREASE."
COLUMBIA STREET,
One door from Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
myO.to.
New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new goods
consisting in part of
XDKTT   O-COIDS,
Clothing-.
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection of
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stone building, Columbia
street. mylOtc.
Front street,
New  Westminster, B. C.
 Dealer in	
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
.    GLASSWARE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND  CAPS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING
GRAIN,
FEED,
SEEDS,
POTATOES,
LIME, ETC.
Special attention to Farmers' Supplies. Produce of all kinks purchased
at highest market prices. Orders by
mail will receive prompt attention.
chas. Mcdonough.
myi6-tc.
TRAPP
BROS.
Importers of
GENERAL
WIS HAVE
New Goods
 FROM-
LONDON   DIRECT*
SELLING
-OFF-
SELLING
-OFF-
MmmrtkWi
■—FOR THIS-
Ml
Great Reduction
-FOR-
CASH ONLY
'Hie remainder of their largo and
WELL ASSORTED STOCK
Of Spring nml Summer
DRESS GOODS
CLOTHING AND
MILLINERY
To Mnke room for n large
Now on tlio way for tlm Fall anil
Winter Trade,
Call And Examine.
jyll-tc.
Man Wanted.
ONE WHO CAN TAKE CHARGE
of and run a Huntington Shinglo
Shingle Maolilnu. Steady employment
ant good wages to a first-class man. No
othor need apply.
R. STEVENSON,
Jy7to] Chllllwhaok.
Beautiful Designs,
LOVELY SHADES,
ME MATERIAL,
EXCELLENT WEAR,
LOW PRICES.
Harvesting Machinery.
Buckeye and Warrior Mowers, Steel Plows, Gilpin and
Ithica Horse Bakes, the John-
Btone Combined Reaper and
Mower, the Johnstone Reaper, the EcConnick Harvester
and Binder (the best in the
market). Harpoon Hay Porks.
TRAFF
BROS.,
AUCTIONKERS.
Jon-te.
IMPORTANTTO SHIPPERS.
Nkw Tiihoijuh ltoui'K Bktwkkn Pout-
LANI> ANI) Nl'AV WFJiTMINSTKU.
mHE OitEGON KAILWAY AND
X Navigation Co. will diBpatch tho
steamer (ilpsy from Now Tacoma with
flour and merchandise for Now West-
mister direct on July 12th, 1883, ami
thereafter at regular intervals.
Through rates from Portland, flour
and feed, JO per ton of 2,000 lhs.j inoi-
chnndiso, 88 per ton of 2,000 lbs.
JNO. MUIR, Supt. of Traffic.
A. L. STOKES, Asst. Supt. Traffic.
jyi-to] O. E. CLANCY, Agent.
CLOCKS
C.   M.   McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LARfi.
est assortment of Clocks ever held
on tho Mainland of Uritish Columbia.
Nickel Clocks, at ""■.»,-> (wiwanted),
Belli   Tlioniiis'  Nickel Alarm, at
$3.26.
All kinds of  Jlmiipl  and   Olliee
Clocks.
IValttinm IVlltcllCS, coin Bilvor enscs,
from $15 upwards.
A fine assortment of Stirling Silver'
Jewelry, of the latest designs.
Silver Plate Ware and optical
floods.
Columbia Street,
au2 Now Westminster, B.C.
IRSJ.E«ffl,
OPPOSITE P10NKKK WHARF,
FRONT STREET,
NKW     WESTMINSTER.
ni I'OUTKR AND DEALER IN
Dry Ooods, Clothiiiic,
lints and Milliner)-,
Fancy Goods, Jewelry.
Ilools nnd Shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
cikiiw nnd Tobaccos,
Fruits and Confectionery.
Stock largo aud well selected. All
Ooods first-class, ond will ho sold at
very low prices for ensh.
mhl4 M. ECKSTEIN.
1862.
1883.
COLUMBIA
HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
JAMES
tfc CO.,
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS.
GENERAL
WE HAVE NOW THE
most extensive stock
to be found in the Province,
consistinpf of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries nnd Provisions,
Patent Medicines, Hardware,
Agricultural Implements,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp
Stock, Paints, Oils, Ship
Chandlery and Stores, StoveB
and Tinware, Plumbers''
Goods, Plaster,Cement, Lime,
:., &c.
Orders for the above solicited. Prices cut low. Terms
Cash.
April Oth, 1883.
■pr liu gtritfeh Cotambum.
HrtlBMiIay MornliiK, July *.l, itltRt,
consign keh.
Perns. VICTORIA from Run Francisco,
JuUai—A Ouilordonk, A M Herrliiu, (' F
WHlnrd.CG Major, C Mcl'oiioiijjli, J)Mc-
PliiKlcn, Douglas & DelKhton. 1) Mills, D
H Curtis & Co, E K Kcoulliir & Co, K Ulmp-
ixiiiii.ULelst'r.UllAHliwcll.iruvt-iisACo,
H T, H W HilgllfH, J Cimnliicliiuii A On
.    -  ..      ..       D-.VO|     ■'       V.'.llllll.lfi.l.ll.l     IY.   *_.!*,
JAR Homer, J Murray, .1 HPlOftOO.'J
Vuir, Jon Vise, J 8, J G G, Kylo & Tllton,
L Willie, LOold, Eiiiiiia Hold, Mrs I. Kek-
Hteln, PeterSummerfleM, P'Bi Royal riiy
Planing Mills, k Dickinson, h h Went*. fJ
Nelson,   Wm   Hue, Wm  (ioellerl. Win
Mogart, Wm McColl & Co, 1 toward Foster,
; J E Insley, F Eickhoff, J W Hciinossy.
Per-tteamer Enterprise, from Vicioria,
July 21-Mrt* McDonald, Mrs Blnckboiimo,
Mrs Smith, Capt and Mrs Xelson, Miss
Campbell, Dr Bentley, Messm Smith; Van
Volkenbugh, Ward, Charles, Warren,
Thompson, ami 10 others.
Por steamer Reliance, from Yale, July
'il—Mr and Mrs Onderdonk, Cunt unit Mrs
Nelson, Mrs Wllmot, Mrs Miner, Messrs
Barnard, English, Murray, McDonald,
Hoggin. Tingley, Refellclailo, Warren,
Brcnnet, Kipp, Ooghlan,nnd Johns.
Porstr. Irving, from Yale, July 23.—Bishop, Brown, Knight, Dockst-mdcr, Mrs
Henderson, Mrs McLennan, Dr Henderson, Johnson, Twecdle, Roads, Anderson,
Bouson, McCarty, Lawson, McCnfforty, J
Wood, and others.
.uly __ __.  _..._
McCullooh, Mr and If rs By rom, Mrs Fletcher, Mrs Woods, Mrs Christopher, Mrs
 ,   ...in   V ill -rni-|-iu-i,   mm
Troupe, Mrs Humnsoii, Mrs Green, Messrs
Hliadwell,  Smulfoy,
cu, i.ivanin
niiuuwuii, niuuui'.vt Sweeny, Hprilgllc.
Davlcs, Greenwood, A R Thompson, h
Delser, Peter Jones, J McAllister, M Frle-
der, Mniidy.Nlins, J Jackson, C Bunting,
Wnowdon, A M Nelson, E A Wfldhains.
On Saturday .evening the following
notice was posted on the outside of tho
new Dominion government building:
"To Lease; apply to Jpa. W. Trutch,
government agent, Victoria.*1* The
notice was not inappropriate whuu it
is remembered that the building, erected nt a large cost, has remained vacant
for nearly 4 months.
According to advices from the west
coast of Africa, H. M. Stanley, the ox-
ploror, was, in May, about to start on
a ton months' journey towards the east
coast. The Austrian explorer who was
with him had committed-suicide. Stanley had formed alliances with two upper Congo chiefs, thereby checkmating
the Fronoh explorer, DeBrazzn.
A, 0. F.- -At a regular mooting of
Court Dufferin, No. G304, Ancient Order of Forestera, held on tho 4th inst.,
the following officers were installed:
R. Thomas, C. R.j Ohiu. Digby, S. 0.
B.j Phil. Jackmnu, T. & S.; F. F.
Nelson, S. W.j L. Ross, J. W.; J. R.
Brennan, S. B.; Robt. Anderson,
J. B.; Jno. McMurphy, Trustee,
Port Hammond Junction. —We
have received from Mr. E. Mohun,
C. E., a plan of the new town of Port
Hammond. This prospective town is
the last point at which the C. P. R.
touches Fraser river before deflecting
towards Port Moody. The map shows
the railway track running through the
middle of the town. Port Hammond
may possibly oiler inducements for investment in the hoar future.
Ml
Mr. Jas. Taffandale caught a salmon
last Monday which weighed 50 lbs.
The walls of Mr. Cunningham's
new briok store are nearly finished.
Track laying began at Maple Ridge
on Monday, proceeding in the direction of Pitt river.
Our police court items to-day furnish some food for reflection. We shall
refer to the matter on Saturday.
On the 5th instant the barque Duke
of Abercorn is stated to have left Valparaiso for Burrard Inlet.
Workmen began erecting telegraph
poles yesterday for the line between
this eity and Ladner's Landing.
The fish were running fairly well on
Saturday, Sunday night and Monday,
but yesterday the run was slack.
There is a very large lire raging in
the bush, .on the south side of the
river, a short distance above this eity.
The Japanese are teaching about
2,000,000 children in their public
schools on American and English systems.
Our special despatch from Viotoria
gives tho result of the lunatic asylum
tenders, which were disposed of yesterday.
Thero is iv gang of mon making improvements on the Burrard Inlet road.
These improvements are greatly
needed.
Mr. Trapp will Bell the furniture and
household effects of the late Hugh
McRoberts at auction to-day. Salo at
10 o'clock.
Mr. C. G; Major is offering a very
large assortment of glassware, embracing tumblers, jelly glasses, gem jars,
Arc.   See adv.
Quite a number uf families from thia
city and elsewhere are enjoying the
beauties of Burrard Inlet during tho
warm weather.
Mra. Eckstein has rented one of the
stores just erected by Mr. Lundbom
on' Columbia st.,and took possession
of it yesterday.
The Enterprise made the trip to this
city from Victoria in (1:40 lost Saturday, and yesterday she took 11:05 for
thesame work!
Indian wives are cheap in Montana.
A Chinaman at Benton bought a Pie-
gan squaw and her pappoose for two
socks of musty flour.
At. a meeting of the publio school
trustees last Monday night Misa M. J.
White, M, E. L., was appointed
teacher in the second division.
Messrs. Kyle & Tilton received a
portion of their goods by the steamship Victoria, and are busily engaged
arranging them in their new store.
Judgo O'Brien, in addressing the
Grand'Jury at Limerick, declared that
the diminution in the number of outrages lately amounted to a social revolution.
A kangaroo mouse was captured the
other day in the ravine. This is said
to be the only bird of that species
ever found in this province. It is
quite tame.
The Kootenay Railway Co. shipped
the steamer Alpha from Portland, for
Columbia river nnd Arrow lake, and
have also contracted for a steamer at
Kootenay lake.—Colonist,
Weather continues warm and dry.
There was a very slight shower on
Sunday morning, but it did very littlo
good. Wo understand that the shower
was much heavier up the river.
Score one for the Enterprise! On
Saturday afternoon she made the run
from Victoria to this city in 0 hours
and 40 minutes. There's lifo in the
old thing yet whon she gets a fair
show.
Nebraska has increased its population 1,-106 per cent, iu twenty years,
and ita t- xaUo property 1,212 per cont.
Its per cent, of illiteracy is less than
any other State or Territory in the
JJnioti.
Farmers on, the North Arm havo
inenrly completed their haying, and
•will soon begin to the grain. - The hay
-crop is large, in some cases going over
3 tons to the acre. The average will
.probably be not less than 2\ tons.
We received the other day from the
Lehman farm, Riverside, a collection
•of small fruits wliich does great credit
to tlie farm. There wore raspberries,
and white, red nud black currants,
both large and of excellent flavor.
Since tho census of 1880 it is estimated, and the estimate is not overdrawn, that the -population of the
United States has increased #5,000,-
000, and that the increase in the United States and Canada is at least 2,000,-
000 a year.
Mr. J. C. Henderson, of Chilliwhack
sonds us a cabbage of this year's
Srowth weighing 0 pounds. Mr. Hon*
erion says -this is a fair sample of a
1500 lb. lot lately purchased from Mr.
R, Stephens. When fully dovoloped
this cabbage would be a monster.
Writing front British Columbia to
Forest and Stream, J. 0. Hughes says:
"Pigs upon the clear water rivers learn
to dive aftor the salmon lying dead on
..the bottom of tho streams, nnd the
Interesting sight may bo witnessed of
a sow diving for a salmon, and, having
obtained it, taking it ashore for her
little ones," to-day.
From San Francisco.— The steamship Victoria nrrived nt this port lost
Sunday evening from San Francisco
direct. Sho brought 300 tons general
freight, A list of the consignees will
be found in another column. She left
yesterday afternoon for Nanaimo
where she will discharge the balance
Of her freight and proceed to Seattle to
load for San Francisco, Sho will probably return in about two weeks.
Another Postponement. — The
county court should sit to-day, but
there is no judge hero and court has
been postponed until August the 8th.
We have*no information as to tho masons for this postponement. They may
be good and sufficient, or they may bo
very trivial. But tho consoquenccs ta
the people of this district are by no
means trivial. In the absence of information ut present wo shall say nothing more thau that these frequent
postponements are exceedingly ombnr-
rasBiug nud unfortunate.
Base Ball.—At n meeting of the
Alpha base ball club Inst Monday night
the following committees were appointed; Messrs. Corbott, Grant and Pearson, to make rules for tho government
of tho club; Messrs. Cprbett, Minkie
and Mnhor, to select a team. Mr.
Corbett was unanimously chosen captain, nnd the league rules for 1882
were adopted until later ones could be
secured. The following new members
were admitted: Messrs. Lewis, Grey,
Buyers, Murray, and Macintosh. Persons wishing to join should make application nt once, so that thoy muy
hnve the benefit of practice.
The Str. Yosemite. — This fine
steamer will give nu excursion from
thtB city to Victoria next Saturday
which will afford our citizens an excellent opportunity of testing hor speed
and sailing qualities. Particulars will
be found in our advertising columns.
On her return Saturday evening Bhe
will bring an excursion pnrty from
Victoria, which will remain hero or go
up river and return early Tuesday
morning.
Northern Pacific Railway.—A-
mong the arrivals from Puget Sound
yesterday were Mr. G. B. Wright and
Mrs. Wright and family. Mr. Wright
came through from St. Pnul by the
Northern Pacific railway nud pronounces it infinitely superior to tho
Central and Southern Pacific roads for
passenger traffic. Dining cars accompany each train ns far west us Helena,
Montana. The sconory is grand nil
along the route and the absence of the
alkali plains, which so disfigure the
scenery nlong the Central Pacific road,
is an agreeable contrast. There are
now only 130 miles of staging between
the eastern and western sections of the
road.—Colonist.
Lunmiom's Blook.—With the exception of some internal fittings, the
new blook erected by Mr. Lundbom is
now complete. Tho block is immediately west of tho Bank of British Columbia, and consists of two stores on
Columbia st. and ono on Front st,
Tho Columbia-st. storos are 43-1 by 00
feot, two stories high, with basement
the full size of the building. The
Front-st. storo is iOh by 50 feet, and
is undivided. This store has been
taken by tho new firm of Kyle & Til-
ton, us a wholesale concern, Mrs.
Eckstein has taken one of the Colum-
bia-st. stores, and the other is still
vacant, but we believe it will bo occupied shortly. The new blook pwsonts
n very good appearance, nnd covers'
what a few months ago was an unsightly vacant lot.
■ - — •*>
Off the Tkack. — On Saturday
morning Mr. A. J. Hill, engineer in
charge, accompanied by Messrs. Stramberg and Benson, started out the railway from Port Moody on a hand car.
They wore all standing up and tho car
was running at about 7 miles au hour,
when the front wheels went off the
track. When they struck the ties the
hind ond of the car flew up suddenly,
throwing tho three men about 15 or 20
feet forward on the track. Mr. Hill,
who is a heavy mnn, lit on a boulder
and was considerably hurt, A messenger was at once despatched to this
city for medical aid, but au examination showed that although badly bruised Mr. Hill had broken no bones and
was not seriously injured. The other
two men escaped with slight bruises.
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Shipping Items. — On Saturday
morning str. Irving loft for Yale at 7
o'clock str. Dunsmuir for Nanaimo,
and str. Princess Louise for Viotoria
at 10:30. St. Slope arrived from Salt
Spring Island at 1 p. in. with a load of
ties, and left at 2:30 for Maple Ridge.
Str. Enterprise arrived from Victoria
at 8 o'clock, and str. Reliance left for
Yale at 11. On Sunday str. Slope nrrived from Maplo Ridge aud went
down rivor; str. Dunsmuir nrrived
from Nanaimo Sunday evoning with
coal, steamship Victoria arrived from
San Francisco,, and str. Enterprise left
for Victoria. Str. Reliance arrived
from Yale early Monday morning, str.
Rithet arrived from Maple Ridgo, and
proceed to Victoria at 10 o'clock, Str.
Dunsmuir left for Burrard Inlet Monday afternoon. Str. Irving arrived
from Yale at 9:30 Monday night. The
steamship Victoria left ut 5:45 yesterday afternoon for Nanaimo, nnd Btr.
Enterprise arrived from Victorin at
0:05.
Indian Fishing.—Two letters will
be found in this issue touching the
question of Indian fishing. Referring
to the letter of our Popcum correspondent, Capt. Pittendrigli states
that the Indians had proper warning.
It has been claimed that the Indians
were in tho habit of using small seines
in the river before the settlement of
this province. Capt. Pittendrigli has
made numerous enquiries on this point,
and believes that the claim of the Indians is not without foundation. As
the fishery regulations do not presume
to interfere with the native fishing
when carried on for the consumption
of the Indians, they will be allowed   good healthy exercise."  Giggles man
Police Court.—Business at the
police court on Saturday and Monday
was unusually large. The following
cases wore disposed of: Robt. Kelly,
alias Roberts, for assault on W. Powers, $10 or 2 weeks; Peter Buckley,
d. & d., $3 or 7 days; Phil, on Indian,
d. & d,, @G or 7 days; Annie, on In-
dian woman, d. & d., $6 or 7 days;
Peter, an Indian, d. ifc d., $15ori
mo. j J. W. Lanaerway, assault, dismissed; Moody, an Indian, hnving liquor in his possession, 1 month and
125, or 2 mos. extra in default of fino;
Joo, an Indian, having liquor in his
possession, 825 or 2'mos.; IsaacTatt
ton, supplying liquor to Indians at
English & Co.'s cannery, 8100 or 3
mos,; Ellen, an Indian woman, supplying liquor to Indians at English &
o.'s ennnory, $50 or 2 mos.; Charley,
an Indian, having liquor in his possession, $25or 1 ino,; Jos. Patterson,
supplying liquor to Indians, $75 or 3
mos.; Thos. Nelnnd, dunk nnd disorderly, maliciously damaging property
and relisting the police, remanded till
to continue using nets above tide
water. It is made a condition of this
arrangement, however, that the In
dians shall not place tlieir nets in the
sloughs, and that thoy will sell no fish
taken above tide water. A breach of
these conditions will render their nets
liable to confiscation and themselves to
punishment.
From Victoria.
Bv Teleoraph to the Columbian.
Victoria, July 24.—It is reported
that the judges and legal fraternity
are proposing to get up .a dinner in
honor of Sir Alexander Campbell upon
his arrival here. Contracts for supplies to lunatic asylum have tins day
been awarded to the following lowest
tenders: Neufelder & Robs, groceries;
W. J. Joffree, clothing; R. Dickinson,
meat nnd vegetables; J, M. Wise,
coal and wood; L. Willie, broad; L.
Willie, milk.
From Hope.
Hope, July 14.—Bush fires are raging in several places here; in the
neighborhood of Cat's Landing the
Indians' fences and othor property
have already boon destroyed; below
American Bar Creek the fire extends
along the line of Railway for nearly a
mile, threatening tho upper portion of
Union Bar Water Ditch and the timber work on the Railroad. Yesterday
as Mr. Murphy was returning home,
after opening the gates of his ditch in
order to let as much water as possiblo
pass through tho flumes, he discovered
the Railway bridgo across American
Bar Creek on fire, and was fortunately
just able to extinguish it beforo any
serious damage was done.— Sentinel.
From Burrard inlet.
(Correspondence of tjio Columbian.)
Thore aro now 10 ships at the inlet,
5 at Moodyville, 4 at Hastings, and 1
at Port Moody. This has become quito
a fashionable watering place. Lust
Sunday Hastings and Granville were
crowded with Btrangers, among whom
there were many women and children.
The dance at Hastings Hotel Saturday
night waB largely attended, indeed tlie
attendance was too large for comfort.
The captains' ball at Granville on
Wednesday is oxpected to be quite a
swell affair. Tho broken bridge between Hastings and Grnnville was repaired on Monday, and travel Ib now
unimpeded. Somo of the railing has
been broken off the long bridge, and it
is hardly safo.
From topcum.
(Correspondence of the Columbian.)
In your issuo of tho 14th Capt. Pittendrigli says the statement in the
previous issue, about giving notico to
the Indians was incorrect. I bog to
say that the statement was correct.
Tho Indians from Cheam to Hopo were
not notified. Ho might have sent verbal notice, but it was nevor given. I
have found out sinco that the Indians
nro exempt from tho fishery laws as
long as they fish in their usunl way,
with dip nots, which wero in use long
beforo the whito men came to this
country.—Mr. D. Nelnies, of Chilli-
whack, hnd a very narrow escape from
being killed by a bear last week, so 1
heard. He was out hunting somo cattle, and while in tho net of jumping
over u log ho camo face to faco with
the black monster, who wns waiting to
receive him with open arms. There
wus no weapon in tho hand of Mr.
Nelmos, and he tried tho effect of a
good pair of strong lungs, but bruin
didn't care worth a cent. As a last
resort Nolmes offered the bear Ins pipe
nnd tobacco. Bruin sniffed it and apparently .concluded that he didn't want
to eat anybody who tasted like that.
Ho walked away disgusted and Nolmes
took an opposite direction.—The farmers of Chilliwhack have nearly completed haying, and some nro busy at
their harvest. The weathor is exceedingly fine for harvesting operations.
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Fan on the Brunette.
My pious friend, did you evor go
trout-fishing on the Brunette ? If you
never did, my advice is don't ; if you
have "beon thoro," you can drop a
sympathetic tear for two very "muchly" demoralized hombres who tried it
the other day. It happened thusly:
My friend Giggles met me the other
day on the street and said, "Squiggtos,
you want moro exercise; you aro getting too stout. What do you aay if
we tako a fishing trip to tho Brunette
creek on the morrow ? It is just what
you want—lots of fun and such good,
healthy exercise," '
Iu au evil moment I consented, and
havo boen repenting ever sinco, ' On
that memorable morning I aroso at
4:30 o'clock, and made the most extensive preparations,   Then I had to wait
around till nearly 8 o'clock for Giggles,
so that it was rather late before wo got
started. We had plenty of the most
improved fishing tackle, a line lunch,
etc., (uti'. means huttormilk), aud sot
out upmi our journey with ultutic step
and high hope*:. When we got ns far
as Sapperton, a rainstorm overtook ns;
but we cared not' for that, so long as
wo got "lots of fun and such good
healthy exercise." Arrived at the
stream, we arranged our tackle and
started iu by wading in the middle of
the water, over rocks and boulders,
through holes and around logs, casting
hero and there, but getting never a
bite. This sort of highly edifying sport
for about n mile up the stream, when
Giggles, whose feet had become quite
sore from contact with the rocks, made
a false step, his feet went from under
him, and he concluded very hastily to
sit down. He was not particular where
he sat, but just dropped down between
two rooks in the middle of the stream,
with all the gusto and ease of a man
taking a seat on a sofa between two
fair damsels, lt is said that profanity
is not rewarded by a good catch of piscatorial beauties. Perhaps this was
the principal reason of our failure.
This escapade somewhat dampened his
nrdor. I confess mine had been somewhat damped a short time beforo hy
stumbling into a deep hole of water
up to my neck. So we concluded to
retrace our steps to the Port Moody
road and eat our lunch. Tho down
trip was attended with more and worse
adventures than going up, but I will
not stop to dotail them. The reader
can supply thom with his imagination.
Suffice to say, when we got down we
were two the worst looking objects the
sun over shone on, if it had boen shining, but it was not—still raining. We
were soaked from head to foot, with a
liberal supply of mud here and thore
to relieve the monotony; but we didn't
care—we had."lots of fun and sueh
aged to catch two suckers, each about
three inches long, which he called
handsome brook trout; until they got
nway from him and fell back into the
stream. Then he' said they were no
good anyhow, and that ho did. not
want thom. We sneaked down tho
back streets to our respective homes,
aud made a solemn resolve never again
to go trout-fishing on the Brunette.
  J. S. Jay.
Wilful Perversion.
There is a cortain class of poople
who, having acquired an incurable
habit of grumbling, make all their hotter feelings subservient to this unenviable talent, which unduly cultivated
can quickly bo converted into a mania,
nnd though extremely disagreeable is
comparatively harmless, when confined
to those who are acquainted with their
failings. But when this disposition ia
developed by a paper, whieh, however
limited its circulation, is still likely to
be perused by strangers in the province, and may possibly find its way
abroad, then this tendency to grumble
becomes positively harmful, especially
when developed to such an abnormal
extent thnt the truth is intentionally
distorted and facta malignantly garbled
to suit private purposes. Such has
been the conduct of the Mainland
Guardian in relation to the government's intention to dispose of by public auction, the public island lands
lately thrown open. The Guardian
found an apt imitator in the Standard,
which gave willing publicity to the
former's mis-statements.
This article is not written with tho
intention of abusing either of tho
aforementioned papers, but its object
is to givo an emphatic denial to thu
misrepresentations made in the semi-
weekly's issue of the 21st List. Immediately the present ministry camo
into tho oflico tho Guardian raised a
whine that the lauds wero "locked up."
It makes no allusion to the fact that
when the southern boundary line of
thu island railway reserve was defined
the rights of all settlors ou the lands
thus thrown open were religiously respected, nnd it wilfully suppresses nny
allusion to tho fact that tho Land
Amendment Act (passed when tho
late government was in power) distinctly enacts that all public lands
shall be offered by publio auction before being eligible for private purchase.
This very action will prevent, instead
of assist, tho speculator securing too
pood a bargain, and still in no way
interfere with the bona Jide settlor,
who since the 14 inst. could and still
can pre-empt his legal allowance of
government land. The inability of a
would-be ring of monopolists to purchase largo tracts at the nominal price
of ono dollar per aero is the mainspring of this perennial discontent.—
Colonist,
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Interesting Ottawa News.
C. P. R. PROGRESS AND OTHER MATTER8.
(From Saturday's Colonist.)
From Mr. G. B. Wright, who has
just returned from Ottawa, we have
gleaned the following intelligence.
The Canadian Pacific railway is now
practically completed as far as Port
Calgarry, oxcept tracklnyhig on the
laat 80 or IM) miles. By the 15th of
August it is expected tho cars will
roach that point. As fast as the grading is completed by Longdon, Shepherd
& Co., their men ate turned over to
tho syndicate, who nre doing thoir own
work of construction westward of
Calgarry, and placed upon the ascent
of tlie Rocky Mountains. In mi interview with Mr. Van Horn, Manager
of tho O. P., Mr. Wright was informed
that tho work would be completed
beyond the summit of tho rbekies this
fall, and that tho entire force of mon
hitherto employed will be at work
next spring on the Columbia rivor and
Selkirk range.
In Canada, and throughout tho east,
much interest iB felt in British Columbia and tho state of Oregon and Washington Territory. Tho emigration to
this coast noxt yonr will bo vory great.
The emigration to this coast next yoar
will bo very great. Tlie completion
of tho Northern Pacific and prospec-.
tivo opening of the Canadian road
attract universal attention to our mng-
nificent climate and great resources.
Canadians havo receded from tho idea
that tho B, C. bargain was a hard one
for them, and begin to look upon our
province ob one of their most valuable
acquisitions.
Mr. Wright's visit to Ottawa was
partially in. tho interest of the Kootenay Railway Co., to givo to tho Dominion government and the Canadian
syndicate a full idea of thoir proposed
enterprise, and its practical effect ou
the trade and population of British
Columbia. Ho met with a very pleasant reception from tho ministers with
whom ho came in contact, and both
thoy and tho C. P. people gave him
an intelligent hearing. Tlie only
question upon which they yet seom to
be in doubt, regarding the Kootenny
bill, is tho legal point, whether tho
local parliament havo exceeded their
powers in passing the aot. This point
is to be decided by the Minister of
Justice, and will probably be considered by him during hia approaching
visit to our provinco.
Witli regard to tho Island railway,
Mr. Wright had a conversation with
Sir John Macdonald, and was informed
that immediately upon the change in
the provincial act, whicli the Canadian government require, ho is prepared to negotiate for the construction
of the road, without waiting for legislative action at Ottawa. Sir John
evinced a great interest in the completion of this work, and in British
Columbia generally, and said that he
anticipated a pleasant trip to the Pacific coast as soon as tho overland road
was finished.
florotironications.
Indian Fishing.
Editor Columbian.—Your Popcum
correspondent should confine himself to
facts and not draw on his imagination
so largely. The condition of the Pop.
cum ■Indians is not so bad as he wishes
ub to believe; as we are informed it is
scarcely possible to get them to work
for reasonable wages. The writer gave
the information which lod to the seizure
of the staked^ nets, whioh your corns-
.poudunt pretends, to say the Indians have
always beon accustomed to use; out he
believes it is only within the last few
years or since the advent of the canneries tliat they have adopted this method,
and the law certainly does not intend
that they shall employ whitemen's gear.
The nets examined by the writer were
ordinary spring salmon, drifting gill
nuts, such as we use for drifting with;
one end was staked to the bank and the
other anchored and buoyed at right
angles to the stream in an eddy. As
these fish always take advantage of an
eddy such a net would effectually prevent thoir reaching the spawning beds,
and tho system he is attempting to uphold would if persisted in finally result
in the total extinction of the salmon mid
tlie salmon canning industry ap the
Fraser river, which at present finds employment for about 1500 Indians with
thoir families for several months in the
year, and directly or indirectly to nu
equal number of white peoplo. As the
New Westminster nnd Victoria merchants, tradesmen, mechanics, farmers,
anil even newspaper publishers, all
derive more or loss benefit from the fisheries established by a fow speculators,
as your correspondent contemptuously
tenns us, we think tliat they will uphold Capt. Pittendrigh's nctiou in seizing all illegal nets, belong to whomsoever thoy may. The object of all laws
ia the "greatest good to the greatest
number," and we think your correspondent wil) find it a difficult matter to
prove that the greatest number is contained in the Indian villages in his immediate neighborhood. Therefore, however hard the lot of this particular
minority may appear, they must submit
to the inevitable, roturii to the ways of
their ancestors in cntchiug salmon above
the Sumas river, uud the law will not
molest them.
We ore, yours, respectfully,
Bbnj. Ha mn k Sons.
July 20th, 1883.
NEWS FROM AU PARTS OF THE WORLD.
London, July 1(1.- Letters from
Madagascar under date of May 30th,
Bay there is an outbreak of hostilities
there. Tho Madagascar Government
advised British, Norwegian and American citizens residing in the capital to
live near together so that the Government might bu better able to protect
them in the event of a popular outbreak.
Middmmoro, Mass., July IU.—The
death of General Tom Thumb wus very
sudden. He had risen from hiB bed
shortly after being left alone by his
brother-in-law, and was heard to fall.
On going to his room ho was found
lying on the floor dead. His wife, who
was at Ocean Grove, nrrived this morning. The body hns boen embalmed,
nnd Wednesday will be exposed to
viow. Brief private services will then
be held, when the body will leave here
for Bridgeport, whore it will be taken
charge of by encampments Knights
Templar, of which he was a member.
Publio funeral service will bo held
Thursday nt tho stone vault, now being
constructed on a magnificent lot belonging to the deceased. Tlio coffin
will be enclosed in solid masonry, to
prevent any disturbance from grave-
robbers.
New York, July 17. — President
Villard of the Northern Pacific and u
party of guests leave here on the 30th
of August for tho point of tho junction
of the tracks advancing from the east
aud the west, which will be in the valley of tho Little Blaokfoot, on tho
western slope of the main division of
tho Rocky Mountains in Montana.
Tho names of the guests will be mnde
known later, Wm, M. Evjirts will deliver tlie oration.
Nbw York, July 17.—Much interest is folt among naval officers and
others anxious for our coast defense,
in the trial to-day of Ericsson's Do-
Btroyer. Preparat ions have been' some
time making, near Bandy Hook, for a
full teat of her wonderful power. Sinco.
the lost trial, nenrly threo years ngo,
she hits been greatly improved. A city
journal Bays thero is reason to believe
that it has tut great an advantugo in
destructive power and other requirements iih the present methods and resources' of naval warfare demand. The
torpedoes weigh 1600 pounds, and are
shot from a gun of peculiar construction, which, after many experiments,
Ericsson ami his employers consider
perfect. It is fired ton feet undor
water, and when discharged the two
valves that form the mouth of tho gun
nre forced apart automatically to let
tho torpedo pass out. Tho gunner gets
his aim from n small lookout in front
of tho cabin, tho latter being protected
by heavy stool plate armor. The range
is regulated by a wheel like an ordinary
steering wheel, which the gunner turns
at pleasure. There nre nine engines
ou board the* craft, all under at least
seven feot of water, and beyond reach
of shot or shell. The Destroyer is sixty
feet long, and has cast upwards of
070,000.
London, July 18,—Shooting for the
Kulnporo cup took placo at Wimbledon
to-day. The prizo was competed for
by teams representing England, Canada, the Islands of Jersey and Guernsey, and India. Tlio teams were com*
posed of eight mon each. Firing was
at 300, 500 and 000 yards, each inau
being tdlowed seven shots at each
range. The cup was won by tho English team, tho scores being as follows:
England, 008*, Canada, u7!>; Jersey,
038; Guernsey, 621; India, 014.
. St. Paul. July 19.—Ben Butter
worth, of Ohio, who has just returned
from a trip over the Northern Paoifio,
says that around and beyond Bismarck
the wheat crop will not be over one-
half of nn average. In tho Jamep River
valley the wheat is in a wretched condition. The Red River valley is also
bad, and other portions are poor.
Ogdbnsbukg, N.  Y., July 19.—In
the Hanlan-Ross race yesterday John
Davis of Toronto was judge for Han-
Ian, nnd Charles E. Courtney forHtoss.
Hanlau asked, as a favor, that Robs
would choose some other judge, but
he declined to do so, Hanlan came in
bo far ahead that a majority of the
15,000 people ou the water and shore
who saw the race, supposed that Ross
and Leo, who were pulling together,
were the contestants, and that Ross
hud won the race. This report was
telegraphed all over the country, nud
an hour after the'race the question was
asked on the streets and at headquarters, "who won the race?" The official
signals were given wwni* for some
reason. As Hanlau drew up to the
referee's boat and hoard the official announcement, ho said, pointing to
Courtney: "Send out that big fellow,
and I'll make an exhibition of him,"
Hanlan then rowed over to Rcsa and
shook hands. Tho associated press
time keeper makes Him lull's four miles
ill 27 minutes, 74 seconds; Robs, 28
iniiitile-i, 10 seconds. Courtney made
Hunlan's time 27 minutes, 2 seconds.
Hanlan says the associated press time
is correct.
lJiwTON, July 10.—A. W, Danforthv
accompanied by Leung Cho Sak, of
Shanghai, litis left Lowell for San
Francisco, having completed nil his
nrrau-jements in the interest of the
Shanghai, where he will be joined by
J. S. Whitney, of Lowell, and another
competent assistant. Their first work
in China will be to build a mill, the
machinery for the suipe being en route.
Whitney is it boilermaker and Holbrook- a carder and engineer.
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so, send at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
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It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
there is no mistake about it. It cures
dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates the
stomach and bowels, cures wind colic,
softens the gums, reduces inflammation,
and gives tone and energy to. the whole
system. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Svbop run Children Tim-niNa is plea-
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of one of the oldest and best female physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout tho world. Price 25 cents a bottle,
(apleotly)
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MS
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CHILLIWHACK, B.C.
EXCLUSIVE DE8PATCHEI TO the COLUMBIAN.
London, July 21.—The actual number of deaths in Cairo during last 24
hours is (JOO. The cordon has boen
drawn noarer Alexandria. A sanitary
commission consisting of Sir'Evelin
Wood, Baker Pawlm, and Sir Stephenson has been formed. A groat qunnti-
ty of fur is burned iu Cairo ovory
night. The British team won the
shooting match at Wimbledon. For
two days the American* were ahead.
The grand totals were: British, 1951
points; Americans, 1900. Tho shooting wiifl splendid on botli sides
New York, July 22.—There was a
large fire in thu city on Saturday, and
§3,000,000 worth of property was destroyed on Bauderwnter atreet. No
lives lost, but many narrow escapes.
San Francisco, July 22.—Tho tole
graph striko causes little dolay along
tlie hue. The staff is rapidly filling
up with non-Ieiiguo operators. All
vacancies have boon filled. [This
statement is at Iuast doubtful.— En,]
Maple Ridge Council.
A special meeting of the Council watt
held on the IStli inst., for the purpose
of taking into consideration the grant
made to the municipality at the last see
sion of the legislature. A communication in reference to thu samo from W. S.
Gore, Surveyor-General, wns read. Tho
Council is * authorized to expend §400 in
the construction of a road behind the
big slide; also $600 iu tho continuation
eastward of central section road from 4
section post between sections 17 and
20. It was moved by Couucilloi Isnac,
seconded by Councillor Parkinson, aud
resolved. That tliis Council are of the
opinion that they are by tho government
submitted to an injustice—the government making au appropriation to the
municipality and nt the samo timo dictating where snch money should be expended. If this Council is intrusted by
the government with the expenditure
of the $1000 grant, then they will deem
it their duty as represeutatives of the
people of Maple Ridge to expend it
where most needed, without any dictation from tho government. If the government oppose .this resolution, then this
Council will have it understood that they
ate uot to expend tbe grant as indicated
iu tho communication from tho lands
and works department. Tho Council-
then adjourned.
Delta Council.
Thu Council held a special meeting on
Saturday, July 14th, at Ladner'B Landing. Present—the Reeve, and Council
lors Page, Kirklaud, Pybus aud McKce.
On motion, the election for Councillor
for Wanl No. 3, to fill tho vacancy coub-
ed by the death of tho late A. Fisher,
Esq., was appointed for Friday, tho 20th
inst. Mr. Chas. F. Green was appointed
Returning Officer. The clork was instructed to reply to tho communication
from the Mayor and Council of New
Westminster relative to the establishing
of a steam ferry. That owing to the
heavy expenditure incurred by the municipality in the construction of necessary
roads within its limits, the Council arc
not iu a position to grant any bonus towards the establishing of a steam ferry
at New Westiniuster.
On motion, tho Clerk was instructed
to forward a copy of tho following resolution of condolence to the widow of tho
Into Councillor Fisher:—
llesolred, That it is with feelings of
deepest sorrow we miss from our Council Board the lute A. Fisher, Esi-, The
deceased gentleman was a vory 'active
Councillor, a mulous citizen and faithful
friend. To his bereaved widow and
nietnlicrs of his family we, tho Council
asseiubfod, desiru to express our profound
sympathy In this their hour of aflliction.
Mny thu all-wise Boing who iu Iris wisdom has thus seen (It to afflict them be
their guide and protector in this trying
hour, Is tbo wish and prayer of this
Council.
Council then adjourned.
Flies! Files! Files!
Catch 'em alive ! Why buy when you
can go to Webb's and get Flics, Lines,
Rods, Heels, and every kind of tackle
that will catch fish. [jo9-3m.
One pound of Johnston's Fluid Beef is
guaranteed to contain more real and direct nourishment than 200 lbs. of Lie-
•bif-'B or ony similar extract of beef. The
British Government analyst has pronounced it the most perfect food he ever
examined. For sale by D. S. Curtis A
Co. jy4-3m.
Real E^ath.—Mr. Wm. Clarkson
has opened a land otlice in the premises
adjoining Mr. Keory's book store,
where he will furnish tenns and particulars to persons desirous of purchasing
either city or farm propeity, of which
he has a large number of lots to dispose
of,—Adv.
APlea.hastAcknowlkooment—"Had
sour stomach and miserable appetite for
months, and grew thin every day. I
used Burdock Blood Bitters with the
most marvellous resultsj feel splendid."
Mrs. Joseph Johnson,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
T. R, Pearson k Co. havo just opened
out a very large and varied assortment
of extremely handsome Church of England common prayer and hymn books.
They are the finest over shown in the
eity,—Adv,
For all troubles of the Throat, use
Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. in another column.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower than at any other oilice in
the province.—Ade.
Pocket Cutlery-.—T. R Pearson k
Co. have received an assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England.
For diseases leading to Consumption,
use Allen's Lung Balsam. Sec adv. iu
another column.
For bargains in dry goods, millinery
and clothing, go to Job. Ellurd k Cos.
See adv. *
J. C. HENDERSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Jobbing and Retail Dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
TTTK WISH, TO THANK OUR Numerous customers for thoir liberal patronage and support during the post two
years, and we hope to manage the business in sueh a way as to secure a continue and increase in Ike tame. Remember, we buy largely, and aire prepared to sell as
Lu the Province, as we carry the Largest
Stock ou the Mainland (outside of New
Westminster).   Our stock consists of
Dr; tomb,
SlrnktMsy,
Notions,
Drift.
Underwear,
Flint Medleliei,
Clothing,
Hopes,
Hits ii Caps,
Hardware,
nooks* station')' Farm layta-eMi
Doors.
Virpenters'Tioli,
Windows,
Woodei Wire,
Nails,
Taints-s Oils,
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Brushes*,
Provisions,
Fuultire,
Boots t Shoes,
Limher,
Crocker*',
Will Piper,
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"SUMAS DYKINC AMENDMENT ACT, 1883."
I HEREBY CALL A MEETING OF
those interested for the purpose of appointing nn arbitrator, in tenns of abovo
Act, at the school house, Matsqui, at 3
o'vlock p. in., ou the 31st inst.
C. B. SWORD.
Matsijui, 2nd July, 1883. [jy-Mni
1TOTIOE.
1-vTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i.1 I intend to apply to the Chief Coin-
missionerof, Lands and Works for permission to purchase 200 acres of land on
Bowen Island, Howe Bound, New Westminster District, described as follows:
Commencing nt a point 80 chains, more
or less, west of the northwest corner pf
W, Eaton's pre-emption claim on Bcweu
Island; thence south 50 chains; thence
west 40 chains; thence north 60 chains;
thonco east 40 chains, to point of commencement. JAMES DEANS.
New Westminster, B.C., June 27,1883.
 jc30-2m.  ■
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot ATo. W, Block XXIII, City of New
Westminster,
CERTIFICATE OF 1NDEFEAS-
ible title to the above mentioned lot
Ai:
will bo issued to Elizabeth Kathlei
Block ou the First Day of October-
next, unless iu the meantime a valid objection thereto be made to tho under
signed, in writing, by some person
claiming au estate or interest In Baid lot,
or any part thereof.
H. B. W. AIKMAN,
Registrar-General.
Land Registry Oflico,
•.'8th-June, 1883. [je30-td
SPEGIAL NOTICES.
One Single Buggy ond Harness for
Sale.
Don't forget that we take all kind, of
Farm Prodnoo, at Morlrot Bates, inei-
cliango for goods.
J*'All book account, for 1882 and 1883
must be closed by Ist October, 1883,
without fail.
A Clearance Sale. to commence lst
September, 1883, for 30 days.
CHEAP JACK,
THE RANCHERS' PAPOOSE.
jo20.Gm.
HARVESTING
MOWERS:
MODEL BUCKEYE,
Achohs tub Atlantic in Fivk Days.
—That fast line of steamers to Europe
to uiilku the trip in about five days is
something more than tnlkod about.
Mr. Corbin states that threo steamships have boon ordered for tho uow
lino, aud that the terminal harbors
have been fixed upon, and nre boing
prepared. The in ten tinti is to run the
stenmers between tho neurcst practicable points of land, and to carry pas-
senders from tho landing places—to
New York in one unso and to London
iu the other—by railroad cars. The
lauding place ou this Bide is to be nt
Fort Pond Bay, Loin: Island, mid in
England nt Milford Haven. The vessels aro to bo specially constructed for
the carriage of passengers, and nro expected to cross "the ferry'1 in five
days. Only a fuw hours moro will bo
required for tho laud journey, nud this
can be made with much moro certainty
iu all kinds of weather, day or night,
than tho trip up the buy by steamer.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for permission to purchase 200 acres of land
situate on a small bay ou the northwest
end of Texada Island, near Marshal
Point, District of New Westminster, (le-
scribed as follows:
Commencing at a stake set on shore of
small bay; thence east 40 chains; thence
south 50 chains; thence west 40 chains;
thonco north to shore line of Texada
Island; thence in a northeasterly direction along shore Hue to point of commencement. EDWARD TRIM.
By bia attorney, Harry Trim.
New Westiniuster, Juno 22, 1883.     [2m
£illl kUfltTUl rttrtHiU Ult bllB|l i
THK WAY IT WILL AFFKCT YOV.
It oxcitos expectoration and causes the
lungs to throw off tlio phlegm or mucous;
changes the secretions and purities the
blood; heals the irritated parts; gives
strength to tho digestive organs; brings
tho liver to its proper action, and imparts
strength to the whole system.    Such is
THE IMMEDIATE AND SATISFACTORY EFFECT that H is ioarranted to break up the
most distressing rough in a few hours'
time, if not of too long standing, It h
warranted to give entire satisfaction,
even in tub most confirmed cases o,f Consumption I It is warranted not to produce
costivoness (which is tho case with most
remedies), or affect the head, as it contains no opium in any form. It is warranted to be jierfectly harmless to tho most
delicate child, although it is an active
and powerful remedy for restoring the
system. There is no real necessity for so
many deaths by Consumption, whon Allen's Luno Balsam will prevent it if
only taken in timo. Physicians having
consumptive patients, and who, having
failed to nure thein with their own medicines, wo would recommend to give Allen's Lung Balsam a trial. Sold hy all
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American Make,
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American Make.
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GRANT'S FAN MILLS
American Make.
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'.19-to. ©tif gtorji.
NELLIE'S  MEMORIES:
"No, they are not your sort," returned Keith; and then Dudley and
he fell to a discussion on the merits of
Dick Thornton. But I was silent, for
I felt a quick, sharp pain at the sudden news of Keith's departure, which,
though it had boon mooted for somo
time, had been deferred from month to
month; but now he was really going,
had taken his berth iu tho ship, and
we should miss him so, our good)
noblo-hoarted cousin Keith. And here
I may as well say what mUBt come out
hereafter, that Keith aud I wero moro
than cousins to ouch other, at least I
was to him, but I novor know how
much till about throe months beforo
poor mother's death lio askod ino to bo
his wife. But my parents were very
unwilling that I should sharo hiB dubious prospects horo iu England, and
still more that I should accompauy
him, ob he wished, to India; nor would
they hear of an ongagemont thnt might
fetter mo for years, and when they referred him to me I coincided in their
opinion, ay, und firmly too, though
when I saw tho bitterness of his grief,
it was hard indeed to persist in it.
But dearly as I lovod him, so dourly
that had he asked mo to share ever so
humble a homo with him in England I
would have done it; I could not place
the ocean, for hia sake, between me
and Dudley,—no, it would have broken
my heart, I did not love him well
enough for that. Now I havo always
thought that if a woman does not love
a man well enough to leave her country and home and be ready to follow
him, even to the ends of tho world, if
need be, deeming all nothing in comparison to his love, she should not
marry liim, therefore I felt that I was
not worthy of Keith; but when I told
him io, he—well, it does not matter
what ho said—but I nevor knew before
how deep and strong and pure a good
man's lovo can be. Since then we
have tried to return to the old cousinly
ways, and though it was hard at first
—hard for me, and doubly hard for
bim—yet his gentleness and kindness
soon put me at my ease; and Dudley
helped us, dear old Dudley, who told
me afterwards how much he had always feared (hat Keith would curry
mo off; and I remember there was a
strange tendernoss in his tone as ho
pressed me to him, and said that
was worthy of me, but that he could
not spare mo even to him yet."
"Nay, never fear, Dudley; you may
leave me, but I you, never."
But the sun was Betting on Holme
Lee, and Rill, with heavy sleep, was
nodding drowsily on Charlie's shoulder, who, poor boy, oppressed with
her weight, was sitting bolt upright,
staring hard at Keith, a martyr to
cramp and au aching arm. I took poor
baby from her stiff supporter to my
softer lap, whoro she travoled off,
thumb iu mouth, to her child's paradise, while I quietly followed the conversation of the young men.
"1 do not onvy you," Dudley was
saying; "fancy changing this cool,
bracing air for tho heat and glare of
the tropics. Keith, I fear you will
sicken for your Scottish moors again."
"I do not doubt it; but it is sickness
to which all exiles aro liable. Why
should I not sutler as well as they t
You would not beliovo how I take in
every feature of tho dear old sputa,
that 1 may print thom indelibly in my
memory; for I know them so by heart,
that I shall only have to turn over my
portfolio to look at the picture I love
best."
"Pictures! havo you got pictures,
cousin Keith?" cried Charlie, eagerly.
"You have nover shown them to us."
Dudley and the boys laughed.
'Pictures! Charlie, lad? uy, and
scores of thom. Some of them so
Urge, and warm, and life-like that,
when I bring them out, thoy will light
up the walls of my dusty bungalow,
nnd make it feel liko home."
Charlie appeared deeply impressed.
"Cousin Keith, do you mind telling
me a littlo about them 1 What are they
like V
"Yes, tell ub one or two of them,"
echoed Seymour and Halcot.
"Shall I indulge these boys, Nellio?"
"Do. I cannot imagine what you
meim."
"Go on, old fellow," yawned Dudley, putting down his head beside
baby's; "it will be novel and amusing.
See if I do not annotate all you say."
Keith glanced dreamily at tho tree-
tops, whioh now cut clear and dark
against the evening sky.
I have so many that I do not know
which to choose. I have added ono
more to my stock this evening. But
stay, I have one: here it is—
"A long, low room, full of swoet
scents, with the odor of fresh-mown
hay coming in at the open window; a
room, bright, and warm, and sunny,
and in a low chair, by a little table
with a vase of half-blown roses on it, a
girl in white, with a breast-knot of
blue ribbons, stitching busily; a roBy
child playing at hor feet with a rag
doll "
" "That wbb the day, Keith, when
you came down from London so tired,"
broke in Dudley, "nnd you wero sitting opposite Nellie, drinking n glns9
of now milk that Charlie had brought
when I came in from the factory."
"How do you know that was thu
afternoon? Not from my description."
"Yes, I did. I put two and two
together, and they make four," retorted Dudley, as he drowsily composed
himself again.   ' 'Oo on, old fellow."
"My second," continued Keith, is a
different scene—
t "A room, this time ruddy with firelight and lamp-light, drawn crimson
curtains, snowy table-cloth with silver
branches shining upon it; garlands of
glistening holly-berries ornamenting
the dark wainscot; round the hearth a
merry group; with"—said Keith, his
voice slightly quivering—"not one vacant chair; next year there will be
two!"
I half laid my hand on Dudley's; it
was -.-rasped, and held.
"Well, Keith?"
"My third is a com-fleld, gay with
scarlet poppies and bluo corn-flowers;
a fresh, free wind sweeping across a
soa of golden grain, and sporting with
ub; waving Louie's hair, and playing
pranks with Nellie's gypsy hat; a group
of five gathered round a stile, listening
to » lark's song; a sun iu the wost
sinking in a mass of crimson clouds—
I can near that lark's song now."
"Ay, Keith; nnd wo all walked up
to the Priory to hear tho nightingales,
but they would not sing that night;
but you must shut up your portfolio
for the present, for the dew is falling
heavily on my little Rill'i head, and
Nell's dress ia perfectly damp; give me
baby, I will carry her; and, boys, go
and unfasten Billy. Stay a moment,"
and Keith deftly wrapt his plaid round
BOl'a bare little lew, so that she lay
crouched In Dudley1* arms as warmly
M lo her orib at home, ai he marched
off iu triumph with her, whistling
gayly, while the boys, mounting Charlie
on the pony, ran races down-hill, and
Keith giving me his arm brought up
the rear.
Wo walked a few moments in silence;
somehow cousin Keith and I never
seemed to Imve much to say to each
other now, and it appeared to mo that
he broke an awkward [muse with difficulty by saying—
"Any message for the home folks,
Nellie T
My dear love to Katie aud Aunt
Margaret, and ask Katio whon she
moans to pay her long-promised visit
to Sunnyside; do you think she would
come thia summer, Keith, if I were to
writo to her again?"
"Not if I know Katie; nothing will
induce hor to leave homo; she will
have work enough thero for the next
six months to cheer up my mothor and
fathor, for thoy will miss me sorely,
Nollio, I four; my father especially, ho
bo wished ine to settle down near
him."
"I do not wonder at it; it is hard
for them to lose tlieir only sou; nnd
for poor Katio too."
"It is, indeed, but I know sho will
be staunch and true-hearted ns over
nover giving way, but keeping up thoir
spirits, and har own too, bravely.
Could you not manage to pay them a
visit, Nellie ? It would bo a real charity if you would, and they are till so
fond of you."
. I shook my head. "My placo Is at
home too, Keith: I cannot leave my
children,"
In tho gathering darkness I felt him
look at me.
"Poor Nellie, poor child, you uro
young to havo such cares; vory, very
young."
At that moment, Dudley stepped
back to ask him some question relative
to the plan of his departure; and as
they talked my thoughts traveled to
Keith's home in the north. I had
spent throe happy months there onco,
and I remember, aa if it were yeBterday, how charmed I was with ovory
feature of tho wild Scotch scenery,
and especially with tho littlo rock-girt
glen, crossed by its bnuvling Btream,
where the old stone manse stood in the
midst uf its trim pleasnunce and clipped yew walks. I thought of the
grave minister, who at first somewhat
inspired mo with awe, but whom latterly I had learnt to look upon as a
dear friend; of aunt Margaret, with
hor pleasant, household ways, and
bonnie, laughing Katie—tho moving
spirit of tho old house, the last of
many fair daughters that tho minister
and his wife had followed to their rest
in the kirk-yard. No marvel tho minister's brow was rugged, and aunt
Margaret's eye3 bo sad, for the "pestilence that wnlketh in darkness" had
ravaged tlieir home and made havoc
of their flock; nud it wan many yean
boforo they dared to hope that Katie
would be spared to them, and now
they vuro going to lose Keith.
At this poiut of my vevetic wc
reached the stile that guarded our
grass lane, from which we could see
the lights of Sunnyside glimmering
through tint trees; in a few minutes
more we were merrily exchanging salutations with Louie and Bruce, who
camo out to moot us, whilo Rill, scarlet
with sloop and iiiurn;urini' drowsily,
was laid in her nursery oot by the loving arms of Dudley himself.
Henry Kiugsley speaks much iu one
of his hooks of the strange capability
some few people havo of remaining
long iu one position in purfeot repose,
und ho makes it ono of tho chief
charms of His little bright eyed heroine
Eleanor, that ahe "possessed this art
of sitting absolutely still for tiny length
of lime with tho most perfect grace,"
a most diflicult and rare accomplishment, he affirms, and also a most useful ouo. Now with all duo respect to
Henry Kiugsley, I presume .to differ
with him. It always appeared to mo
that the littlo heroine aforesaid might
have been more profitably employed in
embroidering altar-cloths for her beloved Margaret Street, than iu sitting
with placid hands perpetually folded in
her lap, as if carved in stone.
Now Louio possessed this, to me,
most provokiug faculty; in certain
moods, generally whon in trouble or
doubt on any matter, sho would silently sont herself opposite my work-table,
and crossing her largo white hands
over each other, remain so sometimes
one hour, und sometimes two, in perfect silence. It was useless to attempt
to rouse hor by comments or questioning; brief monosyllables, not always to
the purpose, were the Bole results; I
havo even found shaking, argument,
and scolding all equally heating and
uboIoss, and have only ended by fidgeting myself out of the room.
This morning Louie had been sit ling
bo for at least three-quarters of nn
hour, but I had not noticed it bo much,
feeling somewhat quiet and depressed
myself, perhaps from the gravity of
Keith's farewell words, which had
somehow touched me more than I
cared to acknowledge, but I comforted
myself with the reflection that we
should soon meet again. Rill was enjoying a nap ou the carpet at my feet
in company with Nettle; ull thu morning the little maid hud been standing
at my .knoo, following, with chubby
knuckles and coquettish thimble, the
workings of amnrvelously sticky needle
through a stiff piece of lining, whicli
was intended us a covering for the tin
fortunate waxen creature, wlm, ImvUit
been operated upon by Charlie in his
character of "Doll's physician," und
condemned to lose half her sawdust,
was lying with weakly body and sickly
looking legs over a chair just by,
"Nellie, Bruco and I arc going out
ngttiu this afternoon"; tho roriwrk was
made ns if tho silence Imd been bofui-u
broken,
"I four father will tnke it unkindly
Louio, as he comes home to-night!''
"I do not soo that: hu cannot bo
due nt Sunnyside fill half-past nine,
and we shall bo homo punctually nt
ten; ho will understand it ia an engagement."
"Is it another riding party ?
"No, a water excursion; wo shall
start at four, and as wo have declined
returning to the Hermitage for supper.
wo cannot fail to he at home at tho
timo I mention."
"And what if you nre detained?
"In thnt caso father must bo content
with profuse apologies, nnd u tardy
welcome; never fear, Nellie, he will
not bo angry with a little wilfulness on
tho part of Queen Loo, ho is too much
accustomed to it; and Bruco is ho set
on my going with him."
"Perhaps so," I returned, dryly;
"but do you not think, putting tlio
othor considerations aside, that theso
endless junketings and water-parties
are bad things fur Bruco, taking hiin
too much nway from tho factory ? It is
not fair of him always leaving Dudley
to do all tho drudgery."
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Wliite Hose llrllliiitltilli'.
r-lnio Jtileo and (ily.-erliie.
Hovenden's Hair Itestom'tlve, 711 eent-l.
Ayer's Hair Vigor, tl,
llnrnell's Cocuuinn, -=1| small slxo, ll^o.
Mutidullne. for the Hair.
'itnsc llnlroll,
Firsl-classassurtnicnluf Lundoii hall-nils,
A gootl assui'hncnl nf CosiucliqiK's,
'White, lllimk and Itrowii.
Glycerine Cold Cream, 25o por bol.
Viutellno Camphor Ue, ilie per imi.
Cold Ci-eam of Hnscs, i'c per but.
(losneil's Chorry Toullt P«Hie,GOo.
Hovenden's Otto 0.' itoso Tooith Paste, ;t*«t.
Hoveuilon's Tooth l'owdei-s.
Violet Powder.
Vloli'l powder Muxes,-.Me and .'flc each.
■BRUSHES.
A splendid assort men I of Tool li Itrushe.-i
mndo in London to order, ile and '-I'm- each.
A liirgoiissnrlmontof llnir IJriishoK frum
Wu to $S cn-ili.
Dr. Hi'olt'sFlectrlc Halt* lli-nsli, sent by
mall, pii.stpaid, fur *•■!.
Agood assort men 1 uf Nail llrusltcf, i"io
and *-0e eiieli,
Hair eilttlligCunibs and dressingCumbs
L'-'-e and ,-')■• I'tieli.
EAZOES.
A first-class ussortiiieitt of lin/nrs, imported direct from Shetliolil. 1 wilt send
nny person u ynuil Barber's Concuve Ita-
jtor hy mail at Sl.oU each. 1 have sold
the sumo kind of Ku/ni- at s-j,;,ii. hut
having impartial u large stock direct
from the iiKiuufauturi'r, enables ioo to
sell cheap for oimli. wheroas, hefore 1
imported fiom San Francisco, ami I
could not soil them for lew thuu S*2.D0
each. I have a large stool; uf Ita/m-s
from 81 to $4 each.
Pocket KnivcH from IVJi) to •"■J each.
FIFES.
A splendid assortment of .Mct-r.scluium
Pipes, G 11 D Hrlurwooil Pipex, Amber,
Ivory and Horn Mouthpieces.
A good assortment of Collar Studs aud
Cull 1 lu tti his.
Everything In
S
Provisions, Crockery & Glassware
What you don't see
ask for,
And what we don't
keep we will get.
C.G. MAJOR
Importer and dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
Direct Importation
r nnniniM
« WINE & SPIRIT MEROHANT.lt>
L. OllUVf 11
BEOS TO INTOKM THK H15SID-
onts of Now Wc^'nrnis'tir mul vicinity tlint ho is constantly receiving from
Knropo shipments of ohoico
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Whioh he will supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAD),
In Quantities lo Suit I'lislinucrs.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
IV. A. aillii-'a,   I.O1I1I011/
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.   BROWN,
OOI.TTMBIA   BTB11I,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
COUNTY COURT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY fi IVEN THAT
the  next  sitting  of  tho  County
Court will no hold on Wednesday, July
25th, 1883.
Dated Juno 2l)th, 1883.
E. A. JENNS,
Registrar County Court,
jo30-td Now Weatininator.
PnoviNoiALSeobetAby's Offtoe,
19th June, 1883.
HIS HONOUR the- Lioutonant-Gov-
ornor has hcun pleased to mako Iho
following appointment, to date from tho
lst proximo*—
Henry Nicholson, Esquire, of the
Similkameen Valley, to be Assessor and
Collector, under the --Assessment Aot,
1870," and amending Acta; Collector of
Revenue Tax, under the "Provincial
Rovonuo Tax Act, 1881 i" and Collector
of Re venue j all for tho Rock Crook Polling Division of the Electoral District of
Yale, vice T. MoK. Lnmbly, Esq., whoso
appointment for that portion of tho Ynlo
District has boon cancelled.       |jct!7-liu
1TOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKNTHAT
on and aftor the date hereof tho
sum of Two Dollars nnd Fifty Conts
(S2.50) will bo paid for every Wolf or
Panther killed in a settled district iu tho
Proviuce, on the certificate of a justice of
the pernio thnt sueh animal was killed iu
a settlement, and that tlie head wns produced to and destroyed hy him.
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B. C, July 3rd, 1883.
jyll-lm
Qnallfleatlou mid Registration
or Voters Act, 1870.
New Westminster City District.
NOTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEN, IN
accordance with clause !), sub-section "f," of the "Qualification and Registration of Voters Act, 187fi," that I
shall hold n Court of. Revision for tho
District of Now Westminstor City, at
the Court Houso, New Westminster, on
Monday, the Oth day of August, 1883, at
12 o'clock noon.
J. C. HUGHES, Collector.
Now Westminster, May 29th, 1883.
mySO-td
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
20th Juuo, 1883.
HIS  HONOR  the   Lioutonnnt-Gov
ernor hns been pleased to appoint
tha Honourable William Smithe, Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works, to he
a Gold Commissioner for tho Proviuce. (
-   jeHO-lm.
NOTICE.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_l\ tlio following described tract of
laud is hereby set apart and reserved
from snle or pre-emption, until further
notice, for the purpose of reclamation,
kc, as provided by Section fi of tho
"Land Amendment Ant, 1883," viz.:
AH the vacant, uuoceupWl land situate within tho District of Kootonay, and
lying upon the banks of tho Kootonay
river, between tho southorn boundary
line of British Columbia and a poiut lf>
miles to the north thereof, in tho'direction of Kootonay lake, and extending to
tho foot of the mountains ou each side of
said river.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works,
Lauds nnd Works Department,
Viotoria, B. C., July 10th, 1883.
jylS-lm
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Information, Employment
 AND	
HOMES for EMIGRANTS.
PRICE LIST OF FRUIT
BEAUCHAMPS
RBEAUCHAMP, YATES STRKET,
■ receives fruit direct from Sacramento Valloy, by every steamer, and is
prepared to sell at tho following prices:
Peaches, per box 81 75
Apples, per box  1 00
Peiirs, per box  1 00
Apricots, por box  1 75
Cherries, per box of 10 lbs  1 25
Oranges, 25 @ CO cents por day.
Lemons,  .35 @ 50 cents per doz
Acapnlco Limes, . .25 @ 00 conts per doz
Grceu Com, 25 © CO cents per doz
Tomatoes,. .......12$ cents per pound
RICH. BEAUCHAMP,    \
je27-tc. Victoria,
d7b7gbTant;
Queen St., - Port Moody
 DKALER IN*	
DEY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Boots & Shoes, &c.
HAVING OPENED OUT A LARGE
assortment in tlio above lines, the
subscriber is prepared to supply the
people at tho Terminus City ana elso
whoro witli everything generally founil
in a lirst-class store. All goods sold at
tho lowest cash prices.
,'iiiniilnt; Ottllil. of nil kinds.
ap!4to 11. B. GRANT. .
aiialiflcatloii anil Kcglstrntloii
of Voters Act, 1876.
Nkw Wkstminstbii District.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN
accordance with clause II, sub-section "f," of the "Qualification and Registration of Voters Act," 1870," thnt 1
shall hold a Court of Revision for tho
District of New Westminstor, at tho
Court House, New Westminstor, on
Monday, the Oth day of August, 1SS3,
ut 12 o clock noon.
J. C. HUGHES, Collector.
New Westminster, Mny 29th, 1883.
  my30-td.
Qualification and Registration
of Voters Act, 1870.
Burhakd Inlet Polling Division Elko
toral District of New Westminster.
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OK—
—FOR-—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON   TIIK—
Canadian Facie Railway
—IN —
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
The vory hest Bath Siioiiges, smull
Turkey Spougos, and hath sponge litis-
kets,
Kims' Fruit Salts, §1.00 per bottlo,
Order* for tho abovo goods solicited,
and forwarded by mail or express.
—_r o »—
SHAYI1TG
Hnlr Cutting, Shampooing, etc.,
—CAM. AT—
George Head's
SALOON.
Hot & Gold Batlis at all Hours
He lias now three chairs running, a'<d
first-class workmen. The latest pntei t
barber's chairs. Please note the ad
dress, one door below tbe Colonial Hotel,
Hew Westminster, B, 0. [up2fl.
Overseers $125 00  por month.
Rook Foremen... .S3 80 to 34 00 I? day
Earth Foremen... 2 fiO to   3 fiO     "
Bridgo Foremen.. 3 50 to   4 50     "
Bridge Carpenters,
lst clnss  3 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  3 00 "
Masons 2 50 to   3 50     "
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to   3 50     "
Black hi ui ths,    lst
class 3 50 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  3 00 "
Blacksmith  Helpers    1 5(1 to   2 0(1     "
Drillers  a 00 to 2 25     "
laborers  I "5 to 2 00     "
Hewers, 1st class 3 50 *'
Choppers, lBtolasH 2 00 to 2 50     "
Scorers, Istclnss 2 50 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed.
Board nnd Lodging.
Boarding House* will  ho convenient
along the Lino.   Board—34 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employ
ccs to board in the Company's Houses,
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
10th of each montli,
A.   ONDERDONK,
General Manager,
Office of the Contractorh,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yule, March 1, 1883.
NOTICE.
AN IMPRESSION HAVING GONE
abroad that I havo disposed of my
property at Port Haney, I hereby stato
that such Ib not thu case.
THOMAS HANEY,
nu30tc Port Haney, B.C,
MONEY TO LENDL
Lands for Sale.
W, NORMAN BOLE, Barrister,
ap28<8m] New Weitmlnitw,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, IN
accordance with clause I), sub-section "f," of the -'Qualification nnd Registration of Voters Act, 1870," that!
shall hold a Court of Revision for tbe
Burrard Inlet Polling. Division District
of New Westminster, at tho court house,
Granville, on Monday, tbe Oth dny of
August, 18S3, at 12 o'clock noon.
J. MILLER, Collector.
Burrard Inlet, 4th June,M8S3.     [ jcG-td
Notice to Claimants or Land.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
■VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
X\ tbe undermentioned lands in Now
Westminster District have beeu surveyed
and a map of same ean be seen nt the
office of J. C. Hughes, Eso., Commissioner, Now Westminster, and .at the LandB
and Works Office, Victoria, where forms
of proof and declination cnu ho procured,
Lot,  Op.    Ntimi'.     Pro-uni Reo No. <    Ditto.
473 T...S McDonnM ita Jan 21, 'Ml
474 1 ...S Mi'iloimlil l-iir!Hi:i Auk 3, '71
476 1....I Deltooliu 048 Nov 28, '08
The abovo mentioned parties, or any
other claimants to tlio above described
lands, must prove hip thoir claims within
three months from date of tins notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works,
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, 25th April, 1883.
(my2m3)
[L.S.]
CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of tho
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland, Queen, Defender
of the Faith, kc, kc, ke,
To Our faithful the Members elected to
scrvu In the Legislative Assembly of
Our Province of British Columbia,
and summoned and  called to n
meeting of tbe Legislature or
Parliament of Onr snid Provinco, at Our oity of Viotoria
on Thursday, tho 12th dny
July instant, to hnve
been commenced aud
held, nnd every of
yOH--GllEETIN(l
A PROCLAMATION.
Alex. E. B. Davie, \^TTHEHEAS,
Attorney-General, j VV the meeting
of tho Legislature or Parliament of tho
Provinco of British Coiumbin, stands
called for Thursday, the Twelfth day of
July instant, at whioh timo, at Onr City
of Victoria, you woro held and 'Constrained to appear,
Now know yo, that for divors causes
ond considerations, and taking into consideration the case aud. convenience of
Our loving subjects, Wo havo thought
fit, by and with the advico of Our Executive Council of tho Provinco of British Columbia, to relieve you, nnd eneb of
youj of your attendance at tho time
aforesaid; hereby convoking, nud by
these presents enjoining you, nud each of
you, that on Thursday, tlie 13th Uny
of tbo month of September next*
you meet Ub iu Our said Legislature or
Parliament of the said Province, at Our
City of Victoria, nud therein do as may
seem necessary.   Herein fail not.
In  Testimony   Whereof,   Wo  havo
caused theso Our Letters to be made
Patent, and tho Great Seal of British
Columbia to be hereunto affixed;    Witness,   tbo   Honourable CLEMENT F.
CORNWALL,  Licutonaut-Govornor of
Our snid Provlifco of British Columbia^
in Our City of Viotoria, in Our said Province, this Tenth dny of July, In the
{rear of Onr Lord one thousand eight
Kindred and eighty-three, aud im the
forty-seventh yoar of Our Reign.
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
Jyl8-td] ProvinoW Secretary.
The Government of British Columbia
.has established an
1MHWMNTBIM!
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.,
And nll persons wishing to obtain authentic information about tbo country
arc advised to apply, either personally or
by letter, to the Agent.
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of the country and its resources will bo
supplied free of charge on application.
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled ol* unskilled, in any part of the
Province, nre invited to place themselves
in communication with tiio Agent. Particulars should bo furnished na to the
kind of employment and wages offered.
Tho Agent will endeavor, as far as possible, to fill applications.
Office—Court House Building, Market Square, New Westminster, B. C,
■wave, robs,
jc'20 tc.] Immigration Agent.
UOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Moodyvillo Saw Mill Company
(limited) intend to make application to
the Chief Commissioner oi Lands and
Works for permission to purchase 200
acres (more or less) of land in New Westiniuster District, described as follows:
Commencing at the southeast comer of
the Indian Reserve, north of steep dill's
situate ou Shoal Channel, at the entrance
of Howo Sound; thonco west eighty
chains; thence south thirty chnins;
thence enst to the shore lino of Howe
Sound; thonco in a northeasterly direction, following the meandering-- of shore
line to point of commencement, containing two hundred acres, more or less.
MOODYVILLE SAW MILL CO.,
(Limited.)
Por B. Si'RiNCEit, Manager.
Now Westminstor, B.C., May 20,1883.
  my30-2m 	
IN
THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In the Estate of JAMES A. SIVE
WRIGHT, Deceased.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
1\ all claims against the abovc-n'nmcd
Estate must be presented aud nil debts
due tbo said Estate must be pnid, within
ono month from tbo dato hereof.
Claims arc to bo presented and ac
counts paid to Mr. John C. Bhown.
- Dated New Westminster, 25th Juno,
1883.
H. SIVEWRIGHT,
jo27-lm Administratrix,
NOTLOE-
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
I intend malting application to tbo Cliief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase one hundred and
sixty acres of land in New Westminster
District, described as follows: Commencing at a post ou a rock ina bay
known ns Ecalston Bay, situated about
midway between Atkinson and White
Cliff Points, at tho entrance of Howo
Sound; thence cast -10 chains; thonco
south 10 chains; thonco wost 40 chains,
more or less, to shoro lino of Bay; thence
northerly along shoro line to point of
commencement. -
ALFRED MASTERS.
Now Westminstor, July 11,1883.   \U 2m
DR. SPINNEY & C0.'S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DU. SPINNEY, wull known ns thu Tumi,
dor of tlio Montrcul, (C. BO Modlcnl Iintl-
tiito.-iinil lutu Prqirtotor of tlio 81-INNUYVILLB
lNr'lllMAUY, would most n-u-icctriill-* infurm
lliu pntiutitB nml tlio iiltlie'i'd [■■morally. Unit lio
still oontlnucH to trnit --iit-imk-Mill iutvou* iIIh.
I'lis-fn with ini-mr<illck'<l hiiccosii. .
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
I'oiai'iiil-cr Hint prucrnntlnntEon is tho thief of
tlmu to
COR12AND BE HEALED.
It nun ti'i's not wlmt your troubles muy bu, como
uml lot Ihu Dor tor oxiiiuliin your i'iiho. It will
t-o.'l yon ii.-.tliliiK f»r --(lm-nlti-lion, sn i>]iMse cull
iiml Kfltlsfy yourselves whothur ttio Doctor uiiilor.
stnnds your cuso. II liv cnu euro you lio will toll
you not If not, ln> will toll you tlmt, for ho will
not unit crl nil ii n cimo unions ho Is coiitlilunt of of-
fuotilll*!! CIll'O.
I'lirtlos nt n 'llstuiu-u wlshlnp trontmont, by
Ht<n<liii'- && uml n iiiEmito ilca-rlptloii of thoir
troublex will rocolvo in return n full ooursu ot
trontinnnt eecurelj nnaheil to as not to oxctto cm-
rloslty.
PH. Sl'INNHYwltl f-uiirniitee to lorfolt Fivo
Iluuilroil Dolluni Inr orcry cuso uf nuy kind nr
ulnir-u-liT wlilcli ho unilortiiKcs unit fiilts to euro.
I'. 8.—'For illm-iisi-s of short stiimlliiK, it full
course of moillcliitis, siifllctoilt fur u euro, with
nll Instruction!, vill bo sont to nuyiiililrosson
rm-li-lof $10,
Ciiltor Ailili-oss
Dr. SPINNEY to CO.,
B2S-ly      Ko.llKoariioy-st.,SiinFiiiinclsco,Ctil,
TIIE GREAT ENGLISH WIWA
Uniievcr-fiullng
Cure for Nerv-
ous Debility,Ex-
hnufltptl Vitality
of n ny k,l ti a,
Wenknres, Pnr-
alysfs, I'ropln- k
torrhuea,n]i(l ull
the terrible ef-
[frets ot 'youthful
follies, nmi exd-pses in miUiiror yeurs,
Dlt.   MIXTIK will    n-iti'i'  to    rorrVrt
Fire Hundred Hollars for u case ol
Ihis kind the Vital KcstomllVC (under
his -*|ti'i:iiil nrlricc und trentment)witlnot
cure or for ntiythlrf*' impure or injurious
founi : It. nil. MINTIE n-.-nts nil DIs-
(\i-k-. -iic-T-iffully without mercury.
Conciliation freo.   Thorough eitfttiil-
nntion nntl iiilvice, $5*00.  Price of Vital
UcstorntlYV, Shoo « bottle, or four
times the qunntily, $10-00; sent to nny
nddress upon receiptor .prico, or U O. D,,
secure from obsi'i'Vntion, and in private
name   il   desired,   hv   A.   K.  MINTIK,
H. II.
Those who ciin'iiot visit lilt, MIXTIK
in Sun KrnnciEcn Bhoubl send u full and
minute Htiitemcnt ol their troubles wllb
$25*00, und Ip return a full course of
Medicine will lie forwurded, securely
packed, so us not to excite curiosity.
All orders (or medicir-e ti, O. D. must
bo accompanied wiih $1.00 (ns a giinr-
nnteo' of pood faith), which will be de-
ducted when the puoknge is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLK FREK.-^ont on
npplication by teller stating symptoms,
sex and nge. Communications strictly
confidential. . jny'll-ly
II Ki'iirm*)- turret. Sun t'muclx-*-;, Cut,
IN THE GOODS OK
HENRY MELVILLE,
Lath of Sumas, DbqbaSkd,
V LL PARTIES INDEBTISUTOTHE
i\ ilecenBeil nre required to pay tho
iiiiiliT.si-'iii.-il thu respective amounts iluo
on or beforo tho 10th ilny of August,
1883. Ami nil nnrtics hnving any claims
(ijjniust deceased nre m-iiim! within tho
snmo pciiuil to semi their claims, properly vcrilicd, to
EUSTACE A. JENNS,
Administrator.
Now Westminstor, 3rd July, 1883.   [lm
MUMIDIPALITYofSURRET
NOTICE.
mHE ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR THE
J_ Municipality of Surrey having
been returned and revised, the taxes
uro now due and payable to mo at my
ollice, aud all taxes uot paid on or beforo
Tiio First Day of October, will bo du-
litiipicnt, und intoresbat tbo rate of one
por cent, nor mouth will bo uiUlod thereto nnd collected thereon.
HENRY T. THRIFT, Collootpr.
je'23-td] Clovor Valloy, Surrey.
NEW WESTMINSTER. BRANOn.
DEPOSITORS ARE REQUESTED
to present thoir i'ass Books for insertion of Interest up to tho JiOth June,
1888. <J. PITTKNMUGHt Agt.
N. W., July 11,1889,       [Jyll-3m.
DR. LIEBIC,
400 f-luary Street.
SanKranelKvo,Cnl
COSTINUKS TO THBAT «w-
■■I'twriilly hy lluiii'-'i-ii'tliy
_J every form of Stii-cln) or Chrmifo
D Diftt'iim, willioiit filiircnry or Nmi-
UJ -iixiiiii Drill*--. Ml. I.iKIHfl'8
C£ INVIUOHATOK U u [■■>nltlv« nud
O i>unnmunit chit for Sonilmil
. \Vwil-ni'sii-, Xcrvdim nml I'liyibil
P" Doliillly, l.iftt Miinlionil, Vltnl
(I) K-cliMi-ttluii, mul nll the terilblit
LlJ ruHUltiioriilillHeil imtiiiv, i-sri'mt.
•V- es nml .voutlir.il fiilllux. 1'lu'
••".lloelor will nui'eu In wrltlii)* to
fnifolt  fil.OOO   I'.ir  il cuso tl.llt
jiii it nil art n Ken mul riill-i to euro,
Tlio I'Olili'ti   IliiniNJiiiiU frill nut
until pf f4ciiiiiinl Wi'hIuii'hh
^y/iiiul tlm iilmvii illnunm-n Ih owlnj'
N*7y ii» a comiillonllou onllcil l'i'i»tii-
toirlifii, ulilili ii'.niiren n siieelnl
,      remeily.   nil.   MKOIG'8    IN.
'Q VIOOUATOIl,  No. 2, I* n Spa.
j-_ utile  Cuid   ('ii'    I'rotitutorrtieu.
_Z Prli-o of eltliiT Invigorator, i'i
O ]i.-r lint He. ..r li lioiili.-ijio. Hunt
T to uny mlilroKH Hcenrely covornl
_ from oliNerviitliiii, SimiiimlWoak-
im ne-s mul I'riHitiitorrlian drain vl-
■rf tidily from tho body uml ciiuno
Siiiiiiieruiis iliiwineH tlint tuiilli-
ordllinry mcdicnl trentmunt. If
ulttiWL'il to eotitiniio.ltio uiinntu-
ml In".-) ullei-lN llm vltnl iii-|*iiiih,
wlilcli iMiiRo.1 de-itrnyliig iliKenacK,
C'-mutnii'tliiii, Iiiiilii'li-H, Ilriglit'ti Dlmasu, Jnim-
illce,liii*iiiilty,-.ic. Kxnwfiuii, Non-mn, Aliimo.lu-
lierlled WcitKiH-iui. Maltiiitrklotif tljilniil nud Oeto-
lirnl Ciiiii|ilniiitN filing on Hie nliove fntul dLienseH,
Debility nml .Seminal Wenkni-i-M obntruet Iho liu-
jmrtiuil nml uecowutry nctu of life und tlieir oiijoy-
uii'iilK. Cures Uiini'iiiituc. DimiimeH of tlioOenl-
to-Urlunry Orgims, Kiilnuy,-Uvor and lllnddorn
d|ied!ilty. Tlie niiniy cuui'ilaliitN und ill(onnt'H nf
women Hpeedlly eiiiedt con mil tn tion nt nlflcu or by
littler, free nmi eunliilentliil. Hvi-ponsllilu -inrtleM
can uiT-tngo 'luymuiita lu the >mno miinncr un thoy
Would oinnliiy tlieir fiimily iibynlclim. 8lrlctont
hi'i'vitj- iiiiiliitiilned.
ONO   DOTTLE   FRBB.
Ili'giilur 3l7.o Hot tie of either In vltfonit'.-r Seul
Vreo to hIiow tho wondeifnl  nroiiurtle-i of  tha
nri'iitent Iuvlgorntor Known to Modern Sttentliitti.
■"lute »yin*it-iiii», uge. If niiirrleil, &e,
Cull or mlili-t-nn lill. MKUIU & CO., No. 400
floury Blreot, corner Hniou, Sun Kmndxco, Out.
Privnlt' untrmico, 4(15 Mii-mii Streut.
flUAMFIEIl AHD llmpoSMlitE,—DR. LIKlUll It
CO. (Irgntil/.eil In coinjillniicu villi Culifmiiln Uw.
I)i]ilomn iiroeiired by rej-uliir eollego education,
IT ycnrn Rjierliil -lriictlce, mid duly I icon Butt Iti* accordance villi Cutlrbmla Meilleol Imw, di>2
NOTICE.
DUIUNG MY TEMPORARY AB-
seneo from tho City, Mr. A, J.
Tout ik will manage tho business of tho
Holhrook Houso; nnd I hereby give notico that I wilt bu responsible for no
debts contracted without his written
order.   ■■
J. W. HENNESSY.
New West,, Jon. 3,1889. jyS

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