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 Government GnceM.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
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Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— Bf —
D. ROBSON  & CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. ENTBAHOE TO Edi-
toimlahd Business Department throuoh T. R.
Pearson A GO'S. BOOK & Stationery Store.
TE«!HS»By Mull, fOayenri fl 60 for 6 moa. t
1   |t for 3 tboi. i iiajiille tn Advance.   Delivered
by Carrier or Agent, |1 por quitter, payable
quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
AGENTS
T. N. NisBEN 4 Co. Viotoria.
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Adterthements for tbis paper.
TUIC HADED may ho found on die «t
: Mid rArrli Go... P. Bttell'ftOoi'a
Newipaper Advortlainj- Duroau(10 Spruce St.),
wliere tdnrtlildg contricU may bo made for it In
HEW YORK.
Wxt §ritwh <!totorolmu|.
WMlnendtij  Horning. Jan. 91.   IfWR.
current Events and Opinions.
The truth iB, that in the last forty
years English industry, and the
English industrial temper, if we
may use the phrase, have so completely adapted themselves to the
free trade regime'that it would now
be muoh more difficult to introduce
even a small scrap of the protective
system than it would be to introduce
suddenly absolute free trade in this
country after twenty-five years of
very high tariff.—N. Y, Nation.
Tliere can be no greater encouragement for tariff reformers than
the mppremo ■ veri policy adopted
by the N. P. organs in this country.
The barefaced manner in which they
reproduce exaggerated statements of
commercial distress which occasionally appear in Knglish papers, and
burke all per contra, statements, is a
clear confession of weakness—an
instance of "no case, blackguard the
opposite side," No sound cause
suffers by the truth lieing told about
it. . It waB only the other day that
a prominent New York journal
stated there was more distress in
the United States than in England,
and tlie Manchester Examiner—one
of the most reliable dailies in England—of a recent date says: "Notwithstanding the protracted dullness
of trade, pauperism appears to be
absolutely on the decrease, probably
because of the cheapness of the staple articles of food:" It is not possible that the zealous journalists
who so pertinaciously bolster up a
bad cause are ignorant of the reverse of tho medal. But it is a
melancholy spectacle this—morality
prostituted to party exigencies.—
The Week.
The British Columbian.
w.
for gale ot fo gUttf'
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
0
X AONEH RTREET, WITH OB WITH*
out Bonrd.       Apply ill Itimoiee,
  II08IC
VOLUME 27
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1885.
NUMBER G
no falling buck ou the old lines
without serious danger at once, and
certain disaster in the future; and
meantime it will be interesting to
observe how the late Viceroy ib received in high quarters at home.
There have been rumors of differences between him and the government, and particularly that, as to
the raising of the age of Indian candidates in the examinations for the
Ocivil Service, ho lias been overruled. We will hope- for better
things from the Gladstone government, though not from the Indian
branch of the Privy Council; and
the acceptancp-of an Indian gentleman, Mr. Siiinohiiu, as the liberal
candidate for Greenwich, and the
vigorous growth of the Indian Reform Association, aro hopbftil^signs
that the people at home are roused,
and are on the right track.—Thos.
Hughes, ex.-t)f.P.
Lord Ripon is on liis wuy home
from India, and Lord Dufferin reigns
In his stead. The -journey of the
"late Viceroy from Sinta to Calcutta
was one long triumph, so far as the
natives were concerned. They turned out in enormous numbers and
literally almost buried him in Howers at several of the larger stations,
while the Europeans, as a rule,
stayed away. His viceroyalty hus
been a critical one, and may possibly, be the beginning of great changes
in the East. Ever since the Queen's
proclamation, when India wus taken
over from the East India Company,
the theory has prevailed that the
country was to be ruled for the good
of the people, who were to be trained and encouraged to take an active
part in their own affairs, and treated
in all respects as British subjects.
As a rule, the viceroys from Lord
Canning downwards have been loynl
to the proclamation, the only marked exception being Lord Lytton,
Lord Beaconsfield's nominee. Under
him we had the invasion of Afghanistan, and the expedition to Cyprus,
resulting in a dangerous development of the Jingo spirit both in the
civil and military departments of
government. Meantime the University of Calcutta and other places
of education had been turning out
hundreds of highly educated natives,
while those who had been successful
in entering the Civil Service in the
early yeurs of the Queen's reign
were rising into high positions ns
judtres or administrators. At this
juncture Lord Ripon succeeded, and
as every one who knew his character
expected, set himself to carry out
loyally the spirit of tht Queen's
proclamation. Tlie Jingo spirit resented this after its usual manner,
and for more thun three years the
English in India, with, of course,
many notable exceptions, have been
engaged in doing everything in their
power to humiliate the Viceroy und
thwart his polioy. They have not
had much success, though in the
case of the Ilbert Bill they managed
to frighten tho Council, and to some
extent to spoil the Act; but the
social self-government policy is working far better than its authors anticipated, and the land law reform is
too far advanced already to be in
any danger of reversal It will be
interesting to watch Lord Dufferin's
handling of these burning questions.
It will be a new sensation to him
to find himself in antagonism to the'
dominant section of the society
round him; but his first utterance
at. Bombay, though to a certain extent ambiguous, would seem to indicate a resolution to carry out his
SredecesHor's policy loyally. Possi-
ly his unsurpassed tact may enable
him to reconcile the English genteel
mob in Calcutta and elsewhere to
the inevitable. If so his appointment will prove a blessing to India
and' England; for now that tho
Queen's proclamation has been made
s reality for four years there can be
Provincial Legislature.
WEDNESDAY.
In the abaonce of Mr. Cunningham,
who was indisposed, Mr. McTavish
moved the address in reply to the
speech from tho throne. ' It was seo*
onded by Mr. Rsiybold.
' Mr. Galbraith stated. that he was
leader of the opposition. ; He proceeded to review the speech. His criticisms
were extremely mild and friendly for
an opposition leader.
Hon. Mr. Smitho said he was glad
that the speech from the throne was
received with favor by the present
leader of the opposition. He was also
pleased to eee the honorablo gentleman, who had been the leader of the
opposition, affain on the floor of the
house (hear, hear) und ho expressed
regret thnt he was not aWo to take his
accustomed placo ns lender of the gentlemen opposite. He was glad that
the speech was satisfactory to the opposition. The present leader had admitted that n great deal had been accomplished und that the country was
in a prosperous condition, and also
that thp government were to be congratulated on the satisfactory situation
of things generally. With reference to
the Chinese question, the honorable
member fur Kootenny had claimed
credit for prophesying the disallowance
of the acta passed by this government.
Only one of the acts had been disallowed, and it did not follow that it
was disallowed in consequence of being
unconstitutional. The Dominion government had not stilted that it was
disallowed on tuch grounds. ' They
had stated that any act that was hot
in the interest of thu wholo Dominion
they had a perfect right to disallow.
Still ho thought we ought to be in a
position to pass such acts as wo thought
necessary, and ns long as they did not
overstep constitutional rights the Dominion government had no right to
disallow an' act. -The Dominion government had taken the ground that
until the completion of the Canadian
Pacific railway the Chinese should not
be prohibited or restricted. He was
quite satisfied with Kootenay district.
Thoy might look for pxtensive developments iu the near future. He had
had the pleasure of visiting a portion
of that district, and he had seen enough
to convince liim they had a rich nnd
important district in Kootenay, They
had as rich u district iu Cariboo, but
that district had no railway to run
through it, and had been hard pushed
on account of lack of railway facilities.
It had been necessary if prosperity was
to continue quartz mining should bo
developed; but in consequence of a
lack uf cheap transportation for supplies to that point such industries had
uot been prosecuted. In Kootenay
the Canadian Pacifio railway passed
through the centre of it, and no doubt
would attract a large mining population. The mining population would
be a consuming ono. The merchants
of Vale, Victoria nnd Kamloops would
feel the benefit of it. There waa then
another industry that would be developed. There were forests; of msgnifi-
cont timber that lie had never seen before in British Columbia, and as it was
certain that tho woodless plains east of
the Rocky mountains would draw lumber suppliea, they would see what
progress iniuht be mado in lumbering
in the Kootenay.district,
Mr. Grant sitid that in nearly all
cases the speech from the throne was
disappointing. Ho did not think sufficient provision was made for tho vigorous prosecution of the drydock. He
wss glad, however, that the government had taken steps to (insert their
authority at MetlnkaUa, aiid he 'bd-
lievod good would cniiio out bt the
commission, Tho Chinese commission
he deemed ti slur on the members at
Ottawa and of this house and he did
not Wonder thnt prominent men Stayed
away from its sittings. He.was pleased
that the government had taken up the
Alaska boundary matter nnd would
push it. The increase of gold production was gratifying; but ho felt alighted that the speech had uot noticed
Cassiar, He hoped the government
would nppenl that part of the decision
of the supreme court of Canada relating to the wholesale liquor trade to u
higher tribunal. The absence of refer-
once to education in the speech was
unfortunate. The..timo hnd arrived
when the road tolls should bo lifted
from the main and Cassiar roads. Pro*
vision Should be made for making proper surveys throughout the province.
After some remarks by Mr. Duck,
Hon. Mr. Robson said it was very
gratifying for the government and its
friends to hoar such complimentary re-'
murks, from the opposition benches.
He said the educational system was
thoroughly organized and iff good
working order, and tho, nmondmetitp
made in thu school net wero uf great
importance. The city trustees hnd
been increased from three to six, and
this had excited interest in school matters, and also the extension of tho
franchise to the women of the province
had caused grenter interest to be tnkeu
in school matters. One-third of the
entire vote was cast by tho women in
the lost sclmol trustee election; That
circumstance alone would Hponk -more
(See 3rd Puko.)
D
H. K, J. OFFERHAUI,
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON,
oc29tc Kamloops, B. C.
I OHM GARROW, M. 0.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offiob—Next, Elson'8 Tailor Shop, Cor.
Church and Columbia Sts.
DR. S. CLARKE,
Member College  Physicians
iitid SiirgeonB.'Ontarlo.   Registered under
Medical Ordinance of Uritish Columbia.
Office In D. S. Curtis & Co.'s Drugstore,
New Westminster, 11. C. Jio28lo
m  II. MATHERS, M. D.
Office-Temporarily In Wise's building,
Front streot.
Residence—St. John atreet, opposite the
TOHlf 8. McGUIRB, H. D.
tir*t«atf nf TMWt?TWt!S», flubllm
Assistant Surgeon late .Honorable East
India Compnny Service, having removed
from Clinton to New WestmlnKter, may
bn found on cor. Mary A Clarkson sts,
Otlice hours, 0 to 11 a. in,; 7 to 8 p.m. [dl7tc
H.
W. COOPER, B. A„M. D„
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OFFIOE und RESIDENCE-Clmrch St.
(next door to Farmers' Home), near
Columblu St., New Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOURS-StolOH. m.; Ito Send
6.30 to 8 p. m. Calls In town and country promptly attended to. fe2to
T-vENTISTRY.
IJ        DR. C. E. C. BROWN, Into of the
Provlncoof Quebec, has opened an offloe
nt Mrs. Holmes', MaryStreet. Offlce hours,
ii a.m. to rip. m. All work guaranteed,
noswtc
G
[ORBOUliD * McCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
Office—MeKen-elo stroot, New Westminster, B. C.
W.
NORMAN BOLE,
BARRISTE R-AT-L AW.
Laud Agent. Money to Loan,
New Westminster, R. C.
Jny7mS
HOWSE & RICKMAN
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Etc Eto.
WISE'S BUILDING,
Opposite 0. P. N. Oo'S Wharf.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
se20tc
W.H.EAIDINC.       A.J.M'MILUN.O.E.
FALDING & MCMILLAN,
LAND SURVEYORS
DRAUGHTSMEN,
Accountants, Conveyancers.
Estate and kruct Agents.
OFFIOE S-MOKENZIE 8T.
M
l-RHAV * FRY,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
Graining, Kalsomlnlng and Paper-Hang*
lug- Shop—Clarkson street, opposite tho
New West minster.Tall, New Westminster,
British Columbia. ap2-tc
R°
OVAL HOTEL,
CENTREVILLE, CHILUWHACK.
Flrat-Clasfl n mimotlntIrrn lor Travelers.
MIIS. M. A. HARPER,
mySl-'UMy Proprietress.
M:
RS, H. A. HARPRR, -        ,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
Dry Good* and (irocrrle%, Millinery nnd
Fancy Good*.
First-Class Dressmaker In attendance.
 my2t*'84-ly	
H
VGIIRS * ATKINSON,
HEAL ESTATE BROKERS
And Conveyancers. Aooounta collected
ami Lonnti Negotiated. Offlce, Columbia
street, opposito the Post Offlco, New Westminster, B.C.
J. C. Hughes,
Notary Public.
T. C. Atkinson.
E. E. RANI).
Real Estate Brakem, 1'onveyancem and
Insurance Agent*.
Port Woody and New Wo8tmlnnter„Pro-
pertyo specialty.
Offlco, New Westminster,
t, opposl
,B.C.
m   J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblastreet, New Wast minster
Parties desirous of disposing of their
farms, etc., will do well to place the aame
In the hands ofthe nbove.
Atl commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when required. mhl2*t.c
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
deeto
b. a
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
KOSTFASHIO^ABLE INTHGCITY.
Opposite the Bonk, Columbia street,
Now Westminster, B.C.      [my26-tc.
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHOBN'S
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
3'iop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Columbia st, New Westiniuater.
WEST END
J. BAGNALL,
INMRIER S. MANUFACTURER OF
PUIS & ORGANS
AXD ALL KINDS  OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
WILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
ba happy to receive and execute orders
for all kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Keary, N. W., will re.
ceive prompt attention, jy28tc
T. N. HlBBEN & CO.
AND GENERAL DEALERS IN THE
many varieties of stock indirectly
connected with the abovo.
Having studied the best markets for the
pant quarter of a century, economy iu
purchasing has been attained by Importing lu quantities direct from tbo publish'
ers and manufacturers, and no pains is
spared to keep a full and well-selected
Btock.
Old Masonic Building, Govermerit St.
VICTORIA, B. C.
*rThu following New Books just received: Canadian Plelnres, hy Mar«nls
of Kenei Treasury tt (tongi draw's in-
rivalled Family Atlas. oefflto
Two Doors!
3IHAT IS TO SAY, HE HAS REMOVED
. - his well selected stoek of General
erclliuidise Into
Lundbom'* Block, Columbia St.
Where he hopes to meet all his old friends
nnd lots of new ones.
He wishes to call attention to his splendid stock of.
MEN'S CLOTHING
-AND-
Furnishing Goods
JUST ARRIVED.
•VHts assortment of SWMJUIKa AHD
rBOVMMN* cannot bo beat In tins city
for quality mv prices.
Give him a call and Judge for yourselves.
' selSto
Plain and Fancy
And Confectionery always on hand.
Delivered o any part of the City.
acELXjTT BROS.,   Columbia Street,
 Jeai-to __
MRS.   DOMINY,
•pESPEOTFULLY SOLICITS A SHARE
XV ofthopatronngcof the Ladies of New
Westminster.   Address,
Cnroof Miw. Monok,
de20m! Douglas St.
J. S. McGUIRE, M. 0.
NEW WESTMINSTER, RO.
Ills groat Bemedr nir Connumplluu In
lis Irst ee second stage.
DR. McGUIRE WILL AGREE to cure
Consumption in Its Aral or second
stage under his advice and treatment. No
foe remiired If not n perfect cure obtained.
Dr. McGuire treats nll disease of the
lungH without cod liver oil, Fellows' coin*
pound syrup of hypupliusnhatos, or liny
other medicines ndvertim>d for InngdlN-
cuse. Tin- Doctor has made tills tUnniHe
his specialty for tlie last fifteen yoars.
Thorough examination and ndvice, tii*.
Those who cannot visit Dr. McGulre nt
New West., H. C, should send a full and
minute statement of their trouble, with
ftll, ami In return afnllcoiirsoof medicine
will be forwarded.
dolttfl
J. S. McGUIRE,  M. D.
Every Man to his Own Business
-Am.   PEEL&
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP   COLONIAL HOTEL),
..'NRW  WESTMINSTER,   B. 0.
Physicians' Prescription! ind Tamil? Recipes i Specialty.
N. B. — Only Genuine Drug. uml.
Over twenty years' experience.     mr23
JSTOTIOB.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVEN  that
application will   be  made, at ttie
next sesHlon of the IiCgltilnturcof llrltlsh
Columbia, for an Act to Incorporate a
Compnny for the purpose of construolistg
and operating » street railway between
Granvlllo nnd tho Hastings Government
UoNcrve, and between tho former point
nud a point on English liny, with pnwwr
to the snid Company to extend brunch
lines In nnortherly orsoutherty direction,
suoh railway to pass over such lands only
ns nre at tho passing of thin Act, or which
may bo hereafter, sot aside for public-
roads.
I). M. KI1KHTS,
Solicitor for Applicants.
Dated 11th December, ins*. JnyStn
Blacksmith Shop!
Next Ewen's Cannery,
Columbia Street,   New Weitminiter.
SPEIRS & BEATON,
MACHINISTS AND GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
The latest appliances In machinery and
tools, nnd a good Job guaranteed.
Horse shoeing, Repairing and Jobbing
of overy description. All onlcrs promptly
attended to. ocltc
A. GUTMANN,
DF.AI.KK IN
General Merchandise
COLUMBIA STBEET,
•rp, (olanlnl Ho til, Nrw Wmluiliwirr.
Guns, Ammunition,
Cigars, Tobacco, Candy,
JMJJBJBJBSCBJA-TJM   JPXJPJJBS.
1IKI1IKST CASH PRICE PAW I'Oil A I.I.
KINDS OK FlIIIK.
ocMte 	
Tmperiai7
FIliF INSURANCE CGMP'Y.
I Oi.ii Bboau St. and 16 Pali. Mam.,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING ROTORS A OTHER
Buildinga, Ooods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tht
Caigoea of such Vessels; also, Shins 1 mild •
ing and repairing, Barges and other Vea
sola on navigable rivors and canals, and
Ooods on board auoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FKtJM LOSS OR DAMASK BV FIKI.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
•81,(300,000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and every informntion can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for New Weitminiter..
WOODS & TUB,
LAND SURVEYORS
DRAUGHTSMEN
COME AND SEE
Bood Times Sm Cont Apia, Soji!
mHE PROPRIETOR, JAMES TURX-
X BULL, having again taken posseHHlon
of tho TEMPERANCE HOI HE fronting on
Columbia and Church Streets, opposite
Episcopal Cburch, City of New Westminster, fi. C, and now known as the
FARMER'S    HOME,*'
Will accommodate all his old friends and
the public generally who favor him with
a coll, at old prices. Hoard per day, 11.00;
Bonrd per weeR, 85.00; Single Meals, 25
cents; Itcds, 25 cents. itfOood accommodation for Ladles and Families.    au20te
GRANVILLE,
Burrard Inlet, B. C.
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
PROPRIETOR.
(Jllliyl)
STATION RESTAURANT
YALE, B.C.
OLOSF. AT HAND TO THE RAILROAD
STATION.
THE UNDERSIGNED luivllig fitted up
this iiPWcHtabliHlinipiitnnn flrst-clnNM
restaurant, Invite tho public to give him
a call where Meal, are nerved o. lhe
NhnrlrM Jotlcr.  Next door will be found
A WelMfeleMed Modi *t
GROCERIES, GAME AND FRIHT
Alio, • Flnt-Claw Bakery.
P. OLAIR,
4ocfim ' Proprietor.
-DEALERS IN-
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
Fancy Goods, &c,
YALE,   B.   0.
A   LARUE   STOCK   ALWAYS ON
A   tiRiul.  Goods not In stook will ho
ordered promptly.      t
Newspapers  and  JUggmslues  supplied from all puns of tho world.
Prompt attention given  to orders by
mall.
Juaotc-l    A. O. JOHNSTONt Manager.
-ROYAL CITY-
TOWN PLOTS JI SPECIALTY
Real Estate, Insurance and
Commission Apte.
Conveyancing of nil Descriptions   accurate!)   and
\ promptly done.
r. tt. Drawer W.
Telephone S.. St.
OFFIOE:
Ellaitl's  lllnok.   Ooluinliiii   Sti-ert,
OIT. ll.VNK OF IIKITINH I'OU'MIIIA.
JiljMIO WOttlM tt Tl IIM «.
Mechanics' Store!
ONE PRICE TO ALLI
LUNDBOM'S  BLOCK,
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
GROCERIES
Hnlil by Wholmalr.
HKTAII,   IIKI'ARTHRNTl
DRY QOODS,
CLOTHING,
Boots and Shoes!
Hold nt exceedingly low prices.
Also, on hnnd, a lorno stock of
OILCLOTH •"SV,,0,)'*n,,
L. GOLD.
fl
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street,
P WESTICHSIEE. I C„
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OF
ROUGH AND DRESSED
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City,
TDK CULINARY DEPARTMENT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSlGiJED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Publio that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found first-ch»s, and
at reasonable ratea.
The Parlors and Sleeping Apart-
■MtS are under the superintendence
of Mrs. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
1 Private Reading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with boohs and papers, is
provided for the use of guests,
JNO. AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
r.OKE OF HEAVY WORK OXEN VOU
Sale.        Apyly at THI8 OFFIOE.
  nol2tc
To Rent or Lease!
rIAT FINE TWO-STORY HOUSE, on
the corner of Douglas und Pelham
Htreets; with the lot continuing IV, acres.
Rout low.   Applyto
dol8to JAS. CUNNINGHAM.
FOR   SALE.
SK
THE"
Shell Boiler.
02-lneh Spalding Tooth Haw.
•I-home Wagon,
BO fontDrJ-hiclr Slcel Wire Hope.
4 Ox Yoke..
The above will be .old cheap. Apply at
the Brunette Sawmill.
11051c DeBECK BROS. & CO.
Farm for Salel
THE  UNDEB8IGNED  OFFERS FOR-
Hale eltlier of the three iiOO-nere Loll
owned by liim, m It mny suit the put "
er. These IhiuIk ure a jmrt of the fluent
liinils on Nortii Arm, Lulu Inland, and
He In one of the best Hetdeinenla In B. C.
All have fine improvementa and are
mostly fenced. There is ft fine bouse and
two large nnd costly bnrna, nil new,on
the Innds. There Is a Sunday and weekday school and meeting of tlie different
r-ersunsioiis held in (he neighborhood..
These lands nre nhout ft inllen distant
from Hie terminus ofthe O.P.R. R. Alio
offers ono Team/or snle. Forpnrtieulaw
apply lo mc on (he premises.
JOHN C. VERMILYEA.
North Arm, Dec. II), 1884. dc20to
t
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS FINK AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently completed and is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which' has become the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
In British Columbia The prospect is
charmine, the sea breezes are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Bitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
ia entirely detatched from the main
building.
mW The Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.  BLACK,
jy28tc Proprietor.
LMSR
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
in   ™™,
Net Floats, Trays
AND AU, KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows*
Blinds.
Frames,
Mouldings.
Brackets,
Railings.
Balusters,
Newels,
rial! * rue; t ill Kindt «r
TURNED    WORK.
KftM)
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 style.
UNDERTAKING
In all ita branches. The undersigned
hu the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. 0. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
.Store. auGtc
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM. LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads rurniingthrough
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's LandinfcBiC.
•fcTOTIOS.
PARTIES ABE HEREBY CAUTIONED
ngalnst negotiating or.otherwtue dealing with ii promissory note drawn by
"Duncan Smith In favor of A.C. Fraser,
dated lltli Deo., 1883, for the sum of S0SS.O0:
tne same having been lost by the under
signed.
BICim H. ALEXANDER.
Burrard Inlet, B.C:.,21rdDce.  1R81.     27in
3STOTXOE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat tbe
ll undersigned, doing a general mer*
I'hitiidlse business at QranvlUc, It 0.,
under the mime of Hemlaw A Co.. have
this day dissolved partnership by mutual
consont. Owing to the Ul health of H.
Hemlaw, who retires from Did firm, all
debut must lie pnld to E, Gold, who assumes al! nubilities.
(Blgnedl H. HEMLAW.
E. GOLD.
Granville, B. C„ Dec. Ml, 18M.
THANKING ALL MY  FRIENDS for
their kind tmlrouage for the past, I
would ask n continuancb of the same for
the remaining partner.
JnyStc H. HEMLAW.
C.PITUB
COALHARBOB
KOIt S.U.E BY
HUGHES & ATKINSON,
Opiunlli. roil UMre, \rw Wnlaila.lrr,
Brlll.h lolnnlila.
demo
O. R. & N. CO.
mHE STEAMER
-IDAHO"
Will run between
New Westminster i Tacoma
CnHlug at Porl Townsend, Belittle,
mill Intermediate Furls,
as follows:
UasiTuoim mn Wimiuat at I MUIHIVIHI]
at New Wutwmth Fiidat Moihiuc.
Liavi Km Wutwmtii mny laroion «
I».»., miivihs n Tmmm Iuhh aftu-
REDUOTION OF FARES.
New Weithinitei ti Post Towmmi,   14.00
Iiattli,   •    •    6.00
•     • 8.00
C. E. CLANCEY, Agent,
selfflc
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite lie Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
. usortment of ill dsscriptions of
MEATS AND VE0ETABLES
Constantly on html, ud supplied to Fun-
Hies, Restautmiits, snd Steamboats at th.
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
F. KIMBLE,
CITY BAKER
—AND— *     *
Produce Dealer.
Columbia 8l„    Kew Weitalnter.
BODto
TERMINUS
Livery and Stage Stables I
COLUMBIA BTREET,
Foot of noiiBlns.   KEW WESTMMlTU.
«m. b. towhsehpT nnnnetn.
11 M.I I IK line of Ktntje.lot'an Monty.
Rpcclnl exlm Rlgswhen required.
Saddle Horses nnd Buggies for hire.
General Teaming promptly Attended to.
SOO CORDS OF FIRE WOOD FOR MU.
Ordem left nt the London Murktt will
tie promptly lilted. ncStc
GUNS!
Rifles & Revolvers I
BREECH-LOADING SHOT GUNS
From $10.00 to $180.00.
BREECH-LOADING RIFLES
From J6.00 to »7«.00.
REVOLVERS .
From I3.J50 to K5.00.
SHOT, SHOT, SHOT,
AU sizes, from dust to 28 bill.
Eagle-Dnckt Curtis*Ml.
Diamond Grain P»w*r.
Hnving imported direct from tin Ftc.
tory the largest stook of Guns, Ril* ud
Revolvers over held in this Province, 1
can and will sell cheaper than any othtr
house in 6. U, ond what WKVBiaya
yon can rely on.
Mainland Gun Store,
COLUMBIA IT., IHW WHTWMTtB,
A> Immense sIMk sf Ss»Hlaf Mmtt,
racket fallen sad Tebaeeulsts' au-
dries, ..a Faaey «a*ds. avltte
iii US') __^_m___________m
NOTICE.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Ferry's Seed Annual Ferry & Co.
■ Notice.., Phil. McMahon
Hyack Ball .Ino. McMurphy
Appointments Prov. Sec.
School District.., Jno. Robson
Colonial Hotol Jno. E. Insley
For Sale W. H. Ladner
House to Let TH. V. Edmonds
flu glrttish OTolumbinn.
Weaaesdnr  MomlBir, Jan. 11. l«».
Provincial Finances.
Referring to the speech from tlio
throne we observed that tho finances
of the province woro in a very satisfactory condition. For some years
the people of this country have been
accustomed to expect to fnce deficits
regularly every year, and it had become n matter of considerable anxiety. When there is an adverse balance for a succession of years the
only wny to meet tho demand is by
borrowing. But borrowed money
must be paid sometime, nnd it carries interest right along. We are
glnd to find that the fiscal yenr ending 30th June last shows n vory
decided improvement. The ordinary
revenue of the province for that
year was $503,107, being about
S'7.000 in excess of the previous
year. In addition to this huge increase in ordinary revenue, the province received ^384,512 from the
Dominion government on account
of dry dock, making the total re-
ceipts"lS887,619. On the 20th June,
1883, the province's liabilities exceeded its assets by §328,602: last
June this was so fnr reversed that
the assets were SI,997 iu excess of
tho liabilities. It is very gratifying
to find that, notwithstanding the
large appropriations made for public
works, the expenditures were met
and the revenues went beyond the
estimates. At the end of 188-t
there was a cash surplus of §134,-
000, and the hon. minister of finance
stated in the houso that the revenue
derived from provincial lands during
the last half of 188-1 amounted to
$125,0001 In the seven years previous to 1883 the revenue from
lands only reached the sum of
§188,747. These sacts are most
important, and show beyond question the great growth which is taking place in this province.
But,  in a far wider
have a fair claim upon
Railway Connection. ■
The publication of the official
correspondence relating to the extension of the C. P. R. to Conl
Harbor has produced somewhat of a
sensation. There were quito a number, it seems, who clung to a belief
that the matter had not yet reached
a, settlement, and that, perhaps, th.
negotiations might terminate otherwise than% they have done. The
correspondence leaves no room nt
all for doubt, and it is as well that
all interested may at once face the
facts as they are presented. There
are a number of persons in this
city who seem disposed to blame
the government because it did not
include railway connection with
New Westminster in the conditions
attached to the grant of lnnd made
to the syndicate. We confess that
we should have been very much
pleased if this had been done, even
if it involved the gift of some additional property. But under the
circumstances the government could
uot judiciously insert such a condition during the progress of negotiations! We have already pointed
out how some persons freely charged
the Coal Harbor "ring" with endeavoring to persuade the city to give
fifty or seventy-five thousand dollars to bring the railway pnst Port
Moody to Coal Hnrbor. This
"ring," it wns snid, was composed
of members of the government.
Now, if the government had made
it a condition that the railway was
to touch this city, it could not go
via Port Moody, and Port Moody
property owners would have reason
to complain that by tho government's interference they were deprived of a railway. We should
never have heard tho ond of the
nbuse the government would have
received. Now that the whole matter has been made public, however,
the objection to government interference does not exist   Tiie people
* of this city have already manifested
their desire for railway connection
by'somo means, and tho people of
Port Moody must see by the correspondence that it hus been fully
decided to make the terminus at
Coal Harbor or English Bay. There
can no longer remain any valid vca-
' son why Port Moody should oppose
railway connection between New
Westminster and the O. P. II., or
" why the government should not interest itself actively iu securing
that connection. Indeotl there are
many valid reasons why it should
Many of those who havo invested
in Port Moody are also interested
in New Westminster. If Port
Moody investments are not likely to
prove the bonnnsa that was expect-
Ml, an advance in Now Westminster
•State would bring substantial com
pensation,
sonse, wo
the government's consideration.
Millions of iicres of provincial lands
have lieen given away to secure
railways in the province. The railway belt, extending from Port
Moody to the Rocky Mountains,
the Peace River block of 3,500,000
acres, tho large tract of conl lands
given to the island railway syndicate, the 750,000 acres surrendered
in Kootenay—all these gifts have
Tiecn made for railway and steamboat connection. When the schemes
embodied in these gifts have been
completed wo shall fiud that railway or steamboat communication
has been procured to almost every
city or village of any importance
where such a thing wns practicable
in tho province. Victorin, Esquimalt, Nanaimo, Granville, Port
Moody, Yale, Spence's Bridge, Kamloops—nil these will be connected
by railway. The Kootenay country
will also he opened up by railway
and steamboat routes, and provisions
nre made to connect Kamloops by
wagon road witli Columbia river(
through Eaglo Pass. All these
roads have been.built, or are being
built, by subsidies of provincial
lands, and by the alienation of
these lauds the ratepayers of Now
Westminster are as much nftected
as the people in any other part of
the province. But although the
subsidized road coines within six or
seven miles of this city, we have
no railway connection, and no pnrt
of the benefit arising from the
alienation of these Innds comes
lirectly to New Westminster. It
happens, therefore, that after millions of acres of public lands have
been given away for railway purposes, and almost every city and
iliage in the province has been
provided with or promised railway
connection, New Westminster, the
largest and most important city on
the mainland, and the second largest in the province, is entirely
without a railway, and must full
back upon its own energies and resources. It is asked for a bonus of
§75,000 and right of way, which
means probably §85,000 or §90,000.
No other city in the province hns
been nsked to give a railway bonus
amounting to one farthing—the
bonuses have lieen ull given by the
government. If it was considered
in 'the interest of the provinco to
subsidize the extension from Port
Moody to Granville, it is also in the
interest of the province to furnish
railway connection at this city.
The whole of tho district of New
Westminster west of Port Hammond and south of the Fraser looks
to this city as its natural market.
Here the people come to sell their
produce and purchase their supplies and find conveyances by which
they can reach other parts of
the province. It would be very inconvenient for these people, after
crossing the river, to drive to Granville or Port Moody in order to connect with the railway. There ought
to be a railway connection here,
and wc submit that it is reasonable
for us to expect that the government will use every legitimate
means nt its disposal to givo us a
railway. If it can do that by a
further grant of lund nt Conl Hur-
bor, it should innko that grant.
Then the cities of the mainland as
well as those of the island would all
be provided with railway connection, nnd would stand upon an equal
footing with respect to trade Advantages: Wc do not propose that
the line should lie diverted from
Port Moody or anywhere else. Let
the government otter tho syndicate
a certain quantity of land to connect with this city, und let the
syndicate make whnt connection
seems to it most suitnble iu the
interest of trnde.
A -Viiik-.Si'kbaii Evil..—The great
source of conwirirpt'pn .nd of .ugly sores
is scrofula in the biooil. Burdock Blood
Hitters pdrify the whole system anil cure
mirofnlri, As well as the more common
Moor! humors.
PlIOVI.M'lAl. BBOBICrAHY>S OfFICR,
l.jth.liirririiry, I**.",.
HIH IIONOll the Ueiiteinrrrt-Oimrnior
hns been plossedtomnkotho following appointments!
CltAKf.BR Tone, Ksriulnr, to I* aStlnon*.
rllurv Magistral*Ih nml tor tlie Province
ot British Columlil'i.
T. I.uiiiis, Flsolllro. lo lie un niacin!
rii.'iirtuT ol the llorrrii of III rectors of tho
lloynl Hospllnl, Victoria, vice 1'. Mc
(grindo, deceased. JrryJiltl
FOR  SALE:
A  COW,   iN'KWlA*   CALVED"   flQUlJ
milker; well broken.   Also, Hevenil
oilier well broken omvs nbout to eulf.
\V. H. LAUXKll,
Jiiy21te. Udiif-T-a f,!indlnj(.
HOUSE  TO  LET.
rhis slreel.   Amil\
. V. EDMONDS,
Laiul Agenf.
«%'
FERRY'S
. lout year wltfiout^^1^
ordering it It contain-- illustrations, prices,
descriptions and directions for planting all
Vegetable and Flower SUDDS. BULBS, etc.
D.M. FERRY & CO. =*»*n*
.      LETOALM
Will be mailed	
to aU applicants.
and to customers ol
• Diiagir, tfuuiu.
II
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, JB. 0.
Ill IK LA.UCIEST, BEST l''l?KNIKIIKl>,
nud most comi'li'tc Hotel In Hrltlsli
Col n mb in.
Building uml   Kurnlluro entirely new,
mul unHiiriinsseil In tlie [irovlnee.
Every comfort for Kiipsts. Htilts of rooms
for families.
CHRIS. WILSON, J. E. INSLEY,
Mliringer. Proprietor
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREDY GIVEN, Hint-in
compliance witli section -I, "Timber
Act, 18SI," I intend applying to tbe Chief
Commissioner of I.niuls und Works forn
license lo cut and carry away timber
from tlie foi lowing described crown lands
staked oil* by mo previous lo the date of
tliis application:
Commencing nt a.stake on lhe shore of
Burrard Inlet placed alongside Ihe northwest corner stake of I,ot four hundred and
fi.rtv-seven mi), Oroup Ono (I)j-running
ilienee west along the north line of mud
lot tweiilv chnins, thenee due norlh forty
chains, thenee duo oust forty chnins,
Ilienee due south to tbo western boundary
line of ihe Moodyville timber reserve,
Ilienee along tbe said lines to the sliore of
Burrard Inlet, and thenee westerly along
sold lore to tho point nf commencement;
containing ono hundred and sixty ncres,
more or less,
Jny21ml PHIL. MrMAHON.
ANNUAL
HUCK BALL!
TIIK HYACK FIRE COMPANY-have
pleasure in unnoiincing thai tbey will
give tlieir annual Ball and Supper in the
DRILL SHED
Friday Night, Jan. 30th, 1885,
To which tbey cordially Invite their
friends aud the eltl/ens generally.
Dancing atS.:» p. in.
TICKETS; (Icntlemen-(including sup-
perl, $±.r*0; Ladies free.
Tickets may 1)0 had from Chief Engineer
Wm. McColl, Cnpt. .Ino. Held, Lie " " '
Homer, oral TP It. Pearson A Co's.
Lieut. Fred
JOHN MQMURPHY,
Secretary.
JnyJIC!
FOR SALE:
milE LONDON ARMS SALOON, Cor-
X nor Columbia and McKenzie Sis.,
New Westminster, containing one new
Billiard Tanleil.-iSi, one l.Vliall Pool Table
M!-.'.\''i; 7 Bedrooms, furnished and partly
occupied. Lease to run for :i years from 1st
Mav. TKHMH CASH. For further particular* apply to
JnylTto        \yitlClHT A FK1K1USON.
A. GUTMANN,
nrc'.vi.Kit in
General Merchandise
COLUMBIA STREET,
Op|i. Coloninl Hiili'l. Sevr We.lmln.lrr.
Guns, Ammunition,
Clsiirs, Tobacco, Candy,
JMJEJE3KSCJJra.A.XTJJMJ   JPXJJF23S.
HIGHEST CASH PIUCK PAIS KOH ALL
KINDS OF FUH.H.
O0l8to
Words Fail iH
Seliiy CAnrnn, of Nashville, Tenn., "for
tbe beneiltH derived Irom
Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Having been afflicted nll iny lifo witli Scrofula, my system scorned satumted with it. Jt
came out tn lllotclies, Ulcers, Mil Matter/
Sores, all ovor my body." Mr, Carter states
lhat lie wns entirely cured by tho use of
Ayku'h SAitftAi-.wtn.i,.., and since discontinuing its use, eight months ago, lie has had
tio return of tho scrofulous symptoms,
All baneful infections of the blood ere
promptly removed by this unequalled alterative.
PREFA11ED DY
Dr.J.C.AyerACo.. Lowell, Man.
Said by all Druggists; $1, fix bottles for W-
A SPECIAL MEETING of   the Caledonian   and   St. Andrew's Society
will beheld in the Colonlul Hotel on the
evening of ihe 2(lth January, at It o'clock.
JiiylTid By order of the chief.
J. A. BOWES
BUTCHER
YALE & HOPE, B. C.
AU Orders for Heat promptly Mini
(do27lc)   -
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STREET ■ VICTORIA.
■A.GUEJKTTS   JJD-OJJR
North British and Mercantile
insurance Vo. Tor Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
86 Filisbury Circus,
London, K. C.
THE NINTH CONCERT
 OF TIIK	
CHORAL UNION
wn.li be riivns in run
SKATING    RINK
On Wednesday,  .Ian.  28th,   I8S5.
mm-:  PROGRAMME  will consist ol
X   select ions from "The May Queen,"
and a varied collection of  sot,OK jvoeal
an.I    In- ih      I'l'Kls.    Tl'.h-s.
QUARTETTES, CHOItUSES, Ac.
ts., may be scoured at T. It. Pearson*
Co's. JnylTtd
Private Bill.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
X\ umdlcatlon will be made to the
Legislative Assembly of tlie Province of
llrltlsh Columbia,ut the present ncbmIou
thereof, for tin Act to Incorporate a Company for the purpose of constructing, man*
limine ami maintain! nf? wuter works at tlio
terminal point of the Canadian Pacific
Railway, on Coul Harbor nnd English
Bay, nud for tlie purposes tlierereof, grunting to tho said company tbe privilege of
taking water from Capilola Creek, Burnaby Lake, or other sitable points, with
power to tlio said company to build
mimes, aqueducts, lay pipes, erect dams,
acquire lunds and do all other acts and
tilings necessary for tlie purposes nforo-
sald. I). M. EBEItTS.
Solicitor for Applicants.
Dntctl tlie Kllh day of Jnnuury, 1S85.
  JnylTllw	
WILL CURE OR RELIEVE
BILIOUSNESS,
DYSPEPSIA,
INDIGESTION,
JAUNDICE,
ERYSIPELAS,
SALT RHEUM,
HEARTBURN,
HEADACHE,
And every speci-.-. l
disordered LlVC.l,
BOWEl.'J
DIZZINESS,
'R0PSY,
FLUTTERING     i
OF THE HEART,
4CIDITY QF
THE STOMACH
DRYNESS
. OF THE SKIN,
I't'l-^nia .-.rialpg fron*
K.Ji.LYS.   GTOMAOH,
T. MILBURH & GO., "'"^Wo
Just Opened flat
Me l'u]>fc>t HrnNlile Library,
Including the New Style,
Robertson's 'Mill Merita.
Very Complete Line of
The Foe Ih, Various Klyley,
Murk Twaln'H Experience, 1 bit,
Job Lot of 1") cent Novels,
Richardson's Piano Instructor.
("otzc'H Organ Instructor.
Superb Song Book, 81.
Hong Folio, $1.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
Hooks, stationery, and Music, Columbia
street, New Westminster.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
niKiwcred, under tbe
W|l," to create School
Phovincial HBrKKTAiiv'BOi-'KirB,
nth January, lfttt-V
WHEREAS (he LicuUinaiiMlovornor
In Council Is empowered, nnder the
"I'ubtlc School" Act, I!
Districts, In addition
Isllng, nud lodellue the boundaries thereof, and from timo to time to alter tiio
boundaries of existing Districts; It iHlicro-
bv notified that His Honour hns been
pli-ased loercatolhetraelof land enclosed
within the undermentioned boundaries a
School District, under the title of the
"Hall's Prnirie School District," vlB.1-
Coinmenelngat the Iron Post, International Boundary Lllio, Semiabinoo Buy;
ilienee enst, nlong said boundary line, lo
the eastern boundary of Surrey; tlicnco
north, along (ho ciwtern bouiiilury line of
siirri'V, A dMHiico of three miles; thonco
west, to Scmliihiiioo Bay; thenee south,
along the shoro Uno of Semhihtnoo Hny,
to the point of commencement.
•""""% BOUHON.
jnvzltt TOVH'WJ SW*tWj
1885.
Harper's   Magazine.
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ItuwtA't Maqahks will cuncludu lln lliiity.Ilfili
year. Tho oldest peri ori tad of Un type, ft I* yet,
In ouch in-iv volume, n new magazine, not
»ini|ily benniKo it iiirwiita freih inMect* iinri new
pictures, but nliu, nml ililctiy, Iiccuiiih* It Klcmlily
iiilviiiw-i'H iii tii** method itniflf of mniiii/liie.iiiiik-
inji. In ii word, tlio MloAHKE bec-anon morn mul
mure tlio faithful mirror of current lifo nud
niiivniieiit. bawling fctitnm In tlio attractive
progntmttffl for 188» uro:   new serial mucin by
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C.G. MAJOR
January G, 1884.
Thii. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing , in it from the following
FACTS:—
Tho SocurUy offerod to policy holdora Ik
uiiiuirpnKRcd by ony Com puny duing bind-
newt in CmiRdu,
It luw lio inhumes of Insurance*, hut tlm
wull-rstiibllnhcd linos, lieuro the nollo.V
holders cannot bu minted an to their contracts.
Iin Btjitomcntti to tho public cun be rend*
llvundersUiod.lts rush Htutomont show*
ing every ltom of Income und hnwoxpen*
don. •
Its posit lon In Ascertained nnmmlly from
a detailed vuluntlon In which overy Item
of llnbillty Is included.
Its progress hns boen unexnmpled In
(lie history of insurance in Cunudn.
Us policies aro indisputable nfter three
years, nnd non-forfof IruIc after two yenrs'
exlstonno.
Its profits nro distributed upon an eqiilt-
ublo basis. The profits to one class of
policy holder* are not lessened to give
larger profits to uny other cluss, which
metliml ntlbrds superior ndviintngcs over
tho uniform bonus plnn of itlstrlbutlon.
Liberal rnntllllsiis as lo Residence aad
Travel.
J. K. MnoDONAI.D,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Agents, Now V/eatmlnster,
Jn7*2ino.altnrnnte,
i
*   zz
*   O
o
Ui
$  U)"S
?0 8
The balance of
Men's Overcoats, Ladles' Jackets and Ulsters, Women's and
Children's Hosiery,
&c, all Dress Goods,
at a sacrifice.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, fi. C.
—IliroKTEBS AND IIEAI.BhS IS-.
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
Magazines,
Toys, etc.
EXPRESS RATES.
UNTIL FUHTUKR NOTICE the mlcs
of express freight on packages and
parcels, safely nnd properly put up and
not containing any extra vnlunble or
dangerous compounds will be:
Between Victoria and New Westminster.
Packages under 10 lbs.. 25 ctB. euch
Packages over 9 and under 25...50cts. each
Packages over 21 nnd under 50..76 cts. each
Packages over 60 at I cont per lb
. From New Westminster to Tale.
Less than 8 lbs ', 25 ots. each
Krom 3 lbs. to 10 lhs liOotn. ouch
From lo lbn.'to 251bs 7ficts. each
From 25 lbs. to 50 lbs , tl 00 each
From 50 lbs. to Ih lbs 81 W each
From 75 lbs. to 100 lbs, or ovor..2ots. per lb
To Mpenee's Bridge and Polnl* between
Vale and Hpcnce's Bridge*
Loss than 2 lbs..... 25 cts. each
From 2 lbs. to 5lbs 50ots. ench
From 5 lbs. to 10 lbs „.«l 00euch
From 10 lbs. to itl lbs 10 cts. per Ih
From 25 lbs. to75 lbs  8 cts. por lb
Over75 lbs  octs. peril)
To Nicola,- Savona,   Knmloops,   Cache
Crook nnd Clinton, 20 cts. por lb.
To Barkorvlllo nnd nil   points between
Barker vl Ho and Clinton ..25 cts. per lb
On C. O. D. and valuablo packages one
por cent, on value In addition to ordinary
rates.
MONEY  RATES
Between Victoria anil New Westminster,
M CTS. PER $IM,
Remittances Insured against nil risk at
."Lloyd's,1'
HUSK  8. UABNABD,
Mannger B. C. Express Co
C. O. MAJOR, Columbia St..
au2to Agent New west minster.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and   second   tp  no
House in  British Co-
'umbia.
—SOLE AGENTS FOR	
ThB Henry F. Miller Fiano,
Ol Boston,
The Dominion Organ,
Of Bowmanville, Out.,
And agents (or all the leading American
PIANOS & ORGANS
F. N, COULTER.
T.J.
HI 4 li
Apothecaries
DBALE1W IN
Pure Drugs I Hs
PERFUMERY,
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC,
PHYSICIANS'  PRESC1HPTI0NS
A SPECIALTY.
Compounded nll hours of tlio Day k Night
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On tht premises, as neatly aud cheaply
m at any othei establishment in the'
Province.
Jny7to
S   "TIME S <tff ^ "
«M&B"*
CIJcMDHTI
WATCHMAKER
Jeweller & Optician,
COLUMBIA STOEKT, .
New Westminster, B, 0„
Begs to inform Iris patrons and ths inhabitants of British Columbia, that
Inr hns ongagcil the services of
MR. F. CRAKE,
For n number nr ycura milliliter of the
Watchmaking nud Repairing Department of Mcsbvs. Savage, Lyman k Co.,
of Montreal. They aay of him thtt he
ia onu of the vory beat workmen aver in
their employ, and they part with him
with regret, which la a anillcleui guarau-
tee of hia ability. I have aparcd neither
trouble nor expense to get one of tiie
ablest mon, and T am determined to
make my business second to none In
British Columhlu. Mr. Cralw will hava
entire chargo of tho Watch department.
Glironometors, Itepeaten. Chronographs, and all complicated watchea
rated and adjusted. Broken or lest parte
made oqunl to nuw. Any parties having
Watches whicli have beeu in the hand*
of incompetent Watchmakers and oan't
be mado to go, -send them to mo, packed
in a small box, by mail, registered or
otherwise, and thoy will have my immediate attention; and perfect satisfaction
will ho given.
Tho manufacturing Jewelry Is under
my personul ohargo. All kinds of Jewel*
ry mnde to order ami the quality of the
goods guaranteed. Diamonds and pre*'
cious stoncH sot with core. AU my
charges nro moderate- I have a new and
wcll-solocted atouk nf Waif hf B, Clocks,
(JoId, Silvor nud Rolled Piste Jewelry nnd Tinted Ware, all of the best
quality. New patterns constantly arriving. ^
All Watches sold will bo closely regu*
luted tu a few seconds a month, thus doing away with tlio nnnoyance of having
an imperfect timc-kooper,
C. M, MoNAUGHTEN,
! jnyHto Watchmaker k Jeweller.
—AGENTS   FOR	
Confederation Uf* Atsuranoe Co..
North British and Mercantile Firo
Iniuranco Co.,
—Agents for First-Class^ -
TU ui MUM UIB
8MPNXV  RK0IIFT8.
DKKD8  M0BTU1UKS,
HUB M Bill,
owns loiiBi iuhib;
JUUBIS, riOM. KOHB,
•nits, nouns,
And all kinds ol Bl.uk Booksjuid Blank
Fonts on hand,
—All tht leading-
NEWSPAPERS
PERIODICALS
Regularly received, Subscriptions taken
for any Publication at lowest rates.
NT Wo Import direct from manufacturer!, and cannot be undersold In this
Province.
T.R. PEARSON & 00.,
COLUMBIA   STRKKT,
New  Waitmlntter, B. C.
<l«tta|
PHARMACY- Opposite Bank ol B.
0., Columblu St., New Westminstor.
Night Calls—Room CO, Colonial Hotol.
(JliylTlir)
STIU CONT1NUK
FOR NOVEMBER!
milE PEOPIiE OK NRW WESTM1N*
-L Blcramlaurronndliig ••oiiuir.v arelit-
vlledtoscctlie
W^flREAT REDUCTION
.   In tlto prices ot iiuudn nt
The ROYAL CITY
Boot & Shoe Store
The people are no doubt aware of Ilie Superior quality of Boots and Shoos
anil othor Qoods kept'hy
MRS. E. GOLD,
Which nro unquestionably the best In this
City, nnd ennnot be surpassed any*
where In the Province.
NOW IS THE TIME
To make purchasos, when floods nro sold
to suit the times, because
Money Saved Is Money Earned.
The fallowing goods, Imported from tbe
manufactories, ao offered at a great re*
duetlon.ns the stock Is larger than the
stnteofthoinnrkotjitstlfles: *.  .
40 pieces Canadian Tweeds.
375 suits of Men's, Boys' und Youths
Clothes.
ioo doien Whito Shins.
GO dozen assorted Shirts.
SSdosenflne American Huts of the Intest styles and finest quality.
lOcasesof New floods Just received hy
steamer Idaho,
The following Is the reduction of prices:
DO per cent, off Boots nnd Shoes,
1 35    "     "    Tweeds.
*">    "     "    Clothing and Hats,
3fi     "     *!     Dry floods.
.40, ,"     "     Fancy Goods.
This Ureal Beilarilon begins •■
Tuesday, October 14th
AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL
FBIITIIEB NOTICE.  .
••.Country orders will Uo punotuall*
altoiulei! to.
NOTE THE ADDRESS:
MRS. E. GOLD,
ROYAL CITY
Boot and Shoe Store
COLUM1IIA STKEET,
0|rp. Ewbii's Cunnorr,      Nl* WltTUiaailt.
oclltc.
GIRL WANTED.
ONE   WHO UNDERSTANDS OENE-
roi housework. Apply to
MRS. D. ROBSON,
deStu Royal Avenue ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient Advorlisemonts.—First insertion, Sols, perllne; mlhaenUelil InserMnna,
2cln. perllne.
Rcgnlnr Oomtnei'uUil and HiiKim^sAd-
veitlsemonu.--1 column, ?12 per immtli;
X col., $7 per mniiih; \_ col., Hju*r month;
ainehes, n per inoiil.fi; t Inuli. H.iW pel
mon Ui. These rules lo-he qliArged -ov
atanding iiilym'tlm-incut* whloli mniiiti
over 3 inoniiiH. If for a lean pcilojl lhs
rotes will l.e; I col.,fJ.i per iminlli; ".Imi.,
W: J< eoi., »5; 2 Intrhus, j;i; I lucli.iJ/
SpcclHl*-, among rending imitk'r.-Kirsl
Insertion, 111 ots. perllne; siitiseiiiii-iil.In*
■ertiona.fiels. per line.
Birlhs, MurriuguN nnd Ileal li*,'31 ouch,
hnneral r.oliecs m-i-miipiiiiyliti* • U-.uh no*
tico,.r-Oels.extm:
mv All Iraiisicnt advertisement)- will be
measured liy it-settle nt solid Nmi purl el.
Which innk.-s 1-2 liiu-H lo the itmli and 7
words lo the line. DIhjiIuv tines must be
allowed for in mnking nstlmaiuN. Nnud-
verllsi'mciit Insert oi for less thnn 'I.OO.
lht jpritish Columbian.
Wednesday Horning, Jan. HI*  1HH5.
The Tenser will 1>o duo with a mail
to morrow afternoon.
The str. Dunsmuir leaves for Nanaimo this morning, taking several head
of cattle.
The str. Belle oame up from tho
North Arm yesterday bringing a scow
load of hay.
Evangelistic services are being continued in the Mary-st. . Methodist
church every night this Week.
There is still a small quantity of ice
floating up and down in the river, but
not enough to impede navigation.
The str. Teaser arrived from Victoria at 4 o'olock Monday afternoon,
bringing quite a number of passengers,
The str. Dunsmuir arrived from Nanaimo on Monday with passengers,
mails, and 30 tons coal for tbe 0. P. N.
Oo.
The atr. Princess Louise arrived
from Victoria et 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, and went up to Port Hammond.
For some time the weather has beon
.very tine, mild and enjoyable. Coasting on the streets has been resumed
with considerable enthusiasm.
It is expeoted thut the now steam
tire engino will arrive here Friday
morning by tbo str. Idaho. The small
boys may prepare for wet jackets. *
In anothor column will bo found an
announcement of the Hyack Fire Oo.
respecting the annual ball which is to
take place on Friday of next week.
For coughs and colds, use Imperial
Cough Syrup, sold only by D. S. Curtis
ft Co., wholesale nnd retail, druggists,
New Westminster, B. C. jayHto
. Snow has fallen to the depth of over
a font at this oity. On tho high land
between the city and Burrard Inlet it
is reported about 20 inches. Sleighing
is first-class.
As selling off is the order of the day,
James KUard k Co. bog to inform the
Sublic that they will give 10 per cent.
iscount on all goods bought (or cash.
(del7tc)
Messrs. Trapp Bros, have invented
a most ingenious machine for measuring nnd rolling cloth. It measures and
records the yards with the utmost accuracy, and saves a great denl of labor.
Wo understand thut tho str. Teaser
will carry a mail twice a week botween
this city und Victoria. She leaves
Victoria at 3 o'clock '-Monday 'nnd
Thursday mornings. This will '.he
vory convenient.
His worship Mayor Dickinson and
Councillor Deane go to Victoria thia
morning as a deputation to urge the
government to secure railway conneo
tion for the city. Councillor Hendry
also goes down and muy nssist the
deputation.
In the list of Hyack oflicers published on Saturday the intelligent compo
sitor got somewhat mixed. The ulines
of Wm. Howay, 2nd lieutenant, and
Robt. Wintemuto, lst brnuchuinn,
were omitted, and Benson, Sumilkr,
and Dickinson were mnde to appour ns
lieutenants instead of brunchmen.
- City Conncil
The new council met on Monday,
wliun the following gentlemen- wero
present: Robt. Dickinson (mayor), B.
W. Shiles, B. Douglns, J. A. Calbick,
R.W.Deane, Jno.,Hendry,-H. Elliott,
and J. E. Lord.
Boforo proceeding with business the
mnyor addressed the council, expressing his gratification because the new
council was composed of men who held
similar views to the .old reSijecting
publio matters, and especially with regard to railway connection. He said
steps were boing taken to amend the
net rotating to the sale of squares whioh
would enable the council to carry out
thnt scheme. He read a copy of a letter addressed to Mr. Henry Beatty
respecting the oiler made by the city
to Mr. Van Home, expressing disappointment because no reply hud boen
given aud hoping thnt a satisfactory
conclusion might be reached.
The following standing committees
were struck:
Board of Worka—Menars. Elliott,
Hendry and Calbick.
Finance Committee-Douglas, Lord
and Deane.
Police-Shiles, Douglas and Hendry.
Lamps—Lord, Shiles and Douglas.
Fire—Elliott, Shiles and Oalbick.
Health—Calbick, Lord and Shiles.
Mr. A, J. Alport was reappointed
olerk, assessor and collector.     ,q
On motion of- Mr-Xoitf', jftjftpd-id
by Mr. Elliott it was resolved "that
the corporation of the city of New
Westminster view with alarm the isolation of nur oityiu 'the correspondence
of the government with the Canadian
Railway syndicate, and we must respectfully urge upon the government,
in justico to our city, thnt New Westminster bo included in the agreement
with* tlio syndicate, nnd be placed in
connection with the rest of the cities*
nnd towns of tho province, and that
the corporation cannot admit that tho
public intereBtB of this provinco' aro
being fairly dealt with while tho most
important city (second to Victoria) is
being thus neglected, and that we will
endorse the action of the government
in adding the necessary additional land
for sreuring that end.'* The mayor
was appointed a delegate to Victoria,
with a member of the council to be
chosen by himself, to press this matter
ou the government.
On motion tbe clerk was instructed
to inform dipt. Grant thut unless tho
Bteam ferry were kept running according to ngreement notion would be
taken. Council adjourned till next
Wednesday at 3 p. in.
It ia wise to provide against emergencies that are liable to arise in every
family. A cold may be a daugeroua
thing, or not, depending upon the means
at hand to combat it. In sudden attacks
of cold, croup, asthma, etc, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will prove tho quickest and
most effective cure, and your best friend.
Concert at Granville.—The members of the Choral Union, of this oity,
•re going to take advantage of the
magnificent sleighing which at present
exists, and wil) give a concert at Granville to-night, The programme, wo
believe, will be much the same as the
one presented in this city last week,
whioh gave bo muoh satisfaction. The
first part will consist of tho cantata of
* tlie "Sleeping Beauty," aud the second part will embrace a miscellaneous
■election.   Concert at 8o'clock.
Voters Lists.—From a government
return just brought down it appears
that from Sept. lst, 1832, to Sept. 1st,
1884, there wero 006 names udded to
the voters lists of the province. Tliese
additions were distributed as follows:
Viotoria oity, 81; Viotoria distriot, 20;
Esquimnlt dist., 15; Cowichnn, 22;
Nanaimo, 30; Comox, 1; New Westminster oity, 70; New Westminster
dist., 155; Yale (list., 166; Lillooot
dist, 11; Cariboo, 0; Cassiar, 1;
Kootenay, 11; total, 000. It must be
evident to evory person acquainted
with the circumstances that there are
many hundreds of citizens of the province whose names have uot yet beeu
placed on the voters lists.
■ ■■ ■»	
Another Steamship Line. — Tho
Philadelphia Railway Record, tho organ of the Northern Pacific Railway,
says; "An important matter now
coming up for consideration is the
establishment of steam communication
between Tacoma, the Pacific terminus
of the Northern Paoifio Railroad, and
Yokohama, Japan.' Tacoma iB four to
six days nearer Japan by steamer
than San Francibco, and would have
tliat advantage in competing for trade
with the Orient. Silk, teas, ahd Japanese anil Ohineae goods are sold on
arrival in port. Tho moment a steamer
li telegraphed the consignees in the
Atlantic cities can offer their invoices,
and the earlier arrival wilt givo the
Tacoma shipper the command of the
market. Another ndvantngo is that.
China and Japan afford an open market for Washington Territory lumber,
and already consume large quantities
of it. This will give the steamers
return cargoes, mnking profitable
freights both ways. Thore nro three
different parties iu the field contemplating the immediate establishment
of steam lines, mid an English gentleman, representing immense capital invested in such lines, bits been in conference with the Northern Pacific
managers the last few days."
, Ceo. Andrews, ovoriccr of the Lowell
Carpet Corporation, wns for ovor twenty
years, before hia removal to Lowell,
afllicted with salt rheum iu its worst
form. Its itinerations actually covered
more than half the surface of his body
aud limbs. II-i was entirely cured by
Ayer's .Sarsaparilla. See certificate ia
Ayer's Almanac for 1883.
Provincial Legislature.
WEDNESDAY.
(Continued /rom lsl Page,)
Drive it Away,—-Drivo away all poisonous humor from tho blood beforo it
develops in surofulu or somo chronic foi in
of disease, Burdock Blood Bitters will
dolt.
strongly than anything elso in fuvor of
the extension of the franchise. The
school system was growing in Victoria
and the results hud beeu very satisfactory. A high school was established
iu New. Westminster city ntid -the
school bad 35 pupils in attendance and
satisfactory progress wns being- made.
In Nanaimo city the reason'that no
high school'had been established was
no doubt on account of the requisite
number of pupils not coming forward.
With regard to rond tolls, the honorable gentleman had expressed the
opinion that, road tolls should'be removed, but the question was could
they afford ill The government were
prepared to enter into n proposition to
take oil pnrt of tho road tolls to Cariboo and Cassiar nnd they would also
be glad if the. revenue would allow it
to remove all the road tolls. The
miners iu Cariboo and Cuffsinr had
onough to contend with without being
subject to heavy road tolls. With reference tti tho omission of the Ainsworth matter bo would say that the'
full amount of tbe deposit necessary
was made in tbe Bank of British Columbia and was paying 4 per cent, interest. His recollection was that the
government regarded the settlement
of the eastern boundary as of paramount importance and the. immediate
action of the government in the matter
had proved that they were fully alive
to its iiiipoihmcL*. Tho settlement of
the Aluskn boundary was nlso regarded
as of very grout importance nnd he
was glad to bo nblo to inform gentlemen opposite that pupers had been
mude out that would placo tho. matter
in n very clear and comprehensive
light. - He would compliment,hon.
gentlemen opposite for tho moderate
way iu which tlio speech' had been
treated and the compliment that had
been tendered tho government in the
matter. With regard to the surplus
on SOth June, 1884, it was.$134,000.
He was sure thia would be mot with
satisfaction by all members tif the
house. I They, had received $115,000
mure than estimated. He was suro
the gentlomon opposito would admit
this was a very gratifying showing,
Mr. Helgesen found fault generally
with'what the speech Baid and what it
didn't say. He was followed by Mr.
Wilson, Mr. Orr, ahd Mr.. MWHeWj
and tho address wns adopted, Mr, Hel-
gesen only voting against it.
In reply to Mr. Galbraith, Mr.
Drake explained the circumstances
under which he withdrew frfain1* the
cabinet, and asserted • that there was
no disagreement between him nnd his
colleagues.
At the request of Mr. Galbraith the
debate on tho agreement betweon the
government and the C. P. R. Byndi-
oato respecting Coal .Harbor wus adjourned for eight or teu days, and
after passing a bill to allow the immediate appointment of a stipendiary
magistrate at Eagle Puss, the house
adjourned,
thuhmhay.
Oh motion of Mr, Duel, a committee
was appointed to enquire into the condition of Victoria gaol.
Hon, Mr, Smith, presented , plans
showing lands handed over to the railway syndicate nt Coal Harbor. He
said overy one knew that under the
terms of union the province was hound
to give twonty miles of country on
each side of the Canadian Pacifio railway to the Dominion, and that in 1880
an act hud been passed by the legislature conveying to the Dominion Government n forty mile belt of Innd, from
Engli-.li Buy to the Rocky mountains.
From that date till, somo time last
winter it hud been held that tlio land
forty miles in. width from English Bay
eastward wns under control nf Canada
under tho not. During the discussion
on the railway resolutions in tlio Dominion Parliament, the Minister of
Railways announced thut, in so far as
the government were concerned, the
terminus of tho road hud been located
ut Port Moody. This un noun com cut
waa followed by an application on be-
half of the land west of that point
which had been convoyed to Canada
conditionally in 1880. Hon. gentlomen
could boo for themselves from the correspondence how guarded iu his language Sir John Macdonald wns when
he referred to tho matter in his lotter
of the 10th of April lust. He (Mr.
Smithe) thought there was a significance in that guarded language which
it might be well to bear in mind. Sir
John Macdonald had verbally told him
that the provincial government were
at liberty to deal with tho lauds west
of Port Moody as they might deem expedient, nnd the Dominion Government wero nt the preseut time quite
cognizant of the arrangement between
the provinoial government-and the syndicate. It should not be forgotten,
however, that it would only require
that the Dominion should decide to extend tho line tn English Bay in order
to secure all the land in the Burmrd
Inlet peninsula and twenty milos on
each side thereof, in which event the
largo revenues from the sale of the
lands now in the local government's
hands to deal with would vanish away
like thin nir. The Dominion treasury
would be enriched, whilo the province
would be left out in the cold. The
linu. gentleman recounted in detail the
interviews and correspondence between
Mr. Van Homo and himself, showing
that the application came first from
' the syndicate, and that the government
hud simply seized the opportunity
whioh offered, in the most unhoped for
way, a chanco of securing a large revenue to the province, while al the same
time they were aiding the Canadian
Pacific syndicate by a grant of land
whioh they themselves would make
valuable. There were over twenty
thousand acres now in the hands of
tho province within the Burrard
Inlet peninsula, 0,000 of that it waB
proposed to givo to the company on
the conditions specified in their correspondence, the remaining 14,000
would bo for sale, -and would realize
such prices that the province would be
made comparatively rich fnr years to
come and be in a position to nid in the
opening up and development of the
resources of the country, as could be
dono in no othor way and by no other
menus. We could secure the extension
of the railway with all its attendant advantages for only the grant of an
area of land not much more than one
hundredth part of that which wns conveyed to Canada without a murmur in
1880 for exactly the same consideration,
and which we would not be coin-
polled ta give again in spite of ourselves, if the Dominion Government
should choose to change its mind and
locate the railway twenty miles further instead of leaving it to be dotie by
the syndicate. The hon. gentlemau
explained how much the Dominion
Govornment would havo to gain in a
pecuniary sense if they should do this.
He had no doubt but that it was nothing but the feeling—in the face of the
$30,000,000 which was being asked
from parliament at the time—that it
would be well to my that the government were not incurring nny expense
for building a single milo uf road more
than the terms of union required, wliich
induced the Minister of Railways to
announce that Port Moody was the
terminus, so far as the government
were concerned. Any one could see
that the Dominion Government had relinquished an opportunity to glean a
rich harvest of revenue, and if by any
chnuce the arrangement entered into
between the provincial government
and the syndicate should fall through,,
there would be u mighty temptation to
the Dominion to take the thing in
bund and secure all tho land; and he
wits most emphatically of opinion that
Sir John's gunrded language before referred to was simply to leave tho door
open for thut courso to bo adopted, if
necessary. As tho resolution would
come up in a few days, he would re-
servo uny further remarks until thut
occasion.
Several Notices of Motion were
fjiven, among which wore the following : Notico of nn act to consolidate
the Public School acts, by Hon Mr.
Robson; an act to amend the jurors'
act, attd an act relating to innkeepers,
by Hon. Mr. Davie ; an act to consolidate the laws relating to coroners, by
Hon. Mr. Robson.
8, No judgo to be allowed to ehter the
juryroom during the sitting of tho jury
except in the presenco of the accused or
his attorney.
< 0. Each political district to havu its
own school board elected every four years
for tho purpose of examining school books
and maps and directing and regulating
their introduction.
10. A central board of education, com-
Eosed of the chairman of each district
oard and a president appointed by the
lieutenant-governor. Such board to have
the po«er to offer prices' for the best
books, adapted to public schools, combining matter, type, paper and binding, every 10 years.
11. The duties of reeve of tho muni-'
cipal councils to the specially defined so
as prevent him from usurping the special
duties of a councillor and thereby creating confusion, and often perpetrating injustice. This is a very important point,
and requires immediate attention. Some
men have cheek enough to fry, by various means only known to corrupt politicians, to run the whole council
12. Separation from thb island in the
event of the general government not
placing us on a par in reBpect ..to commercial and postal facilities. ..''Justice
from the island, if the past is to be our
guide, we cannot expect. Let the mainland play the man, and either be on an
equality or stand alone with the mother
country as her friend.
15. A general law annulling all muni*
cipal charters within whose bounds
houses of ill-fame are tolerated.
14. A sabbath law. All saloons ought
to be closed ou the sabbath, and atl shooting for sport prohibited under heavy
penalty, and the justices of the peace
held responsible for the enforcement of
the law in their respective districts, No
individual, corporation, community, village or city ever yet permanently prospered by disregarding the Sabbath. The
first instance is not yet on record.
15. A weekly market on the most convenient day for buyer and seller to
meet together, and the weekly publication of a price-current. Westminster
may make herself many friends by furnishing those very important desiderata.
But she may delay too long for her commercial good. The question she must de*
cide booh, and the answer she gives will
very materially influence her future.
Will she bind the farming interest up
with her own by making the royal city
a central mart, or bo indifferent about
it?
Should'Tiie Columbian permit,I design
annually to call attention to such mattera
as impress my own mind and that of oth*
ers, not in the way of dictation, but with
a view to seek co-workers for the public
good. I shall l>o glad to give my reasons
on any of the above subjects through The
Columbian, if requested by any progressive worker. My farm labor prohibits
my replying to mere idle curiosity. Toil
la iny daily duty in order to procure my
daily bread.- Yours, etc.,
Wm. Kent, M.D.
A Total Wreck.—Many a strong
frame has been totally wrecked by rheumatism. D. McCrimmon, of Lancaster,
was cured of chronic rheumatism by Burdock Blood Bitters, It cures all "blood
Impurities,
Communications.
To All Who Love Onr Country.
Editor Columbian.-With your permission I wish to call the attention of
our people to auch needed reforms or improvements as are necessary to carry our
civil liberty, social purity and happiness,
and material prosperity to the highest
possiblo point attainable by a free and
intelligent people I have the happy
privilege of dropping some of the items
enumerated in my last list of needed reforms, such as extortionate interest
charged by the govornment, equitable
distribution of revenue for publio improvements, compensation to jurors aud
orown witnesses, steam ferry, registry
olliee iu New Westminster, school trustees controlling the teacher, and encouragement of European immigration. I
am thankful, aud I havo no doubt ynu
aro too, but we need more reform, and
more we must have; and in all our plans
for more we must remember tlmt our
(government oflicers are our servants, and
not our masters. Some of thein, soon
after election, arc very apt to forget this
important fact. I shall now repeat tlm
remainder of my Inst list, and add other
subjects of vital importance to a free and
progressive poople. I respectfully ask
your curliest attention to each question,
and in whatever you may judgo me
wrong blame my head, uot my heart.
1. Kqiiitable representation according
to population, or separation from the
island.
2. Restriction of Chineso immigration.
3. Personal solicitation of votes by a
candidate to render his election null and.
•oid.
4. The Imposition of a poll tax of $1
on every elector who ought to voto at a*
political election and does not, "Kternal
vigilance is the price of liberty," Every
elector who neglects his political duties
assumes tho attitude of a public enemy.
5. No justice of the peace to be allowed to sit on a licensing board beyond his'
own municipality,
(J, Justices of the peace to servo four
years, to bo appointed by the lieut. -governor aftor a qualification examination
with respect to strict morals nnd intellectual ability by a board of three attorneys appointed by the same nuthority.
There is nothing more calculated to bring
the whole system of government into
contempt than the appointment of un-
principled, immoral, ignorant men ns
tisti .:i*b of the pence.
7. Legal appeal costs to be paid bythe
justice of the pence who violates the
spirit of the law.
Well Spoken Of.—R. N. Wheeler, of
Everton, speaks highly of Hagyard's
Pectoral Balsam. It cured him of inflammation of the lungs and an obstinate
cough, lt loosens the phlegm and heals
the lungs,
Emigration to British Colum-
blu.
Editor Columbian.— Looking over
BradstreeCs summary of the presont con*
ditiou of the working classes in the
United States,' I And that the industrial
depression is more general and deep there
thau among ourielves, notwithstanding
the working of the English land system
and the demand for an i mined iate'and
drastic reform. Similar enquiries instituted in Germany aud France lead to the
samo conclusion; yet all these countries
have protection in a much more extreme'
form thau would be the case In England
if the proposals of "Fair-Traders" were
adopted. Taxing one part of the community for tho benefit of another is not
England's remedy—we nre too thick on
the ground — nevertheless emigration
weakens us for the time being, as it is
tbe young and vigorous who leave, or
desire to leave our shores. Through the
courtesy of your energetic emigration
agent and private gentlemen I have received full information concerning the
hitherto isolated province of British Col*
iimbin, its undeveloped resources and
the various requirements of the colony in
reference to whicli a great deal of Igno-
rauco exists here among certain classes
who know no more of the country's existence than they do of Timbjctoo,
When the railway is completed the geographical knowledge of British Columbia and its importance as the key of the
IV'ilic will become more generally understood than is the case at the present
time. I perceive that, like our nourishing Australian colonies, you require a
large amount of manual labor—people
who, generally speaking, bave limited
resources at home and who cannot or are
afraid to exhaust the frugal savings of
yenrs to reach your country. With regard to domestic servants, you stand at
considerable disadvantage at present, as
the following advertisement which appears in the columns of our dally papers
will prove: "Wanted, respectable young
women as domestic servants to proceed
to New South Wales; passage, including
all necessaries will be granted by the
agent-general in lirst-class steamers to
approved applicant upon payment ef £2
each. The colonial government provides
free accommodation for the single women
during 10 days after their arrival in Sydney." In the face of this competition I
would urge upon capitalists and employers of labor in British Columbia not altogether to deprive married meu in England of the advantage of tho coming
prosperity, but to give them a chance.
The desire to better one's condition and
the condition of one's family bums high
In the human breast. There are married
tradesmen horo, such as builders, butchers, tailors, shoemakers, Ae., who would
no doubt be glad to come to the country
if thoy were advertised for in the columns
of the London Daily Telegraph. Children under "> years of age are, I understand, curried freo on the Pacific rail*
roads, uo matter what their weight may
run to, whicli in my ,cuso would be a
boon considering I have u child under ft
who weighs close on 70 pounds and who
no doubt would take a prize itt your
baby shows if they exist. Rnghtnd, nud
London especially, is undoubtedly a plea-
sant place to live in, but its sights and
pleasures are not for daily workers ami
tollers, but belong rather to tho upper
ten who have time and money'at com
maud nnd the people who have worked
so much misery in the laud by driving
onr nmnll farmers and agricultural laborers {who are the bone and muscle of the
country) into the cities to starve. Sooner
or later the land question must be dealt
with hi England and Scotland as it haB
been already dealt with in Ireland.
Verily tho riches of tho country seem
unevenly divided. For a man who
wishes to better his condition in life and
the condition of his family I believe
Canada nnd British Columbia will eventually offer as lino n field as is to be found
in tho wi.!e world. Iu the latter country
large mercantile linns will be established.
Why, look nt the facilities you enjoy in
postal and telegraphic 'communication
with England compared to Australia.
A nost curd cau be sent here for 2 cents,
it lotter 6 cents, telegrams 3 s. per word
and only 2 s. per word in Canada, providing a word does not exceed 10 letters.
Even this rate will be cheapened in tho
near future. Look at your exports again,
They arc rapidly increasing. Tako an
article as a sample, vis., choeae. In 1858
Canada exported cheese to the value of
£300 only. In 1883 this amount-had
swollen to £1,300,000, Tbe total exports
during tho season from Montreal alone
amounted to 1,126,002 boxes. These
ligures ahow what you can do—they are
merely an index of the future, when
through communication is established.
I see no reason why eggs cannot lie imported from Canada to London. We
pay the foreigner yearly millions and
millions for eggs from France, Italy, and
Austria, a large portion of which ought
to fall to the Canadian farmer. I believe
we are tending towards one grand united
federation, with your Dominion and the
Australias which will ultimately benefit
the entire Anglo-Saxon community. As
regards British Columbia we ought to be
able to supply a large fishing population
for the colony from onr coast stations
between Yarmouth and Stornoway.
These British Islands are still the fittest
recruiting grounds in the world for sup-
pi ting brain and muscle and will continue to be so till the und of time, owing
to our healthy climate and the healthiness and robust character of our children
and young women which nothing can
alter aud no other country cau beat
unless indeed we aro swallowed tip Iu
time by the eternal march of the brick
and mortar brigade. In conclusiou I
hope soon to have the honor of becoming
a useful citizen of British Columbia,
which, in my opinion, together with New
Zealand is tho nearest fac simile of our
climate that ean be found anywhere,
Alexander Andeiuson,
_ Bexly Terrace,
Mornington Rood,
Leytonstone, London, England.
A Settled Fact.—It Is a significant
faot that Hagyard's Yellow Oil is tht'
best household remedy for internal and
external uso in cases of pain, soreness,
lameness and inflammatory complaints.
KWI FROM ALL P/UtTS OF THE WOftU.
Philadelphia, Jan. 3.—H. E. Penny-
packer, agent of the Fidelity Mutual Aid
association of Philadelphia, and Augustus Richey, a well-known and wealthy
citizen of Carlisle, Pa,, were arrested today ou a charge of conspiracy to defraud
tho Association. Prisoners witli the connivance of a physician of Carlisle procured an insurance in the company for $50,-
000 on a young man named Whortley,
who was in bod health. Whortley was
induced to transfer hiB interest in the
policy to Richey, who has since paid the
assessments. Whortley says he has been
offered a large sum to go away and allow
Richey and Pennypacker procure a corpse
which would be represented as Whort-
ley's, the conspirators thus being Able
to obtain the amount of the insurance.
Whortley refused, and fearing bodily injury notified tho company of the conspiracy. It is said Richey has been successful in similar practices,
Toronto, Jan. O.—The verdict of $500
awarded to Kniver against Phoenix Lodge
of Odd Fellows at Oshawa, for injuries
receiyed during initiation, was confirmed
to-day by the High Court.
Toronto, Jan. 11.—There was a sensation in the East King street Methodist
church to-night. The pastor, the Rev.
Kennedy Creighton, chose for his first
lesson Paul's conversion on his way to
Damascus, and had just finished reading
the words, "and he fell to the earth,
when he was struck with paralysis and
dropped unconscious in the pulpit. There
is but little hope of Iub recovery, He
celebrated his golden wedding but a few
days since.
Ottawa, Ont. Jan. 13.—Canada is by
no means exempt from the depression in
trade which appears to be gathering in
all parts of the world. For months post
tho official returns published, by the Dominion government, showing the condition of banks acting under the Dominion
charters, have indicated a steady increase
in over-due debts held by tlie several
banks. A further evidence of the depressed stat* of trade is furnished in the
returns of business failures in the Dominion and Newfoundland duriug the
year just closed. While, as compared
with 1883, the number of failures was
not quite as large, thero was a startling
increase iu the amount of liabilities. In
1883 there wero 1,384 failures.
Ottawa, Jan. 15 —The decision of the
Supreme court declaring the Dominion
license act, otherwise known as the McCarthy Act, unconstitutional and therefore null and void, has created great surprise among government supporters.
There Is great satisfaction throughout
tho province of Ontario at the result,
which will be shared in by the other
provinces, u all were interested in op*
posing the centralizing po ley of. the Ottawa government. The inspectors are
returning the fees collected for licenses.
Tho attempt of Sir John to deprive the
legislatures of the licensing power, will
prove immensely expensive, as the whole
army of officials wilt have to bo paid out
of the Dominion exchequer. News has
been received that Doyle, of Ottawa, of
the Canadian Nile expedition, was
drowned. This makes eight members of
tho expedition lost.
Halikay, Jan. 15.—At a meeting of
thoso interested in fisheries, held at Harrington this afternoon, a resolution was
passed requesting the Dominion governj
ment to take immediate steps to secure
a reciprocity treaty between tho States
and Canada on terms immediately advantageous, and in the event of the
proposition not being entertained by tha
Washington government, that the revenues ofCannda be pledged, and thn assistance of England asked to protect our
resident fishermen within the three milo
limit, and prevent any infringmeut of
these privileges by fishermen sailing under the American (lag.
Chhjaoo, Jan. 15.-—A. B. Campbell,
claiming to be a nephew of Sir Alexander
Campbell, Canadian minister of justice,
ia being held in secret custody here by
J. E. Stuart, Gnuudinn government special agent, on a charge of robbing tho
Dominion mails to a hoary amount. The
prisoner, who is aged 20, and recently
resigned a responsible position in the
Canadian mail service, wns arrested
Wednesday in tho Open Board of Trade,
and has since Ihhm locked up in a private
room. For n lon: time tho disappearance of large buiiib puzzled Cnuudiau officials mul secret service deteotives seemed
unavailing. The fact of Campbell gambling and speculating here on a large
scale was the first shado . of a due. It
is charged also that Campbell, by chemical process, effaced marks of cancellation
from * great numliera of old Iwuk notes
which had been entrusted to the mails,
and since his nrrival in Chicago bus obtained their original value in American
currency. When arrested he had 81,800
on his person. Extradition papers are
expectetf to-morrow.
London, Jan, 15.—The Berlin correspondent of the Pall Mall Gazette says
that Germany has rejected the proposal
regarding Egyptian finances recently submitted to the powers by England, and
accepted tho counter proposal submitted
by France. -
Korti, Jan. 15.—Gen, Stewart's forces
reached Howajatt wells ou Saturday 10th
and obtained a supply of water aud resumed the march to Gakdul* A detachment of (he Essex regiment will remain
at the garrison at Howajatt whero a fort
and hospital has beon erected.. The few
natives fn the vicinity of Howajatt appear friendly. Col, Burnable with convoy of grain, joined Gen. Stewart at Oak*
duioii the 13th inst., and will accompany
the expedition to Metamneh,
London, Jan. 15. — The Standards
correspondents rend the following dispatch from Howajatt: "Difficult desert
march. An Immense column starts at 2
a.m, and the' march continues the wholo
day. We arc going to Gakdul via Wada
Haifa .wells, when wc hope to find sufficient water for meu and camels. A small
party left at Howajatt was fired iuto onu
night, but otherwise we have not. been
molested. Small parties of Arabs wear*
ing the Mahdi's uniform nre roaming
over the desert. Some Bell us sheep and
assert there are only a few rebels at Metamneh. It is very trying for the camels,
who are 60 liours without water. The
men are allowed only two pints daily of
water in a condition resembling pea
soup. Soldiers freely offer a dollar fnr
tumblerful.
London, Jan, 15.—The announcement
that the British representative at the Berlin conference has been instructed to accept the French proposal regarding freedom of trade in the Congo country, causes
great excitement in mercantile circles.
France proposes that the freedom of the
Congo shall .be limited to a period of
twenty years. African traders liere say
the object is to attract capital to that
country during the next twenty years,
and at the end of that time, after tiio
country has been developed and made
valuable by the enterprise' of the merchants of all nations, it is to be closed to
all except King Leopold's International
Association, or to France, which is looked
upon as tho future legatee of thnt association. The proposition is denounced
as a trap. Hot agitation in favor of the
withdrawal of English consent is In progress, uuder leadership of local chambers
of commerce, Memorials from these
bodies, urging consideration of tho subject, are pouring into the foreign office
from all sections of England,
London, Jan. 10,—Great excitement
was caused yesterday by the unusual
occurrence of a council at the war office
ofl Sunday, greatly increased to-day by
the government deciding to resist any
attempt on the part of Turkey to occupy
any portion, of-Egypt, or tb land troops
in that country. Considerable bustle
and excitemant at the war office today.
Orders havo been sent to Chatham, Porta*
mouth and Woolwich, which caused
much activity at- those great naval stations. Another battalion of troops at
Malta has beeu ordered to embark at
once on the steamship Poonah for Alexandria. Other troops are under orders
to be in readineBS to move at a moment's
notice. Indications all point to stirring
events in Egypt. There Ib no doubt
that the ministry is determined not to
allow Turkey to interfere in Egyptian
affairs by placing an armed force in any
part of Egypt.
Does This Refer to Yon?—Are you
troubled with biliousness, dyspepsia,
liver or kidney complains, or bad blood ?
If so you will find a certain cure in Burdock Blood Bitter.
YESTERDAY'SJjESPATGHES
(facial io the CoJumWan.)
London, Jan. 19, — Gladstone will
como to London to-morrow to attend
cabinet council. It is expected he will
remain in London a few days. Another
council was held at the war offico to-day
on tho Egyptian question. Orders wero
sent to the transport ut Suez to convey
troops to Suakem.
London, Jan. 19.—Sir Chas, Dilke,
president government board, attended a
soiree at the' chamber of commerce at
Bradford lost evening. In his address
he referred to negotiations in progress
for commercial treaties with Spain and
Mexico, and welcomed these fresh out-
lots for British trade. He said he was
no apostle of protection.
Paris- Jan, 20.—Advices from Tonquin report tho arrival of more reinforcements of French troops, A general forward movement of tho invading force ie
expected to begin about the end of the
present month.
London, Jan. 20.—St. Jamtfi Gazette
hears that England wilt solve tbe Kgyp
.tian troubles oy assuming for a certain
period the entire administration of lower
and middle Egypt together with all
financial responsibilities, giving to the
Sultan upper and equatorial Egypt with
any port or ports on the Red sea. The
mission of Hassan Fehme Pacha, Turkish minister of justice, ia believed te be
connected with a scheme for the partition
of Egypt,
sample organs arc shown In the pavilion.
Tho largest organ which the Company
will exhibit, a double-bonk pedal, » at
present at the Dominion Exhibition,
Montreal, but is expected here at the
end of the week. It is arranged to be
blown by Tijrk's water motor, which has
boon placed in position to await the
arrival of the big instrument. Tho organs run through all grades, from tbe
thousand dollar instrument down to the
parlor favorite. The cssea show won-
derful variety. Many of these are of
rare beauty and .skilful workmanship.
The case which secured for the Company
a prize at the Centennial Exhibition at
Philadelphia is still much admired, and
is largely manufactured. Cases for parlor organs are chaste in design and artistic in oxeeution. The musicians who
tested the organs affirmed that for sweetness of tone and elasticity of touch they
are iwtdel instruments; while visitors
can themselves judge as to the beauty
and style of the casos.
[T. It. Pearson ft Co., New Westminster/are sole agents for these fine Organs
in British ColumbU. Persons proposing
to purchase should not fail to communicate with them. Sample organs on view.
Prices quite as low as those of Ontario.
Address. T. R. Pearson k Co., Now
Westminstor, B. C] "no26tc
Coal Harbor Properly.
Having sub-divided my
COAL HARBOR PROPERTY;   4
I am prepared to sell lots at from |25
upwards.
LAND AL90 BY THE ACRE.
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Land Agent,
, n29tc New Westminster.
Good Resolutions Tor 1885.
To insure my life in the Equitable on
tho Semi Tontine system; also,
To insure my bouse, furniture and
stock in the Phenix of Brooklyn or the
Liverpool and Londou and Globe.
jn 3te      Woods k Turskk, Agents.
rAsaEMEM.
Per str. Dunsmuir, from Nnnnlmo, Jan.
Ift-W Robinson, B Smith, UevJWootls,
Mrs Mouck, Street, Steves.
High Class organs.
From t tio Toronto Globe.
PerhapB the most artistic building oh
the exhibition ground is the pavilion of
the Dominion Organ aud Piano Company
of Bowmanville. It is moreover one of
the most interesting to lovers of good
music as being the location of a magnificent collection of instruments. The
erection of this building, which coot
about $1,000, became necessary to meet
tho requirements of the company, which
had been cramped for room in the Main
Building, where it is impossible to judge
tho ments of high-clans instruments, Tht
enterprise displayed by the Company in
providing suitable quarters on the
grounds for their business has beeu rewarded. Tho large number of visitors
who cull, inspect, and purchase prov- s
beyond question that the public approve
the provision mado for their convenience
and comfort. Here a crowd may be
seen listening to test performances on
fust-class instruments mado by leading
city and country musicians,
Itight wfll do tho Company deserve
the tiiiccess which they have achieved.
The present prosperous concern had, like
all great institutions, its day of small
things. It had its origin in Bowmanville
nbout fifteen yeurs ago, the stock being
ut thnt time largely held by parties unacquainted with the business. About ten
yeurs go .lohn Wesley, the present secretary and treasurer; George I'iggott, the
manager of the manufacturing department; and W. S. Russell, superintendent of the tuning department, bought
out tho shareholders and assumed control. Since that date the business has
beeu booming. A further stimulus was
given to the concern by the admission of
n Detroit millionaire as a partner. Piano-
making wns added to the organ-manufacturing, and the establishment wos increased, until it now occupies a loading
f writ ion among Canadian undertakings.
t turns out nbout 200 organs and 50
pianos per month. These are produced
by 2.W hands, who receive in wages
about 913,000 per month. The whole
civilized world ts the firm's market, and
they have branches in London and Manchester, England; Hamburg, Germany;
Adelaide and Sydney, Australia; Auckland, New Zealand; and St. Petersburg,
Russia.
The Instruments on exhibition in tho
pavilion are fair examples of tho Company's workmanship. An upright piano
of burr walnut Is a splendid instrument.
Of square pianos thero are two kinds, a
square and a square grand. The former
is Intended for standing against the aide
wall of a room, ami is convenient for
comparatively small apartments, The
square grand is finished on all aides, presents a hands me oppotuance, and is
suited for occupying a prominent position in drawing nr music room.* These
two instruments are of rosewood, with a
superfine polish, secured by hand rubbing with oil for hours. The touch Ib
quick and easy, the tone brilliant and
powerful. In musical quality and appearance they nre equal to tho hest
Amorican pianos.
The organs made by the Company are
known almost everywhere. Thoy aro
manufactured in alt styles, and at all
prices, ranging from 9flOto9t,000. Many
-Dentistry.—Dr. Welsh has returned
to the city and may now be found at bis
office, over D. S. Curtis k Co's. drag
store, whero dentistry in all its branches
will be promptly attended to.        (tc)
The results of the Semi Tontine system
of the Equitable are really marvellous.
Ask Woods ft Turner for one of their
cards showing the profits secured by the
assured. jnyStc
THE WEST HIHtRt FOB 8EPTEMBEB.
-Ilie treat lllasiratcil Brillih Celan-
blaEdlllM. A fell Huppl) now un hHUtl
at T. B. Fraran tt in'*., Hie nf ruin for
lhe Mainland, at *"» cts. curb. ir
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office. Prices will bo
found lower than at auy other offico in
the province.— A dr.
Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agree
ments of Sale, oud blank forms of all
kinds, at T. R. Pearson ft Co's. "
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views in British Columbia, 75 cts. per
set at T. R. Pearson ft Co.'s. *
Property belonging to the Ebenezer
Brown estate for sale by C. D. RAND.*
If you want Gold, lead tlie Mechanics'
Store Advertisement in this paper,   (tc)
If you want a ueat calendar for 1883,
call at T. R. Pearson ft Co's. *
.Several houses for sale by C. D. RAN D.
BnssJmtoiT.
Tlie following Business Directory cop*
(nl na only tlie names of pcreous whose advertisements appear In the .Columbia!**.
It will be found convenient ahd useful to
newcomers and persons wishing to d*
business in this city, flio name's are given in alphabetical order; ■■
Pkyr.lcltmBN»
Dr. C. E. C Hmwn, (dentist)....Mary street
Dr. Clarke ..Columbia street
Dr. Ghitow........... Columblastreet
Dr. Cooper....: Church Street
Dr. Welsh (Dentist)... Columbia street
Dr. Mathers .J^tntM Front street
Dr McQuire ,...,„.,. Mary street
Dr. Offerhaus...v-«,^,„. Kamloops
Lawyers.
Vf. Norman Bole	
Corbould A McColl...
...Columbia street
...McKensle streot
Insurance Agents.
W J Armstrong....,", Frontstreet
TII Pearson dt Co Columbia street
Kami Bros H1. Columbia sireet
Turner, Beeton A Co Victoria
Woods A Turner Columbia street
Auctioneer*.
T J Trapp. Columbia Btreet
§urvey«rs*
Falding A McMillan McKensle street
Howse A Klckninn Front street
"Woods A Turner.. Columbia street
Conveyancers, Land Agents, *c.
Falding dt McMillan McKensle street
Hughes A Atkinson .....Columblastreet
Howse dt Hickman Front stroot
Rand Bros Oolumbia streot
Woods A Turner Columbia street
General Merchant*.
James Wise ..Front Street
JnR. Cunningham A To...Columbia street
A Outmnnn Columbia street
Mrs Km ma Oold Columblastreet
U Gold Columbia street
Mrs M A Harper. Chilliwhack
Kelly Bros Columbia Btreet
Win. Bne Columbia street
V O Mnjor. Columbia street
Wm McColl Columbia street
Tbomns McNcely. Ladner's'landing
Turner, Breton A Oa (wliolcsale}..Victorla
GrnH' Furnishing!.
N. A. Wliite ...Columbia street
Commission Merchants.
L. Gold. Columbia street
Homer A Hon Front Btreet
Druggists.
Coulter A Con Columbia street
A Peele...., ,-. Columbia Btreet
Boot! and Shoes.
II Thomas Coiumbin street
Watehrs and Jewelry,
C. M, McXnugh(ei) Columbia Btreet
Fnrnltnre.
J G Bnn to .*. Columbia street
Tailors.
John Walsh Columbia street
Books, Stationery, Ae.
T N Hlbben A Co. Victoria
T H Pearson A Co. Columbia street
T 11 Pearson A Co....... Valo
Hnsleal luitrttmenti.
mall i - Victoria
■eurson A Co Columbia street
...Columbia street
J Bngi
TR.Pi
TfcJTL    _..  ....
Jil Rev. C. Wuts-on, Pastor. Services at-
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A REMARKABLE STORT,
(Continued.)
Was he in love ?   Tho appearances
which had mnde the lookers-on say so
were not altogether to bo attributed to
thia, Hester knew. His pnloness, his
excitement, and his iibsonce of mind,
had all been from another causo. The
discovery had startled her much, and
given her an uneasy sense that she
might at other times have referred to
some causo connected with heiself,
manifestations of feelings which had
nothing to'do with lier,which belonged
to an entirely different order of sentiments—a thought which made hor
blush red with slmuus, since there is
nothing that hurts a girl's prido so
much as the suggestion that she hits
been vain, and imagined, like the fool-
women, n man to love her who, perhaps, has never thought of her nt atl.
But the question altogether wns ouo
which wns too profound for Hester.
She could not tell what to make of it.
Among the heads of the young pnrty at
tlie Merridews she wus awaro that no
doubt was entertained ou this matter.
Edward was allotted to hor by a sort of
unspoken right, and in Ellen's gibes
and iu Harry's gloom sho rend alike
the anme distinct understanding. Ellen, in her chatter, notwithstanding
the warning to her cousin in tho be-
j/mniug, accepted it entirely as a matter of course; and in a hundred things
that Edward hnd said, as woll as in his
looks, which were still more eloquent,
there had beeu strong confirmation of
the general belief. But yet—Hester
could not make up her mind that it was
beyond doubt. She watched him, not
with anxiety so much as with n great
curiosity. If it wns not bo, would she
be deeply disappointed ? sho asked herself, without being able to answer tlmt
question. And as to her owu sentiments, they wero quite ns perplexing.
Sho waB half ashamed to feel thnt they
depended upon his. Wns this a confession of feminine inferiority 1 she
sometimes wondered, witli a lint blush
—the position, hero being vory perplexing indeed, und profoundly diflicult to elucidate; for it neither consisted with the girl's dignity to givo hor
love unsought, nor thus to wait as if
ready to deliver up her affections to
the first bidder.
Such a matter of thought, involving
the greatest interests of lifo, is curiously mixed up with its most frivolous
events. They met in the midst of the
dnncing with a constant crash and accompaniment of dance music, amid
chatteriugs and laughter, and all the
inane nothings of a ball-room, and yot
in the midst of this, wero to consider
and decide the most important question of their lives. It was only thus,
except by concerted meetings which
would have solved the question, that
they could moot at all, and tho grti*
tesque incongruity of such surroundings with tha matter in the foreground
sometimes affected Hester With a s n
of mural sickness nud disgust. The
scene seemed to throw a certain un*
worthiness, levity, uuelovated aspect,
upon the question altogether ; ns it this
thing which was to afloat two lives waa
oil iuura than an engagement for n
dance.
And chinn-fi is ia a «rangc tliim.' to
say. it iH iionhlfiu wfwtbec Edward
wiia anion morn iliiuiilitil in bti sentiments than. Banter waa In meh a
case the aian. as least. gpsrasaHy know*
what bs wants; but, partly became Ed-
wards miDii wai m a high state of excitement; upon other subjects, he, t"o,
waa fnr a moment entirely uncertain as
to what Ms wishes were. He knew
with suKcient distinctness that he
could not tolerate the idea of her appropriation by any oue eUe, and it was
his intention that some time or other
Hester should be his, and no oue else's,
which gave a foundation to his thoughts
which was wanting to hers. But, further than this, he, too, wns iu a chaos
similar to that of Hester, Sometimes
there wus in his mind the strongest
impulse lo tell her that he loved her,
and to settle the nlntter by un engagement, which must, however, he felt, l>c
it secret onu, giving satisfaction to
themselves but to ilo tme else. And
here it may bo remarked that whereas
Hest it was npt lo be seized with sudden tits of shame nt thu idea ihat, per-.
haps, after all her thoughts on the subjeot, he whb not thinking of her at all,
Edwnrd, on the other hand, felt no
such alarm, and never thought it oven
presumptuous on his pnrt to assume
the certainty of her love for him,
which, ns the reador knows, was a certainty to which shu had not herself attained. He believed with simplicity
that when,if ever, nny, certainly, it wns
tu happen, somo timu, he declared
himself, Hester would respond at once.
Hu acknowledged to himself thnt it
was possible that, in pique, or impatience, or weariness, if he did not keep
n vigilant watch over the situation, it
might happen that Hester would accept Borne one else. Her mother might
drive her to it, or the impossibility of
going on longer might drivo her to it :
but he had bo much confidence in tho
simplicity of her nature that ho did
not believe that the complications that
held him in ou every side could affect
her, ind was suro that in heart tho
question was solved in tho most primitive wny.
This was, and generally is, thu great
difference between thu mnn nud woman
in such a controversy; until hu had
spoken, it wai a shame to her that she
Bhould ash heraelf did hu intend to
speak. But Edward felt no shame. If
over the idea occurred that hu might he
mistaken in supposing sho loved him;
such a discovery would havo made him
furious. He would have aimed all
sorts of names, sueh us coquette and
jilt, at hor; but he had no fear of nny
such mistake. Ho felt sure thnt he
had her in his power, and,when he did
•declare himself, would be received with
enthusiasm ; nnd ho always meant to
declare himself some time, to reward
her long suspense, and to make hor the
happiest of women. In words, this
power is generally allotted to thu lady
as it was in tho days of chivalry. Bat
tho nineteenth century has modified
many things, and if over (out of America) it was really tho woman who occupied the cmnmatiding pnsition, it in
no longer so In the apprehension of tlio
world. Only, in thi* particular ense,
us has been seen, Emmn was wrong.
It is possible enough that, in the curious position of affairs betweon them,
she would have followed his lend,whatever it might be; but even this wns hy
no means certain, and, as a matter of
fact, though her curiosity about him
drew her mind after liim, she hud not
even gone so far as lie had, nor come
to any ultimate certainty on the case
at all. .
Emma Ashton, who, by means of
propinquity—thnt quick knitted—imd
become Hester's frequent companion,
had very difficult ideas On a similar
subjeot, Thero was no sort of indefc
iiitentu in her views, She wns per-1
faotly dear as to what she wns to do in
A given case, and the case in question
occupied; probably, almost as. great il
share in her thoughts us tho different,
yot similar question which agitated the
mind of Hoster. It was, indeed, to
outward view, though with so many
and subtle differences, a very similar
question. Emma's wonder wna whether Reginald Merridbw would "speak"
beforo sho went awny. She had no
doubt that nil Ihe requisite sentiments
wore uxisting, and she had satisfied
horself that when he did "Bpeak" there
was no reason why she should not ro-
oly favorably. The family was quite
respectable, jt might almost be said
also that it was quite well off, but there
woro rumors thnt Algernon was to be
" made an eldest son" of, which were
somewhat disquieting. The suggestion
wns imp which mnde Emma indignant,
notwithstanding tho gratitude she
owed Algernon nnd his wifo for giving
her "her chance1' in Redborough.
"Whon thero is nn estate I suppose
it is all right," Emma snid; "anyhow,
it can't be helped when that's tho
case, and thoro must bo un eldest son.
But whon ycur property is in monoy,
it doos seem such a grunt mistake to
make a difference between your children. Don't you think so 1 Oh, but
I do ; thoy are just one as good us uno*
thor, nud why should ono be rich and
anothor poor 1 If old Mr. Merridew
does anything of this sort I am sure I
shall always think it is very unfair."
"I supposo Mr. Merridew has n right
to do ns ho pleases," said Hester; "nnd
as it doos not matter to us —"
"You speak n great deal too fast,"
said Emina, offended. "Say it it does
nut mnttor to you ; but it may to me a
grent deal, and therefore I tako a great
in tores t in it. Do you think parents
have a right to do what they please 1
If they make us como into the world,
whether we wish it or not, of course
they aru bound to do their best for us.
I um tho youngest myself, und I hope
I know my place, but then there was
no money at all among us. Papa spent
it alt himself ; so certainly there was
share and share alike, for there was
nothing. When that's the caso,
body can have a word to say. But tho
Merridews have a good deal, and every one ought to havu his just shave.
Not but what I like Algernon Merridew very much. Ho is always very
kind. He is always very ngreenble,
nnd I think it very nice both of Ellen
uud him that they Bhould have been so
kind tu me and givon me my chance,
though you say we're no relations. I
am sure I always thought we were relations, for my part."
"Did you think Reginald was your
relation, too 1"
"Well, not, perhaps, quite so fur as
that—a connection, I should have suid;
but it does not matter much now,"
Emmn said, with a little simper of satisfaction. "What a good thing Roland
found out abuut grandpapa and grandmamma, Hester, and how fortunate
that they should havo asked mo ! If
everything goes right, I shall feel thut
I owe tho happiness of my lifo to it.
When a girl goes out upon u visit, she
nover knows what may happen before
she gets home—or even, she may never
need to go home at nil. I don't know
it I shall, I am suro. To talk about
anything taking place from Roland's
house would he absurd. Why, we
don't oven know the clergyman ! aud
nobody cares a bit about us. If there
was the least meaning in homo it
should be from Elinor's, you know—
for everybody knows us there."
"What do you mean by 'anything
takiug place?'—und from—from what?"
Hester asked,who never pnid loo much
attention to Emma's monologues, aud
bid altogether lost the thread of ber
discourse now.
"Oh," cried Emma.clasping Hester's
arm close, "how you do make one
blusii : Of course you know what I
mean. If ho speaks beforo I go away
—nnd I am suro I hopo 4ie will, for it
would bo such a nuisance to have him
following you up to Kilburn !—I don't
suppose there would bu any occasion
for waiting long. Why should people
wait when they are. well off' enough,
and nothing to be gained by it? When
the mun has not got settled in a proper
situation, ur when there is not enough
to live upon, then, of course, they
must put it off. But in such n case as
ours—I mean this, you know—it might
na well be here as anywhere," Emina
said, reflectively. "Cousin Catherine
has always been very kind to me ; nnd
rather than let grandpapa and grund-
mamma be disturbed ut their age, I
shouldn't wonder if she would give the
breakfast—especially considering the
double connection, and that it is such
a very good thing to get mo settled.
Vou needn't laugh, Hester. It is not
n thing to laugh at. Unless I had settled, what Bhould I havo done? You
are an only daughter. You don't know
what it is to be the youngest and have
no proper homo."
Theso words mollified'Hester, who
hud been in lofty opposition—half disgusted, hnlf indignant. Shu wns
brought down by this appeal to her
sympathy. "But you are hnppy with
your brother !" she said.
"Oh, yes—happy enough; Roland
is very kind. And though it's a small
house, it is tolerably nice, and two
maids with nothing particular to do.
But it is very dull you know, nnd I
don't know many people. And you
must always take into consideration
that nt nny moment Roland might
marry, and then where should I bo?
Why, he admires you vory much. He
might, just as likely as not, next time
ho comes, make yuu tin offer, nnd then
where should I be?'1
"You think, I suppose," said Hester, loftily, "that when a man makes
au offer, as you say, thut is all about
it; there is no opposition to be looked
for on tho girl's side?''
"Woll, you know," said Emma, "I
call yuu ono of tho high-flown ones.
Thoro are always some like that, But
in an ordinary way whnt do girls want
but their chance? And when they've
got it, what folly to refuse—at least;
in my position, Hester. If I don't get
sottled, what have I to look forward
to? Roland will marry sooner or later.
Hus an awful flirt, and though he admires you very much, I shouldn't advise you to Imve anything to do with
him unless you just marry him out aud
out. I should think he'd matte n good
husband. But dun't be engaged to
him, Hester; mind my words. Be
married to him in .three weeks, or hnve
nothing to any to him—thut is my ad-
vice. Oh, you need not be huffy. I
nm sure I don't want you or anyone to
marry him, at least, till I am settled.
But if I don't settle now, he is sure, of
course, to marry some time; and then
where ahall I be 1 That is what makes
me wish that if—Ae, you know, is go
ing to speak, he would do it, and not
shilly-shally.. It is astonishing how
men shilly-shally.' I think they take
n pleasure in it, Thoy would know
better if they, had to wait ns we have,
and  wender, and feel that wo can't
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A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
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LADIES' t  MISSES1 WINTER
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A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
ladles' t Children's Underclothing.
LACES,    EMBROIDERIES,  CARPETS,
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Urocerles, Provisions, Ilny, drain,
Feed, It., tt.
aar Prices to suit the times.
JAMES WISE,
ilo'Smi    Front stroet, New Westminster.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED AT
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COLUMBIA S1HEH
(Centrally located for convenience of
Ladies ordering), a Market to supply the
Public with all kinds of Fresh, Salt and
Smoked
Fish,   Game,
Vegetables, Pruit,
 AND	
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Where there will alwaya be found a good
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GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF
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upon orders being left at the office.
We respectfully solicit the patronhge
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Managers at Market,
JAMES TAFFANDOLE,
jlyStc Manager Fishing.
Afe bw9nm ™
IN ISSUING THIS CIRCULAR, I wish
to return ilnmlts to my ntmibcrous
friends and customers for tlieir "nitron-
age, nnd hope to have ncontlniinuccof
thesame. Business during tiie Inst few
inniiiiis lius been less-thnn expected. I
tinvc still n
Large Stock of Goods
on linnd, well   nssortctl, whicli will bo
Hold until fnrtlier notice at
make any arrangements or settle any-
thing till wo know what'* coining. If
I havo tn no awny and lio never says
Anything, I don't know what I shall
du." • .
(To be Continued.)
The Stock comprises
Dress Materials, Flannels, Cottons,
Linens,   Homespuns   Tweeds,
Cloths, Blankets, Quilts, Ac.
BRITISH and CANADIAN   HOSIERY.
Men's, Youth's nnd Boys'
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&C*f   Ac.,   Ac-
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And a grent variety of other Goods.
mr Inspection invited.   Goods nll flrst-
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-'lto( kkh:h sold at very low flguree.
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free of clinrge,
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Proprietors.
<ilnmhla «,, Opp. FmI •■*♦.    del7tr-
DeBeck Bros. & Co,
Manufacturers nnd dealers In all
kinds of
Bough & Dressed Limber,
Shingles, Shakes, Pickets,
AND TRAYS.
Wc Intend to keep a full stock of
Sash,
Doors,
Blinds,
Mouldings
Ac, Ac,Ac., Infnct
Everything in Woodwork
That will ho required to
FINISH A  HOUSE
From hottom to-top.
Orders for Hrrall Arming, Tr limning
nad Shaping, will bo promptly and carefully attended to. We pay particular attention to tho manufacture of good, dry
Salmon Boxes,
And we believe our customers will, bear
us out lu saying that wo make
The Sesl Salmon Bozei o& ths ftiver,
. Wo sincerely thank those who hnvo favored us with their patronage In tho past,
and beg to solicit a continuance'of their
favors. During tho pnst winter wo have
mnde extensive additions to our Hill, and
enn now flit orders mora promptly nnd
cheaply than dyer. We have chartered
the stenmor "Iris" for the season, nnd will
therefore be able to deliver Lumber
promptly, Wc have also to announce to
thecltixensof Part Mm-]? tliat we have
opened a branch of our buslncHs at that
place; and will be able to All orders from
therein a few days,
DeBECK BROS. A CO.
N»w Westminster, Mar38th, IBM.    "'. \te
R.T.WILLIAMS,
300K BINDER, PAPER R1TLKB
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
. 'IC,
General Groceries,
Provisions,
Dry Goods,
Hats and Gaps,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware,
Crockery,
Tinware,
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
"^*i*5i
WOTiCE*
snle or Lots In Osoyoos District
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN, Unit Uio
lots Into wlrloli tNeGovornmentfRe'.
servos'BJMllumoKeon Landing hns boon
rllvlrlvil, now (loslgtiiitcil Bolvldero, will
bo iilli.r i'i! for snlo al public auction at tho
oltlceof Walter Dewilney, Esq., Government Agent, Hnnlltnnelicen, at noon on
Saturday, Mill February,
WM. SMITHE,
chief Commissioner of Lands A Works,
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, II. C, Doo. 17,1881.       2Ttd
KOOTENAY DISTRICT.
RESERVATION.
NOTICE IM HEHEBY OIVEN that nll
thoviu'iint  bottom Innds subject to
overflow which nro situated nt (lie mouth
of Ltirdo Crook, nt tlio northern end of
Kootonay Luke, containing unt* thousand
ucii's more or less, nro hereby reserved
until further notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner uf Lands A Works.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, ac, Dec. Mth, IBM.   [dlTm
PARTNERSHIP WANTED
    liable nnd  active, with   moderate
capital.   References oxcnutlged.   Address
"Business," This Offloe. JnyMnU
BOARD ANDtODGING
A LARGE DOUBLE BEDROOM, newly
J\. furnished and well heated, sultnblo
for two or three gentlemen. Terms moderate.
W. N. BINGHAM,
JityVtc At L. ("old's store.
NOTIOE.
LL ACCOUNTS AGAINST THE N. W.
r_ & P.M. Telephone Co. must bo ron-
[orod forthwith to me, by whom, for the
future, all accounts will be pnid and all
moneys collected.
Signed: W. WEEKS,
noSte Sec. A Trons.
A
den
KOOTENAY DISTRIOT.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVATION.
IS HEREBY  GIVEN THAT
lllll norttoltof n notico published In
GENERAL
1
(ly?3yl)
DEALER,
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Filet of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc,, neatly and cheaply Bound,
GovernMent Btreet. Victoria, B, C.
ferton A. Wliite
Importfi)
Men's, Youths', Boys'
and Children's
CLOTHING
GENTLEMEN'S     <    i
Furnishing Goods,
HATS I CAPS,
Rubber Clothing
UMBRELLAS, ETC.
*»THE BEST ASSORTMENT
-OP-
ENTIRELY NEW QOODS
IN THE CITY.
COLUMBIA STREET
Opposite Hunk of lli-iiisli Columbia,
ocl ill r
ton
Importer*, Manufacturer^-, nnd
Dealers in
HARNESS
SADDLERY,
Harness Trimmings, &c.
Have opened a Store In the new
Colonial Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
And hnve a line nmiort ment of every-
t bint! lT-jiili'i-il in our line.
milANKINQ OUR NUMEROUS PA-
■•*• trons In all purlnnf llio Province for
piiHt Ntippurt, wi! liopcjiy Ntrk'l uttontion
to the wunls of our ■■lulomun*, touontlntie
Hiipplylin* thrill, mid to fjiiiti new patron*
n[;e In till*) vioinity. We feci confident
that we can give.bolter and cheaper Harness and Muddled than cnu lie purchruiod
elsewhere, hnvltiK a law unit varied titnek
bf everything on hand,
OUR  YALE  BRANCH
Is conducted by R. DEIGHTON,
'■■• . '. und
8PENCE»8 BRIDGE BRANCH
.   By j.'w. nulla
Parlies ordering from nuy of tlioso plaeos
can have UnrnuSH, ito., at freight advances
on '.-out at tliis placo,
Ne*vWo3tinInstor, I*tov. 11,1881.   ,
no22tc
MAN WANTED.
(MARRIED PREFERRED.)
WITH AIIOUT FIVE HUNDRED DOI.-
lars cnpilal, to Mike elutrgo of a farm,
(Produce Is more profitable than labor).
,    Applyto      Ti Vf. KERR,
n622t*" NcwWeNtmlnfjlor.H. (!.
NOTIOF.
tlml])       ..	
the British Columbia Gazette, and dated
ffiird May, 18*1, which more particularly
relates to tho lands sot apart and reserved
upon ICootouay I.nlto and Its.tributaries,
is hereby '-(winded, and that said reservation iHomicoHed.
Three months from the date hereof
t]ii"-i' lands will bo open for pre-emption
aud ptttohnse.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief t'nmmlseloiipr of Lunds & Works,
Lunds and Works Department,
Victoria, Dee. lllth, 1884. dl77m
INTERNATIONAL & COLONIAL EXHIBITIONS
ANTWERP IN 1885. - LONDON IK IMI.
IT IS TME INTENTION to havo a Canadian representation at tho International ExmnmoN ut Antwerp, commencing In Mny, 1885. and alio at the Co-
lonial and iNHtAN Exhibition In London 111 188(1.
The Government will defray the cost of
freight in conveying Canndian Exhibits
t:> Antworp, uud front Antwerp to London
und also of returning them to Canada lit
tlio event of their not being sold.
All Exhibits for Antwerp should bo
ready for shipment not later than the first
week hi March next.
These 'Exhibitions, It Is believed, will
a Hord favorable opportunity for making
known the natural capabilities,and mnn*
ufaeturtngiiiid Industrial progress of the
Dominion,
Circulars and   forms containing more
particular Informntion mny bo obtained
by letter (post free) addressed to the Depart menl of Agriculture, Ottnwa.
By Order, JOHN LOWE,
Soe. Dopt, of Agriculture
Departuiiint of Agriculture,
Ottawa, Dec. Will, 1884. Jny 1416
NOTICE.
PARTIES LOCATING AND PRE-
empting land are hereby notified
that land within the limits of the Hastings Saw Mill Company's lease is not
open for settlement, and that any one
entering thereon will be prosecuted for
trespass.
RICHT) H. ALEXANDER,
de8-tc Manager,
•ETOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application will be made to the
Legislative Assembly of the Provlncoof
British Columblu, nt its next session, for
an>Act to Incorporate a Company to construct nnd work a railway from a point In
tho city of New Westminster to some point
near-the 4Stb parallel of North latitude
between Hemlithmoo Bay and Township
16 In the District of Now Westminster,
Province of British Columbia,
CORBOULD * McCOLL,
Solicitors for Applicants,
Now Westminster, Dee. 1st, 1881.        dliwfi
NOEECB.
VTOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ll nn application, will bo made to the
Legislative Assembly of tho Provlncoof
British Columbia, at its next session, for
a charter to construct a llneof railway
from some point near the lllth parallel of
north latitude, between Semiabinoo Bay
nnd tho eastern boundary of Township
111, In the District of New Westminster, to
the City of Now Westminster.
HUGHES A ATKINSON.
Agents for Applicants.
New Westminster, Dec, 12,1884.      del3w6
3STOTIOB
TS HEREBY GIVEN that Mr. Albert J.
X. Armstrong has censed tohethc Manner of the linn <>f Arin>troiig<& Htirr, Lumber Merehanls, Port Moody, and has no
authority lo cuter Into any contracts, or
do any net on the part ofthe firm.
Port Moody,.Ian.Oth, 1885.       '.JnylOtc
NOTICE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
, application will bo made lo the Le-
islntlve Assembly of the Province of
rltlsh Columbia, at Its next session, for
nnactto amend the "New Westminster
City Lands Act, 1881," so as to remove any
■loubt respecting the cfTcct thereof as a
rant of the lands therein mentioned to
ho City of New Westminster free from Incumbrances, und to confirm a certain By
N°
L'lslftl
doubt respootliiL' the effect thereof as a
frnnt of the lands therein mentioned tf
ho City of New Westminster free from Incumbrances, und to confirm a certain Bylaw of the said City duly mnde on the
Eleventh dny of August, 1884, cntituled
"Tho Lnnd Sale Bylaw, 18W."
Dated November Mth, 188-1.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
no29w6 Solicitors for Applicants.
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO R.R.
■roYIKA-TOK'ri Ol'l-H'l',
Victoria, Sept. 22,1864.
SCHEDULE OF WAGES
For White Labor on the Esqnimalt
and Nanaimo Hallway.
Rock Foreman.... .$3 00 to M 00 per day
Earth Foreman 2 50 " Jt 00     "
Bridge Foreman 8 60 "4 00     "
Bridge Carpenters  8 00     "
Blacksmiths, 1st class 3 50     "
Drillers 2 00 " 2 25 * "
Laborers  1 75 '( 2 00     "
Hewers  3 00     "
Choppers „.. 175 "2 00     "
All outside labor ten hours per dny.
Ail carpenters to furnish their own cliest
tools.
All employees find themselves board,
bed and lodging.
Boarding Houses will  bo convenient
along the lino.
Board, S4 per weok.
It will not bo compulsory for employees
to board In the company's houses,
Wages will be paid monthly on tho 15th
o each month,
GRAHAM A BUSK,
oc4tc Contractors.
Canadian Pacific Railway
NEW    SCHEDULE
—or—
—POR—
WHITE  LABOR     i
ian
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers ...   ... .-$125 00 per month.
Rook Foremen....(3 00 to $4 00 V day
Earth Foremen... 2 50 to  3 50    "
Bridge.Foremen.. 3 50 to   4 50    "
' 0 50 "
Isf class"
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  3 00
Masons 2 50 to
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to
lst
Blacksmiths,
class	
Blacksmiths,
class	
. 3 50
2nd
300
ISrOTICB.
NOTKJB IS IIERIilBY GIVEN THAT
application will tio made at the
next session of thn Legislature for a Bill
to hiedriiprjilG tho Brunette .snw Mill Co.,
Llmltetl.
HUGHES A ATKINSON,
Agents for Applicants,
New Westminster, Dec. 20,1884.     d24w6
1TOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN, THAT
application will be made to thn Le-
gislalive Assembly of British Columbia,
at Its next session, for an Act to nmond
tho Act liii-ornorntlutr the New Westminster mid I'ort Moody Telephone Company,
Limited, su as In authorize the said Com*
nany to extend its lines of telephone from
tlie City uf New Wesliiiinster to Burrard
Inlet nml Ibence loGraiivllle und throughout nnd beyond liranvllle and Its vicinity
In such direction as tho Company may
detenu I ne.
Dated .Innuiu'v 7th, 188T*.
CORHOULD A McCOLL,
juylSwll Solicitors of Applicants,
-TO-
RAILWAY CONTRACTORS
TB3*>rr3*B*KS
W71I.I. UK   ItKCKIVEI) UP TO THE
10th Dny or February Next,
 FOR	
<n:uti\*.,   i;i(iiMV<. A  BUfHilNfi
20 MILES OF THE
KKQUMAM1 & NANAIMO KAILWAY
Prom Estpilmall Northward,
Plans, Specifications nnd Bills of Quantities enn ue seen nt the Company's ofltofl*
Victorin. 11. C, wliere tenders aro to be
left.
Kurlher Inforinalion may ho obtained
on application lo .1. lll'NTKH, Chief En*
glneer.
It. DUNSMUIB, President,
JnyUtd E. AN. Railway Co.
MAINLAND
CIGAR
FACTORY
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
WM. TIETJEN
HAS OPENED A OIGAR •FACTOltY
In tho
Holbrook Stone Building*
NKW WKKTMINmR,     .
And having had many years experience,
Is now prepared to supply the trade with
a superior article nt prices as low as ean
ho obtained elsewhere.      Lookout for tht
"MAINLAND"
BRAND OF CIGARS.
' orr* bents them all, • ' seWte
NOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that wo
Intend mnking application tn the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease for timbering purposes the following described lands situated in New Westminster District:
1, Commencing at a post on the shore of
Gillies Bay, Texada Island, about one
mile N. W. of Shelter Point, extending
along the shoro for a distance of llio
chains, with n depth of SO chains, Containing 1280 ncres, more or less,
2. Commencing at a post on the North
Shore of CarderoChannel, nearly opposite
Denhnm Island, extending along the
shore for a distance of 100 chains, with a
depth of 100 chnins, containing 1600 acres,
more or less,
!t. Commencing nt a stake on the shore
of Hemming Bay, Thurlow Island, nbout
one-half mile West of Jackson Point;
thence following the shore lino 120chains;
thence In a N. Vf. direction 24(1 chains;
thence Easterly 100 chains; thence South
to point of commencement, containing
3500 acres, more or less,
HASTINGS SAW MILL CO'Y,
RlOlin. H.  Al.KXANIiKll,
Manngcr.
Burrard Inlet, B. C.,80th July, 1884,
nil lilt c
Legislative Assembly,
PRIVATE BILLS.
* LL APPLICATIONS FOR PRIVATE
J\ Bills, properly the subject ot legislation by lhe Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, within tho purview of the
-DrUiNli North America Act, l*B," wheth
er for the erection of n Bridge, the making
of a Railroad, Turnpike lload, or Telegraph Line; the construction or Improvement of a Harbor, Canal, Lock, Dam, or
Slide, or other like work; the grant Ing of
n right of Kerry; the Incorporation of uny
particular trade or calling, or of any Joint
lock Company; or otherwise forgrautlng
 '- Uvldiinl or Individuals nnye-
_ . -.. __ peculiar rights or prlvliegt
whatever, or for doing any matter or thing
elusive or peculiar rights or prlvlfeges
whatever, or far doing any matter or thing
which In Its operation would affect the
-'-••tsor property of other parties, or re*
to any particular class of the com*
rights or property of other parties, or re
lato to auy particular class of the community; or for making any amendment
of a like nature to any former Act —shall
require a Notice, clearly and distinctly
specifying the nature and object ofthe
application, to bo published as follows:—
A notice In tho Uritish Colnmbia Gazelle,
and lu one newspaper published In the
District nffeclcil, or If thero be no newspaper published therein, then Inn newspn-
pei In tho next nearest District Ih which
a newspaper is published.
Such notice shall be continued In each
case for a period of at least six weeks, during the Interval of time between the close
of tho noxt'proceeding Session* and tho
consideration of the Petition.
Before any Petition, praying forlcnvc to
bring in a Private BUI forjthe erection of a
Toll Bridge, is presented to the House, the
Sierson or persons Intending to petition
or such Bill shall, upon giving the;notlco
fprescribed bythe preceding rule, nlso at
he same time and In tho same manner,
!;lvo notico of tho rates which lhey Intend
o ask, tho extent of the privilege, the
height of the arches, the Interval between
tlie abutments or piers for the passage of
rafts ami vessels, and mentioning also
whether they Intend to erect a drawbridge
or not, and the dimensions of tho same,
THORNTON FELL,
Clerk of thu Legislative Assembly,
se24tc
3 GO
3 50
2 00
2 25
2 00
Blacksmith Helpers   I 50 to
Drillers.  2 00 to
Laborers   1 75 to
Hewers, 1st clasa 3 50
Choppers, 1st class 2 00 to
Scorers, lst.class 2 50
All outside labor 10 houn per <Uy.
AU Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
AU Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board via Lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along the Line.   Board—$5 por week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in the Company's Houses,
.Wages will be paid monthly, on the
10th ol eaoh month.
A.   ONDERDONK,
General Manager.
Office ov the Contractors,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1, 1883.
PR. ALLEN'S
PRIVATE  DISPENSARY,
•*8!£ Kearny St., Ban Franelico, Cal.
THE EXPEBT SPECIALIST,
T\R- ALLEN, AS IS WELL KNOWN, IS A
U rigulir graduated Fliytlcian, •dscattd si
Rowtloln Colleu and Unlwiity of Mlclilctn. Ul
lm dovoted a llfetliut to thaittidy of tfii trtat-
mint ind can of dlseuM wltlitn liii ipnliltj.
And MIDDLE AOED MEN, who ut lafhriig ft*-*
tliq effect! of Youthful Indliercltuni or Pxcihii
in maturer jrun.Nmuua tnd ParilflAL loiiiutT,
Ihpotikcs, Lost Makhood, conftiiloo of Ideal,
dull tyet, avenion to loclrty, doijwnilritry, plm.
Ilka on tlir fact, Inn of energy tnd memory, fn.
qut-nry uf urinating, etc. '
MV   HOSPITAL  EXPERIENCE
NOTICE
TtfOTICE IH HEHKBY OIVEN THAT
of Lands and Works for a lense for timber
purposes of the undermentioned pnreols
of Lnr.d situate In New Westminster and
Const Districts!
No, l.-Commcnelnff nt a post on tho
shore of lllcklcy Hny, on the north side of
Thurlow Islnnd, thence Month UB ehulns,
thenco Enst ISO chnins (more or less) to
the H. W. corner of tract already applied
for; thenee North 100 chains, thenco West
00 chnins (more or less) to N.M. corner of
the Moodyville 8nw Mill Co.'k clnlm;
thence following the lioundnrios of tho
Moodyvillo Hnw Mill Co.'s clnlm and
shore line to point of commencement.
contnlnlnK 7VI ncres, more or less.
No. £.—Commencing nt a post on (he
north shore of Curdero Channel nearly
opposite Blckley Uny; thence North Ilo)
chains, thence West 00 chnins, thenee
Month 110 chains (more or less] to tho
shore; thence In nn Easterly direction,
following the shore to tfte point of commencement, containing IW) acres, more or
lees.
No, It-Cornmonclng nt tho 8. W. corner
of claim already applied for In Hemming
Bay, Thurlow island: thenco Koulh 21(1
chains (more or less) to the shore of No*
dales Channel; thenco in n Nort h-Kasterly
direction, following the shoro to the point
nf commencement, eontulning nimiit tm
aeres.
No, 4.—Commencing nt a post on the
west shoro of Vntdes iKlniid about one
mile north of Islet Point; thenco KnitHO
chains, thence North 120 chains, thence
Wost80 chains (more or lest) to the shore;
thenee in a Southerly direction, following
the shore to the point of commencement,
nnd eontulning m acres, more or less.
Oomir"" * "~
tho shore to the
nd containing I , ,— .
No. a-Commencing at a post on the
mth shoro of Hardwicke Islnnd, opposite
tho upper end of 'Thurlow Islnndj thenco
thence Mouth HO chains (more orless) to
the Hhoro; thenee In an Enstorly direction,
following Iho shore to point of commencement; containing IHO ncres, more or lets*
HAHTINtlH HAW MIU, CO.,
HlCIin. II, AI.KXANPKH,
Mnnnger,
llurrard Inlet, B. 0.,
ISth December, IBM. dcSOml
iThig beon tiirgoon' hi charge of two leading
ipltala) enable* me to treat all nritatt truublei
with excellent reaulla,  I wiih It dlitlncllj under-
itood thtt I do not claim to perform Impoeelbill-
tlos, or to havo miraculmn or lujiernaturat power,
I claim only to be n skillful and eucceaifiil PhyiK
clan tnd Surgeon, thoroughly informed in ruj
•peclatty—
DISEASES UF HAN.
All applying lo me will receive my boneit
opinion of their cum plain la—No iiperimentlng. I
will guarantee h pnaltlfo cure In every call 1 w~.
dertwe, or forfeit f 1,000, Cotnullatlon In offlct
or by letter rnu ind itrictly private, Chargei
riaaonable. Thorough elimination, iQCltdini
chemical and microMoniral analyeii of urlti, tnd
evening'  Sunday, Oto 12 only.   Call nraddtW
DR.   ALLEN,
26'$ Kearney etreet, gan Frtnelaco, Cal;
49* Remember, the Doctor bai a Yiiitmi
Compoqrd, the remit of many yean of spatial
practice tnd btrd etudy, which, under Ml ipeclal
advice, hai never failed ol luecetl in thi cirt of
Loll MiKHOOD, I'XuluvnMBll, etc.
THE GREAT EKGU8H REMEDY
Ii a new-fall tag
Cure for Ntr?.
ouiDebilitjr.Kx-
liauiteii Vitality
of any k I nd,
WeaknMi, Par;
*lyili, Proita-
lorrliooa.and all
tbe terrible er*
ftctj ofyo'uthful
folllei, and etcenri< In maturer yeiri,
DR. MINTIK will agree to forfeit
Fife Hundred Dollars for a caie of
thii kind the Vital Restoratlre (nnder
hii ipeclal adrlce and treatment)will not
cure, or for anything Impure or injurious
found in It. DR. MINTIK treats all Dli-
eaiei iiiccenfullj without mercury.
OOMlltltlOII free. Thorough elimination and advice, $K*00. Plica or Tltll
Restorative, $3-00 a bottle, or four
tlmei the quantity, $10*00; lent to any
addreis upon receipt of price, or O O. D,,
ie cure fri">i »*ret ration, and In private
name If desired, by A. K. MINTIK,
M.D.
Those who cannot rlilt DR. MINTIK
in San Franelico ihould lend a full and
minute statement ol their tronblei with
♦25-00, nnd In return a full courie af
Medicine will be forwarded, leeorily
pncltH, io ai not to exelte rurloilty.
All orders for medicine O, 0. D. mail
bo accompanied with $1,00 (ai a guar*
anlee of good faith), which will be deducted when the pectiagt Is ihlpped,
SAMPLE BOTTLE FRKR.-Hent on
np'ilinitinn by letter itallng eymptomt,
lex and ago. Communication! itrlctly
confidential. jnySMy
II Kuney aireel, BM rrartelie*, C   i
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