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Array government Am*'
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
——IS  PttBUSBED——
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— nr—
P. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE, OOLUMBM STREET. Entunoe to Edi-
TOIMLUIDtllllNIII DlPADTMEHT THMUJOH T. R.
Pf jno. 4 CO'l. Book £ Siatiohhy Store.
TEMn«Bj> Mill, ta.jreiin »150 for 0 moa. i
fl for 8 dim. t nuy.Me In Advance. Ilollvorwl
liy Carrier or Agent, ,1 per quarter, payable
quarterly to Carrier or Agont.
AO.ENT8
T. N, HistEs 4 Co. ..Viito«ia.
W». Huriioh Yaie.
L. P. FISHER AilvortUag Agent, 21 Merchant',
Kxctiango, San Frnncleco, ia authorised to receive
AdTcrtiHuients fur thi, paper.
THIS PAPER
Newspaper AdfertlBlng
where advortlalng controot, may be mado for It
KKW VORK.
-Wxt f ritiah dTolnntbmn.
Hatunluy Horning, August 4, ISKI.
The British Columbian.
VOLUME U
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST i, 1883.
NUMBER 10
gckniific JRisatUanj).
courts and Judges.
Not long ago we referred to the
great injustice done to the people of
the mainland ou account of the
praotice of postponing onr courts
for reasons which sometimes seem
very trivial. Tho last county court
was postponed because, it was alleged, Mr. Justice Gray wished to
attend a supper to be given in honor
of Sir Alexander Campbell on hia
arrival at Victoria. We cannot
accept such a plea as that in jnsti-
6cation of tho aet. We do not consider that tho pleasure of feasting
the minister of justice (however
deserving ho may bo of the honor)
should have been regarded by the
judge as of more importance thau
the duty of attending to his court.
Moreover, it is not customary to
entertain distinguished visitors at
dinner just wheu they Imve reached
onr shores. No doubt Sir Alexander will remain for somo time in
the province—we sincerely hopo he
may—and opportunities would have
presented themselves for the judges
to pay their respects without embarrassment and loss to the people.
We have been looking for a report
of the judges'dinner, but up to the
present writing wo have looked in
vain. In fact it is stated tlmt the
affair was formally postponed nearly
a week ngo, until Sir Alexander returns from his tour through the
province. And so it comes to pass
that nothing whatever has been
accomplished by the postponement
of our comity court, and the people
of this district have not even the
consolation of knowing that the
judges and the minister of justice
were feasting whilo they suffered!
It has been generally understood
that the decision of the supreme
court of Canada on the Thrasher
case established the authority of the
province to place judges in certain
districts. If a judge had been residing in this district it is altogether
probable that neither the last court
nor the one preceding it would have
been postponed. We are informed
that the provincial government had
an interview with Sir Aloxaml
Campbell early thia week, when, wo
presume, various matteid of importance concerning tho relations of the
provincial and federal governments
would be disoussed. It may be that
ono of the results of that conference is the announcement thut Mr,
Justice McCreight is to be sent to
reside at this city, and Mr. Justice
Walkem is to go to Kamloops. This
will to a great extent mitigate the
judiciary misfortunes which have
hitherto existed, and we congratulate the people of the mainland,
and the government, upon having
achieved so muoh. If Sir Alexander has ordered these changes, wo
must say thnt he has acted with
angular promptness, which is
stiiingely in contrast with the usual
pnu'iico of the Ottawa government
iu dealing with British Columbia
ufl'uirs. We hope he will continue
ho to act during his visit, and that
ho may be able to effect it complete
adjustment of the misunderstandings uud embarrassments which
havo ao long existed between us and
the federal authorities. If he does
thia he will accomplish more than
any of his predecessors have done,
and will carry away with him the
best crnli'ii'ln of British Columbia,
ry   recently  reported
-'--- -* "■llly.r
Tlle discov
from the coal mines of Bully-Grcnay,
France, seems to be a most important
one in its relation to the antiquity of
man. In pioroing a new gallery a
cavern was broken open which dis*
closed tho fossil remains of five human
beings, fairly preserved, together
with fragments nf arms, utensil, of
petrified wood and of atone, and remains of mammals and fishes. A
second subterranean chamber con*
tallied the remains of eleven human
bodies, several animals, and a largo
number of various objects, with Mime
precious atones. The human bodies
wore of large- size, a man from the
firat chamber measuring .even feot,
and a woman six and one-half feot.
Drawings representing men fighting
gigantic animals adorned the walls of
the cave. A third chamber found
wns believed to he empty, but was not
' explored. If the find proves to bo
( what it at first appears, It is a reinark-
i ablo relic of prehistoric'poople.
The French Academy's pri7.es for
' 1883 number seventeen nnd amount to
total of more than 00,000 francs,
'the largest being one of L'0,000 franca
(16,000)   for  a satisfactory remedy
against diphtheria,
At the three stations in northern
Europe from which special attention
was given Inst winter to studies of tho
aurora bnrealis efforts were mado to
photograph tlio phenomenon, but no
impression on the sensitive plates
oouhl bo secured.
A oonimittee of Vienna physicians
found in Moravia thirty-seven per cent,
of rats examined trichinous; in Vienna and its immediate neighborhood,
ten por cent.; and in Lower Austria,
about four per cont. A late writer insists that it is a well established fact
that swine owe their infection with
trichinao entirely to tho eating of tho
flesh nnd excrement of rats.
In a paper read before the Royal
Socioty of Canada Mr. Robert Boll
has attributed the fertility of the vast
productive tract of the Canadian
northwest territories—stretching from
the Red River valloy to tho Liard
River—largely to tho work of burrowing animals. Tho mole and ground-
squirrel are singularly active in the
autumn, and in burrowing bury immense quantities of grass und other
vegetable matter, which are thus confined in tho soil and havo gradually
produoed a rioh mold.
In his experiments at Sherryvoro,
off tho west coast of Scotland, Stevenson found tho average force of the
waves for the. five summer months
to be 011 pounds per square foot, and
fer tho six winter months 2,086
pounds. He mentions that the Bell
Rock lighthouse, 112 feet high, is
somotimes buried in spray from
ground-swells when no wind is blowing, and that on Nov. 80,1827, the
spray was thrown to n bight of 117
foot—cquivalont tu a wavo-pressure of
nearly three tons per square foot;
whilo during a gale in March, 1845,
his dynamometer registered n pressure
of 0,003 pounds per square foot. He
has also recorded that a rock of 42
tons on ono of the Hobrides was gradually movod five feet in a storm.
Hagen has reported tho moving by
waves of a block of concrete weighing
probably 125 tons.
In North America the Mississippi
river drains a land area of about 1,317,-
000 square miles; the Mackenzie 442,-
000; and tho St. Lawrence 298,000.
In South America tho Amazon drains
2,204,000 square miles; and the La
Plata 880,000. In Europe the drainage area of tho Volga is 397,000 square
miles; of tho Danube 234,000; of the
Rhine 05,000; and of the Elbe 42,000.
In Asia tho Obi draws its water from
925,000 square miles; tho Yenosei
785,000; the-Lena 594,000; the Amur
583,000; the Yang-tzo-kiang 548,000;
tho Hoang-ho 537,000; tho Ganges
432,000; and the Indus 312,000. In
Africa the Nile receives its water-supply from 520,000 square miles of territory. The volume of water the
rivers carry to tho sea is very far
from being proportionate to their respective drninago areas. The disohargo
of the Amazon exceeds that of the
eight principal rivers of Asia together,
and is five times that of the Mississippi.
"As quick as lightning" is a phrase
well chosen to illustrate an inconceivable rapidity, but of those who use the
expression probably very few appreciate its full meaning, for Sir Charles
Whoatstono has shown that a flash of
lightning lasts less than a millionth
part of a second. Tliis is vastly more
rapid than our perception of the flash,
as at least one-tenth of a second must
elnpse—according to Prof. Swan-
fore our sluggish sight can take in the
full effect of tho light. On account of
the slowness of our perception we nover see the light at its real intensity.
Prof. Tait has suggested that the full
brilliancy must bo in some degree comparable with the sun, as Wheatstone's
and Swan's data prove that the apparent brightness of the landscape as lit
up by a lightning flash is loss than ono
hundred-thousandth part of what it
would be woro the lightning permanent. The apparent brightness, it
should b. mentioned, was shown by
Swan to diminish in nbout tho ratio
borne hy the length of time the flash
lasts to the time required for us to
perceive it.
Asleep on an Engine.
English papers rolute how tho signal
man tit Llandudno savod tho Irish mail
passengers from what might have
proved a torrihlo fate. The signal
man at the junction roceivod a message from the signal man at Conway,
tho next station toward Holyhoad, that
a light engine was coming. The June-
tion signal man, knowing that tlio
Irish mail was due, decided to run tho
engine into a siding in order to permit
tho train to puss. He accordingly
put up nll tlio signals against tho light
engine, but to hia oxtrome astonishment the engine came straight into tho
junction at full speed, swept round tho
corner, dashing past all the danger
signals and disappeared from view
down tho lino toward Chester. A
moment's reflection convinced tho signal man that both driver aud stoker
must be asleep. Ho accordingly wired
toUio Oolwyn Bay Station signal man:
drivor ask
DRS. MGINNES & MATHERS.
Olliee, Columbia 8t., ojm. lhe Poslofllce
OPEN DAY & NIGHT.
DRS. WELSH & HENDERSON
DENTISTS.    Office over D. S.
Curtis & Co.'s drug store, next
Colonial Hotel, New Westminster.
myi6-tc.
GORDON E, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
-NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
R.T.WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted,
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound,
Government street, Victoria, H. C.
MRS. M. ECKSTEIN
OPENED  A   NEW
HAS    JUST
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found a full stock of
Dry floods, Groceries, and General Merchandise,
Which will bo sold at Now Westminster
Prices.
"Next Door to Caledonia Hotel.
(aplSto)
NEW SPRING GOODS
 AT THE	
CASH TAILOR'S.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHABF STREET, • VICTORIA.
AG1SN3B   FOB
North British and Mercantile
insurance Oo. ror Mainland.
H. C. BEETON & CO.,
30 Finsbury Circus,
London, E. C.
JAMES  MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
ATTCTIONIEEK !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Op|i. Ol'-n'iil Hotel)
NKW   WBSTJUSSTJSft.
•^Several good Farms for Salo and to
Lease. nolo
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
—AND—
GENERAIUK3ENT
Bent nnd Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent for the TKAVEUKRS' LIFE
and ACC1D8NT IKSURANCK CO.,
Hartford, Conn.
OFFICE:-
Columbia Street.,   Now
de9
,;nio cunung;
fog signals on lino.
sleep; put
ip; pul
_   _ The man at Col-
wyn Bay was oqually prompt, for, running out of his box, ho had hardly
time to lay a number of signals when
tho engine camo thundering along, and
explosion followed whioh effectually
awoke tho men. Tho ongino was
stopped and run book iutti a siding,
when it was discovered that tho fire
had gone out, that tho water had disappeared from the boilor, and that tho
men hod beon asleop somo timo. Inquiry resulted in their immediate dis-
hnrge. They had beon fifteen hours
on duty.
What Every 1'ebso.v Should Know.
The grand outlets of disease from the
system aro the Skin, tho Bowels, and the
Kidneys, fiardoek Blood Bitter. Is the
most safe, pleasant ond offootual purifier
and health-restoring toulc in tho world.
Trial bottles 10 cents.
A1'lkasantA«knowi.kuiimkst—"Hail
sour stomach and miserable appetite for
months, and grew thin overy day. I
used Burdock Blood Bitters with the
most marvellous results; fool splendid,"
Mrs, Joseph Johnson,
Pittsburgh, fa.
Every Man to his Own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLONIAL HOTEL),
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
MERCHANT TAILOR
Lytton Square, Now Westminster.
Broadcloths and. fine tweeds always on
hand.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Try His $25 Salt.
ap2S-tc.
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHORN'S
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the now Oddfellow Hall, Col
umhiast., New Westminster,
FURNITURE I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA*
sure in announcing that h-j Is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ke,, at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering dono
promptly nnd in first-class style,
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE In the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited,
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. O, BUNTE,
Late Manager Selil's Branch Furnlturo
Store. au5to
Physicians' Prescriptions and Fan*
Hy Recipes a Specialty.
N. B. — Only Genuine Drugs used,
Over twenty years' experience.    inr23
SAWS -
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Belting, Packing, Hose, so., fto., fto.
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
ifOST FASHIOXAHLE L\ THE CITY.
Opposite the Bank. Columbia street,
Now Westminster, B. C.      [my26-to.
NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE ANY
claims against tho Finn of ADAIR
k COMPANY, Fish Canners, Fraser
River, are requested to forward the same
At once to their Solicitors,
Mbssbs. DAVIE k POOLKY,
Langley Streot, Victoria,
Dated 3rd March, 1883. mh7
School Furniture.
1 TABLE, 24 CHAIRS, 20 DESKS, 0
1 Maps, 2 Blackboards, 1 Boll; almost
now; for salo at a Decided Bargain,
jyai to] E. ROBSON.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Kearlj' Opposite tbe Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, - BRITISH COLUMBIA.
t-T Liberal advances made on Consignments.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and the Districts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stook, Stock in trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can iiml a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above. Office of tlie British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work dotte. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
Offler or Hm-lt-or Hauler uml Pott War-
ilea. . felO
ROYAL  OITY
nun lis a
LIMITED
HAVE ON HAND AND AEE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
— AI.l. JlKKUKIITIUNt, OV—
NOTICE
(LIMITED),
Carrying E. M, Mails and
B. G, Express,
LEAVE IRVWG'S WHARF
FOB VICTORIA:
Wkdnksdays ond Saturdays ut 7 a.m.
FOB VALE & WAY PORTS:
Wednesdays andSATUBDAYsat 7a.m.
For Fn
Ollice.
aplltc
t or Passage apply at the
THOS. L. BRIGGS,
Agent.
NOTICE
TIIE MlfflPALIH OF SURREY
Offers great inducements to persons
IN SEARCH OF A HOME
-We have—
0. E. WOODS. CEO.
WOODS I TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Accountants & Conveyancers,
(OLI HIIIA   aTKKET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
WE HAVE FOR SALE IMPROV-
od ami unimproved Lands at
PITT RIVER,
MAPLE RIDGE,
LANGLEY,
MATSQUI,
MISSION,
BURRARDS INLET,
FALSE CREEK,
PORT MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH ARM,
SALT SPRING ISLAND.
TOWN LOTS AT POR^MOODV FOR SALE.
I,,\U   HI'HVKUSU   < lEKIUH   AND
PKOMITLY ATTENDED TO.
MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SK< I BITV.
AOENTS FOR TIIE
Fhenlx Fir. Insurance fo. of Brooklyn.
lhe Equitable Lite AH.ara.ee Boelrly
of tbe United Males, and
Vladdllia, Mi-Bran rtCo'n. Vltriled lav
Hewer nnd I'hlnmev Pipes, Harden
Vases, Ae.
WOODS k TURNER.
Now Westminster, B. C,
April 2,1883. up'
NOTJCE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
no bills for goods furnished on account of the corporation will be paid unless supplied by an order from tho Mayor
or some member of the Council.
By Order.
JAMES ORR, C.M.C.
New Westminster. July 17, 1883. [18-to
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A DULY-QUALIFIED
male teaohor for Pralrio sohool.
Duties to commence ot tho beginning of
noxt term.   Apply to
A. INNES, Seo'v,
jy4-to] Langley.
;GOODLAM)S!
Both wild aud improved,
Good Roads. Schools, Churches
And Post Office.
Our facilities for trade are excellent.
Wo have good
WATER   COMMUNICATION
With outside markets, and our
CLIMATE IS  UNRIVALLED.
Plenty of Government Land.
TO MANUFACTURERS and GRIST
OR SAW MILL MEN establishing
themselves in this Municipality, the
Municipal Council ure offering LIBERAL
INDUCEMENTS. For further particulars apply personally or by letter to
HENRY T. THRIFT, C. li. C.
Intelligence Officer.
Clover Valley, Surroy, B. C.    [mylOto
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashfls, and Blinds.
Planing, Scroll-Sawing. Turn-
in-;, Shaping,
Anil all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with tile
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERV.
FISH  OASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Manager.
J. H. PLEACE & CO.
IMPOHTCIW ASD DKAI.B1W IS
STOVES,
BANGES,   &C, &C.
House Furnishing Goids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING GOOD8.
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
the LOWEST MARKET RATES.
TINWARE MANUFACTURED ON THE PREMISES.
All Mini* »r WMler-plm W«rh. al rea*
Honable rale*, by m romprtt-iii Work-
mam Rntlftfkiriiott ■aaraalfed.
SW Jobbing promptly attended to.
HtM HKOUkM HTOSK HI I MHS li,
New WoKlininNliT.
-AN INVOICE OP-
WAGGONS!
Cutting Boxes, Hoot Slioers,
French Burr Stone Chopping Mills,
Fanning Mills, .Clipper and
Mohawk Plows, fto., fto.
BURNS& COT,
VICTORIA,  B. C.
AGENTS FOR
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Portable Saw Mills,   Grist Hill*,
Shingle Hills,   Champion Kit-
Bines, Saw Hill Machinery,
te., ke.
A. Harris, Son & Company,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Brantrord Ho*ers and  Reaper,,
Osborne Mowers, Brantrord and
Osborne Cord Binders.
BRANTFORD,
Centennial  Sulky
ONTARIO.
Rake,   Spring
Spring Tooth
ittord Bruin
Tooth Harrows, _.
Cultivator, Brantl
Brill, ke., te.
t&- Machines always on hand. Repair,
kopt. dolS
New Fish Market!
JAMES MFFAHDALE
HAS JUST OPENED A NEW FISH
Market on
FRONT STREET,
East of the Holbrook House, where will
he found a fnll supply of Fish of all
kinds and of tho beat quality.
Purchases delivered in any part of the
)ity.   A call ii solicited.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COWIP'lf.
1 Old Buoad St. and 16 Paix Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES A OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Waves, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, mid the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building und repairing, Barges und ottier Vessels on navigable riven and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM
1 OK DAMAtiE BV FIRE,
Subscribed aud Invested Capital,
£1,(300.000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can he obtained on application to
W. J. ABM8TB0NS,
Agent for New Westminster.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
MARKET
YAI-E, PORT MOODY AND NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Tho best inmlity of
BEEF, PORK & MUTTON
Will bo kept constantly on lituiil.
All bithi presented on the lat of each
month, and must be paid by loth.
mylll-to] HAVENS & CO.
New Spring Goods!
STRANC
KOS TO INFORM HRR FRIENDS
that she has received her stock of
MRS.
fi
FANCY   GOODS I
—ALSO—
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
READTMADE CLOTHING
Cheapest in the City,.
«W Noxt Door to City Drug Store.   ap!8
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
W1U DE RECEIVED BV THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO. (LIMITED)
Except on their own Printed Forms of
Shipping Receipts, to he had at T. R,
1'kaiwon k Co.'h, New Westminster.
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
apll
3STOTIOE.
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB-
aenoo from the province, Mr. Chas,
E. Woods will hold my power of attorney, and will act as Muuager of the business of James Ellard * Co. Mr. Woods
is authorized to receive moneys and sign
cheques and receipts in tbo namo of the
Baid firm. JAMES W. HARVEY.
Now Westminster, H.C, May JM, 1S83.
my28-to.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. G.
Tlio Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tne City,
THE CIIUMBT DMITIEHT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the 1'uhlic tlmt he
has purchM«l-»he above Hotel, where
everything »l|l be found fint.obu.ud
at reasonable rates.
The fnrlon and Sleeping Apartments are under the superintendence
of Mm Adbtijj.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading Boom, commodious, comfortably furnished, aud
woll supplied with books and papers, is
provided for tho uso of guests.
for gale ot te fUnt.
To Rent.
ROOMS SUITABLE FOR SINGLE
men, on Dallas street.   Apply to
*e30.to]
HENI-Y V. EDMONDS,
Land Agent,
FOR SALE.
THREE YOKE OF WELL-BROKE
work oxen, In good order; will girth
7 feot and upwards. Also, two work
horse.. A. S. VBDDER.
jc20.2m] ChilUwhack, B. C.
FORSALE CHEAP:
A GOOD DAIRY FARM. Dwelling
House, Barns and other out-build-
ings, with the Stock, Dairy Utensils and
implements of husbandry. For particulars apply to
W. D. FERRIS,
Land Agent, ftc.
New Westminster,
20th April, 1883.
ap21tc
FORSALE:
It NEW MILCH COWS AND
LO Calves, and 40 Hog.. To be Men
at tbe shop of the undersigned, LadtMt".
Landing. Alio, 12 yoko broken own,
very large, girth 71 feet. Enquire ofw!
n. Ladner, Ladner'. Landing, or U.
Nelson t Co.. Yalo, or A.M. Nelson,
New Westminster. Will trade thero (or
beef cattle, at lowert cull price. ,■
jeiUtc] U. NBLSON*CO.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE
THE SHOP AND PREMISES ON
Columbia St., next the Custom.
House, lately occupied by Nelwn Bro..
The situation is excellent for any bun.
ness purpose. Tho building is divided
into two .hop,, and has a good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain, or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply on
the premises to
ap21to W. J. FRENCH.
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wikks, Liqdobs, Cicahs, 4o.
JNO.
AUSTIN,
PKOPRIKTOR.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BUBBAKD      INLET.
Hewly Built and Newly Furnished,
Urge and Commodious.   -
OME OF THE SEST HOTELS ON THE M-MIMD.
Commands an unbroken view of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
aiiira  of  rooms  roi  kudued.
tw Visitor, and Tourists will Snd it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
bo strictly moderate.
Good stabling bu the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNION,
Pkopbietob.
FOR   SALE.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned up to noon on
Wednesday, 8tk August leit, for the
purchase of 13 milch cows, the property
of the late Hugh McRoberta, together
with the appliance, for the milk btuunen,
consisting of can., pails, fto., and the
good-willof the business. Thesuoceu*
ful tenderer will be entitled to the ule
of the stables for a limited time, at a
nominal rent. Particulars on application. The highest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
F. MoCLEERY, Executor.
Dated July 20th, 1883. [jy2I-td
FOR_SALE.
LOT  2,   BLOCK  IX.
"    1,    "       xxn.
"    10,      " XXVIH.,
City of New Wertminster.
—ALSO—
LOT 4, BLOCK I.
" 8 4 0,. «' IH.
" *, " V.
" 3, " X.
" 18, 19,* 20, BLOCK XIH„
Suburban Lands.
Apply to
H. V. EDMONDS,
New Wertmimter,
or to AI,IflOP it MASON,
auSOto Victoria.
COLUMBIA STBEET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.G,
HAVING PUH^'-'ASED AND COM-
pletely re '       W aud otherwise
greatly improved ...    .ell-known cstab-
ihment, I   have tho pleasure to an.
improved
t, I   hav
nounce that it is now
OH BE J«T
For* the reception of Guests,
Conveniently located and well appointed in overy department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all tho most modern appliances, it
will be found in every respect tlie best,
as it is the lamest aud most commodious,
Hotel ou thu Mainland,
The
RESTAURANT
Department is uiiiler tho very best management both us regards l-ihsisk and
attendance, aud parties desiring them
cau have PR1VATK DINING ROOMS,
with special attendance.
THE  BAR ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Winks and
Liynnw, and the best brands of Cigars
will always be bept on hand.
TNE BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and pi
vided with Strahlk'h PatkstCUSHIC
TAI1LKS, tho best in use.
ON
OT Good  attendance   and   moderate
-barges,
3. E, INSLEY,
PnorRiETOR k Manaokr,
December 1, 1882.
deO
THE   STEAMER
A. (I. s-mMMIK, X IHTtK.
WILL SAIL FROM NEW WEST
MINSTER
Every Wedies.*.,, al 7 a. m.,
Por SEATTLE, via SAN JUAN and
PORT TOWNSEND, connecting with
steamers for all point, on tho Sound.
rffl     	
on Tuesday afternoon.
i-allpoi     --	
Iletnndng, will sail from SEATTLE
Monday, at 7 a. ni,, arriving here
Dairy Farm for Sale!
MR. C. CHADSEY, OF SUMAS,
wishing to retire from business on
account of failing health, offers for sale
on reasonable tenns his splendid improved
Dairy Form, consisting of 520 acres of
irairie Land, of which 150 aores are un-
ler fence. Then is a good dwelling
house on the place, also bam, dairy,
sheds, and stables; an excellent well and
a large orchard of choice fruit; and in
short every improvement necessary for a
comfortable home and for carrying on a
largo and profitable business in daily produce. Dairy stock and farming implements will be sold with the farm if de.
sired. For tenns apply to the owner oo
the place, personally or by letter.
Sumas, April 0,1883. aplltc
1011
-OP	
VALUABLE LAND.
T AM INSTRUCTEDBYTHEMORT-
Xgagee to sell, by public auction, at my
office, Columbia street, on WedietdlJ,
Ike ism day of Aigait mil, at Ii
o clock a, in., under power of sale con*
tainod in a mortgage which will be produced at the timo of .ale, the SWlof
Section la, Township 8, District of Now
Westminster. A number of acres are
cleared, and there i. a good dwelling
house and other buildings. For particular;, apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Auctioneer.
Or to    (10RDON E. CORBOULD,
jy 11 td] Solicitor for Mortgagee.
NEW   GOODS?
—AT—
E. ELLIOTT'S
COLUMBIA   STREET.
JUST ARRIVED, A GOOD SELEC-
tion of DRY OOODS, comprising:—
U«». ■Ihu.a., Freaek Flowers, nrseta,
laa-ln' am, tints' hw, Milan, Ties,
and ■au~lt.KMeft, Priu. .., Urn.
«Md>, Crttenea, rUuels, Mlnlais,
MmMms, Takir Un, Bnwa MlNMU,
lallror., nkawla, Hutau, ate., Ch».
ef. T»»m. Mass «M.r MM* AlMM
tilrrerlar, laltrn'. Cartslte, km
WlartMr, FernwMiT, ate.
Also-Ban-wam, ft.li, ■nrnman,
Sa.li Faslcaen, strews. Nails. Ae.
ABont for «ara»r T«^rM*fWMI|.
wTprlKO Irfiiiilim, riirlsandVloniia Exhl-
jltlons. Will wash for family of, in I
liours; no Ironing). mnll
NOTIOB..
VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
}\ I intend to make application to the
Chief CommMonw of Land, and Work.
for permission to purohan ISO acre, of
land nt Port Simpson, dweribed a. fob
lows: NIV ' soation 29, township I,
range fi; 100 acre..
G. PITTENDRIGH.
New Westminster, July 7,1883. [U.2m
Por rates of Freight or Pawage, apply
to
apUte
J. A. R. HOMER, Agent,
NiwWest.
Municipal Notice.
ALL PERSONS ARE HERKBY NO-
tiSed that the provisions of the
Munielpal By-Law. will be strictly enforced.        HENRY V. EDMONBS,
Now We.tmln.ter, July 10,1888,  [to ^ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Auction Bale... •    .  _
top,rt»tNot.ca..,..:|''T»gP
. gff^-SSi D. McGillivray
-jChe fritiah €olumMi«t
•^^^^
An Angry M*8"-
Other matters of more imp-stance prevented ns from no'jcing
sooner the Viotoria SUmdan'js char-
acteristic reply >° 01u' <*jmarks on
independent 'onmal'sr/j. The omis-
sion, however, seems to us of very
little consequence, for the Standard!!
reply is merely a silly exhibition
of unrensomable anger. Our readers must be aware that we havo
always observed the utmost courtesy
in referring to tho Standard. In
our ignorance we supposed that the
person who conducts that journal
was possessed of at least ordinary
discretion and honesty of purpose.
His latest reference to the Columbian seriously weskens our faith in
that opinion. It was pointed out,
among other things, tbat the Columbian never indicated that it felt
itself insulted by being callod a
government organ, and did not
make use of any such expressions as
the Standard implied in making a
declaration of political independence.
Onr cotemporary does not quote a
single sentence from tho Columbian
in justification of his assertions, but
contents himself with repeating
them and indulging in some very
unbecoming language. Ho charges
the Columbian with deceit, trench
ery, piracy, and other things, from
which we infer that there was not
at hand any material from which he
could construct an argument to meet
the case. Suoh epithets do not dis
turb our equanimity in tho least.
They simply show thut the Victoria
Standard cares less for honesty than
we supposed, and that it would be
absolutely unprofitable to pursue
the subject further.
The Railway Lands.
In view of the fact that the
changes made in the terms of settlement were very unimportant,
there seems to us no good reason
why the Dominion government
should not at once place the railway
landB in the market. The price of
these lands was agreed upon, and
' both governments manifested a
strong desire to have them made
available for settlement without any
unnecessary delay. We understand
that one of the chief objections
made by Sir John to the provincial
bill was the stipulation that the
island railway lands should be disposed of at SI per acre. Sir John
stated that, inasmuch as these lands
were to be given to a company us a
bonus for the construction of the
railway, the company should bo left
free to fix what price they pleased.
But if Mr. Dunsmuir is the company, and if Mr. Dunsmuir agrees
to the limitation, surely this objection at once disappears. It was
with Mr. 4)unsmuir's knowledge and
consent tbat the limiting clause was
inserted by the provincial legislature.
If he, as the head and representative of the company, did not object,
there appears to us no ground for
objection on the part of the federal
government. We have no doubt
these matters will be fully explained
to Sir Alexander Campbell during
his present visit, and we hope a
way will he found ont of the difficulty, so that no further delay may
occur in the final adjustment In
particular, wo hope Sir Alexander
will see tho importance of having
the railway lands on the mainland
formally opened to settlement at
once. Under present circumstances
we understand that bona fide settlers
may go upon these lands and make
improvements without fear of disturbance. The rights of actual
settlers will, we have no doubt, bo
recognized when the formal opening
of the lands is brought about; but
it would be much more satisfactory
if these landB were put in the market now, Both at Viotoria, San
Francisco, and on the sound, people
are told that there is no land open
for eettlement on the mainland—
tbat all the lands are locked up in
the railway reserve. Let it once be
publicly announced that thu embargo ia removed, and we believe the
rush of land seekers from all I'irec-
tions will be very large. Proper
safeguards should be placed around
then lands, however, so that they
may not Call into the hands of s|iecu-
latore. It ia of great importance,
aiao, that the Dominion government
should aid In tbe opening up of
. roads in tho new districts. Some of
tho very beat lands are quite inaccessible without roads, and who is
to build these roads unless it be the
government who own the lands!
We nope Sir Alexander will not
leave this province before it is an-
nounoed tliat these lands are open,
and wt bo**t «1n that *n efficient
ageut will be appointed in tbie'' -
whose duty it will le to*" •"'?
immigrants receive mr /e° "'"■'
information concernir ' necessary
Then let the hr* -g'"«» l»nd«.
vertised.and »* ,1s bo properly -ul-
doubted.
»lie result cannot be
0 aTS for SALE.
A CHOICE LOT OF OATS JUST
threshed from thia year's crop.
For further information, apply to
D. MCGILLIVRAY,
au-iml Sumas.
JOHN CARROW, M. D.
Otlice and residence, Church St. (noxt
door to Farmers' Home), near
Columbia street,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Office Hours—8 to 10 a. m.j 1 to 3 and
0:30 to 8 p. tu,    Calls in town and
country promptly attended to.
au4-tc.
PRELIMINARY   NOTICE.
PORT
HAMMOND
JUNCTION
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT,
FRASER RIVER.
THIS TOWNSITE
 Will lie sold at	
PUBLIC   AUCTION
 ON	
Thursday, Aug. 30tli, 1883.
At 12 o'clock noon, at salesroom of
J. P. DAVIE'S & CO.,
AUCTIONEERS, VICTORIA.
taTMapB aud particulars in a few days.
au4-td.
ARCH. MACLEOD, B.A.M.D.C.M.
Lute of the New York Polyclinic.
Graduate of McQllI University, Montreal.
PHYSICIAN &SURQE0.
OFFICE-Colonial Hotol, New Wont., B.C.
ntil-tc.
TO LET.
THOSE TWO STORES AND RESI-
dence on Front street occupied by
Mrs. Eckstein. This is ono of the host
business stands In the city, right at the
steamer lauding. Possession given September lst.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
August lst, 1883. .[lm.
FOR SALE.
THE EASTERN HALF OF LOT NO.
307, group II, in tho District of New
Westminster, is offered for Bale. The
lot contains 108* acres, slightly timbered;
the land is of excellent quality, and conveniently situated to the Yale and New
Westminster road.   For terms apply to
JOHN RICHARDS,
aul-lm] Wellington, B. C.
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I 1N-
tend to make application to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase 640 acres of land
in the Land Recording District of
Osoyoos, and described us follows:
Northeast and northwest quarter of section 6, and eastern half of section 7,
township CO. J. C. HAYNES.
Osoyoo, ICtli July, 1883. [aul-2m
MUNIGIPAJLNOTICE.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
up to noon on Monday, tho 13th
August next for the erection of an Agricultural Hall and Immigrant Shod in
accoidance with tho plans and spucifica-
tlons to he seen at the Council chamliers.
The lowest oj any tender not necessarily
accepted.   By order. J. ORR,
Clerk Mnnicipnl Council.
Now Westminster, July 31st, 1883,
aul-td
J. A, R,
-IMPORTER,-
SHIPPIN& & COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
FRONT ST., - NEW WESTMINSTER,
Offcis for sale
FLOUR!
HARLKY,
OI10UNI) BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLWUS,
mjmm
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN SACKS,
HAMS,  BACON,   LARD,  BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agent for Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
Ml'to,
The pulilii- aro resitoelfully InformoU
Unit Iho Unsold City Property and
True Is of Land that won.- nut put up tit
atfotionon tliel)l8tuli.|0winglotlieleni{lli
Of tlio Catalogue, can be honglit by Private Bale, together with a number of
other lots that have iind arc stHl.eomlng
In daily, sumo purtlcuUirs of which tiro
given below. Parties wishing totlls'posb
of their property by placing the snmo In
the hands af lhe undersigned, will lmvo
the Wino fully advertined.
Owing to the success thnt attended our
liitoHnit', wc purpose holding n similar
siiii- mon I lily (liu1 noxt Snlo to be sortie-
timo In lirst week In September), full par.
lIculaiH of which will lit* given lu ilno
time.
Romomborotll' Terms nre No charge
unle-m a.aU In i> fleeted) uml then Ilie
usual fee only Ih charged,
NKW WESTMIN8TER;-S W V, Hee. hit
'Hi, 11> '2, on seoit road, 2'/, mllosrrom New
Wewtmlnster; *4 mile frontage <>u mud;
1IH) acres, aipmlrle anil 100 alder bottom,
whieh Ik 1-anlly cleared. Uroup '-•, lot 427,
UO aeres of good land; will he mild on unity
terms. The lease and building known us
W.J French's hutchcrshop, Columbian!;
shop UOxil feel, wllh 2-story addition In
leari'iintiiililngli rooms; good wuti-r; lease
renewable. Two hundred ncres of land
on thoScotl rond, opposite New Westminster, 1*/, miles from Fraser rivor. Illnelc
li, lot it, 111 acros; lot», tj auivs; stream running through omporty. Hloek 85, lot. 7,
■,'xil chains. Hloek 21, lots '2 and it; three
tenements on Ihis lot, let for S3, $7, and 810
ivsiiectfvely. liloek 20. lot ll; house nml
lot. on Alberl Teniice. Uloek 20, lot 24.
Hloek i,, lot 07; ubrmtlVf aeres, with now
hiird-IIulslieil dwelling house '{2x44 feet, ;t
bed-rooms, sitting-room, dining-room,
kllehcn, hall and pantry; veranda on two
sides: good oiehurd of 100 trees; good well
of water; stone foundation tn limise; cellar
14z.'t0 feet, ',*■(, feet high; burn and stables
aoxaofeut. Blink Vl.suhurtiuu, !S "-.' of lot
44. facing on Clinton street; I l-o acres)
lumber house routed at SO per month.
Subdivisions I In 22, lot I, block X, suburban, Melbourne and 010111011!. street--.
Four town lots WixUB feet lu lot 17, block
HU, fronting 011 Auckland street nml
Queen's Avenue, Hloek V, *A of lot "*4, ';'.
aero, with 7-roomcd lumber douse. Subdivisions 1 to 21 of lotil, blook IV,suburban. 1 aero each; these '2\ lots are good land
with agreeable rise tot ho norl Invest: nearly nil dear, uud 11 iieveMnfllng sprlngof
water running through tho snmo.
MISCELLANKOUH.-I4ot 4U7, group 1,
containing HS acres, slluute at the junction
of Pitt and Fraser rivors, ll milosfroni New
Westminster; pnrtlycloarod; splendid water privileges: elnso to lino 01C. P. It BO
neres. X V, of NM !.,', sec ll, to 11, wllh limit
running through to Mud Hay; six in lies
from Now Westminstor: timer bottom,
With tlr to south.' Lots 201 and 202, i-Tunp
2, and SW^soc'l, tl) 17, 4T-Q ttores.HOOot
whieh is oiicn prairie. I'-O acres of high
laud, inaplt* anil alder; 15 acres cleared
and feneed; g.nid dwelling house of seven
rooms; barn and sheds HOxlMi feet, holding
100 tons of hay, and stabling :o head of
slnel-;.' I diiiry 20x12 feet, laih and phis-
■oieil, double walls,is nparl;200 fruit-hear-
lug trees from 10 to 15 years old; !j0 aeres
prairie fenced, and 1% miles of ditch cut;
Is one of the hest stock and dairy farms 011
Fraser river; will be sold ou easy tonus.
Lot -Hi, range 1 \V, I.i acres on Lulu Island,
Fraser river. Lot HI, range 4 \V. 4Uacres
on Lulu Island, Frasor river. Lot IS),
range 4, 15(1 acres on North Ann of Fraser
river; 140 acres open prairie, and 10 acres
aeres timber; an orchard of lOOfruit-boai-
lug trees! one barn JlOxlHIJ feel, and ouo
dwelling house 18x1(0 feet. Halo's Haiicli,
Nieouiuu Slough, llil) acres, .-ill under cultivation and lu timothy; 150 frult-heiirlng
trees, shod :W0xl4 feet. Mighty acres,
si[ii ut tor's right; it-roomed lumber house;
good dairy; 15 acres under cultivation; GO
houriiiLMroi's: principally .iipido; mowing
lnachliie, hay rake, span of horses, two
plows, harrows, set blacksmith tools and
shop, section », tp 11, :W0 acres of splendid clay loiiiu land: light timber, principally eopswood; telegraph road running
through. Section fl, tp 14, same as above
and adjoining.    Tills Is ll rare eliaiicc for
iuirlics wauling a good farm on high laud,
>rmsof payment very easy, to suit pur-
chasers. NF, )\ of seeo, tp 4, 100acres;un
improved farm, with certificate of improvements. SF \i of soo 20, tp 8,100 acres
of good land, prlnelpallyahlorand niniilo,
n miles from Now Westminster; Yale
wagon road runs through this properly.
Hloek 5 X. It ft W, 011 Fraser river; 102'.,
acres, east half of lot 111. Hlock 5, It 5 W,
part of lot 111, 4'l acres, 20 acres prairie ami
21 i acres willow and crab apple; 4-rooniod
tongue and grooved lumber house; the
whole has been dyked; Is » miles from
Xew We-stuilusler. The Mill site at Harrison river witli buildings, :t.'*-foot overshot water wheel, orchard, M0 acres laud
with cortltloateof iiniiroveiueiits; also NX)
acres of leased Illubor laud. Hurion
Prairie, back of St. Mary's Mission. 1448
acros of as good land as there Is in the
Proviuce. all 111 one liloek; very near tlio
Hue of the C P H; has onosmnll liousc
thereon. This Is a rare chanco for one or
more parties desirous of gelling 11 large
farm, for dairy purposes especially. Eden
Hank llaucb, Maple Hhlge, situated on
Fniser river, containing ISO aeres of bush
land, 100 of which are cleared, SO under
erop und 60 in pasture; largo orchard of
from 400 to 500 fruit-boa ring trees, apple,
plum and cherry; '2 good framed burns ;Wx
40 feet and 00x50 feot; two dwelling houses
one P., story with ft rooms, undone 1 story
with !lrooms and kitchen, woodshed, pig-
gory and apple house. This property is
splendidly situated, haying slore. post and
express olteos on thi! promises; I'nuudluu
Pacltie Hallwiiy will run In front of liouscs;
Is within 1'., miles of railway station;
church and schools close by; iho stock,
consisting of 10 milch cows. II horses 100
sheep uud lambs, fanning Implements,
etc., to bo sold with Iho ranch. Lol isi,
Township ll: it.mut 47 ncres of laud.
Mountain View Hunch, Langley, consisting of .'175 aores of laud 100 of whieh are
under erop und .thoroughly fenced: commodious mid coin fort able dwelling hniiso,
and upwards of -wooworth of improvements. This Is a mro chance for any ono
wishing a homestead, us the land Is of
very superior ipinlity, nnd next to the tar*
famed Hudson Hay Company's ranch.
Township II: 100 acres, being the first full
(piarler seel iondlrootly oust of Hay Hniich,
lot 20; will have access to river by lot 20,
and by descent Creek draw bridge to
Ladner's steamboat landing, sixty-live
acres, boing n part of lot No, 103, directly
adjoining nbovo lot on soulheasteoraor,
and hounded by tho creek on the east.
Two acres, being a fraction 011 south end
of above lot 10:1, and bounded on the south
and east by the creek. These two pieces,
sold together, are easily cleared, having a
little willow hardback: principally blur
Joint grass; soil exceedingly rich; easilv
dyked and drained. Illoclt 1, lol 00, Hastings; wider privilege. I,ol K7, Htirrnrd
Inlet Hoad; MO acres; partially fenced;
runs through to Hurnaby Lake. This Is
really good land, ami easily cleared.
In connection with the Agricultural Fair
to ho hold in this city, the undersigned
proposes holding
AN AUCTION SALE
On tho evening of the first day of Fair
of HomcHtcndK, Wild i-aiul, Ktc,  On
tho second day of Fair an auction sale
will ho hold of Stock aad Farm Produce. This will give an opportunity to
Farmers of disposing of tlieir breeding
nnd other stock, and also to purchasers
11 chance of getting what thoy may
require in tlmt line, without having to
search to country for tlio same. This
early opportunity is taken witli a view
to giving parties desirous of disposing of
their Farms or property, ample time
to make the ttame public, so that
likely purchasers may have an opportunity of visiting and seeing for themselves,
which they could not do at a short no*
ticc. This will bo an opportunity
that lias never occurred before, and
every Farmer should muko a point of
visiting New Westminster on thut occasion. AH that Ik required of those
who wish to dispose of their property is
that tliey communicate full piirtklllllfH
to the undersigned tut soon as possible,
giving tho IovckI caih price they will
take tor tho same. If suvh price is not
realized there will he uo charge mudc.
In this wny a farm 01- a tract of land nt
Cariboo or Kamloops or Nicola Valley
can bo disposed of without the owner boing put to tho least expense or inconvenience thereby. Full particulars of Bale
in duo time.
T.J. TRAPP,
■Ite Auctioneer,
KURTZ & CO.,
Pioneer White Labor
CIGAR
New Goods
New Goods
-AND--
(IiillTTI
MANUFACTURERS,
Victoria, B. €.
-Have Completed-
11onr innmnim
To   tlieir   Factory.
LTinrrfraornuiTO
Employ upwards of
SIXTY  OPERATIVES,
Have in stock
Made from the best Veulta Havana
TOBACCO.
See that our TRADE MARK is on each
Box Uncut.
Will havo ready lst October a superior
ALL TOBACCO
OI6ARETTE,
Manufrctured from selected Havana
Tobacco.
Orders
Will be booked for Cigarettes from lst
September and filled in their turn
AU Our troods Are WaSAAHTED First - Class.
We make no Common Cigars.
WM.M'COLL
Is constantly receiving now goods
consisting in part of
ZXEBTZ"   Q-OOIDS,
Clothing.
HOSIEKY, ETC.
A fino selection of
Groceries and Provisions
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stono building, Columbia
street. myi6tc.
TRAPP
BROS.
Importers of
GENERAL
WK HAVE
Front street,
Xew  Westminster, B, C.
 Dealer in	
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
- CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING
jGRAIN,
FEED,
SEEDS,
POTATOES,
LIME, ETC.
Special attention to Farmers' Supplies, Producoof all kinks purchased
at highest market prices. Orders by
mail will receive prompt attention,
chas. Mcdonough.
myi6-tc.
SELLINC
■OFF-
SELLINC
-OFF-
iUffluMCrt
-FOlt THE -
-AT A~
Great Reduction
 FOR	
CASH ONLY
The remainder of their largo and
WELL ASSORTED STOCK
Of Spring and Summer
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING AND
MILLINERY
To Make room for a largir
Now on tho way for tho Fall and
WinterTrade.
Call And Examine.
jyll-to.
Man Wanted.
ONE WHO CAN TAKE CHARGE
of and run a Huntington Shioglo
Shingle Machine. Steady employment
ani good wages to a first-class man. No
other need apply.
R, STEVENSON,
iyTto] ChllUwhack.
WOURTfl
New Goods
 FROM- -
LONDON  DIRECT.
Beautiful Designs,
LOVELY SHADES,
FINE MATERIAL,
EXCELLENT WEAR,
LOW PRICES.
Harvesting Machinery.
Buckeye and Warrior Mowers, Steel Plows, Gilpin and
Ithica Horse Bakes, the Johnstone Combined Beaper and
Mower, the Johnstone Heap-
er, the EcCormick Harvester
and Binder (the best in the
market), Harpoon Hay Forks.
TRAPP
BROS.,
AUCTIONEERS.
Je37-te.
IMPORTANT TO SHIPPERS.
New Thboooh Route Between Pout-
land and New Westminster,
THE OREGON RAILWAY AND
Navigation Co. will dispatch the
stoamer filpsy from New Tacoma with
flour and merchandise for New West-
mister direct on July 12th, 1883, and
thereafter at regular intervals.
Through rates from Portland, flour
and feed, 1J0 per ton of 2,000 lbs.} merchandise, 98 per ton of 2,000 lbs.
JNO. MUIR, Supt. of Traffic.
A. L, STOKES, Asst. Supt. Traffic.
jy4-tc] O. E. CLANCY, Agent.
CLOCKS
C.  M.  McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LAHGI-
est assortment of Clocks ever held
on tho Mainland of British Cohnnhia.
NtCke) Clocks at S2.25 (warranted).
Beth  Thomas'  Xlckel Alarm, at
83.25.
All kinds of Mantel  and  Ollice
Clocks,
Waltham Watches, coin silver cases,
from 815 upwards.
A line assortment of Stirling Silver
Jewelry, of the latest designs.
Silver Plate Ware and Optical
floods.
Columbia Street,
au2 New Westminster, B.C.
IMEMEIN,
Ol'POSlTE PIONEER WHARF,
FRONT STREET,
NEW     WESTMINSTER
IMPORTER ANI, DEALER IK
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats and Milliner)-,
Fancy Goods, Jewelry,
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
.   Clears and Tobaccos,
Fruits and Confectionery.
Stock large and well selected. All
Goods first-class, and will he sold ot
very low micoB for cash.
mhU M. ECKSTEIN.
1862.
1883.
HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
JAUES
eto CO.,
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS.
GENERAL
WE HAVE NOW THE
most extensive stock
to be found in the Province,
consisting of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries and Provisions,
Patent Medicines, Hardware,
Agricultural Implements,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp
Stock, Paints, Oils, Ship
Chandlery and Stores, Stoves
and Tinware, Plumbers'
Goods, Plnster,Cenient, Lime,
&a, &c.
Orders for the above solicited. Prices cut low. Terms
Cash.
April 0th, 1888.
»p7 liu _\ritish fohtmbfrm.
Hnmnluy Morning, AkkumI 4. 11*83.
Par itr. Youmiie from Victorin, August 3.—
Mr* ProtliBu, Mrs finnton, Hra Slnclnir, Mrs
Letter, lfra Alpurt, lira Harper, Mra Pp-mco,
Mr and Mra lUmllton, Mr itml Mra Jantvn, Ml»s
l'urlrldKo, Mfaa Antlrawa, Misa Sinclair* Miiw Al.
port, Itlaa Grt.yell, Mary Cliarleaou, Mcura V
O-Null, J Connolly, Wat-ton, Arnold, Ilmiie,
A J Alport, J W Sliuw, J K Davfea, Wm Nelaiii,
Ht-Kemtlo, Jno Field, K Moliun, II Woo-In, Jim
Smith, V Gucn-t, 'Slnrliilr, Cattiiirly, JHCiml,
WII Bone, 0 It Darker, J D Iweoiiey, It Miiaon.
Per str. Irving, from Yalo, AtigiiNt 3.—Mrs
GnniUu, MraCliailaey, Mra Jnniiexon, Mra Wutle,
Mia* BUklack, Mlaa Wliltu, Hlna Towle, MIm
Campbell, Mils Morrison, Meiiri Oaton, Dock-
sttiader. T H B Smith, Krwin, McLenmin, Brandon, Sharp, nnd W others.
Per itr Itithst, from Victoria, Aug 1.—Bules,
Vlpond, Bagnnll, Duncan, Morris, LoPlnnte,
Edwards, Jonos, Knight.
Per str ltlthot, from Tale, Aug a.—TiflVy,
Brady, BuntUy, Iteid, Qoltlstone.
BUILNS.-At tho ltoyal Columbian Hospital, on
the lit Inst,, John Burns, n native of tko
V. 8., Hgeit JlOyturH.
HUSH.-In thia city, on tho 2ml lust., V.O..
Kuili, daughter of a. W. Rush, late of Wl-
arton, Out., aged 1 year und fl mos.
The itr. Yosemite yesterday brought
nn eastern mail.
Smoke, smoke everywhere, and tio
sign* of rain yet.
The itr. Irving brought down 124
head of eattle yesterday for Mr.
Greaves,
The fish were running freely on
Monday and Tuesday, but were
tlaeker yesterday.
It is said that either Lord Dufferin
or Mr. Goschen will succeed Lord Ri-
pon as Viceroy of India.
Another case will oome up this morning before Oapt. Pittendrigh, J. P.,
for fishing during prohibited hours.
The Oregonian says the salmon pack
in Columbia rivor this season will be
much larger than that of any former
year.
Constable Wiggins has been granted
a week's furlough, and Mr. Knight
will take the polico work in the mean
time.
The eity flags were put up yesterday
afternoon in honor of two events—the
arrival of Mrs. Capt. John Irving and
the atr. Yosemite.
There waa no Blue Ribbon meeting
ou Wednesday night, as it was found
impossible to arrange a sufficiently
interesting programme.
The str. Yosemite is advertised to
leave Victoria at 4 o'clock this afternoon on an excursion to this city. She
will return on Monday morning.
A large tank has been constructed
at the public sohool grounds, and
pipes are being laid through which to
supply the gaol with fresh water.
It is now atated that, if men enough
can be found, the Canadian Pacific
Railway will bo completed in 1885.
We hope the men will bo forthcoming.
The provincial government will sell
12,709 aores of public land on Vancouver Island by auction on the 15th
inst. The sale will take placo at Victoria.
Attention is directed to Mr. Trapp's
new advertisement of real estate which
ippears in this issue. It is proposed
to have the next sale on the first week
in September.
We learn that the Richmond cannery has put up over 8,000 cases of
lalmon this season. This, we believe,
a the largest quantity put up by any
if the canneries.
The bark Campbell, Capt. Taylor,
.rrived at Port Moody yestorday after-
loon with 1050 tons steel rails. She
somes from Cardiff, which port she
oft on the 26th February.
A railroad projected into the interior
if British Honduras is expected to do
;reat things in developing the marvel-
•us wealth of that country in maho-
;any, cedar, ebony, India rubber, etc.
In Great Britain the loss to the
lovernment by "-torn silver money
rithdrawn from circulation because of
lefioieney of weight caused by wear
nd tear, amounted last year to 8140,*
00.
A young lady residing at SauduBky,
Ihio, is said to havo the biggest feot
i the world. They measure 18 ins.
i length and 21 ins. round the instep,
'hey belong to Fanny Mills, and aro
till growing.
Mr. S. H. Webb, the gunsmith, has
itely added considerably to his varied
lock of guns and other firearms. His
lop is very tastefully arranged, and
intains a very large assortment of
teful articles.
We are informed that, when the
earn ferry is established, a stage
ill be put on from this city to Mud
ay, and the stage line will be extend*
1 through to Semiahmoo as soon as
io road is opened,
Mr. D. Dockateader has been com-
issioned by the provincial govern-
out to superintend the road work in
lapis Ridge municipality for which an
ipt-opriation of 81000 was mado.
rork began last Monday.
Mr. J. E. Insley has just placed in
« parlor of the Colonial Hotol a fine
uare piano from the celebrated manu-
otory of Henry F. Miller, Boston,
ie piano was imported by T. R.
jarson & Co., of this city.
Mr. Ferris informs us that he has
i his North Arm farm a single grain
barley whioh produced 23 stalks,
eh stalk bearing an average of 65
sins of new barley. This would give
return of 1405 grains from one.
Tliu customs receipts at Victoria last
>nth were 800,280, being an increaso
98,352 over the corresponding period
it year. During the year ending 30th
me last the customs collections in
itish Columbia amounted to nearly
00,000.
Dr. Garrow has built an office on
iurch it., and announces himself pre-
red for professional calls. Tho sural instruments and outfit for whioh
has been waiting nearly a month
ived on Tuesday evening, 3 weeks
m Whatcom!
Ust Wednesday a deputation, head-
by Mr. T. B. Humphreys, waited
jn Sir Alexander Campbell to pro*
t against the Kootenay bill. After
that has transpired we should think
'. Humphreys might find some bet-
employment.
I(r. Wilson, telegrauh superintend*
, informs us that tne lines are in a
eking mess, Both on the mainland
I on the island there are miles of
es down where the fires are bam*
, and covered with trees. In the
sent state of the fires it would be
lets to put the wires up. They havo
n left on the ground, therefore, and
isages can be sent through while
weather continues dry.
Mr. Perkins having failed to apulo-
gizo and retract the statements contained in his tetter published some
time ago in the Columbian, proceedings have been takon against him by
Messrs. Sharpe and Paine for libel.
Damages are laid at 35,000 in each
case.
Mr. C. Carpenter, owner of the
Nanaimo and Wellington saw mills,
has failed nnd skipped out to the Bound,
His liabilities are stated to bo nearly
840,000, and the assets not yet known.
He owned the lino bark Nanaimo which
took a cargo of lumber from Moody'
villo lost woek.
Hon. Mr. Trutch and Messrs. Collingwood Sohrieber, Fletcher, Jones,
Haney and others came over from
Port Moody on Thursday afternoon
and remained over night at the Colonial Hotol. Yestorday morning they
loft by the str. Myra to inspect the
road and works up river.
The ohaingaug continue work ou
Market Square. Most of tho stumps
have already boen removed, and part
of the square is leveled off. A culvert
is being put in tho ravine, which is to
be filled up, and McKenzie street will
be opened and graded to Agnes streot.
When completed this square will wonderfully improve that part of the oity,
Mr. Collingwood Schriebor, chief
onginoer of the Canadian Paoifio Railway accompanied by Hon. Mr. Trutch,
Mr. Pottinger, and Mr. L. H. Jonos,
left Viotoria on Wednesday for Port
Moody. They propose to go over the
whole line from that point and make a
thorough inspection of the road. Mr.
Marcus Smith left this city on Thursday morning to meet tho party at Port
Moody.
Somas.—A correspondent at Sumas
says "Harvesting is in full blast, and
thrashing has commenced. Mr. J.
Reece had a fine crop of fall wheat
thrashed this week."
Cigars.—Tho attention of our readers is directed to tho advertisement of
John Kurtz & Co, 'a cigars in another
column. The reputation of these fine
cigars extends over tho whole province.
Methodist Church.—Rev. E; Robson, paBtor, will preach to-morrow at
11 a. in. and 7 p. m. Sunday School
nnd Bible Class at 2:30 p. m. Seats
free; strangers cordially invited.
The Str. Yosemite.
Tho str. Yosemite, whieh arrived at
this port yesterday afternoon, is a very
important addition to the C, I'. N. Co.'s
steam fleet. She is 283 feet long, SO feet
beam (over all), unil 12. feet hold. This
great breadth of Imam is obtained by
vory wide guards. Tiio hull is very
straight, and the model good for a fast
runner. The main deck affords very
large accommodation for freight. The
boilers are below the main deck, and
the engine has a fi5-iuoh cylinder and
11 feet stroke. Tlie paddle wheels are
very large, being 32 feet in diameter,
with buckets 10 feet. The dining room
is abaft tho engine room, and has accommodation for 200 persons. The ladies-
cabin runs back to the stern. It is handsomely finished, pannellcd in polished
wood of light shade, with mouldings of
darker material, Tho grand saloon is
200 feet long, partly separated by tho
engine room in the centre. This room
is plain and painted China white, and
into it open the staterooms on each side.
The main stairway is directly opposite
the ladies' cabin, and at the landing is
placed a large mirror in a walnut frame.
The roof of the hurricane deck is higher
than the ceiling of the staterooms on
each Bide, and tho space Is filled with
lights of ground glass. The officers
quarters are on the upper deck. There
are several fine promenades, and there
seems to be everything necessary to the
comfort and convenience of passengers.
We hope this fine steamer will realize
the highest expectations ef her enterprising owners, and that there will be
traffic enough for her to make daily
trips between this eity and Victoria.
HEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF TNE WORLD.
24.—The   reported
July
or Cetewayo is confirmed.
The Rainfall—Capt. Peolo, of
the meteorological observatory in this
city, reports the rainfall for June 2.01
ins., being 0.31 below the mean for
the past 8 years. For July tho rainfall was 0.20 ins., 1.58 less than tho
July mean for 8 years.
 «.	
The Fish Catoh.—It is behoved
that tho entire pack of fish at the
Fraser river canneries this season will
not muoh exceod 40,000 cases. Lost
year the pack was about *190,000.
This result is very discouraging to
packers, but it is hoped the run noxt
season will be such as to make up the
deficiency to some extent at least.
Arrival op the Yosemite.—The
fine str. Yosomite arrived yesterday
afternoon at 4:25, under command of
Capt. Jno, Irving. There were a
large number of citizens at the wharf
to soo her, and every person was delighted with the steamer. She left
Victoria at 0 o'clock yostorday morning, and made the run to tho lightship
in 3 hours and 20 minutes.
Casamicciola,—In reply to Z we
have to say that Casamicciola, where
the disastrous earthquake occurred
last Saturday night, is situated on the
Isle of Ischia, in tho south of Italy.
On the 4th of March, 1881, it was
visited by an earthquake whieh destroyed 289 houses, killed 114 people,
and caused the loss of about $180,000
worth of property. On the 15th of
the samo month another shock
occurred whieh did considerable damage.
The Alice.—Mr. Sexsmiths new
steamer Alice left this city on her first
round trip last Wednesday afternoon,
and returned on Thursday. On the
down trip to the North Arm settle
ment something went wrong with the
machinery, but she managed'to make
the round trip nevertheless. Mr.
Sexsmith proposes to make trips between this oity and the North Arm
evory day if traffic will justify, This
will be a very great convenience both
to the city and settlement.
 »
Port Hammond.—In another column
will be found an advertisement announcing the sale of Port Hammond
townsite by auction. We have already
referred to the favorable situation of
this new town and the possibilities of
its future influence upon tho local
trade of this district and Victoria.
Persons who look at tho map may get
a very distinct impression of these
possibilities, and if they have faith iu
Port Hammond the opportunity for
investment is near at hnnd.
The Real Estate Sale. — Mr.
Trapp's real estate sale last Tuesday
night was very successful, and a considerable quantity of property was disposed of. The attendance at the
beginning of the sale was largo. It
was found impossible, however, to get
through moro than about half the list.
We believe it is intended to havo these
sales about once a month, and the
balance of the catalogue will probably
como up at the next sale. In some
oases the prices realized were exceedingly good,
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Harness Making. — Until lately
most of the harness nnd saddlery used
on the mainland has been brought
from Victoria nnd elsewhere. Mr.
W. R. Hoar opened a saddle and harness establishment a few months ago
opposite the Hyack Hall, and we are
?;Iad to find that the business has bo
ar increased that he has found it
necessary to secure larger promises.
He has taken tho new shop next the
Bank of B. C, which is both large
and commodious. We hope tho peoplo
of this oity and vicinity will support
local industry.
■***.
SmppiNd Items.—Sirs. Enterprise,
Irving and Evangel left for Victoria,
Yale and Seattle on Wednesday morn*
ing. Str, Dunsmuir arrived from
Nnnaimo at noon on Wednesday with
coal for the C. P. N. Co. The str.
Rithet arrived from Victoria at 8:30
on Wednesday night and proceeded to
Yale. Str. Dunsmuir loft for Nanaimo on Thursday evening with a load
of lumber. The str. Slope passed up
Thursday with ties from Saltspring
Island to Port Hammond, She returned yesterday morning and proceeded to Saltspring. The str. Yosemite arrived from Victoria yesterday
afternoon at 4:25, and the sirs. Rithet
and Irving from Yale at 6:30, Str,
Rithet left for Victoria at 0.
From Hastings,
This most delightful and picturesque
little place ia at present graced by the
beauty and fashion of New Westminster and other places. All seem to enjoy the various amusements of boating, driving, fishing and bathing,
enlivened by music and dancing in the
evening. On Friday the ladies intend
to entertain at afternoon tea the ladies
and captains of Granville and Moodyville at the Hastings Hotel, Mr. Parent with his usual liberality having
placed his hotel at their disposal.—A
Visitor. .
From Port Moody.
(Correspondence of tho Columbian.)
Tho ship King Ceolric has boen ordered to San Francisco for charter.
Sho will tako on about 500 tons ballast, which will occupy several days.
Tlie bush fires nre not now so troublesome. A good shower would effectually Btop them. The contract for a
now rood up the inlet from the end of
the north road has, I understand, beon
let. Some men are at work on the
north road, taking out boulders and
making other improvements.
From Clinton.
(Correspondence of the Columbian.)
The melancholy news has reached
ub of the accidental drowning of
Eugene English of Chilcotin. He
was an energetic young man and highly
respected for his gentlemanlike demeanor. It is believed ho attempted
to swim the Chilcotin ou horseback
and was carried by the current into
the Fraser, His horse with saddlo
has been seen floating down the river.
Hia body has not been found yet. He
was a native of Polk county, Oregon.
—The forest fires continue to rage,
leaving the country under a canopy of
smoke. Game is very plentiful, in
consequence of the mountain fires,
seeking shelter in the lower valleys.
Hay haa been harvestod in an excellent condition, but only an average
yield compared to last year's.
From Clover Valley.
(Correspondence of tbe Columbian.)
We have commenced harvest operations. The crops are not quite so
good as it was expected they would be
a few weeks ago, and smut has made
its appearance in several fields; still,
nothing serious.  The potato crop will,
in all
be under the aver
age; still we need not complain, for
the season is splendid for clearing up
land and a great many of our settlers
are taking advantage of the long, dry
weather to get their fallows burned off.
Thero haa been a heavy firo raging in
tho prairie, south of the Nicomekl
rivor, for some days; also on Hall's
Prairie road; in fact tbe bridge was in
some danger for a little while. We
have had quite a number of land hunt
ers here lately, some of whom havo
located. There is plenty of choice
land yet, notwithstanding that there
have been parties who have raised an
evil report of this land of promise. I
might stato that there is a splendid
opening hero for a stave and shingle
factory. Thero is plenty of power,
and almost an unlimited supply of
magnificent cedar and spruce, and the
facilities for shipping nre unsurpassed.
We aro greatly in need of tho post-
office. When wo get that we must
havo a newspaper, and wo shall soon be
ablo to support one.
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The Northern Pacific.
GCTIHQ READY FOR W0RK-TICKET8 BEING
Chicago, July 24.—The Northern
Paoifio Road is gradually receiving all
its rolling stock necessary for tho opening and the, proper operation of its
lines, A few days ago tnro Great Mogul engines from the Baltimore Locomotive Works passed through here,
and are now at Brainard. Heretofore,
the Company has shipped its engines
needed on tho Western Division to
San Francisco and Portland, going by
way of the Union Paoifio Road. It is
understood that the latter Company
charged the Northern Pacific Road
910,000 for the shipment of each engine. This charge was so large that
the Company decided to keep nil the
new rolling stock at Brainard until it
oould be sent over the completed line.
The Northern Pacific has addressed a
circular to connecting lines, directing
them to prepare and place on sale, in
anticipation of the opening of the road
September 1st. coupon tickets, reading
from St. Paul) Minn., andDuluthto
all points on the Northern Paoifio,
Oregon Railway and Navigation Company's lines, the Oregon and California
and the Olympia and Chehallis Valley
Railroads. The Northern Paoifio yesterday commenced shipping Montana
cattle from Miles City to Chicago.
Tho first shipment consisted of fifty-
six carloads from Miles City.
LONDON!
victoiy ovor
However, he was not wounded, -and
mode his escape from tho enemy.   An
immense  number   of  his men woro
killed.
Baltimore, July 24.—A terrible
calamity occurred at North Point,
Tivoli, to an excursion party on tho
Patapsco, ten miles from this city,
about 10 o'clock last night, by which
many lives wero lost. The number is
estimated between 60 and 70. The
accident was occasioned by the giving
way of tho outer portion of the pier,
on which several hundred persons had
congregated, waiting for the boat to
return to tliis city. The barge during
the day had taken on board live hundred persons, and on hor last trip
about seven hundred. A large number of thoso who went down during
the day had remained, intending to
return tho lost trip. When the barge
approached all theso made a rush for
tho end,of thu wharf. As the barge
came alongside and struck tho wliun,
it (the wharf) suddonly and without
warning gavo way and a large portion
fell into the water, whioh was about
ten feet deep. Many were able to
save themselves by fleeing toward the
shore as the outer end of the pier
crumbled and. fell. Darkness added
to the confusion, and little could be
done at once to rescue the drowning,
most of whom were women und
children.
New York, July 25.—The rapidity
of the construction of tho main line of
the Canadian Paoifio Railroad in tho
first week of July is without parallel
in this, or any other country. On
Saturday, July 7th, rails were laid
upon six miles of the road, and in one
week not less than 25 08-100 miles,
exclusive of sidings, woro completed,
an average of about four and one-third
miles per day, tho highest ever* obtained. Tho track is now completed
for a distance of 728 miles west of
Winnipeg, of which 101 miles have
beeu constructed this season,
Chicago, July 28.—The Montreal
correspondent of the Times telegraphs
that great excitement exists among tlio
Irish on learning that informer James
Carey is in the city. Ho crossed by
the steamship Montreal, arriving in
Quebec last Monday. Tho captain of
the steamship is certain of his identity. Carey came here this morning
und took a walk about the city with a
slouch hat drawn over his face. He
has cut off his flowing beard and
moustache. He travels undor tho
name of Pat O'Neil and keeps almost
entirely to himself.
Ninneapolis, July 29.—Last night
at 10:10 tiro was discovered on the top
floor of the Syndicate block, Tho
fire gained rapid headway, notwithstanding the quick response by tho
department, and illuminated the streets
for many squares. Thousands of
people gathered to witness the efforts
of the firemen to sa/va the magnificent
budding, which covers half a square
and is Baid to be tho finest blook in
the northwest. For a time the fire
defied all efforts of the firemen, who
worked heroically. It was feared that
tho entire blook would be swept away,
but at 4 o'clock tho wind shifted and
the firemen quickly took advantage of
-the change and got tho flames under-
control. The total loss will reach
9350,080. Work of rebuilding will
begin at once. The safes of the two
firms woro raised and opened, this
evening and the books and money
found intact.
Astoria, July 30.—About 6 o'clock
on Saturday evening a low, soggy
looking iron vessel, with cannon looking from her port holes, with a half*
score of scarlet jacketed officers on tho
quarter deck and the cross of St.
George flying from the mizzen, steamed
past the Astoria city front. The wholo
town kept pace with her slow advance,
and when at last they learned that
the stranger waa Her Majesty's ship
Heroine—a sure enough gunboat or
the "Queen's navee"—curiosity gave
place to enthusiasm, and the loyal
Britons on the shore, aided by the
compliant crowd, who always "holler"
when the band plays, raised a tremendous shout which was acknowledged
by a lifting of caps on the quarter
deck and the dipping of St. George's
cross. It was learned later tliat the
Heroine, nine months out from England, by way of various stations,
bound for Victoria, found herself
short of coal off the Oregon coast and
made her. way into the Columbia river
for relief. But ono other man-of-war,
we believe, H. M, S. Rocket, which
dropped anchor in front of Astoria
eight years ago, was ever in the Columbia river. The Heroine rode at anchor
all day yeBterday and attracted much
attention;
gradual passage from one to another.
Moreover, the first animals that existed
on the earth wero by no means to be considered as inferior or degraded. Among
'other Investigations, one into tho truth
of the argument from Design in Nature
had been carried ou, and had hitherto
tended to fully confirm tliat doctrine.
Tlw question of tho Assyrian inscriptions
and the recent Babylonian researches had
been under tho leadership of Mr. Hor-
muzd Bassam, who, on hia arrival from
Nineveh, had given a full report of the
extent of big new excavations, which
were of the highest interest. HU discovery of Sepharvaim, one of the first
cities mentioned in Holy Writ, was moat
important. Professor Delitsch and others
aided in tiie consideration of the discoveries and the inscriptions found. Two
meetings had been held to consider the
questions raised in Mr. Herbert Spencer's
Philosophy, ind Lord O'Neill and others
had shown, by a careful analysis of his
arguments, ihat a greater attontion to
accuracy in ttatement would hrve kept
Mr. Spencer from arriving at those hasty
conclusions which had made his philosophy remarkable. It was announced that
the results of explorations now bo<ng
carried on in Kgypt would 1» laid before
tho Iuatitut* early in the winter. Tho
discoveries vere very important, especially that uf the sight of Succoth, which,
like the results of the survey of Palestine, was confirmatory of the Sacred
Recent. Tie quarterly Journal, whicli
had been published for sixteen years,
was now isiued freo to all Monitors and
Associates, whether at home or abroad.
Several hi»resting speeches having been
made, t\e members and their friends
adjournal to the Museum, where refreshments were served.
- jH-21 Saint's
fission School
NICOLA VALLEY.
Lavy Principal -
• MISS WESTON
/  The Sun's ileal.
In a lucent lecture on solar physic
at the Royal Institution, Sir Wm,
Sismans gavo his reasons for sotting
tht temperature of tho photosphere of
tho sun ut about 2,800 degrees C,
steul of about 10,000 degrees, where
Roietti and othor lato investigator-
put it. Ho agrees, in this lower estimate, with Viollo, St. Olair, Deville,
and Sir William Thompson, and thinks
tho solar temperature can not much,
if at all, exceed tliat of the most
powerful electric arcs. He recognizes
fui s/ the fact Hint a temperature higher
tha, 3,000 degrees C. would be abso<
lutojy conclusive against his theory
that tho solar heat is due to the recom-
binttion or burning of gasses at tho
suiiice of tho sun. [ He bases his esti*
matt of the solar temperature upon
threi foundation.: Firat, the behavior
of a carbon rod and a .mall gas flame
in the focus of a reflector exposed to
tile tun; second, ou a comparison be.
tween tho spectra of various lights-
for instance, the Argnnd burner, an
incarelsscoiit lamp, the electric arc,
and tin sun itself, as observed by
Langhy on Mount Whitney; third,
upon experiments on tho relation between udiating powor, made by means
of a long platinum wire heated by an
elootrii current.
NO CHARGE FOR TUITION.
For terms for Boarders apply to
JOHN CLAPPKETON,
jy7.3m) Hon. Secretary.
SCOWJ.OST.
$5 0   REWARD
LOST OR STOLEN, FROM SEA
Island, North Ann, on tho night of
tho 27th July, a common scow, about 20
feet bug, containing a quantity of household furniture and effects, the property
of the undersigned. The above reward
will be paid for tbe recovery of the
property, or for information that will
lead to its recovery, or for the conviction of the person or persons (if any) who
took said property.
HENRY WELCH,
auMt] New Westminstor.
"SUMAS DYKING AMENDMENT ACT, 1883."
I HEREBY CALL A MEETING OF
those interested for the purpose of appointing au arbitrator, in terms of above
Act, at the sohool bouse, Matsqui, at 3
o'clock p. in., on the 31st inst.
C B. SWORD.
Matsqui, 2nd July, 1883. [jy4-lm
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, FORNORTH ARMPUB-
lie school, a qualified teacher. An
plications must be sent in by the 7tli
August.   Address,
L. THORNBERG,
jy25-td] Sec, North Arm P. O.
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A DULY QUALIFIED
Teacher for Trenant Public School.
Apply to W. H. LADNER, Sec.
Ladner's Landing.
Colonist eopy jy21ml
Tendency or SdcntlOc Discovery.
We aro indebted to the hon. secretary
of the Viotoria Philosophical Society of
Groat Britain for a synopsis of tho annual meeting, held at 7 Adelphi Terrace,
London, during tho last week in June.
The chair was occupied by Sir Henry
Barkly, G.C.M.G., F.R.S. The Hun.
Sec, Captain F. Petrie, F.R.S.L., read
the report, by which it appeared that the
Institute, — founded to investigate all
questions of Philosophy and Science, nml
moro especially any alleged to militate
against lhe truth of Revelation,—Imd
now risen to 1,020 members, of whom
about one-third were Foreign, Colonial,
and American, and new applications to
join were constantly coming in. Au increasing number of leading men of Science had joined its ranks, and mon of
Science, whether In its ranks or not, cooperated in its work. During the session
a careful analysis had been undertaken
by Professor Stokes, F.R.S., Sir J. R.
Bennett, Vice-1'res. R. S., Professor
Bcate, F.R.9., and others, of tho various
theories of Evolution, and it was reported that, as yet, no scientific evidence had
been met witli giving countenance to the
theory that man had been evolved from
a lower order in animals; and Professor
Virchowhad declared that then wan a
complete absence of any fossil type of a
lower stage in the development of man;
and that any positive advance in tho
province of prehistoric anthropology has
actually removed ns farther from proofs
of such connection,—namely, with tho
rest of the Animal kingdom. In this,
Professor Barrando; tlie great paleontologist, had concurred, declaring that
in none of his investigations had he fou nd
any one fossil species develop into another. In fact, it would seem that no
scientific man had yet discovered a link
between man and the ape, between fish
and frog, or between the vertebrate and
the invertebrate animals; furthor, thero
waa no evidence of any one species, fossil
or other, losing its peculiar characteristics to acquire now ones belonging to
other species; for instance, however
similar the dog to the wolf, thore was no
connecting link, and among extinct species the same was the cast) then was no
One pound of Johnston's Fluid Beef is
guaranteed to contain more real and direct nourishment than 200 lbs. nf Lie-
big's orrmy similar extract of beef. The
British Government analyst has pro-
nominee it the most perfect food he ever
examine!. For Bale by D. S. Curtis k
Co. jy4^m.
A Minister's Evidence. — The all
prevaleit malady of civilized life is Dyspepsia. Rev. W. E. Gifford, df Both-
well, was cured of dyspepsia and liver
complaint that rendered his life almost
* ^W-fv The cure was completed by
three bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters.
A VblOK FROM  THE UNITED STATES.—
I have suffered for the last 20 years with
Dystepsia and General Debility, and
triedmany remedies, but with little success uitil I used Burdock Blood Bitters,
when relief wus quick and permanent.
A. Loumi, Alpena, Michigan, U.S.
What Every Person Should Know.
The grand outlets of disease from the
systen are the Skin, the Bowels, and the
Kidneys. Burdock Blood Bitters Is the
most safe, pleasant and effectual purifier
and health-restoring tonic in the world.
Trial bottles. 10 cents.
For; all troubles of the Throat, use
AHen'iLung Balsam. See adv. in another column.
For diseases leading to Consumption,
adv. ii
lien's Lung Balsam,
another column.
For bargains in dry goods, millinery
and chilling, go to Jas. Ellard k Cos.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN THAT
we, the undersigned, have this day
formed a co-partnership, for the purpose
of owning, maintaining end operating a
steam ferry or ferries ou the Fraser river between New Westiniuster and Surrey
municipalities, under the firm name and
style of "Shinabargoi' k Kennedy;" that
the principal office of such firm is at New
Westminster, B. C.
JOHN JAY SHINABARGER,
ROBERT KENNEDY.
Dated July 31st, 1883. aul-4t.
BOYS' SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Puscipal, • ■ • REV. C. J. BENTON
flnidunlo of King's College, N. S.
Tliis iu»tit nt inn will Ik oponed in the
Fall. Itaul nml Tuition, i !00 per annum. For particulars apply*} tlio Bishop of Now WesUnlmtor.        fjy7-3ni.
W. R HOAR'S
NEW HARNESS SHOP
Columbia St., next door to .the
Bank of British Columbia-
STEAMER
VICTORIA,
CaPTAIS l'KICHMAXS,       ,.'
WILL SA1LFEOM SAN FRANCISCO for New Westminster on or
about Tuead.1)', Aug. till, 1883. For
nates of Freight and Pusuge, apply to
GOODALL, PERKINS k CO.,
Bali Franoisco.
Or to
jyii]
J. A. R, HOMER, Agent,
Now Westminster.
GEM JARS.
JELLY CLASSES,
CHEAP TUMBLERS,
—^AND	
Bottlix*-,**? "Wax
 AT	
O. G. MAJOR'S.
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Every description of work in
SADDLES,
{English or Mexican,)
Carriages or Wagon Harness, Leather,
Horse-Clothing etc. «TThe best Santa
Cruz Leather used. Charges moderate.
A trial solicited. [my 19-tc.
Saddlery Lost
A CASE OF .SADDLERY, ADDRES8-
ed "J. C. Haynes, E«)., OKyoos, B.
C."j last seen in H. B..Co.'.store, Hope,
in the fall of 1802. The Saddlery was
mode hy "Leiman, Grafton atreet, Dub-
Iin," A suitable reward will be given
for tbo recovery of tbe articles.
O. P1TTENDWOH,
For J, C. Ha vims.]   New Wutmiiutu.
 jy!8-lm.	
Fox G-ixls.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Lady PmxcirrAL,
Vice Principal, ■
For term, for Boarders and Day «hol.
ars, apply to
C. B. WOODS,
jy7-tc] Hon. Sectary.
■   MISS DAWSON
MISS K. DAWSON
eoM.coowioiieoiioiM)o.eeoiicwowoiieMawe8
:WEBB'S.:
HIGH SCHOOL.
THE COLLEGIATE AND HIGH
School will not re-opeu on the Ist
of August, as announced. Classes will
be formed, however, and instruction given in high school subjects between the
hours of 3 and fi p. ni. of every day except Sunday; so that pupils, by taking
at the pubbc schools in the forenoon the
studies common to both public and high
schools, aud attending these classes in
the afternoon, may receive tbe full benefit of an ordinary high school course.
For tonne and particulars apply to the
undersigned. H. M. STRAMBERG.
Now Westminster, July 20, 1883. flm
ISTOTIOB.
Shotguns, Rifle., Revolver, go to
If you wo/it a day', .port, sail at
Cartridges, Powder Mul Shot buy at
-M-sm-tm-m
Fish-hooks, File., Line, and Bod. mo
-OTl
For fragrant Cigar, ft Tobacco in
Meerschaum, Briar and Wood Pipe, goto
Tobacco Pouches, Purses, Match Safe,
Spectacles, Reading and Eye Glaues
that you can see through at
J. BAGNALL,
mPORTtl ft MAHUFACTUREI OF     '
puis Mums
AND ALL KINDS OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
UJILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
TV on a Professional Tour, aud will
be happy to receive aud 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 receive prompt attention. jy28tc
IMPORTANT
idr.
/   THE
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
WW Hotel has been recently com*
pleted imi is furnished with every conveniens for the comfort of guests. The
situation aud accommodations are unsurpassed in Burrard Inlet, which has become tllp most fashioimble
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia. Tbo prospect Is
charming, the sea breezes arc invigorating, out the facilities for bathing and
bontiig are excellent. Private Sitting
and Inning Rooms. Suites of apart-
monti for families or parties. The Bar
is eitirely detatched from the main
building,
isri'ho Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
Fint-class stabling and feed for Hors-
.   Sussoi to and from New Westminster tvice a day.
GEO. BLACK,
jy28tc Proprietor.
Burdofck.
Blood
WILL CURE OR REUEVE
BILIOUSHESS        DIZZINESS,
DYSPEP8IA,
INDI0ESTI0H,
JAUNDICE.
ERYSIPELAS,
ULT RHEUM,
HEARTBURN,
HEADACHE,
•ROW,
FLUTTERIN0
Of THE HEART,
KIDITY OF
THE STOMACH
DRYNESS
OF THE SKIN,
And .wry tpecl:s of dlte... arl.in. Iroir
dl.ord.r.d LIWD,   KlDIUVS,   SToVaOH,
BOWELS OR   BLOOD,
T.IllB0Rlli«0.,p~l»-|i8SSMTo
*jmvw--m32m
Farmers take Notice
 THAT ON	
Saturday, August 11,1883
At 10 o'clock a, ni.,
THE FIRST OF A SERIES OF
monthly sales will be hold on W. B,
TOWMend'S Wharf, New Westminster,
when the undersigned will soil by public
auction, dairy and farm produce, horses,
cows and general merchandise.' Farmers
having stock or produce to dispose of,
cau consign the samo to the auctioneer,
who will receive, Bell and return proceeds to shipper. Farmers and others
are requested to give this matter their
serious consideration, as in doing so they
will help to build up a MARKET tbat
will not only be a boon to themselves,
but to the wholo of this city ami district.
Furthor particulars will be given in due
time.
T. J, TBAPP,
aul-td. Auctioneer.
for ni
mission to purchase SOO acres of land
situate on a small bay on tbe northwest
end of Texada Island, near Marshal
Point, District of Now Weatnuuster, described as fellows:
Commencing at a stake set on shore of
small bay; thence east 40 chains; thence
south SO chains; thence west 40 chains;
thence north to shore line of Texada
Island; thence in a northeasterly direction along shore line to point of commencement. EDWARJD TRIM.
By hit attorney, Harry Trim.
New Westminster, June 22, 1883.    [2m
IMPORTANT TO
FISH CANNERS
THIS SIMPLE .DEVICE SAVES AT
least ninety per cent, of the labor of
cleaning cans, and also prevents leakers.
It is exceedingly simple, cannot get out
of order, and will last for years. It has
been adopted in the conning establishments of Messrs. Laidlaw k Co. and
Ewen k Co., where it gives great satisfaction. The Protectors will be sold at
a very reasonable figure in comparison
with the benefit derived. Patented in
Canada, and patent applied for in tbe
United States. Canneries supplied by
Messrs. E. S. Scoullar ft Co. Particulars on application
jy21-lm]       THOS. LEVI, Patentee.
_AND	
KILE
Wholesale Grocers
LIQUOR DEALERS,
 ANI)	
Cofflinission Hants!
FRONT STKEET,
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 Agents for the-
Liverpool ^London&IHolie
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NOTICE TOJARINERS.
SAND HEADS, FRASER RIVER.
THE PERMANENT BUOYS HAVE
been placed in position showing the
present channel through the Sand Heads.
Three red buoys have been placed on
theSouth sido of the channel,—one opposite to No, 1, in six feet, one opposite
No. (I, in same depth, and one opposite
No. 0, in 12 feot of water.
Entering from seaward, pass Nos. .
and 2 one quarter of a cable; Nos. 3 and
4, half a cable; 5, 0 aud 7, quarter of a
cable; No. 8, half a cable; Black spar
buoy and No. 9, one-quarter oi a cable;
No. 10, from one-quarter to half a cable
distant; Nos. 11,12, 13, 14 and 15, at
half a cable distant.
F. REVELY,
Agent Dept. Marine ft Fisheries.
Victoria, B. C, 24th July, 1883.   jyi&tS
'octet Knives, Razors ft Scissors,-get
Playing Cards, Dice ft Cheques Bee
Machine Needles, Oil ft Attachments, try
What you cannot get elsewhere        '
T*r*Wm Oct.
WHO IS WEBB?
CALL AND SEE.
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
*3t-T*n-MXVk-'mT.
jrin.83-.tc
RANGES
STOVES,
TINWARE.ETC.ETC
Brass Cocks, Valves, Steam Gauges, Pip*
* and Pipe Fittings In Endless
Variety.    All kinds of
SHIP AND HOUSEWORK AND
GENERAL JOBBING
Done in neatest style and most thorough
jui tmjnnmt nfMttu tW hup is *, mut* mmm
THS WAY IT Will AFFKCT T0lf.
It excites expectoration and causes the
lungs to throw off tlio phlegm or mucous;
changes the;' secretions and purities the.
blood; heals tbe Irritated parts; gives
strength to the digestive organs; brings
the liver to its proper action, and imparts
strength to the whole system.    Such is
TIIK IMMEOIATK AND SATISFACTORY EFFECT that iV ii mirrnnlrd to break np the
most distressing cough in a few hours'
time, if not of too long standing. /' is
warranted to give entire satisfaction,
even in the most confirmed cases of Con-
sumption.' It is warranted not to produce
costiveness (which is tho case with most
remedies), or affect the head, as it contains no opium iu any form. It is war-
ranted to be jnrfectly hornless to the most
delicate child, although it is an active
and powerful remedy for restoring the
system. There is no real necessity for so
many deaths by Consumption, when Allen's Lush Balsam will prevent it if
only taken in timo. Physicians having
consumptive patients, and who, having
failed to cure them with their own medicines, wo would recommend to givo Allan's Lcno Balsam a trial, Sold by all
Druggists, , je30-lm,
Of every description on hand,
CANNERY SUPPLIES
And work a specialty.
E.S.SCOULLARfeCO
Wholesale dealers ft Manufacturers,
Columbia   Street,   New Westminster.
my!9-tc.
S. CLARKE, H. 1).
DIRECT IMPORTERS
And wholeule and retail dealers in
Drngs& Chemical^
Patent Medicine., Perfumery,
DYE STUFFS,
Lamps and Lamp Goods, etc.
Oils t
Sole Agents for
"SKID GREASE."
COLUMBIA STREET,
One door from Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, I. C
myt-to. ©nr gtotB-
NELLIE'S  MEMORIES.
(Continual-)
Charlie raised his large, innocent
eyes to ray face with a look that reminded ne of a picture 1 had seen of
the ohild Samuel.
"I think I know what he would have
aaid to me."
"What, my pet ]"
"He would have told mo to bo a
good boy, and to mind what Dudley
md you say to me, and not be naughty
* and always in mischief, as I have been,
but more obedient and thoughful."
"Ah, if you would, you do not know
how it would lighten our daily load,
how it would give pleasure, well in
our saddest liours, to find our little
Charlie grown a better and more
thoughtful boy." _
"Would it, Nellie-would it really.
Does my naughtiness, then, grieve you
so much r
"You little know how much or how
unhappy it makes me to see you, my
child, io often punished, so often in
trouble."
"Oh, I won't make you unhappy, I
won't Tex you any more; oh, dear,
dear Nell, I won't indeed." And
Charlie threw his arms round my
neck. "I will always be good, always,
always!"
"God grant that you may, my darling; and, now I have not said my
prayers this morning, shall we say
them together?" So side by sido we
knelt, his little hand holding mine
tightly; and when we rose I felt mure
strengthened for the duties of the day.
That instant there came an impatient knock at the door, aud Halcot's
voice querulously demanding admittance,
"I say, Nell, the buttons are como
clean off my wristbands, and nurse
won't sew them on because she iB bathing Bill, and how in tho world am I to
get dressed? "
"Come in, Halcot." He entered in
a serai-apologetic manner.
"I am sorry to disturb you; but I
havo my Latin exercise to write, and
there's not another shirt in the drawer,
and I must go dqwn. It iB an awful
shame, nurse's buttons always ily off
like squibs on the fifth of November.
Hallo! what's tbe matter, Nellie? Is
Charlie naughty again 1"
I told him hastily and iu as few
words as possible what had befallen
us; but we none of us knew the loving
heart and sensitive nature of our Hnlcot, rough school-boy as we thought
him; ana when I saw bim turn sick
and palo, and sink down half-fainting
by the bed, I knew—Heaven forgive
me!—that I had blurted out the truth
too hastily; that I bad spared myself,
not him, I laid him on my bed directly; and while Charle stood looking
sorrowfully at his brother's white face,
I bathed his forehead and chafed his
oold hands till he came to a little, and
opened his eyes and looked at me, and
then he turned his face to tho wall,
and began moaning piteously. I felt
terribly frightened, and nt firat thought
of sending for Dudley, only I could
not bear to harass him further; and
Louie, I knew, was at the bottom of
the garden. So I could do nothing
but sit beside him holding hia hand
and listening to his moans. All soothing seemed vain for some time, and I
was dreading some lasting injury would
result from tho shock, whon be presently grew calmer, and then an idea
occurred to me.
"I must go down and mako the
breakfast now, dear Halcot, but I will
not leave you alone; shall I send for
Seymour?"
A faint smile passed over the boy's
face—"Please, Nellie."
"Well then, dear, lio still; stay, let
me put this pillow more comfortably
under your head. Be sure you do not
move, and I will send you up some
breakfast directly."
''Wait a moment, Nellie," holding
me back, "don't let Dudloy and Bruce
know that I was such anassasto do this
sort qf thing—faint, I mean; you'll not
tell them, will you. Sis I" Oh, Halcot,
with auch pride and with suoh a tender,
womanish heart! I promised hiin faithfully I would not, and then he let me
I lent a lad to the parsonage to say
I wanted Seymour directly, and while
waiting for him I gave Hester to understand what had happened; and before I had done speaking to her Seymour came in. I never loved the boy
so well aa I did that morning; his deep
sympathy expressed more iu looks than
in words; his mute caress and his
anxiety to spare me unnecessary pain
of detail, all touched me to the heart;
and when I took him up to poor Halcot, it was more affecting still; for
Seymour lay down on the bed beside
his old school-mate and put his arm
round him, and literally "wept over
him." I turned away with a heart that
was full to bursting, and took my seat
behind the tea urn, dreading each fresh
arrival, and fearing to see the change
, that last night might have wrought in
each one's face.
Sitting there, I became aware of a
little scene being enacted at tha other
end of the room, which nt any other
time would most oertainly have provoked a smile. Charlie was sitting very
dejectedly, poor little fellow, on a low
stool by the window wiping his eyes
with the cuff of his jacket, and trying
hard not to cry, and Bill was standing
before him with one arm rolled up
tightly in her pinafore, while with the
other she administered several smart
slaps and cuffs to him, every now and
then returning to administer some
mon. A much harder blow than usual
attracted my attention, and I rose to
interfere.
"Charlie naughty boy; bad boy,
Charlie; Charlie very bad boy!" persisted Bill, red in the face from her
exercise.
"Charlie is not a naughty boy:' I
think that it is baby who is naughty
to beat poor brother so."
Bill pursed up hor lips decidedly
"Charley cry, Charlie must be naughty."
A light broke in upon mo. Rill had
•o often seen the boy in disgrace for
some fault or other, that directly she
saw bJm crying, she immediately
thought it must be because he had
been naughty, and took tho task of
correction on herself; but when I explained to her that Charlie was unhappy and yet good, she took her arm
out of her pinafore, and putting her
thumb In her mouth, regarded him
with perplexed and troubled eyes, till
I bade bar kiss and comfort him; upon
which ahe ran to him, and put her
arms round his neck, and hugging up
hit head to her fat little bosom, com-
m-raoed by-byeing him iu her sweet
baby roma, till I thought it better for
Charlie's patience to call her off to tho
table.
Louie was tha tint to oome into the
room' aba was vary pale, but calm and
self-possessed aa usual; then Bruce,
looking white-lipped and heavy-eyed,
and oonplaisiug bitterly of head-ache,
which made him sit throughout break-
fast with his hand shndiug his eyes
even from tho softened light that came
through tho closed blinds; und then
Seymour, to fetch Halcot's breakfast,
speaking and moving quickly and nervously to bide his embarrassment, and
catering delicately as if for an invalid.
"Do sit down and have n cup of
coffee, Seymour, and something to
eat."
"No, thanks, Nellie; I have had my
breakfast at homo," and with a cheerful nod he went.
And lastly, Dudley entered, coming
round and speaking with hiB old voice
and manner, not omitting the usual
morning greeting, as the others hnd,
but with a kindly word and look for
each. Pausing for a moment with hia
hand ou my shoulder to ask me how I
was—but, ob, it went to iny heart to
see his white face, and the dark lines
under bis eyes thnt told of a sleepless
night. He paused before sitting down,
and scanned all nnrrowly.
"Whew is Halcot, Nellio?"
"Up-Btnirs, in my room; ho is not
well !,r
"Not well! What ails the lad 1"
"I don't know;" then forgetting my
Kromise, "a sort of faintnesa camo over
im when he heard—when I told him
about it. 'I was too quick, I'm afraid."
"Why did you not tell mo? I will
go to him at once. In your room did
you Bay ?"
"Yes. Seymour is there with bim,
giving him bis breakfast. Don't go to
him, Dudloy, it wilt only disturb him;
he is much better quiet.
Dudloy sat down with a trembling
lip, and then recovering himself, pressed ub all to oat, while his own food remained untasted on bis plate. Once
only bo addressed his brother, who,
with shaded face, seemed anxious to
escape all observation.
"Is your head bo bad, Bruce V
"Yes; confound it," groaned Bruce,
pressing hts other linnd upon his throbbing forehead.
"Then you must give up all thoughts
of going to the factory this morning;
I will try and manage without you; go
and lie down somewhere quietly, and
Louie will find you her aromatic vinegar, won't you, Loo!"
"I should be no good if I went,"
said Bruce; "but it will bo very bard
for you to got through it nll nlone,"
"I shall manage somehow," returned Dudley, in his quiet tone.
I did not dare to sny u word in objection, for Dudley wus not one who
liked to bo interfered with in what he
considered a matter of duty; aud unfit
as ho waB for the wearying details of
that trying dny, his will alone wns sufficient to carry him steadily through.
At that moment, breakfast boiim
ovor, Charlie, na was his wont, placed
the books before him. I saw him start
and flush up tor an instant, and make
a movement as if to push them awny;
but then, recollecting himself, be opened thom, only putting up his hand to
motion Charlie from the bell that sum;
mimed tbe domestics. Ob, Low I
wished he would have spared himself
whon I heard the involuntary trembling uf his voice over tlie npoiiuig
verses, nud how thankful I was when
the brief psalm was read, nnd we had
knelt down to say the old familinv
prayer, "Wo havo erred nnd strayed
from Thy ways like lost sheep!" nnd
then thero was a sudden silenco—nn
awful pause, and we knew that Dudley
had broken down, and was laying his
head on the book, nnd round tho room
there roso n sound of stilled subbing
instead of prayer; nh mo! it was many
weeks before Dudley suffered them tu
put those books before hint again.
When we rose from our knees ho bud
left the room, and I dared nut follow
him. Louie was tho first tu regain
calmness and composure; sho soutbod
the frightened children, and sent them
out to play in the orchard, and then
coaxed Bruce to come with her into
the oak parlor, and let her bathe bis
aching head.
"I will be with you directly, Nellie,
and shall be at your disposal the wholo
morning."
I thanked hor mechanically, aud
then wandored aimlessly up nud down
tho hall, trying to make up my mind
ns to whether I might go to Dudley or
not; and feeling, as all of us do once
or twice hi our lives, as if the mere
burden of existence were too heavy to
bear, and as if we must drop it or die.
"Hither shalt thou como, und no further and bore shalt thy proud waves
be staid," is the fiat often of the merciful Taskmaster; yet, when the dread
tide of trouble surges up, laying nt our
feet one wrecked hopo after another,
we are apt to despair— to say there is
no mercy in Heaven, no hope upon
earth—that we are sinking—until He
sends; He draws us out of many
"waters," nnd behold, our feet are
upon a rook. Sometimes wo ure called
upon to sit for three days and nights
in an awful darkness—"a darkness
that might be felt," a darkness more
terrible, more soul-subduing than the
Egyptian one of old, of suspense, of
fear deferred, of ngony; then we rise
up, nnd behold, our first-born iB dead!
But, "at eventide thore shall be light;"
not for long shall "we grope for tho
wall like the blind;" a merciful dispensation will not Buffer us to be tried
beyond our strength; nnd wu shall onu
day go our way Bnddencd und enst
down indeed, but not in despair.
Louio passed unco, nnd looked at me
without speaking, then turning suddenly, came bock und kissed me, but I
only wrung my hand and walked on,
Then Seymour ran down thestnir-case.
"I nm going off to school nuw, Nellie; can I take any inessngo tu Dr.
Merton V
"Tell him tho reason of the boys'
absence; but, Seymour, how is he
now ?"
C. G. MAJOR
Importer and dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
'Oh, muoh better; he'll soon be
pretty right: Dudley is with him."
"Dudley!"
"Yes; they are talking vory comfortably. I've promised to come in
after dinner and sit with him, as it is
half-holiday, and thou I'll get him out
into the garden; don't yuu fret nbout
him, Nellie:" then hesitatingly, "I
must stop at tho parsonage, aud tell
father and mother; is theru anything
they can do fur you ?"
"I shouk my head and turned away,
and then T heard Dudley's step on the
stairs and sprang to meet bim.
He cuine down very slowly, and taking his hat from the peg began brushing it.
"Oh, Dudley, don't go without letting me speak to you. Must yuu really
bo at the factory to-day ?"
"To-day of nll days in tho year, my
child."
(Tu bo Continued.)
The verdict in this city is that Mrs.
Langtry is a very beautiful woman—
with her back turned.—-Rochester Express.
A RemAkKAHLK Fact.—It is a remarkable fact that W. A. Hdgers, of Frank-
villo, who was so far gone with liver and
kidney complaint that his life was despaired of, was cured with four bottles
of Burdock Blood Bitters. At one time
he lay a fortnight without an operation'
of the bowels.
ra7iHB»3
'S OAK
CHILL-WHACK. B.C.
■JSTE-W
GoodS
Brussels Carpets,
Tapistry Carpets,
Wool Carpets,
Lace Curtains,
Tapistry Curtains
Nottingham Curtains
Black Cashmeres
Colored Merinos,
Cashmere Twills,
Lustres and Alpacas,
White Table Damask,
Brown do,
Table Napkins,
Diapers,
Irish Linen,
Muslins (book),.
Brilliants.
White Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
Brown Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
White and Unbleached
COTTONS,
Every Quality and Trice.
TOWELS,
White and Brown Turkish, II uckabuck
Honey-Comb and Linen.
NE-W
CLOTHIIC
Large Stock, Best
Materials, Latest
Styles, and
Low Down Prices,
J.C. HENDERSON,
COMMISSION lEKDjUIT,
Jobbing and Retail Denlijr in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
Everything in
Provisions, Crockery & Glassware
What you don't see
ask for,
And what we don't
keep we will get.
O.G. MAJOR
importer and dealer In
GENERALMERGHANDISE
TTTKWISH TO TIIA.VKOlJR Numerous customers for thoir HIktuI patronage and support during the past two
years, ami wo hope to manage the business in such a way as to secure i continuance uml increase in the siuic. Uo-
member, wo buy largely, and arc pro-
pared to sell its
Low as any Other Hop
In the Province, as we carry Hie Largest
Stock on the .Mainland (outside of New
Westminster).   Our stock consists of
Dry (Joods,
Notions.
Underwear,
Clothing,
lints k Caps,
Hooks'; Station
Doors.
Windows,
Nails,
Groceries,
Provisions,
Boots *i Shoes,
Crockery,
((lass ware.
Glass A Putty,
Drugs,
Patent taurines,
Hopes,
llnrdwaie,
'j Farm Implements
t'arpenlors'Tooli,
Wooden Ware,
Paints A' Oils,
Urushcs,
Furniture,
Lumber,
Wall Paper,
Mc., Ktc.
Direct Importation
UlOflliW
fi WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT.**
SPECIAL NOTICES.
One Single Buggy nml Harness fee
Sale.
Don't forget that wu take nil kinds if
Fann,Produce, at Market Rates, inw-
chaiigo for goods.
■tar All book accounts for 18S2 and 1383
must bo closed by 1st October, l*:t,
without fnil.
A Clearance Sale to commence 1st
September, 1383, for .10 days.
CHEAP JACK,
THE RAN HERS' PAP08SE.
jo20-0m.
HARVESTING
M 0 W 13 It S :
MODEL BUCKEVf.,
Canadian Make.
lt E A F K It S i
BUCKEYE,
American Make,
SULKY    It A K fi S :
SELF-DUMPING ITHIGA,
Uiuindinn Make.
CHAMPION
Amorican Make,
P I, 0 W S ;
STEEL & IRON PLOWS
American Make.    I
GILPIN'S SULKY PLOWS
GRANT'S FAN MILLS
American Make.
AGRICULTURAL TOOLS,
A large assortment, and the largest
stock in the Provinco of'
L. ui iu nil
BECIS TO INFORM THE RfiSU).
ents of Now Westminster and vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of ohoico
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which ho will supplj
IN Bim. or DUTY PAD),
In Quantities to Suit Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Ollby's, London,
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.   BROWN,
COLUMBIA   STEEBT,
New Westminster,  B- 0.
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
NOTICE.
A COURT OF ASSIZE, AND OP
. Nisi Prius, and of Oyor and Tor-
miner, and of General Gaol Delivery,
will be held at Victoria on Monday,
20th August. 1883.
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B. C„ 18th July, 1SSS.
 jy25-td	
ISTOTICB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
on and after the date hereof the
sum of Two Dollars and Fifty Conts
(82.G0) will bo paid for overy Wolf or
Panther killed ina settled district ia the
Province, on tho certificate of a justice of
the peace that suoh animal was killed in
a settlement, and that tho head wns produced to and destroyed by him,
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Oflico,
Viotoria, B. C, July 3rd, 1883.
 '      jyll-lm	
Qualification and Registration
or Voters Act, 1876.
Nkw Westminster Cm* District.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, IN
accordance with clause 9, sub-section "f," of tho "Qualification aud Hog-
istration of Voters Act, 1876," that I
shall hold a Court of Revision for the
District of New Westminster City, at
the Court House, New Westminstor, on
Monday, the Cth day of August, 1883, at
12 o'clock noon.
J. C. HUGHES, Collector.
New Westminster, May 29th, 1883.
■ my30-td
Qualification and Registration
of Voters Act, 1876.
New Westminster District.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN
accordance with clause il, sub-section "f,"of the "Qualification and Registration of Voters Act," 1876," that I
shall hold a Court of Revision for the
District of Now Westminster, at the
Court House, New Westiniuster, on
Monday, the (ith day of August, 1883,
at 12 o clock noon,
J. C. HUGHES, Collector.
Now Westminstor, May 29th, 1863.
 iny30-td.	
Qualification and Registration
of Voters Act, 1S7«,
Burrard Inlet Polling Division Elec
toral District of New Westminster.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, IN
_[\ accordance with clause 9, sub-section "f,"of tho •'Qualification unil Registration of Voters Act, 1876," that I
shall hold a Court of Revision for the
Bunard Inlet Polling Division District
of New Westminster, at the court house,
Granville, on Monday, tho Cth ilny of
August, 1883, at 12 o'clock noon.
J. MILLER, Collector.
Burrard Inlet, 4th June, 1883.     [ jeO-td
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Information, Employment
 AND	
HOMES FOR EMIGRANTS,
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
WAGES
—tor—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON  THK—
Canadian Facile Railway
—IM—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers  .'.9125 00 per month
Rock Foremen.... S3 50 to $4 00 f day
Earth Foremen,.. 2 50 to  3 50    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 50 to   4 50    "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class 3 50 "
Bridge Cm-pouters,
2nd class  3 00 "
Masons 2 GO to  3 60    "
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to   3 50     "
Blacksmiths,    lst
class fl 50 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class 3 00 "
Blacksmith Helpers   1 50 to   2 00     "
Drillers  2 00 to 2 25     "
Laborers  1 75 to 2 00    *'
Howers, 1st class   3 50 "
Choppers, 1st class 2 00 to 2 50    "
Scorers, 1st class    2 60 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find thomsolvcs Bed,
Board ana Lodging.
Boarding Houses will lie convenient
along the Line,   Board-$4 por week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in the Company's Houses,
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
10th of each month. ■
A.   ONDERDONK,
General. Manager,
Officbov the Contractors,
Canadian Paoifio Railway,
Yale, March 1,1883, .
The Government of British Columbia
has established an
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
COUNTY COURT.
POSTPONED.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tho noxt sitting of tho County
Court will ho hold on Woilnesilay, 8th
August, 1883.
Datod Jnly 24th, 1883.
E. A. JENNS,
Registrar County Court,
jy25-ttl Now Westminstor.
NOTICE.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i> the following described tract of
land is hereby sot apart and reserved
from salo or pre-emption, until further
notice, for tho purpose of reclamation,
ke., as provided by Section 0 of tho
"Land Amendment Act, 1883," viz.:
AU the vacant, unoccupied land situate within tho District of Kootonay, and
lying upon the banks of the Kootonay
river, between the southern boundary
line of British Columbia and a point 15
miles to the north thereof, in the direction of Kootonay lake, and extending to
tho foot of the mountains ou each side of
said rivor,
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, B. C„ Jnly 10th, 1883.
jyl8-lin
Frank SiddalTs Soap
FURNISHED BY
HENRY W. HUGHES.
THE ABOVE ARTICLE HAVING
been tried by nearly ovory lady in
town with success, needs little or no do
script-ion, but for strangers tlie following
is printed:—It does the washing for a
family in two hours; no boiling allowod;
little or no rubbing on tho board; bluo
not needed; doos no harm to clothes.
Plenty of reference if desired. One bar
doos two weeks' washing. Tho finest
soap known for faco and bands, shaving,
otc. Once used, it becomes a necessity.
Monoy refunded if tho above is not true,
Tho undersigned boing the first to introduce it, respectfully asks tho ladies to
patronize him. Orders kindly received
by Ellard k Co., at tho Occident Hotel,
and orders received and Soap supplied'
at Mr. C. G. Major's, cor. Columbia and
Mary streets.
Boing woll known as agent for all
newspapers, magazines, and books sold
by agents only, I need no introduction.
Io those out of town, a letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
H. W. HUGHES,
mli21 New West., B. C.
NOTICE.
I HEREBY* GIVE NOTICE THAT I
intend making application to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase ono hundred and
sixty acres of land in Now Westminstor
District, described as follows: Commencing at a post ou a rock iu a bay
known as Ecalstou Bay, situated about
midway between Atkinson and White
Cliff Points, at tho entrance of Howe
Sound; thenoo cast 40 chains; thence
south 40 chains; theuco west 40 chains,
move or less, to shoro line of Bay; thence
northerly along shoro lino to point of
commencement.
ALFRED MASTERS.
Now Westminstor, July 11,1883.   [14 2m
PRICE LIST OF FRUIT
BEAUCHAMP'S
RBEAUCHAMP, YATES STREET,
■ receives fruit direct from Sacramento Valley, by every steamer, and Ib
prepared to sell at tbe following prices:
Peaches, por box $1 75
Apples, per box :: 1 00
Pears, per boif  1 00
Apricots, per box  1 75
Cherries, por box of 10 lbs  1 25
Oranges, 25 @ 50 conts per doz
Lemons, 35 @ 50 cents per doz
Acapulco Limes, . .25 © 50 cents per doz
Green Corn, 25 @ 50 conts per doz
Tomatoes', 1 -), conts per pound
RICH. BEAUCHAMP,
jc27-tc. Viotoria.
D^GRANT,
Queen St., - Port Moody
 DEALER in	
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Boots & Shoes, &c.
HAVING OPENED OUT A LARGE
assortment In the above lines, the
subscriber is prepared to supply the
people at tho Terminus City and else
whero with everything .generally found
In a first-class store. All goods sold at
tho lowest cash prices.
4'iiiiiiilng Outlith or all kinds.
apl4tc D. B. GRANT.
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot No, B8, Bioci- XXIII, City of New
Westminster,
MUMIDIPALITTof SUEEET
NOTICE.
THE ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR THE
Municipality of Sunny having
been returned and revised, the taxes
are now due and payable to me at my
oflico, and all taxes not paid on or before
The First Day or October, will be delinquent, and interest at the rate of one
per eent, per month will be added there*
to and collected thereon.
HENRY T. THRIFT, Collector.
je23-td] Cloter Valley, Surrey,
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.,
And all persons wishing to obtain authentic information about .the country
aro advised to apply, either personally or
by letter, to tbe Agont.
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of the country and its resources will be
supplied free of charge on application.
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in any part of tho
Provinco, are invited to place themselves
in communication with tlie Agent, Particulars should bo furnished as to the
kind of employment and wages offered.
Tho Agent will endeavor, hs fur as possible, to fill applications.
Office—Court House Building, Market Square, New Westminster, I>. C,
•wra. robs,
je20 to.] Immigration Agont.
[L.S.]
CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OFBRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by tho Grace of God, of tho
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland, Qukbn, Defender
of the Faith, ke., ke., ke,
To Our faithful tha Members elected to
serve in the Legislative Assembly of
Onr Province of British Columbia,
and summoned and  called to a
meeting of tho Legislature or
Parliament of Our Baid Provinco, at .Our city of Victoria
on Thursday, the 12th day
July instant, to havo
been commenced and
hold, aud ovory of
you-OiiKKTiso
A PROCLAMATION.
Alex. fi. B, Davie, \-\TTHEREAS,
Attorney-General, j VV tho mooting
of tho Legislature or Parliament of the
Province of British Columbia, stands
called for Thursday, the Twelfth day of
July instant, at whioh time, at Our City
of Victoria, you wore hold and eon-
strained to appear.
Now know ye, that for divers causes
and considerations, and taking into consideration the ease and convenience of
Our loving subjects, Wo havo thought
fit, by and with tho advice of Our Executive Council of tho Province of British Columbia, to relieve you, and caoh of
you; of your attendance at tho timo
aforesaid; hereby convoking, and by
these presents enjoining you, and each of
you, that ou ThiirHdnj, the 13th day
or the month or September next.
you meet Us in Our said Legislature or
Parliament of the said Province, at Our
City of Viotoria, and therein do as may
seem necessary.   Herein full not.
In  Testimony   Whereof,   Wc  have
caused these Our Letters to lie mode
Patent, and tho Groat Seal of British
Columbia to be hereunto altixod:    Witness,   tho   Honourablo CLEMENT F.
CORNWALL,   Lieutenant-Governor of
Our said Provinco of British Columbia,
in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this Tenth day nf July, in tlie
year of Our Lord olio thousand eight
hundred and eighty-threo, and in the
forty-seventh yonr of Our Reign.
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
jyl8*td] Provincial Soorotary,
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEAS-
iblo titlo to the abovo mentioned lot
will bo issued to Elizabeth Kathleen
Bluck on tho First Day or October,
noxt, unless in the meantime a valid objection thereto be made to the under
signed, in writing, by somo person
claiming an estate or interest in said lot,
or any part thereof.
H. B. W. AIKMAN,
Registrar-General.
Land Registry Ollice,
,      28th June, 1883. [jeSO-td
1TOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I Intern! to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and- Works for permission to purchase 200 aores of land on
Bowen Island, Howo Sound, Now Westminster District, described as follows:
Commencing nt a point 80 chains, more
or less, west of tho northwest corner of
W. Eaton's pre-emption claim on Bowen
Island; thence south 50 chains; thence
west 40 chains; thence north 50 chains;
thenoo cast iO chains, to point of commencement. JAMfiS DEANS.
New Westminstor, B.C., Juno 27,1883.
	
IN THE GOODS OF
HENRY MELVILLE,
Late of Sumas, Deceased.
ALL PARTIES INDEBTEDTOTHE
deceased aro required to pay tho
undersigned tho respective amounts due
on or boforo tho 10th day of. August,
1883. Ami all parties having any claims
against deceased nre required within the
same period to send thoir claims, properly verified, to
EUSTACfi A. JENNS,
Administrator.
New Westminster, 3rd July, 1883.   [Im
NOTICE.
ESTATE OF EBEKEZER BROWN, DECEASED.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO
the above Estate are requested to
Say tho same to the undersigued, J. S.
Jiovntt, at New Westminster; and all
claims against tho said estate are to bo
sent In accordingly.
•T-fc.imv-HT.} Excouto„.
W. C. WAHD,
Dated 12UI July, 1883.
JlyUml
Bun Qomtiit hnp Sank,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
DEPOSITORS ARK REQUESTED
to presont thoir Pass Books for insertion of interest nn to tho JtOth June.
1883. O. 1'1'ITKNDUIOH, Agt.
N. W., July 11,1888.       [jyll-am.
Executor's Notice.
In the Estate of Hituii MoRoiikrth,
Dbobabkd.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
all sums duo to the nbovo ostnto
must bu paid to W. D.  Ferris, Esq,,
within one month from date; ami
all claims against tho said estate must bo
presented to him within the same period,
F. McCLEER Y, Executor.
July 20th, 1888. [jySMm
DR. SPINNEY & CO.'S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DR. MPINNBY, woll known as thi Toan*
tier or tlio Montreal, (O. B.) Meillcnl Instl.
lute, nml Into Proprietor nf tlio Sl'lNNKY VILLI!
WlltMAUY, would most ruHpcctfully luibrni
tils patients and tlit- nllHi-teil generally, tlmt hs
Mill continues to treat chronic aud nervous dis.
casos with iiii'mrullelcd siiccobs.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
tteratiniber tlmt procruAtlnntlon li ttio thief of
timo io
COME AND BB HEALED.
It matters not what your troubles may be, como
anil let tho Doctor oxnmino your cam*, It will
cost yon nothing for consultation, so plcnso cult
nnj satisfy yourselrc-iwlietlier tho Doctor under-
eltavh yourciiBf-. It In can euro yon lio will Ml
you sot if not, lio will toll you thnt, for ho will
not untlertnko n case unless ho is confident of cf.
fectliif-acure.
Parties ut a dlstaucu wlslilug treatment, liy
seniiln-* 125 nml n minute description of tbelr
trouble* will recelvo In return a full course ot
treatment securely pucked su us not to excite curiosity.
DU. Sl'lNNKY will Riinrnntce (o torfult five
Hundred Dollars for evory caso of any kind ur
character whicli ho undertakes and foils to cure.
1'. S.—For discuses uf short standing, a full
course of medicines, sufllclent fur a curo, with
all inst met Ions, will bo sent to any nililress on
receipt or $10.
Cull or Address
Dr. SPINNEY * CO.,
9 28-ly     No, 11 Kearnoy-st. ,Snn Faancisco.Cal.
TIIE CHEAT EM.LISII HEHEDY
Is n never-toiling
Curo for Nerr-
ous Debility,Exhausted Vitality
of n ny k i n il,
WcnkiifBB, Paralysis,   Prosla-*
tnrrbucR,nnd nl)
ihe terrible ef-
^_m__m_^_——m_   feels ofjoulhful
follies, and excesses In mat it rer yours,
DK. MINTIK will   agree to   forfeit
Fire nundred Dollars for a case ot
tliis kind ihe Vital Resloratlve (under
his special nilrico nnd treatment) will noi
cure, or for anything impure or injurious
fonnu ':■ It. DR. MINTIE treats alt Dis-
euacE i u cc ess fully without mercury.
ConniUaUon free. Thorough examination nnd advice, $5*00. Pi ice of VM Al
Restorative, $3*00 a bottle, or four
times the quantity, $10-00; sent lo nny
address upon receipt of price, or C O. D,,
secure from observation, and lu private
name if desired, by A. K. MINTIE,
H.n.
Those who cannot visit DR. MINTIE
in San Francteco shot-Id send a full and
minute BtiUi'inent ot their troubles with
$2tV00, and in return n full course of
Medicine will be forwiirded, securely
packed, so us not to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine D. O. D, must
be nccompnnied wllh SI.00 (as n guarantee of good faith), which will he deducted when (he package Is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FRKK.-Senl on
application by letter stating symptoms,
sex nnd ngc. Oonnniitiicntions strictly
confidential. jnySl-ly
II Kearney Slreel, Him Franrlsni, Cnl.
400 deary street,
Kan FranclBCO,Gal
[DM-INUB8 TO Till"AT W0-
_J   cessfully   by  llumt-utialliy
-» overy fnrm nf Siieclal ur Cfiroulu
mm l)|x[';ij-e whliout Mi'iruiy ur Natu
UJ si   Dru-m.    DIl.   I.IKIIIU'S
QT INVinollATOIt fsai-otdiivonn-l
Oiicrinitiicnt  curo   fur   ttemlnnl
.     WeakuoNs, Ncrvi'im mid I'liyslcal
_ Debility,   Uml   Manliiwd,  Vltnl
(O Kxbaustiiiii, and nil tbo terrible
i jjj rv-iultsdfnliUKed nature, uxcesi.
l(v- es nnd   yontbmi fullies.     Tim
mf-- iiiN'tur will sgreo In writing tn
lorlbtt 81,000 Tor noise tlint
lio uudortiikcN nnd fnlls tu curo.
Tbo ronsuu thousands can nut
n-i-t cured uf Ueniinnl Weakness
and tliu nbovo diseases is owing
to a complication ciltftl ProtU.
turrbon, which ri-ttulru- n special
rt-mit-tly.   DK,   I.IKUIU'H   IN.
Q VIIIOKATOll, Nu. 3, It a Si*.
__> clflo   Curo   fur   rrostatorrhea.
5f* Price of eitlior Invigorator, 13
O per bottlo, or 0 bottles itO. Sent
—* to uny nddnys securely covered
_ rroiuolMcrvitioii. Seminal Weak-
mm ness and Prostntorrben drain vl-
<rf tiillty frum tlio body and causo
S numerous diseases tliat baffle
ordinary inwUcnl treatinonl. If
allowed to contlnuo,1he uunatii-
- nil lost i-flects tho vital organs,
which causes destroying diseases,
Consumption, Dinlieti's, llrlght's Illssaso, Jaundice, Insanity, etc, Kxcosses, Non.uso, Abuse, la.
Iierlted Weakness, Malnutrition, Spinal and Cole-
Iiml Conipliiluts tirln-i on tbo nbovo fatal diseases.
Debility ami Soinlunf Weakness obstruct tho Important nnd necessary arts of life nnd their enjoy,
nionts. Cures Ounrantee. Diseases of tlieOenl-
tu-tlrlunryOrRans, Kidney, Uvur and llladdera
specialty. Tlio many cumplalnts ami diseases of
iK-im-n speedily cured- consultation at oflico or by
totter, free und confidential, lt-'sponsible partlei
can nrrimgt- piiymunts in (he same manner na tbey
would employ their tlunllyphysician. Strictest
secrecy miiintnlnod,
ONE   nOTTI.K   FREE.
licj-iiliir Siio Hot tie of either Invigorslor Sont
Free to show tlie wonderlul properties of the
tlreati'st InvlRomtor Knuwn to Mo-lorn Dc-lentlita,
BtAi> sym-itoins, lute, If mnrried, Ad,
Cull or nildr-'ss Di.. MKllIQ A C'l., No. -100
deary Street, corner Mason, San Francisco, Cal.
Private entrance, 4n,'* Mntiui Sfreul.
QttAiiriM) Attn ItKHPonstDL*.—Dlt. I-IKHKl A
CO, Or-*iiuiiiod In cuinplinnco with California law.
Diploma procured by regular college tilncatlou.
IT years special practice, aud duly licensed In accordance willi California Medical Law.       de3
DR. LIEBIC,
■G
1TOTIOE1.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I Intend to inuko Application to tho
Chiof Commissioner of Lands mid Work,
for permission to purchase 100 acres ot
land nt Port I.itnpson, described a. lol*
low,] SW ' section 32, township 1,
rango *| lOOaorcs.     3. 0. HAYNES.
Per 0. PrrriHDRioa; Att'y.
New Westminster, July 7,1883. [1 ..2m

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