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Array ■Provincial Sor
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Every Wednesday t Saturday,
ROBSON BROTHER8.
OFFIOf, CfilUMBM STREET. (NMMUi tl En-
tmmi mi buiineu iimumrimtiim t. r.
Puum ft Oo'S. Book 4 irtnoNor Iriit.
II«JI8«BvM«II, tUjoari $1 50 feed ireM.1
•1 fee 9 oiu, i PRIaule In Advaace.- Delleereil
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Wm. KsIIihn Tale.
Ih f. FtMil AtlVertlelig Agent, 21 Merebut'e
KxcllSMs., 8411 trrendHcu, leimtliurleod tQreeclve
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lltt 'fmlsli Columbian.
'W&
WedacMlay Mwulug, June 7,
Columbian.
-+i^i^i_
VOLUME 21
WESTMINSTER, B. G., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1882.
NUMBER 45
NPEECH
Dk^rmt nrnnff Hflts^o^CbMMcw.s
ON   *Tlt(!   lOTff UI.T. .BY  J.   A.   R.;
HoMia, I^sqvv  M* P.. >!ort Nkw
WK8TMIN8TKRj ON, THK OCCASION OF
TH« IIWUO'dDctlON OF ' Sul'PLKMHNT-
AltV EflTIMAm CONTAINING AN Af-
I'BOFRIATION FOR THK BSTADtlSH"
MBNT OF, A SAIiUON 'HatCHKRV ON
THE LOWER KlUSER.
During my eliprt utay at Ottawa I
find'that it is tho general opinion of
the people of- tho eastern provinces
that the resources of British Culuriibin
nre confined, principally to the salmon
fisheries. Our fisheries aro extensive,
but that,is not our only source of natural wealth. Wo have no diXtculty in
finding a market for our fish and could
dispose of five times aa many if wo hud
thorn. . Therefore it snows highly proper that the'Government should assist
in developing this vory important
industry hy: establishing hatcheries
which win enable us to supply tho continually increasing demand. Among
the other products of our provinco wo
have gold, silver, copper, load, nnd
iron. Tho gold and iron arc being developed at tho present time, but the
other metals will remain undeveloped
until cheap transportation can be afforded^ by tho railway now undor con-
ntruution, Thore aro also fertile valleys producing cereals, herds of cattle
and flocks of sheep. A market for the
cattle is found in the North-West Territory east of the Rocky Mountains
aud in Wnshinijttin Territory south of
the boundary. .Tho province is bolted
, with timber ex'tending from the northern to tho southern boundary, tho
markets for which lire England aud
1'Vance for spars; Mexico, South
America, Australia and China for assorted lumber, for which ports cargoes
nre "leaving every week in the year.
Tho coal beds are very extensive, and
the i-Jiality is such that it commands a
higher price iu tho San Francisco market than any other bitumeuous coal.
That muiket consumes 700,000 tons of
coal annually, contributed by different
eoal producing countries of tho world,
and when British Columbia coal brings
a higher price than any other in that
market it is sufficient evidence of its
superior Quality. British Columbia is
penetrated with rivors and ita coast
indented with harbors of the finest
description, containing the best qualities of fish, which, with proper supervision, will become one nf the most
important industries iu ,tho province.
This is the, general character of the.
natural resources of British Columbia,
whieh are now being developed by a
comparatively small population of 50,-
000 people, who last year exported
products of tho value of $1,200,000, of
which 81,400,000 according to the
official report wero products of the
fisheries, being nearly ouo-fottrth of
the whole amount of fish exported by
tlio Dominion. Lust year British Columbia contributed to tho Dominion
revenue $080,000, of which $001,000
were contributed by the customs alone,
it being more than one-lhtrd of tlio
amount contributed by Nova Scotia
with a population of 400,000, and about
■one-half the amount contributed by
New Brunswick with a population of
350,000.
This House has already appropriated
this session tho sum of $150,000 for
the fishermen on tho Atlantic coast
and 930,000 for hatcheries, making a
total of 9180,000 for the oastern provinces,   We now ask for #1,000 to
establish hatcheries, which in addition
to a previous appropriation, amount*-,
to $(1,000 or thereabouts, which sum I
>hink you will all ftgreo is vory reason-
Iblo when we consider the amount the
ivestern province contributes towards
ho fish   export   of   the Dominion.-
■Some complaints have been made that
ho Government are appropriating too
arge a sum for the hatcheries in view
if tho large appropriations for railway
mrposol in our provinco; but I think
t would be a vory unwise policy on
ho part of the Government, to refuse
o Assist these young and growing in*
lustries in any of tho provinces.    I
nay, however, say that thu Govern*
tent have taken a course which will
o satisfactory not-  only to British
-olumlmi but to nil tho oastern pro-
inces, in assisting these industries,
Ve admit that wo aro deriving great
euulits from tho construction of tho
'anndian Pacific Railway, aud expect
) derive greater benefits upon its com-
lotion; but at the Bame time wo can-
jbt admit that British Columbia is the
:ily province to bo benefitted by the
(.tension of that rend from tbo east-
■n base of tbe Rocky mountains to
) the Pacific ocean. . Wo boliovo the
.stern provinces will bo equally bone*
;tod if not more than British C'olmiv
a.   The people of the eastern pro
nces do not appear to realize the iin
irtant fact that upon the completion
the Canadian Pacific Railway to
irt Moody the markets of tho whole
icific coast, as well ai those of tho
ustralian colonies, China, Japan and
o whole of tho Asiatic coast, will be
en to their manufactures, and that
th tho vory efficient aud intelligent
iff of commercial travelling agents in
ti employ of the Dominion lnercan-
o community they will in it short
ie create an extensive and profitable
do with those countries, containing
population of  700,000.000 people,
E)ut to return to the fisheries, there
i throe distinct runs of salmon in
j Fraser river, suitable for canning
rposes.   Tho first makes ita appear*
*e  iu  tho river about the' 1st uf
ril and continuee to run in limited
uu.iibeM4ur.il $o.3QMttne. .Those
are cnllea Spring or^ijge salmon.,
They again mnke their appearance
about tho middle of August and run
in limited numbers for a period of six
weeks. These two runs of fish are
of a superior (juality,fikltd if they
could bo propagatfiliin Jfftcient numbers for canning prposeTtho Government would realize a large amount of
revenuo, both directly olid indirectly,
from tbe increased consumption of
dutiable merchandise bf tho persons
employed in this important industry.
The third run, of middle run, which
is called tho "Sockeyoi" makes its
appearance in. the river about tho 10th
July and continues, forjthirty days*
Every fourth year" this" fish runs in'
large numbers: the second year they
decrease one third, while tho next two
years thoy run in suoh^niitod numbers that they aro not profitable for
canning purposes. It is/rom this run
of fiali that seven-eighths of the fish
aro obtained for canning purposes.
The large fish which we wish to pro-
agate is the same kind which is caught
in the Columbia river in Oregon aud
tiie Sacramento river in California.
Last year the Columbia river packed
550,000 cases, the Sacramento river
200,000, and the Eraser rivor 1(10,000
cases, showing that tho Eraser is only
third in order of tho threo principal
salmon producing rivers on the coast.
Six years ago tho salmon fisheries on
the Sacramento river woro greatly reduced; but by the establishing of
hatcheries aud a proper supervision
thov brought their supply last year up
to 200,000 cases. Jf tho hatcheries
were so very successful on rhe Sacramento river, I do not seo why they
should not bo equally as successful on
the Fraser, aud increase our catch to
something near to what it is on tho
Columbia rivor. By establishing
hatcheries and propagating tho lr.rge
fish it would enable the canneries to
extend their tishing BeaBoji over a
period of fivo or six months, while
now tbe principal fishing season lasts
only about thirty days. It gives employment at the present timo to a population of 3,500 for a period of thirty
filly's, 3,000 for forty days, 2,500 for
fifty days, and 500 for the balance of
tho year. It would do away with the
difficulty which is experienced yearly
in obtaining such a large number of
persons to work so short a timo. It
would give employment to a largo
number of Indians which might otherwise become a burthen to the Government. It would increase the Dominion revenue very materially, and it is
to bu hoped that it would add to the
prosperity of those who invest thoir
capital-ill this branch of business,
from which all classes of the community would derive more -or less
bun u tit.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B
OOK BINDER,. PAEER- RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.    ■-»,
Government Street- Yictoria, B. C.
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN,
DKJ.I.BH   IK
MEAL MCHANDISE
GRANVILLE, B. I.,
MORTON   HOUSE,
SPKNOE'S BRIDGE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
THE ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
op'en for tho accommodation ol tlio
Public, anil the proprietor will endeavor
to deserve a fair share of patronage.
Tile very best of Wines, Liquors and
Cni.llts will always bo kept.
July I, 1881.
C.   MORTON.
anG
Scientific ^Hisccllanij.
In some interesting experiments Dr.
Liebenbei-g has shown that thu presence uf lime iu the suil is absolutely
necessary for the genu.nation of many
plants, while many other** do uot seem
to reduire it at all.
Tho French physiologists Pernor
and Reiner havo found that, properly
speaking, star-fishes have no blood circulation at all, as what has hitherto
boon supposed to bo the heart iu these
animals is simply a gland.
It has been noticed that wines, especially when hard aud acid, aro improved in flavor by thu passage of au
electric current chrough them. The
electricity is claimed to have tho same
effect as age, mellowing tho wines by
tho decomposition of tho bitartritc uf
potash.
The electric light was used in a recent search for threo persons who had
lost their way in an attempt to ascend
a peak nf the Alps. Thu use of tho
light was uot successful, but tho idea
seems to have been a good one, aud ill
many, similar cases might servo to
direct the wanderers.
Tho Central Bureau of the weather
service of France receives daily ninety-
seven telegrams from foreign p.irts,
and fifty-two from Franco. From these
telegraphic reports the woatjjijr probabilities aro calculated for eight agricultural and four maritime districts,
to winch warnings are telegraphed.
Eighty-two pur cont. of the predictions
thus sent out havo been justified.
Tbe question of the existence of
earth-tides, or tissilliitions uf thu
earth's crust corresponding to those
produced in thu sea by the attraction
of the moon, is being investigated by a
British commission, A pendulum is
so suspended that its slightest motion
turns a mirror and causes the point of
light reflected hy it upon a distant
.screen to move very perceptibly. The
pendulum is proved to be in continual
change uf position for the motion of
the reflected light is incessant, and so
irregular that it is hardly possible to
determine its moan position on tho
screen within five or six inches, -
i». pry,
Contractor and Builder.
l'MXS and SI,liCIFl(!,.TI0*fS CAKE.
FULLY -I.UHi OUT.
ALSO AflKST FOR TIlK
Asphalt Roofing Company.
This is the BKHT and CHEAPEST
Roofing now in use. Call mid examine
.model roof.
tW Shop comer of Mackenzie k Clark-
son Streets, New Westminster.    npl2
FIRE INSURANCE.
TIIE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, • £»,000,000 Sterling
Risks accepted at   Current Rates of
Premium by
JOHN C BROWN,    '
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminster.
SELLING OFF I
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
TIIE KNTtUB STOOK OK
Furniture,   Picture*,   Mouldings,
Willi rupee, nnd Undertaker.1*'
(ioods,
Iii tho Store lately occupied by David
Withrow.
Orders for (foods which arc not on
hand will be filled from Victoria on short
notice.
For further particulars, apply on the
promises, Columbia Street, Vew*Westminster, or to
J.   SEHL,
Victoria, 11. C.
BOOTS, and SHOES
ruoM -i
HfA'T HORN'S
Boot & Slioe Maimfactory,
He TOR*! A,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
ft. THOMiAS,
Shop under the,new OddfoUpw Hall, Col
um'biaat., New Westminster.
E8*(ABLlS!lEa 1S59.
■    — (ft
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite this Colonial Hold,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
rnHK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
X.   assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hnnd, and supplied to Families, Kestait rants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICKS,
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND—
MUSICAL ISTOMTS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A tine Asssortment; from $2/i to ?00,
—AT—
BAtilVALL & CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
G0VM.NJIKJIT STRKKT, VICTORIA.
J, SAGNALL,
PlASOFOltTB itOlUlAN TlW'KIl k llKfAIUKlt
ROYAL  CITY
IX.XMITIID)
HAVE ON HAND AND ABE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
-ALL PESCIUPTIOS8 Ot^-
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Eliint.iiil.s.iPiSi
Ing, SliapiiiK,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPEOVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES  A  SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Manager.
I'lJIIB CLYDESDALE STALLION
"GLENGARRY."
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. c,
K.IW   HllV'i,    KliT   liTTIMi,    LOCKSMITH. <TTTI.KRV <.ll!ll \l>.
Ht'lHSUlM >,ll.tKI>K.VKIe,
SEWING MACHINES
CIi';imul nml Itt-Kiiieil.   Machine
NociIIbs for Snlo.
I niiirrlliKi .11 rn-it'll, nml liriirrnl ttvpnlr*
llltf IUHll> ilonc.
Ammunition of nil kiiult*. A full ussoi-t-
iiiunt of Ku'loa-iing Tools, anil everything
rcfjuiml by a Sportsman. liin.ES, Shot
Cons, Hevolvkiw, nml Fisuixa 'J'aoklk
for sale. d24y
ADVANTAGES OF THE
An    expedition,    under   Edward
Sohuiflelin, a well-known Arizona ex*
fhirer, haa been fitted   out in San
riuicisco for tho purposo of exploring
tho valley of the Yukon river, Alaska.
Are you a martyr to headache 1 Suffer
no longer. A remedy la found in Burdock Blood Bitten. Tt rcgulatea the
Bowela, clomisrs the syfltem, ntlaya nervous irritation nnd restores health and
vigor.   Sample bottle 10 cents.
Thousands suffer untold miseries from
Nervotiti Weakness, pain in the back,
nnd other distressing symptom* arising
from disordered' Kidneys. Burdock
Blood Bitten is the Sovoreign remedy.
Trial bottles 10 cents.
All those pninfnl nnd distressing diseases and irrognlnritios peculiar to the
female sex may bo promptly mired hy
Burdock Blood Hitters. It regulates
every organ to a healthy action.
GOAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils of Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
THE BEACON LIGHT is
an Oil of High Test -with a light gravity,
which makes the Oil a protection against
explosion.
Ono Ordinary Burner given n (Brilliant) Light equal to Ten Cundle
Lights I
Its odor is not offensive.   The Beacon
Light Oil is
FREE  FROM SMOKE & SMELL.
In point of Economy, thu Beacon Light
Oil is
l¥M EXPENSIVE tHAJt OTHKR OIU).
The Consumer burning ono light—for
Pour Hours— will not consumo over Ono
Gill, or ono thirty'"eeoitd part of a Gallon, whieh does not tax tho Consumer
more than Two Cents for a whole night.
OPPEXHEIMKR BROS.,
foi       ,   Solo Agents, Victoria, B.C.
FIRST PRIZE AT OREGON STATE
and District Fairs. Dam and Sire
imported from Scotland; color, brifflit
dappled bay'} height, .17 hands; weight,.
1800 lbs. Will make the season at own*
ev's farm near Victoria.
a? xi mac 8 a
Skaso.v—§30, due when Alarc sent.
iss'oniSOE—540, duo when Marc iu
foal.
Mares served nt risk of owners,
Marks Fnpai Mainland met at Steamer at Victoria and returned to same; no
extra charge whatever.
AXiflO
"YOUNG HAMBLETONIAN"
From "Pathfinder" Mure, to a few Mares
at S-'o the Benson,
J. V, FEMBERTON,
npl2 Victoria, Box 24."
SEVEN THOUSAND!
AOEES
DYKED LANDS
FOU SALE.
Tho undersigned offer
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PttlCKS.
Liberal Terms or Payment given to
ll(i ii a Ddo Selllers.
Thcae LuikIb aro of oxcollent quality,
ami a largo rwrtion of them is ready for
tho plough.
WOODS k TURNER,
Now WeatlnhiBtor,
E. M. JOHNSON,
Viotorla,
Or
ocS
C. II. SWORD,
Riverside.
Puiwlt
Vk'UKTilILK
Highly rceonuneniled
for     MlloMtirM,
llrad'Ache. Con*
.llliallon.lnillgM.
Hon. Dlntnru, Hrwlbarn,
Kail Brralh. Uh or Ap.
liellle. JannoTCf, LoM or
tlr-mory, Hour smmneii, Mirer rom-
blttt*.*.0' any i |[ni isa arising from tho Slom-
nil, llnivelsor Klilnrya. They anaafe,
':ii:,ti.i.i!rhii:v>iehlutlulraction, nomltal
1,,i!sl""'""'.'IIK)K»3r.PI«IM»«.
J. H. PLEACEI CO.
IMI'imTEItS ASD DEALERS IS
STOVES,
BA.NGES, &a, &a.
House Furnishing Go ids.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING GOODS.
A full assortment'constantly on hnnd, nt
the LOWKST MARKET RATES.
Tinware manufactured on tha premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to.
IIOMSROOIi'H STOKE 111 II DIM..
V'« MfsdjihiHlrr.
COLONIAL
HOTEL
MILUMMA STREET,
New  Westminster, B, C.
GO TO THE
SAN FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
ANT) GET   YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
P>OOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY
}   description mado to order, nml repaired, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
—TO   A—■
MAJTS   BOOS.
The highest CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
Oitobite tiie Bask.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
I Old Bkoah St. nnd III Faix Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
1-jlOR INSURING HOUSES it OTHER
; Bnlhlinga, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Mannfnutm-iiig and Farming Stouk,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of auoh Vessels j also, Ships building nnd repairing, 'Harges nnd other Vessels on navignblo rivors and canals, aud
Qoods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1.600,000 stg.
Rates of Premium and every information can lie obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for N«w Wontmintiter.
HAVING PURCHASED AND
completely re-furnished and
otherwise greatly improved this
well-known establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce that it is
now
lOFEsnxr
f rati »i   .
For tho reception of Guests.
Conviently located and well Appointed in every department,  with
BATH ROOMS
And nil the most modern nppli-
itiicea, it will bo found in every
respect the best, ns It Is the largest
and most cohiliiodious, Hotel on the
Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best
ninnngemciit both ns regards crisis i:
and attendance, nud parties desiring
them can have comfortable Private
Dining ROOIttS, With special attendance.
Tho
BAR  ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Wines
nud Li-'juors, and the best brands of
Cigars will always be kept on hand.
The
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and
provided with Stiuklk's Patent
CUSHION TABLES,   the best in
SST Good attendance nnd moderate charges.
J. E. INSLEY,
PltOI'lIIETOIt k MAKAQttR.
April 4, 18S2. hp3
gov §>st!c or to $tnt.
FOR SALE:
rpHREK YOfclS OF GOOD WORK
I    OXEN' Wei! broken and in good
Order;
For particulars apply td
my31 A. INNES, Langley.
FOR RENT:
mHE EAGLE HOTEL, FRONT-ST.*'
J    Now Westminster*   opposite   the;
Wharf; with a License'.
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
nlli22 Land Agent.
BRICKS FOR SALE.
THE SUBSClHUtiR HAS A KILtf
of excellent bricks for sate clfcapt
Delivery anywhere'.
/     ' t. McKAYi
New \Vestniiii8ter,
June 24, 1881. jn2S
70RSALE1r LEASE,
Riverside Farm, Matequi,
,.      ID  WHOI.K  OKMWT,'   *■"!'■
CONTAINING THEEE HUNDEEfi
\j aci-es Dyked Land, of wliich 250 acreB
could easily be put under crop for next
WITH WIIIHF SO FEKT FIIOXT, and
AMPLE BAK-i AMI OTHER
BUIMIIMi   U'tOimoUATIOl*.
Apply to
oc9
C. B. SWORD,
Riverside.
DAIRY  FARM
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE   FARM   CONSISTS OF  32G
Acres, in Nio'da Valley, known aft
P. L. Anderson's Ranch, of which a partis suitable for crop.   It is situated about.
3 mites from the Public Hall and Road..
Also—7.j Milk Pans, Churn, nnd till
the implements necessary for Dniryini.
Also~20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to
P. L. ANDERSON,
ap5tc Nicola Lake. '
FARM for SALE
THE UNDERSIGNED BEING DE-
sirous, on account of failing healtb,
to retire fmm business, -.Hers for sale hia
first-class Dairy Farm, situated on Str.n.v*
Prairie, consisting of 520 acres, of whicli
about 1(10 acres are under fence. Thero
is a good Orchnrd on the place, Dwelling
House, Dairy, Bams, Stables, kc, kc
Tlio Dairy Stock, Horses, Ac, will ha
sold with Farm if desired.
Tkiims—Ono half of purchase mon".1
payable at time of purchase; the bala o
at rwiHoiinble rate of interest ontuuew
suit purchaser.
For particulars apply to
CHESTER CHADSEY,
my24-.ini Suma--,
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD  INLET.
Kewly Built nnd Newly Furnlslicd,
Larue iind Commodious.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND,
Commands an uubi-okcn view  of that
iiiii.i.Miiii'-ciit sheet of water; known as
Conl Hnrbor, the future terminus
of   tho   Cnnndinn   Pacific
Railway.
M1TH    OF    BOOIIN    I'OR    1.4 Mll.lt>,
Sir Visitors nnd Tourists will find it a
quiet und pleasant resting place.
The scnlo of charges will be found to
bo strictly moderate.
Oood stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNI0N,
0R0 RESTAURANT
(01,1)1111.1 STKKKT,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
(ESTABMSIIBD 1800.)
THIS WELL KNOWN AND MOST
conveniently located estab-lislimont,
having been pnrcliflBcd liy the under-
aignod, will ho conducted aa a FIRST-
CLASS
BOARDING    HOUSE,
Under the personal Biir,cr!ntendeiico of
Mrs. Daouett.
Board k Lodging per Week #1 00
Board alono per Week  5 00
Singlo Moala      H>
ar Tlio Mall Stages leavo this Honao
(or Burrard Inlet twice a day.
S. W.  DAGGETT.
May II, 18S1.
WANTED:
FOR NICOLA VALLEY-A OOOD
Farm Hnnd, who can milk and
nmloretailds tho driving and earo ol
Horses, and make hinisolf generally useful.   Wugcs~S,10 per month,
Apply to TKAPP BROS.,
aplJ New West.
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE  FOR
Church or Parlor.
Au-OCTAVEMoson&Haiii
Iin Cabinet Organ, witli 2 full sets ot
reeds, sub-bnss, octavo coupler, vox hv
intiiut, grand organ, nnd knee swell, "
stops. This organ is now used, in th.
Methodist Church, nnd is street toned
and in good order. Will be sold for.SIot;
cash, ns it is intruded to pmcuro a more
powerful one. This is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T. R. PRARSOX k CO.,
Stationers & Music Dealers,
fc-Uc New Westminster.
TO    LEASE,
ON EASY TERMS FOR FIVE TEARS,
HAZELWOOD    FARM,
CONTAINING   ABOUT 875 ACRES,
Situntcd on the Right lVink of the Fraaer,
11 Miles nbovc Now Westminster.
GOOD DWELLING HOUSE, STABLE, HAY
SHED AND OUTBUILDINGS.
ThcC. 1', Railway punning through the
land will ensure a good market for produce
Four steamers a week each way can
hind within twenty yards of the buildings,
For pnrtieiilnrs npplv to
J. ROLAND HKTT,
Barrister, Victoria,
Or G. E. CORBOULD,
my'24 Buj'i'ister, Now West,
FOR  SALE:
THE   UNDERMENTIONED   PRO-
porty.
City of New Westminster:
LOT  4,   BLOCK   10,
"     10,        " 32,
"     12,        "        ,12,
12,
24,
District ol New Westminstor:
Lot 210, Oroup I„ North shore Fmt
Moody,
Lot 102, Oroup I„   Suuth aide I'rat
Moody,
Lot 1111, Group ]., near Hastings, i .
rard Inlet,
Lot 302, Oroup I., False Creek,
Lot 110, Oroup II., South hank Fraser
River,
Lots  147, 148,  IMI, Oroup II., South
hank, Fraser River,
Lot Olla, Oroup II., South hank Frasajj
River.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
mhl'8 Land Agen: ■Wtt
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Tenders,.,.....-,*.,.,.W. H. Keary
Municipal Notice.,,,, J. Orr
Dominion Day L. E. Mclnnes
S260 Reward.. H. Elliott and J. Wise
Now or Never..,,... .Photo. Gallery
Iht gSritish dloltiinbinn.
H«l.e..l«> Homlnr. Joue ), im.
The Way to Death!
These words might not inappro-
priately be placed ovor the entrance
to tlie provincial lunatic asylum.
Imramod in that dismal prison-
house, sane persons would be apt to
become lunatics. That insane persons should either recover reason or
retain physical health in such a place
seems extremely improbable indeed.
Confined in rooms with windows too
high to admit of seeing objects outside, the poor unfortunates are doomed to pan long weary days in self-
communing or in listening to the
monotonous and incoherent jabbering! of their fellows. Occasionally
taken into tho open air, they are allowed to run in a large, bare yard,
surrounded by a high board fence
and destitute of tree, shrub, flower
or any object calculated to please the
eye or attract the attention—pelted
by the merciless storm in bad weather, and scorched by the broiling
sun in hot weather. Inside and out
there is nothing calculated to please
the senses or amuse the mind. Are
such conditions, is imprisonment in
such a place, calculated to promote
the recovery of a disordered intellect) Are they conducive to mental
or physical health! Most certainly
not We ara not aware how many,
if any, are discharged alive. It may
be possible for one's reason to return
even in spite of these most unfavorable circumstances; but we should
imagine the cases of recovery must
indeed be rare. To the great bulk
of those who have the misfortune to
pass through that gate it must prove
the way to death. What would we
dot Take in a generous sweep of
ground now lying waste, and have
these unfortunates, or such of them
as ara fit for it, employed in reclaiming and beautifying it. Have it laid
out it pleasure ground, or iiarkrre,
provided with shade trees and arbors. The very work of cultivating
and beautifying these grounds would
afford healthful recreation, and the
after enjoyment of their fragrant
beauty could hardly fail in exerting
a beneficial influence on both body
and mind. These would be but preliminary to establishing the "cottage
system," attended with such happy
results in Ontario. All this could,
with proper management, be accomplished with very little expense, the
most of the work being done by the
inmates themselves. That the unfortunates who become inmates of
(hat.institution would be greatly
more likely to recover under such
improved circumstances and civilized
modes of treatment goes without
saying; and there would be the con.
scions satisfaction of doing all that
oan be done towards ameliorating
their condition. As matters now
stand, that institution is, as compared with similar institutions in
the other provinces, a disgrace to
British Columbia. We would not
be understood as in the slightest degree reflecting on the management
of the gentleman in charge, Under
the circumstances, probably every
thing is being done that can be done
towards promoting health and comfort ; but, under the circumstances,
anything like proper treatment is
simply impossible I
held alternately at Victoria and Now
Westminster, nnd another Main-
lander, Robt. Stevenson, Esq., of
Chilliwhack, has been placed on the
Directory—W. H. Ladner, Esq.,
having previously been on the board.
It must be admitted, however, that
two out of fourteen is by no means
adequate representation for this important section of the province.
There is still far too much Victoria
domination about it to take well on
tho Lower Fraser. These are, however, matters that can be righted
afterwards, uud considerations of
that kind should not hinder our
farmers taking an. active part in the
work of the association. The selection of Mr. Stevenson was a natural
and proper one. He was amongst
the largest and most successful exhibitors last year, the following
prises having been corried off by
stock either exhibited by him or
sold by him on that occasion to the
parties exhibiting the same: 2nd
prize for grey stallion, "Oregon
Prince;" 1st prize for pair matched
carriage horses (sold to Mr. Sold);
1st prize for saddle horso; 1st prize
for buggy horse (sold to Mr. Hum-
ber); 1st prize for ladies' riding horse
(loaned to Mrs. Tillbury for tho occasion). Let the farmers of this the
queen agricultural district come forward, and they will not only make
creditable showing as exhibitors,
but they will very soon be in a position to insist upon a dne share in
the management of the affairs of the
association. How shall this bo gone
about? Let the Chilliwhack Agricultural Society, the only organization
of the kind in the District, so far as
wo are aware, take the initiative,
and let it correspond with the people here and in other parts of the
District with a view to holding a
public meeting or convention for the
purpose of promoting general co
operation. Nor is there much time
to be lost. Between seed time nnd
harvest would uppear to bti tho most
favorable time. In conclusion, it
seems questionable whether the date
fixed for the exhibition is not rather
early to enable the farmers in this
part of the provinco to do justice
either to fruit or root crops; but
that point can be discussed by the
farmers when they get together.
tively listened to in the House and ox-
tensively road in tlio newspapers, thoy
will do much towards making this
Province properly understood; and to
be understood is to be appreciated.
It is not often that a new member
makes such a creditable showing during tho first session ns Mr. Homer has
done, and when it is remembered that
the session was more than half over before he reached the capital, it must be
admitted even by hia opponents that
the queen district of tho Pacific province did not make an unwiso choice.
Indeed it is admitted, for already we
find tho organ of the faction that opposed him singing his praises.
Agricultural Association.
We have to acknowledge the re
ceipt of a quite presentable pamphlet
containing the constitution and regu
lations of the British Columbia
Agricultural Association, together
with the programme and prize list
for the exhibition to be held on the
27th, 28th, 29th and 30th of Septcin
ber next, and also a list of the prizes
awarded at the exhibition held last
year. Although hitherto almost ex
cliwively under local management,
th* association has claimed provincial status, and it was as a provincial association that it obtained an
appropriation of 81,000 this year.
In referring to it on former occasions,
we felt it our duty to point out that
ao long as it was under Island management and held its exhibitions exclusively there it could not properly
ba regarded as provincial. Since
then tome effort has been made to
place it on a broader basis with a
view to securing Mainland sympathy
and co-operation. It has been agreed
(hat (he annual exhibitions shall be
Editorial Notes.
In an article by no means free from
blemish, the Standard gives somo
wholesome advice to electors. Alluding to tho numerous candidates seeking legislative honors, it advises electors to be on their guard, and uot be
led prematurely into making promises
which they might have occasion to regret afterwards. It is to bo hoped
this sage advice will bo acted upon in
all the constituencies. The grand aim
should be to select the vory best available men, and the best men are not
always first in the field. It is quite
common at an election to hear the remark: "0,1 wish I had known you
were coming out; but I have promised
Smith." Don't promise "Smith" or
anybody else until you are in a position to choose the best of the lot offering. 	
Whon tho proposition to make provision for an annual payment of $160,-
000 towards developing the sea fisheries
of the Atlantic provinces came
before the House of Commons, Mr.
DeCosmos made a very sonsible speech,
urging Columbia's claim to its share of
the money. Mr. DeCosmos got somewhat astray, however, when dealing
with statistics. Ho placed the total
take of fish in British Columbia last
year at 81,454,331, whereas that was
the value of what ws exported. The
total take is estimated in tho official
returns at 16,330,321- a very different
amount. Ho was also vory much under the mark in stating that "tho produce of British Columbia amounted to
nearly one-fifth of the total export of
fish." The fact is the total produce of
this province was vory noarly oquf.1 to
the whole export of the Dominion,
our own included, while our export
came very much nearer one-fourth
than one-fifth of the total export. The
statistics, as given by Senator Mclnnes and Mr. Homer wore correct.
Probably in no session of tho Dominion Parliament sinco the extonsion
of confederation to tho shares of the
Pacific has more been done towards
making Columbia nnd her immense resources better known than during the
one just concluded, and of all the Districts, primps New Westminster has
most reason to feel proud of her representatives in both branches of parliament. In our last issue wo published
a report uf tho able and practical speech
delivered by Sonatur Mclnnes upon
the important subject of tho marine
wealth of this province. This morning
we publish a report of the equally able
and, if possiblo, still more practical
speech delivered on the same subject
by Mr. Homer. Such speeches as
these cannot fail to do good.   Atten-
NOW or NEVER
THK FLOATING PHOTOGRAPHIC
Gallery will remain only a few dayB
longer. Those who have work will please
call and get it. jn7
W1
TENDERS
ILL BE RECEIVED   UP   TO
Noon of tho Kith in st., for the
ipplying of Meat and Vegetables to the
Royal Columbian Hospital   to the 1st
April, 1883.
Tenders to be sent to
VV. H. KKART,
Hon. Bee.
New West., Juno fi, 1882. jn7
HMML NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that a Court of Revision will bo
held at tlie Municipal Council Chambers,
on Saturday thb 15th Day ok Jtn.Y,
1882, at 12 o'clock noon, for tho purpose
of bearing complaint***., if any, agamst tho
Assessment Roll for the year 1882,
By Order,
JAMES ORR, C. M. C.
New Westminster, June 5, 1882.       jn7
DOMINION DAY.
AT THE MEETING HELD ON
Saturday last, at the Hyiick Hall,
His Worship the Mayor was instructed
by a unanimous vote, to telegraph an
invitation to the citizens of Nanaimo and
Wellington to join us at this eity, iu
aelebrating Dominion Dny. It was also
resolved that a meeting should be called
for this (WEDNESDAY) evening to
complete arrangements for the celebration.
jn7 L. R. McINNES, Mnyor.
$250 REWARD!
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE
paid by the undersigned for such
information as will lead to the conviction of the party or parties who, un Sunday the 21st May Inst, started fires on
Suburban Lot I, Block 12 (west of Douglas street cemetery), and on the ridge iu
the rear of Sappcrton, whereby a large
quantity of cordwood and other property
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
—Importers »sd Dealers is—
Books & Stationery,
FARCY CQ0B8,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
South Side of Columdu St. ,
New   Westminster, B. C.
The largest and best-selected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of British Columbia,
comprising History, Poetry, Biography,
Science, Fiction, and General Literature,
A full stock of the Seaside Library just
received, including tho latest numbers.
School Books.
All the authorized books for Public and
High Schools. Also, School Requisites
in great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, etc.
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes and qualities.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very complete, nnd
ns tlte goods have been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable,
terms, prices will compare favorably with
those ot any other establishment in the
Province, Foolscap Papers, Letter Pnp-
ers, Note Papers, Bill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrap-
pine, nnd other Papers. Somo beautiful
designs in Fancy Noto Papers from London and Paris. An immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colore and prices.
■ ' i.i •   -  ^gastma^s^sm^SM
■KSsm
Fcincy Goods.
A very largo variety of Fancy Goods always on hand, to which additions are being constantly made.
was destroyed.
HENRY ELLIOTT,
JOSEPH WISE.
Now Wort., June 6, 1882.
jn7-lm
WANTED:
A   GIRL   TO   DO   GENERAL
Housework.
Apply to   MRS. J. CUNNINGHAM.
New Westminster, Juno 2, 1882,    jn.l
IMDON E. CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
NOTICE.
HAVING CLOSED OUT THK
"Popular Market," I desire to
thank n-.y numerous patrons for prist
favors, and to notify all those whose
accounts are still unpaid that nu early
Battlement is rendered nbsulutely necessary.
W. J. FRENCH.
ji.3
Now Westminster, June 2, 1882.
B. C. PENITENTIARY.
TENDERS FOR THE UNDER-
tneiitinned Supplies will lie received
by tbo Warden till noon on Thursday,
June Iii:
Beef per  lb.
Bread (brown)  "    "
"     (white)  "    "
•Brogans  "   pr.
"Brooms  " doz.
"Blankets  "   pr,
Coal Oil (best brand in the
market  " gal.
Coal  " ton,
*Syrup  "I, gal.
'Pepper  "   lb.
*Rlco  "    "
•Soap  "    "
Salt (course)  " 10011m
Salt(fine)  "    "
•Tobacco  "   lb.
•Tea..  "    "
•Vinegar  "I. gal.
•Lamp Glasses  " do/.,
Salmon (fresh)  "   lb,
Salmon (salt)  "    "
•Oatmeal  "    "
•Sugar  "    "
Tenders to be addressed to the Warden, and to be on printed forms only,
which may be obtained at the Penitentiary.
Samples of articles marked • may ho
seen on application at the Penitentiary.
ARTHUR II. MoBRIDK,
jn3-4t ' Warden B. C. Penitentiary,
REWARD!
ON 25TH   INST.,  3 CHINAMEN
woto drowned at Lytton.   $10 will
bo paid for the recovery of each body.
SPUZZUM CHARLEY,
Or KWONG LEE k CO., Yale,
my31-lm
Miscellaneous.
A very large and complete stock of miscellaneous articles such as aro usually
found in a stationery establishment.
Speef acles., E j-e-CJlumt*,
Playing Cards, Visiting CariU,
Business Cards-. Card board,
Card Cases,  Vases, Games-.
Inks of all kinds,
Iiikntaiidi—plain and fauey,
Photo. Albums* Pictures,
Autograph  Albums,  Toys,
Scrap It no   •• Purses,
Wilt In   Desks, Gold Pens,
'   Ladles* Work Baskets,
Gentlemen's Dressing Cases,
Splints, Velvet Frames, too., toe.
Pianos & Organs.
Having made unusually favorable arrangements with some of tbe lending Piano
milkers in Boston, New York, Balti
more, aud elsewhere, wc arc able to otter a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at little more than has heretofore been
asked for a very inferior instrument. We
havo the exclusive agency in this Province
for the tine Pianos manufactured hy Henry F. Miller, of Boston. A number of
these Pianos, imported hy us, are now in
this city, and they are undoubtedly tho
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRICE
ever brought into this country. We aro
also agents for the Knnhe Pianos, the
Stcinwny, the Weber, the Decker, and
others, any one of which wc can supply on
the most favorable terms. We are agents
in this province for the Dominion Organ
1'O'n. Or {.'HUH (of Bowmanville, Out.), and
W. Bell & Go's, Organs (of Guelph,
Ont.), and the leading America it Organs.
Persons Intending, to Purohase
a Piano or Organ of any kind, Canadian,
American or European, will find it to their
advantage to communicate with ns.
L
HOUSE
Sheet Music.
The largest assortment of Vocal and Instrumental Music to Ik. found anywhere
on the Mainland. Solos, duets, trios,
quartettos, choruses, both secular and
sacred. A fine collection of the very best
I'iano Solos, carefully selected by some of
tho best pianists in tho east, Sheet music
sold at Now York priccB.
Music Books.
Always on hand, a good assortment of
Instruction Books for Piano, Organ, Violin, etc. Tho now and enlarged edition
of Richardson's Piano Method, Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music bonks,
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
in stock will be ordered promptly.
COMPLETE
1 d I
I
:j.v'.*
TRftPP
BROTHERS,
Insurance.
Wo are agents for tho North Dhitisii
a.vd Mkikmntii.e Frnr. Inbuhanob Co.;
Capital, $10,000,000 ; Losses paid, $>.v
000,000. Also, the Confederation Live
Association, offering the lowest rates on
tho best security of any company doing
business in Canada,
T, R. PEARSON & 00„
Columbia it. (botwoi'D 0, O. Major's and James
Cti-aiil iift-biiii.'*•),
Nov Westminster, B.C.
GOODS!
CONSISTING OP
Brocaded Silks and
Satins, in all shades,
New Ombre Trimmings,
Black & Colored Cashmeres 6c Merinoes,
New French Satin
Merveilleux,
Black & Colored Velveteens,
Athol  Glaces,   in  all
shades,
Black Paramatta
Cloths, &c, &c,
Oatmeal, Niagara,
Lace Stripes, Foulards,   Momies,  and
other Cloths,
White  and  Colored
Piques, in all the newest styles,
India, Mull, Nainsooks, & Swiss Muslins, Lace and Muslin Curtains,
New Neck Rufflings,
Silk Scarfs, Fichus,
Chenille   Necklets,
Latest   styles   in    Silk
Handkerchiefs, Silk
Cords ami Tassels, in
all shades,
GLOVES,
Jerseys, in Black, Silk and
Lisle, in all shades,
TheNew Laced Kid Gloves,
A fine assortment of Feathers Flowers, Ribbons, and New Millinery Trimmings,
A good line of Hosiery,
A large stock of Men's and
Boys' Straw Hats,
Men's and Boys'Clothing
succEasons to
R.W. DEANE MO.
$&^^£z~j£^j9m£g-K..
WE HAVE GREAT
pleasure in announcing the arrival of our first
lot of
New Goods!
From England and the East,
wliich we hnve just received
as follows:
Per steamer "VICTORIA,"
78 CASES;
Per steamer "G.W. ELDER,"
15 CASES;
Per sailing vessel "YUCA,"
6 CASES;
Making a Grand 1 otal of
NINETY-NINE CASES
Of NEW GOODS, consisting of
STAPLE & FANCY
DRY GOODS,
MEN'S & BOYS'
CLOTHING,
Men's & Boys'Hats,
(IN STRAW & PELT),
CARPETS,
MATS,
FLOOR CLOTHS,
HARDWARE,
&c,   &c.
• AVWUt
--   r> ''i.il'i !>!(!'» f(   fl
:■:'■'  !    :    •   '   '   '
iri3 tt i.+f, -n-j- tj,
r t ,ici »-«•- XXJu .
.amis v« »«i']i   ;  a
iaO.fi
!> mum »
■ILUKERY & DIESSMAIUSG
DONE  ON  THE   PREMISEB  IN
THE LATEST  STYLES.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
Cor. Columbia it Mary Sts.
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR, after 21 years of mercantile life in this City, begs
leave to report to his numerous Patrons that his Business
is prosperous and the outlook
for the future is bright. We
hope to do a big trade during
the present year. We have
now in stock a complete assortment of
With some heavy shipments
on the way from the Eastern
Markets. We are buying
for Cash, getting large discount's, which 'enables us to
sell at much lower rates than
formerly. We are determined to keep the Columbia
House to Ihe front, making
it, ns it has been for years,
the leading mercantile House,
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that we
can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any other
House in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer.
New West., Feb. 8,1882.       fell     "
FASHIONABLE
MILLINERY
DRESS-MAKING!
OFF. MR. (JlNMNeiUJI-S,
Columbia St., New West.
These Goods we are now
opening.
COME AND SEE THEM
As we intend selling at Bed-
Rock Prices for Cash, as we
have still larger consignments
to arrive.
Our stock is now as complete' as any in town, and
our prices the lowest.
Further particulars next
week.
TRAPP BROS*
mHE UNDERSIGNED TAKES
1. pleasure in announcing to tlie Ladies of New Westminster tnd surround*
ing country that she lins received and
opened out a fine assortment of the Newest And most Fashionable Goods from
Han Francisco and Eastern Markets, and
Bhe is now prepared to execute all orders
in Millinery and Dressmaking with
promptness aud care. The latest fashions
always on hand. Fancy Goods of beautiful design and workmanship. No pains
will be spared to satisfy customers. AU ,
are cordially invited to call and examine
our goods and fashions, apl5
MRS. D. A. MACDONALU.
H. MOREY
Has opened the stork ad-
joining the City Hotel, Columbia
Street, whero he will lell, cheap for
CASHi- ',''•
Groceries,
Tobacco,
Cigars,
candles, Ac
By careful attention to business he
hopes to merit a share of the' Public
patronage.
New Weit., April 20,1883.        apK
NOTICE TO FISHERMEN
AND OTHERS.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT
the curing of Salmon Belliis,
apart from the Backs, ia not allowable,
unless the remainder/of the Fish be utilised for food, either by salting, or otherwise. •' :.--"' -i' L\»!
ALEX. C. ANDERSON,
Inspector of Fisheries,
New Westminster,
30th May, 1882. rnySMm
BLiCESMITTO
(AT BRUNETTE MILLS.)
HAVING ENGAGED THE BER-
vices of Mr. Jah, Spiers, and
fitted our Shop with a-tet of Orat-claae
Tools, we aro in a position to turn .out
tho best quality of work in this line.
myl3
DlBECK B80S!-*.*€Cv mtm
llu $vitfeh iSoIttmhiirit.
Wedaesda; Itoralafl JiMfc », ISM,
J. A. R. iMer will be * candidate for tbe representation of New
Westminster District In the House
or Commons, at the approaching
election.; \k ;■..■.
The nocturnal music of the cowbell haa ceased from the. city.
The Wimbledon team will sail on
the 24th of June by the- Polynosian
for England!''
B. W. Peine, Esq., is a candidate
for the representation of Viotoria in
theCoinnioitt.':   '._"
Mr. Hoy has just completed a very
handsome cottage on Agnes atreot for
Mr. Chris, lee.
There is an opportunity, for jnme
nne to earn *250 very easily. Don't
all speak at once.
McCarthy, tlm Winnipeg incendiary,
has been sentenced to the penitentiary
for fourteen years.
A considerable tract of land on English Bay was sold the other day at
1200 sn sere, cash down.
The atr. Princess Louise, with the
mails, had hot' errived at the time of
going to press last night.
Unusual freshets in the Quesnelle
and other rivers taking their rise in
the mountains are reported.
The steamer Western Slope, Capt.
Moore, arrived from Yale on Monday,
'and proceeded on to Viotoria.
It is now believod that the local
elections in British Columbia will be
held late in June or early in July.
Two Ontario gentlemen have been
picking up considerable country land
,n thia District during the past few
days. ■
Candidates for parliamentary honors
•no as plentiful on Vancouver Island
as mosquitoes are on thu banks of tho
iFraser.
The steamer Reliance, Cnpt. Odin,
returned from Yalo yesterday morning with mails, way freight and passengers.' .
Tho steamer Western Slope, Capt.
Moore, arrived from Victoria on Saturday evening, nnd, after making the
usual call, proceeded on to Yalo.
The Government of India has reunited to give the people control of
their local affairs by means uf local
junrds, elective Where, practicable.
' A London despatch of May 12 says
the people of an entire township on
ihe Isle of Skyo, uumbering n hundred, have decided to emigrate to Canada.
The civic election takes place at the
-Court Houso at noon to-day. Wo
hear that Mr. W. J, Armstrong nnd
Mr. H. Mathers have consented to
Wand.
Shortly after the arrival nf the Ohi-
juiinon on Saturday evening, tlie Win.
rving got. up steam aud conveyed
hem   to  the railway  works  below
— nory.   , i». .. .   .-.
Following closely mi the deluge of
-water, Winnipeg lias been subjected to
, baptism of fire, some of the newest
nil most valuable blocks having been
lestroyed.
There is to he a public meeting this
'ening for tliu purpose of  milking
itting   preparations   for  celebrating
lominiou Day,   A large attendance
sdesirable,-' . ■'
A party froin Victoria goos up to
tfaplo Ridge, this morning; to make
irrangeiiicnts' for establishing a brick
dlu mi. Mr. Justice Howison's vnlu-
,ble pMperty.
, Mr. Wilmot, the great Canadian
ali-breedor, is expected to arrive in
lis province very shortly for tho purpose of 'establishing a hatchery on tho
lower Eraser.
The steamer Enterprise, Capt. Gnr-
iner, arrived from Victoria last oven-
j'g, witli a full freight chiefly for tlio
annories. Sho proceeded up to Mr.
aidlaw'a cannery.
On Saturday the steamer Princess
wuiae, Capt. Lewis, arrived from Vic
jria, bringing 450 Chinese for the C.
'. R. Works. She sailed again for
"ictoria early on Sunday morning.
The Governor General has provided
ilmself with a good, seaworthy yacht,
•-ith which he and the Princess intend
eguiling the summer months in lisli-
ag and cruising in Canadian waters.
Yesterday the steamer Ada, Capt.
login, towed'the section of the E. J.
rving round to Port Moody, whore
he 0. P. R. contractor, Mr, McMul-
m, will utilise it in railway opera-
ons.
We understand the plans have boon
irepared for building another story
u Webster's stone building — the
Iccident Hotel, to meet the increaa-
ig demand for hotel accommodation
*i this city.
_ The steamer R. P. Rithet was regis-
(red at this port ou Saturday last.
ler dimensions and capacity are as
illnws:—Length, 177 feet; breadth,
I feet 6 inches; depth of hold, S feet
(inches; registered tonnage, 686 tons.
I
Tux Law Chance!-The Floating
iftllery ii going away very soon, and
au may not have such another oppor-
inity of getting a really good photo,
'        .'.-ri-ii, ,    .»  i _    ,„■..,
PoLidi Court.-On Monday James
rannan, of the Pony Saloon, was
ought up on- a, charge of selling
juor td'Tndians, and waa fined 9150.
■      . ■ ■ ••*» •- L-S.'.
Haih, Wbi-comb Rain!--Seldom was
in more welcome than that which
t in early yesterday morning and
ill continues. Tt hns extinguished
e forest fires, watered the parched
uund and, paradoxical as it may np-
iar, caused the flood in the river to
ay its rising.
A common, and often fatal, disease is
nndlce. Regulate the action of tho
■er, and cleanse the blood with Bar*
Ck Blood BIHew, and the worst case
.y bs iptJldihr cmr«J,..;;.-..
Fohest Fires. —Incalculable dam
age is being done by forest tires, millions'of dollars' worth of valuable timber being dttstroyed. At Jams Inlet
the loggers were obliged to seek refuge
from the fire fiend by fleeing to the
sea side. At Mr. Gillis* logging camp
it was with difficulty the. oxen were
saved, on Thursday last. On the peninsula between here and Burrard Inlet
the fire is-still pursuing its work of
destruction.
Pbhsonai.—Hugh Watt, Esq.,M.
D., passed through this pity a few diiys
ago ou his way to Barkerville, where
he goes to take charge of the hospital.
Dr. Watt conies from Toronto, Out.,
where he has for some time been
practising medicine. From a personal
acquaintance, extending over ten years,
we can unhesitatingly commend Dr.
Watt to the people of Barkerville as a
fentlenmn worthy of their fullest con-
deuce and esteem.
Suddin Death.-—On Friday Capt.
Teaters, who sailed a schooner amongst
the islands of the Gulf of Georgia,
was bringing over tu Burrard Inlet a
settler with some sheep from a small
island irt the vicinity of Cawichan
Gap. When off Point Gray, Capt.
Teaters called the settler to take
the helm as he felt sick. He was no
sooner relieved than he dropped dead!
The settler succeeded in bringing the
schooner into port with its strange
freight, and he nt once reported to
the authorities at Granville what had
occurred.
■   , , ,f» : ;	
A Generous Offeii.—• The Bishop
of New Westminster haa made an
offer of $100 to the Churchwardens of
Holy Trinity, towards fencing in tho
Church situ,— conditioned, however,
upon the work being dono within two
months. It is to be hoped tho Churchwardens will see their way clear to
avail themselves of this liberal oiler.
The enclosing and beautifying of tlie
grounds around Holy Trinity Church
would be in the nature of a public
improvement, transforming an unsightly waste in tho centre of the city
into a beauty spot,
      «*»• —
Dominion Election.—As will be
seen by reference to another column,
Mr. Homer is n candidate for reelection. ■ Mr. Homer was1 elected a few
months ngo by a vote nf about three
tu one, aud it must be admitted even
by those who opposed him that he has
done exceptionally well, considering
that he only reached Ottawa at the
fag end of the lust session of a parliamentary term. Under the 'circumstances, the correct thina would lie to
send him back to Ottawa by acclamation, thereby strengthening his hands
fur futuro usefulness.
Tue Eleutions.— An Ottawa dispatch of tho 19th ult. says:—"The
Olerk of tlie Crown in Chancery was
busy ull day preparing writs; and the
instructions to the returniug-ofHcers
have hoeu printed. Tlie proclamation
proclaiming dissolution is expected to
appear in the regular issue of tlie Canada Gazette to-morrow. Tho dates of
nomination and polling aro the 13th
and 2(Hli June respectively. Manitoba
dates will be about a week later, and
iu most of the British Columbia constituencies it is expected that the
returnnig-officers will be left to name
their own dates."
Tub Lost Child,—The mysterious
disappearance, some nine months ngo,
of a two-year old daughter of Mr.
Gavin Hamilton, at the 150 mile house,
will be remembered. Ou the 28th ult.
some of thu remains, consisting of
three ribs, lower, part of upper juw,
nud portions of clothing (identified)
were discovered in nu open space about
a mile from the house. It will be remembered that there was a most thorough search for tho missing child, and
it is alleged thii very spot was examined. Although this melancholy find
sets the fate of the child 'nt rest, it
does not solve the mystery of how
that sad fate was reached.
Provincial Areas.—Tlie Globe of
the 20th ult. contains a very inturest
ing map aud diagrams showing the
relative areas of several of tlm provinces. Of these British Columbia looms
up, nearly double the size of the largest. ' It has 400,000 square miles or
250,000,000 ncres. Quebec Amies
next, with 210,000 square miles, or
134,400,000 acres; Ontario, 100,000
square miles, or 04,000,000 ucres, but
with the awnrd, 107,000 square miles,
or 126,000,000 ncres; Manitoba (as
recently enlarged) has 115,000 square
miles, or 73,600,000 acres, but if given
the territory awarded to Ontario, it
would have 150,000 square miles, or
06,000,000 acres.
BY   TELEGRAPH!
SPEOIAL DESPATCHES TO THE COLUMBIAN.
The Malsqiil Dyke.
The present being.- th* greatest
freshet since the construction of the
dyke, many anxious eyes are watching
to see if it will stand. Mr. Sword, the
enterprising projector, is watching it
with intense interest; because he has
a fortune at stake. Farmers in the
Matsqui settlement ara watching it
with interest proportioned to the area
of land on their farms to be reclaimed
by it. Many farmers along the river
are watching it because it is an experiment in which they ara mora or less
interested. Some in Matsqui are
watching it with an intensity aecond to
none, because they hope to see it swept
away in order that tbey may escape
assessments! The result it is impossible
toforetell. Should the rivor continue fo
rise as it has been doing, it is estimated that to-morrow it will have reached
the 1876 flood mark, tho highesst ever
known in the history of the countiy.
On Monday night tho rivor was ono
foot higher than in 1880, the noxt
highest to 1876. The pressure on floodgates was 11 feet, being a feet more
than they have ever before been subjected to. During the Derby regime
they gave way under less than half the
pressure. Present appearances would
seem to' justify the belief that, unless
the flood far exceeda anything hitherto
known, even the unprecedented flood
of 1876, the work will stand triumphant, as every true friend of tho country
must wish. •      * * *c      -
Yale, June 6.—The warm weather
of the past week has raised the Fraser
river to within a foot of the high
water mark of '76. To-day tho weather is much cooler, and as the rise
for the past six hours has been very
little, and the quantities of drift much
less, it is hoped that the turning point
has beau ranched. The wagon road
between here nnd Boston Bar is under
water in many places and it is impossible to estimate the damage at present. • The bridge 4 miles above here
is washed out. Yesterday the water
was up to within 10 feet of the Suspension Bridge. Estimated dnmage
so far to R. R. works, 910,000. No
traffic can pass over road for a month
at least. No reports from the upper
country. The telegraph line under
water 16 miles out,
Hope, J a -o 0.—River 2 inches
higher than it was in 1870, and is now
appnriuitly at a stand still. Drift wood
constantly going down. The bank is
undermining considerably. One Chinese house is full and surrounded by
water; the house is tied with ropes to
prevent its going down river, and the
young fruit trees are nearly covered
with water. Weather oold and raining.
Chilliwhack, June 6.— The water
has now reached within eighteen inches
of the mark of 1876 nnd stilt rising.
The trunk road is submerged for miles
and culverts floated off. All the low
land is covered. It is difficult nt present to estimnte the amount of damage to crops but it will be very heavy.
No loss of stock or damage to buildings reported, Traffic is entirely Bus-
ponded. The Chilliwhack river is
about at a stand, owing to the cool
cloudy weather which set in yesterday
evening.
LATER.
Matsqui, Juno 0,—At nine o'clock
this morning the plunking of the gate
of No 3 Slough succumbed to the
heavy pressure of water and caved iu,
allowing water access to tho prairie.
Shortly after the water burst through
between the floodgate and the bank
011 No. 2 Slough. Water now rushing
through at terrific rato. At time of
collapse' water was within 20 inches of
high water mark of 1876. Weather
cool; threatening rain.
An Outsider's Opinion.
Mr. J. C. McLigan, who visited our
Provinco Inst year, un terrains great expectations respecting the future of
Port Moody. In a four column communication to the Manitoba Free Press
he says:—"In addition to Port Moody
being the terminal point of the transcontinental raihviiy and an immense
shipping business consequently to bo
done, it will also become a manufacturing centre. All thu raw material
which form such important factors iu
the carrying on of manufactures successfully nru to bo found, iu prodigal
abundance in close proximity. Coal at
Nanaimo—some 40 miles distant—iron
oro in inexhaustible quantities on the
island of Texadn, limestone -nud lumber nt its very door, are such natural
ndvantagos to the establishment, of a
large manufacturing city hi Canadian
territory that if properly mnnnged Port
Moody can become a second-Glasgow.
Here will yet be manufactured all tho
rolling stock for the Canadian Pacific
Railway, while thousands upon thousands of tons of rails, pig iron, spikes,
&c, will be turned out of the great
smeltimz and iron works certain to be
erected in a few years. Ship-building
and such like industries aro likewise
sure to be carried on."
The Flood I
'Tho oldest inhabitant" nevor saw
anything liko the Fraser river flood of
1876. Alroady it has its equal iu 1882,
nnd there seems to be a painful probability of this year's flood being as
much greater than that of 1876 ns it was
greater than nil others. In our telegraphic column will be found nu account of tho condition of matters at
and above the head of navigation on
the Lower Fraser. In the valley below the lowor lauds nre submerged,
somo of the farm houses being invaded
by the waters of tho treacherous Fraser. At the Chilliwhack lauding several buildings had to be moved back,
large portions of land being sliced
away by the swollen current. Back
in the settlement, we extremely regret
to learn, considerable damage hns been
done to crops and other properly situate ou the less elevated ground. At
Sumas tho condition of matters is no
better, a considerable area being under
water; and so on down till this city is
reached, the low lands are covered. It is
feared that the melting snows which
food the flood away up in the mountains aro not nearly exhausted, and
that if the weather should contiuuo
warm the river will rise much higher
yet. Should such bo the caso the consequences mny be very serious. As it
is, we fear some of the farmers on the
lower river must suffer severely.
The change which took placo in the
weather during Monday night, and tho
fact of the water having slightly
abated, affords somo ground for hope
that the flood has reached its height.
Embryo Provinces.
An Order in Council has been passed
by the Dominion Government, creating
four new Districts in the North-West,
doubtless destined in the nut very distant future to attain tho status of provinces of the Dominion, as follows:—
Assiniboino, which contains about
05,000 square miles, is bounded on
the south by the international boundary, on tho oast by tho western boundary of Maniu ba, on the north by the
ninth correction line, Dominion Laud
System Surveys, near 52nd parallel;
on the west by a line dividing the 10th
and 11th ranges township, numbered
from the fourth initial meridian, Dominion Lands System, Q11 Appelle,
Souns Rivor, Fort Polly, Fort Ellice,
the Touchwood Hills, and part of
South Saskatchewan ore inctudod in
this.        .    ,   \
The Saskatchewan, containing 114,
000 square miles, is bounded on tho
south by Assiniboino, on the east by
Lake Winnipeg and Nelson River, on
the north by the 28th correction line,
Survey System, and on the west by a
continuation northward of tlie western
boundary line of Assintboine. It will
contain Carleton, Battleford aud
Prince Albert.
Alberta, containing about 110,000
square miles, is bounded on the south
by the international boundary, on the
east by Saskatchewan and Assiniboino,
on tho west by British Columbia, and
on the north by the 18th correctional
line, near the 55th parallel. This district will contain the Battle, Bow and
Belly river countries.
Atbabaska, containing about 122,-
000 square miles, is bounded on the
south by Albertn, on the west by British Columbia, on the east by u line between the 10th nnd 11th ranges townships, already mentioned, until that
intersects Atbabaska River, and thou
by that river and Atbabaska Lake and
Slave Lake to the 32nd correction line,
wliich forms the northern boundary of
tho district, nnd is near the 60th parallel. This district includes the Peace
River district, ,
City council.
Council met on Monday evening.
Present—The Mayor, and Councillors
Curtis, Edmonds, Cunningham, and
Johnston.
Applications were read from Drs.
Trew and Sivewright for the appointment of a Health Officer.
A committee was appointed to confer with applicants, explain duties,
nnd ascertain terms.
Several Committees asked and were
granted further time to report.
Action on specifications for St. John
street was delayed,
Several bills were disposed of.
The Clerk was instructed to obtain
from Mr. Morrison certain papers and
documents belonging to the Council,
The Clerk laid before the Council a
statement of taxes in arrears, as prepared by Mr. Duncan, showing ?6,-
435.78 to be due, and a resolution was
passed instructing him to collect the
same, mid allowing 5 per cent, commission for collection.
Resolved, that the City Barrister be
naked to report what Bylaws are legally
in force.
Resolved, that the Council assume
charge of the public cemetery (on
Douglas street road) and that the
Mayor appoint a committee to look
nfter it.
The Revenue Bylaw was passed
through Committee.
Council adjourned till Monday evening.
Communications.
A Liquor Bar for Trenant.
Editor Columbian,—A letter appears in the Churchman's Gazette, over
thu signature of <•* Piscator," bewailing
the misfortune of there being a probability of a whisky shop opened at Ladner's Lauding. What appears to trouble "Piscator" must * is the natural
consequence of a drunk, 'that the
drinkers will not be able to earn their
day's pay after a debauch. That event
is by no means unlikely, but "Piscator'' ought, to know that the inhabitants have the matter in their own
hands, ns can bo seen by S. 4., Chap,
106, Consolidated Statutes of British
Columbia, which reads as follows:—
"Nu license shall be granted for tho
"sale of wines, spirits, beer, .or other
"fermented or intoxicating liquor, in
"auy town, village or settlement, un-
"less a petition or requisition for the
"granting of such license, signed by
"at least two-thirds of the residents,
"other than Chinese or Indians, ovor
"twenty-one years of age, of such
"town, village or settlement, shall be
"presented to tho Magistrate or Ma
"gistrates to whom such application
"shall bo made for the granting of
"such license," It may perhaps be
argued that the Delta, being a municipality, is exempt from this restriction.
Not so, however, for the next section
(S. 5) says:—"Section four of this Act,
"shall not apply to the cities of Vic-
"toria, New Westminster and Nanai*
"mo;" so it is plain and clear that the
above named places 011/1/ are exempt
from this restriction.
Now, "Piscator," go ahead, and let
it be seen that you mean what you say
in tho Churchman's Gazette, D,
British Columbia Agency of Toronto
Safe and Lock Works. J. & J.
Taylor, Proprietors,
These celebrated safes nre made from
heavier iron, weighing 20 per cent, more,
and have all tho modern improvements of
the best American Fire and Burglar Safes,
including the Sargent Grcenleaf Dial
Lock. Being of Canadian munufauture,
they are duty free, and consequently cun
be sold cheaper than either English or
American' Safes.
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes and quality, at
j >riees ranging f rum one hundred to three
thousand dollars,
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to the agents for
British Columbia.
no2    M". W. Waitt&Co., Victoria.
Richmond Council.
Council met at the Town Hall ou Monday, June fi. Present—The Reeve, and
Councillors Smith and Reid.
A communication from Alfred Janes
was read and laid over, till next meeting.
A communication from H, P. P.
Crease was read and ordered filed.
The Revenue Bylaw was reconsidered
and passed.
The Board of Works reported that
over one-half of work on .1. McMyr's
contract was done to their satisfaction,
and that John Blair and II. J. Kirkland's
contracts were completed and the work
aceepted.       Report adopted.
The following bills were -ordered paid:
John Blair, $350; H. J. Kirkland, 9137;
H. J. Kirklaud, 8280; Pearson k Co.,
8I.0O; Robson Bros., 813.011.  '
Council then adjourned,
Dr. Suys is credited with the statement that Brown-Soqunrdonco injected
tho head of a dog, after being separated
from the body, with delibriuated and
oxygenated blood, and at tho moment
when tho injection of this blood had
recalled manifestations of life he spoke
tho dog's name. The eyes of the head
thus out from trunk turned toward
him, ns if the master's voice had still
boon heard and recognized.
Erysipelas, Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
Eruptions, and all diseases of the skin
and blood are promptly cured by Burdock Blood Bitters. It purges all foul
humors from the system, imparting
strength and vigor at tlie samo time.
Why suffer from Indigestion and Dyspepsia whon Burdock lflood Bitters will
positively cure these ailments ? A trial
bottle only costs 10 cents.
SiT'Y. R. Pearson k Co, nro agents for
the Victoria "Evening Post," for which
subscriptions arc solicited,
Blue Vitriol—Genuine English—For
dressing wheat to prevent the smut.
Send to La.voi.ev k Co., Victoria. Also,
for sale—celebrated Condition Powders
and Driffield's Black Oils. Both these
should bo in every stable. mh20
S3' Now unpacking at Jas. Ellard k
Co.'s, the latest fashions for 1882 in
Ladies' and Children's Straw Hats, Millinery, Laces, -fee.   Call and examine.
kXsr T. R. Pearson k Co. have just received direct from the manufactories in
Ontario a heavy invoice of of Stationery,
including Letter-presses, ke.
tar If you want a first-class Piano or
Organ, go to T. R. Pearson k Co.'s. The
-best Pianos for the money in tho Pro
vince.—Anv.
CANARY BIRDS.
A FEW CHOICE SINGERS  FOR
Sale, at 35.00 each.   Enquire at
the Columbia Houso.
J. CUNNINGHAM,
New West.,* May 20, 1882.       my27-lm
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOR
sale a few very fino seed potatoes,
of the varieties known as "Early Rose"
and "Lato Rose." Prico, 2 cents per
pound.
Apply to        .  A. INNES,
aplo Langley.
Stolen! Reward I
A PLOUGH (TWELVE-INCH
Collins & Co., number reserved)
was stolen from my premises on the
wharf in front of the Holbrook House,
in this City, on Thursday night the
20th April. Five bundles of shingles
were taken at the same time.
A Reward of $io will be paid to
whoever may give such information as
will lead to the recovery of the Plough
and conviction of the thief.
WM. RAE.
New West., Hay 9, 1S82.       myio
HEW WESTMINSTER, B,0.
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY
given to the Electors of tho Municipality of the City of New Westminster that I require tlie presence of the
said Electors nt the Coi/iit Housk on
Wednesday, 7th Inst., at 12 o'clock
noon, for the purpose of electing three
persons to represent them in the Municipal Council ns Councillors, two for St.
George's Ward and one for St. Andrew's
Ward.
The mode of nomination of Candidates
shall be as follows:—The Candidates
shall be nominated in writing, the writing shall ho subscribed by two Voters of
tlie Municipality as proposer and seconder, and shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between the date
of the notice and 2 p. in, of the day of
nomination, aud in the event of a poll
being necessary such poll will be opened
ou Satuuday the Tenth Day of June
inst.
. Of which every person is hereby required to take notice and govern himself
accordingly.
Given under my hand at New Westminster this 2nd day of June, 1S82.
.        A. PEELE,
jn3       *": Returning Officer.
GREAT SALE!
GRAFTON   FARM!
mHK SUBSCRIBER WILL OFFER
X    for sale by
PUBLIC      AUCTION
Thursday, 6th July Neit,
Nearly his WHOLE HERD nf THO-
ROUUH-BRED
SHORT-HORN DURHAM CATTLE,
Comprising OVER TWENTY HEAD
of choice animals, including 9 Bulls aud
Bull Calves.
Catalogues with fall pedigrees will
shortly be issued and forwarded by mail
to numerous parties, and furnished to
persons attending ou day of Sale.
A number of.PUREBRED
BERKSHIRE    PIGS
Will also bo offered at same time.
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock noon.
Terms—All sums under one hundred
dollars, cash; ovor that amount, one-half
cash at time of Sale, nnd on balance four
months' credit will be given on being
furnished with approved endorsed notes
bearing interest at rate of ton per cent,
per annum.
.TAMES T. STEELE.
Grafton Farm,
Spallumcheeii, B.C, May 23, 1882.
(Wyl)'
FOR   SALE:
ONE  PORTABLE STEAM   SAW-
mill, now at work near Lytton and
in good condition,
For particulars enquire of
JAS, MU1UE,
Lytton,
Or A, B. FERGUSON,
myl7**Im Proprietor, Clinton,
FARMS, TOWN LOTS,
AND  OTHER LANDS
FOR   SALE.
-i
MONEY TO LEND
AT REASONABLE EATES.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
iuyl3-2m Bamuster, New West.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IN  PROBATE.
In the Goods of GEORGE GA RRY-
PIE, Decerned.
TENDERS IN WRITING FOR THE
purchase of all personal property
other than household furniture and one
yoke of oxen, six cows, and the fanning
implements, leased to Angus C. Fraser,
will be received by the undersigned up
to 12 o'clock uoou ou Saturday, Tenth
June, 1882.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
Solicitor for Administrator,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In the Goods of GEORGE GARRYPIE, Deceased.
ALL PARTIES WHO HAVE
claims against the said George
Garrypie are hereby required to file their
claims properly verified in the office of
tlie District Registrar of the Supreme
Court at New Westminster, on or before
12 o'clock noon on Saturday the 1st day
of July; 1882; and all persons indebted
to the said George Garrypie, deceased,
are required to pay same into the said
Registrar on or before 12 o'clock noon on
Saturday, 1st July, 1882.
lfltli May, 1882.
E. A. JENNS,
D. R. S. a, N. W.
W. NOBMAN Bpi-BJ
Solicitor for the Administrator,
iny20 New Westminster.
BY-LAW.
A BY-LAW TO ENABLE THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF CHILLIWHACK TO
RAISE THE SUM OF FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR THE PURPOSES THEREIN SET-FORTH.
WHEREAS' THE MUNICIPAL
Council of the Municipality of
Chilliwhack lias resolved to raise a sum
of $3,400 for the purposo of extending,
making and repairing roads and bridges,
and $000 towards building Town Hull,
and in order to do so will require the sum
of §4,000 to be obtained in the manner
hereinafter recited;
Ami whereas it will require the sum of
$403 to be raised annually by special
rate for the payment of the said debt and
intercut us is hereinafter mentioned;
And whereas the amount of the whole
ratable property of the said Municipality
according to the lost revised assessment
roll, being for tho years 1880 and 1881,
was $105,000, irrespective of any future
increase of tho ratable property of the
Municipality and of any income in the
nature of tolls, interest, or dividends
from tbe work, and also irrespective of
any income from the temporary investment of the sinking fund or any part
thereof;
And whereas for paying tbe interest
and creating a sinking fund for paying
the said principal sum of $4,000 and
interest us hereinafter mentioned, it will
require an equal annual special rate of
one-half of one per cent, in the dollar;
Be it thrbefork exacted by the
Reeve and Council of the Municipality of
Chilliwhack:
*1. That it shall* bo lawful for the
Reeve and Council of the Municipality
of Chilliwhack to raise by way of Loan
from any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate who mny be willing to
advance the samo upon the credit of tho
Debentures hereinafter mentioned, a sum
of money not exceeding in the whole tho
sum of $4,000, and to cause the same to
bo paid into the hands of tbo Treasurer
of the said municipality for the purposes
and with the object above mentioned;
2. That it shall be lawful for the snid
Reeve and Council to cause uny number
of Debentures to he made for such Bums
of money as may be required, not less
than $100 each, and that the said Debentures shall be scaled with the Beal of the
said Municipality of Chilliwhack, and bo
signed by the said Reeve;
3. That thu said Debentures shall bo
made payable iu eighteen years at furthest from the day hereinafter mentioned for this Bylaw to take effect, ut
tho municipal treasury of tha said Corporation of Chilliwhack, and shall have
attached to them coupons for the payment of interest;
4. That the said Debentures shall boar
interest at and after the rato of six por
cent, per annum from tho date thereof,
which intercut'shall be payable annually
at the municipal treasury of the said
Corporation of Chilliwhack;
5. That for the purpose of forming a
sinking fund for the paymeut of the said
Debentures and the interest ut the rate
aforesaid to becomo due thereon, an
equal special rate of one-half of one per
cent, in tbe dollar shall in addition to all
other rates he raised, levied nnd collected in each year upon all ratable property
in the said municipality during the continuance of the said Dobouturos or any
of them;
0. It shall be lawful for tho said Municipal Council from time to timo to purchase any of the snid Debentures from
persons desirous of selling the same; and
all the Debontnros so re-purchased shall
bo forthwith cancelled and destroyed
und no re-issue of tho Debentures shall
be mode in consequence of such re-pur*
chase;
7, That this Bylaw shall tnke effect
ond come into oporation upon tho Firat
day of July A. D, 1882,
8. This Bylaw may bo cited for all
purposes as the "Roads, Bridges and
TowoBaU Loan Bylaw, 1882."      iny31
Paoiflo CoastSteamsMp Co'8
STEAMEE
SHHk VICTORIA
OAPT.   PLOMMER,
WILL SAIL FROM SAN FRAN-
Cisco for New Westmbister on
or about
MOftDAT*   nth   JBAE,   1883.
RETURNING-Will sail from New
Westminster for Sun Franeisco on' or
about SATURDAY, 10th JUNK.
For rates of Freight and jossa'ge,
apply to
GOODALL, PKUIUX.S k CO.,
San faanclaeq,'
Or to   J, A, E. HOMjBlt,  Agent,
mhl8 New Wwtmilister.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C,
The Only liiB-ProofM
in the City.
the hit unmm
IS UNDER THE CHARGE  OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public tliat lib
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found firtit-cliMaj and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and SlM-pii-jr K\,iirU
ments arc under  the superintendenco
of Mns. Howison*,
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies]
Families and Private Parties.
i Private Reading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished) nnd
well supplied with books and papers, is*
provided for the use of guest.*-,
THB  BASl
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wines, Liquohs, Chiars, kc
J. W. HOWISON,
PR'H'KIlvTOR.
COLUMBIA STREET,
Mt Door South of Colonial
Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
HAS   ALWAYS   ON    IIAKD 'A
VARIED STOCK Ob'
MERCHANDISE
Groceries,
DryGoods,
Clothing,
Crockery,
Glassware,
&c, &c.
JUST RECETVICD-A  C'i'.MI'I.K'l
STOCK OF
MILLINERY GOODS
Including Novelties in Fancy Straw
Hate   nnd   Bonnets, ■flowero,
Feathers,- Laces, Plain and
Blinded Watered Uil.-
bons,
Satins, Colored Velvets, Velveteens,
and Plush.
NEW DESIGNS in TIES & RUFFLES
HATS AND   BONNETS
Made and trimmed,nnd satisfaction
guaranteed.
BERLIN and ZEPHYR WOOLS.
(gT AU Goods Hold at reasonable,
rates.   Call and inspoot our stock.
WM. RAE,
m>22 CoLLMms PtREtT. «Diu' cStor**.
KITH AND KIN.
trJonttiiucdi}
"Did ho look like a gentleman ?"
"Upon my word, I can hardly tell.
Not a finished gentleman, though he
had somo of Ids grandfather's pride of
bearing. But everything about him
tells of the town, any one would have
picked him out as belonging to a different world from ours."
"Are you obliged to call upon hiin ?"
asked tho young man.
"No, I supposo not, but I chose to
do so, though I am sorry for Mrs.
Conisbroueh nnd her daughters. If f
(ind tho fellow is amenable to influence,
I shall let him see that the whole place
would approvo of his sharing his inheritance with them."
"I bono you won't burn your fingers, said his son skeptically. "For
my part I am very glad not to have
mado the acquaintance of this redoubtable 'old John,' for, from nil I
can hear, he seems to have boon a
most'odious character, and to havo j
behaved disgracefully to these ladies."
"Well, I'm afraid there is not much
to be said for him, in that rcspoct, but
after all a Bon is a son, Randulf, and I
can pardon a man almost anything
when it is done for a sou or a son's
sou."
Randulf made no answer. He had
been glancing aside, occupied in looking for the spot where lie bad found
Judith Conisbrough, weeping. He
had seen and recognized it, with the
sight of it came the remembrance of
her face. Unknown "sons and son's
sons" appeared to him insignificant in
comparison with a woman whose sorrow he had beheld, aud whose individuality had profoundly impressed
him.
They rode into the courtyard, at the
back of the house,
"I hope he won't be away," said Sir
Gabriel with an earnestness which
amused his son. "It has been an effort
to mo to come, and I don't want to
have made it for nothing."
Ho pulled a bell, and while thoy
waited for a man to come, Judith Conisbrough walked into tho courtyard,
having come from the front part of the
house. Neither Sir Gabriel nor his
son knew of the presence at Scar Foot
of Mrs. Conisbrough and her daughter,
and were therefore proportionately
surprised to see her there. She was
going past them, with a bow, but Sir
Gabriel, quickly dismounting, shook
hands with her,' and wished her good-
day. She gravely returned his greeting.
"Are you—are you staying here?"
he asked, at a loss tu account for her
presence,
"I am, at present, with my mother,
who wns unfortunately taken ill here,
on Saturday."
"Dear, dear! I'm sorry to hear that.
Then I fear we shall not find Mr.
Aglionby at home?"
"Ho is at Scar Foot—Mr. Bernard
Aglionby. Whether hu is now in the
house, or uot, I have uot tlie least
idea," replied Judith, composedly.
"Ah! I hope Mrs. Conisbrough is
not seriously ill," pursued Sir Gabriel,
uncomfortably conscious that the young
lady looked careworn and sad, and
with a sudden sense that there might
be more circumstances in the whole
case than they know of, complications
which they had not hoard of.
"No, thank you. I hope she will
be well enough to bu moved in a day
or two. Sho is subject to such attacks.
Aa ynu are going to sue Mr. Aglionby,
I will not detain you any longer."
She bowed to both father and son,
and waa moving on. Randulf's horso
had boen taken. Ho returned Miss
Conisbrough's bow, and made n step
after his father, in the direction of the
house. Then, suddenly turning on
his heel, he overtook Judith, raised
his hat, nnd hold out his hand.
"You looked so stem, Miss Conisbrough, that at first I thought I had
better go after my papa, and not say
anything to you, but—see, allow me
to open this gate for you, if you are
going this way—aro you V
"Yes," replied Judith, repressing a
smile, "but if you are going to call
upon Mr. Aglionby, do you not think
you had better follow Sir Gabriel 1"
"Directly—no hurry; I never expected I should have tbo good-fortune
to meet you, or I should have ridden
here more cheerfully. My father was
wondering how wo should get on with
this man here. You know, hu has tho
kindest heart in tho world, has my
father; ho thinks Mrs, Conisbrough
hns been treated badly, Thero!" ns
Judith's faco Hushed painfully. "I
have said the thing I ought nut to have
said, and offended you.
"No, you have not, but I think wo
had better not talk about it."
"Well, we won't," said Randulf,
deliberately pursuing thu subject.
"But everybody knows that the aged
r—rascal who lived hero "
"Hush, hush, Mr. Danesdale!"
"I beg your paidon—ho buhavud
scandalously  to   Mrs.   Comshrough.
Hnva you hnd speech from this new
man? what is ho like? Is he horrible?''
"Oh, no! Ho—I likohiin.!
Randulf wits scrutinizing her from
under his sleepy eyelids.   After this
answer, he did uot pursue the subject
further.   Judith asked him to open
the gate and let her go for her walk.
He did so, and added, with a slower
drawl than usual, "and, Miss Conisbrough, how in your sister!"
"Which sister!" asked Judith, surveying him straitly from her largu and
candid eyes.
"Your sister Delphine," answered
Randulf, leaning on the gate, in a
leisurely manner, as if lie never meant
to lift himself off again.
"I have not seen her since Saturday,
I had a note from her this morning,
though—I want her to meet mo. I
won't havo her come here, and that
reminds me," she added, "tbat I want
to find Toby, the farm boy, to tako a
message	
"I am going home that way.
Couldn't you intrust thu message to
mo?"
"I'm afraid it would be a bore,'
•aid Judith, who perhaps saw as clearly out of her open eyes, as did Randulf from his half-closed ones.
"I never offer to do things that are
a bore," he assured her.
"Well, if you really don't object, I
should be very glad if you would call
and tell her that if it is fine this afternoon, she' must set out at half post
two, and I will do the same, and wo
shall meet at Counterside, just halfway. I want very much to Bpeak to
her, but you can understand that I
don't enro to ask any one into this
house, unless I am obliged, nor to send
,Mr. Aglionby 'sservn nts on my errands."
"So you employ your own most devoted retainer instead," said Randulf
composedly, but unable to repress a
smile of gratification. "I will deliver
the message faithfully. Now tho gate
stands open.   Good morning."
Judith passed out at the gate, and
Randulf hastened after Sir Gabriel,
thb smile still hovering about his lips,
and inwardly saying, "I'm glad I turned back. It wns a good stroke of business, after I'd racked my brains for an
excuse to call thero, without being
able to find one."
Mrs. Aveson received him with a
smile and words of welcome, nnd
ushered hiin into the state parlor
whero already his father and Aglionby
were together.
Certainly three more strongly contrasted characters could hardly havo
been found,than tho three then assembled in the parlor at Scar Foot,
Each, too, was fully conscious of his
unlikeness to the other. Thore was a
necessary constraint over tho interview. Sir Gabriel spoke in high terms
of the lato squire. The late squire's
successor listened in courteous, cool
silence, bowing his huad now and then,
nud smiting slightly in a manner which
the candid Sir Gabriel could not bo
oxpected to understand. Aglionby
did not protest, whon this incense was
burnt at the shrine of his grandfather,
neither did he for ono moment join in
the ceremony. When, however, Sir
Gabriel remarked that Mr. Aglionby
had been hasty nnd inconsiderate sometimes, the newcomer rejoined, "I urn
quite sure of it," in a voice which carried conviction. Then Sir Gabriel remarked that ho supposed Mr. Aglionby
had not lived much in the country.
"My fame seems to have preceeded
mo in that respect," replied Aglionby,
laughing rnther sarcastically. After
which Sir Gabriel fult rather at a loss
what to say to this dark-looking/person, who knew nothing of the country,
and cared nothing for country gentlemen's pursuits, who could not oven
converse sympathetically about the
men from whom he had inherited his
fortune. Mrs. Conisbrough was a
tabnod subject to Sir Gabriel. And
ho had just begun to feel embarrassed,
when Randulf came in, and .afforded
an opportunity for introducing a new
topic, and a powerful auxiliary in tbo
matter of keeping up tho conversation
for wich his father could not fuel sulTi-
ciently thankful. Hu introduced tbe
young men to each other, and Randulf
appologizud for his tardy appearance.
"I wanted to speak to Miss Conisbrough!" ho said, "and stopped with
her longer than I meant to. She had
nn errand for mu, too, so I stayed to
hear what it. was."
It seems to me that you and Miss
Conisbrough get on very well together," observed his father good-natur-
odly.
Bernard sat silent, during this colloquy. What could Judith Conisbrough or her friends possibly bo to
him ? Hnd he not Lizzie at Irkford 1
His forever! Yet his face grew a littlo
somber as be listened.
"Do wc, sir? Well, it is but a week
to-day sinco I made her acquaintance,
but I think that any man who didn't
get on with her nnd her sisters-—well,
hu wouldn't deserve to. Don't you ?"
ho added, turning to Aglionby, and
calmly ignoring tho possibility of any
awkwardness in the topic.
"I know only Miss Conisbrough,
and that very slightly," said Bernard,
very gravely, "She seems to mo a most
charming "
"You aro thinking that charming
isn't the word, and it is not," said
Randulf. "If one used such expressions about mie's acquaintances iu
these days, I should say sho was a
noblo woman. That's my idea of her;
exalted, you know, in character, and
all tbat sort of thing."
"I should imagine it; but I know
very littlo of her, said Aglionby, who,
however, felt his heart respond to each
one of these remarks.  '
Sir Gabriel found this stylo of conversation dull. He turned to Aglionby, and said, pulitoly:
"I believe you have always lived at
Irkford, have you not ?"   .
"Yob," responded Bernard, with a
look uf humor in his eyes. "1 was
iu a warehouse thero. I sold gray
cloth."
"Gray cloth," murmured Sir Gabriel, polite, but puzzled.
"Gray cloth—yes. It is not au
exciting, nor yet a very profitable employment. It seems, however, that if
my rich relation had not suddenly remembered mo, I might have continued
in it to tho ond of my days."
"Rich relation?* began Sir Gabriol;
"I thought '•
"That I had others, perhaps?" suggested Bernard, whilo Randulf listened
with half-closed eyes, and apparently
without hearing .what was snid.
"Well, I cortninly have a vague impression—I mny bo quito' wrong—I
suppose I must be."
"It is nn odd thing that Miss Conisbrough nlso accused me of having rich
relations tho other day," said Bernard,
nnd then changed tho subject. The
guests sat a little longer. The conversation was almost entirely botween
Aglionby and Sir Gabriel, but secretly
the young men nlso measured ono
another with considerable eagerness,
and the conclusion left iu the mind of
each concerning the other wns, "I
don't disliku him—thero is good stuff
in him."
At last they rose to go, and with
wishes on tho Danesdales' side to see
more of Mr. Aglionby, aud promises
on his part to return their visit, they
departed.
BernardJooked at his watch, paused,
considered, muttered to himself, "Of
course it is all right," and ringing the
bell, asked Mr, Aveson if Miss Conis-.
trough woro out, nnd if sho had snid
whether she wns coming in to dinner.
"Sho wont for a walk toward Dale
Head, sir, and she didn't nay when
she would bo buck," responded Mrs.
Aveson.
"Thank you," said Aglionby, and
with that he went out, and by a strange
coincidence, hiH steps, too, turned in
the direction of Dale Head,
(Tu t'e tiontintuit.)
O.   G-.
MAJOR
New Stock!
LADIES'
Heavy Jackets and
Quilted Skirts. Colored Merinos, blk.
Cashmere and blk.
Crape Cloth.
FLANNELS
In White, Scarlet,
Blue, Gray, and
Plain, and Stripes,
and Checks—both
English, Canadian,
and American, twilled and plain, wool
shaker and cotton.
COTTONS
In white and gray.
Brown and white
Sheetings. Towels
of all kinds.
BLANKETS
In colors & white.
QUILTS and Counterpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and Hessians Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies' Furs in
Muffs, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or otherwise. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
In Ladies' blaok,
dark & light shade*,
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, lined and
unlined.
In (lentlemen'8 Furnishing (Ioods,
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE BEST.
In Groceries and Provisions
Everything the best
that can be had, and
at the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.'
MORAL—If ynu want n (JOO'l nrtlolo,
go to C. (I. MAJOR'S: if you want things
uheap, but "cultus," why, go olsowliwu-
1TEM—Whnt ovuryilorly sivys must lie
true ; nnd if true, then tho.Iianrlsotnost
display of Valuable (Ioods, Silver nml
Plate, is undoubtedly to bo found at
C. G. MAJOR'S,
OOt,UIIBIA   sthbii;t,
New Westminstor,  B, 0.
CEO, TURNER,
LAND     SUBVEYOK.
McColl's Store, Holbrook's Stone
Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
J. A. R. HOMER,
General Commission Apt,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M.D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(NEAR DRILL SIIEIi).
Residenoe-Merivale Street.
C. J. LEGGATT,
llarristcr-nt-Law
NOTARV PUBLIC   ETC.
OFFICE—Next door to Uren's Thoto.
Gallery, MeKonzie st., N ow Westminster.
A. T. D. MacELMEN,
BARRISTER - AT - LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &C„
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN ALL
TIIE COURTS.
OFFICK—Columbia street, Opposite Hy
ack Hnll, Nuv>- Westminster, B. C.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent.
—And—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Ol>Ji. Col.in.nl Hetel)
NEW   WESTS! 1NSTEI!
itsrSeveral good Farms for Sale and to
Lease. no 10
tTrnemeetonIco.
MERCHANTS,
WllAIIF STBEET, ■ VICTOKIA.
.A-G-raisras TOH
North British and Mcrrnntllc
Insurance Co. Tor Jliiliilaiul.
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3(1 Finsbury Circus,
London, E. C.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCER.
House, Land, Court and
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR ol RENT and DEBTS,
Agent for till- TRAVEUKKS' IJfSltR,
A.VCfi CO., of Hartford, Conn.
New We.li.ln.lcr, B. C.
C, I. McUAUGHTEN,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
WATOHE8, OLOOKS, JEWELRY,
and SILVER PLATED WARE
For Sale.
All kinds <>l (101.11 nml SII.VIK JEW.
EMIY  ninilr I., order.
ETRUSCAN COLORING, COLD & SILVER PLATIHC.
EnnmjcMeKt   nii.l   Wedding   King* .
Hnerlull).
til' Watolics   nnd   Jewelry   carefully
repaired. Old Gold and Silver bought.
jnyJtu
Ever)'Man to his Own Business
-A..   .F EEL IE,
PRACTICAL
CHEIWISTti DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OIT. COLONIAL 1I0TBL),
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Plijslclnns' Prescriptions nml Family llcclne*, n tiperliilt).
N. II. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty years' exnerience.     Inriill
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
BUSTS,  IIKIITS, «H'„  CftbuKCTKD,
Loans Negotiated, nnd  n General
Agency llusinesH transacted,
ArtMiTS   KOIt TIIK
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Urooklyn, and tlio
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of tho lulled Stnlcs.
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ion Merchants
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS  IN—
GROCERIES
 AND	
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STREET,
VICTORIA, B.C.
Having established Business in the abovo
Lines and liy
RECENT IMPORTATIONS
European & Eastern Markets
We ara prepared to fill orders to tlio
Trade in the following Goodst
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,
BACON,
LARD,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
Candles, Rice, Syrup, Cheese,
Dried Mills, Cniined floods,
Vinegar, Baking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
BEANS,
BRCOMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BASS,
And all other Goods in the Grocery nnd
Provision Line.
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
'VtTAGir.ES'S
—FOE—
WHITE  LABOR
, —ON  THK—
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IX—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers 8125 00 per month.
Rock Foremen... .i$3 00 to $4 00 t* day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00 "
Bridgo Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class ".. 2 50 "
Bridgo Carpentors,
Sndclasa  2 00 "
Masons 2 50 to
1st
Blacksmiths,
class 	
100
Blacksmiths,   2nd
2 50
Blacksmith Helpers   1 50 to
Drillers  1 75 to
Laborers.  1 50 to
Hewers, 1st class 3 50
Choppers, lat class 2 50
Scorers, 1st class 2 50
3 50
2 00
2 00
1 75
All outside labor 10 hours per day.   *
All Carpenters to furnish tlieir own
Chest Tools.    •
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will  bo convenient
along tho Line.   Board—$4 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to hoard in tho Company's Houses.
Wages will bo paid monthly, oii tho
10th of each month.
A.   0NDEBD0NE,
Gknkiial Manaukii.
Owier. of thb Conductors,
Canadian' Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1, 1881.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is lulled  to the uitdemotcil fJnoil**, on
which tho most LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS will be ofTci-ed to the
Trade, as we are
SOLE
•fiOODASGOLI) RAKIXG POWDLS
The Best and Cheapest.
BEACON  LIGHT  COAL OIL,
Water White and Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
lining   the  Largest Size and Best
Tobacco.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT TIIK—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
DR. SPINNEY & CO.'S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
»n. HPINNKY, well known nn tin f*n»ru
Jit of tlm goiitroftl, (C. K.) .Mcdk-i.' Inxti.
tnU. -irnl lute I'n.ltrfi'ti.r nf tlio HI1!NNEY VII.I.I-.
INFIHMAIIY, wnnM mro-t ri'n|in*tfully inform
Iii* |intii>MiH nml tlio nlliii-twl <*ohi<rul.Y, that lie
Mill t-niitimii'-i to treat rlironic nml nervous tHn*
uitrtc** with ii nail iitlli'liii aiiLTc-w,
LADIES AND GENTIEBIEN*.
Itrnii'inlmr Unit iii-i-criiuliiiiitimi in tliu thief of
tilini mi
COMB AMD BE HEALED.
It mntteri not wlint ymir tru'ilile* mii.v lio, rom-*
Htirl let Iho Doctor gxiiitiIii'' your-.-iiku. It will
nml  yuli ||,*>t)lin|{  for i-iili-liltiltioii, ho plo-iNO nil]
nml KiUir.lv yourselves wh-Mtlur tlin doctor unuVr-
RtmiilN your cult*. II li« (-mi cnrryntl lie will tt-U
you log if not, hu will toll yon Unit, for lio will
nut iifi'.lt-rlnltit a chhi: iihIuhr Iiu In conUdi-nt of of.
fertilise it ctini.
I'-trlte* nt n ilit-tancn whltliif* troutmont, liy
K'ii<lin<* $Vt mul ii miiuito itpnrrlptlon of their
tronlilcH will ra-clvo In return :i full cimnro of
tivuttni'lit Hi'i-Ht'-'ly (UH-kinl xniin not t-iexclti' en-
rl-Milv,
Dlt. SI'INNKY will piiiirantr*- to li.rfWt Five
Ilmi'ln-it Hi-linn (ur emy chub of nny kind or
nhnrnotor whicli ha nniliirl-iki-*- nnd fiiil* tn Mire.
I'. Si.— For <lUv»wn of -hort .ii-iruliiij:, ft full
course of initdirinon, Hilflk-lciit for a euro, willi
nil lout ruction**, will bo nunt to any nililre*,** on
iwi|it or $10.
Cull or A-ldrcir-
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM McCOLL
BEGS TO INFORM HIS NUMEtt;
ous patrons that he has removed
his Business to ...
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK), :
,**-,
Where will be found, as usual, a com*
plete assortment of
GEOOERIES.
PROVISIONS,
And a fino line of
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing
floods, Ac, Ac.
Wliioh will bo sold at tho LOWEST
POSSIBLE PRICES for Cash.
Ho thanks his friends for thoir past
liberal patronngo and hopes for a continuance of tho same. mhl
H.W.HUGHES*
m
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.
_A.o--E.asrx ipob
Toronto Weekly Mnll....,,, ...$1 00
Toronto Weekly Ololic 1 (10
Moiitrenl Heriild 4 Weekly Star 1 fW
Mi ml Weekly Wlltieu?. 1 10
i-Vienilfie American .3 25
Pcottliili American Jom-niil.  3 CO
Rim Fiiini-i-n-iilulleliii  2 nO
Hiirper'H Mupiviliiii nml Weekly, each i 00
(lod'iv'H LaiticR' Hook 2 00
Phil Francisco Weekly Call (10 l-m-ltn free)...., 1 aT
Frank 1,v»\\k'a I'liljHmtluii* at 1'ulllnlier'B I'rlcp*.
Ditcan'ri Lifo 2 M
Ireland of To-Prv 2 50
lives and Portraits of Wlvc-inf Presiilefltnof U.S.
Aud nny otliur |.aj.i-is or Mnpir.lnei of imuurt**nr«
in Canada or in tlio United Slates, Tlio IliilMln
Hi-mi.- fiirk n lot of needej and filnntfl. vfnllile nt tlm
Mecliiiiiie'riIiiNllhiic. The lilioVfl aro nll -.ffi'i-ed at
tlm sumo jn ices rliiivftnil |)y [luldli-hen', mi tho
Hiiiineiyiin .i*ijdy Ihe -*o<.m*r tho nni-or williirrive.
Agent for World rul.li-.lmip Co., llmd-tli, Out.
nK.VIlVW.I»J(ll!Ri?. ARflnt,
mill Xew We-dmlnHtor, II, C,
*?£- Qtivipii Orgnns— best made. Particulars on
eii(|iili.v.
ESTABLISHED   IN   18S2.
L P. FISHERS
wr bwspa-pb it
ADVERTISING
«- -M33 imr «3 "W
Rooms 20 and 21, Merchants' Exchange, California St., S. F., Cal.
Nn.-ADVERTlE.IKO SOLICITED
, li>r nil iifWfpaiH'i-n niihlhtieil on tlm Pacfttt,*
Co-iHt, Hie Sandwich Irdiinds, Potyne-iln, Mvslcuii
Polls, I'anama, Vnlimriusn, ,ln|inn, China, New
Zealand, the Anr-trallnn Colonies,, the Kiwtern
Sinh'H uud tiiiro-ju. Kill* uf nwtrly o»ery newi-
lia-ier |nihllsh-*d on the Pm-ilte Ooiut arc kept
com-tumly on hand and nil nlvtrllwrs ar*
allowed in'*.*iiiTfiw tothi-mduiin-jlinsiiiei"honni.
Tho liinTisit CflLt-MniAX Is kept ori (lie si ths
lice of 1.. P. FISHKII.
128.lv
Dr. SPINNEY to CO..
}. 11 Kc.mi.-y.Ht. .Sun Kuan Hunt, Cal.
OREGON PRINOE
WILL STAND FOR SERVICE
during tho season of 1882, on
tlio Farm of tlio umlcraignocl, Chilli-
wlinck, nnd ut Lnii}jloy, Limner's Landing, nnd Maple Ridgo.
OiiEims I'niNCE was fouled in Oregon:
will he II years old in Mny; is a dappled
Si-ny; stands 17" hands high; weighs Ili7">
is. nt present, will weigh nlxmt 1880 lbs.
during season; is very gentle, very fast
walker, good trotter, uud a iraworful
horso in harness. He was sired hy \V.
Myer's imported Perehoron — "White
Prince." Orkoon I'kinok won second
prize ut the Victoria Agricultural Fair
Inst November, nud is the largest horsn
ou thu niniuland of British Columbia.
TKRMS-SIO, $15. and $20, Partlea
from a distance sending inures will be
entitled to free pasturage for one month.
R, STEVENSON,
jnyMta Chilliwhack.
BUSINESS, NOTICE
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN,
that the Business heretofore carried
ou tinder tho name of R. \V. Deane k Co.
on Columbia Street, New Westminster,
will from this date bo carried on undor
tlie nnme of TRAPP BROS., they having
purchased tho above-named Business,
assuming a!', liabilities and collecting all
accounts duo tho lato linn.
TRAPP BROS.
ALL ACCOUNTS duo the late firm
of R. W, Deane k Co, must be paid to
the undcrsij-ned within thirty days from
the dnte of this notico.
TRAPP BROS.
Mnruh 2?, 1882. tuh25
{mmm
To Disrasks, Complaints end	
which Harvard's Yellow Oil it niinn*
teed to cut. or relieve either ia HAH *v
Beast,
tmik imnuur rai
CROUP, I COUGHS,
CRAMPS, SORB THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, Ac
muu ininaur m
RHEUMATISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMENESS,
CONTRACTIONS]
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFFJOISTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
PAININBACK,
PAINInSIDE,M,
Every hottl. rrttsrantKd to giro ntutse*
tion or money refunded.
MIIITIMIWITHIMH MTTU. Mitt Mo.
v.iaxaimt * oo,ppepn*to«
TORONTO, OUT.
TIIE GREAT EMUS. RESEDV
Ian never-failing
Cure for Nerr-
ons Debility ,Ex-
hnustrd Vitality
of t» ny k I nd,
WeakBFH. Pur-
alyais, and all
the terrible tf-
tVclsoi'joiithfu!
  folllci, and excesses In malum yeen.
DR. MINTIB will agree to forfeit
Flifl Hundred Dollars for a case of
ttiis kind (he Vital Kt'SloratlVP (under
his Bpeclal ml vice end t mi tin en t) will not
cure, or for onythirg impure or Injurious
round in it. DR. MINTIK treats All Dii-
i-itttcs siirrest*fully without mercury.
CuilKUlltltluil fr(!6. Thorough exami-
iiiitton nnd advice, $5*00, Pi Ice of Vital
KCHtONltlVC, $<J*00 a bottle, or four
times ihe quantity, $10*00; sent to any
address upon receipt of price, or 0 0. D.,
see ii re from observation, and In private
name if desired, by A. E. MINTIK*
M. D.
Those who cannot visit DR. MINTIK
in San Francisco should send a full and
minute Btritement of their troubles with
$25-00, and In return a full course of
Medicine will he forwarded, securely
packed, so as not to excite curiosity.
All orders for mediciuo 0. 0. D. mult
be accompanied with $1.00 (ai a (fuar-
aalee of good faith), whieh will be deducted when the package is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE.-Sent on
fippliciitton by letter sMting symptom**,
sex and age. Communications strictly
confidential. JnySUly
II Kcttrorj tittvrl. Hum Fntnclnro, Cal.
AYRSHIRE^ BULLS!
IMiV. UNDERSIGNED HAS FOR
; sale on reaflonahlo terms a few half-
bred Ayrshire yearling Bulls, sired by tho
Thoroughbred Ayrshire Bull 6
DUFrnniN,
Tho dams being choice dairy cows.
A. S. VEDDER,
jell .   Sumu-;

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