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Array THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
——ID   PUBIIMIKD—
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— BY —'
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET." ENTRANCE TO EDITORIAL and Business department through t. R.
Pearson-ft Gtt'S. Book ft Stationery Store.
TEKH«..lly Mull, «3it yenr; $1 60 forO-mis.;
$1 fur3 nioH.i itayatde In Advance. Dellvorml
by Carrier or Agent, {1 |ior quitrtur, jiuyiililu
quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
AOENTS
T. N. Hibben ft Co. Viotoria.
Wm. Harrison Yale.
L. P. FISHER  A'tvertblHg Agent, 21 Merclinnt'ti
Kxcliungu.SonFriinclKuJiiautliorl-uiiltordcilvu
Advert iBuuients fur tills paper.    .
TUIC DA DEB mny be futm-1 mi fllu ut
IlilO F Ml Eli tion, P. Rowell kCo.'n
Niiwsiinper AitvortlBlng Baronu (10 Spruce St.),
wtinru mlvnrlliilpjs contnirti may be nnulu fur It In
KEW VOBK.
Wm §ritisfh Columbian.
MtdneHilaj M.trntue, July 4, l«H».
New Routes.
We lave sovnrnl times called at
tnntioii to the importance to thia
proviso of the completion of tha
Northern Pacific Railway to Seattle.
That event is expected to tako plnce
within about two months from the
present timo, a dnte ho near that
merchants may fairly he considering
whether it may not be worth while
to ascertain by which route their fall
goods should come. We have now a
steamship from San Francisco to this
oity direct, but her trips have lately
been so irregular that merchants
oftener missed than caught her. But
the direct Bteamer has demonstrated
that we have been paying a considerable toll on all goods passing
through Viotoria, and thut it is of
very great importunes for tis to secure
direct stenm communication. We
have pointed out that when the
Northern Pacific has been completed
to Seattle, the shortest and quickest
route for freight and passengers
coming to this province will be over
that lino, and tbat our merchants
ought to endeavor as soon as possible
to secure the establishment of a
steamboat line botween Seattle and
New Westminster. From an advertisement in anothor column it will
bo seen that tbo Oregon Xluilway &
Navigation Co, propose to establish
a now route from Portland via Ta-
coiuu, to this oity. The str, Gipsy
will, for the present, go ou that
route. From Seattle wo Imve tho
str. Evangel; but until the completion of the N. P. li. no through
freight can come from Seattle. The
establishment of the Titeomo-New
Westminster route shows tbat the
people aeross the boundary are becoming alive to the importance of
cultivating closer commercial relations with us. British Columbia is
bound to grow up with the sound,
and the rapidity of our growth will
to some extent depend upon the
facilities we hnve for traffic, Let
us encourage tbu establishment of
new lines to different points, but let
us not forget that our principal concern just now is with Seattle and
tiie Northern Pacific. It has already
been announced that freight rates
from the east to Seattle will be the
same as to Portland. From Seattle
to New Westminster should not cost
more thau §2 or $2.50 per ton. Over
this route there should be a saving
on eastern freight of nbout-§6 per
ton uud at least one week iu time.
It is expected tbat a favorable arrangement will be made for the shipment of freight from tho Pacific ter-
minus of the Northern Pacific Bail-
way to Victorin. Are our merchants
doing anything to secure favorable
terms for this city nud the mainland! This matter should bo taken
up by the board of trade. Correspondence should bo opened at once
witli the authorities of the N. P, K.,
nnd it should be ascertained what
they propose doing for dm. Merchants will soon be ordering their
full and winter goods, und with tho
order they should indicnto by what
i mite tliu goods uro to bu sunt,
British Columbia Uiillwnj>.
The Kniituiitiy District lies in thu
south-cant corner of British Oulumbin,
adjacent to the Rocky Mountains, aud
over against Fort McLood and the Bow
River country. Its water-system cim-
Hints chiefly of the Kootenay Lake,
which enters into the Columbia rivor
through tho Kootenny river. It is cut
off from the Fraser rivor valley by tho
Selkirk range of mountains, which run
parallel with the Rockies, nnd form a
practically insuperable barrier to tho
railway connection with tho Canadian
Pacific. Kootenay is possessed of a
fair share of mineral wealth and of
agricultural resources, aud, with its
fino climate, is one of the moat interesting spots In the Paoifio province.
What the Kootenay District wants
lu order to eeouro early development-
is railway communication with the
outside world. This was so apparent to
the Local Legislature that at its last
session it chartered a company to build
a lino southward from thu mines to
the United States frontier, and subsidized the road by a grant of 760,000
acros of land. The intention is to cou-
nect with tho navigable portion of the
Columbia river and also with thu
Northern Pacific Railway. If any people in the Dominion can plead urgent
necessity us n ground for permission to
build such a railway, thu people of
Kootenny can. They havo enough to
contend with iu the inevitable drawbacks of their position und tho necessity thoy nro under of scaling mountain fortifications in ordor to reach the
outside  world, without   being   for-
The British Columbian.
VOLUME 2.1
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. 0., WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1883.
NUMBER 1
bidden to do anything to make
communication easier | nnd cheaper.
And yot wo hear of the Canadian Pacific Company applying to tho Dominion government to -have the railway
charter disallowed lest the new road
may draw away traffic from their own
lino, which they may not havo completed for years. '   *
Surely this request is tho reduetio ad
ahsurdum of the disallowance policy.
The arguments to support its exercise
in Manitoba and thd'Noith-Wcstdo
not apply in Kootenny. It cannot be
pleaded that tho Syndicate contract
binds tho Government not to allow
such a road to bo build and thore can
bo no two opinions abnit its necessity.
The action of tho Government in the
premises will bo closely watched by
people who have nojpferest in Kootenay except that \\xepmm-fo see thoir
fellow-citizens fairly treated. So long
as the latter are not asking for Dominion funds thu Dominion Government
hnvo uo right to restrict thom. To
prevent thein from doing anything to
help themselves would bu n piece of
insufferable tyranny.—Glohe.
_\tuntiih JHisallmt]).
Scienco is making rapid progress in
utilizing what have been regarded as
the waste products of tho earth. In
many parts of Sweden great quantities
of the remains of messes which lived
centuries ngo have accumulated. It
scents quito surprising that this material can have any value, but it hns boon
discovered that good paper can bo
made from it, and a manufactory is reported to have commenced making
such paper, in various thicKnesses and
qualities from tissue to sheets three-
quarters of an inch thick.
Dr. John V. Shoemaker, in n late
paper, gives cutting and shaving, the
wearing of head-covering nnd unclean-
liness ns prominent onuses of injury to
the hair. He also stales thnt modern
investigation has demonstrated that
thinning nnd loss of hair aro often duo
to defective action-- nf tho nerves of
nutrition. Fruitful sources of this defective action are, over-taxing of ttio
physical powers, excessive bruin work,
crowding the mental faculties of children, loss of sleep, incessant enrcs,
anxiety, grief, excitement, sudden depression and exaltation of spirits, irregular and hastily bolted munis, lack
of tost and recreation, abuse of tobacco and spirits, of toa and coffee, nnd of
all kinds of drugs.
At tho Montsouris Observatory a
careful study has long been mnde of atmospheric germs. Theso are found to
bo always present in groat number and
variety. Their distribution is, however, greatly affected by tho season.
Of spores belonging to moulds tho following numbers nre given as nn average for each oubic meter of nir: In
January, 7; February, 7; May, 12;
Juno, 35; August, 23; October, 14;
December, 7. Of bacteria each cubic
meter of air averaged 80.
Mons. Barthelemy has reported to
the French Academy some observations on the incubation of eggs laid by
a hon having fowl-cholera. All such
oggB failud to hatch, although tho development of tho embryos commenced
and continued for several days as in
normal eggs. At a particular stage-
just the point when tho embryo begins
to assume tho special features of tho
chicken—all growth censed. The blood
of the disoased eggs was then found to
bo full of the minute organisms peculiar to fowl-cholera.
Messrs. David S. Jordan and Chas.
H, Gilbert have prepared a synopsis of
all known North American fishes, including both fresh and salt water species, belonging to 487 genorn and 130
families.
From experiments upon insects Herr
Hnuser, of Erlangcn, has shown that
tlieir souso of smell exists in the antennae. His further studies hnvo convinced him thnt tho external organs of
smell consist uf a scries of conusor
cavities—filled with a serous fluid-—
which inny bo regarded as the out-
foldings of tho epidermis. To tliese
are connected staff-cells, from which
nerves stretch through tho antennae to
tho brain. The organs are must highly
dovuloped iu insects which seek food
by smell. Bees and wasps have tho
greatest number ot smelling cavities
nnd cones, the honey-bee having fourteen or fifteen thousand cavities aud
about two hundred cones in each antenna, and the loaf-wasp a somewhat
smaller number. Plnnt-oating Hies
hnve only five or six cavities to each
feeler.
Mons, Micholson expects to mako a
thermometer so sensitive ns to measure
a thousandth part of a centigrade degree. The expansive substance is hardened rubber.
Tho following conclusions tiro credited to Mr. Aitken us thu result of extensive observation nud experiment.
Whenever vnpor condenses iu tho atmosphere, the condensation is nlwnya
mado on a solid nucleus, which is furnished by particles of dust. Without
dust there would bu neither mists nor
clouds, and thu super-sat united air
would transform every object upon
the earth's surface into a condenser
upon which it would deposit its excess
of water. Whunotor tho breath becomes visible iu a cold atmosphere it
demonstrates the impure and dusty
condition of the air. The foam of tho
sea, meteoric matter, and fires are fertile sources of the dust and impurity.
The Inter Danish explorations in
Greenland huvo shown, according to
Herr Kink, that the southern district
of Juliaushaab contains about one hundred localities whero ruins of tho old
Scandinavian settlements are to he
seen, the largest nnd most conspicuous
having as many ns thirty ruined buildings, consisting of stone walls of houses,
shelter-walls, etc It is stated that
the builder of these settlements—who
were last heard from early hi the
fifteenth century — had nt ono time
more than threo hundred farina aud
villages between Disco nnd Cape Farewell.
Di\ Foi, of Geneva, has tried various narcotics upon marine animals, hut
tho substances produced littlo effect in
small doses nnd acted as poisons in
largu doses. Hu has, however, discovered that certain invertebrates may
lie rendered insensible and kept so for
days without injury by saturating tho
water with carbonic acid. Puro sea
water revives the animals. Fishes and
mollusks do not survive this treatment,
and crustaceans for only a short time,
DRS. M-INNES& MATHERS.
Oflico, Columbia. St., opo. Hie Postofllcp
OPEN DAY & NIGHT.
DRS. WELSH & HENDERSON,
DENTISTS.    Office over D. S.
Curtis & Co.'s drug store, next
Colonial Hotel, New Westminster.
myi6-tc.
J. A. R. HOMER,
FRONT STREET.
GORDON E, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B'
OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Papor Mounted,
Piles of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria, II. V.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STBEET, - VWTOKIA.
^.a-232sra:s ssrcsTi
North British nml Mercantile
insurance Co. for Mainland.
H. C. BEETON & CO.,
I'll Finslwry droits,
loiulon, B. C.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANOER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(0p|i. Ooliiiilol Hotel)
K 10W   WESTMINST Rl*.
tWSovctal good Farina for Salo and to
Lease. nolO
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
GENERAL AGENT
Bent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent ror tlio Tlt.lVEllKIIS' MFE
nnd ACCIDENT INSVBANCK CO.,
Ilnrtrord, Conn.
OFFICE: - Columbia Street.,   Now
Westminster. dell
Every Man to his Own Business
Jm.   FEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(Ol'l>. COLONIAL HOTKI.1,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. O.
Plij sl-luiis' Prescriptions and Family Recipes ii Specialty.
N. B. — Only Qcmi'no Drugs used.
Ovor twenty voars' experience,    iiir'':l
;<-VNC'*V
-SAWS
'•ALSO-
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Belting, Packing, Hose, ke,, ke., kc-
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
HOST FASHIONABLE I1V TIIK CITY.
Opposite tlio Bank, Coiumbin street.
New Westminster, B, 0.      [myiM-to.
* NOTICE.
A I.I, ri'ItSONS WHO HAVK ANY
claims ngaliist tlio Finn of AIIAIK
* COMPANY, Fish Connors, '"roscr
Kiver, nro requested te forward tho same
at onco to thoir Solicitors,
Ham. DAVIK k l'OOLEY,
Langley Stroet, Victorin.
Dated 3rd Muoh, 1883. mli7
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—and-— •
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OF RV1SBY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VAKIETY;
MUSICAL   BOXES
A duo Asssnrtmont; from 325 to SHO,
-at- ,
BAGNALL &. CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
tiOVKUNJim STREET, VICTORIA.
J. BAGNALL,
PlAXOFOHTE k OltliAN TCNKR k ltKl'AIKKK
NEW SPRING GOODS
 AT THE	
CASH TAILOR'S.
MERCHANT TAILOR
Lytton Square, Now Westminster.
Broadcloths and fine tweeds always on
hand.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Try His $25 Suit.
ap28-tc.
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHORN'S
; Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R THOMAS,
Shop miller the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
iimliia st., New Westminster.
FURNITURE I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FLEA-
sure in announcing that he Ib now
.prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ke., at tlio lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and In first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. Tho undersigned
has tho only HEARSE in tho City. A
coutinuaiice of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel,
J. O. BUNTE,
Lato Manager Sehl's llrancli Furniture
Store. aufltc
MRS. M. ECKSTEIN
HAS    JUST   OPENED   A  NEW
Storo at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will bo found A full stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries, anil General Merchandise,
Whioh will be sold at Now Westminster
Prices.
*3T Noxt Door to Cnlcdonin Hotol.
(nli!8te)	
ESTABLISHED 1850.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Kenny Opposite tho Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THK LARGEST AND  CHOICK8T
assortment of all (losctiritlons of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to l'nm-
ilien, Kcstnumiits, and Steamboats at tlio
LOWEST POSSIBLE PUICIiS.
C. E. WOODS.
CM. TURNER.
WOODS i TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Accountants & Conveyancers,
lOLinnit hthikt.
NEW WESTMINSTER,   II. C.
w
E HAVE FOR SALE IMPHOV-
od and unimproved Lands at
POT RIVER,
MAPLE RIDGE,
LANGLEY,
MATSQUI,
MISSION,
BURRAKDS INLET,
FALSE CREEK,
PORT MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH ARM,
SALT SPRING ISLAND.
TOWN LOTS AT MJIOODV FOR SALE.
I.tM,   KIlBtKfl-iU    IAUKIILLY   AND
I'KoniTi.v irriMnii to.
MOKKV TO "LOAN OH «100l> MHTMTY.
A(1ENT8 FOR TIIK
PlienK I'lrelli.iirnneero. or llronklvii,
the Konllnlilr Lire Aeeiirimei' Hor Iny
or lhe United Hliilce. .ml
Ullld.llHIC. HrHenn <1<V». Vllrlllcil Mini.'
Hewer nail I'hlmncv l»l|ws, linrilen
Vases, Ae.
WOODS k TURNER.
Now" Westminster, 11. C,
April 8,1888. ap4
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER.
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA,  -  BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SW Liberal advances mado on Consign-
incuts.
To facilitate tlm sale of Real Mutate, I
huve complete maps of Victoria, Ksijui-
malt, New Westminster anil the Districts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock in trade, or Kuniture, and
not wishing tho trouble of an Auction
Sale, euu find a Cash Buyer by calling
on tlio above. Otlico of tlio British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
Vork done. Orders tilled with neatness
and dispatch.
Ollli'p or llttrhor MiiHter nml port War-
lieu. fiilo
NOTICE
OOMPANY
(LIMITED),
Carrying H, M, Mails and
B, C. Express,
LEAVE IRVING'S WHARF
FOR VICTORIA:
Wkusksuays and Saturdays at 7 a.m.
FOR VALE & WAY PORTS:
VVkdx&sdays and Saturdays at 7 a'.m,
For Freight or Passage apply at the
Ollice,
THOS. L. BRIOG8,
up] Ito Agent.
1TOTIOB
TIIE jipiPALOT OF 8URIEV
Offers great inducements to persons
IN SEARCH OF A HOME
 We havo	
Hoth wilil nud improvcil,
Good Roads, Schools, ('liurclies
And Post Ollice.
Our facilities for trade are excellent.
We havo good
WATER   COMMUNICATION
With outside markets, and onr
CLIMATE   IS   UNRIVALLED.
l'leuty uf liovorinnont Lund.
TO MANUFACTURERS aud GRIST
OR SAW MILL MEN establishing
themselves in this Municipality, tlio
Municipal Cnuncil nre offering LIBERAL
INDUCEMENTS. For further particulars apply personally or by letter to
HENRY T. THRIFT, C. M. C.
Intelligence Ollicer.
Clover Valley, Surroy, II. C.     [inylO-tc
-J XT "ST
AN INVOICE OF-
WAGGONS!
Cutting Boxes, Boot Slicers,
French Burr Stone Chopping Hills,
Fanning Mills, Clipper and
Mohawk Flows, kc., ke.
BURNST& COT,
VICTORIA,  B. C
aqkkts ran
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
rorlakle Saw Mills,   Oris. Mills,
Slilnele Mills,   Chnraplon Kn-
Slni's, Saw Mill Maililnrrj,
At.. At.
A, Harris, Son & Company,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Brantrord Mowers and  Reapers,
Osborne Mowers, Brnntford and
Osborne Cord Binders.
J,0,fisner, Son& Company,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Centennial  Sulky   Rake,   Sprint
Tooth Harrows, Spring Tooth
Cultivator, Brantrord Grain
Drill, At.,  4c.
at Machines always ou hand. Repairs
kept. dels
Iii the Supreme court or British Coliiiiililii.
I» TIIK ESTATBtlF HEN'RV BATHSON, Deo'D
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against tho estate of Henry Bate
sou, of Harrison rivor, must present same
duly proved to the nnderslguod boforo
tlio Kith Jul)', 1888. And nil persons
indebted to tho said estate must pay suoh
debts boforo that dato.
E. A. JENNS, Administrator.
New Westminster, Uth June, 1883.
iole-im
ROYAL  CITY
1 MS CC,
I.IHIITBD
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PRE-
PARED TO MANUFACTURE
-AM. DBSOKIPTIOXfi or—
Rougli & Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds,
I'liiiilni!. Scroll-simliiit, Turn-
In-*, Sliiiiiliitr,
And nil kinds of WOOD-FINISHINO,
executed to order with tho
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH   CASKS   A   SPECIALTY.
RIG   ARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   0.
JOHN HENDRY,
MANAOETt.
J.H. PLEACE -ft CO.
IMPOItTntS ASD DKAI.EIW IX
STOVES,
BANGES,   &C, &C.
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING   GOODS.
A full assortment constantly ou hnnd, nt
the LOWEST MARKET RATES.
TINWARE MANUFACTURED Oil TKE PREMISES.
AH Ithi'lH of W:itri"|>l|>t' IViii-l*. ill ren-
K-i-iiiiilc rates liy n •■iimti-'tnil Work*
mum milM'm-llim uutiriinlrnl,
SW .Milling promptly iiltcmkil to.
s-oi.r.U'ioKs sioxr. 1.1 n,m\'..
X<-*ir Wi'Htniln hU'T. '
IMPERIAL
' f INSURANCE CUP'ft
1 Oi.n Biioaii St. and I(i Pall Mali,,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
IjlOK INSURING HOUSK8 k OTHER
' UiiiMiiigs, Goods, WiU'eu, Mercliim-
i-lisi-, iMnuufiwturiiig and Ftirmmy Stm-k,
Sliip-- in Port, 1 ltu'1-or or Dock, nnd tlie
Cnrgofti of snd. Veaat-lt*; nlso, Ships building and ivpiiiring, Kargcs nnd other Vessels on iuivij-.nlik' rivora nud rjumls, nnd
Goods on bonrd such Vessels, throughout
l iivnt Britain nud Ird-iml and in Pureigu
Countries,
t'KHM MISS IMI ll.'MU.K BY FIRH.
Subscribed nud Invested Capital,
£1,(500.000 STG.
KutcH of Premium uud every information onu be obtained on application to
W. J.  AKJ18T1I0NB,
Agent for Now Westminster.
BRITISH IMI-UN A
M A RJ< E T
V.I ti', PORT MOODY AND NEW
WESTMINSTER.
The best cuinlity of
BEEF, PORK & MUTTON
Will be kept constantly ou hand. -
All hills presented on the 1st of each
month, mm must he pnid by 15th.
myl.l-tc] HAVENS AGO.
Xew Spring Goods!
MRS.   STRANG
1 )EIIS TO lNTOIt.M HUH Ellll'NIK
J )   thnt she line received lior stoek of
FANCY    GOODS 1
—ALSO—
I.ADIUS' ANI) CHII.DHEN'S
READYMADE CLOTHING
Cheapest in the City.
SW Noxt Door to City Drag Storo.   upl8
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL UK UKCEIVKD BY THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO. (LIMITED)
Except on their own Printed Forma of
Shipping Receipts, to bo had nt T. R.
Peaiison' k Co.'s, New Westminster.
apl I JOHN IRVING, Manager.
AYRSHIRE BULLS!
mm-
_. UNDKRSKJNED HAS FOR
__ sale on rcnsminblc ternm a few half-
bred Ayi-slure yearling Bulls, sired by tho
Thoroughbred Ayrshire Bull
a> XT V & B -R, IW ,
Tho dnma boing choice  dniry cowa.
A. S. VEDDER,
jell Siimaa.
Jar gale or lo iUnt.
Bargain for Gash!
TWO Olt THEEE HOUSES k LOTS
in good repair.   Apply at D. S.
CU-'TIS k CO.'S Drag Store.      ap2t
To Rent.
R1
OOMS SUITABLE FOE SINGLE
lneu, on ]'alias street.   Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
ic30-te] Land Agent.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The nly fire-Proof Hotel
in the City.
TUB MM IIFP'RTOT
IS UNDER TIIE  CHARGE  OP AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST,
THK UNfljERMGNED BEOS LEAVE
to imnmmco to the Public that he
haa purohosed the above Hotel, whore
everything will he found first-clasn, ami
at reusouable rates.
The Parlors and Bleeping Apart*
mcntK are under tho superintendence
of Mjw. ArsTi.v.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well snpplicd with hooks and papei-s, is
provided for tho tine of guests.
THB   BAR
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Liquous, Chubs, kc
JNO. AUSTIN,
l-ltOI'llIKTOR.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD.      INT.ET.
Newly Built and Newly Furnished,
large and Commodious.
ONE OF TKE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view  of  that
magnificent sheet of water known ns
Conl Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
Mill*    OV    UUOMS    1'OU    I-IHU IKS.
SW Visitors and Tourists will find it a
piict and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises'.
JOSEPH  MANNION,
COLUMBIA STltKET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
pletely re-furnished nud otherwise
f;reatly improved this well-known estab-
ishineut, I   have tha pleasure to announce thnt it is now
p- mn ma
For the reception of Guests.
Conveniently located aud well appointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all the most modern appliances, it
wilt be found iu every respect the best,
ns it is the largest and most commodious,
Hotel on the Mainland.
Th
RESTAURANT
Department is tinder tho very best management both ns regards 0PI8IKK ninl
ntteiidunce, und parties desiring them
can hnve PRIVATE DINING U00M8,
witli special nttendniieL-.
THE   BAR ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Wtiflffl nml
Liquors, and the best brands of (."nans
•vill always be bept on hand.
THE BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious aud well appointed, nud provided with Strahlh's Patknt CUSHION
TABLES, the best in uso.
fl" Good   attendance   and   moderate
charges.
3. E. INSLEY,
PnoriiiKToR k Manaiskh.
December 1, 1882-
New Westminster & Seattle!
THE   STEAMER
w
"*E1^7-u^3iTa-Bllj"
A. O. lliajAMH, MASTER.
ILL SAIL PROM NEW WEST-
MINSTER
Every WnliieMliiy, .1J n. m.,
For SEATTLE, via SAN JOAN anil
I'ORT TOWNSEND, connecting with
steamers for (ill points on tliu Sound.
Itotuniing, will snil from SEATTLE
every Monday, nt 7 ft. in., arriving here
on Tuesday afternoon.
For rates ot Freight or Passage, ftpply
to
J. A. II. HOMEU, Agent,
apUtc New West,
Stage Coaches for Sale!
APPLY TO
AV.  R.   LEWIS,
New Westminster, B. 0.
FOR SALE.
rnHREE YOKE OF WELL-BROKE
X work oxen, in good order; will girth
7 feet and upwards. Also, two work
horses. A. H. VEDDER,
jc'JO'.'in] Chilliwhack, B. C.
OXEN FOR SALE.
TWO GOOD YOKE OF OXEN,.
well broken and in Hrat-oloss wetkj
ing ordgr. AUo, an.^4 ox. For mm
cheap.   Apply to      ^J*-*—-
UkDKCK HUM. k CO.,
jel3-tcj Bnmette Mills,
Farm to Rent,
ABOUT 250 ACRES OK SEA IS.
laud, 3D acres under timothy; well
dyked, and there are thereon a good
dwelling-house and barn. The property
U owned hy Mr. Chris. Woods. For
particulars apply to
F.McCLEEBY,
jelO-tc. North Ann.
FOR SALE CHEAP:
A GOOD DAIRY FABM. Dwelling
House, Barns and other out-buila-
ingB, with the Stock, Dairy Utensils and
implements of husbandry. For particulars apply to
W. D. FERRIS,
Laud Agent, fto.
New Westminster,
20th April, 1883. ap21tc
FORSALE:
IK   NEW   MILCH   COWS   AND
XV Calves, aud 40 Hogs. To Ite seen
at tho shop of the undersigned, Ladner's
Landing. Also, 12 yoko broken oxen,
very large, girth 74 feet. Enquire of W.
H. Ladner, Ladner's Lauding, or U.
Nelson & Co.. Yale, or A. M. Notion,
New Westminster. Will trade them for
beef cattle, at lowest cash price.
jeSO-tc] U. NELSON k CO.
Farm for Sale.
CONTAINS 232 ACRES; FENCED,
dyked, and drained, and 70 acres
under cultivation. There are on the
premises four good houses, and all tno
machinery necessary for conducting
farming operations. Intending purchas.
ers may learn particulars oif applicatjoij
to the undersigned.   Terms cash.	
JAS. W. BOOTH,
je27-Im] Ladner's Landing.
FO!I SALE ffO LEASE
THE SHOP AND PREMISES ON
Columbia St., next the Customs
House, lately occupied by Nelson Bros.
Tiie situation is excellent for any business purpose. The building is divided
into two shops, and has a good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain, or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply oi|
the premises to
np21tc W. J. FRENCH.
FORJSALE.
WT  2,   BLOCK   IX.
"    i,    "      xxn.
"    10,      " XXVIII.,
City of Now Wcatminstor.'
—ALSO—
LOT  4,   BLOCK   I.
"  8*9,    "        m.
"      4,       " V.
"      3,       " X.
"   18, 19,4 20, BLOCK XIU.,
Suburban Lauds.
Apply to
H.  V. EDMONDS,
New Westminster,
or to ALLSOP k MASON,
anSOte Victoria.
Dairy Farm forSale!
MK. C. CHADSEY, OF SUMAS,
wishing to retire from business on
account of failing health, offers for sale
on reasonable terms his splendid improved
Dairy Farm, consisting of 52Q ac'^s ot
prairie hind, of which ISO aeres nre un
der fence, Thero is a good dwelling
house ou the place, also barn, dairy,
sheds, and stables; an excellent well and
a large orchard of choice fruit; and in
diort every improvement necessary for a
comfortable home nnd for carrying on a
large and prolitable business in dairy produce. Hairy stock and farming implements will be sold with the farm if desired. For terms apply to the owner on
the place, personally or by letter,
Sumas, April 0, 1883. aplltc
Pf
'llPIi.
11111 If
FORSALE.
A NO. 3 H0E-WASHINCT0N HMD-PRESS,
In iii-Ht-ctftss order, with rollers, roller-
stand aud everything complete.
Will print a sheet same size
ns the Columbian.
AN EIGHTH MEDIUM GORDON JOB PRESS,
(Improved), good as new, and in every
wny complete.   Will print from
1000 to 1500 anliour,
A LOT OF BRASS COLUMN & OTHER RULES,
Chases, etc., in good condition, suitable
for a newspaper.
These articles have been replaced by
new machinery, and will be sold at much
less than tlioy cost. Full particulars on
application at this office.
joO-tc.] D. ROBBON ft CO.
W. R. HOAR'S
NEW HARNESS SHOP
Columbia St., opp. Hyack Hall.
Evory description of work In
SADDLES,
(English or Mexican,)
Carriages or Wagon Harness, Leather,
Horse-Clothing etc. swThe best Santa
Qtm Leather used, Charges moderate.
Atrial solicited. [mylO-to. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Tenohor Woiitod A. limes
DykiiiK Act 0. B. Sword
To Shippers 0. E. Clnnoy
Notice to Builders W. S. Gore
R. E. Church Bishop Cridge
Goods of Henry Melville. .E. A. Jenns
Speoinl.... Johnston's Fluid Beef
lhe British Columbian.
WeilHlday Mornlw. I'tf "• l««3-
High Schools.
We undei'stmul that tho management of the collegiate and high sohool
in thia oity have mado application to
tho government for the use of the
old public school building. A similar request was mado to the lato
government, but met with refusal.
The late government erected a fino
building for tho Victoria high school
ami maintained tho concern entirely
at tho public expense, but absolutely
refused to grant anything towards
the support of a similar institution
for the mainland, and evon declined
to permit the old school houso to bo
used for high sohool purposes. Tbe
difference between the policy of tho
late government and the present
government on high sohool matters
is this: tho late government provid-
ed a free school for Viotoria and refused all assistance to tbo one in this
oity; the present goverumont propose to withdraw all high sohool
grants and confine their oduoational
endeavors wholly to tho public
schools. But there is a high school
building in Victoria which will bo-
come vacant when the high school is
closed. Wo understand that this
building will still be available for
high school purposes, if any person
can be found with pluck enough
undertake tho onterpriso and mako
it pay. It is only fair that New
Westminster should bo placed on a
similav footing. Hitherto our high
school has beon held in the basement
of a church, by permission of tbe
trustees. If the new public school
building wero completed, the old
school building would become vacant, and might be available for high
, school purposes. We notico thnt the
government are asking tenders for
tho completion of tho publio school
building, and from tliis fact we infer
that they hnve decided to grant tho
application of the high school man
ugement and permit the school to
occupy the old building. We hope
this inference is correct, and we hope
also that tho government may yet
see their way to make a small grant
say $1000 a year each, to the higl:
schools in New Westminster and
Victoria.
by tlio fodoral government. If old
Canada had been desirous of dealing
generously, or oven fairly, by this
provinco, sho would have ofl'cred
some substantial compensation for
thia five years extra tax, and for the
prolonged stagnation which was
everywhere felt in commercial circles in consequence of tlie delay.
But wo have yet recoived no consideration whatever. Even the latest
proposal—the bonus of §750,000 to
the island railway—aeoma to bo somewhat uncertain. Wo havo also a
serious grievance against the federal
government becauso thoy havo kept
a largo tract of our best lands locked
up, nnd have driven away many
persons who wore in search of lioiuos
among us. If tlio railway lands
had boon opened to settlement, 'and
tho other provincial grievances adjusted equitably, the pooplo of British Columbia could have engaged in
celebrating Dominion Day with an
intelligent enthusiasm which wo
fancy never entored into the minds
of thoso who enjoyed tlio festivities
of last Monday. We hopo not many
Dominion Days will puss before it
will bo - possible for us to hear the
screech of the Canadian Pacific
Railway train from Halifax, as it
thunders through tlie canyons of
Fraser River. To that event we
look forward with undiminished
interest, and tlie first through train
may expect a recoption more enthusiastic and hearty thai, any Poiniii
ion Day evor received in British
Columbia,
Dominion Day.
Tho celebration of onr national
birthday was conducted with becoming enthusiasm in tliis city last
Monday. There were large numbers of visitors from neighboring
settlements, and tiio city turned out
well. It is quite possible, however,
that tho holiday wus held in esteem
more than tlie occasion. People are
usually quite wilting to take a holiday if they can find u reasonable
plea for so doing; but in the enjoyment of that felicity they may never
once ask themselves why it is a
holiday at all.. The confederation
of Canada was consummated on tho
lst oi July, 1867, and British Columbia wns admitted to the con
federacy in 1871. The condition
of our union was that the Canadian Pacific Railway should be
completed to the Pacific coast iu
10 years. Everyone knows that
the condition has not been fulfilled,
and cannot be fulfilled within less
thau 5 years aftor the time specified. But it should also be remembered that the promise made by Sir
John Macdonald in 1871, when we
entered confederation, wus practically impossible of fulfilment. Tbo
time required to make reliable
surveys of the route was such that
no government, without an enormous waste ot money, could have
kept tho compact. It cannot bo said
that tho government of Canada
have not shown a reasonable amount
of energy iu carrying forward this
great work; and if we have been
disappointed at unexpected delays,
we have reason also to rejoice bo-
cause bo much vigor is now being
displayed in the work, and its completion is so near at hand. It is
generally believed that within three
yean we shall havo a continuous
railway line through CanudUn territory, from Burrard Inlet to Halifax (with the exception, perhaps, of
that portion of the road north of
Lake Superior). These five years
of delay have cost this province a
great deal of money. Every year
we are paying into the customs
houses thousands of dollars which
we would not pay if the Canadian
markets were accessible to us. Before entering confederation wf had
the power to regulate our own
tariff, but that power had to be
surrendered; and in 1879 our burdens were enormously increased by
tht •doptiw of a proMotive tariff
REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH
THE RIGHT RKV. BISHOP ORIUG-E
of tho Reformed Episcopal Oliuroli,
will preach iu tlio Court llmi.se next
Sabbath (July 8th) at 11 a. in. and 7 p.
m. The public are cordially invited to
attend. jy4-2t.
"SUMAS DYKING AMENDMENT ACT, 1883."
T HEREBY CALL A MEETING OF
Jjhoae interested for tho purpose of appointing an arbitrator, in terms of abovo
Act, at the school house, Matatjui, at'A
o'clock p. tu., on the Slat'Inst,
C. B. SWORD,
Matsfpii, 2nd July, 1883, [jy-i-lm
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A DULY-QUALIFIED
male teaohor for Prairie school.
Duties to commence at the beginning of
next term.   Apply tn
A. INNES, Sec'y,
jy-l-tu] Langley.
INIPORTANTTO SHIPPERS.
New Thkough Routk Betwkkn Rout-
lan!) and new westminster.
mHE OREGON RAILWAY AND
X Navigation Co. will dispatch the
ateamer (ilpxy from New Taconm with
flour and merchandise for New West-
mister direct on July 12th, KSSII, und
thereafter at regular intervals.
Through rates from Rortlund,
aud feed, $(1 per ton of 2,000 lbs.
ehaudisc, §8 per. ton of 2,000 lbs.
JNO. MUIR, Supt. of Trtillle.
A. L. STOKES, Asst. Supt. Traffic.
jy4-tc] O. E. CLANCY, Agent.
IN THE GOODS OF
HENRY MELVILLE,
Late ov Sumas, Deceased.
A LL PARTIES INDEBTEUTO'J'HE
j\_ deceased arc required to pay the
undersigned the respective amounts due
on or before the 10th day of August,
1S83. Aud all parties having any claims
ugainst deceased are romib'od within the
same period to send their claims, properly verified, to
EUSTACE A. JKNNS,
Administrator.
Now Westminster,'3rd July, 1883,   llm
Hour
Notice to Builders.
SEALED TENDERS, PROPERLY
endorsed, will bo received by the
Honourable the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works, up to noon of Thursday, l'ith July, for tho completion of
the second story of the public school
house at New Westminster.
Plans and specifications can be seen at
the office of J. C. Hughes, Government
Agent, New Westminster, from whom
blank forms of tender can be obtained.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. S. GORE, Surveyor-Gon'l.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, 2i)th, June 18*3.
jy4-td
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot No. 22, Bled> XXIII, City of New
Westminster,
A CERTIFICATE OF 1NDEFEAS-
ible title to tho above mentioned lot
will be issued to Elizabeth Kathleen
Black on tho First Day of October,
next, unless in the meantime a valid objection thereto be made to the under
signed, in -writing, by some person
claiming an estate or interest iu said lot,
or uny part thereof.
H. B. W. AIKMAN,
Registrar-General.
Land Registry Office,
28th Juno, 1883. [ju'JO-td
3STOTICE-
NOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 200 acres of land
situate on a small bay ou the northwest
end of Texada Island, near Marshal
Point, District of New Westminster, described as follows:
Commencing at a stake set nu shore of
small hay; thence east 40 chains* thu nee
south 50 chains; thence west 10 chains;
thence north to shore line of Texada
Island; thence in a northeasterly direction along shore line to point of commencement. EDWARD TRIM.
By hie attorney, Hakry Tium.
New Westminster, June 22, 1883.     [2m
NOTICE.
steaipeWcharter,
SEALED PROPOSALS, ENDORSED
"Proposals for a, Steam Ferry," will
bo received by the Mayor of the city nf
New Westminster up to eight o'clock p.
m. of Monday, July oth, 1888, for the
right of maintaining and operating a
Steam Ferry between the wharf at the
terminus of the New Westminster nnd
Hope trunk rood and a, point on the water trout of the oity of Now Westminster,
Proposals must state fully:
1st,—The capacity, and otherwise describe the boats proposed to be used,
2nd.—The minimum number of trips
to be made por diem.,
3rd.-—Tho term of years for which a
charter would be required.
4th. —The cash bonus required.
5th.—The maximum rate of tolls to bo
demanded.
The right to reject any or all proposals
is reserved.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Mayor.
N«w Westminster, Juno 25th, 1883.
joSO-td,
THK WAY IT WILL AFFECT YOU,
It excites expectoration aiid causes the
lungs to throw off the phlegm or mucous;
changes the secretion* and purines the
blood; heals tho irritated parts; gives
strength to the digostiva organs; brings
the liver to its proper action, and imparts
strength to the whole system.    Stroll is
THE   IMMEDIATE   ANO   .SATJKKACTOKY   EF-
mvr thnt it i.< warra-nteil lo bnnk up the
most distressing rough in a few hours''
time, if not of too long standing, //1*
warranted to oivk entiiie sjatispaotion,
even in the most eoiijirmed cases of Con-
sumption! Il is warranted not to produce
oostivonoss (which is the case with most
remedies), or affect the head, as it contains no opium in any form. // is warranted to be •perfectly harmless to the most
delicate chihl, although ib is an active
and powerful remedy for restoring the
system. There is no real necessity for so
many death by Consumption, when Allen's Lust: Bai.9A7i1 will prevent ifc if
only taken iu time. Physicians having
consumptive patients, and who, having
failed to cure them with their own medicines, we would recommend to give Allen's Li;nc Balsam ii trial. Sold by all
Druggists, je30-lm.
PRELIMINARY NOTICE.
 AN IMPORTANT	
AUCTION SALE
Of city suburban and I'ort Moody
property will be had nt the Colonial Hotel at an curly date, Parties desirous of
disposing of their property tire hereby
invit:n 1 to placo thesame in the hands of
the undersigned at as early a date as
possible, in order that the same may b
fully advertised, to enable intending purchasers to visit and examine far themselves before day of snle. This is considered a rare chance for parties desirous
of selling, as also for intending purchasers, as iu the event of there being no side
effected there will be no charge. Terms
us usual.  ■—
j*s,w.-immm*
In connection with the Agricultural Fair
to be held in this city, the undersigned
proposes holding
AH AUCTION SALE
On the ovening of the lirst dny of Fair
of Homesteads, Wild i-und, Etc. On
the second day of Fair an auction sale
will be held o'f Sllicli illlll Flll'lll Pro-
(lllCC. This will give nn opportunity to
Farmers of disposing of th»ir breeding
and other stock, and also to purchasers
ii elm lice of getting trhul lhey may
require in that line, without having to
search to country for tho snine. This
early opportunity is taken with a view
to giving parties desirous of disposing of
their Farms or property, ample time
to make the same public, so that
likely purchasers may have nn opportunity of visiting and seeing for themselves,
which they could not do at a short notice. This will be nn opportunity
tliat lias never incurred before,nnd
every Farmer should make a point of
visiting New Westminster on tlmt occasion. All that Is required of those
who wish to dispose of thoir property is
that they communicate full piirtleUllirs
to the undersigned as soon as possible,
giving the lowest (Hsh price they will
take for the same. If such price iB not
realized there will bo no charge niude.
In this way a farm or a tract of land at
Cariboo or Kamloops or Nieola Valley
can be disposed of without the owner being pnt to the least expeusc or inconvenience thereby, Full particulars of sale
in due time.
T. J. TRAPP,
Auctioneer.
Now Westminstor, Jmi'ofith, 1883.
jetl-tc
D. S. CURTIS.
S. CLARKE, M. lt.
liii&i
DIRECT IMPORTERS
And   wholesale and retail dealers ii
iiriigSiiMJiweais,
-  Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
DYE  STUFFS,
Lamps and Lamp Woods, etc,
Oils of Every Description,
Sole Agents for
"SKID GREASE."
CHEQUE LOST.
i O. P. It.- C1IKQUK, Nt). (HI22,
iY for §10.00, payablo to the order of
D. II. Grant. It is not endorsed and ia
of uo value to any person but the owner.
A suitable reward will bo paid tor its
recovery. jo27*2w
NOTICE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY U1YEN THAT
I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 200 acres of land on
Bowen Island, Howe Sound, Now Westminster Pistrict, described na follows:
Commencing nt a point 80 chnins, more
or less, west of the northwest corner of
W. Baton's pre-emption claim on Bowen
island; thence south 50 chains; theiicu
west Id chains; thence north 50 chains;
theuco cast 40 chnins, to point of commencement. JAMES IB-BANS,
New Westminster, B.C., dune 27,18SS.
joH0-2m.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH MLUMBIA.
Jit the Estate of JAMES A, SIVEWRIGHT, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
all claims against the above-named
Estate must be presented and all debts
duo the said Estate must be pnid, within
ouo month from the date hereof.
Claims arc to bo presented and accounts paid to Mr. John C. BiiowN.
Bated New Westminster, 25th .Inne,
1883.
H. SlVKWIiH.HT,
je27-lin Administratrix.
PRICE LIST OF FRUIT
is1 a t -ta
BEATJ0HAMFS
RBHAUCHAMP, YATES STREET,
a receives' fruit direct from Sacra-
mento Valley, by.ovory steamer, nnd is
prepared to sell at the following prices:
■ SI 75
. 1 00
. I 1)0
.1 25
per doz
per doz
per doz
per doz
pillt nd
ietoria.
COLUMBIA STREET,
One door from Colonial Hotol,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C,
Peaches, per box	
Apples, per box	
Boars, per box	
Apricots, per box	
Cherries, per box of 10 lbs..   	
Oranges, 25 (fi). 50 cents
Lemons, -15 ('.'■ 51) cents
Acapillco Limes, , .25 (3l 50 cents
Green Corn 25® 50 cents
Tomatoes, 12A  cents per
KICK. BEAUCHAMP
je27-tc. V
NEW GOODS!
E. ELLIOTT'S
COLUMBIA    STREET.
JUST ARRIVED, A GOOB SKLKC
fj tion of DRY GOODS, comprising:—
l,n (Ts KHilioiiN, Iri'iirii I'lunii >, 'iiim-Is,
I.wliiV and UvnW Hum-. <iiIIhi*k, Ties,
and lltiiidlten-lilcl's. Print* and »•-•--,-,
I'-hhIs, irrlniilU'S. i'liiiincls. Miii'liitas,
Sheet hia-.. Tit Id c Linen, Knm n HoMrii.ils,
Calicoes, Mlunrls HluuKcIs, »t<\, I'lcav
er-S Tereliriie Sou]). Honey nml Alliiiiml
lilyn'rlne. H'iiIvwI'm ('ni'linllr, tlr-iwii
mt.d-.ni-, IVvliitnri'.v. -At.
AlMi-lliii-dwitre, Tiiid*., Iloov I'lfthilt-t.
KiihIi Fasteners, 8'ercws- .\alls, Ae,
Agent for HttriiiT Twelvelrou's Wash-
Inn;, Wrliitiliiir. nnd Sl.n»sll»« Haelilue
ilsl oil/i- I.iniilon, I'iirlsiiiiil Yli-m.n Kxlil-
iiltlmis. will wind- fur family u(« iii a
hours; no Ironing), miiat
INSHORE FISHERIES, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
pDBLIC ATTENTION IS CALLED
J to certain provisions of the Statutes
of Canada, intituled respectively "An
Act Respecting Fishing by Foreign Vessels," 31 Vic.jChnp. IB, and "An Act to
Extend to British Columbia the Act Hi
Intiiig to Fishing by Foreign Vessels," 40
Vie,- Cap. 27, tin-bidding any foreign
ship, vessel or boat, not navigated according to tha laws of the United Kingdom, or of Cnujtdn, to lish for, take, dry
or cure, any lish of any kind, within
three marine miles uf the coasts, buys,
creeks or harbours uf Canada, not affected by the Convention of ISIS, and the
Treaty of Washington, between Great
Britain aud the United States, Ships,
vessels and boats, together with alt
goods, tackle, rigging, apparel, furniture,
stores and cargo liable to forfeiture under the said Acts, mny be seized by any
of the oiliecrs hereinafter named: Fishery officers, Customs oflicerS, Sheriffs,
Magistrates, and commissioned officers
of Her Majesty's Navy.
Ily order of the Acting Minister. *
W. P. WH1TCHM1J,
Commissioner of Fishei
Dept. of Mnriiiennd Fisheries,
Ottawa, IstJimo, IS8S.
jc.iO-.H.
By order of W. II. .-'ALBINO, Rao,,, I
will sell by public auction, tit hi.-* residence ou Klliott street, on
THURSDAY
Tizly Stli,
At II o'clock a. m., all hi.- wall-selected
HOU-FHOLD
FurniturK
And ell'ects, comprising
FURNITURE,
Walnut Sideboard, Music Stands,
Walnut 18 foot Extension Dining Table,
Oak and Hindustani Cache Table:', Set
Montane Olive Wood Brackets, Vaaes,
Clocks, Lamps, nrnamunts, Proof Copies
and other Pictures, Choice Col loot-ton of
Table Silver, Cutlery and Glassware,
Dinner Set, Tea Sot,, and other Crockery,
Ebony and Silver Flute, Tool Chest,
Stoves, Soda Fountain, and Nnpicr
Ooflce Machine. Twelve pair blankets
and other Bedding, and numerous other
articles. Also a First-Class Sipmre
Piano,
HENUY V. EDMONDS,
je.i0.td] Auctioneer,
TRAPP
BROS.
Importers of
GENERAL
WE HAVK
New Goods
 FIIOM	
LONDON   DIRECT.
LOVELY SHADES,
FISE MATERIAL,
EXCELLENT WEAR,
LOW PRICES.
TRAPF
BROS.,
AUCTIONEERS.
ja27-tu.
Notice to Farmers.
Fig-S!   Pigs!
THK MAKKKT PBICE IN CASH
will 1)0 paid nll tlio yenr round liy
tlio undersigned for live lings from 100
to 200 pounds onol), nnd to bo in fnt condition. Sellers will bo informed of tbo
1 loin's nt whioh hogs nro to be delivered
>y steamer.   Apply immediately to   .
KWONCi LEE k CO.,
jc20-lm] Ynlo, B. C.
New and Latest Styles of
MILLINERY
The Stock
Is ns well assorted as any on the
Mainland, comprising:
Hats & Bonnets
Of the most fashionable shapes and
styles.
Ribbons.
Ottoman, Satin, Reversible, Fringed
and lace ribbons, plaid & all shades
Piece Goods.
OTTOMANS,    SURAHS,
satins, silks, sarsnets, velvet and
velveteens, brocade and plain. .
Black and cream Spanish
lace. Ostrich featliers
and tips, a handsome assortment.
Flowers, Frillin&s
Neck arrangements in lace and muslin, gloves, hosiery, corsets, dress
trimmings, etc., etc., etc., etc.
COME AND SEE OUR STOCK.
myI6-tc.
Chas. IcDonough
Front street,
New  Westminster, B. C.
..Dealer in..
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS  AND  CAPS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING
GRAIN,
FEED,
SEEDS,
POTATOES,
LIME, ETC.
Special attention to Farmers' Supplies. Produce of nll kinks purchased
at highest market prices. Orders by
mail will receive prompt attention.
chas. Mcdonough.
myi6-tc
New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new goods
consisting in part of
ECR-H"   O-003DS,
Clothing-.
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection of ■
Groceries and Provisions
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stone building,Columbia
street. myi6-tc.
NOTICE.
For sound, useful household goods try
WM. RAE'S
Next door to Colonial Hotel.
Groceries, Provisions, Crockery and
Classwarc.   A large and well
selected stock ol
DRESS GOODS,
In the newest materials.
Prints. Sheetings,
Flannels, tweeds, etc. A complete
line of
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Clothlnor
OF   FIRST-CLASS   (JUALlTY
and fashionable style.   A
full line of
BOYS' CLOTHING
The stock Is new and will be sold at
CHEAP rates, myi6-tc.
C.Q. MAJOR
Importer and dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
ninE-w
CoodS COCKS
Brussels Carpets,
Papistry Carpets,
Wool Carpets,
Lace Curtains,
Tapistry Curtains.
Nottingham Curtains
Black Cashmeres,
Colored Merinos,
Cashmere Twills,
Lustres and Alpacas,
White Table Damask,
Brown do,
Table Napkins,
Diapers,
Irish Linen,
Muslins (book),
Brilliants.
White Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
Brown Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
White and Unbleached
COTTONS,
Every Quality and Price.
TOWELS,
White and Drown Turkisb,Huckabuck
Honey-Comb and linen.
NB-W
WM. RAE
HAS   FOR  SALE  SO OR  90 TONS
FIRST-CLASS
TIMOTHY   HAY
(Woll Cured ami Clean)
$28 .A. TODST,
AT     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
SPLIT & SAWN SHINGLES.
(ni)7to)
Large Stock, Best
Materials, Latest
Styles, and
Low Down Prices,
Everything in
Provisions, Crockery & Glassware
What you don't see
ask for,
And what we don't
keep we will get.
O.Q. MAJOR
Importer and dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
C.   M.   McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST KKCEIVEDTHE LAKO.
est nssoftment of ClockB over held
on tho Mainland of Untish Columbia.
Nlcltol Clocks, at $2.25 (warranted).
Both  Tliomns-  Nickel Alarm, nt
8:1.2*1.
All kinds  of   Mlllllrl   llllll   Oflico
Clocks.
Wnltlllini 'Vlltt'llPS, coin silver cases,
from Slfi upwards.
A fino nssoi'tmont of Stirling: Silver
.H'WClrj, of the latest designs.
Silver Plate Ware  and Optical
Goods.
Columbia Strhet,
au2 New Westminster, B.C.
11
OPPOSITE P10NEKR WIUIIF,
F s.ONT STREET,
SEW     WESTMINSTER.*
IMl'ORTBR AS!) DEALER IN
Dry (iiioils. CloUiIng,
lints uml Millinery,
Fancy Gooils, Jewelry,
llools and Shoes
crockery, Cutlery,
Cigars anil Tobaccos,
I'rnlls anil Confectionery.
Stoek large and well selected. All
Goods first-class, and will lie sold nt
very low prices for cash.
mliM M. ECKSTEIN.
1862.
1883.
COLUMBIA
HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
TAMES
cfc OO..
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS.
GENERAL
WE HAVE NOW THE
most extensive stock
lo bo found in the Province,
consisting of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries and Provisions,
Patent Medicines, Hardware,
Agricultural Implements,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp
Stock, Paints, Oils, Ship
Chandlery and Stores, Stoves
and Tinware, Plumbers'
Goods, Plaster,Cement, Lime,
&c., &c.
Orders for the above solicited. Prices out low. Terms
Cash.
April Oth, 1S8S.
ap7 Wxt §ritish (SoIiunWan.
Wcilnerfdny Morning, 4mly 4, 1H8K.
MARRIED.
HUME-DBVOY.-In tills city, on ttio aiul
Inst., by ttio Rev. E. Hol-soii, Jolm
Arclillinlil Hume ami Alice Devoy,
daughter of Mr. John Devoy, nil of
Hnpporton,
l-ASSIM-lllS.
Per str. Hithct from Victoria, June 80.—
Mr und Mrs Homesvllle, Miss Campbell,
MlssMadlgan, Mrs McRoberts. JBllard.
Williams, 'riiomus, Johns, Hulgli, Lock,
Stafl'ord. Keller, McDonald, Snow, Grunt,
and 20 others.
Per str. Ititlict from Yule, July 2.—Mrs
Kipp, Miss Douglas, Hev, Coccolii. B
Douglas, Jliermmi, Douly, King, Johnstone;-Hendereo^StovcnBoniElirott, Wilson, Tolnilo, Oromerly, Crawford and
o thorn.
Porstr. Irving, from Yule, July 2.—Mrs
Yorkson, Miss Millar, Mrs Murray, Marcus Smith, Ward, Millar, Barton, llobin-
son, MeCluro, MoCnmoron, Hal by, Jlur-
toti, Kelly, Kolliorl, McCmi.Qulnn.lother
Kcpin, and 50 Chinamen.
Per str. Enterprise, from Victoria, July
&—Miss Scott, Miss Pieiiee, Mrs Minor,
Crldgo & wi, MoLollttii, Holding, DuVIs,
Clarke, lUclimilMoi,, Hiilllvnii, Johnson,
Martin, Drunk wort It, Fraser, Hi-iieuc, Adair
W Adair,Bothorby, Bmr, Sheldon, Wml-
Iiiiiiik, Page, Young.
Thero are 5 ships loading nt Moudy-
vitlo, and 2 at Hustings,
The Bteamer Rithet brought down
07 head of very fine cattlo on Monday,
Don t forgot that tenders for tho
stonin forry must be sent in next
Monday.'
Mr. Sluggott having resigned, tho
trustees of Langley Prairie advertise
for a new teacher.
Several new settlers hnvo taken up
land in the vicinity of Fort Langley
within the last few weeks.
Tenders nro asked for tho completion of the upper part of the new
sohool house.   Seo adv.
Thoro were a vory largo number of
Indians in the city yesterday, Front
st. being literally crowded.
The Right Rev. Bishop Cridgu will
preach iu tho court house next Sabbath morning and evening.   Soe adv.
Mr. Thompson lately sold 50 acres
of liis claim, near Port Moody, for
85,000. The Jpurchasoi' ib from tho
'oast.
Remember the auction sale of household furniture and effects at the residence of Mr. Falding to-morrow. See
adv.
Mayor Edmonds entertained Mayor
Bate, Mra. Bate, Mr. Gordon, M. P.,
and others, of Ntiuiiimo, nt lunch on
Dominion Day.
There wero quito a number of drunk
Indians ih tho city on Monday, and
somo of them assumed a decidely
hostile attitude.
Attention is directed to the advertisement respecting the steamship lino
about to bo established between Portland and this city.
The fortnightly mooting of tho Bluo
Ribbon Club takes place in the Skating
Rink ut 8 o'clock this evening. A cordial invitation is extended to nll.
Wo hear that Mr. McKeunoy, of
Maple Ridge, lias leased his hotel to a
new arrival and has taken up his residence upon his farm iu tho settlement.
The weathor for some weeks has
been unusually dry for this season of
the yenr, and crops in some places aro
suffering. A good shower of rain is
much needed.
The str. Rithot arrived from Victoria at 7:30 Inst night with tho 4th of
July excursion on Guard. Tho excursionists numbered about 00, She loft
for Yalo about 0 o'clock.
About 25 excursionists went over on
the steamer Evangol to Scnttlo yostorday morning to witness the Fourth of
July celebration. The steamer is expected to return to-morrow.
With such excellent facilities fur
boating as we possess thero should bo
enterprise enough to carry on a boating club. There is scarcely any exercise moro healthful than rowing.
We shall be glad always to receive
items of news from any part of the
province. By sending suoh items for
publication people not only do us a
favor but bring their districts prominently before the public.
Tlio bazaar in aid uf St. Ann's Convent opened un Monday and* wns continued all yeBterday. The room was
very tastefully decorated, and thero
woro numerous visitors, but we have
not heard the financial result.
Thero should bo some uniform practice adopted by morohnnts on general
holidays. Thoy should either shut
up or keep open. About half the
stores complied with tho common
practice on Monday, and the other
half sold ns usual.
Messrs. Woods & Turner aro laying
out a now town sito at Port Moody, on
lot 208, group 1. Tho property is owned by Messrs. Beavon and Wilson, and
comprises about 100 acres. It lies immediately weBt of tho railway wharf.
What's tho matter! The Enterprise
arrivod horo yesterday afternoon n few
minutes beforo 4 o'clock!! This is thu
first timo suoh a feat has been nccoin-
plished for many mouths, and we aro
devoured by u desire tu ackuuwlodgo
it with thanks,
Mr. Wintemuto is building a now
wharf at the osplnnadu, in front of tho
foundry. It is 00 foot long aud about
00 foet wide, but it ia intended eventually to make it 120 feet loilg. Tho
wharf is for the accommodation uf tho
foundry and those who patronize it,
One pound of Johnston's Fluid Beef is
guaranteed to contain more real nnd direct nourishment than 200 lbs, of Lie-
big's or any similar extract of beef, Tbo
British Government analyst has pronounced it tho most perfect food ho over
examined. For sale by D. S. Curtis &
Co. jy4-3m.
Mr. Samuel Pasamore who recently
sold his farm situated below St Mary's
Mission purposes to leavo for England
on a visit shortly. Mr. P. came to this
country in 1858 and waB engaged on
the boundary survey, since the completion of whioh ho has followed mining and latterly farming,
We are informed that a certain merchant in this oity sold about 8300
worth of goods last Sunday morning.
Not long ago tho city-council asked
legal advice concerning tho Sunday
law, and tho answer was that tho law
could be enforced. What use have
tlio council made of that information}
Wo learn that,tho gov't, agont has
refused to renew tho liquor license
granted to MoLcan, of Pitt River. In
this tho agent hns acted wisely. Tho
licenso should never have beon granted,
and tho reei nil of tho house hns beeu
bad onough to justify the withdrawal
-of tho license. Wo hopo tho ugont'fl
action may bo a warning to somo oth-
•era in the district who are not much
better than McLean.
Messrs. R. H. Holding and H. Davis
went down to Victoria on Saturday
last to procure n mower for uso upon
thoir fnrniB at Langley.
• Tho Excelsior Band left for Whatcom yesterday morning to assist in
tho Fourth of July celebration. They
go overland, on horsobnek, Mr.French
having supplied ten saddle horses for
the occasion, The road overland is inn
bad condition, and wo hopo tho members uf tho band may reach thoir dos-
timi without discord.
Next timo we havo a public celebration in Now Westminstor it is to
be hoped some place besides tho streets
may bo set apart for tho sports. Any
pleasure which might hnvo been expected from the show un Monday was
destroyed by tho circumstanced. It
is not creditable tu this oity that it
should bo without a public park,
There should be n game association
in this city, Wo arc informed that
game is frequently killed out of season, nud it is to tho interest uf all
Bportsmeii thnt the eloso season should
he carefully ubsorved. We believe
that quail could bo purchased very
reasonably at some ut the islands in
the gulf, aud if thoy woro introduced
into this district and protected thoy
would thrive and multiply rapidly.
Iv Pont.—On Monday the following
steamers -wore iu this port: Wilson G,
Hunt, R. P. Rithot, Wm. Irving,
Reliance, Evangel, Adelaide, Myra,
Gem, Ruby and Lottio. The wharves
presented a vory gny and businesslike appearance.
 m.	
Handsome Writing Table.—A-veiy
handsome writing table has lately been
put up iu tho reading room of tho Colonial Hotol, Tho bnck is lofty, tastefully designed, nnd ornamented with
advertisements, It is a pretty piece of
furniture, nnd adds much to tho appearance and comfort of the room.
Methodist Missions, — From the
linal drnft of stations, which is to band
it appears thut Rev. W, B, Seccombe
is appointed to Maplo Ridge, Rov.
Thomas W. Hall to Yale and Lytton,
Rev, John P. Bowell to Nicola, nnd
Rev. W, J. Dowler, B.A., to Langley,
Surrey nnd Deltn. Those nro tho only
changes mude by tho recent conference
jn the Victorin nnd New Westminster
districts.
Customs Collkctions. — Customs
collections nt tlio Port of Now Westminster for tho montli ended 30th
June ult: Customs duties, $11,047.49;
other revenues, S80.90. Total, $11,-
128.39. Collections for Juno, 1882,
§3,074.49. Increase, 1883, 88,053.90.
Total collections for tho yoar ended
30th June, 1883, §111,295.78. Totnl
collections for tho yoar onded 30th
Juno, 1882, §71,559.56. Increnso for
tho year, 839,730.23.
TftR Cmuus.— The circus Inst Fri-
dny night wns largely attended, and
gave general satisfaction. Thero must
havo boon nbout 1500 persons present,
as the seating accommodation wns not
nt all sufficient for tho audience. Tho
■host interesting part of tho performance wns undoubtedly tho exhibition
given by the trained horses. The
slack wire performance was also exceedingly goud. Boyond these there
was nothing worthy of special mention,
 . .*.	
C. P. R.—Tiio greatest portion of
tho line from Port Moody to Haney
is now ready for the tics. Tho sloughs
between Pitt River and Maplo Ridge
have beon "piled" for bridging. Most
of the trcatlo work in tho Mnplo Ridgo
section is in position. Tho piles havo
been driven fur the bridges ovor two
sloughs nt McKonny's uud nbout half
of those required for the long bridge
across llatzie slough leading to Bur-
tun's prairie. Ono of tho pile-drivers
commenced operations on Kanaka creek
this weok. Tho Northern Indians who
were nt work iu tho neighborhood of
the mission hnvo left nud come down
to engage in fishing. There was somo
dissatisfaction with tho "buflaes."
Whallock station, situated bolow Stave
river, is completed and is a commodious
building,
■•*•■ ■	
Siiii'i'iNi) Items. — Tho steamers
Enterprise and Irving loft for Victoria and Yale, Saturday morning.
Steamer Rithet arrived from Victoria
Saturday night and proceeded to Yale.
On Monday steamer Rithet arrived
from Yalo at 0:15 n. m. and (loft for
Victoria, ut 10; steamer Wilson G.
Hunt armed from Nanaimo at 2 p.m.,
with excursion party; steamer Evangel
arrivod from Seattle at 5:30; and
Bteamer Irving arrived from Yalo at
0;30, Steamer Hunt loft for Nanaimo Monday night, with excursion.
steamer Evangel loft yostorday
morning with excursion to Scuttle; and
steamer Dunsmuir left yostorday
morning with passengers nnd cattle
for Nanaimo, Steamer Enterprise
arrived from Victoria yesterday afternoon at 3:55.
Personal.--Tho Rov. Thos. Crosby.
chairman of tho Port Simpson district
of the Methodist Church, came down
tu Nanaimo by the last trip of tho
Otter, aud over to tlii* city ou Monday last by tho Wilson G. Hunt. Ho
reports the past year to havo boen ono
of groat success in mission work within the bounds uf his district. The
canneries ef tho north are in full blast,
und good wnges nm boing pnid to tho
Indians, Borne of whom have boon put
in responsible positions as foremen in
this industry. Tho reverend gentleman went ovor tu Seattle and Port
Townsend by the Evnngel yeBterday
morning to have a look at some of tho
small steamers there with a view to
purchasing one for use iu connection
with the mission work in tho extensive
district uf whioh ho has charge.
Should hu not succeed in finding a
suitable boat, ono will bo built during
the present Benson, under his direction, nt Port Simpson. During his
stay of a fow hours, Mr. Crosby hold
a religious servico iu tho locture-room
of tho Mary street church, nt whioh a
large number of northern and othor
Indians wero prosont.
From Ladner's Landing
Botwoon 9 and 10 o'clock on Thursday morning the roof of tho two-story
dwelling of Mr. Flunk Lord at Lad-
nor'H Lauding, Frasor rivor, was discovered to be on tiro. Neighbors flocked to the sceno and did all in their
power to save the houso; but finding
that impossible thuy turned thoir attention to preserving tho furniture, in
which laudable effort thoy woro generally successful. The* building was
entirely consumed, inflicting a' loss of
$1500, on which there was no in
surance,—Colonist.
From Lanpley Prairie.
(Correspondence of the Columbian.) *
The crops in this district uro beginning to show tho. effects of long-
continued drouth,' nnd if rain does
nut soon como tho results will bo
serious. All crops will bo short,
nnd roota will suffer most. Tho Prairie School examination took place un
Friday, The .pupils acquitted themselves very woll, reflecting credit both
upon themselves nud their teacher.
Mr. Sluggott, who hns hnd charge of
this school fur the past two years, has
placed Ms resignation in the hands of
tho trustees. As a teacher Mr. Slug-
gett hns beon faithful and successful,
and ho carries away with him the
good wishes of the whole neighborhood. After the examination the
school held n picnic nt tho camping
ground, whore it very plonBnnt afternoon wns spoilt. Thore woro abundant refreshments, and the recitations
nud Hinging were very interesting.
Swings and other amusements wore
provided, nnd the party did uot break
up until about sundown. The annual
school election resulted in the return
of Mr. A. limes, who has already
served nine years in that capacity, and
expressed a wish to retire, But the
section wouldn't let him.
St. Louis School Examination.
LIST OF PRIZES AWARDED ON 28th ULTIMO.
Commercial Couhse. — Q^ade 1;
Master Joseph Magnono, first prize for
Christian doctrine and history. Qrado
2: I. O. Coulthard, first prize for
reading, writing, grammar and use of
globes, O, A. Bcekingham, first prize
for composition, history, geography
and written exorcisos. C. F, Deane,
first prize for spelling, derivation and
arithmetic.
Intermediate Course.—Grade 1:
Master T. H. Hodges, first prize for
writing and composition. Joseph
Buckingham, first prize for Christian
doctrine, geography nud history, 0.
McDonald, spoiling and reading.
Grade 2: Jns. Contlie, first prize for
Christian doctrine, geography nnd
written exorcises, G, Pittendrigli,
first prize for arithmetic. A. Pittendrigli, first prize for writing. T, Lovi,
first prize for reading. D. Dickinson,
first prizo for geography. H, Oho-
quette, first prize for Christian doctrine.
Primary Course.—Grade 1: W. H,
Elliott, first prizo for spelling. G.
Clrir, rending nnd arithmetic. H.
Eickhoff, writing. Jessie Coutlio,
Christian doctrine and writing. Grade
2; G. White, firtt prize for Christian
doctrine and writing. H. Gibson,
spelling. J. Snter, reading. M.
Dickinson, arithmetic.
Dominion Day.
HOW IT WAS CELEBRATED IK TNE CITY.
Tha weather was bright and tho
world full of sunshine. No cloud
could be seen nnywhore, nnd the gentle zephyrs which always cumo from
tho gulf on sunny days wroo exceedingly gratoful. At 9.30 tho baso
bailers went to work and played with
vigor for over two hours. It"was evident from the beginning that the
Tigers wero moro than a match for tho
Aritas, and tiie final innings found the
score thus; Tigers, 28; Aritas, 7. The
rifle match did nut come off. Shortly
nfter 1 o'clock the steamer Hunt arrived with the Nanaimo excursion.
They woro met at the wharf by the
band und some members uf tho corporation. A good deal of time wns
spout aimlessly before the programme
of sports begun. Through somo misunderstanding programmes for gononl
distribution had not been printed, and
very few personB know what event to
expect. The boat race was well contested. Thoro wero 5 entries for tho
double scull race, which was won by
one of Mr. Laidlaw's boats, The
single scull race foil to Hogan, with
Law n very good second. The canoe
races dwindled down to one event-j
but it wns a pretty race. In thiT
horso races tho firat _ mile heat wns
won by Mr. Rudgo's Larry (Victoria);
Mr. Hennessy took tho second race;
nml Mr. Geo. Black tho third. The
scrub race wna nlso taken by Mr. Bluck,
Tho gtimoB nnd "ports took placo ou
Front st., uud resulted as follows:
Qunrter-milo race, lst Jones, 2nd
Bentty; 150-yd, race, 1st Jones, 2nd
Murcy; buys' ruco, 1st Daggett, 2nd
Jury; running long jump, lst Harrison, 2nd Mundny; standing long
jump, lst Johnston, 2nd Harrison,
running high jump, lst Johnston, 2nd
Jones; standing high jump, lst Johnston, 2nd Morey; running jump with
polo, Jones and McLean tics. Tho ball
iu the drill Bhod was largely attended
iind pronounced a complete success.
Dancing was kept up till 2 o'clock yesterday morning, and everything passed
off without a ruffle. During the day
tho band played at intervals, adding
grontly to the programme. Thero were
a largo number of visitors in the oity,
und there was very littlo disorder.
From Maple Ridge.
(Corrospoudonooof Die Columbian.)
School examination took place on
tho 27th inst. Tho teacher Mr. Murray was nssistod in tho examination by
Mr. J, W, Sinclair, tunehor of tho
Langley school. The pupils acquitted
thomsolvos vory croditably. Tho various classes wore submitted to aovero
tests and tlio quick and intelligent answers givon by tho scholars manifested
a thorough grounding in tho different
subjects taught. The exercises woro
interspersed by recitations and singing
by the soholura. There were upwards
of 50 visitors presont during tho day.
At tho closo of the examination Rev.
IV H. Gilbert was unanimously voted
to the chair, aud in a short but pithy
speech referred to the day's proceedings, in complimentary terms. Messrs.
Irving, Sinclair, Dawson, Isaac, Dock-
stoador, Laity and others were called
to Iho platform, and each expressed
himself well pleased with the examination and congratulated tho teacher and
pupils on tlie progress mado by the
sohool during the past year; also on tho
commodious new school building whioh
will be ready fur them to occupy after
vacation. The children wero then
mndo tho recipients uf valuable prizes.
Evory pupil was awarded a prizo according to merit, Special prizes woro
awarded by Messrs. Howison, McKennoy, Gilbert and Dowler, Harriot
Isaac won Mr. McKonny's special
prize of 82,50 for tho best spelling,
and John Dawson Mr. Dowlar's prize
for English composition. Cava May
Stovonswna awarded two special prizes
valued at 95.00, for regular attendance
nnd good conduct, Arthur \V. Howison and Elins John Edge captured Mr,
Dockatoader's prize for rapidity in ad
ding. Mr. Mutiny wiih (Wil Inlotti
by BurpriHo as I In'chairman $fatujl Hint
there wns iumiIiui- f-ifi and liy was ihe
porKon instructed to present it,* nut to
a pi'pil of tlm set l,l>ui io I lie U-.idler. Tliu pi't'M.'iit iima valuablii iiljiro-
graph i-Hmlii, nml wns |-i-i--'ifiuil us a
token i-rthuatiwiii iu wluoji Mr.M t-
ray'sHi'ivicenas lonelier were nppru
ciated. On rocoiving ihu pmiMfiit Mr.
Murray, in a hi-iel" but ;.niuted speech,
referred to tlio interest people of Maple Ridgo take iu educational matters.
Daring the last eleven months 114
visits to tho school aro recorded, nnd,
if the same interest ia manifested in
the future as in the past, Maple Ridge
will hnvo a school which will be a credit tot'ie provipce, A vrteof thinks was
tendered to the chairman, also to the
Indies for the contort of the baskets.
The procoodings were thon closed by
singing the National Anthem.    *'
NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Hamilton, June 28.—There wore
great floods in the oity lost night and
to-day. The mountain steps wore
carried away. Sewers nt the east ond
burst nnd cellars were flooded.
London, Juno 28.—At a mooting
of British shipowners'to-day opinions
wore recoived from eminent English
counael, which wore decidedly against
DoLessepB' monopoly of tho work of
constructing canals across the Isthmus
of Suez. A committee of shipowners will forthwith demand power to
construct a canal.
The House of Lords rejected tho
bill permitting marriage with a deceased wife's sister, on the third road-
tng, by 145 nays to 140 yeaa.
Little Rock, Ark., Juno 28.—Lawlessness has long existed in the corners of Garland, Yell nnd Montgomery^ counties, where outlaws havo organized a reign of terror. In April
Wm.^Potior was assassinated and the
criminals openly defied arrest. Lnat
Sunday an armed party took posses-
aion of n neighboring church, nud
drawing their arma on tho preacher,
compelled him to road a notice proclaiming that officers and leading
citizens were to leave tho country or
be killed, To-day Gov. Berry issued
a proclamation urging sheriffs and
others of these counties nnd all good
citizens to uso every effort to hunt
down the desperadoes. He expressed
hia determination to break up the
murderous band.
London, Juno 28,—A desperate attempt was mado in a carriage of tho
railway train running from Calais to
Paris, to murder and rob Rev. Mr.
Witchbourne, an English clergyman.
Tho murderer attacked him with n
chisel, slabbing hiin five timoB. Tho
assassin tried to make his escnpo when
tho train nrrivod nt Atniors. but was
captured after u terrific struggle. The
wounds of tho olergyman nre vory
dangerous, and he is not expected to
survive. Tho assassin is nlso nn
Englishman.
EXCLUSIVE DESPATCHES TQ THE COLUMBIAN.
London, June28.—Cholera is spreading in Egypt, and there ia much alarm
felt throughout all Europe.
London, July 1,—The election con-
toBt in Morraghan county, between
Hoaly, home ruler, and Pringlo, liberal,
was very close, and the majority ia expected to bo extremely small. The result will not be known till Monday.
Tho News says tlmt during tho 12 hours
ending at 8 o'clock Sunday morning 110
cholera deaths occurred at Danuettu,
Egypt. It also states that most of tho
doctors hnvo Hod from Dnmiottn on account of the disease.
Paris, July 1.—Count do Oliam-
burd's lifo is despaired of, and the
probability of hia immediate death lias
produced a profound sensation. Prominent monarchists ore iu session.
San Francisco, July 2.—H. M. S.
Sappho has nrrived horo on hor way to
Esquimalt. She carries 4 guns, is registered at 040 tons, engines 880 horse
power, and has a complement nf 113
men.    ____________________
Canadian Despatches.
INTERESTING ITEM8 FOR BRITISH OOLUMBIA.
Ottawa, June 10.—Mr. Wright, of
Uritish Columbia, loft for Montreal on
Thursday to interview tho President
aud directors uf tho Pacific Railway,
and endeavor to induce thom to withdraw their demand requiring the disallowance of the Kootenay railway
charter, granted bythe British Columbia Legislature. The Federal government do not object to the act on constitution or economic grounds, but
propose to disallow the bill lest the
construction of the proposed railway
ahould interfere witli the schemes of
tho Paoifio company. Mr. Wright has
uot yet returned, and his friends are
hopeful Hint he may convince tho syndicate poople that the Kootonay road
would act as a feeder to their line, iu
whioh case probably the bill will not bo
disallowed.
Ottawa, Juno 10.—In regard to tho
question respecting tho status of the
Supremo Court of British Columbia
aim the power of tho Provincial Legislature of that provinco to legislate in
respect thereto, which was referred to
tlio Supremo Court for consideration
by tho Goveruor-Gonoral-in-Councir,
Chief Justice Ritchie, before tlio close
of tho Court, read the following opinion :
"The Supremo Court of British Columbia is a ProvineialCourt withintho
moaning of sub-section 14 of section 02
of B. N. A. Aot. 2. The legislature of
the provinco haa exclusive legislative
authority ovor procedure in all civil
matters in tho Supremo Court of tlie
Province whioh camo within tho legislative jurisdioture of tho Provincial
Legislatures, aud can make rules governing tho procedure of that court,and
delegate such power to the Lieutenant-
Governor iu Council. 3, The Judicial
District Act of 1870 is in the powors of
the province, and applies to tho judges
appointed before that eaino in force."
Tlie object of Sir Alexander Campbells
visit to British Columbia is tu inquire
into certain charges that have neon
preferred against the Supreme Court
judges by the local bar. Mr. Begbie,
tho presont Chief Justice of tho province, is likely to bo superannuated,
and it is possiblo that somo other
change* may bo mado.
FalllUK Nlars.
EXPLORItt" EXPEDITION FOR METEORIC DUST.
The Swodish ciroumnavigator, Baron
Ni-nh-iisl-j.il.!, who was to start lhe
ulliw day otnlii-i Greenland exploring
expedii ion, proposes, among other
matters, to gather all the information
ho possibly can mi what is called cosmic or meteoric dust. Particles of
solid matter which bears a strong likeness in its composition to meteoric
stones, and which at times falls
upon the earth, are not unfruquontly
found on certain placos of the globe.
This dust, some aver, is a product of
the combustion of small meteors,
which become ignited and consumed
through the ulmuBt immeasurable velocity iu which it passes through the
air prior te striking the earth's surface.
In common conversation this is frequently spoken of as
kallinu stark.
The dust is, ns a rule, discovorod on
elevated spots, it bojng moro easily
discovered thero, but somo maintain
that they can extract it frum ordinary
earth. Nordenskjold, who collected
some of this dust frum the Arctic snow
Holds, where it is moat easily found,
during his ever memorable voyage iu
the Vega, states that, after a very
careful examination, nnd n closo study
of the facts appertaining thereto, there
is n greater variation iu tho fnll of cosmic dust "thnn is generally nssumed,
nnd that owing te this fresh researches ure needed,
UNHU11STANTIAL  PIIKNOMENA.
The force of habit is a trite saying, but
nevertheless true, und tho majority of
people nro so accustomed to gaze upon
tho earth as really tho only material
body iu the universe, hnd tn look upon
tho sky ns the Bphero of unsubstantinl
phenomena, thnt to nut a few it must
soem n bewildering idea that the globe
we live oh is not literally pelted with
meteoric stones, hut ns it moves forward with Old Sol m his journey
through space, it is largely coverod,
just as any other traveler would be,
with the dust of the journey, fulling
upon it from what it would also seem
is empty space. It is almost incredible
tu beliovo tho number uf meteors
which enter upon the earth's atmosphere. Just within the past few
months quite a number hnvo been seen.
Indeed, several may bu seen on any
clent- night in an hour. And it mny
be here necessary to remind tho traveler, who gazes upon
SUCK BOKNR8
without asking himself ns to their apparent cause, just ns he drinks water
without over troubling himsolf as to
its component parts, that when that
which resembles nu arrow darts across
tho sky, and when something like a
rocket doconds to the earth, bursting
into brilliant nnd numerous sparks on
its way, it wns u meteor entering the
earth's atmosphere, and al the same
time n reminder that thu space around
us iB not so empty us it appears, nor ns
many would supposo. Even* 24 hours
(so it hns been estimated by keen observers) ueaily five hundred million
meteors enter tho atmosphere, notwithstanding that the earth's atmosphere
in' viow from any point on ita surface
is very small indeed, This is about
what cau be discovered by the uso uf a
telescope, but then there may be many
moro unseen, ao that millions of particles mny outer the atmosphere and afterwards find their wny to the surface
of the earth. Frum the snow-clad field
of Greenland Baron Nordenskjold may
succeed in gathering tho substance of
nn incomprehensibly distant star, as
thore is reason to believe meteoric
bodies whieh hnvo boon
SHOT FROM  DISTANT HTAB.S
by some source Iind their wuy to the
earth. As astronomy advances, and as
tho student of tho same becomes morff
perfect iu its mysteries, the truth becomes more apparent that space ia populous with not only life-giving and
light-sustaining suns nnd worlds, but
the suns thnt have burned out, worlds
thnt nro dead, swarms nf'inctcoric bodies, enormous gaseous nebuliu nud various other things that wo nro totally
ignorant of. It is known thnt a number of persons have boon killed by falling meteors, but, apart from this, it
would bo highly interesting lo discover
the effect that they may yet produce.
No loss an authority tlinu Sir William
Thompson stnted the possibility of
THK GERMS OV LIFE IIBING IMPLANTED
on the earth by theso meteoric bodies,
which hnd, nt one timo, formed part of
living worlds. Some explanation cuuld
be givon of rather singular phenomena
if wo could imagine tho earth travelling into a region rich with meteoric
dust. Perhaps one uf the most remarkable would be tho day fug of 1783
whicli overspread North America, Africa and Asia, and lasting iu some
places until August. Its phosphorescent gleam waa such tlint small print
could bo read iu August, not to speak
of its acid smell. A similar une occurred iu 1831. If it bo true, then, that
such phenomena nro roally uf
EXTRA  TERRESTRIAL ORIOIN
it testifies the intimacy of tho relations
of our globe with this empty space
through which it is flying 1 Tho sun,
indued, is making a wonderful journey
na lie passes and forces his way through
the wonders of the universe, and tho
Bphero we live on, being a feltow-voy-
nger of the aun, must share iu the adventures of tho former.
Files! Flies! Files!
Catch 'cm alive 1 Why buy when you
can go to Webb's nud get Flies, Lines,
Rods, Reels, and every kind of tackle
that will catch fish. [jnO-'hn.
T. R. Ponrson k Co, will receive subscriptions for that excellent monthly,
Resources q"' Uritish Columbia, 82 a yenr,
A full supply of tho tint number* ou
baud.-—Adv.
Another Aerial Monster.
COMMANDER CHEYNE COMPLETELY OUTDONE.
New York, ns well ns the Canadian
Capital, is a little agitated over n
flying umchine man. Captain W,
Potersou is the namo of the Amorican
would-be aerial navigator, and few
men in New York, it is said, havo had
a more eventful life. He whs born in
tho Duchy of Schleswig, when tlio
proviuce was part of Denmark, and
enmu to the United States thirty years
ago. Ho has been a sailmaker, shipbuilder, sea captain and inventor.
While on a whnlor twenty-live years
ago' Captain Petersen, with five com*
panics, explorod Capo Choljuakhig,
tho northernmost part in Europe, A
yoar later lie visited tho Caroline Archipelago, in the Paoifio Ocean, and
fought tho Bavagos thero, Hia next
exploit, was a descent with ton men
upon ah island northeast of Now
Guinea, tho inhabitants of whioh wero
cannibals. Of late Captain Peterson
has turned hia attention tu inventions.
Twelve yoars ago ho designed a submarine steamer and a flouting dook. His
Intest nnd greatest invention ia an air
ship, for which he has obtained letters
patent in the United States nnd several European countries. A corporation called "Peterson's Mvlel Navi
gation Company,'1 with a capital of
»100,000, divided into shares of 82
each, has been formed to build and run
air ships. A Star reporter interviewed
Peterson the other day: Tho inventor
stated that his theory was altogether
different from thut of all other narial
navigators, who ho said havo clung to
tho erroneous idea that an air ship cau
bo propelled by machinery, although
all their experiments prove that the
machinery necessary to drivo a vessel
of a given size is too heavy for the ship
to cany. It is like putting a sixteon-
pouud weight to u one-pound pigeon,
und expecting hurt to (ly with it
"Wlmt is your idea'/" tho reporter
naked,
"Just this," replied Captain Petersen, pointing to a drawing on tlie table
before him, "wo havo a long, flat, reef-
able balloon, inflated with stroet gas nt
a temperature of 130 degrees Fahrenheit. Through thu balloon pass four
masts, and about tho foot of each of
them a cabin is built. At tho bow of
tho ship is a vertical rudder used to
alter tho course to right or loft. A
horizontal rudder at the stern serves to
regulate tho angle at which the vessel
rises or falls."
"Yes, but I don't,, see whero your
propelling power comes in."
"Yuu will sou it iu a minute. Just
hold up this pamphlet. Now, lot that
represent tho balloon and this envelope
the horizontal rudder at tho stern.
When we lot thu ship loose from the
ground tho envelope is duprcsscd thus.
A current of air, as the pamphlet rises,
(just lift it a littlo), strikoB'tho envelope and throws tho head of tho pamphlet at an angle upward. Thus wo
shoot oblujuoly. Our initial velocity
is seven feet four inches per second,
but in the eleventh second wo make
154 feet, that is to say, wo uro travelling ut the rate of 100 miles nn hour.
By menus of tho rudder I convert tho
lifting power of the gns into a force to
pull tho ship forward. Then wo cool
tho gas by a patent process of mine,
and reduce its volume 75 per cent.
It becomes a dead weight, and tho balloon is reefed. Gravitation forces the
ship down, while the resistance uf tlio
rudder causes the bow to sink tirst.
To roascend wo simply expand the gas
by boat, and up we go. In each "of the
four cabins is un apparatus for heating
and ono fur cooling tho gas. Tho nngle
of ascent onu bu so regulated thnt the
vessel advances horizontally sixty-five
miles while sho goes ono milu upwards
She stands ou one tack until she has
made 400 miles headway. Tho cabins
are air-tight and wo pump in air until
wo have an atmosphere dense enough
for breathing purposes. The ono we
intend to build this year will be 250
foet long, including both rudders. Her
extreme width will be 122 foot. The
mnatawill be 00 feefc high, aud tho
superficial area of the ship will bo 18,-
000 square feot, not counting the rudders, which measure 800 square feet
each. Such a vessel will lift .',000
pounds, She will oust about $20,000.
It is possible to build a, ship large
enough to curry 100,000 passengers.
SW T. R. Pearson it Co. wish to draw
attention to the fact thnt tbey nre prepared to take subscriptions for nll Canadian, American and Uritish newspapers
and periodicalu at publishers' prices,
without charging additional for remittance of money.—Adv,
During Dr. Welsh's stay in the upper
country Dr. Henderson will attend to
the practice in New .Westminster.' Their
ollice, over Curtis k Co.'s Drug Store,
will be ready for occupancy iu a fow
days. *
Rksimtuokm.—A full -apply of thnt
excellent monthly, "'llio Resources of
liritisli Columbia," nt T. R. Pearson k
Co.'s It is just tlie thing to send your
friends.   2a cts. per copy.—Adv,
The establishment of Cheap Jack at
Chilliwhnck solves the problem what energy, determination, and a good use of
the talents to which wo are heir will accomplish.—Adt*.
Poukkt CiiTLKitv.—'J', li. Pearson k
Co. have received an assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England.
I'm-diseases leading to Consumption,
uso Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv, in
another column.
The Ranchers' Papoose believes iu the
motto that Luck is a fool and Pluck's a
hero.---Adv,
INX>mE2C
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WEBB'S.
For fragrant Cigars k Tobacco use
WEBB'S.
Meerschaum,' Urinr and Wood Pipes goto
WEBB'S.
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Spectacles, Reading and Kye Glasses
thnt you can sec through nt
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Playing Cauls, Dice k Cheques see
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so, send at once und get a bottle of Mrs.
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It will relievo the poor little sufferer immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
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and is for sale by nil druggists throughout the world. Price 25 cents a bottle,
(spjeotly)
For all troubles of tho Throat, use
Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. in another column,
' Blackberry Cordial cures Dysentery,
Flux, Cholera Morbus, und summer oom-
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New Fish Market I
H
MIIER'S OiK
CHILLIWHACK, B.C.
J. C. HENDERSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Jobbing nud Itetail Denier iu
GENERALMERGHANDISE
Tims WISH TO THANK OUR Numerous customers for their liberal patronage and support during the past two
years, and we hope to nmunge the business in sueh a way hb to secure a continuance and increase in the same. Remember, we buy largely, and nre prepared to sell as
Low as any Other House
In tho Province, as wo curry tbo Largest
Stock on tlio Mainland 'outside of New
Westminster),   Our stook consists of
Dry (Ioods,
"lotions,
Underwear,
Clothing,
lints t Caps,
nooks* Station'
Doors.
Windows,
Kails,
Groceries,
Provisions,
Hoots t Shots,
Crockery,
(ilnsswarc,
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y Farm Implements
Carpenters' Tools,
Wooden Ware,
Paints <t Oils,
Brushes,
Furniture,
Lumber,
Wall Paper,
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
One .Single Buggy and Harness'for
Sale.
Don't forget that we take all kinds of
Farm Produce, at Market Antes, in exchange for goods.
■tii'All hook accounts for 1882 and 1888
must be closed by lst October. 1883,
without fail.
-  A Clearance Sale  to commence   lst
September, 1883, for 30 days.
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[From tho Globe, May 1st, 18*11
mHK ANNUAL REPORT OF THE
X Directors of the Confederation Life
Insurance Company is a more thau usually interesting document of the kind.
It shown 1,513 new policies for 1882, assuring 92,510,387. Tho total number of
policies is nowfI,3>->7, assuring 99,1)00,240.
Notwithstanding the targe sum paid out
in cash profits to policy-holders, the financial statement snows a handsome inert-use in tlie cash assets. There were
during the yenr 34 deaths, involving the
sum ol 351,650, The results of theipim-
qiieiiui.il allotment of profits have given
unalloyed satisfaction to the policy-holders, nail the valuation of the Company's
liabilities hns been dune independently
by Mr. Carpmnel, tftoir regular actuary;
by Mr. Chcrrimau, Dominion Inspector
of Insurance; and by Mr, Hotnans, a
New York actuary. Tho not valuations
by these threo uuthoritics are §730,230,
8727.207, nnd 9700,252 respectively—an
exhibit woll calculated to show tho
foundntionlcHH nature of the attacks
mndo upon tho Company.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.,
Now Westminster, II. C,
Sole Agents for British Columaia.
mylB-to,
JAMES TAFFANDALE
AS JUST OPENKD A NEW FISH
Market on
FRONT  STREET,
East of the Holbrook House, wliere will
be found a full supply of Fish of all
kinds and of the beat quality.
Purchases delivered in any part of the
city.   A call is solicited. mk28tc
d7b. grant,
Queen St., - Fort Mood;
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Boots & Shoes, &c.
HAVING OPENED OOT A LABOE
assortment In the above line., the
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people at the Terminus City ana ebe
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< nuivlnl OatUls or all kind..
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j.lS.to, Tbe Marquis of Lansdowne.
THE CAREER OF OUR HEW CQVERHOR-CEMERAL.
Mr. Georgo W. Smalley, London
correspondent of tho New York Tribune,
writes to his paper nB follows;—The
appointment of the Marquis of Lansdowne to be the Governor-General of
Canada for five years from October
next has beon extremely well received
by the pres3 of both parties. It iB in
accordance with the traditions (in theso
days too ofton neglected) of English
publio lifo that nominations to groat
imperinl postB abroad should bo judged
on their nieritB and not with reference
to party interests, Lord Lansdowne
has been judged in this way and tho
result iB honorablo to him and auspicious for tho great colony ho is to rulo.
Tho only important opinion hostile to
Lord Lansdowne is nn Irish opinion,
or one soction of Irish opinion, and
that is based, or professed to bo based,
on his dealings with his tenantry. He
wns singled out for attack at a time
whon tho engine was put in motion to
secure a stringent Irish Land Act. The
greater part of his Irish estate lios in
Kerry, but tho land and tenants aro
alike poor. I dare say thoso of you
who read tho
01UTICISM8 ON LORD LANSDOWNE
at the time picture him to yourselves
as a receiver of enormous rents. Well
ho owns 95,000 acres in Kerry, and
rent amounts nearly ns possiblo to half
a dollar an acre. Lord Lansdowne
was particularly accused because he Bet
his fuce resolutely against tho practice
common on estates managed in a slovenly way of allowing the number of
tenants to be increased ou a holding
already inadequate, as, for example,
when a man gives his daughter in marriage, and seeks to establish his son-
in-law on the snmo property and in tho
same cottage. I thought Lord Lans-
downe's action in that matter wiso and
humane. I road, I may add, tho testimony adduced to his discredit at tho
time; it waB ex parte, ono sided, saturated with prejudice, and wholly inconclusive to substantiate any important charge against him. Thore is, it
must be added, n Radical outcry against
Lord Lnnsdowne's appointment, just
ns thero is a Radical outcry against
every new-nominee, to no matter what
oflico, who hns tho good fortune to bo
sprung, is tho phrase, from the people;
but it is not in this instance very well
sustained. Tho one leading journal
which gives timid voice to it concedes
thnt the viceroyulty of Canada is hardly
an office with reference to which a
challenge of this kind can most profitably be made. The people of Canada,
if tho Radical oraclo may be trusted,
liko to be governed by n man of high
birth. If that bo so the expostulation
of the homo circle must fail. Aftor
likening his resignation from the Gladstone govornment on nccount of the
opposition of the Land bill to the action
of the Duke of Argylo nnd Mr. Bright
on a subsequent occasion, the corespondent goes on to say:—Our Canadian friends, I apprehend, will be likely
to regard the debates on this already
distant past as sterile, aud will bo inoro
eager to know
WHAT MANNER OF   MAN
tho actual Lord LancUdowno of to-day
is, to know in n word what sort of a
Governor General thoy nro going to
havo. Thoy know him as a possessor
of a great name, a historic title, heir
to estates that might onco be called
great, but which lio unhappily for thoir
present possessor in just those two
parts of the United Kingdom whero
estates hnve uo value. Lord Lunds-
downoisjust Lord Lome's age; and
so comes to tho vicoroyalty of Canada
with fivo yeare more to tho good than
did tho presont incumbent. Lord
Lnndsdowne was Under Secretary of
War from 1872 to 1874, and Under
Secretary for India from the formation
of the Gladstone government till his
migration in August, 1880. Thero is
nothing in thoso brief tenures of subordinate posts to prove conclusively
his fitness for the great duties ho is
now called to undertake. For that
one must look to the character of the
man and to his porsonat reputation. It
may bo said that no .man can succeed
to tho Marquisato of Lnndsdowne and
hold it us tho present man has for sixteen or seventeen years without hiB
measure having been pretty accurately
taken. He has had a high part to
play, and in these times a difficult one,
and he has played it well. The expression that slips from my pen is not
a happy one, I must admit. Nobody
was ever less theatrical than Lord
Landsdowno, in whose bearing simplicity and dignity are equally marked
traits. If it bo true that tho Canadians like to bo governed by a great
nobleman, a man with tho virtues and
attractive personal qualities that aro
supposed to go with high birth and
long descent, they will got the man
thoy want in Lord Lansdowne. Thoy
are exacting, also, one hears, in tho
matter of wives, as they well may bo,
if they tako Lady Dutfcrin and tho
Princess Louise as standards of what
Governor-General's wives should bo.
I avoid comparisons, but I may say
that thoso who know
LADV  LANSDOWNE
know that hor husband will have all
the nid that can be given liim by un
accomplished and charming woman.
Indisputably a man of great power,
knowledge aud dexterity, is the testimony of one of the new Govoninr-
General's opponents; rhetorical readiness nlso, added ho. Tho latter I
should put more strongly. I have
heard Lord Lansdowne in the Upper
Chamber, where, like overy Liberal
peer, he has to face a hostile majority.
I thought he showed singular coolness,
and a very considerable powor uf
thinking on his legs, but with a certain
hardness of manner. It must ho difficult to be sympathetic in the chill of
an assembly which is both aristocratic
and inimical. But the other day I
hoard Lord Lansdowne address an
audience of seven or eight thousand
persons in Albert hull. Tho occasion
was the distribution of prizes to school
children by the Princess of Wales,
and the audience was mixed, just the
sort of test for deterinining whether
a man has any
FACULTY OF POPULAR ORATORY.
Lord Lansdowne waa easy, touched
lightly on the moro solemn sides of his
subject, contrived to interest children
and parents both, and by the time ho
sat down had quito captivated his
audience. He was perfectly audible
fdr ono thing, and that is no small
thing in such a tabernacle as Albert
hall. Altogether both Canadians and
Americans have reason to expect that
Lord Lansdowne's Governor-Generalship will continue the happy precedent of recent times. The post is
thought here to be one requiring nml
capacity and statesmanlike breadth of
rlaw. by no maana ornamental or
mainly.     Tb* daralopmant of  the
immense resources of Canada is a pur-
Eoae the English Ministers havu ut
eart for Canada's sake uud for England's sake. The promotion of friendly rolations between Canada and tho
United States is an object also dear
to them. It is quito certain that
Mr. Gladstone would not select for
great aims liko these nny man iu whoso
capacity and character ho had not
confidence. Lord Lausdowno, moreover, has uow his first great opportunity, and it is precisely thoso who know
him best who anticipate most surely
for him au honorablo and brilliant
career,
Reforms Under Alexander il,
Tho reaction which had sot iu since
the withdrawal of tho restrictions im.
posed by Nicholas was complete. Not
only was tho censorship no longer ox-
ercised with anything approaching rigor
—a negative change which hud tho effect of calling into existence journals
innumerable, nearly all of nu extreme
liberal tendency — but polico supervision was now so inadequately performed that secret printing-presses, all
used for revolutionary print called
Land and Liberty, and of another called
Great Russia, were produced, nud circulated from hand to hnnd, and that
revolutionnry proclamations were for
thu lirst timo printed, und posted up
at night nn the walls of tho public
buildings. The prohibition enforced
by tho censorship of Nicholas' time
against nll foreign books of n political
and philosophical character had been
romoved with such success that volumes which no ono out of Russia would
consider dangerous, but which had
really the eflect of exciting and inflaming the inexperienced Russian mind,
woro introduced in largo quantities,
Buckle and Mill woro much read in
Russian translations. Mill <m Libert}!
appeared iu two versions, one of which
wns enriched by notes from the translator, who pointed out that Mill's no-'
tions on tho subject of freedom wore
meagre, and not sufficiently advanced.
The first half-dozen yeurs of tho
reign of tho Emperor Alexander formed a period less of reform than of relief. It was not until February, 1801,
that, nfter a long and painful process
of elaboration, the reform known officially as the "law for tho amelioration
of tho condition of tho peasantry"—
in other words, tho emancipation of*
tho serfs—was proclaimed. Meantime
tho preciso constitution of the contemplated district and provincial assemblies for tho management and regulation of local interests had not yet been
decided upon, whilo the institution of
opon tribunals, with oral ovidonco uml
tho jury system, existed only ns n
project fully entertained, But the
newspaper press had already been
placed in quite a now position, and tho
censorship wus exercised with a very
light hand, both in regard tu publications issued in ltus-tin uml to those
introduicd from abroad,
The universities, too, hnd been
thrown opon to ull who could or who
could not afford a few shillings a
term iu tho shape of fees; for a fund
had beuu established by tho richer
students, aided by tho professors, to
which persons unconnected with the
universities woro allowed and oven
encouraged to contribute, iu thu interests of thoso for whom the almost
nominal charges mndo by the university authorities were .nevertheless too
high, Exhibitions and scholarships
wero founded for thoir bom-tit; and
the actors and actresses, singers and
musicians, of tho capital wero expected, and indeed required, tn givo entertainments in aid of tlio poor students' fund, whicli it became so much
the fashion to support thnt tho poor
student seemed at ono timo ou the
point of himself becoming fashionable.'
—Harpers Magax'me,
New -Railway Route.
SHORTENING THE TRANSCONTINENTAL TRIP.
Montreal, Juuo 20.—Tho contract
for another great railway enterprise
was given out to-day, to build a now
line, called tho Ontario uud Pacific
railway, from Cornwall, on tho bunk
of the St. Lawrence, to Sunk Sto.
Mario, to connect .vith tho Northern
Pacific railway, over a big bridge, to
mako tho most direct nnd shortest lino
to the west from the Atlantic seaboard,
nnd will give the Northern Pacific un
advantage over both tho Canadian Pacific and tho Grand Trunk from'ocenu
to ocean, The Dominion govern incut's
charter gives tho company powor to
build a bridge over tho St. Lawrence,
and American connections are already
secured from the border lino to Portland, Maino, Boston and New York.
A lnrge part of tho now rond will run
almost parallel with tho Canadian
Pacific to Sault St. Mario. It will
receive subsidies from municipal and
other sourcos. Tlio contract was given
to Philadelphia men, aud tho promoters are American and Canadian onpi-
tnlists. Bonds to tho extent of $12,-
000,000 will bo issued. Dunonii Moln-
tyre und B. R. Angus, directors, and
Vnu Horno, general malinger, went off
in u hurry to meet President Stephen of the Canadian Pacific rolativo to
this threatening schomc. Uov; they
can counteract it without purchasing
tho charter is a mystery. Tho ]
ji»et, wliich has been kept it sec
produced a sensation hero to-day, It
is popular, as tho Canadians have li
crying unt ngalnst tho Canadian Paoilic
men.
Caiih of Fowi,.-.--A correspondent
of the Poultry World snys;-"Wo sell
twonty dozen eggs per wool; from fifty
four hens. I select out and keep u
record <>f those laying the largest eggs
for sitting purposes, for thu purpos
raising a brown Leghorn, whose egg
tor she shall equal thnt of most other
fowls. My brown Leghorns laid about
fhree-fourtha of the eggs I got tif
winter, although thoy do not comprise
quite one-half in number of fowls, and
it is my intention to keep only Leghorns iu future, as I find thoy heat
confinement better than others, and I
am vory limited iu room. My fowls
are nevor out from under cover, having a roof over their heads tho entire
year. As I do not allow thom outside
in the cold and wot they aro nlways.in
aood health and consequently in good
faying order. I spare no work that
will conduce to health and comfort of
fowls. I am especially careful to feed
regularly nnd enough, but uot too
much, nnd in ns grent vuriety ns thu
season will ndiuit of; careful to givo
air and clean roosts, and continually
battling ngninst vermin, whether I can
find uny traces of nuy or not."
- ' —■■•**■ -,
The Jewiidi Messeiujer thinks it is a
hnrd nut for tho Czar's councillors to
crack—to invoke nt tho coronation tho
name of the "God of- Jacob'1 as a defence, and yot to omit granting tho
fullest freedom to tho children of
Jacob—"proclaiming liberty throughout the land and to nll the inhabitants
thereof'"
GEORGE MEAD Direct Importation
Hair Dresser and Perfumer,
NKW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
TIKI'S TH NOT IKY TIIK I.KNIhKNTK
Jj Of New W.-sliiiliisliTiiiid vicinity Unit
lio liiislmporli'ilillivrl. from London, Kiitf-
luu.l.aspk-iidiilii-iKortmeiil of
PERFUMES,
l.ui.ln-s Purls perfumes si 00 per bot
K I'liiaiul'silo  1 00 •,-'■• Iin!
Ulmnn-I'.s Lomlondn, .'ilk'unit    7."» per linl
r|,.*iv--r*s-lo, :,(!,■ nn-l     7r> per lint
Uovi-nilH-'w (in, &■><■,'fii* unil     ."iiliii-r Imi
.Maria J-'arinu's   Kan de Cologne, small size     fill per hot
Hoyt's Him di; fiilo-jiie, liu***;--.. 1 (HI pi'i' lint
Hoyt's Haude Cologne, Blliull    25 nor bot
Inn-ay it I.iiuiuuii'n Florida
Water.     75 per bot
I.Ar.MAIIUY'K (VINOUS ESSENCE,
'bo most lasting perfumo known, SI r-o.
Tin- only U-..M medal lil»lnsi uwiird for
English perfumery,$] oopi-i-bottle.
GLASS STOPPERED SMELLING
MOTTLES,
Killed willi milts ready for use, 50e. 76c and
SI 00 por bottlo.
JEAN VINCENT BULLY'S I'UIZE MED-
A L TOl LET VINE) I AH,
Knr dully ablutions II few ■ Irons poured into the ■..■ulerlii'foivwusblii-rwll] iii-ulrnllzi'
nny Iniimrllles, refresb Mi,' skin ami re-
-I'ik- I! Im U-.-.I.-irin,-ri.-l.i.i-<>.l...,iM	
[■'or tbe nioiitii.il iv---ilmps with wiiti-rucl
lis HU excellent ilenllfrh'i', im-M'i'vln-jtlie
gums nml lectli, iiml by impnt-Hn-.-.! swv.-i
nmi dellelolis odor lo tbe brenlb Is invnl-
Uiible l<> smokers,   it Is nlsu spli-ndid for
n vim: pimples from the face.   Price,
76u per bottle.
IMPORTED TOILET SOAPS.
Hose I-riiiliiulere Soup—Hie most delicious perfume. Morn especially n-.-nnW
mended to Indies uud to mothers of families for Ilie toliel of children, rtenltes in u
hox, .*,i)i- per box, or sent by until lo nny
purl of Uritish CiilinnMu, poslu-je paid, for
7.1c per box. line trial of (his soup will
glvoHntisfnottou.
Iloveiuleii's Loudon Soups, :tcukes in a
hox i Almond, Honey und Windsor), 2>
und 85e per box.
Hovenden's Mllehum Soup, recommended not only for lis i-imtily I delicate perfume. nl*.-. fur lis ..'..-slili,,-
and coollmr eil'eci upon tlie skin, ;| calces
In a box for r-((e. Soul by mull, postage
puid,7;"*e.
Pear's Transparent Toliel Soups, 850 per
onkeiiienl by until, 5Do.
IVnr's Transparent Sli.ivinf-Mlli-lts, In a
very nice box, .'tie per sllclt* sent by nnd),
oDe. over HH) yeurs eslnlillshed an Ihe
cleanest and beat preparation for shoving.
Hoohni-s Transparent Soups, n very line
urlicie. iV-pi-r cu Ite; sliiivlllg sticks, &», in
a very nice box.
Hoveiidei.'s Emollient Slinvlng Soap,
rj^ennd^-epercuke.
Wl'lgllt'S Coal Tur Soup (London!, tiie
only iron) lur soup r-'comuieiide.l l.y the
cnllivnn-tlie.il  fucnlly.   Eur thi isitv
und Ihetoilr! this soup is invaluable. Il
bus -v.-iv'-il [lie iik-hrs! ci.imiHiid.-li->.--'
fl-OlU lliei-ntiiv  lieu) prnfission.      il  is
unrivalled for shaving;'io:' per eake, or.ioe
for :t cukes.
Glissntlormos, n balsamic ereuio for
sli.-ivimr without the use of soup or wider.
Sobl fn collaps-lUc tubes, .-(Iceiicb; senl hy
mull, lit)-',
HAIR   OILS
ANI)   TOILET   PBEPARATIONS.
Olto of ltose Pomade mndo In London,
liny Hum I'omuilc mnde iu l'uris.
And other kinds of pomade*-.
While Hose lirilllaiitlne.
Lime Juice und Glycerine.
Hovenden's Hair Hostortttivo, 711 cents.
Ayer's Hair Vigor, SI,
Burnett's Coeoiilne. $1; small size, liU^e.
Hu'ndoliiie for Ihe Hnlr.
ttoHG.ilAlrOU.
Elrst-olnss assortincnl of London halrolls.
A good ussorimi-ni of Cosmotlques,
White, Ulnek nnd Hrowu.
Glycerine (.'old (.'ream, 25c per bot.
Vaseline Camphor Ico, 25c per bot.
Cold Croiiin of Roses, 25o per bot.
Gosnoll'fl Cherry Toolh Pnste,50o.
Hovenden's Otlo of Hose Tooth Pnste, :',-.<•,
Ilovondon's Tooth Powders.
Violet Powder.
Violet Powder lloxcs, 25a und dQo each.
BEUSHBS.
A liir-ru assortment of Hulr Hruslu s from
(Wit to S8 onoli.
Dr. Scott's Electric Hair Itrush, sent by
mull, poslpaid, forU.
A good assortment of Null llnishos, 25o
nnd 5(1:- oacll.
Huir cutting Combs nnd dressing Combs
250 and 50c each.
sbuvliig Brushes, 25u, 05c, 50c and 75a
each.
EAZOES.
A first-class assortment of Ilnzors. imported direct from Sliellleld. I will send
nuy person a good Barber's Concave Kami- by mail at SI .50 each. I have sold
the sapia kind of Razor at §i!.50, but
having imported a large stock direct
from the manufacturer, enables mo to
soil cheap for cash, whereas, before
imported from Kan t'ranelsoo, and I
could not sell thom for less than $2.60
each, i have a large stock of Ituzni'ti
from i$J to si each.
Pocket Knives from 12Jc to $2 each.
PIPES.
A Hplcndiil usNortmunt nf Meerschaum
Pipes, <> 111) Briarwood 1'ipcH, Amber,
[vory and Horn Mouthpieces.
A good assortment of Collar Studs nnd
Cuff Iliittoiw.
The very best Bath Sponges, small
Turkey Sponges, nnd bntli sponge baskets.
Kilos' Fruit Stilts, $1.00 por bottle.
Orders for the nbovc goods solicited,
and forwarded by mail or express.
—a- O Xt	
SHAYI1TG
Hair Cutting, Shampooing, etc.,
—CALL AT	
George lead's
SALOON.
Hot & Gold Batlis at all Hours
Hu has now three chairs running, a-ul
first-class workmen. The latest patei t
barber's chairs. Please note the ad
droit-, one door below the Colonial Hotel,
Hew Westminster, B. C, [ap25,
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.      GOVERNMENT  NOTICES
rDoniiiu
gWINE & SPIRIT MEROHANT.IS
L, UIIUIM
pKCS TO INFORM T1IK ItESID-
.|_) cuts of New Westminster ami vicinity that he is constantly i-eeeiviug froni
Klll-opo shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which he will supply
NI BONDor DUTY PAID,
111 QiitnilltU-s lo Suit I'listniiHTs.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
\V. A. aitttyts,  Lniidon.
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
New Westminster,   B. 0.
NKW    SCHEDULE
—or—
-WrA.Gr'M's!&
—vou—
WHITE   LABOR
—OX   TIIK -
Canadian Pacific Baflwaj
—■IN—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $125 00  por month.
Rock Foremen... .8.1 ,r>0 tn S4 00 $ day
Earth Foremen... 2 fiO to   .1 ."0     ■-
Bridge Foremen.. 0 150 to   4 50     "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st clat-H 1\ fiO "
Bridge Cnrpeutors,
2nd class  3 00 "
Masons 2 50 to   ft 50     "
Stone Cutters.... ft 00 to   ft 50    "
Blacksmiths,    Ist
class   ft 50 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  ft 00 "
Blacksmith  Helpers   I r,0 to   2 00     "
Drillers  •> 00 to 2 25     "
Laborers  t 75 tn 2 00    "
iU-v'cn, Istclnss ft 50 "
Chopper*-, Ist class '2 00 to 2 50     "
Scorers, lsl class ■_» "ill "
All outside l'lhoi-10 liours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Ktunloyccs to find themselves Bed,
Board nnd Lodging.
Boarding Mousck will  bo convenient
along tho Line.   Board—-.*J4 per woek
It will not he compulsory for Mtnplny-
oos to board iu the Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid monthly, ou the
lllt.li of each month.
A.   ONDERDONK,
flKNKIUI,   MaNAOI'U.
OmOK OK TIIK CoNTli-XOTOlW,
Canadian Paoific Railway,
Vale, March I, IfiSft.
Qualification and ltc»lsiratlon
or Voters Act, 18W.
New Westminster On- Disthict.
NOTICE IS HKUKDY GIVEN, IN
accordance with clause 9, sub-section " f," of tbo "Qualification and Registration of Voters Act, 1870," that I
shall hold a Court of Revision for tho
District of New Westminster City, at
the Court Houso, New Westminster, on
Monday, the (ith day of August, ISSft, at
12 o'clock noon.
J. C. HUGHES, Collector.
Now Westminster, May 20th, 188ft.
       myftO-td
Oiialtflcatlon ami Registration
of Voters Act, IS70,
New WE-iTMiNKTEit Disthiot,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN
accordance with clause 0, Bub-scc-
tioii **f,"of the--Qualification ami Registration of Voters 'Aot,'.1 1870," that I
shall hold a Court of Revision for the
District of Now Westminster, at the
Court House, New Westminster, on
Monday, tho 0th day of August, 1883,
at 12 oclock noon.
J. C, HUGHES, Collector.
Now Westminster, Mny 20th, 188ft.
inyftO-td.
qualification and Registration
or Voters Act. 187U.
Biiuit.iun Ini.et Folunu Division Elko-
ToitALDisTiuer ok New Westminster.
F
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, IN
accordance witli clause 0, sub-section "f," of tho''Qualification aud Registration of Voters Act, 1S70," tliat I
shall hold a Court of Revision for the
Burrard Inlet Rolling Division District
of New Westminster, at the court house,
Granville, on Monday, the Oth day of
August, 1883, nt 12 o'clock noon.
J. MILLER, Collector.
Burrard Inlot, 4th June, 188ft.     [ jcG-td
Notice to Claimants of Lain]
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
-VJ-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
x\ . the undermentioned lands in Now
Westminster District have been surveyed
and a map of same can be scon at the
oilieo of J. C. Hughes, Esq,, Commissioner, New Westminster, and at the Lands
and Works Oilice, Victorin, where forms
of proof nnd declaration enn bo procured,
Liit, (I-i.    Ntimo.     I-rt'-niii ltcc No.    Diilo.
•Til t.,,8 McDonnM 0B3 .Inn 21, '111
■IT4 1,..SMcilonnlil I'nrlHKI Auk 3, '"■
475 1 ...J IlelUislii' IMS Nm-'Jil, 'IIS
The above mentioned pnrtic-i, or nny
other claimants to tho above di-smlii'd
lands, must prove up their claims within
three mouths from date of this notice.
WM. SMITHK,
ChicfConnnissionerof L:inilsiV Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, It. C, 'Jutli-April, 1883.
(iny2inft)
Notice to Claimants of Land.
KAMLOOPS    DIVISION   OF  YALE
DISTRICT.
Phovincial Seciietaiiy'h Oekice,
20th June, 1883.
HIS HONOR tho Lieutenant-Gov
ernor has been plcnscd to appoint
the Honourable William Smithe, Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works, to be
a Gold Commissioner for the Province.
jc30-lm. 	
COUNTY COURT.
NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN THAT
tho  next  sitting  of  the  County
Court will be hold on Wednesday, July
25th, 1883.
Dated Juno 20th, 1883.
E. A. JENNS,
Registrar County Court,
jcftO-td New Westminster,
Education Branch ov
Phovincial Seciietauv'h Dei'Ahtment.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
tho Annual Examination of Candidates for Certificates of qualification to
teach in tho Public Schools of tho Provinco will bo held at Victoria, in the
Legislative Hall, commencing on Tuesday, 5th July, at 1 p, in,,
0. c. Mckenzie,
mytOtd      Superintendent of Education.
Phovincial Seciietauv'h Office,
13th June, WSJ.
HIS HONOR the Lieutenaut-Covcrn-
or has bcoii pleased to make tho
following appointments:—
John Geouoe Bahnston, Esquire,
Barristcr-at-Iaw, to bo a Notary Public
In tlio Province of "British Columbia.
John Fall Allison, Esquire, J, P.,
to issue Free Miners' Certificates and
record Mining Claims on the Similka-
meeii River and its tributaries.
Jo20-lm
NOTICE.
AN IMl'I'I'SSIDN IIAV1NII flONK
ahl'ijml tlmt. I lmvo ilismincil of my
pi-omH'ty nt i'ort Haney, I hoi-eliy "tiibe
that uuuli Is not tlio isnse.
THOMAS HANKY,
niiHOtc * I'ort Hiuioyi H.C.
mm w :;,D.
Lands for Salo.
W. NORMAN BOLE, Barrister,
ap28-.lm] Now Westminster.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
tho undermentioned lots in Kamloops Division of Yale District, have
been surveyed, and n map of same can
be seen at tbe olliee of (i. C. Tunstall,
Esq., Commissioner, Kamloops, and at
the Lands and Works Ollice, Victoria,
whore forms of proof and declaration can
be obtained,
U>t.drji.'Kiuno,  1're-ettijilloii Riii.Kit.   Dato.
■Hit,   1, A.K.Htwio,       1,070.      But!. 0,1877
441,   1, DmmM Wnlkcr,   1,018,      Mny 4,"
ll-l,    I. A.Jli'lV II,       1 .(BIS,       0'-M8,lS7fl
■MU,   1, V. iiiilttn, 1,1(71,      Dii-.28.1877
The above or any other claimants to
the above mentioned lots must prove up
their title to same within three months
from dntc of this notice,
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., April lOtli, 1883,
 (aplSni3fd)
Notice to Ualmiuifs or Land.
CARIBOO D1STIIICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Sections III, 41, 42, 43, 44, aud 45,
Croup I, Cariboo District, have boon
surveyed, nnd a map of same etui be seen
nt the ollice of J. BOwrou, Esq,, Commissioner, Barkerville, and nt the Lands
nnd Works Ollice, Victoria, where forms
of application and declaration can bo obtained.
Claimants to any portion of tho above
Sections must prove up thoir claims to
same within three months from dato of
this notice.
WM. SMITHK,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victorin, JI. C, April 10th, 18S.'..
________     (npKSiii3fil)
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVION that
i\ Lot4"2, Croup I., New Westminster District, has been surveyed fm*G. E.
Corbould, Esq,, as the land claimed by
him under Prc-cmptim- Record No. 1,201,
dated February 13th, LSS3, being a transfer of Mr, Mackic's Pie-cinption Claim,
No, 1,310, dated Juuo 111th, 1874.
A map of the above Lot can hu seen at
the Lands ami Works Offico, Victoria,
and at the Olliee of 3. C, HltghflS, Esquire, Commissioner, New Westminster,
where blank forms of application and
declaration can be obtained.
The above or any other claimant to
tho ahove laud must prove up on the
same, iu accordance witli tho provisions
of tlio "Land Act, 1875," within three
months from the dato of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lauds k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victorin, B. C, April 3rd, 1883.
(apt ltd)
NOTICE TOJAXPAYERS.
Assessment Act and Provincial
Revenue Tax.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT,
■VfOTIOE IS HEREBY' GIVEN, in
i\ accordance with the Statutes, that
Provincial Revenue Tnx and all Tuxes
levied under tho Assessment Acts are
now due for tho year 1883, and payable
nt iny otlice, Assessed Taxes, if pnid on
or boforo the 30th June, 1883, nre collectible at tbe following rates, viz,:—
J| of 1 per cent, ou Real Property.
5 coats per acre on Wild Laud,
One-fourth of 1 por cent, on Personal
Property.
_ of 1 por cont. on income.
If paid aftor Juno 30th, 1883i—
i of 1 por cent, on Real Property,.
0 cents per aero on Wild Laud,
| ot 1 per cent, on Personal Property.
'i of 1 per cent, on Income.
J. C. HUGHES,
Assessor and Collector,
Jan, 8th, 1668. M4td
PnovixciAi, Skoretahy's Officii,
Idih June, 1883.
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor lias beon plcnscd to ninkcthc
following appointment, to dato from the
lst proximo:—
Henry Nicholson, Esquire, of tho
Similkaincon Valley, to bo Assessor and
Collector, under the "Assessment Act,
1870," and amending Act**; Collector of
Rovonuo Tax, under the ''Provincial
Revenue Tax Act, 1SS1;" nnd Collector
of Revenue; all for the Rock Crock Polling Division of the Electoral District of
Yale, vieeT. MoK. Lumbly, Esq., whose
appointment for that portion of the Yale
District has been cancelled.        |je27-lm
Provincial Si-.citixutv'.-' Office,
4th Junr, 1SS3.
HIS HONOUR the Lioutouant.Gov.
ernor has been pleased to make
the following appointments:—
William Ross, Esquire, to bo immigration Agent at New Westminster.   '
William Eraser Tolbiib, Esquire, j,
P., and Heptok M'cKenzib Stkamiikiio,
Esquire, B. A,, to be examiners, to net
with tho supcriutendout of Education at
the approaching Examination of Public
School Teachers.
Francis Thomas Child,   of  Soolco,
Esquire, to be a Justice of the Pence for
the Electoral District of Esquimalt.
jcO-lm
GOVERNMENT   NOTICES.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Information, Eiplopent
 AND	
HOMES FOR EMIGRANTS.
The Government of  British Columbia
has established nn
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.,
And nll persons wishing to obtain authentic information about the country
are advised to apply, either personally or
by letter, to tho Agent.
Pamphlets nud Handbooks descriptive
of the country nnd its resources will bo
supplied freo of charge on application,
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in any part of tho
Province, ore invited to place themselves
in communication with tlio Agent. Particulars should bo furnished ns to the
kind of employment and wages offered.
The Agent will endeavor, ns far as possible, to fill applications.
Office—Court Houso Building, Mar--
kct Square, New Westminster, B. 0,
•W3ME. ROSS,
jo20 tc] Immigration Agent.
NOTICE.
THE    PURE-BRED »
CLYDESDALE STALLION
"GLENGARRY."
FIRST PRIZE AT OREGON STATE
and District Fairs. Dam and Sire
imported from Scotland. Bright dapple
bay; 17 hands; weight, 1800 lbs. Will
make tbo season, Ut Mny to Ist August,
nt Gonzalc's Farm, nenr Victoria,
TERMS: §25, due Ist Aug. Insurance §35, duo when maro iu foal; pasture,
SI por week, Half steamboat fares allowed to mares from n distance. Every
precaution taken to nvoid accidcuts, but
at risk of owners of marcs.
J. D. PEMBERTON,
mliSlte P.O.Victoria, Box240.
TIIE GREAT ENGLISH BEflBDY
|W^*>%
flit1
[1, S.]
CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA:
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Viotoria, by tho Grace of Cod, of the
United  Kingdom of Groat Britain
and Ireland, QUEEN, Defender
of the Faith, kc, ke., ke.
To   nil   to whom   these presents shall
conic,—GllEETINU,
A PROCLAMATION.
P. rii. Iiivino, lTTNOW YE,
Deputy Att'y-Gcucrnl. J JLVthat an Act
of the Legislature of the Province of
British Columbia) passed in the 45th
year of Her Majesty's reign, chaptered
S, aud intituled "An Act to consolidate
"aud amend the Laws relating to Cold
"and other Minerals, excepting Coal,"
was, on the !2th dny of Mny, Ib'SH, disallowed by His Excellency the Governor-
Genoral of Canada in Council.
The conuuuicntion by tho Honourable
tho Secretary of State of such disallowance was dated 17th May, 18SU.
Iu testimony whereof, Wc hnve caused
these Our Letters to be made Patent,
and the Great Seal of the snid Provinco
to be thereunto affixed] Witness, tho
Honourable CLEMENT F. CORNWALL, Lieutenant-Governor of Onr
snid Province of British Columbia, iu the
yenr of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-three, and in the forty-
sixth year of Our Reign.
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
jcUO-lm] .Provincial Secretary.
pus.]
CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OFBRITlSirCOLUMBlA.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of tho
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland,  QuRBN,  Defender
of tho Faith, kc, ke., ke.
To Our faithful the Members elected to
servo in the Legislative Assembly of
Our said Province, nnd to nil
whom   it  mny  concern,—
GnKBi-iKa.
A PROCLAMATION.
Ai.kx. E. B. Davii-;,\\\THHREAS,
Atlornejj-General, \ W Wc hnvo
thought lit, by nnd with the advice of Oar
Executive Council of Oar said Provliice
of Uritish Columbia, to prorogue tho Legislative Assembly of Gar wml Province
until tho Twelfth day of -Inly, one thousand eight hundred and eiglity-thicc.
Now know yo that Wc do, for tbat
cud, publish this Our Royal Proclamation, and ilo hereby prorogue tho Legislative Assembly accordingly, until tho
TWELFTH DAY OF JULY, one thousand eight hundred nnd ' eighty-three;
hereby convoking, and by those presents
enjoining you, and each of you, that ori
Thursday, the Twelfth day of July next,
you meet Us iu Our stud Legislature or
Parliament of tho said Proviuce, at Our
City of Victoria, aud therein do as may
seem necessary.    Heroin fail not.
In  Testimony   Whereof,   Wc  have
caused those Our Letters to be made
Patont, und tho Great Seal of British
Columbia to be hcrouuto affixed;    Witness,   tho   Honourable CLEMENT P,
CORNWALL,   Lieutenant-Governor of
Our snid Province of British Columbia,
in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this Twelfth day of May, in tho
J'car of Our  Lord one thousand eight
ntndred nud eighty-three, nnd in tbo
forty-sixth year of Our Reign.
By Command,
JOHN ROBSON,
my23-td] Provincial Secretary.
NOTIICE,
ALL PERSONS ARM HEREBY
cautioned against cutting or removing timber of any kind from oft lauds
held by the Hastings. Sawmill Company,
as parties doing so without permission
will be prosecuted.
RICHD. H. ALEXANDER,
Burrard Inht, B. C,
12th Deo,, 1882. delO
DURING MY TEMPORARY   AB-
senee from the province, Mr. Chas.
E. Woods will bold my power of attorney, nnd will act as Manager of the business of James Ellard k Co,    Mr. Woods
is authorized to receive moneys and sign
cheques nnd receipts in tho name of tho
id linn.       JAMES W. HARVEY.
New Westminster, B.C., May 22,1889.
iny28-tc.
NOTIICE.
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB-
sencc from the City, Mr. A, J.
TouiiEwill manage tlio business of tbo
Holbrook House; nnd I hereby givo notice thnt I will be responsible for no
debts contracted without Ids written
order.
J. W. HENNESSY.
Now West., Jnn. 2, 1883. jy'J
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned intends making np-
nlication to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase 200 aeres (more or less) of land iu
New Westminster District, described as
follows: All that portion of an Island
lying in the North Skwamish River,
emptying into Howe Sound. Said portion of said Island being all that portion
of said Island situate south qf the
Skwamish Indian Reserve.
JAMES VAN BRAMER.
my.i0-2m
IMCIPALITYof SURREY
NOTICE.
never-l'iiiliiig
Unru for N'crv-
oueDebillly,Ex-
hniist-'d Vi'iiiltty
of a ny It i a d,
Weakness, Paralysis, Prosta-
lorrboea,nnd all
" .-p^W---'';:    Ihe  terrible pp.
[&$ssia§a»sS8  frets oi jouihrtii
follies, und excesses In maturer yi-nrs,
DR.. MINTIE will agree to forfeit
FIyc Humlrml Dollars for a case oi
tliis kind Ihu Vltnl RcstOWllVC (under
his special ndyl.ee nnd trealtnenijwillaot
cure or for nnyiliirg impure or Injurious
found :. It. DR. MINTIE fronts all Diseases jiiccessnilly without mercury.
Consultation free. Thorough »«ml-
nation nnd advice, $5*00. Price or Vital
Restorative. S>3*00 a buttle, or four
times iti.e quantity, S10-00; sent to nnj-
address upon receipt of prio. or 0 O. D,,
secure from observation t and in private
namU if desired, l.y A. li. MINTIE,
M. D.
Those who cannot visit DK. MINTIK
in Sun Frnncifco should send a lull ami
ml it nle stiili'inent of Iheir ironbles with
!?2f>-00, and in return n full course of
Medicine will lie forwarded, securely
packed, sn ns nnt to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine C. O. f>. must
bo noconipnnied with $1.00 (as n guarantee of good fnith), which will be deducted when lhe package is shipped, .
SAMPLE BOTTLE PREB.-Senl on
npplicnlion by letter stating symptoms*
sex and nge. Communications strictly
confidential.' jny31-ly
il Kearney Street, Sun I'mnclscn, Cnl.
milK ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR Til K
J_ Municipality of Surrey having
been returned and revised, the taxes
aro now due nnd payable to ine nt my
ollice, nud all taxes not pnid ^n or beforo
The First Day of'Oetober, will be delinquent, nud interest at the rate of one
per cent, por month will bo udded thereto nnd collected thereon.
HENRY T. THRIFT, Collector.
jo28-td] Clover Valley, Surrey.
A RARE CHANCE
 For Dairymen to    -
IMPROVE THEIR STTOGK.
The undersigned offers for  sale  his
lnrge nud well-bred Bull
"UNCLE   SAM,"
Imported from the best dairy stock in
California. M. NICHOLSON,
iuyl0-2m,] Riverside.
1TOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Moodyvillo Saw Mill Company
(limited) intend to mnke application to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase 200
acres (more or less) of land in New West*
minster District, described as follows:
Commencing at the southeast corner of
tho Indian Reserve, north of tstccp dill's
situate ou Shonl Channel, at the entrance
of Howe Sound; thenee west eighty
chains; theuco south thirty chnins;
thence east to tho shore lino of Howe
Sound; theuco in a northeasterly direction, following tho nicnudcrings of shore
line to point of commencement, containing two hundred acres, more or Icsr,
MOODYVILLE SAW MILL CO.,
(Limited;)
Per IJ. Si'itiNiiilu, Manager.
Now Westminster, B.0.,May2B,1888,
my!i0*2m
Frank Siddall's Soap
FURNISHED BY
HENRY W. HUGHES.
rpHE ABOVE ARTICLE HAVING
J_ been triod by nearly every huly in
town with success, needs littlo or no de
scriptiou, but for strangers tho following
is printed:—It docs the washing for a
family iu two hours; uo boiling allowed;
little or no rubbing on tho board; bluo
uot needed; docs no harm to clothes,
Plenty of reference if desired. One bar
does two weeks' washing. Tho tluest
soap known for fnee nml hands, shaving,
etc. Once used, it becomes a necessity.
Money refunded if the above is not true.
The undersigned being tho lirst to introduce it, respectfully asks the Indies to
pntronizo him. Orders kindly received
by Klhinl k Co., at the Occident Hotel,
and orders received and Soav supplied
at Mr. C. G, Major's, cor. Columbia and
Alary streets.
Being well known as agent for nil
newspapers, magazines, and books sold
by agents only, 1 need no introduction,
To those out of town, a letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
H. W. HUGHES,
mhSI Now West., B.C.
Dissolution.
T C. HENDERSON k CO., MER-
M , chants of Chilliwhack, have this
day dissolved partnership by mutual
consent. J. C, Henderson, takes tlio
business, collects nil accounts, and pays
nil dobts of tho said fnin of J, C. Hon-
del son k Co,
Datod Juno 1st, 18B9i jo20*lm
DR. LIEBIC,
100 ttcury Street,
SiiiiFi-unclscOtCnl
COKTINUI'S TO TIIKAT 8H0-
eosaHilly   by IRiiiooimtliy
_J ovory form o( Special or Ctnonic
UJ Dtomiso without Murctiry or Nnn.
UI M--US   Din,:-;.     DU,   I.IKIIIO'S
CC INVlflOllATOK lan-iusHlvonml
f-K iicrainnont cure   Tor   Seminal
J~* ttV-il.iii'r-s, N'crvitiiji unit I'liyslail
r" Del.illly,  l..*-:t   Muulionil,  Vltnl
{f} KxlmiiBtloil, mul nil iin- ti-rril-li'
I,-.| ttMiiUi-oriilntswl iiiilunt, -jxci'-hj.
Fry- on mid   yimtlilui folliiiH.     Tlio
>*• n.>i't.ii- will imi-fo in writ lag l-i
(oi'lblt 81,0110 for nciisi* tlmt
lio iiit'lortakoB nml full* to euro,
Tho rimsim  lliousiinrts can not
curuil ol" Soiiiiiiil Wi-nltiii'S*
uml tlio nlnivo ills ohm's In owing
to ii ouiiijillcntiuii L'ulloil Pro-it it-
torrhan, wlilcli roqulriHj n fpoHnl
i-L'iimly.   nit.   MOWS   IN-
Q VUIOIIATOH,  Nu, 2, lunflpe.
fN -'.Mi!   Cm'o   fur   Prosl n I or rl ion.
^ 1'rleo of olllui- Invlf-urAlor. S3
Q t"»-l>uttli>,or(ltjott]or-$10. Stmt
T In nnj' niliirosrt Hocuroly covorcil
Zfrotiiobsoi'vittina. Somhinl'WotiU-
iii-ms mul front ii l n rrli on itrnla vl-
*»*5 liility from tlm body ntnl i-itiwu
SiiiiiinH'ous illswiHOM tlint liitfllo
oiillnnry inodlcnl troiilniont, If
nllowi'il to uontiimo.tlio miiintu-
ml loss iifloolH llio vltnl oipniH,
which oitusos itostiiiying illneiiBOH,
iMilii|itliin, Dhil-etcs, llriglit's DEtnui-u-, Jniitl-
i-iiv, Insmily,I'll-. liMri-.-i-K, Xon-iisi', AIiiihc.Iii-
horilri] Woiiliiitss. jriiliiiiliition, i-jiinnl mul Quia-
Iiml Cnin-iliiiil.H liriii;*; mi thu iilwv.i futnl ilisoiiSM,
Di'l'ilfly nml i-Vniiniil Wonloicxs olistriift llitiim-
iwrtiint nml nm'SHiiry nctu of HIV mul their enjoy,
ntoiilx. Cure* (litiirnnlea. DlHeuues of the Geiil-
lii-Ummry ni'f-iiiiB, ICIilin-y, l.iver uml lllnilder n
H]ii'»-inll.v. The lililtiyooilllllllliilH mul iHsuiihi*-, of
wonii'ii »[ic-i-<lll.v oniiil: (-uiiNiiltmioii ut nllloo or hy
totter, freo ill id COtilliluatllil. Hoh-ioiibIIiIh pnrllei*
will iimiii|*i- iiiij-iuonts In thu siime inniiiier m thov
woiilil omiiloy Iheir fiimlly pliyslcluti. StrintoBt
Bucrocy inuliitiiliieit.
OKK   DOTTLE    KIII3K.
Ilegiilni-Sizollnltlo of ol thai* Iuvlgorntor Sent
Frot! to show Ilia womlorftil iiroiiortlca of tho
(Irentt'Nt lnvignrntnr Known to Moilern StiotitlutK.
Stiite symptoms, ;<::•■, if ninrrii.il, Ao.
Cull ai-niMr-s-. Dlt. MUIIIO k CO., No. -100
(fi-iiry Slrt-el, uorniT Jluson, Sun Fi-uiiciscu, Cnl.
I'llvnlo eiilriiiici', -lii-'i Muson Stroot.
QDAUPIBD AMI IlKflWHtBIBU!.—Dlt, MKI1IO A
CO. tlrgitnl/t'il Iii coniplinniT with Cnliliunhi law.
Illploiiiu jirii-iilei] liy regiiliir t-iillogo eilucntlon,
17 yeurs spoctnl prnc|lco, mn) ilnlv llconiotl in no-
t-urilnnco willi Cillil'oriiin Moilicul I.nw, do9
EARS
FOR TUI
MILLION!
Foo "Ohoo's   Balsam  of
Shark's Oil
Positivuly Restores the Homing, ami
is tho Only Absolute Ciiro for
Deafness Known.
This Oil is iilisliiu-ti'il from ponillnr HpoeloH ol
Niimll Whltu Shark, omiglil in tho Yellow
Boa, Itnown ns CAiicn.oiunos ItONDBLKTIl, Kvory
C|illi0B0 llsln'1'inmi knows it. Its virtue us it
restorutlvo or heuriiig wus illsuovorcil hy iillmhl-
hist Priest nilont iho yenr 1410. Im euros woro uo
inntierotis nml ninny mo kg cm I ugly mlra-
ciiloi*n, Hint tho remedy wus olllcltilly pro-
clnimoil over lhe entiiti I'mpiro. Us uso hccnino
Ba niilversnl Hint for ovt-r ,'IO» yearn no
llcitl'iiess Inns vxUtcil ni-ioii^ tlieChl-
nc-je i)t-npic, .Sunt, chm-ges piopniil, ta uny
mtilroM ut $1.00 por liotllo.
Hear Wlmt the llcnr Snj-.
II hns perforiiii'il it inlrnolfl In my euro•
I hnvo no iino:titlily luises in my lieml nml hour
nun li lietter.
I harn huen gieiltl.V luiliontteil.
My ilenlmss Jt.-I| n grtMl ileul-lhinll another
bottle will euro mo.
■'Hbvirtueslu-owxquiisnoxAiitBwill Us cniiA.
TIVi: lltlAli.lfVl.li .U'SULL-TG, .IS TIIK WIUTKII IMS VtH-
soxai.lv TRUTIPV, iiotii riii'M i:xi'i:iiii:nci: asdoh-
srnvATiox.   Willi- ut diii'o to ll.u-i.ooi. & .luasuv,
7 li-'.v .SI) I. New Vnrk, .in In-it,- $|.i)n, uml voil
will leeeivo l.yreliirn n remeily tlml will onnlilo
you to hem- liU unyhoily else, unit whoso olil'lltlvo
I'lli't-is will li- I'l'ini.iiienl'. Vim will never rrgit't
ilolng so."—KniToii oi' J]i:iutMii,]:llKvn.w.
Itir'l'o uvolil loss In  Dm Mulls,  plontto svinl
money hy Hi ^Irit.rcl Lei ler.
Only (liijit)i'lt-tl liy
II.AYLOCK  t%  .MINNF.V,
7 Doy St., N. Y.
Hole AgciitH for Amcrlcii. imlyl
De. SPINNEY & CHS
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STBEET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
»R. NPINMfiY, well known us tliu romi.
•1.1   ..fllM.Mltl.tH-.ll.ir.   ll.iMo.    1.1*11.
tnte, uml hit., I'liiiirletori'f lite .SI'l.NNKYVlM.B
INl'IIOLWlY, would most i-o-tptustftilly infoiw
his ,pnilent* iiml the n'illi'toil-*tmori'l.y. that hs
i-Hll coi.tlunrs to liout fliroiilo-.ml tio'rvuUB ills,
ouses wild unpnriilletoil uiiccosh,
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
COME AND BE HEALED.
It mul lord mil whut yonr Irouhloa muy ho, como
uml let tho Undor exumliiu youreuHo. It will
cost ymi nothfllg for ronsnltutloti, no ploiiBti cnll
nml ifttiMy yourselves whethur tint liuotor iniilflr.
Htiimls your cuso. If hui-ini euro yau he will tell
you hoi if not. ho will toll yon thnt, for ho will
not iniilertiiko u oiiso miloss ho iHCoaltdetit of of.
fectliiKucuru,
1'itrtlei nt n tllstntico. Wllliltlg treatmoat, hy
Beintiiij! J2fi uml u mlinito iloiorlptlon nf thoir
traiil.lcK will recolvo In reliira u ftill cinmo ot
treiitnieiit sooiirnly piit-keil so ns uot to cxclto cu.
rloslty.
DU. SI'tNNKY will puiitittitee to lorfolt Vlv«
Ilinulreil Oonnrs for otoiv cuso or uny kltul or
eliurneter which ho uintorUkoN nml fulls to onrn.
I', tl.—Vor iliHuusos af short Htnntling, n full
courso of mmllchit-s, sullloloiit for u cure, wiih
nil Instructions, will ho sunt to nny iilldreu on
receipt or $10.
Cull nr AihlivsM
Dr. SPINNEY * CO.,
0 28-ly      No. 11 Kctiraey .st., Sim Fnmiclsco.Cftl,

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