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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
-18  PUMJfUIED—
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— ni —
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STRUT. Entranoe to Edi-
TOMAl Mill BUSIKEIS DEPARTMENT THROUGH T. B.
Puinii k Oo'i. Book ft Stationery Store,
TEBMS-ByMnil, $3ayoart H 50 for Onion. |
01 for 3 mo..; payable in Advance. Deliver u,l
by OBrrlor or Ajrenl, 01 per quarter, payable
quarterly to Oarrler or Agent.
1       A0ENT8:
T. N. Hiooen ft Co. Viotoria.
Wm. Harrioon Yaie.
L P. FISHER AflvertlatRrj Agent, 21 Merclinnt'e
kxenanae, 8an Fmnctecu, Itaiithbrlied to receive
Advertiioment. fur till, paper.
TUIQ   DSDCD   may be found nn file at
  Geo.   P.   Howell iCo.'s
Newepaper Adr.rtlilnK Bureau (10 Spruce St.),
whore ailvertl.ing contracte may be mado for It In
MEW f MK.
Iht frittek Columbian.
WednrarlHy Morning, Jnne 14, mm.*.
The Judicial muddle.
Under and by virtue of tlie "Judicial District Act, 1879," the Mainland part of British Columbia was
divided into threo Judicial Districts,
designated respectively New Westminster, Lillooet and Cariboo. Mr.
Justice Gray was assigned to New
Westminster, Mr.' Justice Robertson to Lillooet, and Mr. Justice
McCreight to Cariboo, The two
last mentioned duly repaired to their
several districts, but Mr. Gray has
persisted in refusing to come hero.
He remonstrated against the Order
requiring residence within  thb Dis
■ tt'ict to which lie had been assigned,
but the Minister of Justice told him
, plainly that lie (the Minister) could
not advise either revocation or modification of   the Order.   Tlio three
Judges, in Full  Court assembled.
. inter alia,  pronounced  the Judicial
. District Act, 1879, unconstitutional.
The immediate effect of this decision
is to still farther complicate judicial
matters.    Under   the said  Act,
Registrar was appointed  for   each
Judicial  District.   Acting  iu con
formity   with    tlieir decision,  the
Judges have informed Mr. Registrar
Provost of Victoria that he is tlie sole
'Registrar for the Province and have
' instructed him to act accordingly. It
follows as a logical sequence  that
, the District Registrars are no longer
competent to act as such, and as a
.matter of fact we find that legal
gentlemen on  the Mainland, acting
in tbe light of the decision and or
Mors of the Judges, are sending al
j documents requiring the Registrar's
(signature   to Victoria.    In short,
ftliere are Do longer Judicial Dis-
I'tricts and the whole machinery of
I Justice  is paralized.   Thus wo are
lnot only without a resident Judge,
■ but utterly destitute of nll the onli
l'pary facilities for obtaining justice.
[A moro deplorable condition of at"
pairs it would indeed be difficult to
bonceive.    Well;   what   is   to be
■done t   The whole question of the
Unconstitutionality of this and other
icts and doings was to have found a
iiml solution in the Supreme Court
if the Dominion, in connection with
he celebrated Thrasher case.    But
[he Thrasher case lias not been ap
lealed.   The authorities at Ottawa
tre waiting for it as the most con
euient means of settling the vari-
ius matters involved.   But it still
ngers at James Bay.   And why
oes it linger)   How long is the
inntry to bo left in its present dis
testing plight in this respect 1 How
ing aro the Judges to bo allowed to
nap their fingers at two Govern
tents and subordinate tlie interests
E justice to their own  whims and
wsonal predilections I  It is surely
me an end were put tn this sort of
iing.    If Wulkcni's law is good,
i the Judges be made to obey it,
hey are not above law.   If it is
ad, as much of it is known to be,
i the statute books be purged, and
', thero be a new departure.   This
filling and paltering is undcrmiii-
fa the foundations of justice aud
■ill, Sooner or later, bear u plentiful
lop of bitter fruit   We are acens-
■mod to boast of Responsible Go.
Irnment, as compared with our ox-
hriencti as a Crown Colony ; but it
ft questionable   if   grievances are
Ijre speedily redressed now than
joy ware then.
hat I' Done with (he Newspapers.   .
■team. Goo. P. Kovtcll & Co. (tho
at Advertising Bureau, Ifow York)
oivti nearly ouo hundred and fifty
inaiiil newspapers every three
ntlis, more than seventeen hundred
ry day.   On occasions in tho win-
wheii Iho snows interfere with thu
ular rim ii inn of the mails, as soon
tho blocatlo is removed, It nnt un-
uontly happens that as many as
uty-Ovo bushels como in of a single
nblg, counting possibly as many
tin thousand papers in one mail
very.
'hat becomes of all the papers?
■t do you do with them ? are ques-
British Columbian.
VOLUME 21
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1882.
NUMBER 47
tions which are often suited. The
papers coma from every quarter, and
ure assorted throughout the day and
night by the Post-oflice employes.
Those addressed to Geo. P. Howell &
Go's. Newspaper Advertising Bureau
are thrown into large maid bags, attached to a table, made to support
them with the mouth held open, nnd
these, when filled, are tied at the top
and set aside tu wait until culled for.
The hags aro brought to the office each
morning, after which the papers are
taken out and heaped upon a table.
Then the wrappers are taken off and
thu papers smoothed out, uniformly
folded and nrraugud by States, after
which the various piles aro handed
over to those who have in charge the
business of examining each separate
paper to make sure that advertisements
ordered from the Agency aro inserted
according to specifications of contract.
The sountry is divided into eight
sections and portioned out. Ono person attends to papers issued in the
•City and Stato of New York; another
chocks those iu States near by: one
has Canada, ono tho South, another
the Territories und Pacific Coast, and
so on.
With his book spread out before
him the work of examination and
•checking proceeds.
Every paper in which an advertisement is running is opened out aud tho
advertisements, one ur more, are
marked with a crayon so ns to be easily
found or soon .at a glance when the
advertiser comes to mako his examination before paying his bill.
The choekinij books are arranged to
show the ncttml numbor of insertions
which every ndyertise'itiorit is to ro-
ceive. Special marks arc used to designate special things, and the checking
clerk, guided liy instructions, produces a page which will show tlio ad*
vertiser at a glance whether his insertions have boen truly and correctly
rendered, or otherwise. The name of
the advertiser, the space,. position
style and length of time an advertise
ment must appear are all indicated,
The various marks have their mean
ing—all eusily Understood and not
readily mistaken.
If a paper fails to come to hand, the
checking book reveals tho fact, and
it is sent for. It may not be of much
importance, but the clerk in charge is
instructed not to consider that but to
oet thu j'APun and keep files complete.
If an advertisement is materially
wrong, is out of position, has important typographical errors, or for any
reason is not what tho advertiser is
entitled to oxpeot, notice is dispatched
to the publisher at once, and the error
is made good by another insertion or a
rod net it'll from the bill.
- This system is carried to groat perfection. The chucking books are kept
permanently for inspection by advertisers. The papers themselves are kept
three months from date of issue; after
that time the Agency does nut guarantee to exhibit thein.
Alter the examination aud marking,
the paper is again folded, and receives
a heavy mark on its upper right hand
corner to indicate that it has passed
through tho requisite examination, and
is ready to be placed upon tile. It is
then taken and placed iu tho space accorded to it. Every weekly paper has
a pigeon-hole, 8 inches by 10\ and one
foot deop, whilo to a daily is'accorded
several such. These spaces nro designated by a label, having printed upon
it the name of the paper to which thu
space is accorded.
Those being placed in tiers or cases,
back to back, and set up, form galleries, so as to permit of the whole being
arranged alphabetically by States, thu
name uf each State being designated
ou tho cases and again over the entrance to each separate gallery.
A stranger is thus enabled to search
out the depository for his own local
paper, or nny other that ho may desire
to see, with as much readiness as he
finds n word iu a dictionary or a name
iu a directory.
Those galleries aro arranged as compactly as possibly; they occupy an
entire floor, 25x100, and leave nothing tu be desired in the way of convenience.
An advertiser whose rule it is to pay
no bills until ho sees all the papers can
hero bo accommodated, aud a business
amounting to $20,000 per annum iu
cheap country papers can be looked
aftor (every copy of erery paper examined) by the advertiser, or his representative, wlm will devote three
days' timo to tho examination four
times a year.
The time required for examining
papers is mainly used in looking after
the advertisement which is not there.
This work has all been done beforehand, und each advertisement marked
plainly with a black crayon. If it is
so marked the adveitisor tukos iu its
appearance, stylo, position, everything
in au instant, and if it is nnt marked
he need go no farther; it is not there,
uud he is entitled to one other insertion or an allowance.
One advantage of complete files, su
conveniently arranged, consists in being able tu produce fur advertisers
samples of all tho papers in which they
wish to insert their announcements,
that they may see for themselves what
each paper looks liko, and judge what
style of advertising will be most effective in each.
When the papers have accumulated
until their allotted spaces assume it
crowded appearance, then comes the
fiual solution of the problem of "what
do you do with them?1' Boys go
through tho galleries, extract the superfluous papers from each of the
spaces (being careful to leave a com*
pluto file for nt. least threo months),
throw them into one great heap; aftor
which a dealer in paper stock comes
and carts them alt away, and in another month thoy may'bo found in the
store of the paper dealer, made into
new bundles, upon which may again
be printed other papers to repeat tho
same round of experiences.
R.T. WILLIAMS,   BOOTS and SHOES
B1
OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papera,,
eto., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria, It. 0.
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN,
DRALBIt   IS
BEMAL MEROIAUDISE
GRANVILLE. B. I.,
MORTON   HOUSE,
SPEfffE'S BRIDGE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
THIS ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
open for the accommodation of tlio
Pulilic, and tlio proprietor will endeavor
to deserve a fair share of patronage.
The very best of Wises, Liqiioks and
Cigars wiil always be kept.
C.   MORTON.
July 1, 1881. auO
Contractor and Builder.
MASS ami SPECIh-KlAIIOSS CUM".
FUU1' M.U.B OUT.
ALSO AGENT  Foil TIIE
Asphalt Roofing Company.
This is the BEST and CHEAPEST
Rooting now in use. Call and examine
model roof.
SW Shop corner of Mackenzie k Chirk*
son Streets, New Westminster.     ap!2
FIRE INSURANCE.
TIIE LANCASHIRE
{Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial}
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, - £*:>,000,ooo sterling
liisks accepted at   Current Bates of
Premium hy
JOHN C. BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminster.
SELLING OFF I
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS
THU K.NTUIK STOCK OK
Furniture,   IMcturCH,   Mouldings,
W»U Paper- und UndcrtakcrM'
Goods,
In tho Sto.ro lately occupied hy David
Withrow.
Orders for Hoods which aro not on
hand will ho fdlod from Victoria on short
notice.
Por further particulars, apply on the
premises, Columbia Street,  Now West-
J,   SEHI.,
Victoria, B. C.
minster, or to
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. 0.
HAW   FIMIt,    liKV   I'ltliMi.    LOCK.
SMITH, 11 III IIIV Willi Ml,
M'lWtOKH SU tlll'IMII.
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Sale.
t.inlinilufi lit-mini, nml 1'i-itci-al Itojintr.
Ing ucntly done.
Ammunition uf all kinds. A full assortment of Re-loading Tools, and everything
required by a Sportsman. Rll'liKS, Shot
Guns, Rhvulvkuh, and Fismsu Tackle
for sale. d24y
ADVANTAGES OF THE
GOAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils ol Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
THE BEACON LIGHT is
an Oil' of High lost witli a light gravity,
which makes tho Oil a protection against
explosion.
One Ordinary Burner gives n (Brilliant) Mglitriiiuil in Ten Cnmlle
light*,!
Its odor i. not offensive.   Tlio Beacon
Light Oil in
FREE PROM SMOKE & SMELL.
In nniiit of Economy, tho Boaoou Light
Oil la
LSHH EXPEDITE THAN OTHER (Ills.
Tho Consumer miming ono light—for
Four Hours—will not consume ovor Ono
Gill, or ouo thlrty-aooond part of a Gallon, which does lint tax tho Consumer
inoro than Two Cent- for a wholo night.
0PPENHISLM15R BEOS.,
fa' Sole Agent*, Viotoria, B.C.
HE A THO EN'S
Boot k Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbiaat., New Westminster,
H. NIOREY
HAS OPENED THE STORE AD-
joining the City Hotel, Columbia
Street, where ho will sell, cheap for
CASH:-
Groccrlcs,
Tobacco,
Cigars,
Candles, Ix.
By careful attention to business ho
hopes to merit a share of the Public
patronage;
New West., April 20, 1882. ap22
ESTABLISHED 1850.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
11HE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
ROYAL  CITY
CO.,
iLIMITBDi
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALL DESCKIPTIOSH OF—
Rough k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds,
Planing, Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Shaping,
Ami air kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  VASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Manager*
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND—
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Asssortmcnt; from §2.1 to $(10,
—AT—
I. W.\ ALL 8l CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
(iOVKimiKXT STKEGT,  VICTORIA.
j. BAGNALL,
PlAXOFimTKitOlUIAN'TUNKlUtKKl'AlIlKK
SEVEN THOUSAND!
AOEES
DYKED LANDS
FOR SALE.
The undersigned ofl'or
LAMP ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PRICKS.
Mberol Terms nr Payment given lo
Ilium mil- scttli-rs.
These Lunda are of excellent rjUtillty,
mid a largo portion of them is ready for
tlio plough.
WOODS * TURNER,
New Westminster,
E. M. JOHNSON,
Viotoria,
Or
C. B. SWORD,
Riverside
(AT BRUNETTE MILLS)
HAVING ENOAflKI) THE SER-
vices of Mr, Jas. Hi'ikus, and
fitted our Shop witli a nut of (irst-class
Tools, wo are in a position to turn out
tlio boat quality of work iu this line.
my!3 PbBKCK BROS, k CO.
Si laitCiMThD.
1'unsifY
Vkoetawli)
•hly rerommonilcd
ISIItOtlHUrKN.
. **nI->.iflio, tJlHl"
HilpoHon.ImllRni-
(Iwi, iHmIih *•»- Heariliiirn,
iiml Un-nilif tour* or Ap.
**i!Ho, .innudlct* loMof
lemwy, Sum* Htniiiiirh- l.lvrrrom-
yltt)nt.M'.iiiyi Siii-.-'-i iir!-i ni; from tho Stomal ft, u-itvrJi- ur tHidnrj't. Jl'hvym flafe.
milihiiiiHliafetijniulliPlriictiyiL Promitaj
lM.Ut4a..o«,m(1|. 95C( rKitnox,
J. H. PLEACEI CO.
IMTOJlTEItS Al-M) DEALERS IN
HARDWARE
STOVES,
E.ANGES,   toC, toC,
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hnnd, at
tho LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Tinwaro manufactured on the premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to.
HOI.nBOOK'8 HTOM! lit lMHM.,
Kew WffllmlnMer.
GO TO THE
SAN FRANCISCO
Sb»
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH
BOOTS AND SHOKS OK EVERY
desoriptiou made to order, ami repaired, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
10.Jk.Xit3   BOOT.
Tho highest CASH prico paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
Ori'OBiTK tiik Bask.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
I Oi-n Broad St. nnd 10 Tall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOH1NSUH1NU HOUSES k OTHER
Diiihtiugs, Ooods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port. Harbor or Dock, aud the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Marges and other Vessels on uuvigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such VoshoU, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland nnd in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OK IMMA0E BY F1KE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,000.000 STG.
Kates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
VV. J. AttJISTHONIJ,
Agent for New Westminster.
COLONIAL
HOTEL
COLUMBIA STREET,'
New   Westminster, B. C.
HAVING PURCHASED AND
. completely re-furnished and
otherwise greatly improved this
well-known establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce that it is
For the reception of Guests.
Conviently located and tvell appointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all the most modern appliances, it will be found in every
respect the best, as it is the largest
and most commodious, Hotel on the
Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best
management both aa regards cuisine
and attendance, nnd parties desiring
them can have comfortable Private
IHnlllg Kooms, with special attendance.
The
BAR   KOOftl
Is stocked with tbe choicest Wines
and Liquors, and the best brands of
Cigars will always be kept on hand.
Tlm
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and
provided with Straiilb's Patent
CUSHION TABLES, the best in
use.
*3TGood attendance and moderate charges.
J. E. INSLEY,
PltOritlETOn k MANAGER,
April 4, 18S2. ap5
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD       INI.ET.
Newly Built nnd Newly Furnished,
Lnrge nnd Commodious.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS OH THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view  of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Conl Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
llailway.
arm   OF   ROO.HH   rOK   FAMILIES,
jHT Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
Tho scale of charges will bo found to
bo strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH   MANN ION,
Proprietor.
0R0 RESTAURANT
(OmiBIA STKKKT,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
(ESTABLISHED 181111.)
THIS WELL KNOWN AND MOST
conveniently located establishment,
having been purchased by tho under';
signed, will bo conducted ns a FIRST-
CLASS
BOARDING    HOUSE,
Under tho personal superintendence of
Mrs. Daooett.
'ir w. ■* Mtr. m ■
Board it Lodging _per Week Sli 00
Board alone per \V cok  5 00
Single Meals      50
43T The Mail Stages leave this House
for Burrard Inlet twice a day.
S.  W.  DAGGETT.
Mayfl, 1881.
CANARYJHRDS.
A FEW CHOICE SINGERS  FOR
Sale, nt So.Oft each.   Enquire nt
tho Columbia House.
J. CUNNINGHAM.
New West,, May 28,1882.      myEMn
in §nk ox lo gent.
FOR SALE:
THREE YOKE OF COOT) WORK-
OXEN, well broken and in good
order.
For particulars apply to
my31 A. INNES, Langley.
FOR RENT:
rpHE EAGLE HOTEL, FRONT-ST.,
.L    New Westminster;   opposite   the
Whurf; with a License.
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
mli22 Und Agent.
BRICKS FOB SALE.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS A KILN
of excellent briekB for sale cheap.
Delivery anywhere.
T. McKAY.
New Westminster,
June 21, le\S!. jn23
FOR "SALE:
ONE  PORTABLE STEAM   SAtV-
inill, now at work near Lytton and
in good condition.
For particulars enquire of
JAS. MURIE,
Lytton,
Or A. B. FERGUSON,
myl7-Jin Proprietor, Clinton.
FARMS, TOWN LOTS,
AND  OTHER LANDS
FOR   SALE.
MONEY TO LEND
AT REASONABLE RATES.
VV. NORMAN BOLE,
rayl3-2m Bajhiistek, New West
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Eiverside Farm, Matsqui,
IN WHOLE  Oil PAUT,
CONTAINING THREE HUNDRED
acres Dyked Lund, of winch 250 acres'
could ensily be put under crop for next
season,
WITH WHARF 80 FEET FR0**T, and
AMPLE BAltN  AM)  OTHKK
BII1,U1S«    AC COM MO DAT'UK.
Apply to
C. B. SWORD,
Riverside.
DAIEY  EARM
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE   FARM   CONSISTS OP   3120
Acres, in Nicola Valley, known aa
P. L. Anderson's Ranch, of wliich a part
is suitable for crop.   It is situated about
3 miles irom the Public Hall and Road.
Also—76' Milk Pans,  Churn, aud all
the implements necessary for Dairying.
Also—20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to
P. L. ANDERSON,
apute Nicola Lake.
FARM for SALE
mHE UNDERSIGNED BEING DE-
X sirous, ou account of failing health,
to retire from business;, oft'ers for sale his
first-class Dairy Farm, situated on Suinn.s
Prairie, consisting of r>20 acres, of which
about 1(10 acres nre under fence. There
is a good Orchard on the place, Dwelling
House, Dairy, Barns, Stables, kc, kc
The Dairy Stock, Horses, &c, will be
sold with Farm if desired.
Terms—One half of purchase money
payable at time of purchase; the balance
at reasonable rate of interest on time to
suit purchaser.
For particulars apply to
CHESTER CHADSEY,
my24-3m Sumas.
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOE
Church or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason & Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeds, sub-bass, octavo coupler, vox hn-
inana, grand organ, and knee swell, S
stops. This organ is now used in tho
Methodist Church, nnd is sweet toned
and in good order. Will bo sold for §150
cash, ns it is intended to procure a more
powerful one. This is a decided bargain,
Apply to
T. II. PEARSON k CO.,
Stationers k Music Dcnlern.
fe4te New Westminster.
FOR   SALE:
mHE   UNDERMENTIONED   PRO-
.1   porty.
City of New Westminster:
LOT  4,   BLOCK   1!>,-
10,
12,
,'12,
32,
7,        " I),
12,       "        21.
District ol New Westminster:
Lot yip, Group I., Nortii shore Port
Moody,
Lot 102, Clroup I„ South Bide Port
Moody,
Lot 110, Oroup I., near Hastings, Burrard lulut,
Lot 302, (ironp I., False Crock,
Lot 110, Oroup IL, South hunk Fraser
Rivor,
Lot* M7, HS, 150, Group IL, South
bank, Fmser River,
Lot 00a, Group IL, South hank Frasor
River.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
mhlS Land Agent. flu -British Columbian.
Wednesday Morning, June 14, tarn.
Flood and Duty.
Tlie ilisustrous and uhju'cceiionted
flood which is carrying ruin into
marry a settlor's homo on tho Lower
Fraser, involves fresh duty and responsibility. In the devastated settlements a supreme effort wns being
made for the purpose of taking advantage of the brisk demand arising
from railway work. Every nerve
was strained to get in more seed
than usual, and many settlers were
counting upon making enough this
year to wipe off harrassing debts nnd
place themsolves in positions of comparative ease aud comfort. But tlio
floods cnuie and swept all away—not
alone the crops but, in some instances, the stock and the orchards
nnd even the buildings. Under these
circumstances, it would undoubtedly
bo the desire of the people in all
other parts of the Province to come
to the help of these sufferers. How
can that help be rendered so that
it shall come from every ono in due
proportion and thereby fall lightly
on all 1 By giving aid from the provincial treasury, to which all contribute. There are, for revenue producing purposes, about sixty-thousand. Who of them all would grudge
an average contribution of, say, ono
dollar! And yet, this mere "widow's
mite" would yield 860,000 towards
the relief of the sufferers—a sum
wholly inadequate, we admit, to
make good their losses, but still sub-
rtnntinl relief. Ono tiling is quite
certain, the people of British Columbia cannot, will not, stand- by and
see these industrious and deserving
families left destitute hy this terrible visitation. It is only a question
of how help can be best rendered.
Considering the "magnificent distances" by whicli communities are
separated in this wide-spreading
Province, nnd the diverse elements
of which the population is composed,
we have no hesitation whatever in
saying that the best way would be
for the Government to step forward
and devise and carry out some equitable scheme for extending aid to
those whose homes have been devastated by the flood. In other
countries, in other provinces of this
vast Dominion, similar measures
have been adopted. In this province,
happily there has been no demand in
the past for such intervention. The
present is the first instance. Heaven
grant it may be the last. But whether or no, the duty of the hour is
plain and the country will be all the
better for performing it, Every taxpayer will be the better for it.
The Chinese Population.
In the House of Commons, on the
12th ult, Mr. DeCosmos read the
following telegram from Victoria,
dated the 9th: "24,000 Chinese in
all are expected before August. Tlie
Chinese in the Province will then
number 32,000, and will outnumber
the whites." In the Victoria City
Council,on the 7th inst., the following
resolution was unanimously adopted:
—"That the Mayor send it telegram
to the Minister of Agriculture stating that tens of thousands of Chinamen were landing in British Columbia, and that nothing had yet been
done in quarantine matters." Now,
what aro the facts 1 Ten days ngo
there were 4,050 Chinese employed
on the railway works. It is expected that the number will have risen
to 6,550 before the 1st of August
Wo shall not be far from the mark
in estimating the Chinese population
other than that employed on the
railway works at three thousand.
This would make the Chinese population on the 3rd inst. 6,050, or on
the 1st of August next 9,550. Compare these figures, which can
scarcely be contradicted, with the
telegram read in the House of Com
mons by Mr. DeCosmos, and the
equally wild statement telegraphed
by the Mayor of Victoria to the
Minister at Ottawa last week, and
one cannot help wondering what pos
sible object people can have in des-
cending to such misrepresentation.
We yield to none in a sincere desire
to see this yellow wave swept back;
but surely success is not to be attained l>y indulging in such palpable
misrepresentation. Depend upon it,
in this as in everything else, "Honesty is the best policy," Looking at
the matter from the lowest standpoint, the Government at Ottawa
hnve the ready means of ascertaining and are certain to be made aware
beforo long that both of tht stato-
tmtmmmu,mmmmmmmmMsmmWsmms*mmmmmsmmmm
nients referred to nre wild exaggerations, and that knowledge is scarcely
calculated to import additional
weight to any representations wo
may have occasidu to make in the
future. To lmvo a Chinese population of ten thousand is surely grievance enough, and it would be much
more sensible to set ourselves earnestly to work to remedy the evil
than to call it "tens of thousands,"
Tax Hale al New Westminster
District.
"On the 15th hut the government
agent at Now Westminstor will pro-
eoed to sell a largo quantity of settlers'
land in New Westminster District for
taxes. We submit that the present is
a most unfavorable time for holding
the sale—first, because a cose involving the validity of the net under which
it is proposed to hold the sale is sub
judiee; mid, second, because the settlers of tlmt district are suffering from
the effects of a terrible visitation which
has impoverished many nnd subjected
nll to fearful losses. It will be useless, we fear, to ask the government
to pause. Thoy evidently mean to
carry out the aet nnd exact the pound
of flesh without the least regard for
tho sufferers. This is seen in the appearance of the advertisement announcing the snlo yesterday morning,
contemporaneous with the announcement that Mr. Benven had succeeded
to the premiership and that Fraser
river water had risen a foot higher
than in 1876. Tha flood has brought
ruin to hundreds of families in Now
Westminster; nnd on tho heels of the
greatest disaster the country has ever
sustained the first official act of the
now premier is to order the lands of
the delinquent property-holders to be
sold for arreais of taxes with the usurious rate of twenty-fiv, per cent, as interest added. Mr. Heaven must be a
cold, heartless man to even think of
perpetrating an outrage so wicked and
disastrous in its effects. Stay, Mr.
Benven! Stay your "itching palm," at
least until the court shall have passed
upon tho validity of the Tax Act. If
Sweet Charity cannot, stir your heart
let prudence stay your hand."
The foregoing is from the Colon-
ist and it must be admitted that,
severe as they are, the strictures are
justly bestowed. Up to the timo
of obtaining the public printing,
now about twelve months ago, the
local organ was in the habit of characterising the Walkem administration as the worst known to history.
Although our contemporary was,
perhaps, not altogether justified in
going so far at that, it cannot be
denied that it was guilty of some
atrociouH acts; and among them all
we aro disposed to think those referred to by the Colonist are about
the most unjustifiable. In any country, but more particularly in a new
country, the interests of the Strug
gling settlers ought to bo jealously
guarded, and in the adjustment of
taxation the industrial classes ought
ever to be touched as lightly as possible. The policy of tho Provincial
Government during tho past four
years would appear to lmvo been
conceived in a very different spirit.
Amongst the first nets of the administration was to add twenty-four
per cent to the amount duo by the
settler upon his land and then charge
eighteen per cent interest upon the
ivlicle! That net was disallowed at
Ottawa as being usurious and unconstitutional. It was'indeed v/orthy
of a Shylock. Foiled in that attempt
at extortion, they hit upon the
equally heartless expedient of adding twenty-five per cent to taxes not
paid sharply on time, and it is under this arbitrary and usurious enactment that it is proposed to sell the
lands of unfortunate settlers. A
more cold-blooded net could hardly
be conceived, and a more unhappy
and inopportune time for its perpetration could scarcely have been
selected.
Stay thy Hand!
To-morrow the Government purpose selling by auction a largo number of holdings on the Lower Fraser
for back taxes. In another article
we have given free expression to our
views upon the whole subject Many
of these holdings lie in the flooded
settlements, and the owners have, by
what may he regarded as a public
calamity, been rendered utterly helpless—have, in fact, been ruined. In
view of all the circumstances, we
now ask the Government to stay
their, hand, or, at the very least, let
such holdings as are under water be
exempt from the operations of the
Shylock measure. This is not much
to nsk. The amounts are not large;
but the smallest amounts are now
unfortunately too much for some of
these settlers to pay; and it would
be a burning shame to sell their
desolated homesteads for usurious
taxes.
UOTIOE.
A LICENSING COURT WILL BE
held at Granville on the 15th lust,
for the issue of liquor licenses for Burrard Inlet
B. SPRINGKlt,  J. P.
RICHD. H. ALEXANDER, ,T. P.
Juno 8, 1882. jnlO
NOW or NEVER
THE FLOATING PHOTOGRAPHIC
Gallery will remain only a few days
longer. Those who havo work will please
calf and get it. jn7
"tenders
WILL BE RECEIVED   UP   TO
Noon of the tilth inst, for the
supplying of Ment and Vegetables to the
Royal Columbian Hospital  to the 1st
April, 1883.
Tenders to bo sent to
W. H. KEARV,
Hon. Sec.
New West, Juno 0, 1882. jn7
Mcl^loticr
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that a Court of Revision will be
held at the Municipal Council Chambers,
on Satukday the 1.5th Day ok July,
1882, at V2 o'clock noon, for the purpose
of hearing complaints, if any, against the
Assessment Roll for the year 1882.
By Order,
JAMES ORR, C. M. C.
New Westminster, June 5, 18S2.       jn7
NOTICE.
HAVING CLOSED OUT THE
"Popular Market," I desire to
thank my numerous patrons for past
favors, and to notify all those whose
accounts nre still unpaid that an early
settlement is rendered absolutely necessary.
W. J. FRENCH.
New Westminster, June 2, 1882.       ju3
bTc. penitentiary.
TENDERS FOR THE UNDER,
mentioned Supplies will be received
by the Warden till noon on Thursday,
June Id:
Beef.. por lb.
Brend (brown)  "    "
"     (white)  "    "
*Brogans  "   pr.
■"Brooms  " doz.
*Blankets  "   pi*.
Coal Oil (best brand in the
market  " gal.
Coal  " ton.
•Syrup  " I. gal.
•Pepper  "   lb.
*Rice  "    "
•Soap  "    "
Salt (coarse).-.  " lOOlbs
Salt (fine)  "    "
•Tobacco  "  lb,
•Tea  "    "
•Vinegar  "I. gal.
' •Lamp Glassos  " doz.
Salmon (fresh)  "  lb,
Salmon (salt)   "    "
•Oatmeal  "    "
•Sugar  "    "
Tenders to be addressed to the Warden, nud to be on printed forms only,
which may be obtained at the Penitentiary.
Samples of articles marked * may be
seen on application at the Penitentiary.
ARTHUR H. MoBRIDE,
jn3-4t Warden B. C. Penitentiary.
GREAT SALE!
—OF—
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturer.*], embracing all
sizes, shapes and qualities.
GRAFTON   FARM I
Are you a martyr to headache T Suffer
no longer. A remedy is found in Burdock Blood Bitters, . It regulates the
Bowels, cleanses the system, allays nervous irritation and restores health and
vigor.   Sample bottle 10 cents.
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL OFFER
for sale by
PUBLIC      AUCTION
—ON—
Thursday, 6th July Next,
Nearly his WHOLE HERD of THOROUGH-BRED
SIIOBT-IIIM DURHAM CATTLE,
Comprising OVER TWENTY HEAD
of choice animals, Including 0 Bulls and
Bull Calves.
Catalogues with full pedigrees will
shortly be issued and forwarded by mail
to numerous parties, and furnished to
persons attending ou day of Sale.
A number of PURE-BRED
BERKSHIRE    PIGS
Will also be offered at same time.
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock noon.
Teiims—All sums under one hundred
dollars, cash; over that amount, one-half
cash at time of Sale, ami on balance four
months' credit will be given on being
furnished with approved endorsed notes
bearing interest at rate of ten per cent.
per annum.
JAMES T. STEELE.
Grafton Farm,
Spallumchcen, B.C, May 25, 1882.
(jn3-jyl)
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
—Importers sso Dealers in—
Books & Stationery,
FAKGY C00B8,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
South Side of Coiombh, St.,
New   Westminster, B. C.
Tlio largest ami best-selected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of British Columbia,
comprising History, Poetry, Biography,
Science, Fiction, and General Literature.
A full stock of the Seaside Library just
received, including the latest numbers.
School Books.
All tho authorized books for Public nnd
High Schools. Also, School Requisites
in great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing'materials, eto,
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very complete, and
as the goods have been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable
tenns, prices will compare favorably with
those of any other establishment in the
Province. Foolscap Papers, Letter Papers, Note Papers, Bill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, and other Papera. Some beautiful
designs in Fancy Note Papera from London nnd Paris. An immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colors and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A very largo variety of Fnnoy Goods always on hand, to which additions arc being constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A very largo and complete stock of miscellaneous articles such as arc usually
found in a stationery establishment.
Spectacles, Eye-Gins set)
Pluj'lng Ciuds, VlHlHngCnrilii,
UtiHtix-HN Card***! Curd Ihi-hi-iI,
Cnril Oases,   Vases, Games-
Inks of all kinds,
Inkitnnrii—plain and ftmcy,
Photo. Album*., Pictures,
Autograph.  Albums,   Toys,
Scrap Rook*, Purses,
Writing D<Kkn, Gold Pens,
Ladles' Work Baskets,
Gentlemen's Drestelug Cases,
SpllnlH) Velvet Frames, toe., toe.
Pianos & Organs.
Having made unusually favorable arrangements with some of tho leading Piano
makers in Boston, New York, Balti
more, and elsewhere, we are able to offer a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at little moro than has heretofore been
asked for a very inferior instrument. We
have the exclusive agency in this Province
for the fine Pianos manufactured by Henry F. Miller, of Boston. A number of
these Pianos, imported by us, arc now iu
this city, and they nre undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRICE
ever bronght into this country. Wo nre
also agents for the Knnbc Pianos, the
Stcinwny, tbo Weber, the Decker, and
others, any ono of which we can supply on
the most favorable terms. We nre agents
in this province for the Bom I tl IOil 0 rgftll
€0*8. Organs {of Bowiriaiiville, Ont.), and
W. Bell & Co-h. Organs (of Guelph,
Out.), nnd the leading American Organs.
Persons Intending to Purchase
a Piano or Organ of any kind, Canadian,
American or European, will find it to their
advantage to communicate with us.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOB
sale a few very fine seed potatoes,
of the varieties known as "Early Rose"
and "Late Rose." Price, 2 cents per
pound.
Apply to A. INNES,
ap!5 Langley.
WANTED:
A  GIRL   TO   DO   GENERAL
Housework.
Apply to   MRS. J. CUNNINGHAM.
Now Westminster, .Tunc 2, 1882.    jn3
Sheet Music.
The largest assortment of Vocal and Instrumental Music to bo found anywhere
on the Mainland. Solos, duets, trios,
quartettes, choruses, both secular and
sacred. A fino collection of tho very best
Piano Solos, carefully selected by some of
the best pianists in tho east. Sheet music
sold at New York prices.
Music  Books.
Always on hand, a good assortment of
Instruction Books for Piano, Organ, Violin, etc Tho new and enlarged edition
of Richardson's Piano Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music books,
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
in stock will be ordered promptly.
HOUSE
Insurance.
We arc agents for tho North British
AND MEllCANTILK FlRB INSURANCE Co.;
Capital, -$10,000,000 ; Losses paid, 42.1,-
000,000. Also, tho Confederation Like
Association, offering the lowest rates on
tho best security of any company doing
business iu Canada.
T. R. PEARSON & CO,,
Columbia et. (between 0. O. Uojor's nnd James
Cunningham'*.),
New Westminster, B. C.
COMPLETE
1 ail
GOODS!
Consisting' op
Brocaded Silks and
Satins, in all shades,
New Ombre Trimmings,
Black & Colored Cashmeres k Merinoes,
New French Satin
Merveilleux,
Black & Colored Velveteens,
Athol Glaces,   in  all
shades,
Black Paramatta
Cloths, &c, &c,
Oatmeal, Niagara,
Lace Stripes, Foulards,   Momies,  and
other Cloths,
White  and  Colored
Piques, i" all the newest styles,
India, Mull, Nainsooks, & Swiss Muslins, Lace and Muslin Curtains,
New Neck Eufflings,
Silk Scarfs, Fichus,
Chenille   Necklets,
Latest   styles   in    Silk
Handkerchiefs, Silk
Cords and Tassels, in
all shades,
GLOVES,
Jerseys, in Black, Silk and
Lisle, in all shades,
The New Laced Kid Gloves,
A fine assortment of Feathers Flowers, Ribbons, and New Mil-
lineryTrimmings,
A good line of Hosiery,
A large stock of Men's and
Boys' Straw Hats,
Men's and Boys'Clothing
TRAPP
BROTHERS,
SUCCESSORS TO
R. W. DEANE a CO.
HILL1XEBY & DBESSIAKIXfi
DONE ON  THE  PREMISES IN
THE LATEST  STYLES.
WE HAVE GREAT
pleasure in announcing the arrival of our first
lot of
New Goods!
From England and the East,
which we hnve just received
as follows:
Per steamer "VICTORIA,"
78 CASES;
Per steamer "G.W. ELDER,"
15 CASES;
Per sailing vessel "YUCA,"
6 CASES;
Making a Grand 1 otal of
NINETY-NINE GASES
Of NEW GOODS, consisting of
STAPLE & FANCY
DRY GOODS,
MEN'S tt, BOYS'
CLOTHING,
Men's & Boys'Hats,
(IN STRAW & FELT),
CARPETS,
TULJLTIS,
FLOOR CLOTHS,
HARDWARE,
toe,   toe.
M
1861.  1882.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
Cor. Columbia & Mar)' Sts.
TUB
COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR, after 21 years of mercantile life in this City, begs
leave to report to his'numerous Patrons tlmt his Business
is prosperous and the outlook
for the future is bright. We
hope to do a big trade during
the present year. We have
now in stock a complete assortment of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
With some heavy shipments
on the way from the Eastern
Markets, We are buying
for Cash, getting large discounts, which enables us to
sell at much lower rates than
formerly. We are determined to keep the Columbia
House to Ihe front, making
it, as it has been for years,
the leading mercantile House
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that we
can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any other
House in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer.
These Goods we arc now
opening.
COME AND SEE THEM
As we intend selling at Bed-
Rock Prices for Cash, as we
have still larger consignments
to arrive.
Our stock is now as complete as any in town, and
our prices the lowest.
Further particulars next
week.
TRAPP BROS.
Now West., Feb. S. 1SS2.
fell
FASHIONABLE
rm
DRESS-MAKING!
OPP. MK. lUNm'GHAM'S,
Columbia St., New West.
rPHK UNDKRSIGNKD TAKES
I pleasure in announcing to tlie Laities of New Westminster and surround-
ing country that she has received and
opened ont a tine assortment of tho Newest and most Fashionable Goods from
Sim Francisco und Kastcrn Markets, and
she in now prepared to oxcento all orders
in Millinery and Dressmaking with
promptness and caro. The latest Fashions
always on hand. Fancy Goods of beautiful design and workmanship. No pains
will be snared to satisfy customers. AU
arc eordiully invited to call and examine
our goods and fashions. aplfi
MRS. D. A. MACDONALU.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA,
In tlie Goods of GEORGE GARRYPIE, Deceased.
ALL PARTIES WHO HAVE
claim* against the said Qoorgo
Garrypiq are hereby required to file their
claims properly verified in the office of
the District Registrar of tlie Supremo
Court at Now Westminster, on or before
12 o'clock noon on Saturday the 1st day
of July; 1882; ami all persons indebted
to the said George Garrypie, deceased,
are required to pay same into the said
Registrar on or before 12 o'clock noon ou
Saturday, 1st July, 1883.
111th May, 1882.
B. A. JUNKS,
D. R. 8. C„ N. \V.
"|V. NoilMAS BoLK,
Solicitor for the Administrator,
iny20 New Westminster.
$250 REWARD!
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE
paid by tho undersigned for such
information as will lead to the convic.
tion of the party or parties who, on Sunday the 21st May last, started fires on
Suburban Lot 1, Block 12 (west of Dong-
las street cemetery), and on the ridge in
tlio rear of Sappcrton, whereby a forge
quantity of conlwood and other property
wns destroyed,
HENRY ELLIOTT,
JOSEPH WI8E.
New West, June U, 1882. jri-lm
"REWARD!
ON 28TH   INST.,  3 CHINAMEN
were drowned at Lytton.   $10 will
bo paid for tho recovery of each body.
.   SPUZZTJM CHARLEY,
Or KWONCLEEftCO.,. Yala.
my311tn tite $rittrii Columbian.
WnUMday MornlnR, Jnse 14, 1
iPABSENOKJlS.
Per it-jamer KNTKKPUISK. from Vlcturln,
Jnn* 1*1—Mrs M-iegoo, Mrs Young, Mm. Illxhoji,
Mm Hoary. Mrs IlarllnK. MIm irvliis, Mesr-rr* 0
b Sword. W NBolo, TWcatR-tnlt, Jamioo-Jtt, M
fcnulUh, Young, Itelder, Clurku*.
Pir iteamir V?ILLlAM IRVtNt). tV.uA Yalo,
June 12—Mrn McOutchenn, Mm lllllmli'-iiix, Mm
Burnet, Mourn Mi.yni.nl, Ornwford, Itofld, tJhrt*i.
i-nun, Ilarki.r*-],, Omlion, Bnrtwr Vcd-lur, Smith,
Wlliotii TWddlnr, FnldlttK, Wlltet, Spencer,
Drowu, SWltter, Lswimn, and 15 othera.
MARRIED.
it th> rcildenee of the fUlier of the bride, on
the 50th ult., by the lt«v. BroJ. Cheppull, William UTlnfttono, ofCllntr.il, tn {.lien v., daughter of Jfunw Dren, of Savons Ferry,
At the renldence of Ihe futher of the bride, nil
the Ut .Mt,, by the mine, Clnrluj Newklrk to
Sophia, duufhter of William Voglit, all «r Nicola
Valley.
tn thteclty, on thelOth innt., JatnnO'N'ell, ft
native of BucklngliamT Ontario, aged about 60
yean.
9f Ontario eichangen plume copy.
J. A. B. Homer will be a cunrtl
date for (he representation of New
Westminster District In the House
of Commons, at the approaching
election.	
Beef fifteen cents a pound.
Ripe cherries are coming in now.
The Licensing Court meets at noon
to-day.
The steamer R. P. Rithet is expect-
ad up on Saturday.
a Spring salmon are waiting outside
till the flood abates.
Delicious strawberries are now in
rapply in this market.
Messrs. Moore & Co.'s ndvertismont
"•/ill appear on Saturday.
The City Council have appointed
Dr. Sivewright Health Officer.
The writs for the Dominion election
•cached Victoria from Ottawa on Saturday.
It is understood that Hon. Mr. O'Con-
tor will be raised to the Canadian
Bench.
There was every indication nf the
vator in the river" being higher than
tver last night.
Sheriff Morrison received the writs
rom Ottawa for the Dominion elec-
ions last evening.
We learn that Mr. Hett of Victoria
las received the appointment of acting
Utorney -General.
The Rithet will not tafce the loon-
tiotivo "Now Westminster" up till the
niter gets lower.
In Nova Scotia the provincial eloc*
ions will be held on the same day as
he Dominion elections.
The Bonanza, in tow of the Etta
Vhito, arrived last evening with a
urgo of building stone.
Mr. Ilunster is to be up before the
fiotoria Police Court to-day fur- as-
aulting the Inland Revenue Officer!
The steamer Enterprise, Capt. flar-
iner, arrived from Victoria at 5:50
mt evening, with freight and passen-
;ers.
The Swmomish flats (Washington
'orritory) are all under water—eati-
mted damage, one hundred thousand
ollars.
Mr. W. 0. Siffken, of Victoria, has
btaiued a patent from the United
tates Government for an artificial fuel
iscovery. '
The Kootenay mall service via Hnpo
as been discontinued. The mails will
ow go by the way of Washington
'erritorj*.
Rev. It. H. Smith preached bis faro-
'ell sermon at the First Presbyterian
liurcli, Pandora.street, Victoria, Sun-
ay evening.
Mr. Rufui Stephenson, M, P. for
'•nt, has bien appointed Inspector of
(.Ionization and Crown lands in the
forth-W-Mk .
According to the latest news, Haitian
.y at Toronto dangerously ill, and
ould not in nny case be able to row
ie match at Winnipeg.
A ten-year old boy in Minnesota
as recently lynched for murder,
riten surrounded by the lynchers he
(claimed "Boys, this is rough.11
The steamers R. P. Rithet and Wm.
■ving returned from Emory on Monty evening. The former left fur
ietoria early yesterday morning.
The ladies' saloon of the steamer
, P. Rithet has been furnished with
very fine piano from the establishment of T. 11. Pearson it Co., of this
iy.
The committee appointed to collect
inds for Dominion Day celebration
iinmcnced yesterday afternoon and
ire meeting with very encouraging
icceis.
V ben the news of Bourke's death
■suited -London his brother wont into
ie lobby nf the houso of Commons
id accused Parnell and Biggnr uf be-
g the cause.
The damage done by the flood in
e Chilliwhack and Sumas. settlo-
•nts is estimated at $100,000. Tho
nsequential damage will probably
ach half a million.
The R. P. Rithet. Capt. Irving, arret! from Victoria on Saturday even-
g, having on board a number of pas-
ngers ond 570 Chinamen for the C.
R. works. About midnight sho left
r up-river.
The Agent here is still without ad-
cei as to the movements of the steam-
ip Victoria. There was a rumor to
• effect that she had gone to Port-
ad, but it could not be traced to a
liable source.
The two morning papers published
Victoria are calling each other
3rit" for bard. They shouldn't do
at. If the "Grits" were to return to
iwer both of those papers would claim
be their organs.
It is said that ex-Premier A. O.
liott has been appointed undor the
ovisions of. the Railway Act, Sti-
mdiary Magistrate for Yalo by the
■minion Government. Mr. Elliott
is stipendiary Magistrate at Yale in i
.•*iii.*^^M.^^MHMMMMM<*M
Mr. Aikens and Mr. O'Connor have
retired from the Dominion Cabinet
and have been succeeded' by Mr. John
darling and Mr. John Coatigan, tbe
fohner taking the Postmaster-Generalship and the latter Inland Revenue.
Iu Manitoba the Dominion election
nominations take place on the 27th
inst. and the polling on the 4th prox.
In British Columbia the time will bo
fixed by tho Returning Officers in each
District according to circumstances,
A Winnipeg dispatch says Mr.
Stephen-. President of the" C. P. R7
Company, expresses himself disgusted,
with the management of his American
railway officials, and it Is thought
Canadians may have a chance after all.
The steamer Gem has been undergoing repairs ond will probably be
ready Cor service on Saturday. She
is owned by Capt. Millard, and will
be employed in jobbing about amongst
the settlements and points of railway
work on the river.
The City Council nro taking up important matters. It is most fitting
that they should look after tho interests of tho city in respect of the mail
service between Victoria nnd hero and
the proper marking of the channel at
the Sand-heads.
Work on tbo Port Moody road iB
progressing satisfactorily, 'the working party under Mr. Holmes has
reached a point more than half way
out, while Mr. Mncuamarn with his
gang is doing good work on this side
of the Brunette bridge.
Orders having boon given for tho
immediate completion of the rail contract, tho Western Slope in now engaged in moving the steel vails from
Esquimalt to Port Haney. She wont
up on Sunday evening with a load,
passing down again on Monday.
The water Was up to within 2.V foot
of the Alexandria suspension Bridge
the other day and some drift wood
lodged against it. Fearing the structure might go, Mr. Otidordonk sot a
gang of mon at work to remove tho
flooring, thereby lightening thu bridge.
Mr. F. Braun, who has ro long and
efficiently discharged the duties of
Chief Clork in thu Public Works Do-
partmoiit, and moro recently iu that
of Railway.*., has boon superannuated,
bis placo being tilled hy Mr. Bradley,
formerly private secretary to Sit
Charles Tupper.
Evils of Exaggeration.
In an account of the present Fraser
rivor freshet which appeared in a local
print on Saturday tlie following passage
occurred:—"It iB melancholy to view
the long moving panorama in the river,
pig pen with a living pig in it, carcases
of drowned cows, portions of haystacks, platforms with huge quantities
of cordwood upon them and a vast
variety of other articles from a farm,
and interspersed with drift in great
masses—sometimes largo entire trees,
passing in dismal procession, to bo
heaped up on the islands of the dolta
or to be scattered on the rocky shores
of Gulf of Georgia." Wo are Borry to
have to admit that, in the present instance, tbe truth is bad enough; but
wo feel it a duty, and wo aro glad to
be able, to say that the above is gross
exaggeration. It is Worse. Iu order
to be sensational, the writer of the
extract hns been absolutely Untruthful.
It is just this kind of seiiBiitionul trash
that is greedily republished, and it is
difficult to estimate the amount of
positive mischief such writing may do.
who that reads such n description is
likely to seek a borne on the banks of
tho Frasor? Fortunately, however, tho
sheet iu which it appeared is seen by
very few and read by still fewer.
Tub Colonial Mixstrkls. — This
popular trotipo will give entortain
moots at tho. Theatre Royal in this
city oiii Friday and Saturday evenings
next. Admission: front seals $1.00,
hack seats 00 uts. *
MorkPowehWantki).—Ori Monday
evening tho tug Beaver came into port,
and telegraphed for the tug Pilot to
come to hor aid in towing tbe Bonanza
(laden with stone for the now Dominion buildings) up front the mouth of
tho rivor.
 «*_—	
Coal Ixtbrksxs.— It is reported
that the Seattle coal mines are "petering nut," as all the coal mines in the
Puget Sound basin havo done. The
inevitable tendency of tins must be to
enhance tho value of that class of property in this country.
Launch ok tub Adelaide.—Capt.
Meyers' new steamer Adelaido, built at
the lower ond of this city, was successfully launched last evening. The interesting ceremony of christening was
performed vory nicely by Miss Emily
Howay, with a beautifully garlanded
bottle of champagne.
Personal.— F. J. Barnard, Esq.,
M. P. for Yale District, passed up on
Saturday night. It was Mr. Barnard's
intention to visit his constituents, but,
owing to tbo flooding of tho wagon
road, it is doubtful whether be will go
farther than Yale just now. He is
looking quite himself again, and is
good trim for a campaign, should ho
bo opposed, which, however, atoms
improbable.
A Likely Lot,—The 670 ooolics
brought up by the R. P, Rithet on
Saturday wore tbo most likely looking
chattels of the kind yet imported.
Fine stalwart well limbed fellows,
many of them measured six feet from
end to end. But after all thoy arc
only rice-eating slaves, and nothing
more. * Each of thorn represents nt
least one thousand dollar*- taken from
the country's wealth.
Running Against Time.—It appears that Mr. Angus Fraser has mado
a wager of $200, that his black* horse
will travel from Mr. Mannioirs Hotel,
Granville, to tbo Occident Hotel in
this City aud back again iu two hours.
Tho whole distance must bo in tho
neighbourhood of twenty-eight miles
and tlie rond is far from good, but ho
will accomplish it, nevertheless, although it may prove unpleasant for
the horse. Wo understand tho affair
will como off on the 1st prox.
Joiineeat Bhandon.—Wo clip tho
following from a late number of tho
Brandon Sun:—"The first representative John Chinaman smiled benignly
on us last Monday evening as tbo express rolled into tbo yard, and now
tho red man of tbe west and the almond-eyed celestial may meet on an
equal footing, where, but a few short
months ngo, the painted abnriginoe
paced the prairie unmolested by any
intruder on bis domains. On being
asked of his business plans John
grinned n killing grin quite too o'or
wholmiugly utter and ohatterod: "Mo
no kuoweu if mo wnshue. Mo likue
Meliuan maleo, in towneul Molicau
tualee .plonteo motioe but no rntee. '
WT. R. Pearson k Co, uro a cents for
tho Viotoria "Evening Post," for whieh
subscriptions are solicited.
far A lot of very beautiful Birthday
Cards just received at T. R. Pearson
A Cc.'b—Adv,
tar Leave your order for Sheet Music
and Music Books at T. ii. Pearson k Co. e
—Adv,
Tbe A. P. Rithet.
Thia splendid new steamer arrived
hero and took hor place iu the Pioneer
Lino on Saturday evening last, although tbe painters, gilders and upholsters were not quite done with her
The dimensions of tho steamer are:
length, 177 feet; breadth, :)3£ feet;
depth of hold, 6\ foot; registered ton-
n'age, 036 tons. " Perfect in lines and
model,she is finished and found in
every respect in first-class style. Tho
carving in tho saloons is elaborate and
ornate, whilo the upholstering, gilding
nnd general finish are simply gorgeous.
Tho stato-rooms aro spacious and convenient, provided witli luxurious spring
beds and fittings. In short, in the
perfection uf her Hues, the Completeness of her appointments, and the elegance of design aud finish, the li. P.
Rithet is truly a floating palace. She
is provided with the patent hydraulic
steering gear, and is brilliantly lighted
throughout with 'electricity, having
two powerful head-lights -placed in
huge reflectors. These lights shone
witli dazzling brilliancy as tho noble
steamer camo into our harbor on Saturday night, the New Westminster
Militia Baud, who were on board,
playing, a lively air. Tbe wharves
wero literally crowded with people who
went down to welcome Capt. Irving
and congratulate him upon this his
last great triumph in marine architecture,
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Who Is Responsible?
In 1859, James O'Nuil, of Buckingham, Ontario, canto to British Columbia. For some time an * 'honest miner,"
ho subsequently followed various avocations, and mure recently ho was employed on tho C. P. R. works. Some
time ngo he was taken vory sick and
nfter a protracted illness he came down
to this city by the stoamer Wm. Irving,
on Friday last, with the intention of
finding rest and proper nursing in the
Royal- Columbian Hospital—an institution towards the mninteuanco of
which ho had always cheerfully contributed his mite, whether iu tho form
of subscription or tax. Arriving nt 5
o'clock, ho spent four mortal hours iu
a fruitless effort to obtain admission
into nn institution whoso doors should
have swung bnck ou willing hinges to
receive him at the very first knock.
Utterly discouraged and overcome by
exhaustion consequent upon bis protracted illness, poor O'Nuil was found
lying on tho street in nu apparently
dying condition, a littlo after 9 o'clock,
nud conveyed by the Police officer to
tho gaol, whore he received such attention and nursing ns was possible under
the circtimstancos. On Saturday afternoon hu turned his fffce to tho wall uf
tho narrow coll and died! Ho expressed
a desire to see a priest, but before ono
could reach hiin he was dead! Beforo
death, however, ho told his sad, heartrending tale, remarking that he
thought it hard that ho should thus
have been refused admission tn an institution towards the support of which
ho hnd always boon willing to contribute according to bis means, and Baying with nil the emphasis bis condition
would admit of, "I have been treated
Uh a dog!" Now, wo cannot trust ourselves to comment upon tho cuso at
present. Wo have simply narrated tho
main facts as they camo to the writer's
knowledge, and wo now cnll upon the
Bonrd of Management of the Roynl
Columbian Hospital to "liso and explain." Tho public from tho gulf to
Barkerville havo n right to know, and
they shall know, who is responsible for
the unchristian, the inhuman treatment which, if it did not actually
cause death, most undoubtedly accelerated it.
The North-West Land Scheme.
According to tho Montreal Ilerahh
special despatch of tho 8th inst., the
scheme is not quite as gigantic as was
supposed. It snys:—"Tho land scheme
of the Duko of Manchester is now certain. Negotiations were closed to-day
with tho Canada Pacific syndicate for
live million acres in sections running
from Brandon to the oastern boundary
of British Columbia, with nn interest
in nil town sites laid out by iho rail-
rond company; price 82.70 por acre.
The scheme will be called thu Canadian
Northwest Land Company, capital
315,000,000. Half tho stock is taken
already in Toronto, 82,500,000 was allotted to npplicimts in Montreal, and
the remainder will'bo raised in London and Edinburgh. Canada, England aud Scotland have each four
directors on tbo boards. The laud
wilt bo paid for in Canada Pacific
bonds purchased from tho bank nf
Montreal,"
Narrow Escape.
The steamer R. P. Rithet mot with
an accident on Sunday Inst whicli
might easily havo resulted most seriously. Whon in tbe swift and treacherous currents at Strawberry Island
(about the worst spot in the river at
high water) the rudder wiro rope on
tme side snapped in two, rendering tho
boat helpless in the hissing current.
With groat presence of mind, Capt,
Irving had tho anchor put out and
succeeded in bringing her up, whore
sho lay safely until the break could be
repaired. In drifting down, however,
overhanging trees carried away her
jaclc-statt' and did some little damage
to the upper works. Whon tbo tiller
rope gave way it caused the wheel to
spin round at a terrific rate, tbo handles dealing Capt. Irving some severe
blows, notwithstanding which, however, ho Was enabled to net with that
promptitude and presence of mind for
which ho is distinguished, thereby
doubtless saving the boat and perhaps
the 000 souls on board. Had tho
steamer been dashed against the rocks
of Strawberry Island, or had she
drifted on to tho "Sister" rock, a littlo
below, the consequences might indeed
have boen appalling. As it is thero
is abundant reason for thankfulness all round. Iu every other respect
we understand the Rithet behaved
splendidly.
—  ♦■ — ——
The Floods.
Tho news from above is both distressing nnd alarming.- Tho accounts
ns to tho relative height of tho water
ns compared with that of 1870 are conflicting, but there is no doubt that it
is now considerably higher, and it is
equally certain that it is proving much
more destructive. It is believed that
tho wagon road above Yalo is sustain
ing vory serious injury. Tho bridge
over Anderson river, nt Boston Bar
a strong and costly structure, has been
swept away, and tho water bad risen
so near to the Alexandria suspension
bridge ns tu cause it to be stripped as
a precautionnrymeasure. Manysmalh
bridges have been destroyed aud considerable damage litis been done to
railway embankments But it is iu
tlio vullqy of the Lower Fraser that
the flood has done its worst. In the
Chilliwhack, Sumas, ami other settlements there is utter ruin everywhere
on the lower lands. Crops arc destroyed, live stock in some instances is
perishing, nnd oven buildings are
wrecked, and some of tho settlers
havo been driven for refuge to their
less unfortunate neighbors or to tho
mountains. Everywhere ruin and
consternation reign. Aud the water
is still rising! The snows of the
mountains aro not yet exhausted. Tho
relentless Fraser still rolls on in ever
increasing volume, carrying ruin and
desolation aud dismay to the onco
happy fireside of many a Bottler. Aud
when shall tho ond be.' God only
knows!
City Council.
Council mot ou Monday evening.
Present—Tho Mnyor, and Councillors
Edmonds, Curtis, Johnston, and Cunningham.
Several communications wero road
nud disposed of.
Tho committee reported on water
tanks, recommending tlmt tho applications of Cunningham and others,
and Scoullar and others bu granted, on
certain conditions.
Tbe Board of Health reported tenders from Drs. Trow and Sivewright
for tbo position of Health Oflicer and
recommended tho appointment of tho
latter. Dr. Sivewright was appointed
accordingly.
The Revenue Bylaw was passed
through committee and got a final
rending. '
Tho Mayor appointed Councillors
Armstrong, Edmonds, and Mathers n
Public Cemetery Committee
Several changes were made in tho
personnel of various committees.
The City Solicitor was instructed to
defend in the action, "Briggs vs. tho
Corporation.''
Ou motion, Councillors Cunningham, Edmonds, and Armstrong wero
constituted a committee for tho purpose of enquiring into tho present condition of tho proposed light-house and
to ascertain if the buoys aro properly
placed to define the channel at the entrance of tbo river, and to report,
with a view to having the matter laid
beforo tho proper department, if
necessary.
On motion, Councillors Mathers,
Johnston, and Curtis woro appointed a
committee for the purposo of enquiring into tho manner in whicli thu mail
contract between this city and Victoria is being carried ont, and report,
with a view to having tho matter laid
before thu proper department, if necessary.
On motion, the Finance Commit.toe
were instructed to prepare a complete
report of tho affairs of tho municipality.
Ou motion, tho Clerk was instructed
to write out specifications and invite
tenders for tho construction of St.
John struct, from Queen's avenue to
Agnes ni root.
Council- adjourned fill Monday
evening.
With the Flood.
Cliilliwhack, June 7,18ft.
Tho whole valley is cuvorod with
water. Crops nro destroyed, bridges
washed awny, nnd tho madwavs block-
od with floating logs. Tho water is
higher than in 1870.
canoe accident.
On Juno 5, Subiston and Kitchen,
of Chilliwhack, woro passing up Gravelly Slough in n small canoo. While
crossing from ono side to tho otlior
opposite Jos. Miller's the canoe gave
a Blight lurch which caused Sabistun
to lose his Imlanco and onset i tho
canoe. Both men got hold of the tip-
turned canoo, but twice she turned
ovor, leaving thorn in,tho water. The
third time thoy were successful, Kitchen gripping the stern of the cnuuo
with his knees, which kopt hia body
from tho breast upwards out of wntor,
and Sabiston resting his stomach on
the bottom of the canoo just tn front
of him. In this way they drifted
about 1\ miles when they secured one
of the floating paddles, with which thoy
managed to got nearer tho bank. Kitchen caught an overhanging nldor
branch (Uld tried to swing tho canoe to
tho ban lit but having but a slight, hold1,
and legs benumbed, thu canoe dragged
from hiin. Succeeding In gottiifg* hold
of a substantial limb of tho tree, he
climbed into the trunk nnd readied
the bank thorough/ chilled. Sabiston
driftod about li miles further and
reached a pile pf drift timber, when
ho was found by Indi-i.is sent, (n search
of him. Jas. Miller and John Bell,
who heard the call for help, followed
the road for nearly half a mile, but,
seeing what they took to bo "two
Si washes on a log," they returned to
tho bouse. They hnd a canoe tied
within 00 yards of where tho upset
occurred.—Com.
Communication
s.
Outrageous if True.
Editor CoU'miiian,—It is currently
reported on tho street to-day that on
Saturday last a poor man who hns boon
many years in thu country, was brought
down by ono of tho up-river steamers,
in an exceedingly delicate statu of
health; it is snid chronic diarrhea or
dysontry. However, bo that what it
may, lhe poor man wns very ill. Application was made to one of the Royal
Columbian Hospital Board, and an
order for his admission to that institution given, subject to tho approval of
ono of tho attending physicians. Ou
presenting said order to ono of ths
physicians, it was signed by him, and
for some reason known, I presume, to
himself only, ho revokod and destroyed the order. Consequently the poor
fellow was loft to lie and diu on our public street. However, it appears he was
ultimately conveyed to the jail, whether
by tho order of the physician or not,
1 am not prepared to say; but it is
said that, when at the jail, he implored
to bo taken to some placo whore he
could die like a Christian. The poor
fellow said, that having lived twenty
years in the country, nnd havincr contributed to the very Institution to
which ho was now refused admission,
he did not like the idea of dying in a
jail. However, his pleadings wero nil
iu vain, for he did die in jail, though
perhaps a bettor nnd more deserving
man than the ouo who refused him admission to the Hospital.
Now, Sir, permit me to ask, nro
those reports true? Who aro tho
Hospital Hoard? Whore nre thoy ?—
to allow Biich conduct on the part of
ono of their officers. But I think
thero must be some mistake; if thero
be no mistake, tho affair is a blotch
on tho name of Christianity and should
cause a blush of shame to overspread
tho features of ovory one who is in
any way concerned in the matter.
Pray du lot tho public know the truth.
W. D. Ferris.
Now West., 12th June, 1882.
British Columbia Agency of Toronto
Safe and Lock Works, J. & J.
Taylor, Proprietors.
Tliose celebrated safes are made from
heavier iron, weighing 20 per cent, more,
nud have all tlie modem improvements of
the best American Fire ntid Burglar Safes,
including the Sargent fjrccnleaf Dial
Lock. Being of Canadian manufacture,
they are duty free, and obnseqltehtly can
be sold cheaper than either Kttglisli or
American Safes.
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes nnd quality- at
prices ranging from one hundred to throe
thousand dollars.
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to tlie agents for
British Columbia.
no2   M. W. Waitt k Co., Victoria,
Erysipelas, Scrofula. Salt Rheum,
Eruptions, und nil diseases of the skin
and blood are promptly cured by Burdock Blood Bitters. It purges nil foul
humors from the system, imparting
strength aud vigor at the same time.
Bi.rfi Vitriol—Genuine English—For
dressing wheat to prevent the smut.
Send to LANiii.FiV k Co., Victoria. Also,
for Kale—celebrated Condition Powders
ami Driffield's Black Oils. Both these
should bo in every stable. mh*2fl
Thousands suffer untold miseries from
Nervous Weakness, pain in the bnck,
and other disti-csaim** symptoms arising
from disordered Kidneys. \ Burdock
Blood Bitters is the SovcreigiijJemedy.
Trial bottles 10 cents.
it-iT Wc have just received from England
direct a fine lino of Fishing Tackle, comprising il splendid assortment of Flics
made expressly for this country, ami to
which the finest trout will rise.—T. R.
Pciirsou & Co.
A common, aud often fatal, disease Is
Jaundice.' Regulate the action of the
Diver, and cleanse the blood with Blir*
dOCk Itlood IllftCTMndtheworstcase
may be speedily cured.
fl^.Now unpacking at Jas. Ellard &
Co.'s, the latest fashions for 1882 in
Ladies! and Children's Straw Hats, Millinery, Luces, &o.    Cull and examine.
*taT T. R. Pearson & Co. have just received direct from the manufactories in
Ontario a heavy invoice of of Stationery,
including Letter-presses, -fee.
Pacific Coast Steamship Do's
STEAMER
VICTORIA
CAPT.  PLUMMER,
WILL SAIL FROM SAN FRAN*
eisco for New Westminster on
or iibout
JIOMUV,   r.lli   JIM:,   1881.
RKTUENINd-Will sail from New
Westminster for Shii Francisco ou or
about SATURDAY, IOtii JUNE.
For fates of Freight nnd Passage?
apply to
G00DALL, 1'KllKINS 4 CO.,
San Francisco,
Or to   ,I.*A, JI. HOMfelti   Agent,
mhlS New Westminster,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C.
Tlie Only lire-Proof Hotel
in tlie City.
THE CULISM DfPABTIHf
IS UNDER THU CHAllOE OF Art
I3XPKRIEXCUD ARTIST.
NOTICE TO FISHERMEN
AND OTHERS.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT
tho curing of Salmon Bellies,
apart from the Bncks, is not allowahle,
unless the remainder of the Fish be utilized for food, cither hy salting or otherwise.
ALEX. C. ANDERSON,
Inspector of Fisheries.
New Westminster,
30th May, 1882. my3Mm
Langley council.
Council met at the usual place on Saturday, June 3, nt 1:30 p. m. Present—
Councillors McKce, Johnson, Mclvcrand
Houston. In the absence of the Reeve
Councillor Houston took the chair.
A communlcntion was received from
the Attoruey-Cencrnl, enclosing copy of
the notice gazetting the line between
Messrs, Wnrk nnd Coiilthard's farms.
On motion, Council resolved to take no
further notion In the mutter at present.
The reports oF the Hoard of Works on
tho different roads wore then received,
nnd tlio following appropriations made:
—Trunk Road, *?4(M1* Norm Rond, 940;
Medd's Road, 830; McAdam'tj Road, §50;
Cemetery Rond, So0; Jolly's Road, -SHO;
Black's Rond, $20; MoAnghan'a Road,
§15; Friwer's Road, §2.").
Tho Bonrd of Works were instructed
to prepare specifications for the above
flda against next mooting.
Council then adjourned until Saturday,
June 17.
The Yorktown Celebration.
A Funny Scene tn Congress.
McCook called attention to tho
clause appropriating $32,32$ to meet
liabilities incurred by tho Yorktown
ceutouniul commission, and he said ho
would liko to have somo explanation
of the cause of tha large delicioncy.
tlolmrtu, of Indiana, raised a point
of order against tho clause Overruled by tho chair.
Cobb, of Indiana, opposed the appropriation, and ueut to tho clerk's
desk to havo read a bill for wine, otc,
used in entertaining the French guests.
Tho total amount of tho bill is $0,528;
including an item of J 30 enses of
champagne, 83,000, ono of 07 gallons
of whiskey, 22 dozen sherry, 15 gallons
of brandy, and $250 worth of cigars.
Diugloy, of Maine, read a dispatch
charging that on the boat upon which
tho guests hnd been taken to Yorktown
a bur had been kept freo to all,
Tucker, of Virginia: "If wo should
lot a Frenchman drink alone without
drinking his health, wo would bo
blackguards and not gentlemen.
(Lniighter and applause.)
Robinson, of Now York: "Tho
celebration was turned into a British
saturnalia, and tho flag wo thought
buried from memory in the timo of
Coruwallis wns dug up nnd put in tho
plueo. in which tho American flag
ought to havo wavod, anu* to do that
tho Government was run into debt
§33,000."
After some further debate, in which
it was disclosed the bill had already
boen paid, Cobb moved to strike out
the clauso.   llejected.
BY-LAW.
Why sailer from fndlgcstion und Dyspepsia whon Burdock Blood Bitter.** will
noaftivoly cure these ailments? A trial
Iiottlo only costs 10 cents.
W If yon want n ilrst-clnss Pinno nr
Organ, go to T. R. Pearson k Co.'s. The
best Pianos for tlie money iu the Pro
vince.-—Auv.
Just received nt T. R. Pearson k Co.'s,
a largo stock of School Bookn, including
a complete lino tif Copy Books, Infest
edition.
!far POUT MOODY.-Plans of tho
now Town Site for salo nt T. H. Poar-
ran & Co's., $1.00 one]..— Adv.
A BY-LAW TO ENABLE THK CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OK CHILLIWHACK TO
RAISE THE SUM OF FOUR THOUSAND HOLLARS FOR THE PUR-
POSES THEREIN SET FORTH.
VirHEREAS THE MUNICIPAL
\ \ Council of the Municipality of
Chilliwhack hns resolved to raise n'sniii
of §3,400 for tho purpose of extending,
making uud repairing roads nnd bridges,
nnd :?liOl) towards building Town Hull,
nnd in order to do so will rapiire the sum
of $-1,000 to be. obtained hi the manner
hereiliuftei recited;
And whereas it will require the sum of
5-U.3 to bo raised iunniully by special
rate for the payment of the said debt nud
interest ns is hereinafter mentioned;
And wliercius the amount of the whole
ratable property of the snid Municipality
according to the lust revised assessment
roll, being for tlio yours ISSOuud 1881,
was $100,000, irrespective of any future
increase of the ratable property of the
Mituieipnlity mid of any income in the
nature of tolln, interest, or dividends
from the work, nnd nlso irrespective of
any income from the temporary investment of tin- Milking fund or uny part
thereof;
And whereas for paying the interest
and creating a sinking fund for paying
the snid principal sum of $1,000 and
interest as hereinafter mentioned, it will
require an equal niuuinl special rate of
one-half of one per cent, in the dollar;
Re it tjikheforb enacted by the
Reeve nnd Council of the Municipality of
Chilliwhack:
1. That it shall he lawful for the
Reeve and Council of the Municipality
of Chilliwhack to raise by way of Loan
from any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate who may he willing to
advance the same upon tho credit of the
Debentures hereinafter mentioned, a sum
of money uot exceeding in the whole tli
sum of .*? 1,000, nnd to cause the same to
be paid into the hands of the Treasurer
of the s-tid municipality for tho purposes
nnd Willi the object above luentionnd;
2. That it shall ho lawful for the said
Reeve and Council to cause nny number
of Debenture-*) to be made for such sums
of money us mny 1)6 required, not less
thnn $100 OOCh, und that the said Uebeu-
tures shall lie sealed with the seal of the
said Municipality of Chilliwhack, and lie
signed by the said Reeve;
3. That the said Debentures shall be
made payable in eighteen 'years at furthest [rom the day hereinafter mentioned for tills BylflW  to take effect, at
the municipal treasury of the said Cor-
'mrnttou of Chilliwhuek, and tOial) have
attached to thorn coupons for the puy-
ment of interest;
■t. Tlmt the said Debeiiluii\s shall bear
interest at and after tho rate of six per
cent, per annum from the date thereof,
which interest shall be payable annually
at the municipal treasury of the said
Corporation of Chilliwhack;
fi. Tliat for the purpose of forming a
finking fund for tho pnymentof the snid
Debentures"and the interest nt therilto
aforesaid   to become   due thereon, an
eqiml special rate of oiic-hulf of one per
cent, in the dollar shall in addition to nll
other rates be raised, levied and collected in ouch year upon all ratable property
In the said municipal ity during the con-
timiahCO of the said Debentures or any
of thein;
II. It shall bo lawful for the said Municipal Council from time to time to pitr-
olin«] any of the snid Debentures from
persons desirous of selling the same; and
all the Debentures so rc-purchnsed shall
lie forthwith cancelled and destroyed
and no reissue of the Debentures shall
lie mnde in consequence of such re-purchase;
7. Tlmt this Bylaw shall take effect
and come into operation upon the First
day of July A. D. 1882,
8. This Bylaw mny bo cited for all
purposes an tho "Roads, Bridges .uid
Town Hall Loan Bylaw, 1882-'' '   mjfll
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that hfe
has purchased the abovo Hotel, where
everything will be found first-class, flnfl
at reasonable rates.
Tho Parlors und Sleeping Apart-
HHMlfS are under  the superintendence
of Mrs. HowjsosJ
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Privaie Parties.  -
A Private Itcftdhig Room* commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papera, is
provided* for the use of guests.
TI€S   BAB
Is supplied with tlio choicest brands of
Wines, Lujcoiis, Cioaks, kc.
s. w. HOWISON,
PuoruiKTon.
C0LUM3IA STREET,
Next Door Soutli of Colonial
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
HAS
ALWAYS    ON    HAND   A
'VARIED STOCK Ol'
MERCHANDISE
Groceries,'
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Crockery,
Glassware,
&c, &c.
JUST IUSOKtVTO-A COMPLETE
STOCK OF
MILLINERY GOODS
Including Novelties in Fuhoy Straw
Unln   nnd   Uoiincts,   Flowers,
Feathers, Luces, Plain nnd
Shaded Watered Ribbons,
Putins, Colored Velvets, Velveteens,
and Plush.
NEW DESIGNS in TIES & RUFFLES
HATS AND   BONNETS
Mado and trimmed, and satisfaction
guaranteed.
BERLIN and ZEPHYR WOOLS.
IjgfTAIl Gooils roMuIi reasonable
rules.   Call and inspect our stock.
WM. RAE,
ap22 Cowlrau Streki, ©tu* §toi'[)-.
KITH AND KIN.
(Cotitinnuu,)
Judith wondered whether ho woro
saying these things on purpose to try
her to the utmost. She was glad that
nt that moment she perceived, on
. looking at tho clock, that sho had only
a few minutes in wliich to get ready,
if she were to set off nt the time sho
had appointed with Delphine. Making
this an excuse, she rose.
"Aro you walking 1" ho asked. "I
am sure you ought not to walk so far."
"Oh, thank you, I have been accustomed to it all my life," said she, going
out of tho room, and slowly ascending
the stairs."
"Child, you look quite flushed,"
cried her mother. "What have you
been doing? Quarrelling with Mr, Aglionby J"
"No, mother. It would ho hard to
quarrel with Mr. Aglionby.    No one
eould be mors considerate Hut I
wish we were at homo again. By the
way, he will not hear of your going
until the day after to-morrow."
"I shall bo very glad of another
day's rest.   I feel dreadfully weak."
Judith made no reply, but put on
her things and wont out, just as the
big clock on the stairs notified that it
was half-past two—that is, it said half-
past three, as is tho habit of clocks
in country places—a habit which had
perfectly bewildered Boruard, who had
tried to got Mrs. Aveson to put it
back, but had been met by tho solemn
assurance that any such course would
result in the complete bouleversement
of all the existing domestic arrangements. Indeed, ho saw that the proposition excited unbounded alarm and
displeasure iu Mrs. Avesons mind,
and he had to admit that in a Yorkshire dale one must do as tho natives
do.
It was a fino afternoon. Judith
walked quickly along tho well known
road, and in her mind she kept seeing
Bemard's eyes directed to her face,
after her own hurried remark about
woman's petulance. She could not
satisfy herself as to what the look \
meant, and she sighed impatiently as
she tried to banish it from her mind.
At last she came to a dip iu tho
road, which, with its shade of overhanging trees, its quaint nestling old
houses and cottages, and tiny whitewashed Friends' Meeting House, was
known ns Countersett or Counterside.
Half way down the hill she saw something which banished egotistic reflections, and caused a smile to boak out
upon her face; a slim girl's figure, with
the shabby old gown, which yet always
looked graceful, and tho thick twists
of golden hair rolling from beneath
the ancient brown straw hat. That
was no unusual sight, and hor heart
leaped with joy as sho behold it; but
the figure with that figure—uot Rhoda's slender height, not hor audacious,
Irish-gray eyes aud defiantly smiling
young face—not a girl at all, but Randulf Danesdale. Surely thero was-
nothing to laugh at, the meeting was a
simple one enough; yet on the faces of
all three an they met thoro was a broad
irrepressible smile, which soon became
a hearty laugh. Instead of saying anything, tho throe stood still in tho
wooded road, and laughed loud aud
clear—light-hearted laughs. The young
people of the present day aro generally
too learned and careworn, too scientific or (Esthetic, to laugh very heartily;
but in some country districts there are
still left a few rustics who can nnd do
laugh loudly at nothing in particular.
It was Judith who first ceased to
laugh, and said:
"Why are we behaving so absurdly?
Surely there 1b nothing, to laugh at!"
"Yes, there is," Baid Delphine, her
golden-brown eyes dancing.    "Thore
is Mr. Danesdale to laugh at."
"Who is too happy to make himself
useful in any way," ho murmured.
"He hates walking. Coming up
this hill he has boon so exhausted,
that I am glad Sir Gabriel could not
aee his degenerate son, He came,
Judith—Mr. Danesdale presented himself at Yurosett House, and said you
had desired him to give your love, and
to say that ho was to stay for lunch,
and see that I set off nt half-past two,
as you had no trust at all in my punctuality, I thought it rather odd, but
allowed him to remain. And then he
said that part of his commission had
been to come with me until we met
you, as you know my habit of loitering
on tho wayside. Rhoda said she didn't
believe him, aud it was au insult.
What I want to know is, did he tell
the truth!"
Here the sound of wheels just behind them caused them to turn. Coming down the hill was a dog-cart, whieh
Bernard Aglionby was driving, his
man sitting behind him. His piercing
eyes glanced from one to tho other of
tho group, till thoy rested upon Judith.
Randulf and Judith rctuinod his salutation. Thon tho dog-cart flashed past,
and disappeared round a bend in the
road.
"Who is that 1*' asked Delphino, in
surprise.
"Our now cousin, Bernard Aglionby," responded Judith, in a sharp, dry
tone. At this juncture Randulf remarked that he would not detain them
any longer. Ho wished thorn good
afternoon, and took his way hack to
Yoresett.   The girls were loft alone.
Arm in arm thoy paced about thu
tiny square courtyard of the equally
tiny Friends' Meeting Houso before
alluded to.
"Weill" said Delphino, pressing her
lister's arm, with a quick excited
movement, which the other at onco ro-
mnrked, "what is it? I suppose you
would not ask me into that man's
house, and quite right, too. He looks
a stern, hard oreature, with his dark
face and frowning eyes. How has he
treated you?"
"Most kindly. His appenranco is a
little Against him, I think. But had
he known that I wished to soo you, he
would have offered to send a carriage
for you, I know. I think he has behaved admirably!"
"Really Jut You astonish mo! How
would you havo had him bohave ? Ho
has got all uncle Aglionby's money and
property. The least he could do was
to bohave with courtesy toward those
whom he had supplanted."
"Well, you know, whon the will
was read, mamma's behavior was really
enough  to try a saint, let alone a
young man with a sharp temper, as he
has.
"You seem to know all about his
temper very quickly."
"I've had opportunities, you seo."
Judith then told her sister all about
that most unpleasant scene, and her
mother's behavior throughout, and
how well, as she thought, Mr. Aglionby had behaved.
"You know I did feel inclined to
hate him. One does long sometimes
to be able to feel oneself an unqualified
victim and ihartyr. And I did then.
If I could have Bat down, aud on surveying my past life and future prospects, could have found that I had
been wronged and ill-used all along,
the victim of oppression and injustice,
I should have been positively glad,
because then I could have railed at
every ono and every thing, and refused
to be comforted. But you know, Del,
it is a fatal fact that thoro are almost
always two sides to a question."
"I don't seo how there can be another view of this question. Surely,
Judith, you will not try to make it
out to be a just will. If he had never
led us to expect—nevor cheated my
mother into the belief——'
"True, my dear. All that is true
on tho outside. But there is another
side to it, and a most miserable one,
for us. If what I think is true, it is
not we who have to complain. I can't
toll you what I think, until I am more
certain on one or two points. Delphine, I have something to tell you
that is not pleasant, 1 believe I am on
tho brink of a discovery; if I find my-
Bolf right, I shall tell you of it, and no
one else. Our life will then be still
loss smooth for us than it has been
hitherto, but mamma will make no further opposition to our working, if we
wish to do so." .
"You are vory mysterious, Judith."
"I know it must sound both odd
and unreasonable. Well, if, as I expect, I find myself right (I don't know
how I can speak so calmly of it, I am
sure), I shall then explain to you, and
I am absolutely certain of your agreeing with mo that it will be best, not
only for and you mo to go away and
try to find some work, but; for all of
us to leave Yoresett—sell our house,
go to a town and work—even if tho
work wero plain sewing or lodging-
house keeping."
"Judith!" exclaimed Delphine, and
thore was a tone of horror in her voice.
"You will own that I am not in the
habit of saying things without good
reason ?"
"Oh yes!"
"Thon think about this, dear. It
would be painful for many reasons to
leave Yoresett,"
"It would bo awful—ghastly," said
Delphine, with a shudder.
"Why, Del, that is a new view of
tho caso, from you," said hor sister,
suddenly, looking keenly at her. "You
always used to bo more ardent than
ovsnl was about it."
"Of course I should bo as willing as
over to go, if it were proved to be the
best thing. But we should miss so
many things, the freedom, the country
air, aud "
"Freedom and country air maybe
bought too dear," said Judith, with bo
sad and earnest a ring in her voice,
that Delphine was fain to acquiesce,
with a prolonged sigh of reluctance.
'"I will not toll you what I think,"
said Judith; "I will give myself time
to find out whether my conjecture is
wrong, and if bu I will indeed repent
toward the person whom I havo wronged, though Mr. Aglionby holds strange
views about repentance. But if I am
right, you and I, Del, will be glad to
hide our heads anywhere, so long as
it is far enough away from Yoresett."
Delphine made no answer to this.
Thero was a silence as they paced
about under the trees, now thinned of
their foliage, while the shriveled, scattered leaves rustled beneath their feet.
Scarce a bird chirped. The sun had
disappeared; tho sky was gray and sad.
The inhabitants of the hamlet of Counterside appeared to all be either asleep
or not at homo. Up and down tho little paved courtyard thoy paced, feeling
vaguely that this quiet and peace in
which thoy now stood, was not to last
forever, that the tiny square Friends'
Meeting House, where tho silence was
disturbed, it might bo once a week,
perhaps not so often, by a discourse,
or a text, or an impromptu prayer
from some Friend whom the spirit
moved to utterance of his thoughts,
that this was not the kind of arena in
which their life's battle was to be
fought. There was a lull, a momentary
pause. Delphino at last broke it by
saying:
"You say Mr. Aglionby has strange
notions about repentance—how do you
mean ?"
"Oh, it would take too long to ex-
plan. Wo wore talking together on
Sunday night—we had supper together "
"You had! Then you are not at daggers drawn?"
"Dear Delphine, no! If you had
buen placed as I havo been, you would
understand how it was impossible for
mo to remain at daggers drawn with
him, besides the disagreeablenoss of
such a state of things. Wo dined together to-day. He thinks his grandfathers will was very unjust and "
"Mr. Danesdale said ho was not
half bad," said Delphine reflectively.
"Then am Ito liko hiin, Ju?"
"How absurd!" cried Judith, in a
tono of irritation most unusual with
her. "As if you could like or disliko
a man whom you did not know. Ho
wishes to repair tho injustice if he can;
to got mamma's consent to some arrangement by wliich she should receive an allowance, or an income from
a chargo on the property—or whatever
thoy cnll it; I don't know whether it
do, I am suro."
"1 don't seo how it can be prevented, if mamma chooses to onter into
such an arrangement, Judith."
"Oh, I do, though.   I should pre-
vont it, if I thought it wrong."
"You, Judith!"
"Yes I, Dolphine. I thing I shall
have to prevent it."
"You speak Hoiuohow quite differently," said Dolphine. "I do nut understand you, Judith. I feel as if
something had happened, aud you look
as if you had the world on your shoulders. ■'
(Td im Coiitlnned.)
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New Stock!
LADIES'
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Quilted Skirts. Colored Merinos, blk.
Cashmere and blk.
Crape Cloth.
FLANNELS
In White, Scarlet,
Blue, Gray, and
Plain, and Stripes,
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English, Canadian,
and American, twilled and plain, wool
shaker und cotton.
COTTONS
In white and gray.
Brown and white
Sheetings. Towels
of all kinds.
BLANKETS
In colors & white.
QUILTS and Counterpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and Hessians Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies' Furs in
Muffs, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
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and Ulsters.
Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
In Ladies' blaok,
dark & light shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, lined and
unlined.
In Gentlemen's 1'iihiIsUIhs Goods.
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
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THE BEST.
In Groceries and Provisions
Everything the best
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for a GOOD article.
MORAL—If you wnnt a Good article,
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cheap, hut -'eultuB," why, goelsowhere-
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true ; and if true, then the handsomest
display of Valuable Good*, Silver and
Flute, is undoubtedly to ho found at
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OOLtrJIBIA   STKHOTT,
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CEO.  TURNER,
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McColl'B Store, Holbrook's Stone
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NEW WESTMINSTER,
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A. T. D. MacELMEN,
BARRISTER - AT ■ LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &C„
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN ALL
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OFFICE— Columbia street, Opposite Hy
* aek Hall, New Westminster, 11. C.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent.
—AND—
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COLU MBI A   STREET,
("Opp. Culinili-l Hotel)
NEW   WESTA1 INST B II
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jnyttc
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We arc prepared to fill orders to the
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And all other Goods in the Grocery nnd
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NEW    SCHEDULE
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—ON  THE—
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—IN'—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers ,... .$123 00  per month
Rock Foremen... .$3 00 to $4 00 $ day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00    (
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class  2 50 '
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00
Masons 2 50 to   3 50    '
Blacksmiths,    1st
class   3 00
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  2 50 '
Blacksmith Helpers   1 50 to   2 00     '
Drillers   1 75 to 2 00     '
Laborers   1 50 to 1 75
Hewers, 1st class   3 50 '
Choppers, 1st class 2 50 '
Scorers, 1st class    2 50 '
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will he convenient
nlong the Line.   Board—$4 per week.
It will not bo compulsory for Employ
ces to board in the Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
10th of ench month.
A.   ONDERDONK,
General M.vnauku.
Oefice of the Cos th actors,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1, 1881.
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hi*- |inliunU mill tlm nfllfrti'-l •'.■■i.i>r.iHy, tli-il Im
MEM coii til high tn tront clil'iinioiiinl DCI'VUUB iHn-
(•.ISliU Willi ■..-{il-1 illli-livl II1CC0S8.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
1'einiiiiilK-r tlmt p run-nut hint inn in thu tlilof of
timo ai>
COMB AND DB HEALED.
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COHt   Villi M.'lliiliu   fill'  CllllHlllliirlDU, Hi) |)l--',.itl cnll
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Nliinilrt yoiirciiao. If tin cun cine ynii lie will tell
you ho; If nut, lie will lull you tlmt, for ho will
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elm rue ter which Im uiuhirtakos nml fails to cure.
I**. J*).—For JlnonscH of nhort HtunrHnu;, a full
courso of nu-'Iii-iiii'i., HuluVienl fur u cure, wllh
all in-h'iii'lii-iH, will lie .-out to any nil-h'tiM on
receipt or $10.
Cull or Aililre.su
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028-ly      No. 11 Koamoy.Ht. .Pan Fiinnclwo.Onl.
OREGON PRINCE
WILL STAND FOU SERVICE
during the season of 1882, on
the Farm of tho midcrnigneil, Chilliwhack, and at Laiigley, Ladner's Landing, and Maple Bulge.
OiiKi'iiN I'uinck was fnaled in Oregon:
will be (I years old in May; is a dappled
irayj stands \Tij lunula high; weighs 1075
ihfl, at present, will weigh about 1880 lbs.
during season; is very gentle, vory fast
walker, good trotter, nnd a powerful
horso in harness. He was sired by W.
Myer's imported Porohoron — "White
Prince." OREGON Pihnce won second
prize ill; the Victoria Agricultural Fair
last November, and is the largest horso
3ii the mainland of British Columbia.
TKRMS-S10, $15, and 820. Parties
from n distance sending marcs will be
entitled to free pasturage for one month.
R. STEVENSON',
jiiyMtc Cliillhvliaok.
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Row, New York, Hand book about Pat-
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WILLIAM McCOLL
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GEOOERIES,
PROVISIONS,
And a fino line of
Dry Goods, fients' Famishing
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POSSIBLE PRICES for Cash.
He thanks his friends for their put
liberal patronage and hopes for a continuance of the same. mhl
H. W. HUGHES,
r.
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il uro', or for nnythh ir imrmro or injurious
(bund in it. OK. MINTIK 'r<-»ts all Dis-
ussfully without mercury.
I'OIIKItltatlOll frCO. Thoronph vxsmi-
lattou and fidvlcoi $6*00. Pi ice of Vital
Restorative, $3*00 » bottle, or four
times the quantity, $10*00; sent to any
address upon receipt of price, orC O. D„
secure from observation, and in private
name if desired, by A. E. MINTIK,
M. II.
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in San Frnneit'co slmnlil send n full nnd
minute stiuemcnt ol their troubles with
$'JirOO, and in return a full course of
Medicine will be f-jrwnrded, securely
packed, so as tint to excite curiosity.
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antee of flood fnitli), which will be deducted when tlie package is sliippt-d.
SAMPLE BOTT1.E FUEE—Sent on
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rotiftdfllliul. jny3My
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lHK  UNDERSIGNED  HAS   FOR
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bred Ayrshire yearling Bulls, sired by the
Thoroughbred Ayrshire Dull
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