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 Government Gatette
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—- is ruiiomiBi'	
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
—iit—
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entrance to Editorial and Business Department tkrouqh T.R.
Pearson A cot Book & Stationery Store.
VBBM8«Ry Mull, «U
$1 fur 3 mm.; jiayiiMf
r Agt
yeiir; $160 torO-noe.*
91 turiimm. s -my-i.-.i- In A'lvnnce. Uolivar«i)
LyOnrrlorur Agent, $1 por r-imrtor, -myiiMu
(|iitirtcrly tu Oitrrlar (ir Ayunt.
a'qents
T. N. Hiiieh A Co. Victoria.
Wh. Harrison Yale.
L, P. FISHER Ai1yi-iHi-.uk Agent, 21 Merclmnt's
Kxclmngu, ami Fraiirlnai, UrtutUorlseil to receive
AdvortlMt.il**-'b for tills jinpin*.
TUIC BABEB m:iy lio fniiiiil on lliu nt
HIIO rArtn flea. V. .'---voil ICn.'i
Now-tpii-ier Atlvortlilrij- Ituruiiu(10 8iinico St,),
wtieru uhnrtlaltiK contract-* mny be mndu fur it In
SEW VORK.
Ihf §ritish CotemWan.
WnluMdii) MornlnK. Mny 10. vm.
French Aggression.
Wlio wouldn't live in Mudngns*
oar! Tho price of boof in tlmt land
of perennial .summot* in a penny n
pound, and laborers will work aud
board themselves for $4 n month 1
Upon this favored island Franco has
lately been casting a covetous eye,
but tho movement is being watched
closely by Grent Britain. Madagascar would be no mean acquisition to
any nation. A writer in u lending
Chicago papor says the soil is.rich,
and covered everywhere with u tine
sod. Grass grows all the yenr, as
might bo oxpected in a country enjoying a tropical climate and not
liable to droughts, The rainfall is
abundant and well distributed during the entire season. Thero uro no
cyclones, tornadoes and earthquakes,
as thero are in nearly all tropica]
countries. Beef n't for tho Christmas dinner of a British nobleman is
produced by cattle thnt eat nothing
but grass. Cattle arc so plenty that
they command only a nominal price.
Fine, fat bullocks can bo purchased
on the coast ut $3 or $4 each. They
weigh on un average 750 pounds
each, and yield 500 pounds of dressed beef. Tlie meat is tender, juicy
and of fine flavor. It is superior to
the meat obtained from Australia
and can be brought to Great Britain
for it much smaller sum, ns the distance is shorter. At present thoro
is no market for it except at Mauritius and Natal. The price of choice
steaks on the island is a penny per
pound. It has recently beon discovered thnt the island abounds with
trees that furnish India rubber, und
a considerable trade in it is growing
up. Coffee grows wild, and the
quality of it is said to he equal to
that produced in Ceylon. There arc
magnificent groves of mango trees
and forests of palms, some of which
produce the famous bread-fruit. The
cultivation of sugar cane was com
monced only four years ago und has
produced the most favorable results.
Last year a thousand acres were
planted to sugar cane, which wns
worked up on the ground. The yield
surpassed the expectations of the
persons interested iu the enterprise.
The cost of raising und manufacturing was very small. There is no expense for fuel; blood for clarifying
does uot command a high price, and
labor is as cheap as in China, It is
reported that ono sugar planter obtained reliable laborers for four dollars a month, which sum included
their wages and board. The foreign
trade of the country is reported to
be two and a half million dollars a
year. It need not surprise any ono
that a country possessing such advantages should excite the cupidity
ot aggressive France. For within
tho past few years France has manifested an unusual interest in the
acquisition of new territory. Her
polioy in north-western Africa was
vigorous, and resulted in materially
widening the boundaries of her
colonial possessions. In south Africa
she is just now attempting a similar
movement which looks to the establishment of French sovereignty on
the Congo. But as Great Britain
has prior claims in Madagascar so
also has sho in south Africa. She
has important colonies there already,
and she has moro thau any other
nation contributed to the exploration
and development of that unknown
region. Stanley is at present engaged in explorations about tho
Congo, and his operations are seriously threatened by the action of
France. DeBragxn, a French adventurer, some time ngo worked Im way
into the good graces of some native
tribes and succeeded in inducing
them to express a wish tlmt France
would take charge of the administration of their affairs. The French
government have undertaken, on the
strength of this, to establish authority over a large tract of country.
Stanley, who has explored that country aud opened it up tn Kuropcau
trade, appeals to Britain for proteo
tion against French aggression, and
Britain is considering the propriety
of sending an armed force to Stun
ley's assistance. We hopo this littlo
w war cloud over the "dark continent"
will go no further iu development,
A war between Great Britain and
France would be most unfortunate—
es|«cially for France.
The British Columbian.
VOLUME 23
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. G, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1883.
NUMBER 39
ftoctv-).
[For the Columbinn.]
The Alchemist Muses on Death
The. thought o** Death In tenlbte.  To.llo
In dull forK'-ifiihu'KH, beneath (.tic dowers
That spring 111 glorious forms above tlio
(illBt,
An It no honor lay l-riii-uth; to havo
Tlm writhing worm devour tho boautoons
form
That now exults Iti strength.  To knowno
more, g
To bo no limn-, through all tho oomitlflw.
yoars
That press with wingtul footslcjw each on
each,
Whoso ovory hour brings forth somo glorious gain
And ciH'ii slow month revolving Homc-
tliltig new,
To dlo nud bo forgotten on tho earth.
Whero race on moo of men shall spring to
light
To glory In Ilioir strength ami grace ami
power.
Forgetting thorn- who lie beneath In dun|:
Knee* wlii- shall  hnve lnlghtlor thought
than wo
And move through loftier -inheres; Hners
whoM.au - ''*"'
Live In their turn and In their turn shall
dlo
And full to native earth and be ns we,
Forgetting and forgotten, ob! this thought
Of death bows down the very heart, with
woe.
Como lot its join our powers, and hand
lu hand
oppose stern front against, tlio monarch
Death
And when bis gloomy foi-ees be arrays
Aud through the dark advances terrlblo,
Let us prepnro to moot him foroo with
force.
Whllewohavellfe.lht'llfo that nature
gives,
Let us senreh out Mime power so wonderful
That when be eotnes ho must again retire.
For'tis ii noble thought, this thought to
live
Calm through the passing ages and lie-
hold
Every new thing that, springs beneath the
sun,
AH tlio new knowledge gained by mighty
mon,
Kneh springing fountain head of powor;
and this
To add to that known In the silent past.
To live ns demigods, and year on yoar
To hoo mon spring to life and fall and dlo
Liko corn within tbo summer Holds, and
we
Unchangeable, iinehauglug.—To pursuo
Through devious paths the doubtful tracks
of soienco
All undeterred   by the dull   thought of
death.
To live, to live, anil   see tho boatileous
en rtb
Through nil hor future ages.   'Tis a dream
Worthy a noble Intellect; prepare
And we will strive with death nml ove
J. A. R. HOMER.
General Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(NliAU  DRILL 8IIED).
Residence — Agnes  Street.
GORDON E, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B'
-OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer,
Maps and 'Drawing Papor Mounted.
Files of MagatsiiioB, Illustrated Papera,
etc., neatly ami cheaply Bound,
Govornment Street, Victoria, li. (j.
They Don't Affiliate.
A colored man waa busily engaged
in sawing wood for Colonel Powib,
says tlio Texas Sif 'tings, when tlio latter
observed that the bosom of the niuii
and brother, so to speak, was adorned
by an Odd Fellow's bvoastpm.
"Do tho the white Odd Fellows and
the colored Odd Follows in Austin
affiliate ?" asked Ool. Powib.
"Don't lillyate wuf a cuss, but thoy
helps oooh other out."
"Well, that's the same thing, ain't
it?"
"No, sir, it's not the same thing.
"What's the difference ?"
Tlie colored man stopped sawing
wood aud mado tlie following explanation :
"Last week, when dat norther was
a fioezing do marrow in yer bones, I
wont inter do saloon of a whito man,
and what totes dis very same emblem,
I was in distress, rale distress, as I
hadn't had a dram dat morning, so I
gib him de signal of distress,"
"Did he respond 1"
"He didn't gib do proper response.
Do proper response would hab been to
nib his left car wid his right han' an'
to sot outdo bottle,"
' 'Thou be did not respond correctly r
"No, sir; ho mode a motion at do
doah wid one hand an' reached under
de bar wid de odder. I made de Odd
Feller's signal ob distress once moah,
and don somefin hard hit mo on de
head and knocked me clean out intor
de streot. It was do bung-starter what
dat white brother Odd Feller had frow
at me in response to de distress signal."
"Thon tho colored Odd Fellows and
the white Odd Fellows do uot affiliate?"
"Jest what I toled yer. Doy won't
lillyate, but dey helps each odder out.
I was helped out inter de street wid
do bung-starter, but lillyate moans to
set outdo whisky."
 -s>	
Returns Good for Evil.
"Who is tliat angry-luoking man ?"
"That, my son, is a reporter."
"Do roportors always look mad ?"
"Not always."
"What ails that one ?"
"Ue has been toa church supper."
"Wasn't ho invited?"
"Oh, yos. Five of tho prettiest
girls in tho parish urged him to go."
"I should think ho would have liked
tlmt."
"He did. And each of theso girls
wanted him to givo 'my table'a special
mention!"
"Did he get any supper?"
"Of courso ho did. Ho bought a
fivo-cont sandwich for a quarter and
ate it after the rest got through,"
"Whore is he going now ?"
"Ho is going to tho office to writo
that tho parish church supper last night
was a most agreeable success. Tlie
lovely-faces of tho fair maidens iu attendance on the tables were only rivaled bythe charming liberality with
which thoy dispensed the finest of viands,"
"Are roportors ovor sarcastic ?"
"No, my eoii, novor."
The St, Janm Gazette, says:—In support of his viow that insanity in England is mainly caused by a lavish and
persistent abuse of alcohol, Mr. Gilbert quotes the evidence givon boforo
Parliamentary Committees by medical
professors in chargo of lnrge lunatic
asylums. Tn Franco and America tho
subject, we aro told, has boon more
closely investigated than iu England;
and iu France "the whole medical profession to a man holds that tlie late
enormous increase of insanity and
idiocy of that country has been sololy
due to the effect of alcohol on tho
brain." In America, too, it is held
that at least 40 per cent, of tho idiocy
in that country lias boon caused by in-
temperance.
For Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis and
deep-seated Lung troubles, use Allen's
Lung Balsam. Soo adv. in another
column.
Hoyt'a Gorman Cologne, SI.—*I.). S,
Curtis k Co.—Adv.
J. E. CLEVELAND,
Builder and Contractor!
CUSTOM HOUSE SQUARE,
New Westminster,  B. C,
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
(np7tc)
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WilAUP STBEET, ■ VIUTOBIA,
North British uml Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland,
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
311 Finshury Circus,
London, K. C.
JAMES   MGKKIS0N,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
<Op]i. Out-mluI Hotol)
N HIV   WESTS) INST MR.
SW Several good Farms for Salo ami to
Lease, uolO
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
GENERAL AGENT
Bent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent ror the TRAVKMKK8- UFE
and ACGIDEXT IXSUKAXCK GO.,
Hartford, Conn.
OFFICE: — Columbia Street.,   Now
Westminster. deO
Even Man to his Own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLONIAL II0TEI.I,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Physicians' Prescriptions and Frail)- Recipe* a Specialty,
N. B. — Only tlenulno Drugs used.
Ovor ' wentv Years' experience.    ii)r2.-|
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New Westmikitu, B. 0.
SAW   FILI.Vi,    Hl-Y   I HUM.,    MM?..
HJIITII, < I ITIIlll   UKtllMI,
siissiius siiiiii>i;m:ii,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired,   Machine
Needles for Sale.
I ml.n Huh licit-]---), nntl <ii in inl iti>|talr*
Ins iinillj ilciuc.
Ammunition of all kinds. A full auRort-
inunt of Reloading Tools, aud everything
required hy a Sportmnitn. Rifles, Shot
Guns, Revolvers, and Fistusti Tacklk
for salo. t!24y
#*co*k
4- ^
SAWS -
—Jk.x.mo—
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Belting, Packing, Hose, Ac., &o„ &c
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND—
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OF EVERY  DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Asasortnient; from $25 to $00,
—AT—
BAGNALL & CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
OOYKK-fUKKT STKKKT, VICTORIA.
J. BAGNALL,
PiAsoFoiiTE&OuuAN Tuner fcRErAiMii
NEW SPRING GOODS
 AT'THR	
CASH TAILOR'S.
•W. ELSON
MERCHANT TAILOR
Lytton Square, Now Westminster.
Broadelotlia and lino tweeds always on
hand.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Try His $25 Suit.
 ap2S-tc.
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATHORFS
Boot ft Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under tlie new Oddfellow Hall, Col
nmbiast., New Westminster.
-JTTST-
—AN INVOICK OF-
WAGGONS!
Cutting Boxes, Root Slicers,
French Burr Stone Chopping Mills,
Fanning Mills, Clipper and
Mohawk Plows, &c„ &c,
BURNS& COT,
got gale or lo |Unt.
Bargain for Cash I
TWO OR THREE HOUSES k 10TS
in good repair.   Apply at D. 8.
CURTIS k CO. 'S Drag Store;      ap21
FURNITURE!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure In announcing that he itt now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ke., at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class style,
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. Tbe undersigned
has the only HEARSE in tbe City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel,
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl'a Branch Furniture
Store, au'itc
ms.m.eckste1n
HAS    JUST   OPENED   A   NEW
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will bo found a full stock of
Dry Go-iils, Groceries, nnd General Merchandise,
Which will bo sold at Now Westminstor
Frioos.
***"■ Next Door to Cnlcdonin Hotel.
 (np!8tc)	
VIOTORIA,  B.
, , .     auents yon
c.
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Portable Saw Mills,   Grist Mill-,
Shingle Mills,   Champion Un-
glues, Saw Mill Machinery,
Ac., ke.
L Harris, Son ft Company,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Brantford Mowers ana  Reapers,
Osborne Mowers, Brantford and
Osborne Cord Binders.
I
BRANTFORD,
Centennial  Sulky
ONTARIO.
....   Rake,   Spring
Tooth Harrows, Spring Tooth
Cultivator, Brantford Grain
Brill, te., tt.
i9" Machines always on hand. Repairs
kept. del3
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tbe
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
C. E. WOODS. GEO. TURNER.
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AOENTS,
Accountants & Conveyancers,
<<>ll HUM   HTUIIT.
NKW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
WE HAVE FOR SALE IMPROV.
cil nml unimproveil Lands at
PITT RIVER,
MAPLE RIDGE,
LANGLEY,
MATSQUI.
MISSION,
BURRARHS INLET.
FALSE CREEK,
PORT MOODY,
TRHNANT,
NORTH ARM,
SALT SPRING ISLAND.
TOWN LOTS AT PORTJMODY FOR SALE.
1.1)11   SI 111 II INC    IIUKII lit    IMI
I'HOllllll   t ITIMIIII TO.
MUSKY TO MM* O* liOOII 8KVIIIITI.
AUKNTS VOK THE
Pltenlx Fire liNueniiee l'„, of Itriioldj'u,
Ilie Kqiillnlilr Mr? ANNiirnnre Nnelely
ur lhe I ulleil Klnlcs, anil        •
UimMlnv., Mrnenit A.'oN. Yllrlfleil Mlflne
fewer nml I'lilniiiev Flllea, Harden
Vimm, Ac.
WOODS k TURNER.
New Westminstor, B. C,
April 2,1883. apt
FARMERS' & MINERS'
IMPLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
.     OP
HARDWARE.
THE BEST BRAND OF
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries.
klj-lUs Wig!
AND A GENERAL LINE OF
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR
THIS MARKET.
ROYAL  CITY
sums
LIMITED
HAVE ON HAND AND ABE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALL DESCRIPTIONS OV—
Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Pinning, Scroll-Hawing, Turning, Shaping,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with tlio
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
PISH  CASES  A   SPECIALTY,
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C
JOHN HENDRY,
Manager.
1
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
J. H. PLEACEI CO.
IMPORTERS AND DKAI.EKS IN
E
STOVES,
EANGES,  &C., &C.
House Furnishing Goods,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on baud, at
the LOWEST MARKET RATES.
TINWARE MANUFACTURED ON THE PREMISES.
.tllklnd*-»r Wi-(t?r*iil|>e Work, ut rea-
Honnble mien. I.j- n coniprleut Work.
mini m* Infant Ion Bnnrnntetd.
S" Jobbing promptly attended to.
HOLHKOOk'!* STOXG BHILDIKC*
New Wtilmlanler.
GO TO THE
SAN
4-ISr Storage   and   Forwarding
dono at reasonable rates.
REID & HUDSON.
jyia-Bm
cfc OO.
VICTORIA,  B. C,
sHippisra
insueanoiTagents,
EXECUTE INDENTS FOn PRIN-
cipal Exports and Imports.
■  OFFER CHARTERS to Vessels Seeking.
LIBERAL   ADVANCES   made  on
Consignments.
Agents for tho Celebraicd Brands of
FKASKK KITES CAUSED S.UMOS,
viz.,
EWEN * CO., "LION."
B. HAIOH * SONS, "STAR k TBI-
"ANGLE."
SOLE AOENTS FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR
CURTISS JS HARVEY'S Sporting and
Blasting POWDER.
JOSEPH KIRKMAN k SON'S  Prize
Medal PIANOS.
JULES ROBIN * CO.'S BRANDY,
IMl'onTKILS  OF
GIANT POWDER, CAPS * FUSE,
WINKS,   LIQUORS,   HAVANA CIGARS, Ac.
GENERAL AGENTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR
STANDARD LIFE AMURANOE OOMPANY.
UNION MARINE INSURANCE OOMPANY.
Risks accepted and Losses promptly
pnid.
Represented in London by Messrs. H.
J. GARDNER k CO., 00 Queen Victoria
Street, E. C.
i Commercial Row, Wharf St.,
Viotoria, B.C., 15th March, 1889,
(mh'*l)
FRANCISCO
 (£*->
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
BOOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY
description made to order, and re*
paired, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
xa.jk.vrm  xtotyw.
The highest CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
Opposite the Bank.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP-Y.
1 Old Broad St. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSKS* OTHER
Buildings, ('foods, Wares, Morcliau-
dine, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tho
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and othor Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods ou board such Vessols, throughout
Groat Britain aud Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FK0M LOSS OR DAMAGE BV FIBK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1.600.000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information cau bo obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for Now Westminstor.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FR~EIGHT
WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO. (LIMITED)
Except on thoir own Printed Forms of
Shipping Keccipts, to Im liad at T. R.
Pearson At Co.'s, New Westminster.
apll JOHN IRVING, Manager.
rYRyHsrirLS!
THK UNDERSIGNED HAS FOR
sale on reasonable terms a fow half-
bred Ayrshire yearling Bulls, sired by tho
Thoroughbred AyrsWro Bull
DtrrrziRiN,
Tho danu being choice dairy cows.
A. S. VEDDER,
jell Sumas.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City,
Tlie Urn DEPARTMENT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OP AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Publio that he
lias purchased the adorn Hotel, where
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and Sleeping Apartments are under the superintendence
of Mrs. Apstin.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading Room, com
inodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for tho use of guests.
Stage Coaches for Sale!
APPLY TO
W. B. LEWIS,
New Westminster, R C.
FOR SALE CHEAP:
A GOOD DAISY FARM. Dwelling
House, Barns and other out-build?
ings, with the Stock, Dairy Utensils and
implements of husbandry. For particu-
lain apply to
W. D. FERRIS,
Land Agent, ka.
New Westminster,
20th April, 1883. ap21tc
FOR SALE Oft TO LEASE
THE SHOP AND PREMISES ON
Columbia St., next the Customs
House,. lately occupied by Nelson Bros.
The situation Is excellent for any business purpose. The building is divided
into two shops, and has a good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain, or
teased to a suitable tenant. Apply on
the premises to
ap21to W. J. FRENCH.
FOR SALE:
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wnras, Liquors, Cigars, 4c.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRAED  INLET.
Kewl) Built and Newly Funilshed,
Large nnd Commodious.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view of that
ugnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   tho  Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
mute   «F   KOONS   F*»    FAMILIES.
snr Visitors and Tourists will And it a
quiet and pleasant vesting place.
Tlie scale of charges will be found to
bo strictly moderate.
Good stabling on tbe premises,
JOSEPH MANNION,
Proprietor.
SUBDIVISIONS OF LOTS 1 AND S,
suburban block 6, New Westminster, fronting on Clinton street; a first-
class investment.   Apply to
WOODS 4 TURNER.
May 3d, 1883. [myS-lm.
FOR   SALE.
Thoroughbred Bull
THE THOROUGH-BRED BULL
"Gen. WALKEM," bred byTuFgii
k Co., and having a registered Pedigree,
is offered for sale, or wonld be exchanged
for anothor bull. He is a fine animal,
without blemish, and five years of age.
Apply to INNES BROS.,
nplStc Langley, B. 0.
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.G.
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
pletely re-furnished and otherwise
greatly improved this well-known establishment, I havo the pleasure to announce that it Is now
^ ma w
For the reception of Guesta,
Conveniently located and well appointed in overy 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.
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best management both as regards cuisine and
attendance, and parties desiring them
can have PRIVATE DINING ROOMS,
with special attendance.
THE  BAR ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Winks and
Liquors, and tho best brands of Cigars
•vill always be bept on hand.
THE BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and provided with Strahle's Patent CUSHION
TABLES, tho best in uso.
SW Good  attendance
charges.
and   moderate
E, INSLEY,
PltOrKlKTOR ft Ma.vaoer.
December 1, 18S2.
dell
New Westminster ft Seattle!
THE  STEAMER
"■E3^7--A.l*T-3-BL"
A. 0. H.:>JArll>, *AHTKR.
WILL SAIL FROM NEW WEST-
MINSTER
Every Wednesday, at J a, m>,
For SEATTLE, via SAN JUAN and
PORT TOWNSEND, connecting with
steamers for all points on the Sound.
Returning, will sail from SEATTLE
every Monday, at 7 a..m., arriving here
> Tuesday afternoon. <
For rates of Freight or Passage, apply
to
J. A. R. HOMER, Agent,
apHtc New West,
DAIRY FAEM FOR SALE.
COMPRISING 450 ACRES.
ISO acres high timber land; soil
good. 300 acres prairie. 00 acres under
fence. House and all necessarv out.
buildings for carrying on a first-clan
dairy farm. Orchard of 200 bearing
trees. Terms easy.. A first-class investment.   Apply to
WOODS k TURNER.
New West., May Uth. '    [myl2.1m
~FOR^ALE.
LOT 2,   BLOCK   IX.
"    1,    "       xxn.
"   io,    "      xxvra.,
City of New Westminster.
—-ALSO—
LOT 4,   BLOCK  I.
"  8*9,   "        IH.
"     4,       "  i     V.
"     3,      "   '    X. t
"  18, 10,*20,BUX!KXni.,
Suburban Lands.
Apply to
H. V. EDMONDS,
New Westminster,
or to ALLSOP k MASON,
a«30tc Victoria.
Dairy Farm forSalel
MR. C. CHAD8BT, OF SUMAS,
wishing to retire from business on
account of falling health, offers for sale
on reasonable terms his splendid improved
Dairy Farm, consisting of 520 acres of
prairie land, of which ISO acres are nn
iler fence. There Is a good dwelling
house ou the place, alao barn, dairy,
sheds, and stables; an excellent well and
a large orchard of choice fruit; and in
short every improvement necessary for a
comfortable homo and for carrying on a
large and "eefi..i.i« k.^«.~ .v j_j_. •._
duce.   Dj
ments will  _	
sired.   For terns apply to the owner on
tbe place, personally or by letter.
Sumas, April 0,1883. aplltc
rtaoio nome and for carrying on a
ind profitable business in daily pro-
Dairy stock and farming imple-
will be sold with tin farm if de-
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sale* Room, Fim-pkoof Builoino,
Yato Strut,
VICTORIA, • BRITtSH COLUMBIA.
•**" Liberal advances made on Consign*
ments.
To facilitate the sale ol Real Estate,
have complete maps of Victoria, Esqul
malt, New Westminster and the Districts.
N. B.  Parties desirous of selling thelrt.
Stock, Stock in trade, or Fonlture, and,! -
not wishing the trouble of an Auction I "•
Sale, can find a Cash Bayer *■•■ -ll"-g '
on the above.   Office of the British Co- \
lumbia Wire Worka.   All sorts of wire
work done.   Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
twee or Harbor Master aid rait Warden. „10
NEW GOODS!
E. ELLIOTT'S
Columbia Street.
JUST AWUVED, A OOOD-SELEC-
tion of DRY GOODS, comprising e-
lacn, Ubbens,. rrark flawm, (Warts.
ladle.' and Deal.' Hase, CaHars, (Its,
and tUndkerckiea, rrlai. and aress
Coodh freMMes, Flannel., lUMafs.
»hertla»., Table Uaea, Brown ■•Uaads,
rallrac., ItknwU, Blaauans, Ae., char.
er-. Terrlerae aaar, tSmmey aad alawad
..lyrorlne. Calvert's Cartwltr, Brawn
Windsor, rerfmaerr, *e.
Also-Hard ware, laale. BaarMttlMs.
Ma.ll Faslenen, Hei-fnj^Halt., AU.
■teent for Hara-er i-entfntm-s Wart.
(-.'prise l^iXi**arl"an«WnaaBilB
tlons. will wash for family oil in I
liours; no Ironing), .      'mtltl
NOTIC
t.
AS IMPRESSION HAVING GONK
abroad that I have
. at Port Haney, I
suoh Is not tht cue.
ol my
iereby state
THOMAS HANKY,
FM Haney, B,C,
i -"      ,
\ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
New Goods 0. G. Major
Millinery Wm. Rao
Notice Wm.Rae
New Goods W. McColl
General Merchandise..C.MoDonough
Hyack Meeting J. McMurphy
Dentistry Welsh & Henderson
Dominion Public Works. H. S. Roebuck
DominionPublio Works. H. S. Roebuck
Public Notice .Win. Smitho
Appointments... .Provincial Secretary
Notice Provincial Secretary
Notice S. Miller
i (2) J. G. Bunte
lhe ih-itish (Eolumbhrn.
Wednesday Morning-, May II. 1883.
Another Advance.
We have the pleasure of presenting our readers this morning with
the British Columbian in an enlarged and improved form. The
enlargement has become a necessity
in consequence of a steady increase of
advertisements j but, at the same
time, the new form enables, us to give
a larger quantity of reading matter
than was before possible. It will
be seen that four columns havo been
added to the paper, while the nddi
tional length of the columns is equal
to nearly four columns more, making altogether nearly eight columns
of additional space. We have no
hesitation in asking our readers to
compare the Columbia*, with any
other newspaper published in this
province, for we feel sure such a
comparison will show to tho advan.
tags of this journal. At the commencement of 1882 the Columbia*
waa enlarged, but the patronage extended to it has so far increased sinco
that time that we have not been able
to do justice to our readers. The
independent course which the present managers of the Columbian- havo
marked out for themselves will be
strictly adhered to. In his professional capacity an editor knows no
friends, and we shall not spare
wrongdoing in whatever quarter it
may present itself. We hope the
Columbian in its present shape may
meet the approval of the people of
British Columbia, in whose interest
it is published.
The Fort Simpson Grab.
We are glad to find that tho house
committee, appointed to investigate
tht charge preferred against the
provincial government in connection with the Fort Simpson land
grab, have made a report completely
exonerating the government from all
blame. The committee state that
they are unable to find any ground
whatever for the charge of favoritism, It may hava been the duty of
the government to give public notice
when tht lands were thrown open,
but the committee find that their
failure to do so was simply an oversight Tlie applications first^mado
to the ohief commissioner for the
right to purchase these lands were
made by persons whom he did not
know, and whom he could hava no
interest in favoring. We are glad
that the committee did not find any
ground for censure. It would be a
great misfortune if a government
newly installed in office should he-
gin its career by an act of crookedness.
Defeat or the British aoTcrnment.
The defeat of the Gladstone government on the affirmation bill has
caused quito a sensation. The bill
provides simply that members of the
commons may mako an affirmation
instead of taking an oath. Aa a
matter of fact that privilege is now
granted to certain persons, for quak-
ers may affirm. Tho bill does no
more than extend this liberty to
others whose conscientious scruples
prevent them from taking nn oath.
But inasmuch as the bill has been
brought up with a special view to
meet tht Bradlaugh case, the popular feeling in Great Britain has
reached such a pitch that it has resulted iu a vote adverse to the government Bradlaugh is a pronounced
atheist, and the ptople seem to
imagine that it would be dreadful to
j open a door by whicli un atheist
could be admitted into the house of
commons. Thii feeling is undoubtedly sincere in many cases, but we
believe it is mainly the result of
religious bigotry and imperfeot
knowledge of tlio circumstances.
The passing of the affirmation bill
does nothing to recognize atheism.
It merely removes the barrier which
now shuts an honest atheist out of
the house. There is nothing in British law which makes an atheist ineligible for eteotion as representative
in the house, and if he simply takes
an oath on a book the authority of
whioh hi has distinctly denied, there
ia no taw whioh can ref »se to him the
privileges enjoyed by orthodox members. The present system sets a
premium on dissimulation. The religious agitation against the bill
sooms tu us unwise and without just
cause. If any constituency ohooscs
to elect as its representative a man
who professes atheistic views, we do
not think he should have the doors
ot the house shut in his (ace.
The Case of Mclean.
On Saturday attention was directed to the extremely light sentence
passed upon O'Connor at the late
assises for a double burglary.   Tho
sentiments expressed in that article
are the universal sentiments of i lio.se
to whom   the   circumstances   are
known.   We think it our duty this
morning to mention another case in
which it seems to us the intent of
the law and the requirements of justice have not been met.   On Saturday McLean, of Pitt Kiver, was convicted of selling liquor to Indians.
The case was proved beyond question, and the man was sentenced to
pay a fine of $50, or go to gaol for
one month.   Now, in cases of this
kind the law places a great deal of
discretionary power in tho hands of
magistrates.   Tho penalty for an infraction of the statute under which
conviction was made ranges all the
way from a simplo fine of $50 to a
fine of $300 and six months' imprisonment   Where a statute leaves
so much discretion m the hands of
the magistrates wo presume it is expected that the discretion will be exercised judiciously.   Whon thore aro
circumstances   tending   greatly  to
mitigate the offence, we suppose tlio
framers of the statuto intended that
the minimum penalty would be im-
imposed j but surely it never was
contemplated that magistrates would
give the minimum where these circumstances were   wholly wanting.
Let us look at tho McLean case.
The offender is au old gray-headed
man.   His youth could not, therefore, he urged in his favor as was
done in the case of O'Connor.   He
not only sold liquor to the Indians,
but ho actually enticed them into his
bar-room and there gave them some
beer, well knowing that the caste of
liquor would create in them an appetite for more. The result wns exactly
what he anticipated.     When they
had taken their beer, Innis says,
"Alio took a notion that he wanted
a bottle."   He asked for a bottle,
and McLoan promptly supplied him
with one, for wliich he received a
dollar.    These Indians drank the
wholo bottle, and, of course, went
home drunk.   Now, wore there any
mitigating   circumstances   in  this
easel   If there wore, none of them
came to the surface during the trial.
On'the contrary, there were some
circumstances of a very aggravating
character, and   they ,could hardly
have escaped the notice of tho mngis
trates.   Both the Indians swore tliat
McLean asked them into his houso
to have a drink.   Innis swore that
ho did not go there with the expectation of getting liquor, and would
not have asked for it.   McLean's
offence is doubly serious because he
not only supplied liquor to Indians
contrary to law, but he personally
invited them to drink when they
had no intention of doing so.  Moreover, tho offence was committed on a
Sunday, which constituted an additional aggravation.   All theso facts
were before the magistrates, and in
the face of them they inflict the
smallest penalty the statute will permit.     Every  person   knows that
these liquor cases are usually very
difficult of proof.   The Indians very
rarely give information as to the
source of their whisky supply.   The
constable finds his way hedged up
with difficulties, and for one conviction there are generally many cases
that go undetected for want of evidence.   In view of these well-known
facts a man who is caught deliberately violating the law should be
made to feel its punishment.  A fine
of $50 is not a penalty proportioned
to McLean's offence at all. It would
not require many transactions similar to tho ono for which he was arrested to recoup him in full for the
fine.   If  the magistrates had imposed one-half of tho penalty provid
od by law, the culprit could have
had no causo for complaint   Two
months ago yesterday young Bailey
was treacherously   murdered   ncar
tho mouth of Pitt liivor, und for
that cowardly crime three Indians
are now in gaol awaiting the action
of the courts.   And why was Bailey
murdered 1   Ho had in his canoe
two kegs of liquor which McLean
had asked him to bring up for his
saloon, and the murderers wanted
that liquor.   Bailey refused tb givo
up the goods with  which ho had
been entrusted   and   tho Indians,
thirsting for the fire-water, shot him
down like a dog.   In how far this
man McLean is responsible for the
murder of Bailey wo do not know.
It has been proved in ono case, und
asserted in other cases, that he is in
the habit of enticing Indians into
his saloon and giving them a taste
of liquor for tho purpose of creating
in them an appetite so that they
will buy more.   If it was though
this devilish practice of his that Peter and Jim and Robertson acquired
tho habit which led to the Bailoy
murder, he is morally guilty of that
orime.   We call the attention of the
government agent to this case, and
ask whether the faets brought out
at the police court are not sufficient
to justify him in refusing a renowal
of license to McLean,
There has been an important division among thu Mormons on the
question of polygamy. It is claimed
that tho original Mormons did not
recognize or practice polygamy, and
that it is contrary to tbo spirit of
their faith. The camp is now divided
into polygamists and non-polygam-
ists, tho latter having for leader a
son of tho original Joo Smith. This
new party displays great missionary
zeal, and has a host of preachers who
are engaged principally in efforts to
convert Christians to the Mormon
doctrine.
DRS. WELSH & HENDERSON,
DENTISTS.    Office over D. S.
Curtis & Co.'s drug store, next
Colonial Hotel, New Westminster.
myi6-tc.
Hyack Meeting.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF
the Hyack Fire Company will be
held in Hyack Hall THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, at8 o'clock. A full
attendance is requested. By order.
miG-lt]     JNO. McMURPHY, Sec.
New and Latest Styles of
MILLINERY
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tlio Assessment Roll of tho Muni-
cipality of Richmond in now open for inspection at the house of Boyd k Kilgour,
North Ann,
All persons deeming themselves im-'
properly assessed shall,within one month
from this date, notify the Clerk of thoir
grounds of complaint.
SAM. MILLER, C. M. C.
Richmond, Uth May, 1383. Im
Provincial Secretary's Office,
7th May, 1883.
HIS HONOUR THE LIEUTEN-
ant-Governor has been pleased to
appoint Paulus >Emilius Irving,
Esquire, Barrister-at-Law, to be Deputy Attorney-General for the Province
to date from the ist instant, vice Eli
Harrison, jr., Esquire, resigned,
my 16-1 m
NOTICE.
A COURT OF ASSIZE, AND OF
Nisi Prius, and of Oyer and Terminer, and of General Gaol Delivery,
will be held nl LYTTON, on Monday
18th June, 1883.   By command.
JOHN.ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, 11. C, May^lli, 1883.
myio-im
PUBLIO  NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that an Order of the Honourable
Executive Council, approved on the
30th August, 1870,   which reserved
certain lands in the vicinity of Port
Simpson from pre-emption, has been
rescinded by an Order   in Council,
approved the 30th March, 1881.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner L, & W.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, 13. C, May 8th, 1883.
my 16-1 m
The (Stock
Is as well assorted as any on the
Mainland, comprising:
Hats & Bonnets
Of the most fashionable shapes and
styles.
Ribbons.
Ottoman, Satin, Reversible, Fringed
and Lace Ribbons.
Piece Goods.
Plaid and all shades ottomans, surahs,
satins, silks, sarsnets, velvet and
velveteens, brocade and plain.
Black and cream Spanish
lace. Ostrich feathers
and tips, a handsome assortment,
Flower Frilllngs,
Neck arrangements in lace and muslin, gloves, hosiery, corsets, dress
trimmings, etc., etc.. etc., etc.
COME AND SEE OUR STOCK.
myI6-tc.
h
Front street,
New  Westminster, B. C.
 Dealer in	
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
DOMINION PUBLIC WORKS.
NOTICE TO SHIPBUILDERS.
SEALED TENDERS, ADDRES-
sed to the Dominion Government
Agent. Victoria, signed and endorsed
"Tenders for Mud Punts," will be received at his office in Victoria until
noon on Thursday, the 17th May next
for building four Mud Punts for dredging service, British Columbia.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the office of the Dominion Government Agent, Victoria, the Dominion
Telegraph office, New Westminster,
and at the office of the Collector of
Customs, Nanaimo, on and after this
date.
Tenders must be made on the forms
supplied.
The successful tenderer upon being
notified that his tender has been accepted, must execute a contract to the
satisfaction of the Dominion Government Agent for the due fulfillment of
the work specified.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
I-f. S. ROEBUCK, Sec'y.
Victoria, B. C, May 10th, 1883.
myi6-it.
DOMINION PUBLIC WORKS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEPARATE SEALED TEND-
ers, addressed to the Dominion
Government Agent, Victoria, signed
and endorsed "Tenders for Plumber
and Carpenter Work, Penitentiary
Workshops," will be received at his
office at Victoria until 12 noon on
Tuesday, 22nd May, 1883, for performing certain Carpentering and
Plumbing at the Penitentiary Workshops, New Westminster.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the office of the Dominion Government Agent, Victoria, and at the Dominion Telegraph office, New West)
minster, on ana after this date.
Tenders must be made out on the
forms supplied and must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque
for 5 per cent, of the amount of tender
or tenders.
The successful tenderers upon being
notified that their tenders have been
accepted, must execute a contract to
the satisfaction of the Dominion Government Agent for the due fulfillment
of the work specified.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
H. S. ROEBUCK, Sec'y.
Victoria, B. C, May 14th, 1883.
myi6*td.
CARD.
mill* OFFICERS AND MEMBERS
.1 of the Hyack Firo Company desire
to oxprcss tlieir high appreciation of,
ami to return to His Lordship tlio 1'ish-
011 of Now Westminstor thoir sincoro
thanks for, tho klmlnoss evinced hy His
Lordship in placing tho grounds at St.
Mary's Mount at tho disposal of tho
Hyaok Company for tho May Day festivities, which insured tho successful
carrying into (effect of	
children on said occasion.
JNO. WALSH, Cnpt.
JNO. McMUltl'HY, Seo.
New West., Mny II, 1883,    [niyl2to
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS  AND  C A F S,
READY-MADE CLOTHING
GRAIN,
FEED,
SEEDS,
POTATOES,
LIME, ETC.
Special attention lo Farmers' Supplies. Produce of all kinks purchased
at highest market prices. Orders by
mail will receive prompt attention.
chas. Mcdonough.
myi6-tc
New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new goods
consisting in part of
3DI31T   O-OOODS,
Clothing,
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection of
Groceries and Provisions
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stone building,Columbia
street. myi6-tc.
aa major
Importer and dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
NOTICE.
For sound, useful household goods try
WM. RAE'S
Next door to Colonial Hotel.
4
Groceries,  Provisions, Crockery and
Glassware*   A large and well
selected stock of
DRESS GOODS,
In the newest materials.
Prints. Sheetingft,
Flannels, tweeds, etc. A complete
line of
Dents' Furnishing Goods,
And Clothing of first-class quality
and fashionable style.   A
full line of
BOYS' CLOTHING
The stock is new and will be sold at
CHEAP rates. mytG-tc.
NOTICE.'*
ALL PERSONS ARK HKRKBY
cautioned against cutting or removing timber of any kind f nmi off lands
hold by tho Hastings Sawmill Company,
aa parties doing bo without permission
will bo prosecuted.
RICHD. H. ALEXANDER.
lint raid lidot, II, C,
12th Doo,, 1882. dolO
NE"W
CoodS
Brussels Carpets,
'Tapistry Carpets,
Wool Carpets,
Lace Curtains,
Tapistry Curtains,
Nottingham Curtains
Black Cashmeres,
Colored Merinos,
Cashmere Twills,
Lustres and Alpacas.
White Table Damask,
Brown do,
Table Napkins,
Diapers,
Irish Linen,
Muslins (book),
Brilliants.
White Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
Brown Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
White and Unbleached
OOTTONS,
Every Quality and Price.
TOWELS.
White and Drown Tricked, Iluckaluc,
Honey-Comb and Linen.
I&T.E.-W
WM. RAE
HAS  POR  SALE 80 OB  90 TONS
FIRST-CLASS
TIMOTHY   HAY
(Well Cured and Clean)
$28 .A. TOIST,
AT     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
SPLIT & SAWN SHINGLES.
(ap7te)
New Fish Market!
H
JAMES TATFANDALE
AS JUST OPENED A NEW FISH
Murket on
FRONT STREET,
East of the Holbrook Honso, wliere will
bo found a lull supply of Fish of nil
kinds nud of tho host quality.
Purchnscs delivered in nny part of tlio
city.    A call is solicited. mh'iSto
CLOCKS
C.  M.  McNAUGTHEN
HAS JUST RUCEIVUnTHE LAKG-
est assortment of Clocks ever held
on the Mainland of British Columbia.
XlCkd Clocks, at S2.2.1 (warranted).
Beth Thomas'  Nickel Alarm, at
83.25.
All kinds cf Mantel  unil  Otlice
Clocks.
Waltham WatCllCs, coin silver cases,
from Sin Howards.
A linn assortment of Stirling Silver
JCWClry, of tlio latest designs.
Silver Plate Ware  and Optical
Goods.
Coi.UMMA STRKKT,
nu2 New Westminster, B.C.
!S.pMlII,
OPPOSITE F1MKK1I WHARF,
?i 0 N T S T R E E T,
JEW     WESTMINSTER.    .
IMl'OKTKIi ANIi DKAIjEK IX
Dry Goods, nothing,
lints nml Milliner),
Fancy Goods, Jewelry,
Hoots ninl Shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
Cigars ami Tobaccos,
Fruits and Confectionery.
Stock lnrge and well selected. All
Goods first-class, ami will lie Hold at
very low prices for cash.
inhU M. ECKSTEIN.
NEW
SPRING
GOODS
-AT-
i niton
<3s Company's.
U, LLLMIU
Sixteen Cases of
1862.
1883.
Large Stock, Best
Materials, Latest
Styles, and
Low Down Prices,
Everything in
Provisions, Crockery & Glassware
What you don't see
ask for,
And what we don't
keep we will get.
O.G. MAJOR
Importer and dealer In
GENERALMERGHANDISE
COLUMBIA
HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.
t.a.:m::e;s
dfe CO.,
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS.
Consisting of
Black and Colored
Merinos and Gash-
meres, Dress Serges
in new shades. All
wool Beige, satin,
marveilleux check
and angola chevoits.
Black Paramatta &
Persian Cords.
THE NEW
OTTOMAN
TRIMMING SILK.
-A fine line of—
Brocaded sateens,
laces and vanda striped brocades, prints,
etc. New styles in
ladies and children's
parasols. A large lot
of new neckwear, silk
ties, scarfs and collarettes, ribbons and
laces.
T. R. PEARSON A CO.,
-Importeiw AN11 Dealbiis in-
Books & Stationery,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
Sooth Side of Columbia St.,
New   Westminster   B, C.
The largest and beat-selected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland uf British Columbia,
comprising History, Poetry, Biography,
Science, l lotion, and General Literature.
A full stock of tlie Seaside library just
received, including tho latest imiubcu.
School Books*
AU the authorised books for Public and
High Schools. Also, School Kcijuisites
in groat variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, oto.
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes and qualities.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is Vory complete, and
as the goods have been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
those of any other establishment in tho
Province. Foolscap Papers, Letter Papers, Note Papers, Bill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, nnd other Papers. Some beautiful
designs in Fancy Note Papers from London and Paris. An immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colore and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A very large variety of Fancy Goods always on bund, to which additions arc being constantly made.
GENERAL
1}
WE HAVE NOW THE
most extensive stock
to be found in the Province,
consisting of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots mid Shoes,
Groceries and Provisions,
Patent Medicines., Hardware,
Agricultural Implements,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp
Stock, Paints, Oils, Ship
Chandlery and Stores, Stoves
and Tinware, Plumbers'
Goods, Plaster,Cenient, Lime,
&c, &c.
Orders for the above solicited. Prices cut low. Terms
Cash.
April Oth, 1888. n->7
A splendid assortment of
new shades and styles in ladies' and children's silk Lisle,
and Taffatn Gloves. A full
line of quilts, towels, table
cloths and covers, ticks, lace
curtains, Nottingham lace,
flannels, printed and plain
sheetings in all widths, Denims, Canton flannels, check
ginghams. A splendid assortment of ladies' and children's and gents'
NEW HOSIER!,
Also :i large stock of gents'
ring
Shirts, collars, oufl's & ties.
A large lot of Brussels, Tapestry, Kiddiminster & Hemp
CARPETS,
HEARTH RUGS
-msWeCim
Cor. Columbia .and Mary Sts.,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Miscellaneous.
A very large and complete stock of miscellaneous articles such as aro usually
found in a stationery establishment.
Sliectnclt-s, Bye-Glasses,
Playing Cards, Visiting Cni-*l*t
Business Cards, Card board,
Cnrd Cases,  Vases, Gamen
Inks of all kinds,
Inkstiuuls—plain and fancy,
Photo. Alb-ants, Pictures,
Autograiih Allinms, Toys,
Scrap Honk*, Purses,
Writing Desks, Gold Pens, .
Ladles' Work Baskets,
Gentlemen's Dressing Cases
Splints, Velvet Frames, •&«., Ae.
Pianos & Organs.
Having made unusually favorable arrange
ments with some of thu leading Piano
makers in Boston, Now York, Baltl
more, ami elsewhere, we aro able to offer a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at little moro than has heretofore beon
asked for a very inferior instrument. Wo
have the exclusive agency in this Province
for the fine Pianos manufactured by Henry l'\ Miller, of lioston. A number of
tliese Pianos, imported by us, are now in
tliis eity, and they are undoubtedly this
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRICE
ever brought into this country. Wo are
nlso agents for the Knabo Pianos, tho
Steinway, the Weber, tho Docker, and
others, any ono of which we enn supply on
the most favorable terms.   Wo ara agents
in this province for tho Dominion Organ
IWh. OrgAnH (of KowmonviUe, Out.), and
W. Boll & -Go's, Organs (of Guelph,
Ont.), nnd the leading American Organs,
Persons Intending to Purchase
a Piano or Organ of any kind, Canadian-
American or Kuropcau, will Iind it to their
advantage to communicate with ns.
Sheet Music.
Tho largest assortment of Vocal and Instrumental Music to be found anywhere
ou the Mainland. Solos, duets, trios,
quartettes, choruses, both secular ami
sucrcd, A fine collection of tho very best
Piano Solos, carefully selected by some of
thu best pianists in the cast. Sheet music
sold at New York prices,
Music  Books.
Always ou hand, a good assortment of
Instruction Hooks for I'iano, Organ, Violin, etc. The now imd euluvged edition
of Richardson's Pinno Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music books,
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
in stock will be ordered promptly.
Insurance.
Wo nre agents for tho Noutii Hitman
and Mkiicantii.k ErftE 'IsauiiANOK Co.;
Capital, §10,000,000 : Losses paid, $25,-
000,000.    Also, tho CONVKpEHATIOH h]n
Association, offering the lowest rates on
the best security of any company doing
business in Canada,
T, E. PEARSON & 00.,
CtiliinililiLHt. (l-otwuuii O. (1. Mnjur'ri uml Jn'im
Cmmim*.-nut's),
New Westminster, B. 0.
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wrigltt is dangerously ill with typhoid
fever.
Instructions havo been sent from
Ottawa to hold an investigation on tho
Grappler disaster.
Mr. Win. Ross has taken up his residence in this oity, having leased his
hotel at Port Haney.
Tho now post-office building is nearly finished. The contractor expects to
hand it over this week.
At Speuce's Bridgo last Friday the
thermometer registered 115 in the
shade! How is that for high!
The str. Gertrude has been taken
off the Fraser river route. She loft
yesterday for the Stiokeen river.
lt is reportod that Mr. Dunsmuir
has purchased Mr. Dhrgle's entire interest in the coal business for $700,-
000.
Mr, W. H. Keary lost a §50 bank
note last Saturday afternoon, and tho
manner of its disappearance is very
mysterious.
The Churchman's Gazette for May ia
out. During the absence of the Bishop, the Gaselte will bo edited by Rov.
D. H. Horinck.
Mr. DeCosmos will positively uot
reduce his claim against tho government, and the government positively
refuse to pay it.
Mr. Clarke, lately arrived from Ontario, has purchased the Passmore
ranch, opposite Riverside, and will put
it under cultivation at once.
The str. Rithet made tho run from
Victoria to this port last Saturday in
0 hours and 15 minutes. We hope the
Enterprise will read this item.
Rev, A. Sheldon has resigned  his
fiosition in this diocese, and will short-
y leave to take work under the direction of the Bishop of Caledonia.
Just opened out, 4000 rolls'Wall Paper, latest designs and lovely shades—a
magnificent assortment, .Call and sec
them.—J. G. Bonte. myltftS
J. G. Bunte has received another consignment of Baby Carriages whidi lio
oilers at very low prices. mylBtS
Out of the band of 250 horses sent
over the mountains last spring by the
British Columbia Expross Co., IU nre
reported killed. The loss ia estimated
at $1,500.
What kind of fruit does tho axlotroo
boar, is a question propounded by tho
Boston Transcript, to which a Bulletin
correspondent, signing himsolf "Sniar-
ty,1' replies "a nut,"
Mr. Wright, of the Warminister
Missionary College, has loft England
for this province, and will do mission'
ary work ntnong the Frasor Rivor Indians.   He is expected in June.
Littlo Charley Major fell off a fence
last Saturday and landed head down
on tho sidewalk. Wo nre glad to know
that although considerably hurt the
little fellow is able to run about.
The Bishop of New Westminstor
will shortly leavo for an extended tour
through the interior) extending ap far
ns Cariboo. He does not expect to return until some timo itt September,
Mr, Trothcwey hns taken up a new
location a short distance beyond St.
Mary's Mission. He explored tho
country for about 15 miles back from
the river, and reports tho land splon-
did for farming purposes,
Weather continues charming. There
was a Blight fall uf rain on Sunday,
whioh was very welcome. The season
has been unusually favorable fur agricultural oporntions, and farmers nro
very hopeful of heavy crops.
We are informed that Messrs. Haney, McKcnny and Isaac, who obtained licences from tho Maplo Ridgo Licensing Court, somo months ago,
have recoived notico that they aro liable to severe penalties if thoy continue
selling liquor.
Mr. A. C. Wells, of Chilliwhack,
met with nn accident ono day last
week. While engaged in raising a barn
a piece of the timber fell on his head,
tho blow rendering him insensible.
We are pleased to learn that the injury
is not serious.
A new Pacific railroad enterprise,
hacked by English capital is reportod
as having boon organized. It is called
the United States Central Railroad,
and is to extend from Denver to San
Francisco—ah out 1,200 miles. Tho
■took will bo issued $50,000 per milo
and $40,000 iu bonds. Seven railroad
charters in different States nnd Territories have beon secured by tho pro-
motors of this new scheme, who intend to consolidate nil of them. Work
a\\ the fond iH to begin this spring.
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Tho adoption ef Kicking Horso Pass,
In the Rooky Mountains, shortens the
C, P. R. 110 mites. Tlm minister of
railways states tlmt the cost of the
mad will not exceed his estimate one
■ingle cont, and that by the timo of its
completion the government will havo
derived 858,000.000 from salo of lands,
, etc., whioh, with tho land grant to the
syndicate, will cover tho entire expenditure of tho mad, thus practically
giving a Canadian rond, connecting
tho Atlantic with the Pacific, without
adding ono cent to tho burden of taxation,
Tub. Scientific Pahtv.—The four
gentlemen who went up rivor Saturday
last on a scientific oxpeditioii returned
by the Rithet on Monday. They were
completely successful, having fully accomplished the purpose of their expedition.
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Correction. — Tho publio school
teacher of Langley Prairie writes to
suy that he has had neither measles
nor whooping-cough although several
of his pupils have had both, and the
school had to tako a brief vacation on
that account, Tho teacher is to be
congratulated upon tho miseries he has
escaped.
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Prorogued.— The Legislature was
prorogued last Saturday afternoon.
The session has been unusually long,
but thero has been some important legislation. The chief feature of tho
session is, of courso, the settlement of
the questions in disputo botween the
provincial nnd federal governments.
Upon this settlement the country has
every reason to congratulate itself.
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The Victoria.—Tho steamship Victoria arrived from San Franoisco on
Sunday morning with 0 passengers and
about 200 tons of froight. She left on
Monday afternoon for Nanaimo,
whence sho will go to Portland. From
that port sho sails for Alaska, to take
tho place uf the wrecked steamship
Eureka. She will probably not return
to this port before July.
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Extra Copies.—A number of extra
copies of this issue havo beeu sent to
persons who hnve not been subscribers.
Those who receive them may be supplied regularly by remitting tho amount
of subscription to this office. As a
special inducement we mnke this offer:
On receipt uf $1.50 the paper will be
sent to any address until the end of
this year ; or, for $2.00, it will be delivered in the city for the same period,
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The Eacjle Pass Party.—Among
tho passengers who wont up on the str,
Rithet on Saturnay night was a party
of twenty men, in chargo of Engineer
Choice, on their way to Eagle Pass,
wliere they will at once begin tho wagon road from Shuswap Lake to the
Columbia River. Tho road will be
about 45 miles long, and the promoters expect to havo it completed in
about a yoar. This, it will bo remembered,is n part of tho .work undertaken
by the Kootenay and Columbia Transportation Co.
The Bazaar.—Tho sale of work,
held lost Monday under thu auspices
of tho ladies of Holy Trinity Church,
was very successful. Most of tho articles offered for salo wore useful aa well
as ornamental, and the gross proceeds
amounted to about §325, Wo are informed that ono young man whose parents aro absont from the country invested vory largely in table linen and
othor articles wliich bachelors do not
usually indulgo iu. Coming events
sometimes cast their shadows beforo
them. In the evoning there was music, which added considerably to tho
attractions.
Pitt River Bridoe.—A short timo
ago wo mentioned that one of the piers
of the railway bridge across Pitt Rivor
had risen some inches, ami wo expressed n doubt concerning the success of
the work. Last week the pier camo
up bodily and went down the stream.
We understand that it has been decided to fill tho piers with stones to
keep them down; but inasmuch as
theso piers are composed of piles driven
into the soft bottom, without anything
to bind them bolow water, we still
doubt the stability uf the structure.
As the piers aro long and do not run
witli tho current, the water may undermine thein and thoy will spread so
as to lot out the stone ballast. Wo believe the wholo plan is a mistake.
Police Court.—On Saturday Jas,
D. Barry was brought boforo the polico
magistrate charged with having in his
possession a pick nud shovel, the property of tho corporation of New Westminster, knowing thom to hnve been
stolon. The ovideuce clearly showed
thnt tho pick and shovel hnd been
stolen Inst November, and thnt prisoner became possessed of them under
circumstances which rendered him
liable, Tho prisoner made a speech in
which he said his partner stole the
property, and he had merely kept it
in his house. Sentenced to ti mos. at
hard labor. A number of drunks wero
fined the usual penalties. On Monday
.las. Arthur was convicted of selling
liquor to Indians, Sentence deferred.
We hope the police magistrate will not
accept tho sentence of tlio magistrates
in tho McLean case as a precedent.
SmiTiNu Items,—Str. Enterprise
for Victoria Saturday morning ; str.
Dunsmuir for Nanaimo, and strs. Irving and Gertrude for Yalo. Steamer
Rithet arrivod from Victoria Saturday
night at 7:30, and proceeded to Yalo.
Stoumship Victoria"from San Francisco
Sunday. On Monday str. Rithet arrived from Yule at 0:40a.m., and proceeded to Viotoria ; str. Gertrude from
Yale at 3 p.m., and atr. Irving nt 7.
Steamship Victoria loft for Nanaimo
nt5:30. Yesterday str. Gertrude left
forStickueu River; str, Rithet arrived
from the* gulf at 11:40, having ou board
McLeltaiiB tie camp, which is being
transferred from Salt Spring Island to
Pitt Rivor. Sho left in tlio afternoon
for Port Moody, to tako on rails for
Maple Ridge. Str. Evangel arrived
from Seattle yesterday afternoon, at
6:30, and str., Louiso from Victoria at
5:10.
The Ohilcotins. — Suporintonent
Todd came down on tho Rithet last
Monday,havingBuccocdud iu capturing
tho murderouH Ohileotins. Thoro were
only two Indians engaged in the mns-
Bacro, and the two victim;! wero Chinamen. It is In-liuved, however, that
those fellows meant moro mischief.
It appeal's that both thoir fathom were
hanged for tho massacre of 1804, and
they woro determined to be avenged
on the whites. They merely killed
the two Chinamen to work up their
tum-tmns beforo making an attack on
tho whito suttlo'rs, Mr. Todd gives
much praise to Animhum, tho head
cluof of tho tribe, and Messrs. RokwoII
and English for tho part they took in
capturing the Indians. The two warriors hod asked another Indian named
Conn to join thom in their intendod
massacre. Conn is n very powerful
man, but instead of going on tho war
path de decoyed tho two murderers on
tho pretense of gutting ammunition,
and secured thoir capture. Thoy both
confessed, and were committed for trial
at Clinton.
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August Flowor and German Syrup, 75
cents, nt Herring's drug store. ■
City Council. - Council mot on
Monday night. Present, His Worship
the Mayor und Co tins. Deane, Dickinson, Curtis, Ferris, Johnston, and Elliott. A good deal of business was
transacted of no special interest to the
publio, Mr. Calbiok's claim on account of Columbia st. extension waa
settled by note bearing 1 per cent, per
mouth. Capt. Pedes account of 85
for services at last election was paid.
The assessment by-law wus passed.
The mayor was instructed to ascertain
from the city solicitor whether it was
lawful to play billiards, bowling, and
other games openly on Sunday; also,
to enforce the law respecting boisterous games on Sunday within the city
limits. The sum of $50 was placed in
the hands of the Board of Works for
repairs and drains. Tho committee on
water frontages reported, and on motion the rent of water lots was raised
to §100 each, Council adjourned til!
noxt Friday afternoon at 3 o'cloek.
MUMalMngei-b
In the Houao of Commons, on the
10th ult., Hon. Mr. Caron, minister
of militia, made n statement of the
policy of tho govornment with respect
to the militia force in this province.
Hu said, in substance,, that tho intention was to place in British Columbia
a battery of artillery, which will also
be a school of instruction; nnd to turn
tho.Wholo furco in British Columbia
into artillery, Wlfcn tho battery has
been organized, the commandant of
the school of artillery will become deputy adjutant general, nud will tako
charge of the whole district. In the
mean time the district is to be under
command of Major Holmes, who, the
minister says, "is one of tho best officers we havo trained in our military
schools." Tho battery in British Columbia will be known as "C. Battery,"
Nothing waa said to indicate the exact
time at which the proposed chaugo
will be mado.
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A Runaway Stage.
Spence'8 Bridge, Mny 9th—Yoster-
day afternoon, while the 11. C. express
stage was Hearing tho 83-milo Houao,
above Clinton, the horses became
frightened at something on the road
and ran away. Police Superintendent
Todd, who was en route for Clinton,
with the Chiicotin Indian murderers,
was thrown into a lake alongside the
road aud escaped with a wotting. H.
Booth, of Cariboo, was severely injured oh the head, but not seriously
onough to prevent his continuing his
journey to Victoria. Ono of tho Indian prisoners, although handcuffed
aud ironed, attempted to escape to the
woods. He had gone about one hundred yards, and covered himself with
tho brushwood, but the sharp eyes of
Suporintendont Todd noticod a piece
of liis red shirt along the brush, and
recaptured him. Prisouers wero heavily ironed aud locked up in Clinton
jail to await trial at the coming utfdzea,
Weathor continues very warm. Thermometer on Monday last 93 degrees iu
tho shade, and to-day 88. Thompson
Rivor iB steadily rising, but no very
high water is anticipated  this season,
The Opposition on tite Policy.
Mr. Beaven made a long and wearisome speech on tho policy. He was,
ns usual, sophistical and iunccurnto.
To illustrate :—Ho admitted that the
dock would coat8760,000-or 8250,000
more than tho subsidies. But, said ho,
supposo it ahould cost (as the premier
haa said) $800,000, tho province would
only havo to pay interest at 6 por cent.
(83,000 per annum) on $50,000. Ho
ignored the fact that, nt 6 per cent.,
the further sum of $250,000 would add
$18,000 more to interest account, and
swell it to 821,000 per annum. Mr.
Beaven never appears to as bad
an advantage as when he dabbles with
figures. The day before he disgusted
the whole House by declaring that the
Elliott govornment plunged the country $700,000 in debt, when the fact
was at once demonstrated by the premier, from official records, that the
debt was incurred to pay off tho Wal-
kem-Bcnven government's indebtedness. Mr. Armstrong was wishy-
washy and boisterous, Mr, Helgesen
mado the only notewortay speech in
opposition to the policy. This gentleman seems to bu of opinion that the
Dominion government intend to make
fast to tho dry dock and tow it off to
Eastern Canada. Ho spoke as if he
already huars the "ye-ho I" of the sailors, aa thoy haul away on tho ropes.—
Colonist,
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Massacre at l-)Uoii.
HuHii'ranh AhkiihK on lhe Chlm-M1.
On Monday, tho 7th inst., thero was
sumo trouble iu Chinese gang No, 37,
which resulted in bloodshed and death.
It seouis that there wns a disagreement
between the whito foreman and the
Chinese book-man about two men,
whose time tho foreman refused to allow. Tho Chinaman called the foreman a liar, and tho latter stooped
down to pick up a rook, Tho whole
gang thon got stones nud began to
throw at tho foreman, Some white
mon camo tu tho assistance of tho
foreman. They wont among tho Chinese, with pick handles and other implements, and thero wns a free light.
Several of the Chinamen wero severely
hurt,one whitemaii having his hoad cut
with a shovel. That night, when tho
Chinameii had gone to cainp, about 20
white roughs from Oroyon armed themselves with pick handles aud made an
assault on the Chinese camp. Tho
Chinese tied tor their lives, but every
one who was caught the roughs beat in
a shucking way with their clubs. One
Chinaman was killed, and three others,
the Chinese doctor says, will die. Mr.
Todd, superintendent, uf police, held
an inquest on thu dead mnu, but, ns it
was quite dark whou tho assault was
made, none of the raiders could be
identified, Mr. Todd says it was a
most brutal affair. The feeling against
Chinamen seems to he vory hittornbout
Lytton, and it is feared there will be
mure trouble. It is said that tho white
doctor absolutely refused to do anything for thu wounded Chinamen unless Mr. Todd would first givo him
$100. We hope theso men may yot bo
identified and mado to suffer for their
crime.
Roping llicm In.
AiMllier Indian «Ul*-'(i'j In-,--,
Constable Sharpe, of Port Moody,
sooiuh to bo doing excellent work in
the interest of law and order. Last
Saturday ho ran in McLean, of Pitt
River, on a charge of selling liquor to
Indians. This is Mr. Shurpo's third
victim since hit appointment, and in
every caso he has secured u conviction.
McLean's offence was committed on
Sunday, the 2'Jlh April. The case was
heard by Messrs. VV. D. Ferris and
(i.C, Webster, J. Ps., and thu witnesses wore two Indians named Innis
and AHc, and Constable Sharpe. McLean pleaded not guilty. Tho Indians
testified that on tho Sunday mentioned
they wont up Pitt Rivor to see somo
friends at f he tie camp. On their ro
turn iu tho afternoon they were out
side McLean's, and ho hailed them
aud asked them to como in and have a
drink. They went iu and had each a.
glass of beer for whicli they paid 20
cts. Then AHc wanted a bottle, and
McLean sold him a bottle of rye whiskey for $1. They thon left for their
camp und drunk the whiskey, with the
usual result. Both Indiana stated very
clearly that McLean firat aakod them
to drink, Innes, who seemed to be
a very intelligent Indian, said ho
wuuld not have asked fur liquor, bo-
cause he did not usually drink nnd ho
know it was against tho law for him to
do it. But ho yielded to McLean's
invitation. Constable Sharpe said that
after arresting McLean and warning
him to mako no statement which he
did not want used against him, Mo-
Loan admitted the charge and said he
would ploud guilty in court. In consequence uf thia confession ho had not
summoned two whito witnesses who
could testify to thu offence. The
magistrates imposed a fine of 850, or
one mouth's imprisonment in caso of
default.
from Yale
fC'irr-*8|-i.t]i,--ii-:e ot tliu Cntuiiililim.)
The stabbing case, which I reportod
to you briefly last week, came up before Mr. Dowdnoy, J. P., on Wednesday. It seems that Walsh and Logan
hud a dispute about a half-dollar.
They had both been drinking pretty
freely and the dispute ended in Walsh
stabbing Logan twice—oh the arm and
below tho shoulder. The wounds are
serious, but may not bo fatal. Walsh
wag committed for trial.
tially will have a large exhibit. Of
South American countries the display
of Chili alone is noticeable. All the
British colonies and possessions are
represented, especially Canada, wliich
shows the whole process of artificial
pisciculture and fish frozen sinco hut
July. Interest in this section will be
greatly enhanced when tho exhibits of
British Columbia arrive. Newfoundland displays a complete series of nets,
oils, etc. It ia estimated the exhibits
of America exceed those of the whole
cont incut of Europe.
EXCLUSIVE  DESPATCHES TO THE COLUMBIAN.
From Burrard inlet.
(Correspondence of tlio Columbian.)
Those health aud pleasure seekers
who are wont to spend the' summer
months by the seaside at Hustings will
find things changed thia season. That
beautiful sylvan retreat ia turned into
a hog ranch. The bathing beech is
reeking with the blood of slaughtered
cattlo, while the invigorating sen air,
wliich in former years was the chief
agency in heightening the rose tint on
the cheeks of city damsels, is now impregnated with thu stench of slaughterhouse offal. But all this is the progress of civilization, and before its advancing footsteps health und pleasure
must give way, and, in this instance,
seek a more favored retreat.
From Port Moody.
(CurreqKHiiIeiicuof the Ilrltiiili ColiiD.bli.ii.)
It is sought to saddle this sufficiently
whiskey-cursed community with anothor licensed groggery, which all well-
disposed citizens earnestly deprecate
and rely on the good sense of the
licensing magistrates effectually to prevent. By the way, is there not a fed-
oral law in forco forbidding the sale of
intoxicants within a milo of any Dominion railway in course of construction, and if so, is uot the granting of
licenses for such sale ultra vires of any
local board 1 Friend Sharpe is magnifying both his name and office, and his
presence is exorcising n most wholesome influence here. It is safe to
assert that undor proper advice the
Dominion law will receive his "serious
consideration," and perhaps bo the
means of ridding Port Moody of an
establishment that would be far better
appreciated as a memory than ns a
possess io ii.
 —«-**"■	
News by Telegraph.
Tho ('renin ot Ilie 11'••■•>■■ I fit ih.
Danville, 111., May 2.—Tho Council lost night fixed tho yearly saloon
license at $000. To-day nll the saloon
keepers refused to pay the amount,
and closed their places, A large number of citizens signed a cal] for u public meeting for the purpose of urging
tho Council to raise the license to
$1000, whon the saloon men yielded
nud agreed to pay tho $000.
Salt Lake, May 2.—A few days ago
A. F.. Due, a Scandinavian farmer,
brutally beat one of his numerous
wives, a young woman who wus married to hiin lust August. Tho newspapers took the cuso up and compelled
the Mormon polico to arrest Due, who
was, however, discharged by a Mormon
Justice. Tho woman was not pleased
with the turn affairs took, und wont
before the United States Commissioner
this morning and entered complaint,
charging him wiili polygamy. Ho was
arrested, und waiving examination was
held in $25,000 bail to await tho action
of tho grand jury. The wiso precaution was taken to place the dissatisfied
wife, her sister aud anothor of Due's
wives, under bonds, us witnesses. This
is one of thu remarkably fow coses
wliere Mormon women havo entered
complaint against thoir husbands. Yesterday a Deputy United States Marshal undertook to serve a subpama on
tho polygamous John Cotmully, under
indictment for polygamy, whon Connolly forcibly ejected tho officer from
the premises, somewhat bruising him.
Coi-nolly wus subsequently arrest«d
and held in bonds for resisting an
officer.
San Fhanuisco, Muy 4.—The light
mins of lust night wore favorable to
tho wheat crop. Prosont prospects,
with au increased acreage, are that
California will have 1,100,000 tons of
wheat for export noxt your. Efforts
aro being made to secure tho building
on this coast of thu now coast survey
steamer for Alaska, tho steamer for
which Congress appropriated $100,000.
Senator Miller has hnd plans and
specifications forwarded to tho navy
yard at Mure iBlnnd, It is believed
that tho vessel could be built on this
coast cheaper than East, whon tho cost
of bringing hor hero is considered.
Dhnvri*, May 8.—The severest hail
storm over known in the West occurred
at noon to-day. Tho storm was accompanied by terrific thuiidor and
lightning and lasted fully an hour.
Hailstones measuring au inch in di-
umoter wore six inches doep iu the
streets. Thu fruit crop no doubt was
ruined,
London, May 8.— Arrangements for
the Universal Fisheries Exhibition will
Hot bo completed by the opening day,
May 12, Spaces not in proper ordor
at tho timo will bo covered with flngs.
All tho European exhibits, except tliose
of Russia, havo arrived, Among the
countries best represented nre Italy,
Belgium, Holland, Sweden and Norway.   Russia ib backward, but event-
London, May 12.—Long before noon
the 23 acres of buildings at Kensington
occupied by the international fisheries
exhibition wore filled with spectators.
Tho' general effect was grand and imposing, notwithstanding much tliat
was unfinished. Tho royal party arrived at 12:10, and were much interested with tho exhibit from the United
States and Canada, Tho Duko of
Richmond read an address to which
tho Prince of Wales replied, aftor which
the exhibition was formally opened.
The prince expressed regret at tne unavoidable absence of the queon. Count
do Chambord is dangerously ill,
Seattle, May 13.—Tlie steamship
Mississippi waa burned to the water's
edge this morning while taking on
cool. Nothing whatever waa saved,
and one life was lost. Many of the
crow had to jump overboard to save
themselves. The fire originated in
an oil room, and spread with fearful
rapidity. The ship could not get away
from tho wharf, which was also burnt.
The loss on vessel is $100,000, and
$60,000 on wharf, covered by insur-
ano. No more coal can be shipped for
Beveral dayB, until a new wharf lias
boon erected. Several persons wore
injured by tlie fall of the wharf.
Ottawa. May 13.—The defenceless
state of British Columbia has been
again brought prominently to the notice of the imperial government by the
recent Indian and Chinese troubles.
Sir A. T. Gait has been informed by
the admiral that it is not the intention
to retain a ship of war permanently at
Esquimalt, that being contrary to the
custom in other parts of tiie world;
but an ordor liad been given to the
commander-in-chief on the Pacific station to cause the appearance of vessels
at uncertain intervals, as this, it was
considered, would tend to prevent lawlessness more than the permanent presence of a small vessel. The Times,
commenting on tho reluctance shown
by the imperial govornment to accede
to the demand, says: "This is cold
comfort for British Columbia, and the
only haven of security for lior is the
embrace of the American republic.
The Pacific province is a neglected
stop-daughter and in the courso of time
she will come to the United States."
Toeonto, May 14.—Almost tho entire village of Leamington was destroyed by fire this morning. Loss, 8150,-
000.
Dublin, May 14.—Brady was hanged this morning. The crowd outside
tho jail numbered (100,000, but there
was no attempt at disturbance. Brady
made no statement.
Capetown, May 14.—Then has been
a general rising in Basutoland, and
considerable fighting on all sides.
Quiet 1ms been finally restored.
Kansas City, May 14. — Terrible
cyclones have again caused immense
damage to property and tho loss of
many livos iu this state.
PROVINCIAL LEGISLATURE.
FIRST SESSION OF THE FOURTH PARLIAMENT.
We have not room for a report of the
debate ou the tonus of agreement, but
shall content ourselves with giving the
speeches of the two members for this
district, which, we believe, embody the
lending facts and fairly represent the
opinion of the mainland on this ques
tiou:
Hon, Mr, Robson said the questions
involved in this bill had agitated the
country for years. They had boen made
test questions at the recent general election. This was the most important measure that had been brought before the
legislature since confederation. Tiie
member for New Westminster city had
expressed surprise that no minister roso
in reply to him. It would be difficult
to reply to nothing. That honorable
gentleman had made a wild statement
that the Dominion government was prepared to throw open the railway lands
until Mr. Trutch went to Ottawa, when
thew drew back, The fact was that Sir
John Macdonald refused to conic to any
understanding with regard to the lauds
at all with tho representatives of tho
province until all the questions in dis-
(rato woro settled. Tho speech of the
ouder of tho opposition would have beeu
an admirable one if it had been based on
facts. Ho (hon. Mr. Robson) maintained
that Sir John Macdonald had said that
tho repeal of the island railway lands act
relieved tho Dominion government of its
obligation to build thu liuo. He (Mr.
Robson) agreed with him. There wore a
year ago two rival companies contoiuling
for tho island railway franchise. The
one was represented by a local capitalist,
who had come toa perfect undet-stauding
with tho Dominion government to build
tbe line; tlie othor was represented iu
the lobby of this house liy Dennis Jordan, a man who could not raise $500
whore he was known for any purpose.
Jordan got a bill passed with tlie understanding that the island line should be
built for the land subsidy. That scheme
failed, It was only got up for the purpose of selling the franchise which no
one would buy from him. It was therefore folly to say the island line could bo
built for the lands alone. The Dominion government have a substantial company standing ready to build tho lino;
and they have a second company ulso
ready. They aro therefore disposed to
drive a hard bargain, and to pay as littlo
of the $750,000 as they can help. He
noxt referred to the dry dock as a groat
white elephant which was sucking the
life-blood out of the provinoo—absorbing
money whioh ought to be laid out ou
roads uud bridges, The unanimous cry
in his district at tho last election was,
■'got rid of the dry dock! Stop itl Even
if what had been expended on it was
lost—stop it)" The present government
is in a position to not only stop the
montli of the white elephant, but thoy
are prepared to restore every dollar it
had absorbed to tho provincial treasury.
(Cheers), Mr, Robson next reforml to
the folly of sending home a "missionary" to ask the admiralty to give what
might have been got by correspondence.
Well, this missionary displayed great
persistency nnd he got an additional
grant of £20,000 from the admiralty towards building the dock; but in return
for that addition of £20,000 what did he
do ? Ho consented to an alteration of
the plana so that the dock would cost tho
province £400,000 moro than was originally intended, Tlie imperial government had not dealt vory liberally with
British Columbia. To bo sure they had
asked tlio Dominion government to do
certain    things   for   British Columbia
which Canada did not do; but the imperial authorities had never shown any
liberality on their own port. Wc had
waited for years for the Dominion government to throw the railway lands opon,
but they had taken the position that
they would do so when tho province had
met thein in a spirit of liberality. To
Bay that wo were giving away the public
domain for no valuable consideration,
was nonsense. The lands wero being
placed in the bauds of the Dominion
government who would people them,
build roads through them, or moke them
revenue-producing to the province a
quarter of a century sooner than they
could otherwise bo mado available. The
Dominion cannot take those lands away
out of tbe province. They cannot people
them without benefitting British Columbia and all the people iu it, Of all the
funny speeches lie had ever heard in ids
life, that of the junior member for Cariboo (Mr. McLeese), was the most grotesque, He had argued on both sides of
the question and the weight of liis argu
incut, although be did not mean it, was
in favor of the bill. Referring again to
tlie dry dock he showed that no company
could be found to build it for a guarantee of fivo per cent. Ho further demonstrated that it would cost at least 81,-
000,000. Now, as to the charge that the
government proposed to give away the
dock: In 1878 Mr. DoCoamos offered tho
dock subsidies to the admiralty if they
would build It as an Imperial work.
Coining down to February, 1878, he
found that tlie dock site with all its ap-
Surteiiancos waB offered as a free gift to
ie Imperial government. Tliis offer included the Canadian subsidy. The province had spent $150,000 on the dock at
that time, aud Messrs. Walkem, Beaven,
Humphreys, Armstrong and Galbraith
offered to give everything away, including, of course, the amount that had been
expended on the work. This government propose to receive back from the
Dominion government evory dollar that
has been expended on the dock. We
yet the dock built and operated and enjoy all the benefits therefrom without a
dollar of expense to the provincial government. Mr, Morris estimates that the
dock would cost $750,000; Mr. Mitchell,
an experienced dock engineer, says tliat
ittfill cost $1,600,000 If carried onus
the late government proposed to carry it
on. Tliat load would have dragged the
country into bankruptcy had the lato
government been allowed to retain their
seats. The land grant was not such an
enormous thing as was represented. The
act of 1875 gave a 40-mile belt to the
Dominion government. Squatters' rights
were not respected and there was no stipulation that the land should bo sold at
i?I an acre to actual settlers. These interests wero carefully guarded in the
present bill and the amigement was calculated to benefit the province largely.
{Mr. Beaven here said that he had not
voted for giving the dry dock to the
Imperial government in 1878. There
was no division). Mr. Robson replied
that the vote was unanimous and no division was had. Afterwards Mr. Humphreys (then provincial secretary) signed
an Order-in-Council offering tho dock,
and in that order he said tliat the vote
of tlio house on the subject was unanimous. Mf. Beaven said the order was
drawn up by the Elliott government.
Mr. Robson retorted that it .was not.
The hon. gentleman would have us believe that his late colleague, Mr. Humphreys, bad placed his official signature
to a lie and that tho lie was reiterated by
the lieutenant-governor, He was shocked
at the hon, gentleman's denial when the
facts were all against him. A great deal
had been said about the humiliation of
the province. This government had acknowledge-1 that it was unable to carry
on the dry dock to completion at a cost
of $1,500,000. There was no humiliation
in trying to get rid of a disastrous bargain which was pressing this fine provinco out of existence. The "Fight Canada" policy was a foolish aud disastrous
policy.. The late government bad fought
Canada until it hadn't a hair, so to
speak, left on ita.head. This government was elected to inaugurate a policy
of peace, and thoy had effected an honorable peace. The province had fought
Canada for years and years and grew
poorer and poorer all the tunc. The
policy of this government was based on
an honorable peace which no British Columbian need be ashamed of. At this
moment negotiations were going on with
Canada for tlie inauguration of a great
immigration scheme. Those gentlemen
(the late government) had sat iu their
offices and fought Canada while the country went litterally to the dogs. This
government intended to pursue a course
that would place British Columbia in
tlie front ranks of the confederation as
its brightest and fairest and most prosperous province.
Mr, Orr said lie did uot like the bill
altogether, but in the main he intended
to support it. A great cry liad been
made about giving away public lands,
but wc were only giving away a small
Eortion of land which, until this' bill was
rought in, fow honorable members
knew wo owned. A railway would be
built by the Dominion into the Peace
river country and the lands we should
still hold would be brought to market.
He believed the Dominion government
would do all in their power to open the
railway lands. The dry dock has been
a burden from the commencement.
Nearly all the revenue of the province
had beeu poured into it for years. Roads
and bridges bad iu consequence gone to
decay and would require as much to
place them in order again as it did to
build them at first. The leader of tho
opposition aud bis colleagues now in opposition, in Feb., 1S7S, bad voted to
?resent the dock as a free gift to . the
mperial .government. The dock was
not more than one-third completed and
tho cost so far had been nearly $500,000.
The government were doing a good
work in getting rid of the (lock, Tlie
mainland was unanimously in favor of
getting rid of the dock, lhe late government iu 1880 had passed an net which
made the province liable to finish the
dock at any cost. Ho would havo great
pleasure in supporting tho bill now before tbe house.
The bill was passed nn the following
vote:
Avks—Smithe, Robson, Davie, Drake,
Martin, Allen, Dunsmuir, Dingwall,
Wilson, Raybould, Setnliu, Pooley,
Cowan, John, MoTavish, Orr—10.
Noes—Beaven, A rmttrong, McLeese,
Helgesen, Duck—fi.
QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY
By invitation of the corporation and citizens of Nanaimo, the fine steamer
PRINCESS LOUISE
Cupt. McCuUough, will leave Irving's
wharf at 7 on tlie morning of
THE24thOFMAY1883
FOR NANAIMO.
Returning, will leave Nanaimo about 2
o'clock a. m. ou the 25th, calling
at Ladner(s Lauding going & returning.
EXCELSIOR BRASS BAND
Will be in attendance.   No Bar for the
sale of intoxicating liquor will
bo allowed  on lioard.
Tickets for the Round Trip
Can be obtained from any member ol tho
following committee in New West-
minster: Mayor Edmonds, Coun-
clllor Forrls, Councillor Elliott. Wm. Moresby or
J. C. Armstrong.
Tickets for Gentlemen 82 00 each
Tickets for Ladies  1 00 each
Tickets for Children.     60 each
All persons are requested to be on
board at a quarter to 7 o'clock a. m.
sharp.   By order of the Committee.
WM. MORESBY, Seo'y.
New WcBtlninster, May 7th, 1883.
myB-td.
D. S. CDKTO. a. OLABK, M. D.
CLEVELAND'S "flOTELT
OUSTOM HOUSE SQUARE,
COLUMBIA STREET.  • HEW WESTHIMTU:
Meal flail
l&flmAii
DIRECT IMPORTERS
And wholesale and retail dealers in
Drngs&Cheinicals,
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
DYE STUFFS,
Lamps and Lamp Hoods, etc.
THIS FINE NEW HOUSE HAS
been fitted up and ia now open for
a limited number of guests. Fint-claat
boarding by the day or week at moderate
prices.
J. E, CLEVELAND,
ap7to Proprietor.
NOTICE.
British Columbia Express
Goiapany, Limited.
AFTER' THIS DATE ALL PACK.
ages, parcels, money remittances,
and other express matter shipped through
us for way points between Viotoria and
Barkerville where the Company have no
regular agents muat be prepaid,
FRANK S. BARNARD,
Manager.
Fkki). Homer,
Agent, New Westminster.
Victoria, I2th April, 1883. aplSml
NOTICE
STEAMERS OF THE
coa*ti>.AJsr3r
(LIMITED),
Carrying H. M. Mails and
B. 0. Express,
LEAVE IBVING'B WHARF
FOB VICTORIA:
WeilSeKDAYS Hid SATOBDAYS at 7 S.lll.
FOR ¥ALE ft WAT PORTS:
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7«.m.
For Freight or Puaage apply at the
Office.
THOS. L. BRIOOS,
apl Ito
DRUG APPRENTICE WASTED.
A BOY ABOUT 15 YEARS OLD
wanted as an apprentice to the drag
isiness.   Apply to
A. M. HERRING,
Druggist and Chemist,
Hev Westminster, B. O., Sd May, '83.
Sole Agents ior
"SKID GREASE."
ADVH'K TO M<mil Its.
Arc you disturbed nt night and broken
of your rost by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth ? If
bo, scud at once and get a bottle of Mies.
WiKsr-ow's Sootiiinu Svnrr for Child-
bkn* THKTiiraa. Its value is incalculable,
It will relieve tho poor little sufferer immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
there is no mistake about it. It cures
dysentery and. diarrhoea, regulates tlio
stomach and bowels, cures wind colic,
softeus the gums, reduces inflammation,
and gives tone aud energy to tho wholo
system. Mrs, Winslow'S Soothino
Svmir for Childrkn Tbething is pleasant to tho taste, and is tho proscription
of one of tlio olilest nnd best female physicians and nurses in the United .States,
and is for sale hy nll druggists throughout the world. Price 25 cents n bottle.
(ap4ootly)
Mew Spring -Goods!
MRS.   STRANG
BEGS TO INFORM HER FRIENDS
that sho has recoived her stock of
FANCY   GOODS!
—ALSO—
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
SEADYMADE CLOTHING
COLUMBIA STREET,
One donr from Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMIN8TER, B, C.
my9-tc.
GIRL WANTED
TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK
in a small family.   Applyto
MRS. D. ROBSON,
aplSto Agnos St.
;w, Kcimlol nprlHau lat Lwe* u . .cue. muuj
THE REMEDY FOR CURING
CONSUMPTION,   COUGHS,
COLDS, ASTHMA,  CROUP,
All Ulscim-s of the Throat, Lungs
and Pulmonary Organs.
BY ITS FAITHFUL USK
CONSUMPTION HAS BEEN CURED
When othor Remedies and  Physicians
have failed to effect a cure.
Recommended   by Physicians, Minis-
thus and NVJWBS,   In fact by every-
holy who has given it a good
trial,  It never thiln io bring
relief.
As an EXPECTORANT it has no Equal.
lt Ib hnriulcss to the Most Delicate Child.
jtt rout tlinu 110 OVJlfM iii uiig I'orm,
*3ri)irectioiis accompany each bottle.
SS~For sale by all Druggists.      op25ml
MONEY TO LEND.
I innds for Sale.
W. NORMAN DOLE, Barrister,
np'JS-Hm] Now WeBtminster.
CHEQUE LOST.
J" OST, AT PORT HANEY, ABOUT
J the 23rd April, a Cheque on the
Rank of B. C. for $134, made by A. Onderdonk in favor of the undersigned.
The Under will please return it, as it is
of no commercial value except to the
undersigned.
ap25 WM. ROSS.
REMOVAL!
Hns removed his PUBNITUHE ROOMS
to Ihe premises on Coliimlitu street lately
occupied liy Mr. 11. V. EdmomlH.
FURNITURE,
PICTURE FRAMES,
WALL PAPER, ETC.
Furniture mado to order on the prcm"
Isos, KepntrlnR promptly and neatly
done.  Atrial solicited.
my>lm] J.E. LORD.
D. B. GRANT,
Queen St., - Port Moody
 DEALER IK—
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Boots & Shoes, dec.
HAVING OPENED OUT A LARGE
assortment in the above lines, tlie
subscriber is prepared to supply the
people at the Terminus City ana else
where with everything generally found
in a first-cloM store. All goods sold at
the lowest cash prices.
-'iinipiua Ontflts or all kind..
•*Pl-»«« D. B. GRANT.
asro-rioB.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i> the Council of the Corporation of
Delta intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to establish the following publio highways within tlie Municipality of Delta iris', Commencing on the East side of
Lot 140, Group 2, at the point where the
main road bridge crosses Crescent slough;
following the *bank of said slough 40
chains in a Westerly direction; thenee 0
chains In a Northerly direction; thence
6' chains iu a Westerly direction; thenee
42 chains along the bank of the Crescent
slough in a Westerly direction; thence
about 30 chains in a nearly North
straight line to meet the Southern boundary line of Lot 20, Group 2, and having
a width of sixteen (10) feet.
2nd. Commencing at a point on
Trunk road 110 links Northerly from
the N. E. corner of All Saints Church lot,
on Lot 100, Group 2; thence running
Westerly to where said lino intersects
W. H. Ladnor's front ditch near Fraser
river; .thence Westerly on inside of said
ditch to Lot 90; thenoo following inside
of front ditch to and through Lot 54 to
the intersection of Easterly line of Wellington racking Co.'s land; thence
Southwesterly along the lino of said
Wellington Tacking Co.'a land to the
S. E. corner thereof; thenee Westerly to
the inside of front ditch of Lot.V.I on
Canoo Pass; thence following down on
tiie inside of front ditch on Canoe Pass
on Lots M and 01 A, 187, 00, and to 180;
thence through 180 South to the Gulf ot
Georgia; thence Southeasterly along the
flutf of Georgia to the North lino of the
I'hiwasson Indian reserve, and having a
widtli of iH feet.
WM. MoKEE,
Clerk Municipal Council.
Bayviow Farm, April 11,1883.   apMml
NOTICE.
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB-
sonco from the City, Mr. A, J,
Toutik will manage the busineHs of the
Holbrook House; and I hereby give no-
tice that I will be responsible for no
debts contracted without his written
order.
J. W. HENNESSY.
New West., Jan. 2, 1883. jyS
Frank Siddall's Soap
FURNISHED BY
HENRY W^HUGHES.
1THE ABOVE ARTICLE HAVING
. been tried by nearly every lady In
town with success, needs little or no de
scription, but for stranger, the following
is printed;—It does the washing for a
family in two hours; no boiling allowed;
littlo or uo rubbing on tho board; blue
not needed; doe. no harm to clothes.
Plenty of reference If desired. One bar
docs two week.' washing. The finest
soap known for face and hands, shaving,
etc. Onco used, it becomes a necessity.
Money refunded if tho above Is not true,
Tho undersigned being the first to Introduce It, respectfully asks the ladies to
patronize hiin. Order, kindly received
by Ellard k Co. and at Occident Hotel.
"oing well known as agent for all
newspaper., mamzuus, and books sold
by aunts only, I need no introduction.
To those out of town, a letter will receive
prompt attciiti.ii.   Address
H, W. HUGHES,
111I121 New West., B.C, ©ut rStorjj.
THE MINISTER'S SON.
CHAPTER XXXVm.
CLOUDH ULEA1UNO   AWAY.
(Continued.}
"Oh, ma'am, how is ho? I lmvon't
heard of him for such a long time."
Tho bright expression faded again
when Laura explained that he had
gone abroad on active service "But
he wished ino to come and soe you,
nnd give you my address, that you
might feci you had a friond to rely
on."
"Did he 1 And he thought of mo iu
the midst of his own trouble — for-
leave-tdkiug ia a hard thing. Ho has
the kindest, truest heart 1 evor knew,
and I wish Icould show my gratitude
to him."
"I will write and tell him anything
you liko about yourself."
"Then tell him, ma'am, that I am
happy and comfortable, and that I fool
I owo it all to him, I'd never have
had courage to keep to the work at
first if I hadn't known how disappointed he'd bo if I were to fail, and I £ear-
od to bring trouble on hiin besides."
"Woll, I hope tn soo more of you,
Mrs. Jonkins, and tlio first timo you
aro able to got out for a day you must
come ovor to ua."
"That will bo a great treat, ma'am.
I do fool lonoly now and then," ropliod Ellon, gratefully, and wont back
to hor work with a cheerier heart.
When Mr. and Mra. Harris came to
town again somo months later, and
Laura returned to St. Judo's, she
found Ellon barely recovered from a
fever caught from ono of tho patients.
Sho was now paler and thinner than
over, and tho matron of the hospital
remarked that, if she had any friends
who could afford to givo her rest and
change, it would bo tho saving of her.
Mrs. Harris replied that she would
see what could bo dono, and drove off
to consult her husband.
"Jack, dear, I have such a scheme
to tell you!" she began, eagerly drawing away tho newspaper that ho waa
reading,
"And I am expected to have some
share in it—I know that by the tone
in whicli you say 'dear' Jack," replied
Harris, smilingly.
"You lmvo only to agree to all I
say, liko a, dutiful husband," rejoined
Laura, proceeding to unfold her plan.
Thoy were going soon to Broomieknowe to pay a long visit; why should
they not tnko Ellen with them 1 It
would do her a world of good.
"But could we not do hsr a world
of good a little nearer at hand ?"
"No; because, dear Jack, I want
her to sec Mrs. Leslie."
"Whew! That's what you're at, is
ur
•'I'm sure if Mrs. Leslio once hoard
her talk of Ronald she would banish
aU doubts of him from her mind, if
sho has any; and you know, Jack, Mrs.
Jenkins will be n good deal with me,
and littlo by littlo I might manage to
suggest to her tho sort of thing she
should say.' I mean, you know, that
she might easily bo led on to talk in
such a way as to show that she never
imagined ho cared for her."
"Oh, you scheming woman! Upon
my word, tho plan isn't half a bad ono.
I'd liko uncommonly to pave tho way
for Bennett, if I thought there was a
ghost of a chance of Mrs. Leslie marrying him in the end. He's far too
good, a fellow for any woman to turn
up lior nose at hiin."
"You mark my words, Jack; ho has
been mentioned in despatches already,
and if ho goes on at this rato, and
comes homo with any more honors,
Mrs. Leslio will cither marry him or—
she's made of granite," said Laura,
energetically.
Arrangements wero easily mado for
Ellen's journey to Scotland. Hardwicke said ho would bo delighted to
receive hor, as lio would have boon delighted to accommodate a houseful of
sick people, if his sister had expressed
any wish to bring thorn.
Ellon herself was at firat somewhat
startled at the proposal. To go to
Scotland seemed to her to bo perilous,
since her husband was still thore, although ho had moved to Glasgow.
But when Mrs. Harris explained to
hor that she would be in as safe a retreat as if sho were in London, she allowed herself to rejoice without restraint in tho prospect of a holiday.
The night journey fatigued lior terribly, for in her weak state she could
not control tho agitating recollections
wliich thronged upon her and kept hor
wakeful; so that whon she arrived at
Broomieknowe sho was carried to her
room, and did not leave it again for
many days, during which thoro was,
of course, no mention of Muriel.
Laura, however, who was a frequent
visitor nt Inverallan, lost no time in
tollim,' her friends about her guest,
aiul about the manner in which she
had beon confided to hor care. While
Sir Duncan and Miss Forbes listened
with interest to her talo sho observed,
without seeming to do so, that Muriel's
head suddenly bent down lower ovor
hor work, as though to examine a pattern, and that Muriel's fingers were
hardly so steady as they might have
been.
"I imi sure I nm right, Jack," said
she afterward, "and I shall make a
point of talking of Mr. Bennett and
praising him whenever I can."
Acting on this idea, Laura took
every opportunity of alluding to Ronald. Now it was of her own liking for
him that sho spoke; now of ^hor husband's respect for his opinion. Again,
sho took over a letter that Jack had
just rccoivod, nnd that sho wns sure
all his frionds would bo glad to see;
and sometimes, if sho happened to bo
alono with Mrs. Leslie, sho would al-
ludo in feeling terms to Ellon's grateful devotion,
This topic, sho fancied, was not altogether aa welcomo as the others;
and sho therefore insisted on it the
moro -fooling, with a woman's quick
instinct, that tho moro sho could
strengthen Mrs. Leslie's present auspicious or doubts, the mors complete
wonld bo the reaction whon she should
discover her error.
"I only hope he won't bo killed,
poor follow, beforo you have finished
your mnnceuvring," remarked Harris,
who was always informed of tho result
of his wife's efforts.
"Oh, Jaok, I trust not! It will bo
too dreadful for his poor mother if
anything befalls him, becauao, you
know, thoy say that old Mr. Bennett
is failing very fast."
A groat change wus, in fact, impending m Tillybodle—-that change which
hangs like a porpotual doom over English vicarage and Scotch manse alike,
and becauso of which the children of
the house can never expeot to return
yenr after year, when tlieir own children, perhaps, nro grown up, to the
old homo of their youth. Sooner or
later the father must go out of its
walls, and a stranger onter and change
all the dear, familiar rooms and ways,
By gradual steps Mrs. Bennett had
learned to realize that for her this
change was imminent. Firat, tho minister had felt the winter cold to an unusual degree, and had begun to wrap
himself up with a now carefulness. In
spite of caro he had been laid up with
a severe attack of bronchitis, and although he considered himself fully recovered, tho hacking cough that his
wife dreaded to hear never left him.
The doctor shook hia head, and Sir
Duncan talked of a warmer climate
and much-needed rest. But Mr. Bennett would listen to neither, and at
last, when pressed upon the subject,
replied, "If I need patching up by
rest and warmth I can be worth very
little. While I live I must work; and
if I die, I die at my post."
He worked on, therefore, visiting a
sick parishioner in all weathers, till at
last he wns laid up, und this time with
inflammation of the lungs.
When Ellen Jenkins, now rapidly
recovering, hoard of hie illness she implored to be allowed to go nnd nurse
hiin.
"But you aro not able for such work
yet," expostulated Laura.
"lam not very strong, but I could
do a great deal. I could at least watch,
and lot others sleep, and it would bo
such n happiness to me to bo of somo
servico to Mr. Bennett's family. Oh,
Mrs. Harris, do ask if I may come!"
Thus appealed to, Laura drove off
to the manse, and found thnt Mrs.
Bennett would willingly accept more
skilful help than she could easily obtain, and was glad, moreover, of the
opportunity of seoing tho woman for
whom hor son had naked her help and
sympathy. Laura, therefore, returned
to fetch Mrs. Jenkins, and saw hor installed in tho sick-room, whero Mrs.
Bennott left her in charge whilo sho
obtained a little rest.
Muriel called daily to onquire for
the invalid, nnd on tho noxt morning
it was Ellon who came to report upon
his state.
"Aro you Mra. Jonkins?" na Muriel,
feeling protty sure of tho now nurse's
identity.
"Yes, ma'am; Mrs. Harris was kind
enough to bring me ovor yesterday
afternoon."
'•She must havo boon a very protty
girl once," thought Muriel, as she
drove home. "I think I should liko
to talk to her, if I havo an opportunity."
Tho opportunity soon camo; for
whon Muriel entered the littlo dining-
room one day, whero things were already beginning to wear tho disorganized appearanco that so often accompanies illness iu a houso, she found
Ellon getting breakfast.
"Don't get up," said Muriel; I soo
Mra. Bennott has had her breakfast.
Is sho up-stairs?"
"Yes, ma'am, and ahe sent me here
for mine," replied Ellen, still standing. She wns particularly deferential
in her manner to Mra. Leslie.
"Please do go on, or I must run
away," said Muriel. "Let me pour
you* out somo moro tea. How is Mr.
Bennett ?"
"I'm afraid he's worse, ma'am; and
it is vory sad for Mra. Bennott, with
Mr. Ronald away."
"Yes," replied Muriol, with a quick
glance nt hor companion, who met it
steadily. "You wore a groat friend of
his, wero you not, in India?"
"I, ma'am! Oh, dear, no. Why.
was only a sergoant's daughter; and
though Mr. Jenkins is a commissioned
officer, yet I knew well enough lie wns
never fit to associate with gentlemen,
and I never was educated like a lady.
Mr. Ronald was always as kind as any
ono could be to mo, but ho never mnde
a friend of any one iu my rank in life
—any woman, I mean. Surely you
who know him so woll should know
that," snid Ellen, a littlo sharply. Sho
was quick-witted, nud Laura's hints
had convoyed more, perhaps, thnn had
been intended, so that now she felt
almost angry with this beautiful, grave
lady, who had not known how to
believe Ronald Bonnett! Wns sho
foolish, Ellon wondered, as well as
beautiful ?
"Indeed; I heard you had known
him so very well," replied Muriol,
quietly. She was beginning to seo a
gleam of light which might dispel her
doubts, and sho longed to mako it
clearer.
"Then you heard a wicked story,
ma'am. I must not stand talking, but
I wish you would bo so good as to ask
Mrs. Harris about me. Site understands, and can explain everything
bettor than I can."
Ellen spoke with some temper; for
it hurt hor sorely to think that she,
who owed everything to Ronald,
should bo a cause of sorrow to him.
She could well imagine that if ho were
to love his affection would bo deep and
lasting, and she was resolved thnt no
tale about her should stand iu his way.
Her reply contained a Bting for Muriel;
it was certainly a new thing for her to
hear that gay Laura Harris could understand and explain to hor Ronald's
conduct and affairs. Nevertheless, sho
answered vory gently.
"I did not moan to vox you," she
said, and wont on to speak farther of
the invalid.
CHAPTER XXXIX.
THK    LAST   HOME-COMING,
Mr. Bennett passed off very quietly,
whon the sun was getting low and a
red light slanted into his room from
the west.
'Givo my love and blessing to Ronald, wifo." Those wero his last words,
and Marian Bennett did not grudge
them to tho absont boy, who was now
nlmost hor only tie.
All tho village turned out to the
minister's funeral, for, however little
somo of his parishioners may hnvo
loved him, they nll recognized his devotion to tho right.
"Ho was a God-fearing man, Jamie,"
said Sir Duncan to tho old shoo-makor,
who, though he remained hear the gate
of the kirk-yard, hnd closed his shop
and come tu pay what respect ho could
to Ronald's father.
"Ay, he was that, Sir Duncan; but,
to my thinkin', Mais Leslie's roloegion
is the boat. The minister ho wns aye
for drivin' a body, but Mrs. Leslie
she's aye lend-umdin' ye, till ye gang
the gait she'd line yo afore yo ken
whnur yo are."
"They both mean tho samo in tho
end, though, Jamie."
"I'm no' suro 6' thnt. There's n
wheen things ennna be settled sao
easy's we think; and I auspoc', gin a'
thochts worn kenned, that Mnistress
Leslie wad show n bonnier kind o'
notions thnn ever lichted yon puir
body's heid."
(To bo Continued.)
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  0.,
BEGS TO NOTIFY THK RESIDENT**
of New Westminster und vicinity tliat
he lias Imported direct from London, England, ii splendid assortment of
PERFUMES,
Toilet Soups L'le., from the very best manufacturers i» London mid l'nrls,
Liibln's l'arU perfumes SI 00 per bot
E Pliumd's do  1 00 per bot
Klmiiu'l'-i London do, iiOo and    7i» per bot
Cleaver's do, 50c und    75 per bot
Ilovcndei's do, 'lot; :Bc und     50 per bot
Maria Farina's Eau de Col-
oj-ni*, sioull size     50 per bot
Iluvl's Hun de Cologno, largo.. I 00 per hot
Hoyt-s Hu" do Cologne, small   25 nor not
Miirniy ■<■ liuninun's Florida
Water.    75 per bot
DALMAKOY'H CUIIIOUS ESSENCE,
The most lasting perfume known, SI 50.
J & K ATKINSON'S WHITE HOSE
PERFUME,
Tho only gold mednl highest award for
English perfumery, tl oo per bottle.
GLASS STOPPERED SMELLING
MOTTLES,
Filled wil li Nulls ready for use, Que, 75e and
SI 00 per bottle
JEAN VINCENT BULLY'S PRIZE MEDAL TOILET VINEGAR,
For dully ablutions u few drops poured Into the water boforo washing will neutralise
nny impurities, refresh the skin und iv
sloreltlo lis pi-csllne freshness nnd bliMini.
For the uuuiili, it few tlropH with wu ter net
us un excellent dentifrice, preserving the
gums nnd teeth, uml by Inipnrtlngaswect
nnd delicious odor to (he oreauilB luval-
uablo to smokers,
removing pimple
75c per bottle.
It is nlso splendid for
from tho face.  Price,
IMPORTED TOJLET SOAPS.
Rose Prlntanloro Soup—the most delicious perfume. More especially recommended to Indies uud to mothers of fiunl-
lles for the toilet uf children, li cukes lu u
box, 60a per box, or sont by mull to nny
part of umlsh Coiumbin, postage pnid, for
Tfia per box. One trial of this soup will
givo satisfaction.
A very superior Glycerine Sonp, Jlcnkes
in u box, U5o,   Highly perfumed.
Hovenden's London Soups, 8 cukes iu u
box (Almond, Honey nnd Windsor), 25c
nnd S5c per box,
Hovenden's Mltchum Soup, recommended nol only for its quulity und delicate perfume, but nlso for Its refreshing
nnd cooling oflcet upon the skin, il eakes
lu u box for 50c. Sent by mnll, postage
paid, 75c.
Pear's Transparont'Tollet Soups, arwper
cake; sent by mall, 50e.
Pear's Transparent Shaving Sticks, In n
very nice box, :tic per stick; sent by mail,
50c. Over 100 years established ns tho
cleanest and best prepuriilion for shaving.
Boehm's Transparent Soups, a very fine
nrtlclv, iV pereulte; shiiving sticks, Si*, In
a very nice box,
Hovenden's Emollient Shaving Soap,
Ili'.Jeuiul 1.V.C per cuke.
Wright's Coul Tar Soup (London), tho
only coul tar soap recommended bythe
entire mcdlcul fuculty. For the nursery
uud the toilet this soup is invaluable. It
has received Ilie highest commendations
from theenllreineillral profession.    It is
GMssadormos, a bnlsnmle cream for
shaving without the use of soupor water.
Sold In collapsible tubes, r-Oceueh; sent bv
mnll, 00c.
DM Importation
r DDfl.iHI
fi WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT. &
L. UIIUVM
BEGS TO INFORM THE BJ35ID-
cuts of New Westminster and vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
HAIR   OILS
AND   TOILET  PREPARATIONS.
Otto of Hose Pomude mnde In London.
Bay Hum Pomade made In Paris.
And olhcr kinds of pomades.
White Hose Brllliantlue.
Lime Juice und Glycerine,
Hovenden's Hulr Restorative, 70 cents.
Ayer's Hulr Vigor, SI.
Burnett's Coconino, 81; small size, oajfje.
Bandoline for the Hair.
Hose Hair Oil.
Firsi-clnss assortment of London hnlrolls.
A good assortment of Cosmotlques,
White, Black and Brown.
Glycerine Cold Cream, 25c per not,
Vnsoliuo Camphor lee, 25c per hot.
Cold Cream of Roses, 25e per bot.
Gosnell's Cherry Tooth Paste, fiOo.
Hovenden's Otto of Rose Tooth Paste, !Hc.
Hovenden's Tooth Powders.
Violet Powder.
Violet Powder Boxes, 25c nnd fiOe each.
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which ho will supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Suit Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Ulllly'e,   London,
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
OOX/tTMBI-A.   STKEET,
New Westminster,   B. 0.
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
Provincial Skoketahy's Office,
3rd May, JS83.
HIS HONOR the Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to place the
following gentlemen on the Commission
of the Peace:—
James Wabdle and Joseph Bowes,
Esquires, of Hopo, for the Electoral District of Yale.
Henrv HeNOK, of Big liar, and John-
Edqab Moore, of Alkali Lake, Esquires,
for tlio Electoral Districts of Cariboo uml
Lillooot.
Henrv Bird, Esquire, of   150-mile-
houso, Cariboo Wagon Road,   for  the
Electoral District of Cariboo,
my 0-1 m.
COUNTY COURT.
•VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
JS    the next sitting  of   the County
Court will   he  held   on   WEDNESDAY.
Mny.mii, 1881..
Dated April 21st, 188.1.
E. A. .TENNS,
Registrar County Court,
mli'J-Hil New Westminster.
NOTICE.
A COURT OK ASSIZE AND OF
. Nisi I'rius, uml of Oyer and Terminer nnd of General Gaol Delivery, will
bo hold at eacli of the unilermontionort
places, and at the times hereinafter
nained;—
At Yale, on Monday, 21st May, 1883.
At Kamloops, on Wednesday, 'Wtli
May, 1883.
At Clinton, on Thursday,  7th June,
1883.
By Command,
JOHN  ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Olliee,
Victoria, 11. C, 19th April, 1883.
(ap21ttl)
GOVERNMENT   NOTICES.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
80th April, 1S83.
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor hus been pleased to placo
tlie following gentlemen on the Commission of the Peace:—
William Luuwio Riske, and Thomas
Melurum, of Ohilooatin, William Morrison, of Lake La Haelie, nml William
Lainh Meason, of Littlo Dog Creek,
Esquires, for the Electoral Districts of
Cariboo and Lillooot.
John F. Smith, Esquire, of Clinton,
for tho Electoral Districts of Cariboo,
Lillooet aud Yalo.
John Pimiiury and Joel Broadwell,
of Snlt Spring Island, nnd Ernest Skinner, of Maple Bay, Esquires, for the
Electoral District of Cowiehau.
Thomas Pearson Reed, Esquire, of
Soda Creek, for the Province,    [niy'2-lin
Notice to Claimants of Land.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the undermentioned lands in New
Westminster District have been surveyed
and a map of same can be scon at the
ollice of J. C, Hughes, Esq., Commissioner, New Westminster, and at the Lauds
ami Works Ollice, Victoria, whero forms
of proof and declaration can bo procured.
Lot, Op,
Provincial Secretary's Office,
13th April, 1883.
HIS HONOR THE LIEUTENANT-
Governor has been plenscd place
the following gentlemen on tlio Commission of tho Peace:—
Neil McArthuu, Esquire, of Lako La
Haelie, for the Electoral Districts of
Cariboo and Lillooot.
Frederick Souks, Esquire, of Clinton, for the Province.
CiEORCIE  WlLUSCHOFT,    Pkrcival  It.
Brown, John Cuthiikrt, Charles W,
Clifford, and William H. Dempster,
Esquires, for the "Coast District," as do-
fined hi a notice issued under the pi o-
visions of the "Mineral Or<1ituuieo, 18tltl,"
published in the Qorernment Gazette, on
the 18th December, IStii). np25ml
Niinn*.     Pro .on* Itoc No.     Onto.
J M<i>«iml-I 638 Jan 21, 'I
....t...SMei*-*iiiil.t 1'nrUon Aii-13, ':
....[....! DcHot-liu 048 Not26, *i
BETJSHES.
A large assortment of Hair Brushes from
BOctoSSonoh.
Dr. Scott's Electric Hair Brush, Bont by
mnll, postpaid,forS-1.
A good assortment of Null Brushes, 2"*c
and 50c eiieh.
Shaving Brushes, 25c,
each.
83c, 50a mid 7oc
EAZOES.
A first-class assortment of Razors, imported direct from Shofliold. I will send
nny person a good Barber's Concave Razor hy mull nt $1.50 each. I have sold
tho same kind of Razor at $2.u0, but
having imported a large stock direct
from tha manufacturer, enables mc to
sell cheap [for cash, whereas, before I
imported from San Francisco, ami I
could uot sell them for less than $2.50
encli. I havo a large stock of Razors
from $1 to *?-( each.
Pocket Knives from I2jc to 92 each.
FIFES.
A splendid assortment of Meerschaum
Pipes, G B D l.riarwood Pities, Amber
Ivory nud Horn Mouthpieces.
NEW    SCHEDULE
•WA.GrttiS
WHITE  LABOR
Canadian Facie Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers  .8125 00 per month.
Rock Foremen... .S3 iiO to $4 00 p day
Earth Foremen... 2 50 to   3 50
Bridge Foremen.. 3 50 to   4 50
Bridgo Carpenters,
1st class  3 50
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  3 00
Masons 2 50 to   3 50
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to   :t 50
Blacksmiths,    lst
class  3 50
Blacksmiths,  2nd
class  3 00
Blacksmith Helpers    1 50 to    2 00
Drillers.....  2 00 to   2 25
Laborers  1 75 to   2 00
Hewers, 1st class   3 50
Choppers, 1st class '2 00 to   2 50
Scorers, Ist class    2 50
I'ho above mentioned parties, or any
other claimants to the above described
lauds, must prove up their claims within
throe months from date of tliis notico.
WM, SMITHE,
Cliief Commissioner of Lands <fc Works.
Lauds k Works Department,
Victoria, IJ. C, 25th April, 1883.
(my2m3)
Notice to Claimants or Land.
KAMLOOPS   DIVISION   OF YALE
DISTRICT.
N°
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undermentioned lots in Kamloops Division of Yale District, have
been surveyed, and a map of same can
be seen at tbe oflico of G. C. Tunstall,
Esq., Commissioner, Kamloops, and at
tho Lands and Works Ollice, Victoria,
where forms of proof aud declaration ean
bo obtained.
Lot. Clip. Numo, I-ro-om-ittou Hoo,No.   Dnto.
Ut),   1, A.E.IInwno,        1.070,       Dec. 0,1877
441,   1, DoiiidiMVnlki-r,   1,018,      Mny 4, "
4*1,    1. A.McCoimcll,       1,(M2,       Oct. 18,1870
443,   1, P.arillln, 1,071,      Dec.2S.I8T"
The nbovc or any other claimants to
the abovo mentioned lots must prove up
tlieir title to samo within three months
from date of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, April 10th, 1883.
(npl8m3fd)
Notice to Claimants or Land.
CARIBOO DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Sections 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, and 45,
Group I, Cariboo District, have been
surveyed, nud a map of same cau be scon
ut the office of J. Bowron, Esq,, Commissioner, Barkerville, and at the Lands
and Works Ollice, Victoria, whore forms
of application and declaration can bo ob-
tained.
Claimants to any portion of tho above
Sections must prove up their claims to
same within throe months from date of
this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., April 10th, 1833.
(aplSmSfd)   .
PUBLICJSIOTICE.
HIS HONOR the Lioittonant-Gov
ernor has boon pleased to direct
that Chap. X., Section 7, of tho "Regulations for tbe Examination of L'uuliu
School Teachers," (approved 9th .January, 1SS3,) be iinieiided, by adding thore
to, at the end nf the said section, the
following words, viz.!—"or ho must bo a
"Graduate of some British University,
" who has proceeded regularly to his dc-
" grce, and must satisfy the Examiners
" of hia knowledge of the art of teaching,
"and school discipline and management."
By Command.
.JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Seci'ctary'e Oftce,
Victoria, B. C, 1st May, 18S8,
myO-lni,
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
YALK  DIVISION   Ol"
TM.ICT.
ROYAL COLUMBIAN
HOSPITAL
NEW WESTMINSTER.
DIRECTORS POR 1883-84.
\V. N. Bole, President.
,1. \V. HAitVHY, Vice-Preside nt.
\V. II. KEAHY, Scc.-Trcas.
E. (,'oriiould,        .I««. Cunningham,
II. Elliott, C. M. MoNauglifen.
THE    PURE-BRED
CLYDESDALE STALLION
"GLENGARRY."
ANNUAL REPORT
The Directors of llio Hoyul Columbinn
IIos--ii:il have to report, that during tho
vi'iu-s iss-j-st l hero has been n large lu-
fi-t'iiscovi-i'iin-vions yi-iirs of iiatl-'iitsad-
mltleil lo tin'institution.    This, with the
delnnlilated state of tho bultrtlnijvuecosjd-
taled an increased expenditure. You will
iiotii-i- In tin* Treasurers report that over
BJiOO hns been expended on rcpalrs.over
jflOll on fnriiitnn', and SHiilon clothing,
milking a total of about ?7W>, which had to
beili-ilui-leil from over receipt-*, which can
not h--t'oiiiiti-d In the actual expenses of
lhe institution. A lnrge number of patients have been admitted, sent from the
Etallwuv works about. Yale, ami no contributions have been received from the Dominion Government or the railway eon-
IraeKn-N loward« the support of this large
and fm-H'tisJng class of patients.
In conclusion, we have to reltoralo the
complaint so freipieutly made byourof-
licial predecessors as to ihe ncccKMity of
osuibllshlugn "Homo for InoHrub]os,"and
renovating If not entirely recoiistmoling
the Hospital building. The necessity of
an Increased grunt In a self-evident proposition, If Hie Hospital Ik to lake Its proper
place among the charitable Institution-" of
British Coiumbin.
Annexed are lhe Treasurer's nnd Surgeon's reports.
SURGEON'S REPORT.
Nkw WiwniiNSTElt, Apr. 13,188:1.
To the Boartl a/ Management of the lioual
Columbian Hospital;—Oentlemkn: I have
(he hoi.or lo .submit the following statement of cases In the ltoyal Columbian
Hospital during the year 1882:
Nuniherof putlonls under treatment lu
the hospital durlngllie year, 11)1; number
of outdoor pnili'iils, l.Vl.   Total, ill.
Number of deaths during the year, 11.
Cause of death: Paralysis, '2; heart disease, I; diabetes, 1; debility, 1; gangrene. 1,
fracture spine, I; exhaustion, etl'cets of severe hurn,l.
I would recommend that the building be
thoroughly whitewashed. Also, that a
nurse lie appointed to assist the Superintendent iu his duties, which are dally becoming more arduous.
1 have Ihe honor lo be, gentlemen, your
obedient servant.
J, A. BIVEWKIGHT, M. D.
FIltST 1-ltiZE AT_ OREGON STATE
nnd District Fairs. Dam iind Sire
imported from Scotland. Bright dapple
bay; 17 bauds; weight, 1800 lbs. Will
mako the season, 1st May to 1st August,
at Gonznlc's Farm, near Viotoria.
TERMS: §25, duo 1st Aug. Insurance $35, duo when maro in foal; pasture,
gl per week. Half steamboat fires allowed to mares froin n distance. Every
precaution taken to avoid accidents, but
nt risk of owners of marcs.
J. D. PEMBEUTON,
inkSHo P.O. Victoria, Box240.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
i_\ Lot 49, Group 1, Yalo Division of
Yule District, has beon surveyed for Mr.
L*. A. Agassi?-, as the land wliich lie
claims undor Pro-omption Record No.
282, dated February Uth, IS7S. A map
of same can be seen tit the Lauds k
Works Olliee, Victoria, and ut the ollice
of E. Dowduey, Esq., Commissioner,
Yale, where forms of Proof and Declaration can be obtained.
The above or any other claimants to
tliis land must prove up their claims us
provided in Section 15 of tlio Lund Act,
1875, within three months froni tho date
of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Cliief Commissioner of Lands k Works,
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, March 12th, 1883.
(mh2lje0)
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND,
NEW   WESTMINSTER    DISTRICT.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
JS tbe undermentioned lots in
Group Two, New Westminster District,
have noon surveyed, nnd a map of same
can be seen at tlie ollice of J. C. Hughes,
Esq., Commissioner, New Westminster,
nnd at the Lands k Works Department-,
Victoria.
[.(it
Orp.           I'"1
cmptluti lie?
X<>.   Piilo.
481,
4:ti.
i'M,
4;ir>,
2, J.llnrkur,
'2, J.Miinro.
'2, 3. Clia-iiniia,
2, D, Groyfll,
1076,
1637,
MOO,
1447,
May 30,1871
Aiil.28,1877
Fall 27,1877
Mny 10,1870
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LANIl.
S     9    9.
For Coughs aud Colds, use Allen's
Lung Balsam, See adv. in anothor
column.
Tho cheapest place in town to buy
your Drugs and Medicines — Herring s
Drugstore,—^'/!',
A good assortment of Collar Studs and
Cuff Buttons.
The'very best Bath Sponges, small
Turkey Sponges, aud bath sponge baskets.
Eims' Fruit Salts, 81.00 por bottle.
Orders for the abovo goods solicited,
and forwarded by mail or expross,
-«■ O »-
SHAVI1TG
Hair Cutting, Shampooing, etc.,
—(JAM- AT—
George lead's
SALOON.
Ho has now three chairs running, and
first-class workmen. The latest patent
In..-tier's chairs. Please note tlio address, ono door bolow tho Colonial Hotel,
New Westminster, B. C, [np25,
All outside labor 10 hours por day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Toots.
AU Employees to Iiml themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will ho convenient
along the Line,   Board—$4 por week.
It will not bu compulsory for Employees to lioard in tbe Company's Houses.
Wages will he paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A,   ONDERDONK,
fi-ENKlUT. MANAUKB.
0wick ok tiik coxtiuctors,
Canahjan Pacific Railway,
Yalo, March 1, 1883.
ITCTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY (CIVKN that
I intend to inuke application to
the Chief Commistnonor of Lauds nnd
Works for permission to purchase 240
acres of meadow laud, known as Duck's
Lake, situate about nine miles south of
my residence, South Thompson,
Beginning at Stake A, and proceeding
thence 1320 yards to Stake B: thenee to
Stake C, 880 yards; thenee 1320 yards to
Stake D[ thonco 880 yards to starting
point,
JACOB DUCK.
South Thompson,
March 17th, 1883. uplln.2
NKW   WESTMINSTER    DISTRICT.
VTOTIOK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i 1 Lot 472, Group L, New Westminster District, hns beon surveyed for (J. E.
Corhould, Ksip, as the land claimed by
hint under Pre-emption Record No. 1,2(11,
dated February 13th, 1883, being a transfer of Mr. Maokio's Pre-emption Claim,
No. 1,21(1, dated June filth, 1874.
A map of the above Lot can be scon at
the Lands and Wm-ks Oflico, Victoria,
and at the Otlice of J. C. Hughes, Es-
(piirc, Commissioner, Now Westminster,
whore blank forms of application and
declaration can bo obtained.
Tlie above or any other claimant to
the above laud must prove up on the
same, in accordnuco with the provisions
of tho "Laud Act, 187")," within throe
months from the date of this notice,
WU, SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lauds k Works Departniciit,
Victoria, B. C, April 3rd, 1883.
(apl ltd)
NOTICE TOJAXPAYERS.
Assessment Ait and Provincial
Kercniie Tax.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT.
■VTOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN, iu
JS accordance with the Statutes, that
I'rovlnolal Rovcimo Tux und nll Taxes
levied under tlie Assessment Acts arc
now due for the year 1883, nnd payable
nt iny oflico. Assessed Taxes, if paid on
or before the 30th Juno, 1883, nro collectible at the following rates, vlsu—
n of I por cent, on Renl Property,
fi cents per aero ou Wild I-and.
One-fourth of  I per cent, ou  Personal
Property.
! of 1 por cent, ou Income.
If paid after June 30th, 18H3:~-
J of 1 per cont. on Real Property.
0 cents pur aorc on Wild Land.
.1 ol I per cont. on Personal Property.
'I of 1 per cent, oti Income,
J. C. HUGHES,
Assessor mid Collector.
Jnn. 8th, 1883, felltd
The above or nny other claimants to
tho nbovc lots must prove up their
claims, iu accordance'with the provisions
of Sec. Jo of the Laud Act, 1873," within three months from tlie date of tliis
notice,
Forms of proof nnd declaration can lie
obtained at the Lands and Works Ollice,
Victoria, and at the Commissioner's
Ollice, New Westminster,
* t   AVAL SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lauds k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, 12th Mareh, 1883.
(mliSljeO)
TREASURER'S REPORT.
HKCEIITS.
Bnlunco on hand :tlht March. 18S2 ...5 307 oi
i;i-:ini from Gov't for lSiiioittliBoiul-*
Iid: :ilsl Mim-li, IHAI 4i'.0 00
ccolvod from paying pnllonls   V2ti 00
..ocolved from subscriptions    S7.10
lionmloiir-from H. C. illuirch     m r>0
Pollution-- from liplscopul Church..    '27 IK)
Unlnuoostlll owing 1072 83
Tolal SU017 '2S
Rxi'KxitrrunES.
Milk 8 2WI 1(2
Orocorlufl....
linn*-"	
Meal	
Hcpnlrt	
Mcdi-Nilali-
Rtcwurd	
  7.-vi ai
  m 7-j
iitlitnee..............,'.....'.  Mli id
  tmw
foot;  Ma m
Wii-l-lit-- nud s.-i-uliblm,'  151 7.'i
M--.|i.-al -■•.mf.-l-ts  211 50
Vogotnbles, Imittiding potatoes  m
1-iiiH'iaH  HI 1(0
Itivad  iVI 2:1
Knriiiinn-  IIM r-n
Li-Ms, <oal oil, etc  Ill 117
rimlilni!  V2 4A
Printing nml advertising  5S12
IiiMiitioi-i-on luilMlng  15 00
Slumps uud stailouery  :H 77
Stilppln-.'|iiuurablcs  .IO til)
Audltlm*, I wo yours  20 00
t-.Nlr-i ni.:lil niu-HC t.  !H1 00
Klsl.  22 2.'i
KmII  5 til)
Sundries  81 00
Total SW17 28
Examined and found correct,
JAS. \Y. HARVEY, Auditor.
WM. H, KEARY, Treasurer.
NOTICE.
Dissolution of Partnersliip.
mHE PARTNERSHIP HERETO-
X fore existing between Thomas Lett
Stahlsdhmidt and Hoiikiit Waiih, trading under the firm name of Stahlsohmidt
k Wahd, at Victoria, IJ. C, as Commission Merchants, Shipping and Insurance
Agents, hns been dissolved by mutual
consent, as from 3lst December, 1882.
Mil, Roiibrt Wahd has assumed the
Liabilities and Assets of the late firm
and will continue the said business nt
Victoria for his sole account under the
firm name of Roukht Wahd k Co.
No. •! Commercial Row, Wharf Street,
Victoria, B.C., 15th March, 1883.
(mli-JI)
TIIE GREAT ENGLISH REUEUY
Isani'VPr-fniliiij-
Cure for Nervous Debility,Exhausted Vitality
of it ny kind,
Weakness* Pnr«
alysis, Prosfii-
li)rrliu(-a,tuiil nil
tbe terrible tl-
fecls of'jouthful
follies, and t-xcesses iu maturer yeurs,
DK. MINTIK will agree to forfeit
Fire Hundred Dollars for a case ot
tliis kind the Vital Iti-xlorutlvc (under
his special mi vice and treatment) will not
cum, or for iiaylliii k impure ur injurious
found it it. DK. MINTIK Uvuts all Diseases mci'oit-fully without mercury.
ConBflltatlOIl free. Thorough examination and advice, §5*00. PiiceorVllnl
Restorative, S3-oo a botlle, or four
times the quantity, S10-00; sent In .my
address upon receipt of prici. orO 0 D,,
Becuro from observation, and in private
name if desired, by A. K. MINTIK,
M. D.
Those who cannot visit Dlt. MINTIK
in San Francisco should send it lull nml
minute statement ol their troubles with
$26-00, ami in re-turn a full roiirse of
Medicine will be forwarded, securely
packed, so as not to excilp curiosity.
All orders for medicine C. 0.1), must
bo accompniiied with 51.00 {as n puur-
antee of good faith), whicli will be deducted whon the package is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTbE FREB.-Sent on
application by letter stating symptom?,
Bex and Hge, Communications strictly
confidential. jnj-31-ly
11 Kearney Street, Sun I't-iiiiclsi-ii, Cnl.
nD   I 1CDIP  ■■->» Geary Street,
Ull. LIlDIU, SanKrniiclst'iM'nl
COXTINUKS TO THKAT bwc-
ccsafl'll)' by ll.mic;i*Hitli.v
_J ovory form of Spi-clnl nr Clironli-
Q DIbciuq without Miiroury or Nan*
UJ m-oiih Dnipi. Pit, Ml'Illli'S
(£ m'KIOUAl'Olt Ifl'i'-uA'tiYBi'ml
OtiimiiiuuJiil   euro   for   .Sciutaal
,     wonki'i's-i, Xerv-HiH nml I'liyMcnl
P" ni-bllity,  Lost   Manhood,  Vital
(/) Kxliuu-i'loii, mitt all tliu turrlblo
■ UJ i-cMulta ufnliiii-uil niltliro, d«6W.
"" *    mu nml   youthful follies.    Tlio
Doctor will iij-iei- in wiltln-* to
lorlutt 91,000 for utaiBoTlinl
hu uiuloi-taKcs aad fulls toou-i".
Thu nma-.n   tliiiii-nunlH can nut
,net cnri'il uf Si-mlnnl Wuiil-ii■•■■<•
and lliu abovo illst'ii-H's is o-vlnu;
to a complication i-atli'd ri-i-stn.
tiii-rlii'ii, whirl. ri'inili-i-H a fiici-lul
, reini-ily. DR. I.IKMO'S IN-
'Q YIUOUATOlt, Ni). *-', U aSpe-
q chid fm >■ for I1 runt otorrhea.
~T I'rk-u of nithuf Iuvlgorntor, $2
Q -liThottli*. i.rtili--ttli-ti$10. Sent
****■ to nay nil ihu ks upciirolj' covered
9 fnnii olwi'i'viilloi.. SL'tnlnnlWonk-
•S iiuas nnd Prostntorrhai drain vU
-^ tnllty from Iho hotly nml cniaio
2 a in hum un dl-ivtirici   Hint   liafflo
onlltmry aiudlcal treatment.  If
nlliAvi'il to continue,tho iiniiiiln-
ml loft* iitli't-ls the vital nr-jiiiiH,
which CMiaos destroying diapason.
Consumption, Dllllutw, lli-if-hfn Disnasu, ilniitt-
dii-r,Insanity,etc. Kxecwtes, Non-uso, Abuse, Inherited Weakness, MM nutrition, Splnnl and .Cole
lira I Ooillpt dills briii u on lhe ahi.vo fntal dl.Hciu-ca.
Debility ami t-cminn! Wt>iit;ness <il»trnct tlio Iin-
liortatit anil access;*iy urts of life uml Ihelr onjoy-
inont.t. Cures (hiimiiiti'o. Dlneiiseu of thedoni-
to-Urinary Organs, Kidney, 1.1 ver and Illaddern
f-ieoialiy, Tliu many coin plain ti ami dlionicsof
woiupu BpowUly cured- commit At lot) at oflico or hy
lottor, fi'eouml conllilenlial, Ites-iouslhlo 'inrlles
can nrnuifjo payments in lhe -mm- manner as lhey
would euuibiy their r.imtly ptiyalclitli, Strictest
secrecy mailltiiilicil.
ONE   DOTTLE    VllEE.
Regular 8iao Hottto of either Iuvlgorntor Bent
Freo to dhow tlm wonder fill 11 rem* riles of Iho
Greatest Iuvlgorntor Known to Modern Scientists.
Stato t-yin-itoms, iirc, if married, tn,
Call or ilddrcs-i lilt. l.IKItld A CO., No, -100
Geary Street, cnnier Miunm, t-'an Francisco, Cal,
Private on trot ice, -IDS Musoii Street.
Qualified ami Hmpoxsuiu.—Dlt. UK1IUI ft
CO. Organized In compllanca with California law,
Diptouia jirucuicd by regular college education,
IT yeurs sprcial |iractice, and dnlv licensed tu no
ennlauce with California Medical Law. ilo2
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE.
Notice to Claimants of Land.
COAST  DISTINCT.
NOTICE IS HE1U3BY GIVEN that
tliountlonnontionotl hinds iu Coast
District have hcen surveyed, aud maps
ol same enn he seen nt the Lands nnd
Works Department, Victoria, whore
Forms of Proof and Declaration can ho
obtained.
Lot. Itango. Date,
1       -2     .1.Clayton, Aji'ilicalion
tonurehitsu 8u|-t, 14, lss-»
It       '}      T. Sholholt, Pre-omii-
tlnu ltcc., l.fiffl June   i),   "
I 2      W. It. Mulh-rv,  Pro.
empthn Itoc,. l,iMl..Aug. -Ji), ISM
.*■        -2      T.S[i'itlt<i[t,A[.|.li.-itli.in
t(i|iiireliase Sept. S, 1SR2
II '2      3, Cnrtliuw, I'l-cenip*
tion ltcc,  l.&itt Auj*.  ::,   "
1        ft      J, D. Warren,  Apiili-
callnu to iuu-i?hase..„lunelj,   "
•2       t>      II. I',. Cioasiinile, Pro.
uiiljitiim Hee., l.OritL.Dcc.    ft, 1SSI
il       ft      J, D-Wurieii) Pro-null)'
tloilllec, Iftfilt Oct.   IN,   "
■I       ft     .1. II. Wam.li, Apiilicn.
Ilnti  to -uuchaso Seiit.14, IflSL'
ft       ft       II, I-I. Cn.HMbitlb., A|i-
plication to pureliaso.Juiio 27,  "
0       ft      .1.Wilson, Pre.cniplloii
.  ltcc,  1.C1S Mar.24,1881
The ahove nr any othor claimants tn
tho ahovo lots, must prove up their
claims iu accordance with the provisions
nf the "Land Act, IS7o," within tlu-uo
months of tho date of this notice.
WM. SMITHK,
Cliief ('oiiiiuissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, March 20th, I88.H.
(mhastd)
THK PARTNERSHIP HITHERTO
existing between W. U. Wriyhtand
I'lifm-l Vftlcnzitola, as general traitors nml
puckers, is this dny dissolved hy mutual
consent. All debts due hy the Into firm
will be paid by Rafael Valenxiiela, aud
nil accounts uwtn^ to the lute firm to he
paid only to the said Rafael Vnlenxiiclu.
[Signed]: lt. VALENZUKLA.
W. II. WRIGHT.
Witness:   F. Supes.
Clinton, 23d April, 18S.1,       [np'-'fi-lm
GIRL WANTED
rpO DO HOUSEWORK IN A SMALL
JL    family.
Apply to
MRS. HUNTER,
Agnes Street.
TIIK   SlTPItEMB   COUII-T
COLUJIWA.
OF   BltlTISII
In tho goods of Justus William Howison,
deeeused.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
nll porsous indebted to the late .fus-
tus William Howiaon, formerly of Now
Westminster, decensed, nro required to
pay the amount of their indebtedness to
tho undersigned within one month from
this dato; and any person having a claim
against tho estate is requested to furnish
particulars thereof within thnt period.
GORDON E. CORBOULD,
Solicitor for Mary Howison, administratrix.
Now Westminstor, April 20th, 1883.
qp28-lm.
NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE ANY
claims against tho Firm of ADAIR
k COMPANY, Pish Canners, Fraser
River, nre requested to,forwnrd the same
nt once to their Solicitor*-,
Messiw, DAVIK ifc POOLEY,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated 3rd March, 1883. '   uih7
NOTICE.
British GoluniMa Express
Company, Limited,
SHIPPERS OF SMALL PACK-
ages, parcels, and money remittances, for Yule and Viotoria, will find
it to their advantage nud nt no additional cost to forward through us, delivering
at our otlice, and taking receipts therefor.
FRED. HOMER, Agent,
Front St., Now West.
Fuank S, BAIUM'KD, Manager,   apl8inl
ESTATE OF JOSEPH THATCHER JONES, DE-
uEASED, INTESTATE.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO
the above Estate, will please to
piiy at once, tmd nil claims against the
sum estate, are to bo flout immediately
to the undersigned.
.1AMKS C. 1'RKVOST,
Administrator,
Victoria, April HI, 1883. apl8
MUlS NOflCE."
NOTICE. IS HKREBY GIVEN,
that tho City Taxes far 1882 aro
now duo and payable at the ofiiee of the
City Clerk.
JAMES ORR, 0, M, C
New West., July 25, 1882. jy2U
EARS ™ MILLION!
Foo  Ohoo's   Balsam  of
Shark's Oil
Positively Restores tho Hearing, nml
is the Only Absolute Curo for
Deafness Known.
Tills Oil Ik tibntrncti'il lY-iiu in'fiili:ir hiii-i'Ici* of
Hianll Willi* Hlini-k, cnuRlit In the Yilluw
Sen, known us C.-i-niAiuiDi.*- IIoniieletii. T.wty
Cliliicxo lUliorumii knaivi it, lis virtue nn a
rcstornttru of !nwiii-* wns -lUcuvi'rud by u Uiiilil-
lii.it l'i-ii-Mt admit tin* yonr 141n. Itn --iiii-m wure hu
muiti-ron-i anil many no Heemliiffly in Ira-
outmiH, tlmt tint ii'iiK'ily wn* tiltli'iiilty -hd.
cliiiiiii'il over Ilie i-nlire Kin-iiiv. Ill mu Wiilili-
bo uiiiver-tiil taut for over ,'IUO jiiiri. no
lit-»fai-sn linn uxlateil nmong theClit>
Mem* iiuoiil*-.   Sant, olinrffci 'iropiitil, to nny
lllllll--'-!-! ill  $1.1111 ;ii'|-|Mttie.
Hear Wlmt the llcnr say.
It lii-ri 'lerforaieil ii mirm-li- in my CRtU.
I Imve iio aiieiirtlily a >l«eii In my lieml mul hear
iinicti liettcr.
I Imve tiuim jjieiitly boilcflttAil.
"Itn vlrtiiut* ni-f u.v4i!i:-iri(,XAi)i.K nntl Un cuha*
T1VK UllUPAOTBR .lll.-iiil.lTi:, AN -lill* -VRlTKIl 0AM Pill-
80SAL1.V TKSTirV, IloTIi 1110N liXl'mUKNCK .Mttl OB-
SKHVATIoX. Write al ome to llAVMWK * JtNSIt,
7 Dey Street, New Yoili, I'ai-lo.-liij-il.oo, a ml you
will rocnlvo iiymtiiiii n ronmlyllmt will tinsMo
yon to lii-iii- like iiaylimly elite, nml win me curative
effects will tie iicrmiuioat. Yon will novor regret
ilolni* ko. "—Kmmn of MBRCAMtlLH IIkview.
if..j-T.)  nvotll  Ids.'*  Ill   tlie  Mulls,   -ileatie HOIIil
money liy IteglHirreil 1'flt«*r*
Only h.i].oiUd liy
IIAVMMK it  .IIONNKV,
7!»eyi't,lN. Y.
Hole Ageitti for Amcrleu* notyl
DR. SflNNEV^CfS
DISl'EIVSAKV,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STBEET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
■li'i-of llio Mmi-real, |L\ K.) .Meilk-nl ImhII-
Into, unit Into Prop Hut or of Ilie Sl'INMlYVIM.K
INFIItMAllY, wolilit niOHt leM-iei-lfiilly Inform
lili- ■indent-' and the aflltfloil f-ononilfy, that tit
slill i-oiiliinie.s to tioat cliioalc ami iiervoun -lis.
iM"t-' Willi oii-i;iinlli>]i'<l mifi-!'.-.*.
LADIES AND GENTLEMflW.
Tiist hint ton li thu tiller ot
COME AND BE HEALED.
It millton not wlmt yoar trcilliloH imiv t>e, tiotiiu
anil let the Doetnr e-cnmlao yoar cane' It will
cost yofl iii'tlilnit f-n- eoiHiillnllon, no jileami cull
niiils.itlnt'y ymirielvi-:- ivliellier llm IKirtor uinter.
immlH your en NO. If liurmi ciue yon lie will tell
you Hog If not, lie will tell yon tlmt, for liu will
not amlertakn neiim- unlemi lie iscotitl-lent of of*
Ibotlllbaourc,
I'lirMmi at a ilislnni-u wlslilii'- treiitiautil, liy
peii(1li,|( jaa unit n nilaiite ileiorlplloil of llielr
troilltlM will rocalvo lit return a full coiuho nt
tr-'iitnte.it mwnely iirukeil ho n« not toexcl'o m-
tlo-ily.
Dlt.  HI'tNNHY will ciiiiriint.-e to lorfult Five
Ilnnilre-I  Dullnr* tor ctoiv cane of any kimi or/
ctiarartor wlildi Im nmlertaheii nml full* to etirc. •-
.1'. H.—For illHcnxc' of altort itnmllu-*, a Mil
courno of meiliclm-H, Hntln-lont fur a cure, with
nil limtriiclloiii, will bu wot to any u<1i1rcii on
receipt of fill.
Cull Of Aillll-KD
»as-iy
IH. HPINNKY * CO.,
No. II Ke:iniey.Rt.lHnriFii:ii|clM:n,Oiil.
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