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Array ^'•ovmeinl ft,.,
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—•—in ruuHsiiKi)—
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
—bit—v
ROBSON BROTHERS.
Office, Columbia street, entrance to editorial and Business Department through T. R.
F-eamoh A Go't. Book & Stationery Store.
■TWIHH»HyMiill, J:i«]Viin $1 60 Corn iiioh.i
fl f«t.a mon.•{ payable In Advance. Delivered
Iy Onfrlqr or Agent, fl tier qnnrte'r, ptiyaulo
tpnrtttly to Currier or Agofit.
AQENT8)
T. N. Hiibeh & Co. Viotoria.
Wm. Hamison Yale.
L P> FISHER Ailvurtt8ing Agent, 21 Meroliant'/j
Kxeiimitto, Snn Kruiiclr-cji, iritititliorhutltmeuelve
AilvGrtfiementi for tills (tftuer.
may be found on tile nt
_      Qua. V.  Rowull ft Co.'a
Ifawtirpapar Advertliluit Hiueim (10 S|.rltt*u st,).
wlwre tivirtlHlng contract* may lie nmilo Tor It in
NRW YOBk.
THK PAPER
Newfipapir Advertliltlft
Ike glvitislt Columbian.
WetlnrMliy Harnlnit, .Inne N, is*.'.
MBIAN.
VOLUME 21
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, .JUNE 21, 1882.
NTJMBEH 49
Mongolian Labor.
We have much pleasum in reproducing the following from the Nn
liaimo JFtee Press:
"Capt. VanBremor, of the small
steamer Leonora, ia on a. tour among
the vnrioiiB Indian tribes on the coasts
nf the Mainland and this Island, for
the purpose of procuring Indian lain
for the canneries on Fraser Kiver. Ho
goea among ihe various tribes and en-
Sagas all he can, and arranges with
lem to be at the Fraser River in
about three weeks' time. On arrival
there they will be equitably distributed among the several canneries, so
that there will be no hitch or conflict
in procuring labor. We understand
that Capt; YanBremer got very few
Indians from this vicinity, as they get
regular work at good wages in and
around the coal mines, but tu tho
other sections be met with considerable success. We are extremely glad
to see this move made towards utilizing the abundant Indian labor of thin
Iiroviilce, for thoy are to the manor
torn and all they make will be utilized
within the province, and not taken
away to enrich Mongolian potentates.
They are certainly -a more desirable
class of laborers than the Oli'inesd foreigners who are so rapidly filling up
Marly every avenue of labor and taking their earnings out of the country.
It must be a matter of regret to every
one who has the true interest of this
our. adopted homo that the legislators
did not,see the necessity a year or two
ngo of inducing persons of the Caucasian race to emigrate to this province
to provide the labor necessary for tlie
construction of tho many public works.
The influx of 8000 Chinamen to build
the railway is a great political mistake,
their places should have been taken by
those of our race who are at their aits'
ond to keep the "wolf from the door"
in the overcrowded labor marts of the
European continent. The chango it
would make in our prosperity can
hardly be fully comprehended, and
their valuo in dollars it would be hard
to estimate. The contractors arc
bound to complete the railway within
a certain specified time, nnd finding
they cannot get mifflcient CiueiiBian
labor have no doubt reluctantly substituted Mongolian. Of the latter the
nonrce of supply ia simply unlimited."
We welcomo the advocacy of such
views, however lute nnd from whatever source; but them does appear
to be somo degree of apparent inconsistency in the advocate of such
! views "buttering up   an adminia-
1 tration  which is to a very great extent   responsible   for  tbo   present
deplorable condition  of   our labor
market—an administration that did
not even take the trouble, as it now
l appears, to , acquaint   the  Federal
Government with the fact thnt British Columbia had a Chinese griev-
* hiicr at all.
The following ringing appeal from
f the "League of Deliverancu" to tbo
[ people of the Pacific coast, we publish by request, and although the
L organization ia located in California,
[it can nnt fail to flbd sympathy in
Kin's Province*wherp; the '.satu? evil
■'exists and must sooner or later be
[fought:— .
Fellow Citizens — Tbo supreiim
f moment has arrivod from which shall
I date either the decadence of our civili-
lnation and onr country, or thy unim-
Ipeded glory of the one aud unrestricted prosperity and happiness of the
%ther,
The evil of Chiuose immigration has
|assumed  such   enlarged   proportions
>froin our indillbreiico and want of fore-
bought, that now it must be charae-
Itorized as  an  invasion.   While the
Epoor of  our   own  race were  being
■/-rowded out and their immigration to
vour Coast restricted through dread of
pom petition   with  these  people,   no
[thought waa given to the dangers wo
■were inviting.    Now, with a sparse
■And depleted population, a ruined cotn-
pieroe, au endangered national safety,
■an infectious alien race nmoiigat us,
[we are awakening to the immensity of
phe danger which the cupidity of some,
kite indifference nnd ignorance of 6th-
V* has fostered and fastened upon lis.
Even yet' it is not too late to grapple
■pith this evil and destroy it.   .
1 Congressional action, so long as it is
tampered and weakened by our prea-
|nt treaties with China, must continue
be unsatisfactory and inadequate.
|Ve should organize nud agitate toee-
hire the rigid enforcement of the Toujour Act, and also to build up and de-
■oustrate such a popular opinion and
(umanil throughout the United States
will result in tho total exclusion of
itiiueso cheap  labor' in accordance
■ith National law.
1 Let class and party lines be oblitor-
led for a time—1st us nsatuno the
Ih rae tor nnd dignity of patriots. Lot
1 all, men and womnu, unite for tbe
Immon purpose of race and national
leservattoti. Lot uot an inch of land
\ habitation be leased, rented or sold
to these people. Ilreai those who so
befriend them as tho*enemy of our
civilization, race and country, Use
nothing they manufacture or produce.
Interdict every business and industry
they engage in, In acting thus, sacrifices-of more or leu Magnitude must
bo made by each, py making such
sacrifiooB we accomplish this purpose.
Without such sacrifices tho evil will
grow and become so intensified that in
a moment of recklessness and despair
wo may have forced upon us a calamity so dreadful in its results thnt its
mere contemplation is appalling. True
men nnd women, loving their kind and
country, Will do much in a peaceful
way to avert such a catastrophe. In
this spirit aud for this purposo the
League op Deliverance has been organized. In this spirit and for this
purpose wo appeal to nlFto aid us.
We do not wish alono to drivo these
poople out of our houses and factories
that they may become implanted in
ths soil, but to leave no opportunity
unimproved to drivo them from that
also. So long as the Chinese can come
and go or remain, tbey not only nro a
menace to the American laborer but to
our civilization. Until thoy are forever removed thsro can be no permanent peace or security. To effect tlieir
entire but peaceful removal wilt be the
object of tbe League ov Deliverance.
To its ranks it invites all, irrespective
of social, political or national lines.
The mechanic aud laborer, struggling
to maintain an existence against the
crushing competition of these people;
the farmer, whoso domain hitherto un-
assailed is now being steadily and
surely invaded by their encroachments;
tho merchant and manufacturer, reel
pients of temporary financial bt'iielits
from their labor, but who aro at length
awakening to the ruin which their
further influx will involve them in-
all are asked to co-ooeiato in this groat
movement.
The politician who prefers his country to his party, and can saOrTfice his
selfish aims upon the altar of patriotism, is also invited.
Tho united ufibfts of all are reijin'red
to perform successfully this great work.
Organization is a prerequisite as well
as a precursor of success. Uniformity
of plan and unity of action arc imperatively required. Wo appeal to all
—we urge upon all to organize and become members of Leagues of Deliver-
anco for tho following purposes:
First—liy organized effort to drive
the Chi'nofjc out of each employment
iu detail.
Second — To substitute white or
other labor in such employments for
Chiuose,
Third-—To insist upon the enforcement of ovcry Local, Stnto and National law discouraging the immigration of
Chinese hero aud their l-osideuco
amongst ns, as well aa the enactment
of more stringent and effectual measures for a liko purpose.
Fourth—To rid the country of Chinese under all circumstances.
R.T. WILLIAMS,   BOOTS and SHOES
B
00K BINDER, PAPER RULER, j
and Blank Book Manufacturer. J
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted. I
Files of Magazines," Illustrated Papers, '
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria, B. C.
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN,
BEAT.BU   IU
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
GRANVILLE, B. I„
\SblWSl
HEATHORN'S
Boot k Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
.Shop under tjio new Oddfellow Hall, Col
multilist,, New Westminster,
MORTON   HOUSE,
SmCEYS BRIDGE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
mHK ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
I. open for tho accommodation of the
Public, and the proprietor will endeavor
to deserve a fair share of patronage.
The very boat of Winks, Liquors and
Cigaiis will always be kept.
July 1, 1881.
C.   MORTON.
Prof. Hofer (dates that the heat in
tho deepest workings of tho Adalbert
silver mines in TJoliemia*—about 3,400
feet below the surface—is far from
being excessive. The temperature of
tho rock is but about 70 degrees
Fahrenheit, whilo tbat of tho atmosphere is a small fraction of a degree
higher. In some parts of the Comstock
lode in Nevada tho temperature is
130 to 157 degrees at a depth of 1,800
to 2,000 fout. It is generally known
that geologists find the average increase
in the earth's internal heat froiii tho
surface downward to bo one degree
for every sixty feet of descent. Iu tho
case of tlie Adalbert mines tbo increase,
—allowing the surface temperature to
lie fifty degrees,—would be one degree
for each Hi I tool of descent; and the
highest average in the Comstock lode
coiinot bo less than ono degree to
every 10 feet.
Contractor and Builder.
riAJtSiind SPKOlFIOATIOyS 0A1CB-
FIII/1,1 1IAIIK Oil.
AI.KO AQBST  POIt TIIK
Asphalt Roofing Company.
This is the BEST nnd CHEAPEST
Roofing now iu uso. Call ami examine
model roof.
K3T Shop corner of Mackenzie k Clark-
son Streets, New Westminster.     apl2
FIRE INSURANCE.
TIIE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Cnpllal, • £2,000,000 sterling
Risks accepted at   Current Hates of
Premium by
JOHN C BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster,
Columbia St., New Westminster.
SELLING OFF I
*
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
THK KNTIUK STOCK OV
Furniture.   Picture.*..   Mouldings,
W»U 1'aprr, and t'lirtrrtiihvrV
tin (His,
I In the Store lately occupied by David
, Withrow.
' Orders for (Ioods which nre not on
j baud will be filled from Victoria on short
; notice.
For further particulars, apply ou the
I premises, Columbia Street,  New Wcs
minster, or to
J,   SEMI,,
Victoria, H. C.
There has been loft in Umatilla
county thia spring between 5400,000
pud §500,000 by the different buyers
of cattle, sheep and horses. It ia estimated that 100,000 sheep have been
driven out of the county. The prices
paid for these shcop were from $1.50
to 92.25'"each. It ii thought 5,000
head of horses have been sold at an
average prico of $12.50 per huad.
From 20,000 to 1)0,000 cattle havo been
sold at $20 to $10 per animal.
Tho electrical piano of Boudet is a
recent novel application of electricity.
Au ordinary instrument la provided
with two seta of hmuuiera, tho upper
or electrical series being brought into
action by pressing certain keys. Au
organ-like otlect ia produced by the
electrical hammer**-, which continue
striking the wires rapidly so long aa
pressure on tho corresponding keys is
given,
Tho celebrated catbederal of St.
Isaac in St. Petersburg, which cost
$25,000,000. is in danger of actually
tumbling to the ground through its
1 insecure foundation. When it wns
built $1,000,000 waa spout in pile:
■Jtiving;
Take no more-nauseous purgativos.
Burdock Wood Bitters act mildly, pleasantly and thoroughly upon the Bowels,
and occasion no inconvenience, while it
regulates tho Liver and Kidneys nnd
tones the enfeebled system. Trial bottles
10 cents.
Itlieu mutism is greatly dependent oil a
vitiated condition of tlio fluids, ami may
be eliminated from the system by clemming tlie.' Blood - and regulating the Kidneys. Burdock Blood .Bitters will do
this most effectually. Trial bottles 10
coats.
Dropsy Is essentially a watery condition of tho Blood, dependent upon disordered kidneys. IIII nl Of It IllOOd lilt.
I ('I'M nre strongly Diuretiu, and conao-
qtiontly tho best known remedy, acting
as it does upon tho entire Secretory System.
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
MAW   WM\<*.    KEY   FIITIXti,    MM'K-
SMITH, < t 11 lilt V  4.1 tO| Ml.
srissoi.s siiAit-rt.u.it,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired,   Machine
Needles for Sale.
I mlir-Uat- M< n.lr.1, .-ml ftem-ntl Reptili-
lilK nr»(l,v ilaiir.
Ammunition of all kinds. A full assortment of Redondiug Tools, ami everything
roipiired hy a Sportsman. Rn-LKS, Shot
Owns, RRvoi.VEitfl, and Fishino Tacki.k
for snip. d-My
ADVANTAGES OF THE
GOAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils of Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
TIIE BEACON LIGHT is
an Oil of High Test with a light gravity,
which makes the Oil a protection against
explosion*
One Ordinary Burner gives n (Elrll-
Unnt) Mglil (Miiiid In Ten Cnmllu
Uglilsl
Its odor is not offensive,   Tho Beacon
Light Oil is
FREE FROM SMOKE & SMELL.
In point of Kconomy, the Bcacou Light
Oil h
li:hh i..\t*iAsm; than other mm.
The Consumer burning onfl light—for
Four Hours—Mill not consume over Ouo
tiill, or orte thirty-second part of a Gallon, which docs not tax thu Consumer
more than Two Cents for a whole night.
oiTrajKiMEit mios.,
Ui Solo Agents, Victoria, B.C.
H.
HAS OPKNKD THE STORK AD-
joining the City Hotel, Columbia
Street, where he will sell, cheim for
CASH:-
Crocerlcs,
Tobacco,
Cigars,
candles &v.
V>y dare'nl attention to business hu
hopes to merit a share of the Puliliu
patronage.
Now West., April 20, 1S82. aj)22
ESTABMSilKD 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Srarlj Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
mHE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
J.   Busortmont of all inscriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Finn*,
ilies, ltcstaurauts, and .Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICKS.
ROYAL CITY
MI ILLS CO,,
UMITHD
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—At.!. PES0KIPTI0X8 OK—
Rough k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINCS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Planing, Scroll-sawing, Turning, Shaping,
And all klmls of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with tlie
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOiL^T HENDRY,
Manager.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—A SO—
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OF EVERY  DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
.IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Asasortmont; from S'2H to .*?{}0.
r-AT-<~
MUSIC   STORE,.
(iOYKIINMENT STRKKT,  VICTOIIIA,
J. BAGNALL,
PlANOIr-OltTB&OllOANTlfSKlutltKrAIUKK
SEVEN THOUSAND!
AOEES
DYKED LANDS
FOR SALE.
Tlio uiulcraiguod ofl'er
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Microl Terms (if I'njnicnt given to
, Bonn 11*10 Settlers.
These Lands are of excellent quality,
and a larue portion of them is ready for
the rilmieli.
WOODS A TURNER,
New Westminster,
E. M. JOHNSON,
Victoria,
Or C. li. SWORD,
oe8 Riverside.
BliCESMITHIIG
(AT imilNKTTK MILLS.)
AVma  KNOAGKD THE SKR-
    vices of Mr.   J.\s. Bpiehs, mid
flttcil our Shop witli'a sot of flrst-eliiss
Toola, we are in a position to ttuii out
the lioBt quality of work in this liho.
my!3 DkBECK BROS, k CO.
tfi-riily reeommeinled
for      llillollMlfH-*,
Ni-Jitl-Uhr,   Ton*
Mlimll-iti.lniliK-'V
, niuinvM, llrurii.iirn,
  Ilrrnlhf loss or Ap-
;.'<■(Hi-. .Ijinmllcf, lo-m of
fMnory, Muiir Mlnmiirli, liver Com*
'Haiiil.onr ,-ihi!<s:wui*'ii^fromthfl8toBi-
ilt, stiMiTis.'*.- B.idiH.v**. '1'licy aro safe.
- i:-lh,h:li!t1>f.)i!;;hiii(lioirr.t.(Ion. PromltoJi
l-'llhJs". '!'"■"* VJim. n.iCt ,-,;lt HUT.
J. K. PLEACE & CO.
IMI'ORTKUK AND DEALBltS IN
STOVES,
BANGES,  &0„ toO..
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A fl 11 assortment constantly on hand, at
tlie LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Tinware manufactured on the premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to.
IIOI.HUOOK'& STOXi: l.l IM-IV:.
Xcw WestniinsiVr.
COLONIAL
HOTEL
COLUMBIA STREET,
New  Westminster, B. C.
GO TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET   YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
IJOOTS AND SHOES OE EVERY
")   description nmde to order, ojid re-
imircd, from an
INFANT'S   SHOE
—TO    A -
JMLA.3M-S    BOOT.
The higlieatOASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
Opposite the Bank.
HAVING PURCHASED AND
, completely re-furnished nnd
otherwise greatly improved .this
well-known establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce that it 'is
OPEN
For the reception of Guests.
Coiiviently located and well appointed in every department,  M'ith
BATH ROOMS
And nll the most modern appliances, it will he found in every
respect the. best, as it is the largest
a ml most commodious, Hotel on the
Maintain], .
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very host
management both as regards uuisink
and attendance, and parties desiring
them can have comfortable Privillc
])lltlllg KOO.1.8, with special attendance.
The
BAR   ROOM
Is stocked with tlie choicest Wines
and Liquora, and tiie best brands of
Cigars will always be kept on huiid.
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, find
provided with Strahlk's Patent
CUSHION TABLES,   the best in
iff Good attendance and moderate charges.
j. E. INSLEY,
I'KoritiKTon ft Mas-aokr.
April 4, 1SS2. ap5
Jfor §itli ox %o pint.
FOR SALE:
mHKEE VOICE OP GOOD WOUK-
X OXEN, well broken and in good
order. .       *
For particulars apply to - i
my31 A. INNES, Langley.'
FOR RENT:
rTUiE EAGLE HOTEL, ntONT-ST.*'
J, Neil' AVestininster; opposite the
Wharf; with a License, . i
Apply to fa |
HENRV V. EDMOND^,,
mh*22 Land Agent.
briSs^rISl
rpHE SUilSCHlii^lt HAS A KILN
_L of excellent IniekM for sale cheap.
Delivery anywhere.
T/McKAY,
New Westminster,
dune 24, 1SSI. jn2£i
FOR IaLET
ONE PORTABLE STEAM   SAW-
mill, now nt work near Lytton mid
in good condition.
For particular!* ciujuire of |
JAS. MURIE,
Lytton,
Or A. R. FERGUSON,
myl7-Jm Piopiictor. Clinton.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMFY.
I Old Broad St. and 1(1 Pail Mall, •
■   LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels ; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland nnd in Foreign
Countries,
FROM MISS OK DAM AUK BY F1KE.
Subscribed and Invested Capitalt
£1,(300,000 STG.
Kates of Premium and evory information can be obtained on application to
W. J. AIHISTK0KG,
Agent for New Westminster.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD  INLET.
Newly Built and \nt Iy Fiiralslied.
law. jiiid CommniliiHis.
ONE OF THE (BEST HOTELS OH THE MAINLAND,
Commands an unbroken view  of  that
magnificent sheet of water known ns
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
sill**  or   roohh   i-'ok   r.i.iin.ti>.
SW Visitors and Tounsts will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
bo strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNI0N,
0R0 RESTAURANT
COLUMBIA STKKKT,
NEW WESTMINSTER* B. C.
(ESTABLISHED IBOOO
THIS WKLL KNOWN AND MOST
conveniently located establishment,
having been purchased by tho niuler.
signeii, will be conducted ns a FIRST-
CLASS
BOARDING    HOUSE,
Under the personal superintendence of
Mrs. Daih'Ktt.
fir w; ■* 3*-c m s
Board k Lodging per Week  SU 00
Board alono por Week  B 00
Single Meals      B0
S3' The Mail Stages leave this House
for Burrard Inlet twice a dny.
S. W.  DAGGETT.
May 8,18S1.
CANARY BIRDS.
A FEW CHOICE SINtlKUS FOR
Sale, at $5.00 each,   Enquire at
the Columbia Houso.
J. CUNNINGHAM.
New West,, May 26/ 18.«.       inyiV-lm
FARMS, TOWN LOTS,
AND  OTHER LANDS
FOR   SALE.
MONEY TO LEND
AT REASONABLE RATES.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
myl3-2m Bauiu.stkr, Wow West,
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Riverside Farm, Matsqui,
IN  WHOLE OK PAttT,
/CONTAINING TURKU HUNDRED
\_,i iicreal-ykedL'inil.ofwhic!i2o0acrea
could easily he put under crop for next
Bcasou,.
WITH V.HAKF SO FUliT VK0KT, and
AMPLE BARN AMI  0TKEK
DlilLUIMi    ACCOMMODATION.
Apply, to
C. B. SAVORl).
Riverside.
DAIEY  FASM
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
rpHE   l'AKM_ CONSISTS OF  320
L    Acre*, in Nievla Valley, known ns
I'. L. Anderson's Ranch, of whicli a part
is Ruitahlc for crop.   It is situated about
li miles from the Public Hall and Rond.
Also—~'i Milk Tana,  Churn, and -ill
tlie implements necessary for Dairying.
Alao—20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to
I\ L. A.NDER'SON. ■
apflte Nicola Luke.
FARMfo'rSALE
mHE UXniCKSIliXKU TJKINO PK-
1_ sirous, on account of failing health,'
to retire from liusinesH, oilers for sale his
first-class Dairy Farm, situated on Suin.u**
i'rairie, consisting of Trio acres, of which
■about 1.(0 acres arc under fence. Thci-e
is a good Orchard on the place, Dwelling
House, Dairy, Bams, Stables, kc, kc. "
The Hairy Stock, -Horses, &c, will be
sold with Farm if desired.
Tkiims—One half of purchase money
payable at time of purchase: the balnnco
nt reasonable rate of interest on time to
suit purchaser.
Pot? particulars apply to
CHESTKil CHADSEY,
mv24-3m Sumas.
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOR
Church or Parlor.
A 5-0CTAVE MasoinWImn-
Hn Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
roods, siili-lmss, octave coupler, vox hu-
nianii, grand organ, and kueu swull, 8
stops, rids organ is now used in the
Methodist Church, and is swout toned
and in good order. Will be sold for 8150
cash, us it is intended to procure a more
powerful one. This is a decided bargain.
Apply to
'  T. R, FKARSOXA-CO.,
Stationers .V Music Dealers,
fe*ltc New Westminster.
FOR   SALE:
milK   UNDKRMFXTIONKD   FRO-
L   perty.
City of New Westminster:
LOT   4, BLOCK It),
"     10,        " 32,
"     12,        " .T2,
7,         " 0,
V     12,        " 2-i.
District of New Westminster:
l/it  210,   Oroup  I., North shore  Fort
Moody,
Lot   102,   Oroup  I.j   South side Fort
Moqdy,
Lot ltd, liroup -!•> milV ihistiugH, llur*
rard Inlet,
Lot 302, Group I., False Creek,
Lot 111), Group II., South bank Frasor
River,
Lots  147, HS,  lfiO, Group II., South
bnnk, Frasor River,
Lot (Mia, Group II., South bank Frasor
River.
HENRV V. EDMONDS,
inlilS' land Agonfc, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Candidate.:.......'.■'. r..Win. fIaauo
flu *f riiislt 4ftttnttu.it.
WeffftpHdny Morning, Jane 'tt/tMf.
To the Electors or the District
or New Westminster:
OKNTiEMEJf..** beg to Announce
myself a candidate lit 'the ensuing
election to represent yon tti tbe
Provincial Leghtnttfre.
I shall take an early opportiiiitii
of placing my views before you, Hint
hoifo^tfoh to Visit the'varlous set-
tiehlerits and nieet as matryofyoh
as tin iri'iike'lt'cdtivenreili 'to come
together*
-3*0. ROBSON.
Those Expenses.
It will be remcmbeVcd tliut'tlie
Legislature was called ii\m\, last
session, % vote upwnrils of five
'thbusand dc-llars of the people's
lhbriey lo piiy tho expenses of Mr.
DeCosmos' worse than useless Wis
ston to London last year. The
Standard devoted a leading article
on Friday to showing that only a
part of that amount went for personal expenses—that there was included In ii'(inter alia) the price of
1,756 'lhaps, and it tviiiit on to say:
—"Mr. Mara, M, P. P., to lift credit be it said, speaking in his place
iu the House as a member of the
PUBlic Accounts 'Commit'tee, r^id
that jfrr. DeCosmos' personnA 'expenses were very moderate, wliich,
from the above showing, is strictly
true." Now it is most unfortunate
for the StdixdaHl tliaT; it should
have fitac-Scl Mr. Mara in tlie wit*1
ness box, for, in cross examination,
that .genttecinn will'State'that what
he said in the House 6'n 'tli6 deca-
aion referred to was substantially as
fcUo-ws*:—"Mr, DeCosiftos' 'cxpetities
"were Very inocieratb when it was
"considered that in the amount ap-
'"^ea-ring was a large item for mis-
"leading maps which he had prepared and took with him to Lon-
"don for the express purpose of
""robbing the Mainland of the rail-
'"w«y terminus—a fact which ought
""to be especially gratifying to the
"members for New Westminster
"City and District, who voted in
"favor of that mission." We shall
'most likely be told that Mr. Mara
"was not so reported in the papers.
'Of tfaat fact we are |*erfeetly aware,
Mr. Mara informed the present
writer that, for reasons best known
to themselves, the reporters for the
Victoria papers did not give his
language on that occasion—that the
point he wade against the New
Westminster members Was left out
altogether, and he -re'irea'tcA what he
did say, wliich was substantially as
stated above. We tton&ilentty appeal to tfoo gentleman himself to
'correct us if we have in tho slightest degree misrepresented hit... So
•far, therefore, from helping its cause
by appealing to Mr. Mara, the
Standard has provoked the disclosure of most damaging facts—facts
which tell fearfully against those
Mainland members who deliberately
voted away upwards of five thousand dollars of the people's money
for the express purpose of sending
the arch enemy of the Mainland to
London to rob it of tho railway ter-
•minus by means of lying words aiul
lying maps printed at the expense of
the very people who were to have
been thus despoiled ! 80 much for
Mr. Mara's evidence, who, "to his
credit be It said," spoke the truth.
Well may tho recreant members
from the Lower Fraser, who voted
for that mission to despoil their own
constituencies, exclaim, in respect of
the Standard, each for himself,
"Save me from my friends 1"
est as can be found anywhere, nnd
the facilities for moving it to market
will be good. Next comes St,
Mary's Mission Station, in the centre of a group of'jn'escnt settlements
and of n future 'populous and productive district, and admirably situated as an outlet for the products of
the surrounding country. Harrison
river Station is certainly second to
none tn point of 'importance. It is
here that the productive settlements
of upper and lower "Chfilf whack, upper and possibly lower "Sumas, as
well as the extensive but as yet
sparsely settled lands above and below will find-an outlet and a market.
It is here, too, tliat the Harrison
lake land'Douglas trade will find an
outlet—a "trade which is likely to
become ve.y extensive as the mineral and'timbor wealtlrof that region
is developed. Coming 'to Hope we
'hnveu stutlbn'which, while 'meeting
'tlio 'wants of considerable mining
und agricultural communities, will
be chiefly important as the great
shipping stution for cattle and sheep
raised on the tuore southerly grass
ranges of the PrnVrace. Witli the
development of the known silver
mines in that Vicinity tho Hope
Station may acrjiiiro exceptional importance, Railway stations cannot
be locnted at every door. Mora's
the pity. But, all things considered,
and making proper allowance for
the natural disappointment of those
who entertained reasonable enough
expectations of having them nearer
■home, it will be generally admitted
that tlie stations referred to in this
hasty sketch have been wisely located, and we hope and expect at no
distant day to see prosperous com-
'munities springing up around each
'of them.
Editorial Notes.
The Evening Post criticiaos the Victoria Heform "Ticket" rather severely.
Of Messrs, Drake and Davie it has
'nothing "but good to say. Of Dr.
Trimble nnd Mr. Wilson nothing but
bad. It reminds its readers how that
Dr. Trimble found it convenient to
change sides upon the advent of tho
Elliott administration. Why does it
not take the public fully into its confidence and tell about all tha actors in
the ''Kriemler Farm" conspiracy, upon
the chief uf whom it bestowed such a
warm eulogiuut the other day. You
shouldn't make "Hull of one aiid flesh
of another" Mr. PoL If you are
really independent you can afford to
be impartial and just.
Yet another illustration of the total
disregard of public interests and contract obligations in the perforffiailco of
the mail service fcetwecA this city and
Victoria was afforded by the steamer
Enterprise on Friday last. Leaving
Victoria at 7 o'clock a.m., she did not
arrive here till 7:45 p.m.—being 4
hours and three-quarters behind contract timo, and fully six hours behind
the timo which anything like a good
steamer might be supposed to make.
It is not easy to understand the principles of policy by which the Company
are actuated, but it Is not difficult to
foresee the results of such extraordinary disregard of all those considerations which usually weigh with those
competing for public patrongo. As
for tho mail contract, it illust dither be
fulfilled or abrogated.
Railway Stations.
Ih looking over tho 0. P. E.
stations between Port Moody and
Emory, one Cannot but admire the
evident care and wisdom displayed
in their location. Beginning with
Port Haliey, we haVe' one of the
most beautifully situated points on
the river. There is excellent hur-
borage, Convenient wharfage, and
freedom from the sweep of tho current. 1ft in well chosen as a centre
for tlie rich country surrounding it
on all sides, and has already a population of over seven hundred within
a radius of six miles. Stave River
Station marks the best timber district on the river, besides constituting a natural centre for an important agricultural district. Upon
the slope extending from the bank
of the Fraser" back to the i-flonntains,
& distance of from ten to fifteen
fniles, stands as fino a lumbering fov-
Our contemporary of the Colonist
unwittingly did the Beaven government great injustice by stating that at
the uleventh hour the New Westminster land tax sale, appointed to be held
on Thursday last, wits given up in
deference lo public opinion and out of
consideration for doluged settlers.
Nothing of the kind. The sale did not
take place, it is true; but that was not
otving tt) any relenting on the part of
the Government, but, pure and simple,
because Micro were no bidders—the1
public having unanimously determined-
not to be party to such heart lets proceedings as selling the homesteads of
deluged settlers for usurious taxes
which no government could possibly be
justified in extorting. With his knowledge of Mr. Heaven's naturo, wo arc
surprised that our contemporary should
have fallen into the ludicrous error of
imagining that the new Premier's
heart relented.
The sitting (if the Court of assi/e reminds us of tlie Injustice uf the pro
sont system (1) of paying petit jurors.
Settlers who can . ill-afford either the
tune or expense, rti'e dragged away
from huilid and required to remain in
the city sometimes for several weeks.
And what do they receive for their
services '< Those Who aro put on juries
arc paid 81:50 for each cote tried. If
a caso occupies iuore than one' day, tho
pay is $1.50 a day—wot, howrtver, exceeding $5 in all for' oiio case. Should
a ease last for several weeks, as sometimes occurs, still the $5 is all the
juryman gets.- But the greatest injustice" fells to tho lot of stleh jurymen
as itre not called ot) it called, are challenged, these do not receive a single
cent! This whole matter should be
adjustod so as to secure to every petit
juror summoned enough to cover all
necessary expenses from the time he
leaves home till hff returns and enough
to pay fair wages for a man to work in
his place during his enforced absence.
DOMINION DAY
CELEBRATION
new Westminster.
Saturday, July 1st, 1882,
Reception Committee:
MAYOB AND COUNCIL AND GENERAL COMMITTEE.
J. W. Howison,
Treasurer.
1).
Si CL'HtlH,
Hon. Sec.
THE EXCELSIOR BRASS BAND
Will lie in attendance dflrlfig the
day.
Music ask Bali. Committer:
Cnpt. 1'ccle, H.. V. Edmonds. Wm.
Moresby, J*Oi HughHsj W. H.Kcary.
IfOitSK KACING,
Ou Agues Street.   Tq commence at 12
o'clock sharp.
OisiMlTTHK:—W. !f. Armstrong, fl. C.
Webster, H. Elliott, W. B. Towusend.
1st Roce —4-mile hoa*&i 2 \i\ 3. 1st
prize, 830.00; 2nd prize, $10.00.:
2nd Race—500 yards, lients; 2 in 3. 1st
prize, $15.00; 2nd prize, 55.00.
Winners in 1st race to bo excluded
from 2nd race.
In 1st race riders must wear distinct
colore.
In alt races 3 horses must run or no
i*ace.
Kilt-ranee money, ten per cent, of 1st
pri/e iu each race.
Entrance for 1st nud 2nd race to he
tuiule, entrance money J-uid, and riders'
colors declared, with J. W. Howison,
Esq., Occident Hotel, before 0 a. 111. on
day of race.
The decision of committee to lie final.
BOAT RACING,
To commence nt 2 o'clock.
Committee!—Capt. Irving, J, Wise,
W. Johnston, Mi M. English, I). Cliii-
holn., A'. Ewen.
1st KacC—4-onred gigs; prize, §40.00.
2nd Race—2 pair sculls (fishing boats):
prize, 810.00.
3rd Race-—1 pah* sculls; prize, §5,00.
Entrance—1st race, $2.50; 2nd race,
50 cents; 3rd nice, 50 cents.
If three boats compete thfe second is
to have entrance money of race.
uuiod'HaCG—11 Indians in each canoe;
prize, §22.00.
GAMES AM) SPOUTS,
To commence at 4 o'clock p. fit*.
Committer—J. A. Webster, 1). Mills,
Hon. T. H. Mclnnes, .'. Orr, 3. A. It,
Homer, W, I). Ferris-
Foot Race (500 yards); prize, $5.00*.
Married Men's Race, 200 yards t-.iindi-
capped); prize, keg of beer.
Foot Race, 100 yards; prize, §2.50.
Wheelbarrow Race,   100 yards;  prize,
$2.50.
Boys' Race, 150 yards (under 15 years of
age); prize, S2.00.
3-legged Race,   100 yards; prizo §2.50.
Rurtrihlg Long Jump; prize, $2.50.
Running High Jump; prize, $2.50.
Standing Long Jump; prize, $2,50.
Standing High .lump; prfzft, $2.50.
Running High Jump witli pole; prize,
82.50.
Rutting the Stone; prize, $2.50.
Tossing the Caber; prize, $2.50.
Quoit Match, 18 yards j prize, $5.00.
"        "       ](J    "        "   keg of beer
Entrance fee—25 cents.
Decisions ov various Committees to
HE FINAL;
A FRfeK tUU
To bo given  in   tlir   DRILL SHED.
Dunning to commence at 8 p. in.
God Save the Queen.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
■"-IjIPOKTJills AJill DeiLefe IN—
Bofeks & Stationery,
PMG? 00068,
Pianos, Organs & MTtisic,
South Side of Columbia St.,
Nel'   Westminster,. 1. C
The largest and best-solectodsttock of
Miscellaneous Books
on tho Mainland of British CohuhtTn,
comprising History, Poetry, Biography,
Science, Fiction, and General Literature.
A full stock of tho Scusido Library just
received, including the latest numbers.
School Bootes.
All tho authorized books for Public and
High Schools. Also, School RomiisiteB
in great varioty—SWtcS, Pencils, Chiyifis,
Copy.Books, Drawing imitcrinlaVStc.
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers,, embracing all
sizes, shapes and qualities.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very complete, ami
as the goods have lieon purchased from
•ihe'mtiTiiifhetut'ej'S, on the thost'favorable
tenns, prices wifl comjiartTi-vornbly with
JLliuso of nny other 'establishment in the
Province. Foolscap Papers, Letter Pap-
'aits, Noto Papcrs,,Bill Hcn-ls, Statements,
tftfmoran'-M, Tl&tft. %ttlng, Wrap-
pm'j-yKhd other Papers. Some beautiful
Resigns "in Fancy.Xote Papers from Loudon af-dParis., j&u immense stock of Envelopes ol1'all styles-, colors nml prices.
 V5_ ♦	
Fancy <3toods..
A very large vnnety of V'etyiv (^00*3 always on hand, +0 winch Mmno'ns are being t-onstantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A verj* lat-gc nnd complete stock of miscellaneous articles such its are usually
found in a stationery establishment.
S|-t?cincH'H, Eyr-f-llflflKt-N,    ■
Pluyliift Cauli. VlHlflitKCmilM,
Biifttiit*HH CnrdM, Cnril bnnril-
Cwrd Cftifi,   Vusei, Game*-.
Ink* of all klndi,
ItitUtainli—plnlu and fancy,
Photo. Allium*., Picture**,
Antograjih  Album**,  Toy*,
Scran Ponkn, Pnrsc*,
Writing Dt-Hkx, Gold Pern,
Ladle*' Work ll-MkitN,
Gentlemen** ni'e'*tsMlV> Clinen,
Splli.(h, Velvet Frame*, toe,, toe,
Pianos & Organs.
Ha ving made unusually favorable arrange-
inyjits with somo of the lending Piano
mailers in Boston, New York, Haiti
more, nnd elsewhere, Wo arc able to offer a
fcOMPLETt
miimii
L^OV-
'-"*•*■***
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
Notice IS' Hereby riivM,
that a Court of Revision will bo
hold at th.' Municipal Council Chambers,
on SATORBit tub 15th Day of Jttiv,
1882) at 12 d'elock noon, for the purpose
of hearing coiriplaintS; If any, ogfflHst Mi«
AsscssWorlt Roll for tllf year 1882;
By! O'Mciv   ,. ,"   u.,
'      ^AilES Cttffi, C. M. C.
Now tVestimustcr, Juno 6, 1882.       jn7
NOTIOE.
HAVING CLOSED' (JOT .THE
"I'opiiUtt MSrliet," 1 flc'slro to
thank iny numerous patrons for past
favors, *ml id notify all thoso whose
accounts are still unpaid that an early
wtticment is rendered absohitely llocs'
**' W. J. FRENCH.
New Wcstmtnsfcr, June 2, 1882;       Jn8
FIUST-CLASS PIANO
at little more1 (liUii lias lieretofore been
asked fOrft vcrjr inferior instrument. We
have the exclusive agency in this Province
for the fine Pianos iiiiiiilmlt-turcd hy Heil-
rv K. Aillicr, of.Boston. A numlier of
these Piaiios; hiljidrtcd by us, arc now in
this city,  and they are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FORTH*: PRICE
over brought into this country. We are
also agents tor the Knabe Pianos, the
Stcimvuy, the Weber, the De'illtbr, and
others, any ouo of which1 we can supply on
the most favorable terms. We are agents
id this hroviricfe for tha llomln'on Organ
(Vs. llrffmis (of Bowmanville, (hit.), and
W. Bell k Co'h. Organs (of Guelph,
Out.), and the leading American Organs.
PERSONS Intending to Purchase
a, PirtUt* Ur drtiilu of nny kind, t'liiindiaw',
Ainericau or Ktiropeau, will Hnd it to their
mlv-mtugt- to commuiiicate with us.
Sheet MusiC.
The Iftr{*Bf*:t risSbi'tment of Vooal and In-
strtittibiital Mitsie to he found anywhere
on the Mainland. Hobs, duets, trios,
quartettes, choruses; .liotli secular and
sacred: A (hie eolletiliou of the very bust
I'iiiiiu Solos, carefully selected hy some of
the best pianists in tho east. Sheet music
solli lit New York prices.
Music Books;
Always on hand, a gto'rt ussorthii-nt of
In-jtructimi Hooks for Piano, Organ, Violin j etc. The new and Juilartfed edition
of Richardson's Piand Mtthrid. Also; a
collection of miscellanliouf) music books,
ljoth vocal and instniiuetital. Music not
in stoclt Will be ordciWl pfotHbtly;
ttulHH
GOODS!
CONSISTlHrO of
Brocaded Silks and
SatiilS, in all shades,
New Ombre Trimmings,
Black & Colored Cashmeres & Merinoeo,
New French Satin
Merveilleux,
Black & Color*5d Velveteens,
Athol  Glfeces,   i»   all
shaded,
Black Paramatta
Cloths, &c, &c,
Oatmeal, Niagara,
Lace Stripes, -Poulards,   Momies,  and
other Cloths,
White  and  Colored
Piques, in all lhe newest styles,
India, Mull, Nainsooks, to Swiss Muslins, Lace and Muslin Curtails,
New Neck Ruttlings,
Silk Scarfs, Fichus,
Chenille   Necklets,
Latest   styles   in    Silk
Handkerchiefs, Silk
Cords and Tassels, in
all shades,
fcLOVESj
Jerseys, in Black, Sillt iind
Lisle, in all shades,
TheNewLaoedKid Glovesj
A fine assortment of Feathers Flowers, Ribbons, nnd New Millinery Trimmings,
A good line of Hosiery;
A large stock of Men's and
Boys' BtraW HteVtli<
Men's and Soys'Clothing
BBOTHER6,
s*tic(Jfesoiis ib
R. W. DEAHE & CO.
-**-<.-
1861.  1882.
l-BCE
-»-*-*.-
WE &AfE 'GREAT'
pleasure in announcing the aVrival of t>\re nist
lot of
New G&tods!
From England and the East,
whicn we KaVe ■j'us't received
as follows:
T^r Bteamet; '''VteTOKlA,"
78 CiSESi
%r steamer "G.W. ELDER,"
IS CASES;
Pet- sailing Vessel "YTJcA,"
6 CASES';
Making 'A Grand 1 o'tal dt
NINETY-NINE CASES
Of NE# GOODS, 'consisting of
STAPLE it FANCY
DRY GOODS,
MlN>8 & bOYS*
CLOtHtNG,
Men's & Boys' Hats,
(IN gTRAW A fBLTJi
CARPETS,
JSJLILSFf&i
FLOOR CLOTHS,
HARDWARE,
toCj   too.
THE PROPRIETOR, af-
ter 21 years of mercantile li'fe in thfs "City, begs
I'JaVe'b report io his numeir-
dus Patrons that his Business
is "prosperous and the outlook
for the future is bright. We
hop'e \o do a big trade during
th'e present y'eaV. We have
now in stock a complete assortment of
With some heavy shipments
'on tlhe way from the Eastern
Marke's. rfe are buying.
ior Cash, getting large dis-
cb'tin'ts, which enables iis to
sell at much l'oWer rates than
formerVy. We are deter-
ftiined to keep the Columbia
House to the front, making
it, as it Iras been for years',
the leading mercantile House
on Hie Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that we
can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper i-'ates than any other
House ill this City, and we
mil do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer';
Ntw Hat., Feb. S, lSSH.       fell
lnsufahC-gj
Wo aro agents for (lie Noimi Bkitish
and Mercantile Fire Insurance Cc.
Capital, $10,000,000; Losses paid, 825,
000,000.    Also, the CONe-EMIRATION LIFE
Abhoci.v*M*; offr-'rlpa the lowest rates on
tlio best security cOfty company doing
business in Canada.
TrfftPEAM&COi,
(toltimfclil ut: (tKtwtwn 8, rf. rfajo'r'-f rffVd inlmo'*'
(■iinnlngliain'n),
New Westminsters B, 0.
MILLIiMEtlY & ntlESSSfAKlXG
DOlNE  ON   THE   PltEMI8E8 IN
THE.LATEST' STYLES:
JAMES ELLARD & GO,
Cor. ColHmnla & Mary Him
These Goods we are* how
opening:
COME AND SEE THEM
As we intend selling at Bed-
Bock Prices for Casii, as we
have still larger consignments
to arrive'i
Our stock is now as complete as any in town, and
our prices (he lowest.
Further porticulftn* nest
week.
FASHIONABLE
MILLINERY
DRESS =■ MAKINGI
OPtK MR.  lOXIXGIIAM'S.
CoIumBhSt,, New West;
Tiiil l7.^[i)BR8IGNKDTAKK^
plL-asuro ill niiiiiiiiiK-jiig to the La:
•lies of New WWitHiinflter aiul surround'
ing cQm\ti*jf(thtlt aim hee received and
opened oat a fine atunrtment of tlie Newest and. most t'lwmonalilc Goeds from
Siin .Filliieisco and Kasteni Markets, and
she ib now prepnied to execute all orders
in Mllllitci-y nnd' Dresamaklng witlj
promptness and care. Tlio latest fashions
always on linnd. Fancy Goods of lieau-;
tiful design and workmanship. No pains
will bo spared to satisfy customers. AU
are cordially invited to call and examine
our goods Aud fashions. aplo
MRS. D. A. MACD0NALI*.
IN THE SUPREME fOURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In tht Goods of GEORGE GARRYPIE, Deceased.
ALL PARTIES WHO HAVlj
clillltuj, against tho said .George
Garrypie arc hereby required to file their
cluiniB properl*/ verified in the office of
the DisMet.Registrar ot tha Supreme
Court at New Westminster, on or before
13 o'clock noon on Saturday the 1st day
of Julyi 1882; and all peiaooa indebted
to the said George Garrypie, deceased,
are required to cay tame into the aaid
Registrar onpr before 12 o'clock noon on
Saturday, lSUiily, 1882.
llltli May, 1884;
E. A. JKNNS,
.     ., D. R, B. C, N. W,
W. Non'iAN Bolx. ,
Solicitor for tlie Administrator,
my20 .        New Westminster;
$25d ftEWARD!
THE ABOVE RIfWfUtD WILL BE
paid ^by the ihdersignod for such
information, as wjlljoid to the conviction of the j»riv'or iMftles who, on Sunday tho 21st Miiy list;, started fires on
SuburbSii L?t 1, ffloot 12 (west of Douglas street I'emctttfv',' ihu 1(on the ridge in
tho rear at HapferWil,' whereby a largo
qnantity.of. c'otltwood odd other proporty
was destroyed.    ...  .
HENRY ELLIOTT,
, JOSEPH WISE.
New Witt.; June li, 1882. jn7-lm
REWARD!
TRAPi* BROS
i
ON .MM ,fNST„  3 CHINAMEN
woro' ilrowncd at Lytton.   810 will
bo paid for the recovery of each body.
St'UZZUM CHARLEY,
Or K.VONO LEEkCO., Yah,'
my3llni'. ;.... unti.li. .. V.»rf>S^^*fc*L»
•She $$ish Columbian.
WedaMtlar Momlnir.HilStv^lt 188*
^ABSBN-bBRS,
Per iteiuuer ENTEBPRI8K. from Viciorln,
.June itO—Mr »nd Mrt Kelly, Mltuet, Hnrchlr-on,
Judgo Gray. Iter Hell, D Olilnhnlm, J Itecr, lid-
... ......   ,0ifOr»ii,OIUr«y.        *y
J.i.Vnomer will be it candl-
ditej^jr, the representation of Jew
Weilmtniter Blstrlet In theHouse
of Common, at the atft-^aclilng
election,
Wm. Iiaae, Maple Rid^e, ikfl be
'a gavdldatefortbenprcKentatlort
of Hew WeitMlwter District In ttfi
rrovlnelal Leulslatare, at tbe ap-
brouhlnr election.
W. l.Ladner Is an Independent
'Candidate for tbe representation
tbe District of New Westminster
.tbe Provincial Leefslature. at the
approaching election.
In the Murrte tax land sale caeMhe
Chjof Justfce ""give a decision last \veek
in fay-jr^t. Murrtf,. Slieriff MrirVuoii
Was def^dent ih $(ie case,, Having pur-
cliased tlie land some yc*ar& ago.
H    The steamer R. PvAithet, Capt.
Irving, arrived from Victoria on Saturday evuiihg, with passengers and
freight.  Proceeding on to Emory, s!
passed down on Monday morning.
The first lftcVciS-i game played iVthe
Pacific province wine .off at Beacon
Hill, on Saturday, ani5 victory perched
on Bodwell'j1. banner-^ Tl^iseyerv
probability of tlio game becoming a
popular one.
Many of our local readorVwill bu
jAri tu learn ."Jjiat-.the C0utfc'i11';rp^;!iirr
'ap last to have resolved upon constructing that much-needed piece of
'•ndo-walk on Agnes street, across the
ptiblic gardens.
l^io Dominion X>ay celebration committee at Nanaimo have chartered the
steamer Wilson Q. Hunt for the excursion to t^ij'Ojity^ahd, tjlerela every in-
''  ' the Nnnaunoites will turn
TBb Guiteau trial cost 860,000.
Queen Victoria gets $6,270 a day.
, It is .-stated that Senator Nelson has
.sold out his interest in the Moodyville
mills.
South Australia, with -a- population
,nf nearly 300,000, has a dobt of $57,-
000,000.
Wm. McNeil, found guilty of ca{tle
stealing, has been sentenced to "two
years in the penitentiary.
We understand that the Moodyville
Mill Company aye. about to erect a
large hotel at Moodyville.
, Quite a number of favors in the
Hooded localities are taking employment on the railway works.
Tho steamer Princess f-ouiae, Capt.
Lewis, arrived from Victoria on Friday evening with a full freight.
ThoChinese residents,of. San Fran-
"Cisco paid last year to the Sprint Valley Water Company $45,507.18.
During the past fow.ttyyi, tho weather has been cool' and rainy, butttill
the wator in the river keeps up.
The assizes w\\\ bo hold .tn thia city
to-day, commencing, at 11 o'clock,
Hon. Mr!1 Justice Gray presiding.
Tho Chilliwhack municipal loan bylaw was defeated. The vote was Very
small, owing doubtless to tho Hoods.
The damage. lo the wagon road between Yalo and Lytton is vory .Jteil-vy,
some estimating it as high as $100,000.
The steamer Wm. Irving, ( Capt.
Insley, returned from Emory ou Monday evening with mails and passengers".
Mr, McMullen, C. P. R. con true tor,
haa established bin otlice upstairs in
Deane's new building, Columbia street.
The Collegiate seiioijUVouse, .'.on
Church Hill, Victoria, was . totally
consumed by fire oil Saturday morning.
Preliminary steps have been taken
.in Victoria for, the formation of a
.Catholic Mutual Beneficial Association.
The Columbia rivor salmon pack
will not, it is mul, exceed „4QO,000
[ciisus this year. The run ia iibbut
over.
The amount of land io each person
in the United States is o7.01.acres.
The amount to each family is 186. C3
acres.
3 steamer Enterprise, Capt. Gardiner, arrived from victoria last evening at 6.45, bringing mails aiid pas*
uengers.
The candidates now in the nelu tm
Nanaimo District are Mr. Duiisnuur,
Mr. Barnston, Mr. Raybould; Am
Mr. Quencll.
Tlie train's are  running again he**
Btween Emory aiid'the suspension
liridge. All thb badges and the track
nave been repaired.
Many of tho wariora j.|1(the Cor.vM ■
StiiAN will regret to iearij ;that Capt.
1 Liy mu r is very ill at Victoria and that
liis life is despaired of.
Carrie Bradley, tho I?o.;tliUiiJ she-
devil, recently foUnd guUty-.ot jtilliitg
Twnrn, has been sentenced,to twulvu
ears in the stale peliUeHiiittryl
H. M. war vessel B<;iket |tna been
irdered home, and it, is exp*ictei(,slio
trill leave for Eugl^uicl soon after re-
urn ing from hor north brii cruise.
We understand afrpnl, Hi;, VanBror
ner kbit about nyu fruiidrcd  const
Indians may be expected he*e this
as the result of his mission.
dication that
out in strong force.
John and, Dick Richardson, of Nu-
iiftimolJi(\vo| tyun^ aftd. laid Jjaro a
splendid Beam of coal oil the property
of the VafooWeV Ooal Company. It
is 14 feet thick, and is in the South
Field locality, 3tV miles from the wharf.
The public examination of the
classes in the Collegiate and High
School will tako place on Friday next
(day after to-morrow), from 9 a.ffi. will
noon, when ?.he..'seluttM will - bo closed
for the summer holidays. The managers will be glad to see a lnrge attend-
aiico of those interested in .higher education,     fm[
Lacrossb. — This hoalthTul 'dift
athletic Canadian game is being introduced in the Pacific Province, the
initial contest .having como off at
Beacon Hill on Saturday last.
PafrtTKNTiARY SupptiES. -.-Last week
the contracts for supplying ine Plovlfta
cial Penitentiary wore awarded aa fol-
lows:—fi nicer ies, C. G. Major; Beef,
R. Dickinson; Broad, L. Willie; Coal,
Rogers & Frasor.
The Montreal Recorder proposes Ch-
ircing a taw fniposlng a penalty of
■hree yean' Jftpriionment for using
IdasphemuUl hinguage on the streets.
The etesinei Enterprise, Capt. Oar:
liner, arrived from Victoria ou Friday
livening a few nijnute*,before 8 o'clock,
ringing mails, pasWlgeri and freight.
$here are very,few.,jfasos on the
Jocket tot trial at thu present unfa—
■inly tfo or three we believe,, There
nay be more cases iu the background
lowever.
It wtjVbeo-psfTO^ihj* tjie.program-
es jqsi issued that the Committee
are urovid*! a very complete and
ttracttve bill of fate for the Dominion
>ay c'eleeratinn,
Mr. Hughes, Government Agent, is
stuMHerOAoet1 for the city election,
jd Cr^tr-P'eele Is fletdrning Officer
or the* District, election for the Pro-
inoial Legislature.     -
The steamer Western Slope arrived
rom Victoria durifig Sunday night
ith the last cargo'm steel raiia, land-
ig them at Port Haney and passing
own again on Monday:       '
Election, for School Trustee will
she place at the Court Houso on
'hursday, the *29th .Tone, to lill the
lace of Thomas Jno. Trapp, Eso,., whose
srin expires dn the 30 inst.
Mr. Vrestjiii„jionnott, M. P. P.,
as brought from Qkanagan to Lytton
ist week for .medical treatment, being
1 with congestion of tho lungs, Thero
as a rumor yetitbrday to the effect
iat he had died,, hut.we were unable
i trade' It to shy reliable source;
, PoiflOE Court.—OiVm Yee, a bland
and sportive Mongolian youth, was up
yesterday mornhig on a chargi) of
abstradiii^SlOOj.froiivMr. l\iwil^u\sd'H
tilloi\Front,Street^ tlpackiiowledged
the soft impuachihent and was remanded till to-day..
 .*. ,	
Naruow Eskjai'b.-— As the steadier
I'iieilic dlupo waa r.scen"(liiig tlio swift
waters of tho Fraser a littlo below the
'-'Sisters," last week, shu met the wreck
of tho steamer Cassiar coming tearing
down right iu her oourau, and witli
difficulty suceeV'ifcd in getting out of
the way jnut in timo to avert celioUs
cuiiseqmmces.
Four Laxdini.s.—Wo are informed
that Capt. Moore has stated his determination to reduce the landings on
tho Fraser river to four—via* >ew
We*tmiii8ter, Pbrl; Haney, Chilliwhack, and Bmory; and it is his iu*
tuntiitn bl make H boat depot at Bert
Haney, and erect a large storehouse
there for freight, &c, making til that
place a main distributing point for the
aurtouniiog couutry'. ^
 .ms, „■
Puiinc Souoolb. —The oxaminntiUlls
will take pJ'Aco on Thursday (to-morrow) and Friday. Ou Thursday the
bxaminatiou nf the girls will commence at 9 a,in. mid continue till 12,
nnd, from 1.30 to 3:30. Ou Friday
the examination of tlui .Miiya wil|,0uhf-
meiice at 0 a,in., continuing till 12,
and from 1 tu SiSO p.i.l. Parents and
the public .generally are invited to bo
[irt'Sei.t oil tlleso occasions.
*♦ ;	
TRANSPKRRINn    THU  FoHCltS. — Last
wee., mio thousand of the C. P. R.
workmen WHt-e treirfttrrttl from the
Line above Vale to that portion of it
lying between Emory and Murderer's
Bar. Thia is doite ill pursua-ieu uf the
policy cHlillbUted in these columns
some tiiiiti ago—the early extension of
railway communication to A imint below Murderer s Bar- iii oriler that the
more difficult and danger.ills part uf
navigatii'ii may be avoided.
 *. . .
Thb Stbamshii* Viutoria. — This
vessel tailed from Sun Francisco for
this fort, ria Portland) a week ago today aud may be expected liero on Sat-
lirdiiJMtr Huilda-y. Tho misuii alslgnexl
for taking such a rouud-aboilt ttitfte is
that|,'iwiii** td, the ntiinber of vessels
waiting, foe coal, silo wi'uld have ex-
•ocrioncod just su tnttijr days' delay at
Naiiaimo had she could direct here,
and so she employed tUusii days to advantage by calling in at PuriWJ.
,     * .(j       ,
pBtist-NAi,.—Wo observe from our
eastern exchanges thnt Mrs. E. Dowd-
uoy,. wifb of Lieutenant-Governor
Dewdney, has beeuaueompauying the
Princess lionise and the ManjuiH of
Lome oil thoir yachting excursions.
It is Hot at i*.ll Improbable that Mrs1.
Dewdney may accompany, the Vice-
Regal party ou their contemplated
visit to British Columbia. It would
tend to enhance tho pleasure al the
occasioii to many in this Provinco.
 ! +.—!	
Idiiicit Trade.—On Monday, Mr.
Moresb) brought up ti Chinaman from
Canoe Pass, charged with selling-liquor
io Indliuk. 'file case was tried before
ho Magistrate^' Court hero and the
evidence boitig' tf*»riclUffiv«, a tine of
$200 was imposed, orj jn jdefault fdur
months' imprisonment with,ha.r<[tabor.
It appears that ijuito a larg^r^do in
Chiueflo brandy is carried on iii that
vicinity, and tho Magistrates are de-
torinintct to put a Btop to it if possible.
.     . -p-'-'-*-; ■***» —
A OHiBvaus PiiosEuunoN.—John
Dooloy of Victoria haSJ Kfter a protracted trial, been acquitted of tho
crime of having received stolon* cifttlo
from Wm. McNeil, knpv/ihg .them to
he istoloit. McNeil has been found
guilty, of, rjtealing the cattle. .The
only tyrjtjeiioe against Donley wan ithe
bare statsipont of McNeil, and It is
scarcely surprising that tho., jury
declined to believe it, Still tho cou-
seijuonces to Dooley havo been very
serious frideetf.'
. GaHAn-i B^sdtra.—The uamo of
tes. M. W. T. *ftrfl1ie delfbrveB to be
enrolhfd among.,Jhp$% of modern
Heroines..,.^ FrMay^ .'assisted by a
Chinese servant)*) she launched a boat
and rowed to the.Veacue of a young
American mia. wabi.^romVing in the
arm of the harbor, having been capsized in a sail-boat ,ptie) succeeded in
bringing the insensible young man to
shore and for nearly anliour.ahe labored to win back tho life which had
nearly.fled. Happily hor efforts were*
rewarded with success.-CofontB*.
.—. .**.	
&IR Thos. Hhsseth and party will
leave for Salmon river, at the head of
this Island, about Saturday next.
The party comprises gifc .Thonias
Hosketji, Mr.tF. Sharon, of Sou Fran-
ciseo, M. Jules Van Imsuhoot, au
eminent Belgian painter of landscapes,
battle .scemft aim.- animaW, M. Jules
Tavernnr, sketcher au4-painter, who
represents thupvi'i Mfp;kly, and AI.
T. P. Waldvogei, cpuricr, who was
with Sir Thomas in ^nlulaud. Upon
their raturu -, froiift. SnhV.'qn .river the
party will penetrate tho mftuilarul fo
far east as tho rnckies, ret,U"iiii)g u
the coast in three or four mmit'lis. —
Colonist, ir
— re~T+m rr-rr^,-
EooLESUSTiCAt.—The CeneVftl Assembly of the PVcanyterian Church in
Canada, now in session at St. John,
New Brunswick, have apupinted the
Moderator, Hit «ov. 15t'. CcoTirane, of
Brantford, Out., a deputy to visit this
province iu the interests of that
Church. Dr. Cochrane expects to ar
rive in a few weeks.,. v'o b'eliove the
General Assembly have decided to ex-
tmid the woTk of tho QllUVch in British Culumbiii, but much will depend
Oh the report of the Moderator's obser-
vatjons and inquiries. The authorities
of the Church of Scotland heartily concur in tho appointment aud visit of
the deputy from the Criulrch in Canada.
—, «»_	
Court House iMPRqyiMBNTS,—-ThiS
journal has repi'ftteiUy directed attention to tho necessity for nfakingbortaiil
altBhitioim and iinpi*nven)eiit.s in. tho
Court HouSu irt^Ms cilV, add it now affords us some satisfaction to be able to
announce that some of thfcne, alterations and impi'iivuiueiitH are liuitig carried out. Tho large front jrnoiu has
been divided iiito two, both 1,1ftvn-j;
independent egress and ingleas, one
of wliich will be ihe Grand Jury room,
the other makiug.a sling room for the
Judges. A good largo ventilator has
been placed iu tlie ceiling of theCoilrt
room, and the Buuchihin beell moved
back iu order to afford more accommodation to tlio J10: But tho chief
grievance 'still retflain'a The Court
room is far too small. What should
have been done was to Uir-.iw the
whole main building into a Court room
and erect a wing for tho accommodation uf the Judge*.
New Cannery.
Tho now fish cannery beiiig built
for Mr. James Laidlaw at tho mouth
of the Brunette, SiqipoVluu, will bo
roofed iua day ol' two and in throe
uilys from the prut-lent timo tho "botlm"
uf can-making will be heard within its
capacious walls. Tile sine of the
building is (10 x 100 feet and il will
bu supplied with all the moat modern
mid approved appliances, Thobmlor
and uthor machinery arrived yesterday
from Victoria. The boiler (1(1, feet
long) was constructed - at Spratt'.s Albion Works in thu remarkably short
space of eight dags! This is probably
a feat in boiler-making never equalled
ih the country beforo.
IMS').
Referring to the Oovernment hind
tax Sale which was frustrated by popular opinion, tho Standard mado the
statement that the settlers in tho
flooded localities were beitfj* assisted
by tlie Government Agent here. We
would like to know in what way assistance has been extended to thtim. It
ft'outd certainly not .have' Jleun too
much tn havu sunt to tuoii aid a steamer and ptdvisidiiB. But nothing whatever has been done liy way of rendering aid of any kind, and the settlers
havo been obliged, in some instances,
tt* see their stock perish aud Hud their
own way to the mountains as best they
ci'itld. Tho aasistlanae of a steamer
for a few days wollld havo enabled
them to save much property.
.—___—-♦	
Tlie Island Railway.
A Sort of fatality would appear to
have attended every effort put forth
by tlio Walkeln administration with a
view to securing tho construction of
this work. Indeed ouo occasionally
oxporietlces no littlo diliiculty in believing tlii'.l they really desired succet-3.
During tHb1 la*3t session, when tho two
proposals were before tho Houso, we
took occasion to point out the advantages of treating with men of such
financial ability and undoubted bona
file* as those .who were rjjpieaetitod by
Mr. Dunsmuir, and wo ventured to
express doubt about those mukiiu; the
more wildfnud extensive proposition;
tier did wo conceal our surpriso that
the House should havu permitted itself
to be led into-the palpable error of
preferring, thu least likely company.
The public ftro t!*iw informed through
the Colonist that tbo Clpments scheme
has proved a fiasco—that "the affair
has como to naught." Mr.' Walkom is
beyond the reach of tho consequences
of this act of fully, but public opinion
on the Island will hold his colleagues
and supporters respuiniiblfl for tliu absurd liasco. Everybody known of
course that politics was al thu bottom
of tlio whole affair. Mr. Dunsmuir
was never a political friend of Mr.
Walkem, while soverit!! of the political
friends of tho Government wero in
tho Clements crowd. The Island electors ought to know how to punish
those men for deliberately sacriticing
tho railway to political fetling.
Consumption, that drokrf •destroyer of
the human race, is often tho result of
bad blood and low vitality, a scrofulous
condition uf the system. Kurd oik
BlOOd Hitters euro Scrofula in its
wctrn't form,"
Misrepresentation.
A Tefte1* ot which the subjoined is )
copy WM lumded In lo the office of tho
f?i*ai*dian on Wednesday; but for reasons best known to .the editor of that
palier It was not published. The letter will speak for itself;- but we may
remark that, iii the other matters alluded to int the "leader" referred to,
the facts were just as much misrepresented as in those dealt witli in the
letter. The editor •*# ine Gdaravan
appears ta have set himself deliberately
to work to wti.}e us down,, onjj if the
facts are agMttUt lmu. "so much the
worse for the facts." But ho will find,
that he is "gnawing aHle'1:—
CORR^CTt^.
Editor Guardian—Sir :—Yourleau
er of to-day'on "Representation" is
so foil of errors as to suggest misrepresentation as a more suitable caption.
I rospa'otfully ask you to allow me the
privilege oi correcting sortie of these
errors through the a'liiie modiuin which
has given them currency, as I ain per-
adnally implicated. From the terms
eijwloyed in your editorial, compared
with thoso in previous articles (terms
wliiciil do not care to repeat or characterize), , it is plain that your "I.e."
—the editorof .the Columbian—is the
person aptinst Whom your statements
aro directed. Now, any.person not
conversant with the facta, and prepared to helievu your statements,
wnu'M'.b.e .led t(1 suppose that tlmt,
gentleman was tlio person.who originated the "furor against tho granting
of licenses to liquor saloonsi". Sir, it
was Revs. Bishop, SilUtue, Archdeacon
Woods, Father tlnniH, R. Juinieson,
and Hie,present writer who got up
that "furor," so far as I alii jiWfire,
without the knowledge or consent of
tllj) editor Of tho Columbian. He hnd
neither part nor lot Til -tl\*B inatter.
True, wu were aided .nu.(\ abliotted in
our efforts by all those gentlemen wnu
signed the petitiiin presented to" thii
Court. You intimate thr.t the "tum-
pe'raiico meotings" recently field were
called hy.\\\e same gentleman, or in
his. interest, whereas they were called
and arranged for by myself, III tf.e
lirst instance on my own responsibility,
and iu the second instance as president of Iho 13. C. branch of the Do-
million I'Ml'lanco. Iu both easos I |t>iV-
soiblly invited each of Wm speakers,
Ifibured the hall, fro, , Ilie eilitlfr.ijr
tho Columbian knew nothing of fchuse
meeting*-} until he was requested tu
print the announcements respecting
t.l'.ciu. He made no speech at either
of thorn. .You Bay that "by means
best kqo.Wi'i to himself every clergyman in ihe city was invited to be present at the r.icensing Court." Again,
sir) I profess to know more about that
invitation than the editor of the Columbian t-i; any othor person- as I
Hugj*estldd tho propriety of it to each
cleigymau myself, without oven asking the editor of thu Columbian whether or uot I might do* go, I, asked
thu permission of thu Mayor, but of no
other niitli, Instead of your cotetn.
eagerly rushing to the Licem-mt*
Court and intruding himself upon his
brother magistrali^; hd went in. response tu the written invitation uf thu
Mayor, hut not until earnestly aud repeatedly urged to du so by thuse who
were dusiroun uf seeing a full boiich on
that occasion.
In justice to the facts please insert
this in yiiutr-ucxt issue, and oblige
Yours, %fai.% E. Robson.
New West. Juno l-^JJjgit
mn cdtincii.
Ths  COtmcil   mot on Monday night.
Present—*Tlie   Mayor and Councillor*
Armstrong, Johnston, Shiles, Edmonds;
Cunningham, Curtis, and Mathers.
communications.
From Mr. J. McMurphy, asking for a
street to ho opened to St. Andrews fllock;
Froii^.Mr. Deano, offering to furnish
Clninibeis ftir Council .li) Hts new lulUH-
ing at same rent as present Chamb-ji-)-.
RKrORTS.
Tlio Finance Committee elijuidvi* iii u
Reiwrfe of revenue aiid expciiditiu-e for
curroiif year, showing $4,&T>2 available
fo*1 miblio improvcmeipiij;,,,..,..,,
Tho Reveimu Ry-lilV was reconsidered,
amended, and filially passed.
On iiit'tW. it was ordered that Mr.
Deano be informed that there is no intention on tho part uf the Council to
leave its present quarters;.
On motion, the Clerk was instructed
tu inform Mr. Macnamara that he must
remove from the Tool-house at tho end
of the stone shed.
On motion, the time for receiving tenders .for St. John street was extended
till Monday at noon.
Tin' Clork wns instructed to request
Mr. .1. ('. Armstrong tu have the Council
Chamber painted.
NOil(J.rs,
Councillor Armstrong gave notico of a
I!y-law to impose a lax un real estate;
also specifications fur a side-walk on
Agnes street, between Mary and Mcri-
valo streets.
Councillor Curtis, thnt he will ask for
mt appropriation of $iii) for repairs on
Kenned)1 street.
Council adjourned till Monday next.
The Flooded Region.
Chilliwhack, June 17,18S2.
during Monday night, June 12, the
water began-to fall and continued to
do'so'till Friday; adif;uht of full, HS
injjhes.w During Friflky ,!night it rose
half an inch. The trunk road between
McK^eVer's hotel and Cawley's escaped
the overflow, afi did also a few acres on-
each sido of it The covering and
Mrhigers of the "Ryder" bridge over.
Hope plough had to be reiupved; two'
sbingera^ere lost. In soqie/patts of
tho getttemdht the water is \i lc-ist 18
inches higher than in 76, while in
outers it is no higher—cause, local
risers, and the ohart'ge o& current-in
tho Frasor at the head of Hope slough..
The loss of cattle will not be known
for soirfctinio,- many head being in !he"
bush and hut having been semi for
some time. The Sumas, Chilliwhack,
and Shanijcii mountains have proved
a God-send to numbers of cattle, tfto.
Mr. Turner's son and an Indian wore
taking 5, pigs down (.lie Lauding road
in a canoe and lost Ii by an upset, T-he
son got ou thu fence nud saved ono;
the Indian 'ol^ung to the eaiW* and
Biived the other, ■ Tlio-young men are
leaving to seek employment elsewhere.
The Loan Bylaw was defeated. For,
li); against,* 21. The flood Accounts
for the small vote cast.       T. % K.
Maple Ridge Licensing Court.
A Licensing Court was held 'in the
School-li oasis, tut Thur*,day,',Juno 13,
before George Howison, W. J. Harris,
aud Goo. V'obnWj Esqs"., I. P. 's. There
were four applications, viz.—one from
William Ho'iis. at Port Haney; ono
trom John McKeliney, at tlio punliq
landing, Maple Ridge; one from James
Faram, at railway crossing, Pitt rivor;
and anothor from .Augunb.Crosby, at
or near the public lauding, Maple
Ridge. Tlio Board would not grant
James Faram and August Crosby
licenses because thcV had ira places
erected. John McKenney's application was also refused on account of his
stating the wrong, houso. Tho Board
adjoiirnedilnf.il tne8lh July to allow
Mr. Ross time to comply "witli the law.
At tlie approach of Spring great attention should no given to purify the system
engorged with foul humors during the
winter. Burdock lllood Blttere is Nature's own purifying etA regulating
toil! i).'
Governor ifewd'ney-Gec Bnek.
The Globe's Winnipeg correspondent, writing under dat'o May 21st, relates the following amusing anecdotes:
"An amysilig incident, illustrative
of the rage for Qu'Appello, occurred
in the Indian pfil.ee the other,day prior
to Lieut.-Goy,« Dcwdntiy's departure
for the North-West, Tl*io Lientehaht-
Governor was attending to huaines-i
belonging to the Judiau DopartmOtit
when a stalwart Irishman from dieOu-
tawu Valley, with slouched hat on his
head, and having hip trousers stuffsd
inside his bbofs, sire c into the outer
otlice.
"Is this '.feWduoy's' oflico (' lie ask*
ed.
On being informed that ft \Vas, his
noxtque8t.ioii ivas, "isJe-vdney heroV"
Hy wa,a hik. J.at Lieut.-Gov. Dewdney whs in the. inner room.
Without removing, his hat far waiting
for an inyjtutyjnji.o threw open the
door and presented himself before the
Lieut.-Governor with iho. question,
"Is your name Juwdney '\\' •■.'■ ■
The Liont.-Gi'veriior with hia usual
courteous aftaoility, answered in. tho
afj|rmativo', whereupon hia visitor-.wfeut
.straight to business with an a.ii of a
man who had resolved, upon sVmo..noble self-sacrifice proutpted by 'pure
patriotism, as followsi—'Tni tould
you're lookjn'-fbr an Injun agent to go
out to Kuw Apple. I'll go if you want
11"-'-"        . Jn  ■
Liotit.-GoVen\pr Duwdney good-
naturodly informed hiin.,thattfoh tho
preaent at least thore was no vacancy
at tho Qu'Appelle Thdian Agency.
THE NEW SETTLBIW
who are now going into the North-
West are for the. most part of a very
desirable clfl<W, but on tho other hand
I iliu afraid there are not, a few who
will in all probability meet with only
moderate success. One of this latter
(.■lass, who, in his own opinion, is the
soil of a distinguished, and aristocratic
family in Euylaml, and who "was.not
accustomed to.this sort of thing, you
know," was* starting off for Sputltehi
Manitoba the other day with his farming outfit. He had a bran new lumber
waggon with groon box and red running gear, a plough, and a few other
fanning implements together with
some supplies, and to all this lie. had
hnrnussod a very.,ditilihutivo pair of
strawberry roan steers. His load waa
all made up (iii Main streot, and when
everything was ready he touched,(me
of the calves very gently with a three-
dnllar-and-a-half whalebone spring-top
whipandsaid "geq;"
The animals mado for tlio off sido of
the street, which was just where he
did not want them to go, when he
supplemented the order with "Ah! I
hog your pardon. I believe I should
have said 'haw.'"
British Columbia Agency ofToronto
Safe and Lock Works, J. k J.
Taylor, Proprietors.
These c--lcl.rfl.tiH 4afes are made from
heavier iron, weighing 2fl per cent, more,
and have dlLtln; modern imprtjv'emehta of
the best American Fareflnu IJurglarfiafes^
including ilie- Sargent- ■ Creenlgaf- pial
Lock, Being of Canadian manufacture,
they aro dutyiree, and coiisequerjtiy can
be sold cheaper than either English or
American Sores,-A . \t  '■■< *-,
Fire and Burglar' proof vaul't'dcoh
manufactured of all fii'/Js'pjnd (juality.at
prices ranging from one hundred to three
thousand dollars. r • * «■ . -   -
Detailed specifications for vault Wot'k
furnished on application to the agents for
British Columbia. • -.-
ilo2    M. W. Waitt& Co., Victoria.
IliiiTK Vll'iuoi.—Gemiinc Knglish—For
drawsyig. wheat to prevent the smut.
Send to L\N|iLif;v k Co., Victoria. Also,
for sale- -celebrated Condition Powders
uud -PiiJUDld's lilack Oils. Both these
shoiitl be hi Very sjtu^lc. inh20
,08? We have justrecelvedf¥6M Kiiglanrl
direct a fine line of Fishing Tackle, comprising a splendid assortment of Kllbs
made expressly for this country, and to
which the finest trout will ritu — T. K.
l'earson k Co.
•t^' Nrf-' unpacking at Jas. Ellard &
Co.*fl, thV 'latest fashions for 1882 in
Ladies' and Children's Straw Hats, Milli-,
nei-y, Lace**, kc   Call nml examhie.
WANTEDS
A     (1IP.L   IO   DO   GENERAL
J\.   Jlpuscwork.
AWlyto   MHS. jr. CUNNIKOHAM.
Neiv WestuiiHst'cr, .Tiine 2  188J.    jn3
NOW or NEVER
mHK FLOATING PHOTOGRAPHIC
J,    (Jidlery will remain only a few duVs
loncpv.. Those'who li'lyB work will please
ail ,im get it. jiv7
MICE TO FISHERMEN
AND OTHERS.
THIS IS TQ.GIVftNOTICE THAT
(he,,, curing of Salmon Bellikh,
ap;irl from tlie Backs, is not allowable,
unless the remainder .of t,ho Fish he utilized for food, cither hy salting or otherwise; ''■ "* ■  .    ,
ALEX. C. ANDERSON,
Inspector of I'lshertlis.
New Westminster,
80th May, 1882. mySl-lin
North British 4k Mercantile Insurance Co'y-
ESTABLISHED 1809.
T. Rr Pearson & DDm Agents,
NK-W WisT^INSTER.
Rpsourcps of the Company as at
31st December. 1881.
I. .SubiCTil)iJdCapital-S--K-
Paid-up £  500,000   0   0
Uncalled  1,500,000  0   0
£2,000,000   0*0
II. Fire Fund- :. ■,. *■
H^feh--o.. .v £844,m 19 11
FrSmimu Kesen-e. 31l),o.*il 7   0
Balanceof^iiofitaml      ■*, ': "f
Loss Account.....   54,367 7   1
£1,218,41)5 14   0
III. Life Fund-
Accumulated
FltHll! oE   tlie- i .*    ■.   j   -
Lifo  Branch..£3,112,590   7   S
Accumulated
Fundof thcAu-
uuityBranch..    305,515   3   4
Soapsuds for Flowers,—No wise
woman who has flowers in her house
or garden will ihrtfw away her soapsuds. They are tlio num.. valuable
fertilizer for flowers, and especially for
the verbena. ■ If this floral favorite Is
plentifully watered with soapsuds, aud
its seed vessels picked off, it will flower
profusely. Soapsuds are. guoil.-.f-jr
vines' and curra-tit. oijsKeS and fruit
trees* indeed they are the food for
plants corresponding . to milk for
animals, and it Is very wasteful. to
throw thorn away If thore aro plants
nny where within roach that may he
benefited by them.—-Kern CaUfornian.
It is said that a wealthy brewor tn
Canada built a church and pnt up an
inscription on it which rend: '"This
church was erected by Thomas Molaon
at his solo expense, — Hob-yews x.;"
and that -some <-< 'l--r> iitudouls alii-rM
tho insoriptiun ono night > so that it
read: "This church was erected hy
Thomas Molaon at his soul's expense.
Ho brews XX."
 «*	
Norvoiu Debility is a result of indis
Oration iu tho mode of living. Heed
nature's unerring laws nnd take Burdock
Blood Bitters, the Great System Renovator and Blood, Liver-anil Kidney regulator uud tonic. Sample l/ojllcs 10 cents.
SW T. R. Pearson k Co. have just ro-
i-oivcil direct from the iiimiufnetoricss In
Ontario a heavy invoice of of Stationery,,
including Letter-presses, kc
£&' If you Want a lirst-elass Piano or
Organ, go to T. II, Pearson k Co.'s. Tho
host Pianos for the money in the Pro
vinco.-- Adv.
rust roceived at T. R. Pearson k Co.'s,
a largo stock of School Books, including
a complete' "iw of Copy Books; latest
edition,
$& PORT MgoMYqf-^lans of the
new Town Site fel*.sale at T, R. Fear-
sen & Co's., r?i.fJ0 ijiml.;—Adv.
htTT, R. Pearson & Co. are imoutu for
the Victoria "Evening Post," for which
subscriptions are solicited.
SW A lot of very beautiful Birthday
Cfu-ds just received at T, R. Pearson
*f>,'s~Am'.
£3,508,105 11   0
IV. Revenue for the Year 1881—
Fire"   .Branch r***-
I'remiums ami"     '' ''
Interest £1,024,460 16 11
Life and Annuity
Branches-Premiums aud Interest      478,825 14   3
Jul"
£1,503,286 11   2
GREAT SALE!
GRAFTON   FARM!
rnHK SOTSOIUBEE WILL Ol'TKK
for sale hy
PUBLIC
AUCTION
Thursday, Gtli July Next,
Nearly his WHOLE HKlil) of Tnd-
ROUGH-BRED
SHORT-HORN DURIItll CATTLEi
Comprising OVER TWENTY HEAD
of choice animals, including 9 Bulls and
Bull Calves.
Catalogues with full pedigrees will
shortly be issued and forwarded hy mail
to mnncruiis parties, and furnished to
persons attending on day of Sale.
A number of PURE-BRED
BERKSHIRE    PIGS
Will also H ollcred lit same time
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock noon.
Terms—All siuiia uiidttr .ono hundred
dollars, cash; over that amount,^one-half
cash at time of Bald, ntid on halfcncfitfoiir
months' credit will be given,.on1 qshig
furnished with appTowd endorsed news
bearing infest at rate of ten per cent,
per annum. ' . V,.\t
■ , ,   JAMES T. STEELE,
Grafton Farm,
Spallumoheen, B.C, May 25, 1882,
(]n8 jyl)
Pacific GoastSteamsIiip Go's
\Wk VICTORIA
CAPT.  PLUMMER,
W7JX--SAIL FROM SANTRAW-
cis'co for New Westminster on
or about ....      ,      »   -
ho.ndai, fiiii(F>i:\E, -ism. ;
-. RETURNINO-Will M from New
'Wjistininster for -Sun I'rancisco ou or
about HATUR1>AV,;10tii J.UNE.      > .
-'.Fo'i*-,n*tes of Freight and Passage,
ap"ply to. i.i,t.      . m'1
GOODALL, PERKINS kW.fi
..t , San Francisco,
OrW* .T. A. R. HOtfiRv-A^'?;'*-'' '
mhlS New W-ast^inst-Jf.  '
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Tlie Only lire-Proof Hotel
in the City.
the ditlrt knmui
IS CN1)ER THK CHARGE -OF AN
J-'-XPERlK.-SCKil ARTIST.
TRI'! UNDERSIfiNEDBEGS LEA YE
to announce to the Public tliat he
him purchased the above Hotel, ,whcre
everything will be found1 firtft-bb-ss, and
at reasomildu rates.
... T\\is Parlor nml* Sleeping Apart--
llltnIs are uudeV  tlie superintendence
of Mrs. Howison.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families ahd private Parties.
A Private landing Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with' hooks and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
•arxxxi BA.R
Is supplied.,, with the choicest brands of
AVlNBS, LlQfORS, CidAiis, kc,
3. W. HOWISON,
PllOrKIETOR.
COLUMBIA STREET,
t ■
Sext lor Soutli of Colonial
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
HAS   ALWAYS    ON    HAND   A
VARIED STOCK OF
MERCHANDISE
Groceries,
Dry Goods;
Clothing,'
Crockery,
Glassware;
&c., &C.
JUST RECEtVED-A COMPLETI*
STOCK OF
MILLINERY GOODS
Including Novelties in Fancy Straw
ituts   Kiitl, Bonnet?, Flowers,
Fenthpis,; T/icea,. Flajn.nhd
Shiideii Watered jRilj-
uonbi
Satins, Colored Velvets, Velveteens,
and Pltisli.
~     . .    .- -\
NEW DESIGNS in TlfS A RUFFLE^
HATS AND   BONNETS
Mado and trimmed, nnd satisfaction
guaranteed.
BERLIN and ZEPHYR WOOLS.'
fJeS?" AH Goods sold at reasonable
rates.   Call and inspect our stock.
WM. RAE,
Iip23 CoLrMBtA SlRttf ©ur "Stove.
KITH AND KIN.
(Continued.)
It all seemed too unstable to be believed in.   Would it ever end? Gliding onward, to the accompaniment of
a rhythmic splash of tho oars, and ripple of the water, with the mountains
apparently floatingly receding from hefore them, while the boat darted onward.   A month ago, thia young man
had been an obscure salesman in an
Irkford warehouse, and sho, Judith
Conisbrough, had been tho supposed
co-heiress, with her sisters, uf all John
Aglionby's lands and money; now the
obscure salesman was in full possession
of both the lands and the money, while
from her, being poor, had been taken
even that ahe had, and moro had yet
to go.   She felt no resentment toward
Aglionby, absolutely none; for herself
ahe experienced adull sensation of pain;
a shrinking from tho years to come of
loneliness, neglect and struggle.   She
pictured the future, as she glided on
in the present.   He, as soon as he had
settled things to his pleasure, would
get married to that tall, fair girl with
whom sho had seen him.   They would
live at Scar Foot, or wherever else it
list thorn to livo; they would be happy
with one anothor;   would rejoice in
their possessions, aud enjoy lifo side
by side;—while she—bah! she impatiently told herself—of what use to
repine about it? That only made one
look foolish.   It was so, and that was
all about it ? Tlie sins of the fathers
should be relentlessly and unsparingly
visited upon the children.   He—her
present companion, had said so, and
she attached an altogether unreasonable importance to his words.   He had
held that creed in the days of his adversity and poverty, that creed of "no
forgiveness.'  If it had supported him,
why not her also ? True, he was a man,
and Bhe was a woman, and all men,
save the most unhappy and unfortunate of all, were taught and expected
to work.   She had only been forced to
wait.   Perhaps, if he had not had to
work, and been compelled to forget
himself and  his wrongs iu toil, he
might have proved a harder adversary
now than ho was.
The boat glided alongside the landing-place. He sprang up, jumped
upon the boards and handed her out.
"It is nearly dark," he observed,
and his voice, though low, was deep
and full, as a voice is wont to be, when
deep thoughts or real emotion has lately stirred the mind. "We will send
out to have the things put away.'1 Ho
walked beside her up the grassy path,
as silent as she was, and her heart was
full. Was it not for the last time ?
As he htld tho wicket open for her,
and then followed her up the garden,
he said:
"Miss Conisbrough, I have a favor
to ask of you."
"A favor, what is it ?"
"Only a triflo," said Aglionby.   "It
is, that you will sing urn a song tonight—one particular song."
"Sing you a song!' ejaculated Judith, amazed. And the request, considering the terms on which they
stood, was certainly a calm ono.
"Yes, the song I overheard you
singing on Sunday night, 'Goden
Abend, Godo JSachtl' I watit to hear
it again.'
They now stood in tho porch, and as
Judith hesitated, and looked at him,
she found his eyes bent upon her face,
as if he waited, less for a reply, than
for compliance with his request—or
demand—sho knew uot whicli it was.
She conquered her surprise; tried to
think she felt it to bo a matter of entire indifference and said, "I will sing
it, if you like."
"I do like, very much. And when
will you sing it ?'' he asked, pausing at
the foot of the stairs. Judith had ascended a step or two.
"Oh, when Mrs. Aveson calls mo
dowu to supper," sho answered slowly,
her surprise not yet overcome.
"Thank you. You are very indulgent, und I assure you I feel proportionately grateful," said Aglionby,
with a smile, which Judith knew not
how to interpret. She said not
word, but left him at the bottom of
the stairs, with an odd little thrill
shooting through her, as she thought:
"I was not wrong. Ho docs delight
to be the master—and perhaps I ought
to have resisted—though I don't know
why. One might easily obey that kind
of master—but what does it all matter'{
After to-morrow afternoon, all this will
be at an end."
Aglionby turned into the parlor, as
she went upstairs; tho smile lingering
still on his lips. AU the day, off and
on, the scene had haunted him in imagination—Judith seated at the piano,
singing, he standing somewhero near
her, listening to that ono particular
song. All day, too, he had kept telling
himself that, all things considered, it
would hardly do to ask her to sing it;
that it would look very like impertinence if ho did; would be presuming
on his position — would want some
moro accomplished tactician than he
wu, to make the request come easily
nnd naturally.
Yot (he thought, us ho stood by tho
window), whether ho had done it,
easily or not, it had been done. He
had asked her, and she had consented.
What else would alio do for him, he
wondered, if he asked her* Then came
a poignant, regretful wish that he had
asked her for something else, In reflecting upon tho little scene which
was just over, he felt a keen, pungent
pleasure, as ho remembered her look
of surprise, and seamed to see how she
gradually yielded to him, with a cor-
tain unbending of her dignity, which
he found indescribably and perilously
fascinating.
"I wish I had asked hor for something else!" he muttered. "Why had
I not my wits about me ? A trumpery
song! Such a littlo thing ? I am glad I
mode her understand that it was a
trifle. I should liko to see her look if
I asked hor a real favor. I should like
to see how alio took it. Something
that ft would cost her something to
grant — something the granting of
which argued that sho looked with
favor upon one. Would she do it ? By
Jove, if her pride wero tamed to it,
and she did it at lost, it would be
worth a man's whilo to ao on his knees
for U, whatever ifc wns."
He stood" by the window, frowning
over what seemed to him his own ab-
tusetiess, till at last a gleam of pleasure flitted across his face.
"I have it!" he said within himself,
with a triunlphnnt smile, "I will
make her promise. She will not like
it, sho will chafe under it, but sho
shall promise. The greatest favor she
could confer upon me, would be to receive a favor from mo—and sho shall.
Then she can never look upon ine as
'nobody'again."
He rang for lights, and pulled out a
bundle of papers which Mr, Whaley
had given to him to look over, but on
trying to study them, he found that he
could not conjure up the slightest interest in them; that they were, on the
contrary, most distasteful to him. He
opened the window at last, aud leanod
out, saying to himself, as he flung the
papers upon tho table:
"If alio knew what was before her,
she would not come down. But she
has promised, and heaven forbid that I
should forewarn or forearm hor."
The night was fine; moonless, but
starlight. He went outside, lit his
pipe, and paced about. Ho had been
learning from Mr. Whaley what a
goodly heritage he had entered upon.
He was bet/inning to understand how
he stood, and what advantages aud
privileges were to be his. All the time
that ho conned them over, the face of
Judith Conisbrough seemed to accompany them, and a sense of how unjustly she had been treated, above all
others, burnt in his mind. Before he
went to Irkford-, before he did anything else, this question must be settled. It should bo settled to-night between him and her. He meant first to
make her astonished, to see her put on
her air of queenly surprise at his unembarrassed requests, aud( he meant
her to submit, for her mother's and
sister's sake, aud, incidentally, for his
pleasure.
It was an agreeable picture; one,
too, of a kind that was new to him,
He did not realize its significance for
himself. He only knew that ths pleasure of conquest was great, when the
obstacle to be conquered was Btrong
and beautiful.
He was roused from these schemes
and plans by the sound of some chords
struck on the piano, and he quickly
wsnt into the house. Judith had seated herself at the piano; she had resumed her usual uiilmness of mien,
and turned to him as he entered.
"I thought this would summon you,
Mr. Aglionby. You seem fond of
music."
"Music has been fond of me, and a
kind friend to me always," said he.
"I seo you have no lights. Shall I
ring for candles V
"No, thank you, I have no music
with me. All that I sing, must be
sung from memory, and the firelight
will be enough for that."
Sho did nut at onco sing the song he
had asked for, but played one or two
fragments first; then struck the preluding chords and sang it,
"I liko that song better than anything I ever hoard," said he emphatically, after she had finished it.
I liko it too," said Judith. "M[rs,
Mallesou gave it me, or I should never
have become possessed of such a eong.
Do you know Mrs. Malleson ?" she added.
"No. Who is she?"
"The wife of the vicar of Stanni-
forth. I hope he will call upon you,
but of nourse he is sure to do so. And
you will meet them out. I advise you
to make a friend of Mrs. Malleson, if
you can."
"I   suppose,"   observed   Bernard,
'that most, or all of the people who
knew my grandfather, will call upon
me, and ask me to thoir houses?"
"Of courso."
"How odd that seems, doesn't it?
If I had not, by an accident, become
master horo—if 1 had remained in my
delightful warehouse at Irkford, none
of these people would lmvo known of
my existence, or if they had they
would have taken no notice of me.
Not that 1 consider it any injustice,"
he added quickly, "becauso I hold that
unless you prove yourself in some way
noticeable, either by being very rich,
or very clever, or vory handsome, or
vory something, you have no right
whatever to complain of neglect—none
at all. Why should pooplo notice you."
"Just so; only you know, there is
this to be said on the other Bide. If
all these people hud known as well as
possible who you were, and whero you
lived, and all about you, they would
still have taken no notice of you while
you were in that position. I don't
want to disparage them. I am sure
some of thein aro very good, kind-
hearted poopls. I am only speaking
from experience."
"And you aro right enough.   You
aro not going?" he added, seeing that
Bhe rose.   "Supper iB not ready yet."
"Thank you.   I do not want any
supper.   And it is not very early.
"Then, if you will go, I must say
now what I wanted to say. You need
not leavo me this instant, need you 1
I really havo something to say to you,
if you will listen to me."
Judith paused, looked at him, and
sat down again.
"I am in no hurry," said she; "what
do ynu wish to say to tue ?"
"You said this afternoon, that you
had gone to say good-bye to Scar Foot,
to the lake—to everything; that after
you had left hero to-day you would
have 'donn with' Scar Foot. It would
no longer be anything to you. You
meant, I suppose, that you would
never visit it again. Why should that
be so?"
They were seated.
Hi J IK
New Stock!
LADIES'
Heavy Jackets and
Quilted Skirts. Colored Merinos, blk.
Cashmere and blk.
Crape Cloth.
FLANNELS
In White, Scarlet,
Blue, Gray, and
Plain, and Stripes,
and Checks—both
English, Canadian,
and American, twilled and plain, wool
shaker and cotton.
COTTONS
In white and gray.
Brown and white
Sheetings. Towels
of all kinds.
BLANKETS
In colors & white.
QUILTS and Counterpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and Hessians Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies' Furs in
Muffs, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or otherwise. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
Hats in Every Style.
Judith on the
music-stool, on which sho had turned
round when they began to talk, and
ho loaned forward on a chair just opposite to her. Close to thorn was the
broad hearth, with its bright fire
and sparkling blazes, lighting up the
two faces very distinctly. Ho was
looking very earnestly at her, and he
asked the question in a manner which
showed that ho intended tu have an
answer. It was not wanting. She replied, almost without a pause:
"Well, you see, wo cannot possibly
come here now, as we were accustomed
to do in my uncle's time, just whon
we chose; to ramble about for au hour
or two, take a meal with him, and
then go home again, or, if ho asked us,
to stay a few days hero; it would not
do."
But you need not be debarred from
ever coming to the place, just because
you cannot do exactly as you used to
do."
(To bo Oonflnno'.1.)
GLOVES
In Ladies' blaok,
dark & light shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, lined and
unlined.
In (.rntlcmen's Furnishing (Ioods,
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE BEST.
In Grroceries and Provisions
Everything the best
that can be hnd, and
at the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.
MORAL—If you want a Good article,
go to C. G, MAJOR'S : if you want things
cheap, hut "eultus," why, go elsewhere-
ITKM—What everydody says must be
tme; nnd if true, then the handsomest
display of Valuable (ioods, Silver and
Plate, is undoubtedly to bo found at
0. G. MAJOR'S,
OOITTMBIA   STHSJIOT,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
CEO.
LAND
TURNER,
SUKVEYOR.
McCoH's Store, Holbrook's Stono
Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
J. A. R. HOMER,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M.D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(NKAR  DRILL Slllill).
Residenoe-Merivale Street.
, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
A. T. D. MacELMEN,
BARRISTER • AT ■ LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &C,
HAS RKSUAU5D PB ACTIO! IN ALL
THK COUUTS.
OFFICE—Columbia strcot, Opposite Hy
09k Hall, New Westminster, 11. C.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent.
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Op*). Ciilmiinl Hotel)
N MV   WB'STiM I.N8TER
*"#" Several good Farms for Sale nnd to
Lease. no 10
BROTHERS,
Coiiissi Merchants
IMPORTERS &
SCHEDULE
-DEALERS  IN-
GROCERIES
..ar-o-
PROVISIONS,
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET, • VICTORIA.
North British and Mercantile
insurance -Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON &COM
36 Finshury Circus,
London, K. C.
v-mTferrIs;
CONVEYANCER,
House, Land, Court and
CENERAL ACEIMT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS,
Agent for lhe IKAVEUKKS'IXSIIR.
AXCK CO., or Hartford. (.' I.
New We.fiiinster, B. C.
WHARF STREET,
VICTORIA, B.C.
C. I. MoMMTEU,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND SILVER PLATED WARE
For Sale.
ill klmls ol IKII.II mid HI1.VKK jew-
KI.RY   Hlll.ll. li, order.
ETRUSCAN COLORING, GDLD&SILVER PUTINO.
KllKaireinent    Hnd   Wedding   KlilK.   II
rtin'rliill).
isr Watches   nml Jewolry carefully
repaired, Old Oold and Silver bought,
jny-ltc
Every Man lo his Own Business
.u&- .    -fcr* -bJ J=J Tj IS,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(Ol'l'. OOLOMaL I10TBM,
NEW  WESTMINSTEIl,   U. C.
I'lijslilans- Prescriptions and Family Itcclpet a Specialty.
N.  B. — Only flenuino Drugs used.
Over twenty Years' experience,     infill
WOODS c\ TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
BENTS, DEBTS, 10., C6lii,B0THB,
Lonus Negotiated, and a General
Agency Hindiicss transacted.
AdKNTS yob TIIR
l'lionlx Firo Insurance Company of
Brooklyn, nml the
Equitable life Assurance Society
of the United States.
1011*1111,   HTIIEKT,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
P. 0. Box 40.
SUBSCRIBE
Foil THK British Columbian, the
Newspaper on tlio Mainland of British Columbia.   Otily $3 a year.
Having established Business in tlio abovo
J.hies nud liy
RECEIT IMPORTATIONS
European & Eastern Markets
We nre prepared to fill orders to the
Trade in the following Goods:
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,
* BACON,
LARD,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
CaiidlPs Rice, Syrup, Cheese,
Dried Fruits, fanned Goods,
Vinegar. Ilakln-r Powder,
Soap,
Coal1 Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
BEANS,
BR CMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
Aiid all other Goods iu tho Grocery nnd
Provision Line.
■WJL.C3c-&m!S
—FOU—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON  THE— ,
Canadian Facile Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $125 OU per month.
Rock Foremen... .83 00 to ?4 00 1? day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to. 3 00    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class....... 2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00 "
Masons 2 50 to   3 50    "
1st
Blacksmiths,
class 	
3 00
Blacksmiths,
class	
2nd
2 00
2 00
1 75
Blacksmith  Helpers .*  1 50 to
Drillers  1 75 to
Laborers  1 50 to
Hewers, 1st class 3 50
Choppers, 1st class 2 50
Scorers, 1st class 2 50
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools,
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Bonrd and Lodging.'
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along the Line.   Board-*-.'?'! per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in the Company's Houses
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
NOTICEOF
REMOVAL i
WILLIAM McCOLL
PEGS TO :IOTORM mS'NUMER-
I ) : ons patrons that he has removed
his Business to , .
Holbrook's Stone •Builduig
(NEXTTO..THK,BANK),
Whero will be fowdjta'tefatt, a com'
plete assortment of ■      ;;.;,■
GHOCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
And a fine line of .,!■      ,.: .
Pry Goods, Cents' Furnishing
Goods, £c.. Ac.
Wliich will bo sold nt .the LOWEST
FOSSUiLKl'EIOKS,for Cash.     ...
Ho thanks his friends for their post
liberal patronage and hopes for a continuance of the same, in       mhl.
~H. W. HUGHEST
k
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C, ,
Jsjamvrw  -FOR
Toronto "Wri'l'lv Mnll |1 00
Toronto W-j.-klvOli'1'C 1 00
Mmitrrnl IIYn.M A Wret-tv Stiir  1 00
Monlri-iit W-.-1'kly ffltnctw  1 10
Sfjiontiflc Ai'imfi-nii  3 2a
ftaotttuli Aiimrli-nn J.iiinutl  8 00
Sun Frnnrlsro Itiilk-ti-*.... .... i fin
I'liriH-r'*- M.iirnyftu* ami WookIj, i-acli 4 00
UiXlWrl   I.U.IlM'  tin.*  2 00
Sun Frflhflliico Wook.v Cnll (10 Iwokr- frr-ol I Iff
Frank Irfwliu's I'ublirotlons nt rtiMinlirr'* Vrirwt.
.(Hti*iHi"B Lit*.* :  -X M
H'-I'iii'l nf To.IJ-av  2 fill
Uvim nml rurtrnitu of Wives of Prc-idc-jln of II. 8.
Ami any "tin r imiii'in nr Miipizlncs ef imi»-rt •nt*
tn Cumi'lii or in tin- r:r.it. .1 fi|nt«i, Tl>« llnllrliii
miiiilfl rnin*»lot df m>c,in rm-1 lilantM, Wntblri at tho
Muolllllltc'H.TllstltlUu, Tin* -itiLVn firc-nTI i-ffi-rpil i*t
tint i-in-i.) 'iili-i'ri .'liiiru'-i. h? |Ui1i|it-hen*, no tho
sooner von i<|i->lv the rmmii-r M-p \m\m will arrive.
Agent fur Vioi-lil i'ul.li-.lili,'.' ("!.*.. (Im'lpli, Out.
HKNllY W. IWtmv.r. Aff-'-it,
mht New IVeHtiiilnnttr, II, C.
ittr(liii1|ili Org-tim—l»Mt umtlu. I'nrtfcularfi on
einjuiry.
ESTABLISHED   IN   1852.
A.
ONDERDONK,
(.EXKUAL  MANAIIKU.
Offick OF TIIK CoNTUAUTOllH,
Casaihan Pacific Railway,
Yalo. March I, 1881.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
It- untied  to lli«* nndcrnotvd rinnds, on
which tho most LlKKIiAL INDUCEMENTS will ho offorod to the
Trade, ns wo are
SOLE
Agents for BritisliColumliia
fiOOD AS GOLD B.-\KI.\6 IHIWDfcB
Thu Host and Clii-api-st.
BEACON  LIGHT  COAL OIL,
Water White uud Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being  the Liu-L^xt Size and licit
TouaOOO.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
--AT THE—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
DR. SPINNEY & CO.'S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
■'■■•■orihtiM.oitr.'i-*, (0. H.l.M.'.li.Ml IiikH.
tut'*, nnd lull- Proprietor of tlm SNNXKY VJM.K
INFIIIMAHY. wmiM iihixt rv*\m llnllv hil'mm
hiri -.nlk-iiU mid tliu irJtilctdi* Ronuliilly, Mini hti
nt III rni.tlnut'H lo tr-Mt i-hiniilc itml m-rvuu.H din-
Dried" Willi 1ll1|',l1..lltllfil BiiCCcsM.
ladies Ind gentlbmbn.
COMB AND BE HEALED.
It mnttern not wlint your troilM**** tniiy I"'. cniim
nm) let Iho Duflor oxillll'liQ your enm* Il will
(■out ynii ii.jllilnjr far eoti'-nltntion, nd |tlo;mu mil
iiml tuillMfy your •■"I vi-n whether th- Donior itiuler-
Ntnnilf .viitii- eiine. II In* cm) Cliff von lie will tell
yon no; if nul, lio will tell you lln-t, fin- hn will
not iinuortiCrtu u cuso nnluxri in. i™ con'Mi-nt of ef-
FcctlilK ii-jura.
Purl tun ut n ilistnitro wlllling treat in-mt, liy
•wilding fit. and >i minute rie*-<Tl|it[<>n nf their
11 mi I den will ivr-.'ive fn n-liiiil n full coursti nf
Iiciitnient (-emrely pncbOf) 80 »*i not to uxcllo c»i-
rltwlty.
Oil. SI'INXKYwIII guarantee ti. forfeit Vive
Hundred On'tar* lor ovcry ciifeo of nny html in-
clinrnotor whieh lie onilortnitos und full*, to cure.
V. He—For diwiisi'H of slmrt «t,uiilini.', n full
enurse of iiiodli-iiien, mi'lk-leut for n euro, with
nil iuM met luiis*, will hu Miii tu nny lu.u'rosrj on
receipt of $10.
Culloi'Addri'Kn
Pf. SPINNKY to CO.,
028.1)-      No. 11 Keurney.eil.lSiiiiFiiiiucl*K.-nlCiil.
L P. FISHER'S
W BWSPAPB Zt
ADVERTISING
•sra- -bes i*«i «i2 -ns7-
Itoinis ao and 21, Mcrrluinlii' Hi-
change, Ciillroriiln SI., S. ¥„ Cal.
N.
II.- ADVERTISING SOLICITED
_ . . liir nil iie,v«t"*i|ient mjliliihed on thr I'lirlflc
CuiihI, llii'^mdwit-li l.-l.iinh, Polym-nhi, HexUim
Purls, l'linuniil, Vulvar*.)*--), Jnpiin, Ohitui, Kt-W
Zi-uliiiiil, thu Aiistruliiin Cnloiilen, tlie Kml-TH
BtntuH nnd i'.uro|ii', Flic* of tieurly vrry Hbwi.
|iii|ier Jil'l'llfhcd on tin- PiicIHc Count nr» kept
mnsiitnily mi In ml und nil udvrrHmjt-H ,ir«
allowed lice ncceu to thon during-; hiinlnniM hoiirri.
  i illont ttl»
OREGON PRINCE
WILL STAND FOU SKRVIC]'.
(luring tlie nonson of 1882, on
tliu Farm of tliu uu-lumLnii'-.t, Cliilli-
wlinck, nnd at Limuluy, LmliiiVa Lninl-
ing, nml Mitplo Rmgu.
OrtEfWN I'uiNtiE was foaled in Oregon:
will lie 0 yearn old in Mny [ ia a dappled
gray; st-nnln l~'l litiuds higli; wciglis l(i/u
llm. at present, will weigh about I8S0 IU.
during m'iiKon, is very gentle, very fast
walker, good trotter, nml it powerful
Horso in liarnesH. Ho was sired by W.
Myor's imported I'orclicioii — "wliito
I'rince." Oukiion I'juxuk won second
prize nt tlie Y'tetoriit Agricultnnil Fair
last Nuvembcr, and is tbe largest horse
on the timiiihind of liiitish Columbia.
TKRMS--S10, $15, and 820. Parties
from a distttnee sending mart's wilt'be
entitled to free pasturage for ouo mouth.
K. STKVKNSON,
jnylltc Chilliwhaok.
To Diseasks, Complaints .nd AcaDitm
wliitli Hagyard's Ykllow Oil 1. cuwati-
teed to cuis or relievo cither la Nam o
Dhast.
tmen innmuiLT roi
CROUP, I COUGHS,
CRAMPS, SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, etc
APPIIED EXTERHXLLY FM
RHEUMATISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
lameness,
contracii6ns\
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
PAININBACK,
PAIN In SIDE, M,
Every bottle jruarnnteed to glv. utbfM.
tion or money rcrunued.
DIR!«TI0«l WITH EACH BOTTll MIOI 9S&
I.mistnaTfc OO^Prejrlttori
TORONTO, OUT.    .
PATENTS
We continue to act as Solicitors for Pat
cuts, Caveats, Trade Murks, Copyrights,
etc., for the United States, Cunadu,Cuhu,
England, Franco, Germany, oto. Wo
lmvo had Uilrtj-llvc jT«um experience.
Patents obtained tbnmgh us aro notie-
td iu tbo Scientific Aiusiucan. This
largo and splendid illustrated weekly
paper, $3,20 a year, shows tho Progress
of Science, is very Interesting, and has
an enormous circulation. Address,
MUNN k CO., Patent Solicitors, Pub
Ushers of Scientih6 AMBittfUN, 37 Park
I*low, Xew York. Hunt! book about Patents scut free, tlel4
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
Isnnever-fnittnif
Cure for Nerv-
ounDeWHtjr.Ki-
hnusliMl Vilrtlity
of nny kind,
Wenknefli, ?atj>
a lysis, and all
the tprrihle <?f-
fl't'tSOtJOUtllfill
foil lei, tins) etr*i»
cesBPS hi maturer years. *
UK. MINTIK will: mrrrc to brfrll
Firo Hundred Hollars for a east of
miu kimi the Vital KeslorntUe (nndtr
his H|iectal Hilviro and tretilinentjitillnot
curp, or for anythirg imnure or Injurious
found in it. DR. MINTIK 'Nail all Dll-
i'dscs sin'eesf-fully without mercery.
CoiiKultiitlon free. Tiiorouith •isn.l-
nation nnd ndvte<?,.$*V0P. Pislceor VIUI
Kwtorullvc, $3*00 » hoiil#, or,.four
times ihe qtiamlty, $1(1*00; sent to any
nddress upon receipt of prico. or 0 0. D,t
secure from observation, and in private
name  if desired, by A* K. MINTIK,
M.n.  -
Those who cannot visit DB. MINTII
in San Prancipen should send a-Toil and
minute statement ot their troubles with
$25-00, nnd in return a full eonne of
.Medicine will be forwnrded,
pneked, so bs uot to excite curiosity.
All orders for meriielno 0. 0, D-lBJiH'
ho iK'coinpanii'il with $1.00 (as ff:fleft
nnlee of good faith), wliich ,vil| bMe*.
ducted when the package is iblppftd,       (
SAMPLE BOTTLK FRRE..-Sent on
iippiinitiou hy letter si.iting symptomi,
sex and age. Communications strlctljr
rotiflilcntial. jny31-ly
II Kftinir-t' Hirer I, Hun rranelNM, Ctol,
flfRSHIRT~WUl!
rpHK UNDKRSIGNKI) HAS FOR
J. sale on reasonable totim a fow half-
bred Ayrshire yearling Unlit!, sired by tho
Thoroughbred Ayrshire Bull
Tlie dam;; being choice   dairy cows,
A. S. VEDDER,
Jell Sumas.

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