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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—IS   ''UilLHWED	
Ever)' Wednesday & Saturday,
— HY —
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entrance to Editorial mo Business Department TimouoH T. Ft.
PunoN & GO'S. Book & Statioiieby Store.
-rakMS—ny Ifall, »nt«t ttMfbra.mu.1
"il Tor 3 mo..] payable In Advance,   Delivered
-by Cerler or Asetit, $1 por quarter, payable
quarterly lo Currier or Agent.
A'UtNTS:
T. N. Hibbeh k Co. Viotoria.
Wm. Harrison Y«u.
L. P, FISHER AclvortlRiHI! Agent, 21 Merchant'.
KxeltnnKe, Sen VrnndBOii, ienutlldrlHetl to receive
Ailvertleomente fl.r till, paper.
TIIIC   DADCD   mav bo fi.un.l on 111" al
I Hio rArCn o»". i'. nmniii *a».'i
Now.papnr Ailvortl.lnir llurenn (10 Spruce St.),
where nilvertl.iliK contract, mny be Iniulo Tor lt 111
SEW VO»K.
Ihe British Columbian.
Hntnrtlny Mornlns;, Aug. s, is*!.
Coimiiiiiiicatloii.
For many, many years the people
of New Westminster and tlie Mainland of British Columbia have been
agitating for direct steam communication with San Francisco. The
progress towards the accomplishment of that object 1ms been slow
and disappointing. Until about a
year ago we have had to depond
solely upon the slow and expensive
route via Victoria for all foreign
supplies. The.vexations and costs'
to which our morchiihts have submitted in connection with that route
were enough to produce a rebellion
in any less patient and peaceful community. Within the lust few years
great progress has been made in tho
developuiou't ot steam communication on the Fraser. It is only a
short time since our entire service
'consisted of two steamers a .week
from Vicloria and four to Yule.
Now we have six steamers a week
Iron. Victoria, and oiglrt to Yule.
Besides that wc have the steamship
Victoria making fortnightly trips
from San Francisco, find the pros-
^iect of a similar service from the
steamship Sardonyx. It seems that
- tlio way is opening up for the
speedy ostnlilisfclMn*; of a regular
ocean service to this city, anil the
realization of our longchcrislietl
hopes. If it could bo arranged for
the Victoria and Sardonyx to niuke
Vegular alternate trips from San
Francisco* our merchants would be
placed upon nn equal footing with
those of Victoria, and this city
would certainly bccoiiio iho wholesale market for the entire Mainland,
It has been definitely arranged that
tJSS Sardonyx will sail from San
Francisco for this port to-day, and
it is announced that tho Victoria will
also come here on her nest trip, leaving San Frilnciscoo on the 10th inst.
Evory merchant ought to give these
'steamships all the patronage he can.
At present the Saulonyx conies here
merely as an experiment, and it is
certainly the interest iif every merchant on the Mainland that she
should receive freights enough to
make the experiment successful, liy
reference to an advertisement on
another page it will be seen that tho
freight rates proposed are exceed
Inglj' I'd*", Very thu'eh lower than
those wliich have Hitherto prevailed.
There is also a new Steamboat sc
vice proposed between Puget Sound
and this city. Tile people on tho
Sound aro anxious to have regular
steam connection with us, as was
seen by ail extract from tho Seattle
'Post-Intelliijencci; which appeared
in our last issue. There is a con-
sidsrable trade between British Co
lunibia and places on tho Sound,
but whatever part of that trade belongs to tho Mainland has to pass
through Viotoria. If wo had direct
and regular stnnm coinniunicatioi
with Puget Sound, the present trade
would be very largely developed,
and freights would be one-half less.
Let us encourage by nil possible
means the direct ocean service. If
it bo once firmly established, Now
Westminstor. will have nothing to
fear from her most formidable rivals in the ruco for commercial im
prcmacy.
'*
Ono of Hume unnaturally bright
children wlm nro always gutting people
into difficult ion, wna at tmiyor-muoting
thu other evening witli liis mother,
when ho naked aloud: "Mn, say, mn~-
who waa- Dlnnh Monro?" "Hu-u-ah,"
whispered his mother, cautiously, "it's
ft hymn." "No, it rflnlt, nm," continued tho hopeful, "it's-a woman's
name. Say, who's going to lJiimh
Moore J" "Willio," said his mother in
r ghostly voice, "you're disturbing the
meeting. It ntmiif. ^oing to heaven
to die no more." "Diuo no more! tt,
mn, don't tlioy call anything thero?''
His mothor uxphunod ns woll i.h she
could, and Willie sat still for half n
tmmita.—Detroit Free Press: i
VOLUME 22
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1882.
NUMBElt 11
Wanted Ills \vater-m-6or.
,i*<'*-iii*'p Fiiis'tric of (lit* SpooiiuiMlykrH.
"My dear,'' Biiid Mr. Spoopondyko,
pulling .the shiunn off ths bod, "whoro
is my—my, where ia my—you know
what I moan. What did you do with
it?"
"Your shawl strap?" asked Mrs.
Spoopendyke, dropping tho baby into
tho crib. "Oh, I know: your dumb
bells.   Is thnt what you want?"
"Haa tbat shawl strap got alcoves
to it?"' demanded Mr. Spoopondyko,
ransacking tho sowing machine. "Aro
thoso dumb bells split up the back
and torn around the collar? You
know what I want, my irubber overcoat. Whero did you put it?" and
Mr. Spoopetidyke pullikV. n pile of
letters out of the pigeon"" hole nf his
wife's desk and spilled them along
the floor.
"Where did you have it last?"
murmured Mrs. Spoopondyko, with
hor linger iu her mouth and consternation in her eye. "Had it on!" growled
Mr. Spoopendyke. "Whero'd yo
s'poso I had it! Think I had it fur
.lunch? Don't you know wero tho
nicaflly thing's gone to? Spry around
now and iind it; take your finger out
of your mouth} I don't supposo it's in
there I Get that coat beforo it clears
up, will yo?" and Mr. Spoopetidyke
shook tlto clock and then peered into
tho mantel vitao.i.
"I don't believe itV going to miu
much, anyway," faltered Mra. Spo'n-
pendyko, who couldn't remember
having poen the coat for a month,
"When it looks diet) thia it's always
going to sunshine," and she followed
him around the room in a Uutier of
appi'oh ension.
"Of conrae it Is!" snorted Mr.
Spoopondyko. "Things are going to
do just what you toll 'om to, ft you
had somo tin ligiireS in front liim.a
streak of uioreury up your spine, you'd
only need a sheet iron case and a wire
handle to be a baroinoterl If you'll
look along your information about
tho H'culhor, p'raps you will Iind that
overcoat tit tho other end nf it!
Where's that doatl Going to let mo
stand horo and soak while the moths
picnic that cont into a shad net' Tako
ino by the elbuw and lead mo to tho
coat!' and Mr. Spoopondyko tipped
tbo sofa over so that he could seo
under it, and then slapped a plaster
bust of Minerva against the wall,
under tho impression that tho coat
might have crawled into lior ear.
"It's tho sivangost thing in tho
world!" giggled Mrs. Spoopendyke
hysterically. "Aro you sure you
woro it home?"
"If I didn't how'd it get homo?"
ruarod Mr. Spoopendyke, putting his
hands on his knees and grinning in
his wife's face. "S'poso it hired a
hack and di*ovo home? Oh, no, I
didn't, wear it homo. The last I saw
of it it had ita liat over its ear and a
female waterproof over its arm,
[liking up Fulton street, as happy as
art alderman's funeral! What're ye
standing there for? Gut somo indistinct notion that tho coat has pone to
get shaved, haven't yo.' Who'd yo
give it to? ikon endowing a metaphysical chair in somo kind of au old
woman's homo with it, haven't ye?
Where's tho coat? Develop tho coat
before I vitiate tho insurance!" and
Mr. Spoopondyko kicked his wtfe'i
workbaoket across the room and, rain
mod his arm tb tl'o shoulder up the
chimney.
"Do you remember whero you wo.ru
it last?" asked Mrs. Sponpeudyko
suddenly becoming calm ami analytical.
"I wore item my back!1'protested
Mr. Spoopondyko, who didn't,rcmum-
bor Whether ho had token it to church
or to an hospital, "Maybe you're
undor tho impression thnt I tied it to
a stick and wheeled it along on tho
Buttons! On my back, I tell yo! On
thia particular back!" and Mr. Spon-
pendyke almost broke hia arm pointing out tho attraction referred to.
"Most folks lit up their rubber overcoats with a bent wire and a foctts,
and wear 'ciii for spectacles, but I
hadn't timo; so I woro it on my buck!
Bring forth tlie coat!" yelled Mr.
Spoopendyke, spinning around liko a
top. "Botch out tho moasly coat
deforo the proprietor of thesi: premises
makes up his mind whether he'll build
tl now house here or mortgage the
lot!"
"You wore it tho last day it rained,
nnd when it cleared off in the after
noon, I noticed that you had ou yiiiir
spring overcoat," said Mrs Spoopondyko beginning to fcol uncomfortable
and wondering bow it was coming out.
"With your perceptive faculties and
meteorological education, you only
need ono more leg aud a clear night
to ho a dud gasted street telescope at
ten cents a peep! What of it? 'Sposo
I did wear a Bpring overcoat? It'S
spring, ain't it?"
"And I don't know," contuiuod
Mrs. Spoopondyko, "but 1 think you
had it ori ovor your watorproof. If
you'll look you may find the rubber
curtt inside of tho other now." *
Mr. Spoopondyko growled and
snorted his way to tho cloaot, like a
foghorn, and found things ns his wife
bad predicted.
"Smart, ain't yo!" ho grumbled, as
ho hauled out tbo waterproof. "Great
powers of inductivo reasoning! Somo
day I'm going to lit you up with a
stiff neck and a pot of beans and start
a Concord School of Philosophy with
you."
And with this threat Mr. Spoopondyko throw th6 coat over his arm,
and all tho way to Coney Island entertained liis friond Speoklewottlo with a
description of his habits of order,
"which aro so perfect, sir, that I
could put my thumb on anything I
wantod, sir—if my wifo would only
lot things alonoi"
•f-t;'Shipping Keceipts, in triplicate, at
T. 11; Pearson it Co.'s—Am*,
R. T. WILLI AMIS,
T)OOK BUJDER, PAPER llULER,
) nnd Blanit Rook Manufacturoi*.
Maps and Dmwing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Round. *
Government Struct, Victoria, B.C.
Contractor and Builder.
PLANS and Sl'KCIFICATIOXS CAKE-
FULLY MALIK OUT.
ALSO AGENT FOR THK
Asphalt Roofing Company.
This is the REST and CHEAPEST
Roofing now iu uso. Call and examine
model roof.
SW Shop corner of Mackenzie k Clark-
son Streets, New Westminster.    apI2
fiRE INSURANCE.
TIIE LANCASHIRE
'(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, - £'>,000,000 sterling
Risks accepted at   Current Rates of
Premium by
iOHN C BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster;
Columbia St,, New Westminster,
™s. h. webbT
GUNSMlfH
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
SAW   I'lMSM;    KKV   I'JTTIMI,,  iOl'K.
SMITH.  (I TIT.Ill)   UIOlMl,
SCISSOUS Sll llll'KMTr.
Sewing Machines
Cleaned aiid Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Sale.
1'nii.T.Has iHeitilcil, mifl «;<>iieral Keiialr-
in" m-iitly limn*. _, t
Ammunition of all kinds. A full assortment of Re-loading Tools, and everything
required by a Sportsman. Rifles, Shot
Ci.n.s, Rbvolvkus, aud Fismxu TACKLE
for sale. d24y
•ADVANTAGES OF TKE
COAL OIL
Over the Rofined Oils of Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
The beacon light is
an Oil of High Test with ii light gravity,
which makes the Oil a protection against
explosion.
One Ordinary Buriu-r (jlVes n (Brilliant. IJglitntim! lo Ten Candle
bights!
Its odor is uot offensive.   Tho Beacon
Light Oil is
FREE  FROM "SMOKE & SMELL.
In point of Economy,' tho BWon Light
Oil ib
LKSS  E'Xl'i.XSlVI. THAN OTIIE'.l! 0118.
Tho Consumer burning one light— foy
Pour Hours—will not consume over Ono
(illY, or one thirty-second part of a (billon, which doetj not tax. the Consumer
more than Two Cents for a wliolc night.
Ol'PKXHF.IMKR BROS.,
fc4 Sole Agents, Victoria, B.C.
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co'y.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
T. R. Pearson & Co., Agents^
NEW WKSTMLWK.li.
ItosuuriTs of Hie Coiiiiiiiny as at
Ills! Drrrmbrr, 1881.
I. Subscribed Cnriital—
Vaul-up <i. .100,000   0   0
Uncalled  I,6(TO,000   0   0
£2,000,000   0   0
U. I'-iru Flllul—
Reserve.....;..:.law,->7ii in n
I'l-eitiium llescrve. 310,661   7   0
Huluneeofl'rulitaiul
Loss Account     64,3(1/   7   1
4i;218;406 14   0
111. Life Fund—
Accumulated
Fund   of   tlio
. Ufo  llraiicb..i,;i.ll'.',300   7   8
A >■ <■ ti in n 1 a tod
Fumiof tbe Annuity Jlniiicb..    ,"9.-»,ol5   ,1   4
JC;|,508,106 11   0
Hovenuo for tbe Year 1881—
Firo    Brnnob —
I'l'einiu'nis and
Interest .C1,0'J4,400 10 II
•Lifo nnd Annuity
Briuiobou -Pro-
niiuius and li
tercst	
jnl7
..    47S,SS6 M   ,'l
Ji!,-Boa,280 11   5
(AT BltlNETTE MILLS.)
HAVING ENGAGED. TIIE SEK-
vices of Mr. Jas. iSriKilS, nnd
lietcd our Sliop witb a sot nf lii-at-clnss
Tools, wc aro in a position to turn out
tbo best miulity of work in thia lino.
my!3 DnllECK BEOS, k CO.
BOOTS and SHOES
FIIOM
Ieathoefs
Boot k Shoe laifaotory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PBICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
mnbiast,, Nov/ Westminster.
ESTABLISHED 1859,
ROBT. DICKINSON,
■"i
Xcurly Opposite the Coloiilul Hotel.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
rnHK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
.1.    iiiis'ortincnt of nil descriptions nf
MEATS AMS VEGETABLES
Cousttintly on hand, aiid supplied to Families, Roslauvdnta', aiid St'oainboata' tit tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PBJOES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND—
HUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A line Asssortnu'iit: from fri.") to r^'iO,
—AT—
MAUNAhh &, CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
BOVKKXJIIiXT STIIEET,  VICTSIiiA
J.  BAGNALL,
PlASOFOKTE&OnGANl'ONER&itEl'ArRRH
SEVEN THOUSAND
.s>
Vmi H'AhFi.
The. uuderalpied offer
LANDONMATS@lliPilMlE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PltlCES.
lllmriil Term* or Pnymrnl given lo
lloiiii il tip Sottlors.
Tlicsc Ijinils nre ol excellent ijinlity,
ninl a large portion of them is ready for
the plough,
WOODS* TL'IINKll,
New \Vo8tmln8tcr,
Ii. M, JOHNSON,
Victoria,
Or C. 11. SWOliD,
ocS llivcrsiilc.
PATENTS
Wo continue to act na Splidttora for Pat
onts, Caveats, Thulo M;u-kn, Copyrlchts,
etc., for the United States, Cai'tnda,Ciibft,
Kngland, Fwmco, Goiniiniiy, etc Wo
have had (IUl*lJ'-llVC JOttM OXyOl'lCIlCCi
Patents obtained through tin are notii*-
«d iii tlio Soibstikio Ami-'.hicax. This
lnrge and splendid ilhistratcd "fVaekly
paper, SI.20 a year, slioSVa ,tlie l'rorfreffl
of Soionoe, ia very interesting, ami has
an euorinons ofronlatiou, AddvoSs,
MUNN k CO., Patent Solioltore, Pub
Hshora of KoiKNTii'it* Ami'kican", 117 Pari*:
Row, New Vorl;. Hatftt book about Patents aeut free, dell
m '
n' ,i" .-;"i;,"',rjL'(iAitOoATi*.n.
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•J,   ,-,\'.~.:\tth-0,   lONK Of
Jfniory* Bour
r.ii>.*j'H-ii, Livrr Com-
ilnti.) orftnyillr
• .iM-i:i:;i'rmniho,stom-
.-.;: i.!„ciinn. Truiultoa
ll ■ :. [i.| ■ ,
'*  '' "' "^ ;l-
rv Ke, vui liox.
ROYAL  CITY
III US HO.,
(x.'ieinii'jaac*.)
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PEE-
J-AltED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALL DES0RIPTI0K8 OF—
Rough k Dressefl Luilrnr,
MOULDINCS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds,
Planing. Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Sliaping,
Ami all kimls of WOOll-FINISHTNCi,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH   OASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTnllNSTEK,   B.   0.
JOHN HENDRY,
Manackii,
J. II. PLFJCE a CO.
rarpoRTUKH asp dbalbiis in
STOVES,
E.ANGES,   &0., toO.,
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full nssovtmoot constantly oh hand, at
tho LOAVEST MARKET HATES.
Tinwnro inanufaeturotl oil the promises,   Jobhing nrdinptly attended lo.
n«i.it!to»K-.s stom: itiu.inx;,
Sew IVi'NilniltiNlcr.
GO TO THK
SAM   FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET   YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
nOOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY
j ) description imldc to order, und re-
linircd, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
-To    A—
3M.A.B3-*3    BOOT.
The highest CASK pricepnlil for IIII'KS
JABIES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
Ori'OSlTF. TIIF. liASK.
T    IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE GOMP'Y.
I Ol.li BHOAIi St. nnd IU P.vl.l. Mai.l,
LONDON.
iNSTiTim'-n iso8.
I.TOlt INSUU1NO H0US1CSS OTHER
V Biaidings, il 1«, Wows, Morehmi-
disc, Mnniifaoturlnjg and Pnrmlng Stock.
Ships in Port, lliirieir or Doric, mill tlm
Cnrgocsof »nc!i Vossolt i uho, Slops building nm] ropniring, Barged anil other Vc-s-
kc!s on navigable rivers end canals, nnd
(Ioods on bonrd such Voaaula, throughout
Groat Britain anil Ireland notl in Foreign
Con n trios,
b-KOM loss ok n.i*,i,ui>; nv fire.
NnliKoribed and Invested Capitol,
£1,000,000 STG.
Ratea nf i'runiiuin and every information can be obtolnod on appltcatlbti to
W. ,1. ARMSTRONIi,
Ai'cnt for New Wcalniinslcr.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New   Westminster, B. C,
HAVISO fiUHQHASED AND
eompletely re-furnisbed and
otherwise greatly improved this
well-known estnblishmc'it, I bnvo
the pleasure to announce tbat it is
OPEN
For tho reception of Guests.
ConViently located and well appointed In every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all tlio most modern appliances, it will be found in every
.respect the "boat, aa it is the largest
and most commodious. Hotel on the
"Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department U under the very best
management both (is regards' ooismn
and attendance, and parties desiring
them can have eomfortablo PrlVOtO
Hilling 1(001116, witliBpe'cial attendance.
The
BAR   ROOM
Is Stocked with tlie choicest Wines
nud Liquors, and the heat brand** ot"
Cigar.** wiil always be kept on hand.
The
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious nnd well appointed;-and
provided .with Stkaui.i;'s I'atknt
CUSHION TAHLKS, the best iu
use.
. rtsT Hood attendance and moderate charges.
il. E. INSLEY,
h.Di-p.n'Tim k MASAOEtt.
April 4, 1882. apS
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD       INLET.
Xcirl)'ltnilt ami Jfcwly runu.nu.i,
largo and Commodious.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS OH THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view  of  that
magnificent Bhoet of water known aa
Coid Harbor, the futurett-nnhuis
in'   ihe   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
HI ITH    OI'    nOO.HH    t'OH    FAMILIES.
Sir Visitors and Totuista will find it a
(piiet nnd plenannt iTstiug place.
The scale nf charges will bo found  to
bo strictly moderate
Good stabling on the pruniiscs.    '
JOSEPH   KANN-Oh!
PltOPRTKTOIti
morton'" house,
SPENf'E'S llKlllfiE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
THK ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
open for the ncconnoodation nf the
Pnlilie, ami tlie proprietor will emlonvor
to deserve a fnir sluirc of patronngc.
Tile very best of Wi.ni:s. LlQUQKS nnd
ClOAlts Mill uhvnys be kept.
C.   MORTON.
July I, 1 SSI. null
AYRSHIRE_ BULLS!
rnHK .DKDERSIQNBD   HAS   FOR
1    Hlllo oo reiiKOimbln tcnoe n few  half-
bred Ayrshire vcarling Hull., Btrod by tii.-.
Tlioroiiglilired AyvsliiM BuU
33" -ET IT" 3P 33 Mi X KT ,
Tlio dams being choice dairy cows.
a. 8. vi:ni)r.i;,
jell SlimnS
NOT[CE.
HSONS   IIAVIXI!  CLAIMS   A-
goinatttio I'lslalo of liic late VV. II.
Emvo arc licn-l.y m|ncstcd  to Idllgc par-
liculam of the WMllo Willi   R, L. CAWS-
Tl)>; of Oeoyo.is IjiIi.c, IS. C.
Jiily 'AS, lSb'i. fyslMin
|>1-
Max Snk ox to 1'icnt.
BRICKS FOB SEE.
rnllii! toSCEIBER HAS a kiln
I. - of ejcoeildnti.biickHfor sale cheap.
Delivery anywhere.
T. McKAY.
New Weatniiiiritei*.'
June 24, 1881.     ' jn25
FOR   SALE:
rnHK FOLLOWINl.i:-
lfi Fat Eogs,
1.") Small ilfiga,
1   White Chester "Roar,
A munher of Horses,
i Cutting liox,
1  Platform Scale (capacity. 1,000),
Also—for sale or loaae—the premise.*:
i ecently occupied by mc.
To be si'cn on application to ■
W. J. EBENGH,
New West., July 4, 1882. jy5
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Riverside Farm, Matsqui,
IN  WHOLE  Oil PART,
riOXTAIXIKa "TEHEE HUNDRED
\_J aeres Dyked Land, of which 250 acres
could easily be put under crop for next
season,
WITH WHAKF SO FEET FHOXT, and
AMI'lK BMtS AM) OTUKH    .
BU1LH1 SU    A C 'C 0 "M 3H 0 D A T10 K.
Apply to
C. B. .SttOKD,
Riverside.
FOR SALE OH LEASE.
THE FARM CONSISTS OF 320
Acres, iii Nicola Valley, kuoun as
P, L. Anderson'k Ranch, of which a part
is suitable for crop. It in situated about
8 miles from the l'tiblie Hall nnd Rond.
Also—7o Milk Pans; Churn, ai:d all
the implements necessary for Dairying.
Also—20 good 11 ilch Cowe.
Apply to
V. L. ANDERSON,    .
npatc Nicola Luke,
"foY""saleT '
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLK TOE
Church or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason 6%Hani,
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full acts of
reeds, sub-bass, octave coupler", vox hu-
mana, grand organ, ami knoc swell, S
stops. This organ is now used in tht)
Methoili.it Church, iiiul is sweet toned
ami in gooil order". Will he sold for .*?150
cash, an it is intended to procure a more.
powerful ono. This is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T. It. PEARSON & CO,-,
Stationora k Music Dealers, *
fe-ltc New Westminster.
A Splendid Farm!
200  ACRES   IMPROVED!
135  Acres  Fader  Timothy!
mHE UNDERSIGNED OFFKRS for
I Sale, on favoraldc tonllB, his splendid Farm, situated on tlio North Ann,
1-1 miles from tho City of'New Westmin-
.iter iind within four miles of the Town
of Granville, the
RAILWAY   TERMINUS.
The Farm eontaina SSI acres oi rich
bottom bind, thoroughly dyked and
drained and free from overflow at nll
seasons'.
There aro
'Jin?   in its  Hni'itotEb,
Of which 135 acres aro under timothy,
and the remainder under oaU, root crops
and pasture.
There is a good bearing or hard aud a
splendid sprmp of pin- rater.
There arc * oiWortfttt-la dwelling, two
doahlobanti t20x48IfBet1 together with
sheds and other out*builduigB.
The Farm U woll stocked with horses,
cattle,'pigs, So., iKid with the moat improved agricultural implements and mn-
ehiiu-i-v, in.dudinga f'Giaiit Reaper.'!
Thc'propcrty fronts on thoNortli Arm,
mid thoro is a wharf (not quitfi luiishcd),
alToitllng i \a*lh nt lauding [or stcamera.
Tlioro if. no better farm m the country,
and It is iu a condition to pay a large
profit on the investment from the lirst.
• The Farm will bo sold with or -without
tin; live stock.
For particulars apply on tho promises
or bv post to
JIUC1I MAOEE.
Xcw West., July 4, 1SS2.
jy»
ESTABLISHED   IN   1852*
I P. FISHER'S
jST 3E: W £5 IE* Jk. 2? 33 Z&
■ DVERTISIISTG-
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clinngo, California St;* Si K.ifliil,
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ir iilliii*w>|t|i|.ci-*.pulilW'i.li>iiUii. I'ndllo
ftinit, tlio Snililwlch h-lnn-lii, ri.l>iii««l», Muslenu
ImlH, Pfttijunit, Viilimnitm, Jnima, Otitnti, Now
Zi'iilainl    tlm An-tr,ili;il.   Ooloiiloti.   IllO KMlOl'Il
f^inL.*. i.nl Kurnno. Clloi of-jiourlyovurynowsi
iidiicr ituMMiM on tlio I'm-lilt* Owwl uro llopt
cnnitnntly   on   hiirnl  nml   .l\   nilvitrlli
utl 11
isim
Tlir- tlummi (Wr,VMnn« i- itqit on Ilie Hi tlio
oflico i>f I*. V. JlBMSUi NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY,
Coming! Coming I  Coming!... .'Circus
Steamship Victoria... J. A.R, Homer
Notico to Mariners I'1. Revely
Royal Washing Blue.. ,-.C, D. Kn'iglit
Notico ■ J.   Sold
Furniture  J. G. Bunto
Piano Tuning A. L. Francis
For Salo W. fcatldnu
Wanted ...X Y
Cane Lost ..-., .This Ollice
Special Methodist Church
lhe fi'itisit dohtmbiim.
Hilliirtliir Mnriillis, A (IK. S» i&H't,
Mc ■■ Kootenay federal
Election.
This election drags on its weary
length, Tho polling is fixed us far
oil' .13 the 28th inst., and tho returns
will be three or four weeks beyond
that. According to the latest ami
most authentic information the return of Mr. Barnard mny safely be
accepted ns a foregone conclusion.
Three candidates aro in the field
(Messrs. Barnard, Vernon nnd Robinson), arA that circumstance will
undoubtedly tell in Mr. Barnard's
favor—dividing by two lhe votes
whicli will not t» cast for liim. Indeed it wonld be stVittige if tne Yale
District should have rejected Mr.
Barnard, Long before entering the
Federal Parliament lie did good service for tliat District, notably in the
great battle of the railway routes—
servico which a grateful constituency was not likely to forget while
\rt- railway work is but in its infancy, Since entering Parliament
ns tlie member for tliat extensive
and most important District Mr.
Barnard has probably accomplished
quite a& much as any member could
bops to do mider the circumstances;
and if be had done nothing more
than secure the Spallumcheen canal
he would have merited tbe thanks
and continued support of the constituency. Indeed there lias been
but ono ground for any question at
all as to tlie continuance of Mr.
Barnard in active public life, and
that was tbe condition of bis health.
We have reason to know that, bad
Mr. Barnard's health not materially
improved, instead oE Hiking, as be
is now doing, for a renewal of the
suffrages of the electors, be would
havo been asking release from fur
ther active service. But happily
liis health is not only materially
improved. It is completely recovered, as those in tho District with
whom ho is now being brought into
personal contact will perceive. "Bar
iiard is himself again," is the joyous
exclaimation which greets tho ear
in the interior, and there can, therefore, no longer bo any doubt as to
the determination of the constituency to send him back to Ottawa to
carry on the good work so well
begun. Thero is this one unhappy
feature about tbe present contest.
Mr. Barnard should have been, reelected by acclamation. But, as
that cannot be now, the next best
thing to be dono is to put him in by
such a majority as to mako him and
the authorities at Ottawa feel tlmt
his services all theso years have
been appreciated and that he still
possesses the confidence of the increasingly important District to
which his services lmvo been so
long given nnd in which his interests He. One word about one of
tho candidates, in conclusion. As a
man Mr. Robinson is generally respected and doubtless has many
friends in the District. As a politician, his own friends must admit
him to have made anything but a
success.' With the party now iu
power at Ottawa lie certainly has
nothing in common. At the general election in 1878, it will be remembered that he ran for this District as an out-and-out "Grit," and
ou that occasion he received the
energetic and potent (?) support of
the Guardian because he was ultra
"Grit," This is no time to send
sucb as he to Ottawa. Least of all
can the Yulo District afford to indulge1 in such fantastic experiments
at a time when she requires the
steady hand of an old and well-tried
friend. Barnard "knows tho ropes,"
so to speak. He has well established
influence at headquarters, and his
ripe experience and proved influence
are wanted during the parliamentary term upon which we are now
entering. The present is no time
to Bwop horses. Thero is too much
at stake for experimenting.
Tlie Wn»on Koiul.
Tho inconvenience and low arising
from damage dono to the portion of
tho trunk road between Yalo and
Lytton hy tho unprecedented floods
this season have undoubtedly been
very great. That bitter complaint
should ariao beyond" the.Cascades on
account-of the serious and prolonged
interruption 'to traffic is most natural, and it is not surprising that the
contractors who have undertaken to
keep the road iu repair should come
in for a share of blame, Nov is it
to be wondered at tlmt tliu people
beyond should, in their sore distress,
raise a cry against the contract system for maintaining the road in question. A little reflection will tend
to show, however, that neither tbo
contractors nor the system are really
much, if at all, to blame. The floods
of 1*876, unprecedented,aa thoy wore,
seriously broke up tho roadway,
and freight traffic wns interrupted
for a period of sixty-three days. At
that timo the road was not maintained
by contract. The work was dono
directly by tbo Govornment, This
year the floods were much greater.
The water was eight feet higher,
and the damage done to the road
was proportioiiately greater. And
yet, assuming the resumption of
trnflic yesterday, which we have
been assured would be the case, the
actual interruption to traffic will
have been several days less than it
was in 1876. These facts and
figures would seem to demonstrate
the superiority of the contract system. They would appear to speak
well for the present contractors.
Indeed it wonld be difficult for any
one to display more energy and push
than has been displayed by the contractors, There was undoubtedly a
deplorable waste of precious time
before an arrangement was come to
between the contractors aud tho
Government; but there is good
reason for believing that the Government, not the contractors, were
responsible for tbat. The arrangement complete, no time wns lost in
placing a largo working force on the
road. On the fourth day the contractors had. 120 men at work, and
work has been continued vigorously
ever since. These observations are
not offered in the interest of either
the contractors or the contract system, but simply in the interest of
justice and to disabuse the public
mind of wrong impressions, arising
chiefly from want of reflection and
a knowledge of the facts. It is no
more than right that we should
mention tbe further fact that, nfter
all, the repairs could not have been
made much earlier, in consequence
of the water keeping up so long.
Indeed we nre led to beltcvo that
some of the repairs are even now
awaiting the further assuagement of
tho water—notably a necessarily temporary crossing at Anderson river.
While, therefore, the interests beyond the flooded portions of tho rond
have suffered vory seriously, and the
sufferers have naturally chafed under seemingly unnecessary delay, a
careful and unprejudiced examination into tho facts of the case tends
to show that the disaster has not,
after all, been seriously aggravated
by man's dilatoriness. '
Editorial Notes.
In liis last issue tho Guardian announces that thero aro certain magistrates who are "not wanted" on tho
bench in this city, and intimates that
t is a pleco of i moor il nonce for them
to thrust themselves into eourt unasked. . This is certainly a new doctrine. It may suit the Gnardian'tiud
its friends to lot all magisterial duties
fall into tlieir hnnds. Yery likely
they would run tho mnchino to suit
themselves, nnd everything would bo
lovely for the twins. We are undor
tho impression that any magistrate for
this city has a perfect right to Bit ou
the bench when he thinks proper.
More than that, it is tho impcrntivo
duty of evory magistrate to be thore
whenever he believes his presence
would promote the cause of justice
and fair play.
Our local contemporary appears to
bo painfully exorcised over tho fact
that tho publishers of this journal
sent out a tentative list of papers during the late election contest, with tho
double object of still further extend'
ing our circulation and counteracting
the falsehoods bo industriously promulgated by tho organs, nnd ho is employed in a frantic effort to make tho
public beliovo that thero is Bomothing
disreputable about it. While confessing our inability to discover anything
objectionable or inconsistent with
honorable journalism about it, our
contemporary may like to know that
tho effort has boon appreciated and our'
already largo subscription list materially augmented thereby. As for tho
salutary influence thus exerted during
tho eloction, we loavo our contemporary to form, liis own conclusions.
CANE LOST.
T OST, A HEAVY HICKORY CANE,
JLj Any person leaving it at this Office
Will bo rewarded. ftuSte
I)0ARD  AND  LODGING IN PRI-
)   vato honse, or single room.
Apply nt the Office of this Newspaper.
au5-2t X. Y.
FOR SALE.
ONE YOKE WORK OXEN, JTRSI-
class loaders, ."> and 0 years old respectively.   Apply to
WILLIAM PERKINS,
auoti Greenwich Park Mission.
PIANO TUNING.
T>R0F. A. L. FRANCIS WILL VISIT
X New Westminster about the 5th
August, and remain a few days. Per
sons having Pianos or Organs which require tuning or repairing should loavo
their orders at T. R. IVarson k Co.'s, or
W. H. [Co:
au5-2t
THE
THE ONLY BLUE IN WHICH f HE
clothes can remain for any length
of time without specking or streaking—
tho he3t article in tho market.
C. H. KNIGHT, Manufacturer,
New Westminster,
British Columbia.
tW Iii case of clothes being left out in
tlio rain, can put same iu Blue over night
and thoy will not he specked or streaked.
(auf.to)
STEAMER
Ik VICTORIA
CAPT.   PLUMMER,
T\7'ILL SAIL KROM SAN FliAN-
YV *-'isc° for New Westminster, via
Portlilnd, ou or about
Tiuiismv, iniii   in; 1st, ishj.
For rates of   Freight   and  Passage,
apply to
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO.,
San Francisco,
Or to    J. A. R. HOSIER,   Agent,
nth 18 N cm' Westminster,
NOTICE
T HAVE THIS HAY DISPOSED OF
I my branch Furniture Store in New
Westminster to Mr. John G. Bunte, who
is authorized to collect all outstanding
debts, and Will pay all liabilities in connection therewith.
1 take this opportunity of thanking
my customers for their liberal patHmage
iu the past, and trust the same will he
extended to my successor.
The business in Victoria will bo continued as usiiul by the undersigned.
JACOB SEIIL.
New West., Aug. 2..d, 1S82.
FURNITURE!
TN CONNECTION WITH THE A-
X bovo notice, the undorsiguotl has
pleasure in announcing that he is now
prepared to supply au lands of Fund-
turbj ko,, at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering dime
promptly and in llrst-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all it'i bmnohes, Tlie undersigned
has the only IIKARSK in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sclil's Branch Furniture
Store, atiotc
mm\
u!
\\!ESTll,.|VJf.!lF,\TE;\STEll.\
OIROUB
Will   give  One   Performance in New
Westminster, on
Thursday Evening, Aug.
10, 1882.
EHUCATKI) HOUSES!
FUNNY CLOWNS 1
LOFTY TUMULI.**,'.!
FEATS OF STItKNB.TII 1
GROTESQUE       COMICALITIES!
NUMEROUS NOVELTIES!
Etc., Htc, Eta
Previous to tlio performance, Professor Blondti,', the (larfng l'unfimlnilist,
will mako un outsulo
FREE  TO  Jk.X.1..
Will exhibit on the lot opposite Lytton
Square, 1'erfonnuneo in the King to
eommeneo at 8 o'clock.
Admission SI. Chil'lrcn undor 12 yrs.
of age, fiO cents. mifrt'J
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thnt
■the following arc tlio names of tho
persons duly elected as lteovo and Councillors for the Municipality of Surrey for
the year 1882:
RKBVK—Win. C. MoDougall.
Co!/NC!M,ons-—John Armstrong, Wm.
Brown, George Boothroyd,. Domini Stewart, Thomas Slnmnon,
JOHN OLIVER,
Returning Oilicor,
Surrey, July 21,. 1882.. a«B
d*K3
ft
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
SOUTH   AIM   SAM)   HEADS,
FRASER KtVER.
VTOTTCF. IS.nF.UFBY GlVM tlmt
_LN six Buoys have been placed in tlie
Channel of the North Arm Sam] Heads,
and painted -according to tlio rules for
coloring Buoys at Forts iu the Ddliiiniou
of Canada.
The Channel is tortuous arid narrow,
and the Buoys must bo passed close to.
The least water iu the channel is 3 feet
at low water spring tides.
F. REVELY, Agent.   •
Dept. Marino and Fisheries,
Victoria, B. C, 20th July, 1&B2,   au5
C.  M.  McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LARG-
cst assortment of Clocks ever held
on tho Mainland of British Columbia,
NlCkd Clocks, at S2.2o (warranted).
Bctti Thomas' Nickel Alarm, at
$3.25.
All kinds of Mantel and Office
Clocks.
fl'althnni Watches, coin silver cases,
from Sir, upwards.
A fine aWtimmt of stlrllns Silver
Jewelry, of the latest designs.
Silver Plate Marc  and Optical
Goods.
Gq&umum Stkkkt,
au2 New Westminster, B.C.
THROUGH FREIGHTS
—FKOM--
SAN  FRANCISCO
—TO--
Hew Westminster.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Carrying II. M. Malls and Wells,
tfiirgo oi Co.'s Express.
mHE PAST AND POWERFUL BRI-
J_   tisii Steamer
"SARDONYXS"
W.   MEYER,   MASTER.
Will sail from New Westminster, via
Nanaimo, for San Francisco, on or about
FRIDAY, AUGUST  II,   1882.
RETURNING—Will leave San Fran*
oisco about AUGUST 18, connecting
with tho Steamer "fiKlrl'llUDK" at
New Westminster, for Yale,
(".'airytug Freight at the following reduced rates:—
From San Francisco to New "Westminster—-JLoO per ton;
From San Francisco to Yalo—$6.00 per
tun.
B. C. Merchants will du woll to patronize the Local Boat.
For further information apply td
RWfiN k CO.,
Agents Str. "Sardonyx,"
New Westminster,
S,   GUTTE,   .iO?   California St., Ran
Francisco. du2
NOTICE.
V
_1_ bout to leuve New Westminstor for
Somo months, may bo found for the present at his old ofiiua on Front Street,
near Mary Street, whore he will be prepared to settle nil accounts against tilth
and receive all Bl"llfl dlie,
n 1 tako this opportunity of thanking
the public for tho liberal patronage he-
Btowoil on the Occident during the time
I havo occupied it and to solicit a continuance of the same to my successor.
J, W. HOWISON.
New West.,.Inly 25, 1882.
jy2o'te
THE SUNBEAM
PHOTO. GALLERY
WILL VISIT
HOPE & YALE
About tho 27th JULY, and remain for a
short time. Photographs of all kinds
taken in tho best style known to the
art,
ft. R. JUDKINS,
jy22-2\v Proprietor,
WANTED.
A LOAN OF $1,000.- FOR A TERM
of years ou unexceptionable Heciiri-
ty. Kate of interest seven por cent, per
annum, payable half-yearly.
Apply A,  B,  C,  Box I, New Westminster, jy29
FISHERMEN AND OTHERS ARE
notified that it is illegal to import
salmon under any pretence from above
tho Sumas River.
(i. riTTENDRIflir,
Fishery Overseer.
July 28, 1882, '       jy20
PAY UP!
ALL ACCOUNTS  NOT  PAID BY
the 15t.li inst. will Im placed in tlio
Imiuls of ii Collector with instructions,
W. 3. FRENCH.
Now West., July 4, 1882. jyl)
WANTED:
pOARl) AND LODGING FOR MAS-
J.) tors and Hoys connected with Collegiate and High School in this City.-
Apply at once to REV. E. ROBSON,
Secretary.- auSto
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only fire-froof Hotel
in tlie City,
the Mm DIPffllT
IS UNDER THE  CHARflE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEOS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that ho
has purchased the above Hotel, whore
everything will be 'found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and Sleeping Apart-
nil*His are under  the superintendence
of Mas. Austin.
Private pining Rooms for Ladies.
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading (room, commodious, comfortably fcU-itisIfe'd, and
\vcll supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
THB   IB A It-
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Ljquous, Cnutts, kc
JNO. AUSTIN,
Paoi'lUETOR.
COLLEGIATE
—AND—
HIGH SCHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
RE-OPENS   AUG.   30,  1882.
VISITORS i—Rev. R. Jamieson, Rev.
C. Watson.
MANAGKU8: — W. J. Armstrong,
M. P. I?., J. S. Ci.ote, Esq., Rev.
E, Robson, C. G. Majqk, Esq.
men Li's.-
H. M.. Stiiambkihj, B.A., P.bixoii'AI.;
Mathematics,  Classics' find History.
Rev. \V. ,T. Dowu;u, B. A.,ViCE-PniN-
cii'.vi,; Modern Languages, Science
and Literature,
L, R. McInnph, M. ]>.;   Anatomy,
. Tliysiology" itnd Hygiene.
Mns. D. Robson; Voice Culture and
Art uf Singing.
Instrumental Muaio (piano) hy a first-
class teacher;
The school year consists of 40 weeks
of actual teaching, divided into fuur
terms of 10 weeks each.
EXPENSES:—
Tuition, High School, per tcnti- §15,00.
Board) per term; :?4").00-
Music (vocal or huttmmental).per term,
$10.00.
Use of Instrument for practice, per
form, 53.00.
Washing, ">0 cents per don.
For circulars, with fuller information,
apply to
Ei RQBSOffl
Sec.-Treas.
Now West., .-"uly 20* 1882. jy22
TENDERS WANTED.
QKALFi) TENDERS WILL liE RE-
\7) ceived liy rhe undersigned up to
WEDNESDAY the Kith d-ty of August,
for putting in Flonit (iates in Big Slough,
Boundnry Itay, and making nhont seven
runt onu-half mile,** of 11 Ditch and Dyke
in Townships '., and 4, New Westminster
District.
ISaoh tender must tic accompanied with
the names of two good sureties iu tlie
amount of contract price for tho faithful
completion of the work..
Plans and specification*-- may he seen
at Messrs. T. R. Poauson it Co.'s, New
Westminster, hn to tho 1st day of August; nfter that date they can he seen at
Mr, Jlolit. L'. William's Book-bindery,
Victoria.
Separate tenders will be received for
the work as stated in specifications.
Tho lowest or any tender nut necessarily accepted.
By order of Commissioners,
WM. MoKEE,
Bayview, July 19j 18S2.
Chirk.
jy22
DOMINION GOVERNMENT
SAVINGS BANK
NKW WKSTMINSTKR BRANCH.
DHPOS1TOUS  ARK  REQUESTKD
to prfeBoiit fcli«ir I'iibb Hooks for Insertion of Interest up to tlio 30tii Juno,
1882- . ^   •
G. FIlTEtflrttfCIH,
Agont.
N. W., July 11, 1882. jylG
W.  ELSON,
MERCHANT    TAILOR,
IATT0N   SQUARE,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
HAViNC.   JUST   RECEfVEf)  IN-
volqos of    NEW   QOOCS   ami
lioiiig deslrotlfl of clearing off hfoetock of
TwoctlB now on hnnd, tlio nmlorstgiicd
will Boll at Hint coat for CBBtiV
jyo-lm % ELSON.
MONEY TO LOAN.
mRUST FUNDS TO LOAN ON
\_ lirst mortgngo; ami mortgages inil-
chasoil,
H. H. HORSEY,
jy20-It   At Mrs.- Holmes', Mary Stwjt,
BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS IN-
GROCERIES
uza-]
PROVISIONS,
WHAKF STRKET,
VICTORIA, B.C.
Having established Business In the above
Lines and by
RECENT iMPORTATIOWS
European k Eastern Markets
We Are prepared lo fill orders to the
Trade in tbe following Goods:
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
BACON,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
fJniifllcs, Rice, Sjfii1), Cheese,
Dried i'Tiilis, ('aimed Goods,
Vinegar, Baking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
BEANS,
BROOMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And all other Goods in the Grocery aud
I'rovisioil Line.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is called to tho mult-moted Goods, on
which tho most UtWlUL INDUCEMENTS will ho offered to tho
Trade, as wo aro
SOLE
Agents for BritisHGohimljia
GOOD AS GOLD BAKING FOWDEl
Tlie liest and Cheapest.
BEACON  LIGHT  COAL OIL,
Water White tfnd Pure:
ARCTIC SUGAR GORED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being   the   Largest Size and Best
Touacuo.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT TUB—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
-y^g;s-pj
1861.  1882.
■TJEiffi
HOUSE*
THE PROPRIETOB, nfter 21 years of mercantile life in this City, begs
leave to report to liis numerous Patrons tiiat his Business
is prosperous and the outlook
for the future is bright, We"
hope to do a big trade during
the present year. We have1
now in stock a complete as*
sortment of
With some heavy shipments
oh the way from the Easterii
Markets. We lire buying
lor Cash, getting large discounts, which enables us td
sell at much lower rates than*
formerly. We are deter
mined to keep the CotMsiA
House to (he front, making*
it, as it lias boen for years;
the leading mercantile Hound
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that we!
can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any .other
House in this City, and we1
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer:
New West., Feb. 8,1882.      fell
BOOTS and SHOES
FARMERS' & MINERS'
IMPLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT"
OP
HARDWARE,
THE BEST  BRAND OF
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries*
Ready-Madc Clothing!
AND A GENERAL LINE OF
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR1
THIS MARKET.
.*gF Storage,   ant]    Forwarding?
done n£ reasonable rates.
REID & HUDSON.
iyl2-flin
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
NOTICE IS..HEREBY GIVEN/
tlmt tho City Taxba for 1882 an'
now duo ami payable at the office of the'
City Clerk.-
JAMES ORR, C. M. C.
Now Weat-i July 85,. 1883,-
j.*,***1 MARRIED.
. At tho tL-cBt-renco of Hid bride'**, miitl.c.', in tills
city, by tlio Hev. It. Jnmloioil, on tht* 2ml I nut.,
Mr. Wm.. S. Cli-inill-jr, of San Fnuici-wu, to Mies
NtltiB Irring. .   ,    ;   ; (    j
PA8SKN<;KR>,.
Vor atmmer W1LMAM HIVING Rom, Yalo,
Aug. 4—Mr* lowlo, Mra'tTIJcmliolBon, Mra Kiwt-
tnnn, Mra J Kirlw, Mrs A Hni.irnnl, Mmai'M York}
fito|ihi*iH, Pisvoruoy, OiiinrH, Pratt, A WIIhou,
llniimutt, Ilntlirolt-, Kowllt**., Itcgim, Tii'j-TiOmtii,
Korrii-pn, McWaltom, Km-.tiy. Frontenlinrij;,
Ilnrlny Iliickwolt, I'rout, Hum-Ion, Special Coii-
hIhI'Ui Ivy huh iinl gnJEomu-,	
"the §vitislt (Ednmbt.m.
Hntiirdny .il'iruiim, Aug;. 5, is:'.*.1.
City Council meots noKt Monday
night-
L, Mart^lccum, tlio Circus Agent ia
in town.
The Rov. .T. B. Good (Lytton) has
resigned.
The steamer Western Slope, Capt.
'Mooro. passed down yesterday.
. Tho fish aro reported to be running
"better during tlio ltiBt two days.
'Seo Mr. Perkin's advertisement if
you want an extra good yoke of oxen.
, The entrance to the North Arm
'channel has been buoyed.--Soo notice.
. The steamer Enterprise, Capt. Gardiner, arrived from Victoria last evening.
■The freight shed at Port Moody is
Vow ready to receive its roof "(if usphal-
tuthi
On Wednesday n Chinaman was run
'over and killed by a C. P. 11. train
near Spuzzum.
The Btr. Wm. Irving, Cn'pt. Insley,
'returned from Yale last evening with
freight ond passongers.
At Richmond cannery the fish supply had continued full up to Thursday,
when it fell off slightly.
So thick nro salmon in the cdJcs of
the -Fraser canons that canoo navigation is rendered difficult.
The Bulletin es'jmntcs that thore
Wo- now upwards of .'100 electric lights
used nightly iu Sun Francisco.
., A salmon caught last Friday for
English & Co, weighed oU lbs., and a
sockeye turned the scaly at 14 lbs.
, -The postponement of (be Mainland
assizes till hue in the fall is causing
much dissatisfaction in tho interior.
Amongst tbo passengers down by
the steamer lt. Pi Rithet yesterday
were Mra, fl. Cornwall and children.
Tho Victoria Standard si ill professes
to believe that the B'tinycn Government will be sustained hy tlio* Houso!
._ A. E. B. Davie.Esq., .simiur member for Lillooot, returned from the.in-
Wior yesterday, looking woll after
Victory.
Tho contractor began work on tbo
Agnes-st. sidewalk last Wednesday,
hnd will have all the planks laid in n
low days.
To-day will be shipped from the
Royal City Planing Mills ten thousand
salmon cases for the Nilrtll-Wust coast
canneries.
Col. Laurie, late uf ibis province,
offers a regiment of Nova Scotian lads
for Servico in Egypt, His offor will
probably bo accepted;
. The steamer Princess Louise, Capt.
Lewis, arrived from Victoria shortly
after noon yesterday with a full cargo
of rice—Chinese muck-u-muok.
.The strs. Rithet and Slope arrived
from Victoria about 0 o'clock oii Wednesday night, and proceeded up the
1   river, returning yesterday morning.
The str. Gertrude, Capt. Odin, ar-
,    rived down from Yale nt 3 il'dlt'ck yesterday afternoon with about '20 passengers.   Sho leaves again for up rivor
'   thjs morning.
The grand excusion to Alaska is ex-
1   peeled to leave Viotoria on lhe steamship Dakota to-day. It is oxpected tho
number of oscursiunists will not bo
j   less than 100.
i ( Yesterday the stenmor R. P. Ritliet,
■ -Capt. Jnn. Irving, returned from Yalo
! with a hirt/e number of passenyers and
\ forty Head of fat cattle for Van Vol-
kcuourg & Co. -
1 Thoro is littlo hope of a speedy set:
1 tletnont of tho Poruyiau-OhiH ques;
I linn.   Tho United Status Minister has
; withdrawn from meditation between
. the two Powers.
t •
Tho   Labrador nnd Newfoundland!
I shore fisheries nro a total failure. Nor-
| wegiun fishermen will bo Ciimpelled to
; Import fish this season, the lirst time
'- lor many yean,
Major-General Lnard has detormin-
bd to return to Canada after nll, nnd
will arrive about August Oth or 7th.
He is anxious to get back in time for
the militia camps.
The Canadian Pacific railroad au*
ihorities state that there are .3*10,000
acres of  land  undor cultivation  in
S Manitoba, and that the crops nro in
excellent condition,
Six of tho excursionists going to
( Alaska by the Dakota ciiuio up nn tho
.;' Rithet last-Wednesday and made tho
' round trip to Suspension Bridge. They
i were delighted with the scenery.
Hon. Mr. Trutcli wris taken ill on
\ Monday when starting on a tour abovo
Yale rind  returned to his brother's
where  he  Is staying.   According to
latest accounts he is convalescent.
The steamo'r Otter arrivod nt Victoria from uptheiyonflt lost Tuesday, bringing a considerable quantity of cured
fish. The salmon run at Skeomt river
|b said to be nlmost over. The Skido-
gate Oil Co. have put up a large quantity of oil this senson.
The recent rainy spoil hns had the
-.effect of bringing on the growth of hay
on the lauds that wero Hooded to such
an extent thnt a fair arpp will, iu
many instances, bu secured. Possibly
in this way the rains may compensate
for damage sustained by hay in course
of harvesting. '
A curiosity for botanists has been
discovered in tlio Niagara Elevator,
consisting of a huge mushroom which
had grown thrortgh nine*inches, hi Mid
.Trinidad asphalt flooring, that w\\s'
hard and solid As a rock. Hundreds
have been to tho spot, to boo tho wuii-
6vrfixl freak of nature;
I
Mr. Paul Murray just; out from Ontario, has been appointed nchriol teacher at Maple Ridge.
The Colonist thinks Mi'. Beaven
should immediately resign in view of
the elections having gone bo decidedly
against him. Wo do not see how it is
possible for him to retain his portfolio
and his self-respect.
Our contemporary of tho Colonist h
quite in error in sjattug that Rev. .MV.
Stephen, of Victoria, was tho clergyman who officiated at the marriage of
Miss Irving on Wednesday night It
was ifcev, Mr. Jamieson of this city.
Mr, Dingwall, member - elect for
Comox, distinctly announces himself
an independent—ready to support any
government that liiny Wo.fdVm'ed which
will conduct the affairs of the Province
with vigor and ability—whioh tho present government certainly does not.
Mv. Richard Alexander, for many
years chief clerk, has been appointed
to succeed, tlio late lamented Capt.
Rnymuras manager of the*Basting's
mills. Tho company lmvo been moat
fortunate and judicious in their selection of a manager, and we congratulate
Mr. Alexander upon hia well-dcServed
promotion.
The ReV. Fathe'r Sheppard is daily
making eloquent nnd impassioned.appeals to largo audiences at St. Johns
Church, Yale. He has the refutation
of being by far tlio most eloquent and
impressive prenchor that lias visited
theBo parts, nnd somo who havo gone
scoffing have come away weeping.
At Italian Uar, Fraser river, on the
17th of July, while P. O. Charleboia
and three others wero making a canoe,
a sudden squall blew .down a tree which
fell on Charlebois and caused his death
in less than an hour, The unfortunate
man was a native of Coieau Landing,
Quebec, and aged 44 years.—Colonial.
Fun Aiir.AH.--Tho greal "Wesi-num
circus is coming,   Seo advertisement.
tnE Victokia.— The steamship Victoria will loavo San Francisco far this
port ou the .10,li   hist,, coming via
Portland.
♦	
Fatal Accident.—Lust week one of
tho railway workmen employed at a
windlass near the Big Tunnol, wan
killed, having been struck by the
windlass handle
Mgthomst Cmmcir.—Services tomorrow—New Westluiustor, 11a.m.
and 7 p. in.—Rev. W. J. Dowler;
Langley Prairie, 11 a. ni.; Mild Bay
(Woodward's), 2:80 p. m.; Delta (St.
Stephen's), C p. m.—Rev. E. Robson,
County Court.—Tho Hon. Mr.
.TiiBiico Crease held County Court in
this city oil Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday. There wero really no cases of
public,interest* Tlm rase of Thompson
v. Wilson (of Chilliwhack) occupied
the greater part of two days, and wns
decided in favor of plaintiff.
Smallpox.—On Monday Dr. Hnn-
nington was called to visit.a.sick child
or Mrs, Wade, who keeps a boarding
house on the C. P. R. nt tho Hope
crossing. Tho Doctor pronounced it
to ho a case of smallpox, and tho Government Agent at Yalo promptly
established quarantine.
FunxiTuiu;. — By reference to an
advertisement elsewhere ib will bo seen
that Mr. J. G. Bunto has purchased
the . Cntire furniture 'establishment
which, during the past two years, he
has been carrying on for Mr. Sohl.
Mr. Bunts' has beon connected with
furniture establishments for 18 years,
and bo informs us that the business
under bis management iii this .city hns
moro than doubled pi nee he took it.
Tho public will be glad to know that
it is now entirely il local enterprise,
and it should receive a largely increased patronage.
 *«.	
Stealing: Freight, — For a long
time the mail steamers running bo-
twoen 3an Francisco and Victoria havo
been losing considerable quantities of
freight wliich the owners bad lo make
good to shippers, Lately a detective
lias been employed to work up tho
caso, and hns discovered that the crows
of tlie ships weio the culprits, and a
wholesale system of pillage had beon
carried on. Several of the.pirates lmvo
been arreatod, and more will ho gathered in shortly. It is said the quantity
of freight curried off amounted to as
much as §1,000 on u singlii trip.
PansdNAt..— Rev, Dr. Cochrane, of
Brant ford, Out,, Moderator (if tho
General Assembly of tho Presbyterian
Church in Canada, and Convenor of
the Homo Mission Committee, arrived
ut Victoria last Tuesday. Dr, Cochrane
mny be expected to visit this city
shortly.
Scottish Gathkmno. — Arrangements nro in progress for holding this
annual gathering during the present
month. Without Wolng in a position
to state tbo Lime deflnijely. we think it
will probably take place about the 2'5nl
inst. Ol\o thing is beyond doubt:
Every effort will bo made to render
the occasion enjoyable.
Coukotath 11 ton School, — Tbe
Board of Management hnve just issued
the annual announcement of the Collegiate'arid High School of this city.
As has already been observed; the
leaching staff for (he approaching Session has beon strengthened bv the
addition of Rev. W. J, "Dowler, U. A.,
who lakes modern languages, science
ami literature. The school rejjpons on
the 90th of tins month: Particulars
may bo found by reTorring to an advertisement in this paper.
Personal.—It will bo remembered
that some w^elcs it'go, Mr. P. Bennett,
M. P. P. for Yale, had a severe attack
of congestion of tlie lungs. He had
apparently recovered sufficiently to
conduct his election canvass booh
afterward, and, ns the reader is already
aware, was elected. Ou Monday last
while the ballots woro being counted
at Kamloops M'i*'. Bonnelt liiidAtitnf
coughing, resulting in a severe attack
of hemorrhage, quito a copious discharge of blood from the lungs
taking placo". It is with extreme re-
grot we learn tlmt Mr. Bennett's
condition is considered very precarious.
■»> "—
The Twins.—In our last issuo we
bad occasion to notice the beautiful
harmony nnd bruthorly affection which
existed between Mr, Bolo tho lawyer
aud Mr. Bole the legal reporter for the
Guardian. That is twin number one.
In Wednesday's issue of the Guardian
we had something from twin number
two. The editor nf the Uuavd'tan, over
tho signature "Hookem,'* writes to
the editor nf the Guardian felicitating
him upon his report of the Magistrates
Court! Not only do the twins delight
to honor each other, but the two pair
of twins form a happy family tho serene
contentment of which it would be a
pity to disturb.
 -!*►	
Too Had.—A short timo ago wo
drew ititentiou lo the fact that an
important bridge ou the road between
Granville and North Arm had been
rendered i-iipnssnblo by lire, nnd we
Urged the duly of having the damage
repaired without delay, so that the
interruption to traffic might he as
short as,possible. We regret to learn
that nothing Hits yot been done
towards the attainment of that object,
notwithstanding that most serious
inconvenience and loss are ihcieoy
entailed upon tho largo inierosts at
both ends of tho road. Tho way tho
Govornment is neglecting the interests
of the people is simply oulnigoous!
Council Reports.—Wo are always
glad to publish tojjortfl of tho proceedings of municipal councils, or any
othor items which would bo of public
interest; and wo are very much
obliged to tho municipal clerks who
take the trouble io forward theso reports. It must bo obvious, however,
lhat reports iif municipal . councils
intended for publication should lie
limited to matters of public interest.
It is not necessary, to publish the
entire uiimittis of each meeting. The
date of meeting should be given, the
nnmcsof members present, tho amount
of accounts passed with names of thoso
presenting them, ami a concise summary of the business transacted. It
is quite unnecessary to give the
mi.nos of tho mover and Booondor yf a
nio'fiou, unless the motion is of special
importance. It is not necessary to
publish tho entire pvocedilr'e of passing
a by-law through its various stages,
as has often been done. It is sulticiout
to say. ili.it tho by-law was passed.
Tliese hints may savo municipal clerks
much unnecessary writing, and maj
also savo us tho trouble of Jo-writing
their reports for publlcrfiion, which wu
sumouiiH';. find it necessary to do.
Vancouver Election.
A. telegram received at this office
from Nanaimo gives the following result of votes cast nt tho three polling
places named:
Gordon. Bunster,
105
Nannimo
163
Wellington
-95
Cowichan
17
12
■     ■ 2G5 152
Majority for Gordon—113.
Saanich is yet to bo heard from, but
it cannot alter the result. Gordon is
undoubtedly elected, and it is almost
certain that his majority is a handsome one. It is "victory all along ilie
lino." Vancouver has done herself
honor in electing D, W. Gordon.
The OnOEbusrAH's Gaketts.— Tho
August number of tins interesting
monthly id before us; but it eamb to
haml too late for any lengthened
notico iit thin timo. It contains a
vigorous  article  ou  the subject   of
"Sunday  Trading."     Tho following    .....^ „	
item also nppsitfs in it:—Mr. Horlock judicious advertising, and tho best
(Yale) has received from nn nnoiiy- way to advertise a properly conducted
motis donor the Bum of S1000 to build   nowspapor is to let the people seo it
IIako Piif'stit-.i).—Several wool's ngo
ihu proprietors of this journal began
to issue about 7o e.\tm copies of Iho
Cou'MBi.iN, which were mailed to persons in this district who wero not subscribers. With the'first of this extra
issue a note wits sont stating that the
paper would be forwarded until aftor
the election iu the hope that thoso
who received it might become regular
subscribers. The arrai/gomont was
purely a mattor of .basifiess, and the
result was tho addition of many new
names to our subscription list. We
have very great faith in the virtue of
a   Heading   Ifooni and ColTue Bar at
Yale for thu uso uf the employes
the railroad.
Pbmonal.— Amongst tho goiitlemeti
who went on thu excursion to tho
canons of tho Fraser this week were
Mr. Harry A. Hey wood of Boston, and
Mr. T. J. Parsons, of the linn of
Sah'm tt Paiwns, Oakland, San Francisco. These gentlemen nre of tha
forger excursion party rtbont to loavo
for Alaska on the steamor Dakota, and
Mr. Hoy wood will give an account of
tho trip a's1 special correspondent of
tho S.ui Francisco Call, Both wero
in ocstusios o*er the Frasor river scou-
ory. j
Aid Society1,—Wo have roceivoda
copy of tho 8th annual report of tho
Boys and Girls Aid Society, of San
Francisco. Tho work of this benovo-
lent organization consists chiefly in
rescuing friendless children from suffering ami evil, and placing them in
tho way to obtain honorable employment. ,in connection With tlio'institution thero are reading rooms, library,
and classes for instruction. It h Supported wholly by voluntary contributions, and its object should certainly
commend it to a largo public sympathy.
and rend'it. But the Guardian, who
probably didn't increase liis subscription list during the past month nt nil,
declares that tho issuo of theso extra
papers was a piece of "degrading trickery," nnd proceeds to make one of his
stereotyped, venon/ons attacks upon
tho senior member of this firm. Tlio
editor of thu Guardian is like a mad
dog; nnd if you wish to see him perform any of his tricks you have nothing
to do but pronounce in big presence
the iiuhie' "Kobaon." That will fetch
him evory time.
Surrey Council*
Council met at tho Town Hall on
tho 29th July. Prosont—tho Reeve
and Councillors Brown, Boothroyd and
Stewart.
Tho following accounts woro ordered
to bo pn'd: 'J1. U. Pearson & Co., stationery, $•'£.50; Jnn. Olive, services ns
returning officor, frlO".
On. motion tho salary by-law and tho
road-tax by-law wore carried thrombi
tho various stages and passed. The
by-law for revising the assessment roll
passed iis firat reading.
jt-tr Shipping Roootpts, in triplicate, nt
T. It. IVaraon k Co.'s—Anv;
SuUrlmoiiiiai,
On Wednesday night, at tho residence of the bride's mother in tins
oity, Miss Kellio Irving was married to
Mr. William Sutton Chandler, son of
David Chandler* Esq., a [-Jan Francisco
millionaire. Tho bridesmaid was Miss
Monroe of Victorin, and the groomsman was Mr. By'crs, of the same place.
Tho Exoels|6r, Baud was in attendance
during the evening, playing appropriate airs, and tho bridal party left about
midnight for Yale oh tho splendid
steamer R. P. lliihet, accompanied by
a number of friends liiui tourists from
Portland, San Francisco and else-
whore: On arriving lit Yalta on Thursday the party proceeded up the railway ns far as the suspension bridge on
a train kindly placed at thoir disposal
by tlio contractor, and thus enjoyed a
gliinpso of tlio magnificent scenery of
tho Fraser canons. Returning to this
oity yesterday morning, Capt, Irving
'(brother of tho bride).made arrangements for thb parly to take a run over
to Burrard Inlet, whoro a steamer was
ready for.>i cruise on that beautiful
sheet of water. According to ihe programme they were to loavo here for
Victoria by the Kitllot at an early hour
this morning, after which wo understand tho bride and bridegroom contemplate, travelling abroad, for about
a year. While Now Westminster
grudges tlio loss of tbo fair bride, the
best wishes of tho whole community
for thoir safety and future happiness
wiil accompany her and her chosen Hie
partner.
 , __*■	
The Provincial Penitentiary,
Three (Jpnvlots I'liin an BaqnpjB.
On Saturday tho authorities at the
penitentiary discovered a plot laid by
throe (if tliu convicts to oil'ect an
escape. Ono of the threo got into
trouble with tho guards nnd was put
into irons for insubordination. Finding bis eluiuoos of escnpe gone he intimated that two of his companions
wero nbuutto mako a strike for freedom,
and save their names. On Sunday
these two men were kept in their colls,
and a conversation1 was heard between
them discussing the details of tlieir
plan. Enough was loarned by the
authorities Lo justify an investigation,
nnd on Monday the s'liaphoted men
woro searched. Boi'li of them had
managed to cut their irons through by
menus of an old pocket knife of whieh
they had made a kind of saw. On ono
wns found (ho handle of a zinc bucket
mado iiito tho form of a dagger, with a
handle on one 'end and the other
ground to n vory sharp point. This
was securely fastened in tbo sido of
his shirt. Tho othor hnd a piece of
rock tied up in a handkerchief, with a
stick about a foot long for a handle,
and a loop through which to put his
hand. It had been arranged that tho
three men wero to keep together as
much ns possibles itiicl watch their
chance. When a convenient opportunity offered, tho rillo guards at a sufo
distance, one of the mon was to run ns
if attempting to escape). The guard
whoso business it is to be ninong tho
men and direct thoir labor, carries a
revolver but no rifio. This man would
naturally pursue the escaping convict!
The oilier two convicts,, hjiving thrown
off their irons, were to■rv'n nfter him
with their dagger and slug shot and
fell him to the "round. One of (hum
would then seize his revolver, and the
three desperate men would run tlie
chances of escaping the rillcs of the
other guards. Had tho plot been allowed tb mature, it is dillicnlt to guess
what might havo been tlie result, as
nothing would bo too desperate for
s-uch characters' under such circumstances. Tho Warden inflicted a penalty of (JO lashes on each, but whon
they had received threo dozen they
begged and promised so profusely that
the romniiiing 24 were withhoM. It is
probable lhe Hogging will have an excellent efl'eet not only on thoso desperadoes but on all the other inmates
of the institution.
same terms as thoso on which Cyprus
changed hands.
New York, July 30.—The World's
London cable Bays: "Tho government
of Mr. Gladstone is showing more
firmness thnn was anticipated in any
quarter. It seeire at the present
wri.iug fully determined to prevent
Turkey from obtaining the mastery iu
lSgypt-j wliich tho Sultan would almost
infallibly obtain should his troops once
sot' foot in the Khedive's dominions,
hud I hoar from very good authority
that it will adhere to the conditions
to. which it alone.invites Turkish interference—the maintenance of Tew-
lilc Pasha as Khedive and the suppression bf his rebellious subject, Arab!
Uey. Turkey, like every other power
iu Europe, hns calculated on Mr. Gladstone's weakness and indecision, us
shown iii tho earlier stages of tho
Egyptian difficulty; and nowinEng-.
laud belief is general that (lie Boer
ptory will be repeated. The strength
of tho government, and tlie consequent
vigor of its action ni'q largely duo to
tho null inch in-,' support which it has
received from Birmingham, Manchos-
ier and other groat oonstitueiia-.es
interested iu manufacturing. The
feeling thero is that if tho supply of
Egyptian cotton Should fail us great
losses will Do inflicted on ouo oi' our
most important industries; therefore,
ijaradoxioal ns. it may iit lirst sight
seem, the way, oven in radical con-,
s'tiiiioncies, for nn English protet?torai,e
eft Egypt is hourly becoming stronger.
New Yokk, July 30.— Herald London cable: Tlio,. British government
is informed thiu intrigues are progressing between the Alexandria entourage
of the Khedivo's government nnd the
Sultan, who is using especially Mussulman and religious influence to decide
Arabi to declare that he will submit
unconditionally to the Sultan, and
-will protect, the BUoz onui^l if the British forces nro withdrawn, leaving the
work of pacification for a Turkish contingent, and thereby merely affecting
a'compliance with tho decision of the
conference. This plan is patronized
liy M. DeLosHops also. Tlio deficiency
of provisions and water is urged against
the landing of Turks until after a forward movement of tho British, wliich
will bo proceeded by tho occupation of
Aboukir, Paihiotta ahd Port Said.
Admiral Seymour and General Allison uro equally of opinion that the
position of Arabi is nn easy ono to
turn, but not to attack hi front without heavy losses. . There nre strongest hopes of an understanding between
England ami Franco to oppose nn exclusively Tiitkish intervention if M.
DiFreycinot remain's in ofiiee.
London, July 31.— The 2'i»tcssays.
Wo havp-.amplb reason for believing
iho expedition Iho Porto has now do-
tormined to semi to E-.-ypt; hns no
oilier object than to thwart and oppose
iho efforts England is making to re-
store order Iheiv.
Caution.
We beg to call the attention of the
trade and the public to the well-known
quality and ologaiico of finish of ou.
Gold Cases,,, guaranteed l;y us to he of
cifiit'-en kftrat Gold. U. S. Mint assay,
or of,.fourteen kttTat Gold, as may b
stampoa, :>. i ..'■•■ •'. i our mode of seilin,
tlie eame, cfiin-giu^ only for the Actim
Weight p;f the gold used, aud not for
the base metal comprised in springs, key
pipes, filling of crown", etc.' To illustrate
whicli a tag accompanius each one of our
Gold Cases; wliich plainly indicates hot
only the gross weight of the case, but
also the Net weight of the gold,
In explanation of the abovo w,b desirp
to say that tho old plan of chargiug for
the -re
dU go!
tlie mai
amounl
iltilrwl
, IK
of
II its
ght
lll'U'
f tii.
well
WCI
nml
case, as if It were
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steel actually re-
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Selected Telegrams.
New YoitK, July 18.—The sharp
decline in breiulstull's on tho Produce
Exclmngo yesterday was duo partly
to tho failure of Wheeler & Co.,
Chicago, but principally to the favourable reports of growing crops.
Lordbburci, N. M,, duly 20.—Fifty
to ono hundred White Mountain
Apnchos loft San Carlos roservalion
yesterday and attacked a train on the
llila ftivor, killed tho driver, nud ran
off CO head of stock. A courier hns
been sent from hero to \\varn tho
sottlors at Clifton and York ranches;
slid unless tho courier reaches Clifton
ahead of the Indians the outrages of
lust April.will bo repeated.
latest from Egypt.
Tiit^it'y'H Honesly Suspected.
CoN8TAKTi2fori,E, July iii).—The German representative was instructed yesterday, from Berlin, to rocoinuiond
tho Sultan to issue n prolSramatioti declaring Arabi Pasha a robot, ns do*
innnded by England. Mmikhtivr Pasha
has uiado arrangeiVionts which will unable tho Porto despatch i?O,OO0 men to
Egypt in successive detachments.
Lo.nho.v, July 29.—-A roport was
current in tho House of Commons that
tho Sultan of Turkey had mnde overtures to Great Brltnin looking to the
latter's acquirement of Egypt on the
Notes pout Egypt.
An interesting article appeared in
the Si. 1'etersburg ffoioii oii tlio armies
of England and Egypt; lt proves that
Arabi Pasha could oppose (i0,tXH) men,
including 10;OU() reserves and 30,000
irregular troops; whereas England at
the present moment could hardly bring
20,000 European soldies into action, ns
none could bu taken from Ireland, nud
(loverumeut would probably not run
tho risk of weakening its Mediterranean garrisons. India could only
supply 5,000 good men, as probably no
native troops would be called out. In
conclusion, ihe Golos remarks that
England can only be sure of success if
''ho prepares for a campaign and not
for an expedition.
The Row York Evening Pod says:—
There is not tho smallest reason for
believing thnt Ismail s foreign loans
have had any influence in Increasing
the poosants burdens. Tlie rule of
native Egyptian, as of all Mussulman
liuauco, in very simple; it- is to tako
everything visible the tax-payer has
giifc beyond a bare livelihood. In
Egypt, owing to the genUo, uncom-
plnining character of tho fellah and the
wonderful fertility of tho soil, it hns
long been the custom to apply more
pressure than is usual in Oriental
co'uittries, IJeforo tho establishment
of the European Control not only did
tho amount of the taxes depend largely
on the caprice of the collector, but he
wan flogged to nialio him pay. If there
had beon no foreign debt and ih> European control, ho would have been
taxed and Hogged just ihe same, There
is no bottom to the maw of an Oriental
court. The truth is, tho European
Control greatly improved his condition
by making iho amount of the taxes
certain, by stopping torture in tho ool*
leciiou, reducing the theft and corruption iu tlie financial administration,
and introducing a proper system of accountability.
Tho Egyptian debt is nn uncertain
cptnntity, but most of the holders are
citizens of Franco and Great Britain,
ruder an arrangement made with tho
Khedive iu IS"!', conlrolers general for
Franco nud Groat Britain practically
iook ohavgo of the finances of the
country. The revenue iu 1878 wns
about $12,000,000, leaving n deficit of
some 810,000,000, Th* debt proper is
about S-150,000,000 bearing 7 per cont.,
but tho controllers artanged asohotfto
whereby it became nominally but
about §300,0004000, Added to this was
tho personal debt of the Khedive of
that dnjv, who had a passion for building palaces and harems. This wns some
^■1,000,000, lo secure which the Khedive mnde over his private estates.
Thii floating debt was about $25,00(7,'-
000 in 1878, nnd has probably been increased. Egypt proper hns n population of some live millions and u half.
Seventy per cent, of its foreign trade
is with Great Britain* The Government is paternal, slop-paterim! nt tliat,
and the liitm -who -die opposing it are
probably better off than thoso who live
under its milium influence.
Inr.I &
iW We have just row i vod from England
direct a line line uf Fishing Tackle, comprising a splendid assortment of Flics
made expressly for this country, and to
Which the finest trout will  vise,—T. Iv,
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bears our trade mark on both case and
movement, Oold cases are stamped "A.
\V. Co.*"nml guarantee certificates accompany tfiein. Silver enses are stamped
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sterling silver," and'are iigcompatiied by
guarantee 'Certificates, signed R, E. Itoh-
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is plainly engraved upon all movements,
irrespective of either distinguishing
marks. This caution is rendered necessary by reason of the fact that our cases
are frequently separated from our movements, nod pnt upon worthless move
ments of other makers and vice versa
thus affecting injurious!*? the perform
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by us. it is necessary ""-l-jo, because it.is
so notorious as to be a public scandal
that there is great franl in the metal
quality of both gold nml silver cases ns
now generally Bold. W" have demon-
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IVoni f!,i'i quality they hssiinio to be.
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KITH AND KIM.
(Continued.)
Sir Gabriel was lost in amazement,
Ho could not understand the lad.
Randulf'a face—the pule faco which
ho had brought with him into tho
breakfast-room—never (lushed in tho
least; his eyebrows-niet in a straight
line across his forehead. Ho seemed
to look neither to right nor to left,
but urged his horse relentlessly at
evory chnnco of u leap, big or littlo,
but the uglior and tho bigger tho
better it seemed, till his father,
watching him, began to feel leas
puzzled than indignant. A good day's
run, Sir Gabriel would have 'arguedj
wns a good day's run; but to drivo
your horso wilfully nud wantonly at
fences which might have been piled by
Satan himself, and at grips constructed
apparently on the most hideous of nmn-
and-horse-trap principles, wont against
all the baronet's traditions! for all his
lifo ho had-been very "merciful to his
benst," holding his horso -in almost as
much respect nr, himself. He had always croditod Randulf with the1 same
feelings, trnct his conduct this day was
bewildering, to say tho least of it,
As Sir Gabriel und Miss Bird happened to be running almost neck nnd
neck through a sloping field—tho chase
nearly at an end, tho fox in full view
at last, with tho nouufls in mad eagerness at his heels—suddenly a horseman flow past thom, making straight
for a most hideous-looking bit of fence,
on the other side of which wns the bed
'of a beck, full of loose stones, and in
which tho water in this wintry season
-vushod along both broad nnd deep,
All day long a fooling of uneasiness
hnd possessed Sir Gabriel; this put the
climax to it. Forgetting tho glorious
finish, now so near, ho pulled his horso
up short, crying:
"Good God! Is be mad ?"
Miss Bird also wondered if bo were
mad, but put her own horso, without
stopping, at a more reasonable-looking
gap, considerably to the loft side of
the fence Randulf wns taking.
Two seconds of horrible suspense,
and—yes, his horse landed lightly and
safely at the other side. Sir Gnbrial
wiped tho sweat from his brow, and
caring nothing for tho "finish" or anything else, rode limply on to whore,
not Randulf, but another, was presenting tho brush to tho amiable Miss
Bird.
"What tho devil do you moan, sir.
by riding at a fenco liko that, and
frightening mo out of my senses?"
growled Sir Gabriel at his son's olbow.
Tho latter looked round, with thesame
white, pallid face, and far off oyes,
which tho father hnd already noticed,
and which had filled him with vague
and nameless alarm. Randulf passed
his hand across his eyes and said:
"What did you say?''
"What nils yon, lad? What is the
matter with you ?" asked poor Sir
Gabriel, his brown chock turning ashy
.pale, and a feeling of sickly dread
creeping over his heart.
"What ails met Oh, nothing that I
know of," replied Randulf, with blank
indifference, and then suddenly heaving such a sigh as conies only from tho
depths of a sick heart.
The laughter, the jesting, and joyous bustle of tho finish were sounding
all round them. No 'one took much
notice of tho two figures apart, apparently earnestly conversing. Neither
Sir Gabriel nor Randulf was given tb
displaying his feelings openly in public, but Randulf knew, as well as if
some one were constantly shouting it
aloud from tho house-tops, that his
father worshiped him—thnt lie was the
light of his oyes and the joy of his lifo,
and that to give him any real joy ho
would have sacrificed most things dear
to him, And Sir Gabriel knew that
his worship wns not wasted upon any
idol of clay or wood—that ifc fell gratefully into a heart which could appreciate and understand Ifc. During the
last month it had occasionally crossed
his mind thnt Randulf was a little absent—somewhat moro listless and in-
different than usual; but iho baronet
bad hiniRelf beon unusually busied
with miigosterial and other concerns,
and had scarcely had time to remark
the subtle change Of ono thing he
was now certain, thnt Randulf, ns he
saw him now, wns a changed man from
what ho had been foilr-nnd-twenty
hours ago. Tho poor old man felt
hopelessly distressed. Ho know not
how to forco tho truth from a man who
looked nt him and said nothing ailed
him, when it was patent to tho meanest comprehension that, on the contrary, something very serious ailed
him. He sat on his horse, looking
wistfully into Randulf's face. Tho
groups were dispersing. The young
man, at last looking up, seemed to
read what wns passing iu his father's
mind, and snid:
"I havo something to say to you.
Could wo manage to ride homo alone 'I
How will Miss Bird do ?"
Sir Gabriel's faco brightened quickly. If Randulf had "somothiug to
say" to him, no doubt that communication would quickly put to rights all
thoso shadowy disquietudes which
troubled him.
"I'll arrange for Miss Bird to be
escorted," he snid; nnd, turning round,
ho requested the man who had already
presented her with tho brush to seo
her safely to Danesdalo Castle, as a
matter of business obliged him und
Randulf to ride homo by Soar Foot
Tho youth yielded a joyful assent, and
went off rejoicing in charge of his
"fair." Sir Gabriel and Rniidiilf, with
a gonernl "Good-aftoriioon" to tho rest
nf the party, turned their horses' heads
in a southerly direction. Scar Foot
was a littlo distance away, furthor
south, and thon thero wero ten miles
to ride to Danesdalo Castlo,
They soon found themselves in a
doup lane, beneath the gray and clouded afternoon sky nf New Year's Day.
Behind them, Addlcbrough renrcd bin
bleak, blunt summit, and thu other
fells around looked sullen undor the
sullen sky. !Tt was Randulf who had
proposed the ride, but still ho did not
speak, till Sir Gabriel asked,'in a voice
vrhich he strove to mako indifferent:
"What did you mako of the danco
last night, Randulf 1 Philippa informed mo before sho went to bod thnt it
had been a success."
"A success, wns it?" said Randulf
indifferently.   "I'm glad to hear it,
I'm  sure.    I  don't  know  anything
about ifc."
"What do you thhik of Aglionby's
intended ?" pursued Sir Gabriel.
"Miss Vane? Pooh! Sho may bo his
intended; it will never go any further."
"1 should hope not, I'm sure. What
a mistake for a man of that calibre to
make! It shows what soft spots there
*t.vo in tho strongest heads,"
Silence again for a short time, until
Sir Gabriel, resolutely plunging into a
serious topic, snid:
"Well, surely thero wero lots of nice
girls there. Did none of them strike
your fancy ?"
"Surely I've seen most of them be-
,fore."
"Well, I'll tell you which feirl I liko
the best of tho lot, I wish you could
seo hor in tlie light I should like, Randulf."
"And which was she ?" asked Randulf, with a sudden appearance of animation and eagerness.
"Evolyn Bird."
"Oh!" There was profound indifference in Raudulf's tone. Sir Gabriel
went on steadily:
"It is timo, without any jesting,
that you began to think about marrying. I've thought about it often lately.
Au only son is' iu a different position
from "
Randulf looked drearily around him.
They were passing tho back of Scar
Foot just now, and the profoundest
silenco seemed to reign thoro. Slowly
their horses mounted the slope of the
road which was for Randulf, and for
ono or two others, haunted with tho
memories that do not die. The lake
lay below them, looking dull and dismal—tho ice with which it had been
covered turning rapidly to slush in the
thaw-wind—its wall of naked fells unentered by even a ray of sunshine.
Randulf remembered certain other
rides he hnd taken along this road,
and walka too which he had had there.
He glanced toward his father, and in
that kindly face ho read trouble and
perturbation; ho knew that that bravo
old head was tilled with plans for his
happiness, his welfare—with schemes
for securing gladness to him long after
thoso white hairs should be laid low.
Yet it wns long before he could summon up words in which to answer his
father's lust remark. At lust he said;
"I know what you moan, sir; I wish
I could gratify you, but you must not
expect me to marry yet."
Deep disappointment fell like n cloud
over .Sir Gabriel's face, ns ho said:
"Boy, boy! was that what you
brought me out here to tell mo V
"Partly; not ultogether. lt wns be-'
cause I wanted to be alono with you,
and mako a clean breast of it."
Ho paused. "A clean breast of it!"
Vague visions of dread floated through
Sir Gabriel's mind—dreams of foreign
adventuresses who entrapped innocent
youth into marriages wliich woro a
curso and a clog to them all their days.
Was his boy, of whom he was so
proud, going to unfold some such history to him now? Raudulf's next words
somewhat relieved hiin:
"I know you wish me to marry, and
I know tho sort of a girl you would
liko mo to marry, but surely you would
not havo domed mo some tether—
somo freo choice of my own V
"Bless tho lad I Of courso not.
Every Englishman chooses his own
wife, and with tho example before me
of  old John, nnd tho results of his
severity ■
"Just so," said Randulf, with rather
a wan smile. "I've had something on
my mind for a good while now. I
wanted to marry ion. My unly doubt
was what you would say to the girl I
wanted to have, and I had fully meant
to talk it all over with you, nnd tell
you all about it, beforo I did anything." Randulf raised his eyes full
on his father's anxious face. "I wanted to marry Dolphine Conisbrough.'1
"Good Lord!" broke involuntarily
from Sir Gabriel.
• "You don't know hor much, I think.
I was not going to do anything rashly.
For though I love her—better than my
lifo—I know that whoever I married,
you must have a great deal to say iu
the matter—as it is right you should.
I intended to get you to seo hor, to
learn to know her a little hotter, be
fore you said anything one way or another. You would havo consented to
my wish—most certainly you would
havo consented. I heard what you
said about her last night, to her sister
—about some men's bunds being turned by her beauty. Ah, it's not only
her beauty—it is everything. But if
it wero only that, you cannot deny
that she surpassed all the women
there, iu looks I"
He turned to his father with a sort
of challenge in his voice and eyes.
"Well, who wants to deny it? snid
Sir Gabriel. "I own I was enchanted
with her, and, a3 you say, not only
with her beauty. But you must remember, my boy,  that' you have to
think not only "
"I know, I know," snid Randulf,
with a little laugh, not of tho gayest
description. "I had to think that if
sho had beon ono of this abominable
ihl Aglionby's heiresses it would havo
been the most suitablu thing in the
world. But sho just missed it—and of
courso a miss is as good as a mile. Sho
was not bo worthy of a wealthy young
Admirable Orichton like mo, in hor
poverty, as sho might have beon with
tho money nud the acres. Bah!" Ho
set his tenth, choking back a kind of
sob of indignant passion at tho picture
his.own fancy had conjured tip, so that
Sir Gabriel became vory grave, realizing that it was more than a more flirtation or a passing fancy. "I tell you
she would have honored any man by
becoming his wife. But thatVnot to
the point. I have duties toward you
—toward tho best father a fellow over
had--and I know it, nnd wns resolved
to have it out with you."
"And supposo I had refused ?"
"But you would have seen hor nd 1
wished ?"
"Naturally. But I might still have
refused finally. What did you propose
to do iu thnt caso ?"
"I wish you wouldn't ask mo, I
didn't prapMt to do anything—only I
folt thnt if she would b'n my wife, my
wife sho should bo, against all tho
world."
(Tn im Oontlnnait.)
C.   G-
New Stock I
CEO. TURNER,
LAND     SURVEYOR-
McCoU'a Store, Holbrook's -Stone
Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C.
J. A. R.
General Domniission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
lll.un ViTliint.—Genuine Kngllali—for
droning wheat to provonf tlio uiiint.
Scnci to LiMii.BV ft Co., Victoria, Aleo,
for aalo—coluln-atoil Condition Powdora
mid Drifflold's liliiuk (Jila. ISoth tlirao
olioulil bo in every utable. uili'JD
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
Tn colors & white.
QUILTS and Counterpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and Hessians Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies' Furs in
Muds, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or otherwise. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
In Ladies' blaok,
dark & light shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, lined and
unlincd.
K-VBZt-arcnaxiira-
Iit (ii'iillfmcii-H  Kurnlshliis (foods,
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE BEST.
In Groceries and Provisions
Everything the best
thatcanbehnd.nnd
at the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.
MORAL—If you want a (lootl nrtlelc,
go to. CO. MAJOR'S: if yon want things
elicnpv but " enltllH," why, go elsewhere-
I'l'KM—Whnt cverydoily snya niliBt lie
trite ; and if trtio, then the haiideomeat
dianlny of Valuable (Mods, Silver anil
rial*', iB undoubtedly to im found at
0. G. MAJOR'S,
OOLTTMEIA   BTrumirr,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(NKAR  1)1111.1. SHED).
RE8IDEN0E—MERIVALE STREET.
GORDON E, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
A. T. D. MacELfflEN,
BARRISTER - AT - LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &0„
HAS RESUMED .PRACTICE IN ALL
THIS COURTS.
OFFHJK— Columbia street, Opposite Hy
aek Hall, New Westiniustcr, 11. C.
JAMES   M0B1ISQH,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND-—
AUOTIONEEB,!
COLUMBIA   ST FtEST,
(Oi>i>. Colonial ll'icl)
NEW   tt.fi'ST MINSTER
.tar Several good Fauna for Sale mul to
Lcnsc, iiolO
™Ir,b1toMco
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STBEET, ■ YIOTOMA.
-eV-QBOTTS   3TOK
North British nnd Merciihtflo
Insurance Oo. Tor Nulitlaml,
H.C.'BEETON&CO.,
11(1 Finslniry Cireus,
London, K. C.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCER,
House, Land, Court and
CENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR ot RENT and DEBTS,
AkoiiI for UieTIIAVEllillllS' "\SIK-
ANl'K CO., or Hartford, Conn.
New We.tltlnstei-, II. C.
Even Mini to his Own Business
*£**&. -      .IP -t^J jEj J—J JZu ->
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(01*1*. OOUIM.U HUTKIii,
NEW  WESTMINSTER)  B. C.
Physicians' Prescriptions nnd Family llccliics a Specialty.
N. 11. —Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty years' oxnbtienco,    tnt'2.1
WOODS
 [TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
IIKNTS,  IIKIITS, AC, COuliKCTKI),
Loons NogoMnteil, and u General
Agency Bhsiiioss transacted!
aoknts von Tin:
Phciilx Fire Insurance Company of
Brooklyn, ami tbo
Kqnllahle life Assurance  Society
of tlie United Stales.
(iiininii  HTKKr.'r,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   11. C.
P, 0. Box 10.
New Books!
" TITANTTORA ANP THK GREAT
1V1 North-Wcst," "I-ivus *rf tho
Wives of Presidents of U.S.," "Life of
Hon. Ceo. Itrown," "Illustrated Stock
■ Doctor unil Live Stock Encyolbpodla,"
"HiHtoj-y of tho fm" "The Royal Path
of Life, Family Hibles ntrrt a mmtlier of
other first-ehiHH Dunks, TllOflfl Hooka are
soltl hy ftguutfl only, anil by ndihwnnd
tlio unaomgnud pne,os may he obtained
mul Hooks mny liu received nt publishers'
price**. Parties up-country will he waited upon at onuu. NowspnpotB or Miigii-
ziuea fuuiialictl at same nit cm. -
H. W.  HUdHKS,
Gen. News Agent,
jytHMm Now West., U. (3.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
"—TMPb!lTI5R8ANI> De'AI.ERS IN—
Books & Stationery,
MSGi ftWum,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
South Side of Columbia St.,
New   Westminster,  B. C.
The largest ami best-selected atock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the "Mainland of "British Columbia,
comprising History, Poetry, Biography,
Scicm-e, Fiction, nml General Literature.
A full stock of the Seaside Library just
received, including tho latest numbers.
School Books.
All tho authorized books for Public and
High Schools. Also, School "Requisites
in great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, etc.
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from tho manufacturers', embracing all
sizes, shapes and qualities.
SUBSCRIBE
FOR THK IlrHlsll Colffltlhlall, the
Newspaper on the Mainland of British Columbia.   (July $3 a year.-
Paper & Envelopes.
This department ia very complete, and
as the gooda have been purchased from
the iiKinHl.tcturors, or. the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
thoso of any othor establishment iu the
Province. Foolscap Papers, Letter Papers, Koto Papers, Bill Hvads, Statements,
Memoraiidum,-.Tisijuo, Blotting, Wrapping, and other Papers. Some beautiful
designs in Fancy "Note Papers from London and Paris, An immense stock of Envelopes of all -styles, colors and prices,
Fancy Goods.
A very large variety of Fancy Goods always on hand, to Wliich additions are being constantly mnde.
Miscellaneous.
A very large nnd complete stuck of miscellaneous articles such as are usually
found in a stntioner-y establishment.
S|K-einuli*H, K j*f-(;l«HM*H|
Plnylng Oardi, Visiting CrimI**,
IltiMtucMH Cnrtlrt, Curd lioiud,
Cnril CiiMi'M,   Vnn'cn, Games,
111 kit of till ktu.lt-..
Iiifcx.-iii-lH- plain nml fniivy,
Photo. Allium*, Pictured,
Antojimpli  Albums)  Toys,
Sernp Ranks, Pun-CH,
Writing Desks, «nli! Pen**,
iuii-id-N' Wi.i-k Haskell,
Gbntlcnieu't*. I)i-<'**k*u^ <'..*.-■*,,
vjiiims. Velvet Frames, &<-., &.»■•
mt    SCHEDULE
—OF—
lL7ITA.C^r*E®
—FOR—
WHITE   LABOR
—ON   TIIK—
Canadian Pacific Eailway
—IN—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Pianos & Organs.
Having made uniisuallv favorable arrangements with some of the leading Piano
makers in Boston, New York, Balti
mdrb, rtnd elsewhere, wo arc able to oiler a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at little more than has heretofore been
naked font vev'y inferior instrument. We
have the exclusive (ig*5hcy iu this Province
for itho fine Pianos manufactured by Henry I-1. .Miller, of Boston. A number of
these Pianos, Imported by us, arc now in
this city, and thoy aro undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRCE
over brought into this country. Wc lire
also ngt-ntE for, the Kmibe I'innoa, the
Stoinway, the Weber* the Decker, mid
others, any one of winch wo can supply on
the most favorable terms. Wc are agents
in thisproviuee fur the Dominion Or&llll
Po's, Orgnns (of Bowmnnvlllo, Ont.), ami
W. Boll■& Co*a. Organs (of Guolph,
Out.), anil the leading American Organs,
Persons Intending to Purchase
a Pinno or Organ of any kind, C'anndinn,
.American ur Kuropcan, will iind it to their
advantage to communicate with us.
Sheet Music.
The largest nssortmenfc of Vocal nnd In-
ntrumuutid Music to be found anywhere
on tho Mainland. Solos, duets, trios,
ipiartettes, ehoruses, both secular nnd
sacred. A fine collection of the very best
Piano Solos, carefully selected by some of
the hest pianists in the east. Sheet music
sold at New York prices.
Music  Books,
Always otf hand, a good assortment of
Instruction Books for I'iano, Organ, Violin, etc. The new and enlarged edition
of Kiehardsou's Phin?> Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music books,
both vocal nml instrumental. Music uot
in stock will be urdercd promptly.
Insurance.
Wo aro agents for the NoitTir BflrrisM
and Mkih'.wtii.i-. FttlB t&SOIlANOE Co.;
Capital, gl()t0(H),000 ;   tosses paid, *f!2.i,-
000,000.     Also, tlio CoNt'KllKHATlON LlW5
AflflOoiATioN, offering thu lowest rates on
the bent Beumity of any company doing
business in Canada.
T.E. PEARSON & CO.,
Ootumtllntt, (botWdon 0. (1, ^njor'n iiml JmnAg
Ciiiiiiiiigliiuii'H),
New Westminster, B, 0,
OVeiwort,........ .$125 00 por month.
Rook Foremen... .$3 00 to $4 00 1? day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to '3 00    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 *'
Bridge Carpenters,
]st class. 2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
jJudcliiss  2 00 ("
i/faaom 2 50 "to 3 50    ''
Blacksmiths,    1st..
class  3 00 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  2 50 "
Blacksmith Help- .
era  1 50 to 2 00     "
Drillers    1 75 to 2 00     "
Laborers   1 50 to 1 75     "
Hewers, lat class   3 50 "
Choppers, Istclnss 2 50 "
Scorers, 1st class    2 50 HuH
All outside Inbor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Bonrd nnd Lodging.
Boarding  Houses*, will  be convenient
along the Line.   Board—.$4 per week.
It will not bo compulsory for Employees to board iu the Company's Houses,
Wages will bo paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A.   OSDERB0NK,
Geseiiai. Manager.
Office of the Contractors,
Canadian' Pacific Kau.wav,
Yale, March I, 18SI.
THE
SAN FRANCISCO BULLETIN
—THE-—
Leading Evening Newspaper
West of Rocky Mouritaiiis.
JTISTHERECOGtyi/.ED AOT1IO-
rlly In l..iiiiiiion-1-tl mill  Flinnichil Clirh-a,
mul Ihu boat r.miily Juuriml oii tin- I'lii-ilit- eoiisl.
Sorvml liy onrrlcrn in Sim Fi-niielm-n
nnd tlio towns nf tin ifttuilor ut :i-"n-. \wr wt-nk
liy until, |n»ii.i;.;i* -.mill ,$I*i \wv yenr.
THE WEEEXt BULLETIN
IS a miHi.tm.tli tw*>lv*'-im({u jmirmil, und in pro-
[jortioii lo its ttllto tlio cl'-jujiGat pn'mi'lii till/con it try
SUBSCttlPTIOlf RATES.
Tlm Wee My nml tlm Friday hnltetlii,
foiii-lin*; tiijsmlicr tlm must wnmli-to Suuil-
Wetkly imldishwl on llm I'milln I'iium, will
liom'iil tonny ilUIi-pkh, poalngb 'mid, an tliu ful-
IuwIiib tonus i
Wci-lElr nnd Friday Iliillcttn.
Ono Yonr $3 00
Six MulllllH i    1 00
Weekly Itiilletln Alone,
Ono Ytuir, S3 fiO
Six Urn-till   1-.5
Ilemittancw liy Una, l'ostofflco unlet*, Wul.t*,
I'lirjiiiiV (Vh Ks-hhm, nnd ll-'--ltiti>ml U-llui', ut
nut- iisK.
FUBE SKEW WSTIMm'TIOX.
Kuril niilw.n-ll.tjr will lie nrivn-nlod wliti m-vm-nl
viirintli'*- nf Hnra iiml  V.ilin.li.i* T.IKH,  VEtlU.
TAIIU.inid I'l.mVKIi SKIlllH,  n-n.it iiivulm-lii
lliu -uii cHjit'on [irlco of tlm |i.i|n-r,
cS"-»mi ror Sitniiilo Cony, givinjf full pnrtlciilan.
Alldl'UHK,
B.F. BULLETIN COMPANY,
8AN KKAKCISUO.
Culltnniii..
OREGON PRINCE
WILL STAND FOU SERVICE
during thu Benson of 188*2, on
tho Farm of tlio unilcrsiuncil, Chilli-
wliauk, nnrf at Lnfiglcy, l^iaW's Landing, anil Maple Ridge
OitHQON I'niKOK waa foaled in Oregon;
will be II yearn old iu May; ia a danpled
gmy; flt-mdH 17i? hntidt* high; woiglis 1""."»
lbs. nt picacnt, will weigh about 1880 lbs.
(luring season; fo very gentle, vory fast
walker, good trotter, and a powerful
librae in harness. Ho was sired by W.
Mycr'ti imported Perchimm — "Aviate
Prince." OREGON I'uinuk won second
prize at the Victoria Agricultural Fair
lust November, aud is thu largest horsi*
on the mainland of British Coltimlnu,
TKUMS—?10, 315, mul §20. Parties
from a distance sending mares will bo
entitled to free piuiturage for one mouth.
R. STKVI5NHON,
juyl4ta    , Chilliwhack,
NOTICE OF
WILLIAM McCOLL
BEGS .TO INTOKM HIS NUMEROUS patrons that lie has removed
his Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building   \
(NEST i'o'"'J?HEBANK),
Wliero will bo found, ns usual, a complete assortment of
GROCERIES,
PROVISION'S,
And a line line df
Dry Goods, dents' Furnishing
Goods, &i\> &cu
Which will,bo nold.at the LOWEst
POSSIBLE PRICES for Cash.
Ho thanks bis friends /^r,tlieir pnrft
liberal plitro'nago and hopes for a continuance of ttio samo, mhl
Till! GREAT
HEIIEDY
Isnnerer-ffliltnii
Cure for Nerr-
ousDcbility, Exhausted Vitality
of n ny li I n if.
Weakness, Par-
nlysis, and   nil
lhe terrible el!-
fects of youthful
__I^^_I^^__.   folliou, aiid es-
cessps In malnrer yonrs,
DU. MINTIK will ,acre> "to   forfeft
Fivo llandred llollurs for a ense of
this kind Ihe Vital Ki'SlOPfltlvO {tibder
his Bpeclal ndvlep nnd treatment) will ri'pl
eiire. or for iinythirg impure oritijiiriotni
found in it. DK. MIST IE 'reals all DU**
enses suceessfuily without mercury,
ConsAHittlon free.   Thorouph pjiamf-
niitimi nnd n'flvicp, S.VO0. Pi ice of VJtftl
Restorative, i$3*00,'a hottlp, or four
timtM ilie qiiuniity. SlO-00; sent Ip, any
address upon receip'tof priue, orU O. D,,
seetire from obsrrvntion, nnd in privnte
mime if desired, by A. E. MINTIE,
M. Di , ,
Those who ennnot visit DR, MINTIK
in San Fimivifco shntibl send a full nnd
minute sttUemehl ol their troubles with
$2r>-00, nnd in return n full eonrskM
Medicine will be farwtirdcd, seeilrply
pnekcti, so ns not to excite curiosity.
All orders lor medicine 0, O. D, must
lie accomplinled with Si.00 (ns a.ptinr-
antui! of good fa!th), which will be deducted when the package is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE PRRE.-Serit .oh
appllcmion by letter stating symptoms,
sex nnd nge. Commnliications strietly
conndptitinl. jny3l-ly
II Kearney Street, Hun lY'iui-Ism, Cut'.
NOTIOB.
NOTICI'I IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, two months nfter date, I, the
uiulorsigned, intend to apply to the Cliief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchflGO 100 or more ucrcs
of Crown Innd, uituated on Nninoo Harbor, I'itz-JJugh Sound, B. C. Commencing at post near the shore, marlied Ai
thonco Northerly, along the' sboro, and
including two small islands, 50 chains, to
post B| tbonec- Easterly, 40 chains, to
post C; thonco Southerly, fiO chains, to
post D; thence Westerly, 40 chains, t*o>
point of conmioiicoment.
No minerals aro known to exist ou thia
laud.
, JOHN CLAYTON.,
Victoria, B.C., loth May, 18132.   jyl-2m
I SPINNEY & CO/S
DISPENSARF«
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET;
SAN FR.ANCISC0, CAL.
elf., spisxkv, ,voilKiiQiVnt'*tnil3&n-
■rci-of llioMimlrijiil, t"0. K.) Moilka! IiiMU
tut,., ink) Into l'i-(>|ii'ii*tot-ol llu- SPlXXKYVIUiK
INPtUMAHV, woillil lliont i-i'n|ircirully hiroriii
hli |intli>iitH ami tin* nmirti>il|*i*m".nlly, tlmt lio
Mill coiithliiri to tniit cliriiiiiuiitiil ii-jrvuu** dU>
t*iit*(*ii with iiiiininillt-li'il sticcesfl,
■CADIEfi  AND  GUNTtBMBN.
ItofflimitioVtltnl liliwrnitinatloB la the thief of
tinio »ii
COMB AND BE HEALBD.
!t niiiltrr.^ mil ulitit ymir li-niilili'smiiy lie, coins
nnd lei IKi* l)(ictor uxiuniiiP, vimrcnun. It wilt
COUt V''.' ...'*).lle-j** fill- tMllHUltlitilHl, no-iluiimi full
nml Mtlsl'y j-itiii-iiitvi-n wlmtlii-i- Mm Iliwlut iimlnr-
Btamlfl yoHrc'Uio, If In* ™» chi-p you In* will Ml
.v.iit ait Ir nut, liu will toll >"<m tlmt, for Im will
nut iihilbrlnlaj it »ub iiiiIi->-n in- in confident ■>"' cr-
li-i-liiiKii cure.
I'lii-ticH nt u iHr-tuiini tvlnli||i{t,tmtlmuiit, liy
paMIng J'i'i ntid » iiilimtr dcmriilioti nf tlirir
tlOlllilon will r,'i-..ivii in return u full cdiirnu nf
Iniiitini'iit -.i-nnvlv imckwl no l,.', not to I'xeUo cu-
Htwlly.
IU1. SPIN.Wwtll cniirnnteo tn lerffit Five
Mnii.lrr'il Ofilliu-i lor nrttry imbp nf iniykllHl W
vlinrnotor wliloli I"* hndurlnttesnml fiiln tocttrc
I1. S.—I-'ot- diwiiHcs of uliort mn mil n >,', n full
cmir-'p of tiii-tliViiH**, minii-iciit for nciirn, witli
ult InnttitcMnns, will Iru uVtit tu nny tiddti'iui on
receipt of $lu.
Oiill ot-Aildr-wtj
Pr. SP1TCNEY & flO.-
0 *2S-ly     No. It Koiirnoy-itt.)8nn Kiwnelw:o,Cnl)
r
iivxkoss:
To DlHBASKS, COMI'LAIHTS Hnd AcaDtHTt
whicli H.wivaru's Yet.i.ow Oil. U ciiatan-
teed to cute or relievo either in Mam cat
Bkast,
TMEH INTEEKALIY FOB
CROUP, I COUGHS,
CRAMPS, SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, Ac
APPLIED EXTEMMLir FU
RHEUMATISM,
CUII.111.A1XS,
HWEl.LIXGS,
GALLS,
LAMEXESS,
COXTRACIIOXSl
LUMBAGO,
DEAFXESS,
SPRA1XS,
XEURALG1A,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
PAIXLNBACK,
F.UNInSIDE,*,
Every bottle, fritnr.inteed to give MtUtaO-
tion or money refiinilcd.
DIKEOTIONGWITH EACH SDTTU. MtllaSa
B.MlljBuas & 00., Proprietors
TORONl'O, <5»T.
NOTICE.
N0110J3 IS 1U5RKBY GIVEN
that, two months n'lLer data, I, the1
umloi'signcil, iuteiul to apply to tho
Chief Commit-sioner uf Lauds uud Works
for rjorntimuon to purcluwu 100 or more
ndras of Crown land, situated on Kooye
Harbor, Fitz-Hugh Sound, li. C. Conij
ineiiciug at post near the shore, marked
A; thence Northerly, 60 chains, to post
II; thence Enatorly, 40 chains, to post
C; thence Southerly, 60 chains, to post
Oj thence Westerly, 40 chains along thfl
shore, to point of cominenooment.
No minerals are known to oxist on this
laud.
JOHN CLAYTON,
Viotoria, B. C, I6tb May, 1882.   jyl -2m

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