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Array — •rummuj.-wuseti"
TNE BRITISH CKIMBIAN
—IS  PUULI.USD—
- Every Wednesday A Saturday,
6. Roaajwf; ■#. co.
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raim mi taiii™ Mammon thiomht.-i.
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iMwthorlHd to receive
wtn>re -\ttwti-\ft ewireiU in
mt iriM dfalttmbimt,
w«4Mlir Ibriin. Oct. tt. ism.
torrent Events and Opinions.
The Canadians intend to put on a
line of Bteao)Hlii]i8 between British
Ool um liin and China and lmvo
atrong bo|«ti of drawing trade away
from California. It is alao thought
that the CMnrfiaW route wMl fat used
by British'merchants trailing with
the Orient as it.will have an advantage ovor the Suez Canal route hy at
least twelve days and will be three
or four hundred miles shorter than
that via Smi Francisco. — Chicago
Tnbitye. L ,%       .
A Chicago-|m|ter thinks thut the
establishment uf aline of steamers
between Fort Moody und Yokohama
and Hong Kong iu connection with.
the C, F. E. would he of Impeviai
importance in solving political problems und simplifying the udoiiuia-
tration of Foreigu Affairs. One
medium says that Sir John will be
employed by tho Syndicate to press
that view on tlie attention of the
Imperial Government in order that
they may bu induced to subsidize
the line und tuko an interest in the
road. England is not afraid of he
ing excluded from tho Suez ('anal.
But we ure most interested just now
in enquiring whether Sir John will
pledge Canada to subsidize this line
of steumera ulso.—Toronto Globe.
' c8uU or %n fleitt.
VOLUME 26
w
m
NEW  WESTMINSTER, a C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1884.
NUMBER 34
For diplomatic guile, Gladstone
has no peer in Europe. Ho went
.into Egypt tb remain only a few
imonths at most but has not yet left.
Oenerul Gordon wus sent to Khartoum so that he might relieve tho
garrison thore and evacuate tho
country, but he has not yet done so.
A British army is about entering
the Soud in to nssist him in carrying
out tlio. policy General Gordon und
the government ugmal upon when
ho went to Khartoum. The grout
powers became troublesome, and Mr.
Gladstone culled thom together for
consultation and advice as to the
details of his schemes for the better
government of Egypt. Ttie powers
could not agree and Mr. Gladstone
was so sorry. The conference separated without arriving at any conclusion. England is isolated next
by her critics. Yes ! she is isolated !
which means free to do pretty much
as she wills, The opposition may
expostulate and winco us much hs it
pleases, hot thu truth ts that Gladstone's policy has kept England's
hands free from any entangling alliances. Tl^e threat of the great powers to the Khedive of Egypt cannot
result in replacing the deposed Khedive as the correspondents intimate,
but it mny in leaving Egypt without
a Khedive, which means that a British viceroy mny fill the gap in "the
interest of order." — Ottawa Free
Press. *
If ever there was a time in tho
course of tho evolution of vital
Christianity, pure morality, and progressive, permanent civilization,
when what is known as "the temper-
onco cause" felt called upon iu any
way to hang its head or apologize
for its existence, that time has now
gone past. And we think forever.
'Thoro is every reason for believing,
-and evory cause for thankfulness in
itbo fact, thnt tho days of its huuiili
utioii aro ended, and thut the days
of its exaltation, if uot yot fully arrived, are nevertheless close at hand.
The littlo ouo has become a thou*
8IU1J. mid from the small one has
sprung a' "gl('rtt nation" which is
constantly reiving accessions of
greatness and si.^ngth. This "tern-
porance movement"' «•«? uu flBoffeii
at, and, so it is ovon .vet, by those
who have no sympathy mth »»■■ no
wish to do justice to its origin and
objects. It may bo despised, and so
it ib, by those in whom custom and
prejudice tako the placo of un informing intelligence und courageous
freedom of thought. It mny he
hated, and so it is, by tliose whose
business interests ure imperilled, or
who fear that their appetites may
Buffer want. It may he uny or all
of these, bnt there is ono thing it
cannot any longer be, and that is—
contemptuously ignored. By friend
and foo it must bo recognized ns one
of the greatest nud most vital of
the mot»I and spiritual activities of
the present day. It is sometimes
asserted that this movement ia not
likely to lust, that it has little or no
sustaining power, that its past triumphs are no earnest of future successes, that it ih of tho nature of n
spasmodic enthusiusm, whoso curn-
estness must he comparatively shortlived, and that its future movement
Is mom likely to he backward than
forward. Such assertions, oven in
so far as they may be allowed to
pass tn the shape of argument, are
not worth much, for tbey show a
complete failure to comprehend the
causes which lie at tht bottom of
this temperance movement in Britain, in Canada, and the United
States. These causes may be classified as threefold. In the first place
tbe temperance instruct^ given to
the youth in faith und patience by
the early pioneers of the. movement
has in large measure.token root,
sprung up and brought'-forth fruit
in the shape of earnest 'effort nnd
effective votes. The leaven cast in
has as yet but little [more than begun to operate, And who shall suy
what the results mny lie-before that
Divine chemical action Which has to
do with ideas in the idt~jl and emotions in the heart of jjoAn shall have
finished Its workings 1: Then, secondly, there is the scientific aid
which has come to the temperance
cause from various quarters. But
most important of all, us accounting
for the forward movement of this
cause, and constituting the best
pledge for its continuance and further progress, is the fact thnt the
best moral forces of the ago are
ranged on its side. The church, the
press, nnd the school-house, are well
nigh universally favorable, while
still mol-e uncompromisingly so is
what mny well bo considered as a
moral force by itself—the influence
of woman. Its future course mny
not be one of uninterrupted success.
That can hardly be expected. It
will have its periods, no doubt, of
ebb and flow. Like a mighty river,
it will be impaled here, while there
it will hound joyously forward, or
even rushes madly past, sweeping
all things before it, while still further on it glides so noiselessly, and
seems to sleep so peacefully, but all
the while its course is ever towards
tho welcoming sett.—Toronto Globe.
James Wilson Marshall,
WHO  FIRST  FOUND GOLD IH CALIFORNIA.
James Wilson Marshall, who was
burn in Hope township, New Jersey,
in 1842, after many vicissitudes fuund
himself in January 18,1858, superintending tho building of a mill race at
Cfiloma in California. After shutting
off the water nt tbo head of the race
ho walked down the ditch to see what
sand and gravel had beeu removed
during the previous night. He
strolled to the lower end of the race
nnd stood .looking down at,the mass of
debris."■' At this juncture'his*'eye
caught tbo glittering of something
that lay lodged in a crevice on n rifflo
of soft granite. He stooped and
picked up the substance. It was
heavy, of a peculiar color and different from anything he had seen in the
tit ream before. He reflected ns to
what kind of mineral the specimen
could be, and finally concluded thnt
it was either mien, sulphurets of copper—or gold. It was too heavy for
mica, was not brittle, as are sulphurets,
and, remembering that gold is maile*
able, he placed tho nugget ou a flat
stono and began striking it with
anothor. The substance did not crack
or flake ofl', but simply flattened under the blows, and Marshall was satis-
tied that he had indeed made an important discovery. In several days he
collected a few ounces uf the precious
metal, and, ns ho had occasion to visit
Sutter's Fort in a short time, ho took
tho specimens with him. He informed
Sutter of his discovery, but the genoral wns incredulous, and it was not
until chemical experiments had settled the question beyond nil doubt
that ho would admit the mineral was
gold. At last all doubts faded, and
tho excitement began to spread. The
news flew over the country like wild-
tire, and thoso whites who were then
in California went intu the quest for
gold with great ardor nnd energy,
Additional revelations were made
daily, and the news of the discoveries
was spread. Then came the mad rush
from the oast and the old world. It
was a furious rnce for wealth. In 1810
every sailing vessel and steamer landing at Sau Francisco wns crowded
with adventurer*. They knew that
ijold had first been found at Column,
nnd many went thither. Without inquiry or negotiation they squatted
upon Marshall's land about the mill,
seized his work oxen for food, confiscated his horses, and marked the
land off into town lots and distributed
them among themselves. Thus robbed
of bis property he perforce became a
Srospeotor, but never succeeded in
tiding much gold. The neighbors
who had spoiled his possessions added
insult to injury by presuming that he
know tho whereabouts of rich deposits
of gold and refused to give information to them, and persecuted him on
these false suppositious. To add to
his troubles, Iub title tu the land lie
had purchased prior to his great discovery, was questioned and he lost it
all. Poor Marshall still lives at Colo-
ma. The statu has helped lum a little, but only a little, in his hard light
against poverty, nil tho more severe by
reason of advanced age,
-■ '■ ■*•*■	
Her Signature.
Vou wero down to see Miss Fus-
sanfoathor last night, Charlie, weren't
you?" said little Molly Crimsonbenk to
hor elder brother.
How do you know wliere I was?"
replied the young mnn, a little provoked.
Well, didn't I hoar you tell papa
yesterday   thnt  bIio wns the flour of
the family?"
"Well, suppose you did?"
Well," wont on the littlo girl timidly, drawing nearer and brushing tho
lapel of her brother's coat, "I soe
some of her has rubbed off on you."—-
Yonkers Statesman,
T
II. MATHERS, AI. D.
Office—Temporarily lu Wise'* building,
Front stroet.
ItESIDKNCE—St. John street, opposito the
Public School, Now Westminstor.
mhlWc
C,
N. TROW, M. D, H. C. P. * S., O.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Surf*con B. C. Penltontlnry, Hnrgeon New
Westminster Jail, Coroner for the District. Office- -Corner oi* Clarkson nnd
McKeusile Streets.   Hcsldenee, Mary fit,
HG-lft-tC
H
M. COOPER, B. A..M. I>„
PHYSICIAN A BURGEON.
OFFICE uud RESIDENOE-Ctiuroli St.
(noxt door to Farmerx' Home), near
Coiumbin St., Now Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOURB-8tol0u. m.; Holland
6.80 to 8 p. in,   Calls In town and country promptly attended to. fc2tc
JOHN B. McGUIRE, H. D.,
PHYSICIAN * BURGEON,
Qroduato of Trinity College, Dublin, us
nlso Assistant Burgeon Into Honorablo
Enst India Company Rcrvlco, wishes lo
announce to the people of Lillooet District that he hns tnken up his residence
nt CLINTON nnd opened n drug store. All
commutations by mnll promptly attend*
oil to, uiyl7-flm
DR. CI1EAOLE,
DENTIST,
Associated will. Dr. Welsh, euu lie found
nt his ollice, over D. R. Curtis & Co.'h drug
store, Coiumbin Hired, Now Westminster.
Olliee hours—From 0 a.m. to 12 m., nnd
from Ito5p.m. Jc21*tc,
pORBOUbD A McCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
Office—McKenzie street, New Westminster, B. C.
MISS  McBRIDE
Isprcpni-od to give
LESSONS ON THE PIANOFORTE
Also, In VOCAL MUSIC,
At tho rcsidonces of pupils.       Ifioclin
:m::rs. domXsNtt,
NURSE,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS A SHARE
of the  patronage  of llio  Ladies of
New Westminstor.  Address,
Caro of MRS. MONCK,
lfwclm Douglas Street.
AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST.
100 columns nnd 100 engrnvlngs la
each Issue. 4!lnl Vcnr. $l.M n Year.
Bond two :lu U. S, stamps for sample
copy [English or German] of the Oldest
and Best Agricultural Journal In the
World. ORANGE JUDD CO.,
David W. Judd, Pres.
7-">l Broadway, New York. Joh-tc
M
URRAY A PRY,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
Groining, Kalsomlnlng and Puper*Hung-
Ing. Shop—Clarkson street, opposito the
Now Westminster Jnll, New Westminster,
British Coiumbin, np2-to
R°
OVAL HOTEL,
CENTREVir,T.E, CIIII.LIlVirACK.
First-Class iiucommoitiltlon for Travelers.
MRS. M. A. HAIU-EH,
in>'21-'8J-Iy Proprietress.
M1
RS, M. A. HARPER,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
Dry tiocMls and Groceries, Millinery nntl
Fancy Goods.
First-Class Dress nutker In nt tendance.
my21-'ftHy
HOWSE & RICKMAN
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
Etc. Eto.
WISE'S BUILDING,
Opposite O. P. N. Ocs Wharf,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
so20to
GRANVILLE,
Burrard Inlet, B. C
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
PROPRIETOR.
(Jlyliyl)
J. A. CALBICK,
BUIIM& CONTRACTOR
ALL KINDS OP JOBBING ANDRE-
PAIRS PROMPTLY EXECl TKI>.
Estimates Furnished.   Siwi Sharped nnd Set.
HHOP-Mcrchnnt Snuiire, Columbia Bt.,
New Westminster, In roar of 'flics. Oven's
Blacksmith Shop. relate
F. KIMBLE,
CITY  BAKER
 AND—
Produce Dealer.
Columbia St.,     New Westminster.
selltc
H
I'OllES A ATKINSON,
HEAL ESTATE BR0KEK8
And Convoynncers. Accounts collected
nnd Loans Negotiated. Offloo, Columbia
street, opposite the Post Ofllce, New Westminster, 11. C.
J. c. Hughes, T. C. Atkinson.
Notary Public..
Jell-to
E. E. RAND.
Keal Estate Brokers, Conveyancers unil
Insurance Agents.
I'ort Moody und New Wost nil nst cr Proporty u specialty.
OFFICE-Columbia Street, opposite Post
Offlco, New Westminstor, B. C.     JlySto
Though numerous causes mny operate
to turn tho hair gray, alt that is needed
to restore tha natural color » Hall's
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Ruitewer. For
more than twenty years tho Bales hnve
boon enormous, hut wo havo yet to learn
of its first failure.
rp   J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER ANI) APPRAISER,
Columbia Streot .Now Westminster
Parties desirous of disposing of their
farms, etc., will do well to place the same
In (lie howls of the nbove.
All commissions will receive prompt
uml careful attention. Best references
given when required. mbl2-te
-IIT .11.   FALDING,
LAND, HOUSE AND GENERAL AQENT
Accountant, Collector, Conveyancer,
LIFE, FIRE -ft ACCIDENT INS. AGENT,
Custom House Broker.
Agont for I*. T. Johnston A- Ca.t8ootlanibi),
 Victoria,	
Ami John Leahy, Brewer, Victoria,
OKKIOK!
MeKonslo St, one door from Columbia St,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
* npm-tc
II. K. RnOASIIAII.K. A. W. .(ONES.
OROASDAILE & JONES,
KniI Kxliile Agent* anil Brokers.
Particular attention paid to the sale of
farming lauds.
Money to loan at low rales of interest on
Improved farms.
Largo lisls of town and country proporty
,   for sale.
Omen—Govern ment St, near Brollgliton,
Victoria, B. I*.      PO box Hii.        npMo.
Every Man to his Own Business
JiAmm PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST* DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. 00I.0MAI, HOTKI.l,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
p-i'ilclani' Prescriptions anil Kum-
Ily.Recipe.a Specially.
N. 11. — Only Gomilno Drugs used,
Over twenty years' oxporionce.    mr2.-|
BOOTS and SHOES
fBOM
HEATHORN'S
Boot I Sloe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
S'lop under the now Oddfellow Halt, Columbia Bt., New Westminster.
J. BAGNALL,
BTEII * MAHUFACTUR-I-OF
OS & ORGANS
AKD A|.l KINDS OV
ilCAL INSTRUMENTS,
VISIT THK MAINLAND,
on m Professional Tour, and will
to-happy to receive and execute orders
Wlfi kinds of Musical Instrument*.
fltou and Organs tuned or regulated.
Fftvors from the Mainland, forwarded
throogh W. H. Keary, N. W„ will re
oafva prompt attention. jy28tc
W. R. CLARKE,
W AUCTIONEER.
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
8alesRoom, Fire-proof Building,
Yatbs Street,
VICTORIA, ■ BRITISH COLUMBIA.
tsr Liberal advances made on Consign*
ments.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complote maps of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and the Districts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stoek In trade, or Fuuiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can tind a Cash Buyer by calling
on the ahove. Office of the British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled witli neatness
and dispatch.
Offlee of Harbor Master and Port War-
den. ft-io
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
ttuaraalee Capital $i,oeo,«to
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A H0ME~C0MPANY,
W. M. JONES,
LOaaEB, <3CC.
MUD BAY, B. C.
PIlKPAItKI) TO FURNISH all kinds
ol
Cedar Posts, Slats, Shakes,
And anylhlng in tliooednrltnfi,
Jt—t EawHMFvlGrl
(Jyi2io)
WE8T END
Plain and Fancy
Ami Conloctjonory nlwuys nn hnnd.
GROCERIES PROVISIONS
Delivered oimy jiurlof Iho City.
I3LLVBSOS.,    fuluinuln Htreol.
 JpjMo '
Wm. McColl
to Gone West
Two Doors!
1MMT INTO MAY, UK HAH RKMOVKD
tils well  M-li-cl-'it sio'-k of neii en'I
M-'rcliiiinIlM- lulo
Lnndbom's Mock, Columbia St.
MEN'S  CLOTHING
-AND-
Furnishing Goods
JUST AUUIVKV*.
iiw-Hlu. i-KKnrfincut of UMUCKUIKM A%»
ritOYMIOKM fuiim-l In- lii-iit In IIiIh clly
riiriimilltynrprlt'CH.
(five liim u cull ninl Judge for yoursolVM-
-CQlStO
7vi:a:e»x*:j
S A LOO N.
HAVING PUItOHASED TIIIH WKM.-
kiiown siilnuii. on CiiliimUIn slroct,
Wi'lil-C tO lllllKllllli-i' tlllll  WCHlllllI iH'Clilll
to min nll our nlil frlcmlH.
n->24tu McKAY A OUHHIK.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B'
OOK BINDKR, 1-Al'KK RULKR,
' ami Blank Book Manufacturer,
Mnps and Drawing Papor Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
imvornuifnt Sli-crl, Vietorln, B. ('.
This Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:—
The Security otlV-n-d to policy holders U
unsurpassed by nny Company doing busi-
new In Canada,
It hiiHnoBL-hemRRof Insurance, but tho
well-oNtabllsliciI Hints, beiico the policy
holders cunnut be misled nn to thoir contracts.
Its stilt-.-meiitH to the public can be rt'iul-
lly understood, Its cash stulenient showing every Item of Income iiml how expended.
Its posit ton f Hnsccrtnlnc'l annually from
n detailed valuntlon In whicli every item
of liability is included.
Its pm-jri's-* has been unexampled In
the history of In mini nee lu Caiiudu.
Km policies ure Indisputable after three
years, nnd non-forleltame after two yearn'
Alatonoo.
ItH pnilils ure distributed upon nil eqult-
abto basis. The profits to oue class of
policy holders are not lessened to givo
larger nrollts lo any other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
literal romllllaan as la ■fuldeare aad
Travel.
J. K. MncDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
>   AgenU, Now WestmluHter.
J cT-ilmo-nl tern ate,
COME AND SEE
Qood Tian Bave Com iigm, fiojil
THE PROPRIETOR. JAME8 TURN-
BULL, hnving ngHln taken possession
of the TKNPKKAM'E HOUSE fronting on
Columbia and Church Street*. oppoi.!lo
Episcopal Church, City of Now Westminster, 1). C, and now known as the
FARMER'S    HOME,"
Will nccommodntenll his old friends and
the nubile generally who favor him with
a oall, at old priced. Bonrd perriny.ti.uo;
lioani per ween, J5.0O; Hlngle Menls, M
cpntn;Beds,2FieentK. iWOood accommodation for Imdlos nnd Families.    auZ9tc
mi Cranberries
PUT UP IN
Bnrrels of 25 Imp. Gallons,
,,.■. , ■   .„.■   -AS!*- .
1-2 Barrels of 12 Imp. Gallons.
KYLE & TILTON,
FRONT STREET,
e27tc Sew WcnlnilnUrr.
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
MOST FASHIONABLE IX Tilt CITY.
Opposito tbo Bank, Columbia street,
Now Westminster, B. C.      [inyMtc.
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
Fancy Goods, &c,
YALE,   B.   C.
LARGE   STOCK   ALWAYS ON
hnnd.  Qoods not In Hlock will l;e
ordered prompily.
Ne-ivHpap-'i-i   «ud   Mnjj-»iluti   Mip-
plled from all parts of the world.
Prompt attention tfiven   to orders   by
null.
JaSMrl     A. G. JOHNSTON, Maimer.
-ROYAL CITY-
1011 Ifl
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only PiM-Proof Hotel
in the City,
TUB CULINARY OFPARTHENT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE ONDl^IGNED BEGS LEAVE
to annomue to the Publio that be
hu purohued the above Hotel, where
everything will he found first-class, and
at reasonable ratrts.
FOB SALE.
QEVKN FIIU-T-Or,ASS WOBK OXKN.
"*° DtBKCK BROS.
Farm to Rent
THE "BRpQKHU»W- ;
ated 8 mfleH from Km
_,, 'B8W.,5ffi^.!inS1S5
and ll from New WeHtmliwter, comlitlnc
of IW «cre»of find-claualand, well adapted
for furmliiK, nnd wpeeiaUy- adapted ter
gnulng purpose*, fine chance. Terma
easy, l'artici-are Invited to call and ln»
spect erop, jlyltftc
The Parlors, and Sleeping Apart-
neitS are under the superintendence
of Mrs. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies.
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied witli books and papera, is
provided for the use of guests.
Ia supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Liquors, Cigars, kc.
FARM FOR SALE
/VP08ITE CHILUWHACK IJU1DING
W on the north aide of Fraser river.
well Improved; nod orchard; 4Q» fruit
trees: a line lot or araall fruit: 16 mermu In
timothy: good bouse, and bam. tfor further particulars apply either by letter or
person to  "'
Jlj-mtc
, Et, C. GARNER,
Johnson's Land!**, & c
_   FIR8T-0I,AK8   DAIRY FABM,
tunted within one mile of Mlllera
A'    *:'
Aaltua„_   _	
IianciliiK, Humw, consisting of fiSO aenri
prairie, 170 fenced, 66 acres In meadow;
dwelling house of 7 rooms; agood dairy
and commodious burn and outbuildings.
Thero la a good orchard of choice fruit In
bearing. Will be sold with or without
atook.lmpleineuUundhay. Applyto
„. ccrfXrfeKY,
au2.M« - Kumw,B. C.
FORSALE.
W. H. KRABV
wistics to dispose of hh tuijaaarj* _m$
Book Htmrr und the good will of the business. TKHMH KA«Y, ifhieh can be ob-
tallied on application to T. J. Armstrong.
Mnreh Qlsl, 1SS1. apMc.
JNO.
AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
the
L
HASTINCS, B. I.
T
WOODS & TURNER,
Coaveyancew,
Keal Estate Agents,   bind  Surveyors.
Draughtsmen, and lusurauee Agent*.
Our property lists are now very complete, and we would call attention to tlie
following selections, which we are enabled to olFer at very reasonable figures,
Titles guaranteed:
New Westminster Oity.
Lot 20, block XXXII—gooil residence
sito.
Subdivision of lot 10, block XXXV-
00x132 loot.
Southwest ' ol lot 17, block XXXVI.
NewiWestminster Suburbs,
Lots 7 nnd 8, block V—graded, cleared
and fenced; adjoining residence of W. lt.
TowiiMcnd, Est).
Lots (IS anil 70, block V.
Subdivisions of lots I and 2, blook 0.
SulNlivisions of lots 10 und 2.1, block 7.
New Westminster District.
Good farms in nll parts.
105 acres on False Crock rond.
4."-a) acres at Matsqui—gooil dairy farm;
highly improved; to lie sold with itock
and implements if desired,
'JOO acrea at Sumns—a splendid chance
fordniry fanners.
245 acres near Ladner's Landing.
:*i!0 acres on Lulu Island.
Port Moody.
A large nnd complete list, embracing
all parts of the Townaite.
Land Surveying
In nll its branches; maps compiled, trac-
iugs prepared, and all descriptions of Burying carefully nnd promptly attended
.   30 years' experience.
Having lieen over almost the whole of
New Westminster District during our
sun-cyiug tours, wo are in a position to
give intending purchasers a correct description of the property ofTered,
Money to lend on approved security at
low rates of interest.
Agents For
lhe Pheuix, of Brooklvu, and the
Liverpool A Iiondon k Globe Insurance
Companies.
The Kquitahlo Life Assurance Society
of the United States.
Gladding, McBean k Co's terra cotta
chimneys and vitrified stone sewer
piping.	
OFFICE- Kllard's Block, Columbia
Street, Nuw Westminster.
apl2-t<)       WOODS A TURNER,
11
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard Street,
in mniBL & ,j,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OF
ROUGH AND DRESSED
LWFER
Shingles,
Shakes,
Laths,
Pickets,
Net Floats, Trays
AND ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing for
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames,
Mouldings.
Brackets,
Railings.
Balusters,
Newels,
Plain k Fancy k ill Kinds of
TURNED    WORK.
iHIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
  new Hotel haa been recently completed and is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, winch has become the moat fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia. Tho prospect is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, aud the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bur
it entirely detatched from the main
building.
ST The Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
First-class stabling nnd feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO.
.->'28tc
FOR   SALE.
30 Per ('cnl. im than rest.
A FIRST-CLASS   WELL   ASROIWEn
IilVOlliOOf
Dry Goods, Boots! Shoes
Well adopted for a country Store.
One-half i-asli; Imlunee on time.
Apply at
selOtc OFFICE OF THIS PAPER.
FOR  SALE
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3   MILES   FROM    LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runnlngtbrougli
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's Landinjr.B.C.
SECOND-HAND
BLACK,
Proprietor.
FURNITURE I
THB UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA*
sure in announcing that he la now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, kc, at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in fint-claas style.
UNDERTAKING
In atl Its branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store. auSte
O. R. & N. CO.
I1IIK KTKAMEII
Will run bctwuon
l'allIim nr l-iirlTnwiisiriiil.Soiitllp,
smi Iiitnrinuilltitc J'orts,
us Jul laws:
lEHt TMDIM M«r StJHtMT AT I P. M. MIIVWO
at New Wunimmi Tutiosr Morhihc.
Imve Hew Westuiusiii eveh Widheioh at
I S.U., AUslVIIIC AT TstUM THUMMT AFTIS'
REDUCTION OF FARE8.
Nt* WCITMIMTU TO Pon Towhiikd,    $4.00
Seattle,   ■    •    i,00
T.10KA, •    •      •0.00
s«llo O. E. CI.AXCEY, Agent.
wlJIc
ESTABLISHED IS59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Oppoalte tbe Colonial Hotel,
NKW WESTMINSTER
THK LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of .II itsscrintlons of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fnm-
ilivs, Restaurants, and Stcuiibonts at the
LOWERT POSSIBLE PRICES.
CYLINDER 8xn, SUITABLE
for direct action Saw-miUjjrtUi
Saw Arbor and tno 6i tiicll SpaHlillg'
tooth Saws; also, feed rear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler.   The whole Is
Brunette Saw-mill.   Will be sold at a
in good order, and may be seen at the
Brunette Saw-mill.   Wil"
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS. & CO.
New West., aoth Dec, i°8i.   [delate
fowh% tMMj!
RS, l>AVII>KOX IH NOW PHEPAR-
,_ oil lo mnke dresses and execute mil*
nery in tlio Intent American and English
styles.
RmiDBHORt - Queen's Avenue, below
Mr. neonc's. oclltc
TERMINU8
Lirery and Stap Stables!
OOLUMBIA STREET,
Foot of Douglus,   NEW WEXTMIK.TM.
wu. i. Townm[ mkwiitoi.
t> KtsruB um .mom t. r.n ias>.
Special extra Rigs when required.
Saddle Horses nnd Buggies for hire.
t.nucral Tcutnlng promptly attended to.
600 CORDS OF FIRE WOOD FOI SUE
Orders left at ttie London Market will
be proiuptly filled. ocStc
BlacLsmith Shop!
Next Ewen's Cannery,
Columbia Street,   New Weitminiter.
SPEIRS A BEATON,
Tim latest iipiillituc-L't. In machinery and
limls, and n good Job guaranteed.
Hoi-no Mlioelng:, Reimlriug and Jobbing
of every ilt'sci'limon. All orders promptly
iitteiidcd to. oolte
GUNS!
Rifles & Revolvers!
BREECH-LOADING SHOT OURS
From $10.00 to JlflO.OO.
BREECH-LOADING RIFLES
From $5.00 to 875.00.
REVOLVERS
From SS.S0 to 1311.00.
SHOT, SHOT, SHOT,
All sizes, from dust to 28 ball.
EnKle-Ducktt Cartls 4 Harvey
Diamond Brain Powder.
Having imported direct froM the Factory the largest stook ot Guns, Kiflta and
Revolvers ever held in this Province, I
can and will sell cheaper than any other
house in B. (J., ami what WEBB uys
you con rely on.
Mainland Gun Store,
COLUMBIA ST., NEW
An immense slock of *_ «Oac HmmAe,
Pui-kei Cutlery aud Tebaeroilita* >«»>
dries, and I'aney Caads, i   anllte NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Dom. License Act W. D. FerriB
Medical 'Card;... .Dr. E. J. Offerhi.ua
Canvassers Wanted.. .Jan. C. Morium
Booksellere, Etc. -T. N. Uibben & Co
Civil Engineer, Etc... A. J. McMillan
Auction Salo J. Cloldstono
N. W. & Surrey Ferry.. .AngusGrant
Special* A...--, .'., 111
Angus Ci
.Mr. Roi
%\\t glritish Colnmbi-Sh.
Wednesday NornlMi   Ori. W, WHJ.
There will bo considerable diaap-
poitftiiei.t'.t the result of the Hudson irfayexpedition, e brief account
of which wo publish in another column. It must be evident that the
difficulties nnd dangers of navigation in these northern' regions aro
greater than many people anticipated,
nnd it is very questionable if this
route will evor become a highway
even ;fbr freight traffio. The large
quantities of ico whicb the Neptune
encountered are enough to discourage those who looked at the Hudson
Bay route us a cheap outlet for the
products of north-western Canada.
The Montreal Star (independent)
has been interviewing Hon. D. A.
Smith, u member of the syndicate,
respecting the object of Sir John's
visit to England. Being asked if
"there was any truth In tho rumors
that Sir John Macdonald had gone
to England for the purpose of obtaining a subsidy for tho proposed
line ofi,steamers between British
Columbia, China, and Japan, Mr.
Smith said lio was not in a position to answer, but it was a fact
that the line would be taken
up by responsible and wealthy
parties. He also stated that lie
was not in a position to answer
any question aa to tho likelihood
of the routo being un alternative
imperial highway to the east, but
the value of the route in this
connection  was apparent to every
Tn its issue of Saturday the Nanaimo Free Press refers to some
depredations committed by persons
who have been employed on the railway works. These poisons are
dubbed "Crocker's lambs," and tbe
Free Press suggests that they be
severely punished whenever caught
bo as to be a warning to others. The
suggestion is » good one, but when
the Press refers to the experience
,of this city ns an example of what
may be expected in tho event of
these characters getting* olT lightly,
.wo. do not understand tlie reference.
Criminals lmvo generally not coin-
■plained 'of light sentences in the
New Westminster polico court.
Our police magistrate does not flinch
when the ends of justice demand
severity, and we have always been
singularly free from tho presence of
unruly strangers. Why tlie Free
Press should call these railway navvies "Crocker's lambs" we cannot
well comprehend. We suppose the
epithet is intended us u slur upon
Mi. Crocker. But what on earth
has ho to do witii men who have
come to work for the local contractors 1 The epithet so applied is
meaningless—it is silly.
pear to be doing something to help
them, and appointed a commission
to look into the question of Ohinese
immigration. Tlie report will be
laid before parliament, and in view
of its failing to furnish sufltcient
reason for taking prohibitory steps,
the government will ask that the
mattor bo held over for another
session." It would not bo wise to
accept us gospel the utterances of
tho New York World-, but there is
nothing improbable in tho despatch
above quoted. No person in-tbis
province would bo surprised to find
that the commission's report is adverse to restrictive measures against
tho Chinese. But if this should
happen to be thu case, what a farce
will bo made of tho wholo business!
Sir John Macdonald promises the
house of commons that ho will appoint a commission for the purpose
of thoroughly investigating tho question. The commission is duly appointed, and comes to this province
In a special car, with all the pomp
and paraphernalia of viceregal gush.
It sits three days tb investigate a
grievance whieh deeply concerns the
largest province in the Dominion,
in many places refusing all evidence,
in others hurrying through the enquiry as if the chief concern wns to
take as little evidence us possible.
Then the commission returns to
Ottawa and reports that it cannot
recommend restrictive measures "until bettor reasons why they should
bo ndopted are advanced!" This
would bo a very fitting termination
to a huge farce. We hope, however, that the World's despatch is
uot true. It would bo more than
ashameif ft wero—-it would boa most
cruel injustice to a province wliich
is now suffering from tho Chinese
invasion more than the rest of Canada evor suffered from tlie potato
bug or tho plague of locusts. The
notion that these people aro necessary to the completion of the C.
P. R. is perfectly absurd. There
aro thousands of Chinese now in the
provinco who have no employment
on the railway works, and who
would willingly take work if they
could get it. The system adopted
by the railway contractor with respect lo these people makes it much
more profitable for him to import
fresh Chinamen than to employ
those who have already worked out
the amount advanced for passage to
this country. It ts for this reason
that Chinamen have been imported
by thousands by tho railway whilo
thero are thousands idle iu the country. Aro the interests of British
Oolumbia to be sacrificed because
tbis traffic in Asiatic slaves puts
money into the pockets of a foreign
contractor 1 Thoro is not it man in
this provinco who does not know
that there are more Ohinamen here
now than either the railway works
or the industvies of tbo country
requite. It ia the merest subterfuge, therefore, to delay restrictive
legislation ou the plea that it should
not be passed until tho 0. P. R. has
been completed.
D
It. K. J, OFFKIUIAI'8,
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON,
(H-2Ulu Kamloops, 11. U.
quite Possible.
The peoplo of British Columbia
lost all faith in the Chinese Commission as soon as they began to perceive the superficial character of the
enquiry. Many prominent citizens,
while regarding the commission as
unnecessary, manifested a disposition to treat it with courtesy and
give it every opportunity for acquiring the information it wns presumably seeking. But the commissioners
themselves seemed of all men the
least concerned about the Chinese
giievunce. They sut in all less than
three hours on the mainland; and
at Nanaimo, where it is known the
grievance largely uffects public interests, they declined to sit at all.
Although tho people of that city
were prepared and anxious to go hi •
fore ttie commission, Hon. Mr. Chap-
lean declared that they did not come
there to investigate the Chinese
question! The New York World
publishes a despatch from Ottnwa
in whicli the following passage oc.
ours: "The report of Secretary of
Stato Chapleau, us chairman of tbe
commission which recently visited
British Columbia to investigate tho
Chinese question, hns been placed in
the hands of the printers. It is
understood that the commission will
recommend that no prohibitory
measure be passed until the Canadian Paoifio Kailway is completed,
and not then unless better reasons
why it ahould be adopted are advanced than those at present offered.
It appears that the British government is unfavorable to any restriction being placed on the Chinese
entering Canada, fearing that it
might be regarded in China as nn
indication of hostility towards that
country. To qniet the British Columbians, who became greatly alarmed at the enormous influx of
Chinamen into their province, the
Dominion government had to up
OANVASSERS WANTED
.    -FOB MY —
PACIFIC STATES MAP* W A81II.M.TO*
Territory Hap, World Atlas,
Ami oilier PiibllcntloiiN.
For narlloultirs apply to
JAS. 0, MOIIIAM,
8 New Montgomery Hi., Han Francisco.
2Sooim
New Westminster aid Sumy Ferry,
NOTICE IS 1IB1USBY GIVEN THAT
uny paraph who conveys passengers
or goods fur hire or profit, or with Intention to lessen the revenue of this ferry.
within the ferry II mitH, is lluble to upon-
Rltyof$100,uiiu the law will ho strictly
enforced.
ANGUS GBANT.
28th Oct., 1831. otifflml
Dominion Liquor License Act.
THE BOARD OF LIQUOK LICENSE
Commissioners for New Westminister
ami District will meet ut the Court House
In this City on Monduy, 3rd November,
prox.* for the purpose of hcnriuK nml determining applications for licenses, and
objections thereto.
Applications Will not be t'lilerliilned if
not made previous to the 1st November,
prox. Hy Command,
" Vf. I>- FERBI8,
Ohlof Inspector.
New WestmlflBWr, 28th Oct., 1881.
20oo2t
3STOTICE!.
U«> Entitle wf Arrliiluild .Mat-|.i--Ml. M, P.,
iiceanHctlt
A LT, PAUTIEH INDENTED TO THE
A above Estate are requested to make
Immediate payment to the undersigned;
and all parties having claims ngalnsl the
said Estate nro requested t" furnish them
at once lu order thnt they may bo adjust-
HUGHEH & ATKtNHON,
Agents for lhe Executor.
October 23rd, 1881. oci'-iirl
A. J. MoMILLAN,
CIVIL EIMLAITOSUMM
Anil IIK.U I.IIISII IN.
SUKVEYS uiui ESTIMATES MADE FOR
THE 1BIOATI0N, DRAINAGE
AND RECLAMATION
OF LAND.
JO-HRinOE DESIGNS A SPECIALTY.
Ollice at imrsenton
.Kill's .St., lH'll. CCIl IfctllKlH* ami i:i" -.'*'
Hts., Sew Westminster.
Ol'20t«
T. N. HlBBEN & CO.
Booksellers, Stationers,
AND GENERAL DEALERS IN THE
many varieties of stock indirectly
connected wiih the above.
Having studied tbe bost markets for tho
past quarter of a century, economy In
purchasing has been attained by Import,
lug In quantities direct, from the publishers uud manufacturers, aud no pains Is
spared to keop a full and well-selected
stock.
Old Masonic Building, Goverment St.
VICTORIA, B. C.
lV9"The following New Hooks Just received: Canadian I'lrliirex, hy Marquis
uf lorne i Treasury of Songf (Jrnw'tt In*
rivalled Family Alius. oc20to
The CiiniHlliUi Rockies.
RICH FIELDS FOR ENTERPRISING EXPLORERS.
Mr. George W. Dawson, of the Dominion Geological Survoy, who has
beon prosecuting" his kouIdkicuI researches in tho Kocky mountains, has
arrived in Winnepeg ou his way to Ottawa. To a Sun reporter he stated
that he and his party, who were iu the
mountains since Inst Juue, liavo been
finishing tiio work begun last yenr to
securo tiie data for a general rucon-
noisance geological map of the country
from the Ked Door River down to tlio
boundary line. The wurk has been
completed fairly well, and the map
will ne issued this winter. Inaccessible places will bo loft blank. The map
will bo of very great service to prospectors of that country, ns all tha coat
basins will be marked out. Goal basins
or seams were found in many places.
Tho cont was a very good specimen, although probably the best lias been discovered at tho Cascade Mountain, near
Silver City. The coal deposits extend
liko lung troughs. Tho deposits arc
much moro numerous and extensive
than was originally supposed. Many
of tho coal deposits aro bo isolated by
mountainous tracts. of country that
thoy are almost in accessible, but thoy
will doubtless provo of grent value
eventually for smelting the different
kinds of ores which abound in their
vicinity. Copper was found in considerable quantities, but as none of tho
mines wero ever opened up, the extent
of tho deposits has not yet been ascertained, but the prospects aro very favorablo. Extensive deposits of lead
wore also discovered in many places by
tho survey party. Mr. Dawson thinks
tho coal could be used to great advantage, reducing tho copper and lead oro
so as to make its export a paying investment. As to wood, Mr. Dawson
says there is un abundant supply in the
mountains, but great quantities have
been washed and burned by forest fires.
Mr. Dawson nays it would be desirable
to take somo measures to preserve tho
forests,because the lumber is excellent
in the valleys. Tho devastating of the
country by the Hres renders it useless,
us it is made impassable, In the
mountains thoro is abundance of good
game, sueh ns wild sheep nnd goats,
oik and black-tailed door. During the
past month considorablo snow hns fallen iu tho higher ultiudes. At the head
of Hod Deor and other rivors very
large glaciers also exist. Mr. Dawson
says the Canadian Pacific Railway is
tho only railway crossing tho mountains from which glaciers can be Been,
and ho says it would bo veiy desirable
to have a trigonometrical map of the
country, and lie lias no doubt such a
map will bu prepared beforo long. Mr.
Dawson snys the Rocky Mountains afford a tine field for any enterprising
mountain explorer. Thoro aro no many
peaks to climb, up which man lias
nevor dared to venturer Thore is also
a vast extent of country which has
novor yet been traversed.
—of—
Horses and Rigs,
HAVING UKQE1VED INSTRUCTIONS
from Mr. W.J. EHENCII.who Is routing from iiiestam'ii'id Livery Business,
I shall sell by Publio Auction, withoutre-
scrvo,on
Friday, Nqyember 7,1884,
AthtsIilvoryBlntilOB, situated corner of
Elllc-.-St.niid ltoyal Avenue, the following valuable property)
1 bay Saddle Horse, 1 sorrel Lady's Saddle Horse, warranted gniitlo (name Spot).
I Since Horse, works lu harness, Ik-li
buckskin; I bay Stage Horse, works in
Blrigloordoublehuriiess'jim); l matched
bav Team, heavy (Ned A l'ut); I Stage
Horse, heavy buckskin, works single or
double; Illuek Hoisc, works single,
double or saddle rQoonzp); Grey Horse,
single, double nr sui die [(.lunrgel; 1 Huggv
Horse. hay, works single, double or saddle I Hilly]; 1 tiioroHghbrm-e stage, covered; lopeo sociable sprlnc Stage; ldoublo
Buggy, 1 springs with brake: 1 single Buggy; 1 set ltob-slelglis, nearly new, complete,-! seats; [set lead Burs; i new Farm
Wagon, Wesk-ru Empire make; 1 pair of
Bttagy Shafts* '2 sets stage Harness, double, without breeching! I set singe Harness, double, with Ijieechltig; 1 set single
buggy Harness; 1 sci. double buggy Har-
IH--S, nearly new; 1 Lady's Side Saddle;
Kfi-nt's Whitman Saddle, wllh pommel;
1 Gout's Whitman Saddle, wllhont. pommel; '2 Mexican Suudles; I Boy's Saddle;
."■riding Uridles: -J strings of Sleigh Hells;
1 llntehCollar; ("uaiitilyJof Horse Blankets; 1 pair Hay Tongs; 1 heavy Iron
Safe; and other articles too numerous to
mention. Any person wishing Ut see Safe
pievloiis to sale can do so by calling at
my auction rooms on Front St. TEB.MS:
under llllll cash; over that amount, appro ved notes ii! DOtluys. nrrsalo to commence at 11 a. iii. For further partloulurs
seo
Oo20td      .1. GOLDSTONE, Auctioneer.
Words Fail Sjs?£
Siiliiv tiAltTRR, of Nashville, Tcmi., "for
tlio boiioQU derived from
Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Having boon afflicted nil my Hfo with Scrofula, my systom seemed mtturnted with lt. It
ciuiiu out lit Hlotc-lii-s, incur*, and Mattery
Sores, all over my body." Mr, Carter states
Unit he wiib entirely cured by the uso of
Ayix's S Alls a i-Am i,i. a, nnd since discontinuing Its use, eight uu.iiilii- ngo, lie hns had
no return of the scrofulous symptoms.
All baneful infections of the blood aro
promptly removed by tliis unequalled alterative.
i']ii-:i'Ain:i) HV
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Man.
Sold by nil Draggl-tn; SI, six bottles for 90.
$10 REWARD.
1TOTICB.
ALL l'AHTIKH INDKHTKD TO TtlE
late Arm of Drs. MacLeod & McSwain
are requested to make Immediate payment fo tho undersigned who aro alone
authorized to receive such payments.
HUGHES & ATKINSON.
October23rd, 1881. -   *. qcjBpil
MONEY FOUND.
ftlOUNDON TIIE PORT MOODY ROAD.
JF on the 2tsl lust., a sum of money.
Tin-owner may have lt by proving property mid paying expenses of this advertisement. Apply at Archlo Burns' store,
Columbia street.
octaata j, s. brysoki
QTItAYEIlEllOM ST. MARY'S Mount,
(j SapiKirton, on the ifilrdSopl., a brown
Col ley Log; answers to tlio name of
"Brnn,"  Address
BISHOP OE NEW WESTMINSTER.
 (oo28tO)
B-A.X.-E] OX"
City Reserves & Gardens
NOTICE.
T1HE HALE OF LOTH COMPRISING
, pnrtof tbeCilydardensand Reserves,
advertised to lain* plnco at tlio Conn
House on Monday the 271 h October, ut II
o'clock, A. M„
Ih paslpiMH'il liy It---mint Ion of llm Council nnlil Monday. Ihe nth ilny or
Sovemhi r, iHfil,
At tho same place mid hour and upon tho
terms and conditions already advertised.
By Oilier,
A. .(. ALPORT,
0. M. 0.
Dated at Now Westminster,
Mill October, MM. oeJBtd
i-totic-e.
In i» llir IMnlr of JIKVJA Jll> ll. wil*
KOSi, llerrasnl.
AM. l-KIWONR IIAVINO CLAIMS
nipiliisttlio I'slntonJ tlio lato Itottjn-
llllll ll. Wilson, of {Jriinvlllir, uni ht'ieliy
n'liiH'Hli'il to si'jiit In thoir unroll ills lo tlio
niidoiHlKiipii on or lii'/oro Llllll Novelilbor.
1HH1, Hint lill porsolls lllihrlitoit to ttio nbovo
ostitto limn! jniy tliolr iiroolllits lurtliwltli
to       lduiha WIMfON. of Granville,
Tho Ksocntrlx,
Imloil (Iranvilli' I. II, IMNl.
(lirllitd
WILL CURE OR RELIEVE
BILIOUSNESS, DIZZIKCSS,
DYSPEPSIA, mm,
INDIGESTION, HUtTEMNO
JAUNDICE. OF THE HEART,
ERYSIPELAS, iCIDITY OF ■
ULT RHEUM, THE STOMACH
HEARTBURN, DRYNESS
HEADACHE, OF THE SKIN,
And every specie, uf dlacme arising froni
disordered LIVEIt,    KIDKIYS,   6T0MA0H,
BOWELS OR   BLOOD,
T. H1LBURN & GO., Preprl3;&t*To
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
Tenders for Nine Water Tanks.
SEALED TENDERS ADDRESSED TO
tlio undorslBtiod, nml endorsed "Tender for Wntcr Tanks," will be received
until noon on ,'rlilay, lltli Novenihei',
IKHI. from berxcniH wlslilnylo furnish mill
erect
NINE WATER TANKS
ALONG THE i-INE of TIIE CANADIAN
PACIFIC KAILWAY,
between Kniory's Bar and Savona's Ferry,
lu Uritish Columblu,
Plans and Kpecldcalions may be seen,
and tonus of teiid'.T obtained at the oillee
of tlie undersigned, lu Victoria, Vancouver Island, and also at the ollleo oMhe
Engineer* In-Charge at Drynooh, near
Spoiioo'fl Bridgo, on and alter 28th instant.
Eaoh tender must be accompanied by a
deposit equal to live per cent, of the
amount of the tender. Tills deposit mav
eouslsl of Cash or of an accepted Hank
cheque, nnd II will be forMled If theparty
tenderlng neglects or refuses to enter into
a contract when called upon to ilo so, or If
iifter.enlerlng Into the contract be fulls io
complote tin-work satisfactorily, according to the Plans and HpecIllcntloiiH,
If the Tender Is not accepted tho deposit
will be returned. Tenders must uo made
ou the printed forms supplied.
Tlio Department will not ho hound to
accept the lowest oriiny tender.
JOSEPH W. TRUTCH,
Dom. Govt, Agent,
otlice of Dominion fiovt. Agent,
Victoria, It. 0., Oct, SMi-d, 188-1.-*
oci'ild
FALM WINTER
GOODS
JUST RECEIVED BY
J AMES
Ellard & Co.
20 CASES
OF NKW AND FASHIONABLE
DRYGOODS
CONSISTING OF
DRESS GOODS,
Itt nil tlio latest styles ami similes,
comprising Cashmere, French Foi-
Sola, Fancy Checks, Striped Home-
spatm, .te.
A large Btock of BUTTONS and TRIM-
MINGS to match all Dresa Ciootla,
Muntftluasc, Soldi ami Brocaded
GLOAKINGS,
A aplonilid atock.
Ladies' k (ients' (tiiiyham, Alpaca k Silk
UMBRELLAS,
Whito, Scarlot, Grey, Navy, Pink, Maroon, Cardinal, Striped k Chocked
STATION RESTAURANT
YALE, B.C.
CLONK AT HANI) TO TIIK K.MI.l'.IIAII
STATION.
THE UNDERSIGNED towing Jilted up
tlllHllL'WOHlllbllshlllOlltllMllllrst-CllISS
restaurant, Invito tlio publlclo givo liim
a call where IHcnls nro serv.il on llio
shortest Notice. Next door will in-fun ml
A Well.gelcrl.il Block nf
GROCERIES, CAME AND FRUIT
Also, a First-Class Bakery.
P. CLAIM,
coin Proprietor.
A. GUTMANN,
DEALER IN
General Merchandise
OOLUMMA STREET,
Op|). Colonial Hold, \<w WcNfmliintcr.
Gams, Ammunition,
CIgtirs, Tobacco, Candy,
MisiEJitsaxi.A/u'iM: x*x—~&.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR ALL
KINDS OF FURS.
oeI8te
FLANNELS,
Iu all prices.
Lndica' Knitted
SHAWLS,
In nil sliiulus,
C'lildren's Knitted
Jackets, Hoods, &c,
A flue nsRortmont,
Ladies' and Children's
1
In ondlesa variety.
A largo stock of Men's and'Boyfi*
CLOTHING
A full lino of
GENTS' FURNISHINGS
NECKTIES, COLLARS, BKACES,
kc, ke., in nll the latest styles.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
LONDON HOUSE.
(oolite)
Mon A. Wliite,
Importer-mid Donlci'ln
Men's, Youths', Boys'
and Children's
CLOTHING
GENTLEMEN'S
Furnishing Goods,
HATS I CAPS,
Rubber Clothing
UMBRELLAS, ETC.
«THE  BEST ASSORTMENT
-OK-
ENTIRELY NEW GOODS
IN TIIK CITY.
COLUMBIA STREET
Opposite Bnnk ol Brlltoii Columbia.
oelijtu
Not for 20 days,
Not for 40 days,
Not to get rid of Old
stock,
I Have None
Not to make room for
my new importations
of fall Goods, they too
are to go, and of which
71 cases have arrived.
Hard Times
1111K PEOKLE IH-' NKW   WRSTMIN-
•   HterniiilauiToundlnn country nre invited to see tlie
*g*BREAT REDUCTION
In the prices of Goods at
The ROYAL CITY
Boot & Shoe Store
Tho people nro no doubt inviiro of lln- Su*
liei'lonnuillly of Hoots nml Shooa
mul othor Goods kept hy
MRS. E. GOLD,
Which nre unquestionably the bos! in this
City, uml cannot be surpassed anywhere In the Province.
NOW IS THE TIME
To mnke pltrohaseS) when Qooila are sohl
to suit tlm times, boanuso
Money Saved Is Money Knrned,
'flic following uooils, Imported from the
manufactories, uro oflbred at a groat reduction, ns the stoek In larger thnn the
fitntcof the market 'uhIHIoh:
H) pieces Canadian Twoads.
275 suits of MOU-S, Hoys' mul Youths
Clothes.
100 dozen White Hhirls.
r-o dozen assorted Bit Iris.
BSdoEonflne American Httls of the latest styles and (inest quality.
lOeasosof Now Goods Just received by
Hteumer Idaho.
The following Ih the rodltotloii Of prices:
20 per eent. oh* Hoots nnd HIiooh.
25     "     '-     Tweeds.
85    "    "    Olothlngnnd lfuis.
aj     "     '1     Dry Goods,
40    "    "    Fancy Goods..
Tliis tireat Iteilncllon In Jjlns uu
Tuesday, October 14th
AND WII.I. OONTINUI'l UNTIL
FU11THEU NOTIOE,
jsjs.Oountry onlors will ijo punoltinlty
nttcmlcil In.
NOTE THE ADDRESS:
MRS. E. GOLD,
ROYAL CITY
Boot and Shoe Store
COLUMBIA STIIHHT,
Oiip, I'wi'ii's Oithnorj',    Niw Wistminsiii.
wrlllc.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
—-IMFOUfKBS AND DBAI.BRB IN—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
es,
Toys, etc.
Not forced by circumstances to close out
business, but it will be
done all the same.
DONT
FORGET IT
On and after the 15th
inst, my entire stock
of DRYGOODS,
CLOTHING,
CROCKERY,
GLASS WARE,
SILVER and
PLATED WARE,
GOLD WATCHES,
CHAINS, Etc.,
will be sold at cost for
cash OF COURSE.
Before the 15th I wiU
publish a list of the
principal LINES of
GOODS, Etc., and prices which will astonish somebody.
C.G. MAJOR
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and   second   to   no
House in British Co-
'umbia.
EXPRESS RATES.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTIOE the Alton
of cxproHH freight on pavkugeH ami
parcels, snfely nud properly put up and
not containing any extra vulnnhlc or
dangerous compounds will lie:
Between Victoria and New Westminster.
PnckngcH under 10 lbs.. 25ota. eiu-h
Pneknges over ll and under 25...5U ots. ench
Pneknges over 2-1 nnd under 5l'..7ti cts. eneli
PnekagcH ovor 50 at 1 cont per lb
From New Westminster to Yile.
Less thnn 8 lbs 1 25 els. oneti
From il lbs. to ui lbs.. SO cts. each
Fr-Hii in li-, to I'.-.itiM ;..[-, ench
From 2511)8, to 50 lbs ?1 00 each
From 50 lbs. to75 lbs 81 60 eneli
From 75 lbs. to 100 lbs. or ovcr..2cts. per lb
TO LYTTON AND POINTS BETWEEN
YALE AND   LYTTON.
Loss than 2 lbs , 25 ctfl, each
From 2 lbs. to fi lbs 50 cts. each
From 6 lbs. to 10 lbs $1 w eneli
From 10 lhs..to25 lbs io cts. por lb
From 'JA lbs. to 75 lbs 8 cts. per lb
Ovor 75 lbs -j cts. per Ib
To Spenco's Bridge, Nicola.Savond, Kamloops, Caohe Creek and Clinton, 20 cts.
por lb.
To Bnrkervlllc and nil   points between
-RurkcrvIIleund Clinton..25 ots. per lb
On O. O. U. und viiliiablepncknj-es ono
per cent, on value In addition (o ordinary
rftten,
MONEY  RATES'
BelM-i-en Victoria and New IVi-hIbiIuhIer,
3B CTS. PER $100.
Romittunces;iiiHUi'ed against nil risk nt ,
"Lloyd's."
FHANK   fi. BABNABD,
Milliliter II. C. Express Co.
FRED. HOMER, Fnowr St.,
an2tc Agent New WeslmliiHter.
MAINLAND
CIGAR
FACTORY
 SOLE AGKNTS KOU	
Tlie Henry F, Miller Piano,
Of Boston,
The Dominion Organ,
Of Bowinanville, Ont,
And agents for all tlio loading American
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL  FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On the premises, as neatly anil eheanly
as at any othet establishment in tho
Province.
 AGENTS  KOK	
Confederation Lile Assurance Co..
North British and Commercial Fire
Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.
 Agents for First-Chus—
IE ul BULMOOr M
BIIIPPINd   ".J-OXIFTB,
1IKKDS  XORTUIOKB,
BULB OF BALK,
CUSTOM II0VS1 BLINKS,
LKA8KB, FROM. NOTKB,
0RDKK8, BE0K1PTB,
And .11 Uml. of Blank Books and Blank
Forms on hand.
——All tho Leading	
NEWSPAPERS
 AND	
PERIODICALS
Regularly reocived. Buusor'ptioni taken
for any Publication at loweat rates,
tT We Import direct from manufacturers, and cannot be undersold In tliU
Province.
T.R. PEARSON & 00.,
COLUMBIA   STIIKKT,
New   Westminster, B. 0.
ileitis)
WHITE LABOR ONLY.
WM. TIETJEN
H
AS OPENED A CIGAIt FACTORY
In tlio
Holbrook Stone Building,
XE-iV *tri:81MI*tSTEB,
Ami having hint many years experience,
Ih now prepared to supply tho trndo with
iiHUpcrlor nrticlo ut pi-loon uk law uk can
be obtained elsewhere.-   Look ont for tho1
"MAINLAND"
BtlAND OF CKJAWR.
fto-lt bents thom all. s«2Jte
City of New Westminster,
IMPORTANT
AUCTION SALE!
—OF	
CITY RESERVES AND CARDENS
4 PUI1MC AUCTION will take pined
J\ iittlieC'oiiiii'liniiiiiiboi-s.t.'llyatNow
wcslmhiHter.on
Honda)', lhe 2illi day of October
At Klkvkn O'clock in tiik
fobbkoon,
When 11.0 following: LoImwIM  hesul.mil-
It'il loiHilillc .'fitiiiii'llliini In iicciinlH
willi tlio (.nml Hnlo tty-JsaSv, ihsi, vis:
OovernmeijI once flnrdcim, Block A
tills 1,9,4,0,8,10,18,16. IT, 22.
Victoria (liinlins, Block B.
Lots 1,3,9,0,7,12,18,111,18, 20, 22, 2J, 28
20,27,28,20, III, 88, IK, .10, .18.
Allen Gardens, Block K.
I.ojs 1,4,5,7,0.
Louise Hardens, Block I!.
tolal,2,4,0,7,8.
Clinton Dace llcscrre, Block F.
Lols I, 1, 8, 7,0,11,13,IB, 18,20,22,21,25,
97,98,80,89,88,85.
Merchant Squiirc, Block II.
tolsl,9,4,0,7,9.
Sailors' llonic, Block I,.
Lois 1,2.
TF.nMS-88% |lor cont, on llm frill nf tho
hnlilinor.881f,lwroont. In ilirco nmnllis,
uml the luiliiiR'o i.r i In' iiiiri'hiiso iniini'y In
six inmillis from .liilc of Ki.lv.
By Order,
A..J. AI.I-OUT.C. M.C
Dtttod nl New Wt'sliiiliislor tho 2nd dny
ofHc|)ti'inl>L'r,lsHJ. asold
-THE-
West Shore!
SEPTEMBER, 1884.
THE OJtEAT
ILLUSTRATED
IffBOUBLK NUMBER, •«
JtKVOTKU TO
BRITISH COLUMBIA
A MAI1NIFICENT N1IM11K1I TO HENtl
TO YOUIt F11IF.NDS.
ONLY 25 0ENT8 PER COPY.
Noli' Agonts fur llio Mntnlnml.
sol7to lhe $vitisli Columbinn.
lVt-ilucsiliiy Morning.  Oct. BB, IHsi
Mr. J. M. Wise litis completed the
repairs un Port Moody road.
Ladies' Fur Capes for $3.00 and upwards at J. KUard k Co.'s.        oc22te
Wo have received tho October number of the Churchman's Gazette,
It has beon decided to submit tho
Scott Act tn the city of Toronto.
The str. Irving brought down 130
head of cattle on Monday nfternoon,
Uso only the celebrated " Louis " Velveteen, For sale by Jambs Ellard k
Co. *
Read Jas. C, Miriam's advertisement, "Canvassers Wanted," in another column.
Ladies' Jerseys, Fur Trimmings, Lace,
Millinery, and Hosiery at J. Ellard k
Co.'s. oc22tc
A man who saya he can't afford to
advertise is like tlio man who Bays ho
can't afford to insure.
The funeral of the late Wm. Litster
took place yesterday under tho direction of the Oddfellows.
Mr. McLagan, of the Victoria Times,
was in the city on Monday, and left
for Victoria Tuosday morning.
Dr. Offerhaus, having located at
Kamloops, makes a professional announcement in another column,
The weather continues showery and
disagreeable., Yestorday the sun came
out and dried tho face of naturo.
Mr. A. J. McMillan has opened an
office on Agnea st., and his business
card will bo found in another column.
The now telegraph cable has been
laid from Clover Point, B. 0., to Capo
Duiigottes3, W. T., nnd is now working.
It will be seon from a notico elsewhere that tho Dominion licenso board
for this district will moot on the 3rd
inst.
Messrs. Major and Kobson returned
from their shooting expedition last
Saturday afternoon with ono only
duek.
The str. Teaser got her now cylinder
hend put in and arrived down on Saturday afternoon, reaching Victoria on
Sunday.
A man named Taylor met with au
accident at the Royal City Planing
Mills on Monday, and lost a thumb
and 3 fingers.
The Nanaimo relief fund, which
amounts to $5,500, will shortly be distributed among those for whom it haa
been subscribed.
Owing to tho increased demand for
canned salmon, the Bardine-paoking
busiuesB of Maine has fallen off one-
third this season.
Police court is atill quiet. On Monday morning John Schmidt appeared
on a chargo of breaking into the brewery and Btealing.   He got 6 months.
The Board of Directora of the Royal
Columbian Hospital acknowledge with
thanks tho receipt of $35.35, proceeds
of Hospital Sunday, Holy Trinity
Church.
Rev. Mr. Fraser, uf the Pandora-
at Presbyterian church, Victoria, and
Rev. Mr. McKay, of St. Andrew's
church, this city, exchanged pulpits
last Sunday.
At Mr. Clarksoii'u Store, Mary street,
lot of Tea, Sugar, Coffee, Oysters, Lobsters, to he sold at a bargain. Fresh
fruits of nil kinds, every 8 days from
San Francisco. oc"2!U7
Read the announcement in another
column of W. J, French's great sale of
horses and rigs. Mr. Goldstono is the
auctioneer, and the sale takes place on
the 7th Novomber.
A convention of temperance workers is to bo held at Kingston to consider the advisability of submitting
the Scott Act simultaneously in King-
stun and Frontenac,
We understand that the construction
of i\ round house at Port Moody is
likely to bo undertaken this winter.
The building will be erected by tho
Dominion govornment.
A business man who declines to advertise to be consistent should tear
down his sign—since advertising is
simply tho multiplication of his sign
twenty thousand times.
It was rumored on tho street yeBterday that three men had boen found
dead at English's cannery, but we
hnve not been able to traco the rumor
to any authentic source.
Tho snag boat haa beun operating
for somo timo about Sumas. Thore
aro a great many heavy snags about
that region, some of whioh are embedded 12 feet in the mud.
The str. Idaho arrived from Tacoma
yeBterday morning willi 21 passengers
and 105 tons of froight. She left
nbout 30 tons nt Tacoma for which she
could not find room this trip.
Cant. Grant complains that several
people aro engaged in ferrying across
the rivor, contrary to law, nnd in another column he warns such persons
that the consequences may he serious.
There is a groat deal of sickness in
Victoria, Tho malignant fever which
has beeu prevailing thore for some
timo, nnd which was supposed tu be
typhoid, is now pronounced' malarial
fever.
Tho str. Irving left yesterday morning for Hope where she wilt receive
another load of cattlo for this city.
She may bo oxpected Borne timo to-day
nnd will loavo for Chilliwhack to-morrow morning.
Hon. A. N. Richards, ex-governor
of British Columbia, arrived at Victoria last Saturday. It ia stated that
ho will becomo a permanent resident
of the province, and wo hope tho statement will bo found correct.
Among other petitions fur roads,
Mr. Ross recoived ono the othor day
'from settlers near Ferndalc, iu Wash*
ingtonTorritory! Those people must
think British Columbia has a considerable gold mine if it is to mako roads
for Undo Sam as well.
Mr. A. J. Hill, O. E., at Port
Moody, and several othor railway engineers along the lowor section of the
line, have beon discharged lately, lt
is diflicult to reconcile this action with
tho condition of tho work nnd the
professed anxiety for an early completion of tho toed.
Merchants in this eity are eontinu*
ally receiving ordors frum abovo with
thu request to send by "return mail."
Undor the presont Bervice this is aim-
ply impossible, na the outgoing mail Ib
invariably miulu up bofore tho incoming mail has boon delivered. This is
one of the beauties uf tho railway mail
aervico.
On Mondny next tho sale of the property given by tho Govornment to the
oity of Now Westminster will take
place. A few days ngu tho salo of lhe
proporty refused to the city of Victoria
liy tho name Government tuok place.
That's tho difference.—Victoria Times.
This is rather mixed. Tho Govornmont gavo Nuw Westminster only 3
lots, nnd none uf thom wore evor advertised or offoiod for Bate by tho city.
W. C. T. U.—Miu Moore delivered
a temperance address in the Skating
Rink lo a very large audience on Sunday night, and again on Monday night.
The addresses wore both exceedingly
clear and convincing, and tho deportment of tho lecturer on tho stage was
unexceptionable. . She carries away
with her tho bost wishes uf the people of the Royal City. Wo may give
a brief sketch of the lectures on
Saturday. ^
Sneak Thief.—On Sunday evening,
at Clover Valley, whilo Mr. Huck was
at supper, his store was entered by a
thief who helped himself to various
articles, including a quantity of tobacco. Noxt morning it was found that
the parson had boen visited, and his
new trousers wore missing. There Ib
a person upon whom strong suspicious
lmvo fallen, nnd if the case iB proved
against him he may expect to serve an
apprenticeship in tho chaingang.—
Coin,
Port Hammond Ball.—A correspondent snys: "Tho ball and supper
at tho Westcott Houso last Wednesday
was pronounced a success. Tho ballroom presented a very protty appearance in tho lamp light, being tastefully
decorated with autumn leaves, and
tilled with bright and happy faces.
Supper was served at 12 o'clock. The
tables, were provided with all the delicacies of tho season, and the most fastidious could uot but bo pleased with
the good things set bofore him. Dnncing was kept up till daylight, and all
went home delighted withj.tlio night's
on joy ment." -
Mechanics' Institute.—A meeting
of members of tho Mechanics' Institute was held on Saturday afternoon
when the president, Mr. J. 0. Brown,
handed in liis resignation, Mr. H.
Mathers, secretary, had' resigned some
timo ago. Tho meeting elected Mr.
H. M. Stramberg, M. A., president,
and Mr. D. Wilson, B. A., secretary.
It was resolved that au effort should
be made to collect tho subscriptions
still unpaid, and to place the institution upon a sound financial footing if
possible. Wo hopo the now management will more thau realize tho expectations of tho institute.
Sold to the Chinese.—Word has
beon received that the San Pedro and
her sister ship, the Sun Pablo—which
was built tu tako the place of the lust
Tacoma—havo been sold to the Chinese government for§1,500,000. Theso
steamers will be used to transport supplies across the Pacific to China, tho
San Pablo being already on tho wuy
with a heavy cargo of (lour and military supplies. The Sun Pedro will
have to undergo somo alterations at
San Francisco before shu can take a
cargo. At presont she has no lower
decks, and these will have to be put
ill, The C. P. R. R. Cu. have a large
stock of coal on hand and additional
sailing vessels will now bo put on in
placo of the Bteamer.— San Francisco
mws.
OaooYooa Lake.—.James Stitzel, inspector of .customs at Osooyor-s Like,
near the British boundary line, sends
us the following particulars uf au accident that recently took placo in that
section: On tho Kith of October four
mon wero coming down the Columbia
river from the Kicking Horse Puss uu
the Canadian Pacific Railroad, where
'they have been working thu) 'isiiininer.
Thoy came tu what is known as the
Little Dalles and attempted tu run
through with their small boat. Unfortunately for them they took the wrong
channel nud wont into a whirlpool
whero tho boat waa capsized. Ono of
the parties, fearing an accident,walked
around, thereby saving Iub life. Of
the threo remaining in the boat, two
wore drowned aud uno succeeded in
reaching tho shore alive. Tho names
of those who wore drowned woro Oswald Johnson, n native of Norway,
aged 21 years, lato of Minnesota, and
Walter Jones, a native of Wales, aged
50 years, late of Chicago, Itl. Those
of the party who were not lost were
Henry Owens nud Alfred Tiel. The
bodies of tho drowned mun have not
yet been recovered, and it is doubtful
if they ever will be. Tho Little Dalles is about twenty-five milea above
old Fort Colville, on the Columbia
River, and is considered a very dangerous piece of water.— Seattle Post.
Salmon and Salmon.— In the Portland Journal of Commerce nut lung ago
appeared n very interesting letter on
salmon, It was written by Judge
Swan, who has tho honor of being a
correspondent of the Smithsonian Institute, nud contains the following
statements: "Last year, 1883, Mr.
Joseph Spratt, of Victoria, li. O,
placed his floating cannery, the - Ark,'
nt the entrance to Beachy Bay, near
Itaco Rocks, Fuoa Straits, whoro he
caught, with gill nets, large quantities
of salmon on their way to tho FraBer
river. Thoce wero canned mid stuns.'I
by themselves in Victoria. After the
salmon hail commenced to run up the
Frusur rivor Mr. Spratt removed the
'Ark' tu that locality and finished the
season's wurk. At Mr. Spratt's request I sent samples uf both kinds
uf these canned siuinoii'to thu United
States Fish Commissioner in Washington with a request that their quality
be fairly tested.- They .wore submitted
to the judgment of such experts as
Prof. G. Browne Guude, of the U. S.
Fish Commission, and Eugoun Blauk-
fore, of Fulton Market, the Now Yot It
State Fish Commissioner. Prof, Baird
sent me their roport, in which they unhesitatingly pronounced thu salt salmon canned at Beachy Bay superior iu
color nnd flavor to tho same kind uf
fish after thoy had entered the Fraser
river. Tho samo rule holds good respecting Columbia river salmon, those
taken ut tho bar or just at the eut ranee
of thu river, commonly called 'Chinook' salmon, are known to every
fisherman and oantier to be superior to
those caught at tho Dalles ur Cascades.
In the deop waters of Puget Sound,
and notably at the entrance of Port
Townsend Bay and Admiralty Inlet,
salmon are tnkon with baited hunks by
trolling nearly overy month iu tho
yoar ; nnd tho winter Biilmou, which
more closely represent tho qiiiiiual of
the Columbia, is vory highly ostoemed
and commands good prices. Tlio win-
tor salmon are also taken in Fucu
Strait for tho Viotoria marltet, but
thuy aro not as plentiful aa whero tho
flsh run in from the ocean for spawning purpoBea iu tho spring and summer. Still this winter salmon fishing
may be developed hereafter, aud already Mr. Blackford has arranged with
dealers ou tho Sound tu send him winter salmon by tho Northern Pacific
Railroad fur tho epicures uf Now York
and Boston."
Lust.—In this eity, on Friday, n ring
upon which wero strung u $2M gold
piece, 25 ot. gold piece, small knife, and
a carnelian heart. The finder will be
suitably rewarded upon leaving these
articles at T, R, Pearson ft Co.'s.
From Yale.
Press Dispatch,!
Yale, Oct. 27.—Judgo McCreight,
Mr. Joseph Hunter, Mr. Angus, and
Mr. McLeod uf Drynoek, left to-day
fur Victoria. Mr. Kimball, of the
firm uf Kimball & Gladwin, died yestorday morning.
Though numerous causes may operate
to turn the hair gray, all that is needed
to restate the natural color is Hall's
Vegetable Sicilian HairRenewer, For
more than twenty years the sales have
been enormous, but we have yet to learn
of its first failure,
Clinton County Court.
(Judge Harrison presiding.)
Thu Attorney-General, on behalf of
the Province of British Columbia vs.
William Livingstone, late assessor and
collector for tho District of Lillooot.
P. Soues, Esq., government agent,
for plaintiff. This was au action to
rocovor the sum of §B00, the proceeds
uf collections made by the defendant
nn behalf of the treasury. After a
most patient hearing, tho court ordered the defendant to pay the amount
claimed and costs.
Tho Attorney-General on behalf of
tho Province uf British Oolumbia vs.
William Livingstone, defendant. Thia
action was brought to recover the sum
of $100 as penalty for a breach uf the
Revenue Act. The evidence proved
that a breach of the Aot had taken
place, and the court ordered the defendant to pay tho sum uf $100 aud
costs.—Colonist,
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Lytton Assize.
The following is a copy uf the presentment of the grand jury at the late
assize court at Lytton:
May it please your lordship:—We
the grand jurors in Lytton assembled,
beg to make the following presentment:
We deeply regret the large calendar
brought before us at this assize, believing that most of the criminal cases
connected therewith are caused by the
construction of a great highway thruugh
this province, thus bringing iu our
midst a large class of people unaccustomed with our laws and customs and
equally careless in the observance uf
both.
Having visited tho gaol wo would
earnestly recommend nn additional
apartment be mado to it for the convenience and comfort of our very ellicient and faithful officer, Mr. Frederick Hussey.
We would also bring to your lord-
ship's notice thu necessity uf u new
court house for this distriot, knowing
the present accommodations to be
totally inadequate ns to space and the
building now in use is iu no desirable
condition.
We entirely concur iu yuur lordship's remarks as tn the repeal of tho
preseut act in force regarding the non-
voters being exempt from jury duty.
We would therefore strongly recommend a change in this act, whereby all
responsible residents of thia district
may bo called upon tu sorve ub jurors.
In conclusion we beg to convey to
your lordship the high appreciation in
which you are held in this district,
and trust that you may lung be spared
tu preside ovor the administration of
justice in this province.
Thomas Sbwakd, Foreman.
Sprino Cleaning.—Every good housewife will renovate the entire house at
least every Spring and Fnll. Our systems often need renovating also, ami
there is nothing botter to make pure
blood and cleanse and regulate all the
secretions than Uurdock Blood Bitters,
preventing diseases incidental to the
season's changes.
Koyui Templars of Temperance
[Coin munlcu toil.]
This is an organization having a
double object in view. It is in the first
place a strictly total abstinenco society,
and no une can become a member
without taking the total abstinence
pledge. It is also a benefit society—
any person who can pans thu necessary
medical examination may take a death
benefit of 8500, $1,000 or 82,000, as
deemed advisable. Thero is also a sick
benefit department, for those whu desire to take advantage uf that. As a
benefit society, the following advantages are claimed:
1, The death rate has been, and always will be, luwor than iu any other
benefit order not conducted on total
abstinence principles. This fact is self-
evident. Thu average cost tu date per
annum tu carry $1,000 benefit has been
frum §5 to 912.50, according to tho
age at which a member entered.
2. Most benefit societioa levy $1 assessments un all mom-bora, irrespective
uf age, and hence thu young man who
enters at 20 years of ago has to pay the
same ra.o per annum as the man who
ontorB at 50, which ia manifestly unjust. The assessments in tho Royal
Templars are graded according tu the
age at which members enter, us in ordinary insurance companies, aud thus
thu burden is equalized so as to mako
both old and young bear a just proportion,
il, A member becoming totally disabled, and entirely unfitted fur any
employment or avocation, becomes
immediately entitled tn uno half the
amount uf bunelit carried—the remaining half to mature at death in the
usual way. Wliere tho bread-winner
of the family is thus disabled this is
certainly a valuable feature of the
order.
4. Both sexes are admitted un the
samo terms and entitled tu the samo
benefits, and children over 10 aru similarly treated. There is thus no separation botween husband nnd wife, and
all (lie members of the family over 10
cau attend the meetings together, and
partake of the benefits uf tho order.
As a total abstinence society it is
entitled to consideration frum tho fact
that, in addition to all tho sociil and
moral influences thrown around ita
members by any other organization,
each member in this has a strong pecuniary or business iutereat, whicli grows
stronger with each Biicceeding year.
A member, in fact, can't afford to violate the pledge.
In short, tho Ruyal Templars is
claimed tu bo lhe cheapest benefit
order and the strongest total abnti-
uonce society iu existence.
It is stated that 02 names have beeu
already obtained as charter members
for a council in this city, and a meeting is to ho held in the skating rink tonight (Wednesday), at 7:30 o'clock,
for tho purpose nf urganizatiun. The
publio is invited to be present, and
any furthor necessary explanations
will be made. It is hoped there will
bo n large meeting.
Hudson Bay Exploration.
ACCOUNT OF THE "NEPTUNE'S" VOYAGE.
Halifax, Oct. 14.—The steamer City
of Mexico, which arrived to-day from Ht.
John's, N. F,, brought among her passengers Lieut. Gordon, who sailed from
Halifax nearly three months ago on the
steamer Neptune, bound to Hudson Bay
with men and appliances for establishing
stations for the purpose of scientific observation. With Lieut. Gordon there
returned Dr. R. Bell, W. W. Fox, and
0. It. Tuttle, the secretary of the expedition. The latter, who intended remaining at one of the stations, was com
polled to return on occount of ill-health.
The steamer Neptune, under command
of Captain Sopp, Bailed from Halifax
with party on July 22nd. Wane's
Harbor, Labrador, was reached threo
days later, where letters wore forwarded
back to friends in Canada, and the ship
proceeded on August 7th. Nachvak was
left behind, and on the following day
Hudson Strait was reached. The weather in tho locality of the entrance was
heavy and loggy, and it was thought
more favorable progress could be made
when it cleared up, and tho Neptuue was
laid off for two days. Becoming finer
she then advanced.
AT THE OPE^iNO Ot THK 8TKAIT,
which is forty-five miles wide, the tide
was fouiid to be running rapidly; iu the
centre not so fast as tho side, where the
rato in some places wob fivo to seven
miles per hour. On August 5th, at Cape
Chidley, immediately inside of a fiat
point, the first observatory was erected,
entrance being made through Gray'B
Strait, between Button Islands, 'lhe
station was named after Burwell. The
man loft iu charge was placed on the
northwest sido of the Cape, facing a magnificent harbor, described by Capt, Sopp
as the finest between St. John's, Nfd.,
and Capo Chidley. The water in the
vicinity is alive with tod, and some of
the Neptune's crow spent their leisure
time in fishing, thoir catches being suited
and brought back homo by them. Tho
catches of several during the stay at
this place amounted to from fifteen to
twenty barrels. From Cape Chidley the
Neptune proceeded to Resolution Island,
but failing during two days search, on
account of stormy weather, to make a
landing, the steamer waa headed for the
North Bluff. This point is situated
•about half way through the strait on tho
north side.   Uu approaching it
THE HB8T ICE WAS ENCOUNTERED,
at first uot being very heavy, but afterwards becoming quite thick. The passage through, however, was effected
without any delay of consequence, and
the second station was established at a
placo named by tiie party as Ash's Inlet.
Leaving Nortii Bluff the ship crossed to
the south sido of the strait, a distance of
six miles, ond anchorage was found at
the north-west entrance to Priuce of
Wales Sound. In an inlet named Stu-
part's Bay the next station was put up,
and with Stupart threo men were left,
ouo more than tho number at the other
stations, on account of the extra distance
being necessary, more numerous scion-
tilic observations being required at this
point. Ico was also met on tiie way to
Stupart's Inlot, and in loaving it. Nottingham Island, near the entrance to
Hudson Bay, was next visited, and a fair
harbor found where Fort De Boucher ville
li-os established. At the previous places
called at numerous Esquimaux were met,
but hore and farther on there were fow
or none at all seen, though at one or two
points there were indications that some
of these people had made their habitation thereabout a long time ago. From
Nottingham Island the Neptune proceeded a little farther into the bay to Mansfield Island. The land hero waB found
to be low and barren, differ, nt altogether
from any yet seen, and the water surrounding it for some distance out from
the shore was shallow. Tho steamer
coasted around the island, but discovering uo harbor, crossed to Southampton
Island, lying in the north-east part of
tho bay, north-west of Mansfield, hut
there as woll no suitable anchorage could
be found. Tho Neptune wob theu put
ahout for Marble Island, a place well
known as the whiter quarters of whalers.
A detour of the bay was made, the steamer going seventy miles around the island to Rowe's Welcome. On Sept. 2nd
she anchored in the outer harbor at Marble Island, where a short stay was made,
not fur the purpose of constructing an
observatory but to make a short inspection of interesting points. The harbor is
peculiarly shaped, being land-locked, and
is not over three-quarters of a mile in
length. Near the shore is a graveyard
for those who
I'EUISII ON WHALING  EXI-EMTIONS
to the hay or who die from other causes,
and between 20 and 30 monuments of
peculiar construction have heen placed
over tho mounds, somo of which merely
represent the death of certain men, but
the remains of whom rest beneath the
waters. Aftor an interesting and profitable examination of Marble Island tho
party loft for Churchill, tho settlement
of the Hudson Bay Company on the west
coast, at the entrance to Churchill river.
There Lieut. Gordon arranged with Mr.
Spencer, cliief trader, to havo proper ob
serrations taken. York Factory, another
Company station at the mouth of the
Hudson and Hayes itivem, was then
made, and the party remained two days.
Here there is no hai hor, and the Neptune
had to anchor outside, but arrangements
were made, with Mr, Woodman in charge,
for a continuation of the observations lie
nas been regularly iiuikitijf for somo time
past. York Factory was left behind on
September 12th, and tlie Neptune headed homeward. At tliu entrance to the
Straits of 1 lings Island, off Cape Wilson,
the next station was placed aud named
Lnpciriere Harbor. Another attempt
was made tu reach Resolution Island,
wliich could not be accomplished ou tlie
way outward, but severe weather was
ugain experienced, and the vessel almost
met with a serious mishap, lu cruising
about on the morning of Sept. 'Jllth looking far a suitable harbor, she
KUIHJKM.Y -lUUI'iVl-LU
about i) o'clock uu some sunken rocks.
The tide, which iu this locality rises not
less than .S3 feet, wos fortunately coming
in at the time, and the steamer got off,
but having been griding heavily on the
stones, she lost somu twenty foet of her
keel. About I o'clock alio struck another Biibmrrgod rock with considerable
violence, uml several of her breastplates
were smashed, but this time she rebound*
ed and did not catch fast. The Becoud
blow caused a leakage of about two feet
of water per day, but this was kopt down
without much inconvenience. Finding
efforts to make a lauding at Resolution
useless the station intended to be placed
tin.'i e was established instead at Nachnuk,
about 10 miles distant from tha Hudson
Hay Company's settlement at that place.
With the exception of Hie accidents near
Resolution Island, the voyage of the
Neptune was not otherwise particularly
cvontful. At Nottingham, while proceeding through tho ice, two blades of
the steamer's propeller were broken, and
it was necessary to replace it with a new
one ou board, but this was performed
«ithmtt causing ay delay, being accomplished while the station buildings were
in courso of erection. At Diggs Island
the party amused themselves pursuing
polar bears, threo of which were shot,
and tlieir skins aro in tho possession of
Dr. Hell. SUrting from Cape Chidley,
the variation of compass wos observed to
be t'.i.HO west, and while continuing
through the strait, it increased, until at
Nottingham Island at tho entrance to
the Hay it was 52 degrees wost.   While
crossing to Marble Island on tho west
side of the Bay, it wa3 only 10 degrees.
The ordinary marine compass was found
to be of no service to the party, but one
of Sir William Thompson's compensation
compasses gave perfect satisfaction,
overcoming the local influence peculiar
to the neighborhood. The places where
the stations for scientific observation
were placed abound iu most kinds of
game, including wild geese and ducks,
and reindeer, und in some places tbe
water teems with trout, salmon, cod and
other fish.
       ■» —.
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clear complexion, are among the many
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possessor of healthy blood has his faculties at command, and enjoya a clear and
quick perception, which is impossible
when the blood is heavy and sluggish
with impurities, Ayer's Sarsaparilla is
the beat blood purifier and vitalizcr
known.
MWS FROM AU PARTS OF THE WORLD.
London, Oct. 13.—Mr, Gladstone's
decision to establish a protectorate in
New Guinea was brought about by reports of the great increase of the slave
trade on the coast. Labor vessels from
Queensland havo been seizing natives,
and in one instance ,18 natives were shot
by the crews. A British gunboat has
captured a slave-laden schooner and sent
the crew to Cooktown for trial.
London, Oct. 13.—Lord Wolseley
complains to the war office that hia advance has been paralyzed through the
failure of the commissariat and transport service. He says the railway to
the First Cataract has broken down and
the stores at Wady Haifa ore inadequate,
The camel corps was without camels and
tho equipments of the corps wore in a
rotten erudition. General Wolseley is
confident that the reported difficulties of
tho boats passing tho cataracts are greatly magnified, and that the low water
will be an advantage. The Canadians
think nothing of the rapids. The native
boatmen ore deserting. Cairo advices
state that the British officers Wilson and
Colville sailed from Dongola with a detachment of the Sussex regiment for
Merawi to investigate the reported murder of Colonel Stewart by tho Arabs.
Native merchants at Dongola state tliat
Gordon, Power and Stewart are still at
Khartoum, where provisions are plentiful. It is reported that Gordon has seut
a steamer officered by natives only to
Berber, whioh has returned safely to
Khartoum. Spies report that the Mahdi
is sending two large armies to attack
Dongola. One ia coming across ttie desert and the other along the Nile,
Cairo, Oct, 14.—The Canadian contingent has arrived at Wady Haifa. Tho
veyagcurs have aroused great admiration
for tlieir skill and pluck. They traverse tho rapids as if it wore child's play.
General Lord Wolseley says he is
charmed with thoir achievements.
London, Oot. 24.- Contrary to hu
usual custom, Gladstone in his speech in
the house of commons, last evening,
.read from manuscript the passage in
which he referred to possible reform in
the house of lords, lhe liberals have
agreed to refrain from partaking in any
discussion of the franchise bin. The
Time*, in a leading article, advises tbe
government to proceed with the subject
of redistribution as soon as the franchise
hill has been passed by the house of
commons. In that case the lords would
have no excuse for rejecting the franchise
bill. Tho Times likewise advises the
house to delay and then to direct its attention to the refo. in of its own constitution. Such a reform, the Thorn thinks,
would be best effected by the lords taking the initiative themselves,
Paris, Oct. 24,—Reports are current
here that tlio Chinese are pushing their
advance into Tonquin, and are about to
besiege Hanghoa.
Hanoi, Oct. 24.—The remainder of
the Chinese troops before Cliu have been
withdrawn. The Chineso there have abandoned their entrenchments.^
London, Oct. 24. —Tlio man-of-war
Rambler received ordors to proceed to
Chinese waters iu November.
New York, Oct. 24.—The failures
throughout the country foi- the laat seven
days were: lu the United States, 235;
in Canada, 23. The increase is divided
between the Western, Southern and Pacifio States and New York city.
London, Oct. 24.—The cabinet have
not yet sanctioned the advance'of the
Nile expedition to Khartoum. They
will decide the question before the return
of Lord Northbrook, British high commissioner, who is now in Egypt.
Wolseley will be ready by November
1st to advance from Wady Haifa to
Cartas.
London, Oct. 25,—The report that
England was about to mod ate between
France und China, with a view to au
amicable settlement of the present difficulties, was altogether without foundation. The Chinese government has given
immense orders for munitions of war
from Loudon, Berlin and othor cities.
Arrangements have beeu mado for a consignment of heavy guus and small arms.
Among purchases already made by China are five million cartridges which were
made during the Franco-German wnr.
These aru now being shipped from Loudon. Experts say tho powder lu theso
cartridges would not, at this lato day,
be uuable to yield a ballet from the muz-
zle ot a rifle. Earl t J run villi-, secretary
of state ami foreign affairs, iu acknowledging the intimation of the French
blocade of the island of Formosa, informed Prime Minister Ferry that the
Uritish government reserve tlm right to
question the validity of thu blokade, iu
as much as there has been no formal
declaration of war by France. The
Artny and Navy Qaxttte declares tho
Kieueli unable tu t-flcct n blockade of tlie
island. One-half of Admiral Cotirbut's
squadron is required to guard Kelung
and Tainsai, and only seven vessels are
therefore loft with which to attempt tho
blockade.
Paris, Oct, 25.—A telegram says that
Frnncu has declined England's overtures
to mediate in the Franco-Chinese difficulty.
London, Oct. 25.—In the house of
commons last night the franchise bill
passed Its tirst retiring without n division.
It will lorno up for its second reading on
Thursday.
HnuNSWtoK, Out. 25. -- A delegate
from the Bundosratll presented to the
I'rit'iswick diet, to-day, a totter from
thu Emperor William respecting the
claim of the Duke of Cumberland to tho
grand ducal throne, and approving the
measures of the council of regency
against the pretenders. The Nortii German lldwttv this morning published the
text of tho Duke of Cumberland's manifesto, and reprinted tho document in
which the Duko of Cumberland Informed
the Emperor William of tho death of
the ex-King of Hanover, and declared
that he (Cmulierland) wonld fully maintain tho rights and titles which ho had
inherited.
Tientsin, Oct. 25.—All princes of the
empire have been specially summoned to
attend an imperial audience at Pekin,
Nov. 2.
London Oct, 25.— Sir Moses Monte-
fiom received hundreds of telegrams,
congratulating him on attaining his
hundredth birthday. They came from
all parts of tho world, many from America.
Suakim, Oot. 25. — Abyssinian ad*
vices sUte that King John has ordered
Itas Alontn, the Abyssinian general, to
inarch on Kassuh in South Soudan.
Major Shcrmside is trying to prevent
this.
Alexandria, Oct. 25.—It ia stated
now that the Egyptian urmy will he reduced to 4,000 men with 18 English officers. The police force will be increased
to 3,000 men.
St. PKTKit.sium(i, Oct. 25.—La Patin,
nihilist leader, was captured to-day walking on Nowslcy prospective. He fought
desperately, but the police finally overpowered him. He cried to tlie crowd
that had been attracted by his struggles
to tell his friends that he was a prisoner.
Ho has been wanted by the police for
four years on a charge of having been
implicated in the murder of Gen. Mtz-
eneff. Twenty students, most of thein
sons of superior Russian employees in
Poland, and a number of girls of good
family, have been arrested in Warsaw.
They are charged with being nihilists.
BERLIN, Oct. 25. -The Post says that
Oyama, Japanese minister of war and
officers visiting Germany with him, are
engaged in studying the administration
of the German war office. They will
return to Japan by way of tiie United
States. They have adopted every detail
of the German system. The Post thinks
their mission will cement the trieudehip
of Japan and Germany, It Bays the
German merchants would profit by the
placing of German commercial resources
in Japanese's markets.
Port Jehvih, N. Y., Oct; 25.— It waa
snowing here this morning. Reports
from the west say that from 3 to (1 inches
of snow fell at various points.
London, Oct. 25.—Japanese advices
state that the Mikado has informed the
European mission of tlm creation of the
Japanese peerage. This consists of 11
princes, 24 marquises, 70 counts, 374
viscounts and 44 barons.
Paris, Oot. 25.—There havo been two
more deaths from cholera at Yport.
Physicians discredit the allegation that
the disease was brought to Yport by
sailors. They believe it generated spontaneously at Yport through Wont, privation anil drunkenness and dirt prevalent
there.
Pauls, Oct, 25. —Cabinet ministers
this morniug listened to Millot recount
his operations in Tonquin, and are entirely satisfied with Ins course. Millot
expressed tho opinion that reports being
received in regard to the preseut situation in Tonquin were much exaggerated,
ami the French, he said, were strongly
fortified and able to repulse any attack.
Paris, Oct. 25.—Tlie government has
decided to reinforce Gen. Briere De Lisle
in Tonquin, and Admiral Courbet commanding operations against China, by
fifteen thousand additional men. Orders
have been sout to Toulon to place transports in preparation immediately. The
French consuls iu various towns in China
have been ordered to go to Shanghai,
owing to tho menacing attitude of tho
Chinese.
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YESTERDAY'SJJESPATCHES
(Special to the Columbian.)
Loxnox, Oct. 28.—The ship Littlo
Beckon, from Ibralia to Rotterdam, was
wrocked; 14 persons drowned. The Irish
party lias decided to hold its vote on tho
frauchiso bill. This will reduce tho government majority to $5 on a division.
(Jmiontown, Pa., Oct. 28.—An explosion of lire damp, with results probably as fatal as those which attended the
terrible 'disaster at West foiseriryg last
January, when nineteen lives were lost,
occurred at the mines of Youngatcvn,
Coke County, four miles from here, last
evening. The explosion took place iu
jixth right hand flat, where about 25
men were at work ; five minutes later
there wns a second report, and immediately after flumes burst forth from the
opening, hlocki.ig up the avenues of entrance. News ef the disaster spread
quickly, and friends and relatives of the
doomed were soon gathered around the
pit mouth,but the fierce flames prevented
auy attempt nt rescue. After hours of
labor tho Haines wore sufficiently controlled to allow descent by way of the
air shaft. At this writing the volunteers
have been able to reach a part of the
mine, owiug the after-damp, aud it is
feared that the entire roof of the sixth
flat has fallen in. If this is the case, none
of the minors who were at work can be
saved. Men from other ports of the mine
who escaped after the explosion occurred
made an attempt to rescue their companions, but were unable to reach them.
Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 28th.—The Supreme Court, three judges affirming aud
two dissenting, to-day declared tho Scott
Liquor Tax Law unconstitutional. The
decisions in several pending cases were
all to this effect.
Syua'Tse, Oct. 28.— The six members
o! the Salvation Army sent to the penitentiary for violating a city ordinance
were last night released under a decision
of Judge Kennedy that the conviction is
illegal. The common council has passed
a new ordinance meeting the Judge's
ruling.
C." iho, Oct. 27.—A heavy division of
mounted infantry arrived at Assouan.
Rumors nre current hero that Khartoum
has fallen iutu the hands of tho rebels.
They probably emanate from Zehlir Pasha's people. The government heard
nothing of the kimi.
Loniion, Oct. 27.—A violent northwest storm prevailed last night aud today throughout the Uritish Islands and
neighboring seon. Houses were demolished at Shields. Vessels in the Clyde
weie driven from their moorings and
many small wrecks nre reported along
the coast. Koiir vessols were driven
ashore iiirtireeiiock. Incoming steamers report fearful weather encountered
at soa, A Bteamer from Lislton for Car-
dill' was wrecked at Potueance aud the
Gentian* cruiser Undine was wrecked of)'
the H.itiish coast. The crews of both
wore saved.
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Property belonging to the Ebenezer
Brown estate for sole by C. D. RAND.*
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anil 7 p. m. Kundny Mchool nt 10 a.m.
All nre invited. Jo7-tc-.
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* A. M.-The regular Communications of tills Lodge nre
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fe23-to Secrctury.
TEMPERANCE. —The W. C. T. IT.
meets every Wednesday afternoon at
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meets every Wednesday evening nt the
Skating ltlnk; musical and literary entertainment from 8 to ti. Every one is
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tho lecture room nf lhe Methodist Church
every Saturday afternoon at half-past two
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ia
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scute
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mo prompt relief, and ts tho moat effective
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Which lire offered nt I.OWISST IUTKR
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-AND-
I, kt,,
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IN GOLD AND SILVER.
CLOCKS, FROM S 1.50 TO $20
(Mill, Silver nnd Rolled Plate
JEWELRY
A large assortment of
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NECK CHAINS,
SNAKE BRACELETS,
LADIES' GOLD WATCHES. Stem
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A Hue selecllon ol the Intest styles In
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Knives. Fork*, RptMas. Be.
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hardware store In the Province.
Wmrhrs, Clerks Mi Jewelry rtptlffftf
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A REMARKABLE STORY,
But it amused her in the mean time
with a constant curiosity nnd frequent
pique, exercising over her imagination
something cf tho same effect which
her own waywardness had upon Harry, when ho declared thut it drew a
follow on. Whon alio got out of tho
at recta, and saw beforo her, walking
slowly, as if waiting for somo one, the
figure of this tantalizing and uncertain personage, thero waa a slight
quickening of Hester's pulses and a
flutter nt her heart. Ho had nevor
done anything of this kind before,
Mid ahe had a feeling that he hud not
watted for her for nothing, but that
some further revelation must bB at
hund,
"I saw you from my offico-window,"
ho Baid. "I nover saw any ono walk
like you. I know you at onco at any
distance, evon in a crowd. Do you
dis|iko so much walking alone!"
"Why ahould I?" sho nakod, quickly.
"I always walk alone."
uThat is no answer. Ono may hate
many things ono has to do habitually.
Vour walk saya that you disliko it. It
saya,   Hero  am I, who ought to bo
Suardud like a princess; but I nm poor,
have no escort of honor; yot horo I
walk, -A whole retinue, a body-guard
to myself."
HeBter's color changed from pale to
red and from red to pale, with mingled
indignation and pleasure. It occurred
to her against her will, that Harry
might have seou hor pass fur years
Without learning anything from her
gait.
"I havo to bo my own body-guard,
it is true," she aaid, "but why Bhould
I want one at all? It is felly to suppose a girl requires protection whorever
she goes. Protection! who would
harm met" she cried, lighting up with
an honest angry glow.
"I for one ahould not like to try,"
said Edward, looking at hor with a
look that was habitual to him when
they were alono. What did it moan?
A sort of contemplative, regretful admiration as of a nmu who would liko
to say a great deal more than ho dare
aay—a sort of "If I might," "If I
could," with an element of impatience
and almost anger in the regret. Thero
was a pauso, and then he resumed
suddenly, and without any preface,
"So it ia Harry—who is to bo tho
man?"
"Harry!" Heater gasped, suddonly
stopping short, us she had a way of
doing when anything vexed or disturbed her. Thu rapidity of tlio attack took away her breath. Thon
she added, us most people, nud certainly every girl, naturally would add,
"I don't know what you mean."
"Who elBe?" Baid Edward, calmly
"He has Iub freedom, and ho knows
how-to uso it. And I approve hiin
for my part, I am of the same opin
fon.   It should be 1 if I wore ho."
It seemed to Hestor that all the
blood in her rushed to her throbbing
cheeks and aching forehead. She
stamped her foot on the ground.
"Is it of me you dare to speak so?"
she cried. "Oh, I understand you!
When one has been brought up among
the VernoiiR, one knows what things
mean. You venture to tell mo thut
Harry is the man!—whoolse?— but that
you would have been so had you been
free—tho man," cried tho girl, with
blazing eyes that smuto him with
lightnings not of n harmless kind, "to
piok up out of the dust—me! like
something on the road-side."
".You aro very eloquent, my littlo
cousin," said Edward, "nnt that thero
is very much in what you say, but
your looks nnd gesture are as tine as I
ever saw. After all, though, is it
called for? When I say that Harry
is tin man, I do not suppose eithor
tliat ho is worthy uf you, or that you
think so. But you are a girl; what
can you do? They would not lut you
work; and if you could work nothing
but daily bread would oome of it. And,
my dear Hester, you want a great deal
more than daily bread. You want
triumph, power;, you want to boas
you nre by nature—somebody. Oh
yes," he Baid, going on quietly, waving
his -hand to avert the angry interruption which was ou her lips, "beliovo
me, it is so, oven if you dun't know
iti Aud how can you do this, save
fcy marrying? It does not make anything worse to rccognizo its real character. . Yuu must du this by marrying.
Harry 'is tho tirst man who offers. If
you woro to wait a little longer yuu
might do better, but you do nut feel
tliat you can wait. I do not blame
you; I should do the same wore I
you,"
All this was said very quiotly, the
speaker going on by her side with his
eyes turned to the ground, swinging
his stick in u meditative way. The
soft measure of his voice, with little
pauses as If to mark the cadence, exercised a sort of spell upon the girl,
who, with passion in all hor veins and
a suffocating sense of growing rage
which made her almost powerless, and
tuok away words iu tho very heat uf
hor need for them, moved un, too,
against her will, feeling that she oould
oxpres.4 herself only by tones of fury
if sho attempted to express herself
at all.
"Money does it all," said Edward,
in tho samo meditative way, "lum
•upposed to have ns muoh as he hns,
but I am tied to an old wuman'a
apron and would loso everything wuru
I to venture like he. Why should he
be free and I iv slave? I know no
reason. Caprice, chance, made it bo.
Ue might have been taken in at the
Orange and I at the Whito Houso.
Then I should hare been the man and
he boon nowhere. It is just su in life.
Nothing but 'money can set it right.
Money dous. You can believe in
Providence when you havo money. I
shall got it gnmed.,,: but, so far as
this goes, I shall bo ton late. Fur you
there are compensations," ho said,
giving a little glance at hor. "You
will Hnd him very manageable—more
manageable than many who would
have suited you better—than myself,
for instance. I should not havo been
docile at nll, even tu you, but ho will.
You otn do what you please with
him; there is compensation in all—"
"O'juiin Edward," said Hester, suddenly finding hor voice, "you told me
just now that I disliked to walk alono,
that I was poor, and had no bodyguard. I uid, who would harm me?
But you have proved that it wus
true, and Im fool.   I did want a budy-
f;uard, aome one to see that I was uot
nuilted, to protect mu, on a quiet
country road, from—from—"
"Yes? from—whom? An unsuccessful suitor; a man that always has a
right to bo insulting," oriud Edward,
with a nort of laugh, "to relievo his
mind. True! to bo sure, all theso
things nre truo. It ia quite right that
a girl needs protection. Men aro
stronger than she Is, nnd they will insult Kir if ft it ia their power: if not
in one trey, then In another,    The
weak will always go lo the wall. If
there is nobody to take caro of you,
and nobody to punish me for it, of
courso I shall treat you badly. If I
am not any worao than my neighbors,
1 dun't pretend tu be nny better. Do
you think I should have watted for
you to-night if I had not wanted to
insult you? because you were alone
and unprotected and unfriended," lio
said, with a sort of snarl at her, turning upon hor with a fierce sneer on his
face.
Hester was struck with a horror that
stopped her indignation in full career.
"Oh," she criod, "how <ian you make
yoursolf out to bo so ignoble, ao ungenerous! Even whon you aay it I
cannot believe it; to insult me cannot
bo what you mean."
"Why not?" he said, looking at her;
"you can't do anything tome. For
yuur own silko you wul tell nobody
that Edward Vernon met you and—
said anything that he ought not to
have said. Besides, if you wished to
ruin tno with her," he waved his hand
toward tho grange as ho spoko, "in the
first place, she would not believe you;
in the second place, if it came to that,
I should not much mind. It would be
emancipation anyhow; I should bo no]
longer a slave, bound to follow a woman in chains. If I lost in ono way I
should gain iu another. But I am
safo with you," he said, with another
laugh; "I am free to irritate you, to
outrage you as much as I please; you
will nut complain; and in that case
why should not I tako it out of you?"
ho cried, turning fiercely upon hor.
Hester was too much Btartled to retain the violent indignation and offense of hor first-impulse. She was
overwhelmed with pity and horror.
"Cousin Edward," she said, "you
do not mean all that. You did not
como hero tu insult me. You must
have had some other thought. You
must be very unhappy, somehow, and
troubled and distressed, tu speak us
you nro doing now. It comes out of
yourself; it is not anything about me.
"Oh yos, it is somethingaboutyou,
ho said, with n laugh. Then, after a
pause, "But you have somo insight all
tho samo. No, I'll tell you what it is;
it is money, inunoy, Hester—that is
what wo all want. If you had it you
would no more marry Harry than old
Rule; if I had it— And the thing
clear is, that I must huvc it," said Edward, breaking off abruptly. "I can't
wait."
Hester wont homo vory much bewildered, outraged by all ho said, yet
more sorry than angry. He had not
made any reply to her appeal for his
confidence, yet sho knew that sho waa
right—that it was out of a troubled
and miserable heart that he had
spoken, not merely out of wounded
feeling on the subject of herself. She
did nut know whether he understood
what she said to him on the subject of
Harry, or if that penetrated his mind
at all; but sho went home at once,
more miserable und moro interested
than she thought she had over been in
ber life. Had not she, too, drawn
some conclusion of the same kind
from her own oxporiencos—from the
atmosphere of tho Vernonry, so full
of ingratitude, utikinducBs, aud all
utieharitablenosB? Sho came vory
slowly home, nnd took no notice of tho
way in which Mildmay Vernon
squinted at her from Iub corner, and
the Miss Ridgways waved their hands
from the window. Harry, then, had
not como home with her. "I know
ho was not such a fool,'' tho male observer said to himself, and the sisters
laughed and talked in quito an outburst of gayety for some time after.
"Harry Vernon think of Unit girl!
Of courso he did not. Who would?
So ill brought up, with such manners,
and hair that is nearly red," they
said.
******
"They toll me you aro to bo congratulated, Hester," said old Captain Morgan.
Sho had met him taking his evening walk, and iu that, and in his aspect altogether, there wus something
altogether despondent—a depression
and air of weaitness that was not common with tho old man. She hud not
gone with him fur some days, aud perhaps ho had felt tho desertion. Tlio
first thing Hester did was tu draw his
hand within hor arm.
"You aro tired," she snid.
"Nut vory. I am a Billy old follow,
and always go ton far. I havo been
thinking of you, my dear; and if you
are to bo congratulated—"
"No, I don't think so, Captain Morgan.   About what?"
"About-— If anything bu important had happened you would hnvo
come and told mo, Hestor."
"I am glad you see that at last.
But yes, thero is something to congratulate mo upon. Nothing did
happen. Is not that a great deal to
say? Fur I waa tempted —■ sadly
tempted."
"My dear, I don't understand thnt."
Hester laughed.
"You seo, Captain Morgan, you aro
wise, and know a groat deal, out you
wore never a girl—uud a poor girl. It
would havo been bo delightful to put
my mothor back in her nice house,
and show Catherine—" Here sho
paused, somewhat embarrassed.
"What uf Catherine'?" ho said.
"Oh, not much; they woro, perhaps, when thoy were young, on different sides, My mother has come down
and Cuusiu Cathorine has gune up.
E should like tu havo put tho balance
straight."
"To bring Catherine duwn, and put
your mothor—"
"No, Captain Morgan. Catherino
is always good when she is with you,
I think I almost like hor then. I
would not harm her," said Hester,
holding up her head, "if I had tho
power to do it. But sho scorns every
one of ub; porhaps because we all consent to cat hur bread, I would not,
you know, if I could holp it."
"I know you aro ungenerous, Hester, in that respect,"
"Ungunorouat Well, never mind;
thero are more kinds of ungenerosity
than ono. I am going in with you to
toll Mrs. Morgan.
"I nm not sure," said the old captain, "though it is a wretched piece of
self-denial, that I want you to oome
with mo to-night."
Hester opened her great eyes wide,
"Why?" she said. It was tho ono
house in tho world to which she felt
she had a right.
"Tliat is nonsonso, howevor," said
the old man, "for of course you must
meet. Wu have got our grandson,
Hester."
"I hoard somebody had come, but
I thought it was a gentleman. I did
not know you Imd any—children—oxcept littlo Mury."
"Wc have none—In this world; but
do yuu think my wife would havo
beon what sho is with nover a child?
We all have our disabilities, my love,
I have novor been n young girl, and
ynu havo never beon an old—pair."
(To bo Continued,)
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And WO believe our customers will bear
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existing between h. M. Walker and
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name of Walker ft Howes, Is thin tlay dissolved by mutual consent. All debts duo
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liqueurs,
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In Quantities to Suit Customers.
Also, fn constant receipt, direct from
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County Court.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tin- nt-.vi silllu-jof the Comity Court
will hi; held nn H(-ilm--i(i<i.v (lie ,11 It ilny of
X->v i-m Iii-r. 1HH4.
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ocltd New Westminster.
NOTIOE.
sau: of L.t.\i> ox Ji.ivxi; inland.
NOTICE IH HEltEBY GIVEN, THAT
the vacant portion o( the cast half of
Keel Inn twelve, Mayne Island, will ho offered for unlonl public auction nt the upset
prleo of $3,50 por acre, nt tlio Lundi- und
Works Ofllce, Viotorin, nt 12 o'clock noon
on Friday, 7tli Novomber noxt,
WM. SMITHE,
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Ijinidsuiid Works Department, Victoria,
B. C. Dili October, 188*. oclOtd
3STOTIOE.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between WHllnm D.Purdy
nntl Tbomiis I-;. Ilendei-Hon as Tile nnd
BrlCk Manufacturers lias this day been
dissolved by mutual consent. All debts
due tho late llrm are to be paid to Thomas
E. Henderson by whom all liabilities will
be nettled. Dated 18th Ootober, 1881.
WILLIAM D. PURDY,
lSoolm      THOMAS E. HENDERSON,
NOXICE.
In the Estate or ttco. I'lbson, aceeaseil
Intestate,
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
above Estnto nro required to settle
such indebtedness forthwith: nnd all persons having claims ngninst the snid Estate must send1 In proved accounts on or
beforo tho Sth November next,
Dnted 8tli October, 188*.
E. A. JENNS,
wWtd Administrator.
NOTIOE.
PARTIES LOCATING AND PRE-
cnipting land are hereby notified
that land within tho limits of the Hast
ings Saw Mill Company's lease is not
open for settlement, and that any ouo
entering thereon will be prosecuted for
trespass.
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de8-tc Manager.
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Bridgo Foremen.. 3 50 to 4 50     "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class  " 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class 3 00 "
Masons 2 50 to 3 50     "
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to 3 50     "
Blacksmiths,    lst
class   3 50 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  3 00 "
Blacksmith Helpers  1 50 to 2 00     "
Drillers  2 00 to 2 25     "
Laborers    I 75 to 2 00     "
Hewers, Ist class   3 50 "
Choppers, Istclnss 2 00 to 2 50     "
Scorers, Ist class    2 50 "
All outside Inbor 10 liours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools,
All Employees to find themselves Bod,
Board and lodging.
Boarding Houses will  lie convenient
along the Line.   Board-~£5 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in tho Compnny's Houses.
Wages will lie pnid monthly, on the
10th of each month,
A.   ONDERDONK,
(Iknkkai. Manaiiur,
Office of thk Contiuotoiw,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1, 1833,
■ETOTXCE.
In tbe nutate of N, llli-linm). late or l"«p.
rnm, dreenseil Intestate.
ALL PEBSONS INDEBTED TO THE
nbove EMtatn urn re-iutl-crl to settle
auel. liideliMidnpHH forthwith; and ull per-
sons huvinu claims iiculii.tt the said m*
talc must send In proved nuooutiwonor
before the flth Novemtier next.
Dated 8th (iVtolier.MM.
H. A. JENNS,
oolltd Administrator
T-i-.X^X-X-
Showing the dates nnd places of
Courts of Assize, Nlil Priim, mitt
Oyer nml Terminer for the year
1884. _
SPRING ASSIZES.     *
(On   vam-ovvku  Inr.jANn.)
Victorin, Mondny. 7th April.
Nn imi lino ...Wednesday 4th Juno.
(On Mainland,)
New WostmIiisler,.Wodndsttny„., 7th May.
V«le, ... Mf-ndi.y,        luiiM-tv.
Kii]iil-in|is, Friday, ItOthMay.
C'l I nion,. Saturday,. tthJune.
BALL   ASSIZES.
[On Vancouvku Island.]
Vletorla, Monday 24'h November.
Nniialitio, Wednesday, 3rd December,
[On Mainland.]
Rloliltold, '.Monday,... 8lh September.
Clinton, ...Tiio*sla.v,...K1lh September.
Kuniliiops W'dn'sdny 8th October.
Lytton, Kntiiriliiy,..18lli October.
Vale Saturday,..'.nth October.
Now West., W'dn'sdny,]2th November.
2illh January, 1884. fe2io
DOMINION   (iOVKKXHKXT
SAVINGS    BANK I
New   Westminster   Branch.
DEPOSITORS AUK  REQUESTED TO
present their Pass Books for Insertion of interest up to the ttOth June, 1884.
Q. PITTENDRIGH, Agent.
N.AV.,Sopt.8,1884. so0m2
-sfb
Lund Registry Ordinance, 1870
Lots .Kos. n and 0, Block XXVII, in the City
ofXew Westminster.
AGKRTinOATE OV INDEFEASIBLE
titlo to the above mentioned lots wil)
In- Issued lo .lames Morrison on the Wild
duy of November, 1884, unless In the
meantime a valid objection thereto be
made to'the uudersltnied in writing by
some person clahiilngail estate or Interest In said lots or some part thereof,
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
:e, New WestmhiMe
Land Registry Oflico, XewWestm luster
District, til-d August, issi. au'il-nm
"Linl Registry Otto, W
Lots Kos. 8,8, 4, A. fl, I, 8,1), 10, II, 18,13,
14, ["lanil Iti. Hlm-!i II, In the Town of
l'nrl .llumly, 4'lnrlteV Survey.
W
I1EREAS. THK CERTIFICATE OP
Title of.|times Cooper Keith, James
William Harvey, and William Holland
Keary, to the ahove mentioned T,olK,ti(-iir*
liii-iluleihetlrddiiyof June, I8SI,has been
losl and application has been madeforn
duplicate or sueh certificate. Notice Is
therefore hereby given that such duplicate
cerllllcale will lie Issued unless cause be
shown to the contrary In writing within
one mouth from'the dale hereof.
lt. Vf. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Ofllce, Now Westminster,
4th October, 1K8I. loelm
NOTIOE.
VTOTIOE IS 1IKREI1Y GIVEN, THAT
1> slxly days aflerilale, I Intend making
application In (lie Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase two unsiirvcvcd and unoccuiiled
tfttnuds,containing l00 acres, more or less,
and situate nt lhe mouth of tho North
Arm of Fraser Rivor, {South brunch),
Snitlliwesterly from Secllon 114, B. 5 N., It.
7 W., New Westminster District.
JOHN BROCK.
New Westminster, B. C, Oct. 7, IR84.
8oc2m
tro—xa-—.
In re the Estate or BENJAMIN II. Wil.-
BON, Dr censed.
A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
JX against the estate of the laic Ren into In II. Wilson, of Granville, are horoby
requested to send in their accounts to the
undersigned on or before IWtli November,
1881, and all persons Indebted to the above
estate must pay tlieir accounts forthwith
to LOUISA WILSON, of Uranvllle,
The Executrix.
STEAMER NOTICE,
/-\N ANI) AKTEB SEPTEMBER 10th,
W iip-rlvor steamers wil! leave Now
WestmlJister
Wedne8d«y at 5 a.m, fo. Ohiluwhadk and Way
Ports, setubuiho same day.
aho satuudav8 at s a. m. for hope aho way
ports, returhjho monday.
thos. r„ unions.
sort Agent C. P. N. Co.
nsroTiCE.
Re Estate of* Archibald Macleod, M. D„
deceased.
A LL PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE
A. above Estate nre requested to make
immediate payment, to tlm undersigned;
and all parlies having claims against the
said Estate arc requested fo furnish thein
at once lu order that tbey may be adjusted.
HUGHES A ATKINSON,
Agents for the Executor.
October'i'lrd, IKH1. oe2oinl
NOTICE.
Mortgagee's   Sale I
TO HE SOLD UNDER A BOWER IN A
Mortgage Deed, thi' North East quarter of Section 17, Township ,H, New Westminster District, containing One hundred
and sixty acres, more or less, with tlio
improvements thereon.
Tenders nre invited for the purchase of
tho property above referred to, till 20th
November next.
The   highest   or nuy tender will not
necessarily he accepted.
Apply to
Drake, Jackson a IIki.mokkn,
oc2-ml Vletorla.
J. S. MCCUIRE, M. D.
CLINTON, B. C.
His great Remedy for I'otisumpllmi In
Its flr*4 or second stngc.
DR. McGUIRE WILL AGREE to euro
Consumption In lis lirst or second
stage under his advice and treat ment. No
fen required If not a perfect cure obtained.
Dr. McGulre treats all disease of tho
lungs without cod liver oil, Fellows' compound Syrup of Hypophosphules, or any
other medicines ndvcrtlscd for lung disease. The Doctor has made this disease
his specially for the last fifteen years.
Thorough examination and advice, $li>.
Those who ean uot visit Dr. McGuire, at
riliiton, It. V., should send a full and minute statement of their trouble with Sio,
and In return a full course of medicine
will be forwarded. There are good comfortable hotels nt Clinton for patients, and
the Olhnale Is the finest In the world; and
(he Doctor recommends those suffering
from disease of the lungs lo come to Clinton for a short time,
lliscilin ,1. S. McGUlBIO, M. D.
mill-, UNDERSIGNED 1IAVEKXTEN-
1   she facilities for
STALL  FEEDING,
On their premises at Langley Prairie, and
are prepared to lake cattle for winter
falcning or keep. Butchers and stock*
men who wish entile kept fat and In good
oiiler will (ind every facility, and modern le charges. The farm Is only Utilities
from  New Westiniuster, and Is  on  the
Trunk road, INNES BROS.,
nuOtc Li.agley I'ralrle.
Legislative Assembly,
PRIVATE BILLS.
A LL APPLICATIONS FOR PRIVATE
J\ Kills, properly tho subject of legislation by thoLcKlslatlve Assembly of British Collllllbia, wilhln the purview of the
"British Nortii America Aet,18<i7,"whether fnrlheerectlon of a Bridge, the mnking
of a Railroad, Turnpike Bond, or Telegraph Line; the construction or Improve-
nieiil of a Harbor, (.'anal, Lock, Dam, or
Slide, or other like work; the grunting of
arlghtof Furry; the Incorporation of any
iiartlcular trade or calling, or of any Joint
Slock Company; or ot henr Iscforgruii ting
lo any individual or Individuals any exclusive or peculiar rights or privileges
whatevor, or fortloingany mat ter or thing
which lu Its operation would affect the
rights or property of other parties, or re*
late to any parllcular class of the com*
inanity; or for making any amendment
of a like nature to any former Act,—shnll
require a Notice, clearly and distinctly
specifying the nature and object ofthe
application, to he published as follows;-
A nol Ice Hi tlm British Columbia (Invltr,
and In one newspaper published In tho
District atl'ee.led, or If there be no newspaper published therein, then Ina uewNiiii-
pci In lhe next nearest District lu which
a newspaper Is published.
Such notice shall be continued  In cueh
use for a period of at least six weeks, tiering tbe Interval of time between Ihe close
of the next preeeciilng Session aud the
coiisiilernllniH'f the Petition.
Before any Petition, praying for leave to
bring In ft Private BUI forfthe erection of a
Toll Bridgo, is presented to the House, the
person or persons Intending to petition
for such Bill shall, upon giving thcinot ice
prescribed liv the preceding nile, also tit
[lie same (line ami in thn same manner,
give notice of the rates which they Intend
o ask,Die extent of lhe privilege, the
.iclght of the arches, the Interval between
the abutments or piers for the pitHSnge of
rafts and vessels, and mentioning also
whether thev Intend lo erect a drawbridge
or nol, and the dimensions of the samo,
THORNTON FELL,
Clerk of the Legislative Assembly.
"toJHfo
NOTIOE.
NOTICE IS HERKBY OIVEN that we
Intend making application Id the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to lease for timbering purposes the following described lands situated In New Westminster Dlstrlcl:
1. Commencing nt ft post on the snore of
Gillies Bay, Texada Island, about one
inltc N. W. of Shelter Point, extending
along the shoro for a distance of UW
chains, with a depth of Ml chains, eon tain-
lug l'2m acres, more or less,
2. Commencing at a post on the North
shoro of Cardcro Channel, nearly opposite
Deubain Island, extending nlong ttie
shore for a distance of loo chains, wllh a
depth of 100Chains, containing una acres,
more or less,
:i. Commencing al a stake on the shore
of Hemming Bav, Thurlow Island, about
one-half mile west of Jackson Point;
thence following lhe shore line 120chains;
thence In a N. W. direction 211) chains;
thence Fastcrly Hit) chains; thenee South
to polnl of commencement, containing
;t500 acres, more or less.
HASTINGS SAW MILL CO'Y,
Riciin. It. ALEXANDRA
Manager.
Burrard Inlet, B, C.,:mth July, 18S4.
aulSto
ESQUIMALT ANDHAHAIMOR.R.
I OSTII.M TIHTM OFFIt'K,
Vu-nuil.., Hi.pl. 2J, 1881.
SCHEDULE OF WAGES
For Wliite labor on the Ksqiilmalt
■ml Xnnnlmn Railway.
Rock Foreman $.1 00 to 31 Ol per day
Earth Foreman 3 60 " 8 00     "
Bridge Foreman ,'l 50 "4 00     "
Bridge Carpenters  ;i oo     "
Blacksmiths, M class .1 f-0     "
Drillers 'J no "  l! \a     "
Laborers  17ft " 2 00      "
Hewers ;.  8 00     "
Choppers.. 1 "ft "  2 00      "
All outside tabor leu liours per dny.
All carpenters to furnish their own chest
tools.
AR employees IIud themselves hoard,
bed nnd lodging.
Hoarding Houses will be convenient
nlong the line.
Board, 81 per week.
It will not bo compulsory for employees
to board In the company's houses.
TURNER, BEETON & CO
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET ■ VIOTORIA.
-A-QHXTTS   1TOB ^
North British anil Mercantile
insurance Co, for Mainland.
-
H.C. BEETON itOOn
Ull Finslmry Circus,
London, E. C.
BUY THE BEST QUALITY
Union India Rubber Go
RUBBER BOOTS
Bowni-o of Imitations,
Be sure the boots nro tltnmpod CRACK
FROOFon the heels, nnd have tho Pure
Oiiin .springs on the foot and Instep, which
prevent their cracking or breaking. Wo
nre now making them with Rubber and
Asbestos Soles, which will make them
last more than twice as long as nny Rubber Boots made.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
All kinds Rubber Belting, Backing,
Hose, Springs, Clothing, Boots nnd Shoes,
Etc.    .        QOODYEAlt RUBBERCO.
U. H. Pease, H. M. Runyon, Agents,
nulii-im San Francisco.
To Railway Contractors;
AND OTHERS.
nVOTIOEL
a HIE MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY
of New Westminster nre prepared to.
oiler the sum of
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
'$M,0001 as a Bonus t o any person or company thut will build, maintain mid run it
Railway from the City of New Westminster to the Canadian Paclllc Rallwny terminus at. Port Moody. Said oilers to bo
sent In to (his ofllce on or before the Inst
day of November, 1881.
By order,        A. J. ALPORT,
aire.
Citv Clerk's Offloe,
New Westminster, Oth Sept., 1884.
10sc!*m
■
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CGMP'Y.
1 OliiBroadSt, ami 16*Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER.
Buildings, (Joods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,.
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships build* • '
Ing and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivera and ennuis, and
Goods on bonrd such Vessels, throughout;
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign.
Countries, 1
FROM LOBS OK DAMAtiK BY FIKKU
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,(500.000 STG-.
Rates of Premium- and every 'information enn be obtained on appliet»'vi„n to
W. J. ARMSTP.0NU,
Agent for Now WcshiiiiiBtor.
DR. AILEN'S
PHIVATB dispensary,
s>0<; K.»r , St., San Francisco, O.l.
of nidi intmtji.
(1UAIIAM * IIJISK,
Contractors.
•fcTOTJOEl.
NOTICE 18 HKRKI1Y OIVEN THAT
80duys nfter date I Intend muklnj*
apiilicatlnn to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to tense
for timbering |tnr|»>ses the following described tracts of land situate In Coast
District:
Tract No, 1—CommoticlriK ntnstukoset
on Hnswcll Point In Topuxe Ilnrbor.thenco
ninth 80 chains; thence west 1(H) chains;
thence smith to shore lino of TopaiO Harbor; thence easterly, following meander*
Inns of shore line to point of commence,
ment; contnlnliiK 1280ncres,more orless,
TractNo.2-Coinnienelnirat a stnko set
on shore tine of Chancellor Channel,
about 1)00 vards southerly from Shorter
Point on Thurlow Island; tlicnco south
Sll chains; thence west UNI chains; thence
north toiihorc line of Chaneellor Channel;
thence easterly, followliiK incandcrliiKs
Of anon IMP tO point Of commencement;
contiiliiliiK 1380 acres, more or less.
Tract No. fl~Commonclng at a stake sot
on the north shore line of Cardcro Channel, about due north of ffrceii Polnl;
thence north IflO chains: thenco cast Iim
ehulns; tbuiico south to snore line of Cardcro channel; thenee westerly, followlna
tucunderliiKS of shore line to i>nliif of
commencement; contnlnti-« iftM acres,
more or less.
Tract Na I -<"o-iiiiiciicIiik M- n Htako set
on north shoro Hue of Sunderland Chun*
md, due south of Sparks' Cone; thence
north wi chains; thenco wost Iim chnins;
Ihence south to shore Hue of Sunderland
Channel: Ihenoo westerly, following
mcandorliigs of shore lino lonolnt of (MUUi
■iiencement; containing lUHii acres, more
orless. J. II, UIIXESPIE.
Now Wosliullisliir,li.l'.,0ct. 17,1881.
l.'MIClllI
KsTAUHie ,.u ron hie Scientific) sua Snter Cum
or Or.Hosic, Nkkvui's ard Special Disuses,
THE EXPERT SPECIALIST,
Dlt. ALI.KN, AS IS WW.!. KNOWN, IS A
i-i-piiliir Ki'i-iltiiitt'il Mijjffi-liin, i-iluniti-d at
Ituwilnln Cnlli-p- nml Ibiivi-nlty cf Michlcnn. He
liimilrYi-ti-il n ltfi-tini.-to tliiotinl; of tlie trent-
input nial emu nf dlieUM witliin till iiiecltdty.
-z-oxtno ntx.im
Anil MIIUII.K AUKtl MKN, wliiinri-«utli-rlii|* frill
ilioelftcti of Youthful  llidlM-relloili nr V»;i
la timtariT yc-iif, NMivni'N Hint I'iivhical VtMLVtx,
iHttntWt, host M.tNH<-ni>, ri-nfuiluu of Mmi,
dull ejus, iivorilbn to socioty, -Ic-jioiiitvitry, -iim- -
jili-n nil tliu fin-, li'H- ef i-n.-i^v ami mi'iii-uy, I'm- •
qnoncyof nrinatim-, etc.
MY   HOSPITAL   KM'EIUEIVCK ,
(IbiYlnc lii'i'ii (.nip-on in cl-iin-H of two li-ui.:f,f|t*
liimiillid-ij eiiiililei* tiie tu ti i-iit all private truu'itji,
with t-xi-i-lli'iit rriniltH, I M'i-ih It illpitiiictly uii.t*-r.
Rtoo-I tliat I iin not clidni tu |-t-rr<>rni liiijiiimtl iH-
tli-a, or to liiivij miruciiluii* ur iiii|iernntiiriil iiawer,
I claim only tn In- a -killfnl ami Mirccnufttl Hliyil.
cilia anil Surgi-on, thoroughly Infornn-il in iny
ii-ecliilty—
DI8HA8E8 OF  HAN.
All n|t|i1)diiK to im- will rm-lvi- my huneat
opinion of tlieir cuiaiilalat-i—Nn rxju'riiiirntlait. 1
will itnarauteu it jm-i||lvu ruin In every ca«e I un*
il<-i|jiki'. oi ■ forfeit JI .mid. Ciianiiltnltuii III ftlkt
or bj teller rilER nml xlrlctly jirlvnte, CliarsH
reaumable. Tliorongli cisni inn tinti, hicliiilius
clienilcal iiml iiili-ruM-oi'lriil iiiiii1j«I» of urine, .nil)
ailvlc*, tA.OU. Oflico louri, tl to ,'l dally, 0 tn I
oveuliift-  Sunday, tl Id 13 only.   Cnll or nil<lr<-M
OR.    AI.IjKN,
'JiiJi Ki'iniu-)■-ilreet, Sim Krauchcn, Oat,
43- IteniemliiT, tlm Doctor Imi a VtnETiBU
COMPOIISI),  tlie   rt'KllH   Of Ill-IIIT   yfiHTt  of n'll'l'lal
liraotlceniiilliiiiiUlinly, wlilcli, umler liln s|u-t-lal
advice, liai never filli-tl n| incCCH Iti the cure of
Lost Manhood, I'huitatormira, elo.
THE GREAT EKGLTS1 REMEDY
lannevrr-rniliag
Cure for Nerv-
ous Debility,tiiu
hnustrd VititV->-
of a ny K i»*l.
Weaklier Pftt-
/.Ijiiji Krostno.
tui■■l»^qii,arid nlil
lb?. leiTJlittj 'itf.
hti-Adfyfi^i&mt
lollies, and eXOMSfl Iu u,r,Uws-yrtir8,
DK. MINTIK will hftvee to forii-it
Fivo Huiidred Dollam for n east of
this kind Die Vital llOKtorntho (under
his sju'ciul ndvico nnd trcntiucnt) will not
cure, m- (or anything Impure nrinlurioiii
round In It. DK. MINTIK tr^ts all DU.
taut HicresElully wltlmtii mercury.
Consultation Oct). Thorough elimination nnd advice, $tV00. I'tk-c af Vital
RCStoratlVC, $•■) Ofl n bottle, or Tour
times the qunmit;, $10-00; -tent fo an;
ndilrt-M iii'iin receipt of firtca. or 0 O. D,,
aeeui-i-fn>"i (jbrtMiitloii, nud In nrlvAtt
name   If  rli-urd-l, by A. K. MINTIE*.
M.n.
Those who cnnnol Villi DR. MINTIK"
tn San KntncUoo ihould send a full ami
tnlniilo aiiitfment nl ilteir trouble* vltb
fjiaft-OQ, nml In retura a full cnitrao of
Mi'dioini' will lie fsrwarded, ircnrctf
|-(ickfl. ju an nut lo excite rurloilty.
All onion tor mf-diclo* ti. 0.1), mtut
bo aerompniilod with $1.00 (nc a guaiv
iititpfi of good faith), which wilt lit du.
dueled when the (mchnge in ihlnpid,
HAMIM.K 1IOTTLR FIIRK.-Sent on
n|i|ili(-ii(ii)ii hy teller itnting Bymjiioma^
Hi-x nml nge, Contnunlcatloni itrletly*
conddentiat. jny3l-ly
11 Kearney Hlm-I, *mm I'ranrluo, Cm..

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