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Efcrj Wednesday & Saturday,
ROBSON BROTHERS.
IFFIOE, COlUMBI»!sifcEt.^m««lt'oE TO tn-
thial tin Bitnnii MmrmiiiT thmmh T.».
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TIIIO   DADCD   puiybn found on file tit
Into rArtn «•*. r. uow..i**.>.-
•.owHpupor AiWartfiuig Oinvnu <10 Sjirltco St.),
vhoro ■^y^rtiilnf wotnclt tu»y be Made fur it In
ITS
- (Bea.'Hl.Wirtdi'»y*iMitHti'*i.)    ' '"■
The Court conltitti'ted at 11.30 on
Tho Grand, Jury was composed of
the following gentlemen:—H. V. Ed*
moiida (foreman)/ J,, \V.: Howiion,
R. W,,Deane, *J: 0. Armstrong,.Chas.
McDonough, H. EiokhoiT, D, Mills,
F. Briggs, John Hendry; Jus. Wise;
H. McRoborts, Goo. C. . Webster,
T. VV. Harvey, H. Elliott, 0. G. Major, find J. B. Lord, Esquires.
ADDRESS TO THE JUUY.
His Lordship delivered an address
\o the Grand Jury which occupied
fully an hour. Ho commenced by expressing satisfaction at the changes
tnd improvements in the building, and
jongratutated the jury and the com-
luinity upon the extreme lightness of
.he calendar uud evident diminution
jf crime—there being only two cases
jf any' importance. Ho traced tho
utlinos of - the ease of tbo Queen
.gainst Forest and the cross one of
be Queen against Powers, m doing
ivhich he toolt pocauion to animadvert
n tho strongest tenns upon the practices leading up to the crimes charged
—the too free use of intoxicating
iquor, expressing the fullest approval
jf the act of Powers in refusing admission to tho Telegraph Hotel of nn
ntoxicated peraun. aud intimating
■■hat ull publie-houso keepers would
U» well to act upon tho same priuui-
ido. Referring to tho heavy calendars
n times past, His Lordship express-." 1
ASTONISHMENT
it finding that he was almost entitled
:o a pair of white gloves at the hands
if the jury. This happy change he
ittributed in a groat degree to tho cir-
nunsUneQ of tlio corporation having
.visB.y provided itself with* Polio*
Magistrate. He eUpatiated Upon the
idvantagei of having all the lighter
n-iines'suniiiiarily punished by moans
Jf such a tribunal, pointing out that
n thia way the disadvantages of not
laving a resident judge wero moro
than compensated for, inasmuch aa
irinie Was more speedily punished and
.ppoals were toss frequent.
Adverting to the Fraser river
FISHERIES
:Iis Lordship salt! ho had been very
nuch surprised and gratified by statis-
lics furnished by Mr. Hughes, Govorn-
uout agent, since arriving in the eity.
krom these statistics it appeared that
there wore, within n distance of about
welvo miles, as many canneries, the
trobable average output of which was
intimated' at 16,000 cases for the sea-
Ui—representing au aggregate money
'alue of *?800,00l). Thoaverge num-
)or of hands employed for four months
In tho year whb 300 to each caunery,
inking an aggregate' working force of
600 persons, which, at $35 a mouth,
mid represent an average dtsburse-
ent by each cannery of -$42,000, or
i aggregate of ov#r
HALF A MILLION
.id out for labor alone in four,
uuths. Ho then referred to the
ore indirect benefits resulting from
is great industry in the employment
Indian labor, and much credit was
ven to New West minster for pro-
[iting the elevation and improve-
ent of the Indians by so employing
om, iUtjti£ that, in raporting the
arked diminution of. orime, particu-
itrly amongst fiie Indians of this part
If the province, it would become his
|uty to point out to the Dominion au-
horitios that it} was in a great niea-
ure owing to this industry. "
rere some
There
FOUTV THOUSAND
ndians in the country, aud-if other
luimminitieB followed the laudable ex-
unple set by,-New yVeattpmster the
dvantages to the country would be
[-.calculable, I
Turning from the contemplation of
ubjeets calculated to impart graduation tn every friend of the country,
lis Lordship': next proceeded to ex-
iress the deepest regret on account of
■ie j._ '
• DlrUtUTROUS FfcOOl-8       , " ■
iy which some portions of tlio countiy
ad been visited, and in some instances
ievastated. Ete'considered that hore
/us a priiiJer^ofecaSion for Government
iterp^ttwn'|l)emlll|mdli sb as to enable
ie more iftifortuiiato settlers to
icover tliemselv,^. jJBuJi,' this public
tlamity had its useful lessons, whieh
will be well fpr tho people to road
id turn to practical me. Ono groat
.use of '.the overflow of the delta
mis-was the impedimenta. to tlie free
reep of the outMnt-oanaud by ihe do-
isit of drifts ^fttf «fort should bo
ado to 	
KEEP  THU CHANNEL- CtlAH,
id he was glad t«i notico that the
ember for tlie District had succeeded
obtaining an* appropriation for tliat
irpose.
<(Yii.lt.uml m Third I'aje.)
a
j<(!oo;i
Ity..
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY, tKJNE 24, 1882.
m^
NUMBER 50
JVench hydrographew find the water
of the Mediterranean Sea to be salter
and deno.y--A.W-* in thyAtlMikn
Herr gfiftfetHhha-ty recemly mado
experiments disproving a common
no Ion thnt sunshino affects the draught
of i chimney.
] Extended microstjopicaloxiimiiiatioiis
..s e convinced Prof. Reinsch that
con I is largely formed of remains of a
-low' order of marine life, and not en**
tirely ftbm laml rfantsi*.    ,- )
Nm-My.-per cent of the yellow sand
trf the Sahara desert is found to be
quartz grams, the angles of which are
•remarkably rounded—evidently , by
attrition through the,,, actjgn of the
wind.
Kaltellbacli has described an astonishing number of insects as found on
some kinds of forest-trees in Europe,
only comparatively few of which aro
particularly destructive Thus, 537
species are injurious to the oak, and
107 are obnoxious to tho oliu; tlio poplars afford a livelihood to 204 kinds;
tho wiHows yield food to 3!)6 species,
the birches harbor 270, tho alder 119,
.tho beech 154, tho hazel-nut 97, and
the hornboain 88. Among the con-
iferouB trues, tho junipers feed 33
Bpecies, and 299 species prey upon tho
pines, larches, spruces and firs collectively. Little is known of tlm number
of insects which attack the trees of tho
United States, but it U undoubtedly
largo.   '
The coal required in London for"
lighting purposes iind motive power
Sir Henry Bessemer would have burned at the mines from which it is procured. Tho coal's energy might then
be transmitted to tlio metropolis over
a copper wire in the form of electricity,
at a vast saving of expense. Mu estimates that 84,01)0 Horse power, requii hij
an annual consumption uf over a
million tons of oal, might in this way
bu conveyed to Ltitluoti over a single
coppor wire one inch in diameter.
An important advantage of the pliui,
iu addition to the saving in cost, is
that tho combustion of so large an
amount of noai at a distance instead of
iu the city limits would considerably
reduce tho quantity* of smoke iu the
London atmosphere.
The great earthquake record of
Mallet catalogues between 0,000 aud
7'OI.H) earthquakes between the yours
ItJOti B. G. and A. D. 1842. Probably
the most memorable of theso is the
terrible earthquake whieh destroyed
Lisbon In 1755. With scarcely a
moment of warning rumble, a violent
shock eame which overturned the city,
arid iu ilx niinutea "OO.nOb^eranTis had
perished aud a portion of the town was
permanently engulfed at a depth of
(100 feet below the surface of the bay.
The shock was folt with greater or less
severity over a great area, extending
from the Baltic to the West Indies
and from Canada to Algeria. Humboldt estimates that a portion of the
earth's surface equal to four times the
size of Europe was affected.
Of tho inconceivable minuteness of
certain forms of life, some of which
are of vital concern to mankind, Prof.
Proctor says; "The minute organisms
capable of inducing changes analagotis
to the fermentation caused by yeast
have received great attention of late
years and several important diseases
aro distinctly traced to them. Be-
ehiimp estimated that 8,000,000,000
of germs of one micro-ferment only
occupied ono cubic twenty-fifth of an
inch. Not one of these minute
bodioa could develop except by carrying oh complicated processes. of a
chemical nature, involving very nethe
movements of its atoms and molecules.
The mathematicians have made calculations founded on the pressure exerted
by the gases, and other considerations,
which show that a particle of the sort
of muttcr—siu-h as albumen aud
protoplasm—chiefly concerned in life
processes, contains in a space of one
cubic thousandth' of an inch moro
.molecules than any .one could possibly,
form any .conception . bf. Sor,by(
taking a probable meun of such calculations, supposes ouo cubic thou-
ssudth of an inch of water to contain
'3i7(K)lO0Ol0{ial00O.O00,;. moleaules. ;A
sheet of ordinary not-^mper il about
one-hundredth of an inch thick. One
tenth of this would, of course, be one-
thousandth of an inch, and a littlo
square box of. that she each way
would hold tho amazing number of
water molecules mentioned; Perhaps
a few thousands of suuh molecules
may suffice for somo manifestations uf
life, but even if many millions should
bo requisite for the structure of the
humblest and simplest gurin, wu could
never expect to sue tho actual beginnings of life."
It is not generally known that a few
sprigs of cedar bush mixed with hay
or any kind of litter for hens' nests
will keep them entirely freo from hen
lice. ; >M* ■
Take no' 'mere nauseous purgatives.
1 tin-dock Blood Bitters act mildly, pleasantly nnd' thoroughly upon tho bowels,
and occasion no inconvenience, while it
regulates- tho Liver and Kidneys and
tones tho enfeebled system. Trial bottles
10 cents.
Rheumatism is greatly dependent on a
vitiated condition of tho fluids, and may
be eliminated front, tho system by cleans-
ing tho Blood and regulating the Kidneys. Burdock Blood Bitters; will do
this most effectually. Trial bottles 10
cents.
l)rbnsy Is easeiitttilly a watery oondi-
tion off tho Blood, dependent upon disordered kidneys. Hunlork lllootl Hitters nre strongly Diuretic, and consequently the best-known, remedy, acting
as it does upon, the entire 1-hioretory System.
ft.T.WILLIAMS,   BOOTS and SHOES
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RtJLER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files Of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc, neatly and cheaply Bound.
OoYcrrtment;Stn-f,t* VjctoflH, B.C.
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN,
HEAT H0 EN'S
Boot i
DRALIilt   IK
ifflEEAL MERCHANDISE
GRANVILLE, B. I.,   !
MORTON' HOUSE,
SPENCE'S BRIDGE,
On Sunny Side at Thompson River.
mHK   ABOVE   HOTEL   IS   NOW
l    open for the accommodation of the
l'ultHc, ami the proprietor will endeavor
to deserve a fair share of patronage.
.   The very best of Winks, Liql'OUs and
Oioaiis will always bo kept,
C.   MORTON.
July 1, 18S1. auO
Contractor and Builder.
PLOTS anil SPKI'IFICATIOXS CAKE
FIIUY MA OK OUT.
t        ALSO AIIEST  KOK TIIK
Asphalt Roofing Company.
Tills is tlie BEST and CHRAPKST
Rnofmg now in Use. Call and exnminc
model roof.
■T-f' Shop cottier of Mackenzie k Clark-
son Streets, Now Westminster.     apl2
FIRE INSURANCE.
TIIE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, - £3,000)000 sterling
Risks accepted at Current Rates of
Premium hy
'•'•■   JOHN C. BROWl*,
Agent for New Westminster.
ColnmhiaSt., New Westminster.
SELLING OFF I~~
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
THE KNTIUR STOCK OK
Furniture,   I'lftures,    Mouldings,
Wall Paper, und Undertaker;**
floods,
In tho Store lately occupied hy David
Withrow.
Onlem for Goods' whieh nro not on
hand will be filled from Victoria on short
notico.
For furthor particulars, apply on the
premises, Columbia Street,  New Wei*
initiator'' or to
J.   SEHI,,
Vietoriii, B. C.
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., Niw Westminster, B. C.
saw riMM,   kkv num..   lock-
hhitii. niTMItV <*lt«lAl).
MI-MORN Nll.tHI'K\i:i>,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned artrt Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Sale,
I mlHTlluH Monti* d, nnd (icnernl Krimlr-
lilK ni'till) ilmic.
Ammunition of all kinds. A full assortment of Re-loading Tools, and everything
required hy a. .Sportsman. Rifles, Shot
Guns! RKVoLVJ-nw.and-Fisiiixo Tauki.k
for sale. d24y
ADVANTAGES OF THE
GOAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils of Petroleum
. for Illuminating Purposes:
THE . BEACON LIGHT is
an Oil of High Test with a light gravity,
which makes tho Oil a protection against
explosion.
One Ordinary Burner gives a (Brilliant) Mtflit <Miii»l to Tt*u Candle
rights!
Its odor is not offensive.   The  Helicon
Light OU ia
FREE  FROM  SMOKE & SMELL.
In point Of Economy, the Beacon Light
Oil tB
lehs rM'i\sm; than other oils.
*i Tho Consumer binning one light—-for
Pour Hours*—will njiteottsumdVivvrOne
Gill, or one thirty-second port of a Gallon, which does not tax the Consumer
inure than Two Cents for a whole night.
OPFK\lIEIMER,RROS.,
M Hole Agents, Victoria, B.C.
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
;R, THOMA|..
Shop under thonew Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbiast., New Westminster.
H,
HAS OPENED THE. STORE AD-
joining the City Hotel, Columbia
Street, where he will sell, oheup for
OASH:-
Groccrles,
. Tobacco,
Cigars,
I'MKllCS, tl'C.
liy careful attention to business he
hopes to merit a share of the Public
jlfttronaye.
Now West., April 20, 1882.     .     ap22
KSTAB118HEI) 1S59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Scarly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
rpHE  LARGEST  AND   CHOICEST
JL    assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly ou linnd, and supplied tu Families, Restnurnuts, and Stetimljuats lit the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND—
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OP KVF.RY  DESCRIPTION,   :
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Aflssortment; from $25 to **(t0,
—AT—
It ACiVALL & CO.'S
MUSIC ' STORE,
KOYEKNMKNT STRKKT,  VICTORIA.
J.  BAGNALL,
PlAXOFOUTK A OllOAX TlT.VKR it ItBlU IU Kit
SEVEN THOUSAND!
JLO*R*ElS'
DYKED LANDS
for sale:
The undersigned offer
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IV LOtfe TO SOIT,
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Liberal Terms or I'nymrmt given to
Bona tide Settlers.
These Lands uro of excellent quality,
il a lart.
the plong!
nml a largo portion of them. is remly for
gli.
oc8
WOODS ,t TUUNEH,
New Westminster,
E. k JOIINSON,
'   Viutoris,
C. B. SWORD,
ltiverside,
(At BRUNETTE MILLS.)
HAVING ENGAGED THE SEIK
vices of Air. Jas. Brians, and
fitted our Shop with u set of firut-ehiss
Tools, wc nre in a posit km to turn ont
tho hest quality of work in this line,
my 1K DkBECK BUGS, k CO.
8UUAR OoATkD.
Vbubtabu
Ilifjt.ly ^commended
Tor Hill-iu*-nrKM,
ilcntMrlir, <on*>
htiliKilniijndign-
lien, WnlnesH, Ilnrll.urn,
Iin<l Mrtmtli. Im* of Ap;
iM'tlfr-, .Inunalrct Ion* of
ii'iutwy, Hour m-hiihcIi. "Uvfrjom-
ilaiut,oriii'yilin<v^iiriM^rnm*tti|(l(om-
u'li, Itowrlxfif Kltlni'.vri. TW!rftft nto,
.tijl'l:.nillVioii;:liiiil'livlniclioii, From It 03
)i|llsi.iiulo^.
Vim. '!5c WM BOX.
iReiYAL  CITY
m
X X. IBX X *B»|.
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFAOTUM:
—Al.l. DESCRIPTIONS OK—
Rough k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,    j
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Planing, Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Shaping,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to ordev With the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH   OASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
MANAUKk,
J.H. PLEACE & CO.
IMl'OltTl*Ita AXDOEALKTIS IN'
HA8BWA1I
STOVES,
BANGES,   toO., toO..
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hnnd. at
tho LOWEST MARKET HATES.
Tinware manufactured on the premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to,
ll<H IlllOOk'S STOXE 111 II lNM..
Sew Went minuter.
GO TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
rjO.OTS  AND SHOES OF EVERY
)   dosorintipn nuuie to order, and repaired, from an
INFANT'S  StlOE
—To   A—
xa.jk.zret  boot.
The highest CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
OrrosiTH the Hank.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 OtD Broad St. and 10 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSUR1NO HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings-, Goods, Wares, Mcrelum-
dise, Munufaoturing aud Funning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges nnd other Vcs*
sols on navigable rivers anil, ennuis, and
Oooda on board such Voesels, throughout
Great Britain nml Ireland and in Foreign
Countries.
FROM LOSS OK lUMAGfi HY FIRE.
Subscribed and Invented Capital,
£l,(300,OdO'STG.
Rates of Premium, and evtry information can bo obtained on application to
W. i. AltJISTRONU,
Agent for New Wcetminuter.
COLONIAL
HOTEL
COLUMBIA STREET,
New   Westminster, B. C,
HAVING PtfiiOHAHED, AND
. . completely re-furoiiilHuI and
otherwise grently improved this
well-known establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce titat it is
now
For-the reception of Guests.
Convicutly located and well appointed in every department,  with
BATH ROOMS
And nil the most modern appliances, it will be found in every
respect the best, nu it is the largest
nnd most commodious, Hotel on the
"ftlainlamli
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best
niiumgenicht both as regards ODISINB
and attendance, and parties desiring
them can have comfortable 'Private
Dlnlllg Rooms, with special attendance.
The
BAR   ROOM
Is stocked with tho choicest Wines
and Liquors, and the test brands of
Cigars will always be kept on hand.
The
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious nud well appointed, and
provided with Stisahlk's Patent
CUSHION TABLES,   tlie best in
SW Good attendance'and moderate charges.
J. E. INSLEY,
Ph'OPltlETOB k MAXAOEtt.
ApriH, 1882.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD       INL-ET.
Newly Built nnd Kcwly Furnished,
Large nnd Commodious.
ONE OP THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view   of  that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Kailway.
SHIS    01'   ROOMS    FOR    Ft ..lll.lt>.
Sir Visitors and Tourists will find it a
(juiet and pleasant resting place.
Tho scale of charges will bo found to
be strictly1 moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
10SEPH  MAKNI0N,
PltOPIUKTOIt.
0R0 RESTAURANT
COliBMBI* STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
(KSTAm.lSHKIJ 18(10.)
rpIUS WELL KNOWN AND MOST
JL conveniently locntcrl establishment,
liiivinc boen pnrclmscd by the under,
sitmoil, will be conducted ns a FIRST-
CLASS
BOARDING    HOUSE,
Under the personal superintendence of
Mits. Daooett.
rw :k it Tmw. m s
Board k Lodging per Week
Boartl'alonc per Week
Single Meals
3(i 00
Boawi'alono per "Week  o 00
Sliiulo Meals '...      50
iSrTho Mail Stages leave, this House
for Burrard Inlet twice a day.
S, VV.  DAGGETT.
Mayfi, 1881.
CANARY BIRDS.
k FKW CHOICE SINGERS KOK
A Snlo. ut 95.00 euoh. Enquire nt
the Colninliln Homo.
J. CCNNINCHAM.
New West., May M, 1882.       myelin
in §nh ox to gUt-ft*
FOR RENT:
rpHEEAOLiS HtlfEL, FRONT-ST.^
1 New Westminister; opposite tho'
H'liarf; with il Littmse;
Apply to
HENtiV V. BttMONBa,
Lan(|PAge^t;
BRICKS FOR SALE.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER flAS A KILN
X of excellent brieltH for aalb cheap;
Dclivei-y anywhere,  ii
i X; McKAY.r   |
New Wesfcmin'stcri   , ,
.runes*; I8B1H "   -'; ' jn23
FOR^SALEf
ONE  PORTABLE'   STEAM   SAW1-
mill, now at work near Lytton and
in good condition. .
For particulars eiujuiro of
JAS. J-ifcRlri)
Lyttoil*
Or A. B; FERGUSON^
my 17-Im Proprietor, Clinton.
FARMS, TOWN LOTS,
AND  OTHER LANDS
FOR   8AI&.
MONEY TO LEND
AT REASONABLE RATES.-
W. NORMAN BOLE,
inylti-2in  '      Bakuiktek, New Weste
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Riverside Parm.'Mafeqtii,
IN WHOLE  OU PAHI-i
/CONTAINING THREE HUNDREO
\j iicroB Dyked Land, of which 2fi0 acre,
ccnild easily be pnt under crop for next
season,
WITH 1VIIARF SI) FKKT FltOST. md
AtHPl.1l BARS ASH  0THKB
Bl'IliBISfl   ACCOMMOBATIOJf,
Apply to.
C. B. SWORDi
ocS     . ■'■'Ilivei'side'.
DAIRY  FARE
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
qiHE   FAR1M   CONSISTS OF  320
L    Acres, in Nicola Valley, known aa
P. L. Anderson's Ranch, of which a part
is suitable for crop.   It is situated abort
3 miles from the Publio Hall and Bofld;
A1ho-7» Milk I'aiia, Churn, and all,
the implements necessary for PalrytngV'
Also—20 good Milch Cows. .
Apply to
P. L. ANDERSON,
apotc   ,   , Nicola Lake.
FARM for SALE
THE UNDERSIGNED BEING DE<
sirous, ou account of failing health,
to retire from business, offers for sale his
first-cliisa Dairy Farm, situated on Sumafl
Prairie, consisting of S20 acres, of which
about HiO acres are under fence. There
is a good Orchard on tlie place, Dwelling
House, Dahy, Barns, Stables, kc, kc
The Dairy Stock, Horses, kc, will bo
sold witli Farm if desired.
Tkums—One half of purchase money
payable at time of purchase; tho balance
at reasonable rate of ititercst on time to
suit purchaser.
For particulars apply to
CHESTER CHADSEY,
my24-3m * Sumas,
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOR   '
Church or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason & Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, witli 2 full sets of
reeds, sub-bass, octavo coupler, vdxhu-
mana, grand organ, nnd knee swell, 8
stops. This organ is now used in thu
Methodist Church, and is sweet toned
nnd in good order. Will be sold for $150 |
cash, ns it is intended to procure a more
powerful one. This is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T. tt. PEARSON & CO.,
Stationers k Music Dealers,
fe-Itc New Westminster.
FOR  SALE:
mHE    UNDERMENTIONED   1-KO-
L    pert}'.
City of New Westminster:
LOT   4, BLOCK in,
"     10,       " 3'2,     .
•i    12,      " 82;
"     7,      " I),
"     12,        " 24.
District of New Westminster:
I.ot 210,  Oroup I., Nortii shore Tort
Moody,
Lot  102,  Group I.,   South sido Port
Moody,
Lot 11(1, Group L, nonr Hastings, Bar-
rare! Inlet,
Lot 302, Group I., False Creek,
Lot lit), Oroup II., South liank Eraser
Kiver,
Lots   147, 148,  ISO, Group IL, South
bank, Eraser Kiver,
Lot Win, Group IL, South bank Eraser
Kiver.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
mhlS Land Ajjont.
WANTED:
A     GIRL   TO   DO   GENERAL
^\_   Housework.
Apply lo   MRS. J. CUNNINGHAM,
New Westminster, June 2, 18e2.    jn3
■■■ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Hay for Salo.  W. Kae
Notico'to Mariners....... .^F. Revely
Candidate. J. Kirkland
Special........ Moth'adist Church   i
the gttH^li'(©jilfifibiiitt.
r-Jtiturilii}  Horning. June '.'*, 1882.
To the Erectors or the District
ofKewWcslBinistcr:
(iEXTlElftfJi—I beg to announce
myself a candidate at the ensuing
election ie represent you In the
Provincial legislature.
I shall talfe an early opportunity
or placing my ylcWs before you, and
hope soon to Visit the Various settlements and meet as mstti'yoY you
as can make It convenient lb eomej
together.
JNO. ROBSON.
niKhtoncd Journalism.
rjne can scarcely take up a copy
of the Standard nOwSpapor tho col-
uuitiB'of which do not bristle with
sack'terms as "chameleon," "jacki/1,"
"Judas Isoariot," "Honest  John
ic, 4c, as applied  to the editor of
this journal; and these epithets are
industriously culled and ' re-echoed
by our local coiiteuijxmuy.    Now,
to this very peculiar aud significant
stylo of argument (1) we do not object on our own account.   As tho
good-natured coal-heaver said of his
infuriated spouse, at whose 'hands
and tongue he was receiving unmerited abuse, "It doesn't hurt oi,
and it pleases ahe."   Everybody understands perfectly that recourse to
calling an opponent naughty names
'tsindiofttive of a bad cause; and if
>we 3iad no 'regard (ot tie ionor of
the "Fourth Estate," we should feel
.pleased rather than annoyed lo find
*oW poiitioal  adversaries driven to
Utich desperate straits,   It was once
remarked by Sir John Macdonald
himself, "Yon will always find, in
an ♦31'Oiiard, the most sticks  and
'eftoties 'at tlie foot of a good tree,"
and wo have reason to feel proud of
the number of "sticks and stones"
thrown at us by envious and infuriated opponents.    In the language nf
the old Scotch verse:
""9<ho mair tbey speak, I'm kontiod the
better,
E'en let them clash;
An auld wife's tongue's a feckless matter
•Togie yin fash."
Hut whilo not at all objecting to the
Billingsgate of the organs, in so far
aa we are personally concerned, we
do object to another habit they have
of misquoting and garbling our articles and then constructing their
own false theories and conclusions
upon tho emasculated extracts. It
has been said that "tho dovil can
quote scripture to suit liis own purposes." Charles Lever, in his Davenport Dunn, describes tlie leading
characteristics of our contemporaries
■of tho Standard and Guardian to
tho very life, when he says: "Ono
grow his facts like raw material,
•from which tho other manufactured
tho Curious wares with which he
amused his fancy." Take, for instance Monday's edition of the .Standard, It artfully cuts in two a
paragraph in which tbis journal
spoke kindly of Mr. Hett, in order
to make it nppear that wo referred
to that gentleman in insulting terms,
aud it has the audacity to lecture us
for "disgraceful journalism"! In an-
otJier place it misquotes this journal
in order to make us say ill-natured
things about Mr. Williams. As for
tho lessor organ published in this
city, it is for the most part content
to manufacture from the raw material grown by its chief tho curious
wares with which it amuses its fancy.
But after all, why should wo object?
Is not the opposition of these journals a thing more to be desired than
their support) Is not their abuse
better than their good-will? Yob,
Yob.      ________
The Resident Judge question.
Mi. Justice Gray was both eloquent aiid interesting in his able address to the Grand Jury on Wednesday morning.   But when undertaking to persuade the jury and the
public that it was an  advantage
rather than a grievance to be with-
out a resident' Judge, he became
amusing.   First   camo the "broad
grin," then tbe unsuppresscd laughter, wliich had the effect of reminding lis Lordship that he was talking
to an assemblage of intelligent, reasoning men—not a lot of fifth-form
school-children. When he undertook
lo prove tbat the reduction of crime
ita this part of tho Province is attributable to the absence of a Judge of
the superior court he attempted to
prove too much.   If this be so, it
must be "rough on Victoria" to have
three judges huddled together. If
the absence of tho single Judge to
wliich New Westminster is justly
entitled operates in this way, what
is'tho effec't of'the stated presence of
three in Victoria? Surely it must be
awfully wicked there! And if the
absence of the Judges exerts such a
very desirable influence as His Lordship claimed for it, would it not be-
come the cliity-tfNlie Government to
remove them altogether from the
province, in order that, all the communities may enjoy this wondorful
immunity from crime? Or, to extend
the principle still furthor; mightn't
the absence of Judges bring in that
'millennial era when crime shall cease
upon the earth ? We have no doubt
Judge Gray is quite sincere in his
desiro to continue his residence at
Victoria; but he 'bust exduse us if
we cannot believe in the extraordinary doctrine enunciated on Wed-,
■lesday. At the assizes last fall ho!
made an equally extraordinary but'
very different speech on the same
subject. Upon this occasion he was
certainly Were agfeeahre, if less logical.      	
Moodyville IHIU.
The change in the management
of this establishment is of sufficient
importance to entitle it to something
'more than the cursory notice we
were enaoled to give on Wednesday.
The Hon. Hugh Nelson, the retir-j
ing manager, is one of the early
pioneers, and has been prominently
identified with most of tbe principal
political movements and enterprises
of the country. Amongst those
■who fought for Confederation nnd
representative institutions, he was
chosen as the first Mpres-sutotive of
this important District in the Dominion Commons. Having creditably served for a parliamentary
term, he was deterred by business
considerations from seeking re-election ; but, upon the death of Senator Carrol, Mr. Nelson was appointed to nil the vacancy, and he is consequently now a life member of the
Senate of the Dominion, and will,
we feel assured, be always ready to
render good service for the.Province
in general and this District iu particular. We are not aware of what
plans Mr. Nelson has formed, but
understand it is his intention to pay
a somewhat lengthy visit te his
native Ireland. It is to be presumed,
however, that he will not remain
permanently away from tho Province in which ho has spent the last
twenty-two years of his life and
with the history aiid political struggles of which ho has been so closely
identified; but wherever his lot may
be cast he will have the best wishes
of the very large circle of friends
which his sterling character aud
goodness of heart have drawn around
him in British Columbia. His sue
cessor in the management of the
mills, B. Springer, Esq., J. P., is a
native of London, Ontario, Coming
here some ten years ago, Mr. Springer has been connected with the
Moodyville establishment ever since,
and he has for several years held
positions of great responsibility and
trust, and has developed into a first
class business mm. The Company are to be congratulated upon,
their good fortune in securing the
services of a gentleman so well fitted
in every -respect to fill the important and responsible position of manager of tlieir large establishment.
Whilo, therefore, there will be a very
general feeling of regret at the loss of
Mr. Nelson, tlie circumstance of Mr.
Springer having been chosen his
successor will ga far towards reconciling people to the change.
case. Shall an effort be made to. do
justice to tho great fish industry of the
Pacific Provinco ? Considering our remoteness and tho expense attending
shipment by rail and steamer, it would
le the duty iff'the Government to step
Rlrwatil anil lit the very least pay all
transportation charges, fur it is of no
little importance to the province that
full advantage should be taken of so
eminently favorable an opportunity to
show'ehe assembled rerfrestfntariven'of;
the nations specimens df our great sea-
wealth. Whatever is to be done in
this matter should be set about without
delay, and whatever is done should be
doho well.
Editorial Notes.
Six would-bo deserters from the
penitentiary were brought up before
the Court on Wednesday to be dealt
with according to law. To the surprise
of many it was found that in some instances tho offence was committed in
1880. One objoct in punishing these
attempts to escape is to deter others
from trying it, and, in this view,
prompt punishment is essential. What
tho effect of delaying trial and sentence
for two years will be upon the convicts
generally eannot be doubted.
Tho timo for Canada to send in her
samples to the International Fishery
Exhibition has been extended to September 1st, and It is understood that a
special effort will bt made to secure a
first-rate exhibit from ths Canadian
fisheries, There is no province In the
whole Dominion that can command
the material to make a better show of
fish than British Columbia, and this
extension of time will exactly suit her
Hay for Sale
T
IHE UN»fcKfJ*M'El*> HAS
OP GOOD
TIMOTHY HAY
For Sale, at 920 a- ton, delivered oil the
whftrf, 4)ro[wi4y balctl.
WM. RAE.   I
New Westminster,
Me 23* 1(88!
..jn24
DOMINION DAY
CELEBRATION
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Saturday-, Inly % 1882,
.   Reception Committee:
MAYOR ANP COJJNC.IL AND GENERAL COMMITTEE.
J. W. Howisbx,        0. 'S. CoWis,
Treasurer. Hon. See.
t»e EXclELsiM nm Band
Wilt lie in attendance during the
■Any.
Music and BallComMIWek;
Cnpt. VeAe, H. V. fedmonds, Wm.
Moresby, J.C. Hughes, W. H.Keary.
HORSE RACIKG,
On Agnes Street.   To commence nt 12
o'clock sharp.
Committee:—W..,T. ArntfltroHg, 0. C.
Webster, H. Elliott, W. B. Towiiaend.
1st Knee — 4,-mile hcate; 2 in J. ht
pri-jo, 830.00; 2nd prize, $10.00.
2nd Race—500 yards, heatsf 2 in 3. 1st
prize, $15.00; 2nd prize, $5i00.
Winners hi 1st race to be excluded
from 2nd race.
In 1st race riders must wear distinct
colors.
In nil races 3 horses must run or no
mcc.
Kntrance money, ten per cent, of 1st
prize iu each race.
Kntrnnce for 1st and 2nd race to be
inadtt. entrance money paid, nnd riders'
colors declared, with J. W. Howison,
Est]., Occident Hotel, before 9 a. in. on
day of race.
The decision of committee to be final.
BOAT RACING,
To commence at 2 o'clock.
Committre j—-Cant. Irving, J. Wise,
W. Johnston, M. M. English, 1>. Chis-
liolm, A. Ewen.
1st Race—1-oaved gigs; prize, 840.00.
2nd Race—2 pair sculls *(fishing bouts);
prize, $10.00.
3rd Race— 1 pair 8Ciri.B( "pri-M, S5.00.
Entrance—1st race, §2.50; 2nd race,
50 cents; 3rc) race, 50 cents.
If three boats compete fctVe sYcoltd is
to have entrance money of race.
Canoe Race—11 Indians iu each canoe;
prize, 822.00.
GAMES AND (-.PORTS*
To oommence at 4 O'clock p. m.
Committee:—J. A. Webster, D. Mills,
Hon. T. R. Mclnnes, J. Orr, J. A. R.
Homer, W. I). Ferris.
Foot Race (500 yards); prize, $5.00.
Married Men's Race, 200 yards (handicapped); prize, keg of beer.
Foot Race, 100 yards; prize, {2.50.
Wheelbarrow Race,   100 yards;  prize,
82.50,
Boys' Race, 150 yards (under 15 years of
age); prize, 82.00t
3-teggcd Race,  100 yards; prize $2>50.
Running Long Jump* prize, §2.50.
Running High Jump; prize, $2.50.
Standing Long Jump; prize, $2,50.
Standing High Jump; prize, 82.50.
Running High Jump with pole; prize,
82.50.
Putting tbe Stone; prize, 82.50.
Tossing tho Caber; prize, 82.50.
Quoit Match, 18 yards; prize, 85.00.
"       "       10    " "   keg of beer
Kntrnnce fec--2fi cents.
Decisions of various Committees to
BE FINAL,
A FRKR BALL
To be given lil   the   DRILL SHED.
Dancing to commence at 8 p. in.
God Mave fHB Qvnfai
NOTICE TO FISHERMEN
AND OTHERS,
THI8 IB TO GIVE NOTICE THAT
tilt! curing 01 SJALMd-l ilKI.Ul'S,
apart from the Backs, is hot allowable,
unless the remainder of ilie Fish be utilised (at food, either by salting or otherwise,
ALEX. Ci. ANDtit-SOtf,
Inspector Of Fishwies,
Now Westminster,
30th May, 1882,
my3Mm
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
tliat a Court of Eevisfpu will bo
lieftl at the MunicFlHil Councit'Cluunbers,
oh, Satukdav tub 15rir D\i? ot JUI.V,
11*82, at 12 o'clock noon, for mo purpose.
orWrlng coinpluiats, if any, tigainst tbe
Assessment Roll for the year 1882.
By Order,
JAMES ORR, C. M. C.
New Westminstor, Juno 5, 1882.       jn7
$256 REWARD!
mHE.^BOVE REWARD *AlL,L BE
I Tiiild by the undersigned for such
infO'i'mutiou as will lead to the conviction of the party or pftrties'whb, on Sunday tho 21st May list, staHefi fljfis™
Suburban Lot 1, Bloilk 12 (west of Douglas streot cemetery), and on tjiu ridge in
the rear of Sapp'erton, wherein/ a large
quantity of cordwood nud other property
was destroyed.
HENRY ELLIOTT,
JOSEPH WISE.
New West., Jane 6, 1882. jn7-lln
GREAT SALE!
1
GRAFTON   FARM I
THK SUBSCRIBER Will OFFER
for sale by
PVBL.I&      AtlCTION
—ON—
TilMi m Jfljytt,
MiaTly his WHOLE HERD of THO-
ROUGH-BRED
SIMT-IIlM WU CATTlE,
ConYp'iteg. OYER TWENTY HEAD
of choice tnSfflMS, Muding fl Bulls aud
Bull Calves.
CatalOjaes wittl Ml pedigrees will
shortly bo issned 'and forwarded by Wiail
to numerons parties, and furnished to
persons attending on day df'&rre.
A number of PURE-BRED
BERKSHIRE    PIGS
Will also be offered M same time.
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock noon.
Tkiims—AH sums under ono hundred
dollars, cash; over that amount, oiw-lmlf
cosh at time of Halo, and on balance four
months' credit will bo given on being
furnished with Approved endorsed notes
bearing interest at rate of ten per cent,
per aimiiW.
James t. steele.
Grafton Farm,
Spulluinuheeii, B.C, May 25, 1832.
(Wyl)'
RAE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
Next Door South qf Colonial
new westminster, b.c.
has  always on  hand a
Varied stock of '
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
Groceries,
Dry GOods,
Clothing,
Crockery,
Glassware,
&c, toe.
Jl'Sf BBdilYUB-A CUMPLETB
STOcKtH?
MILLINERY GOODS
Including Novelties in Fiinoy Straw
Hats   and   Sonnets,  Flowora,
Feathers, Laces, Plain and
Shaded Watered Ribbons,
SatinS, Colored Velvets, VoIvotSela,
and Flush,
NEW DESIGNS ih TIBS* RUfFLiS
MATS AND  BONNETS
Made and trimmed, and Satisfaction
giiamntotlrli
BERLil. arid ZEPHYR WOOLS,
(&-A1I Goods «old at feasonabltj
rates.   Call aiid Inspect tWf aloci.
WM.RAC,
ap22 Columbia Street,
T. R. PEARSON I CO.,
—IsifOEIBBa AND DkALKKS IX—
looks & Stationery,
"PAKGY G@«,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
Sooth Sid* on Oouisuhi Sr,',      ;
New   Westminster, B. 0.
The largest and best-sdootBd stock &   '
Miscellaneous Books
on ^/Aai|kUh|Et otBtfttah Columbia,
comprising History, Poetry, Biography,
Science, Fiction,, and General.(jiteraiure.
A full stock of the Seaside Library just
received, including tin latest nnmcern.
School Books.
All the authorized books for Public and
High Schools.    Also, School Requisites
" 11 grout variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
y-Books, Drawing materials, etc.
u
Blank Books.
A Very lairgo iMsortment, imported direct
froih the intthmftcturers, ombrticftg all
stae****, slmpc-i'Mm qualities.
Paper -& Envelopes.
This depai'ttncrit U Very coinj-Hct***, and
as the gooas liiive been purchased from
the "manufacturers, on the most favorable
tenns, prices wHl compare favorably with
those of any atffcV cstablislViperijt n-^tho
Province. Foolscap Pa-perk, Letter Papers, Note Paper*},, Bfll ftcMs.^tatemcnts,
IMciuovanuii'iii, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, and other Papers. Some beautiful
designs % PKhcy lNoto Papers from London and Ph|J3. -An hrtmensestOdttnJ Envelope 'oif-p, styles-, 'mon nnd prices.
Fancy Groock
A very large variety of Fancy GooiIb always ou hand, to Which additions Wc be-
iiVg constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A very large and co*niplete stock of miscellaneous articles stich iVs 'are usually
found in a stationery I'stubliBunicftt-.
Bpeeta'ol'cii, Eye*>Glftiiest
.   Playing Card*, VUlllngCarilK,
BnHlaeis Cdrdu, Card Ubard,
Card Caves,  Vfttfef, Gomel*
Inks of nil klsitlf-,
Ink** iin di—utaln and fnttcy,
Pliutv. Albumh, Picture*,
Atttflgraph Albums,  Toj-m,
Scrap nook*, pnrsei,
Willing Drttk*., Gold Pern.,
fcaVtlW Work Baskets,
(•(--.Hitmen'.. DrriAlng Cases,
Splints, Velvet Frames, ton., ton.
Pianos & Organs.
Having made unusually favorable arrange-'
ments With some of the lending Piano
makers in Boston, New York, Baltimore, and elsewhero, we are able to offer a
FIRS-T-CLASS PIAjVO
at little more thnn tins heretofore been
asked for a very inferior instrument. We
have the exclusive -igciicy [\\ llli'sl Province
for the fli.e Pianos manufactured liy Henry F. Miller, of Boston. A number of
these Pintic-***:, imported by us, are now in
this city, and they are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRICE
over brought**, into this ^ouniry. We are
ulso hgeiim for tho Kiuilte Pianos, the
Steiuwoy, the Weber, the Decker, and
others, any one of which we can supply on
the most favorable terms.   We nre rig'.'.its
in this province for tho Dominion Organ
f.0'8s OKaiM (of IJowmitiivllli!, Ont.). and
W. Heft & -to**, totfatti (of Guelph,
Ont.); iind tlio lending American Organs.
Persons Intending to Puroha-si
a I'iano or Organ of any kind, Canadian,
American or Kiiropean, will find it to their
advantage to communicate witli us.
Sheet Music.
Tho largost assortment of Vocal and Instrumental Music to be found anywhere
oh the Mainland. Solos, duets, trios,
ijuartettcs, choruses, both secular and
sacred. A fine collection of the very best
Piano Solos, carefully selected by soitle of
tho bent pianists In the east. Sttei*t music
sold at New York prices.
Music  Books.
Always (*n hand, it good assortment of
Instruction Books lot Piano, Omtl; Violin, etc. Tho new and enlarged edition
of Richardson's Piano Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music1 Urtokfl,
both vofjttl iind Uistnimental. Music hot
iu stock will be ordere'd promptly.
Insurance.
W6 ate agonts for the North Hiuti.sh
AND MtlulAKfn.i! KlKK IJsuliANoi: Co.;
Capital, 110,000,000 ; Losses paid, ta,-
000,000; AliWi the Coiritittlt'.Tlos Un
Association, offering tho lowest rates on
file best Edc'urity til totf ubtfihitliy doing
business in Canftdn.
T.R. PEARSON .400,,
ColduUs it.- {bstwsen C. O. Major'! iM JtuMi
Cuna'agham's),
New Westminster, B, 0,
i;kj:
BROTHERS,
svJtdessons 'Id
R. W. DEANE I CO.
Aift-i.*..
WE . &A.VE &BEAT
pleasure in announcing th* aMval of our first
lot of
New Goods!
From Engluttd aiitl the East,
which we hiWe .just received
as follows':
Per steamer "ViCTORIA,"
78 CASES*,
Pfer steamer "G.W. ELDER,V'
15 CASES;
Per sailing vessel "
6 CASESJ
Making a Grand 1 otal oft
NINETY-NINE-GASES
Of NEW GOOD'S, eons'lst-
ing of
STAlPLi ft FANCY
DRY GOODS,
MEN'S &iOYS>
CLOTHING,
Men's & Boys'Hats,
. (IN STRAW & FELT),
CARPETS,
MT.JL.T&,
FLOOR CLOTHS,
HARDWARE,
kc,  toe
These Goods we are now
opening.
GOME AND SEE THEM
As we intend selling at Bed-
Rock Prices for Cash, as we
have still larger consignment
to arrive!,
Out' slock is now as complete as any in town, and
our prices the lowest.
Further {iarficiilar'S next
week.
TRAPP BROS.
1861.  1882.
{Hireulnti !/ 'uii--.iiu-,i! ii i
'■ f!3H'i QXfi tf-Q •*' '.
.r.,-..n..\ !„.«.,ATlO BBMUW
motS i3)KfliIHT8.4*wfi -■.'-■■   ■   •
noiHE.
e.,H    . !    .■
..'.1 T.I ■■;. I.
 .   »   »
T'd'n'ifol) swJh'ii- ..
HE PROPRlgTOR, ail
ter 2ly(JarBof jneii*-
Cttvtitile life in this City, begs
lelve to report tQ his numerous Patifoii* thatMsBusinesi
is prosperous ""md the outlodk
for the future is hrigW We
hope to do a big trade during
the pfesehl year. We havA
now in stock a complete assortment bf
GENERAL HERGHANJJISi
With some heavy shipmenfs
on the way Wm \he Eastern
Markets. We are buying
for Cash, getting large din-
counts, which enables us td
sett lilt hiuch lower rates that.
formerly. We are determined to keep the Columbia
Bouse lo lhe front, making
it, as it has been for years,
lhe leading mercantile House*
on the Mainland. Our stock
is Usually so complete that we
can fill orders sent to us A
cheaper rates than ony othei?
House in this City, Mid w<J.':
will do li,
JAMES CUNNlNBHAM,
Importer-.
New West., Feb. .8, tSSSi       fell
I
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. d
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in ths Gift
THE CUUSIN DEPARTMEXf
IS I'SDRU- THE CHAROR OF AN
EXPKRIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEOS LEAVR
to nnnoqnce to tht Publio,th*t ht
hns purchased the HboVfe Hotel, where
everything will be founil 1irst-cl»ss, tnd
iU IWsonnBlo rates-.
The P»rloi*j «nd 8leepli( Apart*
nentl nre under tho superintendence'
of Mm. Hownoxf
Private Dining Rooms for Latfln;
Camillas and Private Pirttrw.
A PrlVliC BMtilg 1MB, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papera, ul
provided for the ute of gneats.
Is supplied with the choicest brandaot
Wisrn, Lkjcors, Cioam, kc.
j. w. Howistm.
PaOFBIHOK.
iro'l'io'fiS'.
HAvriiij. tixisi-b' out thb
'popular MarhW,1' 1 desire W
thank Hiy (uimeraiu patrws for put
f»yorsj iUid io notify all thow whoaei
uououilts aro still unpaid that an early
Httlemcnt Is niiidcred abaolntely necessary.
W.j.FREKCH.
Nciv Westminster, June 3,1802.       jn*l
REWARD!
0N
N 26TH. INST., 0 CHINAMEN
were drowned at Lytton.   f 10 will
oe paid for the recovery of each body,
SPUZZUM CHARLEY,
Or           KW0N0LEE4C0., Yal«:
myilllm	 lite $niiJ5lt Colmnfeian.
Sslnnlny llumlng, June M, 1WH.
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—ytaM|wrf
i* WXLLlA!
MGKRS.J
Per i*»rWwiLLiUH IRVlNfc. V^raT^le,
June 23—Mm l'enift, Mr* Towle, Mrs Rtcho,
Ueun Kirklaud, .Lane, iensoji, Ieuac, Cheater,
Brown, WIImii, Uan, Jolly,' and 15 other*.
f-n
At Uuodjrrlll., Berrerd Inlet, en tlie sutli lu.t.,
AHlMn, second (Ivitfkter ef the 1st. Joek I.yuu,
|-     Imi      -   ml   V .i.l,      	
J. A. R. Homer will be a candl-
datf f«r He representation of »«wr
Westminster Slstrlct In the House
"of Commons, at Hfb 'itpprtuchlng
elNllOB. ,  „   l.„.., -i   -.
John Kirkland will "Tie standi-
'dale at the approaching election,
to represent tho District of New
Westminster in the Provincial legislature.     . ,,      ,,.
Wim Isaac, Maple Kldge, will be
a Candidate for the representation
,of New Westminster District In the
Frovldelal ^egislainrc, ,kt the iff)-,
'proaehlHg election.     ...
:W. I. UdireY Is ail Independent
Candidate for the representation of
the District of New Westminster iii
the Provincial Legislature, at the.
'approaching election.  :
, Vanderbilt, tho tailway kfhg, has
'gone to Winnipeg.
.. Therenre 50,000 Frenoh-Canadians
'in 4ho State of Maim.
. Mr. Bote conducted tfie crovm business, during this assize.
Tlio weather continues veY); pleasant
' 'aiidcrup. aro reported doing well.
. Hon.. Mr.. Justice (.ray proceeds to
Yah! taday to hold tho assizes there.
Those In want M gcy'id hay nro ro-
Torred tii Mr. Ivao's ailvoi&hient'
'another column.
. Right Rov; Bishop Sillitoe is atteud-
Jiiig.a..crt.nvoi«>ioii of tl» Episcopal
Church at Scuttle.
Tlie. steamer VWn. Irving, Capt. fe-
»ley, retimed from Kinory yesterday,
oringing passongers anrl freight.
Tho ateaiW Enterprise, da'pt. Gar-
jdiner, anivei (mill Victoria at 6:25
'last'Evening with freight and pnssen-
gor^."    '. .
The water, ct.YaJa.1ia> fallun .eiuht
feetWithin t!i6 pnlbrev. days, and it is
■proportioiiiitely lower nil along tile
•river.   '"
Tho Grand Jiirj.Wded in their re-
jmrt to His Lordship yesterday afternoon. We havo 'no room for the document in this issue.
The steamer Ada, Capt. linkers,.
,'cainc round from Burrard Inlet on
.Thursday, wKeritlr$ had been engaged
in towijig for some days.
, It is rumoured tlmt Hon. lS. L. Mac
pherson, Speaker of tho Senate, will
'succeed Sir A. T. Gait as Canadian
High Ooiiiuiissiiiner to England.
The steamer Western Slope, Capt.
Moore, arrived from Emory yesterday
.iLici-ning aiul proceeded to Victoria.
"She hnd a number of passengers.
Her,, Majesty tho Queen haa .o'e'eu
graciously pleased to appoint Alfred
IPatrick, Colonel titmnis, and Colonel
[Do Wiiiton. to be Cumjknioiis of the
[most distinguished Order of St. Mi-
IchaeUnd St. George.
The steamer.R. P. Rithet, Capt.
'rving, arrived from Emory yesterday
Homing, bringing, ii. number of pas-
lengers and 00 noad of cattle from
iomilkamecn for Mr. Greaves. She
eft for Victoria about 11 o'clock.
Large-quaiitities of steel rails pur-
based in SrjjjIaM by the Canada
'aciuc Syndicate are being.landed nt
lew .York, tronspotted th'oRco to
luftalo by railway aud canal, thence
y American steamers til Milwaukee,
jliom they at* tlttppod'% rail to
V'iunipeg.
« -1   ? .tiltll	
MarltoMn Chii»ch.-^Rcv. E. Robin, ptstorl Serl'lce '■ nt it a. in. and
p. ni. Sunday School at 1$6 f. ill.
eats free; strangers cordially invited'.
iirvice at Port Moody at llBO p. in.
■ '....;' .. r.'»".—S3	
Thb FiRst Shipmint.—On Wednes-
ty Mr. Laidlaw shipped 100 cases of
iring salmon df this soasdn's jlriclr,—
a first of this year's harvest. Alitalia is tha destination- of theso fish.
'^torBEniNu the People, M[n( the
couflfo of the Muriry suitofi fhbrsd>y,
it was stated in ovldcprx' tliat smco tho
jetty at Hastings, B. I., was constructed in 1875, no less then 180,000 pur-
sons havo used it M-a lajid'iig. (.If
these OsM..yj;h]&n.itif ft little steamer
hns cfirrieH noarly'ohe^third.
FAijiuci Cp.r-Police Inspector Todd,
.assisted by Gttcet Campbell, of the
Victoria polfceforcj, arrived on Thursday eveftuisr.,,\vitn. four prisoners for
the penitentiary. The prisqne-rs were:
J, Kelly and J. L. Barry, seven years
each; Wm. Edwards), .4, yeareu,and
Wm. McNeil 2 years penal servitude.
"Monitor" has sent us a- communication criticising witli terrible severity
the conduct of the medical officer and
tho Board i'f Management o'f the Columbian Hospital in connection with
the O'Neil ease. It is questionable
How far the cause of right is likely to
he helped by the employment of such
drastic language; but in any case this
subject had better be discussed over
the proper names of tliose taking part
in it.      . 7,
—l <i
School E*4MtNaTIONs.—The mic*.-
summer examinations in the Collegiate.
and High school, and the beys' department of the Bubflo School, took
place yeBterday. Thero was a good
attendance of visitors, and the exorcises^ were most interesting. The
quantity o'f other matter appearing in
the Columbian this morning is so
great that wo find it .impossible to
give a report of these proceedings.
We shall merely say, now that the
examinations wore Very creditable to
all who took part in them. In H6xt
issuo wo h'opo to *ginS full particulars.
Psuoiufc—Mirs Withrow, who
i been attending tho tidies College
t, Helen's Hall) at Portland durlllg
« past year, returned on Tuesday
-oiling, to spoiid tho midsummer
ilidays with her parents,
THoaouoHBRiDS We are in receipt
i a catalogue of thoroughbred shorten cattle, which Mr. jaiiies f. Steolo,
Grafton, B. 0., will anon offer at
|blic auction.   Tint catalogue, which
from the press of Robson Bros., ia
handsome little book.— Colonist.
Hon. Mr, Maokinzie.—Tlio Globe
the 7th says: "We regret to learn
»t the Hon. Mr. MaekanSIb ties
ngerously ill at Mr. Benjamin
iDonald's, on the fourth concession
Markhant; He was attacked on
indayiiUUl iv'ltK acute peritonitis,
t last night a decided chahgofor tho
ter wiis.iioti.ced by J5f. langataff,
niedioal, attendant."
.      .'rt -ii   -fei,'	
Ioadwav WiHifiD.—The condition
iffairs in the lower end of the city
■uch as til ddlitaild the immediate
I soriinls attention of the Council,
ing to the high stage of water there
ao passable roadway connecting tho
1 with the mills) and the greatest in-
voniencd Is rtperie'ricod by both
mfacturir add ooiisudlar. It is of
1 importance that It aubstadflhl and
lenient roadway .!■ ootlstruCWd aa*
l as possible , where tho .road
■Id be Ihade or of what uuterial
posed are natters'of detail;
Contemptible I—Tho Oiwrdioii.haa
recently been guilty of an act which,
for downright meanness, has been, seldom equalled in jniiriialisln. List
\yoek it credited tho. editor of this
jilurnnl with certain acts for which the
Rev. Mr. ltoliBou was alono responsible. Tliat gentleman scuta communication for publication correcting me-
mis-atatcmonta. The .Gfifai'tfimt refused
to publish the coiniiViinicatiiui, but at
the samo time grossly niisfepVeceiiteit
its contents. To expect anything His.
fair play or gentlemanly .treatment
from such a source would liequileiis
foolish as to expect pure water from a
pointed fountain.
Title *1lls.
The Grand Jury found fcruo bills in
every case, as follows:—Rogiua vs.
Merlin, Kegina vs. Lamprouxj liegii'ia
vs. fcbrro, Regina vs. Quihsellu, Ro-
gii'fft vs. floorgo Alep, Regina vs. John
Steele, Rogina vs. Cum Yoo, Regina
vs. John Powers and William Powers,
Regina vs. George Forrest.
Deane's Block,
This new brick edifice is finished,
And  it is a credit, tn the architect and
builder (Mr. Fry), to tlio owner, and
til tliu city. The main building is 38
X 70 feet, two stories high. The lower
flat is divided off into two splendid
stores running thii entire length of tho
building, lilted with tasteful show windows and front. The upper flat is
divided into ten rooms, well lighted
and admirably fitted foroQices. The
Window capt mul sills aro'finished with
Portland cement. But the roof is the
important feature. Thb building and
the verandah' are covorod wiih what
is Known as the asphalt rooting, .and
wo snottl'd imagine that any one who
has taken the trouble td investigate
the matter iriust have come to tlio conclusion that, of all tho kinds of roofing
vet introduced, this takei tbo lead for
security, durability and economy. Wo
congratulate Mr. Deane upon his new
building.
 ., -—~-—
The firn.if* Jury.
At noon yusturiiity tliu Grain, Jury
wero requested to attend uptta His
Lordahip, who explained tlmt, in con-
rfc^ulsnce of wlmt tlieir foromnn had
■Una hiul about the dilHouIty of getting
certain members to attend, lie* de-dred
their presence, He addressed thorn
At idbnstdernbib length, pointing out
the dt-ivihlis liitftiil'He-u of olio litonilior
throwing tins duty upon ailothtirt If
one had a right to plead press of busi-
ness ns dii excuso for absenting him-
self from meetings, al! had tlmt right.
His Lordship said he had not the
pdwer to coiitpol tlio attendance uf
Grand Jur^nUm. but lio would make
it liis busineiU ,tu iiistrtitlb tlio Shorill'
\i\ fUlure' tQ fltriko off the Gtai\a Jury
list tlie iiltinbs of such peraons as refused to do their duty. They would
then be liable to petit jilry service,
and in that capacity he would take
care that they did nut shirk duty. Two
of the jurymen whom the cap appeared
to fit spoke, one of them complaining
in a general way that rucontmendutidns
of Grand Juries received no attention; and he instanced a recommendation last year for petit jurors to be
pronerly paid. To this His-Lordship
rotjlltid that ho had promptly sont to
tlie proper rjuarter tho roport referred
ttt; accompanied by tho strongest pos- ■
siple tecum in ondation from himself
in fttVrJt of, jurymen in this Province
beiiig Bropbtiy paid; «5 thoy are in all
the otlitir Provinces} add ho reminded
the jiu-yuiaii tlmt if thoso reports and
recfJiiiineiidatluiis were stdwod away
unread tn nigeUn-tidleU at -jaihes Bay
it was not lliu fault iif the Jddges. It
was the fault of thb Govefnillent, Indeed, under our system of Responsible
Government, it was the faiilt of the
people themttelvos that tlio* did not.
make their representatives lodlt more
sharply after the Government ill df'dbr
that such niaiters might receive p'Wp'ef'
attention. Trie foot of previdUB pre-
seritments. libh having ieeoivea htten-
tion at tlie hands of the Government . was certainly good ( ground
for complaint, biit nut'fur GratiQrJuty-*
| men shirking ihtii iliate of duty.
Personal ^xphf-jalloi),
Tlfe Ouardian has thought proper
to accuse us uf being actuated by
personal Jin-lives in making the observations we'* did in reference to the
O'Neil case; and thus it lias imposed
upon us the duty df referring to matters over which we desired to throw
the vbil'of charity. It as'r-iyns as the
reason uf our "cfitioisin of certain alleged conduct oil '(-.ho part of Dr.
L. It. Mcluji'es the circumstance
of his having trsti|ppe(I '.Iii*. -paper on
account of some wilful misrepresentation." Now it is quito true that "the
doctor stopped his paper,1 but it is nut
true th.at Jra jtltcl ao "on account of
some willful misrepresentation.*' The1
.facts are simply these: Ujipn the occasion of thereccnt|,accidont in Messra.
DeBeck Brothers & Oo 's mill, doctors Sivewright nud Mclnnes were
called in. UjJcn 'tearing of tho accident a reprosentntiyo from this o/flco
ascertained the pfo-t'icu.at'S ut tho Occident Hotel, to which place tho Cofferer whs convoyed, nnd tlie name of
Dr. Sivewright was alone mentioned,
as the aui'gec'i'i who dressed tho wound,
and it appeared accordingly in the notice we made of the accident. In tho
paragraph which appeared simultaneously in tho Guardian tho name of Dr.
Btclnnes alone appoared; Tlie coincidence was roinarkablo, but it never occurred to us to nccuse olir contemporary of "wilful misrepresentation" because of the omission* of Dr. Sivo-
ifright's name, nnd wo feel quito confident tliat Dr. Sivewright did not
commit the fully of stai^piiiij into our
contemporary's office and shunting,
"Stop my paper!" But Dr. Mclnnes
did, and fo> committed the additional
folly uf iiicliting and sending to tis a
letter whkh wo shall, from slicer pity,
withhold, fur tlui present at least. It
is just possible that ho was under th1
impression tlnVt for hiih to slop his
paper would be a crushing blow; but
wo beg to inform hiin that, were he
ten times Mayor, nothing ho could do
would deter us from lifting our italics
against such mia-duing m-Ju'ih been attributed to nun in the O Noil affiur.
Tho ponrost man in tho land must
havo justice, even'if the doctor wero
"SirLaughlaii Mclnnes.'' Reverting to
the Guardian'?, ni'.ticle, it u\ya "If tlio
words attributed to him.(O'Neil),w«re
uttered~"abuut dying liko a Ong,"
they wero sii.iplyfthe muttering evoked
by approach1!ng doath/as ho received
overy attention aujl Kindness-that
could be bestowed upon him," Now,
soo how artfully tho quotation is distorted, with rt view to shifting llid Responsibility. What O'Neil did say
was, "I have boon treated liko a dug!"
—referring to thii treatment received
before being conveyed to "fau; and it
has never'-been suygcat'-u that he wns
not—in fact We d&tinctly statod that
he was—treated with every kindnees
and attention that was possible t'i'.dcr
the circunistnniiea after beltfc V«niov*K,
W tho gaol. But tho dying words of
the poor man must be distorted and
falsified ill order to screen tlie guilty
party. We have on»y* tn add that we
nro advised that the most, damaging
dist'Iu-M.rcs in tjutiiiectiou with thu disgraceful proceedings which a majority
of the Hospital Board are endeavoring
to bovBV up are still held in reservtf,
and wo are now ciinlpelled to lay over
a communication on the subject'owing
"to tho proiwuro upon our columns this
we-eft".
 ^_„	
Elections In the Kiist.
, t'oiifichnilve Vlcldi-y.
Yesterday's Colonic, contains t!io
foHb\viilg:—
Montkeai, Juno 20.
The elQctions hnve rosulted in a
glorious victory for the Co litter vatives.
All tho. members of S.rlTolm Mac-
doimhl's Ministry are returned with
huge majorities.
All the uieinbois of the lato Grit
Cabinet, witli thu bxuuption df Blake,
Mackenzie and Lnurier, nre defeated.
Auglin, Sir Albert SnUtti; Cntt-
wright, Huntington. LnHamme and
ex-Governor MacdonHld nre among the
d'efeatea.--
All. the. leading cities, including
Montre:ll, TwoiltiiJ Hamilton, Quebec,
St Jolm*(N. B.J; Add Halifax have
been swept clean by tlie Conservatives.
Ul'-tko is returned By a vory small
minority ovor Bunting;,
Fulluwiug rirl* tiie returns fur each
province so far as received:—
CO.NSKHVATtvflS,     tOiBIUfcs;
Ontario        4(1 -   20
Quebec....;;        53 11
New Brunswick       8 *    7
!   Nova Scotia and Manitoba not y«t
in.
The Conservatives are celebrating
thoir groat victory with every matiifes-
tation of joy at tho result. So far its
tlio. returns havo cutne iu tlloy stldW a
niajority of CO for tile government.
This maturity, it il expected, will
i increased to 60.
be
I'uMlc School Examination.
On'Thursday tho midsummer examination of tho senior girls' department
of the public school In this eity was
Held in tho school-room., The weather
wits Very favorable and tho attendance
of ladies was1 large. Owing ddubtless
tb the sitting of tho assizes there were
not quito rtS hiany gontlouioii prosont
as such an dccaslou should draw together. To say that the ruont H-ob beautifully decorated conveys. n very inadequate idea of the handiwork of the
pupils. The tiialc and ingenuity with
which flowers and ferns and musses
and tinted leaves woro made to contribute to the gratification of the t>yo was
realty wonderful.
Following is a copy of the
.-    ... TROOEAMMK
of the exeJfeinHs; bunductcd for tliB
most part by the Lady Principal, Miss
Williams:—       „ ,  -■
Opening oKotcises; fncltiding hyrtto
—"We are Watching, We are Waiting. "  ..
Sifnu)tapveous 1-Ceading (cur. Psalm),
Geography—Mr. Hand.
Cl*^Shiging(J'Jv*ogp! >Vo-goI")
Slbnltt^uo'ds Heading ("Exile of
tho Acadinns," from Longfellow's
"Evangeline").
Solo and Chorus (Miss Black, solo)
—"Hark, the Vesper Hynm "is StTeal-
•nK*' « •"** .
ftecitatidn ("Papas Letter")—Miss
M. Jfaekja1}!.,;
Class Singing ("The Alpine Shepherd").
Simultaneous Beading ("The Life
Boat"). .   .. ■
Class Siiigiiig V"Oh Como Ye»'into
the Summer VVqodi'').. .„   ',
Reading. ("Sa,m Weller's Valentine")
—Miss K. Clute.
Class Singing-f "leper's Sang'1).
Iteeitation ("David's Lament for
Absalom")—Misb MildiVd Major,
Simultaneous Reading (Tennyson's
"Bugle Song").
Class Singing ("If I wore a Sunbeam").
Recitation ("The Fjrs.fc Party")—
Miss A. Clute.
fHK* EXAMINATION
in geography was by Mr. Rand, (principal of (the boys' "department) aud was
very tliortfugh, and -the result- must
have ,been most gratifying to both
teacher tii'.d parents, evidencing, as it
dfd, very satisfactory progress. The
solo by Miss Black was charmingly
rendered. Tho recitation (''Pupa's
Letter"). >1)y Mjsa M. Jackson Was
splendid; Misa (Clute read "Sam Weller's Valentine" exceedingly well.
Miss Mildred Majtjc recited "David's
Lament for Absalom" in a most effective iipd feeling manner, causitu** apnio
in the aiidtene^M use their limiafco*'**'-
chiofs.   Perhaps tlie
MOST KEMAKKABLB
perfrusance was the recitation of the
comic piece entitled "The First Party,"
by Miss Alico'Clute, a little girl of
eight years. Tho class singing and
siiiViiltaneuus roadings were exceedingly well rendered, showhig careful culture and training.      -i.,
One very ple-islng fwituro was tbe
presentation of the
rntZKS
by Him. Mr.■ JiUti"Je(3iay, who evinced
the deep interest ho feels in popular
education by adjourning tho Oourt
in the middlu of au important case, in
iirder to be present. Bofdri iffuce^i,-
ittg tu tl\i* presentation of the primi.,
His Lordship delivered a brief nud
most interesting address to the pupils
upon the subject of editeationi pointing
out ifrfjiiVpOTtanco with especial refor-
jOitco to female duties and Usefuiuesa,
luterspersitig his
KLOQUrN^.nEMAllKS
with occasional sallies of wit iVri'd iiu.
mor and uppropriate quotations from
the (poets, inter alia reciting with ox-
celfelH 't'flect the following tteaittiful
and tom.lill'ig lines which hud been
engraven upon * his memory in buy-
hdo,d:—
Oli! in niir,ftci,--*iiri*>nHhfrO'r< wlioii mi ray
oruiiilluraunHliiuu glimiiiPiimi our wn.v,
Wlji'ii fjirl witli Mint- nnd kuit-.u-* nud tin* l»il
Of ciinn tlmt Kfur Hie Ihmuiii wliich Ihcj- noil',
Oh! if ilii-i-i' Im In lti*lr»ti|ii.*t'li(iii,r* ctiiiln .
One link thnt knits ni With .vtniiig-lrvum-i a^nlti,
So utt-i-ot wu Hcurct'ly duru tu muiiit.,,
Oii.all tiiu ti.tttrtlwil wiiinli.' it hivir■.&*,,
>.*>»> *MUII1« l.1S(-f llUtJilt It* (I* l>.I.U*-.Ml S.t.tJ*f '
Tlm liftnrt tu loftun nilil \tS llua to clintiRu,
Ami niiriiiK* untuttditKl fir yem-i* to move.
It In tliu memi.ry nf a Motlivr'n Lovel
His Lordship.also reforrod t« the
probRbfea*ppK>achhigViait of H. H. H;.
the Princes Lodi^'e, and prououueed a
touching and flloojiei'it elugiuni upon
her Royal niotlitit'. .
Following is a
LIST OF l-HlZES
presented by His Lordship with humorous aud appropriate remarks to the
respective winners':—
FIFTH CLASS.
General improvement (presented by
A. Jackson, Esq,)—Miss Katie Cluto.
Orainniar (Mr. DeBeck) — Mias
MAmie DelJock.
Geogl-aphy {Mr. CliiteJ-Mias Mildred Major.
Deportment (M. WillUtltis)— Miss
Louisa ?lfi*..   , ■     ....
Arithmetic (Mr. Pearson) — Mi*s*
Katie Olntu,  ■   ■ ,    ..
History (W. J. ArmsH'ong, Ksq.)—
Miss Mildred Major.
FIFTH ANl> FOURTH CLASSES.
Heading fMr. Cunningham)—Miss
Katie Clute.
Writing (Mr. Fisher)—Miss Maud
Black.
Spelling by dictation (Dr. Trow)—
MissMamfcbbR'eok:
FOl Bill CLASS.
Oeugraiihy (Mr. Major)—-Miss M.
Homer.
History (Hev. Mr. JamienonJ—MISs
Annie Deacon.
Arithmetit! (Dr. L. R. Molnnesj-
Miss Oeorgie DeBeck,
peportuient (a fltuiid)—Miss Mada-
lena JackBon,
Sptlling I'y dictittion (Dr. Trew)—
Miss Maigio Homer.
Gtnoitil Improvement (Mr. DeBeck)
—Miss Priscilla Nicholson.
THIRD   CUBS.     !
General Improvement (Mr. DoBock)
—Miss Alice Homor.
Spelling by dictation (Dr. Trew)—
Mis.-i Nellie Clarke.
Doportmont (M; Wi]l!am9)---Miss
Ida Lehman.
Raiding (Mr. Trnpp)-MHs ^lice
Clute,
We Would not bo doing right were
wo to conclude this iiccnssarily hurried
aud very imperfect sketch without a
word about tho .tqHchor.. In order to
form nn approximate estimate of the
progress wrought during the present
regime, ono nasi only to compai'o the
results attained on, Thursday with
those of former yenrs It Was* indeed
a treat to wateft the beaming countenances of, gratified parents and
friends upon witnessing the evidences
of proficiency exhibited by the loved
ones.' But whilo -indulging.
I-AlinoNAIiri! prim*"
tin account b'f tlie pupils, lot it not bo
forgotten that theso rich and precious
fruits nro tho result of an amount of
Zealand painstaking' o.i tho ftfrt d{ a
conscientious find taloritcd instructor
entitle,, to a higher reward than any.,
more pocuniary compensation. While,
th-arufore, parents are justly proud of
the achtovemonts of their children, let
them accord honest and. hearty appreciation and kindly sympathy to the
teacher.'
The Assizes.
(From First l'uge.)
THB Lb»tBBl* INTERESTS  '
were referred.{0. He was gratified tu
le^f'n that nil; cur ajiwinills on the river
hav,o moro tliin they can do, while
those pn, the IinVt were likely to export half ajnillion dollar's worth this
fle'flSLrh.. Looking ut the lumber, the
fish* aiid the n|ricultural interests of
this district and the potent influence
of rajlwagconstruction, ho was pleased
to Bee "such a bright -prospect in store
for New Westminster. There need De
no jealousy of a town at
PORT MOODV.
He hoped to see aifti*tje-iown there,
apd at many other points till along the
lino. When the old man's cart stuck
in the mud he.said thoro was no use
calling on Jnpiter, but put his "moulder to the wnesl. Let not tho people
call on Governments to do wha^they
can du fur themselves. Let them not
look to tho presenoo of oflicinls or
Judges t.o.briiiir thein prosperity; .but
It-t thenl ."p'tVt tlfuir shoulder to" the
iVheor'and tTuiV'beoom'e the architects
of their own fortunes.
The'Grand -turyrotired.
^NITBKTIARY |S0APKfh
i Six conyjpts from the penitentiary
Were bruiiglit up on charges of attempting (^escape at various times
extending ovof a period oT two years,
and for other misdoing, 'jjlje.attempts
to escape having been ofthcr proven or
admitted, these men were sentenced
to various terms of extended servitude.
The man John Steele, who some five
or six years ago received such a severe
sentence at the hands of Mr. Justice
Crease, pleaded so effectually as to got
off with one month added, to his term;
but inasmuch ns lie has'fleven or eight
years to run nfid is iu 111 health, it is
ttl.be feared that tho Well-meant and
liiyhly-proper-leniency of His*Lordship
will bo uf no avail.
A colored man of tho name of J.
Verlin, upon being askod if he had
anything to say why sentence should
not.be-passed ijpi-n'hini. inti'mdted
that he had a, great deal, to.say.and
wont on to say a great deal m'dre \lnm
wns pleasant to some people respecting
the administration of the internal affairs of the institution from wliich ho
attempted to escape. Sentence was
pronounced all the aamo, but His
Lordship ordered Mr. Bolo to enquire
into the truth of Y«iin's% allegations,
and Vorlih was^jjpii rtpplication, allowed counsel. It is understood tliat
the proceedings will bo public, and it
is must desirable that thoy should bo
thorough and impartial,
owr iije.
This Mongolian yialjj pleaded
guilty to the charge of robWiig Mr.
Townaond's till of §100, and waa Hon-
tonccd to three years in the penitentiary. •
Thimday, June *?&
RBai'S'A V. FOREST.
?U this case and iu the cross ond of
the Quoon against Powers. nni»ti»nnfl-
meiit Was asked and obtained on account of the absence uf nn important
witness. ■;..,,,.
Tl'toro being , no furtuer criminal
easel, on the calendai', the next case
called was that of
MORl-USOHT. VBDDER.
This case was also postponed oil
account of the absence of the defendant, who was supposed to be detained
on account of the1 flood. The plaintiff
sues iu the capacity of trustee
The caso of
muriUy r1. van urameH
was next called.
It wilt be Within tho recollection of
many of our reftdors that, in January,
187'J, Mra. John Murray, of iJlis city,
was ao unfortunato ns to receive serious injury to her leg in landing from
the steaiilor Lilly ut Hastings.
This action was brought by hor husband to rocovov
$2,500   DAUAGBS
from Capt. VanBramer, the owner of
thu steamer and reputed owner uf the
landing-place, through tho defectiveness of whieh tho accident was nllt-gcd
to havo occurred,      ,
Messrs. Drake aiid A. K. B. Davie
were counsel fur tho defendant; and
Messrs. Theo. Davie and G. E. Corbould for the plaintiff.
The caso occupied the whole day, a
largo number of witnesses being examined. After a most able aud lucid
charge from His Lordship, the jury
retired at 7.10", nud after an absence
of upwards of three hours came into
court and said it was impossible to
agree. They wore sont back to soo if
a majority vordict could not bo arrived
at, but tlint being impossible, thoy
wero dismissed.
Friday, June 2$.
Tho case, Morrison v. Veddor.i wns
taken up, Messrs. Cgrbould nnd T.
Davio counsel for the plaintiff nnd
Messrs. Drake and A. B. Davie for
the defendant.
Tile matter was finally disposed of
for the prosont by placing tho accounts
in tho Way of adjustment and leaving
tlio lfiw pointq to be argued at Victoria,
Tlie Powois-FbrcSt crises were laid
ovor till mh July.
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filrtos, nono of thein promising any
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KITH AND KIN.
(Continued.)
She wad silent, with a look uf some
pain and perplexity—not tho dignified
surprise he liad expected to ace.    iiut
the subject wasj or rather it had grown,
vory near to Befnard's heart.   He wits
determined to argue the question out.
"Is it became Scar Foot has become
mine, because I could turn you out if
I liked, and because you are too proud
to have anything to do with me V" ho
asked, coolly and deliberately.
Judith looked "up, shocked.
"What a horrible idea 1 What could
have put such a thought into your
hoadf
"Your elaborate ceremonial of ever-
lusting farewell, this afternoon, I
think," he answered, and wont on
boldly, though he saw her raise her
head somewhat indignantly. "Do
listen to me, MiBS Cuniabroiigh; I
know that in your opinion 1 must be a
most unwelcome interloper. But I
think you will believe me when I say
that I havo nothing but kindly feelings
toward you—that I would give n good
dual—even sacrifice a good deal to bo
on kindly terms with Mrs. Conisbrough
and you, and your family. I wish to
be just, to repair my grandfather's injustice. You know, aa we discovered
the other night, wo tiro relations.
What I want to ask is, will you not
meet me half way J You will nut hold
aloof—*I beg you will not! You will
help me to conciliate Mrs. Conisbrough, to repair in some degree the
injustice whieh lias been done her. I
am sure you will. I count securely
upon you," lie added, loouing full into her face, "for you are so utterly
outside all petty motives of spite or re-1
uentment. You could not act upon a i
feeling of pique or offonso, I am Bure."
She was breathing quickly; hor
fingers locked in one another; her face
a little averted, and flushed, as he
could see, by something more than tlie
fire light.
"You have far too good an opinion
of me," Bhe said, in a low tone; "you
are mistaken about me, I try to forget such considerations, but I assure
you I am not what you tako mo for. I
am soured, I believe, and embittered
by many tilings which have conspired
to make my life rather a lonely one."
"How little you know yourself?"
said Bernard. "If I had time, I should
laugh at you. But I want you to listen
to me, and seriously to consider my
proposal. Will you not help me
in this plan? You snid at first, you
know, that you would not oppose it.
Now I want you to promise your cooperation."
"In other words," said Judith quietly, "you want me to persuade mamma
to accept as a gift from you, some of
the money which she had expected to
have, but which, as is. very evident,
my uncle was at the last determined
she should not have."
Aglionby smiled. He liked the opposition, and had every intention of
conquering it.
•(ill*.***   *»t*Vy- •-»•»- i« «•••..»}..•••*.» •"«•»'
tor to put it, I suppose, he said.
"Ido not see why you should, I am
sure. You did not use such expressions about it the other night, and, at
any rate, I have your promise But I
fear you think the suggestion an impertinent one. How am I to convince
you that nothing could be further from
my thoughts, than impertinence?"
"I never thought it was impertinent," answerod Judith, and it her
voice was calm, her heart was not.
Not only had sho not thought him impertinent, but she was strangely distressed and disturbed at liis imagining
she had thought him so.
"X thought," she went on, "that it
was very kind, very generous."
"I would rather you took it as being
simply just. But, at any rate, you will
give mo your assistance, fur I know
that without it I shall never succeed
in getting Mrs, Conisbrough's consent
to my wishes."
Hs spoke urgently. Judith was
moved—distressed—he saw.
"I know I gave you a kind of promise," she began slowly.
"A kind of promise! Your words
wero, 'I shall not oppoao it.! Can you
deny it ?"
"No, thoso wore my words. But I
had no time to think about it then. I
liavo done so since. I have looked at
it in every possible light, with the sincere desire to comply with your wish,
nnd all I can say is, that I must ask
you to release me from my promise."
"Not unless you tell mo why," said
lie, in a deep tone of somothiug like
anger.
"I cannot tell you why," said Judith, her own full tones vibrating and
growing somewhat faint. "I can only
ask you to believe me when I shy that
it would indeed ho best in every way
if, after wo leave your house, you cease
to tako any notico of us. If wo meet
casually, either in society, or in nny
other way, thero is no reason why wo
should not bo friendly. But it must
end thoro. It is best tliat it should be
so. And do not try to help my mother
in the way you proposed. I~I cannot
give uny assistance in the matter if you
This was not the kind of opposition
which Aglionby had bargained for.
For a few numionts he was silent, a
black frown settling on his brow, but
far indeed from having given up the
game. Nothing had ever beforo aroused in him such au anient desiro to pro-
vail. He was thinking about Win answer; wondering what it would be best
for him to say, when Judith, who perhaps had misunderstood his siluueo,
resumed in a low, regretful voice:
"To spend money which had come
from you — to partake of comforts
whicli your generosity had procured,
would be impossible—to me, at any
rate.   It would scorch me, I feel."
Again a momentary silence. Then
the storm broke:
"You have such a loathing for me,
you hate mo so bitterly and so implacably that you can Bit there, and say
this to me, with the utmost indifier-
ence," with passionate grief in his
voice; grief and anger blended iu a
way that out her to the quick. And
■o changed was he, all ill a moment,
that sho was startled, and almost terrified.
"Whiitr she faltered, "have I said
something wrong 11 hate you I Heaven
forbid! I would he myself that I should
hate because "
"Because you had touched something that was defiled by coming from
me.   Because it had been mine!"
"Tbauk God thnt it is yours!" aaid
Judith suddenly, and in a stronger
tone. "It is the one consolation that
I have in the matter. When I think
how very near it was to being oUrs,
and that wo might havo hau it and
used it, I feol as if I hud escaped but
little short of a miracle; from "
Sho stopped suddenly. t
"I du not understand you,1'
' "Bo not try, Put mt down as an
ill-disposed virago. I feel like ono
sometimes. And yet, I would havo
you believe that I appreciate your motives—it is out of no ill-feeling——"
"It is useless to tell me that," he
broke in, iu uncontrollable ngitatioii.
"I soe that you havo contained your
wrath until this evening; you havo
nourished a bitter grudge against me,
nnd you fcol that the time has come
for you to discharge your debt. You
have succeeded. You wished to huniili-
ato me, aud you have done so most
thoroughly, und as I wns never humiliated before. Understand—if you find
uny gratification in it, that I am
wounded and mortified to the quick.
I had hoped tliat by stooping—by
using every moans iu my power—to
please you, I should succeed in conciliating; you nml yours. I wished to
put un end to this horrible discord and
division, to do that which was right,
and without doing whicli, I can never
enjoy tlie heritage tlmt has fallen to'
me. No, never! and you—have led
mo on—have given me your promise,
and now you withdraw it. You know
your power, and that it is useless for
mo to appeal to Mrs. Conisbrough, if
you do not allow her to hear me,
,nd "
"You aocuao mo strangely," she began, in a trembling voice, forgetting
that she bad desired him to look upon
her ns a virago, and appalled by the
storm sho had aroused, and yet, feeling a strange, thrilling delight in it,
and a kind of reckless desire to abandon herself to its fury. Even whilo
Bhe raised her voice in opposition to
it, she lipped it would not instantly be
lulled. Thero was something more attractive in it, than in the commonplace civilities of an unbroken and
meaningless politeness. She had her
half-conscious wish gratified to the utmost, for he went on:
"Strangely, how strangely? I thought
women were by nature fitted to promote peace. I thought that you, of
all others, would encourage harmony
and kindness," I appealed to you, because I knew your will was stronger
than tlmt of your mother. It only
needs your counsel and influence to
make hor see things as I wish hor to
see them. And you thrust me capriciously HBide—your manner, your actions, all tell me tu retire with the
plunder I have got, and to gloat over
it iilone. You stand aside iu scorn.
You prefer poverty, and I believe you
would prefer starvation, to extending
a hand to ono whom yuu consider a
robber und an upstart "
"Yuu are wrong, you are wronj,*-"
she exclaimed vehemently and sjniow
wildly, clasping her hands tfghtly together, and looking at bfm with atpole
ftivu n.lu utiiueu eye*     .
"Then, show me that I am wrong!"
he said, standing before hor, and extending his hands toward her. "Repent what you have said about benefits
derived from me scorching you!" (He
did not know thnt. tho flash from his
eyes was almost enough to produce
the same effect). 'fRecall it, and I
will forget all this scene—as soon ns I
can, that is. Judith " She started,
changed color, and he went on iu his
softest and most persuasive accent.
"My "cousin Judith, despite all you
have just been Hinging nt mo of hard
nnd cruel things, I still cling to the
conviction that you are a noble woman,
and I ask you onco more for your
friendship, and your good offices toward your mother. I)o not repulse
nm again,"
Sho looked speechlessly into his
face. Where woro now tho Bciiitilating
eyes, tho harsh discord of tone, the
suppressed rage of manner 1 Gone;
and in their stead there wore the most
dulcet sounds of a most musical voice;
eyes that pleaded humbly and almost
tenderly, and a hand held out beseechingly, craving her friendship, her good ,
offices.
A faint shudder ran through Judith's
whole frame. His words and the tone
of them rung iu his ears, and would
ring there for many a day, and cause
her heart to beat whenever sho remembered them. "Judith—my cousin Judith!" His hot earnestness, and tlie
unconscious fuscmatiuu whieh he could
throw into both looks and tones, had
not found her callous and immovable.
While she did not understand what
the feeling was which overmastered
her, she yet felt the pain of having to
repulse him amount to nctual agony.
Sho felt like one lost and bewildered.
All she know ur realized was, that it
would have been delicious to yiold unconditionally in this matter of persuading her mother to his will; to hear
his wishes and obey them, and that
of all things this was the ono point on
which she must hold out, nnd resist.
Shaken by a wilder emotion than she
bad over felt before, sho suddenly
caught tho hands he stretched toward
her, and exclaimed, brokenly:
"Ah, forgive me, if you can, but do
wit bo so hard upon mo. You do not
know what you arc saying. I cannot
obey you.   I wish I could. '
Sho covered her face with her hands,
with a short sob,
Aglionby could not at first reply.
Across the storm of mortification and
anger, of goodwill repulsed, and reverence momentarily chilled another feeling was crooning, the fooling that behind all this agitation nnd refusal on
her part, somothiug lay hidden which
was not aversion to him; that the victory he had craved for was substantially his; sho did not refuse his demand
because sho had no wish to comply
with it. She denied him against her
will, not with it. She was not
churlish. Ho might still believe her
noble. Sho was harassed evidently,
worn with trouble, and with some
secret grief.
(To tin Ooiitlnui-it.)
At the approach of Spring groat attention should be given to purify tho system
engorged with foul humors during the
winter. Burdock Blood Bitters is Nu*
ture'n own purifying nud regulating
tonic.
MAJOR
New Stock!
LADIES'
Heavy Jackets and
Quilted Skirts. Colored Merinos, blk.
Cashmere and blk.
Crape Cloth.
FLANNELS
In White, Scarlet,
Blue, Gray, and
Plain, and Stripes,
and Checks—both
English, Canadian,
and American, twilled and plain, wool
shaker and cotton.
COTTONS
In white and gray.
Brown and white
Sheetings. Towels
of all kinds.
BLANKETS
In colors & white.
QUILTS and Counterpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and Hessians Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies' Furs in
Muffs, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or otherwise. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
In Ladies' blank,
dark & light shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, lined and
unlincd.
s-vxixt-Kn-xxxnircrr
In liciillcmcn's Furnishing Hoods.
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE BEST.
In Groceries and ProviM
Everything the best
that can be had, and
at the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.
MOKAL-If ynu want it (100(1 article,
go to C. 0, MAJOR'S : if you want things
cheap, Irat '-cultus," why, go elsewhere*
ITEM—What ovcrydwly Bays'must lie
true ; and if true, thon the handsomest
display of Valuable Hood*, Sliver and
PlUtC, is nmlonbtedly to be found At    '
O. Q. MAJOR'S,
aox.xrts.sxJL. stkbusit,
New Westminster,  B. 0.
CEO. TURNER,
LAND     SURVEYOE-
McColl's Storo, Holbrook's Stone
Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. O.
J. A. R. HOMER,
General Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(Sear drill shed).
Residence—Merivale Street.
GORDON 1 CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH    COLUMBIA.
A. T. 0. MacELMEN,
BARRISTER - AT - LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &0.,
HAS RESTJMKD PRACTICE IN ALL
THU C0UKT8.
OFFICE -Columbia street, Opposite Hy
ack Hell, New Westminster, It. C.
JAMES  MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEEE !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(0|i-*. Col.-niiil lintel)
NEW   WESTMINSTER
SW Several good Farms for Sale and to
Lease. no! 0
turWbTbeeTon&co.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET, • VICTORIA.
-A-Q-EHTTS   FOB
North Brillsli nnd Mercantile
insurance Co. for Jlaliiliinil.
H.C. BEETON 4. CO.,
110 FiiisViury Cll'tius,
London, E. C.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCER.
House, Land, Court and
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS,
Agent Tor tileTKAVE1.I.KRS' IXHI!lt-
AM'i; CO., of Hartford, Conn.
New We.tnlnsler, II. C.
0,1, MAU&HTEH,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
and SILVER PLATED WARE
For Sale.
All kliula ol uai.ll ami MILIEU JEW.
EI.RV   ittMlr. lo order.
ETRUSCAN COLORING, COLD k SILVER PLATING.
EllltnKeUM'nt    unil   Heilillnn    RilllPi   a
Mpeelullj.
S& Watches   anil  Jewelry  cnrofully
(repaired. Old Gold and Silver bought.
jny-lte
Every Man to Ills Own Business
j&..   "F "E3 "E3 J_i E,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST & DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(01T. OOI.OS1A1, II0TKM,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Physicians' Freftcrlpllona and Family KrclpPH a Specially.
N. 11. — Only (icnuino Drugs used.
Over twontv vears' experience.    mr2R
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
RENTS,  DKBTS, *C, COliliKCTRD,
Loam Negotiated, nnd n General
Agorioy Business transacted.
AORSTS  FOB TIIK
FhVnU Fire Insurance Company or
Brooklyn, and tlio
Rqnltable life Assurance  Society
of Ike United states.
< 011 Mill I   KTItKl.T.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
V. O. Bra 40.
SUBSCRIBE
FOR THK British Columbian, the
Newspaper on tho Mainland of British Columbia.   Only S3 a year,
BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS IN-
GROCERIES
lWd-
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STREET,
VICTORIA, B.C.
Having ustatilUhcd Business in the above
Lines and liy
RECENT IMPORTATIONS
European & Eastern Markets
Wo are nrdpniroil to fill orders to the
Tiiulu in tlie foliiWiug (ioodsi
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
T0BA0C08,
HAM,
BACON,
LARD,
. CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
Citmllcs, Rice, Syrup, Clicesc,
Dried Mills. Cniiiicd Goods,
Vinegar, Baking; Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
BEANS,
BROOMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
Ami all other Goods in tlio Grocery and
IVovi-sion Lino.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is called to tlio nndcrnoted Goodf*, on
which the most LIBERAL INDUCE.
MENTS will he offered to the .
Trade, as wu ara
SOLE
GOOD AS GOLD BAKU POWDER
Tho Best and Cheapest.
BEACON  LIGHT  COAL OIL,
Water White and Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being   the Largest Size and Bunt
Tobacco.
NEW    SCHEDULE
—01'—
■WA.C3r*E!SJ
—FllR—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON TIIK*-~
Canadian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers... ..?125 00 permontll.
Rook Foremen... .83 00 to 84 00 \) ilny
Earth Foremen... 2 28 to   3 00    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,'.
1st class  2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00 "
Masons 2 B0 to   3 SO    "
Blacksmiths,    1st
Out* Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT TUB—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
.*i0
Blacksmiths, 2nd
class	
Blacksmith Helpers   1 50 to
Drillers  1 75 to
Laborers  1 50 to
Hewers, 1st class 3 50
Choppers, lstclnsa 2 50
Scorers, Ut class 2*50
200
2 00
175
All outside labor 10 hours per day;
All Cnriiontcrs to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed.
Board unci Lodging.
Boarding Houses'will  he convenient
along tlie Line.   Board—$4 per week.
It will not he compulsory for Employ
ees to bonrd in the Company's Houses.
Wages will he paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A.  ONDERDONK,
General Ma^aokk.
Om<•••*. ok the Oox'i-uAcroHf*,
Canahiax PAOtFIO Ba.iavay,
Vale, March 1, 1881.
DR. SPINNEY & CO.'S
DIHI'ENSARV,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN ERANCISC0, CAL.
»K. SIM I* KEY, weft hiiununnllenfeHit.
dM-uniit-M. '■»'„ a\ K.iMwik-H' iin*.
tut.* 1 httj l-vi-|ii-',-ti*rnl Hu' SI'INNHYYIUK
1NK1HMAHY, would irttwl wmn'ctfiillv iiili.riii
Iii., [mtk'iilH iiii'I tlie tillHi-twI-jfliii'i'iilly, Unit l.u
hi ill cotitliiliM tu iri'iitclironltiimil norvous din-
nu Acs wiili nii]'!iinlli-li''l sacccM.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Ur-tiii'iiiliei' tlmt [iri'crnstl'inlimi Ih tliu tlilcf of
timo so
' COnS AND BE HEALED.
It multure notwlint your tronblosnitty itr, eon.*.1
nml let tlio Dnclur rMimlni-tuiii-nun li will
rout yui. iii-tli.ii-*- f«r raitiinli-itloii, aniiluiiio cnll
mn) M\Uty yuursulvcM wliotliui* tlm Dun,or undor-
Ntimilri yburci.au. If In* run cure yon Iin will toll
yon tt«t if im!, hu will HI yon Iiml, fur lio will
not iiiiilurtilliu il i-us-! uiilen*i hu In trimII-tent of uf<
ri<i-tlnitncan.
I'ltrtios nt n ills-tnnrti wIhIiIiik tmittni-iit, l>i
gemlltiir }2ii nn«l n inlnutu tliwrljilh<ii uf tlioh
1,1-mMen -fljll n-i-fivi* Iu rt-turii n full nun-si' uf
tri'iiluiuiit til-unruly jmckcil so in nut to uxrltu nu
rlwily.
Dlt. SPIKXKYwIH ptiiihHitue tn lurfull Five
Huii-lretl Iii-llim 1or ctpm ihibh of uny is Imi ur
cliiiiiictur which i»> mnlorlitKoimul full* tunnu.
1*. S.—For dt-.i-iM-.-r, of Hlmrt utiimllnn, » full
ctnirip of inuiltcim-R, fmfflclcut for u ruin, with
nil instriu'lturn-., will bu twit to nny nttila'M cm
rvcetpt of $10.
CiillorAiMru-.it
Br. BPISWF.Y to CO.,
tl2fi.1y     No. 11Kt>.inii-y.st..lJiiiil*'iiiiiiH*«-i),Ctil.
OREGON PRINCE
WILL STAND VOU 8KRVICK
during tho Bcnnon of Ins*.!, on
the Farm of the undcrDigued, Chilli-
whack, aud at Laitgluy, Laduer,» Landing, and Maple liidgo.
Obeoos htiNC'K was fonled hi Oregon:
will he (i years old In May; io a dappled
gray; standi* 17.? Iinnda high; weighs lltTo
llm. at present, will weigh about 1880 Un.
during hcm-oh; is very gentle, very fast
walker, good trotter, ami a powerful
horso In harness. Ho wa« sired by W,
Myer's imported Forchcrrm — "Wliito
I'rinco." OuEonx PuttCE won second
prize at tlio Victoria Agricultural Fair
last Niivetnhm*, ami is thu largest horse
on the mainlrmd of British Columbia.
TKRMS-$10, Sir., and 8*20. 1'articB
from a distance sending mares will bo
entitled to free pasturage for one month.
R. STFA'KNSON,
juyUtc Chilliwhaok.
PATENTS
We enntiiitie to act lis Solicitors for Pnt
cuts, Caveats, Trade Marks, Copyrighto,
etc., for tho United States, Canaila.Cuba,
liiiglaurl, Franco,  Germany, etc.    Wo
lmvo hail thirl) -live j cars experience,
Patents olitalneil through ns aro noticed In the SciRSTinc Ameiiioa.w This
largo nnd snlendld Illustrated weekly
paper, SI.2I) a year, shows tho 1'rogresB
of Science, is very interesting, nnd has
an enormous circulation. . Address,
MUNN k CO., I'utcut Solicitors, l'ulj
Ushers of SqiKSTrao Ammuims, 37 Park
How, Now York. Hand took ntoiit Pat.
cnts sent free. del'1
NOTICE OF
, WlLLlAMl^OtL
BEGS Td INFORM HIS iWfflBfe
mis patrons -thai-he ■ has remowcl
his Business to        ,     ,    ; (..  m   .
Hblbrofck's Stone^ufldhg'.
(NfiXT TO THE B^JTK). ,
>Vltere will be found, lis usual, a colli* .
plcte assortltient ot--~ -
GRbOEKltoS.*    '
And a lino line of;.   -',   .
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, &c, Ac
Which will bo sold at thu LOWKST
POSSIBLK PRICES for Cash.
He thanks his friends for their past
lihend patronage and hopes for a con'
tlnuance of the samo. . mhl
H.W.HUGHES,
Newspaper & Book Agent,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.    fl
T-.rontn Weekly Mull !41 e6
Toronto Weekly Oblin 1 ad
Mon trim I fterulil & Wei-lily Stnr 1 00
Mmitivnl Weekly Wthuss 1 IH
Sclent"!"!*.' Anierli-ith » 25
Scottinli Anii'i-lrnnJottrtial .1 00
Situ "Pruiielticii lliillcliii 2 W
H-U'iiei-'ti Mukii/Iih* nml Weekly, iwcti 4 00
n-Mlnv'N l.iiilii'K' Itonlt .,......., 3 M
Pirn Fi-imcl-ten Weekly Cnll (lll*tifiiikrt Cree)..... I Uf
Krinik Leslie'.) ruMleiitkmH at l'tiMMifr'sPiiow*   ,
llltenil'8 Life '.V.\::L;.;  2 I*
Tielinulor To-Dav il i'2 Wl -
Lives nml Portrait*iiMVImur I'resldcntiiof II.8.
Anil nny otln-r papera or Miiniizliie-t of IftmrWIttl -
In OuiimlniirtiiMirDnltcilStntfK. Tlie UliUrflli
wiiils Fiir.K ii lot of Ki<i>-N nml )ilmits. vislMe nt tin*
Meefiiillli-'hlnsllliili!. Tlii'abovo liriMtll tlTi'Uil nt
tlie .=iiiiH> in ires i'Iijivui'iI Ity |hiM!»1h rn, ho thu
simnt'i- vmi H]i]ilv ilie itii-ini-r tlie impel- will arrive, -
A(•.*!)I Tii- Woi-li, rulilMilngCtt., (Inelpli, Out.     •
IlKNItV W. iniOIIUS, AfiMit,
mill ; ei  IKvvt Weslwirif-ter, |,tO,
R7f Out'lph Orgnds—Imrt nimle.  l-artlcnlnn* tilt
emjiiivy.
ESTABLISHED^IN   m%
L P. FISHER'S
33" XI TiV SIS 3? Jk. I» XI Xti
SDVERTISING
«3- TEi W «□ "Sr7"
lloiiins -m and !!!, lli'i'i'liitnts- Kx-
(Sliiingei Callliii'iilii St., S. F„ Cnl.
N
AOVKHTlSIiVG SOLICITED
nil iiru'*-|ittpeiii [Hilillshi'il on tlie I'jii'llli:''
Sumlwlch luliuiilsi I'olyiitiKf'i. Mexican
•orl.-i, I'miiiiiiii, Yiil|uinilso, .Injiaii, Cliiint, NeW
eiilnml, tliu A mt in I In n C'llonictt, lliu Knslcril
tales nm! i:iii-o|h-. Files of in-iivly e'vry iiewu-
ll'ior I'llliliflietl nil Hie I'lldllc Const art- kt'|it
diMliiiiily nn li.iinl ami all ndviTtiierri aru
llntvi-il In-e HCUOria to thi'in lllltillg I'lisiiie.s lii.nrs.
Tlm ItKiTisn C--M-.11IHN It Kent on lllont tlio
lllt-1-i.rL. », t'ISHHH.
To Di?rashs, CoMrLAiNTs and AcatMnm
wliicli Haovakd's Yellow Oil it Btianif
tccd io ciiiu or rcliov» either fn mam or
ISkast,
TAKEH INTERNALLY FOR
CROUP,
COUGHS,
CRAMPS,
SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA,
COLDS, Ac.
..PLIED EXTEIIMUr m
RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA,
CHILBLAINS,
CALLOUS LUMPS
SWELLINGS,
STIFF-JOINTS,
GALLS,
FROSTBITE,
LAMEXESS,
CORNS,
CONTRAC1IONS
BRUISES,
LUMBAGO,
ITCH,
DEAFNESS,
P.UNINBACK,
SPRAINS,
PAIXInSIDEfAU,
Every bottle enernewed to gltr.
tion or money refunded. -
MKITIMI WITH "OH Umt MRtlt,
T.aiLBTOWfc 00-*r*l**rpri»t«ri
TORONTO, OUT.
AYRSHIRE BULLS!
rnHK UNDfiRStONKI) HAS FOR
X fill" "ii rotiRoiiablo toriiin n few lialf-
l-nul Ayrsluru yearling Bull., aired by tlio
Thuroughln-wl Aymlilro Bull
Tlitr (Iniiii. lining cliokn  dairy cows.
A. S. VKDDJSRi
Kit Stmiu.
TIIE CHEAT GXGUSIREHEDY'
Ifiiniever-riiillnf,
Cure, for Nerv-
onuDebllity.Kx-
lmui*tpil Vfttlin-
o f m n y k I rt d,
WeitknfH, Phi-*
itlysis, iind nil
Ihe terrible ef-
b-rtsoljowtbful
[folllei, nnd ei»
ceesfs in mnlurer yvnrs.
Dlt. MUVTTK will "(tree to forfeit
VItc Hundred HoIlarN for a ense of
this kind tbe Vital Ki'MoMtlvC (onder
Ilia Hpucial mivifc unii trentment)wi|| not
utirej or fotf'nnytbirfj impure orinjiiriom
round in ft. DR. MINTIK 'routs all Dli-
i-ii!*-<-.■■ niiiTPfl*»t'ully without mercury.
roNHUlUtlon frCC* Thorough Mami-
tmtiuti and advice, $&-00. Piictfof Vital
lEt'storilllve, $'4 00 a bottle, or four
tiuifs tbe quantity, $10*00; Bent to any
address upon receipt of price, orO O. (>..
secure from observation, nnd in private
iintne if desired, by A. K. MIXTIK,
M.I).
Those who cannot visit DR. MINTIK
in .Sim FrnnciFco should send a full and
rain nl e stiiipmnnt ot tlit-ir troubles with
$2500, nud in n lorn a full courvo of
Medicine will bo farwHrdcd, securely
tmuked, so as uot to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine 0, 0. D, must
bo accompanied with $1.00 {us a guar-
tint I'd nf ixoud fnlLb), which will ba deducted when Ihe pnekngt' is shipped.
8AMPL8 DOTTI.K PBKK.-Sant on
npplionlion hy letter st.iting symptomi,
sex nnd nge. Coniinunicntions sirictly
cotifiileiiiinl. jny31-ly
II limnu') »irt*i'tf San Friiiiflitro, Cat*

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