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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
"\  IS  PUUL1SUKD	
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
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ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Ehtjiakce to Editorial and Business Department tiirouoh T. R.
Pearsdn & Go's, Book & Stationery Store.
TERMS«1iyMnll, $3 n yonr t $100 for.fl.nios.i
$t'fbr Oj*)os,* ]i!iyi-ti],.' it, Ailnmnii, llolivunul
liy-'Oturliiror'Aptnt, $1 por quiu'tui*, pUyalilo
(junrti'i'ly to Ctm-Ier or Agont.
Jtil JL lOll
VOLUME 22
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0,, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 18S2.
NUMBER 7
, AGENTS]
T. H/HiDBtN & Co. Viotoria.
Wu. HAimison Vale.
L. P. FISHER Mvortieing Agent, 21 Slerolinntl.
Kxelinnia-, Hum I'l.mi. i.-.-... i.nutlinri.siid tu receive
Advoi-tiflemonls fur thia leipor.
Till**1 SJft!>rt5 m»ei«.ri,niiii on nio «t
i Hill rArbn oeo. i>, iiootii *oa'.'«
Notv.tmie.i- Ailvei-tl.liis llonion (111 ,S|uwu .St.),
wliei-e e'lvrthiiit; CUIiiraotB Hilly lie itiiuly till" It ill
NEW f IIUK.
Ilie "British €6lumbi;in
Suliml-.J'  *"(ii*imiik. July '!'.', IKK).
John Bright Resigns.
Mi-J -Gladstone':*! experience, ns ri
Prime' Minister hns'hot b'K^iS luippy;
From the moment upon which lio
enteral upon the task of forming n
ministry he 1ms been beset with difficulties nud disappointments. We
beliovo n largo majority of the ciVi-
lizod world gives him credit for
thorough honesty of purpose, nnd a
conscientious regard for personal und
national rights, and his embarrassments may bo credited lo extraordinary circumstances rather than to
nny weakness or dishonesty in his
administration. Gladstone's greatest
care has been, of course, the adjustment of Irish affairs j but there are
other matters which have required
all the resources of a skillful stiites-
inan.and leader. The complications
which have, lately grown up in
Egypt demanded, prompt nnd do*
decisive notion. Gladstone- noted
promptly and energetically, ulid his
■actum met with applause from almost every quarter. Hut in the hour
of apparent success a new embarrassment presents itself. John Bright
disagrees with his colleagues on Bri-
Iain's. Egyptian policy, nnd resigns
liis seat in the cabinet. Ju doing so
Mr. Bright is said to have justified
his course bythe plea that the attack on Alexandria was uncalled for
and wholly indefensible. He said he
was opposed to sending the fleet to
Egypt originally for any political reason. He considered that England bad
no business tointerferein tho internal
affairs of Egypt, having no serious
interest there except InMieSiiez canal-,
nnd the canal was never menaced by
Arabi or anybody else. He believes
that the massacre on the 11th June
\vas largely provoked by tho presence1
of the English (leet. He regards the
continued presence of the fleet, wit!
'constantly increasing numbers of foreign men-of-war iu a friendly harbor, as itself a menace and unfriendly not. Tho motive of sending them,
namely, the pro tec! Sou of British
subjects, was a good motive, but
matters were so arranged that the
ileet became a source of danger rather
than n protection. 'When asked
what the fleet should have done after
Admiral Seymour Iind delivered the
ultimatum and Arabi promised to
discontinue urmuuients and (hen
broke this promise, h*: answered that
we had yet beard but one side of Hie
story, and he seemed inclined to discredit the report that the electric
light showed that the troops were
continuing work. He insisted-, Iidw-
t'ver, tlmt these details were comparatively unimportant. Tho real
muse of his resignation was the use
of force which was not defensible ou
moral grounds. "For 40 yours," said
lid, "I havo told my countrymen that
morals wero the true basis of politics.
1 have denounced war. I should lmvo
been false to my pi inciples had I be-
•oomo a party to a war which was
begun without necessity." Tho resignation of Mr. Bright will be n
oevero blow to tho Gladstone Government. Eor some timo the existence of that Government seems to
have been threatened continually by
tlio cottiplications arising out of tho
truth question, and it can ill nflbrd
o lose either moral or substantial
lipport. It is not believed itiiy othor
nembor of tho ministry difiseuts
rom. Gladstone's Egyptian policy,
Itliough it is reported that nmiiy
jibe'rul members express extreme
it-row and dissatisfaction at tho
otribnrdment of Alexandria.
Scientific iilisfccl-huu).
Tllti' woll known drug linn of N. C.
oltjnii & Co., of Kingston, writes that
r. Fowler's extract of Wild Strawberry
in loilg boon oonnidc'1-eil the host I'mftVn
■aii-ily iov an miner ooutjila'utfl in thu
Kirkei, and adds tlmt thou1 ctiutoinor**
icnk in the highest terms of its iitOriW.
,'ihl Strawberry is tlmjwafc known
imedy for Cliolura Morbus, Dysentery
itl all JJowcl Com plain la;
The botanical literature- of tho Chinese is quite exienaivo and important,
and dates back to 2l»i)7 B.  0.
Tho Acronautioid Society of Groat
Britain proposes holding an exhibition
next year to show what progress has
been made toward a solution of tho
problem of aevinl navigation.
An estimate of the quanfity of sediment oarried down by Olimo-iu rivers
indicates that if the doposjt continues
at lhe present rate the Yellow Rea
'will bu converted into dry land in
30,000 yours.
Fossil remains lately found in France
prove that a group of > mamfttals winch
existed in tho latoE'Jt.euo period united
many of tho characteristics of pigs
with those of monkeys—an association
of characters of peculiar interest to
students of evolution.
Colors fade undor the influence of
the electric light us in sunlight, but
M. Docanx finds that tho oflbct is
weaker. With an arc light of 200
candle-power, tho influence upon oil
and water paintings and colored wool
seemed to be about one-fourth as
powerful as sunlight, influence.
Tho size and wei»ht of the human
brain are absolutely greater than in
any animals except the elephant and
the larger whales. The brain of tho
elephant is said to weigh from eight to
ton pounds, and that of a large Honor
whale between fivo and six pouudu.
Relatively to the bulk and weight of
the body, the brain nf man is exceed td
ni size only iu smile small birds and
mammals.
Tho electric light   hns  become so
important a feature in building operations that   the    Eoyn!   Institute of
British Architects ,in   considering tbo
merits of the   various   systems with
reference to architecture, and is trying
to decide upon the expediency of ro-
i i'pliriug its students   to pass an ox-
j aminatlon in   pliys',m)    scielico as a
! preparation for the study of electrical
apparatus.
ClaS and electricity have combined
to produce light in a new system. A
strip of platinum foil ia su arranged iu
connection with a burner lis to be
boated when the gas is ignited, the
platinum then offering so much resistance to an eloiJtrio current passed
through it as to bo raised to incandescence and in turn giving to the gas a
very high leniperatiiro and causing it
to bo entirely uonsiunod. By the aid
of a small current a very brilliant
light is said to 1)3 -^juducud with a
groat economy of gas.
Experimenting to determine tbo
order iii whieh the notion of the viui-
oiiii orgiins of tho body ceases in
asphyxia, M, Pint has concluded that
the exact instant of death is very dilli-
cult to determine. The movements
uf respiral ion lirst cease to be apparent,
then the boating nf tho heart beeouios
less frequent, the pupils of tho eyes
dilate excessively and tbo cornea becomes insensible; but theso are only
apparent signs uf death, for after they
have appeared iu dogs tho aniioals
have been restored to life by artificial
res [ii rat ion.
Renewed confirmation of tho infectious character of con'sumpthm has
boen obtained by M. Giboux. Tu tho
experiments made, nil* which had been
expired by consumptive animals was
introduced twice a day for 105 days
into a wooden ease Ci.'utaming young
rabbits, the case being olosed each
time for two hour*' to prevent access of
other air. Tlio result was the formation of tubercles in tho lungs of tbo
l'abbits. Other rabbits, " similarly
treated excopt that tho infected ait*
Was passed through carlnili'/.ed wadding, remained entirely unaffected.
Two methods of Utilizing (ho power
of sea-wavea have been proposed. In
the systuul of M. Gallon en. the rise
and fall of a large final, produce enrres-
ponding niotiups of a bell-shaped iron
vessel by means uf 'plillbysi As this
vessel rises air is drawn through valves
in its tnp and as it falls tho air is forced
through pipes into a compressing
reservoir. By tho ether plan, suggested by .Prpfi Weft nor of Brim, a
species of air-trap in the sea-wall serves
as au air-compressor under the boating
of tho waves. Prof. Wolluor produces
motive power from tho compressed
air by running a pipe from tlm reservoir under an air wllool (resembling nn
overshot watoiMvhoul) immersed in
walor. Tho air displaces tho water1
from the cells and drives tho wheel
round whilo expanding and rising to
the surface
Under a common lens a fly is seen
enlarged to several tiilies its ordinary
size, and it is often inferred that a
mioroscopo having a magnifying power
of a thousand diameters must transform
the insect into a winged mastodon of
huge proportions. This is not so,
however, for tho reason that undor a
strong magnifying power tho range of
vision becomes very limited, nud it is
iinpo.*isibIo to view more than a very
small p'urtinn at a timo of so largo an
object as tt fly. Tho diamotor of tho
sii-callod field o'f view of various Microscope objectives lias booh measured by
Phin, with the following results: With
a magnifying power o.f twonty-livo
diameters, tho field is about a quarter
of an inch; with fifty diameters, it is
nne-eighth of an inch; with oi'e hundred diameters, one-sixteenth of au
inch; with fivo hundred diameters,
one-eightieth of ail inch; and witli one
thousand diameters, tho one-hundred-
and-Iiftioth of an inch—-a space Which
is ordinarily invisible to tho miked eye.
With tlio most powerful microBcupos,
therefore, it is useless to expect to
examine all at once any object visible
to the unaided eye.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
T)0OK BINDER, PAPKJt RULER,
J3 and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Ijraiymg Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, illustrated Panel's,
etc., neatly and cheaply Hound.
Government Street, Victoria, B. C.!
ARTHUR 1 IHliil
W,AT,l'U.    IK
liEIEML IEEOHAIDISE
feRANVILlE, B. I.,
NEW WESTMINSTER,.B. G.
MORTON   HOUSE,
SPMCE'S ItniUGlt,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
mllE   ABOVE   HOTEL   IS   NOW
1    open for tlio acodmmotlntioii of tho
Tulilic, nml the proprietor will endeavor
to tloservo n fair share of patronage,
The vory host of Wjnt.3, Liquohs and
ClQAlis will always he kept.
"j.   MORTON.
July 1, 1SS1. and
Contractor and Builder.
I'liAXSanil 81'KQIlfICiTIOSS ftlltE'
nilY ill AUK OUT.
AIBO AOT.NT  l-'t)Ii 'rm;
Asphalt Eooflng Company.
TMs i.i tho BEST and CHEAPEST
Roofing'now-ip uso.   Call and examine
model root.
iW Rhnp envner of Mackenzie k Clark-
son Street**, NowAVestiniuatori    apl2
FIRE INSURANCE.
(Amalgamated witli Scottish Coimnorcial)
tNSURANOE COMPANY
Cniiiiali - ,£2,000,000 sterling
Rinks aocoptod at  QulVeiit Eatca of
Premium by
J0HJJ C. BSOWW,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia St., Xe\v Westminster,
SELLING OFF I
J.-AT--
GREAT BARGAINS!
THE HSTIRK 8T00K 0V     "
Fiiritlture,   iMcluvc.Hi,   Moulding,
Wall i'npei', and Undertiikers"
fjood.s,
in the Store lately pociipiod by David
AVitlirow. *
Oi-ilers for 6ooda Mldeii aro not on
hand will be fiUad froiii viottorla pu short
.notice.
For furthor pai'tloiilai'flj apply on the
iiroiniBOSi Colunibia Strpoii New Woat-
mlustor, oi* to
J,   SEHTj,
Victoria, 11. O.
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., Nlw WGffraiNBTcn, B. C.
any riuxu,  niiv rirriMi,   tot'it-
HI'-SSOSfS «U1IU'KVK»,
BEW1NO MAOHXNKS
Gleaned ami Ittipalrott;   JMaehiim
NeoiUcH for Siiloi
I iiiiinlliiH li.-mii tl, nail «.*-iitml Et«<i»;,ir-
liiK nrall)' (Ittiu't
Aimimnitiiin of all lunila.    A full assortment of I'edoading Tools, and everything
rapiirL-il by a Sportsman. Rii-u-'s, Shot
(ii:nu, Kkvolvkiw, and KisiiiNii Tacki.e
for mile. *12iy
ADVANTAGES OF THE
GOAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils of Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
THE BEAdOIf LIGHT is
an Oil of High Test with a light gravity,
whieh makes the Oil a protection against
explosion.
One Ordinary Biirner gives n'-(Brtl*
Hani) Light t'uual io "'.mi Candle
Lights I
Its odor is not ofibfalve.   The Beacon
Light Oil te
FHEE   FROM  SMOKE & SMELL.
In point of Economy, the Deacon Light
Oil is
t.vsn i;'»i*i:\si-h. tiia\ owi'it oils.
The G'oiisuiner biiniing one light—for
Pour ilonrij-will not eonsunie over Ond
({ill, or ou"e tliirtj'-fieeoml part of aOal-
Ion. ivhiuh drills not tux the Consnmof
more than '1'wo Contfl for a whole night.
OPPKXHKIMHll BROS.-,
fol Solo Agents, Victoria,' B.C.
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotal
in the City,
THE CUL1XARY toJPABTHEST
IS XiNDKR THK CHARGE  OV AX
EXPKKIKNCEIJ ARTIST.
THE UNDERSICINED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
Ima purchased the above Hotel, where
everything.will he found first-clasa, niid
nt reasonable rates.
The Ptirlovs nnd Sleeping Apart-
llients tiro under  the superintendence
of Mas. Howisos,
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies.
Families and Private Parties.
A;Private i^enAIril Uooin, •commodious, ■joiufortalily furiiiahoil; and
wollsiipplicd with books iind paptii's, is
provided for the use of guests.
■3C3EE-HI   B'A.Xfc
Is supplied with the ehoiecat bnuuls of
Wimw, Ijijriuts, CioAiis, kc
J. W. HOWISON,
PllOl'ltlKTOU.
SEfEilTHOOSffl!
ACEES
DYKED LAIBB
tt'OR SALE.
Tlie mtilei'signeil offer
LAMO ON MATSP PRAIRIE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT BEASONABIB PlHCES.
I.H)orill Tonus of I'nymonl given lo
lloiia l!(!c. Seniors.
TIn'Lii; Ldntta ar6 of oxcbllBiit quttllty,
ami » large poi'fc'lou of tliein i--. i-eiuly for
tho plough.
WOODS k TUHNE11,
Now Wi.-ilKliKt.r,
)•:. M, JOHNSON,
ri-.n.-l.
Or 0. IS. swo;;i>.
ocS Ri
PIANOS, ORGANS,
mm*
^auiffiTS
OF KVJ!KY  DKSOlilPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN KNDMSS VAllIK'l'V,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Aflssortmentj from §*25 to §110,
—AT—
II A«\ all! CO.'S
]\IUSrC   STORE,
UOVKIlXJIliST STRKKT,  VIITOIIM
J.  BAGNALL,
'PlAXni*i>*lTl-:iU>lt(i.\Nt TOSKR& ItErAUtlil
Bl
(AT BHUNETTE MILLS.)
ITAVINO KNOAOKD 1'IIK SKU-
.1 L vie'ea of Mr. .l/s. Sl'IBKSi nml
iittoil our Shop with ft act of tirat-olass
Tools, wo nro ill ti position to tili-i, out
tho host iJUIility of work in tliu line.
myl.'l IH.IIKI'K IIKOS. ,100.
ROYAL   C!TY
if ii I
(1,1m E'JCTESIS)
HAVi; ON HAND AND ABE I'HK
I'.VliliD TO Jl.VNUI'AOTURE
—ALL iit:(ir;!:u"]'rii.s'.s or—
Bough k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
I'lanlM. Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Shaping,
Anil all kino's of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with the
MOST IMl-llOVED MAOHINERy.
FISH   CASES   A   SFECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEAV  WESTj'rtNSl'ER,   B.   C.
JOHN EENDSY,
Manaobii.
OLONIAL
Jbr-eSttle or lo lent.
BlllCltS FOB SALE.
rnHK SUB3CKD3EK HAS A KILN
.1. of excellent bricks for sale cheap.
Delivery aiiywh'cre.
T. McKAY.  .
New AVeatnii nster, ■ . '■'
June 24, I8S1. jn25
J.H. PLEWEACO.
IMVOKTEHS AKD DKAtERS IN
STOVES,
BANG-ES,  toO., toO.,
House Furnishing Go ids,
I'A!NTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE.
SPORTING   GOODS.
A full aptoi'tmont conatantly.ori linnd, ot
tho LOWEST JIAKKIOt RATES.
Tinware infiuufacturecl on thb pitnni-
3u9.   .lobbing promptly nttanilotl to.
noMtitnou'H ST«xr. lit ildivo,
tieyr tVcstmlnnlvr,
00 TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET   YOUE
MONEY'S WORTH.
-QOOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY
J) do-.L-riptiou iiuuio to order, nnd l-o-
pnlt'cd, from an
INFANT'S   SHOE
—Tl)   A—
na.A.wr-s  jboov.
Tho higiiort CASH price yiiiil for HIDES
JAMES EOTJSSEATJ,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
Oi'I'oiiitv the Basic.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
1 Oi.n ]lRi*.\ii ST. mill HI I'ai.l Mali,,
JAlNliON.
COMMA STRKKT,
New   Westminster, B. C.
HAAUNO PUROHASKD AND
. completely ro-fnniioheil iiml
otlicnvise greatly unproved this
well-known est-ibliidnneiiti I have
the pleasure to anuqiuice tliat it ia
now
Vov the reception ol Guests.
Conviently lociited and well tip-
pointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And nl,l the most, modern appliances, it will he found in every
respect the hest, as it is lhe largest
and most qomniodious', Hotel oil the
Mainland.
FOR   SALE':
mm: followinsi-
10 Fat Hogej
IS Sm.il! Hogs,
1  White Chester Dour,
A numljOT of 'rSi-Ses,
1 OuUinir Boit,
i Hittforin Sonic (oapaclty 1,000),
Al.-o-4'ov onlo or hn?o~theprcmiacs
loooiHly oecupiod by ine.
To ho ooon on unj.-lieatiotl to
W. ,T. FJ1ENCH.
New Wost,, july-l, IS
15'"
Fl SALE OR LEASE.
i
Riverside Farm, Matsqui,
IN WHOLE Oil PAUT,
/CONTAINING TI111EU HUNDRED
\J acres Dyked Lnnd, of which 250 acres
could cntily ho put undor crop for next
season,
WITH WIIA1IF Sll I'liKT FRONT. Mid
AV.l'Mi BARS" AMI IITHKlt
Bl'lLIHXU    ACCOJIJIOBATIOS.
Apply to
C. B. SWORD, '
Riverside.
Tho
BA1M   FARM
FOR SALE Of? LEASE.
RESTAURANT
Department ia under the very hest
management huth us regards COI81NJ3
and attendance, and parties dcsiiing
them can hnve comfortable I'l'lvillC
Hilling ttt'oms, with spoeial attendance.
The
BAft   BOOM
Is atocked with .tlio choicest AVinnM
und Liiptora, and the.hest brands of
Cigni'3 will always bo kept on hand.
Th'v
BILLIARD IIGDM
Ih spacious and well appointed, and
provided with Stuaui,i;'m Patent
CUSHION TABLES,   ihe best iu
use.
■ it<^ Good attendance anil mcilcr-
;>.te oharees.
J, E. INSLEY,
PitorKiETOR & Masaokr.
April 4, 1882. np5
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
HUR"R.Ar,D       INLET.
Xcn!.v Ball! mul Xi'irly Fnrnlslicd,
\;,<i",;o iind I'ominoillous.
ONE OF THE BEST riOTELS ON TIIE MAINLAND.
Oonnnpiids an onhrokon view  of  that.
lnnffllifloQllt sliootof v.ntor known im
foul llnrhur, tho futuretorlmnus
dt   tho   Canadian   1-noifio
Railway.
Sl'ITS    III'    KOOUS    I'«K    l'.tJIII.!i:S.
S-Zi- Visitors and To.in.sls will liiul it a
quirt and pleasant resting placo.
the scale of charges will he found to
he strictly inodemto.
Good stahling on the promises.
JOSEPH  MANSION,
l'i;i>n;n:To
ORG RESTAURANT
(•(lUMHIA STKKKT,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
(ESTABI.IS1IEH  IS50.)
mill* WELL KNOWN .-WU MOST
1_ oonvoiiionlly located ostahlishinonl,
having lioon purchased by Iho under-
siL.-n.it, will be conduotoil'ns a FIRST-
CLASS
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IB
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iiakOoatm).,
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VlliirrAr.i.K
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v2# Ht'inl-Ai'lir,   Caii-
—I '.ii*,;ill<*n;cnfl(n<s-
i, lit tallies,*!, Hoartbiirnj
1    [JfCUtlii    E.ns.i of Ai."
It", .iniiiKlIci'',  1mn of
- S'nm.ii-li, l.lvrr 4'otn-
i*.--i.*n-!-;ii^rroiiithoSioin*
I,tiiu.". -.  Tliey urn tntc.
!ii.i.!i-jfnii;lU«i, VnnnltoJ
ta, ■:%?, rut itov.
inst' itutei> 1808.   BOARDING    HOUSE,
! 71011 IXSUUIM'I HOUSES Js OTHER   Under.tho pcraonnl superintendenco of
I   Buildings, clooils, Wares, Morohnn- j Mas. D.tatiFfI.
ilhic, Manufaoturlug and Fiu-mliig Stock, ] 	
Ships in Port, llarhor or Hook   and Iho ,„, „. CJl 9K w .
CfireoosofsileltYossols] nlso, Slaps muhl-1 n  nn
ing nnd repairing, Barges and other Yes- i Board k LodgiugjTlcr Week Sh 00
sols oil liavlgablo rivora and oannls, nnd   Board ahmo por U ook i OU
Goods ou board such Vessels, throughout: Single Meals      "0
Great Britain and Ireland and In Foreign j 	
Countries, Sir Tho Mail Stagoa leave this House
! for Burrard Inlet twice a day.
F.U.MIiOSSO.Mm.AfiK.IVnU.i.j g    w_   ^^
Sulwcribcf Ad Invested Capital,        May 0, 1381.  	
£1,(300,000 8TG.
or
lUitos of Prchiium and ovory Informa-j '     J
tbnoiratboobttiinuiVonhiipliciitionto     \ mHN, Kl.OATINii IPHOTOQRAPHIC
«'    i     .iiiHifniiAvn !     'inllory will ivinnin imly a fewdayi-
VV. J.   ARMSTRONG, ior. Thoso who liave worlnvill plcaw
Agent for Now Wc^iniusL.-r.   call ami get it." |tt/
rpUK 1-AlliVr CONSISTS OF 320
L Acres, in Nioula Valley, known aa
1J. L. Anderson's .Ranch, of which a part
is suitable for crop. It is situated about
3 miles from the Public Hall and Road.
Also—7"> Milk Pans, Cluirn, and all
the implements necessary for Dairying,
Also—20 good Milch-Cows.
.   Apply to
P. L. ANDERSON,    ..
aputc "Nicola Lake.
"for saleT"
CABINET ORGAN
StlTABLE FOR
Church or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason et Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, 'with 2 full sets of
reeds, sah-li.isa, octave coupler, vox lm*
niaua, grand organ, and knee swell, 8
stops. This organ is now used in the
Methodist CHurch, and is sweet toned
and in good tinier. Will bo sold for glof)
ca.ili, as it is intended to procure a more
powerful one. This is a decided bargain'.
Apply to
T. IX. PKABS'ONfc CO.,
Stationers k Music Dealers,
foltc New Westminstflr.
FOR SALE:
A Splendid Farm!
■200   ACfiES    IMPROVED I
135   Acres  Un-fler   Timofliy!
mHE USDEttSIGNED OFFERS for
.!_ . Sate, on utyorabie tenns, IiIb splendid .Farm, situated nn the North Ami',
11 pules from tho City of New Westmiiij
stcr and within four iiifles of the Town
of ilranvillc, the
RAILWAY   THRMMUS.
The Farm cdilftlhis 851 acres of rich
bottom land,' thoroujihty dyked and
drained and free from overflow at, all
seasons^
'Inure an*
sou   .ukks   i.iii'«»ii;iK
Of which 135 acres aro undei' timothy,
and t!i« rimuiiiuler uitihir oiitu, root crops
and pasture.
There is a good hearing or liard and a
uplendid spring of pure water.
There arc a cnmfoi*talile dwelling, two
dopble burns l*20*.i:i foot, together with
sliodB and other out-bnildings.
The Farm is wi'll 8'tocked with hoi*scs,
uultlc, pijn, kc, and with the most improved ngricultunil implements .ind ma
chiuery, including a -'('iant Jieaper.''
Tlio property fronts on tlie North Arm,
and there is a wlinrf (not quite finished);
affortUilg QXCcUuut landing lor steamers!
TJicre is no bettor farm in the country;
and it is iu a condition to pay a large
profit on the ii>vestment from tbe firat.
Tlie Kami will.be sold with or without
tlio live stock.
Eor.pM*ticnlars apply bit tlie-pranises
or liy pest to
11U01T MAGEE.
New West.,
v.s':.
jyfi
PR0V.NC.AL_ ELECTION
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
i.\ that, in acuordaiico with the provisions of the "Corrupt I'mcttcos Prevention Act, 1S71." I luive appointed Mr.
W. J. FiiuNt'ii, of this City, my agent'
for the present Provincial Election.
GEO. BLACK.1
Now \\,o8timnstor, i
July 10,   I8S2i ,iyl2td
PROVINCIAL ELEOTIOS
ATli'FK'H   IS    HEREBY   0IV15N,'
1\     tliat, in aecnl-daiicc with the pro-,
visions nf tlie "Corrupt Practices Pro,*
volition Act, 1871," 1 have iir.»ninbnl Mr.
L-iiAri. (!. Major, of this City, my agent
for tlio pros-cuit 1'ravincinl Elootiou,
.1X0. hobson;
:<ev.- Woalniiilatov,
.luly 1(1,   ISSC. iyl2td
. vmHmtiM.toM&*m
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Photo. Gallery........D. E, Judltins
Private -Board Wanted .... A. B,
Tenders Wanted Wm. McKee
High School . -. E. Robson
Special..-... ,T. R-. Pearson & Co.
Special,. .-.-.*.. .Methodist Church
•TT!
lire firitteh Columbian.
Kali-inlay H-irn-iiif**, .Inly !
Before the Battle.
Next Monday tlio electors of
British Columbia wiil decide who
shall represent thetn in the new
parliament. Tbe questions of policy
which chiefly concern tlio people
have been very freely discussed iu
tlie columns of this journal, and
we have no doubt tbey are fully
understood by tlie mass of the electors. As un independent ,journal
the Columman is teady to give its
aid and support to any government
which addresses itself intelligently
and energetically to the honest administration of tlie affairs of 'tlie
province. Xt fens been forced to
oppose tbe present government because its administration was characterized by neither intelligence,
energy nor honesty. It lias pointed
out many of tho government's blunders; it has shown how fearfully
loose and impracticul many of the
government's enactments havo proved
to bo; it has deprecated the scandalous waste of our limited reaonrccs
on drydocks and foreign missions
which were wholly indefensible.
Since the resignation of Hon. Mr.
Walkem the Government lms literally lost its head—and when the
head -is lost the brains go witli it.
There is nothing left to bo called a
government, Now, it is quite certain that the present apology for ti
government cannot eiist after tbe
elections, With the exception of
Kootenay wo doubt if it will get
one solitary supporter from the
mainland • and if reports from the
"island are to ho. credited it will be
in a minority 'even 'there. Nobody
knows who will constitute the new
government, or who may bo called
upon to form it. It will doubtless
bo composed of members who are
opposed to the Beaven administration. It is of the greatest importance, therefore, that tlio electors
should send to the new parliament
tliose candidates who tire best qualified to represent them. From among
these members the new government
must be formed, and no one can tell
from what district they may be
selected. Every representative to the
neat parliament should be a man who
is capable of filling an office in the,
ministry, If the electors exercise
their franchise with tho same wisdom and discretion whieh would be
■ exercised in a matter of business
personal to themselves, the now
government and the parliament
would be composed uf the best available men in the cduntry. Wc hope
no elector will fail to poll his vote.
Time at this season is precious, we
"know, but the loss of a few hours
•may bo vory insignificant iu comparison with the interests involved
in this election. In this district
there is no government candidate.
The duty of all electors is, therefore,
very simple: vote for two of tlie
best men.
will certainly bo very large. Mr.
Anderson gives the approximate
valuo of tho plant of tho British
Columbia canncYios as follows :—
Findlay, Durham & Brodie, $15,
000; Adair tt Co., §25,000 ; Delta
Cannery, $25,000; B. C. Packing
Co., §25,000 ; Ewen k- Co., $25,000 ;
English A Co., §27,000; Haigh <fe
Sons, $25,000 ; Laidlaw -VCo,, $21,-
000; Turner, Beeton & Oo.*, $1G,-
000; Windsor Canning Co.-, $15,-
000; Croasdrtile, $15,000-; !Earle,
Davis & Spencer, $10,000; total,
§244,000. Tho current outlay of
these canneries is given as $909,000.
There will certainly be a largo increase in all these items this year.
Mm Issuer.
The Government organ at Victoria is doing all in its power to stir
up sectional prejudices in the hope
of saving tho government ft supports.
Tho Opposition are represented us
having combined in a scheme to
oppose all island interests for the
purposo of -securing inninla'nd sup-
•porfc to defeat "the government. The
capital is 'to fee removed to New
Westminster, the island railway is
to bo abandoned, and the graving
dock is to go to the dogs. This may
suit the Standard's peculiar notions
of political stratagem, but we can
scarcely think it will take to any
■extent even on bhe island. The
people of the mainland have certainly no desire to -retard the progress and development of Vancouver island. Thero would be nothing to gain, ■and much to lose. What
we w.yit is our just rights, and these
we mean to lmvo. We want a gov.
ernment tlmt will do jus't-ice to the
mainland farmers instead of jumping through the constitution to
squeeze from them exorbifcrrttt taxes
for missions at Loudon and bail
cement at Esqnimalt. Wo want a
government that will keep the trunk
roads in passable repair and cstab
'isb a ferry across the Eraser. We
want a government that will place
the financial aflah's of the province
on a sound footing, so that the legitimate revenue may meet the expenditure without saddling the people
with burdensome taxation or a heavy
provincial debt We want a government that wiil adjust the ropresen
tation to the population and resources of the various districts. If the
Walkom Government had done theso
things, and hud shown itself eapabl
and honest iu the management of
our affairs, it would have received
tho hearty support of the poople aud
of the Columbian.
Our Fisheries.
Editorial Notes.
In four Manitoba constituencies
elections for the House of Commons-*
were held on the 4th inst. The Globe
of the 11th claims that in three of these
—Marquette, Lisgar and Selkirk—Ko-
fnrni members wero oloetod, and the
Winnipeg Times (Tory) admits that tho
result in a decisive verdict against the
Government of Sir John. The Pacific
Railway Syndicate monopoly and the
disallowance of Manitoba Acts by tho
Dominion Government are doubtless
responsible for this result. Tho Syndicate has mado itself very unpopular
in Manitoba.
A supplement to the annual report of tho department of Marine
nnd Fisheries has just been issued at
Ottawa. It contains a statement of
the fisheries of tho Dominion, aud
much interesting information on
fish. A considerable space in tho
supplement is occupied by British
Columbia, made up mainly of the
reports of Mr. A. C. Anderson, Inspector of Fisheries in this Provinco.
Last year Mr. Anderson made an
extensive tour up the coast, examining all the fisheries, and his reports
are quite voluminous 'and interesting. Mr. Anderson reports the
British Columbia fish product of
18S1 as $1,454,321 exported and
$4,885,000 consumed by the Indians, making a total of $(1,329,321.
Tins product is larger than that of
any other province in tho Dominion
by $114,640. Nova Scotia ranks
next with $0,214,781; then comes
Now Brunswick, $2,930,904; Quo-
bee, $2,751,962 ; ' Prince Edward
Island, $1,995,289 ; Ontario, $509,-
903. Tho total fish product of tho
Dominion in 1881 was over §20,-
000,000, being a increase of $1,317,-
182 over 1880. Tho increase of the
iish product of British Columbia for
1881 amounted to $740,986, and
the ilioreuso for the prosont year
In its last issue the Guardian makes
two false announcements which it
hopes will induce the electors to vote
against Mr. John Robson. Ono is that
tho Victoria Colonist is "bitterly opposed to New Westminster city and
district," and the other is that "Mr.
Robson and tho Colonist are ono." We
need scarcely point out how utterly
untruo both of these statements are.
Every reader of the Colonist (and thero
aro many of them in this city and district) knows that no newspaper published on Vancouver Island is more
friendly to Mainland interests. It is
not necesBary to add that Mr, Robson
has no more connection with the Colonist than with the Guardian—end that
is certainly not much! lint the Guardian supports a party which lias persistently and shamefully neglected the interests of this city and district as
everybody well knows. The Opposition havo virtually pledged themselves
to do justice not only to this district,
but to tho Mainland generally. Tho
Colonist supports the party in Opposition, and bo does Mr. Robson.
PRIVATE BOARD WANTED.
TTTANTICD, IN A PRIVATE FAMI
VV Ij'i Board iind Lodging for two
young gentlemen. Address A. 11., this
Ufflee. jJ*S2-2t
THE SUNBEAM
PHOTO.  GALLERY
WILL VISIT
HOPE & YALE
About tho 27th JULY, rind remain for a
sl)ort time. Photographs of all kimlB
taken in the beM style known to Ufa
art,
B-. -R. JUDKINS,   ;
jy22-2\v ,.      Proprietor.
TENDERS WANTED.
SEALED TKNDEdS WILL BE Received by the undersigned up to
WEDNESDAY the 10th day of August,
for putting in Flood dates in Big Slough,
llounilary Bay, and making about seven
and one-half miles of a Ditch and Dyke
iu Townships 3 and 4, New Westminster
District.
Each tender must be accompanied with
the names of two good sureties iu the
amount of contract price for the faithful
completion of the work';
Plans and specifications may bo seen
at Messrs. T. It. Pearson k Co.'s, New
Westminster, up to the 1 st Any of August; after that date they can be seen at
Mr. Robt. T. William's Book-bindery,
Victoria.
Separate tenders will be received for
the work as stated in specifications.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order of Commissioners.
WM. McKEE,
Clerk.
Bayview, duly 19, 1SS2. jy22
COLLEGIATE
—AN* 11—
HIGH SCHOOL
NEW WESTiffiNSTlift, B. 0.
RE-OPENS   AUG.   30,   1882.
YISIT0HS:—Ri:v. R. JktoKW*; Rev.
C. Watson.
MAJfA'GERS i ■•■ W. J. Au.-isT-.oxn,
M. P. P., J. S. Cloth, Esq., Rev.
E. RoBspH, C. d. Major, Esq.
teacm'kks:—
II.  M,   KTRAMIlEK.i, B.A., VlilM'li'At.;
Mathematics, Classics and History.
Rkv. W. J. Dowler, B. A."lVioa-Prax-
cirAL; Modern Languages, Science
and Literature,
I,.  R.  McInni-s,  M.   O.:   Anatomy,
Physiology and Hygiene.
Mas. D. Ronsoxj Voice Culture and
Art; of Siugmg. -
Instrumental Music -{piano) by a first-
class teacher.
The school year consists of 40- weeks
of actual teaching, divided into four
terms of 10 weeks each.
EXPENSES:-:
Tuition, High School, per term, §15.00.
Bonrd, per term, §45,00.
Music (vocal or instrumental),per term,
sio.no.
Use of Instrument for practice, per
term, So.00.
Washing, 50 cents per doz.
For circulars, with fuller information,
apply to
E. ROBSON,
Soc.-Trens.
Now West., July 20,1882. jy22
TEACHERJrVANTED!
WANTED, FOR THE NEW WFST-
mihster Public School, an assistant Teacher for the Junior Division.
Salary, 80O per annum.
Applications to hu sent ill to the undersigned on or hefore the 2Sth inst.
THOMAS JNO. TRAPP,
Secretary.
New West., July 11, 1882,        jyl2td
L.OIST
ON SATUB DAY. LAST, IN THIS
City, a Silver Watch, and Chain.
Tho finder will ho rewarded on leaving it
at Mr. Town-scud's butcher shop.
R. A. ERASER.
New West., July 13, 18S2. jyl9-2t
DOMINION GOVERNMENT
SAVINGS BANK
NEW WESTMINSTER BHUiTIl.
DEPOSITORS ARE REQUESTED
to present their Pass Books fpY insertion of interest up to tho 30th June
1882.
G. PITTENDRIGH,
Agent.
N. W., July 11, 18S2. jylo
To the Electors of the District
of New Westminster.
Gentlemen:—The numerous
aiices of support which I have received
from all sections of the District hare
YiYdmpted me to offer myself «s 1\ candidate at the approaching election for the
Legislature.
1 nm opposed to the present Government because their polbiy has not been
in accord with the wishes iind tlie deli-'
berate judgment of the people
Their blundering mismanagement of
the Dry "Dock has precipitated the Province upon the verge of bankruptcy.
Their DeCosmos" mission to England
was impolitic and indefensible. It exhibited base ingratitude to the'Dominion
Government at a time when they were >
using tlieir utmost endeavors to fulfil
their obligations to the Province and the
mission has simply resulted iu alienating
the sympathies of our hwst friends and
has incurred the scot-n of the i^ster pro- -
vinecs.
Their Land Amendment Act of 1878,
which places in the hands of tlie Executive the power of "eviction" and "confiscation" after only three months' winning, hud not a shadow of JusViligation in
the premises—no possible pretext' for
proeceiHti-js so heartless and so arbitrary,
it was 'a deliberate -and unprovoked attack upon the froedom of 'tlnyeli-ctor-U'e-
ami deserves the reprobation of evory
fanning community, in the Province.
If elected, I shall advocate »« equitable redistribution of Seats in the Legislature; relief to repair tbe damages done
to roads and bridge** in the recently
Hooded portions uf the District; the keeping of all trunk mads in repair at the
expense of* the Government; the devising
of means to lift the dr.y-doek Incubus
from the shoulders of the Province; a
wider application of our municipal system, in order more economically and
effectively to grapple with our much
needed Improvements; and any general
measure which has ha* its object Tlm advancement of the interests of the District.
I shall consider it my duty to support
any Government which maybe formed
who, discarding sectional predilections,
evince an honest determination to work
for tlio general interests of the Province,
and'ah-ill endeavor to act in harmony
with my CqHed^uOB of the District and
City, always, however, reserving to myself the right to exorcise an independent
judgment, untmriimoletl by the pretensions of any individual or clique.
1 hopo to form a personal acquaintance
with the most of the electors during my
canvass and shall hike pleasure iu discussing more fully questions of local and
general interest.
I am Vour Obedient Servant,
JOHN KIRKLAND.
Hazel Grove,
New West. District, July 6, ISS2. jyS
To the Electors or the District
of New Westminster:
Gentlemen,—Having been solicited
by a large number of tho Electors interested in tho gum-Mil welfare of. our District, I allow myself to be noiiiiiiiiiedns
a candidate for your stliTragcs tit the
forthcoming election fur the Provincial'
Legislature.
My political views aro briefly as follows :
Although independent of party, I disapprove *bf -the policy of the present administration, more especially in regard
to the expenditure of large amounts of
the public revenue upon the dock at
Esquiiualt aiul the Det'oinnos mission.
I -will do -what I can towards promoting the construction of roads and bridges
and the establishfiicnt of schools throughout the Province and especially in the
District tliat I expect to have the honor
of representing.
Our lumber trade will receive my best
attention, fls-nlso our fisheries and the
dyking of the prairie lands.
lam in favor of offering substantial
inducements to honnfido settlors, every
one of whom should be allowed a free
grant of 1(10 aeres of land as a homestead.
Land speculation or n'ldiiopoliitatioYt JI
shall oppose by every legitimate means.
I believe iu Representation According
to Population, and would do iny best w
obtain it.
In conclusion, should I havo tlie honor
to .represent yon, my whole energies
shall be 'devoted to tbe .promotion of
your interests. Your mteYests are mine
and mine-arc yours. Iafh one of yourselves.
Yon'ifc Alost Obediently,
WILLIAM ISAAC.
Maple Ridge, jnffi
To Merchants and  Business
Men!
Agents will visit yon in about two or
three weeks witli 11 full lino of Rubber
Hand Stamps of superior quality anil
local make, bettor than tliose now being
introduced from California. Save duty
nnd charges by reserving your orders
until you sec samples, and then patronize IIOMK INIU'STHY.
R. T. Williams,
jn28 Broad* Gov't Sta., Viotoria.
 -♦-.>-♦	
JostReoeivhd -.10,000 Skipping Tags,
100 gross Chalk Crayons, and a largo
consignment of .Stationery and Fancy
Goods T. R. I'u.lliaos k (io.—Adc.
To tlit! Electors of (lie District
of New Westminster.
(Irnti.kvhn :—I hive been Induced to
offer myself ns a cmulluatc nt the approaching election lo represent you in
die Provincial Legislature.
Amongst the measures I would advocate, should you do me the honor to
select mc as your representative, aro the
following i
The removal of the Capital to the
Mainland; biennial sessions; opposing a
useless expenditure ou Dry Pock; settling any disputes between Dom'nion
and Local Governments; opposing needless missions; three Ministers ample; reducing Indemnity of Members to §5.00
far 30 days, with mileage, and no more;
amend School Act tn give Trustees full
power over grant to school; Registry
Olliee for New Westminster; revision of
Voter.' lists and a redistribution of seats
steam ferry charters whero required;
give flooded district aid, and favor any
practical scheme for reclaiming lands;
improvement of roads, /te., Ac, and
revenue to he fairly apportioned and
spent where most required; amend flog
Acl, 1881, to apply to all slock; compensation lo jurymen and witnesses; resident judge for New Westminster; orge on
Dominion 10 restrict Olilnoso llnmigrn-
grallon and to assist other immiyraats
with Provincial aid; and would support
good measures from whatever source
they might emanate.
As It is impossible In a short address
lo fully explain my views, 1 would suggest to the different candidates to travel
together ond address you nt tlie different polliog slaliuns and any oilier places
where most convenient for you lo attend,
so that each could more fully explain
their views, whieh would snve you a
deal of valuable lime al. this busy sea-
sun of the year.
Should nny unforseen and important
questions arise, nnd you should do
mo tlie honor to elect me, I would en-
deavor lo uscerlain your wishes and
then, as youi servant, not accordingly.
Aod ns your interests arc identical
with my own, resl assured that I would
use mv utmost endeavors to further tho
interests of the District nnd the Province
at large.
I have the honor to be,
Oeotlemen,
Your Ohodicnt Servant,
jj.,2 WM. II. LADNER,
FARMERS' St, MINERS'
IMPLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
OF
HARDWARE.
To the Eleetors or New Westminster District.
W. RAE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
Next Boor SSoutli of Golomal
Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.'B.C.
HAS
ALWAYS    ON   HAND
VARIED STOCK OF
Gi-:S*i'iJB!irKS*:--Hiiviiifc bern requested
hy a numtii'fof tlie RW-elors of our Dia-
tni'l to nllfw Myself to be nominated ns
n cimiliiliito ••■; tlie furl booming election
in represent yon in Iho Local Pnrlift-
metil, iiml nfter glvinp: tlie matter due
('i-nftidiii'iiiliit), T hnve iionoltldod to comply wiili ilmt rcqurst.
Should yon do me the honor to elect
me ns y'nir I'eii'T'sim'i.ilivo, my labors in
your Ii*-Iim||' will ho In nticordtuice willi
tliu following-;
1 nm in favor of neiiroeonlntloti by
PiijiuliiiiiVr. mid wiiiilil support 'U1>' men-
sun1 lin.v in j? tlmt (till in view.
Tlio uuriciillunil imrtt-sts of ilie Province, ns also ilie dyking of ilie 'overflowed binds, the coiisli'iu'tioii of roads
nnd bridges, the erection of school-
houses where ritMifSStt'ry, tlie establishment *of a lorry nt New Wostnr'Ttistcr—
would receive my upeclnl uUeiit'ion
The lumbering Irado I took upon as
ol preut I m pur In hcp to th>* Province mid
especially lo tfii-i District, and 1 would
do w hal I could to nitl thai Industry.
Any measure to admit of land spec-.i-
Intiniie iu fitiy form 1 would oppose to
the 11M1i1.5t.-c1f my acidity. My motto is,
■"the bind for \tm soUler at Ilie lowest
pos.'iliTe-in*ico."
I would support nc-y measure having
for i\s olj.'ct ilit- restriction of Oliinesc
immigrnlion.
The exiH'iiilittirc of Provincial revenue
upon the Dock nl Bsqiiimnlt'I should
oppose, nnd would do what 1 could to
relieve the, Province nf the burden without triiucrlal loos.
In 'conclusion, fdiciiild the views I
hnve niiuoniu'od meet with your npprov-
ul, nnd IVyon with rvenieojiposcdlo ihe
present (..overinnciit. and in favor of
nquiil didiribiuion of tlie public rrvi-nno,
of "Fair pl.iy nnd equal rlghts/Mlion I
iisli ynu for a favorable verdict nt tin-
Polls mid I will do my inmost *.o justify
your decision.
And with the belief thnt such will be
your decision,
I nm Your Obedlenl Servant,
jy8 HENRY DAWSON.
TO the Electors ot* New AVest-
si.ii.sUt Dfrtrk't.
G-EZSTER-A-Zj
MERCHANDISE
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Crockery,
Glassware,
toe, toe
2§|
1861.  1882,
JUST UEOEIVBD-A COMPLETE
STOCK OF
MILLINERY GOODS
Including Novelties ill Fnncy Straw
Huts   iiiul   Bonnets,  Flowers,
Felitli'6i'8, Luces, Pkiin nnil
Slmded Watered RiV
bonlt,
Satins, Colored Velvets, Velveteens,
and Plnsii.
NEW DESIGNS in TIES & RUFFLES
HATS AND   BONNETS
Made and tritamed; and satisfaction
guaranteed.
BEftUN and 1ZEPHYR WOOLS.
Ijgjf* All Goods sold at reasonable
rates.   Call ami inspect onr stock.
WM. RAE,
nj>32 Columbia Stiiuf.t.
THE BEST  BRAND OF
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries.
AND A GENERAL LINE OF
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR
THIS MARKET,
|$5£F' Storage   ami    Forwarding
doiio ut reasonable rates.
f! i'NTt/KM li.N :—At tlio request of a iiiim-
licr ui Electors from nil parts of tlm Dis-
triat; 1 again prosont myself ns ti candidate fin your suffrages ut the "etftiiing
oleotion for members to njprcBer.t tlie District in tlio Local Logialatltt'o, ami, in doing BO*, think it right tlmt you should he
made ncqu'tuntad with tho policy*, if •sleeted, I Inteiul to pursue.
I Will "Kit   HUppOlt  ASV   (10VEKXMKNT
tlmt will 1'iot justly apportion the revenues of the PruvrMi to the various Districts fipoording to their requirements nnd
the importance of their loeal industries,
) will eiidcaviT to obtain a redistribution of stilts in the Legislature in order
tliat the Districts mny lie represented ae-
aordhifjj to their pupul-ttion and wealth.
I will sUpport any itPaotlcal aud com-
p.-ehciir-iVu suheino to prevent the future
inundation of the lands along the Krasur
valley.
I will urge the tmnBRJroiico of the Dry
DOcll to tho Imperial or Dominion (JOY
eminent, iind if neither will accept it and
complete and maintain the work as a
national one, thon to indefinitely postpone
the work until tlie Province is in a position to proceed with it. I will not give
my vote to expend ono cent of the public
revenue upon a work of so little use to
tho Province generally, especially ns the
revenue will uil ho required to repair the
iliilnligo caused by the late Hoods and the
construction of neceBsary roads in this,
the most important ilgneultunil District
in the Province,
I will persistently urge the appointment of a resident Judge, the payment of
Jurors fair wages for their loss of time,
the establishment at once of a Steam
Ferry at New Westminstor, the establishment of a Land Uegfatry oflico, and
increased School facilities.
Thoro aro many other measures of importance to tlie welfare of the District and
Province generally, such as the encouragement of white emigration, the exclusion of the Chinese and curtailing the
privileges at present enjoyed by them,
that cannot ho set forth in tin address of
this kind. I will endeavor to see as many
of you as possible hefore tho day of election, when I will lie luippy to explain my
views on any subject that may bo propos
ed.
In the mUftii time I would urge all those
who have a vote in the District to firmly
make up thoir mind to go to the Polls on
the day of election, us tho larger the vote
by which ft member isji-eturnod the greater weight it gives him iu the councils of
his country.
Vour Obedient Servant,
JAMES OUK.
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co'y-
ESTABLISHED 1800.
Ti R, PearsoiilOo,, Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Ucsourcps of tlio Company hs nt
Hist ])eccrnl>or, 1881.
I, SlllMrilicilGiiiital-
Vaiil-up	
Ui'culluil	
'Tii-^
COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR, after 21 years of mercantile life in this City, begs
leave to report to his numerous Patrons that hisBusines'g
is prospe*-ous and the outlook
for the futuj-e is bright. We
hope to do a big trade during
the present year. We have
now in stock a complete as*
sortment of
GENERAL lERCHANDISfi
With some heavy shipments
on tiie way from the Eastern
Markets. We are buying
for Cash, getting large di*
counts, which enables ns td
sell at much lower rates than
formerly, We are determined to keep the Columbia
House to Hie front, making
it, as it has been for years,
tlio leadingmefcahtite Houston the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that wc
can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any other
House in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer.
A'oio West., Feb. S, 1883,
£   MO.OOO   0   0
.  1,MO,000   0   0
.1-2,000,000 0 0
Ii. )!lra Fllnd-
Eoaorvo £844,670 10 11
Premium Reaei-vr.-.. .SI!I,.mI 7 0
Bnlannuot iWlltnml
Lops Account    54,307 7 1
£ 1,218,403 14   0
III. Life Funil—
A c c u m ii 1 a tin!
Filial   oi   the
Life Branch..All-ViCO   i   8
A ecu mu Intuit
FniiiloItlieAli-
liuityBranoli..    305,016   3   4
£3,608,106 II   0
, Royeiiuo for tho Year 1881—
Fire Brunch —
Premiums ami
Interest £1,034,400 10 II
Life anil Annuity
Branches -Pro-
niiutns and Interest ........    478,825 14   3
jul7
ii,609,280 ll   2
jyl2-0m
REID & HUDSON.
New West,,,I illy II: 1882.
i,V5to
WANTED:
iaa   AXEMM AND  LAUORKRS
I.Ul/   to go to work at onco upon tho
Wagon Roati til-ovo Yale.
V?ivgo8—$41) to §50 a month and found.
HF.NDKHSON&TKAGUK,
Contractors.
Apply ut New Westminster to
jy!2-2w CiiAfl. MoDusouoh,-
Hay for Sale
rnHK UNDBliSIGNKD HAS
4=0     TOWS
OF GOOD
TIMOTHY HAY
For Sale, nt $20 a toil, ileliveroil on the
wharf, properly baled.
WM, RAE.
New Westminster,
Juno 23, 1882. >24
Miss to Contractors!
NANAIMO   POST OFFICE
BUILDING.
Nt'in i-j io tir-iY.-Ni nivnn.
that the time for tho receipt of
Tenders for this work is extended to
2-nd .Tuly, 1882, and thu attention of
Intending tenderers is particularly called
to nn additional clause attached to the
specification Kinec it ,vas placed on view,
|)ieacrilttug cerUith .alterations of the
ground pmn of the building and of the'
elevation of the level of tho ground floor.
il. S. ROKISUCK,
jylo Secretary;
W.  ELSON,
MERCHANT    TAILOR,
LYTTON  SQilAllE,
NEW   Wl'SfillftSTER,   ft   0,
HAVINrt   JUST   R150KIVKD IN-
voices of   NKW   GOODS   mul
being desirous of elonriiuj off his stock of
Tweeils now on hnutl, tlio tmriorsignetl
will sell at firet cost for cash.     .
jyi-iin- W. KLSON.
Notice to Contractors!
QUAli
O to Hon. .1. W. Trutch, C. M. (!,,
Viotoria, II. C, signed nml omlorsoil
"Tciulcr for PostOllicc, kc, Nanaimo,
H. C, will lie received at this office until
WKIiNUSDAY, the 10th day of July,
inclusive, for the erection of
POST OPPtOE, toO.,
NANAIMO, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Plans iiiul specifications can ho seen at
the Department of 1'uMio Works, Otta-
wa, at tho otlice of T. K. Peck, Kscj.'
Collector of Customs, at Nanaimo, and ai
tho oflico bf Hon. J. W. Trutch, C. M.O.,
at Victoria, on ond after Wednesday,*
the 4th July.
Tenders must ho mado on the printed
forms supplied.
Kach tender must ho accompanied liy
an ai'cki'tkii hank ehci|iio, mado pnyahle
to the order of the Honomblo the Minister of Public Works, kqoal tii five ter
cknt. of the amount of the tender, which
will he forfeited if tlie party deelino to*
enter into- a contract when called upon
to do ho, or if he fail to complete
the work contracted for, If the tender
he not accepted the cheque will lie returned.
Tho Dcpartmtmt Will not he hound to '
accept the lowest or uny tender.
By order,
F. H. ENNI8,
Secretary;
Dept. of Public Wr-'rks,
Otlttttit, 7tli .lune, 1882. jn28 j
PAY UP!
ALL ACCOUNTS NOT 1'AID 11Y I
.   the I .'ill i Inst, will lie placed in the j
liniids of a Collector ivitii instructions,    j
W. J. FRUNCH/j
NcV West., July 4, 1882.       .     jvS
subscribe"
Foi! Till- llrlllsh Columbian, thol
Newspaper ou the Mainland of Brit''!
i.sh Columliiii,   Only 3,') a year.* live $rittslt €ohimJri.tii.
Katurifeny Morning, .ir-ly M, imi,
John klrkianh rfil'l ito n CniitU-
date at the approaching flection,
to represent the flfotfict of^New
Westminster In tho ri'otihc'iaVlc.
glslntnrc.
Wm. Isaac, tiaple Ridge, wili be
a Candidate for the representation
of New Westminster District In the
Provincial Legislature, at the approaching election.
W. H. ladner is an Independent
Candidate for the representation of
the District of New Westminster In
'the Provincial legislature, at the
approaching: election.
Charles Wilson, of Barkerville,
iv 11] he n candidate nt the approaching election, for the representation of the District of Cariboo
tn the Provincial Assembly.
To lhe Electors bf New West*
minster District!
GKNTIiKXKX-I will be a candidate at the forthcoming election us
a representative for tbe District of
New Westminster In the Local Parliament. , -
IIKNRY IMW-SOX.
(   At IiMigh-y ri-nlrin.ni) tlie 7tn mtt,, tlio wife
of A, IiuiPii, Esq., of nsira.
Next Monday is election day.
Hanlan stumps "all creation" to ro\v
for from one to two thousand dollars a
'sido.
Thore is a broken plank in tlio
bridge at Governmont House, which
. is dangerous,
Tho Free Press urges that fin inssiBt-
ant -should be eiiiployffd in the Nanaimo telegraph office.
Six thousand fish per day is the
nvafagfl fowled' at the wharf of tho
Richmond Canning Co.
The str. Rithet, Cnpt. Trying, arrivod from Victoria on Wednesday
evening and proceeded to Yale.
Tho widow of tho late President
Lincoln died at Springfield, 111., ou
the. lfith iimt., at tho ago of iii
. The »tr. Western Slopo, Capt.
Monro, came up from Victoria YVod-
iicsduy night, and went on to Yale.
Tn cousequonce of continued dry
weather the streets aro very dusty, and
vegetation ovorywhoro is languishing.
At Colfax, W. T-, on tho Utlj inst.,
a tire burned 58 buildings, including
nearly all the stores and Warehouses.
In the riflo contest, at, vVimblodni1!,
lit. Mitchell, nf Canada. M'nn Ihe
Prince of- Wales prize, with a score of
'85.
Tho str. Rithet, Capt. Irving, came
"down from Yale about 2 o'clock yesterday morning and proceeded to Victoria.
Walter C. Jones, n munificent ftng-
Jishmatt, has recently given 83(10,000
for the roligious missions in Japan and
'China.
, A very extensive seizure of tea has
been mado at Montreal for infraction
of tho revenue laws. It is valued at
815,000.
Judge Hayncs and family, of Osn-
, yoos, camo down by the steamer yos-
terday, and will remain for some timo
in the city.
The str. Western Slope, Capt. Moore,
arrived from Yalo shortly aftor il
'o'clock yesterday forenoon nnd went
to Victoria.
. Tho Btoamor William Irving, Capt.
Insley, arrivod down from Yalo yestor-
'day afternoon with passenger's, mails
and express.
The river falls steadilyr* It is now
noarly down to the ordinary level, and
'tides have a perceptible* effect as far
upas this eity.
Tho steamer Enterprise-, Capt. Gardiner, arrived from Victoria, yeslorday
afternoon at 4.15, with freight, passongers and mails.
The English Channel Tunnel Company lias submitlcd to the issue of au
injuiiutiWi against the further prosecution of tho work.
, Cotowayo, tho notorious Zulu lender,
is about to visit London and it is
Mated that ho will be restored to the
throne of Zululnnd.
Measi'B. DeBeck Bros, tfc Co. 'a saw
mill at the camp commenced night
work oil Thursday in consul] uoricii df
tho demand for lumber.
The Japanese Govormnent lias 104
foreigners in its employ, including '/,'l
Englishmen, .12 Germans, 21 Americans and 10 Fronchmeu.
Mr. Fimvoll has withdrawn from tho
contest*, for Victoria District in order
that the return of Messrs. McTavish
hud John may bo ensured.
' At a mooting of the Public School
Board last Tuesday night Mr. C. D,
Rand, B. A., was formally engaged as
teacher for the ensuing year.
Tho boss fish cleaner i4 said to bo a
Chinaman at Laidlaw A Co, 's cannery.
Ho can throw up it salmon aud dress
another before it comes down.
Tlio Egyptian cotton orop will be at
least onejthird below tho average, and
England will want 600,000 bales of
American to make good the deficiency.
Mr. Hawn, of tbo firm of Bontloy,
Hawn i&Guyor, of Pendleton, Oregon,
lias, been staying at the Oceidont for a
wook for the benefit ot Mrs. Hawn's
health.
. Throe doctors have boen examining
Giuteaii s brain to discover whether his
mind,was sound or not. The result, of
the Investigation has not yet been
mado public.
Notwithstanding tho largo fleet of
steamers on tho rivor, thero is still a
Scarcity. The saw milt people cannot
fret rafts because no boat can bo found
ter tow them.-
She largest city in the world fa London, "Xfs po'-jbulation numbers 3,020,-
871 souls. ,NcW York, with a population of about 1,250,000 comes fifth in
the list of great-eitios.
It is understood that tbo Hon. A.
W. Mc^olkn, President of tho Council, has boon transferred to tlie.Dopnrt-
incnt of Marine and Fisheries, in the
■place- of the Hon. J. C. Popo.
Despite :tho millions annually expended for public education, tbe Unit:
ed States ctmsus report shows that iu
1880 there were about, 4,000,000 adults
in that country who coiild hot road or
write.
During the month of June 5,520 immigrants -r-Jgiatored at tho depot In
Toronto. Of this number 3,383 remained in the Province, of Ontario,
and 1,014 wont through to tho Canadian North-W-ost.
tho odors which greet one's olfactory
nerves on Front st., in tbo Chinese
quarter, are -enough *fc6 breed a pestilence. TTiftao people -should bo compelled tn keep thoir premises clean, or
get into the river.
Threo British Columbians were kill-
od by Indians near Fort McLeod, on
the oastern Bide of tho Rocky Mount-
ains last month. The Indians had
stolon some of their horses and they
went to recover them when they wore
shot by tho thievos.
'rhore has been a very extensive
strike among freight handlers on eastern railways, lasting for some woeks.
Tlio men struck for higher pay, which
the railways rofused, and enormous
quantities of frieght accumulated at
the stations. Tho loss during the
blockade was estimated at $200,000 a
day,'
A despatch from St. Paul say.i that
news has boon received from Redfield,
Dakota, that hostile Indians from the
Wost had ruthlessly massacred eleven
adults and three children in tho centre
of Faulk county on Thursday. General Terry has ordered ii cbYripahy of
the 7th United States Cavalry to"the
scone, with orders to pursue and punish tbo murderers.
MicTttopisT CHaiiCH—Rav. E. Rub*-
son, pastor. Service lit 11 aim. and 7
p.m. Sunday School at 2:1-10 p.m.
Subject to-morrow evening—"Female
HeroisnW*1 Seats free; strangers cordially invited. *
The Ron.—There are no signs nf a
diminution in the siibnon run. It is
simply immense, and thousands mtiro
could bo caught if 1 here were appliances stiflieient to pack them. It is
the opinion of smite experienced men
that the run of fish this year iH greatly
in excess of last.    -*e3K
 ——♦	
Guise Dry,-—Several private wells in
this ctty have gone dry during tho past
few days. Thero are probably two
causes Mr this result: First, the unusually long period of dry weather;
and, secondly, the operations of tho
Water Ou. Thocouipanyhnvo laidacon-
sid'eValllo length of now pip*1 during the
month, and havo sunk spine new tanks.
It is believed that these operations
have out Oil' the supply of somo of the
wolla.
BY   TELEGRAPH!
SPECIAL DESPATCHES td the COLtMBIAfc.
Those Buoys.—-Nothing has yot
been done towards placing tho buoys
iu proper position at tho mouth of tho
river. A telegram recoivod from Ottawa yesterday states that a buoy has
been placed at. the entrance of the
Nortii Arm, aud that thero was too
much current at the Sand Heads to
admit of placing buoys. Tins is lhe
excuse offered by tho wiarine agent at
Victoria, but every practical iniiii on
the river whoso opinion we havo hoard
says it is sin.ply bosh.
Tub Candidates.—The six candidates for this district have now completed thoir arduous labors. Thoy
have gone ovor tho whole district nnd
addressed meetings at evory point of
importance.- Some of tho audiences
have been small, but in most cases tho
meetings were well attended, aud
sometimes tho candidates were encouraged by tho presence of lady listeners.
The eleetors have had ample opportunity to decide iu whose hands thoir
iuterosts should bu placed. Let every
vote be polled on Monday.
Wkll Dons.™It aHbVds us great
pleasure to state that the three young
ladies from tho Collegiate and High
School of- this cify who presented
themselves as candidates at tho recent
teachers' examination In Victoria, viz.,
Miss Alice Howay; Mis* Maude Kirkland, aud Miss Clara P, Smith, have
all passed successfully. Miss Howay
took a "First A," the highest certificate
in tho province. "I'litl young ladies
are to lie congratulated on thoir success, which speaks well for the
thoroughness of tho training received
iu our High School,
The S-Jniiham Gallery.—From our
advertising columns it will be seen
that thu Sunbeam Floating Photo.
Gallery is going up tho river next
week to Hope iind Valet The gallery
has beeli at this city now for several
month.**, nnd has dono nn excellent
business. Wo .iave examined samples
of tlio work, and lulve no Hesitation
if. saying that, the proprietor, Mr. D.
R. Judkius, thoroughly understands
his* art. The, photographs aro moat
creditable, and the people up rivor
should not lose tho opportunity afforded by the proposdd visit of tho Sunbeam:
 , ±. ._,_
TiiB CANrAss.—Thti six candidates
addressed a very largo meeting of ihe
electors at Maple Ridge ou the evening
of the 18th, Goo, Howison, Esq., ill
the Chair. On Iho following day they
addressed, meetings at Ijilpgloy, (J.
Mnckio, Eso., in tho Chair); limigley
Pniirh) (ltobt. MoKoo, Esq., jH the
Chair); and on Thursday thoy address*:
ed, a mooting in the1 Surry Town Hall
(T. Stinsrin, Esq., iu tho Chair),.and
at Mr. MyDpugall's, Mud Bay (W.,0.
MctioMlI, Esq., in the' Chair). Yob-
tord'ty1 they addressed a meeting at
Ladner's Landing ( . Green, Esq., in
tho Chair). This morning, they (or
Himit! of them) will address tho electors
in thii North Ann settlement.
Victoria, July 21.
Complete  returns "given.   Vote as
fonfews :—Baker,  %41j   Shakespeare,
373; DeCosmos, 308; Booth, 241; Fell,
12!); Boyd, 80.
Bio Work.—-On Thursday tho Delta Canning Company packed 1,290
cases of salmon; Wu believe tlm is a
feat unparalleled on the Pacific coast.
Educational.—Attention is directed to tho advertisement which appeal's
in anothor column in connection with
tho Collegiate and High School in this
city. It will'bo seen that this teaching
staff has been strengttt*3ridu* by the
appointment of Rev. \v; J. Dowler,
B. A., to the position of Vice-Principal
and teacher in science, modern languages and literature. With the
present able instructors there is no
doubt but the institution 'Should command the confidence, as it should
secure the support, of tho people of
this province. The gratifying success with whicli the pupils of this
institution met nt tho recent teachers'
examination is a practical proof of the
thoroughness of its work.
Spurning Its Support.
In its last issue the Guardian selected Mr. Orr and Mr. Ladner from
amongst the six Opposition candidates
now running for New Westminster
District and advised tho voters to elect
them*— notwithstanding tho fact that
the published addresses and oral utterances of those gentlemen arc as pronounced against the Government as
those of any of the six. Upon ascertaining that they had been taken up
by thu Government organ, both Mr.
Orr and Mr Ladner availed themselves
of the very first opportunity (which occurred nt the meeting at Ladi'iur's
ijit'nding) tii duel a re distinctly to the
electors that thu support and advice of
the Govurnitiont organ was entirely
unauthorized and undesirod, that they
did not at all thank the organ for it,
and they announced their intention of
publishing a joint card repudiating it.
Having mado a. complete canvass of the
District those gentlemen thoroughly
realized that nothing could ho moro
inimical to their success than the support of the Guardian; hence their
prompt action iu spurning it. If anything wero needed to demonstrate the
extreme unpopularity of the Government and their organ, wu havo it in
this circumstance.
train •rAViWf's
[Q.H-res'ioiiiloiii'o i>r Mm Seniliiul.]
Tho whito men hero are alarmed by
the success of thu Chinese. The gen-
oral impression here is that in a few-
years the whole of the Cariboo country
will bo in their bauds. And that is
my opinion ton. Scores of thein were
out all last winter prospecting, and
"struck it rich" on Antler Creek, tun
miles below the junction of Grouse
Creek, They deserve success. Cariboo is like a beehive, in the centre of
a country famous for its honey. Thu
Chinese aro tho. working boos, and the
whito men drones. Tho drones sip
honey out of glasses at tho bar and
buz/, round iho stove all winter while
the others are out looking under tho
biiow for spots where they can gather
a golden harvest. Whon a dronei spends
three winters Sipping honey out of
glasses by tho stove, he's fit. for nothing; but bo can curse thu country ami
the luck that loaves him without a
cent..
Gommtmieation*.
Ex^isibi* Bund.
Editor Columman, — With refer-
once to a communication iu your last
issue signed by tho Secietary of the
Excelsior Band I have the honor to,
state that thu only agreement tho N;
W \V, Ritlos made was with-thc Union
Miliua Band, who were supposed to
he under tho sole control of a committee duly appointed according to
Militia Regulations, composed of thu
following members, viz: Lieut. Brown,
President; Lieut. Bole, Treasurer; W.
Wilson, Sec.
This agreement, as fainted before,
we have no intention' to repudiate or
ignore, and I have received no intimation from the Band Committee that
tlipro was a probability of tbe Militia
Band collapsing.
With roforonco td the Excelsior
Hand, although unacquainted with
their President or Committeo of control, I havo great pleasure in thanking their Secretary for somo interesting statistics concerning their funds
that! was not acquainted with before,
and which appears to havo required
a littlo "masterly inactivity" to disclose; and hero ends the controversy
as far as I am concerned,
I ani, Sir) Yours, &c,
A. Pujsle, Capt.
FROM TIIK SKAT OF WAR.
Flu-iiier Details of tlie Flgjft
Fearful Slaughter and Suffering.
Loniion, July 18.—- A correspondent
at Alexandria telegraphs: "I went
ashore to-day aiid found that Arlilii
Pasha had gone to Kefruldewa, about
an hour's journey from Alexandria,
whero he is reported intrenching. The
troops have blown up tho railway between himself and Alexandria."
London*, duly 13—Musurua Pasha,
Turkish Ambassador at London, has
telegraphed tho Porto that Lord Crau-
villo tins informed him that England
is forced to proceed vigorously against
the Egyptiaii robcls, but thnt tho sovereign rights of the Sultan will bo iii
no way prejudiced thereby, Tbo gunboat Iris has arrivod iit Port Said and
lies with ono broadside bearing on tho
town and another on an Egyptian cor
vette commanded by one of Arabi
Pasha's officers. Thero are 428 British
subjects. 500 Egyptian soldiers and
200 police at Port ISaid. A despatch
from Port Said, A,* despatch from
Paris published in a semi-o!licial foi'iti
says: Accord between England and
Franco continues, and they arc expoct-
od to como to au undemanding in re-
yard to Egypt.
Alexandria., July 15—Thu English
Consulate and quarter containing great
grain and cotton stores were not burned. No telegraphic communication
with the interior has yet been obtained. .
London, July 15—Thu Times says:
—Thirteen hundred Christian refugees
were saved iu the Coptic church during
tho massacres. Fires in town wero
undoubtedly directly instigated by the
principal supporters of Arabi Pasha, if
not by himself.
Alkxanohia, July 15—American
marines were the first to land aud help
restore order. Thu Germans followed.
Both landed without any political, instructions from their respective governments. All vessels iu the harbor,
except thoso of Austria and Greece,
landed (hen. A famine is apprehend-
ed; also an epidemic on account'of jifi-
but'ied dead. The offices of the Ot-
toiVinn bank and Credit Lyouuniso
escaped destruction. Arabi Pasha up
propriatcd £25,000 from the custom
houso before leaving, According to
accounts of persons who remained in
the city, bands of murderers during
and after .bombardment forced tlieir
way into almost every house, plundering and burning. Scarcely a European
dwolli'ig was spared. It appears tbat
largo stores of -petroleum sent to
Alexandria tho week before the botn-
bardiVicnt was specially used to set fire
to the town. Incendiaries statu they
received instructions to sut fire to
houses. Eye witnesses relate tln.t
soldiers and others, after plundering
houses, heaped up bedding saturated
with petroleum and then sut the pile
on fire. Alexandria is liko a city of
dead, although a few more (Meeks and
Maltese aro visible un the thu streets.
AmericaUsj Germans, RuBsjans and
Greeks who diiiuriibarked from their
respective ships of war. act as, police
in different districts while the British
occupy the forts and bastions^ and are
stationed Rt tho gales, French and
Italians have thus far refused to land.
SiiKi*-, July IG—The commander of
the Iris sent a peremptory message
ordering English men-of-war not to
leave Suez until ho has received instructions. Tho order was issued because the Egyptian commander intended to take Ida vessel through tho canal.
Capiains are no longer cautioned before entering the canal, but all vessels
are searched before proceeding,
Alhxandhia, July 10.—It is report-
oil Arabi Pasha is awaiting reinforce-
munts from Cairo. Firing was heard
outside thu town during the night. All
available marines and sailors were sent
to thu front last evening in anticipation that Arabi Pasha would attempt
to enter tho city. The report that
Arabi Pasha was inarching upon Alexandria caused Admiral Seymour, who
did not credit the report, to take precautions, Thu night passed quietly,
yet there was a rumor of fighting occurring at thruu tins morning outside
thu gates. Orders were given to send
all marauders to headquarters wiih
written statements of thoir eases, to
bu Hogged. Incendiaries Continue to
bu shot, Fivo rebel soldiers cap lured
by marines havo been handed ovor to
the Khedive, ami will be shot by the
loyal Egyptian troops. The Khedive
has dismissed Arabi Pasha from the
ministry of war. Firo continues and
tho aspect of the town is indescribable.
Whole families of Christians have disappeared, and it is believed they have
been thrown into tho flames.
Lonhon, July 10—A. correspondent
telegraphs from Aluxaiidria, July 10,
at 3 p.m.} An engagement is imminent
between English and troops of Arabi
Pasha. English sailors to-day flogged
ton Arabs guilty of arson, ratio nnd
pillage. Five mull were publicly Shut,
four for miirilur and one as a Bpy*.
liundredr*- of persons are houseless and
starving.
tion from this gulf is so great that a
current continually liuts in from the
niain body of tho Caspian; and as
there is no return current the water of
the gulf becomes more and more Bali-
ferous", and a deposit nf Bait is in
course of formation. In timo this
gulf.jiylll bo out oil' from (ho Caspian,
and will thou be drlud up and become
an extensive Imlt bed. .
Tho motion of heavy bodies like
railway trains shakes the earth for
considerable distances, and observation
of such facts is gradually giving rise
to a belief; that the force neoesaary lo
produce earthquake shocks has been
over-estimate".1!. A delicate apparatus
used by Prof. H. M. Paul showed
quito Btrong vibrations on the passing
of au express train a third of a mile
away, and liko efl'oets were observed
even at somewhat greater distance:*.
A perceptible vibration was transmitted
through tho ground whenever a stone
was struck by tho wheels of a one-
horse vehicle passing at a distance of
400 or 500 fee't.
Belmuth Drueberg, of Berlin, contends that the opposite side of the
moon from the earth may have air
and water, and bu inhabited.» Tho
same sidu of Cho\nibbn ie always turned
to tho .earth, and tho centrifugal force
arising from tho moon's motion around
the 'earth, would telid to throw such
light and fluid portions of its substance
as air and water to "thu further side,
while tho earth's attr-iction would
contribute 'to keep tbo heavy side
toward us. As an illustration,' a
moistened nail may be swung by a
cord. The same sidu will always he
toward the centre of revolution, and
the moisture will pass to tho outer
sidu.
British Columbia Agency or Toronto
Safe ntid Lock Works, J. ds J.
Taylor, Proprietors.
These celebrated sufes arc made from
heavier iron, weighing 20 per cent, more,
and have all tho modern improvements of
the best American Fire and Burglar SafoB,
including the Sargent Urecnleaf Dial
Lock. Being of Canadian manufacture,
they arc duty free, ami consequently can
ho sold cheaper than cither English or
American Safes.
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all siz.es nml quality, at
prices musing from one hundred to throe
thousand dollars.
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to tlie agent:; for
British Columbia.
no2    M. W. Waitt* Co., Victoria.
Bad Bloi.Ii.—The "blood iy the true
essence of vitality: without pure blood
there can lie no healthy action in the system. Boils, blotches, putipjos and the
various humors and blemishes of the
skhi arc only symptomatic of bad blood
—that needs purifying at itd fountain
head, to render its ta'ibutaticB pure! Burdock Blood Bitters effectually dlnanse
the blood from all lmtnops, obtains a
healthy action of the livor, bowels, kidneys, skin, otu„ and strengthening while
it regulates and purities.
BOOTS and SHOES
FIIOM
EEATEORlfS
Boot k Slioe lalitfac
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA TRICES.
R THOMAS,
Shop uiider the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
uinbia.it., New Westminster,
ESIABlWltlil) 1S59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
•  BUTCHER,
Xciii-ly Opposite (he Ciiloniiil Hold,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
mHE  LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
i   M.»rti..cul u( (ill dcBoviptious of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Ke;itafiuiiits, find Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
,TEMT
Wc conthir.e' to act as Solicitors for Pat
entsj Caveats, Trade Maries, Copyrights,
etc., for the United States, Canada.Ciilia,
England, France,   Germany, etc.    We
haye had thli'ty-llvo years oxiieclfincc.
Patents obtained through us aro noticed in "the SniiNTiru; AmeeICAK; This
large and splendid illustrated weekly
paper, ($3.20 a year, shows tlie Progress
of Science, i.- very interesting, and has
an enormous circulation. Address,
11UNN k CO., Patent Solicitor*; Pub
libbers of SolKNTirio AMBRIOAS, '17 Pari;
Bow, New York. Hand book about Patents sent free. de!4
Scientific Jftfecclliutg,
The eleelric light is reported to
liayo been tried in France as a lure for
sea fish1. The brilliant glaro nf n
siillinurged lamp is found to attract
great minlHeTs of fishes, whieh may
bo readily captured in nets.
The value for agricultural purposes
of tho blood of tin* -IBiOQO.OQO animals
yearly slauirhterod iu France is estimated by a French writer to bo 21,-
000,000 francs. Various methods
have been proposed for treating the
blond ho aa to prevent nuisance.
Tho.strength of hoisting cables for
mines has been investigated by a
French commission. (1 rea ter care is
found to bo necessary with metallic
cables than witli those "of textile
materials, on account of liability lo
corrosion, and prefcroneo is given to
the latter for most mines.
Mr. A. H. Swiuton has endeavored
to show thu relation existing between
tho appearance of insects ami sun-
spot cycles, ami gives a tnbdllited record to prove that certain insects a e
nit'st liuinci'ouii. during tho years
immediately following a minimum of
sun-spots, and rice rerun. If this
theory may bo applied to all species, a
period of iuseat Scarcity should now
follow the remarkable activity of the
sun's surface for some time past.
Vessels in tho Atlantic near flic
Cape Verde arohipolnifo occasionally
encounter showers of lino dust,; which
so often have a reddish appearance
that they are Known to sailors as "rod
fogs." Iii Lyons, (jo'HoH, Sicily ami
other parls of southern Europe similar phenomena give rise io "blood
rains,'' bf which Flammarinn has
oqllootfld a record of twenty eases
occurring iu Europe between 1803 and
1870. liv niicroseojiiell fjxailiiimlion
Prof. Ehrenberg has found the Atlantic dust to bo rich in infusorial forms
belonging to tbo eipiatorial regions of
South America.
\ very curious phenomenon is iu
progress on tho eastern coast of the
Caspian Sea. The Kara Boghaz is all
estuary nearly separated from the
main body of the sea by a bank thn nigh
which there is an inlet.   The oviipom-
The woll known ding firm of N. C
Pojsou k Co., of Kingston, write.-* that
Dr. Fowler's extract of Wild Strawberry
lias long been considered the best known
remedy for summer complaints ia the
market, and adds that their customers
Bponk in the highest terms of ita merits.
Wild Strawberry is tin** best known
remedy for .Cholera Morbus, Dysentery
uud all Bowel Complaints.
A Wise PuKavuTiox.—DuiTiig the
Summer and B'all peonlo are liable to
sudden attacks of bowel complaints, and
with no prompt remedy or medical aid
iit hand, life may bo in danger. Thoso
whose experience baa-given them wisdom
always keep Dr. Fowler's Extract of
Wild Strawberry at hand for prompt
relief, and a Physician is seldom required.
Mr. U. \Y. Carm'icinici, Chemist and
Druggist of Pelivilb, umler date of May
31st, ISS.!. writes as follows:-«Vour
I'.urdock Blood Bitters have a steady
sjile, arc patronized by the best families
hen: and surrounding country, and alt
attest to ita virtues with unqualified
tatisf action.
There is no nloro wholesome or delicious fruit on earth than the Wild Strawberry, und there is no more effectual
remedy for Cholera, Dysentery, Cramp*;
Ulld other summer complaints of infants
'd* adults, than Dr. Fowler's Extract of
Wild Strawberry.
Bi.pi; Vrriiioi. -Genuine English -For
dressing wheat to prevent the siimt.
Send to La.mm.i-v ft Co., Victoria. Also,
for Bide—celebrated Condition Powders
and DrHllold'S Blaok Oils. Both these
should bo in every stable. mill1'*
Nevkr Hi: Without It.—Tourists
and all who are subjected to a change of
climate, water, diet, I've., should nevor
he without Dr. Fowlers Fxtract of Wild
Strawberry, the infallible remedy for all
Slimmer complaints.
Sif Wo have just received from England
direct a fine line of Fishing Tackle, comprising o. splendid assortment of Flies
inmli! expressly for this country, and to
which the finest trout will rise.— T. B.
Pearson & Co,
itr Now unpacking lit .las. Ellard &
Co.'s, the latest fashions for IttHi! iu
Ladles'and Children's Straw Huts, Mffll.
nery, Lues, kc   Cnll ami examine*
*T:,'T. R. Pearson k Co. have just ro-
eeived direct from the manufactories in
Ontario a heavy invoice of of Stationary,
including l,ettcr-]ire.-;.es, ko\
Apr Shipping Beceipt**, iii triplicate, at
T. 11. Pearson & Co.'s   Adv,
N. W, HUGHES,
Newspaper k Book Agent,
NEW VESTiMlKSTEE, E.C.
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T^ tin) Electors of Ntw W^sf-
inlhstei' UisJi'Sc! t
Gkntm^ihn:—! am a candidate
for the representation of your District
in the Legislative Assembly; and ;il-
though most of you arc doubtless nl-
ready aware of my views upon the
leading public questions of the day,
still ii is fitting lhat, in soliciting your
suffrages, i should make a brief statement of my political "creed"—more
particularly in respect of those questions with wliich tlie next Legislature
may be expected to deal.
THE   DRY DOCK.
The published reports of recent Investigations intd the management of
affairs-connd'ete'd with this work, while
showing a deplorable want of .foresight and judgment, if not honest}*, on
the part of the Government, amply
prove lhat a continuance of the same
policy would lead the country into
seppus financial distress.
Vou will remember that the dock
was specifically provided for in the
Tenns of Union, und it had no ntbt'e
right to become a .cjtargc upon the
Provincial revenue than any of the oilier works mentioned iu liiesc Terms,
Indeed, it was upon the solemn assurance of the Provincial Government
that the dock "would not cost the
Province a dollar" that the Legislature
was Induced tc sanction the scheme
wliich has lei! to such disastrous results,
Upon thia work has already been
squandered several hundred thousand
dollars of public money which should
have been applied towards the construction and maintenance of roads
and bridges and the establishment of
schools in the settlements ;* anh* according to present appearances, the waste
of our revenue upon the dock will cv
cced half a million before the work
can be brought to completion, to say
nothing about perpetual demands for
maintenance.
It Will, therefore, be amongst the
most important duties of the Legislature lb devise some means of lifting ihis
intolerable burden entirely off the
shoulders of the Provinre.
CHINESE LAHOH.
When in the Legislature, ten years
ago, 1 was the first to direct attention
to what is now known as the Chinese
Evil. Willi great difficulty 1 succeeded in having Chinamen excluded
from the political franchise. The
very party now In power succeeded in
defeating' my efforts to exclude them
from the country; and amongst .those
who now talk the loudest against the
Chinese 1 observe some who were at
thai period \ho strongest opponents of
repressive measures. . Had timely and
robust eflbrts been put forth there is
no reason to dout that, instdah* of a
yellow CURSE in the form of ten thousand Mongolian slaves draining the
wealth of ihe country into the pocket's
of their foreign owners, wc should have
had a white BbESSINfi iH the form ol" at
least an ctpia! number of our own
race, helping t'i enrich the country
ami build up happy and prosperous
communities.
To devise and apply a remedy for
this now universally admitted evil will
constitute one ol" the problems with
which the new Legislature will be
called upon to deal. Recent effort in
that direction has never risen higher
than political clap-trap and street-
corner declamation.
Kl-.r. BY POP.
The doctrine of Representation bj
or according to population—the old
war-cry of Ontario thirty years ago-
Is one which must commend Itself tc
every fair-minded person, altliougli
there mav be circumstances undei
which its full application would scarce*
lv be practicable. The time has come
when there should be a nearer approximation to that principle in British Columbia.
Pining Su: last Legislature we saw
FIFTEEN electors in Kootenay sending lo the House exactly the saini;
number nf rcprcsetilalives that liiiiin
ItuKDUttt) electors in the Valley .61
the I''raser were alldwed to send! An
attempt I" give your District some
approximation to the representation
to which Its voting power and jm*
mense resources entitled il was defeated bv the casting "otc of a partisan
Speaker; and yet the men who pcirn*-
traled .thai glaring act of injustice
have the assurance lo ask you for a
fresh lease of power!
Such monstrous Inequalities in.lhe .
representation of the country must be j
remedied! and should 1 have the
honor ol"  being elected   as   one 6f|
your representatives; I shall make il
my especial business to insist upon
'justice being done to your important
District in this respect. ■'*■
FISCAL TO'LICY.
Through the laziness and incompetency of those ia power the fiscal
affairs of the country have been allowed to drift into a condition the reverse of satisfactory. The wretched
patchwork of upwards of a decade
must be replaced by .something deserving the name of "policy."
At present, "How to raise most
revenue with least trouble" would
appear to be Uie problem with Which
the Government lias been wrestling;
and the consequence is that, while
taxation falls with crushing sevcrilv
imon farmers—tKe very class which
sin mill be most lightly taxed—the least
product!^e clpsses escape almost'scot
free.
Taxation is inevitable, Revenue is
essential! But-U should be. the earnest endeavor of a Government to so
apportion taxation as that it shall fall
lightest upon the industrial classes.
and so expend revenue j*l? thpt tlie permanent interests of lhe country snail
be promoted. The whole fiscal fabric
of the Province needs reconstruction,
runi.ic: 'tVOUKS*.
It is admitted on all sides that the
Public Works of the country have
buen allowed to fall into a condition
little short of disgraceful! -Much
care and attention will be required to
remedy this state of things. A judicious, though not necessarily heavy,
expenditure ought to lake the place pf
Unwise and ruinous parsimony.
EDUCATION.
While believing iii a comprehensive
system, of slate education which shall
meet the reasonable wants of every
settlement, 1 feci bound to condemn
some things done under the present
system—more especially the provision
by which the children of the wealthiest, and, consequently, feast necessitous, conimun'ity receive a free high
school education at the expense of the
taxpayers, while those of settlers (the
most important element) are in man}
instances left absolutely without any
provision whatever for the feducatififc
of their offspring.
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.
Judges are made for the People,—
not the People for the Judges; am1
the Legislature .should insist upon
such a disposition of the Judges as
will most conduce lo the public welfare.
There should also be established
without delay such a scale of remuneration for' pclit jurors and crown
witnesses as will be equitable and just
to all classes of Her Majesty's subjects. ■
ISLAND   RAILWAY,
Through the glaring incapacity and
inexplicable chicanery of those entrusted with the conduct of affairs, the
Island Railway question probably
never was in a less satisfactory condition than it is to-day.
While 1 feel assured that there is
no disposition on this side of the Gulf
to see those on the other side deprived of any possible advantage that
might accrue from lhe construction of
that railway, yet it is quite certain
that any attempt to make it a charge
cither directJy or consequentially upon
the Provincial revenue, or to make it
in any way interfere with the completion or terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway, wOuld meet with a very
determined opposition;
Oi'il FEDERAL RELATrdNS'.
While strongly asserting the Provincial autonomy, it should be the aim
of our Government and Legislature
lo cbcilsh arid maintain relations of a
friendly character with a friendly Federal Administration, and avoid useless
and -expensive appeals from ils deliberate and authoritative decisions, as
far as is consistent with lhe just claims
of the country. To maintain at considerable expense at Ottawa an '■Agent-
General" whose services are of doubtful utility, whose eccentricities arc
liable to place the Province in a false
position, and whose extreme section;
alism must disqualify him as a representative of the WHOLE Province, is,
lo say the very least, unwise. It is
contrary to the genius of our institutions and unfair lo our constitutional
representatives in the Federal Parliament.
RAILWAY MATTERS fiKNF.UAI.I.Y.
The work of constructing the Canadian Pacific Railway, solongdelayed,
is now making satisfactory progress
—■although one class of labor employed
Is anything but satisfactory—aha there
is ovcry reason 10 hope that before
the Legislature ndw about tb be constituted .-hall have run its natural course
that railway will span the continent
Many new pleasures nf a,prpgrfe5sivc
character will undoubtedly be nebes
sarV to meet the altered and ever im-
proving condition of the country.
\\ hctiier one looks to the present ex
tremely Unsatisfactory condition ol
affairs, superinduced hy a too long
term in office of unscrupulous men, or
at the not distant future so pregnant
with important results and momentou:-
possibilflics, one is constrained to ad-
mil that the supreme epoch in flic
history of our Province is near, and
that if ever there was a time when the
Services of the country's best mer
ivere needed 16" guide the ship of state.
it is now.
It will therefore be your duty and
your interest lo select such representatives as possess tlie ability, the forethought am! tlie energy to place public
affaire upOh such a sound and health)
basis as will lit the Province to enter
upon (he new order of tilings with advantage to itself and credit to the great
Dominion of which it is destined to
become so important a part.
Tlier.- never wns- -there never mny he.—
an election fraught with such important
coimoquonoo - consequences not only
vitally affoetlng the prosont but project-
inj.' far Into th hiiure! arid, adapting to
tin* present oooa»l(tn tho immortal words
ofom <>f tl.cw' rld'i btnvoBt men, British
Columlrifl npoMa that <v>ry elector thin
day will €ld bis tlngrl
There aro n.-iuy other quostibnsj
amongst them tin estahjjslunout of a
RogUtn Office ih.Jfew \V,<.;miu--ter, the*'
creation of Htcotil femes at rovera! points
mi tin. river, nnd lh"o provonttrm oi
ririiclioiatlim of flood*) oil the Lower l?ra*
Ber* Which 1 hope soon to lUacuBsvor
bally with yon. In the meantime 1
Would earnestly Ufpriina upori you the
Importance of recording your v\>i.;-> .toi-
Borne candidate. The larger tlit- votu
jhi11d(1 the utrougei will tho Distrletand
Ita i*opro*fin attvii stand. Let bvbry
\htj: in* i-tii.i.r.nl
Hoping .Soon to. have tho opportunity
of iiieetine you mid discussing more fully
the vanniVtupici. whieh agitato tlio pith*
JNO. ROBSpN,
New \Vcfltmhi3tor, July 1; I8S2.        jy.' ■PBW' -inm*r»u?*arTW2eiiwKr^ t'.'>.-i«JB«*tE
'"ffiltt* store!
KITH AND Kii
("OpHUiinoil.j
Sho took longer walks than her bib
tors, went out ofterier alone; penetrated to wilder rocessos, more desolate
spots than they did. Sho was', in hev
stature rind her strength, n, daughter of
the gods, and had always been able to
tiro out both her sisters, while she her
self felt no trace of fatigue. She did
not fe'ai- tho qtraugo and lonely hills;
they had a weird fascination for her,
and in this hor trouble site was wont
often to sook their silent company.
Ono afternoon, in a wilder and bitterer mood Mian usual, aliohadgdns
out, and walking fast and far, had
found herself at last on the uppermost
ridgo of a wild mountain road. From
where she stood, sho could see on the
one h.ind into Danesdale- -her homo,
dear to her, despite what alio had Buffered there; on thu other, into grim
SwalodtUo—always datk and wild, but,
in this winter weather, s-iviigo and
desolate beyond description. Just below hor, in the mountain side, wore
some ghastly holes in the limestone, of
tho kind known in Yorkshire us
"pots;" all wero grim-looking apertures, but closo to where Judith s;tt,
sho saW the jaws cf one of them yawning at her; it was the deepest of all-
no ono had ever succeeded in fathoming it. Both Rhoda and Delphine
disliked the spot, which indeed had u
bad inline, as being dangerous to traverse after twilight, nnd haunted furthermore by a "boggart," who dwelt
in the biggest and deepest limestone
"pot." Judith had never feared tho
place. Sho sat there now, easting au
occasional glance at tho ugly hole,
with its ragged jaws, and hor thoughts
gathered in darkness and bitterness.
She had been reading a book-—a
biography, one out of several volumes
lately lent to her by Dr. Lowthor. It
was the Loiters and Memoirs of a certain great lady, then not long dead.
Thin great lady had been shrowu from
her earliest youth into tlie midst of the
gay and busy world. Sho had lived at
Courts, and for many years her companions' had been courtiers. Even
that had been a busy life. Even its
recital made Judith's heart throb with
envy ns she read of it; but when the
narrative went on to rolato how this
lady met it great statesman, politician,
and party-leader, and married him,
and how her house became a rendezvous for every kind of noted and illustrious man and woman, and how for
tho rest of hor long career, not a day,
scarce an hour, remained unoccupied;
how to the vory last the game of politics, that most thrilling and best worth
playing of all games, remained open to
her, and she coutinued to bo an influence in it—then it waa that Judith
felt her restless longings grow into a
desire tu do, so intense as tn be.almost
toituro. This afternoon, alone on (he
hill-iop, sho thought of it, and redacted: ■    .
"Smuo women have that—they have
everything, and others have nothing.
I. do not want that. I should be thankful for n very little for a few hours of
daily work that must be done—but I
cannot get it. It ia not right—it is not
just that any one should tie doomed to
a life liko mine. How am I .different
from others? I aril as much liko other
women as Shylock, though a Jew, was
like Christians. Yet I have to do without almost everything which other
women of my condition have; and I
may not oven work like women who
* aro burn to labor. This woman, whoso
life I havo road, was :i clover woman—
a born woman of the world. I am not
that, 1 know, but I have sense enough
and more than enough to do somo of
tho plain, rough work nf the world,
nnd do it woll, if I had it. And I may
not, I mayr.it here, and wish I was
dead. I may take country walks, and
save sixpences, and nourish my mind
and soul with wool-work. Oh, what
nre women sont iiito tho world for
—women liko me, tliat is? Not even
to 'stickle fools and chronicle small-
beer' it seems, but to do nothing. To
bo burn, to vegetate through a term of
yeors--—to know that there is ii groat
living world somewhere outside your
dungeon, and In wish that you wero ill
it. To eat your heart out in weariness j
fo cotisuino your youth in bitterness;
to grow nour and envious, and ..Id and
wretched, to find all one's little bit pf
enthusiasm gradually grow cold. To
cam only for the-warmth of tho lire,-
and the creature oofnforts tlmt are left,
—to linger on, growing more tired aud
moro fretful, nud then to die. It is
worse than that iron room which grew
every day narrower, till it closed upon
its initiate and crushed him to death—
much worse, for that was over in a few
weeks; this may last fifty, sixty years.
If this is to be my life, T had bettor
rend no more. To live that life, ami
not go mad, ono wants nn empty head,
au ignorant mind, and n cnutcuipl for
all intelligence, ami T am by somo
hideous mistake, destitute of all thoso
qualities."
She smiled In letter mockery of herself; she felt n kind of grim ootltompt
for herself. Ami she looke'd again to-
'ward the niuulh of tho hole in thu hillside,
She rose up, wont up to it, anil stood
beside it. A head tliat wns nut very
steady must have reeled on looking
down into the silent blackness of the
ohasnij from whose subterranean d,opths
strangely tortured pillars of gray rook
ascended, clothed near tho surface with
tho must exquisite mosses and ferns,
of that, delicate beauty only found in
limostone growths. A few fronds of
hart's-touguo fern were yet green; a
few fairy lufts of the cobwebby Oystop-
terisfrafiilis, nnd some littlo plumes of
the black maidenhair spleen wort,
"You beautiful little fringes round a
sepuleherl" thought Judith. "If I
mado a stop down thero, my grave
would recotvo me aiid hush mn to sleep
in its arms. No *mo would ever know,
I should rest ipnetly thore; and who
could hnve a finer tomb 1"
Sho looked around again nt the wild
fells; still, grand, and immovable.
From hor curliest childhood her imagination had always commoted certain
imagds with certain hills. Addlo-.
brough, down below there, at tliu other
sido of Danesdale, was like a blacking-
brush iu iiotno way. I'eiihiU was smiling; it reminded her of sunny days nnd
picnics! Hlront Whertiside, looming
dim in tho far distance, was like an
old bald head of a giant. Great Shun-
ner Fell, at tho head of Swaledale, under ouo of whose mighty sides sho even
now stood, had always put her iu mind
of secrets, of death, storm, and darkness; perhaps because of the ninny
tales she had heard of the treacherous
river which was ono of the streams
springing from it. Turning again toward Danesdalo, she saw a tiny corner
of Sliennamere, peeping out from under tho 'shoulder of a great hill. A
faint ray of sunshine touched it. Judith's face changed. Sear Foot was
there—and Bornurd Aglionby.
"Tm sure his creed never told hiin
to throw himself into a holo when
things went wrong with him," Said* she
to herself: and turning her hack upon
Slimmer Foil and tho ugly "pot)" she
walked swiftly homeward.
As sho arrived at the door of her
home a man iu livery rode up with a
note. Tt was one of the Danesdale
servants.
Judith took thenole from him. Me
said ho had been told not to wait for
an answer, and rude away. Tho ij ito
was directed to Mrs. Conisbrough,
Judith took it ami gave it to her mother. She opened it, looked at it, and
said:
"It seems like a card of invitation.
Read it, llhoda; I haven't my glasses
here."
Hhoda road out, in a loud and important voice:
"'Sir Gabriel and Miss Danesdale
request the pleasure of Mrs. and the
Misses Conisbrough's company, on the
evening of Thursday, Doc. 31st. Dancing at 8:30.
l'"R. S. V. ?.'
"How absurd to scud such a thing!''
remarked Rhcda, ffic!,* ing it with hor
finger. "It is that horrid, spiteful
Pliilippa's doing. I know she hates
ns, and sho knows that none of you
can go, so she adds insult to injury in
that way."
"Nonsense, Rhoda!" snid Judith.
"Sho has simply done her duty in
sending the invitation. It is for us to
tako it or to leave it, and of courso
thnt meaiis, leave it.'
"Of aourse," echoed Dolphine, whoso
faco hnd Hushed, and whoso hand
trembled so that her work suffered.
"I do wish," observed Mrs. Conis-
bruiigh, iu n voice of intense irritation,
"that 1 might be allowed to have some
Voice in thu regulation of my own affairs. I must say, you all forget yourselves strangely. The invitation is
addressed to me, and it is for mo to
ity whether it shall be -accepted or
not. I intend to go to the ball, and
I intend you, Judith nud Delphino, to
go with mo,"
"Mother!' broke from both tho girls
at once.
Mrs. Conisbrough's faco was flushed.
There was the sanguine hue, the ominous look in her eyes, which, ns Judith
well know, betokened very strong internal excitement, and which Dr.
Lowthor hnd repeatedly told her was
"bad, vory bad." She felt it was dangerous to oppose her mother, yet she
could no yield without a word, to what
appeared to her in her consternation
an idea little short nf insane. Aooord-
gly, as Mrs. Conisbrough did not
nnswor their lirst exclamation,'Judith
pursued gently, yet with determination;
"llow'eau we possibly go?"
"What is thore to prevent your going?" asked her mother, trilling nervously with her tenspc n, and with
tightened lips and frowning brows.
"Wo aro equal to any of those who
will lie there, and a great deal superior
fo some."
"Yes, I know; but the monoy,
mother, iu (ho first piano. We can
hardly present ourselves iu spotted
inusliiiB, nud I really do not know of
any more elegant garments that we
possess."
She strove to speak jestingly, but
there was a bitteroamost iu her words.
"Pray leave that to me. I am not
so utterly destitute as you seem to
imagine. Of courso yon will require
new drossesj and you will havo tlioin."
This information was certainly something unexpected to the girls. Judith,
however, advanced her last argument,
one which sue hnd been unwilling to
use before.
"Mothor," sho said, "you know wo
—wu nro in mourning. Uncle Aglionby will not have been dead three
nionths,and—nnd—overyonewill talk."
Mrs. Conisbrough's eyes Unshed tire.
"It .h for that Very reason tliat I
shall make a point of going," sho said,
"I recognize no claim on my respect
in that man's memory, I consider the
opportunity is a providential one. Half
thu country will be at tho ball, ami
they shall know—they shall seo for
themselves, who it is that hns been,
passed'over, in order that nn upstart
clerk, or shop-man, or something, mny
bu raised into the placo which ought
to hnve been inino and yours,"
"MotherI" exclaimed Judith, Elian
accent of agony, while tho other two
girls sat still; Dolphine pale again, her
eyes fixed on the ground; fihoda looking from one to the other with a
startled expression, this being the lirst
she hnd known of any dispute between
her mother nml sisters.
"llosiloul!." said Mrs. Cunisbiongh,
turning upon Judith angrily; "nml do
not add to my troubles by opposing mo
in this unseemly manner. I intend
you to go to the dance, nml will Iicnr
on further coin plaints, i'leaso to write
to Miss Danesdale, accepting her invitation, and let it go tn the post tomorrow. As fur your dresses, there
is time enough to think about them
afterward."
Judith felt that there was no more
to bo aaid. She wns silent, but hor
distress us sho thought of the coming
ordeal, only augmented, until the prospect before her filled her with the most
inordinate drpad, In anticipation she
saw tho eyes of "half tho country"
turned upon them nn thoy entered, and
upon Bernard Aglionby, who oiVmurso
would bu thero too. It wiih exactly
tho kind of thing from which every
fiber of her nature shrank away in utter distaste, which attained almost to
horror. The whole exhibition would
bo useless. It would simply b« to
make themselves, their poverty, and
their disappointment a laughing-stock
for the proanorbuB and well-to-do people who had gossiped over them, and
what hnd happened to tliom—-who
would, if thoy had had John Aglionby's money, havu received thetu with
open arms as old friends, just aa they
had already received Ileritard as a new
one,
(Ti* WGVnllniH"!,) I
O.   G-
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
Tn white and gray,
Brown and white
Sheetings. Towels
of all kinds.
BLANKETS
Tn colors & white.
QUILTS and Counterpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and Hessians Canadian
YARN,
FURS.
Ladies' Furs in
Mulls, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or oth-
erwii-'*. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
GEO.  TURNER,
Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
In Ladies' blaok,
dark & light shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, lined and
unlinod.
111 (iOllllCmcn'B   Kiii-iiMiing (.wills.
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE BIST.
In tiroGeries and Provisions
Every thing the best
that can be had, and
at the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.
LAND     SUlWEYOll-
SIcCoH's Store. Uolbrook'n Stone
rOuildiug,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Ef
General Oomiimi Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(seau drili sued).
Residence—Merivale Street.
GilDOIE.GC
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
A. T. D. MacELMEN.
BARRISTER ■ AT ■ LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &C,
HAS iffiSUMED I'ltACTICG IN ALL
THE C0UU.TS:
OFFICII -Columbia street, Opposite IIy
lick Hull, New Westminster', ji. C.
MORAL—It yoit want a flood article,
go toll. II. MAJOR'S; if you want things
cheon, hut "cultns," why, go o'BCWhoro-
ITEM—-What ovorydody soys must bo
timo ; nml if timo, than tlio Immlsomest
display of Vnllllilllc tilioils, Silver ami
l'lllll1, is undoubtedly to bo found nt
C. G. MAJOR'S,
OOLTTMEIA   BTBUT,
New Westminster,   B, 0.
JAMES   MOREISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent.
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(0m>. Oo*ienlel ITateV)
N ii w   VV a S T M 1 S S T K II
.tiTSeveral good Farms for Sale aiul to
Loose. nolo
loeiEMEra&GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STKEET, ■ Yil.TOii'A.
Nortii British and Mercantile
Insurance Co, tor Mainland;
H.C. CEETON&CO.,
lill l?lnsluiry Ciroua,
London, E. C.
VJ/Tb7FERRTs,
CONVEYANCER,
House, Land., Court and
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR of. RENT and DEBTS.
Agcnl for HieTllAYUhMiltS' tySUlt-
.'.MX CO., ill' IIIIrIII)I'll, Conn.
Now Westiilnsier, 1!. C.
G, I, IcEU&HTM,
WATPMAKER&JEWELEB
NEW WESTMINSTER, 13. C.
WATOMB8, OLOOKS, JEWELRY,
and SILVER PLATED WAR!:
For Saix,
All klml. ol COM* nud HILYKH ,IIIW«
IIH.UY   mntle to oi'iler.
ETRU8CAH COLCRIHC, r.OLD & GILVER PLATIUC.
KllgflBeillclll    noil   Wilding    BEItine   n
Specially.
tar Watuhes   nnd  Jewelry  carefully
repaired. OM flold nnd Silver bought. '
jmie
Kitty Man to his own Business
PRACTICAL,
CHEMI8T& DRUGGIST,
coturnaiA street
(01T. CW.'IMAI, mi'lT.I.),
HEW . WisSTHINSTEH,   B. tt
I'lijslclniis' Proscriptions nml I'niii-
II) Kcclpos n Special.)'.
]S*.   11. —Only (leiiuino Drugs used,
Over twenty years' exnerioneo.     mr23
HDSI TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancer:', & Accountants.
RKJiTS,  limits,  &K.,  COnwKCTrill,
Loans Nogolialoil, niul  n  Qenol'fll
■Agoney Business truiifuicUiil.
Aor.NTM roll 'nil-:
I'licnlx Firo Insurance Company of
lii'iioliljn, and the
Kqiiltalilc  LIIV Assurance  Society
nl' Hie United Slntcs.
< <ll.l lllll.t   STIll.l.T.
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IMPORTERS &
-DEAlKTiS   IN—
SBOCEHIES
«—.A. IBS 13 —
PROVISIONS,
WHAKF STKRETi
Having cst.'iMi-'k-'I Bnainess iu thoabovt
Lines jiml liy
REGENT IIP0RTATIQ1
European & Eastern Markets
Wo nro, pronarcd to fill orders to %
Trade in Ilie following llood-s:
■'"■■tio,
T00A000S,
urn,
MO
BACON,
G3DF.8H,
MACKEREL
Cfiiiillesj Rice, Sji-iiit, oiicese,
Drll;ili"i'iii!S,Cailiieil6ooils,
Vlitcgai-jJBalilug -I'ovitor,
Soap,
Goal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pear! Barley,
UI.H ' C)
Ll'B«J5B>|Mp tJRVKD
vt liim i IrlU « HI ii.Si)
PAPER BAGS,
And all othor Goods in the Grocery and
Provision Lino.
SPECIAL  ATTENTION
Ib called to tlio undornotod floods, on
whiolr the most LIBERAL INDUCK-
JIHN'J'S will lie ollerod to tlio
Trude, as wo ale
SOLE
Agents for BritisliColumlala
GOOn AS GOLD liAKlYG FOWDKIS
The Boat and Cheapest*'!
BEACON   LIGHT   COAL OIL,
Water White and Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CORED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
.Being   the  Largest Size nnd Best
Tooaocjo.
yitiffiariiMif
NEW    SCHEDULE
—or—
■W"AGr.E3.S
—VOK.—
WHITE  LABOR
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
--AT THK—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Oversecm §12."i 00 per mouth.
Rock Foremen... .S3 00.to $4 00 f day
Earth. Foremen... '2 2!i to 3 00     "
fcridgo Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bri'lge ('■trpeiitet'.'*,
lat cluss...-...'. 2 50 "
Bridge Carpcntei-a,
2ndolaas>.-  2 00 "
MaspiiV..- 2 f)0 to 3 n0    "
Blacksmiths,    1st
class   3 00 "
Blacksmith;*!,   2ml
class -.... 2 fiO "
Blacksmith  Helpers   1 .10 to 2 00     "
Drillers   I 75 to 2 00    "
Laborers  1 50 tn 1 75     "
Hewers, 1st clitss    3 50 lt
Choppers- 1st class 2 50 "
Scorers, 1st class    2 50 "
All outside labor !0 horn's per day,
All CarpeliiVe'rB to furnish their own
Chest Tools,
All, Employcos U> find themselves Red,
Board And Lodging.
Boarding ITuufch will be convenient
along tho Lino,   Board—§■! per week.
It will not bo compulsory for Employees tu board in tho Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
10th ot each month.
A,   OKfDEEDONK,
CJi'.NKitAt, Maxagkh.
On-ier. ov Tin: Co'xrnAci'onsi
Canadian  r.U'n'is1 K umvay,
Yale, March i, 1881.,
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\TTILL STAND FOR SER^ ICE
W during the neason of 1SSJ, on
tho farm of the undersigned, Clillll-
whaek.andafcljingley, Laduor-fl Landing, and Maple Ridge.
OitEOON PiUNiri-; \va.-t fouled in Oregon:
will be ll years old in May; is a dappled
grayj stamla 17/ liandslnghi weighs 1(175
lbs. tit piisRpnt. will weigh about 1HS0 Hih.
duriiig Beasoiij is very gimtlc, very fast
walker, good U'ottor, and a powerful
horse In ImrnoajB. Ho Mas sired hy \V.
Myor'a imported Ponthorbu --'■While
I'rinee,"    Oltr.iioN   PlUNOR won second
prize at the Victoria Agriotiltnrlil Fair
last rfovcinboi". and ib the largoat hown
on the iiKiiiiliiud oi* British Cohunbia,
TMRMS-^IO, Slfi, and §20. Parties
from a distance Bonding warps, will be
ehtitlcd to free pasturage' for ono month.
II. STKVENSON,
juyl-ltc Chilliwhack.
1TOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, two months after date. I, tlie
nndoraignod, intend to apply to thu Chief
('oiiiniissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase 1(H) or more acres
of Crown land, situated on NmnooHnr*
hor, Fitz-Hugh Sound, B.C. Commencing: at post near the shore, marked A;
thenoo Northerly, along the shore, nnd
including two small islands. 50 chains, to
post B; thence ICasterly, 40 chains, to
post C; thence Southerly. 60 chains, to
post 1); thence "Westetiy, -10 chains, to
point of commencement.
No minerals are known to oxifli on this
land.
JOHN CLAYTON.
Victorin, B. ('., 15th Way, IS82.   jyl*2m
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL1
WILLIAM McCOLL
PF.GS  TO lNFORjij.^I.S NUM5&
\ )   our patfofis that he has reiuovcil
bis Business to
Holbrook's Stoue Buildfiig
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Where will be found, as 'ilinml-, a corhi*
pleto assortment of
GROOERIES,
PROVISIONS,
And a fine line of
iin doods, -fjionts* Furnishing
*So<k1l> At., &iu
Which will be Pold at tho LOWEST
POSSIBLE IM0ES for Cash.
He th links his friends' for their past
liberal patronage nnd hopes for a' con-
tinuaucu of the same. 1 mhl
SMmlilEDY
J Isnncrpr-fnilln*{
Cure for l*ferv-
oupDehiMty.Ex-
Imusti'il Vitality
of a I*,y lt i n d,
WcHkness, Paralysis, nnd all
the terrible er-
fi'ctsof jouthfal
18331 follies, and ex*
upssi-B-ln malnrer years,
hit, MlNTil. will ncrce to forfeit
FiYC IIinUllTd DollHl'S for a case of
this kind Iho Vital tttttOMtlft (under
his special nilrlco nnd troiumc-n'l) will not
tiui-o, or [or anythlrj? immiri! or injiirinna
1'ound in it. j)K. MIXTIK treats all Dls-
pnscs snccepjfiiily without mercury.
CoilsiUtUtinn free. TlWfbH.'gii »xtimi-
niiltmi nml ii'dvh'0. Sfi'OO. iSieeor Vltnl
!!(;sto*r;ttlv(i, S:i on n linttle, or ftifir
linipd ilie qminilty, $10*00| sent to nny
n-Jdrt-MajiOrt i'(-cel,i*lorprle?, 0-rJLJ O. D.,
secure friini obsi'VValion, and in nrivnte
nnnii   il   desiVe.l,  by A.  E.  HINTIE.
ar. \K
Those who cannot visit DR. MINTIK
in Kan Franclpeo should send it full unil
mimilp st.Keinont ol Hiidr iroublcs with
S'J5*00, nml in return n lull course of
Medloino will lie fonvnnh-d, si-cnrrty
|iiiclteil, so ns not to excite curiosity.
All orders (or mrdici.*.*> O, 0.1). must
in* iK-com|iiiuic(! wiih Pi.00 (as.n unnr-
anieo of pood faltli), which will bo deducted when iho nncltngo is shippt-d.
SAMPLE B0TTLB FRER.-Sent on
npnliciiliou by h-iier statlnjr symptonrr,
sex and age. Gohimiinlcatioiia strictly
confidential, jny31-ly
IJ Kfiunioy streets Htin rrunrlsm, Cul.
DR. SPIKNEY & C0.'8
0)IS1'EN8ARV*,
¥0.11 KEAB1TEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISGO> CAL.
riVi. SPINNbV, well known nn tli« fonn.
SF   ilor ul tin* Mnnlroul, (0. K.) Hmllctil Ii*Mt>
lino. I Intit i>n.|.i-k*t,ti-.>t tliu Sl'INNKWlLfeB
iNf'lUMAliV,  would  iii"*>t rt'HiMictrnlly lufunu
I,- |u!iY:,h; iiii.l II-- ;il!;K-t<.l;rm':iill.V, tlmt hu
-■lill ciUitliiuca to Unit I'lii-milc mul nuivous tH*-.
ciu-it. witli linpufallelCilancciiM.
■LADIES A?JD GENTL&MBtt.
tlpmtiml'or that i>iiH*i-iiiitliiu(ion tH tho tliief of
HlllO HI)
COIHE AMD 3E HEALED.
It ntnttcr! mil whfit yoiir tVuniil*"* nmy t>n, rom|>i
nml kt On* Uiii-toi- exiiinliii.'. jmirnwo. It will
font ,¥(,« imlliin-; for coiiiillMtlon, mi jilwiw t-itl
nml s.ili.'ij'y y«'.i-i,'lvc*i wlinlhi-V tlm tl'ictor lllliliir-
htiinda yoni'i'iibii. If liucnii ciiveybil he will Ml
von so* if iii.i, Im will toll yoil tliat, fur lit) will
nm iindcrtJ.hu o crtS'e iiiiIom ho \t conlld-int it vU
1'iirllM nt ii il|9ti)»C0 wInIiIiir trciitmijtlt, hv
».m.ll'»)| S2.'. nml a miliule i|i'w.-rfi»tion of tbelr
tu'iiili-x.will t-proivb In return n full nmt-su of
iiiiliiiriit Hiciiiflv imrliud ed mi nut tolJ^L-lto til-
iltwltv.
Dil, SPrSSEY will flW'rnfllM to torfeit Vl\tj
Ilniiflri"! Dnllnri tor i**t*i-y mm? of nny kind or
i-liiuiiclei' whirl] liu timlm-tiilu*n nml Utile*, to mire.
I'. .s.—fin- 'I'Mi'iiniM nf riluiit stnnditiK, • full
. nr - <-f ■".'■'Hum. PiiflU-iniit for n fliro, with
nil limtrni'llonH, will bo mini HI nhy nddretw on
rqccJiit or *ia.
CulUrAtldrws
Dr. SI'IXXl'.Y A, CO.,
fli^-ly      No. II liciiniry*''t..!'nnKniinrl*icii,Ciil.
xsri>JE3ac
TpaDiaRA6ta; CoMrLAtNrs and Accionmi
It HAOVARb's Yru.ow On, i, iMieran-
loetl la cu.c er relievo cither in Mam ur
IJ^AST.
TUiEH ihtcrhai.lt Fon
oroup, I covans,
cn.urrs, soke throat,
ASTHMA, | COLDS, *ft
APPLIED EXUMMUT FM
RHEUMATISM,   NEURALGIA,
CHILBLAINS,     CALLOUS LUMPS
SWELLINGS,       STIFF JOlXTS,
G.ILI.S, rnn.1T BITE,
LAMENESS, CURXS,
$ COXTRAC1IOXS BRUISES,
LUMBAGO, ITCH,
| DEAFNESS,        1-AlXINBACK,
SPRAINS, PAIN In SIDE, to.
Kvery bottle fteoranteetl to give edlUfto.
tion or money refunded,
DIHE0TIONS WITH EACH BOTTtt MllOl Wkb
li'.jrllLS'i5BiTa;00.,Ppepri«ftori
NOTICE!.'
-VTOTICE JS HlillKBY GIVEH
1*1 tltttt. two multilist titter ilnto, I, tlie
uiularstgnctl, iiitenil to (tpply to tho
Clilof CoimiiisiitOliofof Lnttils und Works
for perniisBioll to" iiiirclmao 160 or more1
aol'os of Crown liiml, ttitiiatoil on Koeyii
Harbor, Fit/.-IIugli .Soniul, B. C. Com-
merlclng tit pust nour tlio Bltoro, innrkott
A; tbonoo Nortlioi'ly, fil) olmins, to post
II; thonco I'ltisiol'ly, 40 chains, to post
Ci thonco Southerly, ol) chains, to post
1>; f/tumoo Westerly, 40 ohuins along the
shore, to ]ioin!...!' coiinniiiiooinunt.
J*d iitiiiorahi nr.' kiiuwii to exist on this
land.
ilOUN CLAYTON,
Victoria, 11. Oi, loth May, 1882.   jyl'-2m
WRSHlO^
miiK UNiti'insHiNKD has for
l solo tm roiiHoniililo tcnriB a fuw hnlf.
Ini-il Ayi sliiru yearling Bulls, sired by the/
Thoroughbroil Ayrnhiro Bull
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