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 THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—IS  l*tillHsUi;I)-—
every Wednesday & Siitiirilny,
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. EmsAHOE TO EDI-
TUiu AUD Business Depabtmeki thbouoh T. R.
Pearson k Cos. Book k Stationeiy Store.
TK«MS~Ily Mali, JS nj.ee i 51 f,0 forOindl'i
fl fer a new.; (tiiyalile In Ailvenee. Uoliverei)
by Onrrler or Agent, tl per iinm-ler, iinynblo
quarterly te Currier or Agent.
AOENTS-
T. N. Hibben & Co. Viotoria.
Wm. Harrison Yau.
I. P. FISHER ArivortiHlHg Agent, 21 Slerelinnt's
rlxeleinge, Snn Kmecleco, I.nntlierlHtiltereceive
Anvorti.eeientfl fer till. |in]iur.
TIIIC   DADrD   muyl<ofonnil on Ilie lit
InlO rArtlt dee. i: noweii jtc...'»
Now.jttn.r Advertising Ilurenu (111 Spruce St.),
where nilverti.ing contrnct, mny lie emile for It 111
NBW YOHK.
liu fvitish ffohmbimi.
Hutunitty Moi'iiliiK. .luw* v\ IHH3.
Now or Never.
lf tlio federal government havo
rtmlly decided to open up tlio railway lands for ticttlemont, wo hopo
no time will be lost in giving practical eifect to that decision. During
the early years of this country's colonization tho waves of population
whioh reached it, striking upon what
they conceived to ho a rock-hound
shore, were thrown hack aiid scattered in many directions. Many of
those who camo to this country in
1858 and 18G2 found beyond the
boundary lands, ample in area and
excellent in quality, open to settlement on liberal terms, and to-day
wo Iiml theso mon prosperous uud
flourishing in Oregon und Washing
ton Territory. Tho progress of Brit
igh Columbia has been slow and uncertain. Tho encouragement!* to enterprise havo been hampered with
conditions which none but courageous hearts would care to encounter. But now the conditions are
being changed. The years of hopo-
• less waiting for something to turn up
are giving placo to times of vigorous
action, and the rewards of iudusty
lie everywhere within easy reach.
And not only in British Columbia
have times changed. Tht! adjacent
territories whioh have heen for yours
swallowing up the western-hound
emigrants ave now nbout fnll. During tho present yoar thousands have
gone into the region about Puget
Hound, ami we learn by frequent
visitors from these parts that nearly
all the eligible land has been occupied, and oven inferior sections are
boing filled up. The flow of emigration to these adjacent territories
still continues, and must soon find
its way across the boundary lino into
tlua province. Not a few stragglers
lmvo already ventured across the
line, and they have expressed great
surprise nt the extent and richness
of the goad hinds in British Columbia, Their astonishment iiross principally from misleading information,
At Sun Francisco, ami all along the
Hound, emigrants ni« stufled with
the belief that there is no available
agricultural land north of the 49th
parallel fit for settlement. This belief is being dispelled by aotual observation. Tho lands ave found to
ho fully oquul, and in many cases
vastly superior, to those across tbo
line, These lauds, we nre sorry to
say, still remain closed against settlers, as they lie within the railway
belt. But there is reason to believe
that the arrangements made between
our government and the federal
authorities are such as will result
in placing the railway belt in the
market at an early day, ami then
there is certain to bo a large emigration from Washington Territory
across the line to British.Columbia,
When this time comes New Westminster district will be rapidly filled
up, It is earnestly to bo hoped that
the Dominion government will hasten with nil possible spued to open
these lands and appoint some person
to see that immigrants receive the
information and attention necessary
to secure success. This country
seems now to bo on tbo tide which
"taken at the flood lends on to fortune"- and under proper uiangement
we should, bo able to retain amongst
us every one who comes with the
nerve and push necessary to constitute a good colonist,
Princess Louise unil Auntie.
On tho day before the reception .tendered her at St. George's, Bermuda,
tho Princess Louise went on a sketching oxpodition along the shore, all
alono, aud, after a time becoming
thirsty, wont for a drink to thu cottage of n negro fiaiioriiinii. No one
was there but "auntie," nnd sho wns
hs busy ns could be ironing a shirt for
hur "ole iimn" lu wear at Ihu poooji-
tint). Tbu Pi'ini'-iwa aehed for a drink.
I'l'su nu time Iti boddor getting water
fii1 y*iu"," was the reply; "I'm; foa'fiil
busy, for I'su bound to see the Queen's
child to-moniiw," "But if you'll get
mo a drink I'll iron whilo you do so,"
aaid the thirsty Princess.' Tho oiler
was accepted, the Princess finished the
shirt nnd got her drink, nnd then revealed lior identity. "Fo' de Ln'd.
1 lioneyl" exclaimed "auntie." whon xlio
recovered from her surprise, "olo mnn
no' no one olao'll evor wear tfitf shirt
again, nohow!"
The British Columbian.
VOLUME Ji3
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1883.
NUMBER U
.   Scientific and Usefnl.
Gincikk Puniung. — Ingredients:-—
Half pound flour, quarter pound suet,
quftrter pound moist sugar, two huge
teaspotmfuls of ground gtngor. Motlo
•—Shred the Buet fine, mix with flour,
sugar, and ginger; stir well and put iu
a buttered basin, dry; tie a cloth ovor,
imd boil threo liours; no liquid to be
used.   Tried and found good,
Bakkd Bkets.—There is no ni
satisfactory way to cook thom, as thoy
retain their sweetness and flavor.
Wash thein perfectly clean; put thom
in a pan with it very littlo wator in it,
and bako thom until thoy are tender;
tho timo, of course, varies with tlio
sizo uf tliu boot, an hour being small
enough allowance for a beet of medium
size. When they are dono rumovo the
skin aud serve iu tho same way that
you do a boiled beet.
To Purify Rooms After Siokjubs.
— Wash the furniture, woodwork,
floor, and walls (scraping oft' the paper)
with the carbolic solution aud soap.
Then shut up tightly, and bum in it a
pound of sulphur for overy hundred
cubic foot of space it contains, and
allow thu . fumes to remain in tho
closed room for twenty-four horn's.
Lastly, open doors and windows so as
to ventilato freely for ii week, at the
ond of which time disinfection may
generally be considered complete.
A Nice Cakk (Economical).—Fivo
cups flour, ono cup incited butter, ono
cup cream or milk, olio cup molassos,
ono cup moist sugar, two eggs, half
ounce powdered ginger, half pound
raisins (stoned and cut), one teaspoon-
ful carbonato of soda, ono tablespoon-
ful vinegar. Warm tho buttor but
do not boil it, then add to molasses,
woll hoaton eggs and cream; stir well
into dry ingredients, then dissolve tho
soda with the vinegar, and incorporate
thoroughly with tho dough. Bake in
tt moderate oven imniodiiitoly from two
to two and a quarter horn's.
Boii-ei> Lemon Puddino. — Half
pound chopped suet, threc-quartors
pound bread crumbs, two small lemons,
six ounces moist sugar, quarter pound
of flour, two' eggs, sufficient milk to
make tho pudding consistency of thick
batter. Mix tho suet, bread crumbs,
sugar and flour well together, adding
thu lemon-peel, finely minced, and tho
juice, which should bo strained; when
mixed moisten the whole with tlie eggs
and milk; put. in a well-buttered basin;
boil throe and tt half hours; turn it out
and strew siftod sugar ovor it, add
wino sauce or not at pleasure. This
pudding is good, either boiled or baked.   Will take two hours to bako.
Debut of a Princess.
iLondnu Letter to Chicago Tribune.)
Tho two eldest children of tho Prince
of Wales are now at Lausanne with n
tutor. They are thero chiefly for
French. After thoir French is perfected thoy will spend certain holidays
in Germany for conversational Gorman. All highly-educated people hi
England speak these two Continental
languages. All tho royal children uro
exceptionally accomplished in language The eldest son is the duller
and much thu soberer of tho two. His
beautiful diameter is that of his mothor, and great hopes ara entertained of
him. His life is singularly pure and
thoughtful, and he is said to bo a
great joy to his parents, Tho second
young Princo has. his father's blood in
iiis veins, and sometimes breaks loose
in fmlic liko a horse colt. Tho eldost
daughter, Princess Louiso Victoria of
Wales, has inst passed hor sixteenth
birthday, which has been celebrated
with unusual honor and festivity. The
Princess of Wales, it is stated, means
to jiiuke this a very brilliant season for
herself. Hor eldest daughter will bo
brought out noxt year, and the lovely
and gracious Princess will have to
stand up by the side of a grown-up
daughter, mid perhaps no mother quite
likes tho suggestion of rivalry wliich
this fact raises and never lays to rest.
Good breeding and good education nro
tho tradition of tho royal family. Tho
Prince Consort was a gontlomaii, and
a very scholarly and intelligent gontlb-
man, and his children whon very
young began to study with definite
aims and ov the most exact methods
aud under the wisest of guidance. No
family in Europe has more rigid hours
of study, from eldest to youngest, than
the royal family of England. The
purity of the English Court iB worthy
of all praise iu itself, and especially as
giving a clear and crystal tono to English social lifo,
Sleep for children.
There is no dangor that children cau
sloop too much. The old proverb, "ho
who sloops, cats,' is illustrated in those
littlo ones who sleep most. Wakeful
children aro almost always peevish,
irritable and loan. If they can ho induced to sloop abundantly, thoy aro
quite likely to become good-iintured
and plump. Their sloop should bu as
muoh during the hours of darkness as
possiblo, nnd thoreforo it is better
that they should go to bed before sun-
sot to have their sloop out, than to lio
long nfter sunrise In the morning, It
is well to let any healthful, growing
child or young person sleep until he
wakes himsolf, and givo him such
variety and amount of out-donr exercise as shall mako him glad when
bedtime returns.
Fronois Murphy secured 5,000 signers of tho Bluo Ribbon pledge in Kendal, England, and tbu butchers of the
town report that tho sale of meat has
increased one-sixth in consequence of
tlio decline iu tho salo of rum.
Tho Editor of tho Grand Hlvcr Sachem
snys;—"Wonro UBiinlly sparing in mir
encomiums towards 'patent tnodtciuea,
but observation and enquiry hns entis-
lied us that tho preparation of Messrs.
T. Milburn k Co,, styled 'Burdock filomi
Bitters,' ns a blood purifying tonic Is
worthy of tho high reputation it has
established nitioug the poople."
Mental depression, hondnche, anil nervous debility, aro speedily remedied liy
that oxcollent blood-purify ing tonic,
Burdock Blood Bittera, Tho Editor of
thu Mitchell Recorder states, that ho
was mired of biliousness, livor derangement, and sick headache, hy the uso uf
this medicine,
DRS. WELSH & HENDERSON,
DENTISTS.    Office over D. S,
Curtis & Co.'s drug store, next
Colonial Hotel, New Westminster.
myi6-tc.
J. 1. R.
General Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
GORDON E, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B
OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
nml Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Pnpor Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound,
Government Street* Victoria, il. v.,
J. E. CLEVELAND,
Builder and Contractor!
CUSTOM HOUSE SQUARE,
New Westminster,  B. C.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
 (a'p7tc)    	
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
.   MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET, ■ VICTORIA.
-&.0-E3STTS   IE-Cm
North British and Mercantile
insurance* ro. ror Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
•1(1 Finsbury Circus,
' London, K. C.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent.
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLU MBIA  .STREET,
(0|»|i. Col■ in,ni Hotel)
N H\V   WRSTM INSTKR,
•tSTSovoral good Farms for Sale and to
Lease, nolO
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
GENERAL AGENT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agont Tor tlio TRAYEHKIIS' LIFE
mill ACflDEfiT IXSIlBAXt'E CO.,
Iliirlftmi, Conn.
OFFICE: — Columbia Street.,   Now
Westminster. dc9
Every Man to his own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(Oi'P. colonial norm.),
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Ph) Kli'lnns' Prescriptions nnd Pom-
.    II)' Recipes n Specialty,
N. B, — Only Oomiino Drugs used,
Over twenty years' experience.    mr23
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia 8t.. New Westminster, B. 0.
saw nu\-.,   ki:v iittix..   locksmith, * i i i iutv (iKoi \i»,
HeiftgOHK -ii iici>i:m:i»,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned nnd Repaired.   Mauliliu-
Needles for Salo.
rmlirtlliie, Hcuili'il, uml firm-nil Ili'imir-
hilt neatly dime.
Ammunition of all kinds. A full asHort-
ment of Kudoaduig Tools, and everything
required by a Sportsman. Kifi.ks, Shot
Guns. Kevolvkiw, and Fishing Tackle
for sale, il'>4y
- SAWS - •
1/1     -■ .'•*:     i
'* '  MAC^
■■ jSL X. eS O —
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Belting, Packing, Hoie, so.' &o„ &o.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND—
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A line Asssortmeut; frum 825 to $00,
—AT—
BAGNALL & CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
IIOVmiXMKXT STREET, VICTORIA.
J. BAGNALL,
PiAXOKORTB&OIWANTuNBR&RhI'AIRER
NEW SPRING GOODS
... ■  AT THE—r
CASH TftiLOB'S.
MERCHANT TAILOR
Lytton Square, Now Westminster.
Broadcloths and tine tweeds always on
hand.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Try His $25 Suit.
np2S-tc.
BOOTS and SHOES
HEATHORN'S
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
unibia st., New Westminstor.
FURNITURE!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure iu announcing that ho is uow
prepared to supply alt kinds of Furniture, kc, at the lowest possible prices,
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly nnd in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
\      J. G. BUNTE,
Lato Manager Sehl'a Branch Furniture
Store. au5tc
MRS. ffl. ECKSTEIN
HAS    JUST   OPENED   A   NEW
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will lie found ft fnll stock of
Dry floods, flroccrlcs, mid General Merchandise,
Which will ho sold at Now Westminster
Prices.
•ST Noxt Door to Caledonia Hotol.
(aplSto)	
ESTABLISHED 1850.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Dearly Opposite tno Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VE6ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
C. E. WOODS. GEO. TURNER.
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Accountants & Conveyancers,
I (III Mill,   STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
WE HAVE FOR SALE IMPROV.
ed and unimproved lands nt
PITT RIVER,
MAPLE RIDGE,
LANGLEY,
MATSQUI,
MISSION,
HURRARDS INLET,
FALSE CREEK,
PORT MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH ARM,
SALT SPRING ISLAND.
TOWN LOTS AT PORT MOODY FOR SALE.
■..-si)  xntmiiM;   < iwnn.l  am,
I-II01II-T..T  ITTIMHIl TII.
MtlJKV TO LOAN OV lilloll KMTKITY.
AOKNTS FOR TIIK
FlieiiK Firo liiNiirmire Co. nr llrmiblyn,
(he tliiltlliilile Life A**nriuire Nuclei.,
ar Ihe I nllrcl Male., anil
tlhlddlnn. nellran A(,,'». Vllrllleil Mane
Sewer ami I'liltnnr,' I*I|M'n, (Jartlen
Viiee,, dr.
WOODS k TURNER.
Now Westminster, B, C,
April 2,1883. ap4
ARRIVED!
-AN INVOICE OF-
WAGGONS!
Cutting Boxes, Boot Slicers,
French Burr Stone Chopping Mills,
Fanning Mills, Clipper and
Mohawk Flows, &c, &c.
BUENS& COT,
VICTOBIA,  B. C,
AGKSTS   FOlt
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIQ.
Portable 8»w Hills,   Grist Hill-,
Sill-isle Hills,   Champion Engines, Saw Mill Machinery,
*ic., ke.
I   UUU Ul UUiUJJUIUJ |
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Kranirord Hovers and  Reapers,
Osborne Movers, Brantford nnd
Osborne Cord Binders.
I nun as uuuijjuuij |
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Centennial  Bulky  Rake,   Spring
Tooth Harrows, Spring Tooth
Cultivator, Brnntford Grain
Brill, A'C,  Sit.
***' Machines always on haml. Repairs
kept. dc!3
FARMERS'& MINERS'
IMPLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
OP
HARDWARE.
THE BEST BRAND OF
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries.
il"!
AND A GENERAL LINE OF
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOE
THIS MARKET.
pfgr Storage   and    Forwarding
ilouo at reasonable rates.
•yl20m
REID & HUDSON.
ROYAL  OITY
1.1
LIMIT-EID
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—AIX UESORIPTIOI'S OF—
Rough & Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Planing, Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Shaping,
And oil kinds of WOODFINISHING,
executed to order witli the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Manager.
J. H. PLEACE & CO.
ISIPORTKKS AXD DEALERS IX
E
STOVES,
BANGES,   &C, &C,
House Furnishing Goods,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING GOODS.
A fall assortment constantly on hand, at
tho LOWEST MARKET BATES.
TINWARE MANUFACTURED ON THE PREMISES.
Alt klu<]*«r Wnter-plpe Work, at rea-
Noiitibie r«|p-., hy n competent Workman) Mtlrtfltctlon guaranteed.
SW Jobbing promptly attended to.
lUiniKOOK'S STONE Bl ILINMi,
New WcMtulnater.
T
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. G.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
is the City,
THE CUIMIY DEPARTMENT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
Jot Sale or lo gUni
Bargain for Gash I
TWO OR THREE HOUSES ft LOTS
in good repair.   Apply at D. S
CURTIS ft CO.'SDragStoref     ap21
Stage Coaches for Sale!
APPLY TO
W.  R.  LEWIS,
New Westminster, B. O.
FOR SALE CHEAP:
A GOOD DAIRY FARM. Dwelling
Houso. Hams and other out-bulld-
iiigs, with the Stock, Dairy Utensils and
implements of husbandry. For particulars apply to
W. D. FERRIS,
Land Agent, ke.
New Westminster,
20th April, 1883. ap21tc
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased tho above Hotel, where
everything will be found first-claas, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and Weeping Apartments ore under the superintendence
of Mrs. Acsti.v.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Beading Boom, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, ia
provided for the use of guests,
TjaCJEI   BAR
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wines, Liquors,' Chubs, ke,
JNO. AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE
THE SHOP AND PREMISES ON
Columbia St., next the Customs
House, lately occupied by Nelson Bros.
The situation is excellent for any business purpose, Tho building is divided
into two shops, and has a good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain, or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply on
tlie premises to
ap2Itc W. J. FRENCH.
FOR SALE:
SUBDIVISIONS OP LOTS 1 AND 3,
suburban block 6, New Westminster, fronting on Clinton street; a first*
class investment.   Apply to
WOODS 4 TUENER.
May 3d, 1883. [myS-Im.
GO TO THE
SAN FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET   YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
BOOTS AND SHOES OP EVERY
description mado to order, and repaired, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
The highest CASH price pnid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
Oppositk THE Bakk.
ROBERT WARD
cfe OO.
VICTORIA,  B. C,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SBIFPIHO
INSUEANOe"" AGENTS.
EXECUTE INDENTS FOR PRIN-
cipal Exports and Imports.
OFFER CHARTERS to Vessel. Seek-
infr
LIBERAL   ADVANCES   made   on
Consignments.
Agents for the Celebrated Brands of
FIIA8KR RIVER  MJiXKD SAL-ION,
viz.,
EWEN ft CO., "LION."
B. HAIflH ft SONS, "STAR ft THI-
"ANGLE."
SOLE AGENTS FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA FOB
CURTISS ft HARVEY'S Sporting and
Blasting POWDER.
JOSEPH KIRKMAN ft SON'S Prizo
Medal PIANOS.
JULES ROBIN ft CO.'S BRANDY.
IMPORTER"   OV
GIANT POWDER, CAPS ft FUSE.
WINES,    LIQUORS,   HAVANA  CIGARS, ftc.
GENERAL AGENTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA FOR
STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE OOMPANV.
UNION MARINE INSURANOE OOMPANY.
Risks accepted and Losses promptly
paid.
Represented In London hy McsBrs, H.
J, GARDNER ft CO., 80 Queen Viotoria
Street, E. C.
4 Commercial Row, Wharf St.,
Viotoria, B.C., 15th March, 188S.
(nihil)
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
1 Old Bboai> St. aiul 16 Pall Mall.
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Bmlilinga, Goods, Wft»s, Merchandise, Manufacturing nnd Farming Sto.k,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
limit Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FR0H LOSS OR DAHAUE RY FIRE.
Subscribed and Invented Capital,
-£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. AKMSTRONfi,
Agent for New Westminster,
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL BE RECEIVED BYTHE
CANADIAN PACIFIC NAVIGATION C8. (LIMITED)
Except ou their own Printed Forms of
Shipping Receipts, to be liad at T. R.
Pearson k Co.'s, New Westminster.
apll JOHN IRVING, Managor.
AYRSHIRE^ BULLS!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOR
salo on reasonable tenns a few half-
bred Ayrahiro yearling Bulls, sired by the
Thoroughbred Ayrshire Bull
BVFFBBIW,
Tho dams being choice dairy cows,
A. S. VEDDER,
jell Sumas.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD      INLET.
Kcirly Built and Xewly Furnished,
Large and Commodious,
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND,
Commands an unbroken view of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
8UIT8   OF   MONS   FOB   FAMUIKS.
SW Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the promises,
JOSEPH  MANNION,
Proprietor.
lonial Hotel
COLUMBIA STBEET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C,
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
pletely re-furnished and otherwise
greatly improved this well-known establishment, I have the pleasure to announce that it is now
OPE IW
For the reception of Guests,
Conveniently located and well appointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all tlie most modem appliances, it
will be found in every respect the best,
as it is the largest and most commodious,
Hotel on the Mainland.
Tho
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best management both as regards crisiNv, and
attendance, nud parties desiring them
can havo PRIVATE DINING ROOMS,
with special attendance.
THE  BAR ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Winxh and
Liquors, nnd tho best brands of Cigars
•vill always be bept on hand.
THE BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and woll appointed, and provided with Strahlk'8 Patent CUSHION
TABLES, the best in use.
tW Good  attendance  and   moderate
charges.
J. E. INSLEY,
Phophietoii & Maxauer.
December 1, 1882. ilcii
THE  STEAMER
A. o. HiA-iuny. fl ASTIR,
WILL SAIL FROM NEW WESTMINSTER
Kvery Wednentlny, nl : ii. ni.,
For SEATTLE, via SAN JUAN Mid
FORT TOWNSEND, connecting with
fitenmers for all points on the Sound.
Returning, will sail from SEATTLE
every Monday, at 7 a. m., arriving here
on Tuesday afternoon.
For rates of Freight or Passage, apply
to
J. A. lt. HOMER, Agent,
»pl«o New Wert.
FOR ^ALE.
Thoroughbred Bull
THE THOROUGH-BRED BULL
"Gror. Walkem," bred by Turgis
k Co., and having a registered Pedigree,
is offered for sale, or would be exchanged
for another bull. He is a fino animal,
without blemish, and five years of age.
Apply to INNES BROS.,
splStc Langloy, B. C.
DAIRY FARM FOB SALE.
C
OMPRISING 450 ACRES.
J 150 acres high timber land; soil
good. 300 acres prairie. CO acres under
fence. House and all necessary outbuildings for carrying on a first-clans
dairy farm. Orchard of 200 bearing
trees. Terms easy. A first-class investment.   Applyto
WOODS k TURNER.
New West., May 11th.       [myl2-lm
FOR^ALE.
LOT  2,   BLOCK  IX.
"     1,     "        xm
"   io,    ■■      xxvin.,
City of New Westminster.
—ALSO—
LOT   4,   BLOCK   I.
"   8to,    «        IH,
"      4,       "        V.
"3        "        X
"   18, 19, k 20, BLOCK Mil.,
Suburban Lands,
Apply to
H.  V. EDMONDS,
Now Westminster,
or to ALLSOP k MASON,
au30tc Victoria.
Dairy Farm for Sale!
MR. C. CHADSEY, OP SUMAS,
wishing to retire from business on
account of failing health, offers for sale
on reasonable terms hia splendid improved
Dairjf Farm, consisting of 620 acres of
prairie land, of whioh 150 aores are un %
der fence. There is a good dwelling
house on the place, also barn, dairy,
sheds, and stables; an excellent well and
a large orchard of choice fruit; and in
short every improvement necessary for a
comfortable home and for carrying on a
large and profitable business in dairy pro*
duce. Dairy stock and farming implements will be sold with the farm if de-
Bired. For tenns apply to the owner on
tlie place, personally or by letter.
Sumas, April 0,1883. aplltc
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Buildino,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, . BRITISH COLOMBIA.
**"* Liberal advances made on Consignments.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esmti-
malt, New Westminster and the District*.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock in trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cosh Buyer by calling
on the above. Offico of the British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
outer nr Harbor Master and ran Warden, leu
NEW   GOODS!
—AT—
E. ELLIOTT'S
COLUMBIA   STREET.
JUST AHRIVED, A GOOD SELEC-
tion of DRY GOODS, comprising:—
Laces. Ribbons, I'reneh Hewers, Cane's,
ladles' and tleMs- Base, Cellars, Ties,
and Huadkerekter., Mats aad areas
•Iced., cretonne.. Flannel., aalrtlasa.
8bNllais, Table Keen. Brawn Hellaad.,
Calleoes, Skawla, ■Isabel.. «te„ clear-
rr's Terebeae Man, Hoaer aad Aimed
lilrrrrlar, Calvert's Carbolic, Brawn
wliiiUiir, PorranerT, «*e.
Alse-HaMware, Teals, Doer Fllllaae,
Ha.h 1'asteners. screws. Nail., etc.
Agcul lor Harper Twelretree's Was!,.
las, Wrlaalna, aad MaaiUas ■scalar
lsl prise London, Paris niiil Vienna Enlll-
iltlons.  Will wash tor family of» In 9
hours; no Ironing^. 	
must
NOTICE.
AN IMPRESSION HAVING GONE
abroad that I have disposed oi my
property at Port Haney, I hereby state
that such is not the case.
_ THOMAS 1UNBY, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
For Sale C. Strauss & T. Earlo
Appointment....Provincial Secretary
Special! (3) D- S. Curtis & Co
Special Methodist Church
^0 Bluo Ribbon Club
Wxt 9ritish Columbiiin.
Saturday Hornlns, June t, 1883.
Some people hare the idea that it
would be safe to squat on the Dominion government lands within the
railway belt on the mainland. There
la nothing in the terms' of agreement
to justify suoh an opinion. The
clause bearing on this point provides that the government of Canada "shall give personB who have
squatted on any of the said lands
within the railway belt on the mainland, prior to the passing of this aot,
and who have made substantial improvements thereon, a prior right of
purchasing tho lands so improved,
at the rates obarged to settlers generally." From this it will be Been
that a person squatting on tho railway lands subsequent to the passing
of the act, has no prior claim whatever to the land, and a claim can be
set up only where substantial improvements have been made before
the 10th of May.
We have devoted considerable
space to-day to a report of tho now
Dominion license act. This measure
is ef great interest to every person,
no matter what his views on the
temperance question may be. Our
opinion of the new law, as far as we
oan form an opinion from the imperfect information at hand, is that
it is a very great improvement on
the license law now in force in this
province. We are of opinion that
the regulation of thu liquor traffic
does not belong to the Dominion at
all, but to the provincial legislature;
but while we protest against the assumption of provincial rights by tbe
federal authorities, we are freo to
confess that the bill is a good one in
many respects. If this law comes
into operation next year, as is expected, those who are now applying
for new licenses are pursuing a very
shortsighted policy.
Jnst Hissed.
The county court which should
have sat in this oity last Wednesday was suddenly postponed, and iB
advertised to open next Monday.
The reason of this postponement is a
very simple one — there was no
judge. It seems that Mr, Justice
Gray had been at San Francisco,
•nd took passage from that city for
Victoria on Friday. But the steamer failed to reach Victoria until 7
o'clock on Tuesday morning, and the
judge consequently failed to catch
the steamer for this city, which left
at that hour. His lordship telegraphed the fact to the registrar on
Tuesday, and had the court postponed. A number of personB were
in this city on Wednesday expecting that court would be held as had
been advortisod. Of course they
had to go homo without accomplishing anything, but each of these persons is several dollars out of pocket
because the judge did not happen to
catch the steamer. Not only so,
but there is loss of time and embarrassment to all who had any business at the court. This is by no
means the first time that such a circumstance has occurred. All through
the mainland it has for years been a
common thing for courts to bo postponed because a judge could not
catch a steamer, or had some other
engagement. Now, it may be proper to enquire whether judges are
made for the convenience of the
people, or people for the convenience
of the judges. It is generally supposed the judges receive good salaries for the discharge of the duties
whieh belong to tlieir important
office. They are not paid, wo bo-
live, to go te San Francisco and
leave the fulfilment of their engagements to the uncertainties of a
steamer. Mr. Justice Gray very
probably expected that the steamer
would reach Victoria some time on
Monday afternoon, and that the
other steamer would reach this city
some time before Wednesday. But
in a matter where the public convenience would undoubtedly suffer
very seriously from a few hours' delay, we Bubmit that the judge was
not justified in taking any such
chances. If it was necessary for
him to be in San Francisco last
week, surely ho could have arranged
with one of his brother judges (of
whom we believe there were three
in Viotoria) to take his place if the
steamer happened to be delayed. If
hia presenco in San Francisco last
week wu not necessary, and he
oould not arrange with a brother
judge, he ahould have seen that duty
came before pleasure, and that the
public interests ought to be considered of greater importance tban
his convenience. We have long
enough suffered in this respect. Our
readers will not easily forget the
pettpooaa-enti   and   delays whieh
occurred early last year, one of the
results of which was the loss of two
most valuable lives in the Fraser
Biver. The judges of British Columbia do not see in to have before thom
a sufficiently clear perception of the
fact that thoso failures of theirs are
exceedingly embarrassing and costly
to the people of this province. Whether courts are held or not, the
judge's salary goes on all the same;
but when through neglect of duty
he brings unnecessary expense upon
the people, he is not apt out of his
salary to make good the loss caused
by his negligence. We do not intend theso observations to be applied specially to Judge Gray. They
are applicable to all judges who fail
to meet their engagements while
continuing to retain their positions
and draw their salaries as judges.
We have a considerable amount of
respect for the bench of British Columbia, but it is only reasonable to
expect that the judges themselves
will have some respect for tbe public interests, oven if the performance
of their official duties should sometimes entail a certain amount of
personal inconvenience. Whe hope
this will be the last occasion when a
judge will postpone a court because
he just missed the steamer.
BUSINESS FOR SALE.
Estate of John Quagliotti.
THE ENTIRE BUSINESS OF J.
Quagliotti at Yalo and Lytton, including stocks of gooda, book debts,
buildings, lots and goodwill is offered for
sale by tender.
Inventories nre to bo seen at the office
of C. Strouss k Co., Wharf Street, "Victoria, on tbe premises at Yalo nnd on tlie
premises at Lytton. At the two latter
places the stock, kc, may also be in-
Sspected by intending purchasers on ap-
lication to P. Birrell, Yale, and W,
ailey, Lytton.
Tenders will be received at C. Strouss
k Co.'a office until 30th June, prox.
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted,
C. STROUSS, \
T. EARLE,    j
Victoria, B. 0„ 31st May, 1883.     je2td
Provincial Secretary's Offioe,
23rd May, 1883.
HIS HONOUR tho Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to appoint
Richard Irvine Bentley, Esquire,
M. B., to bo Medical Officer of the Royal
Columbian Hospital and of the Asylum
for the Insane, Now Westminster. je2ml
Wanted to Purchase
MOVABLE FRAME HIVES. Write,
stating prico, to
E. H. HOLDING,
iny30-3t] Langley.
TENDERS.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
up to six o'clock p. in. on Saturday,
tho 2nd of June next, at the oflico of W.
D. Ferris, for BUILDING TWO BARNS
AT RICHMOND. Plans and specifications can be seen on application to
W. D. FERRIS.
New Westminster, 28th May, 1883.
iny30-2t.
EXTENSIVE
HOUSEHOLD
Furniture
mHE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FUR-
niture of the Hon, Jno. Robson will be
offered for sale by publio auction at hia
residence, Agnes street, on
Wednesday, June 13,1883,
This will be a rare opportunity for
persons wishing to start housekeeping,
or to add to thoir present effects.
PARTICULARS HEREAFTER.
T. J. TRAPP, Auctioneer.
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NOTICE.
■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
j.M tho undersigned intends making application to the Chief .Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase 200 acres (moro or less) of land in
New Westminster District, described as
follows: All that portion of an Island
lying in the North Skwamish River,
emptying into Howe Sound, Said portion of said Island being all that portion
of said Island situate south of tlie
Skwamish Indian Reserve.
JAMES VAN BRAMKR.
       my30-fcn	
ORS. MCINNES & MATHERS.
Office, Columbia St., opp, the Postohlco
OPEN DAY & NIG-HT.
NOTICE.
H. JAMES W. HARVEV, MAN-
ager for James Ellard kCo., lenves
for England on June lst. It is absolute*
ly essential that all accounts dno James
Ellard ft Co, be paid not later than June
30th. JAMES ELLARD ft CO.
New WMtuiinster, B.C., May 22,1883,
TENDERS.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
tip to noon on 7th June next by tbe
undersigned for undertaking iu connection with tlie Provincial Asylum at New
Westminster. For particulars apply at
the Government Ollice, New Westminster, J. C. HUGHES,
Gov't Agent.
New Westminster, May 29th, 1883.
my30-td.
COUNTY COURT.
THE COUNTY  COURT   ADVER-
tised to sit in the eity of  Now
Westminster on Wednesday, tho 30th
May, has beon postponed until Monday,
the 4th Juno.
Dated May 29th, 1883.
B. A. JENNS,
Registrar County Court,
my30t2 Now Westminstor.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
rpHE GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH
_L Columbia havo appropriated $750,
for the fiscal year commencing 1st July,
1883, in aid of a Resident Physician and
Surgeon ot Clinton, B. C, who will also
be entitled to receive fees for practice.
None but persons holding a Diploma
from some recognized college need apply.
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Oilieo,
Victoria, B.C., 22(1 May, 1883.
my30-lm.
<luali.lci.Uoii and Registration
of Voters Act, 1878.
New Westminster City District,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, IN
accordance with clause 9, sub-section "f," of the "Qualification and Registration of Voters Act, 187G," that I
shall hold a Court of Revision for the
District of New Westminster City, at
the Court House, -New Westminster, on
Monday, the Gth day of August, 1883, at
12 o'clock noon,
J. C. HUGHES, Collector.
New Westminster, May 29th, 1883.
my30-td
((nnllflcntlon and Registration
of Voters Act, 187(1.
New Westminster District.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN
accordance with clause 9, sub-section "f," of tho "Qualification and Registration of Voters Act," 1876," that I
shall hold a Court of Revision for the
District of New Westminster, at tho
Court House, New Westminster, on
Monday, the (ith day of August, 1883,
at 12 o clock noon.
J. C. HUGHES, Collector.
New Westminster, May 29th, 1883,
iny30-td.
[L.S.]
. CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland, Queen, Defender
of the Faith, Ac., Ac, Ao.
To all to  whom tliese  presents  shall
come.--Greeting.
A PROCLAMATION.
Alex. E. B, Davie, 1  TTTHKREAp,
Attorney-General J VV by a Proclamation, bearing date the Fourth day of
March, in tho year of Our Lord ono
thousand eight hundred and seventy-
three, it was ordered and proclaimed
that "Tho County Courts Extension Act,
1873," should, from and after the date of
said proclamation, have full force and
effect in the Electoral District of Cariboo,
except that portion thereof known as the
Omineca Polling Division, and in the
Electoral District of Kootenay.
And whereas, it is expedient that such
Order and Proclamation should, as to the
Electoral District of Cariboo, be revoked.
NOW KNOW YE that Wo do order
and proclaim tliat, from and after the
date hereof, the said Ordor and Procla-
inrtion shall, as to thu Electoral District of
Cariboo, be revoked.
In testimony whereof, We have caused
these Our Letters to be mado Patent, and
the Great Seal of the Province of British
Columbia to be hereunto affixed: Witness, tlie Honourable CLEMENT F.
CORNWALL, Lieutenant-Governor of
the HiiiiJ Province of British Columbia, in
tho City of Victoria, in tho said Province,
this Eighteenth day of May, in the year
of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and eighty-three, and in the forty-sixth
year ot Our Reign.
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
my30*lm] Provincial Secretary,
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tlie Moodyvillo Saw Mill Company
(limited) intend to make application to
the Chief Commissioner of Lauds and
Works for permission to purchase 200
acres (more or less) of land in New Westminster District, described as follows:
Commencing at the southeast corner of
tho Indian Reserve, ninth of steep cliffs
situate on Shoal Channel, at the entrance
of Howe Sound; thonco west eighty
chain**; thence smith thirty chains;
thence cast to the shore Hue of Howe
Sound; thence in a, northeasterly direction, following the meaudcriugs of shore
lino to point of commencement, containing two hundred acres, moro or less,
MOODYVILLE SAW MILL CO.,
(Limited.)
Per B, Springer, Manager.
Now Westminster, B.C., May 26,1883.
my30-2m
r|THK ABOVE REWARD WILL BE
JL paid to any person giving information that shall lead to the apprehension
and conviction of the party or parties
who fired off the gun at tho Battery on
the night of tho 23rd inst.
G. PITTENDIUGH, Captain,
Commanding Seymour Artillery.
New Westminster, 25th May, 1883.   [Im
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporimn
MOST FASHIONABLE IN TIIK CITY.
Opposite the Banki Columbia street,
H«w Wcitmtoitor, B. 0,     [mySe-to.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY,
Stomiv  employment nnd good wages
guaranteed,
myaa-tc,]        E. S. SCOULLAR A CO.
BOARD WANTED.
A RESPECTABLE  YOUNG   MAN
wants board and lodging in a private
family.   Address S., Colombian office,
my 19-1 m.
WANTED:
A CHEESE-MAKER.
Apply to
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A. C. WELLS,
Chilliulmek.
BRITISH (JOLVIIBIA
MARKET
YALE, PORT MOODY AND NEW
WESTMINSTER.
Tho hest finality of
BEEF, PORK & MUTTON
Will bo kept constantly on haml.
All bills presented on tho lst of each
month, ami must bo paid by 15th.
mylD-to] HAVENS k CO.
lew Spring Goods!
MRS. "STRANG
BEGS TO INFORM HER KMENDS
that she has received her stock ef
FANCY    GOODS!
—ALSO—
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
READYMADE CLOTHING
Cheapest in the City.
1ST Next Door to City Drug Store.   ap!8
D.B.GMNT,
Queen St„ - Port Moody
 DEALER IK	
DEY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Boots & Shoes, &c.
HAVING OPENED OUT A LARGE
assortment in the above lines, the
subscriber is prepared to supply the
people at the Terminus City aud else
wherewith everything generally found
iu a first-class store, All goods sold at
tlie lowest cash prices,
tL'auiplng Out II I* of nil UIihIn.
apl4tc D. B. GRANT.
3. OLABK, M. 1).
ical
Limit!
DIRECT IMPORTERS
Aiul wholesale ami retail dealers in
Mil A'fl Sit rilAlllii'.'iUt
1
Patent Medicines, Perfumery,
DYE STUFFS,
Lamps and Lamp Goods, etc.
Oils of Every Description,
Sole Agents for
"SKID GREASE."
COLUMBIA STREET,
One door from Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. G.
myO-tc.
RANGES
STOVES,
TINWARE.ETC.ETC
Brass Cocks, Valves, Steam Gauges, Pipe
nnd Pipe  Fittings in Endless
Variety.    All kinds of
SHIP AND HOUSEWORK AND
GENERAL JOBBING
Done iu neatest style and inoBt thorough
manner.
Of ovory desoription on hand.
CANNERY SUPPLIES
And work a specialty.
E.S.SCOULLAR&CO
Wholesale dealers & Manufacturers,
Columbia  Street,   New Westminster.
mylB'to.
New and Latest Styles of
MILLINERY
 AT	
WILLIAM RAE'S
The Stock
Is as well assorted as any on the
Mainland, comprising:
Hats & Bonnets
Of the most fashionable shapes and
styles.
Ribbons.
Ottoman, Satin, Reversible, Fringed
and lace ribbons, plaid & all shades
Piece Goods.
OTTOMANS,    SURAHS,
satins, silks, sarsnets, velvet and
velveteens, brocade and plain.
Black and cream Spanish
lace. Ostrich feathers
and tips, a handsome assortment.
Flowers, Frillings
Neck arrangements in lace and muslin, gloves, hosiery, corsets, dress
trimmings, etc., etc.. etc., etc.
COME AND SEE OUR STOCK.
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Front street,
New  Westminster, B. C.
 Dealer in	
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS  AND CAPS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING
GRAIN,
FEED,
SEEDS,
POTATOES,
LIME, ETC.
Special attention to Farmers' Supplies. Produce of all kinks purchased
at highest market prices. Orders by
mail will receive prompt attention.
chas. Mcdonough.
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New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new goods
consisting in part of
DBY   O-OOIDS,
C1 o t li i n g.
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection of
Groceries and Provisions
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stone building,Columbia
street. myi6tc.
NOTICE.
For sound, useful household goods try
WM. RAE'S
Next door to Colonial Hotel.
Groceries, Provisions, Crockery and
Glassware.   A large and well
selected stock ot
DRESS GOODS,
In the newest materials.
Prints. Sheetings,
Flannels, tweeds, etc. A complete
line pf
Clothing
OF   FIRST. CLASS   QUALITY
and fashionable style.   A
full line of
BOYS' CLOTHING
The stock is new and will be sold at
CHEAP rates. myirj-tc.
NOTJCE.
AU- PERSONS ARK HERKBY
cautioned ngalnnt cutting or removing tlinlwi- of any kind from off lands
held by tlio Hutlngs Sawmill Company,
as parties doing ho without permission
will bo prosecuted.
1UGHD. H. ALEXANDER,
Burrard Inlet, B. C„
12th Deo., 1862. delO
C. G. MAJOR
Importer and dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
3-TB-^T-
CoodS
Brussels Carpets,
Tapistry Carpets,
Wool Carpets,
Lace Curtains,
Tapistry Curtains,
Nottingham Curtains
Black Cashmeres,
Colored Merinos,
#Cashmere Twills,
Lustres and Alpacas.
White Table Damask,
Brown do,
Table Napkins,
Diapers,
Irish Linen,
Muslins (book),
Brilliants.
White Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
Brown Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
White and Unbleached
COTTONS,
Every Quality and Price.
TOWELS,
.
White and Brown TurldsliiHuckabuck
Honey-Comb and Linen,
IfcTE-W-
Large Stock, Best
Materials, Latest
Styles, and
LowDown Prices,
Everything In
provisions, Crockery S Glassware
What you don't see
ask for,
And what we don't
keep we will get.
C.Q. MAJOR
Importer and dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
I
WM. RAE
HAS  FOE SALE 80 OR 00 TONS
FIRST-OLASS
TIMOTHY   HAY
(Well Cured ami Clean)
$28 Jk. to:n\
AT     NKW     WESTMINSTER,
—ALSO-
SPLIT & 8AWN SHINGLES.
|ap7to)
New Fish Market!
H
JAMES TAFFANDALE
AS JUST OPENED A NEW FISH
Market on
FRONT  STREET,
East of tho Holbrook House, where will
be found a full supply of Fish of all
kinds nnd of tha best quality.
Purchases delivered in any part of the
eity.   A call is solicited.
CLOCKS
C.   M.  McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LAKG-
est assortment of Clocks ever held
on the Mainland of British Columbia.
Nickel Clock., at 82.25 (warranted).
Setli   Thomas'  Nickel Alarm, at
$3.25,
All kinds of  Mantel  Md  Office
Clocks.
Waltham Watches, coin silver cases,
from §1 fi upwards,
A tine assortment of Stirling Silver
Jewelry, of the latest designs.
Silver Plate Ware and Optical
floods.
Columbia Stbkkt,
au2 Now Westminster, B.C.
"I
OPFOSITK PIONKKU WHABF,
■' RONT STREET,
JEW     WESTMINSTER.
1MFOHTKB AND HEALER IN
Dry Goods, ClotWni*,
Hills and Milliner}',
Fancy Goods, Jewelry,
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
Clears and Tobaccos,
Frnlts and Confectionery.
Stock largo and welt selected. All
Goods first-class, and will lie sold at
very low prices for cash,
mhl4 M. ECKSTEIN.
1862.
1883.
COLUMBIA
HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.G.
TAMES
«fe CO.,
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS.
GENERAL
fl
WE HAVE NOW THE
most extensive stock
to be found in the Province,
consisting qf Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots an<| Shoes,
Groceries and Provisions,
Patent Medicines, Hardware,
Agricultural Implements,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp
Stock, Paints, Oils, Ship
Chandlery and Stores, Stoves
and Tinware, Plumbers'
Goods, Plaster,Cenient, time,
*o., &p.
Orders for the above solicited. Prices cut low. Terms
Cash.
April 8th, 1888. ap7
NEW
SPRING
GOODS
-AT-
i n i inn
<Sc Oolrxipa-Liy's.
U. LLLflliU
Sixteen Cases of
Consisting of
Black and Colored
Merinos and Gash-
meres, Dress Serges
in new shades. All
wool Beige, satin,
marveilleux check
and angola chevoits.
Black Paramatta &
Persian Cords.
THE NEW
OTTOMAN
TRIMMING SILK.
-A fine line of-
Brocaded sateens,
laces and vanda striped brocades, prints,
etc. New styles in
ladies and children's
parasols. A large lot
of new neckwear, silk
ties, scarfs and collarettes, ribbons and
laces.
jm..w^mmm»m'
A splendid assortment of
new shades and styles in ladies' and children's silk Lisle,
and Taffata Gloves. A full
line of quilts, towels, table
cloths and covers, ticks, lace
curtains, Nottingham lace,
flannels, printed and plain
sheetings in all widths, Den-
hns, Canton flannels, check
ginghams. A splendid a-fc
sortnient Qf ladles and phlld:
ren's ani] gents'
NEW HOSIERY.
Also a large stock of gents'
ring uiotmng,
i
Shirts, collars, cuffs & ties.
A large lot of Brussels, Tapestry, Kiddiminster & Hemp
CARPETS
I
HEARTH RUGS
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sts.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, lhe ffrittoh ggtambian.
Hnturilny Morn'its. .Iuim- tf, 1HH3.
i-issk\';»:ks.
per nlr. Enterprise, from Victoria, June
1—Gilpin, MiiDonalil, Kullonny, Honn. Mo-
Minn, 1iowm> nnd wf, Manic, Lawson,
IIftiil«n«iii, Willi's (Jmy, iitilnti, ttriiy.
Hlncktt'iKHl, Meyer, ICti-fllnli. M.HK Union,
Mrs Knullsh. MIks DickliiHon, Williams,
Dlllal-iiruli, Nelson, Liiillior, Al-lliur, Mrs
fin-en, Miss I'l-uimoll, Adair,
in kii.
NIOHOI-HUN.-In Hi I-i oity, on llio !ll«l
Mny, Martini Anna, vUlext daughter of
Mttlooltn Mi'lmlson, of Mul-ii-itt, agi'il
•22 yeara and 8 mon tliu.
[Tlio funeral will take placo at -J o'clock
tills nftomoon front Mr. WoIkIi'h roBldonoo,
St, John Blreot.]
TUKNllULL.-fntlilHolly,on tho ]Ht,rutin,
Lticrotia, tluugtitorof wuttumnnu Jo8-
slcTurnbull, ngeil II montiiH.
[Tho /uncral will tako plueo on Hum Iny
((o-iimrnnv) iiflcniin-ii, al iio-oluok.l
Track laying nt Port Moody begins
next Monday.
Buy your Linn]) Goods and Coal Oil
from D. S. Curtis k Co. *
A tompomnco convention for wost-
orn Washington Territory is to bo hold
nt Scuttle in Juno,
Samuel L, Clemens (Murk Twain)
is the j-noat of the MarquiB of Lome
at the Govornment House,
Blackberry Cordial euros Dysentery,
Flux, Cholera Morbus, and summer complaints. Sold only by D. 8. Curtis 4 Co.*
Customs receipts at Victoria lust
month amounted to $80,593, being
$6,480 in excess of same period last
year.
Dr. Bentley came - up last Saturday
night, and ia now in possession of the
office formerly occupied by- the late
Dr. Sivewright.
Mr. A. C. Beetou (Turner, Beoton
& Co.) has beeu appointed agent-gen-
oral in London for the province of
British Columbia.
We have beon requested to sny that
Rov. E. Robson will not hold service
at Port Moody to-morrow in consequence of a funeral iu this city.
A communication signed "Diogenes"
came to this ollice the other day, but
was not accompanied by tho name of
the author. It is now in the waste-
basket.
Dispatches from points in Illinois
and Iowa report that thu protracted
wet weather has caused much of tho
corn tliat lias beon planted to rot in
the ground.
Brooklyn bridge wus fearfully crowded last Wodnosday, and u large number
of people were precipitated ovor the
footway. Several were killed and a
grent many wounded.
During the last century New York
city doubled its population every seven-
tarn years. The San thinks babies
are living who will know of a New
York city containing 10,000,000 inhabitants-
Mr. Jas. W. Harvey, manager of
thu mercantile establishment of Jas,
Ellard & Co. .left by the str. Rithet
yesterday ou his way to England, We
wish for hiin a pleasant voyage and a
safe return.
There is a falling off in the number
of immigrants arriving in the U. S.
this year. For the ten months onding
April 30th the number of arrivals was
417,088, against 644,001 during the
same time last year.
The steamship Sardonyx arrived at
Nanaimo from the North on Wednesday, She reports the Indian strike
ended, the Indians having agreed to
work for 832.50 per month. Tlie run
of salmon on tlie coast is light.
Wo learn that the dwelling house,
barn and outhouses ou the south-east
quarter of lot 0, township 8 (near
Langley), were burned down last
Thursday night. The property belongs to Mr. W. D, Ferris, of this
oity. Tlie conflagration resulted from
bush fires.
The old river steamer Yosemite has
beon purchased by parties in Viotoria
for $36,000, She will be run on the
Primer River, She has been out of
servico here for some time. She is
nnw at Howard streot wharf, boing
got ready for her departure to the
»orth.~-S. F. Bulletin.
Justice Smith of New York, beforo
whom the keepers of Chinese opium
deni were brought week before last,
says there is no -law prohibiting the
smoking of opium. Tlie statute against
keeping these dens or "joints" is
based upon the immoral practices sup-
})osed to exist thoro to which the smok-
ng ib merely accessory.
Fivo thousand dollars' worth of seized
gamblinjr apparatus was burned in bonfires on tho public square in Nashville,
Tenn., a few days ago, by order of the
Criminal Court. It is asserted that
at least fivo hundred gamblers will bo
driven out of the city by tho enforcement of the new act of the State Legislature making gambling a felony.
The Blue Ribbon Club will given
social in thu Skating Rink on the
evening of Wednesday noxt. Doors
open at 7-30, to commence nt 8 o'clock. The programme will be an interesting onu. Admission, 25 cents,
at the door. Ladles desirous of assisting will pleaso bring their baskets of
provisions to the hull not later than 5
P*»i: *
Heavy frosts occurred ou Monday
and Tuesday nights throughout Southern aud part or Central Missouri, and
particularly in that section of Illinois
swept by the tornado lost Friday night.
Early vegetables are most entirely destroyed, and fruit aud grain badly
damaged. Ice from an eighth to a
quarter of un inch thick formed in
most localities.
It Is very probable, the London cor
respondent of the Manchester Qaardian
says, that the improved newly invented
repeating rifle will soon bo introduced
into the British army. The weapon
has been tried aud te^teil by officers
Wt»H (-imlifM to fqnti an opinion upon
it, and the report is unanimously in
favour of ita adoption throughout the
service. By nil accounts this weapon
is one of the most wonderful inventions
of its kind thnt has ever beon seen.
Ii is simple nnd easy to keep in order,
and will give the troops using it six
shots for every one they can tire now.
D. S. Curtis k Co. have the best and
cheapest stock of Drugs on tho mainland, *
Columbia STiiKpT.-It is proposed
(fl jtnprove Columbia st. by putting on
It the broken stone now lying at the
Market Square. If this is done without first grading the stroet a serious
mistake will be made. The middle of
Columbia street should be raised
over two feet and thon it should bo
finished with hard metal. If the metal
is put on now it will be entirely wasted whan the grading comes to be done.
Methodist Cumtcu—Rev. E. Robson, pastor. Servico at 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday School and Bible Class
at 2:30. Seats freej strangers cordially invited.       *
Promoted.—Serjeant Charles Mus-
crave McNaughton has beon enssottod
provisionally 2nd Lieutenant in Seymour Battery of Garrison Artillery,
vice William Norman Bole, resigned.
Customs Receipts.—The collections
at this port for the month of May
wure: Customs, $11,449; other revenues, $117; total, $11,500. For same
month last year the total revenue was
$12,855, showing a decrease this year
of 91,280.	
Savinos Bank.—Capt. Pittendrigli
reports that thero were deposited in
the govornment savings bnnk nt this
city last month $10,802; withdrawn,
$12,805. The deposits since 1st July
last have beon $207,100; withdrawals,
$145,780; excess of deposits over withdrawals, $01,320.
Another Victim .—Constable Sharpe
roped iu another Chinaman yesterday
on a charge of selling liquor to Indians
at Pitt River. The victim's uiune is
Ah Ching, lie pleaded guilty, nnd the
magistrates (Messrs. Ferris and Dickinson) gave him the option of paying
$100 or going to gaol 0 mos. This is
Mr. Shnrpe's sixth case since his appointment, nud iu evory instance he
has secured ii conviction.
Good TowNsnii's.-—Several persons
iu the vicinity of Lnngley, who have
had occasion to ponetrato township 14
and tho adjoining townships, tying a
few miles oast of Langley Prairie, express themselves charmed with tho
character of tho land in that region. It
is what is known as alder bottom land,
easily cleared, and of the richest quality. There aro no roads leading into
those lands at present, but if they were
once opened up there is no reason to
doubt tbat they would be quickly
taken up.
Kootenay Development. — The
Kootenay Company 111*0 ready to move,
They have already sent their chief engineer to survey the line of railway nnd
will follow with surveys of the land
grant. A eoinplete nssnyor's outfit,
with Mr. Brown, an experienced load
maker, and au twsayor havo already arrived, A double furnace, capable of
turning out 100 tons of oro daily, will
be erected this summer. Capts. J. C.
and G. J, Ainsworth aro now nt Portland ami nre expected here to-day to
organize their company uud open an
office.—Colonist,
Shipping.—-Strs. Enterprise nud Irving loft for Victoria and Yale Wednesday morning, aud str. Evangel for
Seattle. Str. Princess Louise arrivod
from Victoria Wednesday night at 10,
nnd connected with str. Reliance for
Yale. Str. Princess Louiso left for
Nanaimo on Thursday morning. Str.
Rithet arrived down from Yalo yostur-
day morning at 0 o'clock, and left for
Victoria at 10. Tho str. Dunsmuir
came ovor from Nanaimo on Wednesday and returned Thursday. The str.
Enterprise arrived from Victorin yesterday afternoon nt 5 o'clock.
Pavilion Mill.—Towards the end
of March Mr. James Trethewey, of
this eity, went up to Pavilion Mountain to grind out the local wheat crop.
When about fifty tons had boon ground
the turbine wheel broke, und Mr.
Trethewey came down to tho city,
mndo the necessary patterns, and hnd
shaft, bridge-tree, step, nnd buckets
cast at Mr. Law's foundry. These
were shipped up river last wook, nnd
Mr. Trethewey follows them nud hopes
soon to grind out the remaining
twenty-five tons, Tho wheat raised iu
the region he thinks equal to tho best
Ontario fall wheat, nnd the mill turns
out flour of vory fino qunlity,
 *.	
Board of Trade.—The adjourned
quarterly meeting of thu Now Westminster Bonrd of Trade was held last
Wednesday night, the president in the
chair. On motion tho following resolutions wore adopted: (I) That the
New Westminster Board of Trade beg
tn suggest to the Pilot Board tho desirability of taking steps tu enforce tho
law in uot allowing aliens to net ns
captains and pilots 011 the river boats,
and they suggest that the Pilot Board
give due notice that after the present
season this taw will be enforced. (2)
That the attention of tho Council of
the Board of Trade be called tn the
manner in which tho mail contracts
between Victoria and this city nre being carried out, and to urgo thnt the
service be carried on in accordance
with the terms of contract.
Local Brevities.—Drunk man with
a bloody nose addressing a lamp post
on Columbia street nt 9 o'clock yesterday morning; the early bird gots tho
"worm" Clarkson stroet is forever disfigured aud blocked with carts
and eordwood und rubbish Wild
roses are out in blossom, and  this
country is full of wild roses City
Council meeting noxt Monday night.
.,.,, .Water in the river falling rapidly Mr. W. .1, Fronoh is preparing to erect a dwelling on Alice
street The str. Gem is undergo-
im,' repairs The Coiumbin street
extension is now open for truffle	
Every business man and professional
man should advertise in the Columbian The new post  oflico still
stands vacant Weathor continues
as lovely as anybody could wish	
Mr. J. A. R, Homer, M. P., is expected home next week Mr. \V.
D. Ferris, of this oity, celebrated his
08th birthday last Thursday; his children from tho North Arm nud other
friends assembled at the homestead in
honor of thu occasion..... .Mr. Clute
has a very remarkable specimen of the
animal kingdom 011 exhibition at thu
customhouse; it is a Nova Scotia adder of immense size, and remarkably
tame .The run of spring salmon
does not improve Persons indebted to the Columbian nro invited
to pay up There is considerable
enquiry for eity lots, and quito a number have changed hands lately	
No polico court sinco last issuo; ono
drunk was run in yesterday, and will
came up for assessment of damages
this morning......Mr. McNaughton
has placed a very handsome revolving
jewelry stand In his shop window	
"The Westminster Amateur Orchestral Society" is in process of organization; its object is simply nitiHsemont
and self-culture.
A Wonderful Chanue,—Itev, W. E.
Glfford, while pastor of M. E, Church,
Bothwcll, suffered from chronic dyspepsia so badly as to render his lifo almost
a burden. Three bottles of Burdock
Blood. Hitters cured him.
coronation of tlie Czar.
Brilliant and Magnificent Display.
Contrary to general expectation, tho
coronation of the Czar ef Russia was
successfully performed without dynamite or disaster. The ceremony was
one of tho most brilliant nud impressive ever witnessed anywhere. Kremlin square was so densely pucked that
no person could make any hostile
movement. At 7 o'clock on Sunday
morning the performance began by the
ringing of hundreds of bells throughout the city, and the thunder of artillery. The road by which the imperial pair reached the cathedral from
tho palace was sprinkled with holy
water, The sky was cloudy,
and a sharp shower of rain
fell, but when tho Czar and his
wife reached the place of coronation
the sun shone out brilliantly. Before
leaving the cathedral tho czar knelt a
few moments alone, and it wns noticed
that his eyes filled with tears, and he
sobbed audibly when ho made the profession of faith. The cathedral choir
sang tho Te Doum, nfter which the
Emperor ungirted his sword, and ac-
compunied by the Empress nnd numerous dignitaries, proceeded to the
gate of the Sanctuary. Thero the Metropolitan of Novogood anointed the
Emperor's forehead, eyelids, nostrils,
lips, ears, breast and hands, and tit the
same time exclaiming, "Behold the
seal of the Holy Ghost; may it keep
thee ever holy. Tho Empress was
only anointed on the forehead. Both
partook of the sacrament. The crown
of the Czar is valued at 3,000,000
roubles. It descended from the Emperor Paul, The city of Mobcow presented everywhere a magnificent picture of surpassing beauty, and the enthusiasm ui the poople was unbounded.
A correspondent of the 7'i»ies, who
was the only English correspondent in
the cathedral, says no pen could adequately describe the magnificence of
tlie scene. There seems to have been
no attempt at demonstration by the
Nihilists. The success of tho coronation, the manifest loyalty and enthusiasm of the people, and the absence
of t any hostilo movement, greatly surprised foreign visitors, In the evening a court ball was given, the magnificence of which no one could conceive The Czar felt so confident and
assured by the events of the day that
he drove through the streets unattended by nny escort whatever.
..,,-...-— .» .—   .,—
From Spnlliimclieeii-
(Correspomloncc ot tlie Columbinn.)
Seeding about Okanagon and Sjml-
lumcheon is now nbout over. The
weather has been dry and extremely
favorable for farming operations. A
slight rain fell recently, and thoro is
every reason to expect an abundant
harvest. Tho pastures are 111 excellent form, and stock are rapidly recovering their good condition. Thore
aro numerous enquiries here for lands,
nnd I believe a good deal hns been
taken up this season, principally in
sections where the timber is light. The
Spullumcheen nnd Okanagon canal, if
built, would rapidly double tho productiveness and population of this part
of the Yale district. Tlio Spullumcheen
River is unusually high for this time
of tho year. The passage of the Kootenay bill has given universal satisfaction here.
 mt
From Yale*
IKkhh tl.i-Hi-iitlnrl.J
Two wide-tired wagons and some supplies were tnkon up the Cariboo road
yesterday to bo conveyed to Eugle Puss
Wagon Rond Company, where the men
nro now busy nt work. Some moro
men, also, went along for the samo
work. We learn that a movement is
011 foot to have a grand excursion by
steamer from Victoria to Yalo July 3rd,
and a raitwny excursion from hero to
Boston Har on tho 4th. No doubt
such nu excursion would bo well attended, and fully enjoyed upon the
" Glorious Fourth, " Miss Michel],
residing with Mr. E. A. Wilmot, C. E.,
at Hope station, wns returning homo
on the hand onr on Tuesday ovening;
sitting in front of tho car whon her
feot caught in seme ballast which threw
her off; tho car ran ovor lior, breaking
hor shoulder blade nnd causing othor
injuries. Tha cur ami three men woro
thrown off the truck. Some timo since
n man named John Breeze, who was
teaming for Mr. Gilmoro, of Nicola,
broke his leg, nud uot getting along us
he desired was brought down yestorday
by Mr. Lindloy, of thnt place, in n
spring-wagon to wait first bout to Victoria, where the sufferer intends going
into hospital. Tho journey from Nicola tu Yale took 8 days and Mr. Breeze
ondurod much pain ; ho is considerable
easier this morning.
From Cariboo.
(Corrospoiulenoo of tin- Columbian,)
Barrervillk, May 20.—Tho ovont
of thu week has been thu bait given ou
tho 24th by thu Williams Creek Fire
Brigade in aid of the ltoyal Cariboo
Hospital. Tinise who attended are
generally agreed that it was the pteas-
nutost and altogether most successful
gathering of the kind for somo years,
I am told that all thu ladies were neatly dressed iu calico aud many of thu
gentlemen wore neckties of thu same
material. Thu supper was served at
thu restaurant, aud being the product
of thu combined contributions of thu
Indies, there wns an ample supply aud
plenty of variety. It is not certain
yot, I believe, wnat will bo the financial results; Intl. as nothing whatever
is to bo deducted fur expenses, it is
expected that the brigade will bu able
tn donate to the hospital something
liko $200.
In mining news it may bu noted that
Lowhoe guvu last week some 50 ounces,
aud Antler 86, Owing to a scarcity <>f
water ono or two of the hydraulic claims
have hud to shut down iiguin. Thu
weather has beeu cold, und thu consequence is thnt the crock is already
down to its midsummer dimensions--
aud oven lower. Indeed it has nover
buforo buun known to be so low at this
season of the year as it is now. But
thoro is plenty of snow yet iu the green
timber aud on tho mountains, nnd
warm weather or rain will soon give
thu needed supply of water,
Nuuurt.
Hioiilv Satisfactory.—Impure blood
and low vitality are the great sources ef
most diseases for which Ihirdock Blood
Bitters Is the specific.   B. Perrm, I)ru«-
flst, of Lindsay, writes that Burdock
flood Bitters givo mora genoral satisfaction than nny blood purifior in the
market.
For diseases leading to Consumption,
use Allen's Lung Balsnm. Sao adv, in
soother column.
News by Telegraph.
The Cream of the Despatches.
Winnipeg,. May 12.—During tho last
fow days over 2000 immigrants arrived
here, nnd tents ore being erected in every
direction. Rents nre being raised nnd
board is expected to be higher than last
summer.
Winnipeg, May 15.—Tlio Government
land salo to-day of tho milo belt was a
complete failure. Only seven sections
were sold. The "Times" denounces the
snlo in unmeasured terms. One settler
wept at seeing his home sold at a price
he was unable to pay.
Montreal, May 27.—-The annual procession, headed by tho Roman Catholic
bishop of the diocese, in honor of the anniversary of Corpus Cliristi, took place
hero to-day. About 15,000 personB
walked nearly soven hours through tho
streets iu the French quarter. Judges,
members of the parliament, 'nwyeisand
civic dignitaries surrounded the bishop.
Then tho clergy and members of various
ecclesiastic orders in line, nuns by hundreds, school children by thousands and
all benevolent societies belonging to the
church attended iu regalia with banners
and music.
Paris, May 27.—A dispatch from Saigon, dated yesterday* says: Captain Ri-
vierro was reconnoitcring with 400 men,
landing parties from French vessels,
when attacked. The party was assaulted
when 400 kilometres from Hanobi, by a
strong body of the enemy, principally
pirates, and compelled to evacuate. Total loss, 60 killed and 50 wounded. • Saturday's telegram, which gives tho number of killec! and wouqded, related only
to tho loss among sailors. Tho troops
subsequently reoccupied tho positions,
additional troops being hurried forward
to Saigon aboard merchant vessels, A
late dispatch from Saigon says it is generally believed to bo necessary to bombard Hue aud sond a strong expedition
to Tonquin. The minister of marine
sent a telegram ordering the governor of
Cochin-China to notify French troops
that the chamber of deputies has unanimously pnssed the Tonquin credit bill,
and that the French will avenge her
glorious children. Two additiomu ironclads aud a cruiser have beon ordered to
proceed cast directly.
Shanghai, May 28.—Li Hung Chang,
who is to take command of the Chinese
troops in the provinces bordering on
Tonquin, has arrived here. It is expected he will remain in Shanghai a mouth.
Dublin, Mny 28,—Farrel, one of the
informers in tho trial of the Phoenix Park
murders, received one thousand pounds
from the Government, aud Michael
Kavanaugh, another informer, £250.
Both will quit the country. Jas Carey,
tho informer, and his brother, Peter,
will receive small sums for their services,
London, May 28.—Tho "Times" correspondent at Paris says tbe country is
thoroughly aroused concerning the Tonquin trouble. It is felt that the time for
reflection is past, aud the only eourse
for France is to act vigorously nnd above
all things swiftly. The latest news from
China is tbat G00 troops, armed iu the
maimer of European troops have already
arrived at the Tonquin frontier, aud the
feeling throughout China is intensely
hostile towards the French.
Ottawa, May 28.—It is understood
tho Marquis of Lorno will stay in Canada until tho end of October, and his successor will not arrive before the cud of
November. Ou nrrfval of the former in
England, he will be raised to the peerage. It is said the Princess will leave
about the end of July and proceed to the
European continent, where at Marian-
band she will take advantage of tho
mineral waters which were so beneficial
to her health in 1881.—Friends and admirers in tho Dominion of Sir Hector
Laugcvin, minister of public works, today presented him a purse of 817,000.
The Yale Assize.
Grand Jury Presentment and Reply.
At the Assize Court lately held in
Yale,the grand jury mndo the following
presentment, to which His Lordship
Mr. Justico Crease replied as given
below.
presentment:
Wo, the Grand Jurors of Yale, greet
you with much pleasure in meeting
once mure, and at nn earlier period of
tho yoar than formerly, for which wo
desire to express our satisfaction, and
regard tho movement as indicating on
the part of the Govornment a desire
for greater public eonvenienco and a
moro speedy administration of justice.
It is, no doubt, n feeling of great satisfaction for you to meet us under
these moat favorable circumstances.
Tho calendar a light one, and the town
of Yule being so free of crime, where
thoro is so large n gathering of people
of different nationalities. It is with
feelings of regret that we learn of serious outbreaks of unlawful and riotous proceedings by white men upon
thu Chinese workmen on the line of
railway, aud hope that the steps taken
already by the Government will result
in bringing tho offenders speedily to
tustice. Wo are, also, desirous of
ringing before your Lordship's notice
that gambling is carried on to an
iilurining extent in certain saloons of
this plane, which we consider should
deserve more thau a passing notice by
tho constables, Wo would therefore
urgently request your Lordship to impress upon the Government to instruct
their officers to use their best endeavors to nut down this pernicious and
unlawful practice, which results iu so
much harm to the genoral community.
Wo also beg again to bring before
your Lordship's notice the obstruction
of thu sidewnlks beforo hotels and saloons whero chairs are scattered in
every direction, and nlso, before most
of the stores, whero boxes of merchandise aro left lying about, to tho
inconvenience of passers-by.
REPLY.
I havo the honor to acknowledge
with muoh pleasure the presentment
of the Grand Jury in our now and
commodious court houso to-day assembled. The calendar, happily a small
onu, has beon doalt with carefully but
very effectually by tho petit jurors before whom the cases have been tried.
It is something exceptional in a Pro-
vineo romarkublo throughout the Pacific Coast for tho lost quurtor of a century for its law-abiding character, for
thu whito men tn tako the vindication
of real or supposed grievances, which
tho law was established to redress, into their own hands. It would be a
stain on tho law-abiding character of
the country wero such n course evor
allowod by loyal citizens tu obtain a
footing hero. It is tho interest of all
men who value life, liberty, property,
peace nnd good ordor to join earnestly
together in suppressing in the jury box
and by thu ordinary channel of tho
law nll illegal proceedings. Had your
honorable body thought fit to present
tho gambling houses nnd thoso who
carry them on by namo the Court
would instantly have indicted and visited thoso found guilty of this worst of
offences against society with tho severe
and stringent penalties provided
against tho offence by British Canadian laws,   This can readily be done
at the next Assize, unless such houses
are wiso enough to take warning in
timo aud ut once abate tlie nuisance.
Your presentment against the blocking up of the foot-path in the manner
described can also be. dealt with by
presentment by name and the nuis-
anoe'very quickly abated by the Court
at the expense of those who have
caused it. 'It is a matter well within
the province of the grand jury, who
really have the power iu their own
hands, und if this hint bo neglected it
is one which no doubt they will then
put into active exercise. I will forward your presentment to the local
Government, from which it will re-
ceivo that attention which its importance deserves.
The Dominion License Act.
Some of its Principal Features.
.  (From the Toronto Globe.)
The provisions of the Dominion License Bill, as reported by the special
committeo to which tho subject was
referred, show a number of very material modifications in tho existing law
of this province, Tho bill provides
that license districts shall be established by the Governor in Council, which
shall, ns fur as possible uud convenient,
coincide with existing counties, electoral districts, or cities. Each district
shall have a board of threo license
commissioners. Ono of tho commissioners in Ontario, the maritime provinces, and Manitoba shall be either
the county court judgo or the junior
judge, as may be selected. In tho
Province of Quebec the judicial moin-
ber of tho board is to be the Superior
Court judgo, except in Montreal and
Quebec, where the Judge of the Sessions of the Peace is entrusted with
that duty; und in British Columbia
the government may appoint any of
tho judges. Tlio second member of
the commission is to be warden of the
county or mayor of the city. In Montreal and Quebec thu recorder, aud in
Prince Edward Island the sheriff, will
bo the second member of the board.
The third commissioner is to be appointed by the government, and to
hold office for one year. The judge in
every case is to be clioirman of the
board, uud two of the commissioners
will form a quorum. In the absence
of tlie judge the municipal representative acts ob chairman. This provision
is important, inasmuch as in the event
of a tie the chairman is given a casting vote.
Tlie appointment of inspectors rests
with the boards, who are required to
appoint n chief inspector and ono or
more Bub-inspectors for each district,
fixing thoir salaries, subject to the approval of the Governor in Council. The
chief inspector is to be secretary-
treasurer to the board. At any time
before the lst of May in each year the
board may pass resolutions defining the
conditions and qualifications requisite
to obtain licenses and defining tiie localities and persons to be licensed; for
regulating licensed places and fixing
the inspectors' duties. No license can
be granted within uny municipality
where a majority of the electors petition against it, and if the majority
petition for a limitation in the number
the commissioners shall uot grant a
greater number than that fixed by the
petition. Such petitions must be presented before the lst of February.
Tho board ore to meet on some day in
March, of wliich notice is to be given,
to consider all applications for license.
Every hearing is to be opon to tlie public, applicants are to attend in person,
and the boards are empowered to summon witnesses and examine them on
oath. Every petition for license must
be filed before March lst. Applications for new licenses must be accompanied by certificates signed by one-
fourth of the electors of the polling
sub-division iu which the premises are
situated. Any ton or more electors in
tlie polling division may object by petition on the ground of tho bod character of the applicant, the defective nature of the accommodation afforded by
the premises, or that the promises are
in the vicinity of a place of worship,
hospital, or school, &c If a majority
of the electors of the sub-division join
in such petition the license must be
refused. No licenses are to be issued
to or for the benefit of any license commissioner or inspector, nor for premises of wliich any commisssioner or inspector is the owner.
The provisions respecting accommodation are somewhat more exigent than
those whioh at present obtain. Hotels
in cities and towns are required to provide uot less than six bedrooms, and
iu other places four bedrooms; and excepting in cities and towns must provide stabling for six horses. Each hotel or saloon shall be shown to bo a
well-appointed and sufficient eating
house, with appliances for daily serving meals to travellers. The force of
this provision is n good deal weakened,
however, by a clause giving the board
power to dispense with it as to a certain number of saloons. Any city or
town council may, by by-law, prescribo
any additional requirements, which the
board is bound to enforce. No hotol
license is to bo granted in nny city,
town, or village, unless there is a front
entrance to tho premises in addition to
that of the bur-room. No hotel or
saloon is to form a part of, or communicate by any entrance with, nny shop
or store where goods are kept for sale.
This provision, it must.be noted, does
not apply to shop licenses. Tlie clauses
relating to the duties of the Board give
them a good deal of discretionary
power. They are authorized to act on
their own motion with regard to objections to licenses, though no notice
or objection has been given in the
manner provided by the bill. Before
any license is granted tlio applicant
must enter into bonds in the sum of
8200, with two sureties in 9100 each,
for the payment of all fines and the
observance of all requirements.
In addition to hotel, saloon and shop
licenses, vessel and wholesale licenses
may be issued. Vessel licenses only
authorise the sale or disposal of liquors
to passengers nt regular meals, and uot
the opening of a bar, "Wholesale" licenses authorise the sale of liquor in
quantities no less than two gallons in
each cask or vessel, or in the case of
bottled liquors not less then one dozen
"reputed quart bottles—not to be
consumed on the promises.
The principle of licensing the house
instead of the man, ns it obtains in
England, ii recognized in the olause
which provides that in case a license-
holder becomes disqualified or has his
license forfeited, any two members of
the board, upou application by tho
owner of the premises, on being satisfied that he was not a consenting party
to tho act of his tenant, may authorise
nn agent to carry on the business. In
the case of removals, a- petition signed
by one-fourth of tiio electors of tho
polling division is requisite,
The limitation in the number of hotel aud saloon licenses, apart from tho
power vested iu the electors of imposing a further limitation by petition,
is one to every 250 of the first thousand of the population, and one to each
full 500 over that number in cities,
towns and incorporated villages. There
are a few special exceptions. In townships and parishes the municipal councils determine the number, but the
board may reduce it, and in the event
of the Council neglecting to pass a bylaw fixing the number, it shall be fixed
by the Commissioners. The number
of shop licenses not to be in excess of
one for each 400 of the population up
to 1,200, and one for each full 1,000
boyond that number.
The most important of tho regulations is that limiting tho hours for the
sale of liquor, tho provisions of CrookB1
Act being retained as to tho times of
closing, with the exception that Sunday selling is permitted in hotels to
guests bona fide residing or. boarding
in such houses, to be used in their private rooms or at table between the
hours of 12:30 p. in. and 2 p. m., and
5,30 p. 111. and 0:30 p. in., respectively. It is to be feared that notwithstanding the proviso forbidding the
salo of liquor at the bar during the
prohibited hours, this opens a vory
wide loophole for Sunday traffic, and
that bona fide hotel boarders will become as numerous as did the "bona
fide traveler" under the Bpecial exception iu favor of this clnss in the English law. Among other acts made
punishable, are the uso of any room or
portion of licensed premises as a dancing, concert or theatrical saloon, failing to supply lodging or meals, receiving in payment or pledge for liquor
anything except cash or bank cheques;
permitting drunkenness, disorderly
conduct, or gambling on licensed premises; supplying liquor to constables 01:
duty; permitting liquors sold under
shop license to be consumed on the
premises; and selling to minors under
sixteen; interdicted persons, or lunatics. As the fines to be imposed for
these and other offences against the
Act are in blank, it is difficult to judge
of the effectiveness of these provisions.
It is provided, however, that a first
conviction renders a license-holder liable to have his license suspended for
six months, and that on a second offence he "shall be liable to forfeit his
license." There is a clause providing
that in caso it is proved in Court that
any person wastes his property, injures his health, or endangers the
fieace of his family by excessive drink-
ng, tho Court may forbid the sale of
liquor to him for one year, and also a
provision by which the nenr relatives
or guardinns of persons under 21 years
of age, and thoso in charge of interdicted persons oe lunatics, can give
notico to license-holders not to sell to
Buch.      	
The "Thrasher" Case.
Before the Canadian Supreme Court
Ottawa, May 10.—A special session
of the Supreme Court was held to-day
to hear the argument in tho case respecting the status of tho Supreme
Court of British Columbia and the
power of the Legislature of that Province to legislate in respect of procedure in that Court and residence of
judges thereof, a difficulty having
arisen regarding tho jurisdiction of the
Dominion Parliament and the Provincial Legislatures. The whole subject
has been referred to the Supreme
Court for settlement. Mr. C. Robinson, Q. C, and Mr. T, Davie appeared
for the Dominion, and Mr. James
Bethune, Q. C, and Mr. B. E. Kings-
ford for the British Columbia Government, All the judges wero present.
Mr. Robinson, in opening, reviewed
the history of the case. The first question was whether the Supreme Court
ot British Columbia was a Provincial
Court within the meaning of section
92 of the British North America Act.
Though the'prevailing impression has
hitherto bean that tho Superior Courts
which existed in the various provinces
before the Confederation, and which
were continued in existence, are "Provincial Courts," and though legislation
has taken place upon that assumption,
yet Mr. Robinson contended that if
such legislation wns not warranted by
the British North America Act tho as-'
sumption of power on the part of the
Legislature, and acquiescence on the
part of tho Dominion Parliament, did
not mnke it valid. Tho judges of the
Supreme Court at tho time of the
union became tho officers df Canada,
removable only by the Dominion authorities. They are paid by Canada,
appointed, aud nre therefore beyond
the control of any Provincial power.
The questions involved in this matter
arose in connection with the "Thrasher" case. By the Botter Administration of Justice Act passed by the British Columbia Legislature in 1878 the
provisions of the County Courts were
repealed, nud judges of tho Supreme
Court were appointed County Court
judges. The judicial District Act,
passed in the following year, mode provision for the performance of duty thus
impused upon such judges, and divided
tho province into substantially the
same districts as it had been divided
into for County Court purposes, nnd
judges of the Supreme Court were assigned to particular districts, two being
ordered to reside on Vancouver Island
and three on the mainland. The
judges refused to obey this Act, and
raised the question of the right of the
Provincial Legislature to divide the
province into judicial districts. On
behalf of the Dominion, Mr. Robinson
argued that the Acts of the British
Coiumbin Legislature passed in 1878,
1870, and 1881 were all ultra vires thnt
Legislature, so far as they relate to
procedure in the Supreme Court of
that province. By setting apart particular districts for judges, Provincial
Legislatures virtually assumed the
power of appointing judges, which
power is vested only in Federal authority. Neither had the Provincial Legislature the power to cast upon tho
Supreme Court judges as au obligation
all duties of the County Court judges.
The complaint of the Provincial County
Court judges is that not only are they
asked to perform duties of the County
Court judges, but they would each
also hnve to perform all the duties of
tho Gold Commissioner, including thu
labor of collecting petty fees and holding Mining Courts. Against such alleged usurpation of power by tho Provincial Legislature, all the judges have
protested and refused to obey. It wns
further contended that the local Legislature had no power to abolish the
County Courts, thereby depriving
suitors of all right of appeal within tlie
provinccr. His Honor the Chief Justico remarked thnt the judges in British Columbia accepted the office with
full knowledge of the powers of the
Local Legislature with respect to the
regulation of thoir duties and procedure of tho Courts, Thoy took office
subordinate to tho laws of the land,
nnd must perform the duties properly
assigned them,  A oontumaeioui judgo
was liable to the same treatment as
any other official who undertook to
defy the law. Mr. Justice Strong observed that no doubt in the present
instance the judges might be entitled
to sympathy, but that does not say
that the Legislature has exceeded its
powers. Mr. Davie followed Mr. Robinson on the same side, Mr. Bethune,
for the province, replied, claiming that
the constitutional power was conferred
upon the provinces by the British
North America Act. He quoted a
number of authorities in support of
his contention that the Provincial Legislatures, were the proper bodies to
make the rules of Court procedure,
and to deprive them of that authority
would bo to strike at all the rules by
which tho Courts in all tho provinces
were now governed. At the conclusion
of the argument the Court reserved
judgment.
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■VTOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN.
ly that the City Taxes for 1882 are
now due and payable at the office of tha
City Clerk.
JAMES ORR, C. M. C.
New Wost., July 25, 1882.
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MMIOIFALITYofSUBBET
1TOTIOE.
THE ASSESSMENT ROLL OP THE
Municipality of Surrey, for the year
1883, is now open for inspection at tlie
ofiiee of the Assessor, Clover Valley. A
Court of Revision will be held at the
Town Hall on Friday, Jane 16th, at 1
o'clock p. m., to hear and determine all
appeals ugainst said assessment.
HENRY T. THRIFT, Assessor.
Surrey, May 14th, 1883.       [nrylflm
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We have good
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TO MANUFACTURERS and GRIST
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Intelligence Offlosr,
Clover Valley, Surrey, B, 0,    (■jrlf-t* THE AFFIRMATION BILL
Gladstone's Appeal to the Commons.
The following are the material portions of Mr. Gladstone's great speech
in support of the bill to enable members of the House of Commons to
qualify by affirming instead of taking
the oath:—
It may be that gentlemen opposite
have something to bias thom towards
a particular course, which brings them
political profit. I am ranking no noen-
iation. I only say it may be that they
hove something to bias them in that
direction. But what could we have to
bias us in the direction we have taken I
Do you suppose that we are ignoran
that in every contested election that
has happened Bince the case ot sir.
Bradlaugh came up you have gained
votes ond we have lost thom 1 You are
perfectly aware of it. We are not less
Jware of it. But is not some credit to
be given to us-we givim* you tbe
same under circumstances rather more
difficult—for presumptive
INTEGIUTVAND   PURITY
of motive? Sir, the Liberal party has
suffered and is suffering on this account. It is not the first time in its
history. It is the old Btory over again.
In every controversy that has arisen
about the extension of religious toleration, and about the abatement and removal of diBqualifications-in evory
controversy relating to religious toleration and religious disabilities, the
Liberal party has suflored before, and
is now Buffering again; and yot it has
not been the party which upon tho
whole has had during the last half century the smallest or the feeblest hold
upon the affections and the approval
of the people. Who suffered for the
Protestantism of their country! It
was that party, with valuable aid from
individuals, but only from individuals,
who forfeited their popularity on that
account-it was that party who fought
the battle of freedom in tho
GREAT ROMAN CATHOLIC CONTBOVER3Y,
when the name of Protestantism was
invoked with quite as great au effect—
and when the petitions poured in quite
as freely—as the name of Theism is
now. Protestantism stood the shock
of the Act of 1820. Thon came on
the battle of Christianity, and the
Christianity of tlie country was sacrificed by tho Liberal party; and there
are gentlemen on tho opposito sido of
the Houso who seem to have forgotten
all that—and rather plume themselves
on the admission of Jaws to Parliament, as if they had not resisted—(and
with perfect honesty I mako no charge
against their honor, and immite no
unworthy motivo)—as if they had not
resisted it with quite as much resolution as they are exhibiting on the present occasion. Sir, what I hope is this,
that tlio Liberal party will not bo deterred by fear or favor from walking
steadily onwards in the path which it
believes to bo the path of equity and
justice. Thero is no greater honor to
a man than to suffer for the sake of
what he thinks to be righteous; und
there is no greater honor to a party
than to suffer in the endeavor to givo.
effect to principles whicli they believe
to be just. The hon. member for
Launceston said ho wished that there
should bo some form of belief or other,
some recognition of belief, something
of what is called in the world of philosophical discussion a recognition of the
supernatural, I believe that is a phrase
whieh goes ns near to what hon. gentlemen opposite mean as any thing can.
That is the main contention of tho
party opposite, and what I want to
know is whether that proposition offers
us a good solid standing-ground for
legislation. When any test is applied,
the teat of the Constitution, the test
of civil aud political freedom, and,
above all, the test of religion aud the
reverence for religion, I do not hesitate to say that, confidently, as I support this Bill, thore is no one ground
on which I support it with so much
confidence as because of what I think
THE UTTER HOUOWNESS AND FALSITY
of the arguments expressed in the
words I have just cited and in the idea
at the bottom of these words and the
danger of making them the basis of
our constitutional action, Now, what
does this contention do ? In tho first
place it evidently violates civil freedom
to this extent—that whatever you hold,
in the words of Lord Lyndhurst, which
are as wide as anything any gentleman
on this side could desire, there is to bo
a total divorco between the question
of religious differences and tho question
of civil privilege and power; there was
to, be no test whatever applied to a
man with respect to the exercise of
civil functions except the test of civil
capacity and a fulfilment of civil con-
ditions. These were the words of Lord '
Lyndhurst, but it is now proposed to
depart from that, and to Bay tlint a
certain class, because it has no religion, is to be excepted, and alone to
be excepted, from the operation of
that great and broad principle. In my
opinion it is in tho highest degree irrational to lay down a broad principle
of that kind, and to stop short after
granting 09-lOOths of all it means, and
to make an invidious exclusion of nny
persons whom it may possibly affect.
Hen, gentlemen may perhaps be startled when I make my noxt objection to
the contention of the opponents of tho
bill, but it is this, that that contention
is highly
DISPARAOINO TO CHRISTIANITY.
Hon. gentlemen opposite invite us to
do that which as a Legislature wo
ought never to do, namely, to travel
over theological grounds; and now,
having taken us up on those grounds,
what is it they tell us ? They say tliis,
that you may go any length you please
in the denial of religion, provided only
you do .not reject the name of the
Deity. They tear religion into shreds,
ao to speak, and say tbat there is one
particular shred with which nothing
will ever induce them to part. They
divido religion into the dispensable
and indispensable, and place Christianity in the category of things that
maybe dispensed with. There is something, however, that cannot be dis-
Sensed with. Supposo a commander
Ol to despatch a small body of men
on an expedition on which it is necessary for thein to carry on their backs
all that they take with them; the men
part with everything that ib unnecessary, and take only thnt wliich is essential. That is the course thnt you
ask us to tako in drawing us on theological grounds; you require us to
distinguish between superfluities and
necessaries, and tell us that Christian.
■ ity bran excrescence, and hns nothing
to do with the vital substance, the
name of the Deity, whioh is indispensable* I lay that the adoption of such
a proposition as that, which is in
reality at the very root of your contention, is disparaging in the vory highest
degree to Christianity itself. I pnss
to another point- ana meet you moro
' f on your own ground.   My hen-
friend the member for Finsbury mnde i
a reference to Mr. O'Connell, whom
he knew personally, I will not say
that I had so .intimate a personal
knowledge of him ns my hon. friend,
but when I was a very young man,
about half a century ago, I heard a
speech from Mr. O'Connell, which,
though I wna thon bound by my party
allegiance to receive with distrust anything ho said, made a deep impression
on me. Mr. O'Connell used theso
words iu n speech ou the law of libel:
"When I see in this country the law
allowing mon to dispute the doctrino
of the Divinity of tho Redeemer, I
really think if I hnd no othor reason I
should bo justified in conceiving thnt
thore is nothing beyond thnt which
should be considered worth quarrelling
for, or wliich ought to be made a subject of penal restrictions." I am convinced that on every religious ground,
as well ns overy political ground, tho
true and
THE WISE COURSE
is uot to deal out religious liberty by
halves, qunrtors. and fractions, but to
deal it out entire, and mako no distinctions between man and man on tho
ground of religious diileroncos from
ono end of the land to the other. But
I go n littlo further in endeavoring to
probo this contention which has been
so woll put forward by hon. gentlemen
opposito, and I want to.know is your
religious distinction a real distinction
nt all? I will, for tho sake of argument, go with you on this dangerous
ground of splitting theology into slices,
and I will ask you wliere you will draw
the lino. You draw your Hue nt the
point whore tho abstract denial of God
is severed from the abstract admission
of the Deity. My proposition is that
your line thus drawn is worthless, and
that much on this side of tho line is ns
objectionable as tho atheism on the
othor. If you call upon us to make
distinctions, lot them at least be rational. I do not sny lot them bo
Christian distinctions, but let them be
rational. I can understand one rational distinction, that you would frame
the oath in such a way as to recognize
and indicato not only tho existence of
the Deity, but man's responsibility to [
tho Deity; but is that your present
rule] No; you know very well that
from ancient times there havu been
sects and classes that have admitted in
the abstract, as freely as Christians,
tho existence of tho Deity, but hnve
held thnt of practicnl relations botween
him and man there can bo nono. Tho
sects I have mentioned hold the ox-
istenco of tho Deity, both in modes
and in places whore He enn hnve no
concern with mankind. I do not hesitate to say that the specific evil, the
specific form of irreligion. with which
in the educated world of tho country
you have to contend, is uot blank
atheism. That iH a rare opinion very
seldom met with; but What is lre-
quently mot with ia that varying form
of opinion that would teach us that,
whatever may be beyond tho visible
things of this world, you can know
nothing of it, und that it is a bootless
undertaking to attempt to establish re
lntions with it.   That is
House of Parliament, and in this also.
But undoubtedly it is not good for any
of us to force this test so flavored, or
oven not so flavored, upon men who
cannot tnke it with a cordial acceptance. It is bad, it is demoralizing. A
seat in this House is to an ordinary
Englishman in early life the highest
priste of his ambition. If you place
botween him and that prize not only
tho necessity of conforming to certain
secular conditions, but the adoption of
certain religious words, and if these
words are uot justly measured to tho
conditions of his conscience and convictions, you give him an inducement
—nay, I do not go too far when I say
you offer him a bribe—to tamper with
thnt condition, to do violence to his
conscicnco iu order that he may not be
stigmatized liy being shutout from the
noblest privilege of Englishmen.
Therefore it is most important that the
House should consider the moral effect of this test which it allows to bo
applied to those who know that it is
purely n theistic test, nnd feel justified
in saying that it is not a satisfactory
process for impressing on the mind of
the individual, on his intellect, 01
heart a .sense of religion. I own, although I am now perhaps going to injure myself by bringing the name of
Mr. Bradlaugh into this controversy, I
am strongly of opinion that this Bradlaugh controversy should come to a
close.
THE PERORATION,
I have no fear of Theism iu this
House. Religion is tho expression of
tlio Divine mind, and however littlo
our fcoble vision maybe able to discern tho means by which God may
provide for its preservation, wo may
leave the matter iu his hands, und wo
may bo sure that u firm and courageous
application of every principle of justice
is tlie best way for tho preservation
and maintenance of religion. And I
must painfully record my opinion that
grave injury has beon done to religion
in many minds — not in instructed
minds, but in thoso which aro ill-instructed or partially instructed — in
couacquonco of things which ought
nover to have occurred. Great mischief has been done in many minds by
.. 'esistance offered to the man elected
by the constituency of Northampton,
which a portion of the peoplo boliovo
to be unjust. When they aee tho profession of religion und the interests of
religion ostensibly associated with what
thoy ate dooply convinced is injustice,
it leads to questions about religion it-
solf which commonly end iu impairing
those convictions and that belief the
loss of which I believe to bu tho most
inexpressible calamity which can fall
either upon a man or upon a nation.
Hair Dresser and Perfumer,
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C
BEGS TO NOTIFY THK RESIDENTS
of New WcHliitliisU'i* nml vli-inii v Hint
lie litis Imported dirool frum Loudon, Eng-
laml, n splendid iiju-orlmonWif
PERFUMES,
Lubln's Paris perfumes si oo per
E l'itiiuid's do  l 00 per bot
Rlnnui'l'.s London ilo, fiUc and    ""■ per Imi
''leaver's du, "*0i- und     7f» per hut.
Hovender'H do, 25c; 85fl mid     iV) por hot
Maria Farina's Eau Ue Cologne, small size     CO per bot
lloyl's Brill du Cologne-, huge.. 1 00 \wr Imi
1 loyl's Kan de Ciilogno.smnll    2"> per hoi
Murray A Luumiui'i- Florida
Wllter.     75 per hot
DALMAHOY-B CURIOUS ESSENCE,
The most, lasting porfumo known, SI oil.
J & K ATKINSON'S WHITE ROSE
PERFUME,
Tlio only gold medal highest award for
English perfumery,?! OOpcrholtle.
GLASS STOPPERED SMELLING
BOTTLES,
Filled With sails ready for use, 600,750 and
$100 por bottle,
tip will
THE MISCHIEF OF THK AGE,
and that mischief you do not attempt
to touch. What is more, you glory in
the state of the law thnt now prevails;
you wish to tolernto nll differences ot
religion, you wish to allow every one
to enter into your chamber who admits
the oxistenco of the Deity. You would
seek to admit Voltaire. Thnt
specimen of your toleration. Voltniro
wus not a taciturn foe of Christianity.
He was tho author of that painful
phrase which goes to tho heart of every
Christian—ecraser Vinfame. And that
is the state of the law from which
you aro working up the country to
strengthen in tho minds of the people
tho false notion that you have got a
real test, a real safeguard, that Christianity is still safe with certain unavoidable exceptions under a protecting
regis within the walls of this Chamber,
and for that you excite a great religious
war! I hold that this contention of
our opponents is disparaging t ■-religion,
it is idle, it is irrational. For if you
are to have a religious test at ull, a test
of theism, it ought to be n test of n
well ascertained theism, not a more
abstract idea dwelling in tbe air and
the clouds, but a practical recognition
of Divine government and power to
which we are to account for every
thought we conceive, for evory word
we utter. I fear I have detained tho
house too long. But after all that has
heen said, and nfter all the nccusntions
that hnvo been mnde, I thought it
right, at groat length and vory seriously, to show at all events that we do
not decline the battle and that wo nre
not going to allow it to bu said that
THE INTERESTS OF KBHOION
are to find defenders only on tho opposite sido of the House.   That sin-
core and conscientious  defenders of
the interests  of   religion aro to be
found thore, I do not question at this
moment; but I do contend with my
whole heart and soul that tho interests
of religion ns well us tho interests of
civil liberty aro concerned in the passing of this bill,   My reason for saying
that may be given in a fow words.   If
I were asked to put a construction upon this oath I should probably give it
a higher meaning than most gentle-:
men opposite.   It is my opinion tlint
the oath has in it a very lurge flavor of
Christianity,   I am woll awaro tlmt
the doctrine of my lion,   friend the
Attorney-General is, as I believe, that
thero aro other forms of positive attestation, according to other ceremonies
of religion, that may enable the oath
to bo taken, by tbe removal of the
words "So help me God" and the substitution   of   other   words, or some
othor symbolical act involving the notion of the Deity nnd responsibility to
the Deity.   But remember tho oath
does   not   consist  of   spoken words
alone.   Tho spoken words aro accompanied by u cerroborative net, which
is kissing tho Book, that, according to
the intention of the Legislature, ought
to import the acceptance of tho Divine
revelation.   There   huve  been other
forms in other countries.   I do not
know whether there is still in Scotlnud
the form of holding up the hand.   In
Spain, I believe, the form is thnt uf
kissing the cross; in Italy, that of laying hands upon the UnBpul,   lint m
this, according to tho original intention, there Ib something which involves
the acceptance of Christianity.    Vou
do not moan that the taw is, or can be
applied in this sense.   A Jaw of this
kind is like coin spick and spun now
from the mint, carrying with it thoso
edges and characteristics with which
we aro ull familiar.   But it wonts du-vn
in passing from hnnd to hum), and
though there is a residuum, yot the
distinguishing features disappear.    So
it is with the oath.   As to tile original
intention of tho oath, there is very
little difference of opinion,   But what
has it become ?   It has become
A THEISTIC TEST,
It does, ns I think, involve u reference to Christianity in the conscious-
ncu of lorai Rintlemon in the othor
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
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nny i in pari I Ies, refresh the skin und restore It tn lis presline freshnessinid bloom.
For the mouth, a few drops willi wntorucl
us an excel lent ilontlfrloo, preserving tho
gains and teelh.nml by Impart Ing a sweel
iin.l delirious odoi-lo lhe breath Is Inviil-
uahle to smokers. II Is also splendid for
removing pimples from Ihe fuee. • Price,
""«' per bottlo.
IMPORTED TOILET SOAPS.
Rose l'rl n In u I ere Soap— tfio niosl delicious perfume. More especially recommended lu Indies iind to molheis of families for the toilet of children. .Icnlies hi"
box, 60o por box, or sept by mall lo any
part of British Columbia, postage paid, fn
75o per box. One trial of this soli" I""
give satisfaction,
A very superior Glycol'!no Soap,
in a box, iVJo, Highly perfumed,
Hovenden's Loudon Soaps, JlenltOH lu a
box {Almond, H'.mey ami Windsor),'.1.'--;
and 115c per box.
Hovenden's   MHelium   Simp,   recoin-
ni"inlod not only for Its quality nnd Oclltc perfume, but nlso for Its refreshing
id cooling elt'eet upon the sit in,    ilcilkoft
Iii n box for 00c.   Sent by mnll, postage
pn 111, 75c,
Pear's Trunspnreul Toilet Soups, fl&o'por
-nice) son! by mnil,50o.
Pour's Transparent shaving Kiieks, In a
very ii lee box, :t"ii- per stick; sent by mull,
"Oc.   Over ino yeurs established ns the
leanest and best preparation forsbuvlng.
Hoelim-sTraiiRnareiit Soaps, n very lino
article, A'xi per cake; shaving slicks, iV, hi
a very nice box.
Hovenden's Emollient shaving soup,
Iii,'.'-; nml sio por oiike,
Wright's Coal Tur Snap (London), the
only coal tlir soap recommended hy the
entire medical faculty. For the nursery
mul the toilei this soup Is Inviilm.Mr. It
lias received the highest comiucndtillons
from the entire niedb-al pn if ess inn. II Is
unrivalled for shaving; is; per cake, ni-fiOe
for ,'t cukes.
Gllssndennos, n balsamic cream for
sluivlng without the use of soap or water.
Sold in collapsible tubes, oOe each J sent hy
mnll, (too,
GOVERNMENT  NOTIOTft.
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE,
3rd iMay, 18S3,
HIS HONOR the Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to place the
following gentlemen on the Commission
of tlio Ponce:—
James WAiiDLK'aiid Joseph Howes,
Esquires, of Hope, for tho Kleetoral District of Yale.
Henky Hbnck, of Big Bar. aiul John
Eikiah Moore, of Alkali Lake, Esquires,
for tlio Electoral Districts of Cariboo anil
Lillooet.
Henry Bird, Esquire, of   lflO-milo-
house, Cariboo Wagon Road,   for   tho
Electoral District of Cariboo.
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NOTICE.
A COURT OX'1 ASSIZE AND OP
Nisi Prius, and of Oyer and Terminer and of Oenoral Gaol Delivery, will
be held at each of thu undermentioned
places, and ut the times hereinafter
nnmodi—
At Yale, on Monday, 21st May, 1883.
At Kamloops, on Wednesday, 30th
May, 1883.
At Clinton, on Thursday, 7th June,
1883.
By Command,
JOHN   ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Oflico,
Victoria, B. C„ 19th April, 1883.
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GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.   I  GOVERNMENT- NOTICES
Education Branch of
Provincial Secretary's Department,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Annual Examination of Candidates for Certificates of qualification to
teach in the Public Schools of the Provinco will be held nt Victoria, in the
Legislative Hall, commencing on Tuesday, 5th July, nt 1 p. m.
o. c. Mckenzie,
inyl'.itd       Superintendent of Education.
Notice lo Claimants of land.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
7th May, 1883,
HIS HONOUR THE LIEUTEN-
ant-Governor has been pleased to
appoint Paulus ,-Emilius Irving,
Esquire, Barrister-at-Law, to be Deputy Attorney-General for the Province
to date from the ist instant, vice Eli
Harrison, jr., Esquire, resigned.
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WHITE  LABOR
Canadian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers  .§125 00  per mouth.
Rock Foremen... .S3 50 to §4 00 \t day
Earth Foremen... 2 50 to  3 50    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 50 to
Bridge Carpenters,
lst class  3 50
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  3 00
4 50
2 50 to
3 60
Stone Cutters
8 00 to
8 SO
Blacksmiths,
lst
3 50
Blacksmiths,
2ii.l
3 00
HAIR   OILS
AND  TOILET   PREPARATIONS.
otloof Roso pomiutc mndo in London.
Bay Hum Pomade made In Parts.
Ami oilier kinds of pommies.
WhUoRosoBrllllnntlno,
Lima Juice and Glycerine.
Hovenden's Hnlr Restorative, 70 conta
Ayor's Hnir Vigor, 31.
Burnett's Coconino, si; small size, ei%c
Unndoline fertile Hnlr,
Roso Hair Oil.
First-class assortment of Loudon hair oils,
A ({ond assortment ofCosnietlqucs,
Whito, Black mid Brown.
Glycerine Cold Cream, Bio per l>of,
Vnsollno Cumpbor lee, Soo per bot.
Cold (.'renin of Hoses, 25o per bot.
Gosnoll-8 Cborry Tooth Pnsto,B0e,
Hovenden's Oito of Roso Tooth Pnslo.35o.
Hovondon-s Tooth Powders. .
Violet Powder.
Violet Powder Boxes, 'lie ami 600 each.
3E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 > the undermentioned lands in Now
Westminster District have been surveyed
and a map of same can be seen at the
otlice of ,T. C. Hughes, Esn., Commissioner, New Westminster, ami at the Lands
nnd WorltB Offico, Victoria, where forms
of proof and declaration can be procured.
Lot,  Gil,    Si-inn.     Pro-urn Una No.     Ditt
■I7H I...S McDonald 653 Jim 'JI, '69
474 1...K Meilomil.l I'lirOO"! Au(l3,'Tl
476 1 ...J Delluitliu M8...'...Nov2fi, '08
The above mentioned parties, or any
other claimants to tho above described
lauds, must prove up their claims within
three months from (Into of this notico,
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands it Works.
Lands k 'Works Dopartmont,
Victoria, It. C„ 25th April, 1883.
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Notice to Claimants of I-nml,
KAMLOOPS   DIVISION   OF
DISTRICT.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
10th May, 1883.
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to make the
following appointments:-—
Andrew Charles Elliott, Esquire,
to be a Stipendiary Magistrate for the
Provinco of British Columbia.
Robert Wilson-, of McDaino Crock,
and Joskhi Clearihue, of Lakcton, Esquires, to be .Justices of the Pence for
tlie Electoral District of Cassiar.
Charles Augustus, Sbmlin, Esquire,
of Cache Creek, to be a Notary Public in
the Province ot British Columbia.
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Provincial Secretary's Office,
20th April, 1883,
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor luiB been plcnsod to place
the following gentlemen on tho Commission of tho Pence:—
William Lunwict Riske, and Thomas
MEi.imuM, of Chilcontiu, William Mor-
rlsos, of Luke La Hachc, and William
Laino- Meason, of Little Dog Creek,
Esquircu, for tlio Electoral Districts of
Cariboo and Lillooet.
John F. Smith, Esquire, of Clinton,
for the Electoral Districts of Cariboo,
Lillooet and Yale.
John Pimbury and Joel Broadwell,
of Salt Spring Island, and Ernest Skin-
nek, of Maple Bay, Esquires, for the
Electoral District of Cowiehnn.
Thomas Pearson Reed, Esquire, of
Soda Creek, for the Province,    [my2-lm
isroTiOE.
A COURT OF ASSIZE, AND OF
Nisi Prius, and of Oyer and Terminer, and of General Gaol Delivery,
will be held at LYTTON, on Monday
•8th June, 1883.   By command.
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B. G, May 4th, 1883.
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THE    PURE-BRED
CLYDESDALE STALLION
"GLENGARRY."
FIRST PRIZE AT OREGON STATE
and District Fairs. Dam and Sire
imported from Scotland. Bright dapple
bay; 17 bands; weight, 1800 lbs. Will
make the season, lst May to 1st August,
at Gonzale's Farm, near Victoria.
TERMS: $25, due lst Aug. Insurance $35, due when, mare in foal; pasture,
$1 per week. Half steamboat fares allowed to mares from a distance. Every
precaution taken to avoid accideuts, but
at risk of owners of marcs,
J. D. PEMBERTON,
mhSlte P.O.Victoria, Box 24U,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undermentioned lots iu ICum-
loojm Division of Vale District, have
been surveyed, and a map of same can
be seen nt the otlice of G. C. Tunstall,
Esq., Commissioner, Kamloops, and nt
tlio Lauds and Works Oflico, Victoria,
where forms of proof and declaration can
be obtained,
Lul. Mr'). Nnm'o,  l-rv-fin-itiun ltcc,No,   Dato.
410,   1, A. K. Howse,       1,070,      Deo, 3.1B7T
441,   1, nun-lid Wulkur,   1.04K,      Muy 4, "
443,   I, A.McDonnell,      1,031!,      Oct.lB.lflifl
443,   1, F.Urlffln, 1,071,      D#c. 28,1877
The above or any other claimants to
the above mentioned lots must prove up
their title to same within three mouths
from date of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of LandB k Works.
Lands k Works Departmont,
Victoria, 11. C April 10th, 1883.
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PUBLIC  NOTICE.
NOTICE  IS HEREBY GIVEN
that an Order of the Honourable
Executive Council, approved on the
30th August, 1870,   which reserved
certain lands in the vicinity of Port
Simpson from pre-emption, has been
rescinded by an Order   in Council,
approved the 30th March, 1883.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner L. & W.
Lands and Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, May 8th, 1883.
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[L.S.]
CLEMENT F. CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
PUBLIO_NOTICE.
HIS HONOR the Lieutontmt-Gov
ernor has been pleased to direct
that Chap. X., Section 7, of tho "Regulations for the Examination of Public
Softool Teachers," (approved Oth January, 1883,) be amended, by adding thore
to, at the cud of the said suction, the
following words, viz,:—"or ho must be a
'-Graduate of sonic British University,
" who has proceeded regularly to his de-
"grec, and must satisfy tho Examiners
"of his knowledge of the art of teaching,
" nnd school discipline and munngement."
By Conunnnd.
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B. C„ Isl May, 1S83,
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NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain
nnd Ireland, Queen*, Defender
of the Faith, ke., kc, ke.
To Our faithful the Members elected to
servo in the Legislative Assembly of
Our said Province, and to all
whom it may concern,—
Grhbting,
A PROCLAMATION.
Alex, E. B. Davih, VTXTHEREAS,
Attorney-General. | VV We havo
thought lit, by and with tho advice of Our
Executive Council of Our said Province
of British Columbia, to prorogue the Legislative Assembly of Our said Province
until tho Twelfth day of July, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-three.
Now know yo that We do, for that
end, publish this Our Royal Proclamation, and do hereby prorogue the Legislative Assembly accordingly, until the
TWELFTH DAY OF JULY, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-three;
hereby convoking, and by those presents
enjoining you, nnd each of you, tbat on
Thursday, the Twelfth day of July next,
you meet Us in Our said Legislature or
Parliament of the said Provinco, at Our
City of Victoria, and therein do as may
seem necessary.   Herein fail not.
In Testimony Whereof, Wc have
caused these Our Letters to be made
Patent, and tbe Great Seal of British
Columbia to be hereunto affixed: Witness, tho Honourable CLEMENT F.
CORNWALL, Lieutenant-Governor of
Our said Province of British Columbia,
in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this Twelfth day of May, in the
year of Our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and eighty-three, and in the
forty-sixth year of Our Reign.
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
my23-td] Provincial Secretary.
THE GREAT MLISII IIEllll
Isiiiiuvfr-fnilliii*
Cure for Nurv-
oiis Debility.Kx-
Iin 11 at ed Vitnliiy
of a ny k i 11 d,
Weakness, p-ir-
alysis, I'r-.-itii-
lorriioen,iiiiii nl]
the terrible <■(-
mmmimwmm__wmwi^ h'tls of'-t-otittiful
follies,and excesses In maturer yunj-a,'
DK. MINTIK will   agree to   forfeit
Fivo Hundrod Dollnrs for a cim- oi
this kind tlio Vital Rl'Htorilttr-t- (iiiioVr
his special advice nod trcntment)will not
cur", or for nny thug impure or Injurious
fount .11 it. UK. MINTIK trenis all Disease*- niccesBfully without mercu'ry,
ConsuHlllloil frCO. Thorough 1-inini-
nation nnd ndvlt-e, $5*00. Pilue or Vltnl
Restorative, $3'0fl a bottle, or four
times rtie quantity, $10-00- sent to any
address upon rei'oipt of price, or 0 0. DM
secure froin oti-jerviilioii, nnd in prlvnte
nutnr   if  desired,  by   A.   E. MINTIK,
M. 1).
Those win. ciuiiuit visit DR. MINTIK
in San PrniioUeo should send » full ami
minute sUieiaent ol their irouble-s with
$25-00, nml in return a full course of
Medicine will be forwarded, securely
packed, so ns uot to excitt curiosity.
All orders for mt-dieir,e (]. 0. D, must
bo iKTiimpmiii'd with Si.00 (ns n irunr-
ante.' of good fniib), wliich will be deducted when the puck nut- \s shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FRKK.—Sent on
application by letter stating symptoms,
sex nud ngo. Communications strictly
confidential. jnyffl-Iy
11 Kcmrnry sin-el, Sim Fm noise*-, t'nl.
Blacksmith  Helpers   1 50 to   2 00     '
Drillers ,. 2 00 to  2 26    '
Laborers   1 76 to   2 00     '
Hewers, lst class   3 60
Choppers, lst class 2 00 to   2 60
Scorers, lst class    2 50
All outside labor 10 hours per day,
All Carpenters to furnish thoir own
Chost Tools,
All Kmploycos to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Hoarding Houses will bo convenient
nlong the Lino.   Bonrd—$4 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employ*
ccs to board in the Company's Houses,
AVagcs will be pnid monthly, on tho
10th of each month.
A.   ONDERDONK,
Cknkk.u, Man a o Kit.
Offiok op the Contractors,
Canadian Paoikkj Railway,
Yale, March 1,188,1.
NOTJCE.
Dissolution of Partnership,
rnilK PARTNERSHIP HERETO-
J. foro existing between ThomahLktt
STAKtSOHMIDT nnd HoiiHRT WARD, trading tinder the firm num.- of .Sr.ui i.^cum i ut
k WAiin, nt Victoria, B. C, us Commission Merchants, Shipping and Insurance
Agents, lias been dissolved by mntiia
consent, ns from 31st December, 1882.
Mb, Roiikht WaKD has assumed the
Liabilities and Assets of the late firm
and will continue the said business at
Victoria for bis sole account undor the
firm name of Rhiu-iet Wauu k Co.
No, 4 Commercial Row, Wharf Street,
Victoria, B.C., 15th March, 188X
(mli21)
BIRTTSIIIEIS-
A splendid m-Koriment of Tooth Brushes
made in London to ordor, 26onud85ooacb,
A largo assortment of Hnlr Brushes from
BOo'ogfonuh.
Dr. Scott's Kiel-trie Hnlr Brush, .sent by
mail, post paid, for $1.
A good assortment of Null Brushes, 25o
nml GOe eucli.
Hnlr cutting Combs and dressing CombB
25c and COo oiioli.
SlmvliiK Brushes, tHe, 85c, 500 nnd 75o
ench.
Notice to Olnlniaiits or Land.
CARIBOO DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Sections 40, 41, 42, 48, 44, and 45,
Croup 1, Cariboo District, have been
surveyed, and a map of same eau bo seen
at the ollice of J.llowron, Esq,, Commissioner, Darker villi-, and nt tho Lands
and Works Ollice, Victorin, whore forms
of application and declaration can be obtained.
Claimants to any portion of tbe above
Sections must prove up thoir claims to
same within three months from date of
this notico.
WM, SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands &\VorkB.
Lauds k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, April !0th, lgftf,   '
(npl8h.3fd)
YALE DIVISION  OF   YALE
TRICT.
DIS-
EAZOES.
A first-class assortment of Bu/ors, im
ported direct from Shelliold. I will send
any person a good Harbor's Concave Rn-
zor by mail at 81,50 each. I hnve sold
the same kind of Razor nt$2.50, but
having imported a largo stock direct
from thu manufacturer, enables nm to
soil choap for cash, wherens, before I
imported from San Francisco, nud I
could not sell thom for less thnn &.50
each. I hnvo n lnrge stoek of Razors
from SI to 84 each.
l'ockct Knives from 18&0 to §2 each.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Lot 40, Oroup 1, Yalo Division of
Vale District, has been surveyed for Mr,
L. A, Agassiz, ns tho laud which he
claims under Pre-emption Record No.
282, dated February Oth, 1878. A map
of same cau- bo seen at the Lands k
Works Ollice, Victorin, und ut the otlice
of E, Dowdney, Esq., Commissioner,
Ynle, where forms of Proof and Declaration cau be obtained.
Tho above or any other claimants to
this laud must prove up their claims as
provided in Section 15 of the Laud Aot,
1875, within three months from the date
of this notico.
WM, SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Ijuids k Works,
Lands k Works Department,
Victorin, B, C„ March 12th, 1888,
(iuh2IJff»)
ROYAL COLUMBIAN
HOSPITAL
NEW WESTMINSTER.
DIRECTORS FOR 1889-84.
\V. N. Doi.k, l'rraltait.
,1. W. Hauvky, Vlee-I'reHldont.
W. H. KKAlir, 8co.-TrollB.
G. R Corbould,        Jas. Cunningham,
II, Elliott, C. H. MoNuUgllton,
ANNUAL REPORT
FIFES.
A splendid nssortuiout of Meerschaum
l'ipcs, Q 11 D Ib-jaiwood I'ipcs, Amber
Ivory nml Horn Mouthpieces,
A good assortment of Collar Studs nud
Cuir Buttons.
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i\ Lot 472, Group I., Now Westminstor District, bus been surveyed for tl. E,
Corbould, Esip, as the laud claimed by
htm undor I're-cmption Record No. 1,201,
dntcd February 18th, 1883, being a transfer of Mr. Mnckie's Pre-emption Claim,
No. J(2lll, dated .fane I'.Ith, 1874.
A map of thu nbovc Lot can bo scon at
the Lands nnd Works Oflico, Victoria,
and at the Oflico of J. C. Hughes, Es-
quire, Commissioner, Now Westminster,
where blank forms of application and
declaration, can bo obtained,
'hu above or any other claimant to
the above laud must prove up on the
same, in accordance with thu provisions
of the "Lund Act, 1875," within three
months from the date of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lauds k Works,
Lnmls A: Works Department,
Vietorin, B.C., April 3rd, 1883.
(apt ltd)
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT.
Mny 30,1878
Aiil .28,1877
Kill 27,1877
Mny 10,1870
NOTIOB.
■vrOTlCR IS HEREBY GIVEN tlint
i\ I intend to mako application to
the Chief Commissioner of Lauds and
Works for permission to purchase 240
uct-oM of meadow land, known on Duck's
Luke, situate nbout nine miles south of
my residence, South Thompson.
Mi-ginning nt Stake A, and proceeding
thence 1320 yards to Stake Bi thonco to
Stnko C, 880 yards; Iheriflp 1320 yards to
Stako Dj thenee 880 yards to starting
point.
JACOB DUCK
South Thompson,
The very host I (uth Sponges, small
Turkey Sponges, nnd hath spuugo baskets.
Kims' Fruit Salts, $1.00 per bottle.
Orders for tho abovo goods solicited,
and forwarded by mail or express.
 JP O R	
SHAVIlsTG
Hair Cutting, Shain|ioolug, etc.,
—CALL AT—
George lead's
SALOON.
March 17th. 1883.
He has now three chairs running, and
flrst-elaqs workmen. The latest patoi-t
harbor's chairs. I'lense note tha ad
dress, oue door below the Colonial Hotol,
NOTICE TOJTAXPAYERS.
Assessment Act nnd Provincial
KcvctiucTAX.
NEW    WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT.
■VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN, in
;\ accorduneo with tlie Statutes, that
Provincial Revenue Tax nnd all Taxes
levied under the Assessment Acts are
now duo for tbo year 1883, ami payable
at my ofiiee, Assessed Taxes, if paid on
or before the 30th .1 une, 1883, aro collectible at the following rates, viz,:—
;\ of I per cent, ou Real Property.
ft cents per acre ou Wild I^lul,
One-fourth of I por cent, on Personal
Property.
I of 1 iter cont. ou Income,
If paid after Juno HOtli, 1883: -
4 of t per cent, on Ileal Property.
II cents por acre ou Wild band.
J ot I per cont. on Personnl Property.
-,' of 1 por cont. ou Income.
J. C. HUOHES,
Assessor nml Collector.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
tho undermentioned lots in
Group Two, New Westminster District,
havo lieen- surveyed, and a map of same
can he seen at tho ollice of J. C. Hughes,
Esq., Commissioner, Now Westminster,
ami at thu Lnnds-t'Works Department,
Victoria.
Lot, Orp. rro-emptlon He
431,  si, J.usrkor, 107&,
VA-2,   •!, 3. Miu-rn, 1&!",
4114.   2, .l.CI-ummm. 14011,
4:«i.   •!, I). Oruyult, 1447,
The above or any other clmmantsto
tbo above lots must pi-ova up their
claims, hi accordance with the provisions
of Sec. 15 of the Und Act, 1875," within three months from the date of this
notice,
Forms of proof and declaration cau bo
obtained at the Lands nud Works Oflico,
Victoria, nud at tho Commissioner's
Oflico, Now Westminstor,
WM. SMITHE,
Cliief Commissioner of Lauds k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., Pith March, 1883.
(iuU3jjoO)__	
Tho Directors of tlio Royal Columbian
Hospital have to report tliat diii'lm* tlu>
youra 1B82-83 there has heen a lnrge In-
ereiise over previous yeurs of patients nd-
milled to the institution. Tills, with the
delapitlated state nf the building, lieeessl-
tutod nu Increased expenditure. You wHI
notice in the Treasurer's report that over
9fm hns beeu expended ou repairs, over
-iim ou furniture, and f-Ji2.j;iou elotlilng,
nuiking a lotnl of about £700, which Imd to
be deducted from over reeeipts, wlilcli can
not>UQ counted in tlio iietunl expenses of
the Institution. A lurge iiumbcrof patient-- have been admitted, sent from the
Hull way works about Yale, and no contributions have been received from the Dominion Governmmit or tlie railway contractors towards the support of this largo
und Increasing class of patients,
In roni-luslon, we have to reiterate tbe
complaint so frequently made by onr of-
Jlclal predecessors us to tho necessity of
fslnlilishlni* u "Home for Incurnbto's,--nml
renovating ff not entirely rei-onstrnellng
the Hospital building. The necessity of
nu increased grant Is a self-evident proposition, If tlie Hospllnl Is to take Us proper
pliiec among I he eharltuble Institutions of
British Columbia.
Annexed are the Treasurer's nnd Hnr-
geon's report*-.
SURGEON'S REPORT.
Nkw Wkstmiwstkii, Apr. 12, im.
To the Hotted of Management of the Uot/al
Columbian Hospital .•-Oksti.kmkk; I Imve
the honor to submit lhe following statement of eases In (he ltoyal Columbian
Hospital during lhe year 18$!:
Number of patients under treatment In
tlie hospital during the yenr, 101; number
of outdoor patients, 15,1.   Totul,'iul.
Number of di-uths during the year, 11.
Ouuso of death: I'nralysls, 2; lienrtdis-
(tlSe. 4; diabetes, 1; deblllly, 1; gangrene, 1,
fraeturcspine, 1; exliausllon, ellects of seven) bum, 1,
I would recommend that tlie building be
thoroughly whitewashed. Also, that a
nurse be appointed to assist tlie Huperln-
teiideul lu his duties, wliich nre dally becoming morn nrduous.
I hnvo tlio hquqr tit bo, gentlemen, your
obedient servant,
J. A. RIVKWKIUIIT, M, D.
nD   IICDIO  *Q0 Gem street,
UK. UlDiU, SanFrunclsco,Cnl
COXTINUKS TO TUKAT llic-
ci-nsfiillj- by H.,mi-.>-*-itli.v
Q" ovory form of Bpecial or Chronic
lHm-iiHa without Mui-ciiry or Nmi-
Ul M-i-iu- Drug*. Dlt, f.lKUIG'ii
(X INVlUOHATOlt IS ntiiMlllvo Still
Oi-u'-miuumt   emu   fur   Si-mlmil
\V, .'.   .- ...  V. II..IH lt|„I |-|,,.',,1
IT Debility,  Lust   Mi.iiti--.i-I,  Vltnl
(f) Kxtm'-fttluii, mul nil tliu tcrrlljlc
) i.i resuUiioffttiuacil mituro,exeww-
Lq- oh nml   y.-mlifiil  fi'lli'it-.    Tlio
■t**-u Doctor will iigrco in writing to
lorfolt 81,000 fur ii cum) tlmt
hu uii-li-rtiikuM iiml fulln tu euro.
Tliu ri'i..* ni   Uiiiiinuiil. nm not
.gel I'uri-il nf Scmiiml Wciikiu-Hei
uml tliu iil'iivu tl i !■-■■■ nus I* owing
to ii i-oiu* ill cut Ion oiiiicil I'l'-mtn.
torriiou, whicli rcmiiri-n u i-in-i-inl
rotnuOy.   Dlt.   I.I MHO'S   IN-
'O VH10UATO11,   No. 2. in nBl>(*.
Q cilit-   Ciiru   fur    I'riiHtatnn-licii.
3J I'rlco of I'ltlior  liivipiinitur, $2
Q por bottlo, or U bottlcri fill. Stmt
mP to any fi-tilri'K-' m-curoly coTorwl
_ ft-oiiiolwui'Viitiiia. SuniliuilWuiik-
mm ii--kn mul I-ro-itntorrliun -Iniiii vl-
-*£{ tulity from tliu boily uml cniisu
■re; iiiimorourt dl-n-imua   tlml   Onfflo
mm orillunry mcilicnl truiitmuut.   If
ullowijil to continue,tin* untiutii-
nil Iiimh npi'iit-i tlm vltnl nrj-uri--,
wlildi i--mii'*ili'utn'**liiBill-!i-Hri,'-i,
 _p     i, Dinlii'ti-a, llrlglit'n DIhi'iho, Jnnil-
illrf-.Iiit-iiiiity.eti:. KxcoMoa, Non-iisu, AIuihu, |iii
lierlli'inVi'iikiii'iK. Mnlnutrkioii, »|'lii.'l.iiiil Culo,
bml Cmii|>.iiiiit* tirlu-* on llm nliovu fntnl -lim-imca.
DHillity nii-1 Fr-iuliiid Wi-nkm-n** obstruct tliu im-
■Hirtiiiit uml necossnry acts or ilfu uml thulr unjoy*
iiioiitd, Cures tluiiiiiiiicu. IHhwik-h o\ tlm Ooiil-
to-Uriniiry Org-uiB, Kidney, Livor unit llliulilurn
rmi-clulty. Tliu iiiiiny coiii'iluints uml lilicmtus of
wi'iii'in njn'oillly t-iu-i-il' ninmil till Urn ut offico or liy
letter, five nm' contlileiitlul. lIt'H]iiiiirilliln |mrtii-n
cun nrniuiji' -myiiiuitw in die munu umntiur un tiu-y
would uni-ilny tlu'ir family -itiyntclnii, Strictest
tu-i'i'-'--}' miilntiiini'tl.
ONE   BOTTLE    VHRE.
Itegulnr &Ied llottlo of either liivignmttn- **eni
Frcu to fliuw llm wmiderfn!  iirotiL-rticn nf  llm
Orcut-'r-l Invigiiri.tur Known to Miumiii Sfii-iiti-Hn.
Statu nyiii]itoiii*, ago, if marriuil, kc.
Call -iriuMri-ii* Dlt. MMIKl k CO.. No. -100
deary Street, corner Mhuou, !jnu Friuichcu, Qi\\.
Prlvnte outriiucu, 405 Muaoii Street.
'lUALimil ANII ItlSl'llSSIIII.E.—Dlt, LIKlUli 4
CO. UrgiitiiW'il hi coui'itlnuco willi California lnw.
Diploma -iruL-uiTil Liy regular collego tiliiciitluii.
IT yeurii apeclul -irui'lleo, uml duly Hceimed in accordance willi Ciitlliu nin Medical Law.        dc2
EARS
FOR THE
MILLION I
TREASURER'S REPORT.
HKOEl!*ra
Balance on imuil Rial Mai-eli. 18*! ...$ .107 05
drum from Uov't foe 12niuntliHi'iiil-
HWIIkI "Inri'li, IWH JJ*0 Ml
----'  ' --  120 00
SIM
   IFJM
DiiniitioiiK from K|ilet o[ml Ctiureli..    27 00
lllllnr.ee allll owing  11172 11
Herelviil from imyliiL' imllettte	
Heeelveil from eulieirll'ltolie....
IfcmutimiK from It. O. Chlireh.-.
Joo, 8th, 188,1,
fel'til
apllmi Now Woit-ninatn', B, 0.
[ap!-*,
NOTICE.
A 1,1. PfiBSONS WHO HAVE ANY
tliiiiim nunhmt tlio Firm of ADAIK
k COMPANY, Kiah Canners, Frasor
Kivi-r, urn raqueHtc-l to forward tho unto
at onoe to thulr Sulloitorn,
MttMfiS- DAVIE k POOLEY,
.Ungloy Ntmit, Victoria.
Ditotl 3rd Much, 1883. mh7
Notice to Claimants of Uml.
COAST WSTKICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tliat
tho undermentioned landa hi Coast
District havo boen surveyed, and maps
of samo can be seen nt tho Lands nnd
Works Department, Victoria, whero
P'orins of Proof and Declaration can bo
obtained,
I/it. ltaii|*u. Halo,
1       'i     J.OIr-jrtoii, A]*|-llcntloi)
tiiimrcli-uiu 8e-.it. 14, \SW2
HUT, Shotbolt, l'i-t-.'iiii-i-
t|oji ltcc, 1,6011 Jmio   0,   M
4     3    W. n, Miliary, m   '
uni|ill'>ultec.,l,ft&t..Aim.29,lr-81
b       3     T.M.otl-ult,A|'|-llcntiiiii
to'-urt-liiuK- *i..8e|it. S, W'i
ft       3     1. Cnrtlien, I'rt'.eiii--.
Hon Iti-c,, l.r.it'i Ann.  <'>,  "
I fi    J. n. ffimtn, A*-iiii.
en tlmt to *iurt'liii-ie.,.JiiUH 17, "
■2       tt      It. K. riotif.Jmiu, I'm.
i-nii.llt-ii Hue., l,66u,Duu.    6.1881
3 ti     J, I), warren. (In--«lii|i*
llmilti-e., lf.M) Oct.  18,   '•
4 fi      ,1. D.Wnrrun, A|t|dleH.
Unil   lo |)liielin«e 8e|,l. U.IKN-J
6       6      Ii. i:. Ctunxdulllu, A|i-
■iik-atimi to purolnue.tltiiiu ST, "
II b     ,l,\Vllnmi, l'ri-.eiii|itlmi
IW.,  l.aiB M*ir.-J4,isr,l
Tliu above nr any other olnlniaiits to
tliu nbovu lutft, iniiHt provo up their
oluituH in noeoritiuieo with tbu iirovisloiiB
of tbo "Land Aot, 1875," within tbi-oo
months of tho date of this uotioe,
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lni)<b k Works.
Lands k Works Dopartmont,
Viotoria, 11. C„ March 120th, 1683.
(mhSStd)
Total..
...mn i
t-XI-l-NIIIITUK-J.
Milk * ^CHi H2
WcmhI  805 7o
(ll-oi-rrlrK  7it4 'J"
DniRt  4H174
Meal  704 71
ltoiNiln  M2 tt
Moillniliitli-llililliii-  r-01 IL'»
Hti-wnnl  ONI on
cook  an in
WunIiIiik nnilKrruliltliijt    151 75
Medfonl comfort*  211 r-0
Vi'j-dtiitiii---, inchidiiitf potatoos  Ul H8
Kiim-i--h.  ill iki
Bread :.  iW '£i
Kiirnlliln-  UM1 .",!■
1,1-rhls, t-onl oil, etc*  tn 117
ClothliiH  ttt 43
l'rlniliiK nml iiilvrrttsliitc  BH I'i
Insunitici-ttn liilllJIlitt ;,., I-i 00
Hiimip-1 aiul Hiuiioni'iy ....,.'.... ss 77
Mhimilnit|lii--iirul>U->--.  80 00
AmlllliiK* >»" yt'iifi  20 00
Kxfrn niitht niirKC  ;» 00
i-'lHli     22 i'i
ivuit     r. oo
Hunilrli'-i     81 00
Total ...$0017 2S
Exniniunl nnd found cnrrool,
,1AB, W. HAUVKY, Auditor.
WM. H, KRA^Y, TroBfluror.
Foo Choo's   Balsam of
Shark's Oil
Poaitivoly Restoros tho Hearing, and
ii tbo Only Absoluto Cure f«y
Deafness Known,
Tlii* Oil l« uluilrncied fi'-im luTiilliir h|h*mi-i* ..(
Miu-tll White Sliatfk, unuitlil tu iln« Yellow
Sun, known nn CAhcii.iuuDos Kosneietil. Krorjr
Ckiiiufiu fliliermnn knows It. Un virtue iin ii
roHtonitlv-* at lienvinj' wan diHct'vered by a lludil-
lilut Priest ailout tlie year 1410. Im ctiren were ho
nnmeroiiH nnd man}* no necntlucly mlru-
culouii thnt tliu remedy wiih oMIeiiiUy *.iro*
claiini'd over tlie untlru Kui[ilrci Iti uhu lieciimu
no uiilvprni-l tout fur over 300 year* no
Deafuess hits eslittail amoitR the Ohl>
itfHt* iicoplf. Sent, elnu-|;i'i- *ire)iiild, tn miv
ndilre-m at $1.00 iierl-uttlc.
Hear Wlmt the Oeiif s»y,
It linn parronu-Hl n iiilraclo In my cmi,
I lmvo lio inieiirtlily ii ilfu'* in my iit-inl mul liuiir
much better.
I lmvo lienii -jrently lieni-Hltnl.
My ilf-iifiie-i-i Iii-I*iu(I it great ile-il—tlilnk nuntlior
Iwttle will cum mo.
"Its vlrlnt'-iiiri-I'smn-HiiiiSAiiiKttnil IU tun*-
T1VB IHlHiAtTEIl AllKtlLLTi:, AU THK WIUTKll VAN I'KH.
HOSAUY   TKSTirV,   BoTII   rlldM KXPCRIKSCC AMI) OD-
hkhvatiiim. Write nt once to Havlooi k Jinsbt,
7 liny street, New York, eiicloiilug tl .00, mid yon
will receive liy return n remedy Unit will etmlile
you to liear liku imyltmly else, mid wlmno eurutlve
etTectH will lie ]ieriHiuiuiit. You will never iV|*ret
ll--ill|*»u."— KlUTOD (if MeRCANTlLKllKVllW,
i"i>*Tii avoid lou III   tlm' tliiltx,   [ileiiM* m>||i|
motiey hy Ilvglitcrcd 1-fttrr-
Only titi|ioi-t«tl liy
HAYI.O«-K * JENNBV,
7Dey8t„N, Y.
tio4yi
Sole Agcnti for America*
DR. SPINNEY & C0.'S
DIS1»EMSAKY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DnJ
WPlNNBYf well known na
Me-licnl lusll.
NOTICE.
N0T1CK IS HKEKBy (liyENTHAT
the AuHcaimieiit Roll of tho Muni-
.eljiality of Itlolimoml is now open for in-
Hiicetion ut thu boimo of Hoyil k Kilgour,
North. Arm.
All pci-Hoim tleeiuiiig themaolvea  im-
firoporly awosscd nlmll, within one month
rom tlili (Into, notify the Clerk of their
grounds of complaint.
BAM. MILLEU, C. M. C.
Richmond. Uth May, 1388,       lm
is i'i it:
tier of tUi Montreal, (C. lUMe-litiil III!
and I-il- t'roiirletpr nV the WINNKY V^L
ItMAUY.'woulil   nuwt renprctfully info
woulit   moit reB[iee|fnlly  lut'orpi
mil tlie imktixl -'eiiernlly, tlmt  111
caii-f with un-iamlleled Riiccmui.
LADIES AND OBNTLBMBN.
It«meniber llial priwrmtiiintioil In tlm thief of
I lino io
OOMBAND BE HEALED.
It mntteri not wlmt your trnuldu-i may lie, Linn"
nnd let the hoctur oxamlue yotirciifiu It will '
coil yuu nothing fr.r nm-mltutloii, no iileimu cull
nml statli-fy y'-tiriuIvi-M whotlu-r llio llortor under.
Htninlri yuur cine, It lm cnu elite ynu he Mill tell
you nm If nut, lm will loll yuu Unit, for Im will
not undertake u i-n-i: iinleKM lie i»t'uii|l'li-i|I <lf ofi
reeling n e<\\v,
PnrltuM nt ii illHliiiiee u-Uhl|ig t|-r,nl|iiui-t, \>x
Kuiidlng i'i!< and n minute dimVrl*ilhi|i of their
tioiililtH will rivelvu'lii 'r'e|iiru a full eourmi ol
trontnieiit Hw-nrely |mekuil mu nn not tnexelto m-
riiwtty,
Dlt. HPINMSV will guarniilee to forfeit fiva
Iluiulreil linllarn lur ovory enrm of uny kind or
ctinraoter which he tiinlcrti-liin nud fxlli to cur*.     ,
V. 8,--Fur dlw'iMie-1 uf ihnrt itnudlng, n full
courm- vf medlcluui, niiltielent for rt cure, with
all Initruction*, will lie ie»t tu nny addreM un |
receliituf$10,
Cull or Addre.il
Dr. ■PlNlfBV ti CO.,
9 88-ly      N«. U KMrnajr.it, .Bin riuiliclwo.Cll.

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