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i THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
-—IB rUllMWl'lli—
. Every M'ediicsday & Saturday.
\' Bi«f-
i   ROBSON BROTHERS.
f. OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Enthance to if
•. Tom.i anii Business Depmtment throuoh T. B.
;     Pearson & Co's. Book & Otationesv Store.
'.' TE«JI»..nyMnll, Meyeen $1 Bl) fnrO'rnm.I
i      tl for a mo*, t pnyslil. In Advance,   llellvon'rl
liy (It 'lornr Anent, AX por quarter, naynWe
I        quarterly tn Currier nf .tReut.
XJL t       AGENTS!
, T. H. HlBBEN A CO. VlOTOSIA.
Wm. HaMiIok Tail
LP. FISHER Ailterllel.K tpent, SI M rrlient'.
irhetize, .°en riiiHwni, I. niitliurlKcil lo receive
Anverlle«meiit, f,ir till. |eiper.
flu' -British Columbian.
fl      Wednrwlny Morning, April 1
To Ddwiilnu street!
In   roiifodtraLing  witli   Canada,
I  Colittrtbia thought there would nt
I longer 1« Oceanian to goto Downing
Strut.     Til'.il  of' Colonial  Ollice
1 juities, ao-cali.fl, she' tutlhetl to Ot-
t.w«., Cplural,i».i*I<« Hglit,:.. Tha
moment she became a Frovince of
*  tha Dominion-, .it ,wa« to dtt*,wa,.not
I London, alia had a right to look for
tl justice—for  the  ratlrest of  griev-
anees, it she had nny.    in 1871 alio
had a grievance.     At least, her politicians persuaded her that she httd.
She was induced to sailbily reject
all overtures from Ottawa and pros-
' trate   herself  at the foot of  the
throne.      Aud  what did  she get
it there t'    The   famous   "C'nrharvou
i Terms."   It has been said that "one
[■ false step leads to another."   And
;  so it was here.    Columbia repeated
j] her appeals to Dowtnng-Street, and
aha lost ground every time.    Every
[ one of these appeals to England has
been it mistake—the last tlie greatest mistake of all.    Just look at
the  result of the last appeal.    De
Cosmos 'Declaims it himself;   nor
need we lead between  tile Hues to
find it.    Sir John Macdonald openly
and   distinctly    "KpudiuttJa   Lord
Kimberley's   basis   of   settlement"
and dailies any obligation  to con
struct thtj Island. Bail way j and as
for  compensation  for delays,  "h.
would neither name a sum of money
nm* any sum"—whatever tint may
mean.   Thus it will be seen that
tha Canadiah Premier, goaded on by
Columbia's iill|Kii'tuniti.a and foolisli
appeala to the Queen, has at lust
become defiant;   What is to be done
now I "To DowniiigStieet!'' shouts
our "Special Agent."   "TIM rights
of  the  Province should lit1 maintained at all hazards."    CWtaiuly.
But what "rights of the Province"
are in danger just now I   Hallway
work  is going on quite as fast as
could reasonably be expected—quite
as fast as is good fur Columbia, and
quite Mn fast as the public opinion
Of the Dominion will sanction.   In
truth,  tho   present   administration
has  strained   its power to do all
that it was possible td do filr us in
. this respect.    It ia quite clear that,
by "the rights of   the Province,"
DeCosmos weans his hobby of   a
gulf ferry aud the torlltinus nf the
Canadian Pacific Railway at Esqnimalt    It  might he  interesting to
know  what the suppressed portions
.df the despatch are; but whatever
I they may ha, it is sum'ciclitly obvious that our "Special Agent" has
'had another row with Sir John aud
has threatened hiin with another
ap|ieal to the Qillien— to ask Her
Majesty's Government to compel Sir
John to do what lit has plainly declared he will not do, and wllfit Columbia does not desire him to do.
We have said past appeals to ling-
land have been so many mistakes.
An appeal now would be worse' than
a mistake; It would be a cf'imc /
DeCosmos asks, implores to ha sent
on another mission to London to
push his lltrohy at the Colonial
Office. Will Walkem dare to send
him I New . Westminster helped to
tend him last year, and it has befin
lean that hia Chief object «B to
rob her of tilt railway tarniilifla.
This waa stoutly denied by tha mis-
representatives of the city and district who voWtl with the government. It waa denied by the local
organ ; but the facta are all out
now, and denial ia no longer possible.
Let the people he' on tlieir guard.
It ia o*il the curds that another attempt sImII be wade to deprive the
.Mainland of its rights. Of course
there is ho danger (if the attempt
^^aiicceeding. But tllif people should
lie spared the liuufllii'Ooii und the
expense.
Hagyard's Pectoral Jklsulfl; a low
dose, relieves the most distressing: cough,
and a twenty-five cent bottle brie* eurod
many a sufferer from Asthma, Mrftahi-
iiti. Crtrffb, Influenza, Hoarseness1 Had
Horenoss of tho Cheat. It in tho grtfrifl
.peoific for all throat and hunt conipiuiirW
leading to Gortstoptlom
MBIAN.
VOLtJMfl 21
ISDAY, APRIL 12, 1882.
NUMBER 29
Scientific JftiscepiigT
A rumor uf tlio existence of a race
of pigmies in Africa, to tho tsoutlmint
uf K-ifiii, liaa roiiclit'd Dr Schwein-
furth.
■, §•
Col. VemnkoJF, a Russian Jruvellec.
pstimatBa tliat a third of Aw, aa well
as a Miirtitth part of Eurupij still. re>
mains to he explored. ■ I   ■'. I h  I" s
Tho increase of interest in electrical
"-.matters is remnrkuhle. A London
publisher is soiling 10U0 copie* a month
of a n(!w work on electricity.
A -aealthy Paris b(ipk^r. 'fH, Bis-
chotTsheim, has undertaken (the expense of an expedition toJAT|Ica to observe Urn total solar oclipse of May 17.
' An a-rftinaiit alrteHilniK.'ffrW Paris
on a cold nnd cloudy day in Fehrjuary
recorded a temperature of 08 degrees
ataheiglifc of 3000 feet. This result
occiisuluutl no little astonislnneiit.
The latest -dublications of Australian
statistics show that tho duath-fate of
tho continent ia remarkably low; being
only 14 in 10(H) iu 1880: The English
rate for the same H\\t «*aa Uvfef 80 |ier
1000.
Ci*nsidering tile Itiet'iis of gliisS ns a
routing muteriul, a Gertllau authority
finds Unit hail is not so destructive td
glass us is usually believed, as it Beldoiil
damages panta tin eighth of nn inch
thick, and,a thickness of a quarter Uf
an inch is almost absolutely safe.
Eight prise's of $125 each lmvo jbeen
oll'ered by the Royal Society of New
South Wales for the best uotmuuui-
cations giving the results nf original
study or nllsei'vatioytj on as Hiany
specified subjects. Tht! suhji-'uts {lave
special reference Ui Australian prdJfHiiHi.
Recent attention has been drawn to
tho value of tlie Qiiillia treo nf Qlilli,
on account of the ntitti-tffiil dtiiinsiiig
properties of its liarlt. It is daitl to lie
more effective under ciivf-aiu coiiditinns
than tin best tiftap. It in already iised
tdiome extent in washing silk and
Vbtil,
Obsiirvittions upon ineietirTc dust,
the fliintite particles winch reatih the
earth from the regions of space, are
attended by much ditliculty dud lm*
certainty, ns there' are few Itttftlitius
accessible to man tt) which terrestrial
dust does not pUlietrate. To secure
freedonl from the interference of tiiese
terrestriiU atoms it is suggested that
captive nalloons bt Employed and
sent, to the greatest attainable altitudes.
It is a familiar fact thai a black object on a white ground will'appear
much larger than it is ill reality; For
example, a will to strhie on a black
surface is apparently brmtdiif than a
black stripe of equal width on a white
•surface I'eter Suherfier has sought
tin explanation of the ip'henollltitiou'
and thus accounts for it: When ono
tif our senses receives a double sen-
sation, one being strong and tilt; other'
weak, the latter ia not felti Especially is tln'i the case When both mi;
preHsiiins are of the same kind, or
when a sHrVftlg effect upon one of the
Henses is followed by tt weaker' one of
the same hind.
Unthinking individual*! doptltless
ofton cavil at the dissolute livlshutsS
with which labor and expense arti bestowed by scientific men. upon apparently puerile studies. They forget
that liummi knowledge it) built up
ffom the tiniest fragments, and tliat
thest* fragmonts have been lahori'uisly
brought fo th one by one from the
most diverse sources. To the physicist,
or the inquirer after truth, trifles aro
uilkuown, for lie sues au importance
iu everything. To him-a principle is
us much a principle if discive'red in
the monad us if ro\Wed liy the holies
of the itlogalosaurnsi and j he feels
the pnsiiii'ilify tlfnt the Speck c'bvoved
liy Ids irilcruscopti iriay be' (lie key
which shall ultimately unlock tine of
the great mid helpful sucfeta of tbH
universe.
A singular occurrence) strlftihjlly
showing tho powerful effect of ice iu
rending rocks, was lately related by
Herr Rergh. Alt extensive promontory
in western Norway was, in 171Z, deluged with water during a thaw, filling
every ortfvjee in the rock. A- severe
cold quickly followed, sudilenl^ freezing tlift watcf-' and burstim* thb mass
of nHjk, which ttas projected from a
height of 1500 feet into tits neighboring ti or d, whicli engulfed the entire
promontory with its cultivated Ileitis
and farmstead. The fall caused a huge
wave in the fiord, which tint rtiily
swept away all the fishing boats within
a distance of tfftf miles and a half/ but
also carried away a church which had
stood fifty feet above the .water a mile
away from the pi'dimilitary. Of the
latter only a low ledge now remains.
IS
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN,
!   ,.1/1 il Ji'V*lluaVlfl03fi 30 JJIW
PNEBAL MERCHMDISE
j R. T. WILLIAMS,
"pOOK WN^m./^pEnfiRVLER,
J3 and Blank Hook Manufacturer,
j Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Bites of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatjiyrand afccimly Boiiinl. !   -•.,/
■.vo<^tiW*,Winl.-..».
itoRisr^rsE,
BfENCE't) DRBMJI5.
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
London Market,
li.1;.' moTsi '9^1^.'.
W. B. TOWNSEND,
PHOPRIKTOU.
the very Best
\}m> TIHTTO^ *      POUK,
VE-StSTAIILGS; AC.,
j    OOJfSTANTLY- ON • HAND.
: Families, Hotels, ftnd Shipping 81ip-
plicd on rettaunahle terjitsi  (    -,
1 Meat dellvertd free'trf '-^harii
City.
SW Prices moderate.
THE ABOVE HOTRL fS NOW
open for the accommotlntidii of the'
Public, und the proprietor will eiitleavor
to deserve a fair share of patronage.
The very best of Winks, Liqcobs and
QiGARa will always be kept.'
©.    MORTON.
July 1, 1881.
WM. G. BOWMAN,
LIVERY & HACK STABlES
BROAD   STREET
(Between Yates k View),
Horsrs.f nrr .ages. Riig^lrs k \\nsrons
tu hire oil reasonable terms.
tW Pnrticuiiii; attention paid to boarding Horses.
FIRE INSURANCE.
THE LANCASHIRE
{Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, • £2,00(1,000 Slerlln*;
RiBks accented at tiii'rent Rates of
Premium hy
John c. brown,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminster.
SELLING OFF!
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
T1U! KNT11U. STOCK OK
Furniture,   Pictures,   Mouldings,
W»ll Paper, and Undertakers'
(ioods,
In tliB iStore lately occupied by David
WithWw. . '   .
. Orders for floods which aro not on
lliiild wilt he filled froin Victoria Oil short
notice.
For further particulars, apply on the
premises, Columbiii, Street, New Westminster, or to
j, sehC,
. Victoria, B. d;
"Hail heanteous, bomltediW,* ^Indsome
Spring"—this was Mark Twa'ln's prizo
poem—but tiie dire diseases incident to
Spring spoil the romance. Burdock
Blood Bitters is the. prize, remedy, the
remedy prized by all who. havti tried It as
the lirst Blood reifying Tonic' iind System Regulator in the market' It cures
all Blood Humors, from the woMtferofu-
la to a cohttnou Pimple. Snmpl-ft Bottles
10 -Cents; for sale by all dealers itf medi-
That marvelous purifyor, BllfdOCk
UlOOd Blttefs, will speedily change
tlie sallow face* to one of freshness, health
and beauty,- It regulates the bowels,
acts promptly oft the Uvcr arid Kidneys
and strengthens the system when broken
down byNervoiiB or C-loiieiit Debility.
Ask your Druggist for a Trial Bottle, tin)
cost is only 10 Cents. Largo Bottles
81.00. *	
*t-r If you want a .iist-olass Piano or
Organ, gotoT. H. Pearson k Co.e. The
best Pianos fc/T the money in tlte Pro
vlnue.—Al>v. tr\
SW Leave yonf bhler for Sheo*t Music
and Music Booksrit T. R. Pearsonk Co.'s
—Am-v
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
CdLuMSi* Si., New Westminster, D. 0.
».*# rii.ixd. kkv firriMJ,  lock-
SMITH.  HTTI.KSHt  fiKUIXIt,
Miasm's SH«lip>:\Ki>,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned rtjul Rcpati'ed.   Machine
Needles for Sale. .
I ml>r<*lln* th-iHiMl, ami <>cnrral Rrpalr*
lliu nrally <leue,
A ii im miii tion of all kinds. A full assortment of UVlofMing Tools, nml every thing
required by a HpoVtsmnii. Ruri.Ks, Shot
IJiixs, Revolt'eiw, aud Fisnisn TAciii-fc
for sale. r «|34y
ADVA mm Gf THE
Q0AL OIL
Over the Setlned Oils ol Petroleum
tor Illuminating Purposo*:    '
clmrge in  the
Popular Market
I'nLl'HBU  StltKEI  WEST.
W. J. FRENCH,
PROPRIETOR.
CONSTANTLY OS HANT), tlie largest rind'clioiccst assortment of   '
MEATS AND VEGETABLES.
LAMB, VEAL, TURKPA'S, kc, in
season,
Families. Restaurants, and Steamboats
supplied at the lowest prices and with
tin- utmost care.
New Westminster, B. C.
delO
tiSTABilSilKt) 1850.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
snarly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
rjlHK LArlfiKST AND  CHOICEST
±.   aHsortiiie'tit of itll deserlptioiis of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on haml, Hnd supplied to Families, Hcstaurunts, and Steamboats at the
LOWB&T POSSIBLE PRICES.
pianos, Organs,
—AND—
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
OF EVKRV  DKSCKiraON,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VAMETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A flue Asssortmcnt; from $25 to $00,
—AT—       ■
B A(J\AI>I. tl co.>s
MUSIC   STORE,
(10VEIIXJIEXT STKEfcl1; VICTORIA.
J.  BAGNALL,
PlANOFORTEi&OnOANTlTXBR&RKrAIRKR
IN THE SUPREME CHURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
PURSUANT TO  AN  ORDKR OF
I tins Court, made: in the matter of
the Kstate of Jotix Lkwih, late of the
town of Yiile, deceased, ami iu a cause
between .Tahk-s Cami-hkix, plaintiff, and
Frank Ciioh'v and Oroiuik Sti'art, dc-
fciidiuits, tht! creditors of the said John*
Lewis are IsY themselves, or thoir solid-
tors, on or before tho I"th day of April,
A. D. 1882, to come iu wid ffrovo tlieir
debts at the dllicc of the Register of the
Supreme Court, Juttics liay, Victoria, or
iu default tlioreof they will btfpcrump-
torily oxcludcd from Cm borient of the
salt! order. a    X <./
Moxiiav, tile 'J-Ith thx ofAi'iul, at
II o'clock in thu fuiun'uon, Hi the said
Chambers, is appointed for lirrirlng nnd
adjudieating upon the claims.
Dated the 10th day of* Febniitiy, A. P.
1882.
J. C. PREVOST.
Registrar.
DAVIE4 POOLEY, lMaintilTsSolicitors
fe!8 .   ■.
AYRSHIRE BULLS!
THE BEACON iTGfHT is
an Oil, pf Hi|r.h Test with,a light gravity, |
which makes tlio Oil a protovtion agWrrtt I
oxplosion. |
One llrdlnar) Burner Rives n (Brtl-
llant) Light e(|mil to Ten Candle
1  lights!
Its oftor is not offensive,   Tho Beacon
Light Oil is
FREE PROM  SMOKE & SMELL,
In pbirit of Economy, the Beacon Light
Oil is
its* ciPHfteTi: tHav*. other was. |
The ColislinKif InlfMng ono ligH*—for '
Four Hours—will rtot^ eonsuinc over1 One
Gill, or ono tliirtyJ8'tfcr*ml part of a Halloa, which floes not fits the Consumer '
more than Two Cents lor' fl whole night.
OPPK^HEIMlilR BROS.,
t**..   ,.  Solo Agent*, Victoria, B.C.-1
THE UNDIJitfrtONED HAS FOlJ
sale on reasonable tonus a few half -
liro'il Ayrshire ycrffling Bulls. shvA hy tme
'l'lWl'oughlii'cil Aj'rshiro Bull
DTjrr'iiRiK',
The rlams lieing choice  dairy c<rti*s.
A. S. VEDDErt,
■ ;jell Sumas.
ROYAL  CITY
UI MILLS |
H,i»ITIIB)
HAVB OJJ HAND AND AEE PRE-
PAHTO TO*MANUFA(*TURB
—AI,L IlESOUfPTIONS dr—
Sough k Dressed Mer,
MOULDINGS,
Boors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Pinning, ScroIt-snwIiiR, Turn-
Inc. Sliaplnx,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with the
MdST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FlSfl  CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
ftlCMARO SfREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   li.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
MA-fAOttt,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the Oity,
THE CtiLlWRY -DCPASTIEXT
IS I'NDKR THE CljAHOE  OF AN
EXPEIUENCED ARTIST.
J. H. PLEACE&CO.
IsfFllRTEIlS AND DEALERS lx
1
STOVES,
banges, sorrfiD:.
House Furnishing Go ids.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full nusortment coiTStnntly ou hnnd, nt
tlie LOWEST MARKET KATES.
Tinware manufactured on the premises.   Jobliing promptly attended to.
IIOLIEKOOK'M 8TOXK III IIItlM.,
Sen ifrMllllnMrr.
GO TO THK
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
ANIt 0ET   YOliK
MONTY'S WORTH.
BOOT? A\l) SFttfES OF EVERY
rlcs'tription niafle to order, and re-
pairctl, from an
INFANT'S  »H O E
—TO    A—
MAH'8   BOOT.
The highest CASH price pirfd for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
OrrosiTB im Bask.
HruAUUOAT.D.
M
PlIKELY
V*su*e***ABix
1
- 5 Iflgnly rccornTn'*ntl{,t1
~i for Ituiontmr-t-t.
■/') i.f'tiit-.UkP, t'ott-
El siii>;tllou,Intliiif*t-
, *' hiiiioM, llrartbariit
iirt'tUlt, LoujtfAp-
,i', Jaiin«Uc*( Mm of
' .'npinrfe. Uvfir. Com*
.. uUW.z from tli* Bloin
iftiovv TUot eae safe,
■,;>■].'t.'.:lUill. FniDltOS
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Old Broad St. aftff lfi Tall Ma'li.,
LOND'ON.
Instituted 1803.
FOR INSUIUNO HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, vyarcs, Merchandise, Mttimfitctunng un'd Enrining Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, nnd the
CurgooB of such Vessels; also, Ships lAiild-
ing nnd repairing, Barges ami otuur Vcs-
uefs on mivigablo rivers nnd caiinlat*.aiHl
Goodtt on hoard such Vossels, tlnxnigtiout
Great Britain aud Ireland nml in Foreign
Countries.
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FfRK.
Rubscrihed and Invoated Capital.
£1,000,000 STG.
Rates of Premium affd evrarj' lriforma-
tion can be obtained on application to
W. J. AltMSTlttlNti,
Ag-ant fotKev* Westiiilnfiter.
rflHK UNDERSIGNEDUEnS LEAVE
X. to announce to the Public tlmt be
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will bo found first-class, and
at reasontujlb rates.
The ftlrlors nnd Bleeping Apart-
llll'nls tii't* under  tho superintendence
of Mns. Hdwisos.
Private bininjj Rooms for Ladies,
Familiis arid Private Parties.
A Private llfncllng Room, com*
iiHidioitf-', cnnifotltihly furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
THE   BAZC
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Liycous, CiqAits. kc
3. W. HOWfeON,
l*l(OPRIETOR.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BtJRRARD       INLET.
Newly Built and Newly Fdrntshed.
—  Large nnd t'emodlotiK,
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands au unbroken view  of  that
magnificent sheet of witter known as
Coal HurboV, the f utiire terminus
of   tho   Canadittii   Pacific
Railway':
HITS    %F    It 00 MS    FOB    FAMILIES.
AT Visitors And Tourists will find it a
quiet ami pleasant resting place.
The scale of .charges will bo found to
bo strictly modettite.
Good stnbling' on tlie premises.
JOSEPH  MANNION;
Proprietor.
ORO RESTAURANT
(lll,lWtllA STFiKKT.
new Westminster, b. c
(KSTABMSHED l«(IO.)
THIS WEIX KNOWN AND MOST
convoniolitly loentr.l ostsblislimcnt,
hnviiif. lioen ]mfclmseil l>y the miller-
siRiied, will be conilucted ns a FIRST-
CLASS
BOARDING    HOUSE,
Under the' personal superintendence of
Mrs. Dai.^ktt.
rfr ■<: LHACWs
Board k Lodging pay Week  $B 00
Board alone per Week  f> 00
Single Meals	
*5r The Mail Stages Ifavc fbfi House
for Burrard Inlet twice a flay.
S. W.  DAGSfeTT.
M.yO, 1SSI.
cTfYlndfEt
NEW  WESTMIN^StEit
(Next  Door to  Public   Library),
COUHMA STRKF.T.
mHK DSBEnSIQNETlBBGS LEAVE
,1. to snnoiiiice to the Viiltlic tlist slid
lias leased the above Hotel, anrl is pro-'
pareil to furnish to tlio travelling Pwolic'
FIRST • CLASS ACCOMMODATION,
—AT—
REASONABLE   RATES.
Private HIiiIdk lloomi tor Litdles
and Famlllcr..
MRS. BONSON,
»o28 Maxaoer.
SUBSCRIBE
FOR THE Brlllst. Wltirablsii. the
NtoWf«.|»r on thMlsinlafid of British CoiMftis.   Only$3-s year.'
got §s\t or to ftxtit.
HORSE FOR SALE.
PROl'KRTY OF BISHOP OF NEW ■
Westminster. Broken to single *
and double harness and Middle, Price'
-SI 00. mhlS
FOR RENT:
T"rifi. EAGLE HOTiiti; FEONT-ST.;
*STbMT, Westniilttiter;   bpnosito   the
Wharf ( ftltli a LiceliJe.
H#EY T: iibMONDS,
1111)22 Und Agent:
~FOrt   SALE:
rpiiREE yoke  ilHHbi.ttMVV
1    Work (licit.   All tvoli {rallied.
For terms ami particulars apply ro
\VM, MoKEE;   .,
Feb. 14, 1882.     (folfi)    Boundary Bay!
BRICKrplALL
THK SURSCRIBKR HAS A KIUT
of excellent bricks for sa
Delivery anywhere.
T. McH*Y.
Xew Westminster, vebaA
.Tunc24, 1831. Jill
FOR SALE OR LEASL
Riverside FarnJ, Ma1
IN WHOLE OR PART,
CONTAINING THREE HUNDRED *
acres Dykod Land, of whioh 230 aores.
could easily be put under crop for next'
season,
WITH WHAltK 80 FKET FRONT, Hi
AM HE IIA1IN AMI OTHEK
Bl'ILDlMi    AlCOMHOBATIUV.
it
Apply to
hc8
C. B. SWORD,
Riverside*.
FARM for SALE
THK UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale, ou tho most liberal terms, a
Farin of 14(1 acres situated on Boundary
Bay, about 8 miles from Now Westtn1ni
ster, and intersected by the trunk wagon
road.
The principal part ot the Farm is rich
bottom land; twenty-five acres have been
cleared nnd partly fenced. There art
two springs of excellent water on tho
property. It is well adapted for dairy
purposes.
For particulars, apply by letter, or"
personally to
JOHN R. ROBINSON";
New Westminster;
January 3rd, 1S82. jny4tc ■
foTsXlk
cabinet organ
SUITABLE FOR
Church or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason&Hara.
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeds, sub-bass, octave coupler, vox >l*!q.
nmnn, grand organ, and, knee swell, 8
stops. This organ is now used in the
Methodist Church, and is sweet toned
and iu good order. Will be sold for $150
cash, ns it is intended to procure a more'
powerful one. This is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T. R. PEARSON k CO.,
Stationers k Music Dealers,
fe4tc Now 'Westminster*.'
FOR  SALES
rPHE   UNDERMENTIONED'   PRO-'
X   porty.
City of New Westminster:
LOT  4,   BLOCK   lfl,
•!    io,      "       S2,
"'   12,     ••     (fib
"     12,       "        24.
District of New Westitrlrisferi
Lot 21!),  Group I., No'ftii shore' Port'
Moody,
Lot 102, Group I.,   South Bid. fort
Moody,
Lot 110, Group I., near Hastings, &r-
rard Inlet,
Lot noj, Group I., Falso Creek,
Lot llil, Group IL, South bank Fru*
River,
L6t«  147, 14S, ir>0. Group Hi, Sbitn
bank, Fraser River,
Lot (Hia, Group II., Soiflli bank Fra»r
River.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
mil 19 Und Agent.
SEVEN THOUSAND!
ACEES
DYKED LANDS
FOR SALE.
The undersigned otTe*?
LAND ON MATSQ8I PRAIRlS
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
at" Reasonable priced
Liberal ffi'ffls of raymtnt glveit'<</
Bona tide Settler*.
Those Lands are Af excellent quality,'
and a largo portion 61 them is rcafty for
the plougli.
c. e.- woods; ..
New WratmirJeW;''
E. M. JOHNSON,
Victottaj'
Or C. B. SWORD,
«8' RfWfitr**!' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY,
Tenders Wanted A. Fisher
Wanted. /  .Trapp Brtis
Contractor, &o P. Fry
"Glengarry" J. D. Pamberton
f he $ritisli fialumbian.
Weflncmlny Mornln-z, April 19, IKS?.
"Support Me."
In tbe course of debnte, Mr. Walkem, while bestowing fulsome praise
upon Mr. Cowan, made a ferocious
■nd unparliamentaryattack upon Mr.
Mr. Ferguson for presuming to differ
with on the representation and dock
questions. "I shall compel him to
leave Cariboo District," savagely vociferated the egotistical little, bully.
"He was elected to support ME, and
I will undertake to say that lie will
come no more here." According to
the government organ, these blatant,
unstttesmaiilike utterances elicited
"Thonder* of applause from the gal-
Uriw," We should be sorry to think
io ill of the occupants of "the galleries" as to be-Here such a thing possible. Bather would we beliovo our
private correspondent when he as-
mm us that tlie coarse attack provoked "a storm of hisses"*—noises
which every right-thinking person
must admit were more befitting the
occasion. Personally, we have nothing to lay against Mr. Cowan. But
politically the case is different. For
all that Mr. Cowan hns done since
he entered the House, there seems
no reason to doubt that his constituents would have fared as well had
he remained in his claim and given
Walkem his proxy. If it is mere
machine representation, to "support
ME," that is desired, we suggest
that n more sure and economical
plan would be to invest Walkem
with a plurality of votes—constitute
him a sort of representative machine
—Tria juncta in uno. In this way
the travelling expenses and sessional
allowances of two members would be
saved, and Cariboo could always be
relied on to "support ME." We are
led, however, to form a very different estimate of the people of Cariboo, Independent thinkers, they
would scorn to ho represented by
mete machines who would not dare
to do right because the Premier did
wrong. As for Mr. Ferguson, he
has proved himself to be nob only an
independent and profound thinker,
but a practical worker—a thoroughly
useful member. He did not come
to the House in tho leading-strings
•f the Premier. He came, free to
support him when light and oppose
him when wrong, Mr. Ferguson's
crime consists in not "supporting
ME," right or wrong. How could he
be true to his constituents and his
own convictions and "support ME"
in sinking tho whole revenues of tho
country in a ruinous attempt to build
a dock which even the local organ of
the Government admits to be nn expensive gew-gaw which can never be
a cent's worth of benefit to tbe mainland? As the representative of the
miners, himself a miner, Mr. Fer.
guson sees his constituency paralized
for lack of a few thousand dollars
to open up essential uvenues of communication. Session after session
he has asked, implored the Premier
to hare a sum placed on the estimates for these works—works wliich
would bring back Cariboo's palmy
dayi, and make her not only prosperous but highly beneficial to the
country; but session after session he
has been put off, deceived, until now
thoroughly convinced that it is use*
less to expect justice nt the hands of
the present Government. And because he will not violate his own
sense of right and betray the trust
reposed in him by his fellow-miners,
because he will net "support ME" in
robbing the mainland and ruining
tbe country, the Premier arrogantly
proclaims bis determination to "drive
him from Cariboo." If Walkem were
twice Premier and thrice member
for Cariboo, we do not believe the
honest, independent thinkers amongst
the mountains would support him in
such arrogant, egotistical bullyrag.
We greatly mistake the character of
bis constituents, if the position he
has taken and the policy he hns recently pursued are not far more likely
to result in bis being himself "driven
from Carihoo."
Obstructing Business.
Ministers and their organs are
charging the present Opposition with
obstructing the public business and
putting the country to unnecessary .
expense. Have these men forgotten
how, four years igo. when they were
in Opposition and counted 11 to 13,
sometimes 11 to 12, on a division,
they wantonly delayed legislation
and obstructed the public business
for more than a month, in a desperate struggle for ollice 1 Day after
day, week in and week out, the
House met and was adjourned without any real progress being made;
and yet there was no great principle
involved, no important investigation
to make. It was, pure and simple,
a struggle for office by a pack of
hungry political wolves. But now
the case is very different. The current of ordinary public business was
undoubtedly interrupted for a couple
of weeks or so by the dock investigation. But who will venture to say
that there wns not sufficient cause I
The unearthing of a huge system of
blundering or deception, or both, involving the mis-expenditure of something like a quart*?!* of a million of
the people's money, would, one might
suppose, justify a little delay in the
run of ordinary business. Had anything like it happened in a commercial establishment, the orders would
have been given, "Put up the shutters and lock the doors till the bottom of this is reached 1" But whose
fault was it that the investigation
dragged out its weary length 1 Was
it not the fault of ministers themselves in placing every possible ob
utrnctiou in the way of the Committee—refusing, suppressing, mangling, and actually stealing public
documents calculated to threw light
upon their mis-doing 1 They had recourse to every artifice to obstruct
the investigation and to delay the
verdict; and now they have tbe consummate cheek to turn round and
accuse the Opposition of obstructing
the public business! Four years ago
they had not the slightest hesitation
in obstructing the public business
for many weeks, and involving the
country in the expense of an election
and au "extra summer session" too,
and all for no better reason than
that they wanted office and were determined to have it at whatever cost-
to the country. And it has cost the
country a fine penny truly ! If Ministers nnd their organ-grinders have
such convenient memories as to forget these things, tho unfortunate
tax-payers have not. They will approach the ballot-box next summer
with a very distinct recollection of
them.
Editorial Notes.
On Saturday reference was made to
a movement by petition for the extension uf the Provincial telegraph system to the locality commonly known
as Ladner's Landing. The postal station and outlet—the gate, so to speak
—of a thriving settlement, it is rapidly
becoming an important centre of in
dustry. Two (we may nny threo) large
canneries in operation and two more
under construction, it will, indeed, be a
busy centre during the approaching
fishing season, and the necessity for
telegraphic communication will be
keenly felt. But there is another point
of view from which this subject should
ba regarded. With a telegraph station
there, the approach nnd departure of
shipping by sea could be announced—
under certain contingencies a matter
of very great importance hiaetd to
the maritime and commercial interests
of the country. When it is considered
that the expenditure involved is limited to the construction of some fifteen
miles of telegraph line and the establishment and maintenance of a small
office, one is justified in believing that
the schuuie only requires to be properly represented at Ottawa to secure its
prompt adoption and execution.
The Standard deprecates a change
of government just now because "The
prosecution of work un the dock would
be endangered, the Island railway delayed certainly for a year, and as no
supplies would he voted for several
months no public works could he carried on this year." Now, wo imagine
there are few fairmimled persons in
the country who would not regard the
first as a contingency devoutly to be
wished for. The sooner work on the
dock is stopped and the Province relieved of the whole thing the better.
As for the Island railway, it'could
hardly fall into worse hands. It would
be impossible for any administration
to handle the question in a more un-
statesmanlike, a more unbusinesslike
manner, than the present government
hns done. Had Walkem treated with
the Dominion Government in a businesslike way in 1874, the road would
undoubtedly have been in operation
years ago, and the rust would lints
since have been worn off the rails
which are at tho present moment in
course of being removed to the Mainland. With regard to the supplies
necessary to carry on the public service and works, our contemporary
must be aware that, if the usual course
were pursued, a change of government would not have the effect he
professes to deprecate. The cry of
alarm raised is just the old hackneyed
one usually resorted to by government
organs in dread of Iniing their "pap."
This nnd nothing more.
WANTED:
FOR NICOLA VALLEY-A GOOD
Farm Hand, who can milk and
understands the driving and care of
Horses, and make himself generally useful.   Wages—830 per month.
Apply to TRAPP BROS.,
aplS New West.
TENDERS WANTED.
mENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
X up to Noon on tho 15th May for
the erection of n Barn on South Ann,
Fraser River. All material provided.
Plans aud Specifications to be seen at
the Store of 0. 0. Major, where information can bo obtained, or at the residence
uf the uudei-siRued, Soutii Ann.
apl2
ANDREW FISHER.
Contractor and Builder.
PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS CAKE-
FULLY MADE OUT.
ALSO At'ENT  foil TUB
Asphalt Roofing Company.
This is the BEST and CHEAPEST
RooBng now in use. Call and examine
model roof.
&3T Shop comer-of Mackenzie k Clark-
son Streets, New 'Westminster.    upl2
FOE CLYDESDALE STtLLIIIX
"GLENGARRY."
FIRST PRIZE AT OREGON STATE
and District Fairs, Dam and Sire
imported from Scotland; color, bright
dappled bay; height, 17 hands; weight,
1800 lbs, Will make tho season at owner's farm near Victoria.
T HOR. IMS:
Season—§30, duo when Mare sent.
IssunAScfi—$40, due when Mare in
foal.
Mares served at risk of owners.
Marks from Mainland met at Steamer at Victoria and returned to same; no
extra charge whatever.
"YOUNG HAMBLETONIAN"
From "Pathfinder" Mare, to a few Marcs
at $'2'i the season.
apl2
J. 1). PEMBERTON,
Victoria, Box 24",.
HAY FOR SALE.
THE  HUDSON   BAY   COMPANY
has for sale, at Langley, 50 tons of
well-saved Timothy Hay.
Apply to      HENRY WARK,
ap5 Langley.
COLONIAL
HOTEL
COLUMBIA STREET,
New   Westminster, B. C.
HAVING PURCHASED AND
completely re-furnished and
otherwise greatly improved this
well-known establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce that it is
now
OPEN
For the reception of Guests.
Conviently located nnd well appointed in every department,  with
BATH ROOMS
And all the most modern appliances, it will be found in every
respect the best, as it is the largest
unit most commodious, Hotel on the
Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under tho very best
management both as regards CUISINE
and attendance, and parties desiring
them can have comfortable Private
1)1 il 111 g Koums, with special attendance.
The
BAR   ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Wines
and Liquors, and the best brands of
Cigars will always ho kept on hand.
The
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and
provided with Rtrahlk's Patent
CUSHION TABLES,   the best in
far Good attendance and moderate charges.
j. E. INSLEY,
Pkopmror * Manami-k.
April', 1882. «»*>
WANTED:
AN APPRENTICE TO THE TAIL-
bring Business.
Apply to    ':      W. ELSON1,
Merchant Tailor,
Columbia St., Opposite Lytton Square.
■  -'mli29to.   J?
W. ELSON,
MERCHANT   TAILOR,
COLUMBIA STREET
(OPP. LVTTOS  SQOAHB),
»EGS TQ .CALL ATTENTION TO
*»   tho large' stoek lie has just received
FINE TWEEDS AND CLOTHS,
Which he oftors to make up at tho LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
A*aT All   work  guaranteed.   Terms—
strictly cash. mliGRto
DAIRY  FARM
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE   FARM   CONSISTS OF   320
Acres, in Nicola Valley, known as
P. L. Anderson's Ranch, of whieh a part
is suitable for crop.   It is situated about
3 miles from the Public Hall and Road.
Also—75 Milk Pans, Churn, and all
the implements necessary for Dairying.
Also—20 good Milch Cows,
Apply to
P. L ANDERSON,
apfitc Nicola Lake.
"PRINCE   IMPERIAL"
WILL STAND FOR THE SEA-
son of 1882, commencing about
15th inst. Season from arrival to continue till 1st July, travelling from Lad-
ner's Landing toChilliwhncK.
"PRINCE IMPERIAL" is a dappled
Grey, 5 years old, stands 16 hands nigh,
weight about JupO lbs., short-legged,
cloaely built (sired by Myers! ''White
Prince"), with splendid action; good feet,
and docile temper; good worker, and
sure foal-getter. Testimonials will accompany him.
Terms for Season §10
Insurance  15
Cash payable at end of Benson. Cash
for insurance when muro ia known to be
in foal, or has been parted with.
Not responsible for accidents, but all
care taken.
For further particulars apply to
R. E. PURJER.
Ladner's Landing, April 4, 1882.      apii
CITY LOTS
■ ANDS
FOR   SALE.
THE   FOLLOWING    DESCRIBED
Valuable Property in the City and
District of New Westminster;—
LOT ONE.
Lota " and 8, block 17, corner of Merre-
vale and Columbia street**. There ia a
good House on these lots and a Garden
very lately laid out and in good order.
LOT TWO.
Lot 9, block 1S, on Columbia street.
An excellent House; good tenant; and in
thorough repair.
LOT  THREE.
Lots 5 and 6, block 17, on Morrcvale
street. The best site in tlie eity for a
rcsidenct); thoroughly cleared; well
fenced; nn excellent Orchard in full
bearing, and a line spring of the very
bent water.
In the District:
LOT FOUE.
On False Creek trail—known as the
Hazelwood Estate—300 acres. The road
passes through a portion of it, and at an
outlay of one hundred dollars 100 to 200
acres may bo brought into cultivation
this year. There is a small House on
this lot, situated half way between this
city and Granville.
LOT FIVE.
On the Burrard Inlet road—joins Mr.
Nicholson's lot; covered with niaguilicent
timber; distance from this city only three
miles; 100 acres.
LOT SIX.
Sec. 0, block 5 N,, R, 1 West, nearly
opposite Douglas island, on the left bank
ot the Fraser river—100 acres.
LOT   SEVEN.
Lot 77, group I—head of Burnaby lake;
very good land; 1U0 acres.
LOT   EIGHT.
Lot 82—west of small lake, Inlet rowl
160 acres very superior land.
LOT NINE.
Lot 167—right bwik North Arm -third
lot from the city; 160 acres.
LOT TEN.
Sections 20, 30, aud 32—480 acres; -}•
milo from Boundary Bay; fine timber
and fine situation for a logging camp.
LOT ELEVEN.
Section 35, Township 3.
LOT TWELVE.
Sec. 26, block 14 North, llangu !>
West.
Any (t! the above property will ba sold
cheap and on ea»y terms. For particular, apply to the owner,
j       JAMES MORRISON,
juifc-lm       CotamMivrt., New W«et.
■MMMMM
—FOR—
WILL BE REOEIVED UNTIL 12 IH.,
MAY I5TH, 1882,
FOR FURNISHING
Two Hundred & Thirty-
two Thousand
(232,000)
CEOSS  TIES!
ALONG THE LINE OF THE
Canadian Facie Railway
BETWEEN
EMORY & BURRARD INLET,
mWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND
.L (25,000: (hereof shall be delivered
at Port Moodv Station, or at points on
the line of said Railway between Port
Moody and Pitt River;
Other Twenty-five Thousand f«,-
000 thereof shall be delivered at Pitt
River, or between Pitt River and
Kanaka Creek;
Other Twenty-five Thousand (25,-
000) thereof at Kanaka Creek, or between Kanaka Creek and Stave River;
Other Twenty-five Thousand (25,-
0001 thereof at Stave River, or between Stave River and Hatsic River;
Other Forty Thousand (40,000)
thereof at Hatsic River, or between
Hatsic River and Harrison River;
Other Twenty-seven Thousand (27.-
0001 thereof at Harrison River, or between Harrison River and the lower
end of Maria Slough;
Other Twenty Thousand (20,000)'
thereof at the lower end of Maria
Slouch, or between said lower end pf
Maria Slough and Tunnel "C" of said
Railway, which tunnel is about 15
miles below Emory's Bar;
Other Ten Thousand (10,000) thereof at said Tunnel "C," or between
said Tunnel "C" and Tunnel "D,"
which latter tunnel isabout 11 miles
below Emory's Bar;
Other Fifteen Thousand (l£tPOp)
thereof at Tunnel "D" aforesaid, or
between said Tunnel "D" and Tunnel
"F" on said Railway;
Other Twenty Thousand (20,000)
thereof at the "said Tunnel "F." or
between safd Tunnel *'F" and Emory's Bar, or at Emory's Bar,
All such Sleepers or Cross, Ties
shall be delivered alongside the Railway and within Fifty feet of the centre
line of the track and shall be piled up
so as not to interfere with the work of
construction. The bottom of the pile
shall be as nearly as practicable on a
level with ihe grade of the railway
track; and the said pile shall be so
made as (0 permit of ready inspection
and counting; and wherever such
piles shall be made near water lines,
bodies of water, or rivers, the same
shall be placed in such location that
the bottom of the pile shall in all
events be above the line of high
water.
It will be necessary to deliver at
least Fifteen Thousand (15,000) ac-
ceptible Ties per month, from date of
entering into contract, until completion of same.
Ties must be smoothly hewed or
sawed, free from all scorebacks, and
chopped or sawed square at both ends,
eight feet long, flatted on two opposite sides to a uniform thickness of
six inches, the flatted surface being
not less than six inches on either
side at the small end, and when sawed
they shall be eight inches in width
ana six inches in depth.
All Ties must be of sound timber,
full size, and accepted by the Chief
Engineer of said Railway, or they
will not be paid for.
Ten per cent, will be reserved upon
payment of accepted Tics, until com-
Ele'tion of contract, and Ten Thousand
tollars -$10,0x1 approved security
required before signing contract. The
security or securities to be given must
be described in the tender.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Tenders to be addressed to the undersigned, Yale, 13. C, and endorsed
"Tenders for Ties on Contract No.
92."
aps
A, ONDERDONK,
Contractor
O.   Gr.
New Stock!
LADIES'
Heavy Jackets and
Quilted Skirts. Colored Merinos, blk.
Cashmere and blk.
Crape Cloth.
FLANNELS
In White, Scarlet,
Blue, Gray, and
Plain, and Stripes,
and Checks—both
English, Canadian,
and American, twilled and plain, wool
shaker and cotton.
COTTONS
In white and gray.
Brown and white
Sheetings. Towels
of all kinds.
BLANKETS
In colors & white.
QUILTS and Coun-
terpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and He -
sians Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies' Furs in
Muffs, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or otherwise. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
In Ladies' blank,
dark & light shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, lined and
unlincd.
:xnr«3r
In Gentlemen's Furnishing Woods,
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE B ST.
In Groceries and Provisions
Everything the best
that can be had, and
at the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.     .
MOHAL- If y.ni want • Goad article,
go to C. G. MAJOR'S: if you want tilings
cheap, but " cultuB," why, go elsewhere.
ITEM—What everybody says must lie
true ; and if true, then tlie humlsomcst
display of Valuable (Mads, Silver nnd
Flute, is undoubtedly to b. found >t
C. G. MAJOR'S,
COLUMBIA   aTKBHT,
New Westminster,  B. 0.
HS 1882.
THIS
COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR, after 21 j'ears of mercantile life jn this City, begs
leave to report, to his numerous Patrons that his Business
is prosperous and' the outlook
for the future is bright. We
hope to do a big trade during
the present year. We have
now in stock a complete assortment of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
With some heavy shipments
on the way from the Eastern
Markets. We are buying
lor Cash, getting large . discounts, which enables us to
sell at much lower rates than
formerly. We nre determined to keep the Columbia
House to 1 ho front, making
it, as it has been for years,
the leading mercantile House
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that we
can fill orders sent to lis at
cheaper rates than any other
House in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer.
New West., Feb. S. 1883.   '   full
ROOFS!
No More Leaky Roofs 1
IINM'TH
ROOFING,
Till* best; cheapest, and
MOST DUHABLK HOOF.
SUITABLE FOR ALL CLIMATES
and ALL 8KAS0.\S.
I, the undersigned,
having made arrangements with the,
Victoria Asphaltum
Works, as Agent,
am now prepared to
execute all orders
for the same at reasonable prices. Satisfaction guaranteed.
P.   FRY. %\xt §xwmx Columbian.
Wf-dne-tilfty Hunilnit, April 14,1HW.
PASSfiNGBBLg.
, him unruiWi nimtm uiunur, -.iMur** it nn*.
ip, M EbbIWi, 11 OrWgo. I*; Mui-vln, Hii-mila,
■•jr, J HiynS Wflllcn, Waller. J Adair, K
IbniM, Young, McOolloujfli, Shaw, Miicgee.
Vw Ntentner KNTKUPUISR. from Vlclurin,
April 11—Mn W lAdner, Mrs T Lmlner. Mrs
Hat, MIm Citrtim. MIim-m UJnur, Mmuti* It Mc
Urn, M Ef *"   " " "      	
Tunny, J
wadbami,
Per atwuytr.BBrjANnU, from Yule, April
10- Mi?' n-innliifittm,. Mti Ilamimni-l, Mr-tHar-
l»»r, Mn>WilUuu. Mb V-tri, Ml-s Wells, Mien
Connty, Kbt Mr bullet, Re* Mr Gout], Meeue
Harper, Willl-ims, (Iri'v^ll, Cum Yutf, Mimilv,
HilKli. OlmdHpy, 0-ini|il»-ll Ttipimr, 11*11, Ting*
lf*f, l'rtvMu|ijD< D|latt nnt] 90 other**.
 3== T	
Th» Nanaimo grave-digger died on
TliurntUy.
Viotorla waa viiited by a terrific gale
on Saturday.
An •stmuira fire occurred in Hamilton, Ohio, on Sunday.
The Dowager Ooui\teu of %nex recently-died in London at tho age of
88.
The attention of builder! la,directed
to Mr. Fisher's advertisement in another column,
Mc R'tgeri, 0. P. U. Syndicate
Engineer, ia a passenger on the Elder,
due at Victoria to-morrow.
The) statements made by the Nihi-
liits, tried at St. Petersburg a few days
ago, made even their judges weep.
The Irving and Cassiar were to lmvo
left (or Emory hint night, loaded with
Bat cars and other railway material.
The Wed Shore for March is well
stocked with inter****,! iny reading matter
and contains some very tino illustrations.
A Methodist colonization scheme for
the North- West is in course of prepa
ration at Toronto. Dr. Sutherland is
heading it
The Blakely mill, on Pnget Snuhdj
cuts lumber at the average rate of 110,
000 feet per day uf 12 hours, week iu
and week out.
The Irving brought down several
team horses from the Express Gmri*
pany's stud, for farmers on the islands
below this city.
The Colonist says the do**k ontitrac-
tori are being treated in a most shameful way liy the government. We
shouldn't wonder.
Sarah Bernhardt uud a Croak gen-.
tlennin of, position named Dnnmlia'
have bean married. Sarah continues
her theatrical career.
The Czar is reported to be in a very
wretched condition from emi linemen t,
his mind being only kept from Complete derangement by music.
The Queen Is expected to return
home about the 15th inst and Prince
Leopold's marriage is understood to
have been set down fur the 27th.
Capt. Humphreys' proprietor of the
Boomerang Inn, of Victoria, and formerly commandim; tho ship Governor
THleyt died at San Francisco on Satur
day.
Sir John Macdonald has received
the unanimous nomination for the
county of Lennox as the Conservative
candidate at the approaching general
election'.
Mr. It. Stevenson, of Chilli whack,
brought a small baud of horses down
the other day, which are destined for
the Victoria market. One of thorn is
a superb animal.
The crew of the American bark
Mary Winkleman, loading railway
ties at. Sutton's mill.'Cowichan, mutinied and attempted to commit murder a few days ago.
Attention .is directed to an advertisement in anothor column for a farm
hand to go to Nicola Valley. A good
man Will find a desirable home aiid a
permanent situation.
Dr.   Rossi, of Florence,  has been
lent out to the Canadian North-West
by the; Italian Government for the
purpose of ascertaining its fitness as a
. field for Italian emigration.
We hear that the Rov. Mr. Turner,
how stationed at Cariboo, purposes
crossing over to Winnipoc shortly.
We trust British Columbia is not
about to lose him permanently.
• The steamer Cassiar was successfully flouted off the hettch on Saturday
morning and took on a cargo of flat
■cars and other railway material on
Monday, proceeding therewith to Yalo.
A ledge of iron has been discovered
hot far from Tacoma, and close jn the
railroad. Tho specimens found indicate the ore to ho what is known ai
gray hematite, and it is thought to tie
rich.
The contract for grading and preparing the site for the new post-office
'lias Seen awarded to Mr. Teaman,
'contractor of Victoria, who came up
'last evening and will commence operations immediately.
At a mrethiff of the Xranei .-Wmii*-
bljr, held in San. Francisco on Mondav.
i resolution was adopted calling a
general convention on the 24th to con
aider what shall be done to rid the
country of Chinese.
The sale of C. P. It. lands iu Maui
toh* and the 'North-Went, during February alone, amounted to over a million dollars. Eighty-five thousand
acres of farm property wore sold at an
average of $7.50 per acre.
An imitation of sealskin is now
manufactured with so much success in
New Jersey that it deceives even ex-
■jerta. It ia made of silk and is entirely different from tho velvet or plush
family. It is, of course, very much
heaper than the real thing.
The Band of the Militia will perform the following prograinniu at the
Bazaar thia (Wedtiesdny) evening, at
':30o'clock:—Dance,'fSpanjfcli'i Pol-
ca, "Surprise"; Value, "Dreamland";
jjuadrille, "Mny Day"; Valie, "Ks-
neralria"; Polka, "Madcap"; "God
ave the Queen."
Replying to a deputation, tlio Lord
dayor of London recently spoke in
he moat favorable terms of emigration
ti Canada—where emigrants could help
levelop the vast resources of the Do
Binion nnd in time send back to the
Id Country the results of ho labors,
i the shape of food products for tlio
nillions.
Bukkabd Inlrt.- The Athlmt arrived on Sunday. Tlie Kate, Owens
will sail about Thursday and the Pacific Slope about Saturday-"bath lumber laden.
Chinese Coming. —We bear that two
thousand Chinamen are expected to arrive direct from Hong Kong for Mr,
Onderdonk, this month, and it is reported that one-half of them will be
employed on the lower section.
The Rev, Arthur Anniceseed of
Utica, is a disciple of Oscar Wilde.
Dealing with the rehearsal of Jonah's
submarine adventure, "We come
now'," aaid the ascetic Arthur, "to
Jonah," who passed three days and
three nights in the whale's—ahem—
society.'1 , ■ , . f f
Telegraphic— Mr. Gisborne, Superintendent of telegraph construction,
leaves this morning for the interior, to
resume ihe work of reconstructing the
line from the point at which he left
off last, fall to Rarkerville, On the way
up Mt Gisliornt! will establish au
office at Niontiiln
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Railway Contracts,—The contract
for 232,000 railway ties, for which tenders are invited in another column, ia
attracting a good deal of attention. Wo
understand parties are going over the
line with a view of tendering for clear-
in*? the timber nil". A fine field for
axemen is now presented.
Betti-r Trams. — We have been instructed by Mr. Onderdonk to make
the following changes in his advertised
schedule of wagss: First-claSs lieWers,
83.50 per day; first-class choppers,
82.50 nerdav; first-class scorers, 82 50
per day, The pay is good, and should
convnand the services of good men.
TfiB Sale of fanny work held at
Webster's stone building yesterday
was very largely attended and tho
results were highly Rattsfnetory in a
financial point of view. There were
quite a number in from the surround iny
settlements. . A concert in connection
with it was* held at the Drill Shod
last night. The sals will be Continued
to-day.
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About Bw-'KS.—Mr. Tims. iHcK^y
complains that people requiring bricks
go to Victoria for them, notwithstanding ihat he Is prepared to supply
art equally good article ^f.j/ieal manufacture at a much lower price than
they can possibly bo laid down for
from abroad. This should not he so.
Hume industry, all other things being
equal, should always have the preference. Loyalty to the community
one lives in is a sacred duty.
TitYwii Auant. — Senators Miller
and Farley havo each introduced an
anti-Chinese Bill. Miller's limits the
restriction to ten years, Farley's to
sixteen. The ground upon which it
is asserted the President votoed the
last one was the excessive period of
its duration; and it was even stated
that he would not have objected to ten
years. His sincerity will probably
soon be put to the test; but it seems
doubtful whether the majority in
either House will be found so large
this time.
i.
MaiusK Accident. — On Friday,
during the prevalence of a gale, three
sailors and the second mate of the
barque Silas AT. Curtis, lying in Royal
Roads, were returning to the ship in
a small boat from Esquimalt. When
opposite tho lagoon tbo boat was
swamped, and the three sailors were
drowned. The mate succeeded in
clinging to the boat until she Was
driven ashore, an so was saved, One
nf the lost wsa a brother of Mr. J.
Blundell, of the Wellington mine,
who was working his passage to Nanaimo.
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Strife.—Application has boon made
to the Legislature for "an Act to incorporate a company to construct and
work a railway from some point on the
Fraser river at or near the city nf New
Westminster to some point on the
main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway at Port Moody, cr some point he-
tween Port Moody and Pitt river."
Tbe syndicate Beeking incorporation
for (his purpose is a local one. We
hear that an opposition syndicate seeking a bill for the sune purpose has
jumped in and that there will now be
a railway war—a tempest in a tea-pot.
It has been ever thus with poor, divided New Westminster.
A Pressing Want,
The necessity fur more facile, enm-
miiiiicatioh between this city ami Burrard lulot is, so fully recognized by
everyone (toptainted with th0.subject
(hat thero .•** really no occasion tog<>
over tiui thread-hare arguments already so familiar to every:reader nf
iIim journal; but at this Beamm of the
year, whon tho road usually becomes
almost iin-iaiisahlc, we may be excused
for reverting tu the subject. As has
been pointed nut more than once, the
cheapest and best way to meet the
wants of the communities interested is
to open a new road generally following
the line of what is commonly known
us the "False Creek Trail." We are
assured by those who ought to know
that it would actually cost less to open
up this road than it Would to send De-
Cosmos to England on one of his foul's
errands. But we suppose tho chances
of getting the present government to
devote revenue to anything so practical and ho useful are very slight. They
think .nothing of throwing away thirty
or forty thousand dollars at a time
upon the graving-dock, a work which
is admitted even by their own organ
to be "a costly gew-gaw which can
never be a cent's worth of benefit'to
the tax-payers on the mainland"*, hut
you may importune them for years in
vain for the expenditure of two or
three thousand for tin purpose of making passably good the most used piece
of road in the country. How is it possible for the representatives of the
people in this part of the province conscientiously to support such a government ?
Tlio Blue Shirts of Cariboo.
Tho Premier's attack on the junior
member for Cariboo is likely to redound to the attacker's discomfiture,
"I have gummed iu my scrap-book,"
said tho Premier, "two amendments to
tho mining bill prepared by the honorable gentleman and I intend to use
them in the next election canvass to
show the miners of Cariboo bow little
tho member knows about constitutional
law.1' In other words, Mr. Walkem
threatens to show the miners of Cariboo that one of themselves is unfit to
represent them because he drew up an
amondmeut which was not iu accordance with constitutional law; that because he did not have the advantage of
an early education his humble but not
the less practical efforts tu reform the
horrid botch potch known as the mining bill at which the premier lias been
tinkering for ton years without producing a perfect measure, are not entitled to consideration. Mr. Ferguson
is not a pretentious man, but he is a
very remarkable one. At ten years of
age be went to work ib a'coal mine,
nnd until he was 1(1 years of age he
could, neither read nor write. .Self-
taught,: hard working and-reliable,
he wax. elected by hia fellow-mi nan
to represent then, in' the' House;
and when Mr. "Walkom slurs Mr. Ferguson because he did nnt have the
advantage of nn early education he
casts a rellectimi on all "blue shifted
miners," whom he aftec** so much to
admire. Mr. Walkein had early education-* 1 advantages; but even tli-it f.ict
has not prevented him b-ing held up
before the Dominion liy high judicial
authority aa knowing nothing of cotrt-
Btitiitioiuil law. It is safe to say that
had he been burn a coal-miner he
would have always remained one. Said
tho Western Judge to tho Irishman,
"Paddy, you'd have been a long time
in Ireland before you'd have slept with
a Judge." Whereupon Pat retorted,
"Faith an' you'd have been a long
timo in Ireland hefore you'd have been
a Judge."—Colonist.
Ilighl) Proper.
To-day Mr. Ferguson will, if permitted, move a resolution to thoVflcct
that it is desirable the provincial government should take immediate step.*
for tho transference bf the dry-dock
to the Imperial Government. The
move is a most proper one. The work
has always appeared to us to bu more
uf au Imperial tliau a provincial necessity; and in order that tlio dock might,
meet the Imperial requirements, our
government greatly enlarged it, substituted for a wooden bottom a cement
one nearly 7 feel thick, and otherwise
altered the dimensions and plans, luitil
the cost of the dock was nearly doubled;
and yet after all that they stipulated
that her Majesty's ships shall have the
free use of it, in consideration ef
contributing §250,000, equal to about
one-fourth of its prospective cost. The
arrangement We have always considered a most unfair one to tbe province.
Now that the province Muds itself
utterly unable to complete the work?
without incurring the most serious
financial embarrassment, such a din-
position of it would bu wise un the
part of the Provinco and no inure than
fair ou the part of Imperial Government,. But will the provincial government be willing to surrender this
"costly gew-gaw?" When they unfortunately returned to power, just
four years ago, they found that negotiations with a similar object were in
progress, and with every prospect uf a
successful is-uie; bu: one of their very
lirst official acts was to peremptorily
break off these negotiations. More
recently the Dominion Government,
seeing what a deplorable bungle our
ministers were making of it, ollerud
to take the dock off our hands and
complete it at the joint expense of
Canada aud England; but our infatuated ministers rejected the oiler! In
all probability they will meet Mr.
Ferguson's resolution by same technical objection. It would not surprise
us if they instructed Mr. Speaker to
rule it nut of order, thereby themselves avoiding the odium of opposing
it.    We shall soon seo.
The Veto—What Will Tliey Do?
One almost shrinks from contemplating the possibilities. The San
Francisco Argonaut, nn able and very
conservative journal, anticipating the
possibility of veto, says': "If for any
reason, or from any cause, or by vir-
tlie of ami accident, or by decision of
any court, or neglect of any authority,
this law shall not be passed; or, being
passed, shall not be respected, observed
and enforced, then this Chinese question will o]ten out for coiif.idonitioii in
a dilferent Way. If the law will not
aid us, and the Government will not
protect us, then we may consider what
we may do for self-defense, outside of
the law, and iu defiance of governmental neglect. When we shall have
exhausted every peaceable remedy
known tu our system, and made the
last appeal to our country for its protection, and hare failed to obtain any
relief against this Chinese invasion,
we may then be permitted to remember that it is the privilege of citizenship to resist a wrung, otherwise irremediable, by an appeal iu Nature's
higher law of self-protection." It
must be admitted that the people most
affected by this Chinese armada, the
people of California, have certainly
behaved in a most exemplary manner
under circumstances of a peculiarly
aggravating nature. Patient aud law-
abiding they haVe-beeh,,almost tn a
fault. Pusillanimous we knnW they
are.not. Indeed; the very .qualities
which have enabled them to practice
such forbearance all theso years are
precisely those that will, when all con*
stituttonal means have-bean exhausted,
lead to a determined "appeal tn Nature's higher IftW of 8HU--PH0TBCTI0N."
Writing tin tlio 24th of March, Frank
Pixley, himself a Republican, said an
executive veto would destroy the Re;
fiublicaii party—that there would no
miger bo.,a Ilepublican Darty in California! . "tot .this law'Mi" lie wrbte,
"and ambitious Eastom aspirants for
{.residential electoral -votes must not
ook across the Rooky Mountains."
Well, the veto has: been given. Tlie
law lint fiiletl ' And nflw*
Fife Wheat.
The miliars of'Manitoba nnd the
North-West havo issued a circular setting forth in forcible ferms the superiority of "Dark Scotch Fife Wheat"
over all other kinds for the soil and
climate of that country, and stating
that they will pay fifty" cents a bushel
more for.it than for other sorts.
To the circular ia appended the following:
"Appreciating the importance nf
the above, the Canadian Pacific Kail-
way Company will transport seed
wheat westward free of charge, provided it is unmixed dark Scotch Fife.
All other varieties and mixed wheat
will bo charged full tariff rates.
W. C. VamHorne,
Gen. Man. C. P. ft.
Winnipeg, March 1st, 1882."
It might be worth the while of our
farmers in tlm Provinco to give the
dark Scutch Fife a trial.
Marine Intelligence.
;' Saturday.—The Pacific.Slope returned from Yale, leaving^again the same
day for that port.
The fldianes *,1eft for Yale with
freight and passengers,
The Enterprise left for Victoria.
Sunday.— The Irving returned from
Yale, with a few passengers and some
freight.
The Ada- arrived from Nanaimo with
passengers and ft cargo of coal.
Monday}-?The Western, Slope arrived from Victoria and proceeded to
Yale.
The Reliance returned from Yale,
with passengers aud freight. She
brought the mails and express.
The Dominion steamer Sir James
Douglas arrived from Vietoria.
Tuesday.— The -Sir James Douglas
sailed fur Nanaimo,
The Western Slope returned from
Yale and left for Victoria.
The Enterprise, arrived from Victoria
with freight and passungers.
Sheds!—-Call and see our fine stock
Agricultural Seeds and note our prices
before purchasing elsewhere. Herring,
Druggist*. City Drug Stare, N. W.
Lankier Council.
Council met April 1st, at 11.30 a. in.
Present—Reeve (J. Jolly), and Councillors McKee, Johnstone, Mulvcr, Houston.
Communication froinPrivate Secretary,
acknowledging receipt of bylaws.
The salary and assessment bylaws were
reconsidered and finally passed.
The expenditure bylaw was passed.
The revenue bylaw M'as amended
liy changing the rate frotn £ to £ of
1 per cent.
The following account*1 were ordered
paidt—A.Campbell,$ri0.00;W,H. Kcary,
§11.75; K. Morrison, §7.50; U. H. Holding, $0.00.
Adjourned till 1st Saturday in May.
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CliUllwhacu council.
Council met April 3rd, at the old
School-bouse, Centrovilla. Present —
Reeve (G; R. Ashwell), aud Councillors
Wells, Cawley, Bantford and Kipp,
A communication was read from C.
Chads'iy, asking tlie Council to lay off
a road across liis place; also protesting
against John Wilson building on Sumas
Landing.
A communication was received from
C. Chapman, asking for a rood to be
gazetted.
The following bills were received and
ordered paid:—-Robson Bros, (printing)—
$24.32; f. R. Pearson k Co. (stationery)
—$."t.8S; Gkas. Young (removing tunber)
-&3.00; Thos. E. Kitchen (law expenses)—8113.G9.
Contract for building Centrcville road
was awarded to Chas. Barber fur 3135.00.
Tenders for grading and fencing cemetery lot were considered- too high, and,
on motion, the Clerk was instructed to
call for separate tenders for fencing and
grading.
Reeve reported that upon enquiry he
had three offers from parties to loan the
Corporation money, the lowest rate of
interest being Q per cent, per annum.
Un motion, u committee was appointed^
consisting of the Reeve and Councillors
Wells and Kipp, and the Clerk, to frame
bylaw.
Ori motion, a committee -was appointed
to examine road leading to C, Young's
placo and report at next 'mooting, committee to consist of Councillors W
and Kipp.  ■
Councillor Baiitford brought forward
a statute labor bykw, which passed
through its different stages.
On motion, tenders were called for
brushing and logging 20 elmiiis of road,
commencing at C. Gibson's residence,
running south; also, a piece of road from
G, Ikntford's farm to Elk Creek.
On motion, tenders wero invited for
building Sumas Lauding road.
Council adjourned till firttt Tuesday in
Muy.
Sheds 1 Sheds!—A large and varied
stock of fresh seeds, imported from
the principal and most reliable.growers,
ut Herring's Drug Store.
British Columbia Agoncy of Toronto
Safe and Look Works, J. & J.
Taylor, Proprietor.*..
These celebrated safes are Itiade from
heavier iron, weighing 20 per cciit* more,
and have all the modern improvements uf
the best American Fire and Burglar flutes,
including the Sargent Greenlcaf Dial
Lock. Being of Canadian manufacture,
they are duty free, und consequently can
he sold cheaper than cither English or
American Safes.
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes and quality, at
prices ranging from one hundred to throe
thousand dollars.
Detailed spacilicutions for vault work
furnished on application to the agents for
British Columbia.
no2  * M, W. Waitt k Co., Victoria.
FLowKtt Seeds. —The finest assortment in the Provin e. Forwarded
to any part Of B. C, postage paid. Address Herring, Druggist, N. W.
Death i.**} %he Cofvke Pot.—The pub
lie are cautioned against purchasing imported California ground coffee. Its
cheapness is its only recommendation.
The ingredients are of the vilest description, as any one using it will discover
should he examine the grounds. During
the perihelia of the planets people should
be careful what they eat aud drink. Don't
allow your grocer to ,ualni off' Ins trash
upon you,' because it pays him better to
sell it than the goou article. Ask for
Fell k Co.'s Coffee and take no other.*
Headache.—Why become a suffering
martyr to Headache, when Burdock
BlOOd BlttlTS will surely cure the
cause of all varieties of either Sick or
Nervous Headache, cleanse the System,
i*egulnte the Secretions, relievo Constipation of the Bowels, purify tlie Blood,
renovate the Liver and tone up the Nervous System, und distressing headache
will he unknown? Sample Bottles 10
Cents, Large Bottles §1-00.
In cases of chronic disease which doctors have failed to cure, Burdock Blood
Bitters has achieved its greatest triumph. All diseases of the Blood, Liver
and Kidneys, Scrofula, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Rheumatism j Piles, Female Complaints, and all forms of lost
Vitality arc promptly cured by this
great renovating Tonic. Trial Bottles
only cost 10 cents.
Bli-e Vitriol—Genuine English—For
dressing wheat to prevent the smut.
Send to Lanolev k CO., Victoria. Also,
fur sale—celebrated Condition Powders
and DriiHcld's Black Oils. Both these
should be in every stable, niliSfl
Blukstoxe for farm.rs' use, in 1,000,
fiOO, and 100-Ui. lots, at 7, 8 and
10 cents per lb. Address A. M. Herring,
Druggist, N. W. mlil-2m
DExtiktkV.—Dr. Welsh, Dentist, will
ho found ftfc tho "Holhrook House" for
the present, until he cun secure a permanent office. mhlS
FOR SftLE OR LEASE
A CANNERY SITE NEAR THE
City of   New  Westminster, and
possessing unequalled  facilities for receiving aud shipping freight.
For particulars apply to
CHARLES K. WOODS,
Real Estate Agent, Ac.
New Westminster, April 7th, 1882.   ap8
Royal OoluiMan Hospital.
ANNUAL MEETING
riIHE ANNUAL MEETING OP SUB-
L Boriljera to the Koyal Columbian
Hospital will take plooo on Satokiiay
Eviisixn, 15th isst., in tho Hyack Hall,,
at 8 o'clock, p. in.
W. H. KEARY.
apS Hon. Seo.
New Westminster Rifle
Association.
ANNUAL  MEETING!
mHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
_I_ Members of tho New Westminster
Rifle Association will be held on WEDNESDAY EVENING:, APRIL Ifcrn,
at 8 o'clock, iu the Council Chamber.
Dy Order,
C. N. TRKW,
ap8-2t Hecrotary.
WotoRN ar Telegraph OratAToits.
Tht telegraph work of England hat
now bttn Very largely confided to
women, and it ia calculated that thtrt
cannot he \eee than 700 employed at
tha Central Offfca. The staff of the
Telegraph Clearing House Check
branch, which auptrvises the whola
teUgraphic work of the Kingdom, and
acta as a check upon all tha clarka in
tha department, ii exclusively composed of woman, to whom is alio entrusted the entira Hniumitil businan.
Certain branchei of tha Savings Bank
Depart mant are alio in their bands, aa
well ai the Dead Lotter Ollice. Tha
number who apply whenever a vacancy
occurs ii enormous. None of the more
important otficei bare yet been filled
by womon, wjio, it ii thought, are
hitter officered. by thoroughly competent men.
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HacIyard's Pectoral Uaisam is composed of the most healthy balsams and
gums. The Balsams, whioh enter into
its composition, were used by tho natives
when America was first discovered, and
are combined with other vegetable tonics, so blended together, that it is a specific for alt affections of tho throat and
luugs. Thousands of bottles arc used
annually, and it is considered one of tho
iroljvaaro prepanitfona of tTru day.
DYKING I
NOTICE IS HKRKSY GIVEN THAT
a Meeting for tlio purpose of making urrangenunits for enclosing by a dyko
airoSH the valley and dams in the Nice-
mekl and Serpentine Rivers, all tide lands
situate within tlie Municipality of Qurrey,
will be held at the Surrey Municipal Hall,
on loth April, next, at 1 o'clock, p. m.
All interested parties aro respectfully
requested to attend.
Surrey, March 30th, 1882. ap5
TO SCHOOL TEACHERS
THE TRUSTEES OF TRENANT
School wish to engage the services
of a duly certified Teacher. Applications received rtntil April 20th ritixt.
Salary, $50 tier month.
J. KIRKLAND,
inh25 Sec. T. B,
("Colonist" please copy.)
BOOTS and SHOES
PROM
HEATHORN'B
Boot k Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the now Oddfellow Hall, Cot
umbiust., New Westminster.
Burrard Inlet Fisting Oo'y
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT
r meeting of the shareholders of
the above Company will be held at Burrard Inlet, on Saturday, the 23th my
of April, 1882. to take into consideration a proposition for increasing the
Capital Stock of the Company to Fifty
Thousand Dollars {&"i0,0(W), in accordance with clause 41, Companies Act,
1878.
J. A. RAYMUR,
C. A. VERNON,
Trustees.
Victoria, B. C, March 25, 1S82.    ap5
INFORMATION WANTED
TNFORMATION WANTED OF HEN
I ry Smith, a native of Ballyrcnan,
Parish of Baled, County Down, Ireland;
mother's maiden name, Mary Roncyj
father's nanle, Edward Smith. Henry
Smith visited Ireland in 1805, and on
his return w.'ia shipwrecked aboard the
steamer "Golden Rule" on the Ranca*
dora Reef. He arrived in Sail Francisco
in July, 18115. and left in August of that
year for Cariboo or the Fraser river
country, whore he had previously resided.
If ahVo, he is now 54 or 55 years old;
he is uver 11 foot iu height ond of
stout biiild. Any information will be
thankfully received by his nephew ROBERT McKEATiNG, in care of JoUS
Henry Blaxky, Hlhdr'nia Bank, San
Francisco, Cal. mhlS-lm
Pacific Coast Steamsliip Do's
STEAMER
3Sk VICTORIA
CAPT.  PLUMMER,
WILL SAIL KROM SAN FBAK-
ciaco for Now Wustmiuster on
or about
1IOM1VV,   llllli   .ll'ItlL,  1883.
RKTUENING-Will rail from New
Westminster for Sun Francisco on or
about SATURDAY, lorn Al'RIL.
For rates of Freight and IVsaac,
apply to
GOODALL, PERKINS ft CO.,
Stm Francisco,
Or to   J. A. R, IIOMKH.  Agent,
mhlS New Westminster.
COLUMBIA   COLLEGE
FOR GIRLS,
NEW WESTMINSTEK,  II. C,
r,inrni.n rir"~:T: '^"y
1862.  1882,
TRAPP
BROTHERS,
urcTEssons to
LW.BUBICL
DIlRIffiCl*
IMPORTERS
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER
Richmond Municipality.
NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that the Assessment Roll of the
Municipality of Richmond for 1882 is
now open for inspection at the house of
Boyd it Kilgour, North Ann, and that
a Court of Revision will he held at the
Town Hall ou Monday, the first day of
May, 1S82, at 11 o'clock a. in.
SAML. MILLER, C. M. C.
Richmond, 3rd April, 1882. .ap5
HOLTS EXPRESS I
1)ERSONS HAVING BAGGAGE OR
licht freight to move to the steamers on tlie morning of sailing, or at any
time, can rely upon having it done
promptly hy dropping their orders Into
my hox.at Messrs. T. II. PEARSON k
Co.'s Bookstore. Orders should he in
hefore eight o'clock in the evening.
nililS EB. HOLT,
NOT1ICE.
I HEREBY GIVE PUDLIC NOTICE
that from and after this date I will
not bu responsible for nnydeht. contract'
ed by my wife, Isabella Magee, site hav.
ing left my bed and board without just
cause.
Dated 21st Feb., 188*!.
HUGH .\UGEK.
NrttbArm, frnm-Rivw\ feS
Visitor, Bishop of Now Westminster,
Liidr Principal,  ■   Miss Kendall.
THE COLLEGE WILL RE-OI'EN
JAN. i, mi The school year
consists of 10 months, or 4-0 weeks, divided into three Tonus.
af 33X38
(IS ADVA.VCJE)
BoARb, ? 4.00 t* week
Washing. . 2."> " doz.
Turnox (English, French
and Latin),
(Without Ijitin),
(without  French
and Ltitiu),
{elementary class)   2.50
4.00
fofllSd (by Mrs. Sillitoe). 15.00
Gekmas (by Mrs. Sillitoe),   6.00
A reduction of 2ii per cent, off tuition
fees in case of second and younger sisters.
CHARLES E. WOODS,
do21to Hon. Sec.
do.
do.
do.
Music,
5.00 '
4.50 '
3.50 '
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
—ON—
Tuesday & Wednesday,
APRIL 11TH &  12TH.
IX WEBSTER'S STOXE RUILDIXG
The Work consists of Handsome, Useful
and Scrviccalilo Articles of
LAD1KS'.   nill-DKEVS,   AND
other < lothink,
fancy  Work, &c.
The Proceeds of tlio Sale will he devoted
to tho General Mission Fund of tho
(Church of TCngland) Diocese of
Saw Westminster.
A   CONCERT
Of Vocal and Instrumental Music will bo
given at the DRILL SHED, on
TUESDAY EVENING,   APRIL II,
III aid of the above Fund.   TICKETS-
$1 00i   Children  half-price.    For
further  particular,   see  Programmes.
ITSubsiantlal REFRESHMENTS can
be obtainod on tho day. of Sale, a*- the
Sale-Roonv Lunch Stall.-
mh*K      Bv Oumrn of mt CrtJfMrtrrr.
ESSRS. TRAPP BRO
1VX thers, having pur-,
chased the old-established
Business in
Dry (joods and Hardware
Of R, W. Deane k Co., be|
leave to call the attention of
the Public to the following t
That for 30 days, com--
mencinf! from: the First day
of April, they intend to hold
a Clearing Out Sale.
when Goods will be sold AT
COST, and some under eoiU
FOR CASH.
Wc also intend to hold an
Auction Sale of Goods
on the following Saturday
nights   in    April 1 — 8th,
15th, 22nd, and 29th,
commencing at 7 o'clock, at
our Store on Columbia Street.
We guarantee to the Pulv
lie that these Sales will be
exactly what we claim them
to be, and not mere advertising dodges.
The reasons for out selling
at cost are these:—We have
large invoices of Goods to
arrive shortly in every depart'
ment; Wo hitvc too large
a Stock already and wish te
reduce it.
We respectfully solicit a
continuance of the liberal
public patronage bestowed
upon the late firm of R, W:
Deane & Co.
We have on hand a full
Stock in
Dry Hoods k Clothing,
Gents' Furnishing floods,
Faints, Oils, etc;
Tailoring, Milliner) and
Dressmaking done on the
premises.
TRAPP BROS.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, 9,Or ,: iDiiffftoru. f
KITH AND KIN.
"Indeed! Then I may as wall keep
ioy little one visit quiet.   Tt is sure to
fall flat, Witli such prospects as you
apeak of, looming in the distance."
"Mean thing!"
"Bid unele seem to enjoy it?'' naked
Mrs. Gpui^roUgh. ,
"He way delighted with the meeting.
Ha saw lots of faces that he knew on
the platform, and if ho had not beon so
■hy, I am sure some of those gentlemen would have given him a hearty
welcome. But, uf course, he wouldn't
make any advances to them."
"Just like him!"
"It gave me an odd sensation,'' .Judith went on "to see all those multitudes, We are ambitious, you know,
Del, you and I."
"Of libraries!" suggested Rhoda.
"Rut surely it would satisfy any ambition to walk on a platform, and on
the instant of one's appearance to be
theertd madly by twenty-five thousand
Yflices**, u if they never ment to leave
off."
"Yes, indeed. And did they groan?
I have often wondered what groaning
•n a large scale could bu like.''
"Oh, yes! * They groaned. It has a
most extraordinary' effect. There's
something fearful in it. When any
one whom they didn't like was mentioned,, you know, then they hooted
and groaned. There was a youiiy: man
near to us whom I watched a little.
He was standing close to the end of
our bench; I never saw any face look
so earnest, or express such an intensity of interest; I think his eyes had
a great deal to do with it. I never
•aw eyes that gleamed like \\i%, nor any
face that took such an expression uf
scorn and contempt. I am sure that
young man has a terrible tongue and a
hot temper."
"Dear me! This is thrilling!" said
Rhoda, holding up a very dilapidated
linen table-napkin which she was supposed to be repairing, and then laving
it down. "I see now what you wero
interested in. It was the young man,
not the: meeting. Proceed, I implore
yon!"
"Nu; I was interested in him as expressing the opinion of the meeting in
a condensed form aa it were. The
spirit that I saw in his face was the
general spirit felt, I am sure. And
oddly enough when tho meeting was
over, he came to my assistance when I
had got separated from uncle, fort-hero
were about one hundred and fifty
thousand in nil."
"Tremendous!" remarked Delphine.
"E—normousl" cried Rhoda. "And
this interesting young man; how many
more times did you see him V
"Once," replied Judith, repressing
a smile., ■  ,
"You did! This is portentious! I
suppose you cried, 'Ha! Do I behold
iny doom ? Speak, stranger, whence
and what art thou?' But where did
you see:'hhn again? I am interested,
everything's interesting here."
"Attth* theatre."
"No! And did ho see you?"
"He saw us; yen, distinctly. I saw
him in the upper circle pointing us out
to "
"To,'his friend, the friend of the
hero ? What was his friend liko 1 Any
one in whom I could take an interest 1"
"I really don't know. She was one
of the prettiest creatures I ever saw in
iny life, despite her vulgarity aud affectation."
lt8ksJ It wasau/ie."'
"Yes.* She was liis sweetheart, my
dear. No one could possibly have
mistaken that fact."
"Oh—hi" Rhoda groaned. "How
you dash my hopes to the ground!
Upon the whole, I think onr hero is
more interesting than yours."
"Yours?" laughed Judith, provnk-
ingly. "Which? Who? Where? Do
tell me about him."
"You saw our hero this afternoon.
Unreasoning jealousy alone makes you
try to deny it. And he is a gentleman by birth aud breeding, who lives
at home at ease, and is not engaged to
h vulgar girl whom he takes to the upper circle, not that I know where that
is, but you mention it so suoeringly
that I am sure it must be au inferior
part of the house. No, I think, taken
all in all, Delphine, we prefer our hero
to this groaning, hooting, gleaming,
bad-tempered one of Judith's."
Joining in the chorus of laughter
which greeted her observations, Rhoda
departed, saying she had a little cooking to do.
Judith and Delphine had much to
talk about, but Mr. Danesdale's name
was not mentioned again until late at
night, when they were both in their
repeotive beds, and Judith called from
her room to Dolphiue's which opened
into it:"
"By the way, Del, what is Mr.
Danesdale's name? His Christian name,
by which he is known to those who
love hiin best, you know?"
"Randulf," came sleepily from the
other room.
"Randulf— what a queer name!"
"It uiiifht havo been better. Good
night, dear!"
"GotJdV night. Yes, I remember
now, I have heard Philippa speak of
'Randulf.'"
The morning broke fine, but with a
delicate white mist over overything,
swathing Addlebrough hill and the
other green fells which shut in the
dale, and enwrapping the woods which
filled the hollows and gorges iu the
said hills. The Misses Oouisbrough,
surveying the prospect from the windows of the break fast-room, decided
that it was going to be a glorious day,
and that they would go out and spend
the morning at High Gill, where it
■would be sheltered nnd sunny.
There was ! absolutely nothing to
prevent thorn from going out when,
and f"r ns long as they choso. No
numerous engagements; no probable
callers, or other claims upon their
time and attention existed, to detain
Judith and Delphine and Rhoda
Conisbrough were girls whose life had
its trials. Fathorless, brotherless, and
»«ry poor, they had never know nny
uther existence than the one they led
now. Mr* Coniabrough's income was
ol the veiy'slenderest proportions.
She possessed tho house she lived in,
it hflU bfttt) given by old John Aglion
by's father to his daughter, Mrs. Con-
nisbrough's mother; and she, as an
I only child, had inherited it. The years
ef hor married life had been passed
there, with the clergyman her husband.
Hot* income was sufficient, by strict
economy, to maintain herself and her
daughters in respectability; that Biul
kind of respectability whicli has to be
over on the alert to conceal the scantiness of the clothing that is beneath
the decent outside garment. They
had enough pf food, enough of firing,
and a servant to wait upon them and
keep up appearances before outside
eyes. There,* tlieir comforts might
almost be said to end. The girls had
never known what real comfort or
plenty meant. What few aud meager
pretenses of luxury thoy had ever
known, had come through the hands
of their great-uncle, whose heiresses
they wero supposed to be, but who
loved to keep the reins of power in his
own hand, and make his favors appreciated through thoir very rarity. His
help had procured them un occasional
visit to the seaside, an occasional dress
for sonic rare and seldom-occurring
festivity, an unfroquerifc sudden little
expedition like this of Judith's to some
nsigliboriug town with him. It was a
pinched, cramped, sordid life, and they
were ono and all girls of mind and
spirit; girls who could not vegetate in
activity without sutfuring from it, mentally aud morally. Thoy did suffer.
Active brailis and quick imaginations
they all possessed—possessed also intellect of no mean order and apparently these things had been given them
for no other purpose than that Lhey
might suppress all their promptings,
Everywhere, turn where they would,
even in this quiet dale at the world's
end, there met tlioui beauty aud pleasures, aud opportunities for enjoyment,
and everywhere and always thoy were
confronted by the ono grinding answer
to all wishes of that kind—"Thoro is
nu money." Women liko theso it is
who suffer tortures undreamed of by
the busy and active, by tlioso whose
hands aro full, and whoso lives aro
running over with occupation; who
may use their brains, and turn tlieir
talents into money, or exercise thoui
in benevolent works. Such cannot
know the degrading, tho souring in
Alienee of a life of monotonous poverty,
of gray care, of the pinching and scraping wliich results in no gain, no profit.,
which has for its sole object to hide
from inquisitive ur iudiilerent neighbors the real oxtuni; of the barrenness
of the land. They were youiiy yet;
tbey hail rubbed tin somehow. Rhoda
was still too much n child, lived ton
intensely in tho present, and rejoiced
too much in the mere fact of a life of
perfect health aud perfect ignorance to
have suffered much so far. But her
sisters suffered, ami suffered the moro
iu knowing that the social law was no
longer so stringent, which used to decree for women in their position,
"Thus far and no farther. Thou shall
work, not for honorable profit, but to
conceal thy inherited poverty. Thou
shalt wither aud die where thou art- ■
only thou shalt not come forward, nor
have thy name spoken, for that is a
shame.'' And, if circumstances did
not change, Rhoda too would suffer in
years to come. Mrs. Conisbrough said
that it was tlieir wretched poverty that
was at the bottom of it all. It was
poverty which, prevented her from
dressing her daughters suitably, and
taking them out into the society they
were litted for.
"Had I been able to do that," she
often said, "both Judith and Delphine
would marry easily. Any ono can see
that Judith goes about liko a queen;
and Delphine's face, if she had her
proper chances, would set a score of
muu raving. Instead of which they
are wait—waiting here; seeing no one,
doing nothing, and their uncle will do
nothing to help me, though you would
think that out of sheer self-rcspuct he
would wish tlicui to make a different
appearance in thu world."
Judith, tired of theso outbursts, and
ashamed of hearing them, occasionally
remonstrated. A more than usually
open discussion had taken place on tho
subject only u day or two before her
departure with her great-uncle for Irkford. "Political meetings," Mrs. Conisbrough had complained, "were not
the places where girls found husbands.
Their uncle could tako them to such
places just to gratify himself, but he
obstinately closed his eyes against doing anything which was for thoir real
good." Judith's indignation had been
roused, and she had spoken out, more
plainly than was her wont, to her
mother.
"I would not tako a penny from iny
uncle, mother, to do as you seem to
think we ought to de. You mean, I
suppose, to buy dresses, and go to balls
and other places for men to look at us,
and fall iu lovo with us. It is disgusting, aud, for my part, if he offered me
the invaluable chance to-morrow, with
the alternative of never leaving Yoresett again, I know which 1 would
choose. But if he would give me a
hundred pounds now, to do as I liko
with I would not bo here another
week."
"Why, what in tho werld would
you do with it?"
"I should do the only thing that I
know of as being open to mo. As I
havo never been properly educated,
and all my accomplishments consist of
a few songs which i Ring very badly,
no one would take me to teach their
children. Besides, I can't teach,
though I can learn as fast as anybody.
I should go to some large town, such
as Irkford or Leeds, aud go to thu
principal doetor in it, and tell him
how much money I had got, and ask
him whether I could bo mado into a
nurse,"
"Preposterous 1" said Mrs, Conisbrough crossly.
"It would be hateful, nnd I should
loathe it at first. But I am able to do
nothing else, aud it Is not an expensive trade fo loam. It would earn
my bread. I should be of somo use
to some one ; for there must bo people
to do the drudgery of this world, and
it would ho, oil, the whole universe
higher than selling myself to n man
in exchange for a homo and clothing.
Any girl out of the street can do that."
"Judith, I forbid you over to utter
such coarso, horrible expressions again
in my hearing. To speak in that way
of marriage—the happiest and holiest
institution thero is."
"If that is what you call marriage,
give me unholy institutions."
(To heCoiitiiiitfrl.l
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
—In "outers ash Dealers is—
Books & Stationery,
MdSGY CQ0B8,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
South Side op Columbia St.,
New   Westminster,  B. 0.
The largest and best-selected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of British Columbia,
comprising History, Poetry", Biography,
Science, Fiction, and General Literature.
A full stock of the Seaside Library just
received; including the latest numbers.
School Books.
All the authorized books for Public and
High Schools. Also, School Requisites
in great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, etc.
CEO.  TURNER,
LAND      SUBVEYOR.
McColl's Store, HolbrouVs Stone
Building, .
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
J. A. R. HOMER,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE—COLUMBIA STREET,
Opposite Mr. J.Conninglmm's Store.
Residenoe-Merivale Street.
Dr. Loftus R, Mclnnes,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Opposite the Post-office, Columbia Street.
Office Hocus—Morning, from 11 to 1 j
Evening, from 3 to 8.
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes and qualities.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very complete, and
as tho goods have been pnrehnscd from
the niamifncturers, on the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
those of any other establishment in the
Province. Foolscap Papers, Letter Papers, Note Papers, Bill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, ami other Papers. Some beautiful
designs in Fancy Note Papers from London and Paris. An immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colors and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A very largo variety of Fancy Goods always on hand, to which additions aro being constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A vflry large and complete stock of mis*
collaiioous articles mieh as arc usually
found In a stationery establishment,
SjitM'.iau]f>K, Eyc'Cilimri,
PI-lying Cards, Vlt.lt (tig* Cavil-*,
lliihlucHH Carilti, Cnril board.
Cnril Case*,   Vinci, Gamci.
Inks of nil kinds,
Illkl tail tis—]i nlii mid fnncy,
Photo   Allium*-. Picture*,
Antngrnuh   Allium-.,   Toy*,
gci-np ItookH, Purieit
Wilting»>*tiki, Gold Pcnn,
l.iiil'<'-.' Work UitHkt-tK,
Gentl«umii'n DrvBelngCnm***.
K|i1Iii1h, Velvet   Frium**.,  toe, toe.
Pianos & Organs.
Having made unusually favorable arrangements with some of the leading Piano
makers in Boston, New York, Baltimore, and elsewhere, we arc able to offer a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
nt little more than has heretofore berti
asked fora very Inferior instrument. We
have the exclusive agency iu tills Province
for the line Pianos manufactured by Henrv V, Miller, of Boston. A number of
these Pianos, imported by ns, are now in
this city, and thoy are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRICE
ever bi*ought into this country. Wc arc
also agents for the Kuabe Pianos, thu
Steinway, the Weber, the Decker, nnd
others, any one of which we cftri supply on
the most favorable terms. We are agents
in this province for the Dominion Organ
1'o'n. Organ* (of BowmMivillc, Out.), and
VV. Bell A Co*x. Organs (of Guolph,
Out.), and the leading American Organs.
PERSONS Intending to Purchase
a Piano or Organ of any kind, Canadian,
American or Kuropean, will find it to their
advantage to communicate with us-
Sheet Music.
The largest assortment of Vonal and In-
striiincntal Mu»ic to be found anywhere
on the Mainland. Solos, duets, trios,
quartettes, choruses, both secular ami
sacred, A fine collection of thu very bust
Piano Solos, carefully selected by some of
the best pianists in the cost. Sheet mimic
sold at New York prices.
Music Books.
Always on hand, a good assortment of
Instruction Books for Piano, Organ, Violin, etc. The new and enlarged edition
of Richardson's Piano Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music books,
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
in stock will be ordered promptly.
Insurance.
We nro agents for tire Notitii Bnmsn
AttiF Mkhcastii.k Fir"*. InstiuncH Co.j
Cnpitnl, 810,000,000 ; taxes prill, MS,.
000,000. Also, tlio COSrF.DF.IUTKW toll
Association, ofloHng Iho lowest rule, on
tlio lioat security of .ulry compmvy .loing
Imsinoss in <>tw«ln.
T.R. PEARSON & CO,.
Columbia*!, (l-i*lwp*<n O. (I, Major'* nnd Jsmoi
tin imi iijilnut.***),
Now WestminiHor, B, C.
C. J. LEGGATT,
Barrister-at'LAw
NOTARY PUBLIC,  ETC.
OFFICE—Next door to TJron's Photo.
Gallery, McKcazie st., New Westminster.
A. T. D. MacELMEN,
BARRISTER - AT ■ LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &C,
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN ALL
THE COURTS.
OFFICE—Columbia street, Opposite Hy-
rtok Hall, New Westminster, B. C.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent.
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLU MBIA   STREET*
(Opp. Ci.l.*ul.il Hotel)
N HW   WESTiM INST KM
itar Several good Farms for Sale and to
Lease. no Ul
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STBEET, ■ YH'TOIIIA.
•A-O-BiXTTS   ma
Nnrlli British nml M-wii-itHi*
(hsurunce Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & OO.,
36 Finsbnry Chens,
Loniiotl, K. C.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCKR.
Housa, Land, Court nnd
GENERAL ACENT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS.
Agent tor (lie TitAVEUKRS' \1»U-
ANCK CO.. (if lliirtronl. Mint.
Kew W.-.millet re B. C.
C, M. MAU&HTM,
wat m\m & KMim
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
WATCHES, OLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND SILVER PLATED WARE
For Sale.
All kind, nl Klll.ll nnd SIM Kit JEW.
KI.KW   until,' lo tirilr-i1.
ETRUSCAN COLORING, GOLO&SILVER PLATING.
Knunurirfrnl   Mill   Welding   Blnir,  B
rtpptftilly.
."•fr Wrttchcs   nml  .Tcwelry  cnrcfully
ropniri'iL 01,1 Oolil nnd Silver liought.
jny4to
Evcrj- Man to his Own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(ON'. OOI.OXIAV *r*0TP*,),
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Phy-irians' Frc«cTfpll<*na nnd Family lU'clpes a Spetlalt)'.
N. Bv — Only Cfenafno Drags user],
Over twenty years' .xfAsrlonce.    mr23
HUM
■MM
CHARLES E. WOODS,
LAND SURVEYOR,
REAL  ESTATE  AQENT,
Conveyancer & Accountant.
HUNTS,   DEBTS,  4(.,  (MIEOTKB,
tonus Negotiated, nnd it General
Agency Business transuded.
MIKNT FOK THK .
fhcnll Fire insurance Companr or
Brottltltn, ami the
EiniltuliK* life tMIHMflfc Society
of Ike (nlterf M«fci.
C'OIIWBIA nturtT,
NF.W  WK8TMIN8TKR,   B, C.
V.. 0.. Box W.
BROTHERS,
Commission liorU
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS IN-
GROCERIES
-Jk.xax»-
PROVISIONS,
WHARF SSTItF.ET.
VICTORIA, B.C.
Having est&Mifihc'l llusinvss in the above
Linen und by
RECENT IMPORTATIONS
Eufopenii k Eastern Markets
We (IH prcprtred to fill orders to the
Tnule in the fplltffVlhj (ioods:
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,
BAOON,
LARD,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
('untile!-, (lice, s-rnp. Clieese>
Dried.'ftiils, fanned tfflfltls.
Viiieifni*. iSitklns Powder,
Soap,
Goal Dili
Cocoa.
Poar! Barley,
BA*3r
BR- GtfS,
mmm paper,
?im BAGS,
And all other Goods in the Grocery and
Provision Line.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is railed to the nnilofflotttf Goode, on
wliich the moat L1BKRAL WDUCE-
MENTS will i« offtwd to tho
Trade, a. *e ate
SOLE
GOOD AS C0t» BAK1X6 fOWDLB
Tho Drat awl Cheapen*.
BEACON  LIGHT  COAL OIL,
Water White and Pure,
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being   tlie Largest Size and Best
Tohaceo.
Our Goods are Guar
ranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT THIS—
lOWESf MANET RATES.
NEW fISCHEt)tlLE
■t?V"A.C3rE*e
. —FOR—
WHITE  LABQR
—as- Thk—    : "';;'
t. *' UitJ   lit  lingl
Canadian Pacific Railway
,   r—IN— 1(1  I      ■''<
BRITISH COtfJtoMA.
Overseers  . .$12", 00 por month,
Rock Foremen... .53 00 to J/1 00 1? ilay
&rth I'orClneil,,. 2 25 to   3 00    "
Bri.lge forolliett., 8 00 "
Bridge Carpenters',
1st class  $ 50 "■
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd clan  i 60 "
Jinsons i 60 to   3 50    "   .
Blacksmiths,    1st
class   3 00 "
BinckBiniths,   2nd
class   2 50 "
Blacksmith Help'
ers  1 50 to   i 6ft "
Criiicrs  1 75 to 2" 00 "
LaljuftTS  1 50 to 1 f5 "
Hewers..;,..,,,, 2 50 to 3 00 "
Choppers ,,. I 50 to 2 SO' "
Ail outside iatior 10 hours per day.
Ail Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed!
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will  l,e convenient
along the Line.   Board—$4 per week.
It will not he compulsory for Employees to hoard in the Company's Houses.
Wages will lie pnid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A.  ONDERDONK,
Gkxeual MANAfiKK.
Office ov thk Con th actors,
Canadian Vac'Ikh* Railway,
Ynlo, March I, 1881.
DR. SPINNEY & CO.'S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DU. NPI-VAEY, \4\\ knnvn m'tln Un*
.lcrcil tlie M-nitiiial, CO. K.) Mt*illin1 Itirtl.
till*, mxl lull- I'riif-Hot.iiM.I tlio SI'INNKVVIUB
INI'lllMAItVy -rtunlil   must  vi>-,i-i*tliilly  |ii.'<>,iii
111*   f-Mirllt-*   iilflt  till' fltftCtC'l IZUIll'-'lUv,  (tint    llU
Mill CM,titilit11-* to In-Sil rlirnnlc unil HeiYiiiiM ilix-
Him*iI u'ilh 'ftf-nitiillck-it sifciwjiw.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
tlctiifiiilntr tJint prcwnitltlliNtlnlj In tlio tlilef ill
tlllli-o
ClomSAND BE HEALED.
It nmfi'■*'■■ not wlmt jroiir ttMnlild* toiiv ]w, coin*
hM let Hi*' Doclm* uximiin* j-oiir ft'ifc-j It will
runt vmi ii*'Olios fix* i''iti"il!tittiim, hu |ilc:nm mil
ni.'t (•alii-fj .vmir-itilvcs wliVtln-r ll-n iVtoi* iui.Iit-
■triiirl*. yfflr'(•iiid. It In* ntii cmi* v*m In- -.till tell
ton Mi If H"t.- li" will Ml v«u Hi it.- fur lit- will
'Clot nn.frffor.*' ii crf-'c tOthttr lit- li> ■■'mlMi-iit of i'l-
liMtlNttlipW.
I'nillcM nt ii 'IM;iti'-i* VVlfdilni! tlV'.Hiii'lit. In
ft'inllitii **& 'imi 'i inHi-iili* .le-wlt'l^n of llii'ii
honl'lm will iweivo hi r* turn n lUtl mmm ot
ll'i-jftlfli'llt   -H-NIVI'lj [l')(tK0ll  *<i ll» tint (*) I'Xclll- CU-
rlosltv.
|)ll. SI'lNNKYwill *-H:ir«nt«T to ftufnit Kivr
Hnmtrc.1 Uollnrs lor .-wt.v t:.n*> ..f ntiy Idii.t or
ulnirnrtiT B'tilcli lit* iHnli'i-hirii'** niVil fill* t» mn*.
I'. H.—Hor JIhiuiuvm i.r k|..iiI *t unUn*,'. n full
runr'i- "I iiiwt:,'.iii.*«. Hiillkii-nt lor n run*, w^tli
nil liiMti'iictlnnn, wlfl Iii1 somt In mv mtilr.'.-'H mi
ri!c.-t|>t of lift
Cull ur Ailtinw
1>r. SIMXX'F.Y to IO.,
Ot>S*l*l|      S'ui 11 Kenrnoy-st, .^nn t'littiiclMMi.Qi!,
NOTICE OF
OREGON PRINCE
\\JllA, ifXm fOll ffelCK
VV tltirltig the season o( (fiSiJ, on
the Tumi of tho tindpi-attfii^fy Cliilli-
wtinck. nml at Lntiyluy, Unlnnr's Lnntl-
injf, Hii.l Maple liitlgo.
O'liE'JtJN I'lHNRB wns fouled in Oregon:
will he (J yenrs old in if Ay; is «, dappled
gray; Htnluls 17.? hnnds high; weiglm Wl"5
lhH. at present, will weigh iihnut 18SI)11ib.
during season; Is very gentle, very fast
wnlkct;,* flood trotter, and a nowerftil
liffflifr fh" liatTicte'. He was shed byW.
My*6f'B Imported l^ercheroff — "White
iVffi'cfi."   Ohkho-s' f'liiN'i.'K ft'on second
Evi/v at the Vieffiffa Agi-ieultitrtil Fair
1st NovuiiiliiT, inul is the' largest horse
on the iiiiiinliii.f? tif Britisli' CtdtunMn.
TKRM8-$10,. $15, nnd 320.   jMbcttoj
from u diHto'ffce sending nmres will he
entitletl to free pasturage for one lYi'mitli.
R. HTKVKNSOfT,
jnyMtc Chilli wlrnek.
BUSINESS NOTICE
NOTICfE M HKUKBV (UVEN,
tlntt the lliiainos. honitnlofo onrricil
on under tin, inline of R, W,, tfemie & Co.
on Uolumitih Street, No* Westminster,
will from till, ilnte lio carrieil ,0n under
tho Mine of TRAPP BK08., tltW having
pui'ohHHiid the Bhovo-namea Hiwinehs,
assuming all liahllitie. and cofteoting all
aceotlnta due the late firm.
TRAPP'BROS.
ALL ACCOUNTS duo the late Arm
of R. W. Deano a Co. must ho paid to
the nndenlgned within thirty days from
the date of this notice.
TRAPP BROS.
March 33, 1883. mli35
WILLIAM McCOLL
t>EOS.' TO INPdRflJl ft^UW* :
I( )   ons patrons that lie has. removed
luS Bnsinesa to     ■' '•■■■ ■' ■-' ■" "■ ' ■■
Hplbook's RtoneBuilding
(N'EXT TO THlFiiANK),""
Where' will he found, lis usual, a coni-'.
ploto assortment of
GEOOERIE*4V
PROVISIONS,
And a fine' line of
ilrj Cflods'tieiiis' Furiilsliins
(ioods, &c. Ac.
Which wffl'W.old nt tiie LOWKSf
POSSIBLK PftlCKS for Cash.
He thanks Ills friends fHr their past
lihcrnl patronage and hope, for a con-'
tiliiiniice of the fiiuiie. 'mhl ' '
H. W. HUGHES,
NEW WEfffJUNBTEfl, B.0.    *
^.a-*Bi3srT jTos,
Turnnt" Wrtkly Mnll $1 nd
TonmtotVpcklvOloli*  i off
Mnntrcnl Hiruld A Wcr-1,]** St:ir \ Off
Moiitrcil Wm-ltlv WHVigm  1 Iff
New Yuri: Weekly Whiitm I M)
Sclnitiflc Anierinin  a 26
fcoMluli Aniertrntt Jnttrnnl *} 00
X. Y. llenil.l, WiirM. Sn'il, Ac 1 ]rf
^iili l-'riim-ini'i.ltiillptiii       2 M)
Huriii*i,,i* Mi.fint*lrin fiml Wir-lOv, mtrli  4 00
0-*,li.*>'i, UttiGH' ti«»k 2 ni(
Pun Franc nro Wci-ltlv rn'll I K
Frank JMh'o I'nMkntl,,,,, -,t I'iiMNImt'i l'rlr«.
(Jen. finrM.l'-t I,if»< t8'00 to HI M
Gltvan'H Uft  j f,rf
And nny ptlior r«pfi» or Miicnxtni*** of 1rnin>rt*inr«'
III CaiiBih or hi 111.- Unltnl Slitlr*. Tin* ttlillMIli
KortHi nm « l->t "f nunln rtn'tl .iilnntii, yinlblr M thtt
MiT-liniiirVlnNtitn*.!. Tlie nlinTa nre nil-'fTcmlit-
tlin HitiiiB I'rii-i'.* cliiirp-d hy linliliKlii'i-u, m, 1|ii
moiier ynn n*i|)ly ttic winnor (lir- [miwr will nrriM.
Aililrea/t, nt mini,
HKNItYW.IjllnnRS, Afifnt,
mill New W«flMii,nst#r, B.C.
92- A-jenl for lleiuly'n I'liWiM nml Orgnim.
ESTABLISHED   IN   1862.
LP. FISHER'S
w h-w-s pApbb
DYERTISING
mil ■=■*• j^j mzz ■ w*
Unoms ai and 21, florflimit*.' Ki-'
change, (iillfonilif hi., S. ¥., Cnl.
A
Nii—AnvniiTisisu solicited"
,     fur nil llpWKpllllBM r/tlhlf-'lle.l nil thp hiclflc
CiMMt, tin* Siunlwiih' IhtiuViH. I'olyneilii, Muxlt-un
1'orlN, ruminiii, Vnl|mrni.Tn, .lii|iim, China,'N#w'
/.(iiilninl, llm A-'-*tr;i|iiiri CiitoalcM, the Knitern'
Stnt';s nml Klirojin. Filerf of ni-nrly i-teryiinnis-"
imjiirr imhlleliuil oil tlirf Pnctfto Oonut »re kept'
ciinitnnily on Imml nnt) nil mlvm then »r-
iilluwtil true MCtOgJ to thnn durlnif liUHiueni limiu.
i flleat tbf
To DrsRASHS, Com'(*la!Kts «nd AcctomtTS
which H AiiVAi-n's Yi*i.i.ow Oil U niartn*
ti'-d to cu.c or relieve cither in Man or
llitAST.
TAKEN IMTERKULY rt»
CROUP,
COUGHS,
CRAMPS,
SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA,
COLDS, Ac.
miKt EXTEMMILT FCS
RHEUM.ITISM,
NEURALGIA,
CHILBLAINS,
CALLOUS LUMPS
SWELLINGS,
STIFF JOINTS,
GALLS,
FROSTBITE,
LAMENESS,
CORXS,
VONTRAC1IO-NS
BRUISES,
LUMBAGO,
ITCH,
DEAFNESS,
PAIXINBACK,
SPRAINS,
VAlXlnSIDE,Jst,
Every bottle cuaranleed to give utiiCae.
tion or money refunded,
DlimiMSWITH lAOM'IOTTU, nieiasa,
X.MI*3*JElTS.{IO.,Ppoprii)toM
TOItONTO, OUT.
J
iiV li ir\r ftttWl
;.   /       .    rv_      .- l.-"ll]l-Vl'l'.f|lllilij;i
• 'ur*- tor Nerv.
mi-.hfliiljiv.Ex-
liniisii-tl A'itnlitr
ol nnvkin tl,
Wciikiifsji, |?«r-.
ul.VKitl. nml nil,
the terrililf pf-
'ictint.MiutliluI1
follii**,, mill rt.
c i*.*',s In  muiiirt-r jfnrs,
UK. MIXTIK will   piurpp to  forfrl*
KUtf HtiiMlrt'd BttWnrn f«r«ttic of
h.iP kimi iin* Vltftl BfSioriltlTO (nmi.*r
Mn H|iii'iHl uilritc unil iri-iitiDeiitjwillrtnt
<-iin-, nr Inr uiiytliltf/ imnnre uriiijiirimiB
tintml in it. DR. MINTIK'^nUttil !)li-
«'»*tfB    pii*>tjMfftil[)   «lilicnit    mrrrnrjr
CoiisuHatfon free.  Tiioron-iii Pit-mi-
nnliKti imi iM|i*iti>. Sr>*oo hlrro'Tltlf
Itl'KloratlTtV $:» W> » tibHlr, or four'
tiini'i* ilic f|H.in*ity. $111*00; nettt to nny
iililr.'sn ii|'tm n**i***i|it ol'|iritv, nr(M) !).,
r>>>cti[(> tnim ob'stcrviiiioti, nml in private
niime if deau'otl, l.v A.* K. HINTIK.
H. IK
TIiohi- who runnoi visit DR. HllCTIl!
in Hun Frrfftcii-cn stimilil fff-ml n lull and
inititiie striiprtieni ol ihv'tt iroiiliies with
$25 00, iind in return n full rniiree of
Medicine will bt forwitfU'il. locurflr
finvkoif, ao as not to ixritt* ciirioaity.
All orders lor mnllclr.** 0.0 h. mint
lip ti.'i'frftipiuiifil with iTi 00 (iir 11 pun**
itntff of iro»d fnlih), which will bade-*
dueled when thai pttrknut- ia shipped,
SAMPLE BOTTLE fRRR -Sent" orf ■
Hppllmtion iiy Inter 8t.itin*j; iytnptomi,'*
M>n ntid ngp.   Cnminttnicnttona sir idly
■•m.(M**nliiil jn.v31-ly ,
II Hntruey Hlrtri, H»A Kmnrliro. fal.
NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS.
A COURT OK RKVMON Will,
lio Imlil in tho l'tililic RuhooMionso,
Miiplr Kiilgu, on tho llth ilny of Mny.
1882, at 1 o'clouk p; tn., whon nornon.
olijocting to tlieir aamissmont. will bo
hcnril. '"
JAMIS8 WM. SINCLAIR,
I'link to Municipality •
Mnplc Ridge, Mnri-h 13, 188?.    mhl*

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