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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—is VDniWREn—
Eierj' Wednesday & Saturday,
ROBSON BROTHERS.
Off ICE, COLUMBIA STRUT. Entmhoe Tt Em-
THIMLAND BUilHElr) DEP/tllTMENT THROUGH T. R.
PlAIIIIS *C0'J. BMX & STATIOHEaV STIIIIE.
TEKMH>.tly Meil, myelin $150 l'er Onion.;
tl for3inoe.i tiitf.l'leinr-AiWe.nco. Delivered
hy Carrier orCAgfent, ft per qtmrter, paynblo
quarterly to Carrier nr
AOENTS:
T. N. Nihih k Co. Viotoria.
Wm. Hmsiioh Y*u.
I. P. FISHER Ailrerthlag Arrant, 21 Herclmnt'a
Kxcliantre, Bail Fjnuicl.cu, isautlerUeUtu receive
Arlrertlaenieat, fbr tlli*|»|!er. •-'
*!<**"*
Iht irtfeli Columbian.
H.t.nlsy MornlnK, June IO, iwn.
Onr Hall Grievance.
Solomon, or Rome other wise man,
lias said, "There is a point beyond
' which forbearance ceases to be a virtue." .That point we conceive to
| have been reached, in the matter of
t the performance of the mail service
between Viotoria and New West-
'minster. No*, long' ago we alluded
to the extreme dissatisfaction felt by
> business' men in respect of the manner in wliich freight is handled, and
we took occasion to point out that
the remedy was very-much in their
own hands, and that the steamboat
owners were to a great extent entitled to do their business to suit
themselves. With the mail service,
however, tho case is entirely dilTer-
pnt. The Company have undertaken
i'a contract to perform that service
S>r the sum of $5,000 a year, and
the terms of the contract require
that it shall be performed by a fit
And proper steamer which shall make
-not less than ten miles an hour from
Wharf to wharf, including all stoppages. Their schedule time for leaving Victoria for this port is now 7
Vclock in tho morning. The distance for the purposes of the contract is rated at seventy-live miles,
'although in reality nearly ten miles
'less. They scarcely ever arrive
here earlier than 5 o'clock. It is
'yioro often 0 nnd even 7 o'clock. On
(Wednesday last it was nearly eight.
'Tlie average for some time buck will
lie in tho neighborhood of 6 o'clook,
jr eleven hours, when the contract
requires it to be dono in not less
..linn seven and a half hours, and in
Veality.it should bo dune in six
Soul's. To say nothing at all about
ihe woarisomness of the trip to pas-
-iengers, is it reasonable to expect
ithat people ih business will tolerate
such outrageous goings on — such
"higrant disregard of the public interests 1 Just think of it. Running
at a less-speed than six miles an
lour when the terms of the contract
•equire ten ! The contractors were
frdered to. leave Victoria for New
Vestminster at 7 o'clock, instead of
1, in order that the mails miylit ar-
.'ivo here an hour earlier. They ar-
live an hour later! Look at Micron
equences. The mail reaches hero
tjt 6, sometimes 7 o'clock, occasional
if near 8. The delivery takes place
M three quarters of an hour or in
A hour afterwards, and the mail
jioses hefore you can read your lot-
»rs, much less reply to them I Then
fee how different it would lie if they
Kmo in the contract time, Just
ink, realizc,,if you can, the mails
iriving at 2: 3IJ instead of 0 or 7
''clock, tjni^t right, what possible
xcuse, have the Company to violate
lie terms of the contract and trifle
.'ith public interests in this extra
Irdinary fashion! Why docs not the
provincial Inspector do his duty iu
liis mntteri If lie takes (he trouble
look at tbe reports from this office
io must be aware of how flagrantly
[he contractors are trampling upon
,.» conditions of the contract; and
|e feel assured that if he did his
iuty the matter would be remedied.
a there another mail contract in the
T«viuce, in the wide Dominion,
rested as loosely as this 1 If tho
ontractors have not got steamers
apable of making more. than six
iiles an hour, let them provide
hemaelvea with such, or else confess
leir incompetency and throw up
ie contract But they have the
learners. Even the old, used-up
interprise would bo seen coming
imping in at 1 o'clock, instead of 7,
there were an opposition boat after
ir. It has not been forgotten how
fferent it was four years ago, when
e Hunt wits mailing in opposition,
ten tho Enterprise used to leave
ietoria at 6 arid reach hero between
and 3 o'clock, A little more coal
II do it. In tho name of the whole
minunity, in tho name ot tho
tvelling public, we call upon the
ipeotor to do his duty, and to do
British Columbian.
VOLUME 21
NEW WE8TMINSTE-E, -B. C, SATTJBpAY, JUNE 10, 1882.
NUMBER 46
it at "'once; nnd we give ..him 'fair
warning that if he does not*, effective
measures will be taken for the purpose of having the state of affairs
properly represented at head quarters. In this matter forbearance has
ceuseil to be a virtue, and there shall
be no more of it. The public interests and convenience must bo properly respected.
rSckntific (-UtfartUiing.
?
Prof. H. E. Roiicoe hta obtained
ovidence disproving tlie existence of
the supposed now metal phUtippium.
In several instances, tht Inst of February of the present year, an extraordinary hitfh death rato has been recorded in London during periods of
exceptionally dense fog,
An English gentleman lias exhibited
a hyacinth which, in consequence of
being under 11 stone, had blossomed
six inches below the surface of tho
ground. The leaves were white, but
the flowers wero n deep purple.
A largo fortune of several million
francs was left by M. Henry Giflard,
the eminent engineer, who recently
died at his home m Paris, to the
French Government 'for uso in promoting the progress of scientific discovery.
An examination nf dogs after the
administration uf arsenic showed Dr.
E. Ludwig* seventeen times ns much of
the poison in the liver as tn the bruin.
He hns concluded that in all cases the
liver absorbs moro of tho poison thflit
any other organ, from whioli it would
appear that the liver is tho bent part to
examine in cases of criminal poisoning.
The tensile strength of gltss has
been shown to be between 2,000 and
11,000 pounds per square inch, nnd the
crushing strength between 0,000 and
10,000 pounds per square inch, By
trials a short time ago, M. Traulionie
found tliat llooring-glnss, mie inch
square aud one foot between tho end
supports, breaks undor a load of 170
pounds.
The wrecks of vessels on British
coasts have shown a steady reduction
in number from 1805 for tlie year ending with Juno, 1877, to 801 for tho
year ending with .Inno, 1880. A hirgt
share of this gratifying result is bo-
lieved to be due to a gradual improvement in weather-forecast ing and to a
more intelligent attention to storm
indication.).
Two microscopes—called the 'Jumbo" and tho "Midget"—formed on interesting exhibit at a rocont meeting
of a London society. The former iu
strument, probably mado about half s1
century ago, was fuitr feet and a half
high and weighed 125 pounds; while
tlie "Midget," fully equipped for
work, had a total height of only four
inches, and weighed but a few ounces.
Six of such microscopes as tho .smaller
one could be enclosed iu the eyepiece
of the larger.
From Broca's tables, including a
large umnUemf cranial measurements,
the average weight of the brain is
found to he about 47 ounces in men
and 40 ounces in women. Tho greatest weight is attained between the
ages of thirty and thirty-five among
men, nud a littlo earlier among women. After the ago of fifty.fivo the
weight rapidly diminishes, and at the
ago of eighty tho average decrease has
amounted to throe and one-half ounces,
although the loss sometimes amounts
to ns much ns nine ounces. Broca
considered form to he of moro importance than weight in estimating the
comparative intellectual capacity of
individuals.
Camels live from 40 to 50 years
horses average from 25 to 30; oxen
about 20; sheep, 8 or 0; and dogs, 12
to 14. Concerning the ages attained
'by non-domesticated animals only a
few isolated faots are known. Tin
East Indians believe that the life-period of elephants is about 300 yean,
instances being recorded of theso animals having lived 130 years in confinement after capture at an unknown
age, Whales are estimated to reaoh
tho ngo of 400 yean. Somo reptiles
are very long-lived, an instance being
furnished by a tortoise whieh was confined in 1(133 and existed until 1753,
when it perished by au accident. Birds
soinotimes reach a great age, tho eagle
and tho swan having been known to
live 100 years. The longevity of fishes
is often remarkable. The carp has
been known to live 200 years; common
river trout, 50 years; and the pike,
00years; whilo Owner—n Swiss naturalist—relates that a pike caught in
1497 boro a ring recording the capture
of the same fish 267 years before. Insects are very short-lived, usually completing tho term of their existence in
a few weeks or mouths, Somo even
perish within a few hours after emerging from a grub state, and die on the
very day of entering upon their new
life, As a general rule, not to be applied too closely, larger types of animals live longer than smaller.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B
OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps aud Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria, B. C.
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN,
DEALEE   IK
GENERAL MEROHAHDISE
GRANVILLE, B. I.,
MORTON   HOUSE,
SPENCE'S BRIDGE,
On Sunny Side at Thompson River.
THE ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
open for tile accommodation of tlio
Public, anil the proprietor will endeavor
to deserve a fair sharo of patronage.
The very best of Wines, Liquors and
Ciqahs will always bo kept.
C.   MORTON
July I, 1881. anil
Contractor and Builder.
PLANS nnd SPECIFICATIONS CAKE.
FIIUY M'UK OUT.
ALSO Alir.NT  r'Olt TIIK
Asphalt Roofing Company,
Tins is the BEST and CHEAPEST
Roofing now in nae. Call and examine
model roof.
Kit' Shop comer of Mackenzie k Clark-
son Streets, New Westminster,    apl'2
FIRE INSURANCE.
Are you a martyr to headache 7 Suffer
no longer, A remedy In found in Burdock Blood Bitters. It regulates tha
Bowels, cleanses tlie system, allays nervous irritation and restores health and
vigor.   Sample bottle 10 cents,
. Thousands sutler untold miseries from
Nervous Weakness, pain in the back,
and other distressing symptoms arising
from disordered Kidneys. Burdock
Blood Hitters is the Sovereign remedy.
Trial bottles 10 cents.
All those painful and distressing dis-
caseH and irregularities poeuliar to tho
female t$x tnay be promptly tured by
Burdock Blood Bitters. It regulates
every organ to a healthy action,
TIIE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated witli Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, ■ £-2,000,000 SlerllD-*
Risks accepted at  Current Kates of
Premium by
JOHN C. BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster,
Columbia St., New Westminster.
SELLING OFF I
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
TIIK KNTtHE STOCK Ol*'
Furniture   Pictures,   Mouldings,
Wall I'»|)er» and Undertaken'
(ioods,
In the Store lately occupied by David
Withrow,
Orders for Goods whieh arc not on
hand will bo filled from Victoria on short
notice,
For furthor particulars, apply on the
premises, Columbia Street, New West
minster, or to
J.   SEHLi,
Victoria, I). C.
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
SAW   FltJMi.    KEY   FITTIMi.    LOCK.
SMITH, <l1illiU «iioi:k»,
St'lSSOKS Nil IIII'I.VKII.
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned nnd Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Sale.
I iiiitn-lln*- lie mini, ami (ienrrnl Repair*
lilK llPillly lloiir.
Ammunition of all kinds, A full assortment of Re-loading Tools, aud everything
required by a Sportsman. Rifixs, Shot
fiiiSH, Rbvolvhhs, and Fimiisu Tackle
for sale, d24y
ADVANTAGES OF THE
GOAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils of Petroleum
lor Illuminating Purposes:
THE BEACON LIGHT is
on Oil of High Test with a light gravity,
which makes the Oil a protection against
explosion.
One Ordinary Burner gives n(Brll>
Hint) Light equal to Ten Candle
lights 1
Its odor Is not olTensive.   The Beacon
Light Oil la
FREE  FROM SMOKE & SMELL.
In point of Economy, the Beacon Light
Oil ii
ikmh »\i'i:\hivi: nm oriiMt oiu.
The Consumer limiting one light—for
Four Hours—will not consume over Ono
QUI, or bno thirty-second part of a Gallon, which does not tax tlio Ouusumer
more than Two Cents for a whole night.
GPPEXHEIMER BROS.,
lei Sole Agents, Victoria, B.C.
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM ■
HEATH0RFS
Boot k Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the now Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbiaBt., New Westminster.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite tho Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER. '
THB LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND-*
MUSICAL IISTRUMfflS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A tine A assortment; from §25 to ?G0,
—AT—
BAtiiVALL & CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
GOYERXHENT STREET,  YICT01IIA.
J. BAGNALL,
FiAMivoKTi; it OkoaxTuxeii k Repairer
I'lJIlE CLYDESDALE STALLION
W&Sn,
"GLENGARRY."
FIRST PRIZE AT OREGON STATE
und District Fairs, Dam ami Sire
imported from Scotland; color, bright
dappled bay; height, 17 hands; weight,
1800 llm. Will make the season at owner's farm near Victoria.
TBBMSa
Season—$30, due when Mare sent.
Insurance—$40, due when Maro in
foal.
Mares served at risk of owners.
Marks fuom Mainland met at Steam-
er at Victoria aud returned to same; no
extra charge whatever.
JL-XstZO
"YOUNG HAMBLETONIAN"
From "Pathfinder" Marc, to a few Ma rea
at $25 the season.
J. D. PEMBERTON,
ftp 12 Victoria, Box 245.
SEVEN THOUSAND!
AOBES
DYKED LANDS
FOR SALE.
Tlio undersigned oiler
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PRICKS.
Liberal Terms nf fnymenl given lo
Bonn fldo Scttli-rn.
These Lands aro of excellent quality,
and a large portion of them is ready for
the plough.
WOODS k TURNER,
New Westminster,
E. M. JOHNSON,
V ietoria,
C. B. SWORD,
Riverside,
lu'lily rccomronwlcd
i*    lllllou-tnr*-.**.,
Hcti-l-Achr,   •Ton***
=== Mlp.it inn, Indlgrii-
:i (ten, >:|/.'t»i'sn, licit rt burn,
nml hithiIi. loMofAp-
1 tii'iUi'. .limndlrr, Un of
■■■isierv, ;;,>*ir wttnimrli, l.lverlnni-
I'tliit.'.T -my Hlm-tH arising from thoStom-
■ ti, Ifb-in-Jnor Hi'-ii'i-*.*-. They tiro enfo,
I'M hiitl thin-oti;;!t In their action. PromltoS
ROYAL  OITY
9 M CO,
F
izixan-rxiiii
HATE ON HAND AND AEE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALL DKSrjIUPTIO.VS OV—
Rougli k Dressed Limber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Pln-ilii-*, Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Shaping,
And nil kimls of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
HSU  OASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Ma.vaceie,
J.K. PLEACE&CO.
IMrORTKItS ANt> DEALERS IN
STOVES,
BANGES,   toC, toC,
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full nssnrtmcnt constantly on linnd, at
the LOWEST MARKET HATES.
Tinware manufactured on tlie premises,   .fobbing promptly attended to,
IIOLKKOOK'B STOVi; KM Mil Mi,
Sen* WrMtlilnaler,
GO TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET   YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
BOOTS AND  SHOES OF EVERY
description ninde to order, and repaired, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
—TO    A—
MLsvar-B   boot.
Tlio highest CASH price [mid for HIDES
JAMBS ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
OrposrrR the Hank.
IMPERIAL
FERE INSURANCE COMP'lf.
I Oi-d Broad St. and 16* Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wiircs, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Kanniug Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, nud tlio
Cargoes of such Vessels ; also, Ships building aud repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
floods on board such Vessels, throughout
flrent Britain and Ireland aiul in Foreign
Countries,
PROM 10SS OR DAMAGE HV FlhX
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,000,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can Iii! obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for Now Westminster.
COLONIAL
HOTEL
COLUMBIA STREET,
New  Westminster, B. C,
HAVING PURCHASED,,AND
completely re-furnishou unil
otherwise greatly improved this
well-known establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce that it is
now
OPEN
For tho reception of Guests,
Conviently located and well appointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all the mo*** modern appli-
nnecs, tt will be found in every
respect the best, as it is the largest
and most commodious, Hotel on the
Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best
management both as regards cTIsine
and attendance, and parties desiring
them can have comfortable Private
Dining Rooms, with special attendance,
Tha
BAR   ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Wines
and Liquors, and the best brands of
Cigars will always bo kept ou hand.
The
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and
provided with Stiuhle';* Patent
CUSHION TABLES,   tho best in
427" Good attendance and moderate chui'L'cs.
J. E. INSLET,
pROHUETon k MANAf.KR,
April i, 1S8*2.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD       INI.ET;
Kewly Built and Xewly Furnislicd,
largo and Commodious.
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view  of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
siits   or   no on*   vou   numr*
AS" Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNION,
PllOI'IUKTOH.
QRO RESTAURANT
COLUMBIA STUKKT,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
(ESTABLISHED 1800.)
THIS WELL KNOWN AN!) MOST
convotiiuntly located establishment,
having liccn purchased hy tho under-
signed, will Ire conducted as a FIRST-
CLASS
BOARDINC    HOUSE,
Under the personal superintendence of
Mrs. Daggett.
'imch itK m S
Board k Lodging per Week SO 00
Board alone per Week  5 00
Single Meals      50
*F Tho Mail Stages leave thia House
for Burrai-d Inlot twice a day.
S.  W.  DAGGETT.
MayO, 18S1.
W-ANT.ED:
J TOR NICOLA VAUKY-V 0001)
' Farm Hand, who can milk and
understands tlio driving nnd care of
Horses, and mako himself generally useful.   Wages—$30 per month.
Apply to TRAPP BROS.,
apis  ' Now West
in gale or to Iknt.
FOR SALE:
THREE YOKE OF GOOD WORK-
OXEN, well broken and in good
order.
For particulars apply to -^
my31 A. INNES, Langley.
FOR RENT:
THU'EAflLK HOTEL', FRONT-ST.,
New Westminster;   opposite   the
Wharf; with a License. ...       i
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
mh2'2 Land Agent.
SICKS FOR SALE.
mHK SUllSCRIBfill IfAS A KILN
.1 of excellent bricks for sale cheap.
Delivery anywhere.
T. McKAY.
New AYestluinster,
Juno 24, I8S1.
jn25
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Riverside Farm, Matsqui,
IN  WHOLE  OB PAnT,
CONTAINING THREE. HUNDRED
acres Dyked Land', of which 250 acres
could easily he put under crop for next
season,
WITH IVIIARl' 8(1 FEET FROXT, and
AMPLE llAIIX AM) OTHER
BUILDING   ACCOMMODATION,
Apply to
C. B. SWORD,
DAIEY  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 ia situated about
3 miles from the Public Ifall and Road.
Also—7ii Milk Pans,  Churn, and all
the implements necessary for Dairying,
Also—20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to
P. L. ANDERSON,
apfitc ■ Nicola Lake.
FAEM for SALE
THE UNDERSICNEI) BEING DE-
sirous, on account of failing health,
to retire from business, offers for sale his
first-class Dairy Farm, situated on Sumas
Prairie, consisting of ">'20 acres, of winch
about lfiO acres arc under fence. There
is a good Orchard on the place, Dwelling
Hoiibo, Dairy, Barus, Staolos, kc, kc.
The Dairy Stock, Horses, kc, will bo
sold with Farm if desired.
Tkums—One half of purchase money
paj*al>le at time of purchase; tho balance
at reasonable rate of interest on timo to
suit purchaser.
For particulars apply to
CHESTER. CHADSEY,
my24-Sm Sumas.
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOK
Church or Parlor.
A5-OCTAVEMnson&Ham-■
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeds,  sub-bass, octave coupler, vox hu-
miuia, grand organ, and knee swell, 8
stops.   This organ is now* used in tho
Methodist Church, and in sweet toned
and in good order.   AVill be sold for SI50
cash, ns it is intended to procure a mow
powerful one.  This is a decided bargain.
Apply to 4
'SAX. PEA11SON&CO.,
Stationers k Music Dealers,
fe4te New "Westminster.
TO    LEASE,
ON EASY TERMS FOR FIVE YEARS,
HAZELW000    FARM,
KAXTZIB,
CONTAINING   ABOUT 375 ACRES,
Situated on the Right Bank of the Fraser,
II Miles above New Westminster.
GOOD DWELLING HOUSE, STABLE, HAY
8HEO AND OUTBUILDINGS.
ThcC. P. Railway passing through tho
land will ensure a good market for produce
Four steamers a week each way can
land within twenty yards of tho buildings.
For particulars apply to
J. ROLAND HETT,
Barrister, Victoria,
Or (A, E. CORBOULD,
tny24 Barrister, New West.
FOR. SALE:
THK   UNDERMENTIONED   PRO-
potty.
City of New Westminster:
LOT 4, BLOCK 111,
" 10,        " 32,
" 12,       " 82,
" 7,       " 0,
" 12,        " 24.
District of New Westminster:
Lot 210,  Oroup  I., North shoio Port
Moody,
Lot   102,   Oroup  I.,   South sido Port
Moody,
Lot 110, Oroup I., near Hustings, Burrard Inlet,
Lot 302, Oroup I., I'olso.Crook,
Lot 110, Oroup IL, South bank Eraser
Rivor,
Lot*  147, 148,  MO, Oroup II., South
bank,-Eraser River,
,ot OHu., Oroup II., South hank Eraser
Rivor.
HKNHY V. EDMONDS,
mhlfi Land Agent. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notice B. I. Licensing Board
Special Methodist Church
Ihe ffitislt dulttmbiitn.
Batwday Hornuw, Jane IO. 1881.
Hawaiia.
A fortnight ago we published the
very able and thoroughly practical
speech delivered by Mr. Homer in
the House of Commons upon the
subject of commercial reciprocal relations between this country, or more
properly speaking, between the Dominion of Canada and Hawaiia.
This question may be said to bo
chiefly remarkable on account of the
little interest it excites in proportion
to the important interests involved.
As was very clearly and forcibly
pointod out by Mr. Homer, if such
relations were established, British
Columbia would, on the one hand,
be enabled to supply these islands
with fish, cool, lumber and other
products, while they would, in return, send us fruits and other tropical productions. But Mr. Homer
looked beyond the present—pointing
out that, with the Canadian Pacific
Railway completed, Canada would
supply them with machinery nnd
almost every kind of manufactures,
while the sugar and other products
of these islands would come here to
be distributed throughout the whole
Dominion, and perhaps to countries
beyond her own bounds. Let Canada once gain a firm commercial footing on the Hawaiia Islands and she
will not only be enabled, through
the immense advantages sho will
possess, to hold it, but these islands
would serve as stepping-stones to
push commerce to markets beyond.
There is one feature of this question
which ought not to be lost sight of.
There would be a singular appropriateness in establishing a reciprocity
treaty between two countries having
nothing that could conflict. There
is nothing which Hawaiia would
send to us that we could raise our
selves, and vice versa. In any reciprocity treaty between two contiguous countries producing and
manufacturing the same things, there
must always be mora or less conflict
of interests—articles coming in which
one could wish to keep out. In the
case before us, however, there would
be complete freedom from this drawback. It is of very great importance
to Canada, more especially to this
part of it, tiiat a reciprocity treaty
should be established with these
islands, and we have reason to hope
that the terse, practical statement of
the case made by Mr. Homer in the
Houso of Commons may have the
effect of securing for it that earnest
attention which it deseives at the
hands of the Government and which
the Premier promised it should receive during the present year.
Sir John and lhe Chinamen.
A Toronto despatch of the 5th
inst. says:—
A special to the Globe from British
Columbia says Fraser river steamers
are running to and fro with loads of
Chinese coolies for work on the Canadian Pacific Railroad. Something like
8,000 will be employed on the work
before the close of the season. The
newly arrived are reported not free
from leprosy.
At a political meeting at the Amphitheater, Sir John Macdonald said: "I
nm opposed to Chinese labor iu America, for I do not think it is for our permanent interest to bring in semi-barbarians to work out and supersede white
labor."
A voice—"How is it they do cornel"
"Well, they do come, and so do
rats. I am pledged to build the great
Pacific Railroad in five years, and if I
cannot obtain while labor, I must employ other."
Now this is all very well, and it
is doubtless reassuring to know that
Sir John is opposed to Chinese labor.
But it occurs to us to ask why Mr. On-
derdonk's offer to contribute $250,-
000 towards a scheme for introducing
the right kind of labor into British
' Columbia was not entertained by his
Government! This liberal offer was
made at the letting of the firat contract, and had it been met as it cer
tainly ought to have been met, Sir
John would not have had occasion
to excuse the employment of Chinese
labor on the ground of there being
no other available. Two hundred
and fifty thousand dollars judiciously
expended would have brought five
thousand railway workers from the
Eastern Provinces. Five hundred
thousand dollars would have brought
fivo'thousund from the British Isles,
and tbo Government would undoubt
cdly have been acting in the true interests of the country in meeting the
contractor half-way in thia case. Immigrants used to be accounted worth
one thousand dollars each to the
United States, and surely they would
be worth one hundred dollars apiece
to British Columbia just now, when
every industry 1b paralizcd for lack
of labor. Just think of the consequences had five thousand picked,
stalwart Britons been brought into
this province to do the railway work,
instead of ten thousand coolie slaves!
They would have been more satisfactory every way to the contractor,
while they would have proved immeasurably more beneficial to the
country. Spending their earnings
here and becoming for the most part
permanent residents themselves, each
would ultimately represent five added to the population, and all for
the investment of a quarter of a million. It is, indeed, difficult to understand why tho statesmen of Canada are so slow to realize the advantages nf introducing the right kind
of population—the duty of making
these enormous railway expenditures
contribute to the peopling of these
vast areas with industrious Anglo
Saxon communities, instead of allowing the country to be blighted by
hordes of Mongolian slaves and its
wealth drained off into China. But
we need not go to Ottawa to wonder. What have our own statesmen,
so-called, done towards delivering
the country from this curse. It
would now appear that they have
not even represented the case to the
Dominion Government!
Editorial Notes.
A company has been organized embracing the Duke of Manchester's Land
Company, the Hartford Land Company
of Scotland and a number of English
and Canadian capitalists, for the purpose of taking over from the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company all their immense landed interests in the North-
West, leaving tho railway company to
devote their undivided attention to
tho road, the land company managing
land and colonization. This new organization will have unlimited means
and influence at command, and the
world may expect to see such an exodus from the British Isles to the
"Greater Britain of America" under
its auspices as lias never been recorded
in the history of modern times. Still
greater energy in prosecuting railway
construction is among the probable results of this new departure.
Mr. Beaven is Premier for the nonce,
and he must find the position perplexing enough. Undeniably Mr. Walkem
was the mainstay of the administration. Ho was not by any means destitute of those qualities of head and
heart—tact and geniality—which go to
make up a successful political leader.
He does not leave a very largo stock
of these qualities in the now demoralized cabinet. It is said that Mr. Beaven is hunting for an Attorney-General,—game not easily caught under
the circumstances, one would imagine.
Any Barrister desirous of entering
parliament might well hesitate to join
a moribund cabinet. It was stated on
the streets on Thursday that the new
Premier had failed to induce a Victoria lawyer to enter, and that if he failed here he would proceed to Yale and
offer the begging Attorney-Generalship to "Lawyer Gibbs"! The Coium-
bun cannot vouch for the truth of the
story, but the fitness of things must be
admitted.
Reverting to the subject of the railway trado in the Big Bond region,
there is good ground for stating that
the company will work from the west
aa well as from the east. Commencing
at the head of the navigable water system of the interior, they will in the
very first instance construct that
twenty mile link whieh will open a
way for our trade to enter the Big
Bend region, and thus settle the difficulty. We are not oxacfly authorized
to Bay so, but we believe there is very
little doubt that this piece of work will
be commenced next year, nnd it seems
only too probable that Chinese labor
will, to a considerable extent, be employed. The commencement and progress of tho work on this side of the
Kooky Mountains must necessarily depend to some extent.upon the result
of Mujor Rogers' examinations now
going on in the Selkirk range, but we
are aware that it is the policy of the
company to make a big push with a
view to having their lino completed to
the Pacific as soon as tho Northorn
Pacific, which will probably be in 1884.
It is possible that engineering difficulties in the Big Bend country may be
of a nature to delay the accomplishment of that objeot; but it is quite
eerlain that everything that engineering skill and money can do will be
done. Such being the case, the producers in the part of British Columbia
drained by the magnificent water system to which wo referred in former
articles would do woll to make fitting
preparation for the fresh demand so
soon to be made upon them. And at
the same time the construction of the
little bit of canal to complete the water
system by connecting the Okanagon
and Shuswap lakes is all the more
urgently demanded.
NOTICE.
A LICENSING COURT WILL BE
held at Granville on tho 15th inst.
for the issue of liquor licenses for Burrard Inlet.
B. SPRINGER, J. P.
RICHD. H. ALEXANDER, J. P.
Juno 8, 1881 jnlO
NOW or NEVER
THE FLOATING PHOTOGRAPHIC
Gallery will remain only a few days
longer. Those who have work will please
calf and get It. jn7
"tenders
WILL BE RECEIVED   UP   TO
Noon of the 16th inst., for the
supplying of Meat and Vegetables to the
Royal Columbian Hospital   to the 1st
April, 1883.
Tenders to bo sent to
W. H. KEARY,
Hon. Sec.
Now West., June 8,1882. jn7
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
tlmt a Court of Revision will be
held nt the Municipal Council Chambers,
on Satubimy the 15th Day of July,
1882, At 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose
of hearing complaints, if any, against tlie
Assessment Roll for tlie year 1882.
By Order,
JAMES ORR, C. M. C.
New Westminster, June 5, 1882.       jn7
$250 REWARD!
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE
paid hy the undersigned for such
information as will lead to tho conviction of the party or parties who, on Sunday the 21st May last, started fires on
Suburban Lot 1, Block 12 (west of Douglas street cemetery), and on the ridge in
tho rear of Sappertou, whereby a large
quantity of cordwood and other property
was destroyed.
HENRY ELLIOTT,
JOSEPH WISE.
New West., June 6, 1882. jn7-lm
WANTED:
A   GIRL   TO   DO   GENERAL
Housework.
Apply to  MRS. J. CUNNINGHAM.
New Westminster, June 2, 1882.    jn3
GORDON E, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
NOTICE.
HAVING CLOSED OUT THE
"Popular Market," I desire to
thank my numerous patrons for past
favors, anrl to notify all those whose
aceounts aro still unpaid that an early
settlement is rendered absolutely necessary.
W. J. FRENCH.
New Westminster, June 2, 1882.       jn3
B. C. PENITENTIARY.
TENDERS FOR THE UNDER-
mentioned Supplies will be received
by the Warden till noon on Thursday,
June 15:
Beef per  lb.
Bread (brown)  "    "
"     (white)  "    "
"Brognns . .*  "   pr.
"Brooms  " doz.
"Blankets  "   pr.
Coal OU (best brand in the
market  " gal.
Coal  "ton.
*Syrup  "I. gal.
"Pepper  M   lb.
*Rice  "    "
"Soap  "    "
Salt (coarse)  " lOOlbs
Salt (fine)  "    "
"Tobacco  "   lb,
"Tea  ■'    "
"Vinegar  "I. gal.
"Lamp Glasses  " doz.
Salmon (fresh)  "   lb.
Salmon (salt)  "    "
"Oatmeal  "    "
"Sugar  "    "
Tenders to be addressed to the Warden, and to be on printed forms only,
which may be obtained at the Penitentiary.
Samples of articles marked * may be
seen on application at. the Penitentiary.
ARTHUR H. McBRIDE,
jn3-4t Warden B, C. Penitentiary.
Stolen! Reward!
A PLOUGH (TWELVE-INCH
Collins & Co., number reserved)
was stolen from my premises on the
wharf In front of the Holbrook House,
in this City, on Thursday night the
20th April. Five bundles of shingles
were taken at the same time.
A Reward of $io will be paid to
whoever may give such information as
will lead to the recovery of the Plough
and conviction of the thief.
WM. RAE.
New West., May 9, 1882.       myio
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOR
sale a few very Hne seed potatoes,
of tho varieties known as "Early Rose"
and "Late Rose." Price, 2 cents per
pound.
Apply to A. INNES,
aplO Langley.
BEWARD!
ON 23TH   INBT., 3 CHINAMEN
were drowned at Lytton.   f 10 will
be paid for the recovery of each body.
SPUZZUM CHARLEY,
Or KWONG LEE*CO., Yale.
my311m
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
—Impoktebs act Dealers is—
Books & Stationery,
farcy mm,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
South Side of Columbia St.,
New   Westminster,  B. C.
The largest and best-selected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on tho Mainland of British Columbia,
comprising History, Poetry, Biography,
Science, Fiction, and General Literature,
A full stock of tho Seaside Library just
received, including the latest numbers.
School Books.
All the authorized books for Public and
High Schools. Also, School Requisites
iu greatYariety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, etc.
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
aa the goods have been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable
terms, prices will compare favorably with
those of any other establishment in the
Province. Foolscap Papers, Letter Papers, Note Papers, Bdl Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, and other Papers. Home beautiful
designs in Fancy Note Pan
Fancy Note Papers from London and Paris. An immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colors and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A very large variety of Fancy Goods always ou hand, to which additions are being constantly made,
Miscellaneous.
A very large and complete stock of miscellaneous articles such as are usually
found in a stationery establishment.
Spectacle**, Eye>Glanei,
Flaying Cards, Visiting CartU*
Business Card*) Card board,
Card Caaei, Vascn, Gamei,
Inks of all kind*,
111 kilands—plain and fnney,
Photo. A1U11111 h, Picture*.,
Autograph Album*,   Toys,
Scrap Hooka, Pmrses*
Writing Di-ttki, Gold Pent*,,
Ladlei* Work Dmskt-ti.
Gentlemen** Dresnlng Casta,
Splints, Velvet Frames, too.t toe.
Pianos & Organs.
Having mado unusually favorable arrangements with some of the leading Piano
makers in Boston, Now York, Bolti
more, and elsewhere, wc are able to offer a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at little more than has heretofore been
asked fora very inferior instrument. We
have the exclusive agency in this Provinco
for the fine Pianos manufactured by Henry F. Miller, of Boston. A number of
these Pianos, imported by us, arc now in
this city, and they are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRICE
ever brought into tliis country. We are
also Agents for the Knaho Pianos, the
Steinway, the Weber, tho Decker, and
others, any one of which wo can supply ou
the most favorable tenns. We are ugents
in this province for the Dominion Organ
do's. Organ*(of Bowmanville, Out.), and
W. Bell k Co'8. Organs (of Guelph,
Out.), and the leading American Organs.
Persons Intending to Purchase
a Piano or Organ of any kind, Canadian,
American or European, will Hnd it to tlieir
advantage to communicate with us,
Sheet Music.
The largest assortment of Vocal and In*
stmmental Music to be found anywhere
on tho Mainland. Solos, duets, trios,
quartettes, chorus-*, both secular and
sacred. A Hne collection of the very best
Piano -Solus, carefully selected by some of
the It-cut pianists in the east. Sheet music
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 are agents for the North British
and Mbkuantilk Fike Insuhance Co. 1
Capital, $10,000,000; Losses paid, 825,-
000,000. Also, the Confederation Like
Association, offering the lowest rates on
the hest security of any company doing
business in Canada.
HOUSE
COMPLETE
mm ui m
600DS!
CONSISTING OF
Brocaded Silks and
Satins, in all shades,
New Ombre Trimmings,
Black to Colored Cashmeres to Merinoes,
New French Satin
Merveilleux,
Black & Colored Velveteens,
Athol Glaces,   in  all
shades,
Black Paramatta
Cloths, &c, &c.,
Oatmeal, Niagara,
Lace Stripes, Foulards,   Momies,  and
other Cloths,
White and Colored
Piques, in all the newest styles,
India, Mull, Nainsooks, to Swiss Muslins, Lace and Muslin Curtains,
New Neck Bufflings,
Silk Scarfs, Fichus,
Chenille   Necklets,
Latest   styles   in    Silk
Handkerchiefs, Silk
Cords and Tassels, in
all shades,
GLOVES,
Jerseys, in Black, Silk and
Lisle, in all shades,
TheNew Laced Kid Gloves,
A fine assortment of Feathers Flowers, Ribbons, and New Millinery Trimmings,
A good line of Hosiery,
A large stock of Men's and
Boys' Straw Hats,
Men's and Boys'Clothing
T. R. PEARSON & CO,,
Jolumblust. (befwwn 0. O. Major's »u& J»nio
Cunningham'..).
New Westminster, B, C.
IIILUXERY & DRESSUAKIXG
DONE  ON  THE  ri.EMJ.SES  IN
THE LATEST STYLES.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
Cor. Columbia « M»rj. Sis.
——
■SB-
TRAPP
BROTHERS,
SUCCESSORS TO
R. W. DEANE & CO.
WE HAVE GREAT
pleasure in announcing the arrival of our first
lot of
New Goods!
From England and the East,
which we have just received
as follows:
Per steamer "VICTORIA,"
78 CASES;
Per steamer "G.W. ELDER,"
15 OASES;
Per sailing vessel "YDCA,"
6 CASES;
Making a Grand 1 otal of.
NINETY-NINE GASES
Of NEW GOODS, consisting of
STAPLE & FANCY
DRY GOODS,
MEN'S & BOYS' '
CLOTHING,
Men's & Boys'Hats,
(IN STRAW & FELT),
CARPETS,
MATS,
FLOOR CLOTHS,
HARDWARE,
•Sec.,   &c.
These Goods we are now
opening.
COME AND SEE THEM
As we intend selling at Bed-
Rock Prices for Cash, as we
have still larger consignment*
to arrive.
Our stock is now as complete as any in town, and
our prices the lowest.
Further particulars next
week.
TRAPP BROS.
m*
1861.  1882.
THE
COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR, af
ter 21 years of mercantile life in this Oity, 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
for Cash, getting large discounts, which enables us to
sell at much lower rates than
formerly. We are determined to keep the Columbia
House to Ihe 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 us at
cheaper rates than any other
House in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer.
New West.,Feb. 8,1882.       fell
FASHIONABLE
MILLINERY
DRESS-MAKINGI
0PP. MB. (TJIM!(6H.IM*SI
Columbia St., New West.
THK UNDERSIGNED TAKES
pleasure in announcing to the La*
dies of New Westminster and surround-
ing country that ihe haa received and
opened out a line assortment of the Newest nnd most Fashionable Goads from
Han Francisco and Eastern Markets, and
she is now prepared to execute all orders
in Millinery and Dressmaking with
promptness ami care. The latest fashions
always on hand. Fancy Goods of beautiful design and workmanship. No pains
will be spared to satisfy customer!. All
nre cordially invited to call and examine
our goods and fashions. aplft
MRS. 0. A. MACDONALD.
H. MOREY
HAS OPENED THE STORE AD-
joining the City Hotel, Columbia
Street, where ho will sell, cheap for
CASH:-
Grocerles
Tobacco,
Cigars,
Candles, tie.
By careful attention to bualneaa he
hopes to merit a share of the Public
patronage.
New West., April 20,1882, ap22
NOTICE TO FISHERMEN
AND OTHERS.
THIS IB TO GIVE NOTICE THAT
the curing of Salmon Bulks,
apart from the Backs, ia not allowable,
unless the remainder of the Fish be utilized for food, either by salting or otherwise.
ALEX. C. ANDERSON,
Inspector of Fisheries.
New Westminster,
30th May, 1882. my3I-lm
BLA.MITENG
(AT BRUNETTE MILLS.)
HAVING ENGAGED. THB SER-
vlces of Mr. Jas. Spurs, and
fitted our Shop with a set of tint-cites
Toots, we are in a position to torn out
the best quality of work in this line,
myi3 DiBECKBBOS.k CO. MM*
MM
®tt f ritisk Columbian.
Hnturdnj  Morn Jim, June 10, 1HW,
PASSENGERS.
Peratcwnrrl'IUSCESH 1.0UISB, from Victoria,
June »—Mrit rwl'iy, tin Murray, Mra Staples,
Mill Wab-eter, Mine Smith. Miaa Odin, Mis*
Black, MliiQuinu, dpt K Smljli, Oapt OJlii,
Mhmn Mttrroj, Cunighlf*, Fwtor, Loro-my, U>
Clara, Arthur- tad 12 man for Oudordouk.
J. A. It* Homer will be a candidate for (he representation of New
Westminster District tn the House
or Commons, at tbe approaching
election.    -
Tho weathst* ii fine and growing
The aisint will be held here on the
21st inst
Up till Thursday the water had
risen 60 feet at Yale.
Garibaldi, the great Italian patriot
and liberator, is dead!
A movement is on foot for erecting
a monument to Gaiibaldi.
Ur. and Mrs. J. H. Turner, of Victoria, sail for England to-day.
Tha water is said to be a foot higher
at Mataqui than it waa in 1876.
If the steamship Victoria sailed, as
advertised, ou tht 5th, she is duo here
now. ■'.'■'
Canned salmon of the new pack is
1 quoted at San Francisco at 91.40®
#1.42.
Hatters in Egypt look no hotter.
■ Arabic   Pasha   defies England and
France.
According to the Standard, it was
; 00" above zero in the shade at Victoria
last week.
Guitoau's last hope of escaping the
gallows is said to hare gone, and all
his bravado with it.
The steamer Princess Louise, Cant.
Lewis, arrived from Victoria Inst eVen-
tvith freight and passengers.
The. steamer Enterprise, Ci.pt. Gardiner, arrived from Victoria yesterday
afternoon with it full freight.
Capt. Henry Smith, who went east
for his health a couple of months ago,
has returned quite restored.
As will appear from a notice elsewhere, a Licensing Court will be held
rtt Granville un the 15th Inst.
On Wednesday the steamer It. P,
Rithet made a trial trip round Trial
island, ami she did splendidly.
The Princess Louise arrived at Que-
.iec on (Saturday in excellent health,
having had a very pleasant voyage out.
The steamer Western Slope, Cnpt,
Moore, arrived from Victoria nn
Wednesday evening, passing up the
/iver.
Mrs. Witmot (wifo'of E. A. Wilmot,
Hlsq.tC. P. IU Engineer) and Miss
■Mitchell arrived from Ottawa this
Week.
The Colonist says the writs for the
Provincial elections will be issued in a
lew days, and the elections held next
..onth.
'Tho Hon"; R. Heaven, Minister of
1 inance, came up by the Slope on
Wednesday uud wont away by her yes-
ierday.
* Tho Colonist thinks Mr. McCreight,
t senior, will havo the choice, and
tiat Mr.. Walkem will have to take
'ariboo.
; The steamer Princes* Louise leaves
1 4 o'clock this morning in order to
itch the outgoing mail steamer at
jou to-day.
.Our contemporary of the Colonist
pears  disposed to exaggerate the
image  done" by  the flood on tho
Jiwer Fraser.
The iteamor Princess Louise did not
;.*ive here with tho mails on Tuesday
* 7:46 p. m. She brought about
rty passongers,
A Berlin dispatch of the 5th inst.
Prince Henry, son  of Crown
fince Frederick William, will visit
tarica in October.
[
Tho tteamer Wm. Irving, Capt. Ins
>, arrived from. Emory lost evening
h passongers, and a large number
cattle from Sumas.
Welsh, Esq.. of San"Francisco,
d family left Victoria for Burrard
et yesterday, where they will be
, guests of Senator Nelson.
Jen. Garibaldi's will orders his
Iy cremated, and the ashes preyed in a porphyry, urn near the
lb of his dead child at Caprera.
?lie Sentinel has the following sig-
jant item:—"Competent engineer-
1 is required for Railway work in
tish Columbia." What does it
in?
tVe are having quite a number of
tors from the Eastern Provinces of
They mostly come for their
1th, but generally havo an eye open
real estate.
guite a number of our citizens
jt over to Port Moody yesterday,
direct, and some via Hastings,
bngst the rest were Senator and
. Mclnnes.
Pwing to some unexplained blunder
[transmitting tho mail matter over
[railway line, the mails did not reach
pry in time to catch the steamer
•eraay morning.
i Queontto-wn dispatch of the 7th
). says tho Guion lino steamship
[ilea from   New Vork,  made the
ige in 6 days, 19 hours, and 15
jites, two  hours  faster than her
previous time, which hitbortu
Ithe best timo made across the At-
ic.
allace Ross passodthrough Toronto
kTednesday, on his way to Winni-
L  An additional 8500 have been
f sited for the race with Hanlan.
i would give no definite informa-
ju to the  postponement owing to
Bin's illness, but said he would do
light thing.
le stoamer Western Slope, Capt.
re, returned from Emory yestor-
LfternooM,: having been detained
ling unable to reach Emory on
pday on account of the swiftness
j current and the absence of good
She,   however., succeeded . in
A Oaprera dispatch of the 6th inst.
says, Gen. Garibaldi's family will obey
the injunctions of his will, and tlio
ceremony of cremation will be performed by Signer Parandiiia.
Puget Sound exchanges ' give an
account of tremendous freshets iu the
Territory, destroying much property.
The Skagit river has overflowed its
banks and inundated many farms.
We regret to learn that Mr. Cot-
terell, contractor for the 0. P. Railway piles, has boen laid up for some,
time, having poisoned his hand while
working at his camp at Port Moody.
The local organ, in its last issue,
made a very uncalled-for allusion to
the bald-headedness of the Minister
of Finance. What's up i* Is the contortionist preparing for another spring ?
Tho criminal prosecution instituted
against Gen. Rosser by the 0. P. R.
Company for alleged wrongfully withholding certain maps, Ac, failed, and
it is said the General will sue for damages.
The Pope on hearing of tho death of
Garibaldi remained silent awhile, then
raising his eyes* to Heaven, said:—
''There has gone another figure of
revolution. Oh, Godl be merciful to
him."
President Arthur has been kindly
informed that unless he recalls the
Minister at the Court of St. James
and obtains the release of imprisoned
Irish-Americans, his lifo will pay the
penalty.
Harvest prospects in the counties of
Longford, West Meath, Roscommon
and Kings, are excellent. Rents nre
being paid everywhere, and a reduction
equal to that made in land courts is
being mado overywhere.
W. H. Adams ond J. Goldstone, of
Victoria, have, after a very lengthy
examination, been committed to stand
their trial for being concerned in emery-
powdering opposition sewing machines.
Fletcher is after them.
Ex-County Court Judges Spaulding
and Ball have been appointed arbitrators under tlie Railway Act, to determine the value of land taken for mil-
way purposes from private' owners,
and they are now in this city.
Davitt, in a speech at Liverpool,'on
the (ith inst., said he watt in favor of
the land becoming national property.
He considered the soil of Ivolmid
should be purchased for tenants for
£140,000,000 government bonds, repayable iu CO years.
Methodist Church—Rov. E. Robson pastor. Service at 11 a. m. and
7 p. m. Sunday School at 2:30 p, m.
Special sermon to young men to-morrow evening. Seats freo; strangers
cordially invited. Service at Port
Moody at 2:30 p. in.
The extent of Mr. Gladstone's concession in tho matter of the Arrears
Bill can only bo roughly estimated.
If tho calculations formed aro true,
the aggregate of arrears of rent due to
landlords by tenants unable to pay
thoir debts is sot down as about §30,-
000,000. Ou this basis the tenants
will pay, under the now bill, $10,000,-
000; the Government will contribute
one year's rent from the residue of
the Irish Church Surplus Fund—that
is another $10,000,000, and the landlords will have to put up with a loss
of $10,000,000. The Irish Church
Surplus Fund will be exhausted by the
Government contribution, which will
have to bo further supplemented by a
payment of an additional $2,500,000
from tho Consolidated Fund. The
tenants' arrears will thus be wiped out,
and the landlords, instead of getting
no rent, will find themselves the losers
only of a third. A loss of at least this
amount was in any case inevitable
after three bad years of scarcity, and
as this loss was largely computed on
the basis of rack-rents, it may bo
written off as about that of a quarter
only, aud not of ono-third.
Wants to Know.
A correspondent 'way down in Texas
says: "There are a lot of us down here
looking out for a good place to go to
as soon as this road (Mexican Pacific
R. R. Extension) is finished,1' and asks
tht following questions, to which we
shall supply answers ns we proceed:
Are the chances for a workingman
good ?   Yes.
What is the rate of wages ? Ordinary
labor $40 a mouth and board, woodmen from $50 to $60. On the railway
a good class of laborers can get from
82 to $2.50 a day, with plenty of room
for all comers.
What are your principal industries ?
Lumhorintr; fishing; funning; rail way-
building; coal-mining.
What can a good team of horses be
bought fori   From $350 to $450.
_ Fob Port Moody.—On Thursday
the steamer Ado, Capt. Rogers, towed
round to Port Moo'dy Mr. McMullon's
two large scows, laden with about a
hundred thousand feet of tawed lumber from Webstor's mill, for the railway work going on there.
"Thb mosquitoes are eating poople
alive without pepper, salt or mustard,
at New Westminster." — Colonist of
Thursday.]
Take that back Mr. Colonist. It it
utterly incorrect. New Westminster
is remarkably free from the pest.
Rescued!—Last week two sailors
belonging to the ship Athlon attempted to run across from Hastings to
Moodyville in a canoe. When about
midway the canoe capsized. Mr. John
Fannin promptly went to thoir rescue
in a boat and brought them safely to
land.
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Tub Lower End.—A public meeting was held at Tale a few days ago
for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the lower ond of the District
at the approaching provincial election.
The result was the appointment of a
committee to confer with other parts
of the District.
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Municipal Election.—On Wednesday the election to fill tho vacancies in
the City Council caused by resignations was held and resulted in the.un-
opposed return of Messrs. W, J. Armstrong and W. B. Shiles for St.
George's Ward and Mr. fl, Mathers
for St. Andrew's Ward.
Thb R. P. Rithet.—This splendid
now steamer may bo expected to arrive here this evening. The Excelsior
Band will go down on tho Enterprise this morning and come up on
the Rithet. which will como in with
music and electric light. She is to
sail from Viotoria at 1 p, m.
Arrival of the Pkinciss Louise,—
A Queboo despatch of the 4th inst.
says: — Princess Lottiso will arrive
about 2 o'clock this afternoon and bo
received by steamer John McNeil, nt
Equorry. Thero will bu a parade by
the Queen's Own Hussars, and artillery officers of tho garrison at Halifax
have already arrived to participate.
The Matsqui Dyke.
From Mr. Sword, who arrived in
this city on Thursday, we learn more
about the disastrous effect*-, of the flood
upon the Matsqui dyke. It is not
necessary, and time and space forbid,
that we should give a detailed description of how tho treacherous waters accomplished' their fatal work. Tho
practical question now is, Can the
damages be repaired ? Looking at the
matter in the Itght of experience, dear
bought experience, Mr. Sword feels
confident that the work can be completed in a thoroughly substantial and
secure manner at a cost equal to 30 to
40 cents an acre on the laud to bo reclaimed. Mr. Sword himself owns
about two-thirds of the lauds, and is
prepared to do his part. One would
imagine that no ono owning laud iu
that tract could hesitate about paying
such a rate in order to makt land
worth $20 an acre which is not worth
$6 without a dyke.
A Resident Judge.—Judge Gray
having refused to take up his residence
in this judicial district, iu obedience to
instructions from Ottawa, a call to Mr.
Justice Walkem would not be unpopular. New Westminstor is suffering
very seriously for want of a resident
judge, and it is about time an earnest
and determined effort woro made to
secure ono.
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Extensive Fire.—A Quebec despatch of the 2nd inst. says:—Tho
Grand Trunk railroad station and
sheds, and Dominion, Ontario and
Quebec immigration sheds and offices
at South Quobco burned tonight.
Several Inter-Colonial and Grand
Trunk cars were also burned. Benoit's
hotel, adjoining the station, was gutted. Loss rariously estimated at $100,-
000 to $400,000, according to value of
freight in sheds.   Nothing can be as-
   oertained about insurance-is thai is
ing tht rials' -yesterday igoiming.  arranged in Montreal. •
Cabinet Changes,
The Colonist of "yesterday says:
Mr. Walkem placed his resignation
in tho hands of tho Lieutenant-Governor on Tuesday, and Mr. Beavtn,
Finance Minister, was called upon to
form a ministry. He spent Wednesday afternoon in fruitless endeavors to
obtain an Attorney General, offering
tho post to at least three prominent
legal gentlemen of Victoria, in each
case nun-ting with a rebuff. He was
plainly told that tho record of govern
mental management was such that the
parties applied to would not sacrifice
their reputations by associating them
selves with him.
Despairing of filling up tho ministry
at Victoria, Mr. B. sloped on the Slope
on Wednesday afternoon and is now
at New Westminster offering tho vacant seat to Mr. Bole. Should Mr.
Bole decline Mr. Hett will be called
in as Attorney-General and Mr. Armstrong will be approached to act as
warming-pan till after the elections.
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Dominion Day.
On Wednesday evening, according
to announcement, a public meeting
was hold at Hyack Hall for the-purpose uf making arrangements for cole-
brat ing Dominion Day. There were a
goodly number present. The Mayor
occupied tho Chair and Mr. D. S. Curtis acted as Secretary.
It was moved by Mr. W. J. Armstrong, seconded by Mr. G. C. Web-
Bter—"That we do celebrate tho Firat
of July." This resolution was carried,
as also another, appointing tho following gentlemen a commit tee to collect
funds: Messrs., J. C. Armstrong, W.
J. Howison aud the Mayor.
After some discussion it was docidod
that the citizons of Nanaimo and Wellington should havo special invitation.
Tho following gentlemen wore selected as a programme committee: Messrs,
Wm. Johnston, Dr. Trew and W. J.
Armstrong.
The meeting adjourned till the 14th
inst. at 8 o'clock to receive the reports
of committees.
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The Flood.
Owing to tho interruption of telegraphic communication with the interior, we are unable to obtain much
information respecting the state of affairs beyond tho head of navigation.
At tlm suspension bridge, at Yale and
at various other points thu water was
reported two or threo melius higher
than in the unprecedented flood of
1870. Between No. 1 and No. 2 tunnels the wator hud onuroached upon the
railway and the track had to be shifted. At the Chilliwhack and Sumas
settlements a largo area was under
wator, and we regret to hear that somo
oattlo had boon drowned, A considerable band of cattle from Sumas settlement were driven to tho landing and
shipped down to market in order to
avoid the Hood. Further down the
river, in fact below Langley, several
farmers are suffering considerable damage. It is believod that the wator has
now reached its height and already
it show* indication]! uf abatement.
Police Court.
A few days ngo George Forrist, a
railway hand, was brought up on a
charge of cutting and wounding Win.
and John Powers. He was committed
and is now iu gnol, awaiting trial.
On Thursday the said Wm. and John
Powers were brought up on the information of George Forrist, on a similar
charge, and were also committed.
Thoy are out on bail.
A newspaper always has a chance to
advertise charity entertainments for
nothing, and then has a chanco to
thank itself by publishing fur nothing
the resolutions of thanks passed by a
few unimportant persons who never
fail to bob up serenely on such occasions.
Escaped!
Tho long lookod-for has como at
last. Mr. Walkem has succeeded in
avoiding the impending disaster of tho
general election by taking rcfugo on
tho Bench. Well, he has fairly won
his spurs, and he is entitled tu wear
thorn. We trust he may wear them
with becoming dignity. While he occupied a prominent position in tho
political arena, we had but too frequent
occasion to criticise his acts adversely.
But now that ho has, we trust, risen
above tho political atmosphere, we
shall try tu bury the dead past and
make & new departuro, sinctrely hoping that tho Columbian may never be
called upon to bestow adverao criticism
upon Mr. Justice Walkem.    -,
At Kootenay.
A correspondent writes: —Messrs.
Rudgors and Galbraith reached Kootenay on the 10th of May, and had a
vory rough trip in, having to walk
from Sand Point, Ii T., to Boomer's
Ferry on account of the snow. Major
Rogers stayed a few days at Kootenay
nnd left here for Kicking Horse pass
to join his party. The health of the
party was good and they worked in
the Rockies during the winter. Mr.
McMillan reports no difficulty in tho
way uf a road through the pass, and
confirms by survey ull that Major
Rodgers claimed for it last season.
Messrs. J, Galbraith & Bro. have obtained tho contract for freighting supplies for the C. P. R. R. Co. Mr.
Galbraith, M. P. P., loft for Sand
Point to attend to shipments. Quito a
number of people have come to Kootenay to remain, nnd more are expected. Mr. Brady brought througli n
small band of horses from Kamloops
nnd started for McLcod via Crows-nest
Pass. Thu Government road party are
busily at work building a bridge on
Bull rivor, and work is progressing ou*
the new goal at Wild Horse creek.
Chinese Slavery.
The Chinese system of slavery in the
worst on earth, and in spite of our laws
it is practiced by the Chinese in America in ita most cruel and revolting
forms. Tho characteristics which prevent the Chinaman from becoming
American as the Germans or Scotch
become American, maintain strict isolation of thoir communities.here, and
permit the exercise of the customs and
even tho lawn of China. Their degrading system of slavery is. perfectly
understood, but it ia impossible to
break it up. Tho British Government
of Hongkong has attempted to suppress the great evil, but without success. It is admitted by those who defend and those who oppose the system
that Chinese fathers and guardians
constantly sell thoir children, for
money, and by formal deed, into
Blavory—tho boys to bo servants and
tho girls to be prostitutes in the worst
houses in that country. The Chief
Justice of the colony, Sir John Snale,
declares that it is the worst form of
•slavery, and that its only sanction is
Chinoso opinion, whieh holds, first,
that tho parent right is absolute and
transferable for money; Becotid, that,
tho person so transferred can be lawfully compelled to obedience by pain;
und third, that it ia infamous for a
slave to enfranchise himself or herself
without paying back the whole of the
purhnse money, though they aro legally freo. Such is the terrorism of the
Chinese domestic system. These
slaves, knowing they are free, dare not
enfranchise themselves. Worse than
all, tho perplexities of the system are
so great that the authorities of Hongkong do not know how to suppress it.
The facts m the case are none the loss
interesting because they relate to horrors whoso counterparts and kind are
enacted daily in our own city.—Ore-
gonian,
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Man Dolled Down.
The average number of teeth is 31.
The number of bones iu a man is
240.
The average weight of a skeleton is
itbuut 14 pounds.
Tho weight of circulating blood is
about 18 pounds.
The average weight of an adult man
ia 140 pounds (I ounces.
The bruin of a man exceeds! w ice
that of any other animal.
A man annually contributes to vegetation 124 pounds of carbon.
A man breathes about 20 times a
minute, or 1,200 times nn hour.
Ouu thousand two ounces of blood
pass through the kidueys every hour.
Tho skeleton measures about one
inch less than the height of thu living
man,
A man breathes about 18 pints of
air in a minute, or upwards of 7 hogsheads in a day.
The average weight of tho brain of
a living man is o\ pounds; of a woman,
2 pounds 11 ounces.
Twelve thousand pounds, or 24
hogsheads 4 gallons, or 10,781 i pints,
pass through the heart in 24 hours.
Five hundred aud thirty pounds or
one hogshead H pints of blood puss
through the heart in one hour.
Tlm average weight of an Englishman is 150 pounds; of a Frenchman,
130 pounds, and Belgian, 140 pounds.
One hundred and seventy-four million holos and cells uro in tho luugs,
which would cover n surface 30 times
greater than the human body.
Tho averago of the pulse in infancy
is 120 per minute; in manhood, 80; at
00 yours, 60. The pulse of females is
more frequent than that of males.
The heart beats 80 times in a minute; sends nearly ten pounds of blood
through the veins and arteries each
boat; makes four beats while wo
breathe once.
A bootblack, smoking a "butt"
Which he had just picked up, is accosted by a comrade with, "Say, what
brand of cigar is that," "Robinson
Crusoe." "Whyd1 yercall it that?"
'"Cause it's a castaway."
Monopoly defined: Class in definitions—"What is monopoly?" "That
rival establishment over the way."
"When is a monopoly not a monopoly?" "When it is in your own
hands."
O*
FOR   SALE:
NE  PORTABLE STEAM   SAW-
mill, now at work near Lytton nnd
in good condition.
Km* particulars cucjuiro of
JAS. MUKIE,
Lytton,
Or A. B, FERGUSON,
myl7-lm Proprietor, Clinton.
British Columbia Agency of Toronto
Sure ana Lock Works, J. & J.
Taylor, Proprietors.
Those celebrated safes arc made from
heavier iron, weighing 20 per cent, more,
and have all the modem improvements of
tho best American Fire and Burglar Safes,
including the Sargent Groouleaf Dial
Lock, Being of Canadian manufacture,
they aro duty free, and consequently cnu
be sold cheaper than cither English or
American Safes,
_ Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes aud quality, at
prices ranging from one hundred to three
thousand dollars,
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to tho agents for
British Columbia.
no2   M. W. Waitt& Co., Victoria.
 ■«■■**■-»	
Erysipelas, Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
Kruptions, and all diseases of the skin
and blood are 'promptly cured by Burdock Blood Bitters. It purges all foul
humors from tho system, impartmg
strength and vigor at the same time,
Blue Vituioi,—Genuine English—For
dressing wheat to prevent the smut,
Send to Langley k Co., Victoria. Also,
for sale—celebrated. Condition Powders
and Driffield's Black Oils. Both these
should ho in every stable. mh20
S3T We have jnst received from England
direct a fine line of Fishing Tackle, comprising a splendid assortment of Flics
made expressly for this country, and to
which the finest trout will rise.—T, R.
Pearson k Co.
A common, and often fatal, disease is
Jaundice. Regulate the action' of the
Liver, and cleanse the blood with Burdock Blood Bitters, and tho worst case
may be speedily cured.
43" Now unpacking at Jas, Ellard &
Co.'s, the latest fashions for 1882 in
Ladies' and Children's Straw Hats, Millinery, Laces, kc   Call and examine.
SST T. R. Pearson k Co. have just received direct from the manufactories in
Ontario a heavy invoice of of Stationery,
including Letter-presses, kc
Why suffer from Indigestion and Dyspepsia when Burdock Blood Bitters will
nosftively cure these ailments ? A trial
bottle only costs 10 cents.
*3T If you want a first-class Piano or
Orgnn, go to T. R. Pearson 4 Co.'s. The
best Pianos for the money iu tho Pro
viuce.—Adv.
Just.received at T. R. Pearson k Co.'s,
a large stock of School Books, including
a complete line of Copy Books, latest
edition.
FARMS, TOWN LOTS,
AND  OTHER LANDS
POR   SALE.
MONEY TO LEND
AT REASONABLE RATES.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
niyl3-2m Bamiisteh, Ne» West.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IN PROBATE.
In the Goods of GEORGE GARRYPIE, Deceased,        „• ..,„
TENDERS m WRITING FOR THE
purchase of all pei*soiial property
other than household furniture and one
yoke of oxen, six cows, and the farming
implements, leased to Angus C. Fraser,
will be received by the undersigned up
to 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, Tenth
June, 1882.
W. NORMAN BOLK,
Solicitor for Administrator,
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA,
In the Goods of GEORGE GARRYPIE, Deceased.
ALL PARTIES WHO HAVE
claims ngninst the said George
Garrypie nre hereby required to file their
claims properly verified in tlie office of
the District Registrar of tlio Supreme
Court at New Westminster, on or before
12 o'clock noon on Saturday the 1st day
of July; 1882; and all persons indebted
to the said George Garrypie, deceased,
are required to pay same into the said
Registrar on or before 12 o'clock noon on
Saturday, 1st July, 1882.
10th May, 1SS2.
. E. A. JENNS,
*    D. R. S. C.» N. W.
W. NoitMAN* Bole,
Solicitor for the Administrator,
rnySO Now Westminster.
STEAMER
VICTORIA
CAPT.  PLUMMER,
WILL SAIL FtlOM SAN FJIAN-
claco for New Westminster on
or about
1IOSIM1.   Ml.   .IIM),   188!).
KETURNINO-Will sail from New
Westmiusfcer for Sun Francisco on ur
about SATURDAY, lftrn JUNE.
For rates of Freight and Passage,
apply to
G00DALL, PERKINS 4 CO.,
San Francisco;
Or to   J. A. R. HOMER, Agent,
mhlfi New Westminster'.
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C ■
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tlie City,
hie mm unwum
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
BY-LAW.
jraGh PORT MOODY.—Plans of tho
new Town Site for Bale at T. R. Pear-
sen &. Co's., $1.00 each.— Ado.
•tarT. R, Pearson k Co. are aeents for
the Victoria "Evening Post," for wliich
subscriptions aro solicited.
sW A lot of very beautiful Birthday
Cards just received at T. R. Pearson
I1*; Cc.'s—Adv.
SW Leave your order for Sheet Masia
and Music Rooks ut T. R. Pearson k Co. '•
—Adv.
Sir Shipping Receipts, in triplicate, at
T. R. Pearson k Co.'g—Adv.
CANARY BIRDS.
A FEW CHOICE SINGERS FOR
Sale, at $5.00 each.   Enquire at
tho Columbia House
J. CUNNINGHAM.
Now West., Mny 20, I8S2.      my27-lm
GREAT SALE!
GRAFTON   FARM!
11HK SUBSCRIBER WILL OFFER
.    for sale by
PUBLIC      AUCTION
Oth July Next,
Nearly his WHOLE HERD of THO-
BUU6H-BRED
SIIOIT-Hlll.il DURHAM CATTLE.
Comprising OVER TWENTY HEAD
of choice animals, including 0 Bulls and
Bull Calves.
Catalogues with full pedigrees will
shortly be issued and forwarded by mail
to numerous parties, and furnished to
persons attending on day of Sale,
A number of PURE-BRED
BERKSHIRE    PIGS
Will also bo offered ut same timo. ,
Sale to commence ut 12 o'clock noon.
Thumb—AU Minis under ono hundred
dollars, cash; ovor that amount, one-half
cosh at timo of Bale, and on balance four
months' credit will bo given on being
furnished with approved endorsed notes
bearing interest at rate of ten per cont,
per annum,
.TAMES T. STEELE.
Grafton Farm,
Sr.iillumcb.sea, B.C, May -2o, 1882.
A BY-LAW TO ENABLE THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF CHILLIWHACK TO
RAISE THE SUM OF FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR THE PURPOSES THEREIN SET FORTH.
WHEREAS THE MUNICIPAL
Council of tlie Municipality of
Chilliwhack has resolved to raise a sum
of 83,400 for tho purpose of extending,
making and repairing roads and bridges,
and §000 towards building Town Hall,
and in order to do so will require the Bum
of §4,000 to be obtained hi the manner
hereinafter recited;
And whereas it will require the sum of
$*Hi3 to lw raised annually by special
rate for the payment of the said debt a*id
interest as is hereinafter mentioned;
And whereas the amount of the whole
ratable property of the said Municipality
according to the last revised assessment
roll, being for the years 18S0 and 1881,
was $105,000, irrespective of any future
increase of the ratable property of the
Municipality and of any income in the
nature of tolls, interest, or dividends
from the work, and also irrespective of
any income from the temporary investment of tho sinking fund or any part
thereof;
And whereas for paying the interest
and creating a sinking fund for paying
tlio said* principal sum of $4,000 and
interest as hereinafter mentioned, it will
require an equal animal special rate of
one-half of one per cent, iu the dollar;
BE   IT  THKllEKOKB    ENACTED    by   the
Reeve and Council of the Municipality of
Chilliwhack:
1. That it shall be lawful for the
Reeve and Council of the Municipality
of Chilliwhack to raise by way of Loan
from any person or peisons, body or
bodies corporate who may be willing to
advance tho same upon the credit of the
Debentures hereinafter mentioned, a sum
of money not, exceeding in the whole the
sum of 84.000, and .to cause the some to
be paid into the hands of tlie Treasurer
of the said municipality for the purposes
and with tho object above mentioned;
2. That it shall be lawful for the said
Rcovo and Council to cause any number
of Debentures to be made for such sums
of money as may be required, not less
than $100 each, and that the said Debentures shall be scaled with tlie seal of the
said Municipality of Chilliwhuck, und be
signed by tho said Reeve;
3. That the snid Debentures shall be
mado payable iu eighteen years at till*'
thest from the day hereinafter mentioned for this Bylaw to take effect, at
tho immiuipal treasury of the said Corporation of Chilliwlinck, and shall have
attached to them coupons for the payment of interest;
4. That the said Debentures shall bear
interest at and after tho rato of six per
cent, per annum from tho date thereof,
whicli interest, shall bo payable annually
at the municipal treasury of tho said
Corporation of Chilliwhack j
5. That for the purpose of forming a
sinking fund for tlio payment of the said
Debentures and the interest at the rate
aforesaid to become duo thereon, an
equal special rate of one-half of ono per
cont. in the dollar shall in addition to all
other rates ho raised, levied and collected in each year upon all ratable property
in the said municipality during the continuance of the said Debentures or any
of them;
6. It shall bo lawful for tho said Muni*
cipal Council from timo to time to purchase any of tho said Debentures from
persons desirous of selling the samo; and
all tho Debentures so re-purchased shall
be forthwith cancelled und destroyed
und no re-issue of the Debentures shall
he made in consequence of such re-pur-
chase;
7. That this Bylaw shall take effect
und come into operation upon the First
day of July A.D.I 882.
8. This Bylaw may be cited for al!
purposes as tho "Roads, Bridges and,
Tow» Hall Loan Bylaw, 1882."   ' WT3-1
mHE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
J_ to announce to the Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and Sleeping Apartments are under the superintendence
of Miw. Howisos.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading: Room, com
modious, comfortably furnished, nnd
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
Ia supplied with the choicest brands of
Wines, Liquoks, Cleans, kc
3. w. HOWISON,
PROPRIETOi;.
RAE
J
COLUMBIA STREET,
Next Door South of Colonial
Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
HAS
ALWAYS    ON   HAND
VARIED STOCK OP
GENEEAL
MERCHANDISE
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Crockery,
Glassware,
toe, toe.
.ICST RECEIVED-A  COMPLETE
STOCK OF
MILLINERY GOODS
Including Novelties in Fancy Straw
Huts   nnd   Bonnets,  Flowors,
Feutliers, Luces, Plain nnd
SlnuM Watered Ribbons,
Satins, Colored Velvets, Velveteens,
and Flush.
NEW DESIGNS in TIES & RUFFLES
HATS AND   BONNETS
Made and trimmed, and satisfaction
guaranteed.
BERLIN and ZEPHYR WOOLS.
(ST All Goods sold at reasonable
rates.   Call and inspect our stock.
WM. RAE,
UpSC CoinniA Street. (Bur egtoi-i).
KITH AND KIN.
(Centluuerl.)
But ho wns not successful in meeting
Miss Conisbrough (if that wero tlie intention with which he hr.il sot out).
Ho saw no trnco of her, though, ns ho
passed along the boautiful road, catching occnsional glimpses, here and
thero, of tho lako, his lips parted involuntarily now and then, iu tho desire to utter to some companion-
shadow what ho thought of it all, But
it is thin work, tnlking to shadows, as
ho folt. Ho returned home, found
that Miss Conisbrough had como in,
and was going to dine with him, nnd
that a messenger who had been tn
Yoresett had "brought him n lottor
from the post-olBce of that metropolis,
addressed in n sprawling hand, to Bernard Aglionby, Esq. Rupture! It wns
frum-Lizrio!
After she had said good morning to
Randulf, Judith walked along the
rough, stony lane, with its gaps in tho
hedge, showing the rugged foils in the
distance, and hor gaze had lost some
of its despondency. Indeed, she felt
cheered by the littlo interview. Sho
distinctly liked young Danesdale
(though to her, old in care and sorrow,
he seemed more like a charming boy
than a man grown, with a man's feelings), nnd she was conscious, with a
keen thrill of sympathetic conviction,
that he liked her, liked her sisters,
liked everything ubout her. It was a
delightful sensation, like tho coming of
a sudden, unexpected joy in a sad life.
She dwelt upon his words, his manner, his gestures, from the moment in
which, with the languor gone from his
oyes, he had overtaken her, to his lost
delighted expression about her Bending
her own devoted rotainer on her messages, instead of Bernard Aglionby's
servants. It wns perhaps rather n cool
thing to say—at lenst it might have
savorad of impertinonce if somo people
had said it. From Randulf Danesdale
it enme agreeably and naturally
enough.
She would see Delphine that afternoon— an interview for wliich she
longed greatly) she hnd gratified Randulf by allowing him to give her message about the meeting, and Delphino
would bo pleased to hear her sister's
wishes from such a courier. Altogether,
things looked brighter. She presently
turned off to tho right, into n little doll
or gorge, nnd wnndered nlong some
paths she know, half wood-land, half-
rocky. She had como out for hor
health's sake, but remembering the
walk in prospect in the afternoon, did
not stay very long, and was utterly
unconscious that at ono momont, just
ns sho was standing beneath a faded
beech-tree, whoso foliage was yollow
and sere, and holding in her hnnd
some variously-tinted autumn leaves
which she had picked, the footsteps
which she heard in the road below,
and not for distant, wore those of Bernard Aglionby.
Returned to the house, she went to
her mother's room, who still lay white
and weak-looking, though freo from
pain and breathlessness, upon her bed.
"See, niammn, here ure somo lovely
leaves, which I found in the dough
this morning."
She put thorn in a little glass, and
placed them near hor mother.
"Thank you, Judith Wlint were
all tliose voices I hoard below ? I am
sure I feel as if I ought to know
them."
"Sir Gabriel nnd Mr. Dnnesdnle
come to cnll upon Mr. Aglionby."
"You do not, mean it 1" exclaimed
Mrs. Conisbrough with animation, nnd
then, nfter a pause, "Koally to cnll
upon him I To welcome him 1'
"I suppose so, mamma. I don't
know why else they should have
come."
"No doubt! 'Tho king is dead; long
livo the king!' It would havo been tho
same if we hnd boon in possession,"
said Mrs. Conisbrough in a tone of
almost indescribable bittorness.
Yet sho had ceased to Bpeak of Bernard with the passionate indignation
and resentment which she had at first
expressed. Perhaps reflection hnd con-
vinced her that opposition would be
folly. Perhaps—with women like Mrs.
Conisbrough, many perhapses may
have an influence.
"As you seem so much better,
mother, I have asked Delphino to come
to Counterside, and I shall go and meet
her, so that we can have a chat this
afternoon. Then I can tell hor how
you really aro."
"As you liko,' 'responded Mrs. Con
isbrough rather peevishly. "I am
aware that you and Delphine cannot
exist apart, or think you cannot, for
more than a day, without repining.
Iu my young days girls used to think
less of themselves."
"If you du not wish me to leave
yon, I will send word to Delphine not
to come."
"On no account stay in for me,'
was the logical and consistent reply.
"The walk will do you good. Did you
say you had seen Mr. Danesdale t"
"Yes. It is he who has promised to
call at our house, and ask Delphine to
meet mo."
"All, I see!" said Mrs. Conisbrough
in a tone so distinctly pleased and approving, that Judith could not but
notice it. Sho turned to her mother
with parted lips, then, as if suddenly
recollecting herself, closed them again,
and took up her Bowing, at whieh she
worked until Mrs. Aveson came to say
that dinner was ready.
"Thank you. Is Mr. Aglionby going
to dine now, do you know 1"
"Yes, he is, Miss Judith.   If you'd
prefer me to bring yours up here "
"Oh no, thank ynu. I am not afraid
of him," said Judith with a slight
smile.
"I should think not, Miss Judith.
If there's any cause for fear, I should
think it would be more likely on the
other side."
"Why,I wonder)" speculated Judith
within hersolf, and her mother's voioe
came from the bed, as Mrs. Aveson
withdrew. .
"Just straighten your hair, Judith,
and fasten your collar with my little
gold broooh. It will make you look
tidier."
"I'll straighten my hair, mamma,
but as for tho broooh, I really don't
think It is necessary. If you could see
the careless, and I might sny shabby
style in wliich Mr. Aglionby dresses.
you would know that ho did not think
much about what poople wear."
She made her beautiful brown hair
quite smooth, and without further
elaboration of hev toilet, she went
downstairs.
Bernard was standing in tho dining-
room waiting for her. ^
'MrB. Aveson told mo I was to have
the plonsure of your company at dinner, ho said, with the grnciousness
and nolitenusH whicli, when he was
with hor, seemed to spring moro readily than other feelings within his
breast.
'I am going out at half-past two,"
answered Judith.
"Aro you! and I at a quarter, to
three. I am going to Yoresett to Beo
Mr. Whaley."
"Indeed. I havo a sort of message
for yon from uiaminn; sho did not send
it to you in so many words, but whon
1 suggested it, sho agreed with mo,
and that is, Hint nfter to-day I think
wo need not tax your kindness any
furthor. My mother is so much hotter that I think sho will be fit to go
homo."
'Oh, do you think so? She must
not on nny account move beforo she is
quitu able to do so without risk, I
would not be in any hurry to removo
hor."
"You nro very good to say so. But
if you will kindly allow us to have the
brougham to-morrow afternoon "
"I am sure you had better say the
day after to-morrow. From what Dr.
Lowther said, I am convinced of it.
I—I don't think I can spare the brougham to-morrow afternoon, though I
really wasn't aware that there was such
a carriage on the premises, or anything
about it. But I shall be sure to want
it to-morrow afternoon."
His dark eyes looked at hor vory
pleasantly across the table, and there
wns n smile upon his lips, all playfulness and no malace. Judith met the
,'lnnce, and thought, "How could I
aave thought him hard and Btony-look-
ing ? And if only nil those miserable
complications had not como in tho
way, what a very nico relation he
would have been!'1
But she said, aloud:
"You aro very kind, and since you
really wish it, I accept your offer gratefully. Tho day after to-morrow, then."
"That is a much moro sensible nr-
rangement, though 1 cn.ll oven that too
soon. But I like to hnve my own way,
nnd I have ronlly got so little of it
hitherto, that I dare Bay there is some
danger of iny using the privilege rock-
lessly. Howover, since I hnve prevailed bo far, I will see that nil is rendy
at tho timo you wish. And—Miss
Conisbrough!"
Yea?"
Do you think Mrs. Conisbrough
will strongly object to my seeing her I"
"You must not speak to her on any
matters of money, or business," snid
Judith hastily.
"I had not tho slightest intention of
doing so, though I still hope that in
time sho will fall in with iny views on-
the matter, and I hope, too, you have
not forgotten your promise to help me
iu it."
Judith said nothing. Hor eyes were
cast down. Aglionby paused only for
a moment, and then went on:
"What I meant wns, that perhaps
you would prefer—sho might be very
angry if I put. in nny appearance wlten
she goes away. In plain words, do you
think she so strongly resents my presence hero, that it would bo unwise for
me to pay iny respects to her, and tell
her how glad I am that she is better 1'
'No," Bitid Judith; her fnco burning,
her eyes fixed upon her plate. "She
has considered the matter while Bhe
has been ill. I think—I am sure you
might speak to her, only please do not
bo offended if—-'-"
"If sho snubs me severely," said he,
with a gleam of amusement. "No, indeed, I will not. Whatever Mrs. Conisbrough may say to mo, I will receive
submissively and meekly."
"Because you feel that the power is
on your sido," said Judith rapidly, involuntarily, almost in a whisper, her
faco burning with a still deeper biush.
"It must he easy to smile at a woman's
petulance whon you nro a man, and
feel that the game is all ill your own
hands."
Sho had not meant to say so much.
The words had brokon from her almost
uncontrollably. Almost ovory hour
since the moment in which she hnd
seen hor mother cowor down bofore
Bernard's direct gaze, her senso of his
power and strength had been growing
and intensifying. Hours of brooding
and solitude, apart from her accustomed companions; long aud pninful meditations upon tho past and present, and
thrills of drend when Bhe contemplated
the future; theso things, broken only
by hor two or three interviews with
Bernard, nnd with him alone, had
strengthened her fooling, until now,
though she wns neither dependont,
clinging, nor servile by nature, tho
very sight of Aglionby's dark face,
with its marked aud powerful features,
made her heart beat faster, and brought
a crushing consciousness of his strength
and her own weakness. Had he been
overbearing or imperious in manner,
all her soul would have rebelled; she
was one of those natures with whom
justico nud forbenrnnce were almost a
passion; the moments would have
seemed hours until she could break
free from his roof nnd his presence;
but he wns tho very reverse of over-
benring or imperious. Tho strength wns
kept iu reserve; the manner was gen-
tlo and deferential—only she knew
that tho power wns there, and she
would not hnve been a woman if she
had not had a latont idolatry to power,
Tho combination of strength and gentleness was now to her; the proximity
to a man who wielded these attributes
was equally foreign to her, and all
these things combined hnd begun tn
exercise over her spirit a fascination to
which she wns already beginning, half-
unconsciously, to yield.
Aglionby's only answer at first to
her remark was a look, slow nnd
steady; but ho had looks which sank
into the souls of those at whom they
wero leveled, nnd hnunted them, and
it was such a glance that he bestowed
upon Judith Conisbrough now. Then
he said.
"That remark shows mo vory plainly
that 'petulance,' ns you are pleased to
call it, forms no part of your character,
but I guessed that some time ago. I
am glad to have you on my side."
{To lieConllnnoil.)
Hi JO R
New Stock I
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
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QUILTS and Counterpanes. Ticking,
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CLOTHING.
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and Ulsters.
Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
In Ladies' blaok,
dark & light shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, lined and
unlined.
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LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE BEST.
Mroceries and Provisions
Every thing the best
that can be had, and
at the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.
MORAL—If vou want n flOO-l article,
go to C. 0. MAJOR'S : if yon want things
cheap, but " eultus," why, go olsowherc-
ITEM—What everydody says must bo
true ; and if true, then tho handsomest
display of Valuable (ioods, Silver and
Flute, is undoubtedly to be found at
C. Q. MAJOR'S,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
CEO.  TURNER,
LAND     SURVEYOR-
McColl's Store, Holbrook's Stono
Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
J. A. R. HOMER,
General Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M.D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(XKAU  DRILL SHKll).
RESIDENOE-MEnlVALE STREET.
C. J. LEGGATT,
Barrister-at-Lnw
NOTARY PUBLIC,  ETO.
OFFICK—Next door to Uron's Photo.
Gallery, McKenzie st., New Westminster.
A. T. D. MacELMEN,
BARRISTER - AT - LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &.C.,
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN ALL
THE COURTS.
OFFICF,—Columbia street, Opposite Hy
ack Hall, New Westminster, B. C.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent.
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Opp. Col'mini lintel)
NEW   WBST-MLK8TEU
■tar Several good Farms for Siile and to
Lease. nolo
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STREET, • VKITOKIA.
AaBITIB   .PO.R
North British and Mercantile
Insurance t)o. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
,10 Finslmry Circus,
London, E. C.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCER,
House, Land, Court and
GENERAL ACENT,
COLLECTOR ol RENT and DEBTS,
Agent for flu! TKAVKU,KRS> ISSt'K
ANUE CO., of Hartford, Coun.
New WcstnlmUer. B. C.
C, I, MAUiffiTEH,
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
WAT0HE8, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
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For Sale.
All kinds el «0M> nml Sll VKII JEW-
KI.KY  iitn.lt' tu order.
ETRUSCAN COLORING, COLD & SILVER PLATINC.
Kntnturmcnt   ontl   WetMlng   King,  it
ftltrelullv.
tar Watches   nnd Jewelry ctarefnlly
repaired. Old Gold nnd Silver bought.
jny4tc
Ever) Man to Ills Own Business
j&..   PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(HIT. COLONIAL IIDTKM,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Physicians* Prescription* and Fam-
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N.  11. — Only Otmuino Drugs used.
Over twenty veins' oxnoi-ience.    nir2!t
WOODS & TURNER,
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REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyanoers & Accountants.
RENTS,  DKIITS,  jsC,  COu.iF.CTKn,
Loans Negotiated, nnd ti General
Aguney Dumiiosh transuded,
AflBNTS  VOIt TIIK
Fhi'iili Firo Insurance Company or
Brooklyn, anil the
Kqullnblc Life Assurance  Society
or Iho United States.
lOMMIlll   etTUKKT,
NEW WKBTMIN8TKR,   11. C.
P. 0. Box 40.
BROTHERS,
Commission Merchants,
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS IN—
GROCERIES
 AND	
PROVISIONS,
WHAKF STREET.
VICTORIA, B.C.
Having estalilislteil Iksinesu in thoaliovo
Jiinet* nud by
RECENT IMPORTATIONS
—VKOSl—
European & Eastern Markets
We fire prepared to fill ordera to tho
Tratlo in the following iiootls:
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,
BACON,
LARD,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
Candles, Rice, Sjrup, Cheese,
Dried Fruits, Cniuicd Goods,
Vinegar, Baking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
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BEANS,
BRCMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And nil other Goods in tlio firouery »nd
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Is called to the iimlenioted Goode, on
which the most LI1JK1UL INDUCEMENTS will be offered to the
Trade, as we are
SOLE
GOOD AS GOLD BAKIXfi POWDV R
The Best and Cheapest.
BEACON LIGHT COAL OIL,
Wator White unit Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being  the  Largest Size and Best
Tolmoeo.
NEW    SCHEDULE
•OF—
-WAGES
—Foil—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON THB—
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Overseers §125 00  per month.
Rock Foremen... .$3 00 to $4 00 $ day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to 3 00    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters*.     -,
1st class  2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00 "
Masons 2 50 to 3 50    "
Blacksmiths,    1st
class  3 00 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  2 50 "
Blacksmith Helpers  1 50 to 2 00    "
Drillers   1 75 to 2 00     "
Laborers   1 50 to 1 75    "
Hewers, 1st class   3 50 "
Choppers, 1st class 2 50 "
Scorers, 1st class    2 50 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed.
Board and Lodging,
Boarding Hoiibos will  hu convenient
nlong the Line.   Board—8*1 per week.
It will not he compulsory for Employees to board in the Compnny's Houses.
Wages will lie paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A.  ONDERDONK,
CIesku.u, Masaiikii.
Offics ov tiik OoKTnAOTons.
Canadian Pacific] Railway,
Ynlo, Murclt 1, 1881.
mm
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM McCOLL
BEGS  TO INFORM HIS NUMEROUS patrons that, he haa removed
lliu Business to      <   ... ;  '
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Where will be found, as usual, a com*
plete assortment of
GROCERIES,
PROVISION'S,
And a fine line of
Dr*. floods, Gents' Furnishing
floods, 4c, Ac..
Which will bo sold ot the LOWEST
POSSIBLE TRICES for Cash.
^ He thanks his friends for tlieir past
liberal patronage mid hopes for a con.
timiunce of tho same. mhl
DR. SPINNEY & C0.'S
IMSI'I.VSAKV,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STBEET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DU. SPINNEY, well known iw tit* ftmn.
■'■'•■(■r ll.oMiei.iri*..!, (O. B.)Mi'il(.*itl hiitl-
lulu, mul Into rri-'irii-1ar<<f tlio HriNNr.YVlM,K
IN Kill MANY, woulil   moat rwimclftilly lnr..rin
Iii* *.mt im Im mul Hit* nftli--h"l ■■.■•tn-n-lly, 11ml llu
Mill coittltltl*** to tti-iit clirtiiiiiMmil nt'ivitiin 'll>.
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LADIES AND GENTIEMEN.
llfioi'inbi'r tlmt pr-K-r.iitlnfltli>ii Ih tliu Hit**/ of
Hutu DO
COME AND BE HEALED.
Il nuiltuiH not wlm! yniii' lr.nit.li>** mny In*.COtus
itml lot ilm Doctor oxninlno .your eimo, It will
runt vmi ...■tlii.it* fur --oti-uilt.ithm. ho *i1*-u*-d mil
nml witle-ry votirm'lvit* wlti-tltcr tlm Doctor uiiitt-r-
ittnii.1t- voitr nine. II Im con cm** yotl Ik- will tell
ynu no, ir not. Im will Wl >"U tlmt, for lie will
nbiuhuftrtaka n (..-in-mil-ni in■ •■- **<.»ti*ii-nt of er-
fbotltift a ciiru,
I'ltrllun hi n dlltanco wlnli1iiu: trfntmeiit, liy
Refilling t2o nml h inttniti' ilewrlHllnii »»r iln'lr
tranlilni will rw»lt« in it-turn n full cuiim* of
tnmtinciit (COUrtly parked noim nol tocxclto «|.
I'lonlly,
Dlt. Bl'INNRYwIll■ Kunrii.itn. lo loifrlt Y\vt>
Hiindr-'-l DnllAl-i lor i-toiy a f miy kiwi or
cliiinu-li-r Wlilcji lm uii.li*rti.lii-ri nn,| till* to run*.
r. 8,—For dlioMM of Klmrt tt liiia, u full
conn** of iiihI.-w*., Miflli'ii'iit fur u euro, Willi
oil liiiliiK-li.ini, will t-o mint to nuy uililn-mi nn
twvlj.il uf $10. .
Cull or Ail-Iron*
Dr* nimxxk.v to ro.,
0 2M-,-      No. 11 Kf itrni-y -M. ,Sull r*tU111«U0O«Oii1.
OREGON PRINCE
WILL   flTAKD   FOU   BKBVIOtS
-luring tliu   Hi'timm   nf    |SS*_\   mi
tliu Form -if the uinloinlgiKHl, Chilli-
wluick, mul tit l.;ii.;*lry, IjhIih'i'h IjiihI
ing, und Miiplii itiilgn.
OiiK'inx 1'iiiS'T. wiih fiinl-'il in Orugun:
will hi* (I y.-.int nil In Mnv; in n -tnm.lnl
(zmyi Htninlii 17if Ihiii'Ih high; wi-igliri I(I7*>
11)8. nt prtiKi'iit, will weigh -'limit INHO Hut.
■luring Hi-iiwm; in wry g^ii^u, vory fnttt
walker, good trotter, ami a IWWOrful
horni in linnii-H**. He wiih isiinl liy \Y.
Mycr'n iwportcil I'erelutmi — "White
mnob." OKKflON I'ltiMT. won m*cmnl
-prize ut tho Victoria AgriitnUnml I-'air
lust Novombor* ami in tho InrgcHt homo
on tho mainland of Hritiuii Columbjft,
TKRMfl-810, SI Ti, nml $20, Pftrtioi
front a iliHtnncu wmling iunion will lie
entitled to five pnHtnriigo for one month.
It. STKVKNSON,
jnyUto OkUUwnuk.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
, -AT TUB—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
BUSINESS NOTICE
NOTICI! IK IIKIU'HY (IIVKN,
tlmt. tlm Dullness heretofore carried
on inulor tlio nnnio of It. \V. I'''""" * Co.
on Columbia Htreut, Now WostniltiHtor,
will from this ilnto Im mrtioil on iimlrr
tlio nnmo of TRAPP IllHW.. thoy linvlnrj
puroliascil tlio nlHivo-ttninorl I'liriimms,
assuming all llalillltlos anil uollootlng nll
accounts duo tlio lato linn.
TRAPP IIUOH.
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of R. W. llcniio * Co. must bo |»iM t"
tho imtlarslgnoil within thirty ilnys from
tlio ilnto of this notico.
TRAPP I1RIIS.
March S3. 1882. nillM
H. W. HUGHES,
Newspaper & Book Agent,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
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Liven nml I'ortmltn of Wires of Prrslilontn of U.S.
Ami nny other pniiere or Mntmnlncn of Imiiortitnc*
In Onnnitii or lu (lie United Stntert. Tlio llulletlfi
Dentil riiRr ii lnt of Hoctlfl nml iil.mt-1, vtniMi* nt tins
Muoliitttlt-'H! tiHtitttle. Tint nbore nm utl elTi-ren! nt
llio t-nnift |itlce« iliiirrrcil by pnMhliprs. no (lie
nmitior ynu njinlv tlie Homier tlie impcr will nrrlro,
An-Mit fur Woriu l'tiiiUrtliltiK Co., (liiolnh, Ont.
I1KX11Y W. lU'dHKia. Agent,
mttl Now Went minuter, B. C.
*»■' ("m*t|ili llriiiiiif—liPKt nmilo.  Piirtlciilnrn on
miuiry.
ESTABLISHED   IN   1852.
L P. FISHER'S
XT BIVS I* a.:
DVERTISITSTG
A
•B3T««C3"W
KnoniH 20 nnd 21, Merchant** Ex-
chiut^o, (iillf'irnlii St., S. F., Cal*.
Nil. ~AnVKRTIflI*J« SOLICITED
, for ull newilMtjiera milili.>iliL-i| mi tlie PncltlR
0-tfl»l,..l.t-tinu<lwlr>l) Islnn-U, I'nlytienin, Hexleitti
t'orlM, Piniiimn, Vitl|»irnlm, .lii'iiut, Clilnn, New
Kimlnitil, tliu Anr-tnilliin OoIoiiIh, tho KaMern
J*lnt"« iitiil Kiir»iio. Film of nvnrly overy wvm*-
■>;i|n-r iittlillKlieil on tlm Pm-lOe Cotut nro kent
piitixtiiiitly mi liurnl nml nil nttvertlieni nro
tilliiu-iil jroe iii'CCM totliemiturlnst'tiBliiennlioiiri.
Tlm tlitiTi.su Cut.i'uiiuN ii kept on tlio at tho
•illletinf I., r. FI8UF.H.
To DtsRA-tRS, Complaikts and Acaonnrt
whicli Hagyak-i'*- Vpllow Oil U cuanrn-
tecd to cuie or relievo cither in MAM er
Beast.
TAKEK INTERNALLY NN
CROUP,
COUGHS,
CRAMPS,
SORB THROAT,
ASTHMA,
COLDS, Ac.
APPLIED IXTEMUUr F0«
RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA,
CUILIILAIXS,
CALLOUS LUMPt
SWELLINGS,
STIFF JOINTS,
GALLS,
FROSTBITE,
LAMEXESS,
CORNS,
CONTRACTIONS
BRUISES,
LUMBAGO,
ITCH,
DEAFNESS,
PAIXISBAOK,
SP.I.IIXS,
PAlXInSIDE,**
Kvcry Wile miar.lntccil to gin ulteteO*
tion or money reinnd.it.
DI«HTI0»l WITH IHHI0TTU. ffMIM*
LaiLBTOH Si 00., Proprlttotl
TORONTO, OUT.
TIIE GREAT EXGUS
Imi 11 pvpr-fiii ling
Otirtt for Ner»-
oiinDcbilltr.Kx-
hnuatnl Vlmlity
of h 11 y k i n d,
WviikiiPM, Fnr-
ulyiiu, nml nil
tin- terrible rf-
fVi-in nt vonthrwl
(ollki, nnt) «.
rr.-»ra In mntur-rr jrtnrA.
Dlt. MIXTIK will ni/rpf to foriVIt
V\u IIund red Dnllnrfi for icnitol
Hiin kind Hit* Mini KrMorallVf (iindfr
li ia Hpn-liil Hilvik-iMintl trfMtniftil) will not
1'nre, or for imviliii ir Impure nr Injurious
found In It. UK. MINTIK ir-uta nll Dli-
1-iinen fniciTHPfnIlT wltlitiut ntrourr.
(oiiNiiltllllnil fri-C. Thorough iinml-
iirtiinii mul nilvie.-, $.v'io. Pi ice of TIUI
ItiHlorntlvf, >:ioo « hoitir, or four
ttmei ilit* (|ii-iniit), SlO'OOi tent lo nny
iiildn-iis upnii riii'lpt nl' pritiH, or 0 0. D,t
ironri front ohaprvnliou.nnd in priTnte
nnnio If demrod, by A. K. HINTIE,
N.IK
Til-mi* wlm cannot rinit DR* HINTIE
111 Sun Pmnolffln ilxuild m-nd n foil nnd
miiiiiie nt.i;i-ini'iit ot their trouble! with
S:i'i im, und In rottirn 11 full eouneof
Mmllalne will he forwHrdrd, unenrrlT
imuked, id ei not to excite riirtot-lty,
All order* for nimllolni* 0, 0. D, null
lio ii.'i'iimjMtnli'd with ?!.fill (nn n guar*
itntee of good fultli), which will be deducted whon the pneknge le ihlpped.
BAMPfiH IIOTTI.K IltKK —Sent   on
H|i|ilii-niiiin hy letter *t,itlng i-rmptnme,
tW rind ngo. I'-iiniiHiuiruliimi Rtrletly
cui.flilrnllnl, Jn|3i-ij
II ki.irtm himt, nhii I'i-mkHm-o.fnl.
AYRSHIRrMLS!
mill': imilKII.MIIINKI) HAH FOR
I nnli' nn HniHoimlilti Lol'liiH a few linlf.
Ineil Ayinhii'ir yi'iii'liiiK Hull., elroil by tho
TlinniiigltlirtHt Aynliiiti Hull
nvrrmnK,
Tliu iIiiiil iHttng I'linii'e .Iniry vow..
Jell
A. H. VKDIIKK,
Kumu.

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