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Array woversmont Gazette
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OFFICE, MUSISIA SISHT. IgntMl t, l«-
TMKmt«>MiBiriu-Ti>iirrnmoiiT.t.
Puma sots. swSSranmn ftsit.
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.    tlfwSmM.t jwnN. In Advuc.. Dali,.rM
bv Oirrlir or agaat, 11 ner qauttr, wsMo
quartarly to Oarrlar flr Agent.
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Wm gtrttfehfolntnbian.
latata- arming, Jan. iii USi.
■&mami-—tBs2tmets—&teimft)siBair
Senslfele Ides.
Whatever popular notions may be
entertained about John Chinaman's
usefulness, «o>- one aw-nainted with
the raoe will deny tfcet he has generally a very straight eye to the
: -uir, johaaee..;, ;-^>ju*||_- gel tu>
pretty early in the morning if yon
expect to fool John to any considerable extent Some one has aaid
that, considering their condition of
bondage and semi-civilization, the
Chinese display more shrewdness
and common-sense in everyday life
than any other known people. In
China it is a oastom wiih many to
pay their doctors a certain sum
per week oo long aa they remain
well, bat to cutoff all payment for
such times as they may be siok.
The effect of all this is, of course,
to encourage doctors to try all their
skill in applying the ounce of preventive rather than the pound of
cure, Medical science is of great
value to the human race in curing
the many diseases which flesh is
heir to, but ita greatest advantage
ought to be* in searching out the
hidden causes of diseases and applying the remedies just there. Too
many medical men pay, apparently,
little attention to removing the
cause of sickness; the; deal rather
with its effeots. It can hardly be
because the latter method pays
much the best.
VGLCME2S    i%
0., SATURDAY, JUNE H, 1884.
NUMBER 47
Wealth: A glance dosrntho lists ih
the Times will show fabulous sums
contributed for expetHtiona' to,places
which n\ne men out of'len couW
not find on the' map under an
hour's search. Anothor, peculiarity
of these same subaori#ra lists is
>hi.—that while vte'$tlre world
begs of John Boll'stM gets its
petition answered, tha t-otsplimeni
is rarely returned, If a chimney
catches firo in Sclinoddeldorf, on the
Rhine, a fund is immediately started
in London to replace tha family
washing that wai. dsoetfed by the
soot. If the villagers of »o«>ewhere
in Iceland-bav«t» ja»»*htlieir
bread and, batter li ,a ffjML'Me ol
the fruit crop tititatftii*Lord
Mayor ot London will' invite subscriptions that a shipload of jam
may be sent to them. If the butt
in somebody's back garden in
Hungary overflows and inundates
a Hungarian back kitchen, you will
find English millionaires vicing with
each other to make the damage
g65*r Now look at the reverse of
the pioture, Glance through the
list of subscriptions raised for the
various calamities that happen in
England. Where are the subscriptions from France, from Germany,
from Iceland, or Hungaryl Never
a farthing. The compliment is never
returned, and yet, strange to Bay,
where John Bull Will give a shilling
at home he will send a soverei
abroad. ,"'
3ri h. aaTafeBS,«. d.
mcsM).lron*>las-.,opposlte I
p ».Taaw,n.D,is.c.F.*a.,a.
Suntebn fi O. Pehitentlarr, rnrieon ni
WeitmlnaKr Jail, Coroner ror th. "
trlrt.   Omrn-Cornar of Oiu"—
McK.ul.mrw^BMa^M,,
*
How Ihe Money Goes.
Reform newspapers in the east
are making a good point out of the
change which haa lately been an-
.. nouncad in the Lake Superior tor
minus of the 0. P. R. When Mr.
Maokensje was in offlce he selected
Fort William, on the Katninistiquii
River, aa the terminus in preference
to Port Arthur. A great dust was
raised1 over this selection. Mir.
Maokhsie was accused of all aorta of
crookedness! and the Conservative
press everywhere declared that Pert
Arthur waa by all odds the best
place for a terminus. When Mr.
Mackentie waa defeated the govern'
ment of Sir John fixed the terminus
at Port Arthur. But since the road
came info the hands of the syndicate the terminus, it is said, will be
taken back to the Kaministiquia,
because it is a much better place.
Reformers claim this (eot as a proof
af the good judgment and. honest
intentions of Mr. Mackenzie's gov.
eminent, and the point seems to ns
well taken. Few people, we think,
will question Mr! Mackenzie's honesty, although riot a few may be
found honestly to dispute his judgment on all occasions. These
changes and counter changes furnish
striking illustrations of the evils of
extreme party government, Mr.
Mackentie apent a good deal of
money at fort William preparing
it for a railway terminus. Sir John
apent a good deal more at Poit
Arthur, apparently to prove Mr.
Maokenaie's mistake, and now tjntt
plaoe-is abandoned, But it is the
people of Canada who invariably
pay thete costly experiments and
polities! jugta-iee.     - ■: . "i!;j|lj
British Generosity.
A late number of the fPeeit thin
refers to it peculiar characteristic of
the old motherland: Oommentiag
upon the absurd proposal to open a
fond for the relief of General Gordon, Mr. George B, Sims, of "Outcast London" fame, pointa out that
it ia a remarkablo feature of English
oharity' that it ia alwaya more ready
to begin abroad than at home. Had
the word only been spoken, not
XaOO.OOO, but two millions would
have been raised in a fortnight to
carry on a war in Egypt. But to
carry on a great moral or social war
neeessary for the happiness of oar
fellow-citisens at home funds are
proverbially hard to raise. ..Thero
are at the present moment hundreds
of excellent charities languishing
for. lack of proper support. In
England million.' of men and win
' nan are living in semi-starvation
* and absolute degradation because
public favor is so alow to develop
ittsU'ln their behalf; and y.t missions for propagating the gospel in
foreign parts positively wallow in
Husbands and Wlm.
Very few men (teem to realise the
constant drudgery and the incessant
vexation under, which a wife untiringly and uncomplainingly performs
her, household duties, not perhaps
from lack of kind', feelings, but from
an unpardonable want of sympathy
and consideration. Somo men never
dream of tho hourly irritations and
annoyances to which their wives are
subjected;' they are: so engrossed in
the mad struggle tor wealth, so absorbed in their own pleasures that they,
lose sight of auch minor ineflers as
home,, affairs that claim all of a woman's attention, seeming to think that
a wife should bo happy and contented
if her purse be moderately well supplied. How little audi men know ef
true womanhood,'or of their untie,
and obligations to thoir wives! Yet
they would feel outraged it classed
with selfish and inconsiderate husbands. A man who can not appreciate and in aome measure reciprocate
his wife's loving sacrifices arid unselfish devotion it, in our opinion, no
man. He should be more gentle, more
loving, more scrupulously polite to his
wife, more tenderly oonsiderateol hsr,
sa auch, than when ihe was only a
sweetheart; for a aweetheart is still
her own mistress, and holds the right
to refuse his attentions, whilst a wife
is, in this regard, wholly in his power,
and true manhood wUlreoogniaa tliat
fact and act accordingly. : If a' wife
makes a request of her husband, and
he cheerfully replies, "Certainly, my
dear, with pleasure," tho kind words
penetrate her heart arid are treasured
there; but if he harshly answers, "I
suppose I must, but you're -forever
wanting aonie'huuj," her heart, grieved
and humiliated,' shrinks, within itself,
bearing an ugly wound thai time will
scarcely heal. . ~
A Few Figures.
That the people of this country are
relatively well off, notwithstanding
their expensive waya of living, is
pretty well known.'- Just how rich
we are, and whether we are rapidly
growing richer, or merely holding our
own, probably few can' tell.. Mr. T.
M. Coan has been looking up the statistics of thete matters, at Aome and
abroad, and offers the following figures
in Harper's Afooaan.. In answer to
thequestion, Where do we stand aa to
tolal valuation of the national wealth!
he replies: ....
"We stand near the head of the
list—third on the list ot all the western nations. The United Kingdom
of Great Britain and Ireland heads
the lut with a capital valuation ot fM,-
406,000,000; then comes Franc
with 109,700,000,000; the United
States of America with |32,CQ0,fJ00,-
000; Germany with «28,000,000,000;
Ruuia with 115,000,000,000, and the
Low Countries with »1MM,*0,000
capital collectively. These are. the
valuations made by those countries of
their entire resources. What lathe
average annual income per inhabitant
in Various countrieat We come to the
front in this comparison. The average annual income in tho United
Kingdom Is »166, In the United States
tlw also, in the law Countries, SUM;
in France, 1126; in the British Col-;
onles. 190; in Germany, and also Iti
Scandinavia, (85. In this reckoning
Russia, with her. ninety million, of
people, is out cf sight as yet; she
will not be very long.
On the soon of annual accumulation our case is better, relatively tar
better.  The annual accumulation of
TT M.COOFBB, a. A..*. D„ .
.■f1*- PHY8i0IAM4BDRai;0N.     ■ ;j
OmO* arid RKeiDEKfJ-C-Chureb fit,
BAttiSffSJoA me
amtm ■ftaxstoi-ttont.m.i i to sand
J, 80 to 8 p.m. Odla In town ani oo.n-
rjr promptly attend.* to.    »   frito
ji™
tohm s.iat.aitu|i,M.s,
PHYSICIAN A 8DB0E0N.
. .eon |2« HeMnbl.
I.IOompMiv Service, wtthMlo
i fer the peoplo or Lillooetrathe ha. taken up hi. re.ld.nee
aradnate ol Trinity
aim Assistant 8arg*on
EhI India, lOomprf. ~
announce f- "•- —
trlotibnthl, , _ 	
ritcUM-*)"* and opened .drugstore. All
commuloatlon. by malt promptly attend-
edto." ~~jl   ■•  r^r*T*am
pOB>OVLD*II.COt.L,
BA8BISTERS,: SOUCITOPJS, *0.
Omox—MoKensle stroeij New We-tmln-
■ter, B.C. . ' '■ ■-^•'■■-
n:
■7. ARHSTHOIO,
BARRISTER, BOLICITOB,
 1. . sp-rraaiuo, t-Seira-
Oppodte Colonial Hotel,.
NSW WESTMINSTER • • - ■ .'ft O.
T  7*. WIL-URIOS,
'CUSTOM BOOT A SHOE MAKER,
Chilliwhack, B. 0. Flr«t^la«workr«an-
ahlp, Rapatring neatly and qul^ly exe-
sd. T^rm..trlc'tlyoas^.       mygfom
Taf-DUAT * FRY,  '•.
HOUSE AKD ilON PAINTERB,
Graining, KalMmlnlng and FaiH|rSang-
trig. 8ROP-Clark.on!str«et, oppositTth.
NcwWestmlMlerJ.ll,NewW«attaiit.r,
BriUih Colnmbia. '»»>to
mHE VICTORIA MAIL,
(Late "TImoa.")
BD1LDEB& GONTBAGTOI
ALL KINDS OF JOBBING AND KB.
PAIKS FROMPTLY EXECCTKD.
IHE PKOPKIETOB, JAMES TURN-
l BULL, having again taken pouesslon
tlir Tam-KBAJKE SOIK rronllm..n
■allaa.t.. FwvBl.h^. S.w.akavy
m ana ».t.
P-MercbantSanare, Columbia St.,
mip.ster, In rem- of .**«. PS_ff
COME AND SEE
(Jood Times Have Cont Apis, Bojil
m _„., „„„ „. „„
Columbia and Ohuroh fitreeto, opposite
Bplacopal Church, city of New WeBlmiD-
Kter, B, C, and now known as tbe
FARMER'S   HOME,"
■Will accorajnodate all his old friends and
the public generally who favor him with
■ oall, at old prices. Board per day, 11.00:
Board per week, $5.00: Single Meals, 25
cents; BetlB, 2h cents. B»-Good accommodation for todies and Families.
and
HEA THORN'S
V^bfORIA,
AT   VICTOEIA   PEICES.
B.THQMAS,
tne new Oddfellow Hall, Col-
St., Nnr Westminster.
J.7-Im
■ that 1. allveto thelntereeU of
n^a^M^pUna, per year in ad-
\j-aa. BLIIA TOWLB.   .
GROCER 40ENBBAL DEALER
Good Accommodation, for Traveler..
OpposJto Steamboat Landing,
LANGLEY. „. B.C.
 myM-Sm     	
TJOTAL HOTBL,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK,
Flrat-clueaunrnmodationfoeTravelera.
•:;>iB»|Hi^A*»t^R,
mySl-W-ly     '. Propri.tnM.
TlfBa.«. A.
CENTREVILLE, CHILUWHACK.
 «tr:*«
Bit alee*, aad Sieaita,
United SUtesHU 1825,000,0001 Oar
inersase of national wealth ainee I860.
savt a good Entliah authority, would
be enough to bay tke whole German
Kmplre, with its farmi, oities, bants,
shipping, manufaelories, elo. The
annual aoenmnlatlon has been 1886,-
000,000, and therefore eaoh deeade
adds more tu the wealth of the United
Stales than Ihe capital value of Italy
or Spain.*- livery day that the sun
rises upon Ihe American people itasea
au addition of V(*4W,000 to the wealth
of the Republic/
Heeds,   Leases,  Agree-
wi-i- -z.-r-iiVi"* ""IU"*'1* "J*'
kinds, at T.R, Person *0o'».       *
,.*r«i'f ..
Flnt-Class I>reurnak.r In attendance.
T.
J. TBAPP,
AV0TIONEERANDAPFRAI8EB,
Columbia Street,,..,.. ......Nnr We.tmln.ter
ArraniemenU .r. belni made for an
extensiveAuotlou Sale ~,'*Hr,!'.*yr*Tj,'"
take plH. In aay Hat. PwBeiclnalrou.
of dUpoilm of lh.tr farm., etc:, will do
well to place tbe urn. In th. handaof th.
above'.   --
All comralnlon. will, receive prompt
and careful attention. ' beat refmnoea
SlvenwIwuNiirdtwl.      , ■•.:.    rnhu-tc
-nr a. faldirs,
LAND, HOUSE AND GENIRAL AGENT
Accountant, Collector, Convtyanoer,  '
LIKE, FIRE * ACCIDENT INa AGENT,
' Oustoaon^^faker.; :■'     ;-|
Agent tor P. T. tbhnitbn ACo.,SMdnuen,
—^■ttiiotti,---   .-
And John Leahr,Bmver, Victoria.
omtra!
McKensle st, one door from Columblast,
'   NEW WESTMIN«TER,aC.
ir. i. onoAanAiLS.
A. W.JOlfRS.
■MllUate Aa.mt. aM Br.kcra.
Particular ni
%ff
m paid to the sale of
Larg. Hat. of town and country proporly.
for Sale.
PortMoodyAgent,Mr.Charl..I-o.-.r. 1
orfica-OovMnmeot 8t, near Broughton,
TtHwea,a.C    PO box ill.      apt-tc.
WeDeFERmS,
LAND,    HOUSE.
it and Debt Collector.
KVIML oooo rams FOR ule
ETerr K*b to Ute own Business
•A..   *P3E31EJIjB.
'.""MLAbt'lteAL   '  '"-
CHEMIST&DRUGGIST,
C01.UMUIA  STREET
ton. isowmki HOtati,
KKW WBBTIQKSTJ-E,  B. 0.
S.':£;•—Only.Genuine Dregs used.
Overtwentvvear.'experience.    mrM
IWTISfl COLOMBIA
EXPRESS  COMPANY
;' (Ulfl-rlBD)
The attention of the pnbllo la called to the
REDUCTION
In mt ralca «f Exp nu Frelfkt tmA.
Urnmey atomtUaaeei to ud tkmmt
VlctorU aad Talc.
OFfWE.-MoKowJ. SkMi.  New
Weotmlwtor. do*
mP+dtow* a&d 3P»rcelo
Not mntalnlnf any extra valuable ordan-
gerooa compound!, nnder
15Aito'T*teHi........ .„..„„.,„..»..S&centa
60 fci from Victoria..........  JSoenla
. mmmlOmsiTm^rr
la eamney or bank notea, tmured agatnat
.' .'j   jhnylou whatever, per $100
To or f»m Victoria...— ...........88 conts
To or from Tale A all pointa in the
lottrlor...!...: 50 cento
csoes'
MUSICAL AGENCY,
k    GOVERNMENT. STREET,
Viotoria,   -   -   Britisli   Columbia,
8TKI.VWAI ..rUHoW
BIBKaAII .PliUH
onauuns., ...ruma
BAINBB.   PIAKM
w. mt.il a caMPAuva aatiAxa
, ■  ,     (JaMtc)
FURNITUREI
THB UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
aure in announcing that he U now
prepared to aupply all kinds of Furniture, fto., at the lowest poasible pricea.
Cabinet work and, Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the Citv. A
continuance of publio patronage solicited.
Old Btand, next Occident Hotel,
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furnltnn
Store. anfftc
-— DEALERS IN -——
BOOKS,
8TATIQNERY,
Fancy Goods, &c,
YALE, b. o.
4LABOB   STOCK  ALWAYS Oaf
hand, Qood. not In stock will he
end promptly.
tT.w.p.Mv. •><  St.,.times ,up-
piled from all part, of tbe world.
Prompt attention given .to order, by
mall,
'ante,    A.O. JOHHSTOH, Manaier.
B.C.A.A
for §alt or -tojlent.
FOR SALE.
A SINGLE PLAIN BEDSTEAD,»1TH
wool and ntmw mnttreMea.  Apply at
rob8-te TBuamtr.
Cows for Sale/
SIX GOOD COWS POR SALE.   AP.
plyto   , i,-        ■,
A.IBVrNU.
"y»-lo Maple Ridge.
Oxen for Sale.
FIRST PRIZE!
-FOK	
J. BAGNALL,
IHPORTER A MANUFACTURER OF
PIMOS & ORGANS
AMD AIX KINDS OV
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
l/L/ILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
TV on a Professional Tour, and will
be happy to receive and execute orders
for all kinds of Musical Instruments,
Pianos and Orgaus. tuned or reg-^D^e^. -, &
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
throuith W. H. Keaiy, K. W., will re*'
ceivo prompt attention. jy28to
FRANK a BARNARD, Manager.
FRED HOMER, Front Streot, Agent at
New Westminster. apMc
MESSRS.
Respeetfulljr beg to Inform the publio of
New Westminster and District that
they have commenced business as
Mm Sirreyon *DraugJil8men
IMlBslate Brokers & Agents,
ConveyncerMceoiiatttitbtftc.
And are now prepared to receive Instructions in their several branches.
All business placed In their hands will
receive prompt attention.
They have for sale Town and Suburban
:pi.\   LoUlnNewWestminster,
Town Lots at Port Moody, Port Hani*
'   mond and,Lots on town sites at
Heatings, Granville and
-'English Bay
Also farming lands on the Lower Fraser.
Oflke-F*RO»TfiTBtUT,
' C. F. FT, CemfMy's Wharf.
feMe.
New Foraiture Store
IK.PR0THER04C0.
Manufacturers and dealers in
Furniture
(X all kind., Including
walnut And ash extension
TABLES,
CKNTKETABI.K8, ,
BSD-ROOM SUITES,
IffiOES, MATTRK8SES. *C„ »C.
All kinds of Fomitun, Hattrease., ko,
smi, to ocier In (rrtelais style.
Having nurohaMd for cuh, we intend
taasUanfaoifa k)ric*>.   '
(Ml and h. onr stook before purchaa-
Ing olsewnere.
Snow Room.-Holbrook'. Stone Build-
lag, ColumUa .1,, N.w Westmlnrter.
.      myle-to	
NOTICE.
ikColHkU renllentUnr.
•A Tv*4« IaMrts.l.r
-jOtto"      ' A. hI'mcBBIDE,W.rd.n.
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER.
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Saua Room, Fire-proof Builoiho,
Yatm Strest,
VICTORU, - BRITISH COLUMBIA.
SST Liberal advances made on Consign-
ments.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Eaqnl-
rnalt, New Westminster and the Distriot..
'.;N. B. Parties deairouaof selling their.
Stook, Stock in trade, or Funlture, and
not wishing the trouble of an. Auction
'Sale, can hnd aCash Bayer by calling
oh the above, Office of the Biitish Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
. aaee >r Barber auuter aid rert War.
St.. M0
CIGARS
[Signed]
A. PEELE, See.
(ocHtc)
Dominion Saw Mill Co.,
(LIMITED.)
fflCHMD STREET. NEW WESTMINSTER, 8. C
Manufacturers and Dealers in all
klndaof
ROUGH &
DRESSED
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Tbe Only Rre-Proof Hotel
in the Oity,
TUB CUUMY DRPJUTIIMT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.      r!
THEUl*pi-T*SIO-trBDBKG8U*AVK
to annouhcb to the Publio that he
has purchaeed the above' Hotel, where
everything will be found Urat-class, and
at reasonable rate,.
Ike Parlors and Sleeplat; ApsrI-
■eitl are nnder the superintendence
of Mas. AestiK.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
FmiINm and Privata Parties. !
A Private Beading Boon, com-
modlons, eomfortably furnUhed, and
well supplied with book, and paper., li
provided for the hae of guests.
TffS,XPJ?B or e-YEAB OLD WORK-
OXEN (or sale. 0|iili Iron, 6 leet 11
In. lo 7 ftet 1 in. Al«o-I BDU, and 1
STAG, unbroken, good sire.
^—, WM. H. LADNEB.
mbliStc Ludnor's Landlnt,
FOR   SALE.
M ACRES OP PHUT.CLASS
high and dry farming land on the
ay road.   About »lx acre, cleared
and fenced; smull bouse and good floor-
lahlng orchard of young apiilolrera.  Apply lo WILLIAM Sn-BBAYi
myMSt Ungley.
FOR   SALE.
GPLENDID PABH OF 130 ACBB8.
P B0 acres lilgbly Improved, wllb wood
house and outbuilding., and a flourishing
Jjwrigoreniirdof about In tnee; I miles
from tho bo.t landing ut lj.ogley.oaib.
Trunllltaod, EeurytSrma. Api^lo
mylt-»      HENBY UAVJ8, Langley.
Milch Cows For Sale.
Is supplied with the choicest brand, of
Wines, Liquors, Ckum, Ac.
JNO. AUSTIlf,
PEOPEIItOR.   '
T—f—
HASTINGS, B. I.
WOODS & TURNER,
■Ml Estate Afentv UWI  flurvcfwi.
9n.ailitiinirn,iiii-llniHr«Hi*ti.4KrHU.
. Our property lists are now very oom*
plate, and wo wonld call attention to the
following selections, which we are enabled to offer at very reasonable figures.
Titles guaranteed:
New Westminster City.
Lot 20, Mock XXXII—gooil resilience
site.
Subdivision of lot 10, block XXXV—
6e-r,132 feet.
Southwest' ol lot 17, block XXXVI.
New Westminster Suburbs,
Lots 7 anil 8, blook V—grade.!, cleared
Anil fenced; adjoining residence of W, B.
Townsend, £su.
, Lots 118 and 70, blook V.
Subdivisions of lots 1 nml 2, block C.
Subdivisions of lot. 10 und 23, block 7.
New Westminster Distriot
Good farms in nll parts.
105 aores on.False Creek road.
'450 aeres at Mats<]Ut-—good dairy farm;
highly improved t to bo sold with i took
nmi implements if desired.
300 acres at Sumas—u splendid chance
for dairy farmers.
245 aores near Ladner's Landing.;
320 aores ou Lulu Island,
Port Moody.
A large und complete list, embracing
all parts of the Townsite.
Land Surveying
In all its branches; mans compiled, tracing, prepared, and all descriptions of surveying carefully and promptly attended
to.   3D years' experience.
Having been over almost the whole of
Now Westmiuster District during our
surveying tours, wo are in a position to
give intending purchaser, a correct description of the property offere**.
Money to lend on approved security at
low raws of interest.
-Agents For
The Phenix, of Brooklyn, and the
Liverpool k London * Globe Inanranos
Companies.
The Kohl-able Lifo Assurance Society
of the United State.,
Gladding, HcBean k Co', terra eotta
chimneys and vitrified stone sewer
piping. 	
OPnOB- Ellard'. Block, Columbia
Street, New Westminster.  •
apll-to       WOODS * TURNKB.
Shingles,
Lath,
Pickets.
&c.,&c.
Orders   from   the  country
promptly   filled.
ESTIMATES
of quantity and cost of material for
     fully   ] '•'    •
oharge,
bhllding   carefully   prepared
free of-.'
nrW«lau anla-eaaesl FUeKai a
N**"«y. ;
no24to]
J. B. HENDERSON,
Ibuaaa.
BARGAINS
—IN—
The following very eligible aud valuable property will-be sold at ran ATE
SALE. Full porllonlars furnished on application tn the undersigned:
-6outli\vettt;-| section, block 30, township
2. Hiirrey: 100 acres; 80 acres prume; W aid*
or bottom; within BS' miles of New Westminster. The making of uu excellent
fnrm, elo-io to u good market.
Eighty ncres, nortii % ot northeast V, of
sectioni»,township?, with road running
through to Mud Bay: ti miles from New
Westminster; abler bottom., with flr to
south. To be sold at a bargain.
i. IlosHoau's Ranch, Langley; lot 835,
immpt!, 1(12 acres; 80 acres undor eultlvo*
tion; orehanl, liirgo barn, stable and cab*
In, Thin Is one of the chonpeat pieces of
lund In the market.
llurton Prnirie. back of HU Mary's His*
slnn, lMBacresofas good land as there Is
In the Province; all In one hloek; very
 J ' small
III  hut   ■rnrviiii-v, ciii   in  utiii  univa
noarthe line of tho C.P.R.; has ouo	
house thereon. This Is a rare chance for
one or more parties desirous of gettlnr ■
large (arm, for dairy purposes especial,
North nest H of section fi, township 4; 100
acres; an Improved farm, with certificate
of improvement*.
Northwest Hot section 83, township 11,
The Booth Farm, Ladner's Landing; 240
aores, nil pralrle;fl0 under cultivation, and
200 under fence; good dwelling house and
farm bnlldlnr*.  A greut bargain.
One nearly now nana* by Challenger
of London,  Price, tMO.
One second hand aTwtgy,
T.J.THAPP.
'M-piMaatfl'
Isott S, 7, Ifl mid ;«*, Block XXXll,Tate,
Block XXVII, and Lots IS attd IB,
Block XXVIII, oil in the City
Of New Wtttminstor.
JCKRTIFICATMOTINDltriCAi-
Ibletttlotothe above mentioned lota
I be Issued to Henry Valentine Edmonds on the 22nd day of Augu't,1884,
unless In the meantime a valid objection
thereto be made to the undersigned in
filing by some person claiming an es*
nterestln said lots, or some part
"   CHAS, JAa LEOQATT,
Acting BegtstrarOeneral.
Und Registry Offlce, 21st May, mt,
myM*8m
mHIS FINE AKD COMMODIOUS
X new Hotel has been recently completed and It furnished with every con-
venienoa for the comfort of guests. The
sitnatioq And accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which has become the most fashionable
WATERING PLACE
in Britisli Columbia. The prospect Is
charming, th. ao. breezes are invigorating, ahd the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Disirtt Rooms. Suite, of apart-;
ment. for familiea or parties. Tho Bar
i.  entirely detatched  from  then
aV Th. Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
First-clan stabling and feed for Hon
es.. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day. 4
QEO. BLACK,
jy28tc Proprietor.
ESTABLISHED 1889.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
nearly Oepotlte tkt Coloalal Salel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LABOUST AND CHOICEST
assortment of all description, of
tMEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam-
illes, Kestnuranta, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLK PWCE8.
Free High SgIioqL
TK AtCORDANOB WITH THBpr«-
1 visions made at last session of the legislative assembly, notice Is hereby given
that n Free High School will be opened at
New Westminster,
During tbe first Weok In August next.
This will be a Government Sohool, and
the course of study will be that prescribed
by the Provincial Educational Department. The curriculum will embrace all
subjects necessary for College matriculation, and for qualifying persons to obtain
provincial teachers* certificates. The
school will ba under a flrst-class teacher.
Penohs desirous of entering the classes
should oommunloatc with tne Socretary
ns early as possible.
-       T. 3. TRAPP,
myS*tc    .- See. Bd. of Trustees.
F. F. NELSON,
HAS    JUST   OPENED   A   NEW
Moreat
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found a full stock of
Brr SttSh Groceries, and Sen.
enl Merel.ar.dl8e,
Which will be .old at New Westminster
Prices.
A|«tasr*ntk AaMrteaa Aeeldent In.
r Neit Door to Caledonia Hotel,
»»JMo
nr f-ueantws, ArvailMts, ■alHen,
■aekUsist.. Be.
OSBORNE A ALEXANDER,
628 Market St., San Francisco,
Mechanic.' TooU, Hardware, and Machinery. Catalogue, of all our gooda sent
fr.. on application. ap»-8m
rnHK nNDEHSIONED HAB FROM ONE
— to ten good inlloli cows for Hale. Tbey
are quite gentle and flrst-class mllkera.
For particulars opply to
" roAjwok,
Butcher Is Block Dealer,
mblll-tc. Ladner-. Undlnj.
City Property for Sale I
fpa
HB    VHDBB81GSKD,   WHO  II
_ about to remove from the city to a
suburban residence, offers his city house
and lot for sale. For price and terms applyto ■
JAMES KENNEDY,
myivto On tbe premises.
FOR SALE.
IH CHILLIWHACK, A HOBTOACU
ed farm of 166 acres, of which 80 acres
are cleared' fenced and. nnder crop; good
orchard; neat frame dwelling house, barn,
stable, and double-walled dairy. Will be
sold cheap ur cash. Applyto
MRS. M. A. HABPEB,
JeWt]   Prop'r Royal Hotel, Chilliwhack.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
OHK ACUE OF LAUD, HOKE OH
less, at the Maple Ridge public landing, containing two'houses. One house
nearly new, contains 9 rooms; the other
has eight rooms. Will be sold togetheror
separately, cheap for cash, or rented to
suitable tenants.  Applyto
ap30-3m
JNO. MeKENNBY.
Maple Ridge.
Improved Fan to Lease.
QUARTER SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP tf,
In Delta Municipality, 180 aores. The
farm Is prairie, all dyked and cleaned, 100
acres ready for the plough. A good frame
house24x30has Just been creeled, anda
barn hoju-o, with thrashing machinery
driven by water power. About SOUcies
under timothy. Also a young orchard.
Particulars on application to.'
mhS-tc
T. W. KERR,
New Westminster..
FORSALE.
Wl H. KBABV
Wishes to dispose of his Matiaaery aM
Book More and the good will of the business. TERMS EASY, which can be obtained on application to T. J. Armstrong.
March 91st, 1681. apMc,
STAGE BUSINESS
 AND	
LIMY STABLE for SALf
fFHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
X sale bis entire Stage and Livery business, Including complete outfit of Stages,
Rigs, Horses, stages, Ac. Full particulars
on application. The business Is paying,
and aObrds an excellent chance to on energetic mnn. The undersigned desires to
Bell because he has other business engagements requiring his whole time.
tnJ81-lm W. B. TOWNSEND.
FOR SALE.
mHH BEST DAUtl PAB,M III THE
•i- Provinceof British Columbia,situated
In Lower Sumas, consisting of 1200 acres,
of which 1100 Is prairie and the remainder
Umbered. There is ogooddwelllnghouse
of 11 rooms; a first-class dairy with water
power complete for churning; a large
barn 130*94. terms, one-half down and
balanco on 0 yean* time ut 8 per cent.
Will be sold with or without stock, Apply
to A. S. VEDDER,
JcWin Chilliwhack, RO.
FOR^SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landlne, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runnlnx'hrough
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,    ..
de22tc Ladner's Landln(tB,C.
SECOND-HAND
CYLINDER 8X19, SUITABLE
for direct action Saw-mill: with
Saw Arbor and two 62 inch Spaldieg-
tooth Saws: also, feed gear,'dens*y
pump, and shell boiler. The whole ia
In good order, and may be seen at the
Brunette Saw-mill. Will be sold at a
baijrain.   Applyto
DeBECK BROS. & CO.
New West., 20th Dec, .883,  [delate
THE PINE STAIiLION
t£
(At Mr. D, MoGMltvray's), on Saturdays,
Mondays and Wednesdays.
—4!HIKI,IWHA«E—
(At Mr. A. C. Wells'), on Tuesdays nnd
Fridays.    ,
—K1I«WEES—
On Tuesday evenings and Wednesday
mornings.
Black Hawk Morgan's pedigree md record have been published In the Columbian, and he Is in every respeot a flrst-
class norse.
Terms and particulars on application to
the groom.  w
w. turgoose, Proprietor
W. Miller, Groom. myllVte mmmmgmm__m_m________\
sometimes to abandon principle for
expediency. He must have the
faculty of making himself popular
by herding with a great many dishonest ami unscrupulous people, and
premising what lie doea not intend
to^rfonn. Thi«-%r.%ake2 will
not do. And there are qualities
oi- mind and character belonging to
him which militate against him as a
leader, and which may prevent his
ever attaining to the premiership.
But there is no evidence that Mr.
Smith waB not honest in his criticism, aud he has just as much right
to express his opinion ob the editor
of the Free Press. The colored
glasses of partyism oannot disoern
honesty if It is clothed in the garb
of independence.
Property belonging to tho Ebenezer
Brown estate for sale bv 0. D. HAND."
—mmm—mmmme
CONTRACT.
THE UNDERSIGNED WIU. LET A
cojvtraotlownl  -   -■
outUn, ljoicords
ui' atil.. rite ol lisienrd. peffaontli.t-'ill
toy f* per cc*nL*an<»lll rnrJKh toolttnd
nhouseto;-****-^'-   '* " -•-«■——»■
Jel-am .•'■■
SEALED TENDERS will be received by
the Rov. Father HoGuekln, O. M. I.,
up to noon on WEDNESDAY. the IStli
Inst,, for the erection ol two large Boarding Schools at St Mary's Mission. Matsqui. Plan, and specifications ean be seen
ut St, Louis College, New Westminster.
June8th, 188).    . ,-, Jettd
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
B. 0. Bapress Co.
Wanted
Wanted...
Celebration
..F. 8, Barnard
j...Jno. Irving
,.F. Bidd &Co
 L. Gold
. .Granville
Teachera'Examination....8. D. Pope
For Bale Henry V. Edmonds
Hyack Fire Co J. MoMurphy
Notice.. Sue Ho Hay
Ike fritiah Cotambian,
Salansar Mwilaa. lm, 14. 1881.
A Disreputable House.
The sentence passed upon Anthony Melody lost Thursday is certainly not more than justice demanded, Three times has this man
been convicted of acts calculated to
debanoh the Indians of the city.
The circumstances revealed at the
trials are enough to stamp tbe house
with infamy. It has heen the resort
ef Indian and half-breed women for
the vilest purposes, and haa lived,
apparently, by administering to the
depraved tastes of the most depraved
people. The whole surroundings of
the place are bad. No respectable
man would care to risk hia reputation by frequenting it. In view of
these facta , we ask whether the
license court which meets next Monday should not cancel tbis license.
If ever a house deserved to lose its
license, this is the one.
Honest Opinion.
Sometimes the people of Canada
have reason to complain of unfair
treatment and criticism from the
American press. By way of contrast we publish the following article from a late number of the
San. Franciaco News Letter. It is
both fair aad manly, and breathes
a spirit of friendliness which every
Canadian will notice with pleasure:
"The explosion of a can of dynamite at the Scotland Yard police
station, London, last week, and the
result and injury to several innocent persons aud an equally inno
cent building and horse and carriage,
is not, per sea very important event.
It only becomes important when it
ia considered as a' manifestation of
the diabolical wickedness ef what is
called "Irish patriotism," and is
grouped with the doctrine of assassination, murder and destruction
which is openly preached in this
country by the apostles of Irish
"liberty" as a part and parcel of an
organized conspiracy which haa for
its object the commission of crimes
from which human nature of any
other than the patriotic Irish brand
would turn with a shudder. Se
far the contemptible cowardice of
those who are engaged in this conspiracy ia the only thing which has
prevented their accomplishing tbe
perpetration of an outrjge at all
equal in point ef atrocity to the depraved malignity which inspires
them, and no human being can tell
at what moment accident, at their
instigation, may overcome this diffi
culty, and that the lives of large
numbers of innocent human beings
may be sacrificed ou the altar of
brutality and ignorance, masquerading in the guise of Irish patriotism. If such an event occurs, if
the accidental or semi-accidental explosion of a quantity of dynamite
in the midst of some thickly populated neighborhood in England, or
Ireland, shall hurl hundreds, perhaps
thousands, of men, women and children into eternity, tbe American
people and tbe American government will stand in a peculiar and
humiliating position, for they will be
responsible for the crime. This conspiracy had its orign in this country,
the money which supports it is
openly solicited and collected'here,
and the plan by which it ie to be
carried out are laid and placed in
working order here. Yet no effort
haa been made to suppress tho conspiracy, to stop the collection of
money, or thwart the fiendish plans,
Against this indictment it is idle to
plead the baby act, or to claim that
there is nothing in our lawa which
will enable na to prevent this scandalous proceeding. We are a member of the great family of nations,
and aa such we have certain obligations resting upon ua If our laws
ara ineffective and will not enable
na to acquit ourselves of our obligation they should be altered and
amended. Humanity and national
aerf-respect, apart from all other
considerations, ahould oompel uu to
aee to it that our country ia
. aot made tha basis from which
criminal assaults are made on the
Uvea and property of a people towards whom we profess to have the
moat kindly and peaoeful feelings.
Tlw American people and American
government are'under an obligation
to do to others aa they wish to be
dom by, and tliat expression ia ao
pregnant with meaning that it is
worth illustrating. Suppose that
there were, to-dsy, some thousands
al uBreoonslructed servivors of the
Lost Cause in England, and that
Ume people were openly collecting
money, and laying and M-eouMng
pfii-M toaend against ae-not armies |
or navies in open warfare, but bands
of dynamite fiends to destroy, publio
and private property, and to take
the lives of public men and private
men aiid women and children, what
would wo think about it, ihat would
weaaytoit! Theilloslrationisexceed-
ingly apt, and is worthy of tbe close
attention of tliose brainless philosophers who occasionally prate about
tbe Alabama."
Colored Glasses.
It ia instructive to observe the
different shades which objects present when viewed through glasses of
various colors. In politics, religion,
and tbe affairs of everyday life, we
are apt .to believe that everything
ia actually what it seems to be.
The mind that is permitted too long
to run in one line becomes gradually
seised with the delusion that there
can be no other line of thought
whatever. Hence .. men become
bigoted, and fancy that' they possess
a knowledge and perception very
much superior to the rest., A blind
adherence to partylinvatiably leads
to thia unfortunate mental-condition,
Men of one party seem unable to
find anything but corruption and
scandal among their opponents, and
party warfare speedily degenerates
into personal accusation and detraction. To the outside world the
struggle* appears to be for place
more than for 'principle. One of
the most unfortunate circumstances
is the foot that the press, which has
so great an influence in moulding
public opinion, comes often so far
short of its mission. The great
bulk of the newspapers of Canada
may be found ranged on one side or
other of politics. Theae newspapers
rarely if ever utter a sentiment expressing independent thought. Their
ohief anxiety is to serve the party
to which they belong, and to throw
dirt at the others, To such nn extent has this practice grown that
one cannot rely upon any political
announcement put forward by a
party newspaper. We are glad to
observe, however, that tlio number
of independent journals is increasing. In Ontario lately several new
ones have made their appearance—
notably the Week of Toronto, and
the Sun ot Ottawa. But the utterances of independent journals are
by no means acceptable to the party
press. For some time the Toronto
Globe and some others hare been
finding fault with "Bystander," who
contributes to the Week, because,
they allege, his criticisms have not
been fair to Mr. Blake, tbe recognized leader of the Reform party.
The Ottawa Free Press thereupon
delivers itself as follows: "We are
at a loss to understand why the
Globe Bhould devote so much time
snd space to refuting the vagaries
of "Bystander." The individual
who writes over that nom de plume
is so well known aa a toady of Sir
John Macdonald that hiB opinions
respecting Mr. Blake count- for
nothing with sensible people, Why
is it that "Bystander" ik ao constantly searching for excuses for Sir
John's immoral and corrupt conduct, while at the same time hunting for improper motives behind
Mr, Blake's policy and actional The
reason is plain. Sir John Macdonald is constantly humiliating himself by playing the flatterer and
sycophant to Mr, Goldwin Smith,
while Mr. Blake has too much dignity and self respect to do anything
of the kind. Mr. Blake treats
"Bystander" as he deserves to be
treated. He places bim on a par
with George Francis Train and other
conceited cranks, whose sole object
is notoriety, "Bystander'' assumes
to be above party polities, simply
because be dees not possess enough
honesty or consistency to form an
intelligent opinion upon any publio
question,. If the Globe has any regard for the stomachs Of ita read
ers it will not continue to delight
"Bystander" by noticing his incoherent and insolent attacks upon
Mr. Blake or any other respectable
Canadians. Wiggins is far more
entitled to a passing friendly notice.
If "Bystander" must have notoriety
let him pay for it at the usual advertising rates. Rumor has it that
he wonld not object to such an arrangement." Now, the peraon who
writes over the nom de plume of
"Bystander" is Professor Goldwin
Smith, one of the roost accomplished
scholars aud writers in Canada, and
we pronounce the criticism of the
Free Press nothing less than an insult. It may be true—we believe
as a matter of fact it is true—that
Mr. Smith haa not done justice to'
Mr. Blake in his political criticisms,;
All who know Mr. Bleke intimately
know that> his personal integrity is
above reproach. As a political
leader he baa not been a marked
sucoeaa, but that is more the fault
of tha material ont of which political parties are made than any inherent defects in the leader. A
man who succeeds in Canadian poli-
lies now-a-days must not be too
».    Ha must be prepared
WANTED:
VOU CAN   FIND  STEADY PARLOR
I  employment at good prices by addressing F. Uldd A Co., Dubuque, Iowa,
JcM-.it
-     LOST.
IN THIS CITY, ON COLUMBIA Street,
on Sunday last, a brown Bitch Pup, answering to the name of "Popsie," a suitable roward will be given anyone leaving
the pup ot Lewis'Btable. Jell-lit
For Sale!
TEN TOWN LOTS FACING ON DOUG*
las Street, south of Pelham Street.
Apply to
- HENRY V. EDMONDS,
JeM*tc Land Agont.
WANTED.
A   YOUNG MAN WANTED IN A GEN-
Acrai merchandise store at Granville.
One that understands the business, and
must have good references.  Apply to
L. GOLD,
jeH-tc Granville, Burrard Inlet.
Scotchmen!
A MEETING OF THE ST. ANDREWS
xx&nd Caledonia societies will be held nt
the Skating Rink on Monday, 31st June,
1884. All Scotchmen and sons of Scotch*
men aro Invited to attend.
JeH-W JNO., IRVING, Chief.
NOTICE.
IHKUNDERSIGNED HAS PURCHAS*
,_. od the stock and business of Kwong
Fook Tong, Front street. New Westminster. All persons having any claims
against the said establishment must present thesameon or before the 20th June,
1884, otherwise they will not be received.
jelttt SUE HO HAY.
T
Hyack Fire Co.
lo lm il Hay Concern,
AFTER THIS DATE THE HYACK
Fire Company will not take their engine to Daggett's tank as long as the tank
remains in Its present condition.
Jel4-3t
J. MCMURPHY,
Sec'y H. F. Co.
Educational Branch of
Provincial Secretary's Department,
10th June, 1884.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i_i the Annual Examination of Candidates for Certificates of Qualilieation to
teach in tho Public Schools of the Province, will be held at Vletorla, in the Legislative Assembly Hall, commencing at 1
p.m. on Saturday. July sth next.
S. D. POPE,
jeU*td Supt of Education,
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A RRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN «___.
A with the Contractor In British Columbia for accommodation on the Canadian
Paelflo Railway, and an
EXPRESS
GAR
WTH OUR MESSENGER
public aro thus afforded means of shipping packages, parcels and valuablegoodi;
with greater security and CHEAPER than
by any other mode of transport, as well as
tiie facility for having any business transacted by oar Messenger route.
hand Apm. ill Snk lUmr
At Lloyd's Agency and Underwrlling-Association, remitted to all parts of the Ti
vlnce at favorable rates.
FRANKS.-BARNARD,
Manager.
FRED. HOMER, Agent, Front street.New
Westminster. JelHm
$1§0 Reward.
mm A BOTH BMW A*D Will. ■■
I paid to any person glvlnglnformatlon
that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who maliciously set Are tn somo timber on my premises, on Friday afternoon, the 8th Inst,,
with Intent to destroy the buildings thereon. JOHN MeKEE. Jnn.
Boundary Bay, June 7,1884.       jell-lm
Thedlitren*
big feeling of
I weariness,' of
-;x..-,u..i;.iii without -jtfort, which makes life
a bUfclonjt-t m ninny.'people, Is due to tht'
faot tlmt the blood is poor, and tbo vitality.
omisflffliMtly feeble. If you aro suffering;
fro) Jf -n-h feelings/'.'
Iyer's Sarsaparilla
is jivm iviinl ymi need, nml will do you Incal-
cuihti'r fjojiil.
fJTj J.l'ifi' I'voi'ftrntimi eo omioontrates and
combines l>im>!--iu Ify'ng, vitalizing, enrloh-
ii'<*. ,.-.,. f"vtj?i-rHti'.;- qualities as AYBB'I
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World. ORANGE JUDD CO.,
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REAL ESTATE BROKERS
And Conveyancers. Accounts collected
and Loans Negotiated. Offlee, Columbia
street, opposite the Post Office, New Westminstor, B. 0,
J, O. HvqhkA,        T. C. Atkinson,
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B.C. Penitentiary.
TENDERS Willi* BB RECEIVED
by tbe undersigned until 12 o'clook
noon on Tuesday. June 24th, for supply*
Ing the Penitentiary from July 1st, 1884.
to June 80th, 1885, with the following articles:
1 COAL. Wellington screened. '
8 BREAD, white and brown.
4 SALMON, fresh and salt.
5 GROCERIES.
0  BLANKETS, white S>_ pt, por pair.
7 LEATHERandflndlngsforRhoeshop
Neither the lowest or any tender necessarily accepted.
Samples mny be scon and blank forms
of application obtained on application to
the accountant at the Penitentiary.
Imperial weights and measures requlr*
ed. All articles supplied to be of the best
quality.
[Signed]        ARTHUR H. McBRIDE,
June 10,1884.        [jell-td] Warden.
HAVING ESTABLISHED
immediate connection with
papier manufacturers, we ore
prepared to furnish the various
grades of paper, put up in quarter-ream packages and upwards,
at muoh cheaper rates than formerly. A test lot will prove -
this fact. Our stock also of
miscellaneous books, with the
usual lines of goods associated
with book stores and stationers,
is always kept complete.
T. N, HlBBEN k CO.,
mySl-tc Gov't St., Victoria, .
Having 4ocelved instructions from Mr. B.
Barnes, who is leaving for the East,
I shall sell by public auction on
Tuesday Next, Jane 17th,
AIl.s'clMka, as.
At hts residence, Douglas stroot, next to
H. Etokhors, tlie following
Household Furniture
Jk.XXA   BFFBOT8.
Consisting of bedroom sets, spring and
straw mattresses, chamber sets, blankets,
carpets, pictures, folding and othor tables,
rocking chairs, blinds, lounge, ship in
ease, Singer sewing machine, stoves, piping, kitchen sideboard, chairs, lamps,
glafiBwure, crockery ware, potsfpans, kettles, knives, forks, tools, Ae.
TSEMS CASH.
J. GOLDSTONE, Auctioneer.
A first-class Bene aad Exmrm Wagon.
The horse Is thoroughly broken to single
or double harness or saddle, and will be
guaranteed sound and without fault. Set
of single harness with horse. The owner
wishes to sell as he Is retiring from the
express business. Belongs to J. P. Black.
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WANTED.
■4-
oA
TBOBOBaHLT riRIT-CLASS
...rastom boot and .hoe maker; must be
perfectly sober habits, and a steady
trker. To .neb good wages and steady
work will bo given.
■«Wn)".'\   ■'.:  i':'J'
Cbililwliaek.
TENDERS
R.T. WILLIAMS,
B
OOK BINDER, .ftjftUb-fel.
and Blink Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Hies of Magazines, Illustrated- Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound, .'.
Government Btreet, Victoria, B. 0.
Tenders Wanted.
TENDERS WILL BB HH0B1VHD
by the undersigned up to the 20th June
instant, for placing the ways, at the lower
part of town, in-good order and condition.
Ways must have between two and three
feet of water on lower end at low Water
Springtides. Work to be completed by
30th November, 1684, Bonds will be required for due fulfilment of contract.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted, )
jell-td THOS. L. BRIGGS. -
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION,     ,
finaraatw Capital ...............»■,«.,-..
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head office, Toronto, Canada
A HOMEQOMPANY,'
This Association ' merits the
confidence the Public is repos-;
ing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Security offered to policy holders Is
unsurpassed by any Company doing bust*
ness in Canada,
It has no schemes of insurance, but the
well-established lines, hence the policy'
holders cannot bo misled as to their contracts.
Its statements to tho publio ean be readily understood, Its cash statement showing every item of lncomo and how expen-
Its position tsascertatned annually from
a detailed valuation In whioh every Item
of liability is Included.
Its progress has been unexampled tn
the history of Insurance In Canada. J
Its policies are Indisputable after three
years, nnd non-forfeltaolo after two years-
existence. ,      - '
Its profits are distributed upon, an eqult*
able* oasis, Tbe profits to one class Of
policy holders are not lessened to give
larger iirofitH to nny other cIbhs, which
method affords superior advantages over,
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.  I
Liberal Conditions as lo Residence ani
Travel.
3. K. MneDON ALD,
Managing Director,
T.R.
&G0.
Agents, New westmlnaMr. -
Jc7-2mo*alternato.
GREAT
.dij»>.riin orit sen ■)
COMMENCING
Monday
JUNE oth.
Total M[-M
SALE
OP THE
inninurn
nuuiimcu
-OF-
niLBID,
Columbia St., New Westminster,
Consisting of complete lines'In
DRY GOODS,
-—Millinery—*^-   '*:
d.
Fancy Goods. Clothing,
XX xx X &
Underwear, Crockery,
Groceries
Glassware, etc., etc.
At prices considerably'
Below Cdst.
Don't Miss this Chance!
Real Estate Agent arid Conveyancer, Fort Moody, B. C.
 <t ■. jalfrtc    ",<.-i; ■■,-
PORT MOODY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RUN
a first-class
Four-Horse Stage
Between New ■Westminster and Port
Moody; ioaving Now Westminster every
morning! returning, will leave Pint
Moody, between 3 and ** p, si. Thn.
stages go over (he NKW ROAD to Port
Moody direct, carrying both Passenger,
and Freight.' ,-.-'
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NEW WESTMINSTER,    ■        B.C.
Full assortment of
i
Cons-sting of
Feathers and Flowers, Kid and Summer
Gloves, Sunshades   and Parasols, '
Blaok and Colored. Satins, Cashmere and Frenoh Serges,
Soarboro Serge, Frenoh
Merino, Plain and
Brooa'd Grant ■
adines, .. ;
..■•■ Printsand
Sateens,Ladies
Bolts, Ribbons and
Uces; Silk, LUleand
Balbriggan Hosiery i Silk
' Velvet, and Velveteens, Otto- '
man Cloth k Nun's Veiling, Plaint *
Bnoaded Dolmans, FrllUngs k FringH.
Ladies' Neckwear
In every style.
CREWEL PATTERNS,
Wools and Silks. '/
A SPLENDID STOCK OF
Mm'sand Boy's
Spring and Summer. Suits
A complete line of
Gent's   FunusUngs,   comprising Silk,
Merino, Canton Flann.1 snd Cotton
Underolothtngi White and Col-
or»d OreaShirU|Lln.nt
.     Cllutold Collar, and Cuft,
Oeai-s Ties and Scarfs in «ndlsss ts-
rletyi Hsadkawatsrs, Bracts, te;, to,
VALISES k HANDBAGS.
i."-        .        . .
Largs aSaortawit of Ladlas' GaatlMnen's
,      , ,.,   and Children's. .. ,„,..
FuUliaeirf '"*"■
Brassd.' Tapntry, Kldds* aad Damp
Carpsts, Hugs and Door Mats,
, Cntnines, Lao. Ourtams, Towels, Napkins, Hlokonrs. Flan
nels in all Colors, White
■adtoilrfo
and
. ..In -Jl-prlcos, qailta ;■ •
srs, ntosqUto bar^Uabadsa.
WW^,f»iBw», Grey aad Sosrlet
Blankets at Cost
Dressmaking and Mlllln.ry lone on the
We Liste Hum,
JAWSeUilBkCI.
myH-lm
* B* SlECBIVBD
•ISneS oKto Saturday
ly, lS8,"Tfcr«e«lngmil
_j» COmfflfDY. to beol
.-—. .oi—. -i-^osr, split baatard fashion,
and not lew than three lnche. thick and
' [ht inches wide; to be delivered on the
_ Jes of the Trunk Road near Ohllnkthan
Blougu Bridge, so ob to be of eaayacoeas
wltbawagon. Corduroy to be delivered
on or before the 1st day. of October, l&M.
Bunty will be required' to the amount of
tm tor the-falthful performance of the
contract. Hy order of the Delta Municipal Council.        WM. MoKEK, C. M. 0.
Ladner's Landing, June a, ism.   JeMm
ist MMM
-AT-
T.L1UNIIBL1
tMCeptesSeaaMe Ubnrr.    w     -
Ineludlni tne New Style.
Babertoaii's 8-BU flertes.
Very Complete Line ol
r',.jj   , TkeVmmU, YariwsMjles.
Mark Twain's Experience. 1 bit,
JebLef,of 25 eent Novels.
Rlcbardebh's Piano Instructor.
Qetse's Organ Instructor.
Superb Song Book, tl.
.. .    Song Folio, ll.
T.R. PEARSON & CO.,
Books, Stationery, and Music, Columbia
street, New Westminster.
LUMBER
SHAKES
SfflSSEES
THE Subscribers have on
hand a large stock of
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Shakes, Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Turned Work,
&c, &c, which they are now
selling cheap for cash.
BRICKS AND LIME,
A job lot now on-hand, and will
be sold cheap.-
ALSO, a quantity of Second
Class RUSTIC, FLOORING, *c, which will be sold at
bargains, as they wish to clear
up their yard.
CONTRACTORS and
others who intend building will find it to their advant
age to call before purchasing
elsewhere
ALL goods furnished during'
the month are to be paid
for on or before the 15th of the
following month (unless where
there, is a special; contract), as
we Intend to sill cheap and keep
short accounts.
ROMtcmfPUUWGMILlSCO,
_—UIIITBDr—
NEWWESTMINSTER.
BUTGH€fi,
:. cKirt'REyiLL!!,'r^iui»^|y.''
The Best of Meats
Constantly on hand.
:      myai-Sm
ITEiaiTDBISS. .
mo >b sold sir tbndbb ptia-
J_ suant toanorderof Mr. Justice Crease,
aJudgepf the Supreme Courtof BrltlBh
Columbia, made in the matter of tho
goods of Chas. Patuoe S01111KU.Y, deceased Intestate, alt that piece or parcel
of land and oiccllent business site at
■anrlaen klrer, koowu aa Lot Ten K.,
Oroun One, in the Yole-Lytton District!
British Columbia, containing TWO AND
ONE-HALF AcrfES, more or less.sltu-
ateu .near tho Junction of Harrison and '
Fraeer Rivers.
lenders will be received by and are to
be addressed to the undersigned at Vic-
__}, B 0., not later tban Ms. IHk aay ef
Jmt, vm. .t 6 o'clock p. m.
*flse highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.     , ,.
Particular, and condition, of sate may
be had on application to the undersigned.
Dated 19th May ,1884.
'    *';■„    JAMES O.PREVOST,
my24-td    ..    Registrar Supreme-Court.
Annual School Meeting.
J HE FIRST ANNUAL Public School
Meeting will be held In the Court
use. New Westminster, on MONDAY,
June 8th, at 11 a. m.. to receive the report
of the retiring Board of Trustees.   *
On MONDAY, June 18th, Inst, a public
meeting, of the .resident voters of the
school olstrlct of New Westminster will
be held at the Court House, at 11 a. m., for
the purpose of electing Six persons (two
for each ward) to serve as school trustees
for the ensuing year.
, "10. Any householder or freeholder resident In any school district for a period of
six months previous to tho election, nnd
the wife of any such householder or freeholder, shall be entitled to vote at any
sohool meeting held In such district and
for the election of trustees: Provided Chinese or Indians shall not vote."
"IS, Mo person shall be eligible to be
elected or to serve as a school trustee ina
school distriot wl.o Is not a mate householder or freeholder In the school district
of the full age of 21 years, and otherwise
qualified by this Aot tb vote at an election
of school trustees In the said Behooj district." By Order,
JeTt3 T. J. TRAPP, Sec.
Frank Siddall's Soap
FURNISHED BY    .
HENRY W- HUGHES-
THE ABOVE ARTICLE HAVING
been, tried by nearly every lady in
town with success, needs little or no de
scrtptlon, but (or strangers the following
is printed:—It does the washing for a
family in two hours; no boiling allowed!
little or no rubbing on tho board j blue
not needed; does no harm to clothes.
Plenty of reference if desired. One bar
does two weeks1 washing. The finest
soap known for face and hands, shaving,
etc. Once used, it becomes a necessity.
Money refunded if the above is not true. ,
The undersigned being the first to introduce tt, respectfully asks the ladies to
patronize him. Orders kindly received
by Ellard & Co., at tho Occident Hotel,
and orders received and Soap supplied
at Mr, 0.6. Major's, cor. Columbia and
Mary streets.    .v->   Momii-i-.fi  io
Being well known as agent for ail
newspapers, magazines, and books sold
by agents only, I need no introduction.
To those out of town, a letter wiU receive
prompt attention.   Address
.  H. W. HUGHES,   ■:.
mhSl - New West„B. C.
..AT.,
PortMoody,
i*
lew WestmlDster,
Fort Hammond,
Fraser VaHey,
 POU SALE BY.
C. D, BAUD,
Real Estate Biter
 AND..
NOTARY  PUBLIC,
Columbia Street,
 ORDERS  (OR—
SttRVEYIN;a
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
MONEY TO LOAN
—AtSO-rr
tfnt Ir lift, fin ui MA
INtUHANOI OOMPANIU.
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Wt^j«i^.*rtuakrit ■■■'■'■-^■■'-■' ■■-- "-T'-'.-«AcsainaaaasBaa^^
stxial&**aiiMBim
nm mth.
Mon,Sots, per line; iubseqal
Ictererlfne
ssaws
idB
iicol,...'
Jlnohea, JJ par moMBj 1 ln«l
montb. Tbeae rate, to be
lots, per lfiu.
"-—laj.Ooi
gent*,.
Rwnlsr Oomuerol.1 ana BnaiasssA*
■jawgrsue-f	
WpaMjjjffiijj
mum. which i»p»ln
Trior a lm pmlodita.
SL, 115 per month: H aal.,,
iches,6;l Inch,*
_, jf reading iuatter.-*nrat
luwrtlon, 10 cu. perllne; robsequBi-Insertions, Sols, perllne.
Births. MairbtM and maths, 11 Mob.
Funeral noticM accompanying death notice, GO cu. extra. .....j
air All tramlent advertisement, will 1»
measured by a K.I. of solid Nonpttlel,
whlob makw li Unas to tbe Inch and.1
■ to tbe lln.. Display lines must be
allowed lor in making Mtimatea. No a
.litwrntal liucrt»d7or less than HOP-
Witt §ritt*h fslnmbian.
1 14, I
Great Britain has 8,600,000 women
earnlnn
A great naay baildings are being
erected in Victoria.
H. O. Vennor, the great Canadian
weather prophet, it dead. I
The publio landt en Vanooaver
Island ara being taken up bf settlers.
Several communication, frosa up
eountr- are crowded out of thb Issue.,
It is expected tha str.. Enterprise
will ba rsaS, for business iii about a
week.
v Remember the auction all. of henae-
hoU jfftota, kc, bj Mr, OokUtW
liext'Tuesda-. .      -'•«,...
We an glad to learn ihat there is
no truth in the reported drowning of
King at Seymour Narrows.
No indications of rain yet.1'The
weather it clear and pleasant, but a
good shower is greatly needed.
The str. Ruby hss been detained at
Victoria by the inspector in conse.
" quence of a defect in ner boiler,
A raeetinguf those interested in base
ball will be held at the-Sltating Rink
next Tuesday night at 8 o'olock,
The collector of customs at this port
has a habit of going about the streets
with his pocketa full of ripe peaches.
Some of the. city, lawyers have
changed the wholo aspect of nature by
shaving themselves—instead of their
clients.
New buildings are going up iii a
number of places throughout' the city,
but the demand for houses is still
greater than the supply.
On inspection it has been found that
tho planking of the opposition str.
Amelia is badly rotted, and a great
deal of it will have to be replaced,
The barge Taylor is still taking on
lumber at the Dominion Sawmill. It
is expected her cargo will be completed
next week, when she will go to Victoria.
The Betoitrces of British Columbia
for June it out. It contains a lithographic portrait of Hr. Robt. Dunsmuir, K.P-P., and the usual quantity
of reading matter.
The steamboat inspector expects to
be in thit city to day, and will remain
till the 17th. Any person having
Steamboats and things to inspect had
better bring them along.
It will be teen by advertisement
elsewhere that the people of Burrard
Inlet are preparing for a loyal celebration of. Dominion Day.. Tht programmes will be issued shortly.
Th. postmaster received an official
letter yesterday stating that the missing British Columbia mails, Io.tl.st
March, arrived- at Windsor on the 4th
i inst.   No particulars are givan_
We are very glad, to observe that
the new. steamboat inspector, Hr.
' Vigor, is insisting upon sound steamers and engines and life-saving apara-
tut. We have had quite sufficient
neglect in these matte*-.
A man named Collins, lately employed on the staff of the Guardian,
walked out of the Occident yesterday
morning with nothing on but a brief
thirl. Constable Wiggins wss sent for
and persuaded Collins that the cottume
was'too thin..
The excess of women in England is
so great that Lord Shaftesbury has
just declared that the greatest benefit
that could be conferred wouldV the
emigration of-from 2000 tb 3000 women. It would be a good Idea to tend
about five or ten thousand of them to
British Columbia.
Attention is called to the Hyack
notioe which appears in our advertising
columns, and also the communication
from the secretary of the company.
This is a matter which ought to have
the attention of the council at once.
In case of a fire the consequences might
be very serious if the tank was found
out of order.
A German named Jno. Oeise fell
from the roof of tht Colonial building,
on Thursday to the second door, a distance of about 26 feet He wu gathered up with several broken ribs aud
his head severely eut, but is doing very
well. He fell through the inside, of
the building, and wu caught by the
, beams of the second floor.
The oonsequences of the Oriental
Bank failure an not likely to be to
disastrous u wu at nnt anticipated.
It is not one of unlimited liability and
the shana an not held In large blocks.
Still, especially to smsll investors,
the leu of £30 per shan in property
and of £26 per shan if oall to pay
creditors will bis very considerable.
Tha Quardlcm of Wedneaday offers a
nots intuit to Hessrs. Cunningham,
Hendry and Elliot because they voted
in the council u their judgment suggested. Apparently ths organ would
Ilka to ate voting done by machines.
Messn. Deane and Johnston no doubt
had the public good in view, but those
who opaieed their resolution an surely
not leu Independent and able to fi
an intelligent opinion.
SoHOOi Emotion. — Ratepayer,
should aot forget the election of school'
trustees which talumJidacg'Sbst Hon-
day. In this city nominaiiona will be
Weived from.fl tSWWW
closes at 4 .In rural districts the
closet at 8. Let us have the
available men in these responsible positions. .'..•■I ::.r:r».ia >;:■>•■/ '
———     t, r       ' .',
: Viotobta Tntu.—Thii new dally
evening paper hu made ite appearance,
and gives promise of usefulness. It is
weU printed, and itt columns an fortunately not bristling with the unseemly strife of party politics. It is
published by the Timet Printing Oo.,
of which Mr. Tho.. Gardiner, late of
the Portland pre.., is manager.
-— •
Tax AQBioowoBU Sooim.—The
managers are preparing the prise list
for the next show. The premiums will
be liberal and the list will, embrace
many articles for which competition
hu not previously been invited. If
the drought ahould not seriously affect
crops in the lower country the exhibition promises to be succestful,—Colonist. ' ... i.  '
: i.    _ —„
Bid a Ribbon. — On Wednesday
evening the following progamme wu
presented: Two ohoriuwby the choir;
duet by Hessrs. Cunningham and Ogle;
readings by Miss White; arid Messrs.
Jno. McMurphy, Willie Clute, D. B.
Calbick, and Price. Lemonade wu
served after the oattrtaaajabBt.' We
understand the Blue Ribbon, W.O.T.
U. and Band of. Hop raeetiatew.il
hereafter be held in the Slating Rink.
'' ' ' / '»'."' ■ ■ '— f
Uxraass.—It will be seen by a not-
tice elsewhere that the British Columbia Etpresa Co. has arranged to run an
express car on. the railway from Port
Hammond to Lytton, Thia will be a
great convehience fo the publio, and
will give a much mora general and
regular service than hu hitherto been
possible, British Columbia is steadily
advancing, and the express company
seems bound to keep fully up to the
times.
-— »
A Wooimk Miil.—At lut ^"'responsible party hu come forward' to
put up a woollen mill in this city, The
oity council have appointed a commit,
tee to confer with him, and it is believed that no difficulty will be found
in obtaining both the provincial and
city bonuses, which Will be about sufficient to erect the mill. Tho city should
also exempt tho property from taxation,
and give the proprietor water free.—
Colonist. •• ■   ■ •
*■ --—..    -    " »> : " .]
Dominion Lio.oon Act.—Hon. A/E.
B. Davie will proceed to Ottawa'to
represent the province before the supreme court of the Dominion in the
constitutions! caso to be argued before
that august body. British Columbia
hu been invited to be a party to' the
case, and tho public will be glad to
know that they havo a government
that is ready at all times to maintain
the rights of the province against invasion.— Colonist.
room while Hary went into the bar
and asked for beer; Anthony Melody
wu behind the bar and gate her the
beer; ahe got three quarts that day; a
man named Massanger wu in the bar-
.._.    .    ftetoidjol-
, it wu for Mary Jane: Melody
jhld tee Mary Jtne when the: stood
hi the won)adjoining the bar. Mary.
admitted ahe hid, been » timu befon
the polios court and twice in gaol.
Hary Jane's evidence corroborated
that of Mary on the main points. Fer
the defence Hasttnger wu called, but
said nothing of importance to contradict the other.witnesses ; When Mary
came in, he aaid, she uked if he wu
going to gin up; he said yes, if she wss'
going to give him a kiss; he didn't aee
any other woman there, A man named Brew, also appeared for the defence,
but hisevidenoewuof no consequence.
After addresses from both counsel, the
magistrates found the case proven, and
imposed a fine of (300 and costs, with
3 mos, imprisonment. Helody wu
committed and now liu in gaol. In
pronouncing the sentence, Mr. Ferris
uid that (within the put three months
Melody had twice been fined 1300, and
the lut time escaped prison only by an
assurance that he would go out of the
butineu. The reputation of the house
wu extremely bad.
Yesterday morning Wing Long wu
brought up on » charge of selling opium
without a license, and Twong On Long,
Twong Joy, Ytm Sum (Ah Foo), Ye
Ohong Gang and Ohong Wo, wen
charged wtth selling liquor without li-
form
Then is- nothing equal to Mother
Gnvu' Worm Exterminator for destroy-
tog	
Dawo Sroaui Kjuiioors.-Mossn.
Kerr ts Clarke (eldest son of
Dr. 8. Clarke of Curtis A Co,
this oily) have opened a drug store
at Kamloops, the -Unt in that
asction of wuntry. Htasrs. D. 8.
Curtis & Co. shipped the stock for tha
new Htabliahment by the "Irving"
this morning.   We congntulate tha
nle of Kamloops upon securing a
ston presided over by two u able
young druggists u Kerr and Clarke;
-'-' .-' •
Bauu.— The temperature hu been
remarkably frigid for bun on the
Scott road for the jut two or throe
weeks, Our amateur hunter, bar.
lust nude the air blue with gunpowder.
Utt Tuesday Thomu Kennedy, of
thb city, killed a luge sho bear. The
animal wu observed on a rotten log a
law yards tram the road, regallnritsalf
on abta. A ball from a Winchester
jut behind the shoulder wu mon than
tha ban lad ant-Mpated, and proved
too much for Its diajtttion.      '
Thb Simon Tbadr.—Reports of
light runs and short packs come..floating northward from Sacramento and
Columbia riven. The run ia the Sacramento is certainly almost a failure ;
but it 'sby nomeanscertain that Columbia river (although tho run thut far is
very short as compared with last year's)
may not make a better Showing later
in the season. It is a fact, however,
that several Columbia river canning
companiu have gone out bf the business, and this will reduce the pack
very materially, even if the last run
should make up for the deneienou of
the first run. Some persons who pro-
feu to gauge the situation accurately
put the shortage u oompared with the
yield of lut year at from 40 to 60 per
cont. On Fraser river the following
establishments will not paok this season : British American, British Columbian, British Union, Delta Canning
Company, Findlay, Durham & Brodio,
H. Haigh & Sons, and K.A.Wadhamt.
Then seven cannoriot packed 82,000
cues in 1863, so that provided the
others pack u much u lut year (an
extreme estimate) the supply from that
source will be 47,792 oasu for 1884
against 100,602 cue. lut season. Under the influence of light packs prices
ir CoW'    '
at San Franoisco
brands have advanced
doten-ColonMf.
lumbia river
to 6 cents per
Police Conrt.
MWMQf mmfmmtmwu.
j During this week things havu beep
unusually lively in the police court,
On Monday' Messn. Bole, Ferris and
Pittendrigh, J. P.'s, ut on the bench.
The fint cue wu Ohong Sic against
Ah Sue for aauult. The case waa dis-
misted.. Ah Sin, Ah Fah, Ah Was,
and Ah Old wen presented on a
charge of supplying liquor to Indians,
All pleaded guilty except Ah Gin.
Constable Rosbury stated that ha
found a bottle in possession of the Indian Squsmish Jim, and Jim said he
Kt It from Ah Gin. The Indian swon
got the HqUor from Ah Oin and
paid 11.00 for It. Ah Gin absolutely
denied all knowledge of the matter.
The court gave Ah Bin, Ah Fsh and
Ah Wah 160 eaoh or 3 root., snd Ah
Gin got 1100 or 6 mot, Mr. MoOoll
(Corbould ft McColl) appeared for tha,
Corporation in then oasu. Mr. Bole
then came down from tho bench and
appeared u Counsel for tho defendant
in the next oast. This wu a cau
against Anthony Helody.for conniving
af supplying liquor to Indians. Ths
witnesses wan Mary Buill (a half,
breed), Mary Jane (Indian) and Constable Wiggins, for the prosecution.
The facts disclosed by the wltnestu
fist* these : On the 31st of May Constable Wiggins happened to tea Hary
and Mary Jane go into the Pioneer Saloon, through the back way, and return
with what seemed to him a quart of
beer. He went to Mary Jane's house,!
found the beer and arrested the two
woman, Mary and Hary Jane ststed
that they were prostitutes; on the day
named Mary Jane gave Mary soma
Friday, except those of Wing Long and
Quong On Long. Mr. McColl appeared for the prosecution and Mr. Atkinson for the defence. For the protecu-
t;he witnesses were Constable Wig-
Mary Basill and Frank Gallow.
k gavo Mary a small bot ori the
13th May, and two bite to get it filled
with opium. She went-to the store of
Wing Long and uked for opium. He
gave her some in the box snd she paid
for it; Frank stood at the door and
witnessed the transaction ; Mary gave
the box of opium to Frank and he gave
it to the constable. There were several Chinamen examined in the defense
and the police magistrate reserved his
decision. .
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' Th*whole civilized world mutt share
the feelings of .horror aud indignation which the late explosions in London have excited in Great Britain. All
right-minded men most fervently hope
that the miscreants who so wontonly
destroyed property, endangered life,
and indicted serious injuries on innocent people will speedily be discovered
and brought to justice. That the men
who plan and deliberately perpetrate
then outrages may hope by their
means what they believe to be a public good does not render their orimo
leu atrocious or leu shocking. They
may be fanatics, but they an not
therefore the leu criminals. They-
may imagine that their act, are acts of
war, u it is uid they do, but thein is
a war against society, againat humanity, and the means by which they seen
victory are inhuman, nay, diabolical.
They seem to become moro expert in
thon means, and more daring; and although they cannot, in the very nature ' of things, be numerous, they
seam tojhave covered {Europe with a
network of conspiracy and crime. '.
' The gen|sml iinprusion tt that the
London explosions were the work of
Irish Americana. If we may judge
from what it said in thou New York
papen which profeu to be the organs
of thst wing of the great oonspirioy
the* parties aforesaid hope by means
such u this to tone the British, Gay'
ernment to withdraw from Inland,
Nothing mon absurd oould well be
imagined, and yet there is a method
cense.   All were enlarged until next In their roadnaat that ia appalling.
Cmnmumcations.
Fire Tanks.
Editor Columbus. — At a regular
meeting of the Hyack Fin Company
held last Wednesday evening it wu
unanimously resolved that the company
will net take their engine to Daggett's
tank u long ult remain, in Its present
condition (ate advertisement) on the
lowing gTOmdsi They consider it unsafe
on account of the large quantity of mud
and gra'v.1 collected therein. Tlie engine had a narrow neap, at the late fire
in thit Otaadlan saloon, from choking
through ths above canes'.  The attention
StmnAY is Cauuky.—Calgary Herald: ■■-We arrived in Calgary early in
August lut. On tbe following Sunday
there wen a horse race, two foot races,
a baseball match and two auction sates.
Besides these, the billiard saloou. wire
open and the storm doing a rushing
business. Being fresh from {he orderly
-doeorum of an Eastern thMth,. *, jfsag^t-aaj^jjg^i ^f_____
place! Lut Sunday there wen seven
services held in Calgarry, buides Sabbath school, 'The sound of the church-
going bell' wu heard pealing forth its
sweet-ringing notes, and a quiet, subdued msnner wu observed everywhere."
thecoaditioaot
without aay result, and on Hay the 19th
a letter wu handed to the municipal
council from the fire company complaining in strong terms about the uid tank,
oosompanled by a letter from the chief
engineer of the fire department earnestly
recommending that the tank be cleaned
out and repaired without delay. Theae
communications appear to have Men considered not worth even an acknowledgment. On referring to the local papen
we find these oominunications were handed over to the fin committee and at a
later meeting the chairman reported the
tank In good order, But we do not want
a repetition of the Colonial fire. The
delay on that ooeaaion wu caused by
just the same reason, the 'bad condition
of the tanks, and, ths firemen take no
blame upon themselves for the result of
that fire because the attention of the
council had been drawn to then tank,
loug before the fire occurred. -Yours respectfully,
Jno. MoM"»*hy, 8a.,
BecH.F.Co,
Mr. R. C. Wlnlow, Toronto, writes:
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are troubled with Indigestion, I tried a
bottle of It after suffering tor some ten
years, and the result, are certainly beyond my expectation.. It assists digu-
tlon wonderfully. I digest my food with
no apparent effort, and am now entirely
free from that Sensation, which every
dyspeptic wall knows, of unplesMnt
fulness after uoh meal..
Chicago's Latest Freak.
The gnat city of the laku is noted
for its novel and- stupendous enter-
prises. Its elevators, railway depots,
water-works, and "oomen" ara - tha
biggest things of the kind" in the
known world. But Chicago ia not
happy. It hu plenty of flat prairie
land, and a vatt unsalted.ua to the
eut, but nowhere in sight is then an
island. Now an island is.-aboveall
thiagt, the pet delight of the avenge
man and woman of Chicago; and so,
u nature hu bren niggardly In thi.
respect, a now artificial island hu
been projected at a point about a mile
distant in Lake Michigan from the
Chicago shore. It is to be forty acres
iu extent, and will have a hill for a
hotel in the centre, which will be at
lent 60 feet above the water line, and
will afford a magnificent view of the
lake and city. The land it to be formed
of sand ana clay, dredged from the
lake. On the shore side it to be a
land-locked harbor of seven sent to
admit lake craft of any tin, The
island is to be guarded by a breakwater' 17 feet in height. The lske at
this point li 18 feet deep, lt ia ex-
pected that this will be the great
pleuun resort of lhe western country during the summer aeuon It
will bt another Coney Island, but
without the dams, salt water, or the
surf. The cost of thit Improvement
will be over 12,000,000. Mow if it
has an Island, Chicago ought to havo a
chain of mountains, not so remote ts
tha Rockies. - If near enough Urthis
enterprising city, the range woall out
off tbo norlh-western ttorsMtl
^fer.mKi,rii..
ject for an island shows put enL
prire on the part of tho Chicago people, and will undoubtedly psy ex-
rm»* .,„';."'■, y'.
By a strange coincidence, peace
itaalf Is, after all, the greatest army
contractor in the wcild.
They are not Homo Rulers or Land
Leaguers, ami nothing that tha British
ParBaiuani could do would.' satisfy
theut while Inland remained parf'of
tho British Empire. To effect their
purpose they seem-to. think, that the
wholo Irish people should be driven to
employ revolutionary methods, and no
avowed enemy of Ireland drains more
than they do that all constitutional efforts for the good of Ireland should
fail. When it wu believed that an
agreement whioh the Tories in Parliament have spoken of as the Treaty of
Kilmainhera wu made between Hr.
GUadsUiia aud Mr. Parnell, those
dreadful murder, in the Phoenix Park
wen ordered and committed. Now
that Hr. Gladstone hu committed
himself ao thoroughly to thb extension
of the franchise in Inland, and important amendments are to be made to
the Laud Act, and it seems likely that
the constitutional Irish party-will be
strengthened, those murderous explosions take place. The only political
effect of these must be to nnder it
more difficult, for Mr. Gladstone to
give to Ireland what he thinks it it entitled to, aud to embarrass Hr. Parnell
and his associates. They may also lead
to what some of the London papen
speak of a. reprisals. Justice and common sense an often lost sight of under
the influence of such passions u
thon outrages art quite likely
to excite, but il it to be hoped
that the English people generally will
not hold the Irish people accountable
foi: the crimes of a few miscreants or
madmen ;and especially that none will
try to take revenge for what hu been
done by criminal attacks such as Some
of the London'ipapan apprehend.on
the Irish living in English cities, the
great majority of whom may be implicated in the crimes that have excited
so much just indignation. It would
psrhspa be u well that the Irish people on both sidu of tho channel did
somethingto prove' to the people of
Gnat Britain that they abhor u much
u ths English themselves the policy
and the acta of the dynamiters, regarding both u "inexpressibly devilish," to uk tbe language in which Mr.
A, H. Sullivan ia uid to have describ-
en thom. We do not know that any
declaration they may make would be
accepted u proof that they abhor the
polioy of dynamito, but it would be
well, we believe, that they gave full
expression to what we havo no doubt
are their feelings in thia regard. It
would, at lout, be utisfactory to many
who sympathise in their constitutional
struggle for justice.—fflooe.
Canadian Independence.
Sir Richard Carl Wright's declaration,
feeler, or whatever it may he called,
in favor of independence hu stirred
up the dry bones of the factions, and
acted like a blut from Gabriel's trumpet on the limbo where the impenitent
ghosts of Tpriu and Grits howl st eaoh
other through the. Cimmerian gloom of
dead issues. Intensely amusing it is
to observe how gingorly the parties
playing for the power to tax and
sounder treat the question raised by
Sir Richard. At the hud of each
party are a lot of fossils who will not
observe the current of popular feeling,
but who aro ready to float with the
tide; in the speech of the ox-nnance
minister, however, there is a distinct
stride forward towards the control of
an iuue that it fast assuming a fint
Elaco in the popular mind. He would
e blind indeed who, looking back on
the development of political thought
in Canada since the union of 1841,
should not discover that independence
or something tantamount to it must bo
the next move in our history. What
ems the National Polioy but a declaration ot Independence f But it is to be
feared that, like the Reform party of
40 yean ago, the Conservative party
of to-day place too muoh reliauce on
what they have done,
-hhoulder the crutch and show how flouts
wenwon,"
and thereby allowed the Liberals to
steal a manh on them. The N. P.
cry, the cry of "Canada for Canadians"
touched the popular heart and carried
tho country. Why ? Because the day.
of colonial tolilago an gone forevor
from America. A continent occupied
by a people .of one common origin,
enoakiog the ume-langnngu, heir, io
the um. literature, and intent 'only
on the aria of pe.ee, are not to be long
separated by barriers set up through
the fends of old world dynasties tliat
have long since passed nnder the guillotine pf popular contempt, and disappeared.
Biit there, is another' and wider view
uf this question. All over the world,
wherever British colonist, have planted
Ihe institution, of the mother country,
then is a perceptible growth of the
independent idea, somewhat paradoxically allied, with .a profound seme ot
loyalty to Great Britain. Even In the
United State, the better cissies recog-
niu the.tabilityof British institutions,
and a strong reaction in favor of unity
hu become apparent. We do not
think It ie ponibte or dnirable that
then should be a federation of the
Knglkh-sMtfting petiplu of the mth,
but ite da hold that there b a poui-
billty that an undemanding will ho
arrived, at among then scattered nations tor the establishment and main-
lenatweof good order: in all parts of
tha globe, This glorious result can
only be retarded by tho continuance
af the colonial system- in Ita present
shape. In the very nature of things
Wen great, widely separated communities, must become too vast in wealth
and population, to be governed from
London. But though their interests
may be diverse.' thoy are united onia
common principle, and it will be found
most beneficial for them all to work
harmoniously together, under, the protectorate of a common flag.
If English statesmen were win they,
would foster this idea, for therein lies
the future safety of the empire. But
should they waste their time and energies in such wretched expeditions ss
that to Egypt, the moment for action
■nay be lost. The sentimental attachment to the glories of England becomes
weaker every generation among colonials, especially through a long peace,
during which nothing occurs to route
martial enthusiasm,
j As for narties in this country: Sir
Richard Cartwright is perfectly right
There is a strong and a growing feeling
that the sequel to tho Nat ionalPolioy,
rjghtjy understood, is complete commercial independence.
If wo would treat with foreign nations, we must be on an equal footing
of Jgvereignty with thom. This is not
difrbyalty; it is loyalty to our own
ooialry.—Ottawa Sim,
 ■
. .The meed of merit for promotiag per-
tonal esthetics is due to J. C. Ayer*'
Co,, whose incomparable Hair Vigor is a
universal beautifier of tho hair. Harm-
lew,1 effective, agreeable, it has taken
ftaVimong the indispensable orticln of
'thftoilet. To scanty looks it gives
luxuriance: and withered hair it clothes
with the hue of youth.
'W
ipnpui
NEWS FROM JUL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Quebec, Hay 29.—The lottery bill
was withdrawn in the legislative council to-day, and will not be again attempted this session.
Montreal, May 30.—The sale of
lands In tha north-west by the Canadian
Paoifio Railway during May aggregate
sixty-five thousand aores. Lut May the
sales were only sixteen hundred, whilst
the sales for the year were thirty-three
thousand aores. Prices ranged from
$2.50 to $7.50 per acre. Hon. Donald
A. Smith who has just returned from
England remits tbat the interest in Canada Is unabated there. He says the
stock of tbe Canadian Paoifio is being
rapidly absorbed by English Investors,
who are taking advantage of the present
low quotations. President Stephen and
Hon., Mr. Abbott sail for Canada,
: TogoSTO, May 31.—Tho Dominion
board of license commissioners have
granted another license on the Island
which was refused by tiie provinoial
board for two years. sThe temperance
people) are furious. The Globe's Ottawa
correspondent says that Hon. Mr. Chap*
lean wilt take Sir Charles Tupner's place
as the fighting man of tbe cabinet in the
house of commons.
London, June 1. --The new Irish Land
Bill, introduced by Mr. Trevelyau, is in
substance a generous measure by which
the Irish peasantry will be enabled to
become absolute owners of their farms
JEX paying yearly for forty years a sum
H$s than what they now pay for nnt,
the government undertaking fa advance]
a hundred millions for this purpose. Mr.
Parnell reserves his decision, but tt Is.
understood that he intends to oppose it
on the pretext tbat the country eess Is
made liable as security for these advances, but really because a bill of that
scope takes the land question out of his
hands as a lover for further agitation. .
London, June 2.—Mr. Dwight L
Moody, tlie evangelist, announced this
evening at his revival service on the
Thames embankment that the health of
his colleague, Ira l>. Sankey, kad agsW
collapsed. He added that Mr. Sankey's
complete restoration to health was
deemed absolutely improbable, and that
his voice, which had bo often led thousands of assembled worshippers in the
songs of Zicn, would probably never be
heard igaiii in their services. The
preacher said tliat the. great sin-tar's
present prostration was so complete tbat
ne had been compelled to retire from the
Work of evangelization, and would sail
for bis homo in the United States on
next Saturday. Mr. Moody pronounced
a touching eulogium on the services and
devotion of Mr. Sankey, and concluded
by asking the prayers of the congregation for the preservation of his useful
and honored life. The response was very
earnest and affecting. Several fervent
prayers wero offered for Mr. Sankey's
recovery, and many people In the con*
gregation, including Btrong men as well
as women, were moved to tears.
London, Juno 7.—Under the heading
"A Beaconsfield beyond the seas," the
Pall Mall Gazette says: "Blaine's nomination is the most notable event for England since Lincoln was assassinated.
Wherever Blaine can oust the British
from positions they hold on the American
continent he will use his influence, His
menacing intimation that he disregarded
the Clayton-Huhvcr treaty ia an evil
augury for tho future relations of England aud America. His intervention iu
Peru is moat ominous. Then ho has declared that he disliked England to win
commercial triiimnhs in fields belonging
to America. England watches with ex*
treme solicitude tlie progress of tho cam*
paign."
London, June 8,—Granville and Wad-
dington havo agreed upon a Innis of conference on Egyptian affairs. The terms
of ihe agreement have beon imparted
to tho powers. They affirm the principle
of temporary occupation of Ki*ypt by
England, to which no limit in fixed; to
prepare an iiiteritaticmnl ' control of
powers;,to audit the whole sy-item of
the revenue aud expense of Kgypt.
England recognizes tlie suxeraine right
of the port)- throutthout Egypt, including the Soudan. France formally abandons tho claim to dual control.
Pekin, Juno 0.—The Ambassadorship
to France has been cancelled, and the
treaty with France condemned. Tlie
preparation of defense continues,
St Pbtkhsbuko, June 0. —One hundred persons were arrested at Kief today on chargo of being Nihilists. There
were forty" army uccessories among the
number. Two hundred arrests weie also mnde at Charca..
Washington, Juno 0,—it has been ro-
twrtml for several weeks that Secretary
•Yeliughnyscn had under consideration
the polioy of acquiring certain concessions from Nicaragua for constructing a
navigable water way across that country,
from ocean to ocean, and the matter has
been the subject of discussion by himself and President Arthur, and also by
othor members of the cabinet, It Is understood that tiie subject has recently
taken mon definite form, the secretary
requiring a sum of money, about $200,*
000, for carrying his views into afloat,
recently communicated with the senate
on the subject. The matter was under
consideration by the senate in session today, but no conclusion was reached.
London, June 10.—Gordon's sister hss
refused money for the relief of her brother. She awa Gordon being a British
subject tt devolves upon the Government
to give relief,
Caiho, June 10.—Reports have reached
hero that the rebels 0 days ago massacred
Hussion Pasha Kalifa, commandant at
Berber, aad alt his family, the garrison.
whioh was faithful tb the Khedive, and
tho European traders who had remained
there.
London, Jnne 10.—Earl Granville and
Waddington have prepared m joint memorandum to the powers with reference to
the Egyptian conference which meets
the fint week in July. Seventeen members of the commons have signed a memorial to Gladstone in favor of female
suffrage. The members of the cabinet
are unanimously against the principle.
London, June 10.—Mahdi has retreated from Khardufan to the almost inaccessible stronghold, Teb El Godiar. :
London, June 10.—In the commons
to-day Gladstone stated that the rumor
that Turkey waa asked to participate in
the Soudan expedition la unfounded; but
that the negotiations with Turkey wen
progressing looking to Turkey's occupation of certain red sea ports. Fitanau-
rice, under foreign secretary, said he had
advices from Admiral Hewitt indicating
he had a satisfactory interview with
King John of Abyssinia' on May 22nd.
He was to start homeward on the first
of June,
Sr. Johns, June 10.—The schooner
Six Brothers has been lost at Baccadin.
The captain and thirteen men wen
drowned. Tbe steamer Plover reports
rescuing forty-five of the enw of the ice-
stranded brig Confederate. Befon it
could save the remaining thirty she was
forced to retreat on account of the joe.
The ship approached within a few miles
of the Confederate. Then are no provisions or fuel on board and the brig's
crew were suffering fearfully.
Yankton, Dak., June 10.- A special
from Springfield aays that Indians bring
reports that last week some Piute Sioux
at Rosebnrg agency got. in a fight among
themselves. Three were killed and the
balance of' the band, which numbered
about 6,000, hod takeu sides and an engagement was in progress. The Indians
are well armed and mounted. Tliis Information-comes wholly from Indian rumors and may not be reliable.
Washington, June 10.—A cable dispatch received from London this afternoon states in the British house of commons to-day thd under foreign secretary
stated a representation touching the duty
of friendly powen in regard to dynamite
had been addressed to this government
but no reply had been received. This
dispatch was shown Secretary Freling-
huysen to-night and he said it seemed to
refer to representations made to this
government touching recent outrages,
but the. U. S. government had not received anything on the subject from the
British government since the commission
of the recent dynamite outrage. The
sum re-mired by Secretary Frelinghuy-
sen to buy for the government certain
rights which, it is understood, the Nica-
raguan government haa conceded tor an
inter-oceanic coral, is 9250,000, not 1200,-
000 as heretofore reported. It is embodied In the paragraph of the consular and
diplomatic bill attached to it by tbe
senate. It was reported yesterday that
it was tbis paragraph which was nnder
discussion m the secret session of the
senate this afternoon. No action was
taken.
St. Paul, June 11.—Tho Union depot
is burning. The fire caught in a kitchen
of the restaurant connected with the depot, which is located on the third floor.
The fire spread so rapidly that twenty
waiter gins and employees connected
with the restaurant escaped with- only
their night clothes. The loss upon tiie
depot will be about 9200,000. Fears
are entertained that the fire will spread
to the immense wholesale grocery houses
which fill the block.
New Vork, June 11.—Tilden has
addressed a long letter to the president
of the Democratic state committee,
which winds up as follows: "Several of
my most confidential friends, under the
sanction of their own names, have publicly stated my determination to be serviceable to | the party, and I have oome
to consider the question as one for which
1 have no responsibility. The appeal
made to me bythe masses with apparent
unanimity to serve them once more is
entitled to the most deferential consideration, and .would Inspire a disposition
to do anything desired of me if it were
consistent with my judgment of duty,
I believe that there is no instrumentality in humanity so potential in its influences upon mankind, for good or evil,
as the governmental machinery for administering justice and for-making and
executing laws. But I believe I ought
not to assume a task whioh I have not
the physical strength to carry through,
viz: to reform the administration of tiie
federal government. To realise my own
ideal and to fill the just expectations of
tbe people would indeed warrant,- as
they oould alone compensate, the sac*
rifices which the undertaking would involve; but in my condition of advancing
yean and declining strength I feel no
assurance of my ability to accomplish
those objects. I am therefore constrained
io say definitely that I cannot now assume the iabon of the administration
or of a canvess."
London, June 11.—In fie commons
to-day Lord Edmund Fitnnaurico, undor
foreign secretary, said the report of the
massacre at Berber, June 1st, was very
difficult to believe. A messenger who
had left Berber June 3rd reported he
had seen alive Hussein Pasha Khalifa,
the governor.
/      Langley council. ;
Council met on the 7th inst,; present;
reeve and full council, Communication
received from provincial secretary, au-
thoriziiig council to expend sum of $2,-
500 oh trunk road. Tenders were opened and awarded as follows; Telegraph
bridge, to R. Goddatd, for $65; Contract
No. 14, H. Eavey, 824.90; No. 15, A.
Campbell, $75; No. 16, B. Coglan, f 118.
The clerk was instructed to apply to
fovernment -for payment of. balance of
lessrs. Innes' contract on trunk road.
Langley Highway Bylaw No. 1 was read
three tunes and passed. Board of Works
were instructed to examine the trunk
road and call for tenders as soon as possible. Council then adjourned until first
Saturday in July.
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Henry Clement, Almonte, writes;
"Fora long time I wartroubled with
chronic rheumatism, at times wholly disabled; I tried anything and eveiything
recommended, but failed to get any benefit, until a gentleman who was oured of
rheumatism by Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie
Oil, told me about it. I began using It
botn internally and externally, and before two bottles were used I was radically cured. We find it a household
medicine, and for croup, barns, cuts and
bruises, it has no equal."
Vodvo Hopeful. — A promising
young shaver of five or six yean was
reading his lesson at sohool une day in
that deliberate manner for which urchins of that ago are somewhat remarkable. As he iwooeoded with the task
hocumeupcmtbepuMga, "ICeop thy
tongue from evil, and thy lips from
guile," Master hopeful drawled out—
" Keep—thy—tongue—from —evil ■—
and—thy--Hps—faom---giiiIa.-" Shouts
of laughter from the surrounding pupils greeted this new version of a good
caution. ■ ■*■■■
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renew healthful activity in that organ
and In those whioh most closely co-operate with H, the bowels and the Uver.
Easy digestion, an increase of appetite
and a free secretion of bile, mark tiie
radical change whioh it produoss.
'   .   '    .'., .    -'    ■» is —
The poor fellow "who couldn't hold
his own " hai got himself into a worse
difficulty by trying to keep another's."
■ ■*■> .
Marrying a 'woman for her beauty is
like eating* bird for her sweet singing.
XAKB1BO.
BUEH^LORINa-AtI*tton,on the 95th
MKt ■S'lSP -ft»y*T.W.Hall, Joseph
WifllMa-airr, of Bpence>s Bridge, to
,|.    IA.InH   n4Tv,.AS. "
Rosie C. Lor Ing, ot Lytton,
. rAMIEffCEES.
Per str. Yosemite,/rom Victoria, June
ft~toJa^¥w-pMkI**B- *«* wood;
Messrs ChUbolm, B« ber, Cameron, Gough-.
Ian, Steward, J McMullen, Overshaw,
Jamieson, Robertson, GandelsOn, Rand,
Rorsey. Foster, Doney, FI (.Herald, ACoul-
ty, Saunders, Westcott. Moore, Budge,
Harmon.
Per str, Weitern Slope, from Victoria,
ifiPS UbJinpacey.Mlss H H WardiMlS
KO smith, Messrs Ward, Wilson, iodg-
klns, Boras, Nohre.Thomoc, Smith, Burr;
WIgg8.ShearertTappln,Lnu*'bette, Sweat,
Fraser, Hodge, Coulter.
( Per etr. Tbaemlte, from Victoria. Jane
^Mrtmol-JIrs Innes, Mr andMrsXang*,
Mrs Walkem, Mm Trutch, Mrs Burns
Rev Allen, Messrs Williams, Slott Tysen,
Pleaoe, MjbGee, Jarvls, McDonald, Van-
"olkenbamh, Henderson, Knapp, Irwin,
tkinsoB, Shorey, and otben.
, Per str. Irvine, from Upnlver, June M-
Mw Haney, Miss Mucture, Messrs Qrey-
eU.Cogh1*n, McOuIre, 8tn»t, Ackerronn,
da^kteSfa' ^'it—^S?^^^1-^^"
steador, Metllng',)
Richmond Council.
Council met at town hall on tlie 9th
June. Present-—Couns. Kidd, Daniels,
Bowling, Loudon, Held, McMyn, and
McDonald. The Hoove being absent,
Couu. Kidd was unanimously chosen
chairman. Communications wero recoived from Geo. Black, asking permission to flig ditch ou the north side of his
property on public highway aud urging
Council to make supplementary grant
for the purposo of enlarging the ditch;
tin motion, permission was granted to
dig tho drtch but appropriation declined
on account of large appropriations already made ou roads and scarcity of
fund*. From H. and D. Datriela, asking
permission to cut a flume across road adjacent to their promises for drainage purposes; granted, the Board of Works
reported having let contracts for putting
in floodgate in ditch now being dug by
Kwong Joy k Co,; for openina a road
ditch at north end of road No. 12 on Sea
island; also for completing the trunk
road across Lulu island, this contract
being awarded to Thos, McNeely at
|2.(12* per rod; and another contract to
Lum Chung for digging rood-ditch near
South arm. They also further reported
that Byiue k Dahl had completed their
contract on trunk road and recommended that their bill be paid. On motion,
the reports of the Board of Works were
accepted. Bylaw Ko. 4 was reconsidered
and adopted. At 1 o'clock p. m,, the
Council resolved itself into* a Court of
Revision. The Clerk reported tbat no
appeals to the assessment had been presented. The Court adjourned and the
Council resumed business. On motion,
tiie assessment roll as finally revised was
adopted and the seal of the corporation
ordered to be attached. Coun. Loudon
introduced a revenue bylaw for 1884,
striking the rate atg of one per cent.,
which passed through its several atages.
Coun. Rowling's resolution prohibiting
the employment of Chinese on public
works, laid over from last meeting, was
taken up, freely discussed, and on the
yeu and nays being called for, waa declared lost, Coun. Rowling voting in the
affirmative. Voucher in favor of Patrick
Byrne for 1710.80 for services rendered
on trunk road was ordered to be forward-
to the surveyor-general. The following
bills were ordered paid: Kwong Joy k
Co., ISOOj Joseph SaUes, $10; A> Cor-
eill, |7. Council adjourned till Wednesday, 18th inst., at 40 a. m.
DEFORMED EPISCOPAL Ch«reh
Ii Rev. G. B. Allen, Pastor. Services Id
the Court House every Sunday at 11 a. m.
and 7 p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m,
AH are invited, je7*tc.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary St.
Rev. E. Robson, Pastor. Services at
m. ami 7 p. m. Sunday School and
Bible Class 2:U0 p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p.m. Seats free: strew—
cordially Invited. je7-i
UfflOS LODGE »o, 9, A. F.
A* Ma—The regular Communications of this Lodge are
.   „    , held on tbe drat Monday In each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially invited to attend     WM. HOWAY,
fe23*tc Secretary.
AUffl
mu:
heU
mEMPBR4.lVCE.-In the W. O.T.U.
X rooms, basement of the Methodist
church, Mary at.: Blue Ribbon Club and
W.C.T. U, musical and literary entertainment every Wednesday evening from
8 to ft tf. C. T. V. meets every Wednesday afternoon at 8:80; Band of Hope every
Saturday afternoon at 2:80. Every one Is
cordially Invited. myH-tc.
H. Shorey A Co., Wholesale Clothiers and Mantle HUsVT\ct?iatAB,
beg to announce that Mr. O. L. Shorey
will visit British Columbia about the
10th of Mav with their sample* for the
coming Fall and Winter, and will, during his stay in the province, stop for a
short time at Victoria, New Westminster and Nanaimo. Merchants from the
interior are invited to make appointments by letter addressed to
C. L. Shorey,
oplfitc      Oriard House, Victoria.R.C.
■Several houses for sale by C. D. RAND.
»:i
MR HEAD.
■••--■■■•,■■trngo! win Induced to try A VKfcw
••■u-- !-■■ ii rom.'.ly f»r Indigestion, Con-
Hi'-,"•'"'• "■■■' alwirtHclit--, from which I
,::-•! limn •'-"'" <* n-""'1 Mitfurer. Coihiih>i.c-
■■ :• Miu. n.do*.* cf livu 1'llls, I found thulr
uu..ii oubI', 'ml iil'tiiine.1 tT-imj>t relief. In
>i>n(lituliig tlii-lr us.', a single I'll) taken
iMcr dinner, i"n'ty, bus boen all tlm merit-
"'<io I lmvo n-<'i.lr<>tl. Aydii'h Pills have
k-'i-r my ny-*--... regular i ml my hend clear,
m-i VihUu'-i ii-o'iuflro thnn sll the moril-
■■iiiii- ever Iwtayi ti-'i'il,' 1-,-nry penton aim*
.Ur.y iuKiuto-1 t-J-H-uld know their value.
ir/2 "tatc St,, CH'cn-jo. June 0,1SP2.
. ■;   . ■M.V.W.mon."
for all 'tiHoiiRcs of the stomach and bowels,
try AYi:!.'!" Plt.LS,
' l-lItXAnKD BY
Dr. J. C. Ayatrd* Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold hv aU nntggii-.!-.
NORMAN'S
Electric Belt Mtntlon.
Maklh.«l 1814.
.Queen .troat East, Toronto, Ontario.
These Eleotro-Cumttvo Belts, Insoles
ond Trusses are SUKritt ta aa. Miser
■«asMs> known to mnn for the laasBWil-
ate Belter and rrrwauat can of aliments arisln,from Indiscretion,abaseor
ncoldont, anil all diseases or th. blood and
nerves, sueh as
Herv.nsMMIItr,
tm-saiw-akatw,
WwkTiwaSn,
rnnm ktsm.
•ls.at.rr, Bl.rrk.ns,
HIMlea,
Urerfnatlalat,
Blaeatasimass*., Keanlata.
BW.jrBtt.as.. IsnaMMser.
And a host of aniotlons over which medicine has little or no control. The, havo
been many years boforo tbo poople of
Canada, and are more used than ever,
which speaks better for thom than/any
private testimonial. Consultation and
circulars with testimonials free,
mill Wm k. sWBMM, JS. E.
Cii
Mini
Wei
Ci
cam
and
the.
elm
wes
nnd
TH
111
slon
topi
sltui
steri
ROUt
Rem
due
east*
then
bout
then
t*ln!
Ohio
forp
pose!
ated
soutl
Stral
soutl
then
polnl
mon
Coi
west
true i
mll»
70ohi
east]
lease
7000s t1
ivals !
ti
OLD'S
DC-*"**:.     IDAHO,   a.
fi»«3*fc       of
Dl
1 Shoes!
R
Co
Tianufactorics in
embrace a.11 tlie
Wtyle   and   ciun,li*ty
lit,
ss
SEEN
*i*T    exatninc for
ij-
if Diagonals
*rrs      best-fa      -v-saIiio, in
je28tc
lEADER
risiONS,
toWABE.
SOBS  and
EALER,
k
*m C
'HUE**.     alsK> coxiduuta
t*p**-a  liia Store, bl
S   House!
tn
xjrAnt,
rt|i.l\»«-Ays be accom-
ible, clean lojg-
I*a.     *fcl**e     -very bost
^^sr-&xry delicacy the
ison, o.*fc moderate
J28m3
liorv—
ill Co.
a i
ister,   B. C.
*»     their sincere
net
•jiends    and    the
lis
•"pr-al   patronage
;j,t*n during- the
ce      pleasure  in
Wl are now in a
i-a.n   ever  before
*"***■;     and     every-
iii!—
'gely  increased
il.
ty or the Mill
.corrljplefce outing machinery,
hpufacturing   all
iiti .   \
Material,
,B>T3Sr«3-
fol
nil
arios.
tickets,
SIMPLY STUPENDOUS!
Transcendently Beyond Description in all
its Over-whelming Perfection.
At New Westminster on Saturday, July 19th.
rl
■1*.
\ Doors,
S   BRACKETS-
J-WED, ./VNE)
nn _ *
ft   WORK.
ffTTJRE
.tl .
stand  or made to
.J>tice.
STsT.   "\ST_   COLE'S
COLOSSAL" SHOWS!
t«2cl     the   .newest
^iry   in    the   mar-
FIRST-
Lt    LOWEST
Ma«s   Interior carets i
j»tly  attended to.
a-jislxecl     on    appli-
■HENDERSON,
_ ^etjk-tJkOM
Id
-COMPRISING   THE	
BIGGEST CIRCUS IN THE WORLD!
In ThreB Big Rings and on an
Fourteenth Year of Unceasing Triumphs, augmented and enlarged to almoBt endless
proportions.
TBEE WHOLE WORLD IN MIGHTY UNION
Astounding and Truly Tremendous Features, ami  more Costly, Phenomenal attractions than all other shows.
Including the f—-V     Tts      TV7T t—V tf~\ \T  Tl"> Very CoIobsus
All-Ovorihadowing V-L^ Jst\- J-VJ- \^ V^/ J-V ,   of Brute Creation
A   HERD OF ELEPHANTS.    Performing Elephants, Clown Elephants, Waltzing
Elephants, Big Elephants, Small Elephant, nnd Musical Elephants.
A GREAT DOUBLE MENAGERIE IN TWO TENTS.
Twenty Camels, Nursing Biiby Cnmcls, QlnntCnmels, Robing Camels, White
IIIppopotumuB, only Black, two-horned Hhlnocerous, Hea Aniinnls,KnngarooH,
Truinetl "Wild. Savage Beasts, Tigers, I.lons, Leopards, Wild Animal" Trnineis and
Teachers, Female Snake Churincrs, White BufThlo, Looso Led, Sncrcd und Singular
Brutes, and all kinds of llnio Winged Curiosities.
The   Sacred White  Paced Elephant or Burmah,
4__, ACTS   at    each   and every  Performance, I5y Phenomenally Expert and During
Artists, and a. Troup of V2 Murvelloun, Muaculnr und Wonderful AKAUH, ull
Bare-Back ltlders, mnnv Acts slinultnneously; Roller Skaters, Bicycle
UiUers In the air,   wire Walkers, Trained Horso"!, Trained Pigs,
real Racing Pigs, Riding Monkeys, In fact EVEKYTHMW
■   EXCEPTIONALLY   NOVEL,   which   vast  sums of
money, intelligence und progressive Ideas
could secure or suggest,
A. IIIMAX FLY,   All   kinds of   Aerial Acts, During and Dexterous Feats, Trapeze
Artists. Gymnasts, Strong Men, Strong Women, AsconsionlHls, Hensatlonul
Mid-Air Fights, and Celling Walking.
NEW     PEOPLE,    NEW    ACTS,   NEW   FACES.
All old features discarded. Bran New Sensations Secured, Long Haired Ladies.
MitlKet Men, I_.eapers, Mmnblors, Clowns, -Riders, Contortionists, Hippodrome
ItuciiiK. Trained Stallions, Performing Ponies, Rival Riders In the Samo Itfng. Abso
lutely all Kinds of Shows.
Doors Open -at 1 and 7 p. m
(under9) Half Price.    "" —
. „ ...    Two Performances Dally.
Reserved Beats nt slight advance.
Admission $1.00.   Children
JC28I2
R. T. WILLIAMS,
BOOK   BINDER,   PAPER  RUL-ER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps   and   Drawing  Paper  Mounted.
Files  of   Magazines,   Illustrated Papers.
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria. B. 0.
Land Registry Or
e, IS70.
Lot No. 7, Block XXVIII. nnd Lots Nos. 10
ana 17,   Block XXXII. in the City of
New   "Westminster.
ACEHTIFICATE OP INDEFEASIBLE
Title to tho nbovo mentioned Lots
-will bo issued to Marin "Woods,on the 24th
dny of July, 1884, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto bo made to the
undersigned, In writing, by some person
claiming an estate or interest In said Lots
or some part thereof.
CHAS. JAS. LEGGATT,
Acting Reglstriir-Gciicrnl.
Land Registry Ofllce, 17th April, 1884.
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Lots Nos. 789 and 7ii2. Port Hammond, being Subdivisions of Lot No. 278, Group
T,   New Westminster District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OP
Title of James Orr to the abovo
mentioned I^ots, bearing date the Sth dny
of May. 1S82, has been lost nnd application
has been made for in duplicate of such
Certificate, Notico is thorcforo hereby
t^iven, that such duplicate will be Issued
unless cause be shown to the contrary, In
writing, within one month from tlio dnte
hereof.
CHAS. JAS. LEGGATT,
Acting Registrar-General.
Land Registry Office, 27th June, 1884.    [ml
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
Uunrns.tr.' Capital    nu.wm.ooo
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A HOME COMPANY,
This Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:—
The Security offered to policy holders In
unsurpassed by any Co.npnny doing business In Canada,
It has no schemes of Insurance, but, the
well-established lines, hence the policy
holders cannot be misted as to thoir contracts.
Its statements to the public can be readily understood, Its cash statement sliow-
ing every Item of Income and how expended.
Its position is ascertained annually from
a detailed valuation In which every Item
of liability Is included.
Its progress has been unexampled In
the history of insurance in Canada.
Its policies nre Indisputable after three
years, and non-forfeitable after two years'
existence.
* Its profits are distributed upon nn equitable basis. The profits to one class of
policy holders nre not •lessened to give
larger profits to any other class, which
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
TLltoernl Condition* an to Residence nnd'
Travel*
J. K. MiipDONAU),
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Agents, Now Westminster.
je7*-2mo-»lternutc*.
Union Temperance Hotel,
< i:\TUI.VIILE. MIII.UWIIACK.
board and Lodging.     Horses for Hire.
THOS. BARTLETT,
np!W-tc Pproprletor.
 B. O.-
Expss Going any
ARRANGEMENTS HAVE KEEN mado
with the Contractor In British Columbia for accommodation on the Canadian
Pacific Hallway, nnd an
EXPRESS
CAR
WITH OUR MESSENGER
Is attached to each passenger train, Tho
public are thus afforded meant- of shipping packages, parcels and Vftluablegooas
wl th greater security and CHE APEB thnn
by nny othor mode of transport, au woll as
the facility for having any business transacted by our Messenger route.
brand Against tl Bute latuwir
Hoclntion, remitted to All parts of the Provinco at favorable rates.
FRANK 8. BARNARD,
Manager.
FRED. HOMER, Agont, FrontStreet.New
Westminster. JelWm
AUCTION SALE
SEAL ESTATE
I AM  INSTRUCTED TO SELL BY
. Publio Auction, at my office, Columbia Stroot, New Westminster, on
Thursday, 10th July Next,
At 12 o'clock Noon, the following Property:
Section 29, Bange 2 West, Block
V North,
Containing 160 auras of land (more or
leas), situated at the junction of the
Semiahmoo  and   Yale   wagon
road.
 ALSO	
Lot 7, liloek 12, Suburban land,
New Westminster city,
Containing 15 acre, (more or less), front*
ing on Thorno'. road and Dublin St,
COHDITIOm AT SALE.
jeSStd
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Auctioneer,
ITOTIOE.
WE HEREBy GIVE NOTICE THAT
we Intend making application to
tno Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purohune Ave un-
surveyed Islands in Fraser River, lying to
the south of lot'469, group I, nnd containing 150 ncres, more or less. *"
HENRY A. HICKS.
JAMES MOHAN.
June 17tli, 1884.                             Je21-2m
$150 Reward.
HIE ABOVE REWARD WILL BB
paid to any person giving information
-_.at will lead to tho arrest and conviction of the person or persons who mallcl-
£&a
ously set firo to some timber on my premises, on Friday afternoon, tho Oil:'""'
with intent to destroy the bulldlni
Friday afternoon, tho Oth inst.,
._.._ i-i.™ th0 bundinga thero-
ii. JOHN MeKEE. Jun.
Boundary Bay, June 7,18*1.       Jell-lm
TEACHERS    WANTED.
WANTED, FOR THE NEW WERT-
mJnstf-r Pnhlic Schools, Three Female Teachers holding tho necessary cor-
t ItluatcK of <iu all float ion.—One as principal
of tho Highest Division of Girls; one for
Intermediate Division, and one for the
Junior Division. Salaries respectively,
870, #10, and $>0 per montli. Duties to imminence on or about tho 1st of August.
ApnlicntUms with testimonials to he sent
to tlie undersigned not later thnn the 15th
of July.
N.W.,Juiie*i1, 18*1.
T. J. TKAPP, Secretary,
je&td
WEST END
IT
Plain uud Fancy
(    UIUID(    11U0)   UUILUDl
And Confectionery always on hand.
GROCERIES &PMISI0HS
Delivered to uny part of tho City.
Columbia Street.
LOOKOUT!
For this Space. It
belongs to
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, Port Moody, B. C.
jaig-tc
Stage Line!
PORT  MOODY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL  RtJN
a first-class
Four-Horse Stage
Between New Westminster and Tort
Moody; leaving Now Westminster every
morning; returning, will leave Fort
Moody between 3 and 4 p. in. Theso
stages go over the NEW KOAD to Port
Moody direct, carrying both Passengers
and Freight.
myl7-tc JOS. M. WISE.
LTJMFER
SHBRIS
SHlFTBCES
THE Subscribers have on
hand a large stock of
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Shakes, Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Turned Work,
&c, &c, which they are now
selling cheap for cash.
BRICKS AND UME,
A job lot now on hand, and will
be sold cheap.
ALSO, a quantity of Second
Class RUSTIC, FLOORING, &c, which will be sold at
bargains, as they wish to clear
up their yard.
CONTRACTORS and
others who intend building will find it to their advantage to call before purchasing
elsewhere.
ALL goods furnished during
the month are to be paid
for on or before the 15th of the
following month (unless where
there is a special contract), as
we intend to sellcheap and keep
short accounts.
ROYAL CITY PLACING M1LLSC0.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
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