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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 IS   P0Btl8ll-i:—
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— Bt —
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. ENTRANCE TD EDITORIAL AND Business Department through T. R.
Pearson & Co-s. Book ft Stationery Store.
TB4lHB«Ry Mnll, tMaycur; $t 60 farGrooH.-
|1 for 8 bum, t payable In Advance. Delivered
liyOmrlernr Ajfont, $1 por quarter, payable
quarterly to Carrier or Agont.
.     . AQENTS
T. H. HtotV A Co. Victoria.
Wm. Harrison Yale.
L. P. FISHER AdnrtlilRg Af-ent, 21 M.rclmnt'-*
Kxclianne, Psn'-'riinRlricii.igniitliorlBedtor-iCoIve
Advertisement! Tor thin pnpor.
TUIO BABFD itmv lui futiii'l oil fllii nt
IlllO rflltn Geo. I>. R.iwull -trii.-a
Newn*ia|ip-r Ail vert ialnj; Hnroiui (10 Bpruco St.),
where inivurtlsliig coti tracts mny bo mndo fur it In
flu fvitislt CoUnnbtftu.
Werlarsiluy Morning, Jan. .11, ismt.
British Columbia vs. MaiilloUh.
We ave well awnre tliat the attention of emigrants from tlie British
Isles, seeking a home under the old
flag, has for the last year or two
heen almost monopolized by Manitoba and tho Nortii West Territory.
Nevertheless, we iifltrni, with the
most perfect confidence, tliat for
-these emigrants especially, British
Columbia is altogether a more inviting field than either Manitoba or
the North-West, having decidedly
'greater advunl-iige.i and fewer draw-
'backs, in the first place out equable
and salubrious climttle is much more
like that of England than is the
'climate of Hie tenitory between the
llocky Mountains and Hudson's
Bay. Settlors coming to tliis Province from Great Britain will not
Itave to meet any violent thitr^o of
climate, lt will he but an irqrove-
ment upon their own—and a very
considerable improvement. Ne:;t,
our resources are entirely more various than those of the traus-mottiVtain
provinces, where farming and stock-
raising are about the extent of their
industries; whet-ens, in this Province, we have not only a large area
of farming land—much of it equal
to any in the world —- it ud stock
ranges of vast extent producing the
very best beef and mutton on the
continent; but we have, in addition,
our timber in great abundance and
of excellent marketable quality,
-standing in dense forests, down to
the margins of our rivers, bays and
estuaries, which atford convenient
and cheap facility for its shipment
"to the markets of the world. Then
look at out- "sea-farm," with its great
variety of fish, almost unlimited in
extent, employing, even now, several
thousands of hands each season.
Again, there are our rich mines of
gold, silver, copper and coal which
i but require ampler capital nnd
I eheaper labor to make them yield
their millions each year to swell tho
- wealth of the Province. Then conies
onr marine, which at present con
'totsts of some bundled vessels of various grades, but will roach much
larger proportions when, in a very
few years, our great railways shi
have been completed. We mention
lastly—but not of least importance
our manufactures. For British Columbia is destined to become u lean
nfaoturing country; we have Uk
timber, coul and nuvijahle wafers,
as well as water power, necessary to
make it«snch. Now, we maintain
that, while our friends over the
Bookies may excel us in continuous
breadth of arable land, they cannot
compete with us in variety of ro
sources. There is, ns we Have al
ready stated, a large amount of good
farming land; und in the miners,
lumberers, fishermen and sailors will
be found the best of cash customers
and consumers of farm product'.
And should the time come when out-
farmers shall have lirr-itd stiill's to
export, our facilities for shipment to
the world's marts by the cheapest
mode of conveyance are unsurpassed.
As to the drawlmcks, of courso we
have them: every country has them
more or less. Occasionally our good
old servant, Fraser, gets over the
traces and considerable damage re
suits to some of the hest settlements
inr the river valley. Then it sometimes rains when we would ptefor
inushine, that is, in certain sections
if the country. But, after all, wii
lo not slitter anything liko so severe-
yas the people of Manitoba in these
enpects. From a letter written by
iho Presbyterian Missionary ut West
..ymi, Manitoba, to the Montreal
IVilnm, we summarize tho "tlraw-
jnoks"of 1882 ns follows: Fearful
torms in Marclij lit April, floods
lovering the entile valley of tho lied
[liver from Mom-head lo Winnipeg,
larryiiig uwny bridges ttiiit buildings
■ ■,lllll>.IIM.IlKtf«Bg»
British Columbian
VOLUME 23
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. Ci„ WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1883.
NUMBER 9
and compelling tho fnniiei-a ami citizens alike to flee in boats ami mi
rafts to higher ground, with grout
loss of property and some loss of
life; aftor the seeding, in Mny, catne
—what we in British Oolnmhia uro
strangers to—a "blizzard" which left
but few leaves upon the trees and
killed many of tho small birds; July
and August were extremely hot, the
thermometer standing foi successive
days at 90 °. This heat greatly injured the grain which ripened too
rapidly nnd was consequently of interior quality, Tho autumn wns
very rainy and windy, so that the
-•nun stacks were much injured, rendering much of tho wheat unfit fur
market. Snow set in earlier than
usual. Tliore being but little timber—and that of infeiior qtinlity-7-
tliG uiost of Lhe building material
has to lie imported from the United
States, on which a duty of 20 to 3'
■per cent, is paid, the original price
being high. Surely, after this shewing, none of our fanners will wish
to transfer themselves from the valley of tho Fraser to that of the Red
River. Our main drawback is local
and occasional and will yield to cap
ifcal and euginoet'ifig skill as in ether
countries. We have, in this "glorious Province" a lie.ihtge of wlrch
wo may well be proud and to v.' i -h
we can, with confidoi.ee, invi-fe in-
lenifii'g emigrants, as well udaptei!
for residence, health, enterprise and
success. Let government and people prove themselves worthy of their
heritage by combining to supplement
what Nature lias dono towards making this western dependency the
most industrious and wealthy, as it
ceitairily is the healthiest and fairest,
province of the Dominion,   *-
An Amusing Indian Story.
Tho distance between iny post and
Sanlu Fo was ovor 300 miles, and to
facilitate matters J was ordered Xd
survey a new and shorter route—-cutting oil' about seventy miles. A company, numbering eighty mon, was detailed fur thu purpose; and, ns thu
course lay partly through a wooded
region, n considerable squad was required to cut as axm'en. Threo or
four lively black-nnd-tan terriers
compnniod the command niiording no
little amusement by their activity in
snapping up unwary gophers, rats,
initio, and other vermin. The aborigines, who fivqui'iiily honored us
with their presence, claiming to be
"Good Indian, mo," wero excessively
pleased at those performances. Ou n
certain occasion, one stalwart fellow
who spoke a few words of English,
said to me:
"Nantiuili, heap n good dog.*'
"Yea," I replied, "thoy are good
dogs."
"Cut 'urn ear, cut 'urn tail make 'um
good dog?"
"Certainly; it is because thoir ours
and, tails are trimmed that they got
around so.lively."
"Aough! Mo got good dog; cut 'urn
tail ["
"Yosj bring your dog, I'll have liim
filed for you.
No:;t dny my Navajo friend appeared with a small, black, Indian lice,
sporting a long (nil, and ears to cor-
ro'apund. Unrolliugihis precious quadruped from his blanket, he atgnhiod a
desire to have tho job done without
dolay; su I called two men and bade
one hold tho dog while tho other docked his tail with nn axe. This did not
suit Redskin, who refused to trust his
favorite to tho tender mercies ot a savage white man, aud pivfi'rred to perform tho operation liiuiBolf. I therefore ordered one tif the men to hold
the doit's tail over a convenient log,
while tlio other hold his head and fore
paws. All being ready, tho Indian
seized an axe, hut insloiid of using it
as nny other porson would have done,
ho swiniii the hlnde high above his
head with both hands, us jf the objuct
to bu separated required his whole
strength, Just thon Iho soldier who
bold tho tail gave it a stiddeu pull,
whilo the one at the head gave a corresponding push. Down oune the
keen weapon, dividing the unfortunate "parp" just forward of tbo hind
quarters, to the iuliiu'to disgust nf the
Indian, who picked up the disjointed
halves, threw his blanket ovor his
shoulders with indisoribuble dignity,
and exclaimed, iu guttural 'accents,
"Ugh!*—I Cut 'bin too short,"*—
Overland Monthly
S. H. WEBB,     BOOTS and SHOES
GUNSMITH
Columb.a St., New Westminster, B. 0.      j
SAW   ril.--.l-,    KEY   FITTl*-'',    I.IHK-
snsTii, I'lni.Eiiv c.ctitv>,
M'UMOIM HIMUI'I'VI'le,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned uud Repaired.   Machine*
Noedlcs for Sale. |
Ifmlirrllas Memlwl, aiul (jcm-riil Repair' f
Iks lir:i!!.v«J<iiic.
Ammunition of nll kinds. A full assortment of Re-loading Tools, and everything
required by n Sportsman- llmas, Shot
Guxs, Hhvolvkus, and Fishing Tacklk
for sale, d24y
tEATHOBffTJ
Boot k Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PEICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbin st., New Westminstor.
C.  M.  fficfJAUGTHEN
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LARG-
cat assortment of Clooka ever hold
on the Mttiiiliiml of i't-ttialt Columbia.
Mdti'i ''"(ii-l'S. til'?2.25 (vaimntedj,
Scl't  'fliimia»"  \lr'(tsl Alarm, at
83.26.
All iiml.i of "Hitntel  and  ones
I'i n-lis.
tV«lIli;t*tt Vt'ntcltOS, coin silver oases,
"roii" ,"i.*i upwards.
A Hire assortment of Rtlrllng Silver
.li;*Vt;lr"', of tlie latest designs.
silver Plato llnro  and Optical
Goods.
Col.l-MllIA STKKKT,
aii2 New Westminster, B.C.
W. D. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
GENERAL AGENT
ttent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent for the TKAVI'MI'RS' HFE
nud AOUIlUiNT IXSltlt.VXDK CO.,
Hartford, Conn.
Ol'PICEt — Columbia Street.,   s\ow
Westminster. del)
FOR SALE OS LEASE!
A GOOD, IMPROVED FARM OF
1)10 acres, situate on the Delta of
tho Fraser, together with the Stoek, if
required. The Stock consists of 20 Milch
Gows, 17 ot-18 head of Young Stock, 2
yoke of Oxen, and about 20 tons of Hay.
For [iiti'ticiilars apply to Alt-. W. D. FERRIS, Land Agent, ie., Columbia Strict,
New Westminster,
Dee. 12, 1S32. dcl3
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER B. G.
A   l'HA IRK WORTH V   OlUKOT. -- "NoilO
name it hut to praise." This if! true of
that iinmupnsscd remedy. *-Hngyai'd's
Yellow Oil." It curesipain andInflammation, whether from sprain, hum,
bruise, or fro.it into, lame hack, rheumatism, neuralgia, sore throat, croup, dea'f*
neas, and is for internal and external uso.
A REMAUKAfMiB FA0*l*****-*tt Ha remark-
ahle faet that W. A. Edgers, of i rank*
villa, who was so fi.r gone with llvi r and
kidney complaint that his life wrs des-
j«iireil of, was cured with four hustles of
Burdock Blood Bitters. At one lime ho
lay a fomiglit" without iin-'operation of
the bowels.
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
pletcly re-furnished nnd otherwise
greatly improved this well-known estnlj-
fialiment, I have thu pleasure to announce that it is now
a*B bp» TBi* .r-«{*jg
For tho reception of Guests.
Conveniently located nud woll appointed in overy department, with
BATH  ROOMS
And all the most modern appliances, it
will ho found iu every respect the host,
as it fo the lamest and most commodious,
Hotol oii the Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under tho very best management both' as regards OUISIHB ami
attendance, and parties desiring 'them
can have I'HlVATl'MHNIiNG ROOMS,
with special attendance.
THE   BAH ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Winks and
LlQUOltSj, and the best brands of ClUAits
•vill always bo bept on hand.
THE BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and provided with Stiuulh'sPatknt CUSHION
TABLES, the best in use,
"t-jTQood attendance  and   meliorate
charges.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
"it'iir!) Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
mllE IARGE.ST  AND   CHOICEST
J.    aasortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on liaml, ami supplied to Fnm-
iliea, Restaurants, und .Steainlmats ut tlie
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, OEGANS,
MUSICAL iSTRUISITS
OF KVERV  IIESCRIITION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A line Asssortmeut; from $25 to ?fi!),
B.ttiNAlXfeCO.'S
MUSIC   STORK,,,
(JOVKKJI'IliJiT SIUBKT, YlCTOIttl.
J.  BAQNALL,
I'lANOKOKTK i&OlKIAN TUSKU& IlKI'AIRnU
mzfi-HDDm
s
FARMERS'-A IMHIW
SV3PLEMENT8
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
OF
HAEDWARE.
THE BEST  BRAND OF
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries.
fi QoUusg!
AND A GENERAL LINE OF
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY  SELECTED FOR
THIS MARKET.
do i
j^T Stornfff,   ninl    Forwurdinj.
i ut reasonable rates.
jyi2-Gm
RE19 k HUDSON.
PAY UP!
{ Lt AC'COUNTS  NOT PAID HY
J. E. INSLEY, .,.,,„..„,,,.,
./. V   the 1,'tll inst. will be plaeed ill the
!'iti>i'im:Ti>K k .M ANAiirn.   jiatids of u Collcetor with iiistrtietioii9.
\Y. 3. FRENCH,
Docemfer 1,1882.' del)    , New Weit., itttlj- 4, 1884.' jyfi
ROYAL  CITY
&■ MF1
x.xaxx'SF-B-D
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALL l)K3CIUPTION8 Off—
Rough ft DrBSsed Lmlnir,
MOULDI1SSCS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Plahlnj*. Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Shaping,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHINO,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES  A  SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. . C.
JOHN HENDSY,
Manager.
J.H. PLEACE&CO.
IMl'OKTKKS ASltOEAI.KKS I.V
HARDWARE
STOVES,
BANGES,   &0.,'&0..
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A fnll assortment constantly on linnd, nt
tlie LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Tinware iiiannfactiii'cd on tlio premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to.
IIOLBUOOK'S STONE Kill l»!M',
Sew H--ftliilliiKl-T-
GO TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUE
MONEY'S WORTH.
BOOTS  AND  SHOK.3 OF EVERY
description inudo to order, and ro-
jmin-d, front an
INFANT'S  SHOE
—TO   A~
H-*.A.3I*-3    BOOT.
The highest CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
Ot'l'OSITE TIIE 1*.\NK,
IMPERIAL
FIFE INSTANCE COMP'Y.
I Oi,i> Broad St. nml 10 Fall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOH INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Murolian*
disc, Mnnufiictm-ing anil Eiiniiing Stock)
Ships in Port, Hnrbor or Dock, hiuI tliu
Cargoes of such Vessels ; nlso. Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vos-
Bcla on navigable livers nml ennuis, and
Goods on board sneli Vosanls, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OK DAMAtiH PV FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,(300,000 STG.
Rates of Premium ami overy information can lio obtained on application to
tV. J.  ABSlSTUOSfij:,,
Agent for Now Westminstor.
/I'SUilVI UUt-HL
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C,
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tlie City,
THE CLXIWRY DFPABTBEXT
IS UNDKU  THK CHARGE  OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
T' HE UNDKKSIGNEDBKGSLKAVK
to announce to the Public that he
bus purchased the above Hotel, where
everything "will be found first-class, and
ut reasonable rates.
Th« Parlors and Sleeping; Apart-
INCntS are under  the superintondence
of Mita. Adstix.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies.
Families and Private Parties.
A Private lteatihi? Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with hooks and papers, is
provided for the use of guests,
■H?SS53   .ES.-A.X-t
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
WlNJBS, LlQt'OHS, ClGAItS, ke.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Profrietok.
HASTLNSS,  B. I,
npHIS SPACIOUS NEW HOTEL
X is admirably situated-.as a resort
for those in search of health, sport or
pleasure, being in A central position for
sea-bathing, shooting, fishing, boating
and sight-seeing.
It combines all the conveniences of
hotel with the quiet comforts of home
life.
The npni-tmcht-j are lofty, well ventilated and afford a cheerful outlook.
The cuisine is presided over by a true
artiste.
In the
M* Jm. B*
Will always be found Liquors and Cigars
of the choicest brands.
Abundant stabling and shed-room for
horses ami i-arniigbs.
D. WITHBOW,
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD  INLET.
Kcivly Built and Newly Furnished,
Large and to;..roo.lious.
ONE DF THE BEST HOTELS GN TllE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view   of  that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
SIIT*    l»F    nOOHS    FOR    FAMILIES.
S3T Visitors nnd Tourists will find It a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the promises.
JOSEPH  IHANNION,
EARS
Foo
FOB TUB
MILLION I
Choo's   Balsam
Shark's Oil
of
Positively Restores tho Hearing, and
is tho Only Absolute Cure fur
Deafness Known.
Ttiln on is nlwtrnctod from jiwulliir Bpretto of
nmnll unit, siini-1-., cnuRhl lu liu' Vi'lloiv
ft-'i, kiiii'vn un (Hiicii.mmtns Imxiiklkhi. V.vory
Clilnose Hslniniinii knows It. lis virtue w »
n-nlni-nflvn of ln*ii!it)jr wiin ili-iciivirral liv n llinlil-
lii-.t PriMl mlntii tin* yoiir 1410. It* curea woro no
lorons nml iiiiiii) ho mtuiIhiti) uilrn-
tui i. k, iiml tlm roiiitHly wna otFlniiilly pro-
■l;ilineiliiviTllipi'riliro Etiiiilro. Im use tmciillil
in linlvernil (.ml for ns, v 300 jihi-. mi
I Dcnfltttss Iihn rxUloil iii-ii-uv tlu'CUI-
j lien* iM'iifile.   t-i'iit. clini*(*es ihvjmiUI, lo
Mdiln
HtW.OOjierl
1
Henr Wli:a (be ucitf Say.
Tl lini porfiiriimd ti mli'iii'li' Iii my c,-i**n.
I lmvo iioimuiutlity n ilacsin my liuml nud lienr
miirli Iwlter,
1 Uavt- lii-i'ii uri'iill? lioni-ntl**,!.
Mv itt'nIni'hs !»'l|t,'il u grWit .|,mi—lliink nmillicr
li-lllo will cure mu.
"lis vlrtiii'H nro uxyiiKs in*nr.i.R-iim! \U cnA-
TivKi;iiA"Ai-ri.n AtisoiUTB, as tttt wiiiTim can run.
SOMAl<t>V  irsTIFr,   IMTIl  TIMM E.tl'KlltR.'CB ASD0I1-
BunvAtioS. Write »t otieu to 1Ia*i«i*r A .Ik.nskt,
7 Uny Slivot, X.-W York, HH-li-lmr$1.U0, uml vou
will noplro lijrreliiru u rrn-iilv Uml will i<».ilil»
V.m to livnr lili-j -mjlimlv i-lw". uml whose ciirnflri*
I'lrt'i't" wilt bo i>i*niiiiiiciil. v,,.i m i]| ,|(,, ,,r fogmt
tloinjiso "■—Kiurnii of JlKliCiiMit.K I'KVihW.
if-g-Tii avoid  loss in   Um  Mnlts pK*nbu flOllii
money by It«gl|ierefl i.citir.
Only ti»|ti>rlo(l hy
IIAVLOCK it  JRiVXBV,
.,-* 7 [)L*ySt., N, V.
Sole AgeiiU for Amerlen. uoJyl
gox gnic or fo fltnt.
BRICKS FOR SALE,
mUR SUiJSCRIBKR JfAS A KILN
L of excellent bricks for salo cheap.
Delivery anywhere.
\   .  m T. McKAY.
New Westminster,J ■ l\
June 24, 1881. jn25
FOR  SALE:
T
IHE FOLlOwiNC;-
iii Fat Hogn,
IS Small Hogn,
1   White Chester Dear,
A muhber of Homes,
1 Cutting Box,      ; (
1  tlatforin Sealo (capacity 1,000),.
Alao-Iop sale or leaao—tlie preinisa)
leceutly occupied by me.
To bo seen on application to
W. J. FRENCH..
New West., July 4, I68J. Iy|
FOR^SALEi
WT   2,   IJJ.OCK   IX.
"      1.      " XXII.   .
"   w,    "      xxvm..
City of Ne»- Westminstw.
—A LfiO-—
LOT 4, BLOCK I.
" 8 Si), " in.
" ', " V.
" 3, •' X.
" 18, 19,. 4 20, BLOCK XIII.,
Suburban Lands,
Apply to
H.  V. EDMONDS,      .;,
New WcBtmlnstor,
or to ALLSOI? & MASON,
au30to Viotorioj.
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE  FOR
Church or Pari ori
A y-OCTAVE Mason & Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full nets.pf
recils, sub-bass, octave coupler, voslnr-
niniis, grnml organ, anil knee swell, 8
stops. Thia organ is now used in tlie
Methodist Church, and is sweet toned
and in good order. Will be sold for $150
cash, as it is intended totproenre a more
powerful one. This is a decided bargain,
Apply to
T. R. PEARSON k CO.,
Stationers k Music Dealers,
fe'itc- New Westintnater.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B
OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
ind Blank Book Manufacturer,
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Streot, Victoria. B. 0.
woTioa;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
application will be made to the
Legislative Assembly of the Province of
British Columbia, at its next Session, for
nn Act to incorporate a Company to construct and work a line of Railway from
sonic point on English Bay to some point
at the town of Port Moody, in the District of New Westminster.
GORDON E. C0R30ULD, $
Solicitor for Applicant.
New Westminster,
November 1st, 1882, noil
NOTICE.     .
■vr;0TIGE IS HEREBY -GIVEN, tliat
1\ application wilt be made to the
Legislative Assembly of the Province of
British Columbia, at it.*- next session, for
on Act to incorporate a Company to construct and work a Railway from a point
in the City of New Westminster to somo
point near the 4!ltli parallel, north latitude, between Scmialmioo Bay and
Township Sixteen in the District of New
Westminstor, British Columbia,
GORDON E. CORBOULD,
Solicitor for tlie Applicants.
New West., Sept. 1, 16S2. se2
FURNITURE!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing that he is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ke,, at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering dona
promptly and in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
Iu all ito branches. The undersigned
haa tho only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public -patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. ft. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store. auStc
D. McPHADEN
i)EGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE
>   hn.s .just opened a
FAMILY GROCERY
And General PROVISION AND FeM>
STOKE, in Ooano's Brick Building, next
to the Colonial Hotel, whore ho 1ms in-
stock a complete nnd carefully selected
assortment of
Plain and Fancy Groceries
Parties requiring anything in the abovo
line will ftna-.it to their advantage to call
and examine my Goods and prices before
purchasing, ;  *.
StiF The highest market price paid for
Fdrni nnd Dairy Produce, .   -
N. B.—Goods delivered free in any
part of tho City.
D. McPHADEN*.
Now West., Oct. 10, 1882. oell "NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
'ReBtiiurnnt Mrs', Sincerban
■Administratrix' Notice...C. Mich-nut
Notice A. T. P. McElmen
Dissolution  Robson   Bros
Special Notice D. Bobapn ■& Co
JDisscdutitm T. R. Pearson A* Co
Dissolution... ..T. A. & Ci. 0. Webster
Proclanfiittona (2) .1. C. Provost
Proclamation A.   Peele
Appointments Provincial Secretary
Notice. B. C, Penitentiary
lhe jjpi-itislt. dolumbi-iii.
HertiH'sHlty 3Mi-niiiK, Jim. Ill, ^:s«.
*'A report of the United States
shipping for 1882 1ms been published. Tbe totul tonnage of American
vessels entered at porht of tlio United
States from foreign countries during
the year was 2,968,290 tons, while
the foreign tonnage amounted to
11,688,209 tons. Since 1856 tho
American tonnage entering from foreign ports hns decreased 2*25,985
. tons while the increaso of British
tonnage during the sumo period
amounted to '6,7-14*.093 tons. There
is little doubt but the high customs
tariff in the United States has been
one of the cliief causes in the destruction of her shipping interests.
The Ottawa Free Press snys:—"It
.. will be remembered that last session
Mr. Bunster offered a resolution
. looking to the negotiation of a treaty
of commercial reciprocity with the
-Hawaiian Islands, which lie subsequently-withdrew on' receiving the
Premier's assurance, that the subject
would be considered during recess.
In view of the movement nt Washington to abrogate tho treaty mnde
"between tho United Slates and
Hawaii in 1875, it would seem that
the present is a good timo for the
Canadian Government to open negotiations. Prompt action is all the
more necessary inasmuch as the negotiations will have to be carried on
through the Colonial Otlice in Downing street, where, ns a matter of
course, British interests will, in nll
likelihood, be made a leading consideration."
must bo reuiPtiibered Unit the defeat
of either or both of thein will i.ot
dofeut the Government, for in the
event of their defeat there would
still remain 15 Government supporters in the House, But it would delay tiio public business of the province and incur considerable oxpense
without hopo of corresponding advantage, These gentlemen nre now
but fresh from the polls, where they
were elected by lnrge majorities, and
they should certainly have an opportunity of formulating their policy
and currying out the much-needed
reforms which they and tlieir colleagues havo promised. We do not
for a moment imagine that either of
them could, under the circumstances,
be defeated in n contest, hut we
should be very sorry to see the waste
of time and money which a contest
must necessarily involve. Let the
new Government have a fair trial.
If it fails in the administration of
our affairs, then it must; step down
and give others tho opportunity of
doing what the needs of the country
demand.
tlie New Cabinet,
From our telegraphic despatches
it will be seen that the Beavon Administration has at lust yielded to
the will of the people, and that the
leader of the late Opposition has
been able promptly to form n now
-Ministry, ns follows:
A. E. B. Davie (Lillooet), Attorney-General.
John Eobson (New Westminster
^District), Provincial Secretary, and
Minister of Agriculture, Finance.
-and Mines.
M. W. T. Drake (Victoria), President of the Council (without portfolio).
.  William Smithe (Co wichau) Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Tlm country is certainly to be congratulated upon exchanging the
quasi-cabinet of which Mr. Beavon
was the head and Mr. Armstrong
the tail for the strong und representative Government indicated
above. It is composed of gentlemen
who nre widely known throughout
the whole province, and whose long
experience should qualify them in a
high degree for the responsible positions they occupy, lt will be observed that the new Government hns
four ministers, whereas the former
one had only three; but Mr. Drake
refuses, as he has before refused, to
take a portfolio, and sits in the cabinet as President of the Council.
* Tbe Government and the country
will, therefore, enjoy the full benefit
of Mr. Drake's valuable counsels and
judgment without increasing tiie cost
of government. It should be pointed
out also that the new cabinet is
equally divided 'between tlie two
great sections of tho province—two
of them represent mainland constituencies, and two represent constituencies on tho island. In tlio
previous Government there were two
islanders and only one mainlauder.
Not only is the new Government a
strong'ono personally, but it has the
advnntago of a strong suppoit in tho
House. The vote upon which Mr.
Beaven was defeated stood 16 to 8,
with un Opposition member in the
chair. Tho House, therefore, con
tains 17 supporters of the new Government to 8 opponents, giving u
Government majority of more than
two to one. Now, there are two of
the new ministers who aro obliged
to seek re-election on the mainland
—Mr. Davio of Lillooet and Mc.
Robson of New Westminster, In
thtt face of the facts wc havo already
stated it would be unwise and unpatriotic if these gentlemen are not.
returned   without  opposition.    It
■ficslffncd at Last.
The defeat of the Benven Administration took place so late lust l-Yi
day that we had no room in Saturday's issue for more than the mere
telegraphic announcement. The adverse vote was so decisive that there
was left to Mr. Benven no possible
course but to resign. This.he did
on Saturday, and the result will be
found in another column. With
respect to Mr. Beaven und liis Administration, perhaps the Jess snid
the better. The lnrge majority
against him iu the House is conclusive proof of tho excellent ground
upon which the Colombian urged
un early meeting of the Legislature,
It now appeal's clear to everybody
that, since tho genera! elections in
July, Mr. Beaven and his Government have been conducting the business of the country iu opposition to
the wishes of u large majority of the
electors, Ry persistently refusing
Lo give up the reins of government,
which lie held unconstitutionally,
Mr. Benven has damaged liis reputation to such an extent that it may
be doubted if he will ever again be
permitted to occupy iv seat on the
treasury benches. With respect to
his two colleagues, it would be charitable to draw a veil over their recent
political history. Mr, Hett's undignified conduct in collection with the
Esquimalt election leaves him, in
disgrace; and the ctroiimstances under which Mr. Armstrong entered
the cabinet leave him with a reputation which no respectable person
would envy,
Too Much Taxes.
In 186G the public debt of the
United States was $2,773,236,170.
It i.i now about §1,920,467,693, Iii
16 years the debt has been reduced
by §852;768,*J80, or at thu rate of
over fifty-three millions a year. In
l*i82 the reduction amounted to
§162,000,000. lt is very satisfactory to find the national debt disappearing so rapidly, but it must not
be forgotten that the payment of I lie
debt is made out of tuxes which have
been bearing very heavily upon the
people. There has been an agitation
going on for many years looking to
the reduction of taxation, This has
been steadily refused; but the nyi
tutors have now become so numerous
that some movement iu the direction of lower taxes may he confidently looked for. The Democratic
party, now virtually in power, will
probably re-airange tho present tin-ill"
and lessen the duties on a considerable number of nrticles. Such a
change will bring great relief to the
consumers, and it will tend very
much towards tariff reform in Canada. It is to bo hoped the large snr
plusses accumulating in the Dominion treasury for some years may be
accepted as an indication thai the
time for tariff reform hits come.
There is no part of the Dominion
whero tho customs tax is more
severely felt than in Uritish Columbia. Of necessity we must import
the great bulk of onr manufactured
goods, and Lhe enormous cost of
transportation from the East forces
us.to buy largely in the American
market. British Columbia pays more
money into the customs, in proportion to her population, than any
other province in the Dominion;
nnd if a substantial reduction could
be made in the customs duties, she
would be proportionately thankful.
—^
IHU liu Jill.
A LL ACGGUtfTS AGAINST. THB
l\ R. C. Penitentiary riotsent.in beforo
tlie 2nd of February (Friday next) will
stand ovor fur another month.
DelmonrcA's Restaurant
COLUMBIA    STREET,
Three Boors Above tlio Colonial
Hotel,
WILL OPEN ON  FEBRUARY 5,
1883, nud will be thu best and
the fayorito restaurant in the city, as it
will he the finest and  tlm one most thoroughly kept,
OYSTfilZS,   I'OULTIIY,   ioo!  miTTS.
All that the market tiflbf'ds will be
constantly on hand. Cleanliness and
good order will be the shining virtues of
the establishment. No Chinese cook employed.
MRS, Wil. 8INQE11BAU,
jnj'31 Proprietress.
DISSOLUTIOROFPARTNERSHIP
mHE   PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN
I.   the undersigned as Lumber Merchants at Now Westminster bus been
dissolved by mutual consent.   All debts
owing tin* aaid Partnership are to lie paid
to John A. Webster who will settle all
debts due by the snid Partnership.
Dated nt New Westminster this 24th
day of January, IS83.
JNO.  A. WEBSTER.
O. C. WEBSTER.
Witness:
1-Ikshy V. Edmonds. jny3I
Dissolution of Partnersliip.
■VTOTICE IS "HEREBY GIVEN, tlin't
IS the Pnrtnsralrip heretofore existing, known ns tlie firm of Robson Urns.,
Proprietors of the BniTisn Colomihas
Newspaper ami Printing Establishment,
in the City of New Westminister, R. O.,
has been this day dissolved by mutual
consent, Mr..-John Robson having withdrawn from the said firm. The establishment will hereafter be conducted imdor
the style nnd linn of D. Robson & Co.,
who will pay all claims against the-concern and receive all sums due the same.
Dated lflthJau,, 1883.
orESVvlMjL   ln3U a 1O1&
T> INFERRING TO THE ABOVE
JAi notice, all persons indebted to the
lato firm of Robson Bros, are hereby requested to make prompt Battlement so
that the aUairaof the late firm mliy be
adjusted,
jny31 D. ROBSON k CO.
WDunistratrix' Mice,
In the Goods   of MAXJMILTJAN
MICKATW, deceaml
mHE UNDISRSICtNED, HA VINO
JL been duly appointed Administratrix
of the personal Kstata and Effects'of the
late Maximillinu Midland, formerly of
Now Westminster, deceased, hereby
notifies all persons indebted to hiin that
they are required to pay the amount of
their indebtedness to Gonnos E. Coir-
nori.n, Esq., .Solicitor, New Westminster, within one month from this date,
and any person having a claim against
tho Estate is requested to furnish par*
t'eulars thereof to him within that period.
Dated 30th January, IS1*'.1}.
CELAINE   MICHAUD,
jny.llml Administratrix,
NOTICE.
lVTOl-ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
l\ application will bo nuido to tho
Legislative Assembly of tho Province of
British Columbia, at its next session, for
nu Act to incorporate n Company to construct oiid work a Railway from the 4:1th
parallel, North latitude, at a point be
tweon Semialnnoo Bay and tho Eastorn
lino"bf Township '2-2, New Westminster
Diotriot, to connect with tho Canadian
Pacific Railway at somo point between
tho Eastern line of Township 27, New
Westminster District, and the Western
Terminus of said Canadian Pacific Railway, and from that point to the City of
New Westminster,
ALBERT T, 13. MbKLMEN,
Solicitor for tho Applicants,
New Wei4mi.i-t.-i,
January 17, 1883. jnyllltc
PROCLAMATION.
Electoral District ol Xriv Wcstniln-
strir District, to wit!
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY givon
to the Electors of tlio DUtHot of
New WortiliinBtcr District tlmt in obocll-
once to Hor Majesty's Writ tome [lli-oot*
od, anil bearing date tlir 20tb day of .Inn-
uray, in tlio .vein- of Onr Lord One Thon-
Hnnd olglit-Uundred and olglity-thrco, I
require the prosorfee of tliu said Electors
at Brown's House, Semialuno "load, on
tlio
toili nay of February,
at 12 o'clock noon, for tlio purpose of
electing one portion t:i roproaont them in
DESSOLUtfOH OFPARTflERSHEP
TvfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Vi the Partnership of T. R. Pearson
& Co., Booksellers and .Stationers, of the
City of New Westminstor, ]1. C, has
been ,dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
John Robson having withdrawn from the
said firm. The business will continue to
be carried ou by the remaining partners,
under the name and stylo of T. R. Pearson & Co.
Dated 10th January, 1S83.
jnySl
SJ
jM
$$
Provincial Secketarv's Office,
89th January, 1SS3.
HIS HONOR THE LIEUTENANT-
Governor has been pleased tu make
the following appointments:—
William Smithe, Esquire, to be Cliief
Commissioner of bunds and Works for
the Province of British Columbia.
At.i'xaniiku Edmund Batson Davie,
Esquire, to be Attorney-General for the
Province of Uritish Columbia*.
John ROBSON, Esquire, to be Provincial Secretnry and Minister of Mines, and
Minister of Pimmce and Agriculture, for
the Province of British Coiumbin.
Mo.ntao uk William Tyuwiiitt
Dhaice, Esquire, to bo President of the
Executive Council of tho Province of
British Columbia.
[L.S.]      CLEMENT V, CORNWALL.
VICTORIA- liy tliu Omco ol Ohd, tif tlio milled
Kliii-ili'iiii-I'lli-i-nt Urliitiiiiui'l Ird'tinl. Unci;*',
Dotainlurof tlm I'ullli io., 4c, *«.
WIlKtlEAS ji nil-miry Im-t linnponcd In the
l^lriliitlvu Am-iiiblj: liy tin-nni-ptiiiin>..r
•illlce-if tho ll.imim-iliU- Aux-sbkii Eusiiimi II\t-
ma Davie, n iiipiiiIht r.,r lhe >.!--ct.ir.il Dinh-iut uf
IiilliHK-t-. Wo t-uiumiiwl nm Hint, notfeo ..r tin*
l-mo mul pt-ico .if Mi-cii-m being duly glreti, ymi
(lin'iiinf cli'i'li ii I.. In' nciilc iiminliii'il.i Inw, din
.UemluT to --I'm- In Hie Li-ii-l-niv,' Ai^mliiv nf
th-' IT.-vLii'-' nf Hiili.li iMimihhi, f.r liu* Kbi'inr-
al DlHTrici «r Lill.i.4>l,niiil thnt  vim du ntii-w- Mn>
t lunliim iif Cii.tdlilsiic-i nl muh  Eli'ttimi tnl>i-
Iwlil <n, ,  nml do rniinn the tinmoiif
mi.'li Mi-uilii'i' when m.i ,-U■cli-d. wli.'lln-i' tie he iin*.
sont nr iitim-iit, to .lio fterl Iie.1 lo our Sit|.i.-ru,*
Cimrt.iit lliL-t'ilvef Victorin. on or In'llni-Hii.
Iliirly-lli-st di.V.if Jlaicli  next,   tlm   Elwll-.u nn
iiiii'i'. di.-ttliu'lly and n- Iv under Hur f-Oitl ilnlv
ciidnirtcd Mpoii Hits Our TVHt.
IkTbhtihoxv Wimnnop We Imve cii|i*"'il 'in-.'
OnrUlteix  tnlic lll.'du  I'iilent  und-T Un*
Uri-iil Sail i>r Om-Kiiiil I'nivliin*ni' laiiWi
Qilmi-lmi*
Wi'Siss, tlm llhii.«imilde Omuikm V.
reiiNiiui., I'm- Lii-nN-ii-iiit-iiiircriiiii', nl
Onr Uii'-i'i'i*mej|i II.ni-**.>, ni Vlrturin, llu>
Tweiiiy-iiliUh d,.'y uf.li\miiu.v> l|i the yimr
nf Ulir I.mil Hue IhimMiui id-lit Imiuli-.:!
m.aelf-ljl.v-iliu'o.
liy Comninml,
JAMBS QUARI K9 PltHVO^T,
JiijSl Ifopl-'linr Suiirmiic Court,
[I..S.]    ci.!::*ii:nt v. gohnwall,
n-fsKJU-, hvttM Or.lire of nod, of Uio Unltol
Ixiiii.il on ri'il.i'O Eritniu mid livh-ul, Um:s,
Duft-iali'i' ol'tliu Nth, Ac, *c, £c
lhe liettiiiiiiig Officer »l' Hie Eloutoinl DJHtrict
orNuw.UoBlinhiMon
iVlietifrt in thi
eg'tliitl'-arr, Wi
if I.lfctlmi l.-iii'.- .Inly aiv**:i. v.md.i'
mn um.c i»mhI'>-in-.i-ili'ii-r Uihw. ol n M.'i
■ f lli-ill-hC.il- ml.i.-i, fi.i-' liu- i:i'Vlui'ii! Di*.
few We-liiiliiM**!*, nml Unit y.m do bib
it-.nlnnt.iuh nf 0-lidi(l-|Fi>f> nl uncli elurtlo
leld on llm lentil iluvi.f I'eliniiiviii'vt,
'.-ii!^-llii-ii:ime..f -iiii'L   }\-u>Wr wl'.i-n lie
i.-t  |
..four
V Wq hnve eJUiNCil thnnit
mul- I'nteiit n dor llm
wild 1'rovinco oT lh-MAi
i. The (Innnmlda Clement V,
Our l.l"iili'ii:iiit-liiiv<Tinn', 111 Our
ut II'.ii*n", nt Vh-rmh, the Ttven.
liy iif.l.umuv. in the veu-of Our
c   Ihi'USiiiul   eight   luuiilreil nnd
JAMES rti.\IM,!:s I'RKVOST,
Jny3l li«|*i»trnr Sii|iretti« Ouiirl,
^kveesazione"
rnHK TIIIIM.) CONVERSAZIONE IX
S aid of tho Holy TriniU Bell Tdwer
Fund will be held in the DRILL SHED,
on
THURSDAY   EVENING,    1st FEB.
Olinruflc. Vocal nnd Instrtimonlul
•Uusie, Hnlo of Work.
Admission, 50 ote; Children, half-price.
Refreslnnohts, 2"i cents,
.Doors open lit 7.30j to couimenco nt S.
Nn fcserVtitl seats, jriy27
(do
i folio
uttion of candidate!
Tho eundidfltos slmll bo nominated in
writing, Urn writing hIhiII bo subscribed
by two registered voters of tho Dlstrlot
mi pi-c-.po.sur and seconder, and by three
other lettered voters of the mud District ns assenting to the uouiinattofi, and
shall be delivered to tho Returning Oili*
cerutiniy timo betweou tho dnte of the
l'meliuiiiitiou nnd one p. in. of thu day of
nomination; and in the oVent ol d pnll
being iicenssary such poll 'will be open
on the  l!)th day of February,  from I) a.
in. to 4 p. in., at the following places, viz:
■School iloiu-o, Chilliwhaok ;
School Iloiisn, Su'nins;
Mr, York's House, Upper Sumas j
Riverside, Matsqui;
School House, I-arigloy j
School House, Maple Kidgc;
Brown's House, Semtalinio Road j
Hintis's Houne, Hall's Piairlei
Boyd k Kilj-ourV, North Arm ;
School House, Treuant;
Court Houso- Burrard Inlet;
Of which every person Is hereby required
to tiiUc notice and j*overn himself luieord-
ingly.
Given under iny hand at New West-
minster the 20th day of January.
One thousand eight hiuiilied and
eighty-threo.
ADULFllUS PEELE,
jn31 Returning OHloer.
Iliiffl
nllllll Li
-AN INVOICE OF-
WAGG0K
Cutting Eoros, Root Slicers,
French Etu-r Si ono Chopping Mills,
Panning Hills, Clippor and
Mohawk Plows, &c, &c,
:3.
1883.
mmmm
JUST ARRIVED
AND FOR  SALE AT
COLUMBIA Hunk
MEN'S TWEED SUITS
DSAOONAL SUITS
OVER0OATS
ULSTERS
0AR010AI JACKETS
50 PIECES FLANNEL
Grey, Sciirlet, Blue. White,
Striped, and Fancy Colors; English, American and Canaditin.
OBITS' FURNISHINGS
Engl Mi, American and Canadian
Underwear (seWeU and knit, wool,
sluikur and cotton), Wool Over-
slm-taj GurnsoySj Sueks, Cidlara,
Soarfa, Tius, Handkorehiofa, tSre.
WHITE SHIRTS, every style
aud quality.
SUITINGS
English and American, Bleached
nud Unbleaehed, Plain aud Twilled
Bleached and Unbleached COTTONS. English nud American—
friiui 3 eta. to 30 cts.
Duek Canvas, Dcnnims, Hcs-
siaus, Tiekiuga, Ac.
All Cnlors, all sizes and all quali*
tied and prices.
QUILTS & COMFORTS
White and Colored.
LADIES' JACKETS & DOL-
Ulaek nud Colored.
1HESS GOODS
Freneli Merinos (black and colors),
Blaok Grape Cloth, llhiek Cashmere (foruuiutvl and dress), Cashmere TuiHh (dillerent shades),
WincBys, Tartans, SeryosJ Ac.
LADIES'   UKDEECLCTHINS
VICTORIA,   B. C,
AriK.ST.S run
fatsrousEiipi] forts Co,
11UANTI*0KI),   ONTARIO.
PortiiDlo iiaiv Hills,   Grist Mills,
Slllnglo Mills.    rii;iiii:i|.i:i K».
glims, iin iv Mill Mudiincr-',
Jlc, iie.
L Harris, Son k Ooipy,
BEANTFOHn,   ONTARIO.
Ri'iiniriii'd   Mowers  nnd   lti'iigirr.1,
OslKifhC Moirci's, llrni'intrdniNl
llsbiirno lord Hinders..
J.O.WisnGP, Son & Company,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO. .
Ci-ii I en n I ;il  Nulh)-   linlio,   fiiirlnir
Tniltll Harrows,  Spi-lm; Tnotll
liilllvnlnr. tlrnnirord (irnlil
Drill, kc,  Ac.
iir Muclihios always on liunil. Reimim
kupt. tlolS
F
SUBSCRIBE
OH tiik Itrltfsh ColnmbUn, tho
NowMtjiiper on the Mainland of Jlrlt
ish Columbia.   Only $8 a year,
fELV£TEEH8
liiac!; Urown and Oroy.
G..GVES
0«ntl«meirs, in Husk, Doe, Ante
lops, Omit, Twtelt. W»»l and
Kid (lined and unlinetl ; Ladies',
in Jersey Wutil, Thread and Kid,
Kid Oltives for Ladies and Guntle-
tneu, in Ulaek, White and Colored.
Canadian Knit Wool Mitts,
Ulovos and Uueks.
FLAM;l-LS
Cittmilian, lionm iftndc.
UMBRELLAS,  RUBBER COATS,
nnd OIL CLOTHING.
0ARJPETS   nnd   HEARTH RUGS.
SILVERWARE
Plillcd nnd Solid—a lmndsolne lot,
50 drfzi Plated nnd Silver
SPOONS nnd FORKS, jnit re-
oeived from the best nuuiufuotur
era.
LAMPS, LANTERNS,  and LAMP
OOODS.
TA1ILE nnd   POCKET CUTLERY.
TRAPR  BROS.,
General Dealers-,
iste*>? Westminster, B. C.
H
AVE RECEIVED
direct from England the largest consignment of
CARPETS
Ever seen in New
Westminster, consisting of Brussels, from
$1.25 per yard; Tapestry, from 75 cents
per yard; Kidderminster^ and 3-ply,from
75 cents per yard;
Stair Carpel; from 15
cents per yard; Hemp
Carpet, Felt Carpet,
Mats, Rugs, Oil Cloth,
iu great variety.
Looking - Glasses,
Furniture Reps and
Gimps.
Bird Importation
GRAEMES & PROVISIONS
Flour,   Bncnri,  .HumR,1  Sugnr, Tea,
Cofl'ee, Oatmeal, Corntneii!, fienns,
Poratocd, Ttico, Hnniinyaml
Craeked Wheat, Mutter,
Honey, Ac
In  SHELF  and   CAN   GOODS,
Btouk eompluto.
VnrimiB Brandt of OO'AIi* OIL.
Nomiiber 8, 1X82.' Au8
tRAPP BROS.,
AUCTIONEERS
•SWINE & S>lftlT ivretTCH/WIt f}
L. UIIUITI1
BEGS TO INFORM. THE ^ESID*
Aiita of New Westminster and vicinity that he fo constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs.
English Ales,
London and   ■
DubM Stout,
■Which he will Bupply
I BOND or DUTY PAD),
In Qunntltlcs lo Suit Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from..
XV, A. Gllby's,   l.« i ml on,   .
•
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret
BurguMy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.   BROWN*
OOLU1IBIA   BIBZET,
New Westminster,   B, 0.
n^Itestminster
FOUNDRY
—ANW—
Machine   Shop!
FRONT  STREET;
New Westminster,  B. C;
II0BEKT LAW, • riMl'-IUETOR.
SMSHFACTOItBR OV
STEAM       ENGINES.
.Saw-mill, Crist -mill. Fish-canning, and
all kinds nnd styles of Machinery
made to order.
Pattern-making done in all its various
forms,
AH kinds of Brass and Iron Castings.
1 {quiiring done with neatness and dis*
patch, nullti*
CARD of TifAKKS-
mHB UNDEKSICNKr-, BEFORE
X leaving New WcstnunsteV, wislieJ
to return her sincere thanks to her many
friends nnd customers tor the liberal
patronage she received while in business,
and particularly for the considerate kind-
in-is mid liherality shown her during the"
past week.
MRS. 1). MoDONALD:
New West., Jan. 10, 1883.        jfiyl7ffii
Dissolution of PartnersMp.
THE PARTN'RSHIP HKRETOFORE
existing hetwcoh I). W. Mil^r and
J. fi. Atkinson, .of Sumass, B. C„, under
the firm name of Miller and Atkinson, Is
this day dissolved by mutuil consent.
The businoss will be carried on by P.W.
Miller, hy whom all accounts will be
paid and collected,
D. W. MILLER,
J. L. ATKINSON,
Sumass, 1st Jan., 1883. jny<f
WANTED:
1 A CHOPPKRS AND HEWERS FOR
[[}   a 1 -ogging Camp on Shuswnp Lako.
Wages, gTiO tu 8110 a month, with board.
Apply to
W; B. WILSON,
jny.'lnil Kamloops,'
NOTICE.
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB-
sonco froin the City, Mr, A. J..
Toi.mik will manage the business of the
Holbrook House; and I hereby give no-
tico that I will lie responsible for no
debts contracted without his written
order.
J. W. HENNESSY.
New West., Jan. 2, 1883. jy3
WANTED IMMEDIATELY;
6 GOOD DRESS -MAKERS AND 2
Joimii'viimu Tailors, a*.
TRAPP  BROS.,
jny 17 Mow Wat.','B. 0,' lhe fvitish Columbian.
W-tdnes-luy Aloi-nluR* Jan. id, U83.
At Lnngluv, on tho "7*1. Inm., (lie wife of Mr.
K, Ciimiitmll ufnioti,
-. .MiMmmtol,*..,, —' n
1MED.
In tills city, on tlie 30th Innt.. Kilwnril Aolilcy,
Bs'oiii'K'-'iit Run of Mr.   0.  D.  Kufglit,   agi-U 11
Knillltllr).
Dog poisoners were at work in the
'city  yesterday.
Look for Tr.ipp -Bros,' liew advertisement next Saturday.
Rend the advertisement of the Del-
ltmico Restaurant in another column.
The new Hyack company hnd the
'aifginit out oh Monday itight for a
| squirt.
.The lt(flt'issue of the Yale Sentinel is
[full of what it calls the ''New Pacific
i Scandal."
Russet apples, fresh and sound, for
Inle at 4 cents per lh. Enquire at the
'Methodist Parsonage. *
The -{rain product of Ontario last
[year amounted to 143,60t)t0(^)'bushels,
Valued at $94,200,000.
Remember the entertainment nt
Granville Hall to-niglit in aid of the
'Hustings MH1 Institute.
Among the passengers who came up
[last night, were Messrs. Jas, Orr and
W. J. Armstrong. M. P. Ps.
It is believed that a surplus of $11,-
'000,000 was in the Dmniniitn treasury
[at the beginning nf this year.
-The ship Grace.Gibson left Victoria
ifor London last week with 23.314 cases
[of salmon, valued at 9110,000.
Tl-e Blue Ribbon Society held a
meeting on Monday ni»ht, when over
SO names were placed on the pledge
book. ' 4
The Toronto Globe kujb tho British
^Columbia section at the fishery exhibition in Luudon will be highly cred
iitablo.
Tlio Government of Ontario an-
liKiiiinios n surplus .if 8-!,825,5ti(>. Tint
"ibvenue fur 1833 is estimated at $2,-
1530,709.
The steamer Gem' whs a short distance belnw the Mission on Monday
levelling, preparing to eti-rt for Han-
Son  River.
The steamer Princess Louisa, Oapt.
Lewis, arrived from Victoria at 4:15
'yesterday afternoon, with passengers,
freight and mails.
The value of exports for year 1882,
at the ports of Now Westminster and
Viotoria, amounted to tho respectable
sum of $3,439,281.
Last week tlie steamship Elder
brought 3,000 lbs. raw opium consigned to a Chinese firm in Victoria.
It was valued at 820,000.
CoNVEBSAZiom—Anotllev conversazione will lie given in tho'I'ijll Shea
to-morrow night in jud of Trinity
Church bell tower fund. From an
advertisement iii another column it
will be seen that tho hill of fare is
quite attractive, and we hope thore
may ke u good house.
For Up River,— The steamorAdi-
laido will leave for Maple Ridge this
morning, probably about 9 o'clock,
with rice for the Chincso camps.
Messrs. Ewen & Co. contemplate
sending hur up as fur.nsOliiUitvUack
every Wednesday, if the business offering should be sufficient to justify
the trip.
-*»	
From Up River.—Capt. Bristol ar-.
rived here early yesterday from Yale,
bringing the British Columbia Express,
mails, and 4 passengers. He came all
the way from Yale hy canoes. There
ib no ice in the river to interfere wit!
navigation, except at Cheam, where
thore is a 'jam of>.l>->ut a milo in extent, Tlie water is high enough for
steamers. There is not more than 0
or 8 inches of snow anywhere this side
of Yale, and the weather is quite
mild.
Dissolution.—At tontiou is directed to the notices which appear in our
advertising columns announcing thu
dissolution of the firms of Robsoji
Bros, and T. R. Pearson & Co. As
was generally expected, Mr. John
Robson has taken a portfolio in the
Government, and hu therefore withdraws from alt connection with the
linns men turned. Moth esiiibrisii.-
ments will continue, however, with
unabated vigor, and will endeavor to
iflerrb a continuance of the very large
patronage they now enjoy,
"Political affairs iu France ere in a
very disturbed aud critical condition.
It is believed that there will be a
/change of ministry before long.
i J' Over a 'hundred thousand persons'
fsettlod tu Canada.during 1882, being
moro than three times the number of
'arrivals during tho previous year.
Among our advertisements this
morning will be found another notice
'of application for a railway to. run
front tTie boundary line to this city.
, The chain-gang hnvo nearly com
pleted the excavations on Provost
street. Teams can now pass along Pre-
vost street from Mary to Lome street.
■ The Suez Canal Works Committee
tins adopted the directors' suggestion
fur improvements to tho canal estimated to cost twenty-three million
francs,
. It is asserted that the seal fisheries
of Alaska have yielded $10,000,000 to
the U. S. treasury since the purchase
'of that territory by the American Government.
In the case of Mitchell, belter known
as "Greok George," arrested for murder at Point Roberts, the magistrate
discharged the prisoner with un admonition!
Advices from the East indicate that
the Ontario 'House wil 1 be dissolved
early next summor, aud it is believed
the olecltous will result iu a good majority for the present Reform Goverti-
mont.
, Mr. Deane has leased the second
Oat of his brick building to Mr.
Insley, who will fi) it up with bedrooms for the use of the Colonial Hotel, the present accommodation being
Insufficient.
Tha City Council mot on Monday
*iit.   The  most  important  matter
ntssod  was the loan scheme suh-
;t«d by Mr.  Brown, which will be
(und in another column.    We Imve
fut  room for a roport of  the other
Iusinens iu this issue,
Tho steamer Adelaide went up to
Uplfi Ilidipj on Saturday morning mid
-ansported a camp of railway men
'imi that place to St. Mary's MiisKti.
ho returned to thia city mi Sunday.
here is vory little ice in the river on
ihis side nf the Mission.
The Imperial Government's Coin-
uissioner to mako arrangements for
rish immigration tn Canada has left
Ittawa for home, furnished with all
he information available regarding
he North-West. Tho Dominion Gov
rumeiit have not, however, made any
pecial arrangements in the matter.
A Boston despatch announces that
he Canada Pacific Railway Company
i quietly negotiating for a new
hrough route with terminal facilities
: Boston, aud intend, when all ar-
ingemmits are concluded, to heuin a
steniatic war ugainut the Grand
riink aud its ally the Central Ver-
ontl
; Voltaire, 120 yoara ago, said that
'beforo the beginning of the Ifllli cen-
nrv Christianity will havedisanpeared ,
ruin, tile earth." Iu 1880 the date
pnointud for tho oxtermhiation of j
Ihristtuuity thero were 24,000,000
■nglish-speukiiig, and of those 14,000*
00 were Protestants, 5,500,000 Ro-
iiini-jts, 4,500,000 profcsMt Hd regions' belief.''
The Hyacx Ball.—The annual ball
given by the Hyack Firo Company last
Friday night was a very brilliant and
shcooflsful affair. Thore whito about.
60 couple present,„amontt whom were
Mr. August Bonrdo, Cliio'f EifgTneur nf
the Victoria Firo .Department; Mra.
Boordo and her aislur, Alias Blande;
and Mr. Pliiilipa, es-Chief .Engineer
Victoria Fire Dopartuieiu. There were
nfon several from Ladnes's Landing,
and other places. Mr. Franlt Richards, our nld original chief, was not
able tii lie pivsont hut sent a very kind
letter in which he Oxpro-ssed tfljinh regret at his unavoidiibf-B.^lisence. The
ball1 was opened ."by-IfIs Worship the
Mayor, who lect out Hit's. Boordji, Qhiaf
Engineer Boorde taking Mrs. Edinrmtla
for partner. Dancing was l^ept up till
3:30 Saturday morning At thii ulnae
threo cheers were given for tho Victoria guests, and the compliment was
acknowledged in suitable spBOchoa by
Messrs. Boorde and Pjiillips. Thu
music was Bitppliod by'a: string band
under the direction of "Mr. \V. ti.
Keary. The refreshments were from
Diebel's restaurant. The Drill Shed
was decorated very tastefully, representing the emblems und implements
of the brigade..
nur Sea Farjr.
Intcrcstlns Statistic^ torm%
We are indebted tp;Capt. Pitton
rtgh, Fishery Overseer,' for the foi
lowing  return,   showiiig Jhe kinds,
quantities and value of fish, cured,
canned and fresh, taken in tlm distiict
of Now Westminster during the year
1882; also, tho number ami value of
vessels, bruits and nets used in fi:
on the Fraser river:—
3,300 btimilft of S'iIihoii, wilii-il, nt SO
tier bbl -.,.■.. ?
190,201 caNM or Salmon, ntntiatl, nt $5
]HT   IVl'l' „         0
il'j.CiHi Siilmmi, muh, ni 8 I'viiis fj-K'Si..
Mil   Sllllllllll,   rllllllllfll .'..,.„..
JD.TUOllm. Wuritwm, utO rant* per IK.
111,600 llii.   Wliliini*. 4c,,  at fa ci'iil-t
■>or Hi ....*..'	
423 klt-i Hurilii-*,**, cured, ul $3.'25 iter
kit	
1,281-U bam-li nf IliTi-inj!!-, ratal, nt
$HjiurliM	
HcitllpB. Hiimki'il	
Sii.tiiH' lln, ll-'iTiiii-H, iVi'nli, nt 5. cunts
liurlb ;1	
ftl.G-U llm. Tri'lit, nt S r.-iiH |*ci- lb	
111,41111 Iii*. O. IhIiiiiin, nt a conl* lior 111...
T.s4a Knllouit u^ Ki*ii Oil, nt in Kfmm
|H*K-il •■ -•*'■'	
I.i, i ^lliiii*! llcM-ini; Oil, Ml ."' COtltl
lwrgal	
U»i tiiiiM lli>ri-Iii$s, ilriiil ncrn|i, at',fl*
jtor Ion	
Mtiuit'Jpiil Loan Scheme.
At the meeting of the City Council
on Moiulay night, Mr. E. Brown submitted a scheme to borrow :i sunt tif
money for city Improvements, Tho
schuino, it was explained, was only
a rough one, subject to amendment;
but inasmuch as it.very serioimly concerns overy citizen wu have thought
proper, with Mr. Brown's consent, to
publish it so that the ratepayers as
woll as the Council qmygive it the
amount uf consideration ii- deserves.
The scheme fo substantially as follows:
It is proposed to borrow §35,000, lor
which city dol'.Jiitures will be issued
bearing not more than 7 p*er cent, in
tetrust, and running 20 yours. Tin
interest will lie paid annually, and i
smiting fund will he providi-il for the
redemption of debenture:! at the end
of the period; or dehontures may bo
redeemed annually, na may bu determined. The debentures bearing 0 or
7 per cent, should sell at par. It fo
proposed that the sum borrowed shall
be expended as follows: Columbia
street, from end to end, $10,000;
Front street," from Douglas to Ellis
street, 43 feet wide, with return connection on Ellis: struct to Columbia
street, §0,000'; Douglas street, between
Columbia and Front, S--,000; Begbie
street, from First to Columbia, §1,000;
Richard street, from Wubarer's mill to
junction of Columbia, $2,000; Ellis
street', from Columbia to Agnes, §2,-
000; Dallas street, completed to Rioh-
'nrd, Si-500;1 making Front atreet full
width (43 feel) from DuuglaVto Holbrook House, aud general repairs nn
that portion already completed, §2,-
500; siqidry repairs nud improvements
throughout" Iho city, §5.000} to provide a bouil3 of $2,0i)0 for ;i grist mill,
with two run of atones, and eosHiur
not less thnn $10,000; a bonus of $500
each for a boot and ahuu factory nud a
tub and bucket factory. Tho increased value of- property resulting fi'i-ui
those 'street'improvements; Mi*. Brown
estimates, would yield an increased
revenue unwinding to £2,775 the first
year, and this amount would be growing iai'ger as population and industries
.increased, The inoreaseof city rovonue
is estimated as follow.-i': On O.-biuiTiia
st,," §500; Richard st., $150; Ellis
fit.jSl.iO; Dulliwat','8l7fi; Iota tm both
sides of .Ui'ivh.iiit Si|uiu*u, $.7>Q;- rental
of iv-iier lots fr-uii Dougluw lo Ellin nr..
(13 lois ni. frtini koO'io 3fr> f»c!i)say
o7op; increased asHuuiimoiit throngi
(lib cUy m-eoiiseqiieiice of tho per
iii*nt iihjH'bi'uiuuiit-i, $1,000; total addition tji revenue, •;''?,i*i5 Tlii) scheme
is now open for di-'ciis.-.ion by the ratepayers, ami" it would be well tp con
aider it ivi'li njl Beriou-mosa I'efot.** it is
adopted by thy Cotiijoil. t.)f course
wliun thy silhenH' hi'w aKBiuiied n shap'o
iii which it meets the views of the
Council, it will buuecussilry td submit
a by-law to the ratepayers before tho
loan could bu nogoimred^ We shall
have Bimiothilig nmrc tii say upon this
subject another time.
EXCLUSIVE DESPATCHES '
* C0LUM3IA!
THE METUKAKTLA WAR.
Be iven Steps Down andOut
SMITHE   FORMS A CABINET.
WlilTS TO ISSUE AT OMOE.
ronlcmjoriu')' Press,
1.-.W
■S.liiS
3,803
fi.SoO
Total vnliiont FUli iiml Gear. .(I.IQU.USK
From Eiirrnra Inlet.
(C(iri-i'ii|i(ifi-l*im*i* ol Hie Utltlili Oultitntiian.)
The weittlllir here has beeii mild and
rainy. Tile tug Alexander Arrived on
Thursday aud on Friday took out the
vessel Ohin-auo, boiiiitl for Takio witli
a load of lumber. A new hotel ia now
at the sendee of visitor,-* at Mmidy villo,
Homuthing which will make atranuura a
little more intlepeudeiit. Several new
reaiduuceB have gone up at Moodyvillo,
and rumor mentions that a number of
other iinpruvomeula are in contemplation. There wiia'guud Bkiuing fur amuo
days on the creek near tho spar idled,
and it waa very highly npjiroclated.
They are puttin-j; the linishiug t.uuohua
on si'iiiu excocdin-j[ly Dud »|iarH ju.it
now, Th(i Moodyville, reudiiigrooiu
aeetua to he in a proaporoufl ooiidition,
Take it altogether, although many
havo moved away and new ones have
taken their places, Moodyville wna
never iu a more prusperona uunditioti,
nor had it ever a.more encoiir-i'pnij
prospect for thu future At the.Haa-
tinj(» mill there are 2 nv [] wssefo, and
Granville seems tfnito lively, Mr.
Alex. Johnston* who awrvoil tho people
uf the Inlet with raw uf eat fiir Many
years, now ilivijost hia. old friends to
tho Deighton Hotel where he [innnititia
to provide them with moat cooked iu
uvery style. An eutortaMinmnti i^ to
bo given at Granville Hall nn Wcdncft-
ilnv, Hist inst,, in aid of the Hastiftipi
Mill Mechanics' Institute, Thero aro
aaid to lie no vacant house* at Granville either, and new roaidoiices aro
projected in all diructiona, If this
condition of advancement continues,
the 0. IV R. will hdv.i to extend to i
Gnwvi.Jo.' I
Mr. Wm. Winter, of ProRcott, Out.,
raoetitly received a letter from the
Countess of Diitt'crin, informing him
of tho-pcrions iIIuosh of his son, Corporal Charlie Winter, who ia at
Alexandria, Egypt, with his corps.
At tho diilo.uf tlio letter Charlib was
improving, but wan unable to write
homo, and her ladyBhip kindly acted
as hia amanuensis. Lady DuH'erin and
her daughter, Lilly Bokin I-jlachwdttd,
are snid to bo constant visitors tu the
linapitala in Alesandri:i, and aro fairly
worahipiiua.by the m«n, and no wonder, Such kindly aota as lhe above'
could hardly fail to extnto the deepest
ad(niii'ii.tion/for tlm Coiiuteaa,
111 1871 Sir Charles Dillto stated
that tho cost of Royally wna exoes-dve,
and he estiiniiteil it at i'1.000,000 per
iinuuiii. He was not far wrong, aa
waa conclusively proved when an additional gmnt was iuskod, for Prince
Leopold on the uodaaioii of hid mar-
riage. But it by no means follows
iiecossariiy that Sir Charles wiahoa to
disestablish lloyalty because ho lain
favour of partially disoudowinu it. In
a country where the Prime Minister
receives £5,000 per annum, aud ail
agricultural I.ibonrer about 14s per
week, it ia coiicoivable tlmt Iho Sove-
n-ij-n might ha respected with u yearly
income uf £50,000- per annum, and
that each uf hor children might maintain themselves in perfect comfort on
£-1,000 per annum—-Londan Truth.
Wo presume it will hot be denied
that the u$u of liquor is leas general
among tho bettor classes of society
than it was half a century ago. The
decanter iu the side-hoard luia ceased
to be the  necessary  feature  in  the
11-to-do household tlmt it was then.
A century ago tlritukeuiii'ss might almost have been called a marked nnd
unconcealed feature of fiishiuiiablu
society, especially in England. An
advancing civilizulion haa since been
pushing lhe nsu uf liquor down tho
social grade. Such is ils uuinistal;-
able mo ith lent,, slow though it bo, and
laws have had lUithillfl to do with It.
May wo not he led to.hopo that the
sources. are .drying dp hi a degree 1-
SI,  L>mi':i Iknwerai
Victoria, -Ian. 29.—The American
warship Oliver Woicott returned from
Metlaknhtla to-day. Blsh'opRidley's
charge against the Indiana for riotous
conduct and removing buildings \yiis
dismissed. His charge against three
Indjans for assault was, however,
sustained, imd they wore lined $20 nnd
810. Two-thirds of tho Indians adhere to Mr. Duncan, aud the remainder to the Bishop. Superintendent
Powell afterwards held a pow-wnw
when it was agreed that each party
itlionld mind its own* business and not
interfere with the others. Bishop
llidley sends his family to this city to
reside,    . . .
Oapt, John Irving will \enve on
Wednesday for Ottavva.-via Portland.
The Legislature met at 2 p. hi. today. Mr. Beaven announced that iu
consequence uf the adverse vote ou
Friday ho had ou Saturday placed Ins
resignation in lhe hands of the Lieut.**
Governor-, aiid only held ollice until
the appointment of liis successors, Mr.
Smithe announced that on Saturday,
the Lieutenant Governor had sent for
hiin, and lie had undertaken the responsibility ol forming a cabinet, which
was cinupi'sed of the following'{rentier
men:—Mr. A. E. H. Davie, Attorney-
General; Mr. John Robson, Provincial
Secretary and Minister nf Attriculture,"
Finance, Mines and Minerals; Mr.
Drake, President of the Council, without portfolio; himself ,(Mr, Smithe)
Ooinmisaiotior of Lands and Works,
The ll'iiiso then adjourned until Mon-
day, February 10th, in order to give
the new ministers the opportunity of
going to their ednslituenciea for re-
iloctioti, At 3 p. in. the Lieutenant-
Governor administered ilie oath of
illiro to the new niiui:*.ters, and they
eceiveil the congratulations of their.
11 | friends. A meeting of ilie executive*
wits held immediately afterwards, lt
ii underatntid that writs for the new
elections will go ont to the several districts by to-morrow's mail.
DunuN, Jim. Vfi.— Twenty-one prisoners wero arraigned in the police
court on Safurd-iy on a charge of conspiracy to murder Government oV'icera.
j lt is reported' that astounding disclosures are to be made in regard to llio
Plneuix Park murders, and (tliat tile
evidence to bo given iVill-'cotnpletuly
eclipse that obtained, on Saturday.
Evidence of Lamie, tha informer, was
important with regard to the murder
of Cox. Neither Davitt, flealy nor
Quiiin will consent to give bail and
they will consequently go lu prison and
w.ill probably be sentenced to solitary
confinement at hard labor in Kilmaiu-
hum jail.
Dun LIN, Jan. 27.—Tho prisoners
charged .wiih conspiring to murder
Field wero arraigned in court to-day.
Alice Carroll positively identified
Brady, Kelly and Kavtmaugh as assailants of Field. Anothor witness testified that thu above mentioned mon
were implicated in tile attack.
CoitK, Jan. 28. —Jos. Cowan, Radical member of Parliament, telegraphed
Davitt "If you nr Uealv desire to give
hail I will become otic of your bondsmen,"
3PA1.I8, Jan. 28.—The government,
and committee of deputies Imve agreed
to accept the project of Fubro whicli
proposed lhat the Orleans princes be
prohibited from tilling and military or
civil posts.
LvoSS, Jan. 28.—The town is iii r.
Politics and Young Men.— Our
neighbor, the Mail, had an article uot
long ago warning young men against
political life, because in politics it is
necessary to "treat, every loafer as i
he wero a familiar, and '-v--ry riiH.n
as if he were the s'dtor-the earth..1
In our opinion the advice is nopatri
otic, and the reason on which it is
based incorrect as a matter of fact.
Not only should every young man,
but every man in Canada take an active intercut in politics-—at least to the
extent of understanding the political
questions and voting at every election.
The very best men iu the community
are just thu men that should make
their influence felt in politics. Thia
country of ours cost too much money
and muscle to hand the government
of it over to the "loftfers and "rut-
fians" ,of tho community,— Canada
Presbyterian.
 __«.	
Thr I-tuimi.K Bursting,—-The stock
of the Hudson Bay Company, which
rose from £17 a share to £12, is now
down to £31, with the prospect, of a
further decline*- and tho Northwest
Laud Company shares (Duko of M.) t'i
get stuck iu which Toronto people
tumbled .over one another, are to bo
had at 4§s.,.for which 00s. were paid
The towYi Jots in Winnipeg have
shrunk in value; Brandon iind Portage lots will not begin to fetch prices
paid for thein eight months ago; foreclosures are useless though they are
threatened in many cases, aud so it
goes to the end.—Toronto World.
A SEcitr.T Fon. the Ladies. — The
great secret of beauty is pure blood.
Kruptious and ull blotches that disfigure
the lace, may be quickly cured by Burdock Jilood.r Bitters. Annie Heath, of
Portland, certifies that she was cured by
this remedy, after suilemig for two
yeai'B.
PoPULAitrrv.—Why. they are popular.
Tho reason thaj; National Pills -tyre, io
universally popular is because they'pro
curtain in their action, mild and painless
iu their operation, and never leave the
bowels constipated. They are sugar-
coated, and contain no mineral poison.
Pnrlners
mill -itho-'N
llHElrlHR
ngnier *»'
,-iin'ss.
i>y
whicli Su to Sill
) ii day cnu lie
n-N**
ill  ,'IHV,
Wilkinson
& Co..
1«&
unil 11*7
jiiy-MwO
Caution.
, Wo bf-g to call the attention of tho
tirade and the public to the well-known
quality and elegance of finish of oar
Cold Ctist-s-, guaranteed by us to be of
eighteen karat Gold, U. S. Mint assay,
or of fourteen karat Cold, as may be
stamped, and also to our mode of Belling
thu same, charging only for the Actual
Wkioht of the gohl used, und not tor
the banc metal comprised in springs, key
pipes, filling of crown, etc. lo illustrate
which a tag accompanies each one of our
Cold Cases, which plainly indicates not
only the gross weight of the case, but
also the Net weight of the gold.
In explanation of the above wo desire
to say that the old plan of chargiug for
the gross weight of the .caseins if it wero
all gold, worked well enough as long as
tho manufacturers were content with the
amount of brass and steel actually re
quired in its construction; but when the
business was degraded into a contest as
to who should get the most hasp metal
into the leant quantity of gold and call it
a Cold case, then tho time came when,
in the interest of, dealers in American
Watches, it been mo necessary to adopt a
plan of selling, showing the buyer exactly how much Gold each wise contained."
To avoid imposition, purchasers of Waltham Watches will observe that overy
gonuino watch, whether gold or silver,
bears our trade mark on both case and
movement. Cold cases are stumped "A.
W. Co.;" nnd guarantee certificates ae
company them. Silver cases arc stamped
"A. M. Watch Co., Waltham, Mass.,
sterling silver," and are accompanied by
guarantee certificates, signed R. E. Bobbins, treasurer. The name "Waltham"
is plainly engraved upon all movements,
irrespective of cither distinguishing
marks. This caution is rendered necessary by reason of the., fact that our cases
nre frequently sapal-idcd from our movements, nnd put upon worth"
roii-sumption Cured.
. An old physician, retired from active
practice, having hail placed iu his hands
by an East India Missionary the formula
of a simple vegetable remedy for the
speedy and permanent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, and
all Throat and Lung affection^, .also a
positive und radical cure for, General
Debility and all nervous complaints, after
having thoroughly tested its wonderful
curative powers in thousands of cases,
feels it is his duty to make it known to
his fellows. The recipe, with full particulars, directions for preparation and
use, and all accessory advice and instructions for successful treatment at yonr
own home, will be received by you by
return mail, free of charge, byaddrcssiug:
With stamp,
i 1)11 J. C. HAYMOND,
r04 Washington Street, Brooklyn, N. V.
Mention this paper. deOyl
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These celebrated safes arc made from
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nnd have all the modern hnprovmnents of
tho best American Tire and Burglar Safes,
including tne Sargnnt Crcenlcaf Dial
Lock. Being of Canadian uiailufaetiirc,
they arc duty free, and-'consequently can
be HiOld cheaper than eifchei English or
American Safes.
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes and qntility, at
prices ranging from one hundred to three
thousand dollars. . ,,
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application te the agents for
British Columbia.
no2    M. W. WAirr-t Co., Victoria.
ttsr T. K. Pearson A Co. wish to draw-
attention to the fact that they are prepared to take subscriptions for all Canadian, American and British newspapers
and periodicals at publishers' prices,
without charging additional for remittance of money.—Adv,
Pocket CrTLEity.--T, R. Pearson k
Co. have received un assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England.
New Westminster District Maps for
sale at T. R. Pearson k Co.'s and \V. H.
Keary's and oilico of Woods k Turner,
showing Railway Lino and all surveys up
to June, m-2.   Price, $1.25. •
P, 3. HAMILTON,
Attorney, Solicitor, Conveyancer, 4c.
Comer Mary ami Clarkson street., New
Westminster, IS. C. d20m3 '
STRAYED
TNTO THE PREMISES OF THE
JL undersigned, on or about the 2nd
inst., a three-year old Heifer.
The owner is hereby notified to prove
property, pay expenses and take the animal away, otherwise it will be sold to
diver charges.
.,   HUOH MAGEE- £
North Arm, N, W. District.      jnyTOwS
N O TIC E i
A HI PERSONS ARE HEREBY
/y cautioned against cutting or removing timber of any kind from off lands
held by the Hastings Sawmill Company,
as ■ parties doing so without permission
wiil he prosecuted.
r RICHD. JI. ALEXANDER.
Burrard Inlet, B. C,
12th Doc, 1882. delQ
Popular Met!
KE-OPENEI^ BY
NELSON BROTHERS
Wholesale £ 1U1I.U
BUTCHERS
pON^ANTT.Y ON HAND A IiARGE
\j and Choice assortment of
Fresh & Salt Meats;
Game, Poultry, and Vegetables
ATOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
J_^j application will be made to the
Legislative,Assembly,of the Province of
British Columbia, at itt; next session, for
an Act to incorporate a Company to construct ami work a Railway from a point
between Townships 7 and 22, District of
New Westminster, at the l!Hh parallel
of Nortii latitude, to the City of New
Westminster aud Port Moody.
ALBEBT T. D. McELMEN,
Solicitor for the Applicants.
New Westminster,
29th December, 1S82.
STRAY STEER.
CAME INTO THE PREMISES OF
the undersigned, on Sea Inland,
sometime about May last, a red Steer,
coining two years old. The gurnet- is requested to prove property, jiay charges
and talwhim- •waj^'othttfw tecJi"i-wilr*be
sold for expenses.
jny20w2      JAMES FAULKNER.
Beeffallle illrccl from our own Banch-
tints** It-iHfc"s.
tT-iT Families, Restaurants, Hotels,
Camps, Steamers, ami Ships supplied at
Bed-Bock prices. , d23
53L Highest cash price paid for IIIdea.
All bills will be made out on the lst-cf
each mouth, and must he paid by the liitli.
E. E. GREYELL,
■       , DEALKR IS	
Dry-leods| Groceries,
xrzro., etc.,
Front st., next doov to Gem Saloon*
HAVING PURCHASED PRINCI-
pally for Cash, I am offering goods
at the very lowest remunerative prices.
A trial is confidently solicited. No second price.   A lot of
Ronls and Shoes
Qfiered at a Bargain.
Bosun
Tin: Stin'o of OoNSOlBNOB.*—A Dan-
i»h Colonial iMit^Miraiu nnoo made a
grimly comic experiment in the direction of putting down false swearing,
and upon this principle. Ue this appalled by the eiidlona perjuries committed in cases before hlni, uetdrniih-
ed ut stop them, and, did. Ho, of
Courso, said nothing nf his method,
but au English friend seated beside
him mi tlm bench noticed that, whenever a witness told a palpable lie, he
jumped.. Hu asked the reason, and
thu Magistrate, after a .caution,, revealed his secret,—"My orderly stands
behind the tvltiless, and whenever I
put my left hand to my "ear, that indicates th.it the evidence i.i false, and
he jltHi a pin into him." It is a well*
known fact that the "sting of conaci-
eiu-u" in this material form proved
ell (Hit mil, and that the magistrate, who
died honoured throughout Denmark,
in three years turned an Alsatia into
nno of tho most orderly and law abid-
inu of communities, lie could always
get tho truth.
A WONIIKKKIU, ClUNOK.   -HcV. W. R.
CilTord,  whilo pastor of M. E. Church,
Bothwell,   suffered   frinii chronic dyspepsia so badly its to render lifo almost a
bdrdeu.   Throe buttles of Burdock'Blood   _
BitteVs cured him' j ed itt his rooms at the Colonial Hdtul
thus affecting injuriously the perform,
iincu of the watches, and vitiating our
guarantee, which is intended to cover
only our complete watches wholly made
by us. It is necessary also, because it is
so notorious as to be a public scandal
thnt there is great fraud in the metal
quality of both gold and silver enses ns
now generally sold. We have demon-
stratod by frbqupnt assays that many
gold and silver cases offered iu the market arc debased from 10 to 20 per cent,
from the quality they asstimo to be.
This is n fraud upon the purchaser, and
accounts for the low price at which such
eased watches have boen sold.—Amkui
can Watch Company, Waltham, Mass,
 move-
state of j-rcat ttxcituititmt.  It is minor- ] ments of otlier woken and vice versa,
ed that the anarchists intend to atcrm   "       ™
the prison wliere Prince Kraputkini is
cun lined.   Troops und polico are stationed iu a neighboring  prison and
other precautions are taken.
pAiii.i, Jan. 23. —President Grovy
hnn aecL-pted tho resignation of the
mill I nion* It is reported that Defray
and Wilson will form the new cabinet.
Engine told a reporter sho had neither
sewn nm* written iu Prince Napoleon
nor niicmpled to dl> so. Shu had communication with tho French Government and there was no hint that her
departure was necessary. She returned to London, having nceuiuplislied
tho object of her journey which was
simply one of family and sympathy
wiih the Princess Mathilda.
Eni.visuHoii, Jan. 28,—Sir A.-T.
Call, tho High Coiuiiiissioiier fm* Canada, referring to tho relations of Uritish Colonies to the Umpire, said it wan
doubtful whether, as the Colonies increased in natural power, they tvoilld
continue to be Satisfied with their pres-
tint position of representation. He
said it was neither iicct'spury nor de-
Mirable. Ho suggested the possibility
of cementing the whole empire by a
scheme of imperial federation.
WASHINGTON', Jan. 27.—The Marquis of Borne his been dining with
Ihe President, ami attending the sessions of the House of Representatives.
It is feared that as one of thu results
of the construction of thu Pmianin
canal by DoJjHSSepS the United Slates
may be Involved iu a war with France
wil bin a few months.
Nkw York, Jan. 28.— The Trihune\i
cable says;—Accounts from Leanies
all represent Gladstone as rapidly regaining health,
PaMB, Jan. 2fl.--The Prince of
Wales arrived at Canoes Mc-oguitq,
Ho is there for his health. Jules
Eeny hns doelidod to undertake the
f-irneitioii of a new cabinet, It bus
been detailed, therefore, to revert to
a combination of ministers under tho
presidency ot I-'alliereo.
SLEIGHS for SALE
APPLY TO.
W.  R.   LEWlS,
New West minster, B, C.
BOY WANTED,
N INTELLIfil-NT At*J* STEADY
.   Hoy wnnietl to lemii tile Pi-intinc
'-(is'ncsa.   Must be   »!>!<■ to reiul ami
"frit*   Apply at        THIS OFFICE.
nol8
W. ELSON,
MERCHANT TAILOR
NEW WESTMINSTER, CC.
New Fall Goods!
m FILL FASHIONS
Over-Coatings and Fine
Tweeds!
The Largest Stoclt of TnlloriiiR
Mati'i'lal In the Province.
erGOOD    FIT   GUARANTEED.ia
Terra, Ntriell, ea.li.
oo28 W.   ELSON.
GSrmsjkn?
CLIltildt
Tin*- is Ht'.LiAin,K.~-R. N. Wheeler,
Merchant, of Hvertoij. wns cured of a
revere nttnekof Inflammation of Ihclumtf
''.V Hagyard's Pectoral Balsam. This
great throat and lung healer omys weak
lungs, emijdis, lioai-sencss, bronchitis, ir.nl
nil PoctoiSlcbirtplaiuta.
.    Dkstistky.—Having arrived from tho
buttles of Burdock'Ulood ; interior, ftr.JVulsh cun now bo onsult-
WANTED liYtMEEIATELY:
TjlOUR OR FIVE GOOD SEWEKS
\* for the Dreas*making Department
of the Loudon House.
Apply to      JAS. ELLARD &C0.,
Jnyao
New Westminster.
tm nn tq ®mnn.
Unlor'is nil  Ih- cli:pt:Bl nvcntieji (tfthi
Bowols, KU'in'i1.-; sir.d Wvor. carrying
iff [»rmiunlly lyiUHrui wtT-lietllnj; the system,
i'i 0v. IrapuHtlw Ami ("ail hutt'Ors of th,
cor lions; ai the s.-mc time Conectinj
Hcld-ly cf tho EioniBch, curing 8U6
:,i'.nsaa,Dyspi.'i)-i:.v, He8a!W)h08,.Dlt>
■mess, Jlcartijui-a, Caistipation,
DrySass of tho Skin, Dropsy. Dim-
itass of Vision.^nindics. Salt Rheum,
[iryslsolRS, "Irrofiila. fluttering oi
tvt Hijai-t, JToi'TOiisaosa ami Clonoral
l''*h'l:t-,r! Itll ihene nn'l nnny other sim'l.
Iir ■'ivi.p'vivu ,•!.>) I („ ii,r hinpv influence
WBtTRpOOK VJ 001* l"i;ivTBRS,
IJ-tiipio Boltlcs lOe!Re;tilarslzo$1. J «*'W 'o.
NEW STORE.
Columbia st., opposite Hyack Hall.
MRS. HARPER BEGS TO INFORM
hor frietirla and the pnhlic generally thnt she hns npencil out li Btooic of
Groceries, Crockery,
-PA-KTO-S- CrOOrXQ,
Toys, Candies & Fruit
and she hopes to secure a share of pnhlic
patronage,   A trial solicited.
" Small Profits nnd Quick Returns."
E.   ELLIOTT
HAS COMMENCED HUSISKSS IN
Mr. l*enne'e Sti.rc, next tn Trapp
"Srothcrs, nml Iran on hnnil a large consignment of
ENGLISH    CUTLERY,    ELECTROPLATED TEA  SETS,    BREAKFAST CRUETS, TEA TRAYS,
SAUCEPANS, KETTLES,
kc, kc
A good stock of   CROCKERY nml
EARTHENWARE shortly oxpected.
. Call and inspect. ,lo0m3
.For nale hy all tie
fijIllBfes it ;o.,'l':opi
Scs-y., Torili.'lr
HOY & FRY,
Contractors and Builders!
-|}LANS   AND   ■ SPECIFICATIONS
J. , furnished.   Jobbing of   all kinds
fT SHOP — Columbia  Street,   Nw
AVcstmiustor, B. C. jnylO
WILL SELL FOR THE
NEXT 30 DAYS!
THE   REMAINDER  OF   THEIR
LARGE AND WELL ASSORT-
ED   STOCK OF
FALL & WINTER
GOODS
CLOTHING, AC.
AT COST PEIOE POR DASH
So as lo make room for lhe
liii'cc Slock now on Iho
flay for (lis spring.
Call   and  eMmine.'
(jnj-20)' ©ur rgtoru.
THE MINISTER'S SOW.
CHAPTER XX.
HOME   WITH   HONOHS.
Yeara after he saw n^ain tho locket
that he had Bent hnuie, und only then
he knew thnt it contained a miniature
of Muriel, sorely defaced and faded,
and a lock of her soft fair hair.
Many days olnpsud before he could
shake oil' the painful impression tlmt
had beeu made upon him hy hfo vfoit
to that Btricken field; nnd fever seizing
upon hiin, lie was soon laid r,-- eom-
plelely, aud in his delirium tvoulH cry
out that Muriel was in danger, nnd
would struggle till his strength was
worn out. Miserably weak ho was
when thu fever was subdued, and having boon twice woundod besides, ho
was despatched on sick leavo for a
year to England.
He started as soon aa he was able to
travel, though the movement of the
litter in whieh ho wus carried, amid
the dust and heat, almost brought on a
'relapse. By-and-ljy however, when
1i» reached tho -railway, he suffered
leBs, and journey «il on by easy stages
down country toward Bombay.
Having arrived at Allahabad, whero
he was to pass a night or two, he was
sitting wearily in tho veranda of tho
hotel, when a buggy wns driven up to
the door, nud a gentleman alighted
whom lie had often seen at Hubbleporo, and whose wife had been ono of
the ladies chiefly instrumental in securing his election into the theatrical
club. He could not at first see if it
wore sho who sat back in the buggy
loosely holding tho reins, and lie wus
both too shy and too tired to move.
Presently, however, impatient for hur
husband to return, she loaned forward
and caught Bight of the tired face in
the voranda. She gazed for a moment, uncertain of his identity, nnd
then tho old bright smilo lit up her
eyes, and Ronald, lifting his hat, ad-
vanod.
"Why, Mr. Bennett, I should hard
ly have known you; how ill you look!
Whore are you going 1 Why didn't
you como to my house ?"
"I'm going home on sick leave, Mrs.
Emerson, and had no idea you were
here. I only remain hero to-night
and to-morrow,"
"Then you'll come with me nt once.
Oh, how lucky I saw you! don't say
Mm!.' Tom, my dear, hero's Mr.
Bennett; of course lie must stay with
•us."
"Bloss my soul! of course ho must.
My dear fellow, let me congratulate
ymi, though, I miiBt say, you don't
look like being congratulated," said
•tho worthy man; nnd before many
minutes Ronald was established in the
DURUy lI1 -M-1** Emerson's place, and
was driven off to a comfortable bungalow, where for'the next forty-eight
hours hu was potted nnd fed ou dainty
food—very welcome to a campaigner—
and encourngud and cared for aa the
'sick are cared for by tho kindly
'cheery Englishwomen who mako
India their home.
It was a fresh and wonderful pleasure to him, for it was not only a
great relief to be onco move in a com*-
'fortablo house, and in the society of a
-'charming woman, but it was also the
first occasion ou which ho had an op-
{mrtpnity of enjoying the results of
lis promotion. It made him realize
more vividly that he had not only
undergone a complete social rehabilitation, but that if he cured, aa he undoubtedly did, he might now he intimate in circles to whicli, had he been
•a Scotch country minister, ho could
•never havo expected to attain. Sumo-
thing of the old glow lilk-d Ilia veins us
he felt that his life might yot be fuller
of stir nud interest thau he had ever
dared to hopo during the long yours
that ho had passed in the ranks.
The Emersons did not neglect to
"provide hiin with creature comforts
when ho left; for an Indian hostess
fulfils to the letter the advice to Bpeed
the parting as well aa to welcome tho
coming guest; and as he passad by the
gloomy fort and across tire muddy
river, ho looked back at the distant
cantonments, nnd reflected that his
short stay there had been a better
tonic than nny of which he had partaken at tho doctor's hands.
Ho hurried on as rapidly as he could
to Bombay, impatient for the day
when ho should again hroatho Scottish
air; and it was with a feeling ot relief
that he found himself once more on
board a trooper, the s.iuic, as it happened, that had brought him out hut
a few years ago, when he was only a
corporal, and looked forward to the
rank of color-sergeant as almost the
ultimatum of his ambition. Tt was a
pleasantly changed position for hiin
now; and very thoroughly did Im appreciate his sliuro of a cabin, which,
dark nnd hot as it waa, wus a Comfort*
ablo place when compared with tho
suffocating troop-deck where he had
passed many a restless night. Ho had
arranged his possessions, rend the
names of Ilia companions on the door-
aud wan going up to thu deck, when
lie found himself face to face with Captain Badger.
"I did not know you were going
home," said ho, iu surprise,
"Didn't you ? 1 left aftor you, and
nnd I arrived this morning. I'm going to command the depot. Suppose
you'll be sent (hero when your leave's
out."
"Supposo I shall,,! said Ronald, regretting Badger's presence, and still
more the prospect of serving under
him.
"You come from thu neighborhood
of Inverallan, I think j" said the latter to him one night, as lhey lounged
on the duck.
"Yes."
"Ah! Know the Hardwickes at
Broomieknowo V
"I have mot Mr. Hardwicke, and
■een his sister for a moment."
"Ah!   Nice placo,   Plenty of money thore.    Next-door neighbors of the
Fortieses'. 'Are they intimate I"
"Can't   say."
"Mrs.  Leslie might do wor-jo than
marry young Hardwicke V continued
Badger, glancing shrewdly at his companion.   "She's young and rich, and
grotty, and the places 'march,' as tho
cotch say."
"I suppose they do."
"Do what 1— oh, march; yos, of
course they do. Vou wouldn't approve
of tho mutch, oh I"
"Really, I never thought of it. Leslie hasn't been dead a, couple of months
yet," returned Ronald, in a tone of
disgust,
"That's no reason why Hardwicke
shouldn't keop his weather-eye open,
or any one—else—either/' returned
Badger, slowly, between tlio pulls of
his cigar. "I know the Hardwickes,
Wus rather sweet upon Laura once,
and mean to improve my opportunities. A neighborhood with two heiresses in it should bu attractive. I'm
sure you must agree with nie iu that."
'-■I've no doubt you found it so.''
"Aud so do you, of course—uncommon bad taste if you didn't. Oh, of
course you don't sag so. A friend of
the family, uud all that sort of thing;
sympathize with Mrs. Leslie, and so
forth. But I daro say yon and I'll
meet both at Inverallan and Brooui-
ioknowe, Fair field for both of us and
no favor, you know," aaid Badger,
with a wink; and Ronald, who could
havo struck him with pleasure, was
forced to oontoift himself with turning
on his heel in silence.
Somehow or another, tho impression
got abroad iu tliu ship that Ronald
was going homo with the intention of
marrying an heiress, and ouo or two
oven knew her namo. It was nn old
(lame—-a ipioor story—as good as a
novel; and when one of ■them hazarded
a dialling remark, and Ronald gavo
tho lio direct, and a row ensued, nobody believed his angry disclaimers;
they only thought that his annoyance
sprung from the truth of their assertions.
Unfortunately, tho depot of tho
Second wns just then quartered at
Stirling, aud Ronald felt that he would
be to a certain extent in Badger's
pmver. True, ho was on leavo, and
need never outer the castle; nor, if he
could possilily help it, should Badger
darken tho doors of the mnn.se. Still,
if ho put his threat into execution; and
managed to stay ut, Broomieknowe, it
would bo impossible altogether to avoid
hiin, That Muriel or her father would
ever tolerate his presence at lnveral-
hin, Ronald could not believe; for he
did not know the amount of self-snori-
lico that is sometimes claimed liy tho
customs of society.
In London Ronald put himself under tho guidance of one of his cabin
companions -—, a pleasant nnd kindly
fellow named Harris—and after getting
the necessary outfit, and presenting
himself at nhu of the duke's levees, he
prepared, with a glad heart, -foi' his
journey homo.
"Going down to-night-, Bennett'' So
ami; better travel together -llio limited, of course, from Euaton," said Bad
gur, meeting him with his friend at
the dour of a tailors shop-
Ronald made some indistinct reply,
and when he and Harris had passed
ou, inquired how he could avoid the
unwelcome proposal.
"I was going from Boston, hul I
won't now. What's the othor lino-
King's Cross, isn't it?''
"Yes; 8.30 will suit you very well.
I'm going by thai myself on Thursday,
That's not a nice fellow, I ahould
think,' Hiiid thu other, with a gesture
in Badger's direction,
- "I dotest hiin," snid Ronald, abruptly.
"I can fancy lhat. He talked u good
deal about yuu on  board ship—you
nnd it lady; it wna nil lies, 1 suppose,"
"Every word of it; I cun safely say
that."
"I guessed as much, Do you know,
I think it's a pity duelling isn't allowed
.sometimes. Nothing else will stop
some fellows' tongues."
^Duelling's too dignified for that
kind of rascal. I think it should ho
allowable to knock a liar down," said
Ronald, smiling.
"My dear fellow, you stand sis feet
iu your stockings, and that kind of
comb-it would suit ^on admirably; but
what should I do/ Now, with weapons I could face yon, if I wero the
object you wished to demolish,'1 said
his friend/who wus somo inches shorter; and as they talked and jested,
Badger and his sins were forgotten.
When Ronald got out, tired and
dusty, at the Stirling station next
morning, ho was greatly surprised to
soe Sir Duncan Forbes hastening up
lo him. The old .man seized him by
both bands, and grouted him us Uloiigh
ho had been one of his own kin.
''You are not going away anywhere,
I hopo, Sir Duncan," aaid Ronald,
when the first hurried words wen-
over; "it ia early for you to ho here."
"Doing away! My dear boy, 1 came
in to fetch you. You don't suppose
you aro to bo allowed to slip in at tho
back dour quietly, do you I Tho whole
village :s on the lookout for you.
Thore—you needn't look so bewildered;
cuino nlong to the carriage."
"But my luggage," began Ronald.
"All right, sir; it's iu tho lnvernllen
cart, sir; very glad to seo you home,
air," snid a porter whose faco had long
been familiar nn that platform,
'•Thank you,'' Haul Ronald, more
and moro surprised; and lie let Sir
Duncan lend him oil'to where the open
carriage and well-known gray hui-ses
wero waiting, and was dimly aware
that more than one cup was touched
to him, nnd that iu fact his return was
observed by many eyoB. But he did
not know that lhe wo*t coast train was
in, and that Capluin Badger, drinking
a Imindy-and-soda in tbo refreshment-
room, had also been a spectator of his
welcome.
While they drove rapidly homeward,
Sir Duncan, talked of lhe various
changus time hud wrought in the
neighborhood, told bim bow bravely
his mothor had borne herself during
thu war, and with what, pride she was
awaiting his return, and how joyfully
tho Gazette containing his name hnd
been read in Iho village.
As they swept round the lost comer
and along the straight half milo below
tho beeches, Ronald remembered vividly the day on which ho had walked
there for the lirst time in tho uniform
nn which even old Jamie Pateraon hud
looked askance lie remembered tho
sense of failure, the regrets that had
clung about him, and thu dogged resolve that had seemed to be his only
hope.
(To liiiOnntlniicil,)
T. It PEABSOU & CO.,
—iMPOllTJSItS AND DfiAIiEllS IN'—
Books & Stationery,
ffMCT GOODS,
Pianos, Organs & music,
South Sideoi*'Coi.u.mma St.,
New    Westminster   B.  C.
Tho largest and besfc-solectofl stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of British Columbia,
eompi'istna History j Poetry, Biography,
Science, (notion, and General Literature,
A full stock of tho Seiwldo Library just
received, including the latest numbers.
New Westminster District Maps for
sale ut'!'. It. Pearson it Co.'s nml VV, JI.
Keary's aud oltieo of Woods k 'Intnet,
allowing Railway bine and all surveys up
to June, 1882.   Price, $1.Mo, *
School Books.
All the authorized hooks for Public and
High Schools. Also, School Requisites
in great variety —Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-ilooks, Drawing materials, etc.
Blank   Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct*
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shapes ami qualities.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very eoinplete, and
as the goods havo been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most, favorable
terms, prices will compm-o favorably with
those of nny other establishment in toe
Province. Foi.l--.-io Papers, Letter Ri\\\-
ora, Note Papers. Bill Heads,-Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, and other Papers. Koine beautiful
designs in Paney -Note Papera from London and Paris. An Immense at iok of Envelopes of all styles, colors und prices.
Fancy Goods.
A very large vuriety of Fancy Goods al
ways on hnnd, to which additions nre being constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A very large nnd complete stoek of miscellaneous articles sueh aa nre usually
found in a stationery establishment.
Sjieetiiolos, Bye-Glnsscs,
Piny Ing C arils, VisHhtg Cnvrt**,
Builmibfi Cnvtls, Card liiuml-
Cm*-1 Cum*:*,  Vases, Gamei*,
Ink" nf nil klniltf-
Inlctitamla—p'ahi nutl faiuy,
Photo   Alliums, Pic iti-t-s,
A itl ogi-n jtli   AI hums,   Toys,
Scrap IJonks, Ptu'svs,
Writing D -stc*, Grilrf Pratt,
i.iuii*.-,' Work iiu-.ii.--t-*.
Genfli mon'** Dlt*fining OaBcs,
Splints, Velvot FruniUH, &■*., ifcc.
Pianos & Organs.
HavuigTnndell'nunmlly "aYorablo arrange
menu with Borne of tlio leading Piatt
Kuitas in   Boston, New  York;   Haiti I
more* anil elsowltore, Wfl aro able to offer u
FIBST-OLASS PIANO
at Utile more tlian has horetofbro boon
asked braveryinferior luatt ssnt.    Wc
havo tin- cm lusivo agency in this l'rovinoo
for tlio line I'lanos manufactured by floury F. Milta-, of Boston. A number of
these Pianos, imported by nr., are now i-i
thia city, and they are undoubtedly'the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PUICE
gver hivught into this country, We arc
also agent* fot tho Knabo Pianos, lhe
Sleiuway, tho W< her, the Decker, and
others, nny one of will ill we enn supply on
the most favorable terms.    Wo nre agents
In this province for the Dominion Organ
l'o's.OrgftiiH(ofBowmanvillo, Ont.), and
IV, Hell & Co% Orgum {of (iuelpli,
Out.), and tho leading American Organs.
Persons Intending to Purchase
a Piano or Organ of any kind, Canadian,
American or European, will find it to their
advantage to communicate with us.
Sheet Music.
Tho largest assortment nt Vocal nud Instrumental Muslo to be fuiniil anywharo
on tho Mainland. Solos, daots, bita,
gunrtottei, choruses, both sooulni- anil
sacred. A One collection of tho very host
I'iano Solos, carefully sojooted by somoof
tho host pinni its in the cost. 8hoot music
sold at Now York prices.
Music  Books.
Always on hand, a goofl assortment of
Instruction Books for Piano, Organ, Violin, etc. The new mid enlarged edition
of l-viohardhon's Piano Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music books,
both vocal and instrumental. Muuie nol
hi stock will he ordered promptly.
Insurance.
We nre agents for the North Battisii
AND MKHCANTILB  iflJUJ  ISStJllAKOK Co.J
Capital, 510,000.000 ; Losses pald,'$2-V
OOU,000; Abo, the Co.\Ti:m;KATtoN Lin
Association, Offering ihe lowest rates on
the host security of any company doing
business iu Canada-
T, R. PEARSON & CO,,
Oulutnl'itiBt. (botweun 0. 0, M-joT-ti iiiitl -Tn-noi
a Ciiiinliiglinin'n),
Now Westminster, B. 0.
J. LR. HOSSER,
Cxeneral Coimisslon Agent,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. DL
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(N'KAlt DRILL SHE])).
RE6IDENCI* — AOHEG    STREET.
'MM E, GORBQULD,"
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent
—ASH—
Auctioneer j
COLUMBIA ^TaEET,
S I' W   W K S T JI I N H T !•; I!
itarSeveral b°mI Farms for Sale nud to
Lease. nolo
TuiEyHTOr&cu
IVIE R C H A N T S,
wiiAiii' si-beet, ■ ynvtoiiiA.
-sVO-Sl-TTS   ?6b
Norll* Brills!* ami Moi'iianlili;
Insurance Vb. for Maiulund.
H.C. BEETON &. CO.,
tO Fiiislmvy Clronn,
London, 13. C.
Eycry Jinn to his out, Business
PRACTICAL
CHEaSIST&D'fi'UGGI'ST,
COL UMB'|A   STREET
(Ol'P. 001.0SIAL Hcrrixi,
NEW  WBSTj'nNSTER,  li. 0.
I'hyilfliim' P'j-Mwlnilotw iind Kurn-
ilj ili-i'iiics :i Specially.
N. 11. -Only*Genuine Drags used.
Over twenty voar-s' oxirci-ionoe.    mrfll
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
RKSiS,  IIE1ITS,  &{}.,  CO.j„K0TE»,
Loans NYiKotiuterl,  nnd  n  Geneinl
Agoiiov Bnsii ess tmuaiiotal.
AflESTS   FOB THI".
'''lonlx Fire liisin'iinf.<! Ci)np:iiij- of
Brooklyn, and the
noultnhld tilt* Assurance  Boolely
or Die United Btutcs.
COI,(!.,{EttA   BTIIKI-T,
NKW  WESTSm-STEE,   IS. 0.
I'. 0. Box 40.
established; in 1352.
L. ie r»on*b.li 0
KT 33 -Vff- IS"? A2»S BS*.
ADVERTISING
II ia- he j^ca fitr^ "Su7
Rooms 20 and 21, HerclinirtB' Ex-
cliaii!!i',l.'iillfori!liiKI.,S. C.t'iil.
\T I1.-AUVEIIT1SIKC SOl.KIITEI)
iX .    fir ..II ,iee,.|ei|,ere toi!.11-.t..-.I ■■:, Ilie I Ifie
Oiii.t, tlie.■-.H,.lvvlrl, 1-1 n.i., !'-:viie.i:i. Me.xl	
I'eru,  I'liiiiuii'i, Veiiiirrtl li! Olllne,  Nee
ell   mlverlller,   nr,'
lirinK ImslnelBl 'H.
. k,|it on tilen[ the
NOTICE.
\T0TICE W HEREBY (IIVKN, tlmt
IS no llcntion will !»• made to lite
Leg! laflvoAr omblyol BrltiahColmnWo
al 'uni ■ ion, tor n Hill to amend
"An Aot granting to John Adair, Junr,
and .lot-cpu Hunter the light to oroot it
damal the outlet of tlio Queanello l.ekv,
ami to mine tho bod of tho South Fodt
River amlpthev Ltmils"; nml for an Act
to incol-norato a Company to carry out
tlie jiriivisioiiM of tlie niiid Act.       noLS
NOTICE
Jti HBIIKBY lilVKX THAT APPM-
i cnHon v.iil lie ihikK' nt tlio next bos*
oionoftho LeglslHtivc Assembly of tho
Province of lirltisli Columbia lor nn Act
to ameml thu 'Siinms Dyking Aot, 1878,'
and dinwulina Acta, anil tdjiostpDiie, ami
appoint it ilolniito time for, the payment
of the assessments inado payitblo iindoi'
the original Act,
0. R. SWORD.
Victoria, 28tUDed;i 1882, ittO
AYR^HIRf1   Rill Kl
min-: ijndkk.si(3NI':d iiah for
X sale on reasoiiable towns u few half-
lircil Ayrahiro yearling Bulls, aired by tho
Thoroughbred Ayrshire Bull
in* xi --:j 3" 33 3es. x sir,
Tlio ditma being bhoiofl  dairy cows.
A. 8. V2CDDSB,
jell Hnnins,
■mm
BROTHERS,
tl
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS  IN—
GROCERIES
PHOtlSIOlS,
WHAKF STREET.
OTPTftPTA   Tl ^
vlvIUHlil, Jo. u,
'invtitg citiililtnlieil BtisinosH iu thcaliovo
Li'i'ics ai«d by
Bill? mpoMtiohs
—-ruo.\i —
European & Eastern Markets
We aro prepared to [ill orders to the
Tmdo in the following Goods:
mu a a
L-KAH
COFFEES,
iiiS,
T0BAG03S,
m
m,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
Cfiiidlw, Rice, Sjriip, Clicesc,
Drlsilt'riiils, Camied Goods,
Vlu'egiiri Baklifg Powder,
iap,
Goal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
a-!*!
ftR06M3i
nm,
PAPER BASS,
And »U otlisr Goods in ths (I rot-cry nnd
Provision Line,
SPECIAL ATTENTION
U colled to tbo nndonmtud floods, on
whioh Iho most LIIIKRAL tNDUOE-
MENT8 will bo ofl'orod to thu
Trade, as wo nr«
SOLE
Agents for Britisli C olumliia
fiOO:! AS f.OMl R\KIXf. PIIWIJ1.R
The Best ami Cheapest.
SOUi AGENTS FOU
Eastern Light Coal Oil
A^GTEG SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
lluing   tho  Largoitt Sizo and Rest
Tobacco.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
--AT THE—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
rivf- llS3~E3i0gaS5i5! -3
NEW    SCHEDULE
—or—
tWA.Ca*E3IS
—FOR—   ..
WHITE  LABOR
—OX  THE—
Canadian Facie Railway
—IN—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers  $125 00 por month.
Rock Foremen... .$3 00 tn 8*1 00 $ day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to 3 00    "
Bridge Foremen., 3 00 "■
Bridgo Carpenters,
1st class  2 50 "
Brirf en Carpenters,
2nd class..,  2 00 "
Masons 2 50 to 3 50    "
Blacksmiths,    1st
class  3 00 <•
Blncksmiths,   2nd
class  2 50 . "
Blacksmith  Helpers   1 50 to 2 00    "
Drillers   I 75 to 2 00    "
Laborers   1 50 to I 75     "
Rowers, Istclnss   3 50 "
Choppers, 1st class 2 50 "
Scorers, 1st class    2 50 i^.^1
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Ciiriientors to furnish thoir own
Chest Tools.
A)l F-mpjpyeos to (ind themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will  bo convenient
along the Lino.   Board—-§4 per week.
It, will not be compulsory for Kmploy-
ees to board in the Company's Houses.
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
I Oth of each mouth.
A.  0UDERD0NK,
General Manager,
Office of the Contractors,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1, 1881.
THK
SAN F8AKCISGG BULLETIN
—THE—
Loading Evening; Newspapor
Wost of Kooky Mountains.
BT IS TIIE RUCOGSVIZKD AUTIIO.
rlly lit Cimifltwlnl nii.l  l*tiiiuicliil Clrcli'*,
mill tlio bust l-'iii.lily Jimrnnl initliu raiiilcriM-l.
Borvoil li.v r'urlrm In Sun Frnnrincn
iiimIiIm* I owns of llio iiildiinr ut 43 G. [inr *■*>■■'.■
Ily mull, iioslaj-a |nilil Slid |Wyom*.
THE WEEKLY BULLJETIN
Is u tmniimnlli t\viilvii.*inuii Jotirnut, uml In firo*
■i'ii II.hi In itn si/.n llioeli-.<ii|ic8l |m|ii>rln thci-miiiti-y
SlfBSCRII'TIOX  RATES.
Tlio U'ce   iy ami lliu Frld«v Htil'rtlii,
(uiiiiliiL* lojiollinr llio must cniii|ilt'tu SciuU
Wcctly imbltslwd "ii Mn* hicm,' Ci-sisi. will
Iii) koiiI Iniuty uililrcnii, jinnt'i-je |>it(il, un tliu ful-
luwliij; tt'Nii*-:
fferkly ami Friday Bulletin.
On.' Yi-nr $!! (hi
Six Montli* .',    1 60
Week!) Bulletin Aloue.
One Yonr •■■ • *- m
Hx MontliH   1 'ii
nomlt'nncw liv "rnft, l-oslofflce Onler, Wells,
Kiir-mA Co'i Expioiu, mid lleglsti'ivd l.-L-ttiT, at
mir rink.
FREE SUED DISTRIBUTION.
Knell Niiliwriliee will lie iireeentfll Willi eevernl
neleile, er lime uml Vnlieilile TI1KK. VBIIH-
-I'Aiir.e: I e-i,invi:u pki:h.h il lu vuiuo m
tlie .ill) cv'lltlotl |>ri.:e ef the |inptT.
CiP'Scttil Ibr Siin,|>tflCopy, (jl,iiii;filll|iiirtlenlnrs.
A.IJiv...
S. F. BLrl.LKTI** I'OMPAXT,
BAM I'llANtllSCO.
Cellfcroln.
DR. LIEBIG, £
400 Kent*)- Street,
tin Fr.iucis-'o.C.il
CtDXTINUKD TO TRKAT "ic-
■ i'i'--fiill,v by lliuiH-i.-i.iili'i
—J l-Vrry fi>nii nf S*ilH'illl urOlirDlHc
LJ DInl'hh' wlilmnt Mi'iirmynr Nmi-
U riPfflw llnii!*. Dlt. LIKItlll'.-
££ INYIIMItATOII Uiii>.i-dllviMiml
Oln'iiiiJint-iil   i-nro   Tur    Si'inln-il
,     W&tknuu, Nol-vmig otut I'hynlcnl
r- lh'Mlltv,  1-wl   Mmil -I,   Vital
(/) ExhmiHlli'ii.uiid nil llio lunllilo
rwtilti ufiibiiipil iiniiirii, eicon*
i!,fY" v* 'Old yt'iiMifiil fxlllc*. 'lliu
Kf** llofftr will iiuii'ii In wrlliHK t«
(uribQ •1,000 Tur a cum-tlmt
in* iiiiili-i-inkt'., iiml tui I-i In euro,
Tlio ifiisiin Miiiii-iiiiiiIh nil! mt
H"l niri'il ur "v'liilii;-] \Vi*.ihni'*i*t
mul Iho aliovn iIImchhi-.i In >■« Ing
tn ii rijm-ill[*iitliiii i-nlli'-l I'i i ut ii-
Im rlii'ii. Hliicli iri|iiiri*i » -iii'i-iiil
roiiiiHiy, nu. Lii'iiua's  in-
QVIUilUATOH, Nn. 'X, It* n ?[<»-
q cillc Cill'O fm- I'rirttnt.iiTlii'ti.
3* I'rlcu nf t'ltlior Iiivijrurntor, t'i
C) jn'i-iMitili'. ni-iu«ttili'*i fin. Bout
*|* tn nny niliIri'Kii mi'itrely cuvorctl
wmp rrniiiulMciviitloii M'liiln.ilWi'iill-
iS nofHinul I'mftnlorrliuiulniln vl-
m\\ *"llt.v fi-niii tlm liudy mid emmo
2iininorimt* ilisviidu-i   (lint   imlllo
I'i'll.i'.r.v iik>it|i;ijl trailmi'iit.   IT
lllluWl'll til CHlltlllltO,l|lO lllllllltll-
ntl U'Fn iifiiH-tN tlio vilnl iiiiinns,
. wlid'li o ttl-HM (ii'Mti'iij i-ii* ilidrmtoa,
iii|itl"n, Dlnliott'fl, llrlglil'M DIkviirk, .tinin-
iika',lii*iriiitiv,i't(i. Kxci-sf-i***, Noii-ii-io, AtitiHO, 111-
liiTitiil Wi-iIiiiom, Miilitutikli.il, S]ilmtl nnd Colo-
liml C'Hii|il lulu 'nlin*un thu nbdvu rnt.il disi'iutm.
I.cliilily nml Homllllll WoilltllMI nlmtrtict tliu lill-
imrlmit mid uicni-s-iry ui-tn ul lift! mul their onjny-
tiioiitri. CifiosOiinnniit-o, Dlminioanf Mtudvnl*
tu-UHiinry Orgmm, Rldnoy, Livor mid UWiWorn
K|ii'clnlty , Tlm nm< y oi)in|iliiliitH und dln6.isi's<ir
wniiion H-icwllly rnri'ili ii'iiiHiiltnlEuti nt nffli'ii ox hy
li-tliT, rrni mn1 cimliiltintlnl. ilcniimiHilifo |iiirHi*»
m«i' iiiiYini'iii -. in tho * mn* niminor im thoy
>iii|d*-,r llnir rniiily jiliyxli'lnn. SlrlrtuM
nocrocty mnlntiiliKHl,
OMIil   DOTTLB   FUEn.
Ili-j-iibir Slim lliittlo of oillmr Invl^-i-mtnr Soul
Vrva lo hIiiiw tlm miiiiiU'iIuI proiiaritlM nf tho
tln-uto.it Invl-j-nrnlor Known to Mmloni fck.L'titl-'tB.
Mm" ayniHtntiiij iim, II married, fto.
QMetjsjHrm Hit. I,IKlllil h CO., No. W0
Ui'iiry ffri'i't, enrnor Miwoii, fiim FriinGtuco, Cnl.
I'l'lTiilOcnlriHict', 406 Mumm Slii'i*!.
QLHI.IFIKH AND It- SPIlNHIIllR —J)R, LIKHIO A
CO. Ol'Kiiiilxed >>i r<iiii|i|inncu .villi inlllornlii luw,
lll-jlnniii |'i riin-il liy rcuiilur colk-gu t*diicntlon,
IT yonr« -iptH'l-il I'riirilcx, nml duly licitiiml in nc-
cordmico witli Oiilifnfiiln Mnllnil W,        d»2
mid <
North British & Mercantile Insural)! Co'y.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
T, R, flrsonKo,, Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Resources or the (timpnny u at
31st December, 1881.
I. Subscribed Capital—
Paitl-up. £ 500,000  0   0
Uncalled  1,600,000  0  O
£2,000,000  0  O
II. Fh-e Fund—
Resorvo. £844,576 19 11
Premium Reserve, 310,561   7   0
BalancoofProHtand
Loss Accoiitlt.....   54,307   7   1
£1,218,495 14  0
III. Lifo Fund-
Aocumulaied
■   Fund  of   the
Life Branch. .£3,112,590  7   t
Accumulated
Fundol tho'AH-
uuityHi-anch..     305,515   3   4
&*,008,105 11   0
IV. Rovenno for the Year 1881—
Fire Branch —
Premiums and
.   Interest..,.,.£1,024,400 16 II
Life and Anniiuy
Branches -Premiums and Interest      478,825 14   3
jnl7
£1,503,288 11   2
HIE fillE.IT \HM REMEDY
IsaneTpr-fflHing
Curt* for NerT-
onsDeblllt.v.Ex-
linusled Vitality
of nny kind,
Weiikness, P«r-
.al.ysia, Prostn-
tiirrl>uen,nnd nil
Ilie terrible rf-
mm_mmmmmmKmmmtm_ll fi-tlsnljoiitliful
f-illii'H.ntid t'jfcopsrs lif irmturor years,
RR. MINTIK will new to forfeit
Fire Kiiiidr-i-d DoHam f»r n cusp of
Ihis hind the Vital RPStOratlTH (undor
lliu •••■■•nil! Hflvicc Hilt) trenirnont) will not
en it, nr (or unvthi* <; iipnure or injurious
round in It.* UK. MINT\K T-<Hts all DIs-
I'ftses siicccs**fully withmit mercury.
Consulliitlon freo.  Tiioroiiph pmmi-
lintHin nml nrivti-i>', $5*'00.  I'lli-e of Vital
Restorative, $3-00 a bottle, or fout
times the qiiritiiity, 510-00; sent tb Any
'iilrirofla upon rpi'eiptof pries. orO O. D,,
Bpoure from obsprviition, nnd in privntt
nnniu  if desired, by A. E. MINTIE,
Thoso who ninnot vteH DK. MINTIK
in Sun Frnnciiro ?lirmltl send it fall nnd
minnie Btittpment ot their troubles wiih
$2.1 -00, nnd in return a full course of
Medicine will be forwnrded, securely
pnuked, so hs not to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine Cii.0. t>. mnrt
he Accompanied with $1.0(1 '{ns. a cunr-
nntee of ->nnd fniih). whi-;h will be dt-
diu'ted wIimi Ihe pnehttfrf Is shipped.
SAMPLK BOTT1.R FRRE—Senr on
uppliciiMon hy teller suiing symptom*!,
sex and njre, Comtnunk'iitlons strictly
ponfidenttiil. jny31-ly
II Krarner Street, Hrna Fran^rxro. C«l.
dI"sp¥ney a co:s
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STUEET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
FA It. HPIWNRV, well known o's 'tne foTih.
UP tier»t tho M.mtroiil, fC. K.)Moilleal Innti>
Into, nml bU- Proprietor nr the Sl'ISXKYVIM.1
INFiltMARY, wonlil innit rcujiectfully Inform
hi.s ■i-iiiFiiin nml thr nfflictc'l -feni'iiiUy, t|i*t he
-lill COIitllillfcg to ii-nit I'hriiulc unil iiiirVoM dli-
oancn with iiii|ii.mUfli*il -mccvtM.
LADIES AND OSNTLBMBN.
COMB AICD BU HBALBO.
It mm tern nut wlmt your troiilile-i mny lit, com*
i:ii-1 ifl Iho hnpiiii* oxuintiie your ciwo It will
rout yon nothing Tur i-otiMil tui ion, nnplt'iuM call
nml HAtlafy .vnuro'lvoH wlmllior tlm Doctor Ultiler-
Ktunit-i yonr ciliw, If he nut euro yon lie will tell
yon inn If nut, Im will tell ydu Hint, for ho will
not iii-'Ih i-i)-.- a bnrt iimIi'hh lio In I'DiilMviit of of-
Hicthn-nmira, .„
I'iirtirs nt ii dl-itanro wiOihi:; trnilmfnt, hy
■•■.'■■■liii* .ji*. mul it mlnntf ilt'Hnlplton of their
Ir-iuLli-H will re.-i-iv* in rctiirti n foil cnurti* of
in-iitmnil M-nirrlv imrkfil so OH not to oxclte ctl-
iltmity,
Dlt. SI'IWKY will •.-iiiiiiitt'-' to forfeit Five
Hiimir-'l iiriiinr* lor i-twy ntito nf nny kimi or
dtitrntter whirh iii* nnrli-rt-ikt'-i unil (-tinti,. cure.
P. B.—For ttiimmiH et "hurt sundluth * fnll
awr*-* of iiifllrtiii'i, nufntituit fur a cur*;, with
nil ioitriirtlnnn, will ho aeitt to utty mlilreiS on
rocelptorllt.
Call or AiMi-wm
Dr. BPIKIfGT * CO.,
I>a8-ly      Nu. 11 Ki'ir.ic>.*il.,Hniill-iind*.c«i,Cal.
THE
mHE ONLY BLUE IN AVlilCH THE
JL cIiitht'H <'iiii iviniiiii for iitiy length
of time without specking or Htreiikmg—
thu bout uiticli! iu the market.
0.1). KNIGHT, Manufabturer,
Now Westminster,
Uritisli Columbia.
SW Iti enso of clotheH being loft out tn
the tain, can put Runie in Hluoover night
ami thuy will not bo sacked hr streaked.
. (nu'ttc)
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
NOTIOB IS HEREBY GIVEN,
tliat tho City Taxes for 1882 am
now duo tuul payable ut thd ollice of tho
City Clerk.
JAMES OfiK, C. M. C
Now West., July 25, 1882.
•y20
NOTICE.
AN IMPRESSION HArap OONR
iilnniul that I havo illnpoeoil of my
property nt Port Haney, I hereby state
that Bitch is not tho caso.
THOMAS HANEY,
att30to Port Hanoy, B.C.
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Newspaper on tho Mainland of Brit'
inli Columbia;  Only 13 a y*r,

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