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 THE BRITISH COLOMBIAN
 IB   POBHBI1EII—
Every Wednesday & Satin-day,
— n V —
D. ROBSON &. CO.
OFFICE, CPIUMBIA STMF.T. Immi TO EOI-
1BHIAI ADD ■IHIK1I DtMITMENTTHIOWH T. «.
Peui.M scos. BooiSSnnoiiuv Stohe.
TKMH-llv flte'll, fcuyenrt M to fee Ohio., t
$1 foe3 me,.; juivul'le Itl Ailvueee. Detivereil
liv Carrier er Aumit, II put qtmrter, imyul.le
quarterly to Carrier er Agent.
AOENTS
T. N. HlMU SCO.	
'Wm. Hamiiom ■
.VlOIOJIA.
 Yau.
I. P. FISHER AdvertMeg Aiieet, 21 Merchent'e
" xcletllge, Sun VrmiclKu, lanntUorl.etl to receive
AdTertMenientR for till. jm|ier.
THIS PAPER !,,yb?^!""
 „  i flln nt
„.„,.—    . ... ....   Ouo-  V,  Howell At'n.'s
X.-w-i-ia*,er AdvertlsitiK Iliiromi (111 S|mii'o St.),
where adv'irtialn-; contrncta may lie niadu for it In
NKW YORK.
Ilu ftvitish Columbian.
Aalunlity HNMtlNK, JMlir 13. IHHil.
Road Making.
It is quito imtnnil tlmt |*ople
. sliotild ask wliy tlio ii[i[n-o|)i'iatioiis
iniule itt thi* last NflSHioii of tlio pio
viiiciiil legist ii tutu «re not being
BjieHt. There is neu-1 enough everywhere for improvemuiitH, nnd the
estimutes contained remarkably liberal provision for roads and biidj-ps,
but none of these improvements are
going on. Tho reason, ur we stuted
briefly w short time ago, iH that the
government cannot avail tliem-
ftelvoa of the estimute-i until tho be
ginning of the fiscal year, which will
bo the tint of July. Thut fact is it
aufficient answer to those who blame
the government for unnecessary delay. The government cun not go
beyond the law. But the law is undoubtedly bad. Every person knows
thut road work should be done early
iu the season if it is to be done economically. The ground ia then in
good condition, more labor is available, and tin* work is very much
more -.imminent in its character.
It should he the aim of the government so to expend the provincial
revenues that pe.imaneiit residents
would reap the greatest possible, advantage frum the expenditure, lt*
road work were done between seed
time and harvest, large numbers of
farmers would be able to tako hold
of, tlm work in tlr:ir respective localities. Aud as' that is the best
time of tho year for doing permanent
road work, the advantage would uot
acctue to the settlers alone, but to
the whole pi evince. Harvesting
operations begin before the end of
June.' From that time till the rainy
fall season farmers are kept busy
with their own concerns, ami many
of them employ all the extra help
they can get, At tho same timo the
fisheries are in full operation, employing hundreds of men, and usually paying high Wages. It is manifestly absmd to throw large publio
works upon the market ut this particular time, when everybody is
busy, when wages rule high, und
when road work cannot possibly be
done either as cheaply or as well us
it could be done in the mouths of
May and June. The result of the
present system is that our provincial
works cost more, the money to a
great extent goes into the hands of
strangers who havo no permanent
interest in the couutiy,roads are filled
up with new material just before
the rainy season sets iu und necome
a muss of. mud and ruts which leaves
them practically very little better
for the expenditure. We hope the
present government will lose no time
in clmiiging all this. The law should
be ho amended that the sums placed
iu the estimates will become available just us soon us the house is prorogued. There would then be left
about three months after prorogation
during which preliminary arrangements could be made, ami road work
would heiji11 as soon as tha land he
came sutlicielitly dry mul (he farm
ers had completed their spring work.
In thin nay thousands of dollars
would be M-vcd to the eoill.trv every
yeai, our newly made roads would
be packed und beaten smooth and
solid during the summer months,
und the winter would Iiml them in
that condition in which they could
best insist tlm effects ot rain and
frost. It may not he easy to change
the lineal year, hut when suoh undoubted Advantages would result we
are sure the government and the
house will address themselves to the
task with energy and success.
The British Columbian.
volume ita
• NEW   WESTMINSTER, R ft, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1883.
NUMBER 50
Scientific $ttscdhmfi.
Dr. Liebenberg lias found that the
germination process of many plants requires the presence cf lime in tho soil,
and that the seedlings die without it.
There are iiouiu plants, however, which
freely germinate when it U not present. It is known that the cinchona
trees do not require lime, and it is
suggested that thu frequent failure in
Jamaica of tho seedlings may perhaps
be duo to the absence from tho soil of
some more essential ingredient.
Ferns, of which several thousand
species have been described, formed a
very important part of earth's vegetu-
tiou in early geological ages, as ia apparent from remains brought to light
iu tlie coal fluids. They now grow all
over the world, but especially iu the
warm and moist climates. Iu the Antilles they comprise about one-tenth of
tlie vegetation; iu Oeeanica, one-fourth
or one-fifth; iu St, Helena, oue-third;
iu Juan Fernandez, ono-half; and In
England, one-thirty-fifth.
In Ireland the leaves of the common
mullein (Verbasenni thapsm) are popularly supposed to bo useful in canes nl
consumption, and Dr. F. J. B. Quin-
lun'B observations lead him to conclude
that they really tend to increase the
weight of persons suffering from tho
disease iu its early stages, whilo they
greatly relieve phthisical cough. The
remedy is administered by boiling the
leaves iu milk—iu the proportion of a
pint of milk to an ounce of dried leaves
or a corresponding quantity of fresh
ones-and giving hoi.
A man is "dead drunk," according
to savants of the Paris Biological Society, when tho fluid which circulates
in his arteries and veins contains one
part of alcohol to one hundred and
ninety-five parts of blood. Should tbe
proportion become ono part of alcohol
to ono hundred of blood, death must
ensue. In ordinary cases the drinker
loses consciousness before so great a
proportion of alcohol has entered the
circulation, but the fatal dose is sometimes taken when a large quantity of
alcoholic liquor is swallowed quickly,
By a new method of application,
Mons. Bert has safely used protoxide
of nitrogen—or ,,Juuglmi(?' gas"—to obtain prolonged anaesthesia, a dbg having been kept insensible for half au
hour. Mens. Bert's plan in to cause
anaesthesia first with tho pure protoxide; then to givo a mixture of tbe
protoxide and oxygon, which restores
to the "blond its necessary oxygen; and
then to apply tho pure protoxide again.
In this way both return to consciousness and danger of asphyxia are obviated. A mask and two rubher bags
are all the apparatus needed.
Mr. S. A. Stewart discovered last
year that the common frog is unknown
In the islatid of Rathlln, threo miles
from the coast of County Antrim, Ireland, although very abundant ou the
mainland. Frogs are supposed to be
pretty well distributed throughout the
globe, but Mr. H, W. Lett cites evidence proving that they wore not
known in Ireland until about two hundred years ago, when Dr. Guithcrs, a
fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, introduced some frog's spawn from England. Even in the middle of the last.
century frogs wero exhibited as curiosities in the north of Ireland.
During the four months of August
to November last temperature records
were kept at Markka, iu the Siberian
province of Yakutsk, by Mons. Pavlolf,
an exile. His report shows that winter
approaches with groat rapidity iu those
latitudes. On August t thu thermometer 1*060 at one o'clock p.m. to about
88 degrees Fahrenheit, and reached
57 tu 08 decrees during the second
half of tbe month. The first frosts
came in September, and in the first
days of October thu thermometer sank
at seven a.m.—as low us from 14 do-
fjrees above zero to fuur below; and as
ow as 22 tu 30—und even 38—degrees
below zero during the second half of
"the month, Iu November the temperature did not rise higher than 24
degrees below zero, und occasionally
sank to o5 and 58 below.
In the treatment of persons apparently dead from drowning or chloroforming tho placing of the body is
one uf the first considerations. Various positions have beeu advocated by
modieal men, suoh as those of resting
horizontally on thu face, on the side,,
on the back, alternately prone and supine, inverted, sitting up, bent forward
and bent backward. Dr. Eben Watson, of the Glasgow Royal Infirmary,
has lately objeeted to tho plan of inversion, -tui he finds it to be injurious,
and recommends a supine and horizontal position. Dr. Henry It. Silvester,
of London, has mndo some experiments
which appear tn tench that inverting
the body has no advantages to ntt'sut
its dangers; but he contends[from thu
results of bis experience lhat the nnmt
suitable pimitioii is that of rccliuiiiif mi
the back, tbe body inclining a little
from the feet upward, the shoulders
and head slightly raised and supported
on a firm cushion. This position, ho
says, is favorable for the relief of congestion of tho heart and head, while
both sides of the chest are freo to expand, and sueh conditions afford the
best chance of rcatotalhm from apparent death.
DBS. MGINNES & MATHERS.
(Ullee, Columbia HI., i>|i|i. the Postoftloo
OPEN DAY & NIGHT.
0R8. WELSH & HENDERSON,
DENTISTS.    Office over D. S.
Curtis & Co.'s drug store, next
Colonial Hotel, New Westminster.
myi6-tc.
J. fl. R. HOMER,
turn--«»--■,
FRONT STREET.
flORDON E. CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Mops and Drawing Paper Mounted,
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly ond cheaply Bound.
Government Street. Victoria. IU\
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKK STKKKT, . VIOTOKU.
-A-GKEINTS   3POE
North British and Men untile
Insurance -To. Tor Mainland.
H.C. BEETON «fc CO.,
'AO Kinsbury Circus,
London, E. C.
When a New York opium joint was
raided on Friday Ah bam, a smiling
iunnceiit-hiokiiijj Celestial from Hobo-
ken, panned out a lmrmleii-lmikinu
dried lemon, A ulnae examination revealed a cleverly made Dap iu thu rind
at one end, The pulp had been removed, uud the skiii was tilled with
opium.
Sweden has contributed more than
$1,500 fur the memorial nf Charles
Darwin iu England. This is the largest sum contributed by any foreign
country. _
The single eyeglass is worn by the
dude.   The theory is that he ean tea
with one eye much more than ho ran
, comprehend. NeivOileleansI'icniinne.
College mostly makes people like
bladders, just good for nothing but t1
hold tht* stuff m ti poured into them,
Brains- In lhe Brute Creation.
Caleb Cope's cow, iu Chester Comity, Pa., haa adopted two young lambs.
A story comes from New England
of a mouse which waa hu alarmed by u
gentleman's singing that it run up to
his shoulder and sat motionless for a
few moments until the singing was
finished, then trembled violently, fell
to the floor, and died,
A dove camo upon the promised of a
farmer of Ameshury, Mass., about two
years ngo and associated itself with the
barnyard fowl, uBBuming their habits,
roaming with them through the day
and roosting with them at night.
When the fowl are confined the dove
remains in their inch-sure, although it
might oaally Ily away.
A monkey was given a lump of su*
gar inside of a closed bottle. It worried itself sick trying tu got ut tho
sugar. Fits of the most ludicrous
melancholy nlternatuu with spasms of
delight, as a new idea suggested itself,
followed hy a fresh series of experiments. Nothing availed until onu day
a jar of olives fell from the table with
a crash. The result was noticed by
the monkey, who instantly hurled his
bottle to the iluor, and was soon iu
possession of the lump of sugar.—•Situ,
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEY A'NOER,
Land and General Agent.
—AND—    '*
AUCTION ETCH !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
tOpp. Otrfi-ilFui Hotel)
NKW   WE8TM IN8TKU.
iwSeveial good Farms for Sale and to
Lease, nolo
W. 6. FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE,
-AMI—
GENERAL AGENT
Rent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent fur (he TKAVEUKBS' Mi'K
nml ACCIDENT msilUAXCK CO.,
Hartford, Conn. -
OFFICE: — Columbia  Street.,   Now
Westminster. ileH
PIANOS, ORGANS.
MUSICAL "iItMEBTS
OF EVERY  DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Asssnrtinent; from 825 to 800,
BAGNALL & CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE.
liOYKUNMKNT STKEET, VICTORIA.
J. BAGNALL,
l'lASOI'OKTBeiOilOASTOSKllelUKI'AlBlill
NEW SPRING GOODS
 AT THK	
CASH TAILOR'S.
MERCHANT TAILOR
Lytton Square, New Westminster.
Broadcloths and tine tweeds always on
hand.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
try His $25 Suit.
 jipas-tc. _
BOOTS and SHOES
PlIOM
HEATHORN'S
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PRICES.
R THOMAS,
Shop under the how Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbla at., New Westminster,
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEEB,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICrOHIA,  • URITISH COLUMBIA.
s-fi' Liberal advances made on Conpign-
moats.
To facilitate the sttlu of Real Katatc, I
Ituve complete maps of Victorin, Esqui-
nu.lt, Now Westminster and the Districts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling their
Stock, Stock hi trade, or Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, cun find a Cash Buyer hy calling
ou the above. Ollice of the British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
©niw of HiirlMir Hu-tlrr and Vert War-
-lrn. felO
NOTICE
ciOAynE>Jk.2Zir
(LIMITED),
Carrying H, M. Mails and
B. G. Express,
LEAVE  IRVINO'S  WHARF   *
FOR VICTORIA:
Wednesdays ami Saturdays ut 7 n.m.
FOR YALE* WAY PORTS:
Wednesdays mid Saturdays at 7a.m.
For Freight or Passage apply »t the
Ollice.
THOS. L. BRMGB,
aplltc .       Agent.
ROYAL CITY
PUIS IU 0,
I.XUITBD
HAVE ON HAND AND AEE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
— AJ.l. I'KSOIUraOr/S OK—
& Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Boors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Pinning, SctoII-SiiwIiik, Turning, Shaping,
Ami all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with tho
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH   CASES  A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDKY,
Manager.
Every Man to his own Business
practical
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OW. COLONIAL IIOTKI.),
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Pbyslclaiis' Prescription!) and Finally Recipes a Special!)'.
N.  11. — Only Gemtino Drags used.
Over twenty years' experience.    mr'-'S
* SAWS -
v4   1     AN" '• <     >
A,/'   K,N0S*^O
'I fHA'*^
■■ALSO"
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Belting, Packing, Hose, ke„ &c„ &c
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
IS? FASHIONABLE 1\ Till; W\,
Om>nnite tliu P-nnk, Colmiilila street.
Now wtutniliiBter, 11. 0,      tiny2tl-t<j.
Ijotice.
ALL 1'KRflONK WHO HAVK ANY
clainiH ngniiiut the Finn of ADAIR
k COMPANY, Klih Cannera, Fnwer
River, are i-cqitcstoil to forward tlio same
at otitic to their Solicitors,
MtUKftS. DAVIE k POOLKY,
tangley Streot, Victoria.
I Dated ,,rd March, 1883, nih7
FURNITUREI
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS 1>LEA-
sure in announcing that he is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ke., ut the lowest possiblo prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering dono
promptly aiid in fli-st-class style.
UNDERTAKING
Iu all its blanches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, noxt Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Lato Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store. auStc
MRS. M. ECKSTEIN
HAS    JUST   OPENED   A   NEW
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will lie found a fnll stock of
Dry floods, Groceries, nnd General Merchandise,
Wliieli will lie solil at New Westminster
Pricos.
isT Next Door to Caledonia Hotol.
 (apl8tc)    _
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Kearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
T
IHE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions nf •
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on linnd, and snpnlicd to Pam-
iliee, Rcstaimints, and Hteamlionts at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PKIOES.
C. E. WOODS.
CEO. TURNER.
WOODS £ TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AOENTS,
Accountants & Conveyancers.
KlMHHIt   STKKKT.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
w
E HAVK FOB SALE 1MPKOV-
ed and nitimproved Lands at
PITT RIVER,
MAPLE RIDGE, .
LANOLKY,
MATSQUI.
MISSION,
BUREARDS INLET,
FALSE CREEK,
PORT MOODY,
TBENANT,
NORTH ABM,
SALT SPRING ISLAND.
TOWII LOTS AT PORT MOODY FOR SALE.
MSB  iliaVEflMU   < AEtHLLV   AMI,
mir-HTM' A-rmieKD to.
■MKKf TO MAM OK HOOD »,.< imTl.
AOOTH FOR TIIK
rhmlx Fire In.NritNee I'll, or Brooklyn,
Ihe KqHltiinlr Lift} A..nritnre Hnelrly
ut the 1 nllrrl Mutes, anil
-'ImMlnn, Jli'Hean * I'o's. THrilleil Stone
Hewer Mini Chlliinev .'lure, linrden
Vases, de.
WOODS k TURNER.
Now Westminster, il. ('.,
April 2,1883.
njel
UTOTICE
TIIE IDPALITY OF SURREY
Offers great inducements to porsons
IN SEARCH OF A HOME
 Wc have—-
IGOOD LANDS:
Until wild and improved,
Wood Roads. Schools. Ciiurclies
And Post Office,
Our facilities for trade aro excellent.
Wc have good
WATER   COMMUNICATION
With outside markets, nml our
CLIMATE   IS   UNRIVALLED.
Plenty of Government Land.
TO MANUFACTUEERS and GRIST
Oil SAW MILL MEN establishing
themselves in tins Municipality, the
Municipal Council are offering LIBERAL
INDUCEMENTS. For further particulars apply personally or hy letter to
HENRY T. THRIFT, C, M. 0.
• Intelligence Officer.
Clover Valloy, Surrey, B. C.    [uiylfl-te
-J*JBT-
-AN INVOICE OF-
WAGGONS!
Cutting Boxes, Boot Slicers,
French Burr Stone Chopping Mills,
Fanning Mills, Clipper and
Mohawk Flows, ke., ke.
BURNS& COT,
VICTORIA,  B. C.
AHKNTS   RIH
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO
Portable Saw Hills   Grist Mills,
Shingle Hills,   Champion Kn
glnes Saw Mill Machinery,
A, Harris, Son ft Compan-,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Urantrord Mowers and  Reapers,
Osborne Mowers, Drantlord and
Osborne Cord Binders.
I1U1IIIOUUI1 I
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Centennial  Sulky  Rake,   Spring
Tooth Harrows, Spring Tooth
Cultivator, Brantford drain
Drill, tt., tts..
Or Machines always on hand. Repairs
kept. del,-)
Iii the Supreme Court or British Columbia.
In tiik Estateof Henry Batkhox, Dec'd
ALL PERSONS HAVING CIlAIMS
against tho estate of Henry Bate-
son, of Harrison river, must present same
duly proved to tho undersigned beforo
the '"Oth July, 188S. And all persons
indebted to the said estate must pay such
debts beforo that dato.
E. A. JKNNS, Administrator.
Now Westminster, 14th June, 1883.
jolO-lui
J. H. PLEACE & CO.
lMFORTfltS ANIJDEAI.F.11S IN
E
STOVES,
BANGES, &a, &a.
House Furnishing Goods.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hand, tit
the LOWEST MARKET RATES.
TINWARE MANUFACTURED ON THE PREMISES.
All kimi*- of WHlrr-plpe Work, nl m-
-wimble rate*, by • runiiwtot Workman! MtiHl-actlon Ku»rnntrfil.
SW Jobbing promptly attended to.
llltLltKOOUh STONE BUILDIXCi,
Sew Wi-ntiiiinNlrr.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
I Old Broad St. and 10 Pali. Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
BliildlngS. Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships iu Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessols on navigable rivors nnd canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FltOH LOSS OU DAMAUE UY FIRK.
Subscribed mid Invested Capital,
£1,000.000 STG.
Rates of Premium and evory information can be obtained on application to
IV. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agcut for New Westminster.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
MARKET
YALE, PORT MOODY AND NEW
WESTMINSTER.
The best qunlity of
BEEF.PORK&MUTTON
Will lie kept constantly on hand.
All bills presented on the lst of each
month, and must bo paid by lfitlu
mylH-tc] HAVENS* CO.
few Spring Goods!
B
MRS.   STRANC
ROB TO INFORM HER FRIENDS
that she hns recoived hor stock of
FANCY   GOODS I
—ALSO—
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
READYMADE CLOTHING
Cheapest in the City.
SW Next Door to City Drug Store.   apl8
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. G.
The Only lire-Proof Hotel
in tlie City,
THE CULINARY DmBTMT
IS UNDER. THK -CHARGE OF AN
EXPEftlENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, whore
everything will be found first-class, ami
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors and Sleeping Apartments are under tbe superintendence
of Mrs. Attstin.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading Boom, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and' papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
THB   SA»
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Liquorb, Cigars, kc
JNO. AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD  INLET.
Ken I) Built and Newly Furnished,
Large and Commodious,
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view  of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
SIITK    01*    HOOH*    H»K    MMILI1*.
SW Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet aud pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH. MANNION,
Proprietor.
iloni
mwmu struct,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. G.
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
plctely re-furnished and otherwise
greatly improved this well-known establishment, I have the pleasure to announce tliat it is now
pb:m
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC NAVIGATION 00. (LIMITED)
Except on their own Printed Forms of
Shipping Receipts, to be hod at T.R.
Pearson k Co.'s, New Westminster.
apll JOHN IRVING, Manager.
For the reception of Guests.
Conveniently located and well appointed iu every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all the moat modern appliances, it
will be found in every respect the best,
as it is the largest and most commodious,
Hotel on the Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best management both as regards cuisine and
attendance, and parties desiring them
can have PRIVATE DINING ROOMS,
with special attenduncc.
THE  BAR ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Winks and
Liquors, and the best brands of Ciuaiis
•vill always lie lwpt on hand.
THE BILLIARD ROOM
Is Bpaoious and well appointed, and provided with Strahlb's Patest CUSHION
TABLES, the best in use.
WGood   attendance   and   moderate
charges.
j. e, insley,
PltOl'UIKTOHei Man-ahkh.
December 1, 1882. (led
Jot §sU or *So Sttit
Bargain for Cash}
rn\VO OR THREE HOUSES k LOT-
I    in good repair.   Apply ut D. 8.
CURTIS* CO. '8 Drug Store.      ap21 '
Stage Coaches for Sate!
APPLY TO
W.  R.LEWIS,
New WeetminBtor, E C.
FOR SALE:"
LI-   NEW   MUCH   COWS   AND
J Calves, and 40 Hogs.   To ba teen
at the shop of the andenigned, Ladner's
Landing.              U. NELSON*CO.
jelMo	
FOR SALE.
rnllRKK YOKE OF WELL-BROKE
J work oxen, iu good order; will girth
7 feet anil upwards. Also, two work
horses. A. S. VEDDER,
je'20-2ui] Chilliwhack, B. C.
OXEN FOR SALE.
TWO GOOD YOKE OF OXKN,
well broken and in first-clan working ordor. Also, an odd ox. For sale
cheap.   Apply to
DeHKCK IlKOS. k CO.,
jel'l-tuj Brunette Mills.
Farm to Rent
ABOUT 250 ACRES ON SEA island, 30 acres under timothy; wall
dyked, and there are thereon a good
dwelling-house and barn. The property
is owned by Mr. Chris. Woods. For
particulars apply to
F. McCLEERY.
jeltl-tc. Nortii Ann,
FMlJCHEArr
A GOOD DAIRY FARM. Dwelling
House, Barns aud other out-buUd-
ings, with the Stock, Dairy Utensils tnd
implements nf husbandry. For particulars apply to
W. D. FERRIS,
Land Agent, ftc
New Westminster,
20th April, 1883. ap2ltc
foMeIjolease
THK SHOP AND PREMISES ON
Columbia St., next the Customs
House, lately occupied by Nelson Bros.
The situation is excellent for any buai*
ness purpose. The building ta divided
into two shops, and has a good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain, or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply on
the premises to
op21tc W. J. FRENCH.
FORj^iT
LOT   2,   BLOCK   IX.
"    i,    "      xxn.
"   io,    "      xxvni.,
City of New Westminster.
—ALSO—
LOT  4,   BLOCK   I.
" 8&»,   "      in,
"      4,       "       .V.
"      3,        " X.
"   18, 19, It SO, BLOCK XIII.,
Suburban Lands,
Apply to
H.  V.  EDMONDS,
New Westminster,
or to ALLSOP 4 MASON,
au30te Victoria.
Dairy Farm for Salel
M"
It.  C.  CHADSEY, OF SUMAS,
 wishing to retire from business on
account of failing health, offers for sale
on reasonable terms bis splendid improved
Dairy Farm, consisting of 520 acres of
Srairio land, of whieh 150 acres are un
er fence. There is a good dwelling
house on the place, also barn, dairy,
sheds, and stables;' an excellent well and
a large orchard of choice frpftj tod in
short every improvement neoestwy for a
comfortable home and for carrying on a
largo and profitable business in dairy produce. Dairy stock and farming implements will be sold with the farm if de*
sired. For terms apply to the owner on
tlie place, personally or by letter.
Sumas, April 6, 1883. aplltc
BUSINESS FOR SALE,
Kst.vik of John Quacimotti.
THE ENTIRE BUSINESS OF J.
Quagliotti at Yale and Lytton, including stocks of goods, book debts,
buildings, lots and goodwill is offered for
sale by tender.
Inventories aro to be seen at the office
of C. Strouss ft Co., Wharf Street, Victoria, on tbe premises at Yale and on the
premises at Lytton. At tiie two latter
places the stock, fto., may also be inspected by intending purchasers on application to P. Btrrell, Yale, and W.
Bailey, Lytton.
Tenders will be received at C. Strouss
k Co.'s office until 30th Jane, prox.
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted,
C. STROUSS, 1  k-mMB,
T. EARLE,    j **»»«»•«••
Viotoria, B. C, Hist May, 1883.     jettd
AYRSHIRE^ BULLS!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOR
sale on reasonable tonus a few half-
broil Ayrshire yearling Bulls, sired by the
Thoroughbred Ayrshire Bull
surriBiv,
The dams being choice dairy cows.
A. S. VEDDER,
jell > Snraas.
\
THE  STEAMER
W"
A. 0. BE-MAMDi, MAttTKR.
ILL SAIL PROM OTW WESTMINSTER
Every Weft*M*day> al J u. m..
For SEATTLE, via SAN JUAN and
PORT TOWNSEND, connecting with
steamers for all points on the Sound.
Returning, will sail from SEATTLE
every Monday, at 7 a. m., arriving here
on Tuesday afternoon.
For rates of Freight or Passage, apply
to
J. A. R. HOMER, Agent,
ap!4tc New West.
FORSALE.
A NO. 3 HK-WASHINCTON HUD-HttSS,
lu tirst-class order, with* rollers, roller-
stand.-nud everything complete.
Wilt print a-shcet same sire
as the Columbus.
AN EtCHTM MEDIUM COSDOK JOB ntSS.
(Improved), good as new, and In every
way complete.   Will print from
1000 to 1800 an hoar.
A LOT OF BRASS COLUMN -& ftTHII. WUS,
Chases, etc., in good condition, suitable
for a newspaper.
Those articles have boon replaced by
new machinery, aud will be sola at ranch
less than they cost. Fnll partlonlars on
application at this office.
jeO-tu.]
P. ROBSON ft CO.
W.R. HOAR'S
NEW HARNESS SHOP
Columbia St., opp. Hyack Hall.
Every description of work In
SASSLUS,
(English or Mexican, i
Carriage, or Wagon Htraew, Lealbw,
HorM-CTothlng etc. m-Tbe bert Santa
Cnu iM'tar need. Charm, modamte.
Atrial solicited. [mylMo,
mmmmmm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Circus Sherman & Hiniuan
Dominiou Day A. Peele
Surrey H. T. Thrift
Notice J. 0. Hughes
Notice E. Trim
Special Methodist Church
%\\t $nt\s\\ flotoinbian.
Balnrday Moi-nlni. Jane •«- »W3.
TUe San Francisco Bulletin publishes a statement showing the number of passengers who hnve arrived
and departed from tbat city during
the five months ending with May
last. The arrivals by water were
6249, and the departures 6162. Of
the arrivals 818 came from and 1769
departed for British Columbia. The
arrivals by rail for the same period
were 30,695; and the departures U,-
655, giving a net gain to San Francisco of about 16,000 from all
sources. The freight traffic between
San Francisco aud the ports north,
including British Columbia, shows
no tendency to diminish, and steamers are constantly forced to leavo
large quantities of goods tor which
they have no room.
A Notable Failure.
For more than a year the leaders
in the Star Route steal have been
on trial at Washington. After a
very eventful enquiry the caso was
given to the jury, and the result was
a verdict of acquittal rendered on
the 14th inst. When the verdict
had been announced a scene of wild
confusion occurred in the court. The
room was filled, principally with
friends of the accused, who were
cheered and lionized with the most
enthusiastic zeal. The jurymen also
wore surrounded and patted and
feasted. It is hiicIi scenes and incidents ns these that disfigure the rec
ord of justice und put a premium
upon dishonesty and fraud, No person acquainted with the Star Route
case could come to uny other conclusion than that it necessurily involved plunder, and if the jurymen
wero really honest iu thoir decision,
their conception of right and wrong
must have beeu very extraordinary.
The evidence produced ut the trial
was of such a nature that one would
have supposed conviction certain,
These Star Bout? people swindled
the United St. et government out
of hundreds of t-Iiousuiids of dollars;
they corrupted members of tbe legislature and officials shamelessly with
their ill-gotten wealth; aud now
they have escaped justice through
intrigues known only to men who
ho ■"*   ' -killed in rascality.
But uitj .ut\ u not been declared innocent at the bar of public opinion,
and they go out into the world carrying upon them the brand of infamy. And yet there are hundreds
of people about Washington and
elsewhere who will shout themselves
hoarse over the escape of these clover
scoundrels, und who wilt shout as
lustily for ■ ny person who has wealth
enough and cunning enough to subvert the course of justice. The sordid rabble will always be found applauding the clever scoundrel. The
escape of these men must tend to
oncoun--.'> others to forget the obligations of honor when tbe chances
of procuring dishonest riches present
themselm. Di-falcitions and official
stealings seem to be ou the increase.
It has become more fashionable to
be dishonest th.\n to be poor, and
the man who can rob a corporation
and cheat justice quickly becomes a
hero. There must be an end to all
this, or the foundations of all personal or official honor will soon be
found crumbling beneath our feet.
The Post-Office Muddle.
We have frequently drawn utten-
toiitbn to the very unsatisfactory
way in which our mail service has
been performed, and the great inconvenience and embarrassment
wliich business men and others suffer
in consequence. Not only is there
no perceptible improvement in the
service, but the situation has been
made absolutely beyond endurance
by the recent action of the city post*
mastmaster. Hitherto the post-office
has been open on ordinary days from
9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on regular
moil night (Tuesdays and Fridays) it
has remained open until 8 p.m., and
mail matter has been received till 9,
These hours have been changed, and
last Tuesday the people had an opportunity of studying the effects of
the now arrangement, The post
office now closes at 6 p.m. every
night, and on Tuesdays ami Fridays
mail matter will not be received
later than 7. Last Tuesday the mail
from Victoria (including un eastern
mail) arrived at the post-office about
5:3ft It waa not sorted before 6,
and as 6 is now the hour for closing;
the wicket did not open at all, Letter! whioh came up on Tuesday
afternoon, therefore, were not de-
livewd until after 9 o'clock on Wedneaday! 2 hours after the mail for
Victoria had gone I Now, this is the
kl&dof thing they call a post-office,
aad it to apposed to t» established
and run for the public accommodation ! On application to the postmaster we find that the change of
post-office hours has been deliberately determined on by himself as the
only way out of the difficulties which
surround him. Since the present
postmaster received his appointment
there has been no increuse of salary,
although the work of the office bus
fully doubled: ou the contrary there
have been extra allowances cut off
which make the position worth about
$200 a year less than it wub three
yeurs ago. The increase in the work
bus been such that one nutn could
not possibly accomplish it and serve
the public at the same time. For
nearly two yeurs thu postmaster has
been paying au assistant out of his
own pocket, in the hope that something, would bo done by tbe post-
office authorities. But nothing has
been done. His applications for
assistance have not even been answered, and tho membets for this
district wero told nt Ottawa that
there would be no increase allowed
for this office, Under these circumstances the postmaster determined to
discharge his assistant, us he could
not afford to keep him, and to close
the offico at 6 o'clock so that the
outgoing mails could he prepnred
sometime before midnight. Wo
think the postmaster is entirety justified in adopting this course, for we
are well aware thut the work of the
office could not be performed by one
man for any length of time. The
mails from Victoria arrive hero at
from 4 to 7:30, and after their arrival
the postmaster has from 6 to 7 hours
steady work without delivering a
single letter. With the wicket closed,
therefore, lie cannot leave the office
on Tuesday und Friday nights until
from 10 to 12 o'clock;, and sometimes
later. The whole registry business
und much of the money order business has to hu done after the arrival
of the mails, and every person knows
thnt u clear head and accuracy are
absolutely necessary for that work.
The number of registered letters to
be handled on regular mail days will
average about 50, and about 15
money orders for each of which a
separate totter of advice must be
written. The quantity of mail mutter handled in the office each week
will average about as follows: Letters received, 3000; sent, 2800;
newspa|K!is received, 3500; sent,
2000. Each regular nmil night, after
the whole of the incoming mail from
up und down river has been assorted,
there are mails to be made up for 17
different offices before the postmaster
ean leave his office, und on the following mornings 1 more mails must
be got ready before 9 o'clock, Then,
ou Wednesday und Saturday nights
the str, Rithet brings a mail from
Victoria, arriving about 8 o'clock.
This mail has to he sorted and mails
made up for different points up liver.
On Monday and Friday nights the
up-river steamer arrives with mails
from 7:30 to 10 o'clock, which must
also be attended to, It will be seen
from these facts that the postmaster
must work 5 nights in the week
until from 9 to 12 o'clock, leaving
only one night free; und when the
Victoria mail arrives late, as it almost invariably does, one man cannot get through the work before
midnight. It is a matter of amazement that any Bane government
should impose upon un important
officer to such an extent, und we
venture to assert that there are very
few who would have endured with
so much patience tin *i liynities to
which our postmaster ha. sub
jected. There is uo question at ill
but the office should be allowed an
efficient assistant, and that it should
be conducted in such a wuy ns to
secure, much fuller public accommodation. Tlie present salary of the
postmaster is not ut all commensurate wjth the responsibilities and
duties of the office, us salaries go in
this country, and to expect that out
of that small allowance he can pay
for an assistant and live is to expect something a little beyond human
probability. We hope the people,
who are suffering from this official
parsimony, will make suoh representations to the postoffice authorities
at Ottawa as will bring them to a
sense of the injustice done to this
oity.
KTOTIOB.
PERSONS HAVING ACCOUNTS
against tlio Provincial Government
are particularly reqestcd to send thorn
to the undersigned on or beforo the 30th
instant. J. C. HUGHES,
Gov't Agont.
New West., June 21, 1883.     [>23-td
NOTICE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
miftsioner of Lands and' Works for jwr-
m
l intend to apply to the Chief Coin -
miuion to punhaie 200 acres of laud
situate on a small bay on the northwest
end of Texada Island, near Marshal
Poiut, District of New Westminster, described as follows:
Commencing at a stake set an shore of
small bay; thenee east 40 chains; thence
south 00 chainsi thence west 40 chains;
thence north to shore line of Texada
Island; thenee in a northeasterly direction along shore line to point of commencement. EDWARD TRIM.
By hii attorney, Harry Trim.
New Westminster, June 22,1883,    [2m
KUMICIPALITTof STTREET
NOTICE.
THK ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR THK
Municipality of Surrey having
been returned and revised, the taxes
are now due and payable to ine at my
otlice, nnd nll taxes not paid on or before
The first Buy of October, will be delinquent, aud interest at tlie rate of one
per cent, per month will bo added thereto aiul collected thereon.
HENRY T. THRIFT. Collector.
je23-td] Clover Valley, Surrey.
DOMINION D1T
—WILL BE—
CELEBRATED
 AT	
NEW WESTMINSTER
 ON	
MONDAY, JULY 2d.
HOUSE 1IACING,
BOAT AND CANOEliACINC!,
STOUTS AND (JAMES.
-MUSIC   AND DANCING.
A. PEELE, Hon. See.
SHERMAN & HINMAN'S
GREAT EUROPEAN
CIRCUS
JUNEJ9th.
SE-UHGAXIZEII MD EMIRGED
Special engagement of
PROF. JOHN SHERMAN
And his world-famed horses,
TOMMY, BARNEY & JACK,
Together with tho brightest array of
Atonic Stars ever exhibited ou
the Pacific Coast, foremost
of which stands
HISS I'AIUXK LKK, Crowned Prin-
-    cess of the Arena.
Mil. WILLIAM GORMAN, Champion
Hurdle Rider of the World,
WILLIE (WELL, Somersuult and Pad
Rider.
MTTI-K GLORIA, the Child Wonder,
and hiB Ponies, Duke aud Duchess.
Mdme. EIFIEDER0CK, the Lady with
the Iron Jaw.
TIIE HOR0BC0 BROTHERS, Victor,
Frank, Charles and Harry, the great
Russian Acrobats.
Mil. FRISK MONROE, the Human
Fly.
YOUNG AMERICA, Contortionist.
FRANK M0R0SC0, America's Greatest
,   Knockabout Clown.
GEORGE  KOKKLLO, Horizontal  Bar
Performer.
GEORGE THOMPSON, Great  Kquos*
tviun Clown.
Will Parade just prior to Afternoon Performance iu thoir Magnificent Band
Chariot drawn hy (1 noblo steeds
f3TNotwithstanding the -inormouH expense of chartering tlio str. Pit INCKSB
LOUISE to move this gigantic combination, tbo price of admission will NOT lie
raised. 	
ADMISSION   •    •   -   ONE DOLLAR
CHILDREN   •   -   ■    FIFTY CKNTS
Doors open at 1 ami 7 p, in.} performance at 2 and 8. [jc:'j:t-2t.
Dissolution.
T C. HENDERSON k CO., MER-
tJ , chants of Chilliwhack, have this
day dissolved partnership by mutual
consent. J. C. Hendorson, takes the
business, collects all accounts and pays
all debts of the said firm of >), 0, Hen-
deison ft Co.
Dated Juno 1st, 183.1. jeiffl-lm
B/CfPWflARy.
TENDERS WILL RE RECEIVED
by the Warden until noon on TllON*
Any, ttOtll hint., for One Hundred and
Twenty.fivc.Toiis (2240 It.*, iiaoh) Rait
Screened Wellington Coal, to lie delivered on Penitentiary wharf. Forms of
application may be obtained on application to accountant.
[Signed]; A. II, McRRIDE.
jegfrtd.
NOTICE.
A THE GRAND CHAPLAIN
of tha Grand Lodge, of A. I', k
A. M. of British Columbia will
hold divino service at tbu Skating iiink
on Sunday, 24th .lane, nt 11 a. m.
The Grand Lodge will attend. All Masons and the public are respectfully invited, [jolO-td
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ceeeco \XJ T7\ T» Tj ' Q eeceee
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Shotguns, Rifles, Revolvers go to
WBBBS.
If you want a day's sport, call at
WEBB'S.
Cartridges, Powder aud Shot buy at
Fish-hooks, Flics, Lines und Rods sec
WEBBS,
For fragrant Cigars k Tobacco use
Meerschaum, Briar and Wood Pipes goto
WBBES.
Tobacco Pouches, Purses, Match Safes at
Spectacles, Reading and Eye Glass--*-
thut yon can sec through at
WEBB'S.
Pocket Knives, Razors k Scissors, get
Playing Cards, Dice k Chei-nes sec
Machine Needles, Oil k Attachments, try
What you cannot got elsewhere
"WeT-olc's O-ot.
WHO IS WEBB?
CALL AND SEE.
Columbia St., Now Westminster, 11. C.
GrTJ'IVSnoIl'JL-JH.
•oSO-SB-to
THIS
RANCHER'S OAK
CHILLIWHACK, B.C.
J.C. HENDERSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Jobbing and Retail Denier in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
TTTEWISH TO THANK OUR Numerous customers for their liberal patronage and support during tho past two
yenrs, and wc hopo to manage tho business in such a way as to secure a continuance and increase in the same. Remember, we buy largely, and are prepared to sell as
Low as any Other House
In the Province, as we earry the Largest
Stock on tlio Mainland (outside nf Now
Westminster).   Our stock consists of
llry Hoods,
Notion*,
Vndcr-vcnr,
Clothing,
Hats t Caps
Books A Station')
Doors.
Windows,
Nails,
Groceries,
Provisions,
Boots t Shoes,
Vrockery,
Glassware,
Glass is Putty,
Hrngs,
Patent Medicines,
Hopes,
Hardware,
Kami Implements
Carpenters'Tools,
Wooden Ware,
Paints *: Oils,
Brushes,
furniture,
Lumber,
Wall Paper,
He., Sic.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
One Single Buggy aud Harness for
Sale.
Don't forget thut wu tako nll kinds of
Farm Produce, at Market Rates, iu exchange for gooda.
■WA11 book accounts for 1882and 188.1
must be closed by lst October, 18811,
without fail.
A Clearance Kale to commence lst
September, 1883, for 30 days.
CHEAP JACK,
THE RANCHERS' PAPOOSE.
'020-0111.
URITISH COLUMBIA
Information, Employment
 AND	
HOMES FOR EMIGRANTS.
The Ooverntncut of   British Columbia
hu established au
AT NKW WESTMINSTER B.O.,
And nll pontons wishing to obtain authentic information about the country
are advised to apply, eitherpoinonatly or
by lottor, to the Agent.
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of the country and ito resources will be
supplied free of charge on application.
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in auy part of the
Province, are invited to place themselves
In communication with tlie Agent. Particulars should bo furnished as to tho
kiud of employment aud wages offered.
The Agent will endeavor, as far as possible, to fill applications.
Offick—-Court House Building, Market Square, Now Westminster, 11. C,
jt2Q to.]
MAIL CONTRACT.
mENDERS, ADDEESSED TO THE
X Postinastor-Goneral, will be received
at Victoria until Noon on Friday, the
10th August, for tho conveyance of Her
Majesty's Mails, ou a proposed contract
for four years, once per week each way,
between Spenco's Bridge nnd Kamloops
through Nicola Valley, from the lst October next.
Conveyance to bo made on horseback
or in a vehicle, at the option of tbo contractor. To leave Spenco's Bridge ou
Tuesday at (J a. it,.; arrive at Kamloops
ou Wednesday at 0 p. in.; lcuvc Kamloops on Thursday at 10 a, tn.; arrive at
Spenco's Bridgo on Friday at li p. in.
Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of proposed
contract may be seen, and blank forms
of tender may bo obtained, at tbe post
ottices of Kamloops, Sponcc's Bridge and
Niuolu Luke, or at the oflico of the subscriber. •        R. WALLACE,
P, O. Inspector.
Post Oilice Inspector's Office,
Victoria, 13th June, 1883.    [jo20-3t
Provincial Skcuktahy'h Office,
13th June, 1883,
HIS HONOR the Lieutenant-Governor has heen pleased to make the
following appointments:—
John Gkoiuie Bahnhton, Esquire,
Barriater-at-law, to bo a Notary l'ublio
in tbe Province of British Columbia.
John Fall Allison, Esquire, J. P..
to issue Free Miners' Certificates and
record Mining Claims on tho Shuilka-
incen River and ito tributaries.
jo20-lm
[L. 8.]
CLEMENT F, CORNWALL.
CANADA:
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
ViotoniA, by tho Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland, Queen, Dofcnder
of tho Faith, kc, kc, kc
To  all  to whom  these presents shall
come,—GitEEt-iNd,
A PROCLAMATION.
P. /E. InviNn, lTTNOW YE,
Dopnty Att'y-Gonoral. / JVtlmt un Act
of tho Legislature of tbe Province of
British Columbia) passed in the 4."ith
year of Her Majesty's reign, chaptered
S, mul intituled "An Act to consolidate
"and amen I the Laws relating to Gobi
"uud other Minerals, excepting Coal,"
was, oii tbo 12th day of May, 1883, disallowed by His Excellency the Governor-
(! eueral of Canada iu Council.
The eomtuuication by tho Honourable
tho Secretary of Slate of sueh disallowance was dated 17th May, 188;-!.
in testimony whereof, We have caused
these Our Letters to be intnle Patent,
and the G rent Seal of the said Province
to bo thereunto affixed] Witness, the
Honour.iUo CLEMENT P. CORNWALL, Lieutenant-Governor of Out-
said Province J British Columbia, in the
ye.'r of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred ; ud eighty-three, nnd in the forty-
sixth year of Our Reign.
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
jo20-lin] Provincial Secretary.
Immigration Agent.
PRELIMINARY NOTICE.
 AN IMPORTANT	
AUCTION SALE
Of city suburban aud Port Moody
property will be bad at the Colonial Hotel at au early date. Parties desirous of
disposing of their property are hereby
invitad to place the same in the bunds of
the undersigned nt as early a date as
possible, iu order that the snmo may be
fully advertisud, to enable intending purchasers to visit and examine for themselves before day of sale. This is considered a rare chance fur parties desirous
of selling, as also for intending purchasers, us in the event of thero being no sale
effected there will he no charge. Tenns
as uanal. ■
In n>iimiction with the Agricultural Fair
to be hold iu this oity, the undersigned
proposes holding
AN AUCTION SALE
Ou the evening of the lirst day of Fair
of Homcxtcaatt, Wild nana, rile.  On
the second day of Fair an auction sale
will be held of stuck and Farm Produce. This will give nn opportunity to
Farmers of disposing of tlieir breeding
and other stock, aud also to purchasers
a chance of getting what thoy may
require in that Hue, without hnving to
search to country for the same. -This
early opportunity is taken with a view
to giving parties desirous of disposing of
thi'ir Farms ot- property, ample time
to make tlio snm<- public, so that
likely purchaser-- may ha - an opportunity of visiting nod ,-ciu'a mr themselves,
whicli they inula imc do at a Bhort notice. This .' be au opportunity
tliat lias never occurred beforo, and
every Fanner should miiki n point of
visiting New Westminstor on that occasion. All that Is required of those
who wish to dispose of their property is
thnt thoy communicate full particulars
to tiie undersigned us soon as possible,
giving the lowest cash price thoy will
take tor the same. If sueh price is uot
realized thero will bo no charge made.
In tins wuy n farm or a tract of land at
Cariboo or Kamloops or Nicola Valley
can lie disposed of without the owner being put to the least expense or iucoiiven-
iencu thereby. Full particulars of sale
in due time,
T.J. TRAPP,
Auctioneer.
New Westminster, June 5th, 18811.
je0-to
NEW GOODS!
E. ELLIOTT'S
COLUMBIA   STREET.
TUST ARRIVED, A GOOD SELEC-
O tion of DRY GOODS, comprising:-
lai-rrt, RlliltoUH, I'micli Humer**. t'ornels,
Luille-r nntl «i'iitn* Hum-, I'ltllnrs. fIpn,
null llnmlhcrrlih'fhf I'rlnls mul lire*.*
I'ouiIh, <|'--|-,iiiu-n, I'lntincls. Ml-lrUi*-**,
Mhi'i'tliitt-., Titlil** Linen* Brown H-iIIiii'iIh,
4'iillroi'N, KliiinlM, lUiMikciN, Ar„ I'li-nv-
«r*M Tcrfliene Sown Huwy nml .llim-ml
Ulywrhi-', 4'iiIvi-iTk I'nrhnllr, I trow n
WliMl-tfir, Perfumery-, Ac.
Al-Ufllnnlwuri-, Tools, Hour Hltt.ii*.>.,
Hum!* FunH-iii'I-h, Si-rew*-, Nulls, Ar.
AKcnt for llur-H-r T-,vrlvt-lNT'» Hm.li.
In*. WrhiKlnic, nntl MmikIIiik Mm-ii'in-
lint tu-i/.i' r-ommn. Purls mitt Vienna Bxlil*
1'IHoiih. Will wash for family of 8 In 3
Iioui'h; no Ironln-f). mllilt
Timothy Hay.
A   FEW TONS OF HOOD TIMOTHY
xtfor salo.   Apply to
UEO. HOWISON,
'ellMt,* Maplo Uidgo.
New and Latest Styles of
MILLINERY
 AT	
W1LIM RAE'S
The Stock
Is as well assorted  as any on the
Mainland, comprising :
lints & Bonnets
Of the most fashionable shapes and
styles.
Itibbonsi
Ottoman, Satin, Reversible, Fringed
and lace ribbons, plaid & all shades
Piece Goods.
OTTOMANS,    SURAHS,
satins, silks, sarsnets, velvet and
velveteens, brocade and plain.
Black and cream Spanish
lace. Ostrich feathers
and lips, a handsome assortment.
Flowers, Frilling
Neck arrangements in lace and muslin, doves, hosiery, corsets, dress
trimmings, etc., etc.. etc., etc.
COME ANO SEE OUR STOCK.
myI6-tc.
Front street,
New   Westminster, B. C.
 Dealer in	
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE
BOOTS AND SHOES,  ■
HAT!i   AND   CATS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING
GRAIN,
FEED,
SEEDS,
POTATOES,
LIME, ETC.
Special attention to Farmers' Supplies. Produce of all kinks purchased
at highest market prices. Orders liy
mail will receive prompt attention.
chas. Mcdonough.
myi6-tc
New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new goods
consisting in part of
insrsr o-ooids,
-Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fine selection of
Groceries and Provisions
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stone building,Columbia
street. myi6-tc.
NOTICE.
For sound, useful household goods try
WM. RAE'S
Next door to Colonial Hotel.
Groceries, Provisions, Crockery and
Glassware.   A large and well
selected stock ot
DRESS GOODS,
In the newest materials.
Prints. Sheetings,
Flannels, tweeds, etc. A complete
tine of
dents' Furnishing Hoods,
Clothing
OF   FIRST-CLASS   QUALITY
and fashionable style.   A
full line of
BOYS' CLOTHING
The stock Is new and will he sold at
CHEAP rates. myi6.tc.
NOTICE.
ALL 1'KUSONS AUK HEREBY
vnutioneil ngniuet outtiiijj nr removing timber of any kind frum ofl'lun-U
liold by tbe HdHtlugs Sawmill Company,
as parties doing so without pertmBAlon
Will be protfccutotl,
11ICHD. H, ALEXANDER.
Burrard Inlet, li. C,
12th bee, 1662, ilulO
C. G. MAJOR
Importer atid dealer in -
GENERALMERGHANDISE
ITET^
CoodSIMCKS
Brussels Carpets,
Tapistry Carpets,
WoqI Carpets,
Lace Curtains,
Tapistry Curtains.
Nottingham Curtains
Black Cashmeres,
Colored Merinos,
Cashmere Twills,
Lustres and Alpacas,
White Table Damask,
Brown do,
Table Napkins,
Diapers,
Irish Linen,
Muslins (book),
Brilliants.   .
White Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
Brown Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
.Whiteand Unbleached
COTTONS,
Every Quality and Price.
TOWELS,
While and Brown Turkish, Huckabuck
Honcv-Comb and Linen.
NE'W
Large Stock, Best
Materials, Latest
Styles, and
Low Down Prices,
'Everything in
Provisions, Crockery e; Glassware
What you don't see
ask for,
And what we don't
keep we will get.
C.G. MAJOR
Importer and dealer In
GENERALMERGHANDISE
WM. RAE
HAS  FOB  SALE 80 OK !I0   TONS
FIRST-CLASS
TIMOTHY   HAY
(Well Cured and Clean)   .
$28 .A. TOIN",
AT     NF.W     WESTMINSTER.
—AUW—
SPLIT & SAWN SHINGLES.
(np7'c)
C.   IM.  McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST BECKIVEDTHE LAKO-
est assortment of Clocks ever .hold
on tlio Mainland of British Columbia.
Nll-kCl Clocks, atS2.2.r, (warranted).
Sclli  Thomas'   Mcltcl Alarm, at
83.26.
All kinds  of   Mllllll'l   and   ODICC
Clocks.
Waltham \\ alches, coin silver casos,
from SI ■*- upwards.
A fine assortment of Stirling Silver
Jewelry, of the latest designs.
Silver Plate Ware  and Optical
fiooils.
Colombia Strbkt,
au2 New Westminster, B.C.
1S.I.ECKSTI1,
OPPOSITE P.0NKKR WHAKF,
rROIMT STREET,
TEW     WESTMINSTER.
IMI'OUTKIt AMI 1,KAI.KIl IN'
Dry Hoods, riolliliiR,
lints mul Millinery,
Fancy Goods, Jewelry,
llmils and Shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
Cigars and Tobaccos,
Fruits and Confectionery.
Stock largo uud woll selected. All
Hoods tlrst-olass, and will he sold at
very low prices for cash.
mil 14 M. ECKSTEIN.
1862.
1883.
COLUMBIA
HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
t.a.:m.:es.
fl
db OO.,
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS.
GENERAL
WE HAVE NOW THE
most extensive stock
to be found in the Province,
consisting of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots nnd Shoes,
Groceries and Provisions,
Patent Mcdioineg, Hardware,
Agricultural Implements,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp
Stock, Pnints, Oils, Ship
Chandlery and Stores, Stoves
and Tinware, Plumbers'
Goods, Plru*ter,Cenient, Lime,
&c,, &c.
Orders for the above solicited. Prices out low. Terms
Cash.
I
Aiiril Oth, 1888.
»|,7 gMHHHiMHMHK'i ■ ■
■   ..
flu fritisli (Tolmnbmiu
Nnurdity Morning. -Inne -fit. IHKI.
EM-IH.—In thin clty.on tho 22lid IiihI., tlio
wife of TIioh. Ellis, Esq,, uM'imtWor,
uf a daughter.
l-AfSHUX-KH-l.
Por Rtr. Rithet,from Victoria, J nno 20,—
MrH. Strong, Mian It. Tenguo, MInk I,.
Toukhu MUs, Kelly, Mrs. Hi'Ii-ose, Walriou,
Tan by, BollmHo, Bryant, Gtlley, Re«t,Tur-
pel Qoer, nnd 4 others.
■ PerKlr. Hltliot,fmm Yale,June22.—Mi*.
Reeoo, Mm, Trethewey, miu. Mlnalieerat
nnd family, Iteoce, Kipp, Erase, Browster,
Htevenson, Hurvay. Fruty, Klhgsborg,
Brown, MeCoIl, Wlllliiins, und 10 others.
Pemlr.KnterprlBe, from Victoria, June
iti—llov, Rmlth, Archdeacon Wood nnd
wf., Cunlfr, Nowfehler, Butoli. Olive) Bur-
nnliy, Mltolioll, William-,, Mrs. I-oiiter,
Mrs. Cunningham, Mrs. Deacon, Miles,
Brown, Miller, Wnlff, Teugue, Trounce,
Klilcr, Salmon, linker, Braver, Mticllsh,
Nelson, Kirkland, Burr, Miss I'repnnll,
Mm. Laidlaw. Woodward,
Water in tho Frasor continues to
fnll.
The Church of England's income is
$22,525,000.
There are 400,000 opium enters in
tlie United Statea,
Tenders for the steum ferry must be
in by Monday next.
The Vale Sentinel is in favor of nn
extra session of the legislature.
Weather   continues  delightful.   A
1 good shower would not be out of place,
Hon. Jno. Robson goes down to
Viotoria by the Enterprise this morning.
Mrs. Scoville, sister of Guitenu,
wishes to have her name changed to
Howe.
Two ladies walked from Port Moody
to this city yesterday afternoon in over
au hour
Rev. Mr. Smith, of Viotoria, will
preach in the Skating Rink nt 11 a.m.
to-morrow.
Sir Charles 'flipper's appointment as
High Commissioner in England for
Canada is gazetted.
The decrease in the publio debt of
Great Britain for the month of May is
estimated at £3,500,000.
In consequence of tho disabled condition of tho battery thero will be no
salute fired on Dominion Day.
Hanlan won the race yesterday.
There isn't anybody on the continent
capable of Haitian the Canada's champion sculler.
Mrs, Eckstein hns taken one of Mr.
Luudbom's new stores, fronting on
Front st, and expects to occupy it
early next montli.
A telegram of the 29t'h from the
Hawaiian government states thnt no
moro Chinese would be permitted to
land at the islands.
Newfoundland's seal season will be
the best for iwmy years. Already
450,000 of tho animals, valued at ?1,-
500,000, hnve been taken.
The sum of thirty million dollars ia
to bo sueut un the palace of tho Mikado
of Japan, instead of seven million dollars as originally appropriated.
The British government will not interfere in any way with the registration
of the new set of claims being filed by
tho Alabama Claims Commissioners.
Denver has been visited by some of
the high dignataries of the Mormon
Church. They assert thnt they will
havo twenty thousand converts this
year.
The public school examinations will
lie held next week: Girls department
nt 0 a.m. Wednesday; boys on Thursday at 0 a. in. The publio are cordially
invited.
The closing examinntiouB in concoction with the Collegiate nud High
School will take place on Tuesday next
commencing at 1 p.m. Those interested are invited to he present.
The British exports for May show a
decrease of £548,000 over those of the
corresponding month of last year, and
the imports an increaso of £321,000
compared with the same period.
A colored gentleman was fined 950
in the police court yesterday for Belling liquor to Indians. W. Will came up
on n chargo of pounding Whig Chong,
nnd was asseued $20 aud costs.
There is to be no Sunday fishing this
season. Fishing is to cense each week
from noon on Saturday till 0
o'clock Sunday night, and Capt. Pittendrigli informs us that tho regulation
will bo strictly enforced.
We understand that tho str. Yoso-
inite will go on tho route botween this
city and Victoria tho week after next,
una it is expected she will roach this
oity about noon each day. This is
certainly weleoino news if truo.
Miss Willnrd, of Chicago, the renowned temperance lecturer, will preside ut a, ladies' temperance convention
in Victoria on Tuesday, July 3, and it
ia hoped thero mny be some represent*
ntioii present from tho mainland.
While the chaingang were at work
iu the school grounds yesterday morning two members of the gang (Indians)
succeeded in making their escape.
They took to the woods, and up to the
time of our going to press they had
not been taken.
On Thursday Ah Pun came up before the police court charged with
having mndo an assault upon anothor
celestial with n pair of scissors. Ho
was fined 900, or 0 mos. in gaol, Ah
Pun-ishment whioh tho fellow considered quite sufficient.
A meeting of the council of the
board of trade was held last Wednesday night when Senator Mclnnes was
present by invitation and gave information concerning several matters
which hnve been the subjects of negotiations between the board aud the
Ottawa authorities.
An interesting meeting of the Bluo
Ribbon Club was held in the Rink last
Wednesday evoning. In addition to
those who have heretofore taken part
Mr. end Mrs, Henderson's assistance
in tlm musical department wu much
uppreoiated, Several new members
were enrolled and the name* uf Mrs.
R. Wintemute and Messrs, MoMurphy
mid Oldkirk (idded,to the committee.
IUhr Uut,.-8omo of the hoys attending the publio school have formed
themselves Into a base ball club, and
named it tho Arita. Wo understand
they have Issued a challenge tu any 0
In the city to play a friendly match on
the illuming of Dominion Day, commencing at 0:30 o'clock. The sohool
club members aro young, but thoy ho-
Hove themselves able to got away with
the city if au opportunity should lie
offered. Wo hope a match will bo nr-
ranged, and that this excellent source
of recreation may receive onconragu-
tntnt.
Methomst Church—Rev. E. Robson, paBtor. Sorvico to-morrow at 11
aim. and 7 p.m. Sunday School nud
Bible Class at 2:30. Seats free; strangers cordially invited. *
 m>—:	
Quick Tkip.—Tho mail str. Enterprise arrived from Victoria last night
at (1:25, having made the trip (70 miles)
in tho remarkably brief period nf 11
hours and 25 minutes!
New Goods.-—Messrs. Trapp Bros.*
new goouB arrived from England last
night, and will bo opened out in a fuw
days. Look out for their new advertisement ou Wednesday.
Chkmihthy.—TIiqRov. W. J. Dowler, B. A., will givo fc*A Talk on Clio-
micat Affinity"' in the High School
room on Tuesday evening noxt, commencing at 8 o'olock. All nro invited.
•»    ■■■
Dominion Day.—At the meeting ot
subscribers last Wednesday night the
various committees were appointed for
the Dominion Day celobration. There
waB n good attendance. Tho funds
were appropriated as follows: For boat
aud canoe races, $100; horse races,
$150; games and sports, $75; music,
$100; ball in the evening, 9100. There
are over 8500 now available, which is
a very liberal Bubscription^for this oity.
Posters wero issued yostorday giving
the programme for the dny.
,—! , _*. ]	
Thk Beia Fabm.—Lieut.-Governor
Dowdney, Lord Duumore, Capt. Tul-
bott, nnd Major-Gen, Van Home lately paid a visit to the Boll farm nt Qu'Appelle, a description of which bus
appeared in tho Columbian. Thoy
were greatly delighted with what they
saw, and expressed much astonishment
at the progress made sinco tho farm
was commenced 8 months ngo. The
members, of tho directorate and their
wives were expected on a visit to the
farm on tho 10th of this month.
Shipping. - - Strs. Enterprise and
Roliance left for Victoria aud Yale
Wednesday morning. The str. Evan-
gel arrived from Seattle nt 8 o'clock
Wednesday morning and left in the
afternoon. Str. Rithet nrrived from
Victoria nt 7:30 Wednesday night, and
left for Yale at 10:30. Str. Rithet returned from Yale yesterday morning
nud wont down to Vitttorin. Str. Enterprise arrived from Victoria yesterday evening at 6:25. The str. Reliance nrrived from Yale at 8 o'clock Inst
evening.
The AimiBAi's Visit.—H. M. S.
Mutine, having ou board Admiral and
Mrs. Lyons, arrivod at Port Moody
early on Wednesday forenoon. The
Admiral and his lndy, accompanied by
Cnpt. Edwards, of the Mutino, came
ovor to this city In one of Mr, Lewis'
stages and spent tho afternoon viewing
the different objects of interest. The
party left by tho atr. Rithet at 11 o'clock for Yalo. Thence they will proceed into tho interior going as far ns
Kamloops. Thoy expect to return to
this city by the Rithet on Monday
morning, nnd will proceed on the
Mutino from Port Moody to Nanaimo.
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The Population of Scotland, —
According to a blue-book published
lately, tho estimated ^population of
Scotland at thu middle of 1882 was 3,-
785,400 persons. During last yenr
thoro were registered 126,182 births,
72,966 deaths, nnd 26,574 marriages.
Hence for every bundled of estimated
population there have been 3.33 births,
1.93 deaths, and 0.70 marriages. Tho
birth rate was tho lowest since 1855,
tho death rate the lowest on record,
and the marriage rate, though 0,015
bolow tho average of the ten preceding
years, is higher than that of auy year
since 1877.— Liverpool- Courier,
 .«-	
(■beat European Cibcus.—It will
bo seen from nn advertisement iu anothor column thnt Sherman & lliu-
man's circus ia to visit this city nnd
give two performances on Friday next,
the 29th inst. If newspaper reports
nre to be relied upon those who are
fond of circus performances will find
rare entertainment before them. Ono
of tho most notable features is the
trained horses which exhibit in the
ring. The performance of these remarkablo animals is said to be exceedingly interesting aud wonderful. The
company have charterod tho steamer
Princess Louise to take thom to this
city and Nanaimo, mid back to Victoria,
 ,—m>	
New Westminster Rifle Association.—The annual meeting of this
association was held at the Hyack Hall
on Wednesday evening. The report
for last year showed a prosperous condition, and it it hoped the possession
tif new ammunition will add lustre to
this year's operations. The following
members wore elected on the council:
Messrs. I. B. Fiahor, W. N. Bole, W.
McColl, 0. M. McNaughton, E. S.
Scoullar, \V. H. Keary, ami Dr. Trew.
Mr, I. B. Fisher was oleeted president, and Dr. Trew sec.-treasurer. It
is proposed to hold semi-monthly
matches at whioh a few prizes will be
competed for, aud a grand minimi
match ns usual iu the fnll.
 .     m.   ,  	
Bravery Rewarded.—Miss Maria
Trim, whoso bravery on the occasion
of the late drowning accident at tho
Coquitlam saved the life of Miss Nellie
Ward, was the recipient of a very
handsome memento yesterday afternoon. Tho presentation took place at
St. Ann's convent, in presence of the
Sisters, the pupils in attendance, the
father of the heroine, and a few others.
Mr. W. Norman Bole, on behalf of
the friends and admirers of Miss Trim,
presented her with a handsome gold
cross aud a certificate, printed on
white satin and neatly framed. Tho
certificate was ns follows; "Presented
to Miss Marin Trim in recognition of
hor bravery in risking her own life to
save others, at tho Coquitlam Rivor,
British Coiumbin, on Saturday, 16th
June, 1883. This certificate, accompanied by a gold cl-oas, is presented by
hor admiring and grateful friends,"
Mr. Bole made the presentation in a
neat little speech appropriate to the
occasion. The conduct of Miss Trim
at the time of the accident was worthy
of all praise and we aro glad it has
mot with a fitting recognition.
A Remarkable Faoi.—It is a remarkable fact that W. A. Edgcra, of Frank-
ville, who was so far gouo with liver and
kidney complaint that his life wns despaired of, was cured with four Imttlea
of Burdock Blood Bitters. At ouo time
he lay a fortnight without an operation
of jhe bowels.
T. B, Pkaumon k Co. havo just received a very largo assortment of English
Church 1'rayer Books, Hymn Books, etc.
Evory stylo nnd price. *
Sad Accident.
(By'foloaraph to the Columbian.)
Skuses (37 mile post) June 22. —A
vory serious accident occurred about 4
o'cloek this afternoon on the railway
works opposito the ninth crossing, 33
miles abovo Yale, through the falling
of a trestle bridge iu courso of construction. Nearly all the workmen
were precipitnted to the bottom.
Four men were killed outright, uud
eight or ten more or loss injured.
The Thrasher Case.
DECISION IN FAVOR OF THE PROVINCE.
A despatch from Ottawa to tho Colonist says: "All the constitutional
questions in tho Thrasher case have
been shortly nnd qualitiodly answered
bythe Supreme Court of Canada in
favor of tho powers of legislation of
the province," The questions raised in
the Thrasher caso were ns follows:
1. Is the supreme court of British
Columbia a provincial court within
the meaning of Uth sub. sec. of sec.
92 of thu British North America Act ?
2. Has the, legislature of the province exclusive authority over tho procedure in ull civil matters in the supreme court? If not, to what extent
has it bucIi authority 7
3. If that legislature can mako rules
to govern the procedure of thnt court,
cau it delegate the power to tho Uout.-
governor in council 7
4. Ib tho "Judicial District Act,
1879," (British Columbia) within the
powers of tho legislature of this provinco? If bo, does it apply to judges
appointed before that act came into
force?
5. Are the following acts passed by
the legislature of British Columbia,
namely:
1, The Better Administration of
Justice Act, 1878, (42 Vic. c. 20, 42
Vic. c. 12,1879,),
2, "An Act to amend the practice
and! procedure of the Supremo Court
of British Columbia and for other purposes relating to the Adminstration
Act," 44 Vic. c. 1,
3, "Au Act to carry out the objects
of the Better Administration of Justice
Act, 1878," and tho "Judicial District
Act, 1879," bo far as they rolato to
procedure in tho Supreme Court of
British Coiumbin, within thu legislative authority of the legislature of the
province.
. Another Despatch.—Ottawa, Juno
20—In a question affecting the status
of Biitisb Columbia courts, the Dominion Supreme Court decided that the
provincial legislature hns exclusive authority over procedure in all civil mat-
tors in courts of the province, and can
make rules governing procedure of the
courts.
Communication*.
Challenge.
Tho "Areta" B. B. Club of New
Westminster Public School hereby
challenge nny nine in this city to play
a friendly match game of ball on Monday, July 2nd, 1883. Play to begin
at 9,30 a, m. Rules according to the
American League Association of 1879,
On behalf of the Club,
James A. Cunhinoham, Capt.
M. Phillips, Sec, & Treas.
New West., June 22,1883.
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Best Tor the Weary.
Editor Columbian. — Every one
knows when a person does a regular
day's work he is entitled to a night's
rest; but the way tho Rithet hns boon
acting renders this simply impossible
for some. A friend told me, not long
since, that over in Seattle steamboats
are not allowed to whistle at night at
all. The Colonist has nn advertisement from those in charge of a atuamer
saying tlmt this boat leaving nt 5 a. in,
is to give but one whistle. Now tho
Rithet arrives here late in the evening
and in the early part of this week she
wus to leave for Yalo about 11 p. m.;
throe ferocious whistles were given
vent to, half an hour afterwards two
more wero lot off, and at twenty minutes after 12 (midnight) a shrill whistle
wus given vent to, followed by a
shriek. Now, wiU not the Council or
some other men in power put a stop to
this (as overy onu going away at night
is sure to go on board not later than
10 p. in.), and protect the rights of
Sleeplessness.
Boston Bar License.
Editor Columbian : —On Friday,
the 15th instant, at tho Court House,
Yale, beforo Messrs. Deighton and
Douglas, sitting justices, Mr. Peter
Fink applied for a liquor license at
Boston Bar. This application, which
has been already refused on two or
threo previous occasions, was opposed
by letters of the strongest remonstrance from Dr. Powell, Indian Commissioner; Squire Pearson, magistrate,
resident at Boston Bar (who was, un*
fort mint ely, unable to bu present); and
Hon. A, 0. Elliott, government commissioner ; and also in person by A.
Loamy, Est]., barrister-nt-law, aud
Rev, D, Horlock. The last-named
addressed the court iu opposition to the
licenso, not only pointing out tho deep
injury inflicted on both the native and
white population by the wanton increase of licensed houses which so far
exceeded any requirements of the district, but directed the attention of tho
justices to the proclamation of tho Act,
32, 33 Vic, Chap. 24, whieh camo into
force on June 1st, 1882, by which the
sale of any vinous or spirituous liquors
ii positivoly forbidden within 10 miles
of the railway works,argning therefrom
that tho granting of any licenso within
tho prescribed limits sinco the issue of
that proclamation whs in effect nothing
ahort of a violation both of tho letter
and spirit of law by those, moreover,
who wore sworn to en Ay out both, to
the best of their power and ability.
The justices, without demurr or hesitation of nny sort, at onco granted the
licenso. Notico waB given hy Mr. Horlock that by appeal to her majesty's
judges, or iu any other mv that ho
might liu advised, ho would leave no
stone unturned to nullify their extra*
ordinary decision. X.
Yale, Juno 20, 1883.
Canadian Statistics.
According to thu returns tho total
amount of capital invested in industries was iu 188U165,302,023,or moro
than double tho amount iu 1871, and
this capital wns distributed ns follows :
Ontario, $80,050,847 l Quebec, $50,-
216,992 : Nova Scotia, 010,183,060 ;
New Brunswick, 18,425,282 ; British
Columbia, 82,952,835 ; Prince Edward
Island, 82,085,776; Manitoba, 81,383,-
331, aud Northwest territories, $104,-
500.
Tho number of hands employed in
industrial pursuits in the whole Dominion, including the territories, was
254,935, and the amount of yearly
wages is put down at $59,429,002, nu
average of $233 per hand.
The rate of wages paid in several
provinces differs a great denl more than
we imagined, and we were surprised to
find that in New Brunswick the rate
is smaller than iu any of  the  other
firovinces except Prince Edward Is-
nud.   Thus we find that -
Iu tho territories 83 hands are employed, whose yearly wages amount to
$35,425, nn average of over $424 pur
hand.
In Manitoba there nre 1,021 employees receiving $755,507, or a trifle
over $393 each per annum.
British Columbia comes next with
2,871 hands, earning 8929,213,or more
thnn $323 each.
Ontario is fourth ou the   list, '<
ploying $118,308 hands, and paying
them 830,604,031, or 8258 eaeh.
Quebec follows with 85,673 hands
who nro paid 818,333,102, nearly $2(4
each.
Then comes Nova Scotia with 20,
300 employees earning $4,098,405, an
average of $201,
New Brunswick is tho Inst but one
on the list, employing 19,922 hands at
83,866,011 per annum, only a trifle
over 8194 each.
Prince Edward Island comes in nt
tho end. It employs 5,707 hands paying 8807,205, or not quite $140 per'
annum to each.
NEW8 FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
New York, Juno 14.—Tho Herald
snys: Tho success of Crook's forces is
a question which we trust tho President will givo that attention which its
importance demands. Crook and his
men have once more subdued the Chir-
ncahua Apaches, nnd accounts agree
that substantially all the survivors of
this baud uf confirmed murderers will
como into possession of the Govornment as prisoners, togothor with tho
spoils of thoir numerous robberies and
nasnssinations. What is going to be
done with those snvnges 7 Aro thoy
once more to bu collected on the reservation, there to be fed. uud fatted
until they ggt ready for another raid 7
Iu tho first place, the leadeis of this
band of murderers ought to be hanged,
and that quickly. The remainder of
tho hostiles ought to bo transported
out of Arizona nnd New Mexico.
Thoir tribal organization cught to be
carefully and thoroughly destroyed.
Individuals ur families ought to bo
distributed among agencies nnd reservations at the greatest possible distance
from tho scone of their murderous
raids to those reservations in Northern
California, in Oregon and Dakota,
where tho Apaches, bo distributed and
no longer united, would be mado harmless. They are the lowest of all American Indians, the most brutal and incorrigibly ferocious; and the best that
can be done with thein is to pluce thein
whore they will have no power to combine for murder nud ravage.
Pabis, June 10.—Imports to France
for five months show an increaso of
2,000,000 francs, as compared with
the corresponding period last year.
Exports for tbo samo months have decreased 19,000,000 francs ns compared
with tlio snmo months of 1882.
Helena, Mon., June 10.—The first
through train from St, Paul, over the
Northern Pacific, nrrived here at 8.3C
p. m. Regular trains will bo run hero-
after.
Chigauo, Juno 10.— iJVom the present indication it is sufe to assume that
the Northern Pacific will bu completed
by thp last of August, whon through
trams will be run bet Keen St. Paul
and Portland. The road carries free
of charge 150 pounds of baggage on
tho eastern division, nnd 100 pounds
on the western division, and the stage
company carries forty pounds free.
Tho Pullman sleeping aud dining cars
are run between St. Paul aud Helena,
aud tlie Pullman sleeping cars on the
western division.
New York, Juno 17.—Herald;—
"From our St. Petersburg correspondent's interview with Marquis Tseng,
Chinese envoy, it appears there is no
immediate probability of war. The
forces of Riviere, though their commander is dead, still hold the citadel
of Ha Noi. The reinforcements of
Marines from Sargon have reached the
mouth of Red River. Tho task of
avenging the death of Riviere will
soon have been completed. Tho black
flags will be overawed and France will
bo in a position to make a new treaty."
Omaha, June 17.—The fast train
time table on the Union Pacitic goes
into effect July lst. The Pacific express leaves Omaha at noon, arrives at
Ogdon at aix o'clock in the morning,
tho second day. The Atlantic express
leaves Ogdeii at 8.00 in the morning
nnd arrives at Omaha at 7.35 in morning of the second day. These trains
connect with tho Central Pacific, saving ono day between Omaha and San
FranoiBco. They also connoct with
Iowa trains.
St. Petersbubo, Juno 18.—The
festivities in honor of the coronation
of the Czar havo ceasod, with the exception of a foto to be given to Russian
officers to-day by Admiral Baldwin, of
the American navy, on board his flagship.
London, June 20,—In the commons
this afternoon a bill providing for the
application of £250,000 of church surplus fund to aid the Irish sea fisheries,
and particularly to provide harbors,
passed a second reading.
The Channel Tnnnel.    ,
A tall shaft, a steam engine, an air
locomotive and a couplo of wooden
shunt ies mark tho Bpot destir.od, it may
be, tu abut upon the English mouth of
tho channel tunnel, or rather a channel tunnel—for thero are other schemes
afoot to join London and the uxtrem-
OBt point of tho continent of Europe in
a continuous railway journey and without changes of carriages.
A Rembrandt or n Salvator Rosa
might havo dono pictorial justice to
such a scene. Under foot for a great
portion of tho way the ground is almost ankle-deep.ili slush; nnd tho stalwart follows who drag and push tho
trollies— trudging manfully along—
have enough to do to keop their foothold. The travelers for thogreator
length of timo, moving through a dim
twilight, cannot woll mako out thu
feature oven uf those who sit beside
thom. Now and again tho little electric lamps, set In rude niches of tho
naked grey chalk, cast a brilliant but
fugitive light on the passing train.
Then, for awhile, all is again but darkness visible. There are shadows above
and beneath and all around. Looking
backwards or forwards through the
deepening gloom, the traveler sees an
ever-receding, seemingly endless fim-
nell-shaped perspective, Ut at long intervals as with fiery eyes, Onward,
and yet onward—to no sound save the
splashing made by the tall workmen
trampling through mud, and the drip,
drip of the water upon the hood above
our heads—we are dragged and pushed
beneath tho shingle and the sand of
the shore for a time level with the
beach, and then down, a quarter of a
mile deep, post low water mark, under
the bed of the channel.
Tho bore has cut clean through tho
grey chalk in a circle as round and true
as thu inside of a wedding ring. So
thoroughly indeed is tho instrument
adapted to the work and to tho material tliat in dry places it is possiblo to
see the chisel-marks made a couple of
years ago. At intervals along the
route, where it ia feared the water
might come through, tlio sides and
roof havo boen paved with lead or clay,
und hold up witli solid iron bands apparently about eighteen inches wide.
Sometimes, in the fitful flashes of light,
the uyu rests upon falling red rivulets,
liko streams of blood, pouring down
the damp walls. Evor and anon there
are "faults" iu tho clayey chalk not
yot remedied. So wo go on and on,
moments seeming as minutes, until the
electric lamps cease altogether, and
the long, awful cave is enveloped in a
darkness that would bo impenetrable
but for tho glimmer of a few tallow
candles stuck into the bare walla of
the cutting. Even a mile and more
from the mouth of the shaft it is not
difficult to breathe; for the same machinery which works the bore pumps
drives a continuous supply of fresh air
into the seven-foot pipe, which at present forms no more than tho nucleus of
a tunnel. At a distance of 2,300 yards
from tho pit-mouth we como upon a
simple and wonderful piece of machinery which can pierce through the bed
of tho sea with extraordinary celerity
aud at a cost cheaper than is required
for tho making of nn ordinary tunnel
under a hill. By permission of the
president of tho board of trade, the
engineer is allowed to mnke n couple
of turns in order to show our party the
method of its working. Presently we
remounted our uot too comfortable
carriage and pass stooping once more
along the fearsome narrow way; yjm
by spaces of horrible shadows .and
glimpses of welcome light. And finally we are swung up through the shaft
into the outer air, where tho glad sunshine catches the tall cliff's face and
bathes the smiling and yet uubetmyed
channel in an atmosphere of gulden
glory.—London Telegraph.
British Expedition in Africa.
TEACHING THE NATIVE*) A LESSON.
A private communication has beeu
received at Liverpool giving particulars of tho BritiR?* expedition up the
Boom Kitten River,West Africa,which
was undertaken for the purposo of punishing Chief Gpowe and his war boyi
for incursions into British territory,
when govornment officials and traders
were plundered, and for blockading
the roads to trade with tho Big Boom
und Kittam rivers. Deputy Govern
ment Pinkett and the Advocate, Mr.
Tarleton, accompanied tho expedition
whioh was under the command of Inspector Rovington. Tho force left
Freetown, Sierre Leone, on the 12th
ultimo, in tho Colonial Government
Bteamer Prince of Wales, and proceeded up the Sherbro river. At Bonthe
the Acting Commandant and Assistant
Colonial Surgeon, with n detachment
of about 100 armed policemen, joined
the party. Eleven boats were also
added, in which tho forco was to land,
as thu steamer was too deep in her
draught to cross the shallow bars.. On
tho following day, tho forco was put
iiito the b utB, whilo Captain Comp-
ton, com nander of the steamer, also
accompanied tho flotilla in one of his
vessel's boats, in which were the mate
and several seamen. Chief Tucher, of
Ghapp town, joined the expedition,
and in his town the expedition passed
tho next night. Ghapp is a fenced
town, surrounded by stockades, and
before resuming the march on the 14th
the Governor ordered the destruction
of tho stockades, as ho was afraid that
in cass of treachery on the return of
tho expedition the fences might bo
used against his forces. Wymah was
the noxt town reached. Gpowe had
been here in the morning, but fled on
hearing of the approach of the British.
The town was at once occupied and
immediately burnt down, the—stockades, which wero very strongly constructed, falling to the British sappers.
Rockets were fired into an adjacent
wood, nfter which the expedition proceeded in their boats to Toon, The
inhabitants fled into the bush on tho
approach of tho boats, and the force
bivouacked here for the night. On the
15th Hahoon was reached. Tho town
was then occupied by the war-boys of
Gpowe, and some of them were seen
brandishing their weapons, inviting
attack. The forco disembarked at
Barmanco, and marched direct on tho
town of Hahoon and opened fire, also
sending in rockets. The natives were
completely Beared, and fled into the
bush. On their arrival at tho town the
gates wero found to be fastened, and
had to be forced open by tho axmen.
Tho town itself was occupied and then
burnt to the ground, the stockades boing also destroyed. Next day a march
was made on Semahoo, whioh occupied
two hours, through woods, fields of
long grass, and swamps. The people
here had made great preparations for
receiving the enemy, and opened fire
on the British while they wero marching. Several rockets wero fired into
the town, which was soon in flames,
and the expedition, rapidly advancing,
captured.tno war fences, the enemy
being put to flight. The British force
afterwards returned to Barmaco, having to ford two lakes of muddy water,
reaching above the men's wnista. It
washy this route that the natives expected tho expedition, nnd they had
mado extensive preparations to meet
it. It was expected that tho chastisement of the natives would have a very
salutary effect. This is the first time,
it Is believed, that a British force haa
penetrated so far into the interior in
this vicinity, and the natives havo
hitherto believed that thoir towns
were practically impenetrable, After
the expedition, the strength of tho
different British stations on tho Sherbro rivor waa increased. There were
no casualties on the British side, and
it was unknown how many of the enemy liad beon killed. The expedition
returned to Siorro Leone on the 20th
ultimo.
T, lt. Pearson k Co. have received a
full supply of tho new Methodist hymn-
books, all styles and prices, from 3 bite
up.
Surrey Council.
The Council met at the municipal hull
oti tlie 15th inst. as n court of revision;
all the members present. The assessor
read a notice of appeal from Mr. Beaven,
which was not sustained. There wero
several personal appeals against the assessment, a few of which wore allowed.
After the court of revision the Council
went ou with the regular routine business. There were communications from
Hon. H. P. P. Crease, Hon. Juo. Robson, Hon. J, W. Trutch, Messrs. Woods
k Turner, and Mr. J. Orr, C. M. C,
New Westminster. On motion, the
Reeve was appointed a delegate to attend
to the steam forty matter. Ou motion,
the other communications were received
and filed. On motion, Couiu. Shannon
and Boothroyd were appointed to inspect
and accept, if completed according to
specifications, the several works performed by Mr. Henry Davis on Hall's Prairie
road. Ou motion, tho Road Tax bylaw
was reconsidered and adopted. Ou motion, the Clerk waa instructed to pay the
following accounts, viz,—Balance due on
Haigh's trail contract, $100; contract on
•Semiahmoo read, $100; Johnston read
contract, $70; Hall's Prairie road contracts, 897.50. On motion, $25 was ap-
J reprinted towards opening a road into
. Jezituer's place at Hall's Prairie, On
motion, Council adjourned until Friday,
July 13, nt 1 o'clock.
Files! Files! Files!
Catch 'em alive I Why buy when you
can go to Webb's aud get Flies, Lines,
Rods, Heels, and every kind of tackle
thnt will catch fish. [ jc9-3m.
One of Many. — Mr. It. W. Cot-mi-
chael, Chemist and Druggist of Belleville, writes as follows:—"Your Burdock
Blood Bitters have a steady sale, are
patronized by the best families here and
surrounding country, and all attest to
its virtues with unqualified satisfaction,"
A Minister')* Evidence. — The all
prevalent malady of civilized life is Dyspepsia. Rev. W. E. Gifford, of Both-
well, was cared of dyspepsia and liver
complaint that rendered hia life almost
a burden. Tho cure was completed by
three bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters,
A Voice from the United States.—
I havo suffered for the last 20 years with
Dyspepsia and General Debility, and
tried many remedies, hut with littlo success until I used Burdock Blood Bitters,
when relief was quick aud permanent.
A, Lough, Alpena, Michigan, U.S.
What Every Person Suoold Know.
The grand outlets of disease from the
system nre tho Skin, the Bowels, and the
Kidneys, Burdock Blood Bitters is the
most va f-, pleasant uud effectual purifier
aud health-restoring tonic in the world.
Trial Wtles 10 cents.
SW IT. IX. Pearson k Co. wish to draw
attention to the fact that they are pro-
Snrad to take subscriptions for all Caua-
ian, American and British newspapers
aud periodicals at publishers' prices,
without charging additional for remittance of money.—-Adv.
During Dr. Welsh's stay iu the upper
country Dr. Henderson will attend to
tho practice in New Westminster. Their
office, over Curtis ft Co.'s Drug Store,
will be ready for occuponcy in n few
days. '   *
Resources.—A full supply of tlmt
excellent monthly, "Tlie Resources of
British Columbia," at T. R. Pcarsou k
Co.'s It is just the tiling to send your
friends.   25 cts. per copy,—•riffp.
The establishment of Cheap Jack at
Chilliwhack solves the problem what energy, determination, and u good use of
the talents to which we are heir will accomplish,—Adv.
T. R. Pearson k Co. will receive subscriptions for that excellent monthly,
Resource* of British Columbia, §2 a year.
A full supply of the first numbers on
hand.—A dv.
f    t    9
For all troubles of tho Throat, use
Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. iu another column.
Blackberry Cordial cures Dysentery,
Flux, Cholera Morbus, and summer complaints. Sold only by D. S. CurtlsftCo.*
Pocket Cutlery.—T. R. Pearson k
Co. have received an assortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England.
The cheapest placo iu town to buy
your Drugs aud Medicines-—Herring s
Drugstore.—Ad v.
For diseases leading to Consumption,
use Allen's Lung Balsam. See adv. in
another column.
Tho Ranchers' Papoose believes in tho
motto that Luck is a fool and Pluck's a
horo,—Adv.
D. S. Curtis k Co. have the best and
cheapest stook of Drugs on tho mainland.*
August Flower and German Syrup, 75
cents, at Herring's drug store, *
Kennedy's Medical Discovery, 81.75,
at Herring's drug storo. *
Buy your Lamp (ioods and Coal Oil
from D. S. Curtis k Co. *
New Fish Market!
H
JAMES TAFFAHDALE
AS JUST OPENED A NEW FISH
Market on
FRONT  8TREET,
East of tho Holbrook House, whore will
bo found a full supply of Fish of all
kinds and of the best quality.
Purchases delivered iu any part of the
city.   A call is solicited. mh28tc
j
T
|HE ABOVK REWARD WILL BE
X paid to any person giving inform.,
tion tliat shall lead to tne apprehension
and conviction of the party or parties
who fired oh* tho gun at the Battery on
the night of the 23rd inst.
G. PITTENDRIGH, Captain,
Commanding Seymour Artillery.
New Westminster, 25th May, 1883.   [lm
To T-tHAUs, Comflaimtb Md Accnnm
which Hagyaw'. Y.uow Oil is puru-
t*ed to cur. er relieve either iu HAH «.
Bust.
tajik untimUY roi
caoup, | covam,
CRAMPS, ISOBSsTMBOAT,
ASimtA, I COCDS, Ac.
tmin ixtiiiittir ns
XBMUMATtSM,
CfflLMLAWS,
SWELLtKeS,
OAILK,
LAMXmUS,
OOUXBACaOKS
LVStBAOO,
BEAsnaas,
BPSAnrs,
HMCMALOZA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOXXTS,
frost mix,
CORKS,
RRVISE8,
ITCH,
rAixiXBACX,
rAHftnsn>R,m,
Every hottl. lumMMd to gin utUteA*
tion or nOMy wand .d,
MIHTIMI -rTM UN UtTO MM M»
T.*-nMUBW*W,fi-**-*eUt«f
TOKOMTO, MT.
NOTICE.
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB-
sence from the City, Mr. A. J.
Toi.mik will manage the business of tlie
Holbrook House; aud I hereby give notice that I will bo responsible for no
debts contracted without bis written
order,
J. W. HENNESSY.
New West., Jan, 2,1883. jy3
Notice to Farmers.
-Fig's!   .Fig's!
THE MARKET PRICE IN CASH
will be paid all the year round by
the undersigned for Lire Hogg from 100
to 200 pounds each, aud to be iu fat condition. Sellers will be informed of the
points at which hogs are to he delivered
by steamer.   Apply immediately te
KWONG LEE ft CO.,
je20-lm] Yale, B. C.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tho Moodyvillo Saw Mill Company
{limited) intend to moke application to
the Chief Commissioner ot Landa and
Works for permission to purchase 200
acres (more or less) of land in New Westminster District, described as follows:
Commencing at the southeast corner of
the Indian Reserve, north of steep cliffs
situate on Shoal Channel, at the entrance
of Howe 'Sound; thence wost eighty
chains; thence south thirty chains;
thence east to the shore line of Howe
Sound; thence in a northeasterly direction, following the mcauderings of shore
line to point of commencement, containing two hundred acres, more or less.
MOODYVILLE SAW MILL CO.,
(Limited.)
Per B. Spkinoer, Manager.
New Westminster, B.C., May 26,1883.
my30-2m
HARMLESS TO THE MOST DELICATE.
In
It approaches so near a specific that
"Ninety-five" per cent, are permanently
cured where the directions are strictly
complied with.
There is no chemical or other ingredients to harm the young or old.
As an Expectorant it has no Equal,
It Contains no Opiums
ANY FORM.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PERRY DAVIS -ftiuN A LAWRENCE,
Sole Agents,
montekal.
 mygHin	
HARVESTING
M O W E B S :
MODEL BUCKEYE,
Canadian Make.
REAPERSi
BUCKEYE,
American Make.
SULKY     RAKES:
SELF-DUMPING ITHICA,
Canadian Make.
CHAMPION
American Mako,
PLOWS;
STEEL & IRON PLOWS
American Make.
GILPIN'S SULKY PLOWS
GRANT'S FAN MILLS
American Make.
AGRICULTURAL TOOLS,
A largo assortment, and the largest
stock in tho Province of
-Solo Agents for—
Mattos,Mw^:Tj6
VATES STREET, VICTORIA.
jtU-to.
D. B. GRANT,
Queen St.,' - Fort Moody
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Boots & Shoes, &c.
HAVING OPENED OUT A LARGE
assortment in tbe above lines, the
subscriber is prepared to supply the
people at the Terminus' City and else
wherewith everything generally found
in a first-class store. All goods sold at
the lowest cash prices.
t'MUiW •■Ills .f all KlSelk
apHto D. B. GRANT.
RANGES
STOVES,
TINWARE.ETC.ETC
Brass Cocks, Valves, Steam Gauges, Pipe
and Pipe Fittings iu Endless
Variety.    All kinds of
SHIP AND HOUSEWORK AND
GENERAL JOBBING
Done in neatest style and most thorough
manner.
Home Fmndflhing Booito
Of every description on hand.
CANNERY SUPPLIES
And work a specialty.
E.S.SCOULLAR&CO
'Wholesale dealers k Manufacturers,
Columbia   Street,   New Westminster.
 inyllMc,
S. CLARK, H, 1).
JI Ul Villi UUWl/Ul
DIRECT fflPOETERS
And wholesale and retail dealers in
Drngs&Chemicals,
Patent Medicines, Perfumer)*,
DYE STUFFS,
Lamps and Lamp Goods, etc.
00s of Every Description.
Solo Agents for
"SKID GREASE."
COLUMBIA STREET,
Ono door from Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.G.
myO-tc.
ire You Insured!
If not, insure in tlie
LIFE
LOW RATES,
LARGE BONUSES,
SAFE INVESTMENT.
[From the Globe, May 1st, 1889.1
THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE
Director* of the Confederation Life
Insurance Company ts a moro than usu-
ally interesting document of the kind.
It ihows 1,513 new policies for 1882, assuring (S,6U),!I87. The total number of
nolicies is uow 6,367, assuriug $9,909,240.
Notwithstanding the large sum paid out
in cash profits to policy-holders, the ft.
nancial statement snows a handsome increaso iu the cash assets, There woro
during tbe year 34 deaths, involving tho
sum of &1.656. Tho results of thequln-
quenniat allotment of profits have given
unalloyed satisfaction to the policy-holders, and the valuation of the Company's
liabilities hoi been done independently
by Mr. Carpmael, their regular actuary;
by Mr. Cherriman, Dominion Inspector
oi Insurance; and by Mr. Homans, a
New York actuary, Tho net valuations
by these three authorities are 8739,230,
8(27.297, and 8700,262 respectively—an
exhibit well calculated to show the
foundationless nature of ths attacks
made upon tho Company.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
New Westminster, B. C,
Sole Ajent. for Britith Cdttmalt.
mySS-to. fortifi.
-For the Columbian.]
The invitation.
Summer reigns on hill will meadow-
Over all the sunlight l™, ,   ,   ,
Checkered through tie trees .lark shadow; ;,      ..
High the rapid swallow tlies,
And »mong the woodland bowers
Are carpefi thick of varied flowers.
Evening Kittles slowly down-
Done the heatandtoilofdayi
Lightly nods its lofty crown.
The foxglove growing liy the way!
Hark! bells are ringing from the town.
Loudly sings the nightingale
From tho dusk of leafy trees.
0, Love, come   wander through the
Day's'ho'ot is past, cool blows tlio
breeze. ,, ,
From many a hedge tlie blossoms glow.
Come, 0, iny Love! come with me go.
The Sundajquestion.
As tho summer season approaches,
arraiiK-enieiiU begin to bo mado for
Sunday excursions and other recreations on tho Lord's Day. Unless strong
tnd vigorous opposition is made by the
Christian community, the™ aro those
in our midst who would destroy coin
pletelytho quiet and sanctity of our
Canadian Sabbath. Wo trust that nil
desecrations of tho Sabbath durniR tho
coming summer, by running excursion boats, otc, will bo made absolutely impossible by boing placed under
the ban of tho law. We aro pleased
to notice in an advertisement in tho
Toronto papers that the Superintendent of tho Grand Trunk railway has
ordered the discontinuance of all local
Sunday trains between Toronto and
Stratford. This is a step in the right
direction. Wo notice also, in an
Amorican exchange, that Colonel Bennett H. Young, tho new President of
the Louisville, New Albany and Chicago Railroad, believing that Sunday
is adapted to conductors, engineers,
and brakesmen as woll as to railroad
■"residents, has ordered tho stopping
of all freight traiiiB, except such os
deliver perishable goods. He declares
that there shall be no more Sunday
. excursions ovor his road. We recommend his commendable action to the
attention of all authorities of Canadian
railroads.
A now law in reference to the hull-
day question went into force in New
York City last week. It aims at prohibiting all labor and truffle not required to meet tho necessities, and promote
the health and comfort of tho people;
and requires that no'him; should bo
done to disturb tho order and quiot of
the day, so as to interfere with its
religious usob. The N. Y. 2Vi6«lve recently published the opinions of several
representative ministers of the city on
Sunday observance. The following
are a fow of tho views expressed, which
„ro of considorablo interest. Dr. Howard Crosby said; ' 'Personally, I bellevo
in a strict Puritanical Sabbath, and
such I observe ovory week; but I have
no right to force my belief on others,
or make my belief the guide of their
conduct." Rev. Robert Collyev, for
the Unitarian Church, said: "Stop ull
work which can he stopped, and let
tho toilers rest. Open all tho fountains freely of a Bweot aud wholesome recreation. Mako our churchos
the sweetest and most wholesome,
if we can; so the people will
go there as wild pigeons go to a
wheat stack. Out-bid, out-general,
and out-6ght tho things wo think nre
hurtful, but beware how we, as Churchmen, cry the law on them." Dr. Wm.
- Taylor, of the Congregational Church,
insisted that Christians themselves
must determine whether we aro to
have a Christian Sunday nr not. He
urged them to make tho day tho happiest of the week in their homes. "Let
them prize it for its intellectual and
spiritual stimulus iu the Iioubo of God,
as woll as for its physical rest. Lot
them avoid all travelling for business,
and all patronage of amusement on its
weekly recurrence. Let them regard
it and bo seen and known to regard it
not as a restraint to be chafed under,
but as a precious blessing joyfully
prilled; and with all this let them multiply manifold thoir exertions for tho
Christianization of their fellow-citizens." Dr. H. 0. 'Many, of the Methodist Church, thought tho observance
of Sunday in New York, on the whole,
is remarkably orderly and hopeful.
Christianity itself, in the person of its
Founder, revolted from tho methods
of observance practised in his day, and
in teaching that "the Sabbath was
mado for man," advanced the best interests of the world by showing a more
excellent way of using it. Dr. Ormis-
ton, of tho (Dutch) Reformed Church
took strong grounds in favor of legislative restrictions; the poople will not
keep Sunday unless required to do so
by law. which are rigidly enforced. >
Dr. Armitage, of tho Baptist Church,
thought there was no mure danger of
Sunday sinning out of sight in secular
pursuits than of the institutions of
religion dying out. He believed in
laws to require the irreligious and
thoughtless to preserve ordor.—Christian Guardian.
 4* .	
A Tale of Telegraphic Ticking.
A well-to-do young man recently
married and started wost on his bridal
tour. The happy young couple wero
breakfasting at a station catnip limine.
During the repaBt two smart Alecks
camo into the eating room and seated
themselves opposite the contracting
parties. They were telegraph operators. By delicate poising of their
knife and fork thoy were able to make
Bounds in close imitation of telegraphy.
In the mystic language of tlio key ono
said unto the other:
"Ain't she a daisy, thought"'
The party thus addressed replied
by clicking off;
"Wouldn't I like to kiss her, tho
little fat angel!"
"Wonder who that old bloat is that
she hns married 1"'
"Some gorgeous stranger, I reckon,"
replied the other.
The groom stood it until forbearance
Ceased to be a virtue, when he also
balanced his knife, and click, click it
want in rapid succession. It was intelligible to tho very cute twain that
had recently mado fun of its author,
When interpreted it read:
"Deak Sirs: I am superintendent
of the telegraphic line upon whioh you
work. Vou will please send your time
• to head-quarters and resign your positions at onoe,   Yours,   Sitkhinti;nii-
BMT OF TKI^JUPH."	
Y Wasg, the Welsh paper of Fitts-
burg, has suspended, its failure is
owing to V wwch tfrdd mawrswych
estesad y wffowffwohdffryn. Just ns
we expeoted. —Norrittown, Herald.
-m- —   	
Eating onions not only prevents the
lips from chapping- but alio keeps the
chaps from lipping.
High license.
Tho new movement in the interest
of temperance is of n more practical
nature than many of the preceding efforts in tho same direction. Tho principles upon which it is bused, however,
cannot be said to be fully determined.
The general form which it takes is that
of high license. In Ohio, the Republicans champion what i» known as the
Scott law. In that enactment tho
principle of high license is set up. It
also makes the premises responsible
for the payment of tho licenses. In
Illinois, it is believed that the legislature now in session will pass a law permitting high license. In Chicago,
they are figuring on the scheme thus:
Thoro are now 4,000 saloons paying,
each, a license of $52, or about 8200,-
000 annually. With high license the
number of aaloons will be reduced to
3,000, but the revenue will bo increased to 91,600,000.
The same question iB also up in California. Under tho county government bill passed by the last legislature,
tho Supervisors in oach county are invested with complete power over licenses. In subdivision 27 of section
25, they are authorized "to licenso for
purposes of regulation and revenue all
and every kimi of business not prohibited by law, and transacted and carried
on in Biich county; mid ull shows, exhibitions and lawful games, carried oil
therein; to fix the rates nf Hoonse tax
upon the same and to provide for tho
collection of the samo by suit or othorwiso." The Supervisors did not enjoy
this power under the old Constitution
and tho County Government bill passed
in subordination to it. The new
County Government act, so far as its
powers and principles aro concerned,
wont into effect on the 14th of May.
In pursuance of the authority conferred by it, the Supervisors of sovoral
of the interior counties havo set up tho
principle of high license. Steps havo
beon taken in one of the southern
counties to test tho numerous constitutional questions to which the measure
has given rise. If the act should bo
adjudged to bo constitutional, the further question would be brought up as
to whether it is applicable to San Francisco,
It is possible to tax tho retail liquor
business out of existence altogether.
Taxes could be fixed at a figure that
would render tho uso of liquor impossible, except on the sly. But this
does not appear to bo the purposo of
the moVement in question. Tlie calculations of the large revenue to be
derived from the business in various
places is proof of that fact. But in
the moral point of view only one effect
can be reckoned upon with certainty- -
tho decrease of the number of saloons
and possibly a second—viz., a rise iu
the pflco of liquors. The proposition Yi%
to he determined is, whether the creation of these conditions will promote
the cause of temperance. One thing
may bu said in this connection: if the
experience of other nations is worth
anything, a discrimination iu favor of
wino and beer would reduce largely
the amount of -drunkenness. Thero
are many facts going to show that that
would provo the firat step toward
greater temperance.—S, F, Bulletin.
In a Dreadful Plight.
As the steamer Quobec, ou her first
trip of tho season, was at Prince Arthur's Landing, a man named Singleton, keeper of the lighthouse on Passage Island, was killed by the cars on
the track of tho C. P. R. Tho unfortunate man was walking on the wharf,
and stumbled on the track hi front of
the train, wliich ran pv-r his body,
literally cutting it in two. He had
started from his home iu a small sailboat as soon as navigation opened, aud
came to Prince Arthur's Landing, 40
miles, to purchase supplies for his
family, the unusual length of tho win-
tor having reduced hia provisions to a
very small compass. When the Quebec passed the island, en her return
trip, a bell was rung in the lighthouse,
which was taken by the captain of the
Quebec to be a signal for lielp. The
steamer was immediately stopped and
a boat lowered and manned, Captain
Moore himsolf taking command. When
they reached the lighthouse they found
the keeper's wife and five children in a
famishing condition. They had been
without ffKtd for five days, and on short
allowance for several days before.
They wero hardly able to stand. Captain Moore ordored an ample supply
of provisions from the Quebec for the
family, but did not, owing to the weak
condition of Mra. Singleton, communicate to her the death of her husband,
in such a shocking mariner,—Hamilton Times
NEW WESTMINSTER, 11. 0.,
TjEGS TO NOTIFY THK KKHIDKNTM
Ij of New Westminster arid vicinity that
lie i-i.* Imported direct (rom London, England, a sjil-'iiilid assortment of
PERFUMES,
I-ubln's Purls perfumes $1 00 |>ur bot
E Piiiiiud's do 1 00 per bot
Kimilii'IN l-milon do, isOe uud    "."»per bot
Glower's do,50onnd    75 por uot
Hovonder's do, Kc, .Be and    r-o per bot
Maria Farina's Eau do Cologne, small size     ,ri0 per b<it
Hoyt's Ean de Cologne, large., 1 oo per bot
Hoyt's Eau de Cologne, small    JJfiporuot
Murray & I.an muir* Florida
Water.     To per bot
DAJjMAHOY'KOUHIpUS ESSENCE,
Tlio most lusting perfume ki.mv.i,*;! 60.
.1 A- E ATKINSON'S WHITE KOBE
PERFUME,
Tliv only gold medul highest award for
HiiKllttlt perfumery, *1 00 por bottle,
Killed Willi sails irmly for USB.IJOe, 7,V and
§1 IK) per bolt le.
JEAN VINCENT nULI-Y-S PRIXH MED*
A[■ TOILET VIXEOAU,
For dolly ablutions u fow drops poured Into tlii! waterbi'forcwHsliingwlll neutralizo
any Impurities, refresh the skin uml restore il to its presllno freshness nnd bloom.
For the month, a few drops with wuternet
as an excellent denllfrlee, preserving the
gums and teeth, and liy imparling a sweet
und lU-Helonsodorto the lireatb Ik li.vul
liable In smokers.   It Is also splendid for
removing pimples from the fiieo. Prle
7"n- por bottle.
IMPORTED TOILET SOAPS.
ltose l-rliitunlore Snap—lhe most de
Ili-lons perfume More espeehdly reeom-
iiu'iidi-il to ladies mul to mothers of families for the toilet of children. :l cakes In u
box, TiOu per box, or sent, by mnll to tiny
pari of Uritish Colombia, postage puiil, for
"«• per box. One trial of this soap will
give satisfaction.
A vory superior Olycorine Soap, ii cukes
in a box, .'tic.  Highly perfumed.
Hovenden's London Soaps, Bcnkos In a
box (Almond, Honey and Windsor),^
und .'lie per box,
Hovenden's Mitehuin Soap, recommended not only for Its quality and dell-
eate perfume, but also for Ita refreshing
and cooling elti-et upon the skin. :i cakes
In a Ikix for 50c. Rout hy-mall, postage
paid, 75c,
Pear's Transparent Toilet Soups, 950 per
eake; sent by mull, liOe.
Pear's Transparent Shaving Sticks, lu a
very alee box, .Th? per stiek; sent by mull,
ftOo. Over 1IH) yoars established us the
ek-anest and best preparation for shaving.
Itoehni's Transparent Soups, 11 very line
arl lele, 23o per cpk'o; shaving sticks, i*n\ lu
a very iilcu box.
udei
c por
Emollient Shaving Soup
Wright's Coal Tar soap (.London), the
only eoal tar soap reeoiuuiended liy Ihe
entire medieal faculty. For the nursery
und Ihe toilet this soap Is invaluable. It
tins received the hlgliesl commemlatlo'.i:
from tbe entire medieal profession. It il
unrivalled for shaving; ite per cuke, or '■0c
for.'! cukes.
(Illssadernuis, u balsamic cream for
shavhi1-' without the use of soapor water.
Sold In collapsible lubes, flOeeach; sent by
mnll,ll0e.
Dim! Importation
rDununi
«WINE * SPIRIT MERCHANT. P
L UIIUHI1
BEGS TO INFORM THK RESID-
ents of New Westminster and vicinity thnt lie is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
GOVERNMENT  NOTIC<-R.
COUNTY COURT.
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.      GOVERNMENT   NOTICES.
THE
HAIR   OILS
ANI)  TOILET  PREPARATIONS.
Otto of ltose Pomade made lu London,
Hay Hum Pomade made In Paris.
Aud other kinds of pomades.
White Hose Drlllhmtliie.
Lime Jllico and Glycerine,
Hovenden's Hair Restorative, 7(1 <
Ayer's Hlllr Vigor, $1.
Biirnrtl's Coconino- 31; small sis-i
Ituiidolluc for the Hair.
ltose Hnlr Oil.
First-class assortment nf Loudon lialr
A good assortment of CoHlhntlqiies,
While, Itluek and Brown,
qjyeerlno Cold Cream, Me per hot.
Vaseline Camphor Ioo, ile per bol.
Cold Cream of Hoses, ti'ie per Isil.
(iosiit'11's Cherry Tooth Panic, .JOc.
Hovenden's Olio of Hose Tooth Paste, !W
Hovenden's Tooth Powders,
Violet Powder.
Violet powder Boxes, 25c and wo each.
ruts.
>, IU! -jf
oils.
BEUSHES.
A splendid assortment of Tooth Brushes
made in Loudon to order, i!5e nnd .'He each.
A large ussnrtineni of Halt* Brushes from
flOc lo *l each.
Dr. Scntl's Kleelrle Hair Brush, sent, by
■nail, postpaid, for 84.
A good assortment tif Null Hruslios,* 83c
ami Wo each.
Hair cutting Combs and dressing Combs
iV und Wo each.
Shaving Brushes, a*«, 'Be, flOc and 7*w
each.
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which he will supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In QuRiilltlfH In Suit Cintnme rs.
Also, in constant rocolpt. direct from
W. A. Ullliv'.,   I.ini.loii
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
COIiTJlit"BIJi.   BTBMBI,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI
tlie  next  sitting  of  tho  County
Court will lie holil on Wciliiesdiiv, Tune
•J'/tli, 1881
Dated .Inne 5th, 188:1.
I*. A. .TENNS,
Registrar County Court,
jell-td New Wetitmilister.
I'uiilillriitiiiii ami Rt-glstruiliiii
of Voters Act, l««.
Bt'iutAHD Inlet Polmnc Division Klku-
TORAL DISTRICT OF NKW WESTMINSTER.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, IN
i\ accordance with cluuse 0, aub-see-
tiou "f,"of the ''Qualification ami Registration of Voters Act, 1870," that I
shall hold a Court of Revision for the
llui-ranl Inlet Rolling Division District
of New Westminster, at the court house,
Granville, ou Monday, the Uth dny of
August, loH'-t, at 12 o'clock noon,
.1. MILLEI1, Collector.
Burrflrd Inlet, 4th June, 1883.     | je(l-ttl
Notice to Clttlmuius of lund.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT,
■VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
11 the undermentioned lauds in New
Westminster District have heen survey wl
and a map of same can he seen nt the
otlice of J. C. Hughes, Emi., Commissioner, New Westminster, ami nt the Lands
nnd Works Ollice, Victorin, where forms
nf proof ami declaration can he procured.
Qp.    Niitnu.     i'l'i-.-.ni lire No.     Onto.
41!) !„.B Mi'D'-tuil-l Hiin Jffli 'JI, 't!0
474 1 ,.S Mo-Inmilil l-iirtMKI Aim it, '71
4i0 1....I Uettushu Ms Nov 86, '08
Tho ahove mentioned parties, or any
other claimants to tho ahove described
lauds, must prove up thoir claims within
three mouths from date of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Cliief Commissioner of Lauds ft Works.
Lauds k Works Department,
. Victoria, B, C, 25th April, 18811.
(my2m3)
Notice to Claimants of Lund.
KAMLOOPS    DIVISION
DISTRICT.
YALK
Sl.tttKT.MnV Ot'Nil.,
L-Hrd May, 1883.
IH HONOUR tlm Lieutcuniit-Gov-
emorhuB heen pleased to appoint
KicHAitn Irvini: Bbntlky, Esquire,
M. B., to he Medical Officer of the Royal
Columbian Hospital ami of tlie Asylum
for the Insane, New Westminster. ,je2ml
H"
Education IIhanuh of
Provincial Skorbtauy'h Department.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Annual Examination of Candidates for CerlificatcB of ipialiticatinu to
teach in tho Public Schools of the Province will he held ut Victoria, in the
Legislative Hall, coiiiinoiiciiig oil Tuesday, oth July, at I p. in.
C. 0. McKENZIE,
my 1 i'til       Superintendent of Education.
Provincial Skouktahy'h Owiok,
10th May, 1883.
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has heen pleased to make the
following appointments:—
Andrew Charlks Elliott, Esrpiire,
to he a Stipendiary Magistrate for the
Province of British Columbia.
Honor Wilson, of McDame Creek,
uml .loHKi-H Clkahihue, of Laketon, Es-
quires, to he Justices of the Peace for
tlie Electoral District of Cassiar.
Ciiaulkh AniHums Skmlis, Esquire,
of Cache Creek, to tie a Notary Public in
the Province ot British Columbia.
my2,1-lm
Provincial Secretary's Office,
4th June, 1S83.
HIS HONOUR tho Lieutenant-Governor has hi'i'ii plensctl to make
tho following appointments:—
William Ross, Esquire, to be Immigration Agent at New Westminster.
William Eraser Tolmie, Esquire, J.
P., nnd Hector. McKen/je Stramberg,
Esquire, B. A., to he examiners, to uct
with the superintendent of Education at
the approaching Examination of Public
School Teachers.
Francis Thomas Chili*,  of Sooko,
Esquire, to he a Justice of the Peace for
the Electoral District of Esqnimalt,
jell-1 III
QiMllflcnlioii and Keglslrnlloii
of Voters Act, 1876.
New Wes'i'minhter City District,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undermentioned lots iu Kamloops Division of Yalo District, have
been surveyed, and a map nf same can
lie setut at the ofiiee of G, C. Tunstall,
Esq., L'oimnissioncr, Kamloops, and, at
the Lands and Works Office, Victoria,
where forms tif proof and declaration can
be obtained,
l.nt.llr|i. Niitar*.   I'rr-Niit-tfmi Hit.No.    Bate
44ii,   1, A.B.Hiiwm*,       1.070,      Dai. 8,1817
441,   1, HhiiuM Wulkw,   1,(148,      Mav 4, "
44-1,    1, A.M<-C.mii'<lll       1,011'J,       Oct, IS.1K7H
4*1,   1, K.Urlfflii, 1,071,      Di'C-iS.1877
The above or any other claimants to
the above mentioned lots must prove up
their title to same within threo months
from date of this notice.
WM- SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lauds ft Works,
binds ft Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, April 10th, 1888.
(apl8m3fil)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, IN
accordance with clause !), sub-section "f," of tlie "Qualification und Registration of Voters Act, 1870," that I
shall hold a Court of Revision for the
District of New Westminster City, at
the Court House, New Wosttuinator, on
Monday, the Uth day nf August, 1881), at
12 o'clock noon.
J.C. HUGHES, Collector.
New Westminster, May Slflth, 1883.
■■■yao-td
Qutttlfl-rntlon and Resist ration !
of Voters Act, 1870.
New Westminster District,
PUBLICJPCE.
mHE GOVKliNMENT OK BRITISH
J. Columbia have appropriated $750,
for the fiscal year commencing Ist July,
1883, in aid of a llesideut Physician unit
Surgeon ut ('Hilton, 11. C,, who will also
be entitled to receive fees for practice.
None but persons holding a Diploma
from some reongnized college need apply,
.INO. IIOBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Viotoria, It. C, 22d May, 1883.
Iuy30-lm.
[US.]
CLEMENT F, CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, hy the Grace of God, of tho
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Ireland, Queen,  Defentloi-
of the Kaith, ftc, ftc, ftc.
To all to whom tliese  presents shall
coiiic-Grektino.
A PROCLAMATION.
Alex. E. B. Davie, \ TITHEREAS,
Attorney-General J VV by n Proclamation, bearing date the I'Vmrth day of
March, iu tlie yuur of Our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and seventy-
three, it was ordered and proclaimed
that "The County Courts Extension Act,
1873," should, from aud after the date of
said proclamation, have full force anti
effect in the Electoral District of Cariboo,
except that portion thereof known as the
Oiniueca Polling Division, and iu the
Electoral District of Kootenay.
And whereas, it is expedient that such
Order ami Proclamation should, as tn the
Electoral District of Cariboo, ne revoked.
NOW KNOW YE that Wo do order
and proclaim that, from and after the
dato hereof, the said Order and 1'rocla-
mrtion shall, us to the Electoral District of
Cariboo, be revoked.
In testimony whereof, We have caused
these Our Letters to lie made Patent, and
tlio Great Seal of the Province of British-
Columbia to be hereunto affixed: Witness, the Honourable CLEMENT V.
CORNWALL, Lieutenant-Governor of
the said Province of British Columbia, in
tliu City of Victoria, iu the said Province,
this Eighteenth day of May, iu the year
of Our Lord oite thousand eight hundred
and eighty-three, and iu the forty-sixth
year of Oui'llcigu.
liv Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
myJIO-lin] Provincial Secretary,
iviMili
PURE-BRED
STALLION
"GLENGARRY."
T/GKS'J* PRIZE AT OREGON STATU
J' nnd District Pairs. Dam and Sire
imported from Scotland. Bright diippU-
liay; 17 hands; weight, 1800 llm. Will
make the season, 1st May to 1st August,
rVii'    '
at Gonzide's Farm, near Victoria.
TERMS: §2fij due  lst Aug.   Itisur-
pin
liir
g.
■un*1 -St'i, due when mare iu foal; pasture,
ftl per week. Half steamboat hires allowed to mares from a distance. Every
precaution taken to avoid accidents, but
at rink of owners of marcs.
.1. D, PEMBERTON,
inliMtc . P.O.Victoria, Box,.,4'i,
nud -■
UK. MINTIK will
ITVO
irri'i-
NOTICE.
MAN-
lettveH
Ml!. JAMKS W. irAl'YKY
UHul- Eur .Tunica Kllnnl kCi'
for Kiiylaiel nn .Timo 1st. It is absolutely essential tlint nil nceiiunts tlne Jnine-s
Kllnnl k Co. lie imiil not Inter thnn .lime
JAMES H1.I.AH1* k CO.
:iatii
Now Wcs'ii
liter, B.C..
iilv23.til.
HniMlml Hollars i»r »•■•••" ni
ml   Vltlll ItlWtOrotlVI! (unil'''
liln B|,eeliil nitvlee und IreiilinenlJwHI nm
eni-e ne Inr niiyllii' i: impure urllljlirinlle
fonni II. lill. MISTtK trenle nil 0I<-
cnsei inet'esefullr wltlmitt nien-nrj
COIIeUilllllllll fl'OI). TlK.iollali elHiiii-
nntinu mill ndVire, $B'00. Pliee n'Tltlll
Rcstorntlrr, *:l "" » imiHe, nr I'niir
"0-110; senl  In ,i \
ii, mil 0 IK,
ml   il: nrivnle
K, MINTIK,
lill. MINTIK
-ml ii lull nml
iriiiililim nlili
(ill! einnwot
led. eernrel.v
nirioHity.
(-. O It.'tniiiil
0 (us ii ninir-
nntee nl' gnnil luilli). vhlrb will lie lie.
dueled when th" neckline Is ,lii[i|nd.
SAMPW BOTTI.K Kiml*--Sinil un
iipplietillon hy liner slnlhiR seinjilo.ms.
si's tunl lige. nniniiiunieilllons mrletlj
eoiiiidelilinl. jiiylll-ly
II lienrne., .Slreel, Snt, l',-ii„,-i.e,,. ,'nl.
400 (ieiiry sirrH,
Snu Krnnt-lst-o.t'al
illlW 1
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SIO'iio
iddress
secnie
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in in e
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, eut.t.
.1 ,1,-ii
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■run
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IlillllH-
Ht.KI
110,11
1   llieil'
$25 00,
nml
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inn   n
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e  iv
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1 ■ Xl'ile
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DR.LIEBIG,
-..\,::r
Great Empires or the Eartlt.
Apropos of the land hunger whieh
appears tu be troubling more than one
nation ut tho presont time, a few
figures may bo of interest. The livo
principal nations of tho world at this
moment in point of territory, are tho
British, the Russian, the Chinese, the
Brazilian and tho United States, in
tho order above mentioned. Thu British Empire (according to tho last edition of Whittakorj covers 8,98*J,177
square miles nf the surface of tho earth.
Russia may be said to stand alone with
England in tho Hist class of status embracing large avum Her territory
amounts tu 8,325,093 square miles.
The Chinese Empire is said to cover,
Jn round numbers, 4,540,000 square
miles. For Brazil and tho United
States the figures are, respectively,
3,288,000 and 3,002,851 square milus,
With respect to population, the British
Empire otill comes first, with 305,400,-
000; tho Chinese, according to the
latest estimates, would come second,
with about 270,000,000. the Russian
noxt, with 100,038,342. Tlio population of tho United States in 1883 is
reckoned at 52,000,000. In this particular race Brazil is nowhere, her population numbering about 10,200,000.
Now Guinea is not included in tho
foregoing estimate of the superliceies
of tho British Empire,
A Voice fiiom tiik United Sta'J'ks.—
I havo suffered for the last '20 yoars with
Dyspepsia and General Debility, and
tried many remedies, but with little success until I used Burdock Blood Bitters,
when relief was quick and permanent.
A. Louoh, Alpena, Michigan, U.S.
What Evkry Fbbrok Should Know,
The grand outlets of disease from the
system aro tho Skin, tho Bowels, and the
Kidneys. Burdock Blood Bitters is tho
most safe, pleasant and effectual purifier
and health-restoring tonic in the world.
Trial bottles 10 cents,
BAZOES.
A lirst-class assortment of Kuzors, imported direct from Sheffield. I will send
any person a good Barber's Concave Ba-
xor by mail at Sl.iiO each. I have sold
the same kind of Razor at glnO, but
having imported a large stock direct
from the manufacturer, enables me to
sell cheap for cash, whereas, before I
imparted from San Francisco, and I
could not sell them for less than $".'.50
each. I have a large stock of Itazors
from SI to $4 each.
Pocket Knives from I'.'jC to $2 each.
FIFES.
A splendid assortment of Meerschaum
Pipes, I! It D Briarwood I'ipes, Amber,
Ivory and Horn Mouthpieces.
A good assortment of Collar Studs nud
Cull' Buttons.
M3&
NKW    SCHEDULE
-FOU—
WHITE  LABOR
—OX   THK—
Canadian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $I2~> 00)  per month.
Hock Foremen... .$3 fiO to .*4 0u W day
Earth Foremen... 2 50 to   3 fiO     "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 flO to
Bridge Carpenter-*,
1st clnss  3'AO
4 M
Tlio very best Bath Sponges, small
Turkey Sponges, and batli sponge baskets,
Kims' Fruit Salts, $1.00 per bottle,
Orders for the above goods solicited,
ami forwarded hy mail or express.
-W O
SHAYI3STG
Hair Cutting, Shampooing, etc.,
—(MM- AT	
George
Al'l.KASAN'I'AcKNOWl.KliOMKNT—"Had
sour stomach and miserable appetite for
months, and grew thin overy day. I
used Burdock Blood Bitters with tlie
most marvellous results; feel splendid."
Mrs. Joseph Johnson,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
SALOON.
Ho has now three chairs running, ami
lirst-class workmen. The latest pateit
barber's chain. Please note the ail
dress, one door below the Colonial Hotel,
New Westminster, B. O. [ap25.
-ridge C.l-pcliters,
:i no
,     „
8 ffll to
a no   "
Stone Cutters —
it on tn
:i no   "
I'locksmiths,    lst
ctnss 	
.1 *,n
..
Bliiekeinitliii,   '.'ml
elsBS 	
II 00
,i
RWksinltli .Helpers 	
i m to
a on   "
Di-illers	
2 01) to
2 an   "
Jjllmieie	
1 ",', to
ami   "
Hewcra, Istel'iSH
ii no
"
Chopper*, iHtelsse
a oo to
2 nn   "
Reorant, Ist ulnss
2 oil
"
All nlltniile lllliu
10 hours
per .lay.
All Ciirpcntern
Chest Tools.
to furnish their own
Notice lo (liiimiiiiis or Land.
(UR1BOO DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN, thut
Sections 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, uud 45,
Group I, Cariboo District, have heen
surveyed, ami a map of same can be seen
at the olliee of ,1, Bnwron, Est-,, Commissioner, Barkerville, aud ut the Lands
and Works Office, Victoria, where forms
of application and declaration cau be obtained.
Claimants to uny portion of the uliove
Sections must prove up tlieir claims to
same within three mouths from dato of
this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lauds k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, April lOtfi, 1883.
(apl8m3fd)
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
NEW   WESTMINSTER    DISTRICT.
■VTOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN that
i.\ Lot 472, Group L, New Westminster District, has been surveyed ford. E.
Corbould, Esq., as the laud claimed by
him under Pre-emption Record \o. 1,2(11,
dated February 13th, 1883, being a transfer of Mr. Mackie's Pre-emption Claim,
No. 1,2|«, dated Juue 19th, 1874.
A mail of the above Lot cun be seen ut
the Lands and Works Offico, Victoria,
and at the Office of J. C. Hughes, Esquire, Commissioner, New Westminster,
where blank forms of application and
declaration can be obtained.
The above or any other claimant to
the above bind must prove up on thu
same, in accordance witli the provisions
of the "Land Act, 187.V within three
months from the date of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lauds k Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., April 3rd, 1883.
(apt ltd)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN
accordance with clause I), sub-section "f," of the "Qualification aud Registration of Voters Act," 187U," that I
shall hold a Court of Revision for the
District of New Westminstor, at tlio
Court House, Now Westminster, ou
Monday, the tith day of August, 1883,
ut 12 o'clock noon.
J. C. HUGHES, Collector.
New Westminster, May 20th, 18S3.
mySO-tdi
Notice to Claimants or land.
COAST DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undermentioned lands in Coast
District have been surveyed, aud maps
of same can be seen at the Lands and
Works Department, Viotoria, where
Forms ot Proof nntl Declaration eau be
obtained.
.l.Cliiyiun, ALi-illcntlui
tn (Hitrliiit-1*	
,-|il.M, 1SK-*
All Employees to find themselves Bed
Board und Lodging.
Bourdiug Hoiutcs will be convenient
along tho Lino.   Board—94 por week.
It will not be compulsory for Employ
ccs to l«Miril in the Company's Houses.
Wages will he paid monthly, on the
10th ol each month.
A.   0NDEBD0NK,
GF.NK1UI. MaNAIIKK.
Or'r'ICl'. OK THK CoNTIUCTOlW,
Panamas Paoihc Railwav,
Yale, March 1, 1883.
NOTICE.
AN IMPKES9ION HAVING OONK
ahroail that I have disposed of my
property at I'ort Haney, I hereby state
that such is not the ease.
THOMAS HANKY,
aiiSOte I'ort Haney, H.C.
MOHEY T 0 UNO"
Lands for Hale.
W. NORMAN HOLE, Barrister,
•p38'3ml New Westminster.
a        -2      T. Sl.iilli'-ll, I'tv-Mii-i-
. Iliiii Hit., l.GtKi Jiimi  11,   "
4 ■-'      W. II. Mulli-rv,  Vm
'-m-itioii lie,'., I,Ml..Auk. 2i>,lK81
5 '2      T.SIi-illn.11.Ai--ili----li.nl
to|ilirclmm- Sf|il.  K, 188'.!
li       -2      .1. Cnril.-,---*, I'le-i-ani-
tion lie.-., l,*,.;■! Aiu.  ::.   "
I fi      3.-1).  Wimi'ii, A-i-ili-
imIIuii In imivli!irU,...<IiimHi,   "
■2      fi      II. K. I'nuigJiillu, 1'ro.
'•miitlmill.'c., l,55ll..Ii'i*.   5,1881
:t       r,      J. n.wunvii, rri'-i-tii*i-
tlolilti-c., liiKl Od.   18,   "
4        *■      ,1. I). Wiiiiru, A|i*ill«i-
tlmt to *mrcliiis« Sf-it. 14,1882
fi        .'.       II. K. CruMHiliiilli', Ap-
lillenllmi tn uurulitlKU..Iiuii' 27,   "
II fi      J.WlHuti, I're-i'liiliti.in
ll«:.,   1,548 Mm-.24.1881
The almve or auy othor claimants to
the above lots, must prove up their
claims hi accordance with the provisions
of the "Land Act, 187V within three
months of the date of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., March'JOtli, 18811.
(inh28td)
1TOTICE.
DUBINCI MV TKMI-Ol.AliY AB-
sence from tliu province, Mr. Chas.
E. Woods will hold iny powor of attorney, and will act as. Manager of the business of James Ellard k Co. Mr. Woods
is authorized to receive moneys and sign
olienues and receipts In the namo of tlie
said finii. JAMBS Wi HAKVEV.
Now Westminster, B.C., May 2*i, 18811.
inySU-te.
NOTICE.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
^\ the undersigned intends making application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase 201) acres (more or loss) of land It)
New Westminster District, described as
follows: All that portion of an Island
lying in the North Skwamish River,
emptying into Howe Sound. Said portion of s-tiii Island being all tlint portion
of said Island situate south of tlio
Skwamisli Indian Rosorvo;
JAMES VAN BHAMKH.
my30-2m
A RARE CHANCE
 For Dairymen to	
IMPROVE THEIR STOOK.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
AsHMsmenl Act und I'rovliwlHl
Revenue Tux.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT.
•VTOTICE IS HKRK11Y GIVEN, iu
i\ accordance with the Statutes, that
Provincial Revenue Tax ami ull Taxes
levied under the Assessment Acts are
uow due for the year 1883, and payable
at my ollice. Assessed Tuxes, if paid on
or before the '10th June, 188H, are collectible at tbe following rated, vlK,: —
:') of I per cent, ou Real Property.
,"i cents per acre on Wild Laud,
One-fourth of 1 per ceut. ou Personal
Property.
I of I per cent, ou Income.
If paid after Juue IWtll, 1883:—
i of 1 per cent, on Real Property.
li cents per acre on Wild bind,
i ol 1 per cent, on Personal Property,
;,- of I per cent, on Income,
J. C. HUGHES,
Assessor and Collector.
Jan. 8th, 1883. feUtd
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Assessment Roll of the Municipality of the City of Now Westminster
was returned to the Clerk on the 30th
May, ultimo. All persons deeming
themselves Improperly assessed must
notify the Clerk within one month from
the said 30th day of May, stating their
grounds of complaint.
JAMES ORR, C. M. C.
New Westminster, June 4th, 1883.
je6-td
II--S.1       -
CLEMENT E.CORNWALL.
CANADA.
PROVINCE-OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Creat Britain
and Ireland, IJukkn, Dcfendci-
of the Faith, kc, kc, ke.
To Our faithful the .Members elected to
servo in tbe legislative. Assembly of
Our said Province, ami to all
whom   it  may  concern,—
Ghkhtinh.
A PROCLAMATION.
Alex. E. 11. Davii:,] TTTHER E AS,
Attorney-General, j VV Wc have
thought tit, by and with the advice of Our
Executive'Council of Our said Provinco
of British Columbia, to prorogue Lhe Legislative Assembly of Our said Province
until the Twelfth day of July, one thousand eight hundred aiul eighty-three
Now know yo that Wo do, for that
end, publish this Our ltoyul Proclamation, and'do hereby prorogue tlie Legislative Assembly accordingly, until the
TWELFTH DAY OF JULY, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-three;
hereby convoking, uml hy these presents
enjoining you, and ouch of you, that on
Thursday, the Twelfth day of July next,
you meet Us in Our said Legislature or
Parliament of the snid Province, ut Onr
City of Victoria, and therein do us may
seem necessary.   Herein full not.
In Testimony Whereof, We have
caused theso Our Letters to bo made
Patent, and the Great Seal of British
Columbia to be hereunto affixed: Witness, tho Honourable CLEMENT F.
CORNWALL, Lieutenant-Governor of
Our said Province of British Columbia,
in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this Twelfth day nf May, in thu
J'car of Our Lord ono thousand eight
inndrcd and eighty-three, ami in the
forty-sixth year of Our Reign.
By Command.
JOHN ROBSON,
my23-td] Provincial Secretary.
The undersigued oilers for, sale
large and well-bred Bull
" U N C L E   S A M , "
Imported from the best dairy stock iu
Californin. M. NICHOLSON,
myl!l-2m.J Riverside
UOTICE.
STEAM FERRY CHARTER,
ClEALEI) PROPOSALS, ENDORSED
IO "Proposals for a Steam Kerry," will
be received by the Mayor of the oity of
New Westminster up to eight o'clock p,
m. of Moiitlii)- lhe 251H Instant, for
the right of maintainln<- ami operating a
Steam Ferry between flic wharf at the
terminus of the New Westminster and
Hope trunk road and a point on.the water front of the city of New Westminster.
Proposals must state fully:
1st,—The capacity, ami  otherwise describe the boats proposed to be used.
2nd.—The minimum number of trips
to be made ncr ilium.
3rd.—The term of years fhr wlii-jh n
charter would be required.
4th.—The cash liouns required.
fltli,—-Tho maximum rate of tolls tn he
demanded.
The right to reject any or nil proposals
is reserved i
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Mayor.
New Westminster, June 5th, 1883,
je<i-td
Frank Siddall's Soap
FURNISHED BY
HENRY W. HUGHES.
/-■tmiNUKS TO -WHAT m.--
\j   ci'tisfiill-,-   liy   Hi-im-Muitl-v
-J ovory tiinu i.f Sm-cliil orCnrbiife
O 1W;,„.ivii|„,„i Mwnuv.ii-Nun-
Ul Ki--.il.- lliiipi. 1HI. LlKlllU'.i
£C lSVKlOIWTOIt i-t n iii-nttlvti nntl
OticnmmtMtt tau-i- l'<>r S.-tniiiul
, Wwikiii-^, Swi-vmis -Mul WivHk'til
I— Di-l'lliiv. I..Ht Mmliniiil, Vitnl
U) i:\lmiistinn, uml all tii.. Ii't-iilili'
iii n-Mtlts 'if itlniKi'il nahiiT,pxwm-
?M,(\'' -■■'■   y«aliM  f"l"'".     Tl...
^seLLL' "< it- will hkivo in writ In-: In
it SI,0110 ruMiqiM tlmt
>\J|--'.',-. "\ in'iiinli'i-lnki'sionl iiiili* tiMrlihi,
?V)\:^\ Tin    ri-.l.-iun    i1i,iiii-;iiii1h   i'iiii   cut
,. iiiri'il nf 8--iiiiniil WwtRncM
uml tin: iitmv.1 ili-'ciiHi's in owlnp
lo a eiiiniillciitloti t-nll-Ml Pnwtn.
Init'lii'ii, wliii-li ri'iinli-iH ii ■■■-.Tint
rcnii'ily,  Dlt.  i.H:iil(ra  ix-
Q VltlllllATOIt,  N.i. -J, I- iiUpc
Ofit:, t'nii> fur I'l'dNtul.ii'i'lH'u.
_ Pries of I'itli.-i- hiTljiiii'iitiir, $'2
C) iter liuMo, or fl UuH.M$.B, Bi'lil
3** tn nny iuliin.*ti neciirely cuvcrnl
Z! fi-Mini'l'-'i'i-viiiliiii. -JfiiiiiiiilWi'iik.
m\Z no.-smi'l |'ni-.tiit--rr,icii ilniln vl.
•**{ tnllty fi'uiii llio linily nml i'iiii-v
2uiiiiii'niiw ilhi'iiKus t lii-it iinlll--
oiilhiiiry inudk-nt tieulniutil, If
iiIIowed to L'i>liliiiuo,llio nnnntii-
nil Ihs-h iinwtK tlm vltnl iir-riiii*,
wlilcli cttutKri tlitilriiyliig iliHciut-'ii,
i, Dliibotiw, Itij--1it•-•* DIk-hih-i, Jiniii-
mri-.iiiHiiiiiiv.i'lc. Kxi'i'nerr-, N.m-n-io, Atmsi', In-
lit-ritnl Wi'iil-in-.-s. MiiliiiilrUiuii, .SjiiiiiiliHiilCVIi'-
liiMl Ciiiiiiliiiil.-- !iiiii;.'ini Dm nIhivh fiital iliH'HKm.
lh'lilllt.v nml t'nniiiiil W-iiloii-ss i.li.-lriii-t lliuim-
■lortniit nml ni'i-i'ssiiiy urlsot llfnmn) tlieirtinjuv-
mollis, ('iii'1-.i lliiiii-ntilu-!. DIk-.'i.hi<-i nt' tin.' tloni-
tii.t.'i-iinii-.v Oi'-iiiiiH, lii'lm-.v. 1,1 voi* nml llliuhltr 11
• |.-.i ,0.      li     ujil .lul  .11 i i-l
WfHiii'ii >|inLlilv run-I; rMii<ii1hiliiili ut nftlri! or 1iV
lottor, IVoo nmi nmll.loiiihl. ]:,-.|n,nsil.lo jiai'lloi.
onu 11inni(ji! iinj-mt'titu in lln* *miiL, iiiuiinor tin limy
wmil.l oiniil.ty Ilioir 'miiilvi.liVMrl.ui. J«trli'lnnl
Hvrverninllilnlnnl. '      '
i'll|ISI|lll|llil'
OHK   ltOT'I
Rcgnlnr Slxu iliittlo
.V,    FH10K.
nf oilhor Itivi-;iiriiliir 3(ilil
iiik-iTiil iiriiiu'rlioN <>f tlio
lliv-ito*t Iiivir*iii':itiii- Uiiuwii ti>M.HlornSiloiiti>lH,
Slut.- Mvin|it»iin, iiiio, il inmriotl, Ac.
Cull.>railiiri'.x* 1)11. I.IHlllll & CO., Nil, 4«ii
Ci'iuv Slroot, oi-rnor Mnsmi, .--iiii J-'riuii'iM-.i, Cnl.
PiiViiloonlvmii-i-, 4ii,'i Miihiiii Street.
Qij-.lirii-ti ami llm-ONsniLe —Dlt. MOID A
CO. Or-iiiniwil in oi)i]i|.|iiinco with Onlitoniiii law.
Di-iluian 'iroi'iireil liy roKnltir oullo-ju oiliiciilluii,
IT vouis .-iiooinl luui'tii',', uml ilnlv tiooiiM-il in no-
n.riliuioi! Willi Ciillluriiiu Mi.ll.-al Uo*. iK'3
EARS
KOII THE
MILLION!
rilllE AI1UVE ABTCOIiE KAVINIi
.1. heen tried-, by nearly every lady in
town with success, needs littlo or no do
scrip tion, but for sti-un^crs thu following
is printed:— it docs tho washing for a
fatuity in two hours; no boiling allowed;
little or no nibbing on tbu board; blue
not needed; does no harm to elothos.
Plenty of reference! if desired. One bar
docs two weeks' wnahiug. Tbe finest
soap known for face and hands, shaving,
etc. Once used, it, liecoines a necessity.
Money refunded if the above is uot true.
The iindci'isigiicd lining the lirst tu introduce It, respectfully asks the laities to
patronize liim, Orders kindly received
by Ellurd k Cbi. at the Occident Hotel,
and orders received anil tfOAl' supplied
at Mr. (J. 0, Major's, cor. Columbia nnd
Mary streets.
Doing well known as agent for till
newspapurs, inagaitines, nnd books sold
by agents only, I need no introduction.
'10 those out of town, a letter will roceive
prompt attention.   Address
H. W. HUGHES,
mh!il NcwWoBt„B. C.
Foo  Choo's   Balsam  of
Shark's Oil
Positively Restores the Hearing, and
is the Only Absolute Cure for
Deafness Known,
Tlii.s oil i.i idistrnatuil fiimi iioi'tillm- n|iocii'« nl
-iiiinll  White Slmrk, .un-il.t In llio Ynlt.iw
l*oil, klliiWII  iH  CAItCllAtliitliiN ItiiMlllLKllI.     Kvery
CM now llMiortnmi Itimwn {I. It-, vlitm- im n
rostm-iiHvi- nf In-ill inji wiiM .lirtimvi'roil liy ii lltiilil-
lii-t l-riiut mlon I llio your 1110. Itn etirot Wf ro mi
niuaoroiiB mul mail)* so -****-inlii(xlv nilrn-
OiiloiiK. tlmt tlm roinoily wim uttii-hlly |ii-ii.
cliiinii'i! ovor llio L'litllQ Ktniilro. lln iw lioi'iiuit-
mi iiiilvenml l.iut fur oter SOU j-hw im
Df* ii fon kn Iiiik extsloil ni-ioiiH I In* I'lit'
item! ]i**o|il'-.   font, dinriri'ii |iro|.iiiil, to nny
•ttlilrou nt il.oo |iGi:liati1u,
Hear What tlie Deaf Snj;
It Imi 'ii'i'liiriin-il i< mlriiolo In mv on <>.
I hnvij mi linmirllily n ilima in my lio-nl/unl In
in noli liullvr,
1 lmvo liui'ii lu-enllv liotii'lltt*-.).
MV ll.'llIllO-rt liolpoil 11 J*l-IMt ll0.ll-tllil.1t
initio will i-im! mo.
illi.-i
"It-Villi
I'MJftS
■ mii.i;
IKl   I
i l.y
n-liiltil.'ii 1 vim
,o.ly ilmt will .'Iml'li-
.   llllll  IVIllIKO Otll-ullVI-
; 11,'vHivi
Hill  i'i I.
y-jil in In .1
oiiooi-.«iii in- |.i'Niiiiiioiit,   vmi will never u-imt
.i'liiniMi "—Knnoii nr MucisilLK llt.vinv.
JI-)    In  livniil   In.-".  In   tin.   Mnll-,   |'loi lol
imnii'V liy Iteglstoreil i.i-m-r.
(till)' liii|)tirli:il liy
llivi.lirii in. JKNNRV,
T Doy St., ?J. V.
Sole A|;«-iits for Aimrlvn. nnlyl
DR. SPINNEY & COS
!>iSi»Ei\>4AKI\
NO 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,
Dlt. SIM.VMiY, woll ItiKiwn iw His Ann.
dor nl' tlio Mimlioul, it;. K.) M ml kit I linill-
tnl'i, nml Into llr..i>i-M«r »l llio KI'INNKVVIUK
INrlKM.UlV.   -n.iil ..I  r<-n|«-,iriilly   Ififutii.
IiIh iiiiliotilii mul tlio nlllirtoil I'oni'iiilly, tlmt lm
nlili ontitliiiiofi tu trent I'lirontit nntl norvnus liln-
(nun-* with ii ii pn nil lul oil HiicctcM.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Koiui'jiiiiortlml  |iiiM-i-NHlinntlmi   in  tlio lliEol  ill
limu «i
COMB AND BB HEALED.
It -mil torn nm wlmt yntir Inntlilo-i limy fit.tOtll*
mul lot Iho lluotnr uxiitiiino your cnim    tt will  ,
runt ynu ll.itllill;;   lol'   i-nti<illl|:iti il (iloiUii 0»ll
Sttil wuldV yaunulvetj wliothur iim Ducioriuiiliir-
Ktniiil-i yiiiirrattc. II lm onn euro you lie will t«ll
you Hiit If not, lio will toll yau tlmt. fur tin will
tint timlt'tliilui » .'lino imloMi- ho in o'ltiliilHit nf **f.
rrollnirncnro.
I'urliiui iit ii ilMimco wlhliliK- ticntnirjiit, liy
Komllit'; (lio mul ii iiilmito ili'-R'ri|illiin nf lliotl
tcdiiMi- will receive in return n nill untinio tit
trout ment  took -moltoil miiiH tint to oxolto ill-
riunlty,
Dlt. HI'INMIV will -iiiiinuitot to loifult YUt
Hiiiiilriil llnlliirK Inr otory eam» of'nnv'lllliil nt
rliiiriiotor wliiuli lm iiiuli-rt'ikf-r* nml Ml* it. vim.
I*. S.—Kor illHinni** .if Nlmrt Miuiill-itf. ii full
Ciiur!"!. of inoillotiio-i, Miiniolpiit fur ii ciirn, witli
ull iiiMiiii-iii'ii-, will ln> noill to miyHililrmn nn
r-icisliii ofrild.
Cullnr AiIiIiukk
Dr. SPINNEY * CO.,
n -JH.lv      Nu. 11 Kcnntey-nt, .Snii FntinclWfl.Oal.

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