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Array Gmmwoni Qutetto
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—is rssmwrn
Every Wednesday ft Batnrday,
D. ROBSON A CO.
OFFICE, OOtUWIA 8TMET.' IirnUMI TO Edi-
tmiu. «nq 11111101 Di.tmiiai tnuwh T.«.
PlMMH k Cft. |N> k 8TATI0NMY 8I0IE.
UNB--1)y Hall, tsayaari USO for8mo..,
11 for s mo.. | pajabl. 10 Ad».ne». Il.lh.nd
I; Oairler or Agrat, II mr qiarUr, pajabla
qwtarly I. Carrier or Agent.
AOENTS
T. N. Hill!-! SCO. Vimin.
T. *. PHIIOH k 00 »««•
L P. FISHtP. Adv.rtillair Agont. 31 Morolionl'.
E.cliM,|."8wiFr.nciiici.,iB»utliori.fdtor«olTo
A..«rtU«B.ata fur IhU yp«r. 	
HMT.p.p« Advertising Buro.uflO 8,irilC9 St.),
wear. sdvartlaliig contract, may ba made for it In
may b. found on HI. at
Gao. P. Bowell A Co.'a
flu fritiah (folmnbiitn.
S.lord.y M.rnlng. Jan. I, 10M.
Settlers' Difficulties.
In every country the new settler
liu to contend with difficulties. British Columbia is no exception to the
. rule-; but it is matter for thankfulness that in this province these are
nraek less formidable and quickly'
overcome than they were in the
eastern provinces and states when
first settled. Anyone acquainted
with the early history of those provinces will knew thai the pioneers
had te find their way to the lands
upon whieh they proposed to settle
by long routes and tedious modes of
transit. For instance, those coming
from Britain to "Upper Canada"
(Ontario) had generally to make the
journey from Montreal west, with
their families and belongings, by
open bateaux in whioh, with infinite
toil and no little hazard, they ascended the rapids of the St. Lawrence, making laborious portages at
the most difficult points. After
reaching the "landing" nearest to
their destination there generally remained a journey of many miles on
foot through the dense forest, often
through dismal swamps, spending
the nights in the open air. The
supplies required for the first few
years had to be carried on the backs
of men, aye and women, over the
••biased" trail from the "front," ten
to twenty or thirty miles. The few
colonisation roads opened by the
government were often all but impassable and it was not at all uncommon to Bee two yoke cf oxen
laboring hard in hauling one barrel
of flour on a "sled" through the
tenacious clay. Mail carriers had a
hard time of it, occasionally having
to hoist the mail bags upon thoir
shoulders to clear the water ef the
■wampa through which they had to
wade. Even the parson had frequently to dismount, tuck hia pants
inside hit top boots and, with saddle
bags in hand, pick his way from log
to log and root to root, or wade in
like a man. Chill, fever, and ague
generally visited the settlers soon
after the forest waa felled and the
sun's rays reaohed the virgin soil
with its rich vegetable deposit.
Whole "concessions" would sometimes be taken down at the same
time so that there were not enough
well people to care for the sick,
Provisions frequently gave out and
the people had to betake themselves
to wild berries, leeks, roots and bark
in order to keep soul and body together. In what are now some of
the most prosperous regions of On-
tario, these adverse experiences were
more than the settlers could stand;
some of them died and others got
out of the country as best tbey
oould. When roads were constructed
it wu generally by, and at the expense of, the settlers themselves, and
u there wu no "open country" or
prairie land, it wu only in the more
thickly populated sections that roads
were found. Under these circumstances the locating and clearing of
land and cultivation of the soil
among the numerous stumps and
roots were tasks which required
more than ordinary courage and per
severance in both men and women,
for the latter, u a rule, took no inconsiderable share of out-door work,
We mention these facts u illustrative of the truth that the difficulties met with by.new settlers in British Columbia are, exoept in rare
cases, small compared with those
passed through by the early immigrants to the eastern provinces and
states. And yet what fine countries
have those become! And what
splendid men and women, strong,
intelligent, brave and virtuous, wero
grown on those backwoods farms I
Hen, in many instances, self-educated
who have filled with honor positions
of the highest importance; doctors,
jurists, clergymen, educationists,
warriors, statesmen, governors and
even presidents who were a credit
to their country, have come from the
log cabins of Canadian and American
pioneers. What was'achieved on
the eastern slope by our fathers cannot be considered impossible to us,
their offspring, in this land of the
setting sun, unlsss, indeed, the race
hu deteriorated. But so far u thia
"glorious province" ia concerned,
there are no insuperable difficulties.
-aae
Columbian.
m
VOLUME 25
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1884.
NUMBER 45
With our wonderful system ot water
ways, our trunk and sectional roads
and trails and railroad all the principal settlements can easily bo reached.
With open prairie, delta, alder bottom and bunch-grass lands, the first
generation need not wear oot their
lives in wrestling with trees and
stumps, leaving the second lo waste
their energy in gathering' up an
everlasting crop of stones, and the
third to find that, with the stumps
and stones, the strength of the soil
hu gone, and tbey must, either
starve or emigrate. And yet we
hear an occasional note ol discontent because all the'land to no* ready
-Air the plough, with trunk road to
each quarter section and govern-
ment bridge over eaoh stream oil
every base line I So far as the resources of the country permit the
present government are doing their
best to supply farms, roads, schools,
and even physioians to the various
districts. In no province of the
Dominion has more been done in
thess directions, and intending settlers who are coming amongst us
need not find serious difficulty in
securing, through government and
municipal immigration agents and
guides, suitable locations, where they
can settle with the certainty that
very soon, if not at once, they will
have all reasonable facilities brought
within their reach.
Libel Salts.
Occasionally the name of an individual gets into print in a way that
displeases his fancy, and he resorts to
the law to rindioate his reputation.
Another kind are blackmailers, who,
under pretense that their integrity is
impeached (something that they never
possessed) try to mulct damages from
the journal that hold, them up in their
true colors before the community.
Court, and juries are beginning to understand tho swindlers who attempt
this lattor role and to sit down hard on
the offenders, In nearly every case of
late the press has neon vindicated in a
way that brought humiliation on the
instigators of the suits.
Mark Twain, in an interview in the
New York Times, eight months ago,
reflected on the honesty of Captain
Duncan, Shipping Commissioner for
the port of New York, so far as to say
that the fees of the officers were divid
ed botween the captain and his sons.
For this the Times wu sued for libel,
Captain Duncan placing his damages
at $100,000. The case occupied a
week, the rimes wm found guilty and
tbe jury awarded Captain Duncan the
monstrous sum of 12 cents. Of course
a dozen coppers is not a great deal of
money when the claim of $100,000 is
set up, but still it is enough to psy to
a man who is on the anxious seat for
vindication, This will probably end
Captain Duncan'a efforts to get whitewashed in court.
There is a certain class of lawyers
who are always urging parties whose
corns have heen stepped on by the
newspapers to begin actions against
them for damages, representing that
they have a sure esse before a jury.
These legal shysters hope to gain employment in this way and dollars out
of the vietims who drop into their
meshes. If the aggrieved would only
stop and think they could soon satisfy
themselves that even if they were to
win their case, 0 or 12 cents is the
most they could recover for the alleged
defamation.—American Eiscnangt.
Tbe Klebest Boy in America.
The papers are telling about a boy
in New England, now fourteen years
of sge, who is supposed to be the
richest boy in the United States, because he hu a groat deal of money.
To our mind the richeet boy in America ia the one who is good-h.srt.il,
honest, intelligent, ambitious, willing
to do right. He is the one who loves
his mother, and alwaya hu a kind
word for her; who loves hia sister or
sillers, and trie, to help them, and regards them with true affection. He ia
the boy who does not call hii father
the "old man," but who loves him,
■peak, kindly to and of him, u Ihe
hairs of old age gather fast upon his
brow.
The rlohest boy Is ths one who has
pluck to fight his destiny and future.
He ii the one who hu the manhood
to do right and be honest, and is
atriving to be som.body; who ia above
doing a mean action—who would not
tell a lie to screen himself, or betray a
friend. He ia the boy who haa ahsart
for others; whose young mind is fell
of noble thoughts for the future, and
is determined to win a name by good
deeds, This is the richest boy in
America. Which one of our raiders
is itl
This boy we like; we would be glad
to see; would like to take by the hand
and tell hlui to go on earnestly, that'
success might crown-his efforts. And
if he is a poor boy, we should meet'
him at the threshold, bid him enter,
and give him good advice, well and
kindly meant That other rich boy
in New Borland, we don't care anything about, for there are fools and
snobs enough to worship, natter, and
spoil him.—*.'. T. Paper.
ni  H. HATHBHS, M. D.
Omen—Columbia st., opposite Postoffice.
nssroxHor-St. John street, opposite tbe
I. BEHTLJCY, nl.B.1JS.O.P.*».,0.
PHYSICIAN 4 STJBOEON.
Burgeon to ltoyal Columbian Hospital,
Medical Officer to the Asylum for the Insane. Omen —McKensle street, New
Westminster. British Columbia. (selS-to
R
M PHYSICIAN* 4 BU&JEON.
Wishes to announce to the people of Surrey, Langley, tto., that he hae taken up
hit residence on Southeast Jf*»' Section
M, Township 3, aboutK mile north of tbe
Serpentine River, on Coast Meridian road.
P.O. address, Clover Valley.:       feld-tc
W. THKWt M. D, V. 0.». AU,,,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
C.
gun-aon B, C. P.nlttnthuT. gurnor. waw
W«inlnsUr Jajj, Coroner lor lhe Dla-
trlei Orno>-Cors« of CUrkaon and
HbK.nal.BtMe*..   H0.-d.no., Mary St.
D
RI.MMI.BOD * MaelWAIK,
1 PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS.
flftce, Colombia ft,, oppMiteCJty Hotel,
u, aion)utnjki,ss. A., in. sj., <j. m. \*v
Glllhformerlyof New forte Polyclinic.
A. kacSwain.M. D. (Harvard), Licentt-
Offlcealwayaopcn.day and night.
Areh. McLeod, ft. A], M. D., C. M. (Mc*
  ■~J*fN#~'*-*---*- **-»--'■-■-
._. ■tn.M.D.rt       ____
ate of Royal College of Physicians, London, En*. myU-to
H
M. COOPBRfB. A.,M. D„
PHYSICIAN * BURGEON.
OFFICE and RESIDENCE—Church St.
fnext door to Fanners' Home), near
Columbia St., New Westminster, B,0.
OFFICE HOURS-8to 10a.m.; lto8and
6,90 to B p. m. Calls In town and conn-
try promptly attended to, featc
JOHN S. McQVlRB, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN «t SURGEON.
Graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, as
also Assistant surgeon late Honorable
East India (Company Service, wishes to
announce to the people of Lillooet Dis*
trict that he has taken up his residence
at CUNTMf and opened a drug store. All
commulcatlons by mall promptly attend*
edto. tfiyl7*Sm
pOBBOULD * MeCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
Office—MoKensle street, New Westminster, B, C.
J. A. CALBICK,
BUILDER& CONTRACTOR
ALL KINDS OF JOBBING AND REPAIRS PROMPTLY KXECUTKD.
Estimates Varnished.   Saw* Sharped and Set.
SHOP—Merchant Square, Colnmbia St.,
New Westminster, in rear of Thos. Oven's
Blacksmith Shop. folOtc '
BOOTS and SHOES
•BOM
HEATHOBN'S
; Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PEICES.
R. THOMAS,
S'wp under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col-
nmbia.t., New Westminster.
Every Han to his own Business
-&..   PEELE.
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST & DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLONIAL HOTEL).
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
-n   W. iRMSTBOKO,
'  BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
HOTABT    PTTBLIO,    SITO.
Opposite Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER ...... % dl
j.:
T. WILKINSON,
CUSTOM BOOT * SHOE MAKER,
Chilliwhack, B. C.  First-Class workman-
ship.  Repatrlnr neatly and quickly eic-
ented. Terms strictly cash.       myal-Sm
-jLTDBBAV * FBT,
HOtJBBAirD-SIGN PAINTERS,
Graining, Kalsomlntos and Paper-Hani*
ins. Shop—Clarkson street, opposite the
New Westminster Jail, New Westminster,
British Columbia. ftpMo
\**RS. ULIZA TOWLI,
GROCER * GENERAL DEALER.
Good  Accommodations (or Travelers.
Opposite Steamboat Landing,
LANOLEr. B.C.
 myH-8m	
A countryman was sowing his
ground, whon two smart fellow, sans
riding by, one ol whom called out,
with an insolent sir: "Well, my good
man, 'tis your business to sow j but wa
reap the fruits of your labor." Tht
rustic replied: "'Tis very liko yeu
may; for just now I am sowing hemp."
A bantering acquaintance of ths
other sti remarked to a woman, "I
never heard of seven devils being eaat
out of a roan." "No," wu ths reply;
"th.y've got 'em yet."—Sunday Herald,
-pOYAI, HOTEL,
CENTREVILLE, CBILU**HACK.
First-Class accommodation for Travelers.
MRS. M. A. HARPER,
my21-««y Proprietress.
Tif-M. «• A. HARM**,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
•rySM4.aKGrM.rlee, Millinery aa«*
Flrst-ClM. Dressmaker In attendance.
myal-'M-ly
m J.TBAM-,
' AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Strut,,.... New Westminster
Arraneament. an being made tor an
exton.lv. Auction Bale of Meal Mat., to
take place In May Neat. Parties dsslrous
of disposing 'of their farm., etc, will do
well to place th. same In the hands of the
above.
All commissions will recelvo prompt
and careful attention. Bnt references
given when required, mhu-to
-ITT    H.  FALDING,
LAND, HOUSE ANDGENERAL AGENT
Accountant, Collector, Conveyancer,
LIKE, FIR* A ACCIDENT INS. AGENT,
Custom House Broker.
Agent for P. T. Johnston A Co., seedsmen,
 Victoria,	
And John Lenny, Drawer, Viotoria.
onion
MoKensle St, one door from Colnmbia St,
NEW WESTMINSTER, a C.
 apM-lo	
n, x. ofWASDAttl,'■; a. w. jokes.
OROMOAILI It JONM,
■MlIstatt Agents .ad Br.kers.
Particular attention paid to the snle of
farming landa,
Money lo loan at low rates of Interest on
improved farm..
Large Hats of town and country property
for sole.
Port Moody Agent, Mr. Charles Paster.
Oman -Government st, near Broughton,
Vicuna,B.C.     PO box 161.       apS-tc.
W. D.FERRIS,
LAND,    HOUSE.
—kSD—
GENERALAGENT
Bent and Debt Ooileotor.
SEVERAL MOD FARMS FOR SALE
licit fcr tkt IUIIU1H' Utt
ni ACOIIIHT IHSURAXCICO..
■irlMrt, Con.
OFFICE;-MoK.nsie Strwt,   N.w
WMtmhntw. d.»
Physicians' Prescription* and Family Recipes a Specialty.
N. B, — Only Genuine Drags used.
Over twenty years' experience,    mr2.1
BRITISH COLUMBIA
EXPRESS   COMPANY
(LIMITED)
The attention of the publio Is called tn the
REDUCTION
Ik nr rmttn mt Express Freight ami
Money Remittance-* io nntl from
Victoria and Yale.
Not containing any extra VHluabloortfnn-
gcrous compounds, under
15 9>s lo Yale 25 cents
CO Is from Victoria. ,„..„.. .25 cents
m*£Om1TmmFSr
In currency or bank notes. Insured against
any loss whatever, por 8100
To or from Victoria 38 oonts
To or from Yale A all points In tho
Interior 50 cents
FRANK 8. BARNARD, Manager.
FRED HOMER, Front Street, Agont at
New Westminster. apiMc
COME AND SEE
MM Kin Cons Ap, Soys!
THB l'UOPRIETOn, JAMES TURN-
BULL, liaviiif* ngntn taken possession
oft In- IITII'I HAVO; HOI HE fronting on
Columbia nnd Church Streets, oppomtc
Episcopal Church, Oity of Ne\v Westminster, B, C, und now known as the
PARMER'S    HOME,"
Will accommodate all his old friends and
the pul-lif! gi'iienilly who favor him with
a call, at old prices. Board per day, $1.00:
Board nor week, 85.00) Single Meals, 25
eontH; Beds. *ii dents, iW Good accommodation for Ladles and Families.    au28to
-DEALERS IN-
OEOSS'
MUSICAL AGENCY,
'government street,
Victoria,   -   •   British   Columbia.
K1IIVW.1 ritsoK
KISKHAN PIANOS
I UK kKUIM. PIAXOS
•MIXER.. PIANOS
W. IIKI.L  Ss COMPAM'-S ORGANS
 (Jnaile)	
FURNITURE!
THK UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
suro in announcing that he ia now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, kc., Pi tho lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. Tho undersigned
has tho only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of publio patronage solicited,
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Stored auSto
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER & MANUFACTURER OF
AND AI,L KINDS OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
WILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and wiU
be happy to receive and execute ordors
for all kinds of Musical Instruments.
I'ianos and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from tho Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Keary, N. W., will receive prompt attention. jy2Ste
MESSRS.
Respectfully beg to Inform the public of
New Westminster nnd Distriot that
they have commenced business as
Und Surveyors & Draughtsmen
Real Estate Brokers & Agents,
Conveyancers* Accountants,&c.
And aro now prepared to receive Instructions In their several branches.
All business placed In their hands will
receive prompt attention.
They have for Bale Town and Suburban
Lota In New Westminster,
Town Lota at Port Moody, Port Hammond and Lota on town sites nt
Heatings, Granvlllo and
English Bay
Alio farming lands on tho Lower Fraser.
Offlco—Front Strebt,
•>imUe«'. r. N. I'omimnj'j- Wlmrr.
feMc.
New FuniitiirB Store
W.PR0THER0&C0.
Manufacturers and dealers in
Furniture
Of all kinds, including #
WALNUT. AND ASH EXTENSION
TABLES,
CENTRE TABLES,
BRD-ROOM SUITES,
L0UNOE3, MATTRESSES, &C„ kt).
All kinds of Furniture, Mattresses, Ac,
made lo order In flint -class style.
Having purchased for cash, we intend
toaell at viotoria prices.
Call and mo our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Show Roomi—Holbrook'sStonu Building, Columbia at., New Westminster.
 my 14-to
NOTICE.
British Colombia Penitential).
£lB<.tllRCO-A Trad.  Instructor
u lor & 0. Penitentiary, ns Tailor; inimt
a swmI cutler and Utter. .Apply to til.
Warden.     By Older,
lam. A, H.McBRIDE, Warden,
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEEB.
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
8ale8 Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, - BRITISH COLUMBIA,
SS" Liberal advances mado on Consignments.
To facilitate tho salo of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimau, Now Westminster and the Districts,
N. B. Parties desirous of Belling their
Stock, Stock in trade, or Fumturo, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can tind a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above. Oflico of the Bntlsh Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
Offlre »f Harbor Master nnd Port Har*
den. hie
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
Fancy Goods, &c,
YALE, b. o.
A LAUGH   STOCK  ALWAYS ON
hand.  Ooods not hi stock will he
ordered promptly.
ATewspaperM aad  AlagailavB supplied (rom all parts of tbe world.
Prompt attention given to orders by
mail.
JaMtc]     A. G.JOHHrrON, Manager.
li
Jfor §de or to gtnt.
FORSALE.
A SINGLE PLAIN BEDSTEAD. WITH
wool und Btrnw mattresses.  Apply at
mh8-tc TBU •mitt,
Cows for Sale.
QIX GOOD COWS FOR 8AL8.   kt-
A. IRVING.
mn-tis Maple Rldj..
Oxen for Sale.
B. 0. A. A.
18t38.
FIRST PRIZE!
KURTZ&C0
-FOR	
CIGARS
[Signed] A. PEELE, Sec.
 (ocKtc)
Dominion Saw 1 Co.,
(UMITED.)
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Manufacturers and Dealers in all
kinds of
ROUGH &
DRESSED
In calling the
-Ladi
Of this city and surroundings, I wish
to stato that I have
'J-ast  deceived
A largo and
Of Ladies' and Children's
BOOTS m SHOES
MONTREAL & PHILADELPHIA
1 wish to impress it forcibly on their
minds that
No Store in this City
Can show a Larger or
BETTER   ASSORTMENT
And that no storo
SELLS AS CHEAP
As mo.
Country orders carefully and promptly
tilled.
MRS. EMMA GOLD,
Columbia St., opp. Even's Caunory.
noS-to.
New Fish Market I
H
JAMES TAFFANDALE
AS JUST OPENED A NEW PISH
Market on
FRONT  STREET,
Enst of the Holbrook House, where will
bo found a full supply of Fish of all
kinds und of tbo best nuAUty.
Purchase, delivorod in any part of the
oity.   A call i. solloited.        mh28to
Shingles,
Lath.
Pickets.
&C..&C.
Orders   from   the   country
promptly   filled.
ESTI1^A.TBS
of quantity and coat of material for
building   carefully   prepared
free of charge.
HM-daM gn.ln*«died Fleering a
Specially.
J. B. HENDERSON,
no24to] Mahagir.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tne City,
TOE IMIMRY DRPARTHERT
IS UNDER THK CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED .ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found firat-class, and
at reasonable rates,
He Farlori and Sleeping Apart*
meats are under the superintendence
of Mss, Austin*.
Private Dining .Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Roen, com-
modious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.    .
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, kc.
JNO. AUSTIN,
%   Proprietor.
TWSJKlKE 0F 0-YEAR OLD WORK-
I OXEN for sale. Girth from 0 feet It
in. to 7 fnct 1 In. Also—l BULL and 1
STAG, unbroken, good size.
, M WM. H. LADNER.
ml.sitc Ladner's Landing.
FOR   SALE.
1tiA.A?RBB OF FIRST-CLAM
JLOV high and dry farming land on the
Mud bay road. About six aeres cleared
and teneetl', small house and good flour*
Islilng orchard of young upnloTrees. Apply lo WILLIAM J-fURRAY. r
myl-f-St Lnngloy.
FOR   SALE.
QPI.ENDID FARM OF 130 ACKBSl
P » acres highly Improved,-with.good
bouse ond outbuildings, and n flourishing
young orchard of about HO trees; 8 uUee
from (lie boat landing ut Langley, on tha
Trunk Road. Easy terms. Apply to
tnyH*8fc       HENRY DAVIS, Langley.
Milch Cows For Sale.
THE
I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PROM OM
to ten good milch cows for sale. Tbey
nre quito gentlo and flwtrclaw milkers.
For particulars apply to
P. GANNON,
Butcher A Stock Dealer.
mhift-tc. Ladner's Landing,
City Property for Salel
THB VNDBB8IGVBD, WBO M
about to' remove from tbe city to a
suburban residence, ofl'ers his ofty house
and lot for sale. For price and terms ap*
ply to
JAMES KENNEDY,
my me On the premises.
FOR SALE.
IN CHILLIWHACK, A MORTOACU
ed farm of 166 acres, of which SO acres
are cleared'fenced and under crop; good
orchard; neat frame dwelling house, barn,
stable, nnd double-walled dairy. Will be
sold cheap lorcaBh.  Apply to
MRS. M. A. HARPER,
Je4*6t]   Prop'r Royal Hotel, Chilliwhack.
HASTINGS, B.
THIS FINK AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently com*
pleted and is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which has become the most fashionable
WATERING PLAGE
in Biitish Columbia.' The prospect iB
charming, the sea breezes aro invigorating, ana the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. Tho Bar
is n entirely detatohed from the main
building.
ST The Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
First-class stabling and feed for Horses. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day.
GEO. BLACK,
jy28to Proprietor.
Improved Fan to Lease.
-Q
BARGAINS
The following very eligible nnd valuable property will be sold nt PRIVATE
BALK. Full pnrtlotilars furnished ou np*
I'lit-nllon lo the undersigned:
Southwest', Neotlon, block .10, township
:.'. Surri'v; liifl am*; SO nm-* prairie; 80 alder bottom; within -*i miloB of New Westminster. Tlit1 making of un excellent
'grin, close In u good market.
Eighty ncres, north '.. of northeust'-,' of
Ki-i-ili.ilii,townships, with road running
tbrou-cli fo Mud Hay: (1 miles from New
Westminster; aider bottom, wllh tlr to
Ih.   To bv sold nl a bargain.
group'.'.hi-.! acres; ft) acres under culllva*
Mini' nrehim!, hirge barn, stable and nab-
In. This in one of the cheapest pieces of
lamllu the market,
llurton Prnlrlo. back of St, Mary's Mission, 1448 acres of as good land as thoro is
in the Provinco: all in one Muck; very
tii-tir the line of the C.l'.!*..; bus one small
house thereon. This Is a rare chance for
one or more parties desirous of getting a
huge fnrm, for dairy purposes especially.
Xnrl lme.it 'i of section 0, township 4; 160
acres: an Improved farm, with certificate
of Improvement?.
Northwest!-,' of section 22, township 11.
The Booth Farm, Ladner's Landing; 240
acres, nll prnirie; sounder cultivation, nnd
200 under fence; good dwelling honso and
fnrm buildings.  A great bargain.
One nearly new Mane, by Challenger
of London.   Price, $250.
One second hand Rugs*/.
T.J. TRAPP.
"Land fiafistry Qrdi&anee 1870."
Ms ti, 7, SO and 87, Block XXXII, tat 6,
Btock XXVII, and lots 13 and IS,
Block XXVIII, all tn the City
Of New Westminster,
A CERTIFICATE OT INDBFBAI-
Alble title to the above mentioned lots
will he issued to Henry Valentine Edmonds ou tho 22nd day of August, ISM,
unless In the meantime a-valid objection
thereto be made to the undersigned In
writing by some person claiming an estate or Interest in said lots, or some part
thereof.
CHAfl. JAS. LEGGATT,
Acting Registrar-General.
Land Registry Offlce, 21st Mny, !M.
myM*9m
ESTABLISHED 1S59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of aU descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Free Hb School
IN ACCORDANCE WITH TIIE provisions made at last session of the log-
Islatlvo assembly, notice In hereby given
that a Free High Behool will bo opened nt
New Westminster,
During the first week in August noxt.
This will be a Government School, and
the courso of study will bo that prescribed
by the Provincial Educational Department. The curriculum will embrace alt
subJesM necessary for College matriculation, and for qualifying persons to obtain
provincial teachers' certificates. Tho
school will be nnder a first-class teacher.
PersonB desirous of entering the clusses
should communicate with tho Secretary
as early as possible.
T. J. TRAPP,
myiMc Sec. fid. of Trustees.
F. F. NELSON,
HAS    JUST   OPENED   A   MEW
Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found a full atock of
Dry Goods, eroccrles, and General Mercbandlse,
Whieh will be sold at New Westminster
Price..
A|-jstr.rN.Hk American Aecldeat la*
aaraare Company.
r Next Door to Caledonia Hotel.
feSO-lc
Far rarprnter*.  ArrnllfCIs, BnlMcra.
Nacklalsls, Etc.
OSBORNE A ALEXANDER,
628 Market St., San Franoisco.
Mechanics' Tools, Hardware, and Machinery. Catalogue, of all onr goods sent
fr.„ on application. apSO-Sm
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
ONE ACRE OF LAND, MORE OR
less, at the Maple Ridge public landing, containing two houses. One house
nearly new, contains 9 rooms; the other
hae eight rooms. Will be sold together or
separately, cheap for cash, or rented to
suitable tenants.  Apply to
.TNO. McKENNEY.
upi-HWm Maple Ridge.
tTARTER SECTION Ifl, TOWNSHIP fi,
In Delta Municipality, 160 acres.  Tbe
farm Is prnlrlo, all dyked and cleared, It-
acres remiy for the plough. A good frame
house 24x80 has Just been erected, and a
bam mxr-e, with thrashing machinery
driven by water power. About 20 acres
under timothy. Also a young orchard.
Particulars on application to.
T. W. KERR, .
mhfrtc New Westminster.
FORSALE.
W. H. KEARTf
Wishes lo dlsposo of his Bfalleaery art
Book Store nud the good will of the business. TERMS EASY, whioh oan be obtained on application to T. J. Armstrong.
March 31st, 1881. apMc.
STAGE BUSINE88
 AND	
LITER! STABLE for SAL1
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
salo his entire Stage ond Livery bust*
ncKH, Including complete outfit of States,
Rigs, Horwes, HUigns, Ac. Full particulars
on application. The business Is paying,
and affords an excellent chance to an en*
ergctlc mnn. The undersigned d<"ilres to
sell because he has other'business engagements requiring his whole time.
my3l-lm W. a TOWNSEND.
FOR SALE.
THE BEST DAIRY FARM IN THB
Prof I nee of British Colnmbia, situated
In Lower Sumas, consisting of 1200 acres,
of which HOO Is prairie and the remainder
tfrabcred, Thero Ib ngooddwclllnghouse
of llrooms;aflrst-class dairy with water
power complete for churning; a large
barn 130x04. Terms, one-half down and
balance on 0 years' time at 8 per eent
Will be sold with or without stoek. Apply
to A. S. VEDDER,
Je-l-lim Chilliwhack, a C.
FOR  SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runningthrough
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
dc22tc Ladner's Landing, B.C.
8ECOND-HAND
CYLINDER 8xis, SUITABLE
\J for direct action Saw-mill; with
Saw Arbor and two 62 inch Spalding-
tooth Saws; also, feed gear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler. The whole ia
in good order, and may be seen at the.
Brunette Saw-mill, will be sold at 1
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS. & CO.
New West., loth Dec, 1883.   [deaalc
THK KINE STALLION
ffi-L
Will serve during the sea-
con as follows:
(At Mr. D. MoGllllvray's), on Saturdays,
Mondays and Wednesdays.
 < HILllWHAtK—
(At Mr. A. C. Wells'), on Tuesdays and
Fridays.
—K\SWIE1—
On Tuesday evenings and Wednesday
mornings..
Hlack Hawk Morgan's pedigree and record have been published In the OoLtm*
HUN. and ho Is tn overy respect a first*
olass horse.
Terms and particulars on application to
tho groom.
W. TUnaOOHE, Proprietor.
W. Mtt.i.Kit, uroom. mylMe NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Great Bargains. .Mrs. M. A. Eckstein
Confederation Life. .T.RPearaon &Co
Viotoria "Mail" B. K. Sargison
Contract. R. Stevenson
R. E, Church Rev. O. B. Allen
Methodist Church... .Rer. E. Robson
Appointment Prov. Sec
New School Distriot Jno. Robaon
Tenders Rer. Father McGuckin
Annual Sohool Meeting.. .T. J. Trapp
■ffilu glritish dolumbian.
SaMrd.7 Horulm. Jaa. ,, 1884.
End or the Tonquin War.
The following official note, from
the United Service Gatelte, indicates
the basis upon which the Franco-
Chinese Tonquin campaign has at
last been terminated: "The minister
of foreign affairs has received the
news that the Chinese government
had ratified a treaty negotiated by
M. Fonrnier, naval captain, representing France, who had for this
purpose been invested with special
powers, and Li Hung Chang on behalf of China. This treaty sets
forth that China recognizes France's
protectorate over Tonquin and An-
nam, as these territories are at present defined; that is to Bay, with
Cao Bang and Lang Sou included
therein. The three provinces of
Yunnan, Kuang Si and Kuang
Tung will be opened to the trade of
our fellow-countrymen, and with
this object China will consent to
ihe conclusion of a special treaty of
commerce for the benefit of France.
Moreover, China expressly undertakes to withdraw all her troops
from Tonquin immediately. This
treaty, after having been submitted
to the .court ot Pekin for ratification, was signed at Tientsin by the
Frenoh and Chinese plenipotentiaries. The signature was followed
by a grand dinner given by Li Hung
Chang to M. Fournier and the
French consul." This will open a
new market for Frenoh wares and
new field for French administration.
We hare no reason to be envious of
our neighbors in this matter. They
have opened the way in this instance as England did in the north,
and equal concessions will soon follow in this instance as they did in
that.
Trade with Australia.*
A correspondent of the Ottawa
Free Press has been interviewing a
Mr. S. Mawdesley from Sidney,
Australia, in Chicago. Mr. Mawdesley spoke in a very encouraging
manner as to the good opportunity
afforded at the present time for the
introduction of Canadian manufactures throughout Australia and New
Zealand. He said that several
shrewd Americans had already
planted branch establishments
there, but that the Australians
would cheerfully gire any British
colony the preference, ss they looked
upon all American institutions with
considerable suspicion. He said
that Canadiiii manufacturers of
buggies, saddlery, agricultural implements, cloth and products from
onr fisheries, could do an enormous
business if properly handled. Immense fortunes hare been made in
sheep raising, and an exchange of
products could easily be made with
advantage to both countries, particularly in wool, as the intensity of
our climate demands a very large
consumption in the manufacture of
woolen fabrics. He thinks Canada's interests would be greatly enhanced by the appointment of n
Canadian commissioner for Australia, whose duty would be to devote
himself entirely to Canadian interests and keep her duly informed
as to the requirements of the country, and make her conspicuous beforo the world as n country capable
of competing with foreign countries
for the large and increasing trade of
that British possession. Tbey look
forward for more intimate relations
with Canada upon the completion of
the Canadian Pacific, and the establishment of a new and direct line
of steamers from Victoria, B. C.
Considerable trade has been developed in tbe southern part of Australia in wheat, particularly in
Adelaide; average yield about 37
bushels to the acre. They hare
just exported 11,000,000 bushels to
England, and it commands a better
price than the best American wheat.
Mr, Mawdesley intends risiting
Canada prior to his departure for
England. He hopes to seo Canada
well represented in Australia at an
early day, aa such an outlet for her
products would lend a stimulus to
tbe present depressed state of business throughout the country and infuse new life and energy into the
struggling industries now seeking a
market for thoir products. Canada's
golden opportunity should be grasped
by the forelock and action taken to
urge upon the government the necessity for prompt action in such on
important issue.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at tb. OounouN offlce. Prices will be
fowl lowar than at any other office In
the proTlno.,—Ado.
The Penitentiary.
It is to be hoped that the Dominion government will lose no
time in carrying out the projected
enlargement of our provincial penitentiary. The capacity of the institution is, we believe, according
to the government regulations, sufficient to accommodate 67 persons;
whereas there are about one third
more than that number cooped up
in it. Of course under these circumstances, it is simply impossible
to carry out many of the prison
regulations. In quite a number of
cells thero ure three convicts to each,
and though some of the cells are
mora tban ordinarily roomy, yet the
crowding is altogether excessive; in
fact the convicts hare to bo packed
away in every possible hole and
corner, in order to dispose of them;
and, what is worse, the number is
rapidly increasing. It must be
rather a delicate situation in whioh
the officers of the institution find
themselves placed: legally bound to
observe rules and yet compelled to
violate them. It should be borne
in mind that the population of a
penitentiary is composed generally
of difficult and dangerous men—in
fact we have some of the hardest
cases on the coast in ours—and that
there are certain regulations in reference to solitary confinement, etc.,
which are needful for the effective
carrying out of prison discipline,
but whieh are rendered difficult or
impossible when the facilities are
too limited, Even sanitary considerations constitute a powerful argument against this overcrowding. We
repeat the expression of a hope that
all reasonable energy will be manifested by the Dominion authorities
in this important matter, and that
the necessary extension wilt be sufficient to give all needed accommodation for some years to come. In
this connection, can nothing be dene
to utilize more fully, as a means of
health, discipline and profit, the
labors of the convicts! A workshop was erected some time ago;
but, so far as we can learn, it has
been of comparatively little use. In
fact we hare heard it stated that the
Dominion government has discontinued the manufacture by penitentiary labor, of wares other than
what may be actually required for
the use of the convicts themselves.
We do not now pronounce upon the
wisdom or folly of such a rule; but
if it has been made and is to be followed, it will be necessary so to
modify the adjuncts of the institution that the convicts shall be able
to manufacture all their own supplies, or languish in idleness. This
can be done only by having a farm
attached and a set of workshops
equipped. It seems hardly the
right thing to catch a lot of Chinese for various crimes and put them
upon a bill of fare so muoh more
generous than anything to which
they have been accustomed that in
a few months timo they become as
fat as hogs, and let them off with
easier work than that which they
had to perform outside. To Chinese coolies, with no ambition to
gratify, little better than "dumb,
driven cattle," this will soon be
looked upon as neither punishment
nor disgrace. Everything possible
should therefore be done to make
the term served in the penitentiary,
or for that matter in our gaols, one
which the liberated felon will not
desire to have repeated. We are
in favor of the humane treatment
of all prisoners; but humanity itself
dictates that the discipline of tbe
prison should, so far as possible, be
a deterrent to clime and arranged
on the self-sustaining principle. It
is better for all interests that it
should be so. But so it caunot be,
until the necessary buildings and
grounds me furnished by those who
have the responsibility in tliis mat-
mHE VICTORIA MAIL,
(Late "Times.")
A papor tbat Is alive to tlie Interests of
THE BOYS. Subscription, per yoar In advance, 25 cents.
E. K. BARGISON,
Je7-lm Publisher, Victoria, 11. C.
COIN TRACT.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL LET A
contract to white men or Indians for
cutting 1000 cords of shingle bIocks,_put
up atthe rato of 100 cords per month, will
pay 82 per cord, and will furnish toola and
o house to live in. R. STEVENSON,
Je7-3m Chilliwhack,
Property belonging to the Ebenezer
Brown estate for sale by O. D. RAND."
TENDERS.
SEALED TENDERS will ke received by
tho Rev, Father HcOuckln. O. M. I.,
up to noon on WEDNEBDAY the 18th
Inst,,fortheerection of two largo Boarding Schools at St. Mary's .Mission, Matsqui. Plans and specifications can he seen
at St, Louis College, New Westminster.
June Oth, 1884. Je7ld
Pkovinciaii Secrrtaby'8 Office,
Sth June, 1884,
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to appoint Hector MoKknzik Htiiambkhg, Esquire, &
A.., and Fhkdkiuck G. Walker, Esquire,
B. A., to bo Examiners, to aot with the
Superintendent of Education at the op*
Je7tl
THINK0FITN0WI
Although ranch is said about the Importance of a blood-imrlfyiug medicino, it may be
possible that the subject has never seriously
claimed your attention.   Think of it now!
Almost every person has somo form of scrofulous poison latent in liis veins. When thia
develops In 8crofuIons Sores, Ulcers, or
Eruptions, or In the form of Rheumatism,
or Organic Diseases, the suffering tbat en-
cues is terrible. Hence the gratitude of those
Fho discover, as thousands yearly do, that
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
will thoroughly oradlcato this evil from the
system.
As woll oxpect life without air ns health
without puro blood.   Cleanse the blood with
AYEB'S SARSAl'AKILLA,
I'REl'AllED SY
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; fi, six bottles for 85.
Provincial Becbrtaby's OFrios,
Sth Juno, 1884.
'lirHEREAS the Lieutenant-Governor
VV In Council Is empowered, under the
"Public Schools Aot, 1879," to create School
Districts, fn addition to those already ex-
iKtltiB, and to define the boundaries thereof, and from timo to timo to alter tho
boundaries of existing Districts: It Is
hereby notified that His Honour has been
£ leased to create the tract of Innd con*
lined in the South half of Township 15,
and thoso portions of Township li not included in "Mount Lehman School Dis*
trict," a School District, under the title of
the "Stave Rivor School District."
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
JeTtl Provincial Secretary.
Annual School Meeting.
THE FIRST ANNUAL Public School
Meeting will be hold In the Court
House, New Westminster, on MONDAY,
June oth, at 11 a. m., to receive the report
of tho retiring Board of Trustees.
On MONDAY, June loth, lust., a public
meeting of tlie resident voters of the
school district of New Westminster will
be held at the Cour. House, at lt a. in., for
the purpose of electing six persons (two
for each ward) to serve as school trustees
for the ensuing year.
"10. Any householder or freeholder resident in any school district for a period of
six months previous to the election, nnd
the wife of any such householder or freeholder, shall be entitled to voto nt any
school meeting held in such district and
for the election of trustees: Provided Chinese or Indians shall not vote."
"12. No person shall be eligible to be
elected or to serve as a school Trustee In a
school district who is not a male householder or freeholder In the school district
of the full age of 21 years, and otherwise
qualified by this Act to vote at an election
of school trustees In the said school district" By Order,
Je7t8 T. J. TRAPP, Sec.
GREAT
COMMENCING
Monday
JUNE gth.
Total Clearing Ont
SALE
OF THB
LQPiPurn
STOO&
nuuiuiuu
-OF-
Ji,
Columbia at., New Westminster,
Consisting of complete lines in
DRY GOODS,
—rMillinery	
LafeDmsGoods,
Fancy Goods, Clothing,
XX Jau  X &
Underwear, Crockery,
Groceries
Glassware, etc., etc.
At  prices  considerably
Below Cost.
let-It
NOTICE.
PARTIES LOCATING AND PRE-
empting land are hereby notified
that land within the limits of the Hast-
ings Saw Mill Company's lease is not
open for settlement, and that any one
entering thereon will be prosecuted for
trespass.
RICH'D H. ALEXANDER,
de8*tc Manager.
NOTICE.
Ik the Estate of Murdoch Morrison,
Deceased Intestate.
LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIM &
 against the above estate muRt present
proved account* on or before 90th June,IB84,
to thn undersigned; and all persons Indebted to the said estate must settle suoh
Indebtedness forthwith.
E. A. JENNS. Administrator.
Snd June, 18&4. JeMm
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
Gnaranlce Capital $1,000,000
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
This Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:—
The Security offered to policy holders is
unsurpassed by any Company doing business In Canada,
IthaanosohemeBof Insurance, hut tho
wall-established Hues, hence the policy
holders cannot be misled as to their con-
tiaots.
Its statements to the public can bo readily understood, Us cash statement showing every Hem of income and how expended.
Its position is ascertained annually from
a detailed valuation in whioh everv item
of liability Is Included.
Its progress has been unexampled In
tho history of Insurance In Canada.
Its policies aro indisputable aftor three
years, and non-foi fcltoblo after two years-
ox Istonce.
Ita profits are distributed upon an eo.ii11-
ablo basis. The profits to one class of
policy holders are not lessened to give
larger pioflts to any other olass, whieh
method affords superior advantages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
liberal Conditions ns to Residence and
Travel.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Agents, New 'Westminster.
Jo7-2mo-nllornnle.
DRILL   SHED
TWO NllillT* OSIY I THO SIGHTS ONLY
TWO Jilt HIB ONLY TWO MUHTH ONLY
TWO N'llillTS ONLY TWO MCIIT8 ONLY
TWO NllillTH ONLY TWO M1.IITS ONLY
COMMENCING JUNE SIXTH
COMMENCING JUNE SIXTH
COMMENCING JUNE SIXTH
COMMENCING JUNE SIXTH
A RAY OF SPARKLING SUNSHINE I
A RAY OF SPARKLING SUNSHINE I
Whlttley'* original
HIDDEN T TAND _—,0
IDDEN      I I AND f        O
IDDEN i     I AND I      .0
IDEEN J.  JLAND V^-0
Supporting the Charming Comedienne
FANNIE FRANOIS
FANNIE FRANOIS
FANNIE FRANOIS
FANNIE FRANOI8
In an entire new dramatisation of Mrs
E, D, E. N. Southworth's famous
New York Ledger story, and the
GREATEST ot all SOUTHERN DRAMAS
GREATEST of all SOUTHERN DRAMAS
GREATEST of nll SOUTHERN DRAMAS
GREATEST of all SOUTHERN DRAMAS
THE HIDDEN HAND
THE HIDDEN HAND
THE HIDDEN HAND
THE HIDDEN HAND
NEW AND   ELEGANT SCENERY.
THE VIRGINIA CABIN SINGERS
THE VIRGINIA CABIN SINGERS
You hnve nevor seon the Hidden linnd
until you hnve soon this grout Co.
SOIUIAB     FBIOBS.
Seats Secured ut W. H. Kcary's book store
 myimtt	
LSMMR
SHAKES
SEM5EES
THE Subscribers have on
hand a large stock of
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Shakes, Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Turned Work,
&c., &c, which they are now
selling cheap for cash.
ALSO, a quantity of Second
Class RUSTIC, FLOORING, &c, which will be sold at
bargains, as they wish to clear
up their yard.
CONTRACTORS and
others who intend building will find it to their advantage to call before purchasing
elsewhere.
ALL goods furnished during
the month are to be paid
for on or before the 15th of the
following month (unless where
there is a special contract), as
we intend to sell cheap and keep
short accounts.
ROYAL CITY PLACING H1LLSC0.
 LIMITED,	
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Jrt-te
LOOKOUT!
For this Space. It
belongs to
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, Port Moody, B. C.
    jalO-to
Stage Line!
-TO-
PORT MOODY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RUN
a first-class
Four-Horse Stage
Between New Westminster and Fort
Moody; leaving New Westminster every
morning; returning, will leave Port
Moody between 8 and 4 p. m. These
stages go over the NEW P.OAD to Port
Moody direct, carrying both Passengers
aud Freight.
myl7-to JOS. M. WISE.
Annual Reports
Tho Directors of the ltoyal Columbian
Hospital have to report that during the
years 1883-4 they have done tbelr utmost
to keep down the expenses of tbe Institution, When they took offlee there was a
debt of 11073 against the Institution, which
has been cleared off, besides which tho
Hospital expenses exceeded the Government grant by over #100 a month for eight
out of the twelve months, although tbo
strictest economy waa exercised.
The Directors nave to thank tho public
and the Government for their great assistance.
During the lost session of Parliament
the Government have granted SG00 towards
most necessary repairs to tho Institution.
These repairs have all been completed by
contract. The grant does not appear In
our Troasurer-s report, as tho Government
will hand the money to out*successors.
Wo desire to  thank   Mesdnmes Mc-
Nnughtonand Bunte for the useful bed
whieh thoy collected for and presented to
,the Hospital for tho benefit of patients.
r   We annex our Treasurer's report, Bur*
O
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5
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J
tri
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i mourn
Columbia Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER,    *    -   B. C.
Full assortment of
NewSpring Boods
Consisting ol
Feathers and Flowers, Kid and Summer
Gloves,  Sunshades   and Parasols,
Black and Colored Satins, -Cosh-
inero and French Serges,
Bcarboro Serge, French
Merino, Plain and
Broca'd Gren-   .
adines,
Prints and
Sateens.Ladics
Belts, Ribbons and
Laces; Silk, Lisle and
Balbriggan  Hosiery; Silk
Velvets and Velveteens, Ottoman Cloth ft Nun's Veiling, Plain ft
Brocaded Dolmans, Frilling! ft Fringes,
Ladies' Neckwear
In every style,
CREWEL PATTERNS,
Wool.'ud Silk..
A SPLENDID STOCK OF
Men's and Boy's
Spring and Summer Suits
A complete line of
Gent's   Furnishings,   comprising Silk,
Merino, Canton Flannel and Cotton
Underclothing; White and Col*
ored Dress Shirt*; Linen ft
Celluloid Collars and Cuffs, .
Gent's Ties and Scarfs H endless variety; Handkerchiefs, Braces, ftc, ftc.
VALISES ft HAND-BAGS.
Large assortment of Ladles' Gentlemen's
and Children's
Full Une of
Brussels Tapestry, Kidder and Hemp
Carpets, Rugs and Boor Mats,
Cretonnes, Lace Curtains, Towels, Napkins, Hiokorys, Flan*
nels in all Colors, white and
Grey Calico In all prices, quilts
and toilet covers, mosquito bar,all shades.
White, Brown, Grey and Scarlet
Blankets at Cost.
Dressmaking and Millinery done on the
Premises.
Tie London House,
jams nun* co,
myH-lm
ROYAL
New Westminster.
Beard of Directors, 18S3-41
W. N. Bole President
J. W. Harvey Vice-President
W. H. Keary. Sec-Treasurer
G. E. Corbould,        James Cunningham,.
H. Elliott, C. M. McNaughten.
Surgeon's Report*
New Webtminsteh, Apr. 9, UM.
To the members of the Board of thcRoyal
Columbian Hospital—Qentlemen:-I have
tho honor to present to you the following
report for the year endlngSlst March, 1884:
Tho number of patients treated was: In*
door. 70: outdoor, 40. The number of
deaths (ID) was a large percentage, but I
may state that 15 of these camo in In a dying condition, and died within a week
after being admitted. Causes of death:
Heart disease, 8; brain disease, 2; Aneurism, 8; chronic alcoholism, 2; blood poisoning, 2; bronchitis, 1;   pneumonia, 1;
abscess, l; cancer, 1; gangrene,
; iruun-n- of spine, 1. Total, 1ft I am
:l«d to state that great Improvements have
honor to be, Ao., yours faithful 1;
a I, BENTLEY, M,B.,
Burgeon R, C. H.
Treasurer's Report!
The Royal Columbian Hospital fn Recount
wtth W. H. Keary, Treasurer.
ItECEIPTS.
Government grant 84437 48
Do, to pay last year's bills  600 00
Donations and subscription h. 1000 44
Paying patients.  475 00
Proceed!- of Concert  202 60
Church collections ,   129 65
Total 1876107
EXPENDITURES.  '
Salaries giBIT
Funerals  800
Washing  158
Wood and coal  277
Meat  722
Vegetables  14U
Clothing  U
Light  78
Furniture, «  182
Repairs  54
Groceries  670
Bread
Fish,
Milk..
Drags  895
Medicni comforts    78
Drayage ,     6
Nursing.     80
Stationery, postage A telegrams.....    26
Printing & advertising    51
Stock-taking „   10
Insurance ,    46
Lumber.     6
Shipping Incurables    84
Sundries «-,.....„   80
Liabilities from last year paid off.. 1072
Balance ,,,	
Total iereT
Examined and found correct.
W.H. FALDING, Auditor.
BnlMerlpltoH Ustsi
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3 B K Is KniTfltt,.t20 00
W Norman DoU... 20 00
IBFtiher 90 00
Corbould A McColl 80 00
Stewart k OMb..... 10 00
II V Kdmond* 10 00
If Elliott 10 00
SBrighoUH   5 00
JKIuiley    5 00
J Vun Volktnberg   tt 00
Q Pittendrigh    6 00
J A Laidlaw 10 00
D Ohltholm 10 00
MEnsHit,   6 00
W B Towtnend,....   6 00
JAA Homer „ 10 00
A Melody 10 00
D 8 Curtis k Oo...   B 00
O McDonragh  5 00
1) Mcl'hadun    6 00
CI'NCo 80 00
CGMnJor    6 00
J B Hcndurton    6 00
J A Laidlaw    6 00
JoiOrr    6 00
Trapn Bn>s„..   6 00
8 II Webb    0 00
J W Harvey I.J 6 00
L Willi-*......'..  6 00
WJ Armstrong... 6 00
Woods A Turner... 10 00
FredKlckhoJ  6 00
Henry klckhott.... 6 00
0 M McNmiabten.. 6 00
B tl Scoullsr  S OS
WD Ferris  SOS
WRom  SOO
J Cunningham ..... 6 00
AIlMlp.ni  5 00
JG Bunte  SOO
Cash „,„„ 3 00
WMcOoll  5 00
Wm Rogers  1 00
McPhdden  2 00
OO Johnston  2 60
R Thomas  2 60
W Hamilton...  3 50
SW Daggett  2 60
J H Kennedy ...... 2 60
JO'Uslluran  9 60
ThosOten  2 60
Csih „  • 80
OoLUHSUN  2 60
O h HcCammoD... 10 00
atuimui,
J Mansion $16 00 | D McNaughton. ...110 00
uxuon.
J A Man I 6 00
STTnniUil  2 60
Fred'k Bennett.... 2 60
Hugh Murray  2 00
Alex Mantle,  1 00
Alex II Bala  1 00
John O'Brien...  1 00
J H Augoitns  1 00
P Psirwesther  2 00
JDMcDonell.  1 00
D MoEdwsrds  1 00
O ti Pendleton...... 1 00
PKilroy..  2 60
A F Haulier  2 00
L Haulier  3 00
RMcRand  8 00
James Bell  8 60
ARequa  2 00
O Harvey  3 60
OFCoiterton  2 00
WB Bailey „ 2 00
John McDonald  1 00
Samuel Pearce  1 00
Oeorge Balllle  2 60
IIHPorark  4 00
J F Smith  1 00
BBalasger „ ion
L Cum-an ,  1 00
Jos B lelghton 11 60
J A Mcintosh ...... 2 60
Geo R Martin  2 60
W P Trounce....... 3 60
AD Walker ,.. 100
JnoEHedUnd..... 300
Norman McLeod... 100
Kdward Simpson... 100
John 1'hlbbs.  1 00
B J Tronion. ., 2 60
AW Murray  100
A Btevouson  6 00
BBuc it  100
SB Umelto	
ROWhltewey  2 60
John Mclntyre..... 5 00
Joe  60
Johnny  3 00
Johannes  2 00
W Mclntyre.  6 00
Wm Brash  100
John Murray.  6 00
JWH  2 00
ACIemes  100
Morton House  8 00
W Fesrn  2 00
James Valr.  2 00
MBMCo .$60 00
B Springer  6 00
II Branttecht  8 00
AMOKIng  6 00
B Osdwalloder...,,. 2 50
II Qodden  3 60
R Beard  3 60
TD Forbes.  2 60
IIB Waller  1 00
J Little  2 00
A Bright  60
CIrvine  loo
J Merrill  100
II Chick  2 50
WJOox...  iqo
MHoss ,|2 00
D Sutherland  2 60
K Forbes  2 60
J Frawley  6 00
A Hansen  1 60
A l'nntre  1 50
LChabot  9 00
MTRoas  9 00
P Williams  8 00
I Cutlet  3 00
J Reynolds  2 60
A Parault  2 00
LLschapelle  2 00
A Wilson  3 00
Ah Tonga..
D MoPhalden  3 U
8 J Randall  100
H Stalker  6 00
JMoWhlnney - 1 60
O Mattlson  1 60
DDore  1 00
W McDonald  100
RBu-tdsly.  1 Od
O D Lemonrsux ...  1 00 T Blukstone
Simon Held....
D McCallum...
150
POonners   160
J A Fisher    IOO
James Smith
THanuon	
WMcBrlde  4O0HCahar,
A MoCrimmoB  1 50 "
WDJcklnwn  SOO
O Kelly  8 50
----,  Biltlnis....
AWfloOoUrun...   2 60 H Ramidell.
J flwiell   3 00 Peter Hand ,
100
600
100
100
    100
L Solomon    1 00
B Parau    1 00
JValcourt   100
MConley   8 60
W WiU  3 00
O Bchubert ,. 1 oo J Lester	
T Kamma  I OO 0 W Hays....-
II Cadwelladsr  1 00 R Forrest ......
B Mundon  1 00 J HoDonsngh
PA Alien  SOO'-'
H BcheBler....  1 00
MWTheln  6 00
J Tu Bremer.  10 00
W Power „. SOO -   - ™
J L Harmon  3 00 W Morrison  9 00
J Moffat    100
J A McDonald...... 100
P Kelly  10 00
BOnirtn  8 10
J R Chapman.   3 60
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FOardinell      *
H Trim ,
D Mitchell..
260
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lOOJGaskm   2 60
WJBmilh  850
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lOfiARUgh  3 00
1 00 V Car-Joll  9 60
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... 100
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.. 6 00
,16 00
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RH Alexander....   6 00
A J Monat..........  6 00
AHerrifleld  2 60
OAOoldwell    8 00
Robt Smith.....   8 00
0 Gregory $3 00
Oto Gregory  9 00
J McGregor  1 00
Thos Hansen  1 60
Kramo   1 00
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RIIII Aleiander.. 3 H.Vnd Ilanihrn , a 00
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Robt Canon  SM
8 A Annan  100
Tom Oonrojr  1 00
NOnrtornen  ,00
Al.t Burnett..'.  9 00
Nortb Atnerlwui... 0 00
D Ircob  S 00
T/r Allan  100
O Una  100
WmBojd  100
PatOlinlH.  100
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Jo. Qui  100
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WMPiraon  9 00
John Koat.r  1 00
Danl.l Smith  1 00
1-WFoat.r  10 00
R Dotiuhwtr  a 00
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WE8T END
Plain and Fancy
i jjiuiPi iinoi   uuauQi
And Confectionery always oh band.
Delivered to any part of the City.
KELLY SBOS.,
. mySH-tc Columbia street.
mO BB SOLD BT TBNDBB  PVR.
J. Bunnt to an ordor of Mr. Justice Crease,
a. Judge of tho Supreme Court of British
Columbia, made in the matter of tho
goods of Chas. Patrick Donnelly, de-
coaneil Intestate, all that piece or parcel
of land and excellent business site at
Harrison River, known as Lot Ten A.,
Oroup One, In the Yale-Lytton District,
British Columbia, containing TWO AND
ONE-HALF AORES, more or less, situated near tho Junction of Harrison nnd
Fraser Hi vers.
Tenders will bo received by and are to
be addressed to the undersigned nt Victoria, 1). C., not Inter than the lMh day or
June, ISM. at 5 o'clook p. m.
The highest or nny tender not necessarily accepted.
Particulars and conditions of sale may
be had on application to the undorsigned.
Dated Iflth May, 1884.
JAMES O. PBEVOST,
myDHd Registrar Supreme-Court,
Jit Opened Out
-Al-
11 mm seo..
500 Copies
Full Lino of
ne Library,
Including the New Stylo.
Robertson's 3-Blt Series*
Very Complete Lino of
The Poets, Tqrlons Styles.
. Mark Twain's Experience, 1 bit.
Job Lot of 25 cent Novels.
Richardson's Piano Instructor.
Gatse's Organ Instructor,
Superb Song Book, SI,
Song Folio, 81.
T.R. PEARSON & CO.,
Books, Stationery, und Music, Columbia
Btreet, New Westminster.
WOODS & TURNER,
Conveyancers,
Seal Ealat. Agcnta,  bud  surve>.ra.
Draaghlamca. aad In.nraar e Agent*.
Our property lut. an now very complete, and we would call attention to the
following selection., whioh w. are en*
abled to offer at very reasonable figures.
Title, guaranteed:
Lot 20, blook XXXII—good residence
lite.
Subdivision of lot 10, block XXXV-
66«:132 feet.
Southwest i of lot 17, block XXXVI.
New Westminster Suburbs,
Lota 7 and 8, block V—graded, cleared
and fenced; adjoining residence of W. B,
Townsend, Kn.
Lot. 08 and 70, block V.
Subdivision, of lot. 1 and 2, blook 0.
.. gubdivislona of lot. 10 and 23, block 7.
few Westminster Distriot.
Good farm. In all parti,
IDS acre, on Fan. Creek road.
4IS0 acre, at MaUqri—good dairy farm;
highly improved; to be nld with itock
anil implement, if desired.
200 acres at Sumas—a aplomlld chance
for dairy farmer..
246 acre, near Ladner'. Landing.
820 acre, on Lain bland.
Port Moody-
A largo and complete lilt, embracing
all parts of the Townaite.
Land Surveying
In all its branches; maps compiled, tracings prepared, and all descriptions of snr*
veyinjt carefully and promptly attended
to.   SO years' experience.
Having been oyer almost the wholo of
New Westminster District during our
surveying tours, we are In a position to
give intending purchasers a correct del*
criptton of the property offend.
Money to lend on approved security at
Low rates of interest.
Agents For
The Phenix, of Brooklyn, and the
Liverpool ft London ft Globe Insurance
Companies.
The Kqultable Lifo Assurance Society
of the United States.
Gladding, MoBean ft Co's terra cotta
chimneys   and   vitrified   stone   sewer
"OfTTICE- Ellard's  Block,  Columbia
Btreet, Now Westminster.
aplSto       WOODS ft TURNER.
Wood Turner
ANTED.     OONSTANT   EMPLOY-
ment will be given to a thoroughly
    App	
w
competent man. Xppiyatlbe
mhUI-tc DOMINION SAWMILL.
Man Wanted.
ONE WHO CAN TAKE CHARGE
of and run a Huntington Shingle
Shingle Machine. Steady employment
ani good wages to a first-class man. No
other need apply.
E. STEVENSON,
jy7-tc] Chilliwhack,
ABY^AW
To Enable Ihe Corporation ofthe Municipality of Chilliwhack lo liaise the
flam or One Thousand Dollars Iter
Ihe Purpose Therein flet forth.
WHEREAS, THB MUNICIPAL
Council of tbe Municipality of Chil-
whack has resolved to raise tne sum of
One THOUSAND Dollakh for the purpose
of erecting a Municipal Hall, and In order
to do so require the sum of (1000,00 to bo
obtained in tbe mnnner hereinafter recited.
Anii Whereas, It will require the sum
of 9247.00 to be raised annually by special
rate for the payment of the said debt and
Interest, us Is hereinafter mentioned.
And wurbbab, the amount of tbe whole
rateable property of tho said Municipality, according to the last revised Assessment Holl, being, for the year 1888.9100,000
irrespective of any future lnorease of the
rateable property of tho Municipality, and
of any Income In the nature of tolls, Inter*
est or dividends from the building, and
nlso Irrespective of any income from tbe
temporary Investments of the Sinking
Fund, or of any pnrt thereof.
And Whkiieas, for paying the Interest
nnd creating a Sinking Fund for paying
tho said principal sum of 11000.00 and in
terest ns Hereinafter mentioned,it will re-
Jiulre an equal annual Bpecial rate of one-
ourthofonepereent. In the dollar.
Be It therefore' enacted by the Reeve
and Council of tho Municipality of ChliU-
whockr-
lst. TbatltshaUbelawfulfortheReove
and Council of the Municipality of Chilliwhack to raise, by way of loan, from any
person or persons, body or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the
same upon the credit of the Debentures
hereinafter mentioned, a sum of money
not exceeding In the whole tbe sum of
81000.00, nnd to cause the samo to be paid
into the hands of the Treasurer of tbe said
Municipality for the purpose and with the
object above recited.
2nd. That It shall be lawful for the said
Reeve and Council to cause any number
of Debentures to be made for such sums
of money as may be required, not lens than
8100.00 each, and that the said Debentures
shnll he sealed with the seal of the said
Municipality of Chilliwhack. and be
signed by the said Reeve.
ard. That the said Debentures shall bo
made payable in six years at furthest
from the day hereinafter mentioned for
this By-Law to take effect, at the residence
of the Treasurer of the said Municipality,
and Bhall have attached to them Coupons
for the payment of interest. -
4th. That tbe said Debentures shall
bear Interest at and after the rate of elgbt
percent, per annum from the date thereof, which Interest shall be payable annually, at the residence of tho Treasurer of
the said Municipality.
6th. That for the purpose of forming a
Kinking Fund for the payment of the said
Debentures and the Interest at the rate
aforesaid to become due thereon, an equal
special rate of one-fourth of one per cent.
in the dollar shall, inaddltlon to all other
rates, be raised, levied and colleqtcd In
ench yenr upon all rateable property in
tbo said Municipality during tbe continuance of the Bald Debentures, or any of
them,
Oth. u Bhall be lawful for the said Municipal Council, from time to time.topur-
cliase any of the said Debentures from
persons desirous of selling the same, and
all Debentures so re-punihased sball be
forthwith cancelled and destroyed, and no
re-Issue of Debentures shnll bo made in
consequence of such re-purchase.
7th. That this By-Law shall take effect
nnd come Into operation upon the day
of A.D.18B4.
Sth. This By-Law may be cited for all
purposes as the --Municipal Hnll Loan
By-taw. 1884."
Take Notice*
That the above Ib a true copy of the pro*
.used By-Law, upon which tbe vote of tiie
Municipality will betaken on tho llhef
Juue, A.ft. ISM, from 10o'clock a.m. till 4
o'clock p.m., at the following desoribed
place: Council Chansber, Ceutrevllle*
OEO. W. CHADSEY, C. M. C.
.AT..
Port My,
Port Hammond,
taer Valley,
.FOU .SALE BY.
C. D. BAH),
Real Estate Broker
.AND..
NOTARY  PUBLIC,
Columbia Street,
 ORDERS   IOR	
SURVEYING
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
MONEY TO LOAN
-AL80-
A*ul 6r Li&i Pin and Aooidnt
INSURANOI  OOMPANIU.
(apSto) t< WSa^W»Sa-f*W^g*P^^^M
ADVERTISING   RATES,
Transient Advertisements.—First Insertion! 8 cts. per Hue; subsequent Insertions,
lets, per Ifne.
Regular Commercial and Business Advertisements.—! column, $12 per month:
«col,, V jier month; J£col,,$4permo»th
; 1 Inch, $1.50 per
standing advertisements which remain
over 8 months. If for a less period the
rates will be: 1 col., $15 per month: JS col.,
19: K col., 15; 2 inches, 98; 1 inch.fe
Specials, among reading matter.—First
Insertion, 10 cts. perllne; subsequent Insertions, 5 cts. perllne.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, $1 eaoh.
Funeral notices accompanying death notice, 60 ate. extra.
or All transient advertisements will be
measured by a scale of solid Nonparlel,
which makes 12 lines to the inch and 7
words to the line. Display linos must be
allowed for In making estimates, No advertisement Inserted lor less than $1.00.
%\u §ritfeh fototnbwn.
Saturday Horning, June T, 18*4.
The weather continues bright and
charming.
The  largest ants in the world—
■   Eleph-ants,
J. O. Mills, a prominent New York
broker, is dead,
The Republicans have carried the
election in Oregon.
Nanaimo customs receipts lost month
amounted to 97,328.
Senator Skead has been appointed
postmaster of Ottawa.
The R. 0. Indian church at Burrard
Inlet ii nearly finished.
A California farmer has grown a
sunflower weighing 57 pounds.
The Toronto Mail building had a $20,-
000 fire on the Queen's Birthday.
Yesterday we received Toronto daily
papers of May 20th, only 8 days old!
We regret to learn that Mr. Hogan,
of the Inland Sentinel, is ill in Victoria.
New sidewalks are being laid down
on some of the. principal streets of
Fort Moody.
The annual Methodist camp-meeting -commenced at Chilliwhack on
Wednesday last.
Nanaimo is reported to be full of
people and prosperity, notwithstanding the settlement bill.
The Reformed Episcopal congregation of this city held their first communion on Sunday last,
Arthur Fenny, of Nanaimo, has been
awarded the contract for the new lighthouse at Plumper's Pass.
The Governor-General has intimated
his intention of visiting British Columbia, but not this season.
Persons looking for Work should
read the advertisement headed "Contract" in another column,
Seal fishing on the west coast of
Vancouver Island bos beefl very successful during tha season just closed.
A telegram was received from Tacoma yesterday stating that the str. Idaho would leave for this port lost night.
The Scott Aet campaign still rages
with unabated fury in Ontario. Evidently the province is ripening for
prohibition.
Rer. J. D. Huff, Baptist minister,
of Washington Territory, preached in
the Hyack Hall last Sunday morning
/j       and evening.
The N. W. Rifle Association will
hold its third competition for the season at the range this afternoon, commencing at 1.30,
Rer. Mr. Allen, or the R. E.
church, will hold divine servico in
Good Templars' Halt, Port Moody, at
3 p. m. to-morrow.
We understand that the Baptists of
this eity are making arrangements to
erect a church and secure tne regular
services of a pastor.
A large (und of cattle from the interior wu driven orer from Port
Moody to this city yesterday afternoon, arriving here nt 7:30.
The new wagon road to Port Moody
is declared by everybody to be every
decided improvement. There is a
good deal ef travel orer the road.
The new building ou Columbia St.,
to be occupied by Mr. Lewis as a
blacksmith shop, and tbe Pacific Carriage Works, is now nearly finished.
Mr. Goldstone, auctioneer has re-
ceired instructions from Mr. S. Barnes
to sell hts household effects by auction
on the 18th inst. Particulars next
issue.
From a communication in the Colon-
ist we see that the government guide,
Mr, Halpenny, is doing good service
In settling immigrants on Vancouver
Island.
Mr. J. C, Hughes returned from the
great Indian gathering at Lytton yesterday. There were about 900 Indians
present. Bishop and Mra. Sillitoe
hare gone to Okanagon.
Whiteley'a original Hidden Haud
Company arrived ov the Yosemite yesterday and gave the Hidden Hand in
the Drill Shed last night. The company will appear in an entirely new
play to-night. The press notices we
have seen of this company are most
flattering.
Mr. Stephen, president of the O. P.
R., will soon return from England,
his mission having proven almost a
toMl failure. Unless the government
ean be induced to release their mortgage upon the Canadian Paoifio road,
no stock can be sold in the present
condition of the money market.—Globe.
Judge Jas. Q. Maguire of the
Superior court, San Franoisco, and
Mrs, Maguire, are spending their vacation in this province. The judge, bv
invitation, occupied a seat on the bench
with Judge Gray at the county court
Thursday, Mrs. Maguire Is staying
with her sister, Mrs. J. J. Shinabar*
nr, wife of a well-known oitisen.
Judge Maguire is rery much pleased
with our city.
The sure effects of Ayer's Sanaparilla
are thorough and permanent. If there ts
a lurking taint of scrofula about you,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla will dislodge It, and
expel It from yonr system.
, — ■-*•> —•
Thi Statutks.—We have received
from the Government Printer, Mr.
Richard Wolfenden, a copy of the pro*
rincial statutes for 1884. -The book
Is rery neatly printed and bound.
♦ —
BamaiotI — From an announcement in our advertising column's it
will be seen that Mrs. Eckstein has
made an assignment, and that the contents of her establishment in this city
will be offered for sale at once to satisfy
. creditors.   For particulars read   the
advertisement.
 «.	
Pmabbd.—The Rer. T. Crosby,
superintendent of the Port Simpson
distriot, visited the shipyard in this
city Isst Tuesday, and after a careful
inspection of the stesm yacht under
construction by Messn. Oliver and
Worth, for use iu connection with his
mission, expressed himself well pleased
with both model and workmanship.
Ecclesiastical, — The commission
of ministers in Toronto, to whom the
congregation of St. Andrew's Church
here delegated their right to call a
minister, as successor to Rev. Mr.
Jamieson, have nominated the Rev.
J. S. McKay, M. A. Mr. McKay
has accepted the call, and may be expected to arrive here in a few weeks.
Pipe Clay.-Mr. W. D. Purdy
showed us the other day a specimen
of fine white day taken from the
brick yard of Messrs. Purdy & Henderson. It seems to be a rery fine
sample, free from grit, and well suited
to the manufacture of earthenware.
The quality of the clay and the locality where it is found render it of
great value.
—        ■»
Chilliwhack Oamp-Mietino. — A
correspondent at Chilliwhack writes
that there is a good'attendance at the
camp-meeting, On Thursday Cant,
John, of Oultas Lake, received a telegram from the Nootsaok tyhee asking
him to meet 18- Nootoock Indians at
Sumas Landing on their way to camp*
meeting, Three wagons were nt once
despatched for that purpose.     *
Death or Mas, Lehman.—By the
death of Mrs. S, W. Lehman ef Mount
Lehman, on Thursday of last week,
not only has Mr. Lehman, lost a faith*
ful wife in the midst of her days stricken down by the hand of death, and a
large family'an affectionate mother;
but the thriving liew settlement has
lost its pioneer lady. We are sure
that the bereaved .husband and family
have the sympathy of the large circle
of their acquaintance in their deep
sorrow.
—    ■**•-       •—
Island Railway Lands.—Already
73 applications have been made to the
Nanaimo land office for records under
Squatter's and Settler's clauses of
Island Railway Aot. The applications
aggregate over 11,500 acres. British
Columbia wants, hardy, industrious
settlers on the lands, so as to rotain in
the province the millions of dollars annually paid to foreigners for breadstuff's
and farm produce, If the principle of
growing your own governors is correct,
surely we should grow all the food we
need. The province can be self-sustaining in this respeot provided the
right class of men are placed upon the
public lands to cultivate and improve
them.—Nanaimo Free Press,
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The Amelia.—The new steamer
Amelia, Capt. Ross, arrived here yesterday morning from San Francisco,
and was berthed at Turner, Beeton
& Co.'s wharf. She left San Franoisco on May 25th, but owing to strong
winds put into Crescent City and Cape
Blanco, which latter place she left on
Sunday last, making the time from
San Franoisco to- this port in about
four days steaming. The steamer Is
almost a sister boat to the H. B. Co.'s
steamer Enterprise, which used for
yean to ply between here and New
Westminster, Tho Amelia lias a regis*
tered tonnage of 385, with horse power (Am. measurement) of 245; was
comparatively rebuilt in San Franoisco in 1878, and hails from that port.
She will be employed on the route
between here and the ports of the east
coast of this island.— Standard,
Blub Ribbon.—There was a good
attendance at the Blue Ribbon meeting on Wednesday evening last The
programme consisted of two choruses
by the oboir, sougs by Miss Howay
and Mrs. Price, and readings by
Messrs. Steele, Price, H. Cunningham
and W. Mclnnes. After the conclusion of the programme lemonade was
served by the ladies and generally
patronized.
Again in the Toils.—We believe
Mr. Anthony Melody, of unmelodious
reputation, is likely to come before
the police court again in connection
with supplying liquor to Indians. It
will be remembered that not long ago
Anthony escaped a term bf imprisonment by transferring his license. If
the case now standing against him is
proved it will show the extreme thinness of the transfer.
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Shipping Items.—Wednesday, str,
Irving for Hope; str, Slope for Viotoria; str. Yosemite from Victoria.
Thursday, str. Yosemite for Victoria;
str. Slope from Victoria. Friday, str.
Ruby from Victoria; str. Slope for
Victoria; str. Ruby for Chilliwhack;
str. Yosemite from Viotoria; str. Irving from Hope; str. Yosemite fur Port
Hammond; str. Dunsmuir from Nanaimo.
A whisker dye must be convenient to
use, easy to apply, Impossible to rub off,
elegant in appearance, and cheap In
price. Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers unites in itself all these merits.
Try it. ■
Blaine ror President.
At the Republican convention at
Chicago yesterday afternoon James Ot.
Blaine go* nominated for the presidency of the United States, having
received 544 votes.
Gladstone on the Blub Ribbon.—
In the British Temperance Advocate for
May is a letter froni the Rer. A. C.
Bevington, in which ho sayw that,
being stationed at Hawarden, he hu
had the honor of several visits from
tbe Premier, and in connection with
his last visit a very interesting conversation ensued in relation to the
Gospel Temperance Mission, when fin
substance) Mr. Gladstone said:-—"I
see," said he, as ho looked at the blue
ribbon, "that you and your family are
connected with the Blue Ribbon movement, and I am rery pleased to see it.
From the fint I have watched the
temperance question with great interest; but I am bound to say that no
phase of it has erer yielded me bo
much satisfaction aa this has done.
To witness the large number of min*
isten of all denominations, and of
yours, the still larger number of members of perhaps all the churches,
wearing the ribbon of blue, is an exceedingly gratifying circumstsnee, and
speaks well for the future; indeed, I
firmly believe, as far as this matter is
concerned, that muoh brighter days
will soon, in God's good providence,
dawn upon us."
County Court.—Court opened Wednesday morning, Judge Gray presiding.
The fint case called was that of Chis-
holm vs. McLeod. ■ Some, time ago J,
A. McDonald sold his lease of property
belonging to the Brown estate for
1240 to Alex. McLeod. At the time
McDonald was considerably in debt,
and his creditors, of whom Mr. Chis-
holm is one, contend that the ule of
the lease wu fraudulent, and deprived
them of tlieir just dues. It wss claimed that the lease wu worth a great
deal more than McDonald received for
it, and that at the time of making the
ule McDonald's mental condition wu
such as to incapacitate him for the
transaction of business. A large number of witnesses" were examined, and
the cau occupied the oourt from Wednesday morning till afternoon yesterday. Mr. McColl (Corbould & McColl)
appeared for the plf., and the Hon. A.
E. B. Davie, Q.C., for dft. There wu
a special jury in the cue, aiid a verdict was given for the defendant.
The oue of Nelson vs. Trembath wu
then taken up, Mr. McColl (Corbould
& McColl) appearing for plf. and Mr.
Bole for dft. The case occupied tbe
rut of the day, and stands for this
morning.
Contemptible,—Something purporting to be original poetry appeared in
the Port Moody Gazette last Saturday,
in whioh an attempt wu made to
bring one of the magistrates of that
place into ridicule and contempt. The
effort, we are sure, must havo failed,
for we should be sorry to hold suoh a
poor opinion of tho people of Port
Moody as to imagine them capable of
being influenced by rot like that. We
believe that during his residence at
Port Moody (which, bythewsy, is a
good deal longer than that of the Gazette editor), Mr. McGillivray hu conducted himself u a gentleman should,
aud hu gained the esteem and confidence of a large majority of theciti-
sens. It is surely a mistaken policy
for a newspaper whioh professes (although the profession is a fraud) to be
published at Port Moody to vlllify
such a person, That is not the sort of
thing to build up a new city or attract
thither a desirable claw of citizens.
Any blackguard may write bad rhyme
for the purpose of slandering thou
who are hia superiors, but it is not
often one can find a publisher willing
to lend his columns to that sort of
attack. We know of only one suoh
publisher in this province.
From Okanagon,
(Correspondence of the Colombian.)
Okanagok, May 20.--The Ooeur
d'Alene mines are still attracting a
number .of restless spirits; several
mounted parties with pack animals
hare passed through since the middle
of April. Though the spring wu late,
the seeding weather could, not have
been better; this no doubt' tended to
a greater acreage oeing sown than in
any previous year, and so for the crop
is most promising. The election of
officers in the Mounted Riflo Company
took place here on the 24th inst., and
the following are the names of thou
elected: Captain, C. O'Keefe; Lieut.,
T. Lambly; Ensign. T. Wood; Sergts.,
J. Lyons, G. Parkinson, D. Nicolson;
Corps., B. Lequime, J. Schubert, T.
Clinton, Busier, R. Wilson, A piece
of contemptible ballot stuffing wu discovered, nnd grave suspicions are held
that one officer did not gain his majority honestly. Messrs. Tronson ■&
Nicolson's uwmill is still at the Mission, doing good work and receiving
many new oners. Mr. Postill is putting in a new mill at Spallumcheen,
and will double the capacity of last
year. He is also making several minor
additions, Industry has its own reward. The weather ia fine, and dry
particularly toward the Minion; Spal-
lumoheen hu been more fortunate in
regard to. rain.
Steamboat Meeting.
CanuwHAoK, June 6.—A publio
meeting wu held here at the council
chambers on Tuesday, June 3, to dis-
cuss steamboat matters. D. McGillivray, Esq., (reeve) wu called to the
chair, and Horatio Webb acted u
secretary. After fully discussing the
question of how we shall get cheaper
rates of freight and passage, the present charges being so exhorbitant,
some parties stating that they had
paid $6 per thousand for lumber from
N. W., fl for empty barrels, $8.50
for a hone and sulky; the following
resolutions were passed unanimously:
Moved by Horatio Webb, seconded by
Henry Kipp, That this meeting is of
opinion that steps should be taken to
secure the services of a steamer or
steamers of sufficient capacity to do
the carrying trade between Chilliwhack
and Victoria snd all way ports at living rates; that is to uy. not to exceed:
From Victoria to Chilliwhack, freight
and passage, |4. N. W. to Chilliwhack, freight, 12; passage, $1.50.
Chilliwhack to Victoria, freight, $3;
passage, |4. Chilliwhack to N, VV.,
freight, $2; passage, |1.60; way ports
in proportion. Beds and meals not to
exceed 60 cento. Cattle and hones
ume rate u passage to the different
ports. MoredbyA.C.Wells,secondedby
Theophilus Duravillo, That this meeting appoint Meun. D. McLean, Robt
Stevenson, and G. R. Ashwell a committee to obtain the signatures of all
parties at Sumu and Chilliwhack who
are willing to bind themselves to an
agreement to patronise any party or
Sarties who ore willing or prepared to
o the carrying trade from Chilliwhack
to Viotoria and all way porta'at the
figures aforesaid for a term of 3 yesn;
on condition that the party or parties
shall also bind themselves to carry out
the aforeuid arrangement. The committeo to report their result to a publio meeting of which they are to give
due notice, and tbat the committee be
further empowered to correspond.with
parties and obtain all information
possible or make any other arrangement with ths people that would suggest itself. All shippers to be bound
In a bond of not leu than $260; steamer ownen in a sum equal to the aggregate sum of the signers. The commit-
tee will be glad to receivo any communications on the subject. Mured by
A. O. Wells, seconded by G. R. Ashwell, That the report of this meeting
be unt to the Bbitish Columbia v.—
Carried.      - Horatio Webb, Seo.
It wu on "Prehistoric Man in Egypt
snd Syria," and was illustrated by,
large diagrams, also flint implements
and bones collected by Mr, Dawson
himself on the spot during his winter
tour in the Eut; Professor Boyd-
'Dawkins, F.R.S., kindly assisted in
the classification of tho bones. In
dealing with his subject, Dr, Dawson
remarked that, Great interest attaches
to any remains whioh, in countries historically so old, may indicate the residence of man before the dawn of history. In Egypt, nodules of flint are
very abundant in the Eocene limestones, and, where these have beeu
wasted away, remain on tho surface.
In many places thero is good evidence
that the flint thus to bo Hound everywhere hu been, and still iB, used for
the manufacture of flakes, knives and
other implements. These, as is well
known, were uBcd for rauny purposes
by the ancient Egyptians, and in
modern times gun-flints and strike-
lights still continue to bo mnde. The
debris of worked flints found on the
surface is thus of littlo value as au indication of any flint-folk preceding the
old Egyptians. It would be otherwise
if flint"implements could bo fouud in
the older gravels of the country. Somo
of these are of Pleistocene age, and belong to a period of partial submergence
of the Nile Vallev. Flint implements
had been alleged to be found in then
gravels, but there seemed to be no
good evidence to prove that thoy nre
other than the chips broken by mechanical violence in the removal of the
gravel by torrential action. In the
Lebanon, numerous caverns exist.
These were divided into two classes,
with reference to their origin; some
being water-caves or tunnels of sub*
terranean riven, others sea-oaves, ex*
cavated by the waves when the country
wu at a lower level than at present.
Both kinds have been occupied by
man, and some of them undoubtedly
at a time when the animal inhabitants
and geographical features ot the region
were different from those of tho preseut
day. They were thus of various ages,
ranging from the post-Glacial or Antediluvian period to the time of the
Phoenician occupation. Dr. Dawson
then remarked that many geologists in
those days had an avenion to using
the word "Antediluvian," on account
of the nature of the work whioh, in
nrs now gone by, unlearned people
attributed to the Flood described
in Scripture, but u the avenion to the
use ef that word wu, he thought, not
called for in these days, he hpped it
would pou away. Speaking as a
geologist, from a purely geological
point of view, yid from a thorough
examination of the country around,
there wu no doubt but what there wu
conclusive evidence that between the
time of the fint occupation of these
caves by men—and they were men of
a splendid physique—and the appearance of the early Phoenician inhabitants
of the land, there had been a vast submergence of land, and a great catastrophe, aye a stupendous one, in whioh
even the Mediterranean had been altered from a small sea to its present
size. In illustration of this, the
caverns at the Pus of Nahr-el-Kelb
and at Ant Ellas were desoribed in
some detail, and also, in connection
with these, the occurrence of flint implement! on tbe surface of modern
sandstonu at the Cape or Has near
Bey rout; these last wen probably of
muoh leu antiquity than those of the
more ancient caverns. A discussion
ensued, whioh wu token part in by a
number of distinguished Fellows of
the Royal Society, including Sir H.
Barkly, F.R.S., Profewtira Wiltshire,
F.R.S., Warrington Smyth, F.R.S.,
Rupert Jones, F.R.S.; Colonel Her-
sohel, F.R.S., the talented son of the
late Sir John John Henohel; Dr. Rao,
F.R.S., the Arctic explorer; Dr. Dawson, F.R.S.; Mr. D. Howard, the
vice-president of the Chemical Institute,- and other geologists. The meet-
sing afterwards adjourned to the
Museum, where refreshments were
urred."
The Proper Channel for tlie escape
from the system of impurities which
would, If they remained, poison the
blood, is through the bowels. When
this outlet is obstructed it may be disencumbered with Northrop k Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic
Cure, a remedy which regulates the system, invigorates digestion, and is pure
and safe u well as effective. It cures
all diseases arising from Impure Blood.
Prehistoric Man,
We' ore indebted to the secretary of
the Philosophical Society of Great
Britain for the following statement:
"A gala meeting wss held by tho Victoria Philosophical Institute of London in the second week in May, at
whioh its members gave a worthy welcome to Vice-chancellor Dawson,
O. M. 6. of McGill Unirenity, Montreal, at whose instance the Bri'Iih
Association visits Canada this year.
The Society of Arts kindly lent its
premises for the occasion, and f ts great
theatre wu crowded in every part long
before the hour of meeting. The chair
wu taken by Sir H. Barkly, G.C. M.G.,
K.C.B.,F.R.S., who—after the new
members hod been announced by Cap*
tain F. Petrie, the secretary—welcomed Dr. Dawson amid loud applause,
and asked him to deliver his address:
Ontario Biologists.
Among recent publications in biology
we lately noticed nn important work,
entitled "Mental Evolution in Animals," by George John Romanes,
M.A.,L.L.D.,F.R.S., author of "Animal Intelligence." A kind correspondent writes to remind us that, though
Dr. Romanes wu educated in England,
he Is a native of Canada, and indeed of
.our own province. His father wns
Professor Romanes, formerly of
Quern's Univenity, Kingston, and his
birthplace was, we understand, the
neighborhood of Smith's Fall's,
Mr. Grant Allen, the son of Mr. J.
Allen, of Alwington, Kingston, was
also educated in England, being entered ot Mereton College, Oxford. As un
author, Mr, Allen hu already made a
shining mark. Besides "Flowers and
their Pedigrees"—noticed in our ru
cent iuue—ho is tho author of tho following works, all of which Imve beun
most favorably received by thu critics:
— "Physiological jEsthotics," 1877;
"Oolout Sense," 1870; "Evolutionist
at Large," 1881; "Anglo-Saxon Britain," 1881; Vignottes from Nature,"
1881; Colon of Flower," 1882; nud
"Colin Clout's Calendar," 1883. Air.
Allen has also been a fertile contributor to English newspapers and magazines.
Talking of biologists who are natives
of Ontario, we should nnt fail to name
Professor William Osier, of MuGill
University, Montreal. He is tho
brother of gentlemen distinguished iu
the realms of law nud finance, and tho
son of the former rector uf Dutulas,
where, we believe, he was born. Professor Osier achieved a reputation nt n
bound by his researches on human
blond. His monograph oxuiteil great
Interest in tho Royal Socioty of England, nnd wu published among its proceedings. ' He has since published an
extensive series of investigations in the
department of pathology, and has contributed somo of the most important
articles to a great Medical Dictionary,
which is now in course of publication
in the Unitotl States,
Altogether. Ontario has no reason to
be ashamed of her sons of biology aud
kindred subjects.—Toronto Globe,
Mr, George Tolen, Druggist, Graven-
hurst, Ont:, writes: "My customers who
have used Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure say
that tt hu done them more good than
have ever used.     It Iisb
Indeed a wonderful influence in purifying the blood and curing diseases of tho
urgai.
and all disorders of the system,
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Several houses for ule by C. D, RAND.
NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Montreal, May 22.- Tho first through
train of fifty cars of agricultural implements and dry goods left Montreal for
the northwest over the Ontario k Quebec
Railway yesterday. The first east-bound
freight arrived to-day with flour from
Ogilvie's mills, Winnipeg.
Ottawa, May 22.—It is stated that
an Order-in-Council has boen passed in
reference to Manitoba's claims. The nature of tho concessions will not be made
known until tho reassembling of the
Manitoba legislature, but it is believed
that the extent of the concessions will
bo an increue of subsidy, tlie principal
claims being allowed to stand until the
-next session of parliament.
Halifax, May 23.—At u meeting of
the Conservatives in Amherst last night,
after tho close of the Tuppor banquet,
Mr. G. J. Townsliend was nominated to
contest Cumberland for the vacancy created in the House of Commons by the
retirement of Sir Charles. Mr, Towns-
hend, at present, is one of the representatives of tho county iu the Provincial
Assembly.
Ottawa, May 23,—The general meet*
fng of the Hoyal Society was resumed today. Rov. W. H. Withrow, D. D„ author of "The Catacombs of Rome and
their testimony relative to primitive
Christianity," a "History of the Dominion," aud many other well-known
works, was unanimously elected a Fellow of the Society in tho place of the
late Dr, Todd. Ou tlie recommendation
of the section on English Literature, the
following committee wu appointed to
take part in the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of
Science, at Philadelphia, in September
ne.:t: -Messrs. Hunt, Dawson, J. W,
Lemoinc, Howel, Wilson, Bailey, J. G.
Bourlnou, Stev/art, Cherriman, Carpmael,
Chauveau, and McGregor, with such
other members of the society as may be
present In Philadelphia at the time of
the American Association meeting, A
committee wu also appointed, to meet
members of the British Association at
Montreal In August. After a long dis-
cuBsion it wu decided that the next
meeting of the society shall be held In
Ottawa.
Kingston, May 23.—This morning at
eleven o'cloek the Vice*Regal party visited Queen's College. They were accompanied by Hon, Speaker Kirkpatrick
and Mayor McCammon. There wu a
large number of citizens present, the ladies again predominating. The Governor-General and Marchioness were received at the main entrance by Principal
Grant, members of the University Conncil, the Faculties of Queen's and its affiliated colleges, resident graduates and
undergraduates. The display of academic robes and colors was quite profuse.
Dr, Grant, in welcoming the visitors, referred at Bome length to the origin and
history of Queen's. At the close of his
address tho party proceeded through the
new educational block, visiting uch
class-room, the laboratory, the library,
the museum, and finally Convocation
Hall, and the Governor-General expressed
his admiration of tho arrangements. The
paintings of ex-Professors and ox-Principals he examined critically, and displayed
his knowledge of art by unhesitatingly
picking out the best portrait from a
painter's standpoint. Returning to tho
camps the Marquis planted a rock-elm
tree within a circular plot opposite to
tho main entrance, and the Marchioness
planted a similar stripling on the west
side of the building. Then Dr. a Grant
led tho way towards his own residence,
oa the steps of whicli Nellie Watson,
the little daughter of Dr. Watso.i, Professor of Logic, handed to the Marchioness a beautiful bouquet. There being a
large number of ladies on the verandah
of the building, by request they were
presented to Lady Lansdowne. An informal levee followed.
London, Ont., May 23.—The Rev.
Beni. Sickles, a well-known Church of
England clergyman, this afternoon stepped into the store of Mr. Alex. Johnston,
m Richmond-street, and uked for a
drink of water. He was directed to the
faucet at tho head of the cellar stairs,
but being ignorant of tlie fact that the
stairs wero there lie missed his footing
and fell to tho bottom. On being picked
np it was found his injuries wero so severe as to necessitate his removal to the
hospital, wliere he died soon afterwards.
Mr. Sickles, who was of Indian parentage, was well-known in London, and
waB much esteemed,
Baltimore, May 23.-In tho African
Methodist Episcopal conference to-day a
report was adopted recommending the
bishops to issue a proclamation, declaring the union of tho A. M, E. Church
and the Uritish M. E. Church of Canada
and the British Provinces. The salaries
of the bishops were fixed at 82,000 a year
and travelling expenses. Worn-out
bishops aro to receive $1,000 a year, and
bishop's widows $25 a mouth while thoy
continue widows-
Ottawa, May 24.—The Canada Gazette announces tho following appointments: William McDonald to be senator,
and Lieut.-Col. Irvine, of Retina, Heroh-
iner, of Calgary, commissioners for the
better preservation of the peace, are respectively appointed commissioners of
police for British Columbia.
Montreal, May 20.—The Bank of
Montreal and tho Merchants' Bank of
Canada arc among the creditors of Grant
k Ward, New Vork. Tho Bank of Montreal claim of $150,000 has beon paid
with the exception of 99,600, for which
the bank holds good security, nominally
worth $18,000. Tho debt of the Merchants' Bank, §125,001), has already hm\
paid in full.
Ottawa, Mny 20. -It is reported that
Mr. Christopher Robinson lius declined
to yo to England to argue against Ontario before the pi-ivy eouncil when tho
boundary award "question comes tip.
Attor|ioy*Gc.ioral Miller will lmvo to
rcp-vi-en'i tlio Dominion unless DftltOu
McCarthy's services aro secured.
PojtTAou la pKAiitix, May 20:—the
largest five in I'ortoua U> Prairie since
1SS1 occurred last night. Tho American
Hotel, Thos. Forrest, proprietor, and W.
J, Mills' carriage shop wore destroyed.
Tho cause is not known. The tiro brig-
ado nrrived too lato. Tho loss was
nhout $1,600.
Sitmsut of tiik Rocki&s, May 27 —
Oa the 2flth au important event in the
history- of tho Dominion of Canada took
place, whfcn the rails of the Canadian
Pacific Kailway were laid across the
Summit of the Rookies into Britisli Co-
tiiinbia, thus uniting that province by
an t roil hand to its eastern sisters. To
Mrs, Brnth'ei-B, wifo oi Mr. l<\ P. Broth-
era, trn-jk superintendent, and to Mr.
blckoy, government laihvay inspector,
was allnted tho pleasing task of driving
tho last spikes in the Northwest Territory und tho first in British Columbia.
Ottawa, May 27.—As numbers of
miners are gathering around tho rich
auriferous regions of the Rockies the
provisions of the Peace Preservation
Act will bo put iu force early hi June.
Loxoos, Juno 4v—Karl Granville is
preparing a note to Washington in relation to collecting conspiracy funds within the jurisdiction of tho United States.
Cairo, Juno 4,—It ts rumored the
Mahdi hns gone to Khartoum. Its surrender is shortly expected.
p. Bortle, of Manchester, Ontario Co.,
N. Y., writes: "I obtained immediate
relief from the use of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil. I have had asthma for eleven
years. Have, been obliged to sit up all
night for ton or twelve nights in succession. I can now sleep soundly all night
on a feather bed, which I had not been
able to do previously to using the Oil."
A Heroic Dog.
It was not an hour after dawn, yet
the waiting-room of the great central
station was full. It was always full.
Outside, each minute of tbe day,
trains came and went to Canada, to
New England, te the South, to the
great West,
The thronging crowd gathered there
now were of every variety of race
and condition, and their pursuits were
as various. Here were a group of
young fellows, laughing and boisterous, on their way to Harvard; there a
poor family of pale, silent emigrants,
going to seek their fortune in Dakota.
A party of delicate women and children, wrapped in furs and attended by
liveried servants, were wailing for the
train which would take them to Forida.
On this bench sat a bonanza king, who
was on his way to his gold mines in
California, mid ou that half a dozen
sturdy Norwegians aud black-eyed
Spaniards, who had just landed from
an ocean steamer, each with his whole
possessions tied in a handkerchief,
und in his hat his ticket marked Denver, Col.
Each man was only intent on himself and his own business. In spite
of the crowd there was a murked
quiet. We Americans are a silent
people. Tho soft morning air blew
freshly through the long hue of cars
and puffing entrkies; a faint hum came
from without. • It wob the great city
awakening for the day.
A Scutch collie, belonging to one of
the emigrants, went from one group
to another, wagging his tail and looking up with mild, expressive eyes,
full of good nature and friendly feeling. He seemed to bind these people
together with a thread of good will.
Children called to him, the students
romped with him, ladies- patted his
shaggy head, a poor negro in the corner threw him a bone.
Just then a startled hush fell on
the crowd, and every eye turned in
one direction. A woman was washing
the windows of some empty cars drawn
on to a siding, singing as siie rubbed
the panes. She had her ohild with
her, a little fellow three years old.
While her back waB turned tiie baby
ran to the door of the car and jumped
down on the next track.
Upon this track the eastern express
train was just approaching the station.
Directly in its path was the baby, A
sort of sob of horror came from the
paralyzed crowd. The dog, with head
erect and eyes fixed, saw the danger,
and with a bound and a tierce bark
darted toward the child. The baby,
frightened, started back. The mother
went on washing windows and singing
as the huge engine rushed up abreast
of her car.
There was a crunching noise and a
faint little cry of agony. Even strong
men grew sick at the sound and turned
away. When they looked the baby
was toddling across the platform,
laughing, and the crushed, dead body
of a dog lay upon the tracK.
"Passengers for Pitteburg, Chicago
and the West!"
"Passengers for Baltimore, Richmond and the South 1"
So the cry went on, and the surging
crowd .passed out, never all to meet
again in this world.. But the faces of
men and women were pale, and there
were tears in the eyes of many of
them. The poor negro and the millionaire, tottering old men and laughing boys, were the better and stronger
for what they had leen, and were
helped upward by so much, because
even a dumb dog had beun friendly in
its life and heroic in its death.—
Youth's Companion,
WANTED,
A THOROUGHLY FIH§T- CLASS
J\.cmUtm boot and shoe maker: must be
or perfectly sober habits, and a steady
worker. To such good wages uud steady
work will be given. Apply to
Jel-3m
J. T. WILKINSON.
Chilliwhack.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
B'
OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
eovernment Street, Victoria, B. C
0. I.
BUTCHER,
CENTBKVILLK, CHILI JWHACK.
The Best of Meats
Constantly on bund.
 iny21*3m
TENDERS
For Timber Wanted.
Mrs. Barnhart, cor. Pratt and Broadway, has been a sufferer for twelve years
through rheumatism, and has tried every
remedy she could hear of, but received
no benefit until she tried Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrie Oil; sho says she cannot ex-
firess the satisfaction she feels at having
ler pain entirely removed and her rheumatism cured. There are base imitations of this medicine for Bale; see that
you get Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil.
■         *»
Have you tried Holloway's Corn Cure T
It has no equal for removing these troublesome excrescences.
LEHMAN.—At Mount Lehman, on the
80th May, ISSi, wifo of 8. W. Lehman,
aged 411 years.
rpENDERS WILL UE RECEIVED
I by the undorsigned tip to Hut unlay
the flth duy of July, 188-J, for getting out
und delivering4600feet of 12-foot, nnd 200
feet of 18-foot long CORDUROY, to be of
good sound cedar, split bustard fashion,
und not less than three inched thick and
eight Inches wide; to be delivered on the
sides of the Trunk Road nearChlluktliun
Slough Bridge, so as to be of easy access
with a wagon. Corduroy to bo delivered
on or before the lst day of October, IBM.
Surely will be required to tho amount of
8250 for the faithful performance of the
contract. By order of the Delta Municipal Council.        WM. McKEE, O. M. C.
Ladnefs Landing, June 2,1884.    Je-t-lm
Bness Direstoiy.
The following Business Directory contains only the names of persons whose advertisements appear In the Columbia*.
It will be found convenient and useful to
new-comers and persons wishing to do
business in this city. The names are given in alphabetical order:
Physicians.
Dr. Bentley ;. MoKensle Btreet
Dr. Cooper.............. Church Btreet
Drs. MacLeod A MacSwain..Columbia St
pr. Mathers „ Columbia street
Dr McGulre Clinton
\>r- Trew McKensle Street
Dr. Wade Surrey Municipality
Lawyers.
RW Armstrong.. Columbia street
Corbould A McColl McKensle street
Insurance Af ents.
W J Armstrong Front street
WD Ferris - MoKensle street
T R Teurson A Co Columbia street
C D Rand Columbia sweet
Turner, Beeton A (Jo Victoria
Woods A Turner Columbia street
Auctioneers.
W R Clarke Vletorla
Joseph Goldstone. Columbia street
T J Trapi» Columbia atreet
Howse it Hickman	
Woods & Turner.	
Conveyancers, Land Agents, At,
CrouHduile A Jones....... ._.,„. Viotoria
II V Edmonds...
WHFuldlng	
WD Ferris..?.	
Howse A Hickman....
Wm McLean	
C D Rnnd	
Woods A Turner........
 Columbia street
 McKensle street
 MoKensle street
 ..Front street
■m port Moodv
 Columbia street
 Colnmbia street
General Merchants.
STATIONERY.
HAVING ESTABLISHED
Immediate connection with;
paper manufacturers, we are
prepared to furnish the various
grades of paper, put up in quarter-ream packages and upwards,
at muoh cheaper rates than formerly. , A test lot will prove
this fact. Our stook also of
miscellaneous books, with the
usual lines of goods associated
with book stores and stationers,
is always kept complete.
T. N. HlBBEN k CO.,
mySl-tc Gov't St., Victoria.
IT A TT'O VEGETABLE
Jtlnli-LD   SICILIAN
Hair Renewer.
The Best Is the Cheapest.
Safety 1 Economy!! Certainty of Good
Results lit
These Qualities aro of prime Importance In tbe
selection of a preparation for tho hair. Do not
eipcriment with now remedies which may do
harm rather than good; bnt profit by the ex-
.mrtnnce of othert. Buy and use with perfect
confidence an article which everybody knows
to be good. Hall's Hair Eehewee will not
disappoint you.
PREPAMD BY
B. P. Hall & Co., Nashua,TSf.BU
Sold by all Druggists.
MARRIED.
KIRK LAND-WATSON. - At Craig Hall,
on the 21st nit., by the Rev. W. J.4>ow-
ler, B. A., K. Franklin Kirkland to
Elizabeth Watson, eldest daughter of
R, Watson, Esq., Delta.
PAS9EWGEM.
Fer str. Yosemite, from Victoria,June
ft— Mr and Mrs Maguire, Mrs Stoddard
and family, Messrs Jos Laidlaw. Young,
Fleming, Ewen, McLeod, Forbs, Mahsou,
Whito, Mills, Armstrong, McGowen.De-
Hultln, Pcndorgrass, Lobb, McGlllvruy
Frayn, und others.
DEFORMED EPISCOPAL Church
J\ Rov. O. II. Allen, Pastor. Services lu
tlio Court House overy Sunday nt ll a. m.
and 7 p. m. Sunday School at in a.m.
All aro invited. Jo7-t«.
MKTHODI8T   ( 111 Itril,   Mary St.
Hov. e. Robson, Pastor. Services at
11 a. m. and 7 p. in. Sunday School and
Bible 0IOSH im p, tn. Pruyer Mooting on
Thursdays at s p, m. Scats free; stranger*
cordially Invited. Jo7-tc,
P-VIOX LODGE No, U, A. F.
SI.--Tho regular Communications of this l.oii(-it are
,    . lipid on the first Monday In each
im.nllt.   Sojoni'tilii-i liri'tln-fii nro cordially invited tonth-nd      WM. now ay,
feiB-to Secretary.
M
rni'MPKi-v.vt i:.—in tlio W.C.T.U.
I rooms, i-n.--ciu.-nt of tho Mcttiodlst
DUuroli, MuryHt.: Blue Hlbb-m Club and
W. C.T. U. musical and literary cntor-
tulnmcnt ovory Wodncsday evening (rom
s to u. w, 0. t, u. meets every Wednesday afternoon at Il::»; Band of Hope ovory
Saturday afternoon at 2,80. Every ono Is
cordially Invited. myl4-lc.
H. ynoBBY k Co.,  Wholesale Clo*
THIERS AND   MaNTLB   MANPFAOTrRERS,
bog to announce that Mr. C. L. Shorey
will visit Uritish Columbia about the
lOth of May with their samples for tho
comiiifl Pall and Winter, and will, during his stay in the province, stop for a
Bhort time at Victoria, New Westminster and Nanaimo. Merchants from the
interior are invited to make appointments by letter addressed to
C. L, Shobey,
apl(ltc      Uriard House, Viotoria,B,C.
Blank Forms.—Agreements of Sale,
Leases, Coeds, and all kinds of blank
forms atT. R. Pearson & Cos,—Adv.
Mortgages, Deeds, Looses, Agreements of Sale, nnd blank forms of all
kinds, at T. R. Pearson k Co's. *
Pookkt Cutlery.— T. R Pearson k
Co. have received an asso rt men t of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England.
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views In British Columbia, 75 ets. per
set at T. R, Pearson ft Co.'s. *
Information Wanted
TF R ETHERIDGE, LATE OPBELLK*
JL vllle, Ont., who Is supposed lo be In this
Province, will communicate with the undersigned he will hear of something that
maybe to his advantage,
my31-.1t T. R. PEARSON A CO.
NORMAN'S
Electric Belt Institution,
Established 1814.
4 Queen street East, Toronto, Ontario.
These Electro-Curative Belts, Insoles
and Trusses are Superior to any other
Bemedy known to man for the Immrdl*
ale Keller nnd remanent Care of ailments arising from Indiscretion, abuse or
accident, and all diseases of the blood and
nerves,such as
Nervou Debility, Cautliniloii,
Urnltnl Weakness, Uver Complaint,
Womb Trenbies. Lambago,
Fever A Agar, Uennuillsm,
Dysentery, Diarrhoea,
Paralysis, Sciatica,
BlUlonsneM, Indigestion,
Sleeplessness, Ncaralgln,
Kidney Disease, Impotcncy.
And a host of afflictions over whieh medicine has little or no control. Tbey have
been many years before the people of
Canada, aud are moro used tban ever,
which speaks better for them than any
private testimonial. Consultation and
circulars with testimonials free.
mhlHIm A. NOKMAX, M. E.
.Columbia street
.Columbia street
......Chilliwhack
Jas Ellard* Co....
Mrs Emma Gold..
Mrs MA Harper __....	
Kelly Bros ...Columbia street
CO Major. ."..Columbia street
Wm McColl Columbia street
F F Nelson Port Moody
Turner. Beeton A Co (wholesale)..Victoria
Mrs Elisa Towle Langley
Hardware! Ae.
E O Prior. ..Victoria
E 8 Scoullar A Co ...„ ...Columbia street
Carriage Works.
Johnston A Smith. .....Columbia street
Commission Merchants.
W R Clarke. .'....Victor.*
Homer & Son Front street
Draggliti.
p 8 Curtis A Co Columbia street
JS McGulre .Clinton
A Peele Columbia street
Boots and Shoes.
R Thomas ...Columbia street
J T Wilkinson - ChllHwhaolc
Flonr snd Feed*
Gustuv Hauck Front street
J G Bunte Columbia street
WProtheroACo .Columbia street
Tailors.
John Walsh Colnmbia stree
Books, Stationery* *e.
T K Pearson A Co. -Columbia street
T R Pearson A Co ...Yale
Mnsloal Instruments.
JBagnnlU .Vletorla
Cross' Musical Agency.,.. Victoria
T It Pearson A Co. Colnmbia street
Cigars.
Kurtz & Co, Victoria
Liquors.
E Brown A Co..
Hclioed: Co	
....Columbia street
 .Sapperton
Brighton (Geo Black).. .............Hasting*
Farmers' Home (jTum!>ull)......Church it
Occident (J Austin) Columbia street
Royal (Mrs M A Harper) Chilliwhack
Mrs Elian Towle	
Union (T Bartlett)..
...Langley
 Cbllilwhaok
 Chilliwhack
Fish Beaters.
Jas Taflandale ......Front street
Butchers*
Robt Dickinson - Colnmbia street
S J Turner ............Chilliwhack
Painters, Kte,
Murray A Fry Clarkson street
Contractors and Builder. ■.
J A Calbick , ......Merchant Square
Stage Line*
J M Wise New West 4 Port Moody
Pile Drivers.
Gilley, Mooney A Co.....Addres8t Postofflce
Saw and Planing Mills.
Brunette Saw Mill Sapperton
Branch lumber yard at Port Mood*^
and victoria.""
Dominion Sawmill ........Richard street
Branch lumber yards at Port Moody
Royal City Planing Mill Richard street
Branches at Port Moody tt Nanaimo,
Book Binding,
R T Williams. Victoria
Seedsman.
G A McTavish ..North Saanich
Printing Ofllee.
D Robson dt Co (fto/HmWaii).....Columbla st
Ruling nnd plain binding.
ORGANS
HANG'S
MUSIC.
-FOB SALE BY	
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
COLUMBIA STREET,
New   Westminster   B. C.
■        (M|5to|	
Frank Siddall's Soap
FURNISHED BY
HENRY W. HUGHES*
THE ABOVE ARTICLE HAVING
been tried by nearly every lady in
town with success, needs little or' no de
scrlption, but for strangers the following
is printed:-—It does the washing for a
family in two hours; no boiling allowed;
little or no rubbing on the board; blue
not needed; does no harm to clothes.
Plenty of reference if desired. One bar
does two weeks' washing- Tho finest
soap known for face and hands, shaving,
etc. Once used, it becomes a necessity.
Money refunded if the above is not true.
The undersigned being the first to introduce it, respectfully asks the ladles to
patronise him. Orders kindly received
by Ellard ft Co., at the Occident Hotel,
and orders received and Soap supplied
at Mr. O. G. Major's, cor, Columbia and
Mary streets.
Being well known as agent for all
newspapers, magazines, and books sold
by agents only, I need no introduction.
To those out of town, a letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
H. W. HUGHES,
mh21 New West., B. C.
Banes' Patent Poot aad Mean Power
Scroll Baws,
Circular Saws, Mortisers, Lathes, Ten*
oners, Formers, Etc.
OSBORNE A ALEXANDER,
Sole Agents, 638 Market St. Sau Francisco. Mechanics'Tools, Hardware and
Machinery. Catalogue of all our goods
sent free on application. ap26-3m
USTOTICB.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKK that
il wc Intend making application to
tense from tin- chief Commissioner of
land-- and works, for timbering purposes,
tlie following described lands in New
Westminster District:
Commencing at a stake about 5 chains
oast of the oost shore line of Howe Bound,
and about 1 mile south of Wail's Point;
thenco north ao chains: thence east GO
chains; thence south 20 chains; thenoe
west Go chains to point of commencement
and containing one hundred ncres.
HkBECK BROS. A CO.
New Westminster, RC, May 12,IBM.
 myH-lm.
NOTIOE.
T HEREBY GIVB NOTICE THAT I
.1 intend to apply to the Chief Commit*
 idsan*"*        "   ■ —
. - ho followingdt ...._..__,
situated in the District of New Westmln-
sToner of Lands and Works for permission
to-purchase:JhoJpI lowing described lands,
Commencing nt the NW corner of the
Government Reserve, situated on the
southern sido of English Bay; thence doe
south, along the western boundary of said
Reserve, to Its southwest corner; thenee
dun west 110 chains, mon or less, to the
eastern boundary of Point Grey Reserve:,
"'— ' -"•    "' wt ---'---
    - ngll _,,
thenco easterly, along shore of English
thence due north,  along .said eastern
boundary, to the short of English Bay;
Bay, to the place of commencement, con*
talnlng about 80u acres, moid or less.
R.T.WILLIAMS,
Victoria, E C. 8nl April, 1884.       apfl-tc
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
jiH we intend making application to the
Chief Commlsslonerof Lands and Works
for permission to lease for timbering pur*
poses the following desoribed lands, situ*
ated in New Westminstor District:
Commencing ota post about 90 chains
south of 8E corner of I/>t 430, Main	
Strait; thence true east 180 chains; I	
south 80 chains: thence west 180 chains;
thence north, following shore line, to
point ot beginning, containing 1400 aores,
more or less.
Commencing at a post about 1 mile
west of Thunder Bay, Jarvls Inlet; thenee
true north 128 chains; thence true west 6K
miles; thenoe south 10 chains; thenoe eaat
70 chains: thenco douth 6S chains; thence
east IW chains; thenoe following line of
lease Y to point of beginning, containing
7000 ncres, more or less.
MOODYVlI.LK SAWMILL Co. (Ld.)
" ~*™*" Manager.
B, SPRINGER,
•jtirrard Inlet, B 0,12th May, 18M,
[14*2m ©ur Store.
Bemetly for a Gross Husband
"Bedlam let loose! Pandemonium
in rebellion! Chaos turned inside out!
What ia the reason a man cannot be
allowed to sleep in the morning without this everlasting racket raised about
hii earn? Children crying—doors
slamminn—I will know the reason of
all this uproar."       ,
Mr. Luke Darcy shut-the door of
hia bedroom, with considerable emphasis, and went straight to the breakfast table.
AU was bright and quiet and pleasant—Bedlam wasn't located just there,
and Mr. Darcy went stormingly upstairs to the nursery.
Ah! the field of battle was reached
at last. Mrs. Darcy sat in her low
chair trying to quiet the screams of
an eight-months old baby, scion of the
house of Darcy, while a rosy boy of
five yean lay on his back, kicking and
crying in an ungovernable fit of childish passion.
"Mrs. Darcy!" enunciated Luke,
with a loud and ominous precision,
"Aay I inquire what all thii means?
Do you know that breakfast is wait-
iugr
"I know, Luke—I know," said the
poor perplexed Mrs. Darcy, striving
vainly to lift the rebellious urohin up
by one arm. "Come, Freddy, get up
and be washed,"
"No-o-o!" roared Master Freddy,
performing i brisk tatoo on the carpet
with his heels, and clawing tho air
at a furious rate.
Like an avengtog vulture Mr. Darcy
Esunced upon his son and heir, carried
im to tbe closet and turned the key
upon his servants.
"Now, iir, you can cry it out at
your leisure. Evelyn, the nurse is
waiting for the baby. We'll go down
to breakfast."
"But, Luke," hesitated Mrs. Darcy,
"you won't leave Freddy there!"
"It's temper that iB at the bottom
of these demonstrations, and I'll conquer that temper or know the reason
why. It ought to have been checked
long ago, but you are so ridiculously
indulgent."
"But if he'll say he'i sorry, Luke?"
Mr. Darcy rapped sharply at the
panels of the door.
Are you aorry for your naughtiness,
young man?"
A fresh outburst of screami and a
renewal of a tatoo was the answer.
"I am sure he is sorry, Luke,
pleaded the mother, but Mr. Darcy
shook hii head.
"Entire submission is the only thing
I will listen to," he aaid shortly.
Evelyn, with a dewy moisture shadowing her eyelashes, and a dull ache
at the heart, followed her liege lord
down to the breakfast table.
A tall, blue-eyed young lady, with
bright chesnut hair, and cheeks like
rose velvet, wai at the table, by name
Clary Pruyn, by lineage Mrs. Darcy's
sister, she opened her blue eyes,
rather wide aa the two entered.
"Good gracious, Evy, what's the
matter?"
"Nothing," answered Luke, tartly.
"Something is the matter, though,"
aaid Clara shrewdly. "What is it,
Evelyn? Hu Luke had one of his
tantrums?"
Luke sat down his coffee cup with
a sharp click.
"You have very peculiar expressions.
Miss Pruyn."
"Very true ones," said Clara, saucily.
Evelyn smiled in spito of herself.
"It's only Freddy, who feels a little
cross, and—
"A little cross?" interrupted the indignant husband. "I tell you, Evelyn,
it'i quite time it wu checked. Oh,
that parrot! what an intolerable
■creeching he keeps up! Mary, take
that bird into the kitchen, or I shall
be tempted to wring iti neck. What
does ail these eggB, Evelyn?
Mr. Darcey gave his egg, shell and
all, a vindictive throw upon the grate.
"And the plates are as cold as a
stone, when I ve implored again and
tain, that they might be warmed.
ell, I  shall eat  no breakfast this
morning."
"Whom will you punish most?" demanded Miu Clara.
Luke pushed his chair back with a
vengeance, and took up his stand with
hia back to the fire.
"Please air," laid the servant, de-
precatingly advancing; "the gaa bill—
the man says would you settle it
while—"
"Nol" roared Luke, tempestuously,
"Tell the man to go about his busi
neu; I'll have no small bills this
morning."
Mary retreated precipitately, Clara
railed her long brown eyelashes.
"Do you know, Luke," she said
demurely, "I think you would feel a
great deal better if you would do just
u Freddy doei—lie flat down on the
floor and kick your heels against
the carpet for a while."
Luke gave hii mischievous sister-in-
law a glance tbat ought certainly to
have annihilated her, and walked out
ol the room, doling the door behind
him with a bang that would bear no
false interpretation. Then Clara came
round to her sister, and buried het
pink face In Evelyn's neck.
"Don't icold me, Evy, please, I
know I have been naughty to tease
Luke so!"
"You have spoken nothing but the
truth," said Evelyn quietly. "Clara,
sometimes 1 wonder how I can endure
the daily cross of my husband's torn
per."
"Temper!" uid Clara, with a toss
ef her chunut brown hair. "And
the poor dear fellow hasu't the leut
idea how disagreeable he makes him-
Hit."
"Only this morning," said Evelyn,
"he punished Freddy with unrelenting severity for a fit of ill humor which
he himself hu duplicated within the
the lut half hour."
"Evelyn," said Clara gravely, "do
you suppose, he is beyond the powor of
cure?"
"I hope not; but what can I do?
Shut him np u ho shut up little Freddy?"
Evelyn'a merry, irresistable laugh
wu cheeked by the arch, peculiar expression In Clara's blue eyes.
"The remedy ueedi to be something short and sharp," uid Clara,
"ana the dark closet system combines
bothrequiiitu."
"Nonsenu!" laughed Mn, Darcy,
riling from the breakfast table in obedience to her husband's peremptory
summons from above stairs.
Luke wai standing in front ef hii
bureau drawer, flinging ihirts, collars,
cravats and itockingi reokleuly upon
the bedroom floor.
"I'd like to know where my silk
handkerchiefs ant, Mn. Daroy," he
fumed. "Such a state u my bureau
li in, ii enough to drive a man crazy!"
"It'i enough to   drive a woman
Pf, I think," uid Evelyn, hope*
y, stooping to piok up a few of
ti* scattered articles.   "You were at
the bureau hut, Luke,   It is your own
fault!"
"My fault—of coune it'i my fault!"
snarled Luke, giving Mn. Darcy's
poodle a kick that sent it howling to
its mistress. "Anythingbut a woman's
retorting and recriminating tongue.
Mn, Darcy, I won't endure it any
longer!"
'"Neither will I!" Baid Evelyn, reso*
lutely advancing, as her husband
plunged into the closot tor hiB business
coat, and promptly shutting and locking the door. "I think I have endured it quite long enough—and here
U an end of it!"
"Mrs. Darcy, open the door!" said
Luke, scarcely able to credit the evidence of hiB own senses.
"I shall do no auch thing," said
Mra. Darcy, composedly, beginning to
re-arrange shirts, stockings and flannel wrappers in their appropriate receptacles.
"Mn. Darcy," roared Luke, at a
fever heat of impotent rage, "what on
earth do you mean?"
"I mean to keep you in that clothes
press, Mr. Darcy, until you have
made up your mind to come out in a
more amiable frame of mind."
There wu a dead silence of fully
sixty seconds in the closet, then a
sudden outbunt of vocal wrath.
"Mrs. Darcy, open the door this
instant, madam!"
But Evelyn went on humming a
saucy little air and arranging her
clothes.
"Do you Hear ine?"
"Yes. I hear you."
"Will you obey me?"
"Not   until you have solemenly
promised me to put some eort of control on that temper of yoi'n, not until
you pledge yourself hereafter to treat
your wife as a lady should be treated;
not as a menial."
"I won't!"
"No? Then in that case I hope you
don't find the atmosphere at all oppressive there."
Another sixty seconds of dead silence, then a audden rain of heels and
hands against the wooden panels.
"Let me out, I say, Mrs. Darcy!—
Madam, how dare you perpetrate this
monstrouB piece of audacity?"
"My dear Luke, how strongly you
remind me of Freddy! You see there
is nothing I have bo little tolerance
for as a bad temper. It ought to
have been checked long ago, only you
know I'm so ridiculously indulgent.'
Mr. Darcy winced a little at the
familiar Bound of his own words.
Tap, tap, tap, came softly on the
door. Mm. Darcy composedly opened
it and saw her husband's little ofiiee
boy.
"Pleue, mem, there's some gentlemen at the offico in a great .hurry to
see Mr. Darcy. It's about tho Apple-
gate will cue."
Mn, Daroy hesitated an instant;
there wu a triumphant rustle in the
closet, and her determination wu
taken.
"Tell the gentlemen that your master hu a bad headache, and won't be
down town this morning."
Luke gnashed his teeth audibly, as
Boon u the closing door admonished
him that he might do ao with safety.
"Mrs. Darcy, do you presume to
interfere with the transaction of business that ii vitally important, ma'am?"
Mrs. Daroy nonchalantly took up
the little opera air where she had left
it, letting the soft Italian words ripple
musically off her tongue.
"Evelyn, dear!"
"What ia it, Luke?" Bhe asked mildly*
"Please let me out. My dear, this
maybe a joke to you, but—"
"I assure yeu, Luke, it's nothing of
the kind; it iB the soberest of serious
matters to me. It is a question u to
whether my future life snail be miserable or happy."
There wu a third brief interval of
silence.
"Evelyn," uid Luke, presently, in a
subdued   voice,   "Will you open tliis
door?"
"On one condition only?"
"And what is that?"
"Ah! ah!" thought the little lieutenant general, "he's beginning to entertain
terms of capitulation, Is he?"   On conditions," she added aloud, "that you will
break yourself of the habit of speaking
sharply and crossly to me, and on all
occasions keep your temper."
"My temper, indeed," sputtered Luke.
"Just your temper," returned his wife,
sternly.   "Will you promise?"
"Never, madam."
Mrs. Darcey took up a pair of hose
that required mending, and prepared to
leave the apartment. As the door
creaked on its hinges, however, a voice
came shrilly through the opposite key*
hole.
Mrs. Darcy, Evelyn, wife!"
"Yes."
"You are not going down stain to
leave me in this place!'"
"lam."
''Well, look here—I promise,"
"AU and everything! require?"
"Yes, all and everything  that you
require- confound it all."
Wisely deaf to the muttered sequel,
Mrs. Darcy opened the door, and Luke
stalked out. looking right over the top
of her shining brown hair.
Suddenly a little detaining hand wu
laid on bis coat sleeve.
"Luke, dear!"
"Weill"
"Won't you give me a kiss?"
And Mrs. Darcy bunt out crying on
her husband's shoulder.
"Well?" ejaculated the puzzled Luke,
if you aren't tho greatest enigma going.
A kiss? Yes, a half a dozen of em if
you want, you kind hearted little turnkey. Do not cry, pot, I'm not angry
with you."
"And may I let Freddy out?"
"Yes, on the same terms tbat papa
wu released, Evelyn, wu I very intolerable?"
"If you hadn't been, Luke, I never
should have ventured on suoh a violent
remedy."
"Did I make you very unhappy?"
"Very."
And the gush of warm, sparkling
tears supplied a dictionary full of words.
Luke Darcy buttoned up his overcoat,
put on his hat, shouldered his umbrella,
and went to the Applegate will case,
musing u he went upon the new stats
of affairs that hod presented itaelf for
his consideration,
"By Jove," he ejaculated, "that little
wife of mine is a bold woman and a
plucky one!"
And thus he burst out laughing on the
steps.
ft is more than probable that he left
his stock of bad temper In the law buildings that day, for Evelyn and Clara
never uw any more of it; and Freddy
is daily getting the best of the peppery
element in his infantile disposition.
Men, after all, are but children of a
larger growth, and so Mr. Evelyn Daroy
had reasoned.
■'"*——— ■*». —
An Irishman, writing a sketch of
his life, uyi he ran away from
hii father, because he discovered he
wu only his uncle.
With many women, going to church
is little better than looking into a bonnet shop,
 ♦, i —
Use the safe, pleasant, and effectual
worm killer, Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator) nothing equals it.
The lateat thing in dresses—night-
drulei,
WHOLESALE k RETAIL
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeee
o cj u
V.  *i.JP
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeee-
ICAL HALL,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW-
WESTMINSTER,
(jadtc)
B.   C.
&
-IMPORTERS	
i COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
FBOM ST., • NEW WETTMINSTEB
OFFER FOR SALE
Extra, Superfine and Graham
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
FLOTJE
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS
Jm.SmSm
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN  SACKS,
HAMS, BAOON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agents for Pacific Const Steamship Co.
(jaflto)	
BrMtteJai IL
DeBeck Bros. & Go,
Manufacturers and dealers in all
kinds of
Mhingles, Shaken, Pickets,
AND TRAYS.
We Intend to keen a fnll stook of
Opposite the Bnnk, Columbia Btreet,
New Westminster, B. 0.      [my26-tc.
New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new fcuods
consisting in part of
ID—I'm"   GOODS,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC.
j   A fine selection of
Groceries and Frowns
Always on*hand.
Holbrook's stone building, Columbia
street. myi6-tc.
STOVES
L8.8adv.lCt
Have juBt received per
NORTHERN PACIFC RY.,
A large consignment of
STOVES
 AND	
RANGES
From the celebrated manufg firm of
E. C. GURNEYa CO.,
Hamilton, Ont**
O. G-.
MAJOR
Has now on hand a full and
well assorted stock of Dry-
Goods, consisting of:
LADIES'
In Great Variety,
BLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
Theso stoves embrace the
NEWEST ft BEST DESIQNS
And cannot be excelled by Any others in
the Province. Having been imported
dlreot, they will be sold at very low
prices.
E. S. SCOULLAR k CO.,
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
apl 2- to
Port Moody!
FOR SALE I
rw LOTS
Fronting on the best portion of tlie harbor,  suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, elose to the
Railway.
"Ved-o.a'ble Land
On the harbor, admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or otherman-
ufacturing purposes.     Special
advantages given.
Sash,
Doors,
Blinds,
Mouldings
Ac., dec, Ac, In fact
Everything in Woodwork
That will be required to
FINISH A  HOUSE
From bottom to top.
Orders for Scroll Hawing, Trimmlnf
and fthapln**, will be promptly and onre*
fully attended to. We pay particular attention to the manufacture of good,dry
Salmon Boxes,
And wo believe our customers will bear
ub out In saying that we make
The Best Salmon Boxes on the Kiver.
We sincerely thank those who have fa*
vored us with their patronage in tho past,
nnd beg to solicit a continuance of their
favors. During the past winter we have
made extensive additions to our Mill, and
can now fill orders more promptly and
cheaply than ever. .We have chartered
the steamer "Iris" for the season, and will
therefore be able to deliver Lumber
promptly. We have also to announce to
tho citizens of Port Moody that we have
opened a branch of our business at that
place, and will be able to flit orders from
there Inn few days.
PEBECK BROS. A CO.
New Westminster, Uar 28th, IBM. Ito
By the acre, In favorable position!), close
to the terminus.
Town lots and land In the City aud District of New Westminster.
Xa.te-a.dixiBr Xave«tox«
Will do well to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT,
Columbia St., New Wo.tmtn.ter, B. G.
no7] P. 0. Box 39. to.
In all the Leading Colors,
LADIES' UfilDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian Lambswool,
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's, in plain
and   stripe,   Merino   and
Lambswool,
Infants'Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Boots, Gaiters, In-
fantees, Polka Jackets, and
Wool  Skirts,
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimmed with fur,
Black  and  Colored VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KID    GLOVES
Direct Importation
r nnnum
«WINE & SPIRIT MEROHANT.a
171)1101111
BEGS TO INFORM THE RE3ID-
ents of New Westminster and vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which h» will .upply
I BOND oi DM PAID,
In Quantities to Salt Coitomcri.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Gllty'., London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
COLUMBIA.   BTBHBKC,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE8.
NOTIOE.
NOTIOE IS HERKBY GIVEN that the
the Orown lands commonly known
as the Hallway Reserve, lying to the West
of Fort Moody. In Now Westminster district, are not open to purchase or pre-emption, and aU personn are warned against
squatting upon or otherwise dealing with
tho same.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Com. of L. <fe W.
Lands tl Works Dept., Victoria, B. 0.,
Mny 2nd, 1884. my3tc
PUBLIO NOTIOE.
LANDS IN NEW WESTMINSTER DIST.
6-vroTioa is iibrbby given that
ll all vacant, unreserved and unoccu-
led Cftwn Lands situated to the south of
io North Arm of Fraser River and to the
west of tho Mud Bay rond, will be open
for salo or pre-emption on and after Monday, the 2nd June next.
All persons claiming a right to any of
these lands must file n statement of their
claim with the Commissioner for the District prior to that dato,
VM. SMITHE,
Chief Com. of L. A W.
Lands and Works Depsrtment, Victoria,
B. 0„ May 10,1884. my!4-lm
NOWJOEL
Land Reservation, New Westminster District.
ublio notice ib hereby
. given that all the vacant Orown Land
.tuated within the boundaries of those
Sections In Township No. 4, New Westminster District, which are enumerated
below, Is hereby reserved from sale, preemption or settlement, until further notice, tor the purpose of Dyking and Reclamation, vis:—
Section 4, Sections 7,8,0,10,15,10,
1,20,21,22 and 27.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Com. of L. A W.
Land & Works Department, Vletorla, E
C, 2nd June, 1884, je4-lm
situs
NEJ
17,18,1
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against the Colonial Hotel are requested to prbsent them to the under*
signed at once; and all persons indebted
to the said hotel are requested tp make
immediate settlement.
J. E. INSLEY, Proprietor,
New West., Deo. 17th, 1883.      [del0-to
Mrs. M. Harrison
HAVING ENLARGED HER HOTEL
opposite the Steamboat Landing at
Chilliwhack, Is now prepared to give the
BEST ACCOMMODATION
To the travelling public.   Chilliwhack
is the most' delightful Sutomer Resort In British Columbia. Splendid ■
drives aud delightful mountain scenery.
 my2I-3m. .	
TURNER, BEETON & GO. J
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STBEET • VICTOBIA.
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Vo. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON tOO.,
36 Flnabury Circus,
London, E. C,
Black and dark shades,
, and tinted,
White
PACIFIC
CARRIAGE
WORKS
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. €.
Union Temperance Hotel,
CEtmKTIUB, 4MILUHIAC K.
Board and Lodging.    Horses for Hire.
THOS. BARTLETT.
apso-tc Pproprletor.
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
CARRIAGES,
Painting   and
neatly done,
,inng
A STOOK OF OOFflHS ALWAYS ON HAND
no24to]
J0HN8T0N « SMITH,
PaoraunoM
LACES.
Real Torchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety of imitation
Laces,
DRESS  GOODS
A large and well-assorted stock
of plain and figured Dress
Goods,
Plainand figured black SATINS
and SILKS,
Ladies' and Gents' silk and alpaca  UMBRELLAS,
•
Fur Trimming,  Buttons, Ribbons, SILKS & TWISTS,
A fine line of Ladies'  Hemstitched   Handkerchiefs,
Table Napkins,White and Brown
Table Linen, Sheetings in all
widths, Towels, Cottons,
And a full assortment of other
Goods   too   numerous to
mention.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
SILVER JEWELRY
Gold mounted; a fine assortment.   Bracelets,  Lockets,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets.
Other Silverware in great variety
Men's Clothing!
In large variety, good material,
and prices to suit.
Also, a large stock CUTLERY,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE constantly on
hand.
A full and complete stock of
Groceries S Provisions!
|3"Goods delivered  free of
charge in any part of the City.
C.Q. MAJOR
Cor. Colombia & Mary Sts..
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
(oallto)
PUBLIC NOTICE.
THERE AS, BT  A PUBLIC  NO-
' tlcu, Dated 3rd August, 1878, publish*
__ Jn the British Columbia Gazette, certain lands on the Mainland of British
Columbia were reserved for railway purposes.
And whereas, the Dominion Government have relinquished nil claim to that
"ortlon of those lauds lying to tho west of
'ort Moody.
Public notice is therefore hereby given,
.hat the above Reservation Is hereby rescinded tn so far as It relates to those
landB lying to the wost of tho Mud Bay
road, the North rood and tbe North Arm
of Burrard Inlet
WM. SMITHB,
Chief Com. of L, A W.
Lands and Works Department, Victoria,
B. C, Hay 10.1884. myH-lm
NOTICE,
ISLAND RAILWAY LANDS.
VTOTICK IB HEREBY GIVEN that
±H on and after the lst June noxt, all
those lands which are reserved for Railway purposes, on Vancouver Island, will
be open to pre-emption, by actual Bettlers,
at the rate of one dollar per acre, as provided by the terms of the Settlement Act,
47 Vic, oh. H.
Squatters who have occupied and lm*
proved nny of the Innds within this tract,
sttould mako Immediate application for a
record of tho name, upon printed forms for
tbo purpose, which can be obtained from
the Government Agont for the District
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Cora, of L. 4 W.
Lands and Works Department, Victoria
Ii. C.,7th May, 188*. mylO-lm
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'V.
1 Old Broad St. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares. Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dook, and the
Cargoes of suoh Vessels; also, Ships build*
ing and .repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FBOM LOSS OR DAMAGE BT FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600.000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. AHMBTRONfi,
Agent for New Westminster,
NEW    SCHEDULE
—Of—
WAGES
WHITE  LABOR
Canadian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $125 00 per month.
Rock Foremen.... $3 50 to $4 00 it day
Earth Foremen... a SO to  3 60    "
Bridge Foreman.. 3 60 to  4 60    "
Bridge Carpenter.,
lst claa.  -160 "
Bridge Carpenter.,
2ndelan  3 00 "
Maaons 1 60 to  3 60    "
Stone Cutter..... 3 00 to  I 80    "
Blacksmiths,    ht
elan 3 60 "
Blackamlth., 2nd
claa. 300 "
Blacksmith Help-
en............ 1 60 to  200    "
Driller.  2 OO to 2 25    "
Laborer.  1 76 to 2 00    "
Hewers, latclau   3 60 "
Chopper., lit claa. 2 OO to 2 60    "
Scorer., lit elaai    2 60 "
All outalie labor 10 houn par day.
All Carpenter, to furnlih their own
Cheat Took.
All Employee, to find themselve. Pad,
Board and Lodging. i
Boarding Howe, will be convenient
along the Line.  Board—(6 per week.
It will not be compulsory tor Employee, to board In the Company'. Houses.
Wage, will be paid monthly, on th.
10th of each month.
A.  OHDERDOHX.
GlNUM, M.MAOH,
Ornoi o> tbi CoHTMoniu,
CiiuDMX Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1,1883.
TASLS
Showing th. date, and place, of
Court, of A..I... N1.1 P.tn., and
Oyer and Terminer ror th. year
1S8«. _
SPRING ASSIZES.
(On Vancouver Island.)
Victoria Monday. 7tlt April.
Nanaimo Wedneaday, 4th June.
(On Mainland.)
New Westminster^Wedneaday,... 7th May.
Yale Monday 19th May.
Kamloops, Friday, 80th May.
Clinton,.. Saturday 7thJune.
fall assizes.
(On Vancouver Island.]
Victoria Monday,. Wth Novomber.
Nanaimo, ......Wednesday, 3rd December,
[On Mainland.]
Richfield Monday,... Sth September.
Clinton Tiicflday,..30tli September.
Kamloop W'dn'sdayflth October.
"ytton, Saturday,..18th October.
.ale,... .Saturday,.3fith October.
New west, .W*dn'sday,l!*th November.
20th January, 1884. feSto
DR. SPINNEY & C0.'S
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STBEET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DR. .FINNEY, well known as th. feu.,
dar of th. Montreal, (O. IS.) Medical lull. .
tola, and lat. ProprWor ol th. BPINNEYVILU
INFIRMARY, wonld   most respectfully inform !
hia patient, ud th. afflicted generally, lhat be I
■till continue, to treat chronic and nerrona di..
earn with unparalleled anccen.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Remember tbat procrastination hi the thief ot ■*■
tlm. ao **""
OOIHB AND BB HEALED.
It tnr.tt-9ti.not what your trouble* mny be, coma 1
wid let tbo Doctor exemlne yonr cue. It will !
coit yon uotliIi.it for coniultatlon, to pleue call '
end iitiily younelvee whether the Doctor under. '
itnndi your caie. It lie am euro you hu will tell ,
you ioi if not, he will tell yon that, for ke will i
not undertake a cam Ublew he le confident of tf. '
footing r. curo.
Partlee et a distance wlihlng treatment, ly j
tending |2A tnd a minute dcicrlptlon of tlieir
trouble! will receive In return ft full coune ol j
treatment KCUroly packed io ri not to excite cu.
rlMlty.
DK. SPINNEY will guarantee to forfeit Fire 1
Hundred Dollar- for every caao of any kind or '
character which ha undertaken and (Ule to cure.
P, 8.—For dlieaieN of ahort etandlng. a full .
course of medicines, sufficient fur n cure, with .L
all Instruction!, will be aont to any additai on _m
receipt of 110. ■
Call tr Addreni
Dr. §PINNKT * CO.,
% 28-ly     No. 11 Eearney.it. ,8an Faanclwo.Cil.
XT EIIOK * 00. ABB MOW PBS'
JV pared to supply the very belt Ale
from the Westminster Brewery. Orders
left with Mr. Chas. MoDonough, Front Bt.,
ahall have prompt attention. Jafito
Building Ground
Oh 4 olaMbln ud Front Street!, If* W,
A BOUT 25 FEET ON EACH BTREET,
A. or through from street to street, ean be
was ' "    J"-"-" —• *■*-
itirposes: next tho
Webb's gunsmith
.leased for building
Holbrook House an<
.hop. APffiORW ED
mhS*to Land Agent
NOTIOE.
N thatfin
Coramtsslone
.   II   HBRBBY    OIVBN.
_,,   . Intend to apply to tho Chief
Joramlssloner of Lunds and Works for
permission to purchase 100 acres of land
situated In how Westminster District,
desoribed as follows i
Commencing at tho B. W, comer of Lot
471, North Arm of Burrard Inlet, thence
West 49 chains, thence north 40 chains,
thenoe East 40 chains, thenco South 4o
chains, to point of beginning,
myl7m2        JAMES VAN BRAMER.
EG. PRIOR,
Direct Importer and Dealer In
DE. ALLEN'S I
PB1VAVB   DISPENSARY,
80*4 Kearny St., Ban Franolseo, Cal.
Esmuhhkd roa tn« Bciihiifio am Spiisi Cum I
or CimoMc, Niivoob ard BnoLU Suuin.      '
THE EXPEBT SPECIALIST,
TVl. ALLEN, AS IS WELL KNOWN, IB A \
XJ regular graduated Physician, educated at
Bowdoln College and University of Michigan. Ilo
but deroted a lifetime to tbe study of the treat* 1
ment and care of dilutive within hii ipecialty.       '
*vott3nto- orav
And MIDDLE AGED MEN, wlioareiilTering froin ,
tbe effects of Youthful Indiscretion! or Emmim \
in maturer yean, Nmvous and rnTBicAtDnaiTT,  '
iHroriHOl, Lost Makhood, confusion of Idoat,
dull eyea, aversion to society, despondency, pimple* on tho face, Urn of energy and memory, frequency of urinating, etc.
Btr HOSPITAL BXPBBEBNCB
{HaTlng been surgeon In charge of two leading
hospitals) enablee me to treat all private troubles
with excellent results, I wish It distinctly under,
stood thst I do not claim to perform impoeilbill-
tl«, or to have miraculous or supernatural power.
1 claim only to be a skillful and successful Physician and Surgeon, thoroughly Informed in my
specialty—
DISEASES UP  HAH.
All applying to ma will receive my honest j
opinion of their complaints—No experimenting, I
will guarantee a positive cure In every caie 1 un*
dertue, or forfeit II ,000. Consultation In office
or by letter mu and itrlctly private. Charges
reasonable. Thorough examlnntlon, Including
chemical and microscopical analysis of urine, and
advice, 16.08. Offlce hours, 9 to 8 dally, 0 to 8
evening. Sunday, OtoU only.   Calloraddreu
DB.   ALLEN,
S6J*J Kearney street, Ban Franelico, Oal.
4y Remember, tbe Doctor baa a Viamiu
Comoobd, the result of many years of ifwcial
practice and hard study, which, undor bis special
advice, bu never failed ot success In the cur* of •
Loll HiHBOOD, PiomroBaau. oto. '
NILES' PAOIFIO COAST
POULTRY
M
LIVE  STOCK
-BOOK—
A FINELY ILLUSTRATED BOOK,
of gnat valuo f> Poultrym»n and
Stookm.il.  Sont anywhere on reoeipt ol
60 eta,
mylMm       T. R, PEARSON * CO,
STBSL
—AND—
Agricultural
Machinery.
Hole Agent tor
DMrlu Twine Bladen. Rarkeye M.w*
en, Wats.* Balk, *ak«, iNiltr
■fill at Bnadeaat feeder,
■arlMden.  Ckalkai.  Waiau.
■UmeMta t'Wef Tkreaken, He., Ht,
Plats-at Ts. Cialtlva term.
Government Street,
VICTORIA, B. C.
TBE CHEAT ENGLISH REMEDY
Isanorer-fniling
Gore for Nerv-
on!Deblllty,Ex-
baolted Vitality
of any kind,
Weakness., Paralysis, Prosta-
torrboea,and all
the terrible effects ofyouthfnl
follies, and excesses In maturer yesrs,
DB. MINTIK will ape. to forfeit
N*e Hundred Dollar, for a eats of
this kind tbe Vital Restorative (under
his special .drlce and trentment) will not
enre, nr [or anything impure or Injurious
found lu It. DR. MINTIK treats all Diseases anocessfully without mercury.
Coninllatlon free. Thorough elimination and adrloe, $5-0(1. Ptlce of Vital
Restorative, $3<00 a bottle, or four
times tbe quantity, $10-00; sent to any
address upon receipt of price, or 0.0. D,,
secure from observation, and in privet,
nan. If desired, by 1, K. MINTIK,
Those wbo cannot visit DR. MINTIK
in San Franoisco should tend a foil and
minute statement ol tbelr troubles wllh
$35-00, and In return a full course of
tledlelne will be forwarded, securely i
peeked, so as not to exolte curiosity.
All orders for medicine 0, 0. D, must
be accompanied with $1.00 (as a guarantee of good faith), which will be deducted when the package Is shipped,
SAMPLE BOTTLE FftEII.-Sent on
application by latter ttnlin'i symptoms, I
sex and age.   Goamualcatloni ttiletly
cooud.nll.l. InySMj
II Haamy aims. Ian rraaehe., Cal.

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