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Array Government fl
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Every WeflnwdM «K: fiatlfrday.
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OFFIOE.MOMIUITHET. El-ltuM T» iol-
tow. mi Iiiumi, DiMiriitiri thihics T. I.
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RITISH
TfBBkWBjt Mall, » a jralr, «1 So for 6 mo..,
nferSmo..! psyslile la AdTsnce. llellrera)
eyOttrleror /(est, 111" .Wfler, parsMa
AdtNTi
T. N. HlllEH Alii. •■••.-• VlOtOIM.
'    ,j a:.i.™™4;,HffJj!
,,JHH AlWerllel»r Agent, « Mercies''.
- -iiSSf., gsne'rsnclMu.l.imllioriMdlorecelTe
AilTertlMinent. fir till. puNr.
li*
Newspaper Advertising*
may ha found on file at
fl-so. P. Itowell * Co.'s
 „ Bureau (10 Bpruco 8t.J,,
coatnvts may be iMdtfbr It hr
Wm,,fritish, Columbian,
MMrday Moralai,. April II, MM.
,i      i.l ,ii        ' ■ HI'",
National Prosperity.
i.-;' wju
MBIAN.
VOLUi
n
NEW  WESTMINSTER, R tt,' 8ATUBDAY, APRIL 21, 1883.
NUMBER 32
No pernon 'who hat watched tlie
dVeiita of tlio past few jnn will
steady und  solid advancement.   In
all  branohes of industry there has
beeu   great  activity;  agricultural
products have grant]}' increased, with
good prices; and the carrying trade
haa been Urge and profitable.   In
addition to this, the opening up of
the North-West haa attracted large
numbers of l in migrants nnd brought
into tbe country a good deal of foreign  capital.    It is n notable fact
that'within  the hist three or four
yours ii large number of Canadians
lmvo succeed**] in amassing considerable fortunes, and the wealth of
tlie  country generally has shown a
vane increase.   In the budget speech
delivered  by tha Canadian Finance
Minister the other day it was stilted
that the surplus accumulated since
the return uf Sir John Macdonald
to power would amount to about
$15,000,000.   This is a large surplus, when we remember that the
expenditure* has during these years
been steadily increasing.   The rev
eniie for the current year ia estimated
at {34,860,000, and the expenditure
$28,8511,000.    The   supplementary
estimates will probably bring this ex-
|ienditure up to about $30,000,000]
but   the   Finance Minister thinks
theie will lie an increase in the sum
received from public lands, and that
the actual surplus for the current
year will  be nearly, if not quite,
97,000,000.    These   tacts   show a
condition of prosperity in the country whieh must be very gratifying.
Dut they show also that the taxes
we   pay are very'heavy.   Of the
whole   $30,000,000 revenue, $28,-
650,000 conies' from customs and
exeise, both of which are a direct
tax  upon  tho people.    It seems to
us that, iu viow of the. heaviness of
this tax, there should be no surplus
at nil.    If the government had reduced taxation to the extent of $7,-
000,000, and made the revenue and
expenditure balance each other as
nearly as possible, they would have
been   pursuing  a   more   judicious
policy.   In this province of British
Columbia especially the tariff is in
many cases exceedingly burdensome.
With commendable patience we have
submitted (a its exactions wlieii the
financial condition of the country
udinitted of no suoh thing as a surplus.   But  heavy taxation surely
ceases to be a necessity whin .the
income runs over the expenditure to
' the amount of $7,000,000 in one
year.   British Columbia never took
much. stock in the National Policy,
Whatever benefit it might bring to
othor portions of the Dominion, to
||cr jr meant very little else thnn tp.
B!'BiHl'id|,,(a-m|.iqM,   P«r rflnufnotnret,
aro vary few, and the high price of
labor militates serloiislyngainst overy
!   kind   of   inaiiufaotiirliig  industry.
1   While we rejoice heartily iit the
general prosperity mid development
of the country, it is not unnatural
for us to remember especially that
wo ure to u great extent shut but
from |ini'ticipiitiou in the benefits of
the national prosperity and the N.
P.   There is another fact shown by
the estimates which is worthy of
sci ions attention.   The expenditure
goes on steadily aui)' raiiii||y inpreas-
j"« fi-fflii mi HMw* tIic" Mi''
Mnukenxie'foi:ij|ed hia iidpiiiiistration
,   1873  the annua!  expenditure waB
$23,316,316.   During tlie five veal's
he held office it went up to tii,-
1 465,.'|-ll,uii increase or $1,139,065.
In  1878 Sir ,701111 Mncdoiiajd re-
Hljmiii! fp «$}<*"! tH *!•• l!,*!rP«l»*'i
ex|i«iidilui'e froin 'lint date to tbe
present year (n elusive of the estimates just brought down) amounts
to $8,794,619. In the last 17 years
our annual expenditure bus gone
' from $13,^00,000 (in round num
bers) to $«fU00,0001 During the
present prosplrlty the full effect of
this large expenditure and consequent heavy^ taxation may not be
felt; but prosperous times will assuredly not last forever, and when
financial diffioit'tties come it may not
be easy to mtice again the national
{expenditure. Mil, our opinion stir-
Ipluses should 'never enter into tho
calculation of, a finance minister
when there ii a tax imposed on the
'necessaries of Wc. If our income
were fixed, ami: did not come from
li:'«ct IdOEoLMawtbe case would, b*
ivery dift'orent. Surpluses promote •
tendency towards extravagance, and
the result of that tendency may be
seen in the rapidly increasing expenditure of the past few yeurs.
Scientific Jttiacelliro*)..
J. A. R. HOMER,
General Commission Agent,
FRONT 8TREET.
FURNITURE I
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(nkar drill shko).
Residenoe — Agnes  Street.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
aura in annouftcing that he is now
prepared to suppli all kinds of Furniture, kc, at the Mtweat powible prices.
Cabinet work ani!. UphoUtering done
promptly and In il|rt*clas8 style,
UNDERTAKING
GORDON E. CORBOULD
A-eJ»»jk^»,*Jer'-'"-***0*,«*^i',«**°-
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAM' STREET, ■ VK1T01IIA.
-A-O-SIITTB   !OE
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Oo. for Mainland.
H. C. BEETON & CO.,
-   -86 Fiiialmry Circus,
Loudon, 1**C.
Ill all its bluiichnl
lias tho oulyeHK
continuance of pubtj
Old stand, next C''
Late Manager
Store.
The undersigned
iB in the City.   A
itroimge solicited.
Tent Hotel.
IG. BUNTS,
^ Branch Furniture
au5to
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent.
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Ojip. Coli.niiil Hatel)
N K W   WB8TM INSTIUI
"Kl'Seveml good Fanne for .Sale and to
heme. 110IO
Spectroscopic observations of oometi
,ve yielded results which, in lior-
thelnt's opinion, indicate tlmt the light
of those bodies hns nn electric origin,
Mr. A. A. Common,' tho English
astronomer, believes it to be possible
to photograph stars not visible to the
eye in tho telescope with whieh tho
photographs nre taken.
Baron Nordenskjold considers that
vast regions covered witli perpetual
Ico are a physical impossibility on our
globe south of the eightieth degree of
north latitude. His proposed exploration of the interior of Greenland is
expected to give evidence confirming
this viow. ;■
Prof. Bin/., of Germany, asserts
thnt chloride of lime has given good
results as nn antidote to snake-poison
when introduced under the skin near
the wound. In casos where the patients failed to recover, the fatal effect
of the poison was evidently retarded
by the chloride of lime solution.
As marine plants do not exist at
depths of more than 830 feet, or there
abouts, M. A. Milne-Edwards concludes that the plant-eating animals
of the deep-sea wastes must live upon
food produced at the surface and gradually dropped into the depths beyond
the region uf plant-growth.
The accidental discovery lias been
made by a French surgeon that lowering the head and raising the feet of!
patients who hav»4i****"' treated with j
chloroform will cause a speedy return ■
of consciousness; nnd it is thought that (
an observance of that simple faet will!
greatly lessen the danger attending
the use of anaesthetics.
Prof. Milne, the seismologist, declares it to be his increasing conviction
that there ate   "earthquakes" of so
slow period that neither observers nor \ ph,||C|ttng» Prescript Ions and F«H-
onhnary instrument* record them. He:         ny Iter I pes a Specialty.
is urging upon the Japanese Govern-                           *—
ment the importance of establishing a {    N. H. — Only Genuine Drugs used,
series   of observatories for studying   Over twenty years' experience.    mr23
earthquakes and allied   phenomena. ' j— 	
In a recent lecture, Rev. W. H. Dal-; W.   D .   FERRIS,
linger, F. R. S., remarked that modern , '
inquiry had shown tbat two microscopic '      LAND        HOUSE
organisms may have the same forms '                     '                           '
but totally unlike functions—the one j                       —and—
being harmless and! the other deadly.
This explains how it is that putrefactive germs may be everywhere present I                       	
without alwaya causing disease. I Rent and Mt OolleOtOf.
There are good reasons for doubtingj 	
that the Australian Eucalypti—or "fe- j eas±D.t rnnn ...u. c/.. ... _
ver trees'—exort any greater influence j SEVEHAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
upon  the   healthfulncss   of   marshy
HEATH0RF8
& Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbiast,, New Westminster.
ROYAL OITY
I
Every Man to his Own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA  STREET
i   (Oi'i'l oowniai. nam),
NKW  WESTMINSTER,   B. O.
! GENERAL AGENT
tracts of country than do other trees.
Rev, J, £]. Woods, a Queensland botanist, refers to a certain mining district which is famous for fever and
ague despite the fact that species of
Eucalyptus abound in the locality.
Carefully recorded observations extending over a period of twenty years
have shown Dr. O. O. Abbott that the
autumnal storing of nuts by squirrels,
the building of winter houses by musk-
rats, and other habits of these and
other animals, or the absence of such
habits, have no relation to the mildness or severity of the winter which
follows,' It thus appears that such
creatures are no more reliable as weather- prophets tlmii tlieJiutpan cbnrla*
tans wlm claim to foreioo storms
months in advance, and another widespread and deep-rooted notion is proven to be groundless,
An English tramway has commenced
running by electric accumulators— or
"storage batteries "—a car capable of
carrying forty-six passenger.-). Tho
accumulators - fifty cells of eighty
pounds each—are placed under the
seatB of the car, and so arranged that
any part of the current required may
be used or tho whole of it may bo
switched oil'. The car is provided with
electric bells and four incandescent
lamps, all operated by the ourront
which drives the muter. A full charge
of the accumulators runs the car, whon
heavily loaded, seveti hours, equal to
half a day of tr^inway service.
Comparatively few. plants wure
known to ihe ancients, prugrens in
botanical knowledgo having mado
wonderful additions' to tho catalogue
in recent years. According to a German authority, Hippocrates described
234 species, Thenphrastus followed
with 500, and—as nearly as can be an-
ccrtaiiicil—Ri\ny know 800. Even as
recently as the date of Linnaeus'
death—1778-onlv 7204 had been described, although Tuurnefort had
claimed 10,14(1. Early 111 the present
oentuty Do Oandolle mode 30,000
named hpecics* and Lindley, in 1863,
placed the' number at ,B(!I20. At tin-
present time nearly 150,000 specie*
are known, and it is tjalto possible
Mint hviro as many actually exist.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all doscriptioiis of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly ou haml, and supplied to Fain*
Hies, Restaurants, aud Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Z.X-MCX-X--B-D
HAVE ON HAND AND AKB PKB-
PARED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALL DESORJrTlONS OV—
& Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors' Sashes, and Bliade.-
Planlng, Scroll-Sawing, Turn-
Ing, Shaping,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHINO,
executed to older with tlie
MOST IMPBOVED MAQHINERV.
FISH  CASES  A  SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  O.
JOHN HENDRY,
Manaubs.
i
NEW WESTMINSTER*
m Only Fira-ProollWiKJ^
in tiie City,
.TII CDUIIAIT DSPARI'
Jfor §itle ot %0'|Ui);t.
Stage Coaches for Sale!
APPLY TO ;. :'\
W. B. LEW Iff,
Neiw WeBtminsts'r, B. (A '
FORJBALE.   ~
LOT i>,   BLOCK' IX.   '
"      I,      "        XXII.      ,
"   10,    "      xxvHf.,
City of New Wwtahiiistar.  - '
—ALSO—■-
LOT 4,   BLOCK  I. .,
" 849,   '•       in.
"      4,       " V.
"     3,       "        X.
"   18, 19, k W, BLOCK XIII.,
was. Suburban Lands.
EDMONDS,,, ,„,
New Westminster,
MASON,
18 UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
w
Agent for the TR1VKIIKR8' LIFK
and ACCI0BKT IHBVRAHCS CO.,
Hartford, Conn.
OFFICE: — Columbia Street.,   New
Westminster. del*
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Bales RoqM, Pire.phoof Buiuwhs,
VATW 8T(«rr,
VIOTORIA, ■ BRITISH COLUMBIA,
isr Liberal atlvances nuulc on Consign,
ments.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Viotoria, Ennui,
malt, New Westminster and the Districts.
N. B. Parties desirous of soiling their
Stock, Stoek ill trade, or Fnniture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cash Buyer by calling
on the above. Office of the British Co*
lumbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatuess
aiuidispateh,
Offlre ar Harbor Master aMl Port War.
den. fel*
v    ', -/"    '%. O
■ SAWS
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Belting, Pack'
ing, Hose, &c.,Ao., *c.
FARMERS' & MINERS'
IMPLEMENTS
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
OP
HARDWARE.
THE BEST BRAND OP
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries.
Ready-Made Clothing!
AND A GENERAL LINE OF
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR
THIS MARKET,
J. H. PLEACEI CO.
IMPORTERS ASH DEALERS IK
HARDWARE
STOVES,
RANGES,   &C, &C.
House Furnishing Go ids.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
the LOWEST MARKET BATES.
TINWARE MMUfMTWHI ON THE PREMISES.
All UmIh of Water-pipe Work, al rea.
eeuahle rales, by a eompeleat Work*
man, saUslhetlon aauiraalef a.
is- Jobbing promptly attended to,
HOUUHIKI STONE BIIUDI-IC,
New WestMlHsler.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public tbat he
has pttrcbased the above Hotel, when
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors aid Bleeping Apart,
merits are under the superintendence
of Mm. AnsTM.    ,
Private Dining Rooms lor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
: A Private Bending Boom, com:
modlons, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use'of guests.
V-BC-B   BAK
Is supplied with tbe choicest brands of
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, 4c.
JNO. AUSTIN.
Proprietor.
SAN
GO TO THE
FRANCISCO
Ifc*'
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
BOOTS AND 8HOES OF EVERY
description made to order, and re.
paired, from au
INFANT'S SHOE
' —eJO    A—
na.jk.wa-m  boot.
Tlie highest CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
Oproam thi Baku,
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURBARD      INLET.
Newly Built snd Kewlr Furnished,
Lsrge aid commodloai.
OK OF THf. BUT MTF.lt ON TNI UINUSS.
Commands an unbroken view of that
' leeut sheet of water known aa
.1 Harbor, the future terminus
of   the  Caretdm Pacific
-  ..Rafiiip •    ■
■inn  •■>  ■•oiu  F*K  riaiun.
if Visitors snd Tourists will find It a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
bo strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH MANNI0N,
PROl'KlITOlt.
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,B.C.
H
eg* Storage   and    Forwarding
done at reasonable rates.
REID & HUDSON.
jyl20in
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
W1LLUE RECEIVED BYTHE
CANANAN PAOIFIG NAVIGATION CO. (LIMITED)
Except on their own Printed Forms of
Shipping Receipts, to be (*ad at f, "
Pkabsos t, fo.'s, Sfew \ycntmiiister,
M,l'i .JOHN I«V;NO. Manager.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CGMP-Y.
I Old Bhoau St. and 16 Paul Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Funning Stock,
Ships iu Port, Harbor or Dock, and tlie
Cargoes of sueh Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges aud other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland «nd tn Foreign
Countries,
SHOD LOSS ON SANAflK BT FIBS.
Subscribed and Invested Capital',
-ei.1300.000 8TG.
Rates of Premium and overy Information mi lie obtained on application to
VV,
J. AHMSTR0NB,
Agent for New Westminster.
AYRSHIRE^ BULLS!
THK UNDERSIGNED HAS POR
■ale on reuonable tenns a few half-
brad Ayrshire yearling Bulls, sired \vy \\\e
Thorouglibred Ayr*htfp M ;
T*V* ^i Mug ohoiw *\i>ii;y «o,wj.
A, S, VKDDKE,
jell Suniw,
AVXNO PURCHASED AND COM-
_ pletcly re-fumbhed aiid otherwise
atly improved this well-kuown eatab-
fiuhment, I liave the pleaaure to announce that it is now
I
M" M3 INKT
For the reception of Guests.
Conveniently located and well appoint,
ed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all tlio most modern appliances, It
will he found ia every respect the best,
aa It ia tlie largest and most commodioui.
Hotel on the Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very beet management both as regards ouisinb and
attendance, and parlies desiring them
can have PRIVATE DINING ROOMS,
with special attendance,
THE  BAR ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Wines and
Liomins, and the beat brands of Cioahs
*H1 always be hept on hand.
THE BILLIARD ROOM
la spacious and well appointed, and pro-
vided withSTBAHLs'sPATENTCUSHION
TABLES, the best In use.
J? Good attendance
charge..
MR. C. CHADSEY, QF SUMAS.
wishing to retire from business on
account of failing health, offer* for sale
on reasonable terms bis splendid improved
Dairy Farm, consisting of 520 aeres of
prairie land, of whioh 160 acres an under fence., There is a good, dwelling
on the place, also barn, dairy,
sheds, and .tables; an excellent well tod:
also barn, dairy,
i excellent weliead
a large orchard of choice fruit; and io,
short every improvement necessary for a
comfortable home and for o
short every improvement necessary f
home and for carrying on a
large and profitable business in dairy produce. Dairy stock and farming umple-
ments will lie sold'with the farm' if de*.
sired. For terms apply to the owner on
the place, personally or by letter. '
Sumas, April 6,1883.-       '   ' aplltc
i-S-fr
FOR SALE.
TENDERS FOR THE PURCHASE
of Lot .234, Group ,2, District of
New Westmiriater (160 acreB), the p'ro.'1
petty of the late Philip Johnson, will. b»
received at the office of the undersigned,
at the City of New W**-*rtminsi»r; k$W
the 1st day of May next.   ,.■,■. jrsd
There is on the above property a good
House, Burn, Smoke-house, Root-house;'
7 aores fenced in and under cultivation;;
.40 acres fino prairie land, and '5 acres,
chopped and burnt; a fine young orchard,
consisting of apple, plum and cheery.
trees, also small fruit. The timber consists of alder, cherry and vine-maple.
A never failing stream of spring water
runs close to the house.,
Half purchase money to he paid down;'
balance secured by mortgage on the pre-j.
mines at bonk interest.
GORDON B. CbRBbULD,   ;:
New Westminster. I
Dated March 30th, 1883.
mh3J
(M
A RARE CHANCE!
f-hHAT SPLENDID, WELL-BUILT,
X   and most healthful Residence,  . ,..j
HILLCROFT HOUSE,
Situate in the centre of a 2-acre lot
(being lots 17 and 18, cor. Queen's avenue and Douglas St.), fenced aid well
laid out; good carriage .drive,' staUea,
Ac; part of the ground planted as an,
orchard; an eihaustlesa supply of eibel-
lent water ou the premises; within 10
minutes' walk from steamboat landing, .
#5,000.
Lots 2 and 3, Block 29, ltoyal Avenue,
with 3 rented tenements thereon) a good
supply of water.   fS.000.
Lot 1, Block 20 (! chains square), with
2 rented tenements thereon, and good
supply of water.   SI.800.
7 lota,: subdivision of lot 49, Block fi;
haa a frontage on St. Andrew's, Pelham
and Halifax str. Five lots for J100 each,
aud 2 corner lots for 1160 each; or WOO
for the whole. .. ,
320 acres good land, beingwest half of
lot 13, township 2, Surrey municipality,
New Westminster District. .This lot is
admirably' situated, part prairie. Tlie
.Serpentine river runs through a portiaa .
of it, giving excellent facilities for reaching thb markets by water. |3.12f per
acre. ...
The whole, or any part, of the above
properties can lie  purchased   for part'
cash, the balance being covered by mort-   I
gage bearing 10 per cent interest.
E. W. DEANE.   '"
New West,, Mar. 26,1683.    "   mh28tc
and  moderate
X E. INSLEY,
PRonwBron A Masaokh.
Deoouber \, 1802.
deO
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NEW   GOODS!
—AT—
E. ELLIOTT'S
COLUMBIA   STREET.
JUST ABRIVED, A GOOD SELEC
tion of DRY GOODS, comprising:—
Uiees. Rlbbea., Preaek fflewen, Ceveets,
Ladle.' aa* Vents' Hear, CallaH, Ttee,
and ■andkereklers, PrtMs ami Breas
Good., Creleaaem Flannel., aklrtlaas.
"MMellkfS. Table Linen, Brewa ■•llaarls.
Calicoes, gkawla, Uankets, Str., Clear.
ex's Terebrne 8oap> Money and Alaiead
tiiyoerrae, Calvert', cariwlle,- arawa
Wla,lM,r, Ferl-aeurry, Ac
•.■■•■■Hardware, Teals, Dew FlUlags,
na»k Fasleiien, Hcrews, Halls, *e.
Agent for Harper Twelretree*. Wuak-
lu, Hrl.xlni, aad Makgllw "tafklke  ,
(1st nrlzo Tx>naon,Pnris nnd Vienna Exnl*
billons. Will wash for family of 8 in a
hours; no Ironing). Mhsi
PIANOS, OIUxANS.
. —Aim— 	
MTTSIGAL INSTRUMENTS
OP EVERY DESCMPTlftN, ■''
Books ft Sheet MubIc
li* ENDLESS VAKlEtY,
MUSICAL   BOXE8
'   A fine Asasortment; frofn "£J5 tb 060,
»\(*)\ALLatCO.'S
MUSIC  STORE.
80VKENMKXT STIIH, TICWEIA.
J. B AON ALL,
PiAxoroRTEAOixiAN TnsunARrrAiniH NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
For Snlo Okmf.....,w,%V>. *«'»
T63uUd.ni A. W. Lundbom
For Salo or to lease..... W. J. French
.Bargain for Cash..,\....D. S. Curtis,
■Notico    '''!...'.'..'....John Robson
Speo'ial.V J. Ellard & Co.
Special........Methodist Church
*t\ii £Snti0h Columbian.
nalarday *fa«»ln». Afrtl II.
Catching at Straws.
Party organs aometimea resort to
singular expedients to excuse or approve the actions of their party lead-
era. An example illustrating this
(aot may be found in the Victoria
Standard oi a recent date. That
paper claims that the results of the
severe storm of Saturday show how
judicious was the drydockl^Sllcy
pursued by the late ''government
Now, no peracmjtufc* as weoxre
«W**.»*W*^hWA^
ttbn of it would undoubtedly give
employment to a large number of
people, and put a great deal of
money in circulation. When completed, it would have a tendency to
encourage ship-building, and would
afford much-needed facilities (or repairing damaged vessels. It would
always give employment to a certain
number ot men, and it would add
considerably I to. our prestige as a
maritime province., The only objec
tion that has ever been urged against
the dry-dock is its cost to the province. . When any person is about to
undertake an enterprise he first endeavors to' ascertain what it will
coat, and if the prospective revenue
would justify the expenditure. The
late government does not appear to
have well considered either of these
questions. Their estimated cost of
the dry-dock has been as various ns
their estimates of the quantity of
cement needed. They declared not
very long ago that the work would
be finished without costing the province a single .dollar, whereas it has
already coat us thousands of dollars;
and there seemed to be every prospect that, under their administration, it would have coat hundreds of
thousands more, What the people
want has been stated so often, and
endorsed so emphatically at the polls,
tbat the Standard cannot enter the
plea of ignorance with any hope of
success. It is not the abandonment
of the dry-dock: it is the completion
of the dock by the Dominion and
Imperial governments, as was many
years ago proposed. The polioy sng-
gdeted'. by the people could have no
e$icf ^pon:,' the lato storm, and it
t»»»*Mt intended to interfere with
thii' speedy cotnpletion of the dock.
In addition to such senseless attempts to justify the acts of the late
governments, we observe that some
of the party organs have been for
some time engaged in a no less senseless endeavor to misrepresent and
assail the' 'present administration;
They have done nothing aiid left
nothing undoue that meets the approval of these organs. As an independent journal the Columbiak is
of opinion; that these exhibitions of
party warfare are both undignified
and unpatriotic. Every sane man
in the country must have seen that
the last days of the late administration exhibited a condition of affairs
which uo community of free people
could tolerate, The govcrnmout had
become hopelessly disorganised, and
tha affairs of tha country were being
suffered to go to the dogs. Intheface
of publio opinion they hud continued
to lavish public money upon the
dry-dock when none oould be spared
for roads, and bridges, and schools,
nnd' other matters which intimately
concerned the great body of ratepayers whose money they were
squandering. Under these circumstances, which are a matter ot his
tory, the Columbian viewed the defeat ot the Beaven administration as
an event upon which the province
should be congratulated. Tlie present government went into office suddenly, without an opportunity to
prepare and mature measures which
tho country looked for. Tbey hnd
scarcely time to return from their
respective constituencies before they
had to face the house, polioy or no
polioy. A fair-minded journalist
would have believed it. his,duty, uu
dar the circumstances, to make very
great allowances for the government,
and would have at least reserved
criticism until the policy had been
ani-aatliotri But tha organs of the
late govariunent did neither. From
the day upon which the change of
gnvWiifflifnt' was* atinonhced, they
||H V.-   leKCHl ''flg/nHy, iH IniHPqil'CMIlt
ing .and, UbalUng. the members and
their polioy. It docs not matter in
what direction truth lies. These organs concern themselves a great deal
less about, truth than about party.
Lately we have been told that the
members of the government were
quarrelling among themselves and
had. arrived at the verge of dissolution. Indeed, one ot the organs actually states that a dissolution will
be asked for the purpose of getting
rid of some members who are obnoxious to the rest. We Ure told,
moreover, that tho Kootenay bill is
going to kill the government, and
that is the reason it is supported by
Messrs. , Beaven and Galbraith !
These astute politicians perceive that
by supporting this bill they will ac-
tho downfall of the minis
.lid open up the way for their
own return to power. If this statement is true, surely' nothing more
serious and damaging could be
ight against tliese two gentlemen.
iey deliberately advocate the perpetration of a great public wrong for
the purpose of gaining political advantage to themselves I But of course
it is not true. It is merely in keeping with the policy of these journals
which are prepared to violate every
moral obligation if by any means
they can damage their political opponents. Our opportunities for information concerning the private
life of the government are probably
as good as those of the opposition
organs, and we have been able to
discover no signs of discoid or evidences of impending dissolution.
The Kootenay bill, we believe, will
be passed, and if its final adjustment secures sufficient protection
against imposition, we believe it will
be received with favor by the people. We have a better opinion of
Mr. Beaven than to suppose him
capable of such despicable political
trickery as that with which His own
organs charge him. The new government have shown, an honest determination to remedy existing evils
as far as they can do so with tho
means at their disposal, and they
have already passed some measures
of very great importance to the
province. Tlieir policy, so far as it
has been made public, and the course
they have pursued are such as to entitle them to public confidence. And
we are glad to be able to state that
they do enjoy the confidence of the
public, in spite of the silly efforts of
certain newspapers to smear them
with dirt.
A Siobxt.—The secret of beauty lies
in pure blood and good health. Burdock
Blood Bitters is tne grand key that unlocks all the' secretions. It cures all
Scrofulous Diseases, acts on the Blood,
Liver, Kidneys; Skin and Bowels, and
brings the bloom of health to the palid
cheek,
Bargain for Cash!
TWO OR THREE HOUSES k LOTS
in good repair.   Apply nt D. S.
CURTIS * CO.'S Drug Store.       ap21
FOR SALE CHEAP:
A GOOD DAIRY FARM. Dwelling
House, Barai and other out-buildings, with the Stock, Dairy Utensils aud
implements of husbandry. For particulars apply to
Wi D. FERRIS,
Land Agent, ke.
New Westminster, i
20th April, 1883. ap21tc
TO BUILDERS.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
by the undersigned until SATURDAY, the 28th tnituit, mt 12 o'clock
noon, for the erection of a Building ou
Columbia Street. Flans and Specifications may be seen at the Occident'Hotel.
The lowest or any tender not uecca-
sarily accepted.
A. W. LUNDBOM.
New Went., April 20, 1833. ap21td
FOR SALE 6r TO LEASE
mHK SHOP AND PREMISES ON
X Columbia St., next the Customs
House, lately occupied by Nelson Bros,
The situation la excellent for any buBi-
nesB purpose. The building Is divided
into two simps, and has a good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain, or
leased to a suitable tenant, Apply on
the premises to
ap21tc        fc.rf Vfc J. FRENCH.
, A COURT OF ASSIZE AND OF
JA. Nisi Frlua, and of Oyer and Terminer and of General Gael Delivery, will
bo held at each of tbe undermentioned
places, and at the times hereinafter
named:—
At Yale, on Monday, 21st May, 1883,
At Kamloops,   on  Wednesday, 30th
May, 1883.:/$::•■•■    :  ...
At Clinton, on Thursday, 7th June,
J8B3.   '
By Command,
JOHN   ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Se«ret*ry'« Office,     J .'*
\ VUorin, B. C, 10th April, 1883.
,;  <iip.!!td)
CHRL WANTED
TO DO GENERAL  HOUSEWORK
in a small family.   Apply to
MRS. D. R0B8QN,
aplSto . Agnes St.
Choral Union Concert!
GRANVILLE   HALL
THE CHORAL UNION WILL GIVE
a Concert at Granville Hall, Burrard Inlot, on MONDAY EVENING,
April 23rd, consisting of solos, duets,
choruses, kc Among the soloists will
be Mrs. Sillitoe, Mrs. Moresby, Miss
Woods, Mr. DeBeck, Mr. Clute, and
Mr. W.oods, -ntl*'" ft*P18  '
FOR _SALE.
Thoroughbred Bull
THE THOROUGHBRED BULL
"Gen. Walkem," bred by Turgis
k Co., and having a registered Pedigree,
Ib offered for sale, or would be exchanged
for another bull. He is a fine animal,
without blemish, and fivo years of ago.
Apply to INNES BROS.,
oplStc  ' Langley, B. 0.
HAS    JUST   OPENED   A   NEW
■Store at
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found » full stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries, and Gen*
eral Merchandise,
Which will bo sold at Now Westminster
Prices.
UT Next Door to Caledonia Hotel.
(ap!8tc)	
M Spring Goods!
MRS.   STRANG
BEGS TO INFORM HER FRIENDS
that she has recoived her stock of
FANCY    GOODS!
—a LSD-
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
READYMADE CLOTHING
Cheapest in the City,
Next Door to City Drug Store.   apl8
NOTICE.
British Columbia Express
Company, Limited,
SHIPPERS OF SMALL PACK-
ages, parcels, and money remittances, for Yale and Victoria, will find
it to their advantage and: at no additional coat lo forward through ua, delivering
at our office, and taking receipts therefor.
FRED. HOMER, Agent,
Front St., Now West.
Fkank S. Barnard, Manager.   aplSinl
NOTICE.
British Columbia Express
Company, Limited,
AFTER THIS DATE ALL PACK-
'ages, parcels, money remittances,
and other express matter shipped through
us for way points betweeu Victoria anil
Barkerville whero the Company have no
regular agents must be prepaid.
FRANK S. BARNARD,
Manager,
Finn. Homku,
Agent,' New Westminster.
Victoria, 12th April, 1883. upltai!
ESTATE OF JOSEPH THATCHER JONES, DECEASED, INTESTATE.
A'LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO
i tlie above Estate, will please to
pay at once, and nil claims against the
said estate, are to be scut immediately
to the undersigned,
JAMES 0. PREVOST,
Administrator.
Victoria,.April 16,1881). apl8
Notice lo Claimants of Land.
KAMLOOPS   DIVISION   OF  YALE
'     DISTRICT.
THE   STEAMER
"B^r^.2*<ra-^iL"
A, O.  ItEN.milV, MiWTKB,
WILL SAIL FROM NEW WESTMINSTER
Every M'e,lnvit,liiy, nl 7 a. III.,
For SEATTLE, via SAN JUAN and
PORT TOWNSEND, connecting with
steamers for all points ou tho .Sound.
Returning, will sail from SEATTLE
every Monday, at 7 a..m., arriving hero
on Tuesday afternoon.
For.rates of Freight or Passage, apply
to
J. A. R. HOMER, Agent,
apWte New West.
Pacific Coast SteamsMp Do's
STEAMER
3&gk VICTORIA
OAPT.   REIOHMANN,
WILL SAIL FltoM SaN FRAN-
cisco for Now Westminster on
or about >
WKDKIHIUY, Ilie   IMIl Al-Rll. lHKl,
At 4 P. M.
RETURNING-Ml. sail from Now
Westminster for   San Francisco on or
about TUESDAY,  24th APRIL.
For rates of   Freight   ami Passage,
apply to
GOODALL, PERKINS*CO.,
Sou Francisco,
Or to   J. A. R. HOMER,  Agouti;
mhlS N cw Westminster.
D. B. GMUTT,
Queen St., - Port Moody
 DEALER IX	
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Boots & Shoes, &c.
HAVING OPENED OUT A LARUE
assortment in the above lilies, tlie
subscriber is prepared to supply the
people at the Terminus City and elsewhere with everything generally found
in a first-class store.' All goods sold at
the lowest cash pikes.
t'iiiupliiu; On'111*, uf nil kinils.
apHto
D. B. GRANT.
NOTICE.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i^| the Council of the Corporation of
Delta intend to apply to the Chief Coin-
missioner of Lauds and Works to establish tho following publio highways within the Municipality of Delta :■—
1st. Commencing on the East side of
Lot 140, Group 2, at the point whore the
main road bridge crosses Crescent slough;
following the bank of Baif^iilouglv 40
chains in a Wc8te?!y direction; thence 0
chains in a Northerly direction; thence
0\ chains iu a Westerly direction; thence
42 chains along the bank of the Crescent
slough in a.Westerly direction; thence
about 30 chains in a nearly North
straight line to ineet the Southern boundary line of Lot 20, Group 2, and having
a width of sixteen (10) feet.
2nd. Commencing . at a point ou
Trunk road 110 links Northerly from
the N. E. comer of All Saints Church,
ou Lot 100, Group 2; thenee running
Westerly to where said' lino intersects
W. H. Ladner'B front ditclr.near Fraser
river; thence Westerly ou inside of said
ditch to Lot (Iti; thence following inside
of front ditch to and through Lot 54 to
the intersection of Easterly line of Wellington Packing Co.'s land; thence
Southwesterly along tlie line of said
Wellington Packing Co.'s laud to the
S. E. corner thereof; thenee Westerly to
the inside of front ditch of Lot 59 on
Canoe Pass; thence following down on
the inside of front ditch on Canoe Pass
on Lots 50 and OU, 187, 00, and to 180;
thence through 180 South to the Gulf ot
Georgia; thence Southeasterly along the
Gulf of Georgia to tho North line of the
Chiwasson Indian reserve, and having a
width of 45 feet.
WM. McKEE,
Clerk Municipal Council,
Bayview Farm, April 11,' 1883.    apl4ml
id
HAVE PLEASURE IN ANNOUN-
CIf*G- THAT THEY ARE NOW
OPENING OCT, IN THEIR
New Store!
COLUMBIA STREET
A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK
OF
Dnp&taiicals,
•   a
Dye Ms,
Perfiimery,
Toilet Requisites,
Fancy Goods,
NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVKN, that
the undermentioned lots in Kamloops Division of Yale District, havo
been surveyed, and a map of same can
be seen at the otHce of G. C. Tunstall.
Esq., Comminsiimt-r, Kamloops, nud at
tlio Lands and Works OiKce, Victoria,
where forms of proof and declaration can
be obtained.
Lot, Or1'. Namo.   .'--■••-'H.--1.--.. Hee.Nu,   Dute,
440, li; A.R.iT»WM,    '    1,070,       Due, 3.1BT7
441, 1, Duiiultl Wiilkcr, 1,048, Mny 4, "
443, 1, A.McOomiell, 1.0AS, 0rt.lB.18T0
449,   1, r. Griffin, 1,071,      Ikt.UB.W7
The above or any other claimants to
tlio above mentioned lots must prove up
their title to same within three months
from date''of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lauds, k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C., April 10th, 1883.
.•n.n  '*>'. (>p.8ih8td) ■'■-.,
Notice to Claimants or Land.
CARIBOO DISTRICT,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Sections 40, 41, 42, '43, 44, and 45,
Group 1, Cariboo District, have been
surveyed, and a map of same can be seen
at the office' of J, Bo'wrou, Esq,. Commissioner. Barkerville, and at tlie Lands
and Works Office, Victoria, where forms
of application and declaration oan be obtained. • ., j; ;
Claimants to any portion of the above
Sections must prove up thoir claims to
same Within three months 'froni date of
this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, April 10th, 1883.
(uplSi-i'(fd)
NOTICE
COl&PJkJN'Y
,     (LIMITED),
Carrying H. M, Mails and
B. 0. Expim
LEAVE IRVINO-rJ-WHARF
FOR VICTORIA:
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m.
F0K YALE & WAY PORTS;
Wednesdays and SATUitDAYSat 7a.m.
For Freight or Passage apply at the
Offioo. ■'
THOS. L. BRIO-OS.
aplltc Agent.
WM. RAE
HA8   FOR  SALE 80 OU 110 TONS
PIRST-CUSS
TIMOTHY  HAY
(Woll Cidjtd anil Clean)
$28 Ai T03ST,
Af!'; NEW.   ilWHUTMlNSTER;
—ALSO-
SPLIT & SAWN 8HINQI.ES.
"loiilte)
And everything usually foniul in a
first-class Drug Store.
In leading Household OoodB they
mention
Potash, Lye, Essences,
Cream Tartar, Baking
and Washing Soda,
Whiting, Bird Seed,
White and Mottled Castile
Soap, Toilet Soaps (a
large assortment), ficc, &C,
Whioh will ke sold ns low as possible.
In Oils they have
Castor, China - Nut,
Neats-foot, Lard, Linseed, Sweet, Cod Liver, Turpentine, etc.
All offered in large or stnnll quantities.
PURE ALCOHOL
Wholesale and Retail.
Their English and ether European
Drugs aiid Medicines are imported
direct from the London House of
Messrs. Curling & Co., and this guarantee of purity and excellence is reinforced by careful examination of Goods
on arrival.
DR. CLARKE will have charge of
the Dispensing Department, and having an experience of about 25 years,,
he hopes to give general satisfaction.
The filling ot Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Recipes will receive
special'attention'.'.■''>
Ooods uot in stock will be promptly
obtained when desired, and every effort nmdo to meet' the withes .nf customers.
Everybody is invited to call.
REMEMBER THE'PLAGE:
NEXT O00R TO COLONIAL HOTEL
trapp urns.,
General Dealers*
Ne w Westmins1|!R, B. C.
Nun West., Feb. il, 1888.
fell
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If
New Fish Mapkefcl
JAMES TAFFANDALE
HAS JUST OPENED A NEW FISH
' Mikes'onHO 3SOT1   •'-
i FRONT-.'STREETy;;*
East of the Holbro<$ House, wliere will
be found ft fuH'Bflp^ly' of "Fish of all
kinds and pf the best quality.   i»>jk JRTI
Purchases delivered many part of the
eity.   A call is, solicited. tohSSte
THE    PURE-BRED
"GLENGARiY."
FIRST •FkiJSB';AT OREGON STATE
and District Fairs. Dam and Sire
imported from Suotland. Bright dapple
bayt 17 hands; weight, 1800 lbs. Will
make the season, lat May to lit August,
at fionzale'B Farm, near Victoria,
TKRMS: £25, due 1st Auk.. Insurance 935, due when mare in foal; pasture,
91 per week. Half steamboat fares allowed to mares from a distance. Every
precaution taken to avoid accidents, but
at risk of owners of mares.
mhaitc
J. D. PEMBEETON.
P.aVictoria,Box246.
C.  Nl.  McNAUGTHEN
HAS J UST RECEIVKD THE LAKGr
est assortment of Clocks ever held
on tho Mainland of British Columbia.
')>
Nickel Clocks, at 82.2B {warranted).
Sctli Thomas' Nickel Alarm, at
93,36.
All kinds   of   MttlltCl   1111(1    OlltCe
Clocks.
Waltham Watches, coin silver cases,
from %lli upwards.
A line assortment of Stirling SIlKcr
Jewelry, of tlie latest designs. i I
Silver Plate Wure  anil Optical
Ooods,
Columbia Stkbkt,
au2 New WestniLuster, B.C.
itilECKSTEl:
OPPOSITE P10NKK1I WII.VRF,
FRONT STREET,
NEW     WESTMINSTER.
IMl'OUTKK ANIil,r.AI.Klt IS
tin floods, Clothing,
Hats and Millinery,
Fancy floods, Jewelry,
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, (lutlery.  v
Cigars and Tobaccos,
Fruits and Confectionery.
Stoek   largo and well selected.   All
Goods first-class, aud will  be sold at .
very low prices for cash, .
inhM M. ECKSTEIN. ,
TRAPP BROS.,
Auctioneers
-a ■*-*•■■ ■*■*■-
-AN INVOICE 0V-,
WAGGONS!
Cutting Boxes, Root Blioen,
Trench Burr Stone Chopping Mill*-,
Fanning Mills, Clipper and
Mohawk Plows, fte„ Ac
BURNS& COT,
VICTORIA,  B. C.
roB^l^m
BRAKTFOITO,   ONTARIO.
Portable Saw Hills,   Oris! Hills,
Shingle Hills,   Champion Engines, Saw Hill Machinery,
1st., ke.
1, Harris, Son ft Company,
BRAlJtlroitD,   ONTARIO.
Brantford Hovers and  Reapers,
. Osborne Mowers, Brnntford and
Osborne Cord Binders.       <
JMisner, Son ft Company,
BRANTFQRI),   ONTARIO,,, ,,,
Centennial Bulk)  Kake,   Spring
Tooth Harrows, Spring Tooth
Cniwntor, Brantford drain
Brill,1 *c, l*t/!I3;l
nr Machines always on hand. Repairs i
[kept. .   . ili'llt
*. fhtijritisli crphimbi-m,
Malxrilav llnrnlna, April HI, Ilea
PAaSE-KlEU.
Per sir. KNTEBPRIHE, from Vlclorln.-
is Clilsliolm, H V Edmonds nnd wife
nnd children, Mrs Williams Miss Williams, Mrs P Williams, Mrs lino, Mm
Goodlellow, Miss ArushIs, Misses Green,
Mrs W H Ladner, Miss S Dickinson, Mr
I Thompson wile nnd family. Downle,
Ilnmmoiul, Erlcson, Alton, h Willie, A H
1 Mora, CU Sword, Oold, Hev A Dunn,
Bishop Crlditc, S H Weill), Cluis Anderson,
i N Stevens, Oiilmi, Cn»li!i]«, Dolon, Burks,
I McQimrrlc, McKny, McDonald, and 25 A
i OlUen.
A number of Chinese firms in San
Franoisco have lately gone into bank-
[ ruptcy	
John Brown, Her Majesty's late
| favorite servnnt, is said to hnve laid
| up $5,000,000.
The fire losses indicate so far this
I yoar an aggregate of 186,000,000 for
| the United States.
The str. Rithet ia advertised to leave
I Viotoria at noon to-day, and will be
■ due here to-night.
New spring goods just arrived at
I Jas. Ellard & Co's. All the fashion-
|able shades and styles.
There is a very brisk demand for
Ireal estate in Viotoria, and a good deal
| has lately changed hands.
We understand tlint a construction
■train will soon be run from Maple
Tlidgeto Pitt river meadows.
The steamship Mississippi arrived at
Viotoria from San Francisco lost Tuesday night, with 200 passengers.
It is reported that an opposition
line of steamships will be put on th*
route between San Francisco and Victoria.
Some new shops hnve lately been
hut up in Chinatown which improve
lhe appearance of that quarter con-
|iderab!y.
A telegram from Ottawa to tho'Col-
lector of Customs at this port states
|hat the revised tariff went into force
isterdny.
We understand that the people of
Kanaimo will ask the Royal City to
Assist them in keeping the Queen's
pirthday.
I The steamship Victoria left San
I'ranoiaco on Thursday for this port,
■lie comes via Victoria and has 400
Inns of freight for this oity.
J The people of Burrard Inlet should
[■member the Choral Union concert
t Granville next Monday night. The
hogrammes issued present an excel-
but bill of fare.
I The str. Enterprise, Oapt. Gardiner,
Jrrivod from Victoria at 4:16 yester-
lay afternoon with 86 passengers, a
f rge freight and mails. See list of
lenders elsewhere.
I A private letter from Toronto states
lint parties aggregating 800 persons
uvo been formed at thnt place alone
b coma to British Colombia. The
lilway landa oan not be thrown open
I moment too soon, gentlemen of the
Igislative assembly.—Cotomsf,
1 The 250 girls who left Galway lately
Ir New Hampshire are under a year's
ligagomeut with mill owners there,
Iho pay their eipenses over. Several
lindred other girls wanted to come,
let them come right along to British
lilumhia. Domestic servants can
tairo places here in abundance at
|iin 912 to (20 a month, -
Hithodist Cbukch—Rev. E. Robin, pastor.   Service at 11 a. m. and
. in.'   Sunday   School   and  Bible
as at 2:30 p. in.   Seats free) alran-
Ira cordially invited.  Service at Port
fsoiy at 2:30 p. ni. »
Km R. P. Rithbt.— Capt. Irving
fought this fine steamer up on Wed-
Isday night und went through to
lie.. She haa been repainted through-
It and presents a very handsome ap-
larance. She returned at noon yes-
May and left for Victoria about 1
llook.
1 **	
bmuatAiioN AaiRT. — It ia now
pie weeks since an immigration agent
i appointed at Viotoria. That ap-
liniment we fully approve, but what
lout New Westminster t Surely the
Ivernment do not suppose that Mr.
Issop is able to manage the affairs of
|e emigration department for both
and and mainland! There ahould
an office establiahed ot this city
Ithout delay.
ll'axiTiuiTUBY Rifoet.— The annual
jport of the Britiah Columbia peni-
nitiary shows that during the year
Iding 30th June, 1882, there were 19
lnviels received, 0 discharged, and 4
pd. The number left at the close of
s year waa 62, being an increase of
llurinx the year. The affairs of tho
Initeutiary are reported to bo in a
l.iafactory condition, except that the
lilding aceonunndatiiin is not what it
fould be.
«jal Bnivm-w.—Rain, and sun-
lino.—Mr.   Lundbom   proposes   to
rat a new building; see adv.— Hos-
;al meeting to-night.—Messrs. Jas.
Ilard A Co. have received their new
Tring gouda; go and aee thom.— Rub-
Ih still thrown on Streets with Im-
Inity.-What about the 24th of May!
tSoluubhm presses continue to hum.
Plum and cherry trees are in bios-
n.—Mr. French offers his business
nd on Columbia st. (or sale.
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Nuxiat Daowwio. — Mr. Justice
ease took his three children up to
Brunette river yesterday to fish,
o uf tho boys were ploying on a raft
ile tile Judge angled some distance
In their' play one of them fell indie) river, and his little brother im-
diatoly pulled off his coat and jump-
in to rescue him. Tho little follows
hold of each other in the water and
lid have 'boon drowned hut fur the
ely arrival of Mr.  H. L. DoBeek
Mr. Ewing who suoccoded iu res-
ig them.
Huarr Rbcoiiiibsdation.—Jacob
Kmpay, of Cannamore, states tliat ho
taken Burdock Blood Bitters with
t benefit in a lingering complaint,
adds that ho would gladly rcoom-
illttonfi.
Marine .Items.—Tho strs. Enterprise and Reliance left on Wednesday
morning for Victoria nud Yale respectively, Tlio str. Rithet arrived from
Victoria Weduesdny night and proceeded to Yale, returning yesterday.
Tho str. Princess Louiso loft for Burrard Inlet Wednesday night. The str.
Wm. Irving left for Yale on Wednesday night. The strs. Enterprise and
Reliance returned from Victoria and
Yale rospeetivoly yesterday afternoon.
The str. My ra camo down from Maple
Ridgo on Thursday and left for up
river yesterday. The str. Wm. Irving
came down from Yale yesterday afternoon. The str. Dunsmuir came over
from Nanaimo on Thursday, and leaves
for that port this morning. The str.
Evangel came over from the Sound
late on Tuesday night and returned
"Wednesday morninit.
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At Last.—People in the east seem
nt last to have grasped the fact that
British Columbia is a province worthy
of their notice. The Colonist of Wednesday makes the following quotation
from n letter lately received from n
former Victorian, now residing at
Toronto: "Everybody is talking about
British Columbia. In the shops, in
tlie cars, at the social circle, tho glorious climate of the Pacific province is
contrasted with the Siberian appearance of the country here. * We are
buried undor four feet of snow-, and all
rivors nnd harbors are frozen .solid.
There will be a great rush of laborers,
farmers, business men and capitalists
to Viotoria soon. Thero is quite a
fever raging and tile people most
anxious to go to British Coiumbin nre
those whu passed the dreadful winter
among the Manitoba blizzards. Winnipeg has got a very decided black
eye."
Information for Emiubants.—We
have received a eopy of a handbook,
just issued under direction of the Minister of Agriculture, setting forth the
claims of British Columbia as a field
for immigration. The book contains
136 pages, relating to the climate and
resources of this province, and will be
a most valuable source of information
to those who propose coining to the
country. The facts are chiefly compiled, and in most cases the authorities are given. Tho present government havo eertainly shown a determination to use every legitimate means
for the purpose of bringing settlers to
this country, and providing for. thom
on their arrival here. In this their
oonduct Ib in singular contrast to that
of their predecessors. Population ha.
been the cry in British Columbia for
many years. It is now coming, nnd
wo should use every ondeavor to keep
it when the great railway works have
been completed.
New Spring floods
Jail receive,! al JAM. IXL till, A I'O.'S,
cnaNlHIIng or Mew Shade. In Dress Goods!
Printed and Brocaded Haleens, new
styles! Parasols nnd HaiiHhadr.i New
Hosier?! 811k Scarfs. Ties, and Collar*
elles, elc, cle. apSt
PROVINCIAL JiGISLATURE.
FIRST SESSION Of THE FOURTH PMUAMEHT.
MONDAY.
Discussion wns resumed on tlie laud
amendment bill, which was completed
in committee. *■
A long discussion followed on the
bill to repeal the county courts act.
Speaking to Mr. Beaven's amendment
the Hon. Mr. Davie Baid the preamble
of the resolution was neither ingenuous
nor truthful, nor did the resolution
follow from tho preamble. In somo
instances legal propositions wero stated
as facts, as for instance tlm 'statement
which would lead the houso to suppose
the Supreme Court Judges wore compelled to undertake county Court
work. The preamble was untruthful
in many respects. Any one reading
would infer that Messrs. McCreight
and Walkem were residing iu their
districts when the contrary was the
fact. The worst aspect of the pre*
amble was the suppression of material
facta. There were two ways of misrepresentation— one by deliberate untruth and the other by a suppression
of the truth. The latter was tho more
dangerous form, and was politically to
be found in tbe preamble, fho judges
had decided the Supreme Court was
not a provincial court and was not
amenable to the house. The last Government then passed un act whioh both
in terms and in scope acknowledged
the accuracy uf tliat conclusion. That
act, called the Provincial Suporior
Court Act, 1882, was the ono now proposed to be repealed. It proposed to
establish au additional superior court
to that of tbe Supreme Court bocausu
the last was not a Provincial Court.
The Dominion Government, however,
adheres in the correspondence to the
view that tho Supreme Court is within
tbe control of tho Provincial legislature, While Mr. Heaven usos this
fact in the preamble he wilfully or unintentionally omits to state another
material fact, vik, that the Dominion
Government refuses to appoint judges
under the Supreme Court Act, because
by doing so they would admit the correctness of the conclusions of the
judges. The Dominion Government
in terms refuse to in any way acknowledge the correctness of the decision of
tho judges that the Supreme Court is
not a Provincial Court. Why does
Mr. Beaven, while stating other views
of the Dominion, omit to state this ?
It was because, should he du so, the
advisability of repealing tin* net proposed to be repealed would become apparent. If' appointments under the
act involved an admission of the cor
redness of the Supreme Court decision
surety the request for the appointments
involved a similar decision. He (Mr.
Davie) thought such a position inimical
to the Province. Furthermore, the
Province waa entitled to Supreme and
County Court* under tho terms of
union. Ue never would be a consenting party to sacrifice the rights of the
Province to have both.—Mr. Armstrong said he did not see how a legal
gentleman could say there was an aot
proclaiming that the judges were not
amenable to the Province. The judges,
he believed, gave their decisions conscientiously ; they wero not willing
that the Provinco should mako rules
for them, therefore it became necessary that the Superior Courts Act
should be passed, There would be no
court in the Province if tho act wns
repealed.—Hon. Mr, Drake said the
act was not only in the way of legislation, but it pretended to district the
judges when it had no power, because
the Dominion Govornment had legislated on the residence of county court
judges, und when tho Dominion legislated the Provincial Government had
not the power. On this ground alone
the act was objectionable. The argument that we should be without a
court, if the decision at Ottawa went
against us, was absurd. The whole of
this matter was gone into on passing
the County Courts Act. The act was
an incumbrance, and he would support
the second reading of the bill before
the house.—Mr. Wilson said he would
point out a fow things in tho amendment characteristic of its author. Nothing was stated, but many things were
omitted. He feared if they passed
this amendment they would be nicknamed after a parliament in England
"the ignorant parliament," and it contained in its four corners so much both
illogical and ungrammatical that they
would say at Ottawa the schoolmaster
was abroad, but he bad forgotten British Columbia.—The vote was then taken on Mr. Beaven's amendment. The
amendment wns lost, 14 to 7.—Mr.
Beaven said if tho member for Cariboo
did uot understand good English it
was not his fault.—Mr. Wilson odvert-
ed to the word "American" being used
in Mr. Beaven's amendment for "America."—Mr. Beaven claimed it as a
typograpical error, but Mr. Wilson produced the original in Mr. Beaven's
handwriting.—The bill wns thon declared passed.
After briefly discussing some other
matters, the Sumas dyking bill was
taken up.—Mr. Armstrong pointed out
that there was only $0,017 due on
assessment, and 9001 on interest account.
The Yates atreet extension bill occupied the remainder of tbe day. and
nearly the whole of Tuesday.
ffliy Council.
Council mot on Wciine-siiny night. Present, Couiin. Curtis, Ferris, Johnston, ami
Elliott. On motion, Couu. Ferris took the
chair. Mr, It. W. Donne, membcr-elcetfor
St. Ueorgo's ward, took his scut.
The following communications were re-
ceived: From J. A, Calbick, asking leave
to siibstitutt- mud sills for piles In Colum-
m* st. extension—referred to Board of
•rtorv.-*' from John Ibbotson asking for
street *Mnp nour his premises—Inlet over;
from WUjiainl Smith, asking council not
to take any imnic.llut.' steps to construct
Hiilownlk oiiDiilln-im.   The followinii nc-
S?Aftw*SK*^n^Q^»J?* Cunningham;
EMS' JaM.WIho.$11{ T.luPcanioii^Co.
124,48; UltlTISir COLUMBIAN, HUo- Wm
Holmes, $1H; Fire Department,VOi Trumi
Hros., llUlj P. MeBroom, 1.3,12; « f
HhllcH, 93.M.
The assessment by-law wns rend it Arm
and second time. The loan by-law got tbe
six mouths' hoist hy a ununlinous vote,
Mr. Donne was plnced on health, lamp,
and cemetery committees, Coitus. Donne,
Elliott, and Curtis wore appointed ti committee to make u full report on the water
frontage licenses.
Council ndjourncit till next Monday
night,
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Iu Memorlam. --■
At a mooting of New Westminster Lodge
No, 3,1.0. O, v., held on Thursday evening, the 19th lntff,.thp following resolution
wus uiinnlmously adopted, ordered to be
placed upon tho minutes and a eopy Inserted In the locnl pnpera:
"Brothers! our circle Is broken. Death,
In Its relentlessuesH, has taken n link
from the chuin of our brotherly uRectlon
—ii link ever bright In our cause—und wc
are left to mourn for one who for many
yoars wns our companion. We shall miss
bim not only lu our lodge, but In mir
everyday travels through life. Justice
Howison Is dead I but not lost, His memory will ever be dear to us: his works nnd
the good he has dono will remain to remind us of him, while ho has gone to that
new life to become n member of the
"Lodge Celestial," where we hopo to meet
n pure and united brotherhood. May the
blcsHings of God rest upon his widow.
Mny Ho cherish and protect her and make
lighter the "trials und adversities which
are Inseparable; from human life." Our
charter nnd emblems we shall drupe in
mourning as an outward sign of our bereavement, and transmit a copy of our
poorly-ox pressed feelings to the widow of
our deeensed brother."
& W. SlIILKH,   V
U. Thomas,       VCommittce.
Adah Jackson,)
New Westminster, uth Apr., 1883.
County Court
(Before Mr. Justice Crease.)
The court opened lust Wednesday, and
aUJonruod on Thursday. Thero wero 13
cases on the docket, but all were confessed
or withdrawn before being called, except
the following:
McKay v. uiu.is, — Action to recover
amount duo for wages, $90. Thero wus no
defence, Verdlot for plaintiff. Mr. Corbould for plf.
Julian v. Haywakd,—This wns anothor
action arising out of tho new post office
contract. Plaintiff hail a contract for postering In the lower story, and sued for
balnnce claimed to be due. The defence
was thnt the work hnd not beeu done according to the plans nnd spcctflcutlons,
and wns badly done, nnd that the engineer In charge had not certified for It, The
engineer (Mr. Kennedy), wns called by
plf. nml testified thnt the work had beeu
done lu a satisfactory manner. For the
defence tlio witnesses wore the defendant
and Mr. Gray, n carpenter. His lordship
found that the work wiw dono according
to ugrocment, except tlio centra pieces for
the celling. For this he deducted Me on
account of plf, offering in court to finish
them for tlmt amount. Ten dollars was
also deducted for work admitted to be unfinished on net-omit of failure of dft, to
hove certain doors placed in the building. Verdict for plr. for $1*7 and costs.
Mr. Corbould for plf. Mr. Hayward defended lu person.
J. J. hpkkky v. W. Tragus.—This wus
an action to recover $74 and Interest collected by tho dft, for plf. Tho defence was
that the money had been lent by dft,, undor plf.'s Instructions, to one Newton Ash.
Case Is tried lu county court by consent.
Verdict for dft. No cost* to either party.
Mr. Bolo for plf.  Mr. Corbould fur dft.
Kb Justus Howison, Deckamkd.—Mr.
Corbould applied for letters of administration tn Mrs. Howison. Mr. Bolo opposed
the application and asked thnt admins-
(ration Ite granted to tho next nf kin, or
some hrlcpcml-'iit. person. Tho administration wus granted to Mrs. Ili-wlsoti,
Oi'i'KNin:iMKit linos, etui v. Walkbh.—
Application by Mr, Bote, on. behalf of Mr.
Johnson, for withdrawal of certain moneys from court. Postponed till next Yale
court.
.IIMHIMKNT SUMMONSES.
Jas. WlSK v. J. T. Hcorr.—Amount of
Judgment,$4U. Pf), ordered to pu.v within
six weeks.   Mr, Corbould for plf.
JAM, CUNNtXQIIAM v. Tnos. I-. liltAY.—
Adjourned to next court. Mr. Corbould
for plf.
Chas. McDoKoimu v. cm Yow 4 Co.—
Amount of judgment, |Wu.«. Dft. was ordered to pay )|u per month during the
next six mouths, tho mutter then to come
before the court Mr. Bolo for plf,
Thos. h, Unions v, J, W. Mooiik et al.-
Amount of Judgtnout, $64.96. Dft. Moore
wns ordered to pay the amount lit two In-
stalmontri on 1st Mny and June next. Mr.
Cm-lHiuld for plf.
Anna M. Johnston v. W.J. Maoek.—
Adjourned to next court,' Mr. Corbould
forvlf.
News by Telegraph.
" Bbhlin, April 14.—The Nord Deutsche
%'ititny praises the promptness with
which the British commons passed the
hill in regard to explosives, ami compares it unfavorably with a long debate
on a socialist law iu tho reichstag. The
condition of Bismarck's health is less
favorable, and ho will not likely appear
in the roichstag soon,
: Boston, April 14.—The customary official courtesies will be extended to the
Marquis of Lome by Mayor Palmer tomorrow. Collector Worth higtoji jle'Bires
to meet the party down the harbor if
the revenue cutter Gallatin arrives in
season, A party will be mode up to
escort the Princess up to the city. The
Marquis, Duke De Blocks and Col. Do-
Winton occupied a box at the Park theatre last evening. Two special police
officers accompanied the party,
PnoviDENCE, R. I„ April IS.—Tlio
Princess Louise was not very well on
the voyage, though the weathor waa
agreeable. Lieut. McClanc, representing
tne American navy, paid his respects,
and Collector Comus, iu obedience to a
letter from the Secretary of tho Treasury, went on board the tender to facilitate the lauding of the distinguished
party. Thoy loft for Boston on the ordinary train at 4 p. m. yesterday,
Berlin, April 15.— Reports from St.
Petersburg are to the effect tliat the police of that oity, as well as of, Moscow,
are making many arrests at night, in
consequence of the recent strong revival
of nihilistic intrigues. On the 4th instant 60 arrests were made in one hour,
where a quantity of prepared explosives
was discovered. Newspapers are forbidden, on pain of complete suspension, to
publish reports of arrests or of the trials
of Bogdovovioh, Stefhonovich and other
nihilists, which were begun on the Oth
Inst., with closed doors.
Vienna, April lb'.—Tlie president of
tlie reiehstag read a letter this morning
stating that an attempt would be made
to destroy the parliament building. Tlio
structure in consequence is now entirely
surrounded by police.
London, April IC—The Commoiw in
further recognition of the services in
E^ypt of Lord Wolseley and Baron Admiral Seymour, passed a grant of £20,>
000 to each yearly, and at death to pass
to their heirs.
Dublin, April ID.—The inquiry of
Clifford Lloyd in the Toplct cose in
Crass Keen district, has led to remarkable discoveries. The first olue to the
existence of the conspiracy was obtained
by a confession of the' man Tubredes,
wounded in an attack on an objection
party of moonlight imbriders. He gave
full particulars of the murder of a man
named Kennedy hy assassins brought
from a distance. The writer states that
he belonged to a secret society in which
he was obliged hy threats to continue.
In January, 1852, the society was leor-
gnuized with tho Bpecial object of killing
the landlord's agents and spies,
Dublin, April 10.—Iu the Curley trial
the case, for tlie prosecution was opened
by Murphy' He said neither a feeling
of indignation at the crime nor panic in
regard to themselves should influence the
iury. He then detailed the circumstan-
™ ** the murder. Murphy Btated that
Jjarwll, tnt, informer, would be called to
prove the prisom.,*, -^ in th() m(mler
of officials m Ireland, aim r<.r£icular.y to
tell how the prisoner swore him ;„ ^ an
Invincible, and instructed him, when the
murder of Forster was projected, to svi„
the secretary'-! carriage by seizing the
reins. Kavanaugh would be placed on
the stand to detail the movements of
Curley on the day of the Phtunix Park
murders. Peter Carey, brother of James
Carey, tho informer, would swear that
after the murders he was detailed to
watch Kavanaugh, tlie car driver, who,
it was feared, would inform, and who
Curley desired to have murdered. A
servant girl was the first witness called,
and fully identified Curley as one of the
men she saw iu the park ou the 0th of
May. James Carey swore that' just hefore Burke was stabbed he (Casey 1 heard
him tell Cavendish about an attempt being made to take his life. Carey admitted ho hod been engaged in two attempts
to take life. They had arranged for the
assassination on May 4th of Lieut.-Col
Hillyer, then Inspector General of Con
atabulary. He did not think Burke deserved to be murdered, hut would not
have cried if anything had happened to
Foster.
Berlin, April 17.—It is likely the
coronation of the czar will be postponed
till the 10th June. The latest proclamation of the Nihilists merely refers to the
czar in a scornful way, saying he is beneath criticism.
Ottawa, April 17.—The Governor-
General and Princess Loniae had a cordial reception here to-day on the arrival
of the train, a band playing "God Save
the Queen." As the party passed
through the crowd on their way to the
carriage, on leaving the depot, the band
playod "Homo,' Sweet Home," and boil*
quets were thrown into the cprriage. AU
along Elgin street the party vera cheered
heartily. Fifteen officers from Toronto
in citizen's dress mingled with the 2,000
people assembled at the depot to greet
the Princess and party.
Dublin, April 18.—In the Curley trial
this morning the closing arguments wore
made. Tho judge charged the jury.
The latter retired, but soon rendered a
verdict of guilty of murder, and Curley
was sentenced to be hanged May ISth.
An Elaborate Scheme.
THK LAST UA** OF OLD KMULAND.
New York, April 15.-*-The Mercury
prints a Ions interview with Prof. Meu-
robt, nihilist and one of the head loaders
of the Irish dynamite party, who arrived
here from Europe yesterday. The Professor deals ut some length with the
dynamite warfare to he waged against
England. He claims at tho outsat that
the people have the right to use the most
effective weapon they can procure to de-
feud their lives and liberty. He said if
England did not lose her hold on Ireland
his party would leave her a mass of
ruins. That a dozen men eould destroy
London in a night by chemicals, fire and
dynamite, and that they meant to do it.
He declared that they would blow up
every Englu,h man-of-war ami all merchant marine flying the British flag and
plying botween British ports on the seas.
Thoy could do this without breaking any
international law, and irrespective of
where they themselves were Ideated, at a
trifling expense. Every harbor in England could be tired. Then they would
blow up every bunk iu England and take
possession of the gold—say ninety-five
million a year—that England had forcibly
plundered from Ireland. Next thoy
would begin the destruction of private,
property, the property of the aristocracy,
tho capitalist and the monopolist. They
would then fill English riven and harbors with torpedoes. Then the harbors
in Ireland would be protected with top-
pedoes and English soldiers fought witli
explosives. They would .not destroy
telegraphs, but in particular places would
destroy railroads, so as to render impossible the transportation of troops. The
professor dwelt on the easy method of
obtaining and making explosives, oven
in the heart of London. In closing he
said they had England completely at
thoir mercy, and had given her warning.
If she did not take the warning her doom
would bo on her own head,
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Among tlie grants of the Swedish
Government this year is one of |300
to an entomologist, whoso duty it will
be to advise farmers as to the best
meaiiB of destroying troublesome insects,
caution.
We beg to call the attention of the
trade and the public to the well-known
quality and elegance of finish of our
Gold Cases, guaranteed by us to he of
eighteen karat Gold, U. S. Mint assay,
or of fourteen karat Gold, as may he
stamped, and also to our mode of selling
tho same, charging only for tho Actual
Weight of tho gold used, and not for
the base metal comprised in springs, key
pipes, filling of crown, etc. To illustrate
which a tag accompanies each one of our
Gold Cases, which plainly indicates not
only the gross weight of the case, but
also the Net weight of the gold,
In explanation of the above we desire
to Bay that the old plan of charging for
the gross weight of the case, as if it were
all gold, worked well enough as long as
tho manufacturers were content witli the
amount of brass and steel actually required in its construction; but when the
business was degraded into a contest as
to who should get the most base metal
into the least quantity of gold and call it
a Gold case, then tiie time came when,
in tlie interest of dealers in American
Watches, it became necessary to adopt a
plan of selling, showing the buyer exactly how much Gold each case contained.
r o avoid imposition, purchasers of Waltham Watshes will observe that every
genuine watch, whether gold or silver,
bears our trade mark on both case and
movement. Gold cases are stamped "A.
W. Co.;" and guarantee certificates ao
company them. Silver cases are stamped
"A. M. Watch Co., Waltham, Mass.,
sterling silver," and are accompanied by
Guarantee certificates, signed R. E. Robins, treasurer. The name "Waltham"
is plainly engraved upon all movements,
Irrespective of either distinguishing
marks. Thia caution is rendered necessary by reason of the fact that our cases
are frequently separated from our movements, and put upon worthless movements of other makers and vice verm,
thus affecting injuriously the performance of the watches, aud vitiating our
guarantee, which is intended to "cover
only our complete watches wholly matte
by us. It is necessary also, because it is
so notorious as to be a nubile scandal
that thore iB great fraud in the metal
quality of both gold aud silver eases as
now generally sold. We have demonstrated by frequent assays that many
gold and silver cases offered in the market are debased from 10 to' 20 por cent,
from the quality they assume to bo,
Tliis is a fraud upon the purchaser, aud
accouuts for the low price at which such
eased watches have been sold.—AMERICAN Watch Company, Waltham, Mass.
NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE ANY
claims against tho Firm of ADAIR
& COMPANY, Fish Canners, Frawr
Rivor, are requested to forward the same
at onoe to their Solicitors,
Hissbs. DAVIE k POOLEY, .
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated 3rd March, 1883. mh7
CLEVELAND'S  HOTEL I
OU8TOM HOUSE SQUARE,
COLUMBIA STREET, • SEW WESTMINSTER.
THIS FINE NEW HOUSE HAS
been fitted up aud is now open for
a limited number of guests. First-class
hoarding by tho day or week at moderate
prices.
J. E. CLEVELAND,
ap7tc Proprietor.
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SEED POTATOES
CONSISTING OF THE TWO MOST
noted varieties, "Beauty at Bits-
ton") considerably earlier than the Harttr -
Rose), and tbe "Burbank Seedling." To
be had of Jame» Wist or D. McPhaden,
New Westminster, or tlie grower,,
II.' STEVES,
mh.llml . Lull, Inhnd.
noticeT~~7
DURING MY TEMPORARY AB.
sence from the OHy, Mr. A. J;
Toutm will manage the business of the
Holbrook House; and I hereby give notice that I will ba responsible for no
debts contracted without his written
order.
J. W- HENNESSY.; I
New West., Jan. 2, 1883. >sjyj
Kr.MAliK.uu.E a.vii Tunis. — Alouio
Howe, of Tweed, was cured of a fever
Bore of thirty-five years' duration, by six
bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters.   He
had  sufbuw.1   taeeibly,   M»l   eeUU iM.r
•*~rtiee In vain.   He considers Burdock
Blood Bitters a marvelli™, medicine.
Daughters, Wives, Mothers, look to
your health! The many painful and
weakening diseases from whicli you suffer, dispairing of a cure, can he remedied
by that unfailing regulator and unfailing
tonic — Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask
your Druggist for proof.
' No person ean enjoy health while suffering Constipation of the Bowels. Harsh
purgatives always do harm. Burdock
Blood Bitters is Nature's own Cart hat-tic;
it unlocks the secretions, regulates, purl
lies and strengthens the system.
The worst Scrofulous Sores, the most
indolent Tumor, aud tbe most foul Ulcer
known, may be cured by the combined
use of Burdock Bitters and Burdock
Healing Ointment. Ask your druggist
lor tliese infallible remedies.
a large
stock. 12 assorted Papera for |l.— A.M.Hek
iiixu, Druggist,N.W.
Vernier, .tid oilier, <l.,lrliiK s genteel, lucrative
agency bluineu. by which SI te tdO a day can be
earuetl, tend edilrc ut onco, on poatal, lo II. 0.
mikliuon a Co.. l»s aud 1(1 Fulton Street, Now
Tors. jnyU S
J. E. CLEVELAND,
Builder and Contractor!
CUSTOM HOUSE SQUARE,
New Westminster, B. C.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
 (jp7tc)
NOTICE.
•VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i.1 I intend to make application to
tho Chief Commissioner of Lauds and
Works for permission to purchase 240
acres of meadow land, known as Duck's
Lake, situate about nine miles south of
my residence, South Thompson.
Beginning nt .Stake A, ind proceeding
theucc 1320 yards to Stake B: thence to
Stake C, 880 yards; thence 1320 yards to
Stake Di thence 880 yards to starting
point,
JACOB DUCK.
South Thompson,
March 17th, 1883. apllin2
TENDERS
ARE  INVITED
FOR THE PURCHASE OP THR
West half of Lot 307, Group 2, District of New Westminster, comprising
120 acres, more or less.
The property is most eligibly situated
in Langley Prairie, in the centre oi a
thriving settlement, convenient to school
and market. There an. {arm buildings
and about ten acres improved, awl It1
abuts on the trunk wagon road.
The soil is of unsurpassed fertility,
and the property constitutes in every respect a most desirable homestead.   • ■,«
Tenders to contain an offer of so aauoh
per acre and to state terms of paynnut,
and tbe tender offering tbe highest price
and the best terms of payment will rev
ceive the most favorable consideration,:
Tenders addressed to the Editor of i
♦he British Colombian and endorsed
"Tenders for Lot 307" will bereoeived
at this office till the 7th day bf May
naitt.
Title Indefeasible.
Any further information may be obtained by applying at this office, either
personally or by letter. ap7ml
Frank SiddaU'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
scription, 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. The finest
soap known for face aud 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 ladies to
patronize him. Orders kindly received
by Ellard k Co. and at Occident' Hotel.
Being well known as agent for all
newspapers, magazines, and books sold
by agents only, 1 need no introduction.
To those out of town, a letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
.   ■ h. w. jmaHie*. „ „.
mh21 New West., B. C.
1862.
1883.
IA
HOUSE
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WANTED:
BY COMPETENT BOOK-KEEPER,
Evening employment.   Apply by
letter to "Alpha," at this Office,   apl Ito
GIRL WANTED
TO DO HOUSEWORK IN A SMALL
family.
Apply to      MRS. HUNTER,
felO Agnes Street.
NOTJICE.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
cautioned against cutting or removing timber of any kind from off lands
held by tho Hastings Sawmill Company,
as parties doing so without permission
will lie prosecuted,
RICHD. H. ALEXANDER.
Burrard inlet, B. C,
12th Dec, 1882. delfi
WILL CURE OR REUEVE
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INDIGESTION,
MVNDI0E.
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HEARTBURN,
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FLUTTERIN0
OF THEMMT,
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ORYHESS
OF THE SKIN,
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efo CO.,
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WOODS A TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Accountant* & CMveyuceri,
CMIWU   rifetEET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
WE HAVE FOR SALE IMPROV-
ed and unimproved Lands at
PITT RIVER, 1.'
MAPLE RIDGE,
LANGLEY,
MATSQUI,      ,
MISSION,
BURRARDS INLET,
FALSE CREEK,
PORT MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH ARM,
SALT SPRING ISLAND:
TOWN LOTS AT PObFiiIOOOY FOR 8AU.
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Ike Italtekle lift Auaraaee laclelV
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HUMl.t, ■•*»*«'.'.. lltrlae4SU.»
■ewer ana* Ckianey rlaes, tlaiwea
Vases, etc.
,   WOODS * TURNER.
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Anrfl»*,iM3.   "      ';' ' mt"
GENERAL
WE HAVE NOW THE
most extensive stock
to be found in the Province,
consisting of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries and Provisions,
Patent Medicines, Hardware,
Agricultural Implements,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp
Stock, Paints, Oils, Ship
Chandlery and Stores, Stoves
and Tinware, Plumbers'
Goods, Plaster,Cenieht, Lime,
&c, &c.
Orders for the above solicited. Prices cut low. Terms
Cash,
April Oth, 188.1.
ap7
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OFFER CHARTERS to Vessels Seek-
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Street, E. C.
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(mh21)
S. H.WEBB,
gunsmith;
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ut nunw*. tin- ntttM,  Man.
smth. cirmmr M«n»,
I ailSMBU SBABraWB,    .
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Cleaned and Repaired.   Machine   ".' .
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for sale, dMy
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THE MINISTER'S SON.
CHAPTER XXXIII.
THE  "2" TRICK.
(Cuutiuued.)
Laura's bewil derment had' been ex
treme when the one person on whose
kind judgment ahe thought her friend
Ronald could count thus arrayed herself against him; for to her impetuous
spirit only two positions were possible
—ahe. must either consider Ronald altogether in the wrong, or she must regard him as an injured hero, capable
of who knows what Quixotic and extraordinary actions.
Muriel, on the contrary, considered
either extreme unwise. Too just to
condemn him utterly, hor heart refused to be satisfied, or to forget entirely
the unfortunate phrase iu which it
still seemed to her that he had pro-
varicated.
When, however, 011 the Sunday
morning Sir Duncan carried Chit-chat
is her, and advised her to read the
offending passage, so as to be prepared
for any remarks that Bhe might hear,
an opposing tide of feeling set in.
Whatever lie might havo done, however he might have fallen short of tho
high standard she had unconsciously
set up in her mind as his own,.she felt
at onoe that this paragraph would be
to him a source of bitter annoyance,
and even humiliation, for whioh she
could not but pity him.
On her own account she cared less
than her father had anticipated. It
was certainly startling to find that
others besides Mrs. Bennett could
sup'poBe hei capable of writing an
anonymous letter. Sho had forgiven
mamsio for hor want of faith in hor,
for she felt that at the moment when
she uttered the doubt sho waB not in
hor usual condition of mind; but here
was tha same black statement actually
in print,.and therefore it would seem
that seme one else misjudged her
equally. "
"It is very unfortunate, papa," sho
said, quietly; "but ono can do 110th-
insiand it docs not really matter,"
"That is the best way to take it,
certainly," rejoined Sir Duncan, who
was himaelf in not so calm a mood.
"Poor Ranald!" said Muriel, presently, her eyes still fixed on the paper.
"Shi why do you pity him now!"
inquired Sir Duncan, surprised that
the pity which had hitherto been re-
Bed   " '      <* «** »l,i. euve.
the pity wnicn imu 1 «.» —... .-
fused ahould be expressed at this par
tioular moment.
"He will be very sorry nnd vexed
about this—that is all I meant," answered Muriel, with ever so faint a
blush, "I am glad I have seen it, however.   Now I shall be ready to reply
should any one speak to me of it today."
There is no doubt that many people
in the church who had seen Chit-chat
that morning thought of the obnoxious
paasage as they glanced at the pew
when Mrs, Leslie sat; and, in particular, an officer who was not often seen
in the building scrutinised her with
he saw gave him no satisfaction.   It
was now nearly a year since her husband's death, and she allowed herself
to dispense with the stifling veil that
had often oppressed her to the verge
ot  faintuesB.   He could study her
beautiful profile, therefore, at his ease;
but no shadow of vexation, past or
present, disturbed its sculptured repose. It is to be feared, however, that
Muriel's attention to the sermon was
by no means so complete as usual, and
that! beneath the calm exterior 11 self-
examination was going on, the results
of which were far from being satisfactory to her.     ...   .  ...        ..
If she could, be said to be proud of
anything, it was of her own justness
of mind. Trained by her father, and
in a lesser degree by har husband, to
consider hssty and ill-founded judgments' the special weakness of half-
educated or ignorant persons, sho was
especially careful to refrain from the
commission of a fault she despised,
and in reality owed muoh of her power
and influence to her habit of justice,
and her restrained and accurate speech
And now she was forced to admit to
herself that she had been in some degree guilty of weakness.
She had' not refrained, as she might
have done, from drawing unfavorable
conclusions; snd certainly she hnd
shown toward Ronald a grudging and
suspicious temper, which, as she sadly
reflected, was hardly what he had
reason to expect at her hands. As yet
hor confessions went no farther than
this. She had not sought for any reason or excuse for tier unkindnoss, and
it had not yet occurred to her that it
was only because of her deep interest
in Ronald that sho hnd been ready to
judge him so harshly.
In the midst of her solf -reproaches
the servico ended, and she rose and
passed out of the church, and joined
the groups lingering as usual about the.
Sathway to exchange thoir groatings,
incuts the news, nnd arrange, perhaps,
something for the ensuing week.
Sir* Duncan, seeing Badger passing,
stepped aside and accosted him.
"I heard from Ilennett about thnt
affair. - A good note he sent ine, and I
am happy to say yob wore mistaken."
"Oh; indeed! Of course he will say
so, Sir Duncan," returned Badger, sarcastically.
Sir Duncan looked at him hiin with
equal scorn, "Of courso, I only suppose my friend's word to be of the same
value as my own."
"You would not have him compromise a woman, would you, gir
Duncan I" replied Badger, ond passed
on,
No ono said a word to-Muriol about
Chit-chat, but a friend turned tho conversation a little too* abruptly when
some one alluded to a clever squib
that had appeared in ita pages. Muriel
had na doubt that they feared to tread
on delicate groondi uMjn 11
It wu a strange affair alsagether•
was himsolf confident that he would
ultimately discover the culprit.
CHAPTER XXXIV.
RDM TO EARTH.
Hardwicke hod taken measures to
keep himself informed as to the movements of the riding-master, and Jenkins had only been three or four hours
at Piershill when a card was brought
to him, with a message that the gentleman particularly wished to see him.
"Mr. Alfred Burton, 10 Northumberland Terrace. I never heard of him
before. Show him up," replied he, sitting back in his American chair and
taking out a tooth-pick.   He was a little depressed this morning.   He had
not slept well in the train, and there
was no denying that his rooms lookod
dull and empty without Ellen. Though
women were fools, they at least managed to keep the house neat and comfortable.   In this mood he rather welcomed the visit of a stranger, which
promised him at least a few minutes'
distraction;.but he was less pleased
when Mr. Burton introduced himself
as the junior partner of  the well-
known farm of Burton, Deadlock St,
Co.
"We have, of course, heard of tho
misfortune which lias overtaken you,"
began the lawyer.
"How do you know it's a misfortune I I may be devilish glad .to get
rid of Mrs. Jenkins, for anything you
can tell," interrupted Jenkins.
"Quito possible, my dear Bir—quito
possible; but you can understand that
we assume tho reverse until we have
proof that we are mistaken," returned
Burton, blandly.
"Humph! Weill"
"Well, sir, I am interested in the
ease from another point of view. I
may say that I am pledged to devote
myself to one most interesting point
in connection with it; and as it iB a
matter likely to involve a good many
people, and to obtain notoriety, I am,
of courso, anxious to fulfil my undertakings in regard to it."
"Woll?" said Jenkins again. He
was suspicious of his visitor, and un-
'illing to commit himself in any way.
"Well, my dear air. the first person
likely to assist me—the ono on whoso
help I hqpo I may reckon, and whoso
shrewdness and practical sense are
certain to be invaluable to mo—is, I
need hardly say, Mr. Jenkins."
"What on earth are you driving at,
air I Can't you como to the point 1
"Certainly—certainly.   This, who U
" 'Z'!" cried Jenkins, springing
up and kicking away a footstool; "I'm
sick of 'Z'l Why, a fellow came to my
room, sir, just before I loft town, nailed me ut two in the morning, to ask
mo that question; and now I haven't
been here a day, net half a day, before
I'm asked it again!"
"I mentioned that a good many people were likely to be involved, but a
few words from you will rid you of all
farther trouble in the matter. Who
is 'Z'l"
"I don't know!" roared Jenkins.
''How the deuce should I know 1 The
letter was anonymous, I tell you, I
wish I'd burnt it, for it sent me on a
fool'a errand, after all."
"Pi's-ctielji—that is what I imagined." said the lawyer, impressivelv.
gazing out at tne sky ss he spoke.
"Eh! what's that? What do you
know about it?" asked Jenkins, sharply, stopping in his walk up and down
the room and eyeing him closely.
"I know enough to bo confident uf
that—confident that you were sent, as
you say, though it is a strong expression, on a fool's errand."
Direct Importation
c nnouiii
flWINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT.---
urumnrn
GOVERNMENT  NOTIQES.
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
BEGS TO INFORM THK HESID-
enta of New Westminster mul vicinity that ho is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which lie will supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Suit Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. it. Qllby's,  London,
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.   BROWN,
COLUMBIA   BTSSISIT,
New Westminster,  B, 0
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN that
Lot 472, Group I., New Westminster District, has been surveyed for G. E.
Corkmh), Esq,, as the land claimed by
him under Pre-emption Record No. 1,261,
dated February 13th, 1883, being a transfer of Mr. Mackie's Pre-emption Claim,
No. 1,210, dated Juno 10th, 1874.
A map of the above I.ot cau be seen at
the Lauds and Works Oflico, Victoria,
and at the Otlice of J. C. Hughes, Esquire, Commissioner, Now Westminster,
where blank forms of application and
declaration can be obtained.
Tho above or any other claimant to
tlie above land must prove up on the
samo, in accordance witli the provisions
.     .   .     icir. ii ...ill,!,, k\lVMt
GOVERNMENT   NOTIC.^ f|jj|^^   KUVGLISH  BEHIltt
Phovikciai. Skcrktaky's Office,
4th April, 1883.
HIS HONOR the Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to make the
following appointments:—
Jambs Cu.vmscham aud Gordon E.
Corbould, Esquires, to be Official Members of the Board of Management of the
Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster.
James Alkxani.ku Sivewriuhi-, Es-
quiro, M, L\, to bB Medical Officer'of
the Royal Columbian Hospital, New
Westminster. ap7ml
same, iu uvuut^uuuu -. -- ,	
of the "Land Act, 1875," within three
months from the date of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of LandB k Works
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., April 3rd, 1883.
 (aplltd)	
I      BRITISH     COLUMBIA
IMMIGRATION BUREAU
INFORMATION, EMPLOYMENT,
—AND—
HOMES TO^EMICRANTS
THE GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH
Columbia having established
AN  IJIMIOKATIOX   AND  EMPLOY-
MKNT  IIUKEAtl AT VICTORIA,
All pei'aoiiB tlcsivouB of obtaining Au-
THKS'rio Information about the Country are hereby notilieil to apply, either
personally or by tetter, to the Agent.
Pamphlets ami Handbooks descriptive
of the Country and its Resources will be
supplied on application FltEK of CllAltoi-:.
flsT* Employers of Labor {skilled or unskilled) iu the Province arc horeby in
vited to place themselves iu communion
tion with the Bureau.
Ollice at Government Building, James
Bay, Victoria, B. C.
All communications to be addressed to
JOHN JESSOP,
apTml Immigration Agent.
Provincial Skcrktary's Okwob,
17th March, 1883.
HIS HONOUR the Liouteuant-Gov-
ernor has been pleased* to appoint
Alexander McLean and Peter Me-
Quade, EsnuireB, to be official members
of the Board of Directors of tho Royal
Hospital, Victoria. nili'iSinl
Provincial Secretary's Office,
17th March, 1883.
HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to placo
the following gentlemen on the Commission of the Peace:—
Robert Draney and John A. Car-
thew, Esquires, of Rivers Inlet, for that
portion of the Province known as the
''Coast District." lnh28m1
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
YALE  DIVISION   OF   YALE   DISTRICT.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
IM    Lot 411, Gronp 1, Yale Division of
Yalo District, has been surveyed for Mr.
L. A. Agassis', as the laud whioh he
claims under Pre-emption  Record No,
I 282, dated February Oth, 1878.   A map
\of same can be seen at the binds k
{Works Olliee, Victoria, and at tho office
of  E. Dewdney, Esq.,   Commissioner,
Yale, where formB of Proof and Declaration can bo obtained.
The above or any other claimants to
this land must prove up tlieir claims as
Provided in Section lli of the Land Act,
875, within three months from tho date
of this notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Victoria, B. C, Mareh 12th, 1883.
(mliSljetl)
ani ip. Ity) end ska could only ask hor-
aelf tht two questions which wen occupying ab many minds: Who is Kim-
ala'a ensniy? and, Who in the world ia
"Z"t Will *ut not Without horn thtit
nn answer would he foiindtn tho last
of ths^hro; tea though Hardwicke did
not oMliWe to heir tho surmise that ho
vomirlanlcated to her father, ho took
nn iipporturiity of assuring her that Ho
in, on a ieui o .........
"Dpu you mean that 'Z' knew that!
Then what did she do it for! I wish
you'd be a little plainer."
, "Gently, my dear sir,   I am not
acting for myself iii this matter, and
must guide   my   words accordingly.
You have information to givo; so have
I.   A mutual interchange would bo
beneficial to both ot us; but if you are
not inclined to come to any arrange-
mont, I  shall  commence operations
from a different quarter, that is all."
"And much good it will do you,
oven if you discover *Z.:   Who is to
be the better of it! Not I, I suspect."
"Have you seen Chit-chat 1"
"Yos, of course I have."
"Do you suppose that the friends of
the lady at whom that paragraph puints
are going to let it puss unnoticed! I
assure you they mean to drag the real
'Z' into the light, sooner or later."
"Well, I don't see what I've got to
do with it, and I don't care how soon
I hear tha last of it," returned Jenkins, sulkily.
Hitherto Mr. Burton had spoken in
the silkiest of tones, and with an air
of extreme politeness; but now ho rose
and took his hat.
"Very well, Mr. Jenkins, I may
wish good-moming, Had' you proved
willing to assist us, I oould have guaranteed that you should hear nothing
more of -'/,.' As it is, you will probably not only henr of -'/,,' but you may
read before long in the papers an account of '!£,' treatment of you." You
wore made a cat's-paw, sir, as you will
Hnd out."
With a bow, Mr, Burton mado for
tho door, but Jenkins rushed forward
and stopped him. Hero waa tho very
I thing ho feared, and wliich ho thought
' to avoid hy remaining silent, assuming
fresh shape to torment him.
"Here, I say, don't ho in such a
hurry—give a fellow time to think.
It's .the lady's friends who aro acting
in this, it isn't Mr. Bonnet's 1"
"Tho lady's friends uro Mr. Dennett's also; but it is to her that apology
is chiefly due from "/-■' Mr. Bennett
can settle his own affairs."
"I believe yuu!" snid Jenkins,
shortly, "Woll, sit down again mul
let's talk it'over.' White'I want to
know is, why "li should have meddled
at all in tile affair. What had she tb
[ do with my wife's disappearance 1"'
"It was done simply to graitifyn
personal spite. I will tell you more
when 1 have your information."
"Here goes, then!" returned Jenkins, with a sigh, and lie proceeded to
give a full account of his visit to Stirling, in accordance with thii suggestion ill the anonymous letter.    I
Burton listened silently, only nodding Ills head, with a satisfied smile,
at the first mention of the gentleman
who represented ;'J?," and Ihis evidence of knowledge Incited Jenkins to
go on.   ■ i   l
Canadian Faoifio Railway
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
NOTICE T0JAXPAYER8.
Assessment Act and Provincial
Revenue Tax.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN, in
accordance witli the Statutes, that
Provincial Revenue Tax and all TWp
levied under the Assessment .A-"M ar,e
now due for the year IgM- «wj F-yablo
at my office.   A**-'?*11 Taxes, if paid on
or hefore tho eOm June, 1883, are collect*
ihle at th* following rates, viz.:—
1 rl 1 pur cent, on Real Property.
» cents per acre on Wild Laud.
One-fourth of 1 per cent, on Personal
Property.
\ of 1 per cent, ou Income.
If paid after June 30th, 1883:—
\ of 1 per cent, on Real Property,
fi cents per aere on Wild Land.
£ ot 1 per cont. on Personal Property.
\ of 1 per cent, on Income.
J. C. HUGHES,
Assessor and Collector.
Jan. 8th, 1883. feHtd
Phovincial Secretary's Okkice,
15th March, 1888. ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to accept- the resignation of Kit km: kick Foonii, Enquire,
of Salt Spring Island, as a Justice of tho
Peace. inh28ml
Phovincial Secretary's Office,
29th March, 1SS3,
HIS  HONOR  tho   Lieutcimnt-Gov
ernor hns heen pleased to make
the following appointments;—
James Alexander Sivewright, Esquire, M. D., to be Medical Officer of
tiie Asylum for the Insane, New Westminster, mv Hon. T, R, Mclnnes, M. D.
John JEssor, Esquire, to ho Immigration Agent at Victoria. mhSlml
COUNTY COURTr
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the next sitting of  the County
Court will   lie  held  on   Wkdnksuay,
April 18th, 1883.
Bated Mareh 23rd, 1883.
K. A. JENNS,    ■
Registrar County Court,
mh24td New Westminster.
PUBLIC  NOTICE.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH MLUMBIA.
BETWEEN
WALTER BLACKIE, Plaintiff,
AND
JOHN COOPER, Defendant
IsiHievcr-fiiiling
Ottr-'for NerVi
omtOt-tiility.Ex-
.inurttil Yl'tnliiv
o (: » n y k l n d,
Wfeiikiipsa. Paralysis, ProatH-
ti)irtiucii,ntid ull
ihu  terrible pf*
■■■■■■  iVrtB ot youthful '
follies, and excesses in -.i.iuiirt-r yearn.
DR. MINTIE will   tiitrcc io   forliit .
Five Hundred Dollars for a c»s> ot
tliis kimi tlie VMttl RestOMtlYC (iimh-r
his S|iecinl iidvlee nnd treatment)Kill iioi
cure, or for anvthlrp itnimre or injurious
found in it. DR. MINTIE ir.-iit« all Dlv-
enses biici-osi-fully wltlmul mercury'
Consultation free. Tn-miut-li.t-xauii'
nation and advice, StvOO. Piiet'o'VUul
Restorative, S:)-00 a hottle, or. l-mr
times llie qunmily. $10-b0; sent to tmy
address upon receipt of pric >, or U ,0 D.,
secure from observation, nud in privnii*
mime  if desired, hy A. K. MINTIK,
M. D.
Those who ciuiuoi vUil HR, MINTIK
in Sflii FrnncUeo should send n full nml
minnte stiuemeut ol their troubles with
$25-00, nnd in return a full course or
Medicine wilt. be, farwurded, securely
pneked. so us hot tb excite curiosity.
All orders (or mnlicUe G. 0. D. must
be iwcompnnied with $1.00 (hsh guttr-
(intee of pond fnlth). which will b* deducted when the pneknee is shipped.
SAMPU BOTTLE PURR --Sent on
npplicittiun hy letter BUiinn symptom1),
sex nml ngc. Communications strictly
conRdentlair jnySl-ly,
II Kennicy Mrrrt, Muit FrimrUco. 4'ul.
$1,000   REWARD!
TO THK ABOVK-NAMSD DEFENDANT;
NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to
an Order mule herein by the Honorable
Mr. Justice Crease, bearing date tho Oth
day of March instant, default having
been made in the payment of a certain
mortgage made hy the defendant to one
Alexander Calder, dated Kith March,
| 1803, duly assigned by him to the plaintiff, and a certain other mortgage made
hy the said defendant to the plaiutitl',
dated the 8th day of December, IstW,
that unless the moneys and interest secured by the said mortgage arc paid
-within six weeks from the date hereof,
tlie plaintiff will proceed to sell tho
mortgaged premises, cither hy public
auction or private contract, without fur-
tliei notice to the defendant.
Dated at New Westminster, March 10,
1883.
G. E. COKBOULD,
mhl7ap28 Plaintiff's Solicitor.
IHTHE LAND REGISTRY OFFICE
In the matter of the Land Registry
Ordinance, 1870,
-- AND—
In tho matter of the application of
Charles Digby for a Certificate of
Indefeasible Title to Lot No. 8,
Block XXVHI, in tlie City of
New Westminster.
no i icDifi 40° Gcnri strcet»
UK. UlDIU, San Francis    ~
CQXTINUKS TO THRAT iuc-
ceMlUlly by llonieo-mttiy
—J every form of Special or Clironlc
O DlBGHsn without Murcury or Nan*
UJ H-'oiift Drug-,. DR. URItlU'K
CC .NVNJOWATOH i-iaiH»mvoiiiid
Oiiotmtinent cure for Semtunt
, WenkmiKH, Nervnux nml rhyilctil
r" Dobillty, !,.«t  Mnnliund, Vital
(/) Kxliiiiintlnii, nml nil tlm te-vibU-
L LlJ I'l'fillltrt 'li'lUlUHI'il   lliltllll', I'XITBB-
fcfV* 0H -■■"•   youthful fi-lliut-.    The
■*tLfc' Doctor will 'iijtn-1! In writing to
forfeit 9l|000 for. ii. ciibu tlmt
i lio uiulortiikoR unit tatln to euro,
I Tlie roiiHuii tlioufliiiiilii 1'iiti nut
Ayf't curort of Si-miim! Woiiknosn
J uml tlio uliovo ilttiwif-t's in owIiik
| to It ■■iilii|ilU,iiti--ii ciilli-il l-Uwt'i.
torrliui*., wliluli iviiulroi- n cnoclnl
rreiiiuily. Dlt. 1,1 HMD'S IN-
Q ViaOKATOK, N... 2, i-inSpe.
q fill-* Cure for Pro-itatoirlion.
JJ Prico of olthor Invigurntar, ii
Q -lor.liottle, or 0 buttli* $10, Sont
t*. to ftliy ml'lroHd nocuroly covoml
,_ froni obsei-viitlou. SomiimlWrtik.
mm\ 11C8B it'llt   1*1*1,I*tilti*r|-bl'll tllUllI Vl-
•^ tnlity from tliu body ninl cnum*
Siminoioil-'   ilisi-iinen   thnt' luitlle
urdfnnry mcillctil t mil men!.   If
<   iillowud tu continue,tho unnutii-1
nil l'i«N ufli-i'ttt the vital <*rj*-nn-*,
-f which ciinnuii ileali-nylng (Hhmuii'h,
Ci'iimmi'itioii, DlttlMtcfl, ^llriglit's DlMnae, Jnnn-
iltce.ltumulty,otc. Excusse**, Non-uno, Alowo. Inherited WenknoHs, Mnlnuti'icii'ii, Spinal ami Colo-
brnl C'.mi'liiints bring nu the nbovo fatal dlnease*-.
Debility nml Seminal Weakness obstruct tbo Im-
-tort unt and neccxtiary acta uf lifo and thoir enjoy..
montii. Cures Duarantoo. Discuses of tbe Oenl-
tn-Urinary Organs, Klducy, Liver nml Hladik-r a
H'lrcialty.   The many complaint! and dlicatos nf
WHEREAS ono .-ENEAS DEWAR
was, about the month of July,
18S2, murdered at or near Cherry Creek,
by sonic person or persons unknown.
Notice is hereby given tliat a Reward
of One Thousand Dollars will be paid by
the Government for such information iu
shall lead to the apprehension and conviction of the offender or offenders.
By Command,
JOHN  ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
16th March, 1883. mli21ml
CU. Ui'gaiuzo-i in ■'oui-niniitu ».,„ v....—..— ._,..
Dl|doma pit cured by regular i'ollego education.
17 yeah* specinl practlc-*, and iliily tlcitnted In ne-
cordnnco with California Medical Law. tlu3
—VOK—
WHITE  LABOR
—OK THK-
Ul.- 'an Pacific Railway
—is— :^^^^^^^
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers  9125 00 per month.
Rock Foremen... .$3 00 to $4 00 $ day
Earth Foremen... 2 50 to   3 50    "
Bridgo Foremen.. 3 50 to   4 50     "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class*  3 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  3 00 "
Masons 2 50 to   3 50    "
Stone Cutters.... -3 00 to   3 50    "
Blacksmiths,    1st
, 3 50
class I	
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  3 00 "
Blacksmith  Helpers   1 50 to 2 00    ""
Drillers  2 00 to 2 25     --
Uhuren   1 75 to* 2 00    »
Hewers, 1st class   3 50 "
Choppers, Istclnss 2 00 to 2 50    "
Scorers, 1st class    2 60 "
, (To lu'Oimilutli'-l')
, All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carneutors to furnish their own
Chest Toots.  .
All .Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
ihmg the Line.   Board-$4 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in the Company's Houses.
Wages will he paid monthly, on the
10th ol each mouth,,
A.   ONDEED0NK,
(iKNKltAI, MANAOKR.
Ofmck ov tub CoNTitAtrroiw,
Canadian Vavivw Railway,
yplevMoroli 1,1883.     .
•VTOTICIS -W HliRKIlY OlVKtJ,
JX tint the CltjF Taxes for 188i! 'aft
now due NoA payable at the offico of tlie
eftfC'lorS,       . '
New vtftt4mlyvf' "*Si iy2-1
HOTICETO CLAIM ANTSOF LAND
KOOTENAY   DISTRICT.
•VTOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN, in
IS accordance with tlie provisions of
tho "Land Act, 1875," that the lands
situate at Kootenay Lake, Kooteuay District, for which the undermentioned parties have mado application to purchase,
under clause one of the "Luna Amendment Act, 1882," have been surveyed,
and are described as follows!—
Name of Aitiillcnnt.   Uata. Surveyud an
(l.J.Altir,worth,.So*i.r.,lSK-j S.K.'/JS.Vi'.N'i.l
G.J.Aluawortl..."      '<      J.'-jV'K,8'}!"
K. II. Marvin  " H "    J;^[;   II      "   }J!,
G..t. Ainsworth.. '* 6 " . jj'^' " !! }}!,
(I.J.Aliuiwortli.. " 6 " 8.W. " '* 21"
A map of tlie above lands can he seen
at the Lands and Works Office, Victoria,
ami at tlie offico of W. Forme, Eh,-,,
Commissioner, Kootenay, where forms of
Proof and Declaration can be obtained.
The above or auy other claimants
should prove up their right to tliese
lands within three mouths from date of
this notico.
ROBERT BEAVEN,
Chief Commissioner of Lands k Works.
Lands k Works Department,
Viotoria, B.C., January 24, 18811.
_(fe!4td)
Notice to Claimants of Land.
COAST  DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEltEBY OIVEN thut
the undermentioned lauds iu Const
District have beeu surveyed, and maps
of same cau he seen at tbo Lauds and
Works Department, Victoria, where
Forms of Proof and Declaration cau ho
obtained,
nsroTZOB..
A COURT OF ASSIZE AND OF
Nisi Prius and of Oyer and Terminer and of General Gaol Delivery will be
held at each of the undermentioned
places and at the times hereinafter
named:—
At the City of Victoria on MONDAY,
2nd APRIL, 1883.
And at the City of New Westminster
on WEDNESDAY, 2nd day of MAY,
1883.
By Command,
JOHN ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, B. C, 10th March, 1883.
.{hih!7td) ,
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IS a Certificate of Indefeasible Title
to the above mentioned Lot will be issued
to the above named Charles Digbyon
tho 1st day of May next, unless i iu tlie
meantime a valid objection thereto be
made to tlie undersigned in writing by
some person having an estate or interest
in said Lot, or any part thereof.
,    H. B. W. AIKMAN,
Registrar General,
Land Registry Office,
30th January, 1883. fc3
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN that
tlie Council of the Corporation of
Richmond intend to apply to. tho Chief
Commissioner of Lands k Works to establish the following public highways
within the Municipality of Richmond:—
1st. Commencing at ttie Southwest
comer of Lot 33, Block Five North,
Range 6 West, and running due North
along tho survey Hue bounding said lot
on the West to the Northwest corner of
said Lot 33.
2nd. Commencing at the North arm
of the Fraser river on the Burvey line
between Lots 29 and 32, Block » North,
Range 0 West, and running due East
along said survey lino and ita continuance to where it terminates on the Nortii
ami of the Fraser river.
SAM. MILLER, C. M. C.
Richmond, 2nd'April, 1883, ap7ml
f'lrciaiiy.    ine ninny wiiih*«hihs. ...... ,...._ .
women Riiccdlly cured) nm-niltiitiun nt offico or hy
li-ttiT, freo nnd confidential. Uei**onalble parties
cun arraiiftc j-nyintuitu In the nami- manner a* they
wnulil employ their family phyaiclan, Strident
secrecy maintained.
ONE   DOTTLE   VRBB.
Regular Slxu Buttle of either Invigorator Sont
Free to hIiu'v the wonderful nroncrtlei of (lie
llrontett Invip-rnlur Known to Motion Sriuntlnl-*,
Stato Hymiitiiuix, tiBivir married, Ac,
CallorndilrtH-i lilt. I.IKIUO A CO., No. 400
deary Street, corner Ma»in, San KmnckH-ii, Out.
Piivult' entmuce, 4«ii Maion Street.
ilUAuriKi- amp lttsroKsiBU.— DB. UKllin k
CO.- Organized In coni'dlance with CaUfomU law,
 — '   *'■■ ■•'•-   .'wllaaul   >vt..t<r.tlull.
EARS -oBTniLUQlii
Foo Ghoo'8   Balsam of
Shark's Oil
Positively Restores tlie Hearing, ajid
is the Only Absolute Cure for
Deafness Known.   -
This OH in alntracteil from peculiar «|irclps nf
Kiuall White Shark, caught Ir the Yellow
Sea, known nn OMtonARODOK Uondumii. Kvory
GIiIiicho iUhenimn known It, Its virtue m a
restorative of hearing was dt-tcoTered hy a Duild-
hist 1'rient aulout the year 1410, . Ite cure* wero u
numerous and many so seemingly mint-
euloiisa that the remedy wm otflcililW pro*
claimed over tho entire Empire, Ite nee uecamn
.'ii iinirmel that, for over 90S jemtre no
Dcafucii has existed among theChl*
lieae people. Sent, churnes prepaid, to sny
address at IT.flO per hottle.
lienr What the Hearsay.
It lias performed a miracle In my e$v*.
I have no unearthly n ileei In my head and hear
much better.
PUBLIC    HIGHWAY.
CEDAR DISTRICT,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the following Highway, 40 feet in
width, is hereby established, in Cedar
District, vte/t—■
Commencing nt n point on the Hue ho*
tween Sections 8 and ti, Range 3, Cedar
District, distant 1,180 links due Knst
from the South-went corner of Section ti,
1 tango 3; thence on a surveyed line, in a
North-westerly direction, through Seo-
tions !>, 10, nnd part of 11, to the Vic-
toria-Comox trunk road, and hnving a
width of 20 feet on each side of Baid line.
WM, SMITHE,
Cliief Commissioner of Lands k WorltB,
Lnnds k Works Department,
Victoria, fl. C, 21st March, 1883.
(inU28ml)_
NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS OF LAND.
NOTICE.
Lot. HaiiBO. D*10-
«*      2     J.Olayton, Application ,
tdpurcliase Sept. J+i >w*
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETO-
fore existing between Thomas Lett
Staiilsohmidt and Rouekt Ward, trad-
lug under the firm name of Stahlsciimidt
k Waui), at Victoria, H. C, as Coiumis-
sion Merchants, Shipping and Insurance
Agents, has been utssolved by mutual
consent, as from 31st December, 1882.
Mit. Roiikht Wahu has assumed the
Liabilities and Assets of the lute firm
nnd will continue the said business at
Victoria for his sole account under the
linn name of UniiKit-r W.inn k Co,
No. 4 Conunercinl How, Wharf Streot,
Viotoria, B.C., Iftth March, 188.1,
(mh21)
I hiue heen neatly benefitted.
My deafness helped a great deal—think another
inttle will cure me.
"Its virtues nn« UNQumNmuiK and its cpiu-
T1VK CHAWACTEB ABBOLPTS, AS TIIK WRItlS DAN NRt
fHlNALLV lUTirr, DOTH FROM MPIMBSCS ASP OS.
BKRVAtloN.    Write at onCP tO Hit LOCI k JSNSKT,
7 Dcy Street, New York, onclo«IUR$1.00, and you
will receive by return a remedy that will enable
you to henr like anybody else, and whose curative
efTectt-willbepermnuent. Vou will never regret
diilii-*so.--—KniToaor MrtcmiUlUViKW.
AS*-To avoid loss In tho Mails, please send
money by Registered Letters
Only Imported by
HAYLOCK A. JBNNEY,
7DeySt.,N, Y.
Role Agent* for Am-arlen* nolyt
T. Shotbolt, I'ri-einp-
T'tion km.. 1,500......,lnuit fl,
y/. II. Malliiry,  Vm
euiDtMii Bbc.. I,fi6l-Aiig. 20.
T.8h<)tbolt,Application
topnrchiwo Sept • °,
J. Oarthow, 1're-onip-
tionltec, l,6iU......Aug. .1,
J. 1). Warren, Appll-
entlon to iiurchase...JHne li,
H, H. rrossuallo, l*re.
rinptlntllleu., I,650.,I)ec.    (',
J.D.Wnmm.l'te-emp-
tion Hei:., 1U8 Ml. M,
J.ll.Wn"", Applh-a-
tion to ptirclntse W]n, Hi
II. K, OroiuMlnlllu, Ap-
nllcnliou to piirelmse-lniie X,
J.Wilson, I're-emption
Hpc.,   1,648 Mar. 24,
1882
The above or any other claimants to
the above lots, mnst prove n\i their
claims in accordance with the provisions
of lhe "Und Act, 1876," within three
'months of tyo j|aJo of this notice.
i WM. SMITHK.
• Chief Commissioiwr of Umte^tyorks.
Lands &\yorks Department,     _
Victoria, H\£., Mtiroh 20th, 1883.
(mhCHtd)
NKW   WESTMINSTER    DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HKRKBY aiVKN, that
tlie undermentioned lots hi
Group Two, New Westmiuster District,
have neon surveyed, and a map of same
can he seen at the ofiiee of J. C, Hughes,
Esq., Comiiiissfpner, Nfiw Westminster,
and at tlie Lauds k Works Ivpartment,
Victoria,
hot. (Irp. )<IC''enipthni Itec, No,   Diito.
-Ull,   'J, J, Darker,    ,      Hiifi,      MnT:U),lU73
■iili!,   2, J.Mumo, Mi,       A|if.»,lR77
4114,   2, J. Ohapman,        14W,      Fob 27,1877
43f>,   8, D.Oroyell, 1447,       Mny 18.1870
The alwvo or any other claimants to
the above lots must prove up their
claims, In accordance with the provisions
of Seo. liVof tlw Laud Act, 1875," with
hi three months from the dutu of this
notice.
Forms of proof aud declaration can lie
obtained at the Lands and Works Otlice,
Victoria, and at the Commissioner's
Ollice, New Westminster.
WM. SMITHE,
Pfoief Commissioner of Lauds & Works,
Lands k Works Departmpnt,  .
Victoria, B.C., V2th March, I88U.
(mh21j«ft)
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
OTICK 18 HEBEBY OIVBN, that
tlio partuorsliip luratofora osistliig
lietwoim Uroy 8. Plumb ami Amlrow J •
Audersoii mulgr tlio stylo of l'luidb *
Andetson, moprlotora of thoEiiglo Hotel,
in tlio Citv of Kow Wostuiiustor, is tills
day il'ffiofvec! liy mutual nonsuit,   llm
bus'nosa will bo hewafter oatrieil on By
tlio sulci Ijsroy 8. l'lumli, who rag
all olnlniH luniiist, aiul collect nll llobta
<luo to, tho Into Ami.
Now Wits'UliUteOt, Aptjl "J! ltj^H,
L. 8. ELUMIl.   .
A. J.  ANDERSON.
WituosBi—W. D, I'miiUB.      ,    a-i-inl
Executors' Notice.
In the ftwfc uf PHILIP JOHNSON,
' forinerlij uf lai^hy, Deceased.
ANY' 1*KR80N HAV1NCI ASV'
blnlliis agallist tlio Estate of.'tM
Into PhUlp Johnson, of Langley, is r6-
quosWl to forwnnl them Bt once, and all
persons indebted aro m|Uost<d to pay
the amount,, to
JOHN MAXWELL,
•AMES M AUK IB,
Kseeiitors.
' Laugloy, 2«H| Hfnreli. |RS;t.      mh2»inl
DR SPINNEY & G0.S
NO.llKEABiraiYSTRWIT,
SANFEANCISCO.CAl,
»R. HiMNNBVi w«ll keown m the Rmn*
iler uf tin* Mimtrwil. (0. K.) Mtdfosl Iiutl-
tnto, nml iMu l'r..|.rlut(.r«f tlie SPINNIYTlUiK
IXr'lllMAltY, wuuU ni.mt «i|.«ctrully Iftfurtu
tlln ■ililiriitM mul tils' nnilct-.nl gunuritlly, tlitt tic*
Ht111 cuiitliiui-i to irr-at tlirmiic «n-4 nervosn dli-
cmui*- witli uniinrnlluM HUccim,
LADIES AND aENTlBMlM.
licnu'iiitiur tlmt iinicrnitlnulhin It tlw thief uf
lima nu
COME AND BBHEAMD.
II mutton tint wlmt your Iroiibloi mny iw,«*m«
Mill li't tho Doctor cxmntiiu your cmo. It will
ftnBt ymi notlilriR for i-onmiltntloii, wipleMo cfcll
nml Kivtiify your-tulvi-n wlietlwr tlw Doctor un<l»r<
Ktniiilii v«'-irri.w", II lw cxn eart yon lie will tall
you wu If not, lie will toll you Mint, for lio will
not liiiilortiirtn u rum* uuleni lia h contldi-iit of of.
fwitlliK r curt.
lV-tjiu nl ti ill-ilHii-'e wlflilny tmttnieiit, l>y
-'•••{nil  «/■  "..I    .-   -1--V-UU1 f   l|"t.
troniili'* will iVruive inri'tni'ii k'hllvootuw'ol
troutini'iil «i'i**iii'ly (iniki'il k>>;iih not to excite o«I
rloslty, '■*■' ■'•
Ult. HI'lNNKYwIll eumitiiti* to torhlt Viva
llniiilrnl (Villnr* lur pvory rh-h- nf iiiiyklml'ni
I'lmrncii'i- wlikli Im umlortitkHHiiil Mil to run*. ''
I'. ».—Fm- iHwua-'ii uf Mliort itniHll»|, « full
coiirKU of ninlkluoa, HUlRcloiit for • nre, wltl
all lull met Innri, will lie r*»*it to imt MdreM on
(•VlofllO, | l   ,
,Cull nr AiMli-wi
Dr. HP1KNBY *VCO.|
(tus.l*-     Nfi,l(I**^nie*f-»f.)^it|!nii(|(;UFo1pf||1
n6t£cE.
,'k IMPRESSION havingoonf
A.   •,",",, Uia* ' ''"ve <""PMe'1"' m!
property at Port Honey, .1 hereby stat.
thnt such Is not the case.
i:    * THOMAS HANRY,
l -ntr.Ot ■ I'ort Haney, H.f

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