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 Provincial Sforol"
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
——Is ri;nu*)iii:it	
Every Wednesday & Sntnrday,
— BY —
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OfHOE, COLUMU* STBEET. Ektiaiioe TO Eoi-
T0HUL ANDlUSIMUS DEPARTMENT THHOUCH T. B.
Pearsok & Cos. Book & Stationery Store.
TERMS..H.V Well, S.l n sour : SI SO for 0 tool.;
.1 for Sole..) n.yalile 111 Ailvnoeo. llelivereil
liv Outlcr nr Aeent, ,1 por cuerter,, imylillle
quarterly In Carrier or Agent.
AGENTS:
T. N. Hibben ft Co Victoria.
Wm. Harrison Yaie.
L. P. FISHER Aclvei'tMeK Agent, 21 Merolmilt's
l.xcli.iiKO, Sen r'rsilcUui}, is unthorlsuilte receive
AdtortLonlellte for tlii. popcr.
TUIC   eVADCD   isoy lie feilinl ou file nt
I Ilia rArtn u*,. p. n..«-,.n * (•...■»
Now«|iop.r Advertising IliironnflO senine St.).
whero ftilvortljliig contraet. limy lie mudo for-it in
NEW VOU.
Ilu friiislt Columbian.
UYflncsilny Morning, .Tunc IS, IWI,
Adinliiislratioii of Justice.
Tlie actual, nmouiit of   iiljustico
done in tbe name of justice is really
surprising.    This   journal lias repeatedly pointed out the injustice of
requiring petit jurors to attend und
serve at the assizes und other courts
without remuneration, or with such
remuneration ns amounts almost to
insult.    In   very   much  the same
< category may be  placed  witnesses
for the Crown.   Wo learn that tho
Government   have  just instructed
the Registrars to pay two dollars to
each witness for one assize, and no
more I   Now, just look at it.    Witnesses for the Crown are frequently
brought considerable distances, and
they nre generally required to come
ft day or two before, in order tlmt
the Crown prosecutor  may liuvo an
opportunity of examining them with
a view to arranging his programme.
The assize  which sat  in   this city
lust week was unusually short; but
still witnesses for the Crown had to
be in attendance during four days,
and inasmuch  as the assize was adjourned till the 6th prox. thoy must
ciune again ami probably lose two or
three days  more,  and nll  lor the
paltry sum of two dollars !   In thu
cuso of a long assize, occupying mere
weeks than the lust did days, the
grievance would bo proportionately
intensified.   Just think  of farmers
and others being compel led  to leave
their homes and their occupations
and. ro.tnuiii  iu  town  for days anil
sometimes weeks to give evidence
for tho Crown, or to do jury duty,
and all  they are entitled to receive
for their time and services und expenses  is u sum so inadequate that
the  vory oil'ering of it constitutes
almost au insult!   "But, my dear
fellow, you overlook  the  fuct that
overy citizen owes n duty to his
country; anil the particular services
to whicji you refer come within that
class of unpuiu duly." Quite so, my
lord; but look at the Judge on the
lleiieh.    lie is handsomely paid for
avery hour ho sits, and every expense is fully met.    Look nt the
drawn -Prosecutor.' All h,        onses
iro paid, and  he receives u  lia'nd-
lomo fen beside.    Look at, the She
•ill'sitting there, sleek and comfort-
il.it*. porohtinco indulging  iu u quiet
mp.    He, too, is well  paid for his
ervices, as also ore the Registrar
ho Bailiffs, and all  tlio officers of
ho Court.   Do noun of those owe
npuid duty to the State?   It would
ppeur that it is alone  upon the
nor man that this meytio duty falls.
Ie nlono is required  to servo from
atriotisui.   The rich must hove the
»sh—must bo paid fut salaries for
leir share in the administration of
istice, white tho poor  must come
id stuy nud go and serve at his
vir expense   Wo havo  no hosita-
on whatever in  pronouncing such
condition of nllairs a glaring injus-
so and a crying shame.    If any
irticular class should servo without
y, surely it is .the rich, who can
ford to do so.    If thero is any par
Hilar class who should be paid, it is
e working class, who cunu/it afford
give their time and services for no-
ing.   If it is essential to the pub-
interest that farmers and median
and working  mon should   lie
igged away from homo and avo-
ion,   common   justice  demands
it tho public shall pay all  their
lenses   und   reasonable companion for loss of time.    To  compel
m to come and wait and sei-vo nt
ir own expense is to do a most
itrary thing.    It is to inflict ub-
ito injustice.   This condition of
irs ought to he instantly rcmo-
I.   To expect n remedy nt the
Is of tho   present (loyerniiieiit
lid be folly,   Tho ordor to the
istrars just issued shows clearly
. tho tendency of thoir policy is
n entirely opposite direction.
-SB
Columbian.
,    VOLUME 21
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1882.
NUMBER 51
CDm-glcni).
KITH AND KIN.
(Cuiitlnuetl.)
Ho fui'got for the moment tlmt a
confiding heart at Irkford looked to
him for support and comfort*, indeed,
he hnd a vague idua, which had not
yot been distinctly formulatud, tlmt
tlioro wero few troubles which Mian
Vane could not drive away, by dint
of dross, and jewelry, and amusement.
Ho felt that so long as ho had a full
purse, he could comfort Lizzie nnd
cherish hor. This was a different case;
thia was a suffering wliich silk altiru
nnd diamonds could- not alleviate, a
wound not to bo stanched for a moment by social distillation and tho envy
of other women. His heart ached sympathetically. Ho could comprohend
that feeling.
He knew thnt ho could feel likewise.
Nny, had ho not experienced a fore-
taato of somo such feeling this very
night, whon she had vowed that bIio
could not aid him in his scheme, aud
he had felt his newly-acquired riches
turn poor and sterile iu consequence,
and his capacity for enjoying thoni
shrivel up? But there was a ray of
joy even amidst this pain, in thinking
that this hidden obstacle did not imply anything derogatory to her. He
might yet believe hor noble mid treat
her as noble. His was one of tho
niihu-es which can not only discern
nobility in shabby guise, but which
are perhaps almost too prone to seek
it there, rather than under purple
mantles; bomg'iiicliiied to grudge the
wearers of the lattor any distinction
save that of inherited outside splendor.
The fact that Miss Conisbrough was a
very obscure character; that sho was
ahnnst sordidly puur; tbat the gown
sho woro was both shabby .ind old-
fashioned, anil that whatever secret
troubles sho had, she must necessarily
often be roused from thorn, in order to
consider li'-Jw most advantageously to
dispose of the metaphorical sixpence—
nil this lent tn bis eyes, and to His
way of thinking, a reality to her grief;
a. ennereteness to her distress. He
had no love fur moonshine and unreality, and though Judith Conisbrough had this night overwhelmed
him with contradictions and vague,
intangible replica to his questions, yet
he was tume (irmly convinced than
ever tliat all about, her was real.
If she bad to suffer-—aud he was
Bitro now that she had—he would bo
magnanimous, though he did not consciously apply so grand a name to his
own conduct. Aftor a pause, ho said,
slowly:
"1 must ask your forgivonoss. I
had no business to get into a passion.
It was unmanly, and, I believe, brutal.
I can only atone for it in ono way, and
that is by trying tn tin what you wish;
though ] cannot conceal that your decision is a bitter blow to mo. I had
hoped that everything would be so
different. Hut tell me once again that
you do not wish to bu at enmity with
me; that it ia no personal ill-will
wliich "
"Oh, Mr. Aglionby!"
"Could ynu not stretch a point for
once," said Bernard, looking at her
with a strangely mingled expression,
"as we are so soon to lie on mere terms
of distant civility, and addres me like
a cousin—just once—it would not be
too much to do, after what you havo
refused V
There wiih a momentary pause. Aglionby felt his own heart beat faster,
as he waited for hor answer. At last,
she began, with flaming cheeks, and
eyes steadily fixed upon the ground:
"You mean — Bernard — there r»
nothing I desire less than to bo at enmity with you. Since wo have been
under your roof bore, I have learnt
that you at least are noble, whatever I
may be; and ''
* At this point Judith looked up, having overcome, partially at least, her
tromnloiisness, but she found his eyes
fixed upon hers, and her own fell again
directly. Something seemed tn rise iu
her throat aud chuko her; at last sho
faltered out:
"Bo not imagine that I suffer nothing in refusing your wish." ,
"I believe you now, entirely," lie
said, hj tt tone almost of satisfaction.
"Wo wero talking about creeds tho
other night, and you said you wanted
a strong ono. I assure you it will tako
all the staying power of mine to euablo
me to bear this with anything liko
eqimnimity. And meantime, grant.mo
thisfavor, lot ine accompany you home
to-morrow, and do me the honor to introduce mo to your sisters; I should
like to know my cousins by sight, at
any rato—if Mrs. Conisbrough will allow it, that is."
"Mamma will allow it—yes."
"And I promise that after that I
will not troublo nor molest you any
more,'''
"Don't put it in that way."
"I must, I am afraid. But you have
not promised yet."
"Curtatnly, I promise. And, oh!
Mr. Aglionby, I am glad, I am glad
you have got all my unolo had to
loitvo," Bhe oxclaimod, with paBStoimto
emphasis. "Tho knowledge that you
havu it will be some comfort to me in
my dreary existence, for it is and will
bo driiary."
She roso now, quito decidedly, and
wont toward tho door. Ho opened it
for her, aud they clasped hands silently, till he said, with a half-smile Wliich
had in it something wistful:
"(hden AbendP*
"Code NadttJ" respondod ,Judith,
but no answering sinilo camo to htr
lips—only a rush of bitter tears to her
eyes. She passed out of tho.room; he
gently closed tho dooi- after her,'and
' o wns loft alono with her burden.
"Wo must not go out this aftornoonj
booause they are coming, you know,"
(8e'iJ Fourth Pag".)
R. T. WILLIAMS,   BOOTS and SHOES
I)OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
) and Blank Book Manufacturer,
Mnps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Mngazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria* n. C.
ARTHURfW. SULLIVAN,
UKALEIl   IN
IMEBAL MERCHANDISE
GRANVILLE, B. I.,
MORTON   HOUSE,
SFENCE'S BRIDGE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
THE AMOVE HOTEL IS NOW
opon for tlie accommodation of tho
Plililio, nml the proprietor will endeavor
to deserve a fair share of patronage.
Tho very host o," Wi.vks, Liquors and
Cigars' will always be kept.
C.   MORTON.
July 1, 1881. aufl
IP. *F**Ft"TSr,
Contractor and Builder.
I'LAJTS nml SI'lil'lFICITKIXS Will:-
reuv MA in- OUT.
ALSO AGEST  roll TIIK
Asphalt Roofing Company.
This is the BEST and CHEAPEST
Roofing now in use. Call and examine
model roof.
StW Shop comer of Mackenzie k Clark-
son Streets, Now Westminster,     npI2
FIRE INSURANCE.
TIIE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, - ^000,000 Sterling
Risks accepted at   Current Rates of
Premium hy
JOHN C. MOWN,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columl'ia St, New Westminster.
SELLING OFF!
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
TIIK ENTIRE .STOCK OV
Furniture,   Picture!*.,   Mouldings,
WnlH'iipcr, and I'mlertitkers*
(ioods,
In tlio Store lately occupied hy David
Withrow.
Orders for (Jooda whieh are not on
hand will he filled from Victoria on short
notice
For further particulars, apply on the
premises, Columbia Street, New Westminster, or to
J,   SF.HT,,
Victoria, IJ, C,
S-TTWEBB,
GUNSMITH
Coiumiia Sr., New Westminstea, B. C.
SAW   FII.l.NJ,    KKV   I'lTTIXII.    MHK.
SMITH, ITTTI.KRT  «l,0|:.Vi>,
M'ISSiMIS Hllllti-K.VKU,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and llepnired.   Machine
Needles for Sale. -
I'liilirellas Headed, nnd (Irlieral Kt'lHilr.
till! Heady dime.
Ammunition of all kinds, A full assortment of He-loading Tools, and every tiling
required hy a Sportsman. Km.Es, Shot
(Jons, Hkvolvkus, and Flsmxa Tackle
for salo. ((24y
ADVANTAGES OF THE
COAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils of Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
THE BEACON LIGHT is
an Oil of High Test with a light gravity,
whieh makes tho Oil a protection against
explosion.
One Ordinary Burner gives n (Brilliant) lilglitequal In Ten (auclle
i-IglitBt
Its odor is not oflonsive.   The Beacon
Light Oil is
FREE  FROM  SMOKE & SMELL.
In point of Economy, tho Beacon Light
Oil is
iksh i:vi*i:\sm; mux other tniz.
Tho Consumer burning ono light—for
Four Hours—will not consume over Ono
Gill, or one thirty-second part of a Gallon, which docs hot tax tho Consumer
moro than Two Cunts for a whole night.
OPPENHEIMEft BROS.,
fo4 Solo Agents, Victoria, B.C.
HEATHOEN'S
Boot k Slioe lanufactorj,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   FEICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop undor the now Oddfellow Hall,* Col
uiubiast., New Westminster.
H. MOREY
HAS OPENED THE STOEE AD-
joining the City Hotel, Columbia
Street, where ho will sell, cheap for
OASH:-
tlroccrit'Si
Tobacco,
Cigars,
Candles, Ac.
By careful attention to business lie
hopes to merit a sharo of the Public
patronage.
Now West., April 20, 1SS2. ap'22
ESTABLISHED 1S59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Jcarlj' Onposllc llic Colonial Hold,
NEW WESTMNSTEE.
IHE LARGEST ASD   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions uf
1
MEATS AIID VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, anil Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AXD—
MUSICAL ISTRUMEHS
OF EVERY DESCJlftpTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VAMETV,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A line Aflssovtinentf from S!2,"i to S(I0,
—at— ■/•
BAtiNALL & CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
(lOVEIIJiJIEXT STKKKT,  VICTIIHIA,
J. BAGNALL,
I'lANOI'OltTK itOllOAJJ TL.VE11& RuniliKI!
SEVEN THOUSAND!
DYKED LAIBS
FOR SALE.
The undersigned offer
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
I.llif nil Terms of Payment given to
Bona title Settlers.
Tliasb Lands aro of excellent quality,
and a larao portion of tliem is ready for
the plough.
WOODS & TURNER,
New Westminster,
E. JI. JOHNSON,
Viotoria,
C. I). SWORD,
Riverside.
Or
oc8
ROYAL  OITY
5 MILLS CO.,
(X.XIMEX>37XIX»
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—AM, nKSIT.Il'TIrjNS or—
Rough k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINCS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Pinning. Scroll-Hawing-, Turning, Slutpln--,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  OASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDRY,
Manaoeu.
(AT BRUXETTE MILLS.)
HAVING ENGAGED THE SER.
viees of Mr, .Ias. SriKits, nnd
fitted our Shop withn sot of tirst-clnsia
Tools, wo nre in a position to turnout
tho best quality of work in this lino.
myllj DkBECK BROS, k CO.
t  ;:fiimsl tit-nd-Aclw, Con.
' Mlp-tdotlilllllfKCa*
Hon, 7tl.'.>,,*,rs*-, llt'iirtburnt
I'mi   I'rnicl;.   l.oss of Ap>
1 -i-.itv, .;.ii.iidiiT, Lo.il of
f-niovy,  fiiior Hinmnrlu IJvrr 4'om*-
' Ui» t.-.:i-:iin-ill!i.'...;ui.-ii:-'from tlio Slow
" X 3; [.velHor E(hfnp,r.i. Tlioy arouafo.
■ M tinti fhnron^h In tlieir action. Fromltoti
■ ,   °"'' -'".fK*:-; ■:*s.\ s'i:it box.
J. H. PLEACEI CO.
IMPOnTleliK AND IlKALKKS IS
STOVES,
RANGES,  toO., toO.,
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS
A full nsfiortmcnt constantly on hnnd, nt
tlie LOWEST MAEKEf HATES.
Tinware lnahufricturetl on the promi-
sea.   .fohbing promptly attended to.
noi,mt«OK's stom; isiumm..
New West m liiHi'.'r.
GO TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND 01ST   YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
r)00TS AND SHOES OF EVERY
)   description made to order, and repaired, from an '
INFANT'S   SHOE
—TO   A—
xa.jk.'si'ss   soot.
Tlie highest CASH price paiil for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
Oito.hiti: tiik Rank.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'If.
1 Old lJito.vi) St. and Hi Bam, Mail,
LONDON.
INSTITUTE!") 1803.
FOR INSURINCi HOUSES k OTHER
.Buildings, GpodSj Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing arid Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels ; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Ves-
aels on navigable rivors nnd cannls, and
Goods on hoard fluch Vessels, throughout
Groat Britain find Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FKOM MISS OU DAMAGE BV FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rfttes of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG
Agent for New Westi-iini-tiir.
COLONIAL
HOTEL
COLUMBIA STREET,
New  Westminster, B. C.
HAAINCx PURCHASED AND
, completely re-furnished nnd
otherwise greatly improved this
well-known establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce that it is
now
OPEN
For the reception of Guests.
Couviently located and well ap-
pointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all tho most modem appliance?}; it will he found in every
respect the best, as it is the largest
and most commodious, Hotel on the
Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under tho very best
management both us regards cuisine
nnd attendance, and parties desiring
thein can have comfortable Privilte
HIIIIns Rooms, with special attendance.
The
BAR   BOOM
Is stocked with the choicest Wines
and Liquors, and the best brands of
Cigars will always be kept on hand.
The V
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious aud well appointed, and
provided with Stkaiilk's Patent
CUSHION TABLES,   the best in
use.
its?' Good attendance and moderate charges.
J. E. INSLEY,
pRori.iEToK k Kasaokk-
April 4, 1SS2. apo
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD       INI.ET.
Xeivlj Built nnd Xcwly Famished,
Large and Commotio us.
ONE OF TKE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND,
Comninnds an unbroken view  of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
HIIITS    Ol'    ROOMS    I'OK    lAlIIllO
*JT Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting plnec.
The saile of charges will be found to
bo strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNION,
ORO RESTAURANT
niM'JIHU STKKKT,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
IKSTABMSIIKU 1880.)
THIS WELL KNOWN AND MOST
conveniently locatoil establishment,
having boon purchased by the under-
signed, will bo conducted ns a FIRST-
CLASS
BOARDINC    HOUSE,
Under the personal superintendence of
Mns. Packistt".
rm' ■ K It. TK M s
Board k Lodging per Week Sli 00
Hoard alono per Week  5 00
Single Meals ■      SO
it3r The Mail Stages leave this House
for Burrard Inlet twice a day,
S.  W.  DAGGETT.
MovO, 1881,
YYANfEb:
A  GIRL   TO   DO   GENERAL
Housework.
Apply to   MRS. J. CUNNINGHAM.
New Westminster, Juno S, 18S2.    JriH
ioi §«tf otWWtnt
FOR RENT:
mHE EAGLE HOTEL, FROXTST.
I.    New Westminster;   opposite   tii'
Wliarfj with a License.
Apply to
HENRI" V. EDMONIA
inli22 Lan.l Aeeut,
BRICKS FOR SALE.
rnHB suusciinircn -has a kiln*
J.     of excellent brieks for sak- cheap.
Delivery anywhere.
T. McK'.-Ut
New Westminster,
June 24, 1881. jlG**'
FARMS, TOWNIoTS,
and othes lands '
FOR   SALE.
MONEY TO LEND
AT REASONABLE RATES.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
myl3-2m Bahristek, New West,
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Riverside Farm, Matsqui,
IN WHOLE  OttPABT,
CONTAINING THREE HUNDRED
acres Dyked Land, of which 2fl0 aevc-
conid easily he put under crop for next
season,
WITH IVII.'RK SO FKET FRONT, (ilie,
AHPIE BAIty «XB  OTIIKK
IIVIL1IIKU   ACCOMMODATION.
Apply to
C. B. SWORD.
Riverside.
DAISY  FAE1
FOB SALE OR LEASE.
mHR FARM CONSISTS OF ,'!20
X Aei-es, in Nicola Valley, known as
V, L. AndersonV* Eauoli, of which u port
is suitable for crop. It is situated about
It miles from the Public Hall und Road.
Also—75 Milk Pans, Churn, and all
the implements necessary for Dairyinii.
Also—20 good Mi'leli Cows.
Apply to
P. L. ANDERSON,
apStc Nicola I..iI;p.
FARM for SALE
THE UNDEESKJNKD BKINC T)JC-
sii-ous, on account of failing health,
to retire from business, offers for ?nle his
first-class Dairy Farm, situated on Sumas
Prairie, consisting of 520 acres, of which
about 100 acres arc under fence. There
is a good Orchard on the place, Dwelling
House, Dairy, Bams, Stafaloa, &u.. &;.
The Dairy Stock, Horses, kc, wid bo
sold with Farm if desired.
Tkk.ms—One half of purcha>i> mpiioy
payable at time of purchase; fii'e lidlahot
at rcasounblo rate of interest on {inn- u-
suit purchaser.
For particulars apply to
' CHESTER CHADSKY.
my24-"3ih Sn-nna,
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOR
Church or Earlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason k Ilnm-
lin Cabinet Organ, with i fall sets of
reeds, srdi-bass, octave coupler, vox Im-
inana, grand organ, nnd knee swell, H
stops. Tins organ is now used in tile
Methodist Church, and is swi.'{ toriud
and in good order. Will be sold for J-i.'ill
cash, as it is il.fendcd to procure a niorn
powerful one. This is a decided bargiiih,
Apply to
T. R, PEARSON & CO.,
Statioucrs it Jlinie Droit .-,
fc«o NewAVeslniinstcr.
FOR  SALE:
rpHE   UNDERMENTIONED   PRO-
X   "party.
City of New Westminster:
LOT   4, BLOCK ID,
"     10,        " .12,
"     12,        " 32,
7,        " !>,
"     12,        " 24.
District of New Westminster:
Lot 219,  Croup I., North shore Port
Moody,
Lot   102,   Croup   I.,   South side Port
Moody,
Lot 116, Croup L, near Hastings,'Bur-
rard Inlet,
Lot 302, Croup I., False Creek,
Lot 110, Croup IL, South bank Fraser
Kiver,
Lots  147, 148,  150, Group IL, South
bank, Frasor River,
Lot QBa, Croup IL, South bank .1.Ya-;iT
River.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
mhlS Land Agent.
NOTICE TO FISHERMEN
AND OTHERS.
rplIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT
X the curing of Samwos Uhi-lii^,
apart from the Racks, is not allowably
unions the remainder uf blip Fish be utilized for food, either by suiting or otherwise,
AWiX.Cl ANDERSON.
Inspector of Fisheries
Now Westminster,
30th May, 1882. myJl-Im NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAT.
Notion to Contractors F. H. *Ennia
To tho Electors W, Isnuc
Bylaw  .Mayor
Candidate H. Dawson
Candidate...-.-,-.'.......... G. T.lack
Special......... "il. iT. -Williams
lhe §Mak (-lolitirrfmi't.
We,liie«aa.v Jfornlnit, *me IS, lSS'J.
To ilie Hectors of the District
nt Now Westminster:
UENTLKMEK—I beg tu announce
myself a candidate at the ensuing
election to represent yon In the
Provincial legislature.
I shall t»he an early opportunity
or pladllg ray views before yon, anil
hope soon to visit tho various settlements and'tneet ns mmfj or 1 oh
as can make It-convenient to come
together.
.1X0. llOIISOX
Grand Jury Report.
Wo congratulate the Grand Jury
upon the Report handed to the
-Judge on Friday, a copy of whicli
'Will be found elsewhore. As compared with some of the reports of
previous Grand Juries, it is a manly
and sensible presentment. Although
it does not include all the subjects
thnt might well receive attention,
still it deals with several matters of
great "public importance, only one
■or two of which it is proposed to advert to just now. The implied censure of the Dominion and Provincial Governments for neglecting 'the
important duty of introducing a,
'desirable class of labor for tho great
Ipublic works now going on is not
'undeserved. But it is no 'more than
just to tho Dominion Government
to bear in mind the statement made
by Sir John Macdonald during the
•recent session of parliament, to the
■oil'ect tlmt he had never been made
-aware that such a grievance as Chinese labor existed in this Province.
It is 'quite manifest from what ho
'said that our own ministers, while
imuking clap-trap speeches and 'en-
'couraging the Legislature to pass
■resolutions denouncing Chineso immigration and the employment of
• Chinese labor upon the large public
works, never thought it worth their
. while to draw the attention of the
Dominion Government to the subject at all. Considering His Lordship's remarks at the previous assize nnd on opening the last, it was
quite proper that, in reiterating the
right of New Westminster to a resident Judge, the Jury should controvert the absurd suggestion that the
community had no higher object
than mere shop—the slight addition
to trade arising from the presence of
a Judge and his family, and it is not
surprising that, in doing this, the
■Jury should have cmployod language
bordering Mi the indignant It is to
be regretted that, in dealing with
the lunatic asylum, the Jury did not
irise to the larger and more import-
•ant subject of enclosing a large piece
of ground, with a view of affording
healthful employment and recreation
for tho inmates, and with an ultimate view to inaugurating the "cottage system." The Jury acted wisely in not visiting the penitentiary.
They could have no legal right there,
and it is questionable whether it
would not have been the duty of the
. Warden to have declined to allow
them to make any investigation.
But this fact only strengthens the
argument in favor of having an Inspector appointed. If this particular
institution be closed against tho
scrutiny of tribunals to whicli all
others aro open, it is clear that the
necessity for an Inspector becomes
all the more urgent. The statements
mado iu open court by one of the
inmates, taken in connection with
rumors which have been afloat for
some time, make it the imperative
duty of the Department to institute
a thorough and impartial enquiry
and also to appoint an Inspector. A
sort of quasi-official enquiry has been
ordered by the Judge, but it is quite
clear to our mind that such an enquiry ns is proposed cannot be legally made. Nor would an. investigation made hy the Dominion Inspector himself be satisfactory, considering tho peculiarly delicate nature of
tho rumors and statements. It may
be thought hy some that too much
is being made of this affair; but mutters of this kind cannot he too
promptly or effectively dealt with,
and it is to bo hoped that His Lordship will make such a report to the
Department nt Ottawa as will, backed up by our representatives in Parliament, lead to speedy action. The
very interesting Report concludes
with an expression of regret that no
steps havo been  taken to establish
the ferry across the river so often
recommended. It would be well for
the country if this constituted the
greatest sin of the administration;
and, yet, considering all the circumstances, there are, perhaps, few matters which more conclusively demon
strate the utter disregard for the
wishes and interests of the people
entertained by tliose in power. Fortunately, however, these incompetent, arrogant, selfish do-ndthiugs
havo about'rcachctWho end df their
tetlief.
Easily Pleased.
The Standard appeal's to be-greatly
pleased with an address !to the electors of Yalo District, published 'by
Mr. McGirr. It says he deprecates
the party spirit that has hitherto
estranged the Yale ropreseiitntires
from tho rest of 'the Province. A
reference to the address, however,
shows that Mr. McGirr merely mentions Mr. Walkctn's retirement from
politics as to a grea't extent removing that "bitte-l' party 'Ming thnt
formerly existed," which is certainly
anything but complimentary to :tlio
Walkem administration--rather an
odd statement for tho Standard to
be joyful" dver one tfould think.
Had Mr. McGirr made nny such
statement ns the organ puts into his
mouth, ho would simply have courted defeat by slandering the constituency he aspires to represent. The
Yale members have never been "estranged from the rest of the Province," *b*at from a Government which
has estranged tlie vliole country
from it. Adverting to thnt part of
the address which relates to the:
dock, the Standard says-: — "The
liberality with wliich he declares
himself prepared to support any
measure calculated to forward the
construction of the dry dock at Esqnimalt and other important public
works in tho Province bespeaks him
a man of enlarged mind nnd a public
spirited citizen." Now, in order
that the reader may seo for himself
how unscrupulously tho organ twists
the language in order to extract a
little comfort therefrom, we publish
all that Mr, McGirr says on that
subject:—"Tho dry dock is another
grave question whicli shall receive
my careful attention. Any measure
that will secure its completion without increasing tiie debt of the Fro-
vince shall have my hearty support."
If that is any comfort to the pro
tern. Premier, we are happy to he
able to afford him more of it by
assuring him that we do not belierc
a member from the Mainland will
say less. We do not believe there
is a constituency on the Mainland
that would not gladly see the dock
mushed without making further inroads upon the public revenue; lint,
per contra, wo do not believe there
is a constituency which is not opposed to the squandering of any
more of the people's money upon n
work which even the local organ of
the Wnlkcni-Beavcn administration
has plainly declared "can never be u
cent's worth of benefit to the taxpayers of the Mainland."
The Result.
The Dominion election returns for
the live eastern provinces (still incomplete) give the Government 132
nnd the Opposition 66. Ontario and
Quebec nre still one short each.
Following aro the figures:
oov't     orr,
Ontario 53 38
Quebec , 53 11
Nova Scotia II) 5
New Brunswick  8 8
P.E. Island  2 4
Totals 132 06
Manitoba will most likely add
five nnd British Columbia will certainly add six to tho Govorninent
side; and if we give Ontario's one to
the Opposition nnd Quebec's ono to
the Government, it would make the
majority for the Government 77,
which is quite ns largo as it should
bn.	
Brlllsh Columbia Agency or Toronto
Safe and lock Works, ,1. & i.
Taylor, Proprietors.
Theso celebrated safes arc made from
heavier iron, weighing 20 nor cent, more,
ami have all the motion, improvements of
the best American Firo and Burglar Safes,
Including tho Sargont Grccnloaf Dial
Lock. Being of Canadian manufacture,
they aro duty freo, and consequently can
bo sold cheaper than either English or
American Safes.
Firo and Burglar proof vault doors
manufactured of all sizes and quality, at
prices ranging from ono hundred to three
thousand dollars.
Detailed specifications for vault work
furnished on application to tbe agents for
British Columbia.
no2   M. W. ffAitit Co., Victoria.
 » » .	
JtaTT. R. Pearson k Co. are aaonts for
the Victoria "Evening Post," for which
subscriptions arc solicited.
To tlio Electors of the District
of New Westminster:
. Gentlemen,—Having been solicited
by ii largo number of the Electors interested in tho general wolfuro of our District, I «llow myself te Im nominated as
a candidate for your 'suffrages at tho
forthcoming election for the Provincial
Legislature.
My political, views are briefly as follows :
Although independent of party, 1 disapprove of the polioy of the present administration, more especially 'hi regard
to tho expenditure of largo amounts of
the public revenue upon -tho dock at
Esquunalt and the DeCosmos mission.
I will do what P'caji towards promoting the construction of roads ami bridges
and tho establishment of schoofci'tlirough-
otit tho Province 'and espGcia-llyln the
District that I expect to have tile honor
of representing.
Our lumber trade will receive my best
attention, as also our fisheries and the
dyking of tlie prairie lands.
1 am in favor of offering substantial
hidnconrents -to5 boimfide settlers, every
one of whdlli should be allowed a freo
grant of 1 ISO ucres of land as a'homostend.
Land speculation or monopolization I
shall oppose bvevery legitimate means.
I believe in Roprasoiitation According
to Population, and would do my best to
obtain it.
In conclusion, should I have the honor
to represent you, my whole energies
shall be devoted to the promotion of
your interests. Your interests are mine
and mine are yours, lain ono of yourselves.
Yours Most Obediently,
WILLIAM ISAAC.   :
■Maple Ridge. ju'28
Notice to Contractors!
SEALED TENDERS, ADDRESSED
to Hon. ,1. W. Trutch, C. M. li.,
Victoria, B. C-. signed and endorsed
"Tender for Post Ollice, &c., Nanaimo,
B. C, will bo received nt tins ollice until
WEDNESDAY, the lllth day of July,
inclusive, for the erection of
POST OFFICE, kC,
NANAIMO, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Plans mul specifications can be seen at
tlio Department 'df Pitlilft VCoi'ks, Ottawa, at the office of T. K. Peck, Esq.,
Collector of Customs, at Xanuimo, and at
the offico of Hon. 3. W. Trutch, C. M.G.,
at Victoria, on ami after Wednesday,
the 4th July.
Tenders must lie made ou the pi'inted
forms sHf-plM.
Each tender must he accompanied by
au AccEiTKb hank cheque, matte payable
to the order of the Honorable the Minister of Public Works, kquai to five peh
cent, of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited if the party decline to
enter into a contract when called upon
to do so, or if he fait to eomplete
the wink contracted for. If the tender
be not accepted the cheque will bo returned.
The Department will not be bound to
accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
r\ tt. 15NNIS,
Secretary.
Dept. of Public Works,
Ottawa, 7th Juire, 188*2. jn28
NOTICE TO MARINERS
SAND HEADS, FIUSEIt RIVER.
NOTICl; IS HEREBY GIVEN,
thnt Buoys Nos, 11, 12, 14 mul 15
arc out of their respective piwitions.
The channel has materially changed.
Nothing but light-draft ftteamerH
should enter the Sand Heads Channel at
present until the water has sttbsided,
when it will lie iebuoj*eil.
On entering tho clta.mcl pm& to the
Nortii or South of No, 1 —close to, South
suits preferable, posrt to the South of
buoyB—No. 2, close to—No. 8, three
cables— No. 4, ono and a quarter cables
—No. 3, close to ; then pass to the
North of No. (,, a quarter cable;
then pass to the South of Howitzer, one
and a-half cables—No. 7, two and a-half
cablea—No. 8, three cables—No. 0, one
and a-half cables- No. 10, three-quarters
of a cable—and Nos. 11, 12 and 13, a
half cable distant ; thbucfi follow tbe usual courses to the entrance of tlio river.
F. UKVKLY, Agent.
Marine it Fisheries Dept.,
Victoria, B.C.. 20th June, 1882.   jn24
BY-LAW.
A   BY-LAW   FOR   RAISING A
MUNICIPAL REVENUE.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE
Mayor and Council of the Corporation of the City of New Westminster as follows:
i. From and after the passing of
this By-Law the general Municipal
Revenue for the City shall be raised,
levied and collected tor the use of the
Corporation from such sources as are
hereinafter provided.
2. Every person using any_ of the
trades, occupations, professions or
businesses in Schedule "A" hereto
annexed and particularly described,
shall take out a periodical licence for
such period as in the said Schedule
"A" is set out, paying therefor such
periodical sum as is there specified,
which said sum shall respectively be
paid in ■ advance lo and for the use of
the Corporation of the City of New
Westminster and their successors.
*$. No person shall tise, practice,
carry on or exercise any trade, occupation, profession or business In the
said Schedule "A" described or
named without first having taken out
and had granted to him, her or them tl
licence in that behalf1. The licence lo
be granted as aforesaid may be in the
form in Schedule "B" to this By-Law
and the same are to be granted so as
to terminate on the 30th day of June
and the jist day of December in each
and every year.
4. In the construction of this By-
Law, In describing or referring to any
person or party, matter or thing, arty
word importing the masculine gender
or singular number shall be understood to include and shall be applicable to several persons and parties
as well as one party or person, and
females as well ns males, and bodies
corporate as well as individuals, several matters or things as weU as one
matter or. thing, unless 'it l5e .otherwise provided or there be something
in the subject or context repugnaxit to
such cbnstf'uction.
5. The fienalties and procedures for
enforcing clauses two (2.1 and three (3)
of thia By-Law shall be those contained in sections 113 and 115 of the
"Municipality Act, 108!."
This By-Law may be cited as the
"New Westminster Revenue By-Law,
188*?.."
■Reconsidered and finally passed the
19th day oT June, 18B2.
LOFTUS H. McINNES,
^—'-—-> Mayor.
SEAI"   If    tesOitttj CM.a
'SCH-EPU-LE   "A."
is Each person who vends spiritu-,
ous'liquors by retail at any house or
place within the City limits, pr vends
fermented liquors by retail at any
house or place within the City limits
(other than a restaurant in respect of
which he holds a licence for the sale
of beer or porter), for each such house
or place where such Vendihg'is carridd
on, one hundred dollars for every six
months.
2. Each person not having a retail
licence as above and vending spirituous or fermented liquors by whotesate,
that is to say in quantifies of not less
'tlian two gallons, at -any house or
place within the City limits other than
any house or place in respect of
which he holds a licence to sell such
liquors by retail, for each house, or
place where such vending "is taiVicd
on, $25 for every six months.
3. Each person "who keeps a Restaurant and supplies beer or porter
with meals at any Restaurant or place
of entertainment, and riot otherwise,
for 'each such Restaurant*or place-of
entertainment where such vending is
caii'ied on, other than any Restaurant
or place -of entertainment in respect
of which lie holds a liceijce to sefi
spirituous and fermented liquors by
retail, $25 for every six months-.
#. Each person keeping a Saloon or
bu'ildHng where a Billiard Table is
used for hire or profit, §5 for eadi
Table for every six months.
5. Each person keeping or letting
for Mrea Bowling Alley or Rifle Ga*r-
lerv> $5 for every six months.
6. Every person keeping a Dance
House, $200 for every six months.
7. Every person selling opium, except chemists or( druggists using the
same in prescriptions ol medical practitioners, §250 tor every six months.
8. Each personVarryiiigon the business of a wholesale or of a wholesale
and retail merchant or trader, $10 for
every six ifeont'hs.p
9. Every retail' trader within the
City limits, $5 for every six months.
The two last mentioned licences to
enable the person paying the same to
change his place of business at pleasure but not to carry on business at
two places at the same time under one
licence.
10. Every hawker or peddler nut
hawking or peddling fish, game, or
farm produce within the City limits*,
Sio for every six months.
11. Every person other than a farmer selling produce grown by him ir
this province, engaged in peddling or
hawking any fish, game, or farm produce, $5 for every six months.
12. Each person carrying on the
business of a pawnbroker, $25 far
every six months.
13. Each person owning a pack
train of more than six animals, freight
wagon, slage coach,-or omnibus, used
in transporting goods for profit or hire
a distance beyond ten miles from the
City of New Westminster, $5 for every
six'months.
14. Each person owning a pack
train of less than six animals, dray,
wagon or omnibus, used in transporting goods and passengers for profit or
hire within a distance of .ten miles
from any town, $2.50 for'every six
months.
15. Every livery stable keeper., Sio
for every six months.
16. Every cattle drover, §10 for
every six months.
17. Every person, firm or body corporate carrying 011 the business of
banker and Issuing bank notes at one
place of bus!nesst ¥25 for every six
months.
18. Every person, company or body
corporate carrying on, on hjs own
account, the business of a banker at
one place of business within the City
limits, not being a bank of issue, S25
for every six months, and for each
other place of business within the City
limits, S20 for cvtiry six months.
19. Each person practising as a
barrister or solicitor) 5i*J.§.*i for every
six months.
20. Each person other than a barrister or solicitor (Who has taken out
a licence to practice as such), following the occupation of a conveyancer
or land agent or both, $12.50 for every
six months.
21. Each auctioneer, not being a
government officer selling by auction
government property, or sheriff or
bailiff or sheriff's officer sfclling lands,
goods or chattels taken in execution
or for the satisfaction of rcilt or taxes,
in addition to any other licence before
mentioned, $12.50 for every six
months.
22. Every proprietor or manager of
any circus or public exhibition within
the City limits, $5 ibr every six
months.
23. Every proprietor or manager of
any theatre wiihm the City limits, for
a single entertainment, $5, and for a
week, $15, and for a month, $30; and
for minor exhibitions, $2.50 for a
single entertainment, and for a week,
$7.50, and for a month, Si 5.
24. Every person carrying on any
trading business pr calling other than
those mentioned in this^chedule, the
sum of $2.50 for every six months.
SCHEDULE   "B."
Municipality of New Westminister.
fokm of licence.
has paid the sum
of "106" Dollars In
respect of a Licence to
and is entitled to carry on
the Business of
al New Westminster from
td 188
$
Dated i<88
Collector.
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
I^TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
1\ tlmt ft Court of Revision will be
held at tho Municipal Council Chambers,
on Satciuuy the 15tIi Day of July,
1882, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose
of hearing complaints, if any, against the
Assessment Roll for the year 1882.
By Order,
JAMES ORR, C. M. C.
New Westminster, June 3, 1882.       jn7
$250 REWARD!
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE
.paid by tlm.ntidoi-signcd for such
information as will lead to tho conviction of the party or parties who, on Sunday tho 21st May \l\nt, started fires on
Suburban Lot 1, Block 12"(weat of Douglas street cemetery), and on tho ridge'in
tho roar of Sapperton, Whereby'a Tar-go
quantity of cordwood and other property
wus destroyed.
HENRY ELLIOTT,
JOSEPH WISE.
New \Vost., Juno (K '1882. jn7-lni
GREAT SALE!
GRAFTON   FARM!
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL OFFER
for sale by
PUBLIC      AUCTION
-oS-
Thursday, 6ft July Next,
Nearly liis WHOLE HERD of THO-
KOUUH-HRKD
SI!iT-lll)ll\' PUIIIHII CATTLE,
Comprising OVER TWENTY HEAD
of choice animals, including !) Hull** end
Bull Calves.
Catalogues with full pedigrees will
shortly be issued iit.i forwarded by mail
to puiuerous parties, nnd furnished to
pertfins attending diVdny of Sale.
A-fmniborof l*UUK*BRED
BERKSHIRE    PIGS
Will nlso be offered at same tiin-fr.
Sale to commence ut 12 o'clock, noon.
Ti-.ii.Mi-*—All r\uns under oiftj hundred
dollars, cash; over that airtoutit, one-half
cash at time of Sale, aud on balance four
months1 credit will be given on being
furnished with approved endorsed notfts
bearing interest at rate of ten -pUr cent.
per annum.
JAMES T. STEEL13.
Grafton Farm,
Spallumchoen, B.C, May 25, 1882.
RAE
COLUMBIA STREET,
Next Door Soutli of Colonial
il.
NEW  WESTMINStER. B.C.
HAS    ALWAYS    ON    HAND   A
VA1UEP STOCK OF
MERCHANDISE
Groceries.
Dry GOods,
Clothing,
Crockery,
Glassware,
&c, toe
JUST ItlSC'ElVED -A COMPLETE
STOCK OF
MILLINERY GOODS
Including Novcltira in Funcy Straw
Hats   nnd   Bonnets,   Flowers,
Feathers, Luces, Plain and
Shaded Wutered Ribbons,
Satins, Colored Velvets, Volvotcens,
nnd Plush.
NEW DESIGNS in TIES & RUFFLES
HATS AND   BONNET8
Made and trimmed, mid satisfaction
guaranteed.
BERLIN and ZEPHYR WOOLS.
(gT All (foods Hold at ronsonulilo
rates.   Call and inspect our stock.
TRAPP
BROTHERS,
succeSsoIis t6
R. W. DEANE I CD.
WE HAVE GREAT
pleasure in announcing the arrival of our first
lot of
New Goods!
From England and the East,
Which we hnVe jusl received
ns follows-:
Per Btetaiev "VICTORIA,"
78 tlASESi
P«r steamer "G.W. ELDER,'''
15 OASES;
Per sailing Vessel -'YtJCA^
«3 OASES;
Making a Grand 1 otnl of
NINETY-NINE CASES
OF NEW GOODS, consisting of
STAPLE ft FANCY
DRY GOODS,
MEN'S & BOYS'
CLOTHING,
Mehvs& Boys'. Hats,
(IN STRAW ft FELT)i
CARPETS,
floor cLotus,
HARDWARE,
&c,   &c.
THE PROPRIETOR, afc
te'r 21 years of mer-
'cantile life in this Oity, begs
leave to report to his numerous Patronfj that his Business
is prosperous and the outlook
for the future is bright. We
hope to do a big trade during
the present year. We have
noVv in :s'tock a complete assortment of
WM. RAE,
Columbia Rtih:et.
Thc!sc' Goods we are now
opening.
COME AND SEE THEM
As we intend selling nt Bed-
Rock Prices for Cash, as we
have still lafge'r Consignments
to arrive.
Our stock id now as Complete as any in town, and
our prices the lowest.
Further particulars next
week.
TRAPP BROS.
■aa
1861. 1882.
**tt:SiJSiS;
COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
,*-*_
With some heavy shipments
on the way from the Eastern
Markets. We are buying
fbi- 'Cash, getting large dis-
cotmts, which enables us td
sell at much lower rates thart
formerly. We are determined to keep the Columbia
House lo ilie front, making
it, as il lias been for years*
the leading mercantile House
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that w6
'can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any other
House in this City, anil we
Will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importeb-.
Niio West, Feb. S, 1S8S.       fel 1
HI
un
I
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. Ci
Thfe Only FirB-Proof Hotel
in the City,
THE CIW1Y DMlRTSEXf
IS tiNbER THt! CflABGK  OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
rrtrtE UNDERSIGNED BKOS LEAVli
L to mmoimcs to tliu 1-nlilic thst lie
1ms nnrulinscd the above Iflilel, when)
cvcrytliiiic will In- loiiuil first-class, anil
at rcasonumc intta;
The Cnrlnrs and sleeping Apartments are uiulw the snpcrintolidennl
of Miw. Howison.
Private dining Adonis for Ladies;
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Room, com,
moilious, cbmtortnbly furnlahbcl, nut
well supplied with hooks aiid papers, ii
provided for the use of guests.
"X**rtB  BAK
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Liqwuis, Cmi.uw, kc.
3. W. HOWISON,
' I'nnpiMEton.
ItTOTIOB.
Having Closed out the
"Popular Market," I desire to
thank my nuMcrohs patrons tor put
favors, and to.uotily all tlioso whose
accounts aro still unpaid that an early
settlement Is rendered absolutely necessary,
W. J. FRENCH.
New IVestmln'lor, Juno 2, 1882.       jn3
REWARD!
ON 25TH   1NBT.,  S CHINAMEN
wero drowned nt Lytton.   SIO will
be paid for tho recovery ot caoli body. '
SPUZZUM CHARLEY,
Or KWONG LEE k CO., Vilft*
. • ■        ■  myUI-Imr      .   . mm
Ifhe piiftft folumbwit.
WMnesdu Morninc, June 2D, l«m,
i    -'      1     *       ,f   I   I   l   I     i
X*
HEM
J-
 ■  v.a .,
In -till, city on 24tli June, Clare, Annie Pry,
f »seil 9 year. 7 tnoulli. and 10 day., only daughter
I ot* Pleate. and Mnrgnret fry.
Ono eniptjrA.frbc.fdqtlioltMrtl',
Onelnprfyoltclerleen,    .- -.
One anjt.l more In PerniliH.-,''
One oilier voice In Heaven.
Hor etuplo heart' .hull knew 'no WW,
a«-.*<nl*itohold tie sorrow;
Ood kccpetli her, the lnnocout,
To m.et ue on Ihe morrow.
3. A. B. Homer trill be a camll-
Idatc for the representation or Xew
Lwcslmluslcrf Islrlct in the Home
for Commons, at the approaching
■election.
John Kirkland will bca'cnndl-
■date at the approaching election,
[to reprcscit the District or New
rVcBtmlnstcr In the Provincial le-
hlilatnre.
Wm. Isaac, Maple Kldge, will be
_i Candidate (Or tn'e representation
nr Dew Westminster District le Ac
provincial Legislature, at Ihe ap-
broaching election; • - 	
W. H. Ladner Is an Independent
ICandldate for the representation or
the District or New Westminster In
■he Provincial Legislature, at the
approaching election..
' George Black, or Burrard Inlet,
Is a candidate rer the representation or New Wcsl'infiistcr District
In the Provincial leglslltWre, at
ne approaching election.
fo lhe Electors of New Westminster District)
OKXTLKMEX-I will be a candidate at the forthcoming election ils
1 representative ror' the District or
Jew Westminster In the local Parliament.
IIKNRY DAWSOSi
j Judge Grouse is sovero on Victoria
■tries.
t Tho weather aontindW iileAsarlt ami
■null fruits aro riijoniti"; beautifully.
Wo understand Mr. **roitori Bun-
lett is recovering from his rocent fio-
rore illness.
J Some very lino boot cattle, woro
bought down from Chilli-Shuck aiul
fumus this week.
i Elsewltorn will bo fouiid Adv'e'riU'c'-
|icnt inviting tenders fiir'tlieNaniiimo
lost-ollico buildings.
J It is protty certain that tho Vice-
legal visit tn British Columbia will not
Tike place tills year.
I To-morrow.tveok is tbe day fixed
lir tbo great clearing salo uf tlldruugli*
■red stock st Grafton Form.
' The steamer Enterprise, .Capt. Cnfc-
liner, arrived from Victoria nt 4:15
lesterday, with passengers nnd freight.
TA very likely looking horso, brought
■own from Kamloops by Mr. Hon-
pssy, is  in  triiiiiiitg  lui SStur'aVy's
fees.
[Under' the euergetic treatment of
lio contractor (Mr. Calbick) the new
llblic schnol building is rearing its
lately proportion*.
ISuiihWer seed Us been in unpro-
Identcd demand tin thii continent
lice tho advent of flsctlf Wild. The
■ror hot even reached here,
ItIio Colonist states that Mr. MoGirr,
■vine Only sont in his claim to be
■wed on tho voters' list on 25th of
>y, is disqualified to bo elected.
The steamer William Irving, Cnpt.
sley, returned from Emory on Mon-
y evening, bringing 30 bond of cat-
i, some produce ami ipiito a number,
pitssoqgon.
His stt»n>tr;B- P.. Ritllet; C!i.|it.
,-iitg, arrived from Victoria on Satiny, aaS! procoeding on ti) Emory,
tinted early on Monday ninrliiiig.
, left for Victoria before noun.
Hie outcome of the dominion elec-
n. so far is a majority ,ilf 61) for the
vornmoiit. UriMsJi, Columbia and
mitoln will prollahly r'niso that
jority to 77—qdltb largs snough,
renders are invited for tliijt long,
kod of and much ueodUd sido-walk
Agnes street through tlio public
ileus, and it is io be (toped,no hitch
,y occur to interfere with the work.
Hie Dominion Day celebration corti-
lleo have boen vsry successful in
ling funds. They will moot nt Hyack
dl at 8 o'clock tilts evening for tbo
al arrangement of matters' of iin-
rlsncs.
Sir Charles Tupper'a masterly speech
the subject of the Canadian Pad-
Railway, delivered in the House
Commons lost session, has  been
I on our table in the fonil of a neat
nphlot.
Dine of ths young ladies connected
;h the Collegiate and nigh School of
s eity aro entered .for the coming
fjfincial Toachora' Exatrlitiiultiii nt
itoria. We wish them thb best posts success.
Pile St. Johh street contract has
in let. An attempt wns made to
tonne- that pHrtion nf tht) work been the Royal Avenue and Agnes
lot—by far ths most necessary part;
happily tlio attempt failed.
'he Rev. Wellington j. Dowlei', B.
'has boon appointed by the Toronto
ifereiicoof the Methodist CHUrch
minister of tlio Maple Ridge and
igloy mission and is expected to
ir upon his "fork next month,
t a political mooting held at Wei-
ton on Wednesday, addresses wore
versd by Mount. Rnybould, Quori-
, and Bariisuih. The latter gen-
lan announpai) .himself indopsnd-
but ths otbBrd declared thomselvea
ipnosition In tliu present Govom-
t, an announcement which evoked
applause from tht-'sYge audience.
■■'■■ gjafigjj^am
Mr, Holmes is doing splen'did Work
with his small foroh bf rheh "bfi the
Port Moody road-. He hasnyw reached the long bridge, about l|r miles
from Port Moody, and Buggies nre
passing over tho road to that point.
It appears that Bteps are 'being taken
by the Provincial Government to can-
eel the dook contract. It is understood
that the local contractors will sue for
damages in BjlrrVje atntiufit, -It is said
the, dock will be completed by day
wilrltl
One ol 'our city, clergymen has recently held rTvo tin-vices a day, with
fifteen miles of travel over a rough
road, for four Sundays fit-succession.
Twenty sermons in four days! No
wonder he Is ih favor of '"Silhdny
Closing."
,, Tho steamer Western Slope, Capt.
Mooro, camo in from Victoria on Saturday evening, fthd, 'proceeding onto
Emory, returned on Monday, having
about a hundred head of cattle from
the river settlements. She sailed for
Victoria same filiy.
Wo understand thnt pressure will bo
brought to bear on the Government at
once to have a rvau6ii rond constructed
from the . most central portion of the
Langley settlement, on the trunk road,
to a good landing cm the Eraser, thus
avoiding all the low flooded lands.
Very gront inconvenience is felt every
year during high water in reaching a
steamboat landing.
Too Much Water and too iittle
Road.—A correspondent nt Spenco'e
Bridge writes to say that tlio water iB
about seven inches higher at -that
filaeo thou it was iu 1876, that it is
falling, and that the bridge is stiff and
staunch. The road is bad between
there and Vale aud almost impassable
to Nicola Valley.
 i—» :	
Kaar Coot Old Woman. —The
Standkrd raves like an old fishwife
because we put it right respecting
Mr. Mnra's remarks about DoCosViW
expense! tn England. Wo apffoaled
to Mr. Morn as to what lio did say,
and if the old woman of the Standard
will just elisor) cool for eight or ton
days wo shall publish the result.
Fish is Stone —In cleaving freestone for the new Post odico now in
course of construction in this oity the
workmen exhumed several shell-fisli
embedded in the solid stone. Those
fish presented tlVo a'pueiininco of being
plump and alivo up to the timo of
being exposed to' the atmosphere.
How these fish managed tu live during
tho ages they must have boon thero is
fl mystery.
The O'Neix Contboneiisv.—In anothor column will bo fouiid Mr. Ferris'
rejoinder to the Guardian's indiscreet
attack. Probably tho controversy had
hotter end right here. If a majority
of tho Hospital Board nvo content to
Cover up tho conduct of their officer
iu treating poor O'Noil "like a dog"
and turning him out to die on the
street, we icnve then! iii the hands of
tho public.
 :—* .
Squatters' Rights.—The Nanaimo
Flic Press says:—"Half-a-dozen srjllat-
turs on land withill tho railway roservo
tendered Mr. Bray yesterday tll'o
money for their land. It is needless
almost to say tho money was refused."
This is how,, squatters' rights" are
treated by a Gdveruniont whilst! organ
in this city strongly advocate? souat-
ting as the most advantageous method
of 'entering upon railway reserves!
British Cdtujlnu Missions.—We
notice front our exchanges that Rev.
Thomas Crosby, Indian missionary nt
Fort SiillpSor) and. Chuirntnn df the
Const District; haa liuell attending the
conferences of tho Methodist body in
tlie old Provinces, delivering stunning
addresses and roceivlng hearty welcome. We learn that Mr. Crcsbjr hns
been successful in raising funds' with
which to provide a steam yacht for
the better prosecution of mission
work along the const.
—. .«.	
f»E I'Miir*; — Mr, Robert Steven'-
son's superb horso "Oregon Prince''
has boon in town for several djys and
has betih very much admired. Prince
stands 17jhnuds high, weighsl,869lbs,
aiidisaltilgbtheramagnilicuntanimnl. A
very fust walker, a good trotter, and u
powerful draft horso, ho is as gentle
as a lamb and a po'rfect |lioture td look
at. Ho goes ddinf to tlid South Anil
settlement! Wu shall be very much
surprised if the Prince does not carry
off the first prico at ths Provincial exhibition this year.
Pbiisoxai,;— At the close of th* examination iu connection with the Col-
legillto nnd High Schnnl on Friday
lust the prineipal,-Mr. H. M. Strain,
berg, B. A., was mado the recipient of
a linudsomo writing stand with letter
weigher and massive gold pen, presented to hint by tho young ladies of
tho school. Tho lady principal. Miss
8. J. White, M. fi, L., wasSiitillarly
honored at a picnic git-en oli Saturday by the members of the 0. II. S.
Literary Association, of which Miss
White is president, when a number
uf tbo young gentlemen of her classes
presented her with a beautiful lot-kot
and chain. Thoso are pleasing evidences of the good fooling whieh exists
between the teachers und pupils in
connection with this popular seniinnry:
nonunion Dai'.
Thb races are to bo on Agues street
this year—an improvement on Columbia street in mure respects than one.
During the past fsw days men have
bsen puttllig the strest in order and
jockeys have been training tlieir animals over it. Sd far as ouo can judge,
there is a fair pro'sptot of a large gathering and a good eelobration. Thoro
is just one item ill the programme
Which will camo regret ill litany minds.
The day falls on a Saturday, and the
cclebfiltion is to be rounded off with
a "free hall" commencing at 8 o'clock
on Saturday night. Thia part o'f the
arrangement is opon to sorbin's objection, invulving, as it undoubtedly Will,
ffctbbilth desecration. It is eurtlo'Stly
to be wished the Committee could see
their way clear td af old such a result.
Maple KIiIkc Public School
Examination.
The oxamTnaUoii ot the above school
took place;'on^ridajyDuno Stf. Mr.
J. W. Sinclair, the teacher, wa's assist-
ed iu the examination tjy the Rov. T.
H. Gilbert and Messrs. McKenny and
Newton, -'at tho close of fthich the
unaniniciis opinion ft'fts.l&at'tiie"pupils
did l-eiiiarhalily well and that the
teacher deserved praise. A nice lot of
books as prcscntVwere then distriuutccV
to 'the children. During the day. tlie
children sangund recited a number of
nieces which well pleased all present.
The closing scene was a plentiful repast, after wliich all repaired to their
'ilinfles well satisfied with the days proceedings.    . ,
rollce^oiiH.
inWtt^.
On Mondny a '"number of Indian
drunks were dUpu»ed ol iu the usiii.l
way- . ■ ,
. AliSAUi-.T.
Juhn W. Andrzojowsiu, a butcher
by occupation, was brought up ,t»n a
charuo of aggravated tisiikult d& W. P.
Foster (better known ats "1)00% on
Friday last. The assault having been
clearly proved, the sentence was that,
considering some provocation hud been
given, defendant should pay a fine of
1960 and costs of suit, op in default be
imprisoned throe inontns. Tito fine
waa paid.
On Tue&ky three Indian drunks
were disposed of in the usual way, and
he who made them drink was fined
»    _4	
Flood and Its Work.
Froln Goo. ft, Ashwell, Esq., of
Ch'i.fiwlmck, 'we f&irn that the flooded
districts aro now for tho moBt part dry,
and tliat tht witter in the rivor is
steadily abating. It is hoped that the
yield uf liny And Winter whoat will be
about half tin average crop, but its regards apriiijr grain and runt crops the
work of destruction is said to ho cnit'i-
plote. But the damage is by no means
confined to crops. Live stuck l.*ia suffered severely, and fences, bridges and
even buildings have suUbred v«j*y
severely. Few bridgos have been left',
and the diffloftUy of getting about will
be very seriously felt. Thoro is one
class of relief which can and must be
extended to these imfurtuimtu settlers
—Hie replacing of btfdijOH and repairing of roads. The very least that can
be done under the circumstances is to
make a liberal iinpVopriutiun W that
purpose. There is 110 use in looking
to the municipalities to repair the
damages resulting from such a crushing vfiitation as that. Diruct relfef
ought to bo extended to thoso families
who may be said td have boon ruhto\1,
but the necupaities ef the settlements
in the way of i-onds aud bridges must
be liberally and promptly mot
 ■-*. ; :—
city (oiiiicil.
Tho Council mot on Monday evening*. Present--tho Mayor and Councillors Armstrong, Edmonds, Mathers,
Johnston, Shilus, Curtis, mid Cunningham.
CominuuioaUoiis wero read from
Webster it Cd. and Royal City Planing
Mill Co., asking for road-way to their
mills.—Referred to Board uf Works
for Report.
Councillor Armstrong introduced
8ttaciftcations for sidewalk 611 Agues
street, whicli I'-el-e adopted and tho
Clerk was instructed to invite tenders
for same.
Ou motion, $00 was placed at tile
disposal uf the Board of Works for repairs on Kdnnody street.
Ou iriotion, tha Board of Workft are
instrubted to Hiive railing placed on
eithar side of foot-path wherever considered necessary,
Tho following tenders wore received
and opened for grading tlmt part of
St. John street between (Joe-ins iind
Agnes street, viz.: F. Forrest, §{^0;
D. S. Smith, 81,000; W. Fisher, $975.
That of Forrest, being the lowest, was
accepted.    , '
The Real Estlttb Tax Bylaw was
read a first time.
Council adjourned till Monday next.
To Merchants and Business
Men!
. Agents will visit you in about two or
tliren weeks f Ith a full line of Rubber
Hand StitiHpB of superior quality and
local make, better than those now being
introduced from California. Save duty
and charges by reserving your orders
until you see samples; and then patronize HOMK INOUSTHVf,
R.  T.   WlLUAMH,
jn28 Broad & Gov't Sts., Victoria.
Public School Examination.
The examinations whl-JIi took place
in the Public School last Friduy were
certainly most entertaining as well as
instructive. The attendance of visitors'
was large, and interest iu tho proceedings wai fully maintained throughout
all tile f'xercises: The buys' room of
the senior division (of which Mr. C.
D.Raud,B.A.,ismfiSter)wasolaburateIy
decorated with leaves, evergreens and
Ho were, und prosontcd a vory gity aiid
picturesque appearance. These decorations wero entirely tlit work of the
boys themselves, and did infinite credit
to their taste aud judgment. Thoy
are doubtless to be attributed iu a
went measure to thu fact that for bouio
time past the boHooI lias been taking
practical lessons in botany, a study iu
which they have taken great interest.
In tho forenoon the following subjects wero taken ap! touting, spelling,
1st grammar, and History. Tho ox-
mnination of the spelling and grammar classes was particularly interesting. The boys displayed a great
amount of originality fo. tlieir questions
and replies, and thero waS a perpetual
ripple of good humor among the large
audience. One boy |.We'.("Ouiteau"
m a "common noun.' When asked
for hit reason he replied Very readily,
"Well, on the 30th of June he will be
ooMfiium' diYough!"   Another   parfced
"Garfield" as a noun in the objective,
being, the object of "Guiteau." In
tho afternoon the subjeota taken up
were analysis of Writing, 2nd grammar,
"arithmetic, aud geography. Mr. Rand's,
moth-id in these subjects, as indued in
all the subjects taught, appears to bu
most excelluut and thorough. The
pupils are taught to think for themselves^ and instead of workim; out
pniMems by rules taken'from a book
they are required to make their own
rules out of tho pfohhfm itaelf. In-
writing everything is.dono by rule, and
the result is a very high degree of uniformity and perfection. The exercises
in arithmetic embraced_ mental arithmetic in. which the boys showed themselves very expert. Mr. Rand's method of teaching geography is very happy, and the familiarity the boys showed with the nisijU was quite astonishing. One most gratifying feature of
the whole examination was the complete freedom of the pupils, and the
excellent order which prevailed. They
evinced the greatest interest in the
studies in which they were engaged,
and wero not afraid to answer in a
manner free from all restraint and entirely original. Many, of their observations wore ouitie .VTtty iind ingenious.
They seemed also to be well pouted iu
current events, and to havo a keen
relish for the practical application of
their knowledge!. A good^eal of tho
examination was conducted by Mr. H.
M. Stramberg, B, A., Principal of the
Collegiate -Institute, who expressed
himself well satisfied with the result.
At the close brief addresses were
made by Rov. E. Robson, and Messrs.
tftyaiiiborg- Hughes, Johnston, and B.
.'It-oson, Tho remarks wero all highly
complimentary to the teacher and his
method of instruction. Mr. Stramberg
stiUed that Mr. Rand's method uf
teaching geography was the boat ho
had evjer seen, and was that which tho
best educational writers recommended.
Mr. Johnston, its a trustee, said that
since Mr. Rand took charge 6"f the
school there had not been a.single
complaint made to the trustee board.
The school was dismissed with three
rousing cheers for the master, and
will stand adjourned till tlio tJtn U
August. It must be very gratifying
to the people of Now Westminster, as
well as the trustees, to know that our
Public Schools aro now in such a
prosperous condition'. When Mr.
Baud took charge of tho school a year
ago it was anything but prosperous,
and he certainly deserves the greatest
credit for the way in which lio has
worked up his depiittnierit to its pro-
sent state of efficiency.      ,;
In thu afternoon tlie junior department (of whieh Mist* Henjipg ii frach-
er)was also liitiuinnetl briefly in writing
aud singing, and the exercises were
very gratifying,     ..
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Collegiate ai\d High School.
As briefly intimated iu our last, tho
closing 'tixflniination in connection with
the above institution touk place on
Friday morning, 23rd inst. On account uf the limited timo available
it was possible to call upon 11 few sample classes only. Those iu Latin
(junior aud sonior), Gfcefc, Geometry!
Trigonometry, Ancient History, and
Composition were oxanlined by the
principal and those in French (junior
and senior), and English Literature by
the vice-principali The teachers woro
thorough iu their questions, and thu
answers of the pupils generally evinced
a clear comprehension and thorough
knowledge of the1 subjects' iit Hand:
Altogether tho examination showed a
high degree of efficiency in tho methods of insfcriictioi. employed and wo
are not surprised to learn tiiat the progress mado is highly satisfactory to
the patrons of the school. Among tlie
large, intelligent and interested company of ladles and gentlemen present
we noticed the members for New
Wcsfctliinstor; ii! tiie Dominion and
Local Parliaments. Brief addresses
wero delivered by Itov.'a JaulleaHil alld
Robson and also by Messrs.. W. J.
Armstrong, and J. S, Clute. The
Rev. Mr. Jamieson, as indued all thu
speakers, complimented the teachers
and scholars upon the thorough manlier in which their work had boon done
during the year and the evident honesty of tho pwotH examination, showing as it did wlnlt tho pupila;§W not, as
well as what they did, know. He expressed his pleasure at seeing such an
institution in the city. It was intended that Dr. Mclnnes1 large class iu
Sanitary Science would have been called up, but, owing to a misunderstanding 111 reference to the time, the Dr.
was not iin hand. Wo learn, liowover,
from thUsb who were present at recant
review recitations, that the members
of the class havo acquired a large fund
of most valuable information respecting tho prevention and treatment of
disease from the course of lectures
delivered to them, and that they wo'iild
havo done thoir instructor iind themselves credit had they bc^'it subjected
to examination. We are informed by
tho secretary that there have boon 47
pupils upon the' toll during the year, of
whom 4 took music only and 7 woro iu
the preparatory doj-nrdhent, which
linn been discontinued.' Tho receipts
for tuition will, when all paid iu,
amount to $1,073.51 and thoro has
been disbursed for board, supplies, &e.
abdilt $3,000, malting ('.11 expenditure of
nearly $5,000 for tho year, t If to this
we add the afttb'uiit whicli,' tvofo' it not
for the' facilities afforded by thia institution, would have bceif spent olso
whore, in some instances out of the
Co'tnitry, for tho higher education of
thoso who aro now provided for at
Hurtic, it will bo soon that the Collegiate and High ScHool has already
been a soured irf effiteidftrifblo revenue
to onr city. Wo nndef-rtftrid that the
services of ,\ graduate of Victoria University, Out.-,, have been securod for
the coming year as teacher in the department of Mental and Physical Science and that it is the intention of the
manR(jors to do everything iii their
powd'r to make the institution a permanent success ns the loading seminary
of learning in the provinco. It affords
us pleasure to commend it heartily to
tho patronage of those who desire a
thorough education for thoir nous or
daughters.'
€ammitnicatiott$.
James O'Neil A^alii.
Kmroit CoLfMm.iN :-- Very jnucll
against iny inclination, I. am induced
again to Wert to this puiTtfuI subject.
I had intended charitably to draw a veil
over Dr. Mclnnes' misdoings, and would
not again alive alluded to tlie matter but
for H paragraph whicli appeared in tlio
"Mainland Guardian" of Wednesday last,
wherein I am ad'eused of acting maliciously towards Dr. Mclnnes. Although the-
doctor lias not tlio courage to write over
his own name, I aiii bound to accept the
abuvcincntioned organ as his mouth-piece,
consequently I must hold him responsible
for tho language used therein. I am thore
charged with bearing Dv. . Mclnnes a
jjru'dgc in censer-uence of being defeated
by hint at the last election for mayor, I
can assure the doctor and tb/i editor of
the "Mainland Guardian" tlfttjl hold no
malice or grudge against any wail living
or dead, and that X can endure, a municipal tUfeat without bearing malice or
grudge, towards mj* opponent; and furthermore, 1 eau assure these gfjiitlemeii
that my indignation was in no way "simulated." It was real, though however
indignant I may have felt, if this had
been the firat time I hiid heard of such
atrocities having hcl'ii perpetrated by the
same individual, it is probable I might
have allowed the matter to pass over in
silence ; but as it is not the first time by
many, I feel it a duty I owe to the colli'
inanity to do what I can to prevent a recurrence of the evil. It will be remembered by jsome of your readers that in ffiy
last letter I iutimatud that it was the fact
of poor O'Noil's having money that hi all
probability was tho primary tSiuBe 61 the
trouble, and I have no hesitation now in
saying that such was the caso, for the fact
of the man's being in .possession of between 8100 and SiIOO having been made
known to the doctor, his avaricious disposition became excited, and he at once
suggested that the man should go to lodgings where he would attend him professionally us a private patient. This, I
contend, h<* had no right to do. If ■ the
doctor had desired to do what was right,
he should at once have sent the man to
thehospitrl, and let the Steward and
Hospital Board deal with financial matters. But no ; he thought he had another Phillip Johnson sfi'air, and determined
that it should not elude his grasp if he
could possibly field if. I am not writing
this with any desire that it may injure
Dr. Mclnnes, or from any motive of malice or grudge against him, but merely to
show that his treatment of O'Neil was in
keeping with his general character, bov-
ei-.il cases of a similar nature having coiii***
to my ftuowlcdge, besides some very ugly
rumors, from Naimnuoi But J cannot
trust myself to write more at present. I
feel my indignation fast approaching to
River heat, therefore I shall stop or 1 may
say some thing for which I would be sorry.—Yours &c.
W. D. FERRIS.
New West, June 2o': 1S82.
Report of Hie Grand Jury.
To His Hokoii Mk. Justice Gray.
Mny it please your Lordship—
The Grand Jury for the city of Now
Westminster, impanhelied for the
Assizes held on the 21st day of Juno,
ltff-8, respectfully present as follnivi!—
Thoy join cordially with your Lordship in felicitating the community on
thu absence uf serious crime as' shown
dy the present calendar, and iu justice
to tho district of New Westminster
they would point out that much of tho
comparison instituted by your Lordship on the heavy nature of previous
calendars as compared with the present
one is erroneous, owing to tho fact
that thu crimes which caused such
heavy calendars wero committed in
other p'arts of the cViuutrj' niid only
relegated to this district for trial. Thoy
believe tliat Now Westminster District
wilt compare favorably with any district of its size and population, either
iu this country or nny other, for its
immunity from crime.
They greatly deplore tho serious
cdiuuity which has fallen ou tho district through the floods, nnd will feel
obliged tu your Lordship if you will
call tho attention of "the Dominion
Government td tho great losses that
have been sustained by settlers and
which may again occur -nny year if
remedial measures be not immediately
undertaken,
They have no doubt that the measures suggested might lesson the
danger, but think the Dominion Government should cause a full examination into tho matter to bo made by
some competent Engineer whoso apeci-
ajty such matters are aud who" iriay
be aide to suggest n remedy.
They quite endorse tho remarks of
your Lordship ou the rapid advance
which has been made iu industrial
enterprises in the District within the
last few years, especially in tho fishing
and lumber interests; but with respect
to thoso they cannot help expressing
thoir disappoint in ei it that tho Ih minion Government havo not arranged
with thu United States Government
to permit tlio import of these articles
into the State*, free of duty as tho people believe they havo every right tu
expect and did expect whon the Provinco wont in Confederation.
Tho Grand Jury desird-to congratulate the District 011 the commencement
of railway work within its limits. Tho
expensive wharves and buildings- now
under construction at Port Moody and
the largo amount of work that will
havo to bo done between Port Moody
and Kiuory within tlie next three years
give an assurance of largely iucit-ascd
prosperity during that t mm, and they
sincerely trust thenceforth.
They will also be glad to be able
soon to report the commencement of
the.branch lino of railway between
New Westminstor and Port Moody.
They regret to havo to complain
that neither tho Dominion norl'r6-
viiicial Government have during the
hist few years taken any stops to assist emigration to our shores and that
tho groat majority of work now being
done in the Province is performed by
Chinamen, a class whose employment
adds neither to tlio permanent settlement nor material prosperity of tho
country.
Thoy aro sorry that your Lordship
does not see the necessity of a resident
Judge, aud dosiro to place on record
most respectfully their dissent from
tho opinions Expressed by yo'ur Lordship on the matter.
They must disclaim the idoN (hat it
is on account of tho expenditure of
official salaries thnt 11 resident Judge
is dosired, or that thoy hold tho opinion' that a'ny JudgeV de citric n't! would
be influenced by his association or
friendship with individual members of
the community, and further they consider it manifestly unfair that business
men and others heroshould have to
incur expensel inconvenience and Iosb
of time from havingl'ri.fldnd*.theip<eases
down to bo dealt witli ".in Victoria, a
distance of 80 miles away, niirt-Jinve
also frequently at great loK8tg.Je;J.ye
their business to go down and attend
to thorn. r   .       fc,:i
The Grand Jury visited tho '.Tail,
Hospital, nnd Luiuuic Asylufci.
The Jail was found as clean and in
as good order as possible for so old and
rotten a building.
Thoy have so often ineffectively reported ou tho condition of this building that they now confine themselves
to again stating that it is a disgrace to
tho Government and country.
Tliu Hospital was also found in exceedingly good order internally. Tho
patieiija oxpressed themeolvea perfectly
satisfied with thoir treatment and the
attention paid to them. Thero appears
ample spaco to accommodate more
patients if tho funds of thb Hoipital
admitted of it. Tho Grand ,Jilry however consider that the building itself
and its site are now unsuitable. The
building is now -20.years old and for
tho past 0 or 10 years has never been
whitewashed or painted outside and
medical experience teaches tliat an
hospital building after a certain time
becomes impregnated with germs of
disease and.theroTorb dangerous to the
health of .the patients and tiie public.
The situ is also ill-ohoscu. Patients
can too easily slip "down to town and
back without being missed.
The building is situated in a swamp
and tho witter oozes out of the bank
at tho back and lodges under the build-
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Tho drainage alio is defective.   All
tho liquid matter from the baths, wash-
houses, kitchen, and., closets drain
through the ravino down through the
town.
Tho Grand Jury would recommend
that tho present property bo sold and
a new building erected on the 10'acre
lot back ou the hill belonging to the
hospital.
The Lunatic Asylum was also found
in good, clean condition and the building iu good order. Tho Grand Jury
would liowevor recommend tlmt the
windows be cut down lower at least in
the sitting l'oonia, so as to enable the
patients to see out. That sheds be
erected ih the grounds to enable exercise to be taken in wet weather and to
shade the patients from the sun in
hot weather, and they think*that somo
improvement might lie made in the
bedding supplied the patients.
The building is occupied to ita fullest extent and any further patients
must remain in tho jails until some
unfortunate inmate dies or is dispharg-
ed as cured, aud so make a vacancy.
The Grand Jury must express their
surpriso at the limited amount of space
accorded to tho matron, and hope it
will be extended. They dosiro also to
call attention of the Government to
the necessity of making immediate
provision for nn increased number of
patients.
The Grand Jury finding they had 110
authority vested in thorn to visit the
Penitentidty, refrained from doing so.
Their attention has however been called to the charges made in open Court
before your Lordship reflecting on tho
management and discipline of tlm
Penitentiary. Owing to the failure of
the Dominion Government for 18
months to appoint a District Inspector
or a comuMttce of inspection, it is oasy
for such reports to obtain general circulation without any (itHuial contradiction, and thus impair the confidence
which the public desire to nave in the
conduct of public officers holding such
important positions.
in justfeo to these gentlemen we
respectfully request that your Lordship will recommend tlio Dominion
Government to havo an ouOuiry made
into the matter.
Tho Grand Jury have to express
their pleasure at tho recent improve*
ments made for the accommodation uf
tho Judges and Jury, and would be
glad to seo sutiio further steps taken in
the same direction.
They dosiro to express thoir gratification at the erection of the now Post
Otlice building and trust rhe remainder
of the frontage wilt also bu, us'ed for
tho erection of other public buildings
so urgently needed.
They regret that no steps havo been
taken to establish the ferry across the
river so often recommended by them.
Thanking, you for tho courtesy and
attention already extended to them
tho Grand Jury present tho abovo to
your Lordship trusting that their re-
comiuendatioifs will meet with the
same attention from others as thoy
feel sure they will from Your Lordship.
(Signed)   H. V. Edmonds, Fofouwii,
For self ,-iud Fcllowsi
New West., Juno 23,1882.
Helm ('oiiiicil.
Council met nt th-» usual time and
place ou Saturday, Juno 17^ Present—
Reeve (W. H. Ladner), and Councillors
Arthur, Tnsker, anil McKeo.
Tho petition of Btirncs, Oliver, and
others wns laid over till next meeting,
On motion, it was resolved that the
numbers of debentures to he redeemed
ho drawn by ballot. Numbers drawn
were Nos. r>, 13, and 18, for $100 each,
payable July 1st, 1882.
A number of accounts were passed and
ordcted paid.
Council adjpurncd till Saturday, 22nd
July, at 3 o'clock.
Hay for Sale
mini dSdersigned has
■3.6     TOIfcTS.
OF GOOD
TIMOTHY HAY
For Sale, nt $20 n Ion, dcdvercil ori flic
whurf, jii-oporly baled,
WM. RAE.
Kcw WcfitriitaG'dr,   ,
fuli<>23, J882. fo24
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Iu the Goods of GEORGE GARRY-
l'JE, Deceased. ..
A LI, PARTIES WHO HAVU
claims against. tlio Baid George
Garrypie ova licreliy roquircd'to file their
claims properly verified in the offico ol
the District IWistrur of the Supremo
Court at Nira- Westminster, on orbofbre
12.o'clock noon on Saturday tlie 1st day
flf'Jul); 1882; and all persons indebted
to tfeisnld, George (inr.ypie, deceased)
»ro rerjip'iW .Mi pay same into tlie said
Registrar o»,or before l2o'cloek noon ou
Batiinliy, 1st July, 1SS2.
19th Mily; I8S2.
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DOMINION DAY
CELEBRATION
NEW WESTMINSTER!
Saturday, July 1st, 1882*
Kiwption Comnilttoe:
MAYOR AND COUNCIL iAND GENERAL COMMITTEE
J. \V. Howison, I), S, CniiTis...
Treasurer! Hon! Sec'.
TltE EXCELSIOR BRASS BANli
Will be in attendance during tlie
day.
_ Mosioaxd Ball Committee:
Ca-pt. .1'colc,   H.   V. Edmonds,   Win,
Mprosbyj J.'C, Hughes! W; H.Koary.
HOltSK RAClSfG,
On Agnes Street.   To commence at 12
o'clock shtirj).
Committee:—W. ,T. Armstrong, G. C.
Webster, H. Elliott, W, B. Townscnd.
1st Rftce —(V-milo clients;  i iti 3.   1st;
priio, HOiODj 2nd prize, §10.00.
ind Ruwv-flOO yards, heats; 2 in 3.   lat
prize, £1£0O, 2nd prize, $5.00.
Winners iu lat nice to bo excluded
from 2nd nice.
In 1st race riders must wear distinct
colors.
In all rlees 3 Horses must mn or no
raco. , -'.,„,«
Entrance money, ten per cent, of 1st
prize iu encli race.
Entrance for 1st aud 2nd race to bo
made, entmuce money paid, and riders'
colors declared, with J. W. Howison.
Esq., Occident Hotel; boforeOa. m. on
day of race. •
The decision of committee to be final.
BOAT RACIIYO,
To commence lit 2 o'clock.
CosiMinr.Ei-t-Capt. Irving; J., WfeoJ
W. Johnston; Mi Sr. English, D. Chis-
holm. A; Eweif)
1st Race—4-oarod gigs* prize, $40.00.
2nd Race—2 pair sculls {fishing boats);
prize, 810.00.
3rd Race—1 pair sculls; prize, $o.00.
Entmuce—lat race, $2.60) 2nd race,
"lO.eents; 3rd race, 50 cents.
It' three boats compete the second is
to have entrance money of nice*
Cannu Knee—11   Indiana in each canoe,'
prize, $22.00.
(JAMES AM) SPCKTS.
To commence at 4. o oloolt p. m.
CommIttce.:—J. A. Webster, D. Mills,
Hon. T. It. Mclnnes, .1, Orr, J. A. R.
Homer, \V, 1J. Ferris. *.
Foot Race {.TOO yards); prize, 85.00.
Married Men's Race, 200 yards (handicapped); prize, keg of beer.
Foot Race, 100 yards; pr"ze* $2,50.
Wheelbarrow Race,   100 yards; prize:
$2,50.
Roys' Race, IdO yards (under 15 years of
age); prize, $2.00.
3-logged Race,  100 yards; prize §2.50.'
Running l-ongJiiiiip; prize, §2,50.
Running Hifj'li Jump; prize, 82.50.'
Standing Long" Jump; prize, $2,50.
Standing High Jump; priW, $2.50.
Running rfljih Jum'ti wiili pole; prize,'
62.50.
Cutting the Stone; prize, •"■J.50,
Tossing the Caber; prize, $2.t")0.
Quoif Match, KSyardn; prize, $5,00.
"      "      10    "        "   keg of beer
Entrance fee—2*'> oolite.
Deowion's or Vviitiors CoM.yrrrEE.s to
i>E FINAL.
A FREE BAM,
To i'e'given in   the   DRILL SHED.'
Dancing to commence at 8 p. m.
God Savi nix Qriia. IFrom First Page.)
observed Rhoda to Delphino.
"I suppose not, and yet, I think it
is rather a farce, our staying in to receive them. I cannot think it will
give them any joy."
"You aro such u tiresome, analytical
person, Delphino! Always questioning
my statements "
"Sometimes you make such queer
ones."
"I winli something would happen.
I wish a change would come," observed llhoda, yawning. "Nothing ever
does happen hero."
"Well;, I should have said that a
good deal had happened lately. Enough
to make us vory uncomfortable at any
rate."
"Oh, you mean about Uncle Aglionby and his grandson. Do you know,
Del, 1 have a burning, a consuming
curiosity to see that young man. I
think it must have been most delightfully romantic for Judith to be staying at Sear Foot all this time. I don't
supposo sho has made much of her
opportunities. I expect she has been
fearfully solemn, aud has almost
crushed, if ho is crushablo, that is,
with the majesty of her demeanor.
Now, i" should have been amiability
itself. I think the course I stiould
havo taken would have boon to make
him full in love with mo "
"You little stupid! When he is engaged to be married already!"
"So he is! How disgusting it is to
find all one's schemes upset in that
way. Well, I don't care whether ho
is engaged or not. I want to seo him
awfully, and I think it was intensely
stupid of mamma to quarrel with him."
"No doubt you would have acted
much more circumspectly, being a person of years, experience, and great
natural sagacity."
"I have tho sagacity at any rato, if
not the experience. And after all that
is tho great thing, because if you have
experience without sagacity, you might
just as well be without it."
"I know you aro> marvellously
clever," said Delphine, "but you are
an awful chatterbox. Do be quiet and
lot mc think."
"What can you possibly have to
think about here?"
"All kinds of things, about which I
want to come to some sort of nn understanding with myself. So hold
your peace, I pray you."
They had finished their early dinner,
and had retired to that pleasant sunny
parlor whero Judith had found them
little more than a week ago, on her
return from Irkford. Delphine, being
a young woman of high principle, hud
pulled out some work, but llhoda was
doing absolutely nothing, save swaying backward and forward in a rocking-chair, while she glanced round
with quick, restless gray eyes at every
object in tho room, oftcnest at her
sister. Not for long did sho leave tho
latter in the silence she had begged
for.
"Won't you como upstairs to the
den, Dolphine I It in quite dry and
warm this afternoon, and I want you
so to finish that thing you were doing."
"Not now, but presently, perhaps.
I feel lazy just now."
Pause, while Rhoda still looked
about her, and at last said abruptly;
''Delphine, should you say we were a
good-looking family T
Delphino looked up.
"Good-looking I It depends on
what people call good-looking."
"One man's meat is another man's
poison, I suppose you mean. I have
been considering the subject seriously
of lato, and on comparing us with our
neighbors, I have como to tho conclusion that, taken all in all, wu nre good-
looking."
"Our good looks are all tho good
things wo havo to boast of, then," said
Delphino unenthusiastically, as sho
turned her lovely head to ono side,
and contemplated her work—her sister
keenly scrutinizing her in the meantime.
"Well, good looks are no mean fortune. What was it I was reading the
other day about—'As much as beauty
better is than gold,' or words to that
effect."
"Pooh!" said Delphine, with a little
derisive laugh.
"Well, but it is true."
"In a kind of way, perhaps—not
practically." •
"In a kind of way—well, in such a
way as this. Suppose—wo may suppose
anything, you know, and for my part,
whilo I am about it, I liko to suppose
something splendid at once—suppose
that you were, for one occasion only,
dressed up in a most beautiful ball-
dress; cm de Nil and wild rosea, or
tho palest blue and white lace, or pale
gray and pale pink, you know—ah, I
seo you aro beginning to smile nt the
vory idea. I bciievo white would suit
you best, aftor all—a billow of white,
with littlo humming birds all over it,
or something like that. Well, imacule
yourself in this dress, with everything
complete, you know, Del''—she loaned
impressively forward—"fan and shoes,
nnd gloves and wreath, and a beautiful
pocket-handkerchief liko a bit of
scented mist—and jewelry that no ono
could find any fault with; nnd then
supposo Phillipa Danesdalo popped
down in tho same room, as splendid as
you please—black velvet aud diamonds,
or satin, or silk, and ropes of pearls,
or anything grand, witli her stupid
little prim face and red hair "
"Ob, for shame, llhoda! You arc
quite spiteful."
"I, spiteful I11 cried Rhoda, with a
prolonged note of indignant surprise
"That is rich! Who has drawn Miss
Danesdalo, I wonder, in all manner of
attitudes;—'Miss Danesdale engaged
in Prayer,' holding her Prayer book
with  tho   tips of  her  lavender kid
finger, and looking as if she wero paying her Maker such a compliment in
coming and kneeling down to Him,
with an ivory-backed Prayer-book and
a gold-topped scent-bottle to sustain
her   through   the  operation?   'Miss
Danesdalo on hearing of the Mesalliance of a Friend1—now, who drew
that,  Delphine? and many others as
bad? My sagacity, which you  were
jeering at just now, suggests a reason
for your altered tone. But I will spare
you, and proceed with my narrative.
Suppose what I have described to bo
nn accomplished fact, and then supposo
A perfcot stranger—we'll imagine Mr.
Danesdale to bo one, because I liko to
mako iny ideaH vory plain to people,
nnd there's nothing like boing porsonal
for effecting that result—suppose him
there, not   knowing anything about
either of yon, whether you woro rich
or poor, or high of low—now, which of
the two do you think ho would be
likely to dance with oftenest J"
"How should I know?"
"Delphino, you used to ho truthful
once—candid and honest. Tho falling
tiff is deplorable. 'Evil communications'—I won't finish it. You are
shirking my question. Of course he
would dance with you, and you know
ho would. There's no doubt of it, because you would look a vision of
beauty "
"Stuff and nonsense!"
"Aud Miss Danesdalo would look
just what she ia, a stiff, prudish,-plain
creature. Aud so beauty is bettor than
gold."
"Yes, under certain conditions, if
one could arbitrarily fix them. But we
have to look at conditions as thoy nre,
not as wo could fix them if we tried.
Suppose, we'll say, that ho had been
dancing with me al! the evening "
"Which he would liko to do very
much, I haven't a doubt."
"And suddenly, someone took him
aside, and said, 'Friend, look higher.
She with whom thou dancest has uot a
penny, whiltiisho who stands in yonder
corner neglected, lo! she hath a fortune of fifty thousand pounds, which
neither moth nor rust can corrupt.1
After that, I might dance as long as I
liked, but it would bo alono.1'
"I call that a vory poor illustration,
and I dun t know that it would bo tho
case at all. All I know is, that it
pleases you to protend to be cynical,
though you don't feel so in tho very
least. I. do so like to dream sometimes, and to think what I would do if
wo woro rich! Delphine, dorit you
wish we wero rich ("
"Not particularly; I would rathor
bo busy. I wish I was a'great painter,
that's what I should like to be, with
every hour of the day filled up with
work and engagements. Oh, I am so
tired of doing nothing. I feel sometimes as if I could kill myself.V
Beforo Rhoda had timo to reply,
Louisa, tho maid, opened the door,
remarking:
"Ploase, miss, there's Mr. Danesdalo."
The girls started a littlo consciously
as he came in, saying, as Louisa closed
the door after ttim;
"Send mo away if 1 intrude. Your
servant said you wero in, and when I
asked if you wore engaged, she roplied,
'No sir, they are a-doing of nothing.'
Encouraged by this report, I entered."
"We aro glad to soo you," said
Delphine, motioning him to take a
scat and still with a slight Hush on her
faco.
I called 'for two reasons," said
Randulf, who, once admitted, appeared
to feel his end gained: "to ask if you
arrived at homo iu safety after that
confabulation with Miss Conisbrough,
and to ask if you have any news from
Mrs. Conisbrough.    How is she?"
"Much better, thank you. So much
belter indeed, that wo expect her and
Judith home this afternoon "
"Yes," interposed Rhoda, "so far
from doing nothing as Louisa reported,
wo were waiting for mamma's return."
"All|*I can tell PhUippa then. She
has been talking of calling to see Mrs.
Conisbrough."
It was Rhoda's turn to cast down
her eyes a little, overcome by the
reflections called up by this announcement. There was a pause; then Rhoda
said:
"How thankful Judith aud mother
will be to come away from Scar Foot,
and how very glad Mr. Aglionby will
bo to get rid of them!"
"Had you just arrivod at that conclusion when I camel"
"Oh no! Wo were at what thoy call,
'a loose ond,' if you ever heard the
expression. We were exercising our
imaginations."
RJiodn pursued tins topic with imperturbable calm, undismayed by the
somewhat alarmed glances given her
by Delphine, who feared that her
sister might, as she often did, indiscreetly reveal tho very subject of a conversation.
"Wore you?   How?"
"We were imagining ourselves rich"
said Rhoda with emphasis.
"You can never do that, you know,
because you are rich already. We
have tho advantage of you there, and
I flatter myself that that is a now way
of looking at it."
"I bog your' pardon,, Rhoda—I was
not   imagining   myself rich,   I was
imagining   myself "   she stopped
suddenly.
"Imagining yourself what?" ho
asked, with deep interest,
"Oh, nothing—nonsense!" said Delphino hastily, disinclined to enter
into particulars. Ho turned to Rhoda.
Delphino looked at her with a look
which Biiid, "Speak if you dare!"
Rhoda toBsed her head and said.
"There's no crime in what you
wero wishing, child. She was imagining herself a great painter. That's
Delphiue's ambition. Like Miss
Thompson, you know—*-"
"Oh no! interposed Delphine
hastily— "not battle-pieces.'''
"What then!"
"Landscape, I think, and animals,"
said Delphine, still in some embarrassment.
"Del draws beautiful animals," said
Rhoda turning to him, and speaking
vory seriously and earnestly, Randulf
was charmed to perceive that the
youngest Miss Conisbrough had quite
taken him into her confidence, and he
trusted that a little judiciously employed tact would bring Delphino to
the same point.
"Oh,      not    beautiful,    Rhoda!"
Only "   she turned   to Randulf,
losing some of tho shyness which with
her was a graceful hesitation and not,
tho ugly awkward thing it generally
is. "Not beautiful at all, Mr. Danes-
dale, but it is simply that I cannot
help, when I see animals and beautiful landscapes—I absolutely can't help
trying to cupy them."
"That shows you have a talent for
it," said Mr, Danesdale promptly.
"You should have lessons."
Ho could have bitten his tongue off
with vexation the next moment, ob it
Hushed into his mind that most likely
sho could not  afford to have lessons,
"That would be most delightful."
said Delphino composedly, "but we
can't afford to have lessons, you know,
so I try not to think about it."
(To licOnllnnul.)
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(0|,p. CoUmliil ii.tol)
N K W   W B S T JI 1 ,N S T K I!
JtsrScveial good Farms for Sulc ami to
Louse. nolo
TURNER,BEETON&GO.
MERCHANTS,
WIIAKF STREET, • V10TOMA.
North lirillsli inn] Mercantile
Insurance Co. I'm- Mainland,
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
!1G Fiusbury Circus,
Lonilon, E. C.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCER,
House, Land, Court and
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS,
Agent ror thoTRAVEMiURS' IXSUK-
AXOK I'll., of lIiu'tfoKl, Conn.
New Wcetnlnster, II. C.
C, I, IcMUGHTM,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWRLRY,
AND SILVER PLATED WARE
For Sale.
Ill kinds nl <;oi.i> ami siivKK jew.
ftf.UV   iniiile li, nrtler.
ETRUSCAN COLCBIKC, COLD & SILVER PLATINS.
KnuiiKeiitftil   and   Weilitlng   Itlug,  u
SniTlnllj.
i-il' Watches   nnd   Jewelry  carefully
repaired. Oh! Hold nnd Silver bought,
jny'tu
Every Mini lo liis Own Business
.A..   PESLIj,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST & DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(01T. 00M1NIAI, IIOTKI.),
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   11. C.
Ni)*Mans' Prescriptions nnd Kara.
II)' ltCCinCS 11 Snill'lalt).
N.   11. — Only (ienuiiic IVugs used.
Over twenty years' experience.    mr23
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
BENTS,   1IK1ITS,  *(!.,  COnliEClED,
Loans Negotiated, and ii General
Agency Business transacted.
AOESTS   FOH TIIK
l'licnlx Fire Insurance Company of
Brooklyn, ami the
Equitable  life Assurance  Society
of tlie lulled States.
< mount strut,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
P. 0. Box 40.
SUBSCRIBE
FOR THE British Columbian, tho
Newspaper on tho Mainland of British Columbia.   Only $!! a year,
BROTHERS,
ts
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS IN-
GROCERIES
.ict:
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STRF.ET.
mi A, B.C.
Having established Business in thenhove
Linus and liy
RECENT IMPORTATIONS
European k Eastern Markets
We aro prepared to (ill orders to the
Tradu in the following Goods:
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,
BACON,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
Candles Rice, Syrup, Cliccse,
Hi-led i'TiiltS, Ciiii ned "ioods,
Vlncsnr, Baking: Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Peari Barley,
BEANS,
BiUQMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And nil other Goods in the Grocery and
Provision Line.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is raited to tlio nmlenioted Good**:, on
which tlniinofctLlBBUAL INDUCK-
M13NTS will he offered to tho
Trade, aa we aro
SOLE
Agents for BritisliColumljia
ROODASGOLn RAK1X6 PCIWDLR
The Best and Cheapest.
BEACON   LIGHT   COAL OIL,
Water White and Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being   the  Laraest Sizo and Best
Tobacco.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
MSrWUr^ffatff^u^yA^r.-':i.-:nj
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
■WJL,C3r&n&
—FOK™
WHITE  LABOR
—ON   THE—
Canadian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers §125 00 per month.
Rock Foremen... .S3 00 to $4 00 $ day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,
1st class  2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00 "
Masons 2 50 to   3 50    "
Blacksmiths,    1st
ilass ...,s 3 00 "
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  2 50 "
Blacksmith  Helpers  1 50 to   2 00     "
Drillers    1 75 to 2 00     "
Laborers   1 50 to I 75     "
Hewers, Istclnss   3 50 "
Choppers, Istclnss 2 50 "
Scorers, Istclnss    2 50 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Bonrd and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will ho convenient
along the Line.   Board--§4 per week.
It will not he compulsory for Employ'
ccs to board in the Company'*- Houses.
Wngcs will be paid monthly, on tho
10th of each month.
A.  ONDERDONK,
GENJJHAti  MAJfAQKh.
Office of tile C<)ntiia<:toiis,
Canadian Pacific Hailway,
Ynle.Mnrch 1, 1881.
TyT m
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DH. SPINNEY, wdl) known ifsth«'ftmn-
dtiriif tiinM.mtiw!, u*. I-:.) *i!<<<:<i:i<! iiMii-
Miln, ami luti- rrn.jirit-t.il- ol Hi,* .Sl'IKXI-.YYM.I.K
IXFIUMAIIY,  would   mast ri-»*|i.'--tfiilly  IiiI-tiii
lii.<  i-iilii-in-i siii.l  II tliii-lnl L'i-iK-i'iillv', I hut   h
Mill (•otitiliUFB ta In-lit (-limnic nml iii-i vans (lit
um-ei- with iiii|nuiilk>li-il shcci'mj.
LADIES  AND  GEWTtBMEN.
Remnmlior Hint prnnraitintltloii is thu thief of
timo to
COMEAND BE HEMES).
It nm Hers not iv,in t your Iroiiblon hiiiylio, ct>nid
mul I t-l tin- iwt.n- oxnm.no your caso' II will
cost *,'Oti tii-tliliiK for I'lHiiiiHi'itidii, mi pii'iisti ciiii
mul Hilirify yum-iU'lvi'S wlmtiiiT th" Durtor under.
Btinula your eilhO. If h» cun ciu-e you lie will Ml
you Sli* il' not, ho will tell yoll Iiml, fur lie will
not iimtertiiiin n disc unless ho is eunlldiml of ef-
f.ii'iiiiirnciti'*.
I'nrtloa nt u distnttcii wlriiiinp trontm-mt, hv
Hemllrij,' f*2-j iiini u minute de.ii-ri|itl<ni i»f their
tronhlen will i-m-nlvo in re turn a full course nf
treitlineiit ueouri'ly jmckoil nn an nut to exeilii cu
rioslly,
lilt. Sl'INXMYwill ptmrnntre la fin-felt Flv,
Hundred liollnr*- for oriu-y cimo (if uny Istnd oi
cliiirncter which he underUlteH mid liilln In cure,
T. 8.—For ellr-wisi-H of nhoi-t sliimlinir, n fnl
course of- iiidlieinen, siiUk-ici-l fur 11 elite, will
nl) iiir-lruclinns, will ho Kent la unv nililro.*- in
rcci-iiit of $10.
Cult or Ail-Ires'.
Dr. 81'INMSY to CO.,
0 'JH-ly      No. 11 Ku.iniey-M. .ftm Pimncli'CO.Cill
OREGON PRINCE
■VTTTU* STAND FOR SERVICE
V\ during the season of 1882, on
tlie Farm of tho luitloraignetl, Chilli-
whack, ami nt Limgley, Ladner's Lniid-
ing, anil iVInple Ridge.
OitKGON I'kini;*-; was fonlod in Oregon;
will lie (I years old in Mny; is a dappled
gray; stands l*i' hands high; weighs 1075
lbs. at present, will weigh about 188011)3.
during season; is very gentle, very fast
walkor, good trotter, nnd a powerful
Iforso in harness, He was Bired by W.
Myer's imported Pereheron — "White
I'rinee." Oiikuon I'hinci; won Hcennd
prize nt tho- Victoria Agricultural Fair
last November, and is the Inrgest liorso
on the mainland of British Columbia.
TERM.S-SIO, m, and §20. Parties
from a dintance sending mares will be
entitled to free pasturage for one month.
11. STEVENSON,
jnyUtc ChilUwhaek.
PATENTS
We continue to act tis Solicitors for Pat
entn, Caveats, Trade Marks, Copyrights,
etc,, for tbe United States, Caiiatla.Cuha,
England, France, Germany, etc. We
have had tlilrty-firc years cxporlciicc.
Patonts obtained through us are noticed in the Suikntifio Amf,hioan. This
largo ami splendid illustrated weekly
pnpor, .511.20 a yenr, shows the Progress
of Science, is very interesting, and has
an enonnuus circulation. Address,
MUNN & CO., Patent Solicitors, Pub
lishers of Soii-:n'tii'1i: Amkhican, 37 Pnrk
Kow, Now York, Hand book about Patents sent free. dell
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM McCDLL
BEGS TO INFORM HIS NUMEROUS pn irons that he has ffemov«d
his Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Wlioro will be found, ns ttsu.1, ft com*
plute assortment of/- s
GKOCEBIES,
PROVISIONS,
And tt fine lino of
iin Ooods, dents' FarnlnblBK
I  |  Goods, Ac, ttc.
Whicli will Im sold nt the LOWEST
POSSDHJ5 PK10ES for Cash,
Ho (hunks liis friends for their put
liberal patronngo und hopes for a eon*
(intliincc oi tile snine, mhl
~H. W. HUQHEST
ft Book Agent,
NEW WESTMINSTER* EC.
j^a-S3sro? -FOR j
Toronto WbpUly Mnll .';..;. ft »
Toronto •.Viinltly Ololin 1 00'
Montr™! Ilfi-nlil t, W«-i*l;lv Stitr t 00
Montreal Wculily Witncu 1 IS
Scianliflc Aniortwin S 35
ScoUIhIi Aiiiot'iniii.fmimnl ,. 3 00
Stun Pri iwi.ltnll.-tiii 2 10
Hiuppi's MRcnuliin nnd Weekly, etich......... 4 00 '
Ooilnv'n l-iidiM* Ilrmk „.* SOO
Hun I-'rniicldr-i) Weekly Cnll (10 lnwkn free}..... I ST
Kriiiil. tfflillo's IMIilie-itimiH nt PnblMipr't Prlftn.
Ii-clnnilof Tn-nny 3 M
Lives nnd 1'ortrnttn of Wives of PreBliletitu of U.fl.
And nny ntlirr pnoertj in- Mnpirines of imiKirt-tnM
In 41-tiui.l:i nr In Hit- ITiiltixl Minion. Tlir IMltrtln
mi'iiiIm rim: » lot of m-i-di nn<l -llmiti., vlilhli* at tlit*.
iiucUuii.c'aTi!StItltr*t), Tlie iiliove are nll rflVred lit
the bmiio jiiiri'M cliiirtfi-d liy piiMlxlieiK, bo th*
sootier von ii*.|tlv tlie wmtiei- tlie paper will nirl?**.
Agent for World .'nMi-.lil.it: Co., Giie.ph, Out.,
nml A. I.. Bnncnift A C»>. Km frnnclico.
IIKN1IY W. miailBl*, Ap-nt,
mill New Wi-stiiiitiater, B. C.
flvy* fliii'Illli Orgniis—lient mnde. Piirtlrulnrn un
eiKjIlfry.
ESTABLISHED   IV   1852.
L P. FISHER'S
SDVERTISING
era- us npir on ~w
llooms -20 mill 21, Morchanls' II*
elm use, liillloriiln St., S. t„ Cnl.
N
It AllVKHTlftm-H BOIilClTBO
, Iin- nil neWKiinuera puMlnlied on thu Pnrtflc
t, tli('Siiiiilwlelii«lfllll18, I'olyneiln, Hexlmii
i, .'annniii, Valpni-nlm), .Injian, Cliini, S»w
mil, tho Austrnlinn Colonle*. tlie Ktutern
m ntid Kni-n|io, File-t of nenrly every ntwi*
i- -.nilillr-liod on the I'milic Cmwt nr* krpt
litlilly on hnnd and ull A-hei-tltm nr*
i-i .11Ko ncccsd tu tin-in (luring ImHlneu lioiin.
o llr.-ri.Mi OOIiUMDIAS Is Kent on flloat the
''•fl,. I'. FISHBH.
XHeTX>^OC
To Disrasbs, CoMri.AiNTS .nd ArxtDtim
wliicli lI..i.Y.\k»'s Yellow Oil i. nuruH
teed- to cu.e or relieve cither in liAri M
UEA5T.
tauh inrntMir m
CROUP, I COUGHS,
CRAMPS, SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, *c
APPLIED EXTUUMUr HI
RHEUMATISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMENESS,
CONIRAC1IONS\
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPRAINS,
Every botll. mtarentecd to glv.
tion or money refunded,
DIRECTIONS WITH EMM tOTTU. PteH tM&
T.MiLETra**Te*oo,;
TORONTO, OUT.
NEURALGIA,
V.U.l.OVS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
1-AlXIXBACW,
P,IXi.SIDE,Am.
TIIE llll|T ENGLISH REMEDY
iHrtiifiTfr-fiiiling
Cure for Nfit-
onsDebilltjr.Kx-
hH uitrd Viullty
of h ny k I n d,
Wenktifio, Por*
olyiii, nnd oil
tlie terrible effects nt youthful
follies, ond et'
cesses Iii iiml'irer j'eiira,
UK. MINTIK will njmo to forfeit
Five lliuidml llollnrs for boom of
this kin.) tiie vital ItPHtoratlTf (undor
his spodnl iidviL'O nnd treatment) will not
ente, or Im* nnvilii-'ir impure orinjurioue
Ihiiinl in it. Dlt. MINTIK trrtU oil Dlt-
('flaeB atit'ccasftilly without morenrj.
Consultation freo.   Thorongb «»ml-
iiatinn mill iiiivice, $5*00.  PiltO orTllftl
Kcstoratlvi', $3-00 a bottle, or four
times the qimiiiily, $10*00; sent to ftlfj
iiililrcss upon receipt of price, or 0.0. D,t
secure from observation, nnd In prim to
niimi' if desired, by A* 8* MINTIK*
H.IK
Those who cannot vtait DR. MINTIK
in San Franciren should send ft full and
tntnnte stritrment ol their troubles with
$25-00, uud in return a full course of
Medicine will be forwarded, securely
pitched, eo ns not to excite Curiosity.
All orders for medicine 0. 0. D. rooit
lie ■uM-'.inpi.iiii-'d w.ifh $1.00 {as ft |Qir-
atitee of pood faith), which will bo deducted when the pnekage ie shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTT-B FREB,-8ent oil
i.p'pHc'inion by letter sutinp; eymptomt,
sex and itgc, Uimiiiiuuications strictly
coiiliilrntiiil. jny31'-ly
II Kearney Hire. I, Mmi Fnmeloet, CU.
ftYRSHTRrmLS]
mHK   UNDHRSIGNED  HAS   TOR
1   said on voasonable terms a few. h.lf.
Iiml Ayraliiru yearling Bulls, tfralfby On
Tliorouglihrod Ayishlro Bull     '1       '
' ' x»xr*rx>*aa»x9)|,
Tho ilmns being clioicu dairy oowi.
A. 8. VEDDKR,
Jc|1' <y- -    Sui»«s,

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