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THE BRITISH CtfLUMSIAN
 IS  l-UllUSUEIl	
Every YVcfl-icsilay & Saturrtay,
— 11V —
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET* E«TRAN0E Tt> Editorial ahs Business Department through T. R,
Pearson & Ceo. Book & Stationery Store.
TKR!HS«Bj'Mali, $3 n yonr* $160 forOimja/f
$1 for'lmus.} (inyiilitu In Ailr-iiicu. Dcllyorm)
by OiutIoi* or A-*t-ntt SI pur iiunrter, imynblo
qimrloily to Curriur or Agent.
Jhwrison ■
AGENTS-:
Co. Viotoria.
 Yale.
Wm,
L.P.FISHER   AiIvcrtiHini- A Rent, 21 Heroliftllt'fl
Kxcmiii ■*.'•, Pan I'l'iiuriKi-i', iHrmilimirit'iltoR'cuivu
Advert Inwiimitr* for (lili '>n*tor.
fi.iinil on  Ilie nt
. .    ..... . .   Itiiwell JfeCO.'i
N«Wh]iii|nir AilVuiliHini* iluieaii {10 SprilCQ St.),
wlinrr iwlvurtlnlug cuntritcts may lie nmdn ror It in
IN'KW YORK.
THIS PAPER S.T'i
NuWK|ianur AilvuiliHini* Hnruaii (10
lite *8ritish iloliti.ibi.in.
S»(urtlity M-ir-ilna, Sept.. ;;.>. mr-i
A Physical 8ajH>aih,
As we hnve. repeatedly pointed
out in these columns aiid ns every
person at all informed will be awure,
the Sabhnth rests not upon Soidptttte
alone. Leaving wholly out of view
tlie leligious obligations, and looking at it as n mora physical necessity
for ninn and beast, tlie Sabbath still
defies all cavil. Nobody will accuse
Frank Pi:;ley, editor of the Aruovant,
.;and one of tlie ablest writers of the
day, of leligious fanaticism, l-'or
the benefit of sueh of our leaflet a as
have not tho oppofttinitv of seeing
tho Argonaut, we ahull -j-ivo n few
-exit-acts from "Pi'dey's recent writings upon the Sabbath closing question which haa beon for some time
very p-ominentty befoi-e the puUio
of California.
In this direction ev*Pv/, nian,
woman, and child has a duty to jjcr-
,, form. There is no wan, self respecting and honorable, who pays taxes,
'and loves his family nud his country,
who oit^ht not to j- "'i in the effort
* to i-cstrict tlio use of .iluihuiic drink,
and secure tlie Sabbath from tho
desecation of tinuecfissiii.y labor.
Thore is no wife who slionM not endeavor to 'ihOueiHA her husband's
vote at the polls. There is no moth-
'or who loves her sun, and prays that
lie may bo rosoitcd, f'om (.eniptulion,
who should not feel that it is a question involving her happiness ami iin-
periling hev fireside.' * * * To
'uphold tho Sunday law is tho duty
of every man. It is not necessary
for hiin. to believe in God, the
Christian leligibh, or tho sacred
'chili acler of tlie Sabbath. Every
man who toils with brain or muscle,
'and every man who woiks for himself or for another, owes it to himself and his physical orguuiEiition to
sea tliat ho has tho legal right to a
"holiday once a week. * * * The
Sunday law is being assaulted by
tho liquor inle'vest, and it alone.
This institu'ion, old as homnniuy,
older than Christianity, written "by
Moses, under the inspiration of God,
upon the tablet of stone ; renewed
oy Christ, accepted by civilization,
t -adopted and imvought into the Web
and woof of our lives as an Amen
■can institution, sanctioned by custom, protected by liiw, and guarded
by the divine instinct of self preservation, is to be broken down and destroyed by aliens and criminals, that
sots may twill htgqt* and drunkards'
'drink whisky in aiilurtlij- on Sunday !
„ Was ever such impudence? Did insolence ever towov to so daring a
•height? While national, state, mid
city legislature may not enact laws
on Sunday; while courts may not
enforce thein or issue their writs on
!that day; whilo finance closes its
ledgei-s. tho merchant closes his waic-
Itouse, the mechanic liis shop, and
the tradesman, fa'ioer, and professional man may not pursue their vocations, the saloon and corne*-grocery
•demand the right to soil poison, and
the Deinoomtio party, in bnloV to
SGcuiQ tho gin nml lager vote, us-
Isents to the insolent demand. If
politics docs not make cowards of us
_ ull, we may confidently assert tlmt
it has made cowauls of all Democrats who aro base enough to favor
a repeal ef tho .Sunday law. * * *
It should be the mission of tho Republican party to lift this question
up from the church, Sunday-school,
prayer-meeting, and temperance society to tho piano of national politics;
to lift it from the monil to the
political phuie* to consider it, not
alone as a peisonal and social problem, but as agicat p.ob'om of po'iti-
' "cal economy. All honor to tile
chinches, Sunday-schools, prayer-
meetings, and temperance societies,
that they ha/o agitated this question
1 till they have educated a generation
■ of thinkers. Wo would have tho
"Republican party brave enough to
take up this anti-Sunday law ehal-
1 letiga thrown to it hy tho Democracy, aud upon tho wager of battlo
risk its chances of success, Let us
seo and know whether in tho iutorest
*f labor wa may not rescue one day
jn the week, one day out of seven,
tram tho interest of jjin; one day iu
Seven fioni tho worship of tho devil,
on which Christians mny be permitted in their own way and iiiulisturb*
•nd to wo'-ship God. Tins is nob
dloro a tompetanco question, and it
is not a religious q-jestidn, It is a
feorol, scientific, sanitary, aiid labor
question; abovo all, it ia au American   question ~ a question   as   to
',vi-"T^.r,-TjJ^**C77.--3**?r*^--* -
VOLUME 22
NEW 'WESTMINSTER, B. 0., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1882.
NUMBER 26
wliei-hec an American observance
that hi-3 grown iftto and become n
pa> t ot our national lifo aud national
oigfttii^atioii shall bo uprooted nnd
destroyed in tlio interest of foreign-
horn and, al ion citizens, who desire
to drink whisky and lager beer at
saloons ou Sunday. It is a fight
against the saloon ard its secret
gambling*.com. against the corner
grocery with its hidden bar, its round
table with dirty cauls, where "pitch-
seven.•tip'' is played for rum, whero
woiVingnien ate inveigled into spending their evenings ami robbing their
families, and whete children acquiie
their fiist taste for intoxicating
drink.
A Clkiujy man's Testimoxy. — W. K.
Gifford, Pastor M. E. Churoh, Bothwell,
was for two yeurs a suH'crcr with Dyspepsia in its worst form, until an ho states
"lif« became an Oottial burden." Threo
bottles of burdock ]3lood Bittern cured
him, nnd he tells us in a recent letter
that lie considers it the best family medicine now before the country for Dyspepsia and Livor Complaint,
As a speedy euro for Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Colic, Cramps,
Sick Stomach, Canker of tho Stomach
nnd Hinvelu, ami all forms of Summer
Complaints, thoro is no remedy moro reliable than Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild
Strawberry. Dealers who sell it and
those who buy it aro on mutual grounds
in confidence of its merits.
Travellers will Gild tho best remedy
for Sen Siekuuts in Dr, Fowler's Extract
of Wild Sf..;*vhurry. While for Sick
SfcoiniiCl' aiul dison*J03 brought on by
change pj, wo tor, diet, otc., ami for Cholera ifiivbua, Colic, Dysentery, uud Canker ef tlio Stomach and Bowels, nothing
acta more in harmony with nature to
client u cure.
T H E
PORT HAM.
rpHIS SPLENDID NEW HOTEL IS
1. now complete nud open for the
travelling Public. It is finished and furnished for pleasure and comfort.
THIS   TABLE
Is always supplied with the best in the
market.
THE   BAR
Is also supplied with the best of Litpiors
and Cigars.
To rluwo seeking pleasure with tho
Rod and Gun—the Bitrrouudlngs of Port
N'i'jiiiy uro n perfect Chime Field. The
rod fluhhig of tho Lillooot fiver, the best
iit Bi-itisli Columbia, is within n mile of
the Hotel.
From the balcony of the Hotel is obtained n most magnificent view up and
down tho l'rascr liver, six miles each
way.
The lofty Mount Bakor to the-South
and tin* "Golden Ears" to the North nro
the finest subjects fur the artist ou the
Mainland,
The "Great Land .Slido" of '79 thnt
sunk 40 acres of the lluWisoa Farm to a
depth of ono hundred feet holow the
level of the surrounding grounds; and its
boiling
SULPHER    SPRINGS
etaiid within n qilni'ter of a mile of tho
Hotel, nud the roaring Falls (if tho Kanaka arc within a mile of the Houso.
Those Booking a week's holiday eon
nowhere iu B. C. Iind more interesting
surroundings or spend a more pleasant
time.
To Invalidfl, in oases of rhflumatistn
nnd nil nervous diseases the .Sulpher
Springs Sponging Baths act in a most
miraculous way. Invalids will bless the
dny they throw dntgti to the dogs and
tried tlie magic Baths of tho famous
•Springs of 1'ort Hnuoy.
"10SS,
PKOriilETOK.
Port Hi. ncy, Sept. C, 18S2.
LOST
ON 10TH' AUGUST, BANK OF
British Columbia. Certificate of Deposit, No. 21-75, iu favor of Carl Erck-
son, for $110. I'liyiiiont of this certificate
hn** been stopped. Tho finder will bo
suitably rewarded upon hnudini* tlio
name to the Bank of British Columliia.
New West., Aug. 20, 1882.       au30tc
H
lato
givo
In le
Sire
Now
N 0 T I^C E t
WING RKCKIVED INSTRUC-
tioua from Mr, if. W. Howison,
of the Occident Hotel, we hereby
notice that all accounts, due him arc
i paid to us nt our ollice, Columbia
it, forthwith.
WOODS k TUItNKK.
West,, Aug. 20,1832; .       au30ml
FIRE INSURANCE.
THE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, • eea.OftO.OO') Sterling
Risks accepted at Current Rittea of
Premium by
J0EM' C BlflWW,
Agent for New Westminster,
Columbia St., New Westminster.
■ VV.   E
MERCHANT
LYTTON   SIHJABE,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,, B.   0.
HAVING   JUST RECEIVED AN
pxtehalvo Stock of New nml Fnali-
ional.lo GOODS, I will bo glatl to receive
orders, which will be promptly executed
am'.l
tor ROOD FIT (JUAEANTEUD.T-S
'i'eriiui strictly cash,
imlli W. ELSON.
S. He WEBB,
GUNSMITH
CmuMniA St., New Westminster, b. c,
saw Fiuivn,  m'.t I'jrnxe.  utat-
SMITH,  «:«)Tn,K[IV  (.!1<I1 •,!>,
M «sh>m;.. Sillltl'KNEl),
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Salo.
I'mlirrllns nt-ntlcil. iiml -t'l'iM-ruI lUrim!-*'
lugncnUyilmio.
Ammunition of all kinds, A full assort
ment of Re-loading Tools, ami everything
required by a Sportsman. Km-Ks,' Shot
Guns, Ruvolvkiw, and Pisimra Taokl-e
for sale. d24y
C.  M.  McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST EEcWeDTHE LAKO-
est assortment of Clocks over hel.l
on the Mainland of British Columbia.
Xlckcl Clocks, nt S2.2S (wamoitotl),
Sctli   Thomas'   .Mclivl Alarm, nt
53.2S.
All himis of Mmitdl nuil ocici!
Clocks.
IVllIt illllil lVatCllCS, coin silver eases,
from §i,j upwards.
A fine assortment of SlirlillS Silver
Jewelry, of the latest designs.
Silver Male Ware  and Optlcnl
Goods.
CdLUMnlA Stkbkt,
nu2 New Westmiiister, 11.C.
WESTMINSTER, B. G,
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tlio City,
THE CUMWRY DCPARTVEST
IS UNDKIl THE CHARGE OT? AN
EXrERl BNC11SD ARTIST.
rpHE UNDKKNH*lNI3D BIK!S LEATK
_1. to announce to ili^t I'ublio that ho
hiu, purchased tho abovo Hotel, when
everything will be found lirst-ula-is, and
nt ri'iiii-juiililo rato.1-,
The Parlors nnd Sleeping Apart-
mcills nre uiiiler tho superintendence
of Mas. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies.
Families r.nd Private Parties.
A Private (tending* Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well Biinpliod with hooka nud papora, fo
provided for the uao of gucatd.
Is BUppHed with the choicoVt brands of
Wixiw, LiQCOHS, Cumiw, ko.
Jko. AUSTIN,
N0'
IOTICE.
TICK IS HKIIKHY GtVBN, tliat
ap]i|ii!iitinii will bo mitdo to tlio
LeRi^lattvq Aasoinbly of the t'l-Dviace of
llritish Columbia, at its next rfosslon,: for
au Aot to IncorpoHito a Compwiy to eon*
Htniet and work it Railway from a jiolut
in the City of New \VostmiiiBter to some
nohlt near the -lliili pomHol, north latitude, hotwoen SonutUunoo Uny uud
IWiuliip Slxteou iu Uio District of tiuw
WeHtiuiiiater, Urilwli Columbia.
(iOUnON E, CORBOULD,
Solicitor for tho Applicant**.
New West,, Sept. 1/138*2. Sil2
HAVING ENGAGED THE SER-
vloea of Mr. Jas. Si'lOTfl, and
fitted our SJinp with a net of fii'sfc-cldsfl
Tools, we are in a position to turn out
tlio licit quality of work hi this line.
myl3
Di:!li:CK I'.IIOS. k CO.
BOOTS and SHOES
HEATHOSI'S
Boot- k Sboe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop under tbo new Oddfellow Hall, Col
mnbiaat,, New "Westminster.
ESTABIilSHEB 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Scitrlj' Opposite tho Colo'dii* llolcl,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
mHK LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
J.    nnsortiiiciit of all descriptions of
Wim AHU VESEJABLES
Constantly on band, and supplied to Fain
illos, Reatauranta, and Steamboats at tin
WWm£ POSSIBLE PIUCES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND—
MUSICAL IISTEUIEIfS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS. VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A lino Aaasoi-tineut; from 8-5 to StiO,
—AT—
BAGNAI.L & CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
GOVliliNMliST STRKET,  VICTORIA.
J.  BAGNALL,
PlASOFOBTB&OEQANiTOHEn&RlJi'ATnUn
e   WESTIilSTEe
riTAflKS WILT. LEAVKTIIKOCri-
0 DENT HOTHL, Ni:« Wkstjiix-
sTt'H, uvory .lay, at II iv. m.
RETURNING,   will loavo   I'ORT
J1O0HY nt II p. m;
EHrat-olnas   Stages,   nml   ovorytlilng
nc,ec.';.iiuy for tlie comfort of PaasaDgora,
Alao, a good Coverod Cavrlago for liire
nny hour, .lay or night.
Onto should he loft nt tlio Oooldont
iiotci.
U. STEVENSON,
nn9to Proprietor,
.TENTS
We ooulinuo to aot as Solicitors for Pat
cuts, ('aveatu, Inula Marks, Copyrights,
ate., fur the United Status, Canada.Ciibai
England, Prance,   Germany, etc.    We
havo had UiIrty-nTojciu'soxperloiico.
Patents obtained through ub aro ndti«-
Cd   ill tlio  Sl!!l*.NTIt*10   A-MI'.IIU'A.S*,    TliU
largo and splendid illuetratod woukly
papal1, ?Ii.iiO ii year, shows the Progress
of Saionaaj ia very bitoroBtihg, aim has
nn auoriiious ofraulntion, Addi'ofls,
MUN'N k CO., Patent,Solioitorfl, Pub
Ushotfl nf SciMNTiKii; Amkiuoah, :i" Park
Row, Now York. Hand book.About Pat-
ent*t sont freo. dull
IW^v»l'*!!i1
VnilGvUH-l*
. I i -■,'-' i *-' ,; I*: ■iilyrrrrramcnilotl
;-;*i '-.I'• \iil :;■.! ,-,.r ..;tiii*«»iif:-4,
Ij* j-I i■**1.11.■ ■/.*I vifr.«S*Aclic. <««■•
\aa awr1***™15^ tiipniit'tiffniliurg.
j N-- \ I li\f1 :»» FJlZfltHOSH, Iii :.s I'-i-rsi,
'-Of. VftI."l Krd   HtTiiJli*   I.o*« ot Ay
 -;-Jr;.f'f.   .^t:ii.0lpr,   tonn of
It'ltliiry,   nem' Mmum-li,  I ...*.**   i;i-
li!rMT:i;.,*lli"' • ' H.I--M i: ire :'l tllO J-Sloin-
■c'l. <. ■»* ri4or r.'.lrn**. *,. 'i'lu"' nre safe,
ftIUUind}liot*au3liTuiliciriicUon. FroaiHoa
,l[hlt:x,1^'i>,s<r.-i:.c. vi.it vox.
ROYAL  OITY
ii 11
(leima:-*, wjqto;
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO AIANIJEACTUKE
—AM, DESCRIPTIONS OV—
Rougli k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Boors, Sashes, and Blinds,
Piniiliig, Sfii-oll-Sawing, Torn-
ing, Sliiipiiig,
Ami nll kinds of WOOO-l'TNISHINf;,
excunted to order with tlio
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES  A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOHN HENDUY,
*        Maxaheu.
H. PtEflfiE I CO.
nirORTKKS AXD DEALERS IN
STOVES,
RANGES,  toC, toC,
House Furnishing Goods.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
8POFITING  GOODS.
A full assorlment constantly on hnnd, at
tho LOWEST MARKET KATES.
TinWara marinfaotnrad on tho promises.   Jobbing promptly attondod to.
[■(h.i:::(m»:.'s »to:jk va"h.\k\u,
Si*w lVcsliiilii-'tvr.
GO TO THE
SAM  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
TjOOTS AND SITOKS OF EVERY
.1 ) deseription mnde to order, and ro.
paired, flinn nn
INFANT'S  SHOE
—TO    A—
Tho highest C'Afll 1 price pniil for EtTDES
JAMES RQUSSEATJ,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
OrrosiTK Tin: Uamc.
IMPERIAL
FIS3E INSURANCE WWl
l OldBllii.M.St. and 10 I'Al.l. M.VI.1,,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1808.
•J7I0R [NSUHINO HOUSES* OTHER
|l Buildings, Oouds, Wmt", Meivlmn-
disu, .Muiinfia'tnriii]! and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, llnrl.i.r or Dock, aud the
Cargoes otouah V'ossols; nli. i, Shins building nnd ropalring, Bnrgos nnd other \'e.s-
^els on navlgahla rivors nu.l canals, nnd
Qqods on board sueli Vassals, tliroughout
Groat Hritnin and lreinud nnd in Foiolgn
Countries,
I'KOII LOSS OK IIAMAtiK UI F1BK.
SllbBCrilied nnd Invested Capital,
£1,(500,000 8TQ-.
Kntt-3 of Promhun ami ovary Infornia-
tion can bo obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTKONO,
Agent fur New tt'-'.ithihuiter
COLUMBIA STREET,
New   West-minster, B. C.
HAVING PURCHASED AND
completely ra-furnislied and
otherwise greatly improved this
woll-kuown estabtiiilimcnt, I have
the pleasure to announce tliat it is
now
OPEN
For the recaption of Guests.
Conviently located and woll appointed in every department,  with
BATH RQO^S
And all the most modern appliances, it wilt be found in .every
respect tho best, an it fo the largest
and most commodious, Hotel on the
Mainland.
RESTAURANT
Department ia under the vory host
management both as regards cuisine
and attendance, and parties desiring
them can have comfortable Private
Mil tug Rooms, with special attendance.
Tho
BAll   KOOM
Is stocked with the choicest Wines
and Liquors, and tlio best bramls of
Cigars will always bo kept on hand.
The
BILLIARD Wm
Is spacious and ■well appointed, and
provided with S-ritAiiui's Patent
CUSHION TABLK8,   the best iu
•tST Good attendance and moderate charges.
3. E. INSLEY,
Pbomoetok & Manager;
April 4,1882. apo
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD  INLET.
ffCffly BnIH nnd Ifewly Furnished,
large and Commodious.
ONE OF THE DEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commamls an unbroken view  of  that
niagiiilicent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   tho   Canadian   Pacilie
Railway.
MtTH    01'    KOO.lIrt    FOR    P.UM'LH-S.
SW Visitors and Touristy will find it a
■piietaml pleasant resting place.
The soale of oharges will be found to
be strictly moderate.
Gooii stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH   MANNION.
PitoritniTO!:,
MORTON   HOUSE,
SFENOTS UniUCB,
On Sunny Side of Thompson Rivor.
mHK ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
1 ..pen for tlm accommodation r.f Uio
Public, iin.l the proprietor villoinloiivur
to deaorvo a fair aliaro of pntroango,
The very 1'Cflt of "\VlNKfl, LIQUORS ami
CniA'.w will always be kept.
C.   MORTON.
Tuly I, 1881.' and
S!
AYRSHIRE BULL
mllH  UNDERSIGNED  has   FOR
l_ Hiile en iciiKtinitlile leiiiia a few iuilf-
l.re.l Avi-elihe vearlilij. Bulla, Birod by tile
'I'liuiTOiglil.re.l Ayralnre Hull
x»-ro-K,apja*«,sa8-,
Tin: ilauiH being choice dairy ooWa.
A. S. VEDDER,
jell   ' SnaiM.
IsTOTIOEl.
TJttSHEUMEN AND dTllKKK ARE
X' nbtlllod tlmt il is illegal to import
.'allium nailer any pretenee from above
the Snitins Kiver.
I!. ITOENDRltilT,
Piflhery Overeeer.
July 28, WSL'. jy2!l
laic ot to fUirt.
1I1IGMS FOB SALE.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER HAS A KILN
X of excellent bricks for salo cheap.
Delivery anywhere.
T. MoKAY.
New Vi'cstm'jiater,
June 2*1, 1881. jn25
FC
A
burnt
atcd 2
5 mile.
For
Or to
GOOD FARM, CONTAINING
Iii.1*. acres; li acres chopped and
;, and a good Frame House. SitU-
niles from Maple Kidgc P. 0. and
.1 from Fort Langley.
.Iriforinatlon apply to
ffn'iT.TAM McADAM,
Maple RiJgo,
EpWAED McADAM,
2 Nicola Valley,
FOR  SALET^"
mi IE FOLLOlVINOi—
15 Fat Hogs,
15 Small Hogs,
1 White Cheater Bom,
A number of HorBcs,.
1 Cutting Box,
1 Platform Scale (capacity 1,000),
Also—for sale or lease—the premises
recently occupied by mc.
To be seen on application to
W. J. FRENCH.
Sett West., July 4, 1882. jy5
FOR SHE m LEASE.
mira FARM CONSISTS OF 320
.1. Aorfiu.in Nicola Volley, known na
P. L. Andbi-son's Ranch, of which a part
is suitable for crop. It fo situated about
a miles from tho Public Hall and Road.
Also—75 Mill; Pans, Churn, ond all
the implements neoeesary for Dairying.
Also-20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to
P. L. ANDKRSON,
nputc Nicola Lako,
FOR SALE.
LOT   2,   BLOCK"   IX.
"      1,      " XXIL
"    10,      " XXVIIL,
City of New Westminster.
—AL80—
LOT   4,   BLOCK   I.
" 8&0,   "      in.
"      4,       " V.
«      3,       " X. -'■
" IS, 19, k 20, block xni.,
Suburban Lands,
Apply to
H. V. EDMONDS,
Now Westminster,
or to ALLSOl' k MASON,
au30tc
Victoria.
FOR SALE.
CABINET
SUITABLE! FOR
Church or Parlor.
A S-OCTAVE Mason & Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeds, suh-hiuis, octave coupler, vox hu-
mana, grand organ, and knee swell, 8
stops. Thia organ is now used in the
Methodist Church, ami is sweet toned
and in good order. "Will ho sold for 8150
cash, as it in intended to procure a moro -
powerful one. Thia ia a decided bargain.
Apply to
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
Stationers k Music Dealers,
fo4to New Westminster,
FOR SALE:
A Splendid Farm I
200  ACRES    IMFKOYED!
135  Acres  Under   Timothy I
mill*: ONDERSKOTD OFFERS for
I .Sale, un favorable terms, his splcii-
ilid Farm, situated on the North Arm,
M miles from the City of New Westminster and within four mileU of the Town
of Granville, tho
"RAILWAY   TKRMINUS.
The Farm contain-*- Sfil aorcs of rich
bottom land, thoroughly dyked and
Iraiiu'd and free from overflow at all
BodsoES.
There nre
SOO    ACRES    IW-It-ttVEII,
Of which i;.,"i ncres are under timothy,
ml the remainder under oai«, root crops
Thffl'o la :i .- tod bearing or hard and a
ph-udi'l spring of pure water.
Tin r<- are a comfoi*tahlo dwelling, two
loublo hornB 120x46 feet, together wftfi
.hcd.i and othor out-buildings.   '
The Fitnn is well stocked with horses,
jattlo, pigs, Ao., and with the most im-
proved Hgrionltiiral iniplemonts and ma-
hn.ei-y, including « "Giant Reaper."
Tho ]>n*pi'i'ty Fi-ohtson the North Arm,
lid there in n wharf (nut. quite finished),
affording excellent landing for steamers.
There ia un better farm m the country,
nnd it is in a condittou to pay a largo
profit ou the investment from tne firat.   .
The Farm will he sold with or without
tho Uvoatoolr. .    ■  „
For particulars rpply on the premises
or by post to
T-1UCH   MAQBB,
Now West., July 4, 18*3*2.
jyj
MUKIGIPAL NOTICE.
■VTOTICiS K IIKUKl'.Y GIVEN,
il Hint Ilie City Taxes for ISS'J aro
now duo and payable at tlio olliee of tlio
City CM.
JAMBS OIIH, C. M, 0
Now Woet., July SSj 1SSJ. JJ/2J SttWTVj.'r ■■' .* **wwa**> S':*:
|**--8****>a3CI*2*a3
lhe friiisk CoI-.tiiiM.iit.
BalnRlny Horning. Sept. so, 1S83.
t O^ttfway'n returns to his peoplo a
greater man than ever.
, A comet with nn enormous tail can
toe teen in the eastern shy ut 6 a.m.
Yale is preparing fittingly to receive
Hia Excellency the Governor-General,
Harvest Heme services will be held
at Holy Trinity Church on Wednesday
next.
'A five hundred thousand dollar
hotel is now in course of construction
• in Winnipeg.
;Mm. Oapt. W. R. Clarke died at
Victoria on Thursday, afior a protracted illness.
Tit* re wero fully three hundred poo-
ge at the garden party at Government
ous'e on Tuesday.
At the horse-races, at Victoria on
Wednesday ihe American horse "Hastings" beat everything.
. ,Mr. MoTavish, M. 1J. P., exhibited
10 thoroughbred lieiishires at the
Provincial Fair this wool;,
. The »tr. Win, Irviii; arrived a little
late for the reception yesterday. Her
'decks were fairly crowded with passon-
'gen.
Mr, Angus 0. Fraser, of Richmond,
'offers to fun his two-year-old colt
against anything on Vancouver Island
for «500.
"Remember the entertainment nt St.
Ann's Convent no-it Thursday eyen-
' inj*;.   The program mo is a very attractive one.
The Goto'dfot says thero are en routs
trom Ontario 75 skilled mechanic.** to
work on Mr. Ondordoi'V's C. V. li.
"contract.
The Mayor of yioloria, and a number of others, arrived her yesterday
for the purpose of being \n\i-ut at,the
Voce pi ion.
Frank Stanly, an eminent Oni-adinn
'engineer, died suddenly mi the railway
train while en route irorft Toronto to
"Ottawa on the 13" iisi,.
The Chinese iu Victoria have struck
for $} a day for unskilled labor. Wo
Wild strongly advise employers of
•Chinese labor to strike too!
. In consequence of yesiunlry Ueinsf a
holiday, wo havo boon compelled io
layover a good deal of nt&'ior which
Should have appeared in this itsauo.
The sleanior Enterprise, Capt. Gardiner, arrived from Victoria shortly
'after it o'clock yesterday morning,
bringing a large number ot passengers.
Mr. Selim Franklin, a '53 p'-aioer
and old-iimo legislator, ia at Victoria'
"—Mr. Henry Nathan, nisi, a pioneer
laridanei-M. P., ia likewise at Victoria.
.The Argonaut says tho annual enst
'of alcoholic drink in tho United States
"nf America is §700,000.000. That is
"equal to $14 to evory man. woman
land child 1
The Garden Parly 311*011 at Govern-
jment Houbo, Vtofcorio, 011 T.icmlr*.., bj
His Excellency and Her Royal Iiigh-
"hess was largely attended and passed
off most p'easaiiily.
The R. P. Rithet and Western
Slope arrived from Victoria on Thursday morning, bringing a huge number
"of passengers, amongst them tho Provincial Secretary.
Tn our last issue tho types made thu
Bishop of New Westminster, instead
tef him of Now Caledonia, dine with
the Marquis of Lome and ihe Princess
I Louise on Saturday evening.
j    The Governor-General, in replying
1 lo the address at tho exhibition on
Wednesday, conveyed to tho public
some very important information relative to tlio C. P. R.
The second  Provincial Exhibition
■»;was opened at Vicioria on Wednesday
ny the Governor-General, accompaniod
by the Princess Louise.   About  two
thousand people wore present.
A well-written poem, welcoming
His Excellency and H. R. H. tlm
Princess Louiso is unavoidably and
"With much regret, laid over. It camo
io baud too late and is sixty linos in
length.
Tho str. Enterprise sailed for Victoria at 5 o'clock this morning m order
to connect with tho outgoing mail itr.
Diut'i'EAXANOE.—Mr. Robt. Jesse
is in tho employ of Mr. Onderdonk,
on tho railway lino above Yale. Ito
had a son, Fred, in tho samo .employ
at Camp 17. Ono day last week the
hid, orjed .19, mysteriously disappeared,
and it is feared that hu may have fallen over tho bluff into the Fraser.
■ , Mr. W. Perkins, of Greenwich Park,
is not the author of the article on
" Compensation" which appeared in
the Colombian of tho 27th inst, It
was published entirely without his
knowledge.
The Synod of the Church of England
' will meet in this city ou tho 3rd uf Oo*
\ tobcr.   Delegates from points up the
"fiver will, by the kindness of tho man-
hgor of the Pioneer Line, bo carried at
reduced rates,
'•My wi*e," is the good old Anglo-
1 feason language employed by the Marquis of Lome when talking about his
royal consort, It is in refreshing contrast with the "Mrs." so and so usu-
' ally heard in the mouths of oven ple-
* belu.i husbands.
In the shop window of Mr, Mc-
Naughton, watchmaker and jeweller,
Columbia street, are to ho soon tho
splendid prizes won by the New Went-
minster riflemen at the Into annual
meeting of the British Columbia Ride
, Association held at Victoria.
It is to bo regretted that there will
not be an opportunity of exhibiting to
His Excellency nnd Her Royal Hi-jh-
jiess a salmon cannery in full blast.
To see one of these establishments
"pulling through nil the various processes sixty thousand tins of salmon in
a single dny is some'hing.
The Comus arrived off tho mouth of
lhe Fraser early yesterday, where slit!
was joined by tho Aloxaudror, the
Vice-Regal party coming up to this
Oity on the latter.   Why the Comus
■didn't como hero remains to he explained. We understand sho draws
18 feet and could have found over 20
feet.
The screw steamer Evangel arrived
from Port Townsoud during Tuesday
night to see if a direct trade cannot bo
established between Puycfc .Sound por.'3
find New Westminster. The Evangel
was first intended to carry tho Gospel
,to the heathen frihus of Aluskai She
now proposes carrying cabbages and
thicken rood to this country. Wu understand she will mako a weekly trip.
The ''"B-wsajiioiJ1" FoiiBVEnl—Our
Band (tho Excelsior) wont to Victoria
"and saw and coiiquened"! The duly
appointed competition between the
vai'ious bands -of tlie Province was s«t
for Wednesday. Tlio Vicioria Baud
funked, leaving tho field to our own
and Iho Nnuiiiino baud, and ours carried oil' the prino of §75.
PiisoNJi..—-Our English exchanges
contain lengthy obituary notices of
Mrs. Pltmaoll, wife of Samuel Plimsoll,
Esq., the member nf tho British Hoi'isc
of Commons who did so much for
British m-ii'iioii in tho ruriUor uf dock-
blading. Tho deceased lady was an
enthusiastic helper in tho noble work
nf hor husband—ua well as in. other
■good works. Mho vtas\0 aunt of Mr.
W. H. Falding of thfo-city.
Pfiitso.vAL.—W, T. Jminiuga, Esq.,
CI*. It. Engineer, arrived from Ottawa nn Tuesday evoning, looking halo
and hearty. Mr. Jemiiugt served
"during tho heat of the day" iii tho
yoars wlien bearch was beinj* made for
a way through the mountains, and it
is fitting ho should now take chaige of
construction, as lio does (under the
Acting."Ghgiiieer-iri-DJuof, of course),
up'ni tha whole Etivory-Moody eon-
truci. Mr. Jennings entered upon his
.liiiiu:"- it once,
Fri'.l'l.vTHn^i'Eu.—At ihe Council
nioeiinr on Monday last, a letter was
rend addressed by Wir M. 11. Begbie to
HisJ3onhr tlm Lieut.-Governor, urging ..he expediency" of a visit 10 thia
eity iir B. J!. If. the Princess Louise;
it doiibtloBS had due weight.™Guardian of Wediiwh'.ij.]
Did the Council obtain possession of
Sir Matthew's letter surreptitiously?
Or did the doughty knight select such
an eUraordimu-y channel for tin: transmission of Im private communication'*.
If t the former there w*]l doubtlesB be
an iii^estigation. If tho hitter; surely
it mis never intended, to form a newspaper 'itiragraph.
Tii*o Kof&i* mt,
Reception iit the Royal Oity.
At exactly 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon the steamer Alexander reached
the wharf, having on board IBs Excellency the Govornnr-Gonoral, Her
Royal Highness the Princess Louise,
and suite. About half a mile below tho
city iho steamer waa met by a largo
number of canoes, manned by Indians
and decorated wiih flng.3. Tho flotilla
divided into two comiianies.,allowing
cue steamer to pass between ..hem, and
greeted tho royal party wiih afende
jale. At iho same timo the heavy guns
of the Seymour Artillery wero thundering forth a royal salute, At the
wharf iho parly wero met by the
Mayor and Cily Corporation, and a
guard of honor from thu Now Westminster Rifles, Thoy were escorted to
carriages in waiting 011 Front st., and
the procession at oneo moved on
through Begbie st. to' Columbia si*.,
and thonco to Albert Orescent. The
streets and buildings en route woro
decorated in ninny instance.-', very tastefully with evei^'reonu, wreaths, mottoes, flags, &e. On Columbia st., opposite the OoiDMmAN otlice, stood the
piscatorial arch, built of salmon boxes
and cans, and having suspended a
Sturgeon and a numborof fresh salmon Under ihis areh the royal parly
halted for a few minutes and ■minutely
inspected the exhibit of our sea-fiirm,
Another very tasi.eful; arch Blood at
the top of the hill, no.".rly opposite tho
Mayors residence. This bore (he
expressive Chinook mottoes: "Kht-
howya Queen's Papoouo" (Welcomo;
Queen's Daughter), and "Nesikn. utl]
Uim-tum Oiiptt Mcsika" (Our Hearts
are glad to see you). Along (ho route
the Princess received a number of bouquets, presented by lit. fu girls, and the
immense crowd which lined the streets
expressed their loyalty in frequent
cheers. On arrivi.ig at. iho pavilion
erected on (he Orescent the Mayor
read iho following address lo His lilx-
collenoy"
To His E.rc'llcncii trc IligU UonorttbU
'Sir John Doufl&'Si&her'ttud Campbell, Marquis ofjjdrtic, Kiiltjhl of the
Most Ancient und Mo I Noble. O.'der
of the Thistle, Kniyht fi.aud C.vs
of the. Most .Disi'ngniili-id Order of,SI.
Michasl and Si, George, Governor-
General of Canada, tt*c, die.
May it p/.basb Yo0b Exa.aLi.sxoY:-*-
Ab the Mayor and Council of the
City of New WoJ-lminnter, wa greet
Your Excellency aud tender to yourself and Her Royal Highness the Princess Louiso a loyal and hearty welcome
io our City.
Placed on tho western vorgo of, and
widely separated though we aro from,
othor portions of this groat Dominion,
it will bo gratifying to Your Excellency
to Iind that wu are, nevertheless, but a
portion of tho same people and equally
ready to do honor to ynu its our brethren in the East*, and that wo yield to
110110 in our feelings of weleoino to
yourselves and loyally to Her Most
Gracious Majesty tho Queen of these
realms.
Tn '-reeling Your Excellency and
Her Royal Highness tho Princess
Louise, wo wish to express our anxious
desire that you may onjoy your visit
to (his portion of the Dominion, and
that on your return our City may alill
linger iu your memories, aasnoiated
with agreeable recollections'.
L01.rr.jH .1.1. MoIffK.Gs,
Mayor.
In reply His Excellency expressed
tho pleasure he felt nt visiting the
Royal City, aud his gratipojition that
tho Princess had been ablo to accompany him. Ho hoped the expectations
of tho founders of this eity would be
fully realized. Tho Government of:
which ho was the head was nut only a |
Government of promises, but they had
set themselves zealously to fulfil the
contract with British Columbia, and to
push on with vigor the railway. i He
thanked the corporation and eiif for
the very cordial welcome with whicli
they had boon met.
Tho Mayor (hen road the following
address to tho Princess Louiso : .
To Her  Royah Highness $he FriAcess
Louise;
May it pi/sash Youa Rota j. Hio ok im:
We, the Mayor and Council of the
City of New Westminster, desii-j to
express to Your Royal Highness tho
peculiar pleasure with wliich the inhabitants of this, Iho Royal City of the
Pacific, weleoino wuliiu its limits tlie
first member of Your Royal Family.
In the year One thousand eight
hundred and 'if.y-uine the site of this
City was selected aa tho Capital of
British Columbia and Hor Most* Gracious Majesty tho Queen w as asl*ad to
choose a naitio for it—to become, in
fact, its Royal sponsor. Hor Majes'y
was gniciojibly pler.scd (o'tSccode to the
reiiuost, and named iho City "Now
Westminster," aiid although it has
sinco ceased to be tho Capital and tho
hopes for tho fiiii'ro welfare of the infant City have not yet been as fully
ruulized as was c'.poc'.od, yet ifajforda
us much gratification*to lilid tliat having now reached its days of manhood,
tho new era of prosperity which is
opening boforo it is sigmilined by the
visit of the beloved daughter of i's
Royal apo.isor,
We foul assured that Your Royal
Highness will cordially join us in our
hope that your visit may be accepted
as a good omen that our future will be
marked by such a lasting and ever increasing prosperity its will mako Her
Gracious Majesty proud of the City
she then founded, and wo'trust that
Your Royal Highness will ever he ablo
,to look back wi.h feelings of pleasure
and gratification to the time spent
amongst ns.
Lopioh.R, MOl'sNfis,
Mayor.
After the addresses a number of
ladies and gentlemen were presented
to His Excellency and Her Royal
Highness, Tho girls of St. Anns
Convent presented tho Princess with a
number of bOtujuoU, and afterwards
sung two versos of tho National Anthem. After inspecting the guard of
honor, tho party adjourned to the tent
on the bank of the river, where they
witnessed tho very interesting Indian
canoo and lioat races. They then
drovo to the residence of His Lordship
the Bishop of New Westminster. In
the evening thero wan a torch-light
procession and an illumination on the
river, but the hour of those events was
too late to admit of an 0:.tended notice in this issue.
The day was beautiful. From tho
time of landing H-;r Royal Highness
was continually bowing and smiling
her thanks to the greetings which
everywhere met her. Thoro sooiuod
to bo much imperfection iu tho arrangements and many delays wliich
shuuld have been avoided. We should
not omit to mention the excellent music
furnished by the Excelsior Band
throughout tho proceedings.
Lieutenant-Governor Dowdney is
credited with having located the capital
of tho now province of Assinibuia at
the Pile O'Bonos, and His Ewsllency
tho Govornor-Genorftl ia said to havo
christened it "Regina," The selection
and the name appear to have raised
quito a fuss. We confess that we cannot see any valid objection io the
name, although an Ang!o-Sa::oii name
might have.been preferable. "Regina'*
is short and in auational point of vuiw,
most appropria.'e. It Ia urged against
the location that thoro 13 neither fuel
nor water and that tho kind is mtt and
clayey, and ill-suited for a city. These
are more serious consideration:*,. How
much truth there may be iu these objections wo havo not tho means of determining, but thero can he no doubt
that (he opponents aro determined to
stir up'PileO'Bones until well; wo
won't write it,
 .—_».. .	
Lamentably SujcM-c.
Mrs. Capt. White, of Taconia, \V,
T., recently became, insane from the
loss of a child. Hor mother, Mrs.
Murphy, and hiuwsisier, Mrs, J. A.
Macdonald, reside in this city, and
Capti White was induced to bring his
distracted wife over here, with a view
to placing hur in the lunatic asylum.
Ho did not carry out that intention,
because there was no room, and because whon ho camo to examine the
establishment ho pronounced it unfit
for any human being. On Wednesday
they took iidvui.'ago of the presence in
our port of tho steamer Evangel, aiid
left for home, accompanied by Mrs.
Macdonald. When the steamer got
out into the gulf, those in charge of
the poor woman went down to dinner;
but beforo doing so they took every
precaution to guard against possibilities, nailing up iho window of tho
stateroom, locking the door, &c, Upon
returning to the stateroom,to tlieir unspeakable horror, thoy found the wi.i-
dow wrenched open and tho lady gone!
Mciivch was made through the ship,
but no. trace of. her could be found;'
aud the1 inevitable conclusion was that
she had jumped overboard—.sought
for rest at tho bottom of tho vasty
deep! The heart-broken husband anil
sister returned to this oity on Thursday,; and it is scarcely necessary tu my
that they have thu heartfelt sympathy
bf this community. It is indeed a sad
affair. But after all is it not for tho
best 1 So far as we can learn tho recovery of reason wan moro than doubtful; and has she not gone to the darting child which sho loved but too
woll ?
tm
\)U
Hrantloa ■
- A Whilom Coliim-
b < £ n.
Before us is a neat little pamphlet
of 95 pages, entitled "Brandon, Manitoba, and her Industries.'' As its title
indicates, (his interesting littlo book
contains au account of tho rise a.id
progress of the/town, tho resources of
the country, the local industries and
the principal business aud professional
men. As might be expected, the real
estate business comco in for its full
share of notice, and under this head
we find favorable men. ion of Mr. U.
M. McMillan, sumo time school'tenoh-
er.at Ohilliwhack and afior'ward post-
maAter at Yale. Many jn this
Province will be pleased to loarn that
Mr. McMillan bus gained a good footing in that new and wonderfully progressive country.
Si* Like Her jUoHic-r.
.Sinco hot* advent amongst its' incidents aro not warning io shuw how
like her mother tho Princess Louise
is. Por instance, while Her Royal
Highness was resting tho o.herllay at
Steven's hotel in Siuuiich, a littlo
daughter of Mr. Steven mei. with au
accident which dislocated her arm.
The Prlncesi evinced the ulmost eon-
corn aud sympathy for Ute little sufferer, iusisUiig upon holding her in
her arms while r, doctor was brought
Prom Victoria, Ne'it day, whon asked
how her arm was go!'Ing on, the little
girl promptly replied with, all the
'tc'i'm't! imaginable "Oh, thank's) my
arm will soon be well, for the Princess
kissed 1110." Thus are we obtaining
glimpses of ihe imior life of oar good
Quoeit through the kindred heart of
her noble daughter.
Their movements.
According to the latest Bulletin His
Excoileney tho Governor-General and
Her Royal Highness tho Princess
Louise will part company to-day, the
former proceeding up ihe river on the
steamer R. P. Rithet thia evening, the
latter returning to Victoria as she
camo, there to await the return of His
Excellency from Iho interior. We understand that His Excellency will
travel from Yalo to Savona's by private conveyance, and that tlio steamer
IVjrless, under special charter, will
convoy him up to Kamloops, Spallum-
oheeii and back again, after which he
will immediately return to the seaboard.
■Sinco tlio abovo was put iu typo wo
learn that the'Marquis and the Princess will drivo over to Port Moody today, whero Her Royal Highness will
goon board Iho Comus, returning io
Victoria, and His Excellency, returning to .Now Westminster, will loavo for
the interior, as abovo. *
.■*#■ We have just received from England
ireet a fino line of Fishing Tackle, comprising 11 Pph'iidid assortment of Plies
made expressly for tills country, and to
whieh the finest trout will rise.—T. R.
Pearson & Co,
There is nothing vory exciting from
tho seat-of waV. Arabi Pasha saya
tho best thing iho "English could do
for Egyptwbuld bo to Bend all tho
notables and other loaders connected
wit!? tho rebellion out of the country,
and that if they do not do so vengeance
will surely be wreaked upon them after
■J.n ,1.„„..,( , -j*   u     n.,,: -i., '• ,,
tho manner in whicli I re Ornish trom
their prisoners and wuiihtfod, Arabi
Bays they are a great people and he is
heartily sorry ho fought them. He asserts that ho never thought the English
would send a large army to assist ihe
Khedive, aud therefore ho led in tho
war. Ho denies that ho had any communication with the Sultan during the
war, Tho Khedivo hns issued a mani
fosto declaring that England has great
interests iu Egypt, both in regard to
finances aud traffic through the Sue/,
canal, and all loyal citizens aro called
on to render Goo. Wolseley every assistance. Any 0110 refusing will be
treated us a rebel. General Wood arrived at Dauiiotla on the 2!ird whon
Abdullah Pasha surrendered to him.
lloth he aud Sulumaii Pasha wero sent
to Cairo as prisoners under military
guard. Thu Khedivo has olfercd the
British Consul General the grand cross
of the order of Omnauli, tho highest.
decoration he can bestow. On rhe
2<ith solemn thanksgiving services for
the British pacification of the country
won: held at Alexandria 111 the Roman
Catholic Church, Tho Tim-m' intimation that Britain may overcome her
Suca canal diilieulties by constructing
a second and rival ouo herself has
so start lad hostile directors that (hey
appear willing to concede all that is
desired.
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The flesh of different animals has
been analyzed by Prof. C. Virchow to
determine tho amounts of water and
extract contained therein, an it was
thought (hat tho relative value nf
moats might bo thus shown, Tho 'li*-
forenoon, however, are! found to be too
rdight to be of nny importance. V'^fl
confains moro water than beef, lea.i
beof less than well-fed beef nnd unhealthy meat a greater quantity than
sound meat.
■ Prof. Germain Seo has called the
attention of tho Paris Academy of
Medicine to a now medicinal alkaloid
said to resemble digitalis in its action
but having none of the, objectionable
properties of that drug. Tho new
substance is called convallariue, and is
obtained from the lily of tho valley.
It acts powerfully on tho heart, and
lowers the pplne very decidedly. Tliu
plmit itself is said to have been long
employed by Russian peasant/** for
dropsical affections.
M. Re-jnarAhta been tiilMva dried
blood from slaughter-hoiiaes for the
rearing of lambs. Ho metis eipcri-
inciit.ii.n ni:- lambs deserted by tho
ewes. Threo wero fed v.iih the usual
diet of beet-root, hay. etc', and to
three tho dried and powdered blood
was given with the other food; The
(ii'flt otoftdily loit flesh, while tho p'her
lot rapidly increased to threo -times
tho original weight, and woro considered phenomenally f-im lambs. A
similar diet is to bo tried  upon calves,
Herr Tucks is inclined to divide the
animals of tlio sea into fauna of light
and fauna bf darkness, the former
being found liltlo below a depth of
thirty fathoms, and (lie first specimens of the latter type appearing at
about lifiy fathoms below tho surface.
Hu is led to mako this distinction from
thb fact that in some places where the
light limit is higher the deep sea fauna
rises higher, and in fresh water lakes
whero tlm light penelraies to greater
depths the allure fauna extends further down.
Iu a paper beforo tho America".
Association for Uio Advancement of I iiov
Science, Dr. Hanghton, of Dublin,
disagreed with those geologists who
believe the earth and moon havo "been
gradually cooled from an intensely
horded liquid mass io their present
state. According to his views, the
moon formed a part of the earth at a
remote period-—a*, calculated by Mr.
Geo. H. Darwin— but the earth"itself
wu*-. originally formed by tho nggre-
g.ition of separated masses of meteoric
matter cast off by the sun and cooled
to about the temperature of interstellar space—probably 4G0 deuces below
(he freezing point of water.
th
LIU
U
uaiuion-
Wa beg to call the atten'ton of the
ri'de and the public to tho well-known
minlity an,! ol.
Oold Cm™, sr,
'■'
U3h of our
us to be of
■ ot Lt
Ool
t Gold'i
■..mt assay,
tho same, blian
Weight of the
tlm too' metal <
pipes, lillin.'. of,
IIT
only for
d used,
the Aotoai.
mid jiofe for
whioh 11 tug use
QolilGiwtwlii
lill)
jnoaoac
W-'-cr t' our
p
J cKiK, iiii
& m
yy.,
—Impcvut£iis Asm D::.u.nR£j ih—
Books & StatbseFYe
The fr-gait,- il i
tl-am Watches ■A-il! observe that every
geuttiue.watjplt whether gold or silver,
bears oar trade marl; on bo^case and
movemeiit. (.old csscb arc stamped "A.
W. Co.l'.'ami gnoranteo certificates accompany them. Silver cases are stamped
"A. M. Watch. Co., Waltham, Mass.,
sterling silver," and arc ac-Mmpaiiied by
guarantee certificates, signed K. W. Ro*b-
bins, treasurer. The name "Waltham"
is plainly engraved upon all movement's,
irrespective of vainer distinguishing
marks; This caution js rendered necessary liy reason of tho fact that our cases
ments, and pnt appa worthless movement! of .other makers and ince versa
thus affecting hijnriously the performance of the watches, and vitiating our
guarantee, which is intended to .cover
belies wholly mado
Jt 1
Scientific iHisccli.tnn.
(5?
According to Prof. G. F. Yeo, of
King's Oollego, London, a resort to
transfusion of blood has saved life in
more than half of the recorded coses
in which this treatment has beon tried.
"Microscopic vision hi'3 separated
ruled lines as lino as 113,000 to tho
inch, but, according to Prof. Rogers,
the evidence that finer Hues than that
have beon resolved under tho microscope is not conclusive.
Analyses by M. E. Keyor indicate
that the brotiisos used bytheanoionts
enniaiuod uoithor load nor iduc, but
wero alloys of ooppor and tin. with
small quantities of nickel, iron, phosphorus and occasionally cobalt.
By thrusting the ends of grCf'i
scrub wood—"miilleo scrub'"--in the
(ire and catching in a bark trough the
sap driven out it the other end, an
Australian supplied himsolf with water
aud saved his lifo whilo crossing a
waterless region.
Prof. Collation, of Gmiova, hnd described a curious experiment which he
has been in Iho habil of showing to
his classes, lie fnlly chargea nn air
gun with compressed air, and introduces a lead ball near")' filling ihe
horo but small enough to move freely,
lie ilioti siands tlie gun vertically and
places* his thumb ovor iho lop of lhe
barrel, when an ftsais ant ptjlls the
trigger. The thumb remains in place,
whilo ihe ball is heard, to fall bad" in
the tube, When the gun is reloaded
in thu samo manner, the'same ball is
discharged with sulHolont force to pass
through a pine board about a half an
inch thick. Prof. Collndou has frequently tried this otncrinieiit stiocess-
fully, but as any clumsiness iu clOflin j
tho tubo firmly with (ho thumb may
result in serious injury it ia not mi ox*
poriinout lo be generally recommended,
An Ex-lraoydlnary Oli'er-
There are a number of persons out
of employment in every country—yet
energetic men willing to work do not
need to be. Tliose willing to work-
can mako from #100 to .*?500 a month
clear, working for us in a pleasant and
permanent business. The amount our
agents make vane.*-; some make as high
as -roOd a month while others as low a«
$ LOO, all depending on the energy of
tho agent. Wu have an article of great
merit. It should be sold to (ivory
House-owner, and PiVs^o.verJOOj-er
E6n§i0.'00." - One agent in Pennsylvania
:-,o'ul 32 iii two days, and cleared $64.00.
An agent iu New York made §146.00
in one day. Any man with energy
enough to work 11 full day, and will do
this during* the year can make from
33,000 to §0,000 a year. Wo only
want one man in each county, and to
him will givo tho exclusive sale as long
us ho cohtinuifs to work faithfully for
us. There is no competition, and nothing liko our invention made. Parties having from 8200 to gl,000 to invest, can obtain a General Agency for
ten comities or a state. Any ouo can
make an investment of from ||25 to
§1;0DQ without the least risk of loss,
as our Circulars will .show that tliose
investing §25 can .after a 110 days' trial
return die goods unsold to us and got
rlioir money back, if they do not clear
nt least §100. Thoy show that a General Agont who wil] tako ten counties
aiid invest $216.00 can after a trial of
00 days return all goods unsold to vfo,
and have money returned to them if
(hoy fail to clear at least 8750 in that
time. Thero arc many persons having
money to invest, who could not give
the business personal attention—such
can employ grab-agents without leaving
home—making a large amount yearly
out of a very small investment. We
aie hot paying salaries, but want men
willing tn work and obtain as their pay
the profits of their energy. Men uot
willing to work pto our terms will not
ket ar- debased fi
from  the   quality
can W,vrou Con
also, because it is
'i public scandal
Ail in the metal
lis pun-mice at wh.
British Colnmbit) Agency of Toronto
Snfc nnd Lock.lVorlts, .t. ■& ,f,
.Taylor, .Proprietors.
ufai
ade fro
■; l6r proof vault doors
all sizes and quality, at
jin one hundred to three
prices rangn
thousand tfol
Detailed specificaiaana for vault work
furnished on application to the agents for
British Colnmbiu.
no2   M. W. Waitt&Co,, Victoria.
nnusb l-oiHitt&ijj.' .ciorr.
confer a favoi l.\
stl-eot, an.I ocoupn
cilbeforathc let u
tion iii lie iiew !'..
A Ejjjub
of FrankvUI
tlio Liver ai
ration of tli.'j bo'.eela; nfter tatriliE
i.ottie of:
ranl.le.i to lei
10 lias bot.ll lor ti.
It'iias lire
ion,  "It is
uifalliib
uidBgi
!.: Infi ■
V... '
11 v.
1../ 1
Will recoil
lui'iuitt oxfraoriliniiry oli'ur bj'.pnolos-
iii^ a tliree-eeut stnuip, with tlieir nil-
drcfla. The lirst to comply with out
tunns will .icemo the county or counties I hey may wish to work.
AJ.lresa
Rkn'neu JIakufa. Tl'I'.I.V.I Co.
liHSniilhtichlst., I'iltslniri;h, Pa,
«;!'
El I'enre
■n k C
. iris
1 toilniM
to iiu- r
tako »ub
IceUcils
ot  llm
III,   Ull
t the
13 for
lab 1
.lishe
■aro pre
nil 1'ana
»'  infer..
without diarging inl.iiti.nial for remit-
tuneo of mono}r.—Adv,
Misfl Woiiiei nill rcauine hormomiug
an,' afternoon ouuwsa at the Eoctory,
Hlaokn 00J slreel. mi or alunt September
l.'lili.   TorniB, $2.00 per mouth; IniiBio,
J2.60,    Ver further ]i!ii!ieulars apply at
the Ueetory, Illaeliwe.nl Btroet.      Im*
; Vim
.'i .line Euglibh—For
tlroSBlng wheat to prevent the smut.
Se.nl to I.a\-i;i.i:v k Co., Viotoria. Also,
for Mile-eel, bratcl Condition Pomlcn
nud lli'iiliehl'.a lllook Oils. Both these
should he in every Btablp. mhSO
Sir Now iiuieiel.i.ii: at .las. ISUard k
Co.'s. Hio lateat fashions for 18S2 in
Lndios' and Chlldrou's Straw Hate, ililli-
nory, l.'.e.s, &...   Cftlland onamiiio.
.Ii-stIIici'mvkii -.ll,iili.'ls;iippiie;Tai:..,
111(1 gross Chrlk Crayons, i,i„l n largo
Ontario a he
'i-.i.'ln lln< I-'
Cutlc
'I'. II. J.'.:
i'-S.)     Vs'Ctii    :'i:.     i:..±C.
..c\.   IP ^,J£2»£
, \S LUl.U J3LAHP, SOUTH ARM,
V t nearly opposite Ladner's Lauding.
More than 1*01) aeres dyked and fenced,
am! about '-10 acres under crop.
OOOI5 BII.TDIUGS THEriECM.
Thi. yoni's crop ;..■„■.F ef Becurity from
To ].-,-. forn termof years, v.iil. privilege to purchase.
Porparticuloi'sop] yon the ] ■ inn i
to
SAVINGf&:BANK
XiiW WKSTMll'STE!', BR.ISCII.
D
seriion
1882.
EPOSITOHS ARE  BEQUESTED
I their hi
finiorest up to
ie :i0t!i
\. W.,,Inly II, 1882.
o. rri"n:xiii:i.:r
Ag lit.
n.
rjoou
WILL?
MS,
I!   illTLIill,
r    T? ' O
.,     J...     Kl.
ted stock of
Books
; Library just
sst intiiibei*s.
School Books.
All the-autborlzotl books.for PijUIa aud
High Schools, Also, School Kwpiisitcs
hi great I'ayiety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons,
Copy-BqokB. Draning matenals, etc.
Blank  Books.
A vory largo assortni
from tlio maniifticti
intporteil direct
embracing al'.
Paper
Envelopes.
1.0
rna, priess w\V <■
Uip.11
s.(r,:-mdi
y with
n'j
;Em|f
i P,ii
ns Lotto
in the
• Pap-
ncnts,
Wmji-
mitifnl
i.-j.n*; in Fancy a
lie V
ipers fro)
l Lon-
lo
i aiul Paris.    \n
ip on
use stock
of En-
■e
opoa uf nil styles
WliG
sa.nl pri
Fancy
G
odds.
largo variety of Fancy Goods al*
i hand, to whioh ailtlitiona uro bo
Miscei!
-jOUS.
A very large and oomplate stoolc of mis'!
celloneops articles such as aro iianally
found in a stationery establishment.
Sj-pclnclc**, Eyt-Hlat-PfK,     .
Flaying Cards, Visiting CimU.
BntttneSe C'lu-ila, Card lionrd,
CnrU Ciiies,   VascK, Games,
InkstRlids—plain nml fnncy,
Photo. jUiiuins, PlelureS)
Autogranti Albums,  'JJ'oyf;.
StjifRp nooks. Parses,
Wilting DpsUs, V.oM Pens,
*".;;.i.is'tvwk BiiHk-*tB,
Gcntlcnion''*    resslng Gnscu,
■fpllikls, Velvet Fram«ii •&«,, <fcc.
Pianos & Organs.
H'Lvinginiiihiiunn-niiUyE.avnral/Io arrange-
intuits with some oi' tho leading Piano
makers in Boston, N.ow York, Balti*
more, and elsewhere, we ara able to offer a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
:,' little more than line herotofore been
aafcd for a very inferior inatrnmoiit.  .Wo
' '   . '    ■      '.'".:■     ■■ UI ii;:.i Pl-oviaOO
: . A crvl.tt'of
tliese i ianoa, iuiporteil liy us. nro now in
i!.i:..it.c, and tney are imdoulitodly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRCE
over brought into this . ,.*,int:v.    \\e uro
also n   .:- foi  the Knabe Kanps, the
i  ■    , tl    Wol  ■'. the Decker, and
others; any.      • . bioli v. i r, supply on
c,l I'apere,
oca,  11!
ireei, victor'i).* is. c
in
IV. Roil
Feksoho inr
,, I'ini!" or Organ oi any kind, uanadlaa,
iiuerican or l'liropcmi, will find it to tlieir
ulvantage to commiinicate with us.
Sheet Music.
ery beet
■ irjonioof
tet in a sic
Music  Books. '"
,''.': ;'5';' ;'' ''''
:      .'-,           ':
ssortmeilt of
Organ, Vin-
•ge* edition
colloction of mi
a H ii. ■'.
nnaio l,o"ok.Sj
both vocal aud
in block will hi
nstnmiouta
i.rilcrc.l pro
..i.ene,,,..
IrJsuraTK
?e.
(JnlMtn
000,001
Assiiin
100,000:
., thoO.
I iVrii.lii.
r .TION LllT.
n est rates on
npany doing
T, E. PEARSON & CO.,
JolWliiiist,'(Scivecii 0, il. Alajor'a ami .lume*
I-Jow Wostminater, B. G. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Advertisement 0. McDphough
Challenge Accepted P. Brandon
Notices (2) W, H. Falding
lite gviiislt (Columbian,
Saturday Horni**---, Sept. ."'I, 1883.
Sentiment and "Siller."
It is gratifying to know that the
Marquis of' Lorne will penetrate into tho interior, and see for himself.
Ifc would he Btill more gratifying did
. circumstances permit of the Princess
Louise accompanying him, Thero
nre many in the interior who would
ardently desire to seo litem both,
lb 1ms been too much tho custom
for distinguished visitors lo content
themselves with u hasty look at the
mere f tinges, so to speak, of British
Columbia. It is not till you be£in
to enter the Cascades that the real
grandeur of the scenery can be
realized. It is not till you emerge
from them on the other side that
the true magnitude aud wealth of
the country begin to appear. To go
Ino further than Yale is to turn back
at the threshold. To stop short at
Victoria is rot to see the promised
]*»tid even from Pisga's top, We are
glad, theieforo, that Hi% Excellency
fo go'rg as far into the interior as
Knmloop**. We trust he nn-y be
afele to go as far as Spnllumcbeen.
Even then he wilt only havo seen a
mere fraction of this country of
'•'magriticent distances." Could ho
have spa'-ed the time to tithe a run
tip ns far as Cariboo and obtain oven
a hflsiy look at the great wheat fields
of the three or four hundred miles
t;ave,M.ed bythe trunk load, a much
mo*o accurate conception of the
cour.lry would have been possible.
Neve-IhoVs-s, in going to "Kamloops
iv.:d SjiftHumcheen he will have an
oppoi'nrity of seeing a sample of
tho wheat and bunch-grass lands ol
the vast interior. He will also have
an opportunity of seeing at least a
portion of one of tho most magnificent internal water-ways in tho Dominion. Engineers are at the pres-
e.:t moment eogagod in making a
■survey for the Okanogon-Spalium-
clieen canal — a fifteen mile link
which, w*hen supplied, will give to
Co^imb'uannninterrupted water-way
tbiough what has come to be designated "the garden'' of the Province,
extending a distance of about four
bundled nriiea. The importance of
eivly supplying that link cannot be
easily ove.'-ebtimated. As an avenue
for moving to the centres of con-
surcption soon to be created by rail:
way corstiiudion the food products
o? the fertile region lying to tho
soelh. thnt canal is essential) and it
ur^ht not be considered aUogethoc
linfiti'lrg that advantago should be
•taken of'the p-esei-ce of Hia Excel*
Jerdy to impress his mind with the
impoi.'nrce of having the woik pros-
' ecu led with the utmost vigor. The
gra'i'ication of having amongst us
the Ma'-quis of Lome and the daughter of our beloved Queen is great,
and the visit will constitute a green
spot in the country's history,—in
(he lift of evcy inhabitant. But
we aie a utilitarian race, and the
sentiment of loyalty cannot altogether extinguish the hopo that Her
Royal Highness' pencil and His Ex-
cellercv's tongue and pen may do
much fown'ds dispelling the mists
of piejudjee ami misrepresentation
wliich still linger about the Pacific
P'ovirce in tho minds of those ceii-
t-es of population to which they
shall sho'tly return.
T.****''tE**J,iS***g.WS^
$abt£sttw**wxt
j****^**::***5-&**jarj^^
mail whioh conveys this paper to the
reader will carry a copy of a subscription list to every centre of population, to every neighborhood, at least
on this side of the Cascades, accompanied hy a circular directing what
disposition shall be made of the
money, and it is to be hoped that
each individual to whom a list ia
sent will make an earnest and immediate effort in his neighborhood.
To such as may not lie afforded an
opportunity in this way. we would
say, send your contributions either to
Mr. Donald Chisholm of this city or
to this otlice. If every ono will only
givo a littlo there will be no need
for anyone to give much; but the
amount must be left to every man's
own conscience.
About Simj,%
In past seasons the difficulty and
danger of navigatirg tho Fraser bo-
t.veen here and Hopo late in the fall
on account of snags have been keenly felt. But with the greatly increased staamboat traffic consequent
upon railway construction the evil
will bo n'-oportior.aloly augmented.
Tliis fall especially, the railway supplier* requiring to bo laid in before
navigation closes, must occasion an
unusual 'strain upon tho carrying
capacity during the last days of navigation. Under theso circumstarces
those moro directly interested are
naturally ar xipus to bo assured that
the wo-!: of removing these snags
bball be dore promptly aud efficient'
lt is cow a fortnight since tlie
tenders for the work were received j
nud yet nothirg, so far as we nre
aware, has transpi'ed as to the result. The season during wliich tbe
work should be dono, can alone be
done thoroughly, is now close at
hand, nnd it would bo a great mis-
fo'tuno if that season were permit-
Led to slip by unimproved. So very
much depends upon the navigation
of that pa't of the river being available for late tiafiio tins fall that
we have felt constrained to make
this appeal to the Dominion Government Agent, in order that the im-
po'tnrce of the matter may not be
ove"'Oo!:ed amid the agreeable excitement of the royal visit.
"Sweet Charity."
A few months ago James Cam-
e or, his wife and three young children arrived here from  Inverness,
Scotland.   Plain, hard-working people, thoy thought to bettor their circumstances in this new land.    On
the 27th ultimo James Cameron fell
from the deck of the steamer Gertrude, while ou the way fiom this
city to Langley, where his family had
found a temporary resting-place, and
was drowned 1 Thus waa the breadwinner   suddenly   snatched   away,
leaving in absolute   destitution  a
widow and three helpless, because
young, orphans  in   this  new hind
among strangers, far, far away from
their native glens and burns, with
b'«k winter closing in upon them!
We feel that this simple statement
of facts wi'I be sufficient.   'The case
is one which must appeal irresistibly
to the best part of our nature, and
all tbat is necessary in to indicate
bow the opportunity of enjoying "tho
hi sury of doing good" is to bo placed
within eitsy reach of the people. The
ITOTIOB.
A LI, ACCOUNTS AGAINST THK
xV Reception Committee must lie
stint to tlieTrcjiBuroron or beforo the Ctli
of October.   ■
W. H. FALDING,
EcSOtd Sec-Tram.
I0T1CE.
A LL ACCOUNTS AGAINST THK
j\_ SAH'EETON Reception Commit,
tec must Im edit to the Treaauvor on or
bct'o c the -Ith of October.
W. II. FAUUNG,
sellO
Treasurer,
Challenge Accepted!
mHK EXCELSIOR HANI) HERE-
X by pick up the "gauntlefc thrown
down by "Professor Austin" oh hel-alf of
the Victoria Militia Band of amateurs,
and will play thom for §260 or upwards
and the championship of 1jriti3h Columbia. Place, New Westminster* time
5th October,
The Kxccleior**. laving deposited 8100
with Mr. McColl, require tho Victorians
to do likewise.
PHIL. BRANDON,
.-cSOtu Bandmaster
ADVERTISEMENT.
Editor Columbian.—As a subscriber
to your paper and as a citizen and mcr
ehant of Now Westminster, I claim a
short space in your columns for the pu
pose of answering certain strictures on
my conduct regarding the early closing
in ov oi n cut, wliich you lmvo been kimi
enough to publish from time to time; nud
Bufflue to siiy that I have for sale every
thing that fo calculated to feed the bun
cry and clothe the naked) and if need bo
1 will get out of my bed to serve my
customers, winch, I assure yon, are getting to be very numerous. I have not
the least objection that those philanthropists who wish to consult their own case
ruther than their custuiucrs' convenience
close up altogether.
I have the honor to bo, Sir,
Vour Most Obedient Servant,
scaOml       CHARLES MoDONOUGH
iMalliftaiisnt!
—AT—
St Ann's Convent
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
FortlieBenefit of tlie Sisters
THURSDAY,   OCTOBER  5, 1882.
TICKETS      -      -      -      •      §1 00
Children under 15, half-price,
sit Pcrformfliico lo commence ut 7 p.m.
(sc'JO)
SUBSCRIBE
T.-10R TITH llrlllsli Columbian, tho
P   NowRpuner on tlio Muinlniid of British Columbia..   Only g'l a year.
f\50T!_GE.
AN IMPRESSION HATING GONE
abroad that I havo disposed of my
properly at Vort Haney, I hereby state
that Bitch t3 not- the caso.
THOMAS HANKY,
auSOto Tort Haney, B.C.
OTRAYED INTO MY PREMISES,
|£) on or about tho 14th inst., a flock
of tamo Geese. If the owner docs not
prove property, pay charges and tako
them awny within two weeks from the
date of this notice I will sell them to pay
expenses incurred.
W. H. ROWLING.
Truro Form,
North Arm, Sept. 22, 1832.       ao23
T H E
rnHK ONLY BLUE IN WHICH THB
|_ clothes can remain foi' any length
of timo without specking or streaking—
the bent article in the market.
C. I). KNIGHT, Manufacturer,
New Westminster,
British Columbia.
£3" In case of clothes being left out iu
the rain, can put same in Blue over night
and they will not be specked or streaked.
(auiitc)
NOTI-OE-
mHK ANNUAL GENERAL MEET-
|_ ing of the Burrard Inlet Fishing
Co. [Limited) will be hold at the olliees
of the Company on tho 'ifch day of October next, at I p. m., for the election of
Trustees and passago of Bylaws, and at
the samo time n proposition will be laid
before the meeting to take into consideration the advisability of increasing the
capital of the said Company to ■Jf-50,000,
in accordance with the list Section of
the Companies Act, 1873.
B. W. PEARSE,
C. A. VERNON,
By hi:s Attorney hi fact,
B, W- l'KAitsi;,
Trustees.
JAMES I*. RAYMUR,
Secretary.
Burrard Inlet. B.C., Aug. 31,1682.   seti
-:lSi*w'*i^-.
I-HUM dSlll
LONDON, 1883.
TNTENDIXCS   KXUlBITOKS   ARE
L   notified Hint
Saturday, 14th Oct, 1882,
Will bo the LATEST DATE for receiving ut the Olliee of the undersigned in
Victoria,
FOR   SHIPMENT   TO LONDON, ARTICLES INTENDED FOR THE EXHIBITION.
ALEX. C. ANDERSON,    ',
Inspector of Irishorie.s.
Victoria, Ti. C„ 12th Sept., 1SS2.   sell!
"RECEPTION--
or in:, kxckllknoy thr
"■Governor - General-
AND   ITER K0YAL UIQHNJ"S8
The Princess Louise
RECEPTON COMMITTEE:
LIlMelnuos, M. D., Mayor.
Councillor Jaraea Cunningham
*'       David Curtis
*'      D W Shiles
"      William Johnston
"      H "V Edmonds
"       Henry Mathers
Hon Thos It Mclnnes
Hon Hugh Nelson
,1 AR.limner, Esq., MP
Hon W J Armstrong, Prov Soc
John Uohfloii, Esq., M P P
James Orr, Eati., MPP
George Ashwell, Esq., Reevo
George W Howison, Esq., lleevo
James Jolly, Esq., Reovo
William McDotigall, Esq., Reovo
William IT Lndnor, Esq., Reevo
Hugh Boyd, Esq., Reovo
Capt Pittendrigh
Capt Poole
J C Hughe3, Esq
JMcTierimn, Esq
J C Brown, Esq
J K Cluto, Esq
0 K Trew, Esq., MD
J A Sivowrightj Esq., M D
James Morrison, Esq
CJ E Oorhould, Esq
WN Bole, Esq,, P M
J K Suter, Esq
Oapt Irving
Oapt Insley
dipt Odin
Cnpt VauBramer
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C Moponough, Esq
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J Wilson, Esq
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'eeiiniMtauon
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IBM "
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) ents of New Westminster and vicinity that lie is constantly receiving from
Europe shipment** of choice
Wines,
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London and
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Which he will supply
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In Quantities (o Suit Customers.
Also, iu constant receipt, direct from
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Fine Champagnes,
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Fine old Ports
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Rod nnd (lun— tlio auiTomitlings of Port
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From the balcony of tho Hotel in obtained a most magnificent view up and
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way.
The lofty Mount Baker to the South
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the finest subjects for the artist on tho
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Tho "Great Land Slide" of 70 that
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depth of one hundred feot bolo**** tlie
level of the surrounding ground.-, and its
boiling
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Tliose seeking n week's holiday can
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time.
To Invalids, in canes of rheumatism
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Springs Spnn-'iiig Baths net in a most
miraculous way. Invalids will bless the
day they threw drugs to tho dugs nnd
tried the magic jiaths of tho famous
•Springs of Tort Haney.
WILLIAM ROSS,
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Port Honey, Sept. 5, 1882. loll
(EITHER IN LOTS OR BULK)
--ALSO —
(Cottage, taut Me)
Will be sold on tlio Instalment Principle.
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Instiiimohtal Music (piano) l>y a first-'
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The school year constHt** of 40 weeks'
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Uso of Instrument for practice, per
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Washing, SO cents per doz.
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KITH AMD
(Continued.)
"In that caso, go, by all means, and
take my best wishes with you. I will
explain what is necessary to the
others."
"Thank you—thank you/' said she,
shaking his hnnd, anduiddiiig, with a
rather feeble smile, "I will come to
nee you and Paulina again before I return to Irkford. You may depend
upon me."
With which, picking up her sunshade, sho left him, and set hor faco
toward the hill, iu the direction of
Danesdalo. Her heart waa heating
with one of those sudden '-errors which
assail us sometimes without much
cause, -perhaps, but none the leas
potently on that account.
Dr. Went worth had said hev mother
•was not likely to die at once, or evon
very suddenly; but, he had added, sho
might do an; there waa always the possibility of such a thing.
Judith wondored almost wildly why
•they had consented all to leave her.
Who knew what might happen during
their absence? It was just at such
time that things—by whicli sho 111011111.
calamities—so often did happen. And
at any rate she must make nn ellbrt tu
put an end to this unnatural hostility
between herself and her mothor. .if
the latter were to die without having
forgiven her—her heart came to hor
throat at the mere idea of it.
It hnd been nearly four when sho
left the Mallesous' house. Tlio climb
to the top of tho riil-jo from Swaledalo
"Was a steep one. Then camo a rough
but more levol road, where tho moors
■spread aruimd far and wide, uud thou
the path quickly descended again into
•Danesdale, and being directly abovo
the town, was known thereabouts as
Yoresett Moor, or Common.
She met not a soul as sho went up
the hill*—slowly, in spite of hor heart's
'eagerness; sho met not a soul, nnd she
heard scarce a sound, savo Iho melancholy call of the curlew, or tho full-
throated song of the lurk. The shooting season had not begun, so not even
tiie crack of a sportsman's gun disturbed tho quietness. It waa almost
awfully K-ratid and beautiful to see tho
sweeping wastes of purple moor
mark one hill-top aftor another raise
itself into the blue ether, each like a
great incorporato hyniu of praiso to
That which had. planned them "or evor
tho world began."
Judith was not a lover of towns, and
it was therefore natural to her mind
to institute a comparison—to think
how miserable, beside thia vast and
imposing stillness and calm of eternal
nature, appeared the clatter and rattle
and bustle of littlo, fussy, noisy man,
with his railways and his commerce,
clamoring for his rights,-and cheating
hia fellows, inspired apparent ly with
the ardent dosiro to resemble a pike aa
nearly as possible, aud to find the rest
■of his race convenient gudgeons.
lt all came home to Judith, whoso
love for this rather than that was innate and hereditary, but it made loss
impression- upon her than uaunl. because of the fever of her heart and the
preoccupation of her mind.
She at last arrived almost at thu top
ef the steep a3cent. Here the view on
either sido was interrupted by hi-jh
-craigs of *;ray limestone rock, rent and
torn and tossed, while herbage could
scarce find a placo amidst the chaos of
hugo stones and bowlders which lay up
and down, liko tho balls with which
giants or demons had boen playing somo Titanic game. Ily looking back sho could see down into dark
Swaledalo, from which alio hud ascended. Many hundreds of feet it lay below her, and looked like a narrow little passage enough, walled in by h\j
black fells, some of ihe "greate hillea
whore they dytgo leade," spoken of by
the chronicler, whilo ihe "right noble
ryuer, the Swale, forced its way boisterously through ifc," This prospect
waa to tho left. To the right there
was so abrupt a i urn in tho road that
only a few yardB of it wero to bo keen,
and then the cra-;s of limestone shut
it in. Just here was the green and
mossy sourco of a littlo dancing rivulet, which came trickling out of the
rock with the murmur of endless, luw-
voiced contentment, at having come
nafely from the dark womb thnt bora
ifc, and being free to run into the -jay
sunshine and over the broad moors.
It was at this point that Judith perforce sat down to rest a few moments
before taking her way down tho hill to
Yoresett, a descent of full two milos,
which was almost more fatiguing t Imu
the ascent. The great bowlders strewed about offered an abundance of rest-
in*-placei. She seated here-elf upon
one of them, fixed her eyes upon the
little murmuring rill, and waited
awhile. The sun had gone behind one
•f the crags; a fresh, delicate breeze
played upon her faco; she was literally
enjoying the shelter of "a great rock
ina weary land."
The rocks were ho immense, ipid tho
bend in the road to tho right so sharp,
that Bhe neither saw nor heard anything until sho suddonly became ctm*
icious that a ridor was pulling up his
horse at her very sido. 6ho looked up
and half rose, with a smothered cry,
as she saw Bernard Aglionby.
"Ha, Judith! This is greater luck
than I expected," said ho, dismounting, and without further ado throwing
the bridle over a tall stone pillar wliich
stood hard by. Ho camo to her ftjttO,
and said abruptly: "I heard thai you
and your sisters"wero wiih (ho Malle-
Bons to-day, and I waa on my way
there."
"Indeed!"
"Cut it was you whom I wanted to
see," ho added; and thero waa a
strongely breathless and excited look
about him which excited her alao, aud
made her wonder, with a vague alarm,
what was coming.
He seated himself beside her, but
he had not OBked hor how she did, nor
offered to shake hands with her.
"So you are at homo for your holiday?"
'*Yu..''
"Do they loose your chain for long ?
How Boon have you to bo back in
prison ?" -•    >    „
"I have a month a holiday.
"Marvelous! And then, bnck you
mast go, to nurse a lot of Bick men
and womon,. whether you like it or
not."
;I am not going to nurse any more !
myself.   I am going to be a matron,
aud look after iho nurses," she.said,
sayai'. a feeble jest.
"Matron!" eottood ho laughing sarcastically.   "And going back, aro you?
I suppn.se that doctor counts upon you
much as wo count upon sunrise after
sunset?"
"Ho certainly expects mo back."
"You have beon nursing sick people,
though, for threo  yoars,   have  you
not 1"
•Yes, I have."
'And you delight in it, I suppose?''
'No, I do not.J
'You are wretolled in ifc, then?'*
'Oh un! You aro quite mistaken."
■Humph! Neiiher happy nor miserable,   That's an odd state of things.
At  any rato, you arc glad to bo at
home, and you are happy there."
"It is just theve (hat I am not happy. If 1 wero, I should not need to
;0 away."
"An admission at last! And why am
you not happy at homo?1'
' That is  my aS'air," sho replied,
concisely.
•'And mino."
Tho answer followed quick as th
il of thunder on the flash of lightning. She scarcely hud timo to look
at him, startled, when hu said:
"I know why you aro unhappy. Be-
ciuso,  twonty-fivo   years   ago,   your
mother told a lie, or acted one, which
come to ihe samo thin;*, and you havo
mi'iiiitcd (ho crime of finding her
"Ah—hi'1 sho cclahnod, with a
kind of long sigh, as if some great
itraiu or torrible suspense had come to
111 ond: nud ihon, as though remembering hersoK, sho added quickly: "I
don't know what you mean."
"Oh yos", you do," replied Aglionby,
smiiiug. and the accent of his voice
belied ihe accusal ion contained in bin
words: ho brought the impeachment
■•ivinst her, which lie had been con-
inn*? over a hundred times (hiring his
ride up the hill. "You know well
what 1 mean. You discovered thia
wrong that had been clone; you found
tliat you and yours had jiittt escaped
profiting by it. Tliu narrowness of the
escape made you hard and uncompromising. You told me that (lie justice
I had wished to do y*m would scorch
you—yes, benefits from my hand wero
io scorch you—I have not forgotten,
yuu see. The word scorched mo, I assure you. Anil you found my weak
pointi:—you found you could twist, and
turn me to yuur will; so, instead of
giving mo one moment's credit for a
grain of generosity or manly feeling,
you tortured me, and banished mo,
and befooled me; and held mo at arm's
length, and devoted yourself io a martyrdom to expiate the sin. And, above
all, you were determined that 1 should
never know ii'- bh. never! Hard, pitiless wretch that I was. you would
never have given mo the chance of
UsinS the blessed privilege of forjjivQ-
noss. What do you say ' I do not hear
you."
Hii voico had sunk to a whispei* as
he beit nearer to her, and thought he
distinguished something like:
"You did not believe iu forgiveness." .
"Nor you either, it appears," he
sr.id tenderly, though he went on with
hia accusations. "You used your power
over me — for you had unbounded
power over mo from ihe tifoe you became my kinswoman aud my ^uest -
aud I believe you knew it; you used
that power to keep me away from your
mother, who could have explained.
Ah! cho has a tale to tell. I was to
suti'er, and you were to sutler; II.111-
dulf Danesdale.- and yonr sister—-you
did not mind how many of us sufier-
od "
"Pid not mind—oh!"
"We wero all lo suffer, and I was to
renin iu ignorant. Your plans wore
well laid, but they wore not quite
(lawless: tbey have been frustrated,
for Mrs. Oonisbrough sent for mo this
afternoon, and told me all about it.
She wished tu vindicate herself, and
to humble ine."
Hor face had sunk into her hands,
but he could see between her fingers
the scarlet flame that covered it. To
his last words ahu made no reply. 8110
gave no sign. Was it shame, or joy,
01 vr**!'or, that overcame her? Hu bent
ovor toward her, and said, softly;
"Judith;'1
Rhe only turned aside m ailcuco, and
he said:
All this you havo inliciod upon
mo. and I love you the better for ii.
It fallows mo that you thought much of
mo. or you would not havo taken (ho
rouble to do ir. I love you the better
for b, I say—and I love ihe pride, tho
purity, ami the simplicity that dic'atod
your course — and the high-muid-
odiioss that carried you through it all
—and I shall love (hem iho belter
whan my lovo has (tuned ilioir savage*
noes, for ihere is something of iho savage iu tho wry iu which you have
treated me—is there not? Ilut not
enough of it. io repulife me nou1. Your
mother astcd "nr my for^ivoijuss, and
I, before I could givo it her, had io
seo you."
Ho took hor hands gently from bo-
fore hor face, and looked into ii. feel-
in:' as if he liad never known what rejoicing wan before—looked Into it with
eyes which olnlvned as his own overy
scorching blush, and all the aUE*uish of
feat r tut Bhamo and delight whicli
BiViv&Ud there.
"Yuu have sUfferod," he Bald, "It
hrt been my fate to see your wretched-
ncM*. 11 is you who can forgive. What
do yon say V'
"Do not ask mo. I—it is not I. It
ii you who hate been wron* ;od. Jt ia
between you and her."
"It is between you and mc," ho re-
pi'od. emphatically, "From the time
I camo to Rear Font, it lias beon between you and me. Think of the last
three years, and tell me, if you dare,
(hat it ia not between you and mo,
Three such years! Dutl believe ..his
is worth it, after all. If you liad wanted io niaku tho possession of you even
more precious (ban ifc must in any case
have been, you could not have succeeded better. It needs a man to win
you—I havu found that cut long ago—-
a very man; but, you may believe me,
ho sits beside you. and holds your
hands at this moment.''
(To bo doiiUtniHl.)
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AUCTIONEER 1
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Opp. Colmiinl Hotel)
NEW   WF-STAIl.NSTER
SST Several good "Farms for Sale and to
Lease. no 10
TURNER, BEETON & CO;
MERCHANTS,
W11ARF STREET, ■ VlCTOttli.
•A.a*:K:ft*rxs is-os
North Brltlsli ami Mercantile
Insurance lo. Tor Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
'Hi Fmsbury Ch'cna,
London, li, C.
—DEALERS  IN-
GROCEEIIS
 JKTSrTB-
Miscellaneous.
A very large and complete. stock of miscellaneous articles sueh as uro usually
found in a stationery'estiil-Uahmont.
!■';■*■*.'lat;i*'*i. Eyc'-fT'lnnsc**.,
Flaying Curds*, Virdtlng Car*!*,
liu Kims *- Cai-tlH, Car-1-lioartl,
Card C'tiSfs,   Vases, ('iimox,
In ten of nll  let mis.
i nit*.(ttu'iti—iT-.nlii amt fancy,
Photo. AlbumH, Plcturvn-
Aulogrniih   Albums,   Toy**,
Scrap Hooks, Pur Hoi)
Writing D«8ks, (•Solil Perm,
I. miles' Work Il.isk--t-4,
Gentlemen**'.    ret-n-tiif** CascB,
Sl.il.ttB, Velvet Frames* &**., &.v.
W. De FERRIC
CONVEYANCER,
House, Land, Court and
GENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR ol RENT and DEBTS,
Agfnl for Uir.TIUVEl.T.KRS' 1TO1I-
AHOE (JO., or Hiivllonl, Conn.
New Westnln.lor, B. C.
PROVISIONS
WHARF STREET,
NOTICEf-OF
REMOVAL!
Lit:
Having established Businoss in the above
Lilies and hy
RECENT IIFORTATIOIS
European & Eastern Markets
We arc prepared to fill orders to tho
Trade in the following (.Ioods:
COFFEES,
STOAES,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,
per month.
Rock Foremen... .§3 00 to 84 00 $ day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to
3 00     "
Bridge Foreinon.. 3 00,
Bridge Carpenters,
Bridgo Carpenters,
2-aB'oltUra  2 00
3 50    "
Blneltsmiths,    lot
class  3 00
Blacksmiths,   2nd
Blacksmith Helper*)   J 00 to
2 00     "
2 00     '*
1 75    "
Hewers, 1st class   3 B0
Choppers, Istclnss 2 liO
Scorers, 1st class    2 flO
WILLIAM &KQLL
JliEGS TO INFORM HIS NUMER-
>   ous patrons that he liaa removed
his Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Where will ho found, as usual, a complete assortment of
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS-,
And a fine line of
Dry Hoods, Gents' Fnmisliing
Goods, Ac- &c*.
Whieh will he Hold nt tho LOWEST
POSSIBLE PRICES for Cash.
Ho thanks his friends for their past
littoral patronage and hopes for a continuance of thesame. mhl
All outside lahor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to hirnish tlieir own
Chest Tools.
All Employee? to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will he convenient
along tho Line.   Board—*$4 per. week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees Jo hoard in the Company's Houses.
Wages will he paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A.   0MDESB01TK,
Gexkkai, Makaokr.
Office ok the Coxtraotobsi
Canahun PAmnbRailway,
Yale, Mareh 1, 1881.
Pianos & Organs.
Having iiiadeiinustiallyfavorn.l)lcn,rrnnge-
ments with sonic of the leading Piano
makera iu Boston, New York, Baltimore, and elsewhere, wc arc aide to oflei* a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
at little more than has heretofore been
askod for a very inferior instrument. Wo
havo the exclusive agency in this Province
for tho lioc I'ianoa mnimfncturod by Henry V. Miller, of Boston, A number of
these Pianos, imported by im, nre now in
this city,  and they are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRCE
over brought into this country. We arc
also agoutis for the Knaho Pianos, the
Stcinway, tho Weher, the Decker, and
others, any 0110 of which we enn supply on
the most favorable terms. Wo are agents
in tliis province for the Dominion Orgilll
(JO'B. OrglMH (of liowinniivillc, Ont.), and
IV. Bell A CD's. OrgllllS (of Guelph,
Out.), and tlie leading American Organs.
Persons Intending, to Purchase
a Pinno or Organ nf any kind, Canadian,
Anierici.ii or Kttropcan, wilt find it to their
advantage to communicate with us.
Every Mar, to ills Own Business
.A-.
PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEBSIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OLT. (jOMmii IIOTIX),
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   13. C.
I'liyslelniis' Prescriptions anil Family llccl|ios a Specialty.
N. 11. — Only Gomiino Drugs used.
Ovor twenty years' Exporionco.    mr&l
Sheet Music.
Tho largest osBortment of Vocal and Instrumental Muaic to bo found anywhere
on the Mainland. Baton, duets, trios,
'Hiartcttes, choruses, both secular and
sacred. A fine collection of tbo very hest
I'iano Solos, carefully selected by some of
thu hest pianists in tlie cast. Hhcct music
sold at New York prices,
Music  Books.
Always on hand, a good assortment of
Instruction Hooks for Piano, Organ, Violin, etc. The new and enlarged edition
of Richardson's Piano Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music books.
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
in stock will be ordered promptly.
Ji TU1EB/
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
BUNTS,  I»!I1TS, ic., C(*i/,,KCTIil*,
Loans Negotiated, ami a Genoral
Agency Business transacted,
AGENTS  FOR TIIF.
I'hcnlx Fire Insurance Company of
llrooKI.ni, mul tho
Eqnliablc Life Assurance Society
or tlie Unltoa States,
(ci.nii'.i, HTtitxr,
NEW  WESTMJNSTEB,   11. C.
V. O, Box 40.
Cnmlles, Rice, Syrup, Oliccse,
bi-letl frails, Canned Gnoils,
Vinegar, Baking Powder,
Soap,
Goal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pear!'Barley,
BEANS,
BRSOMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And all other Gooda iu thu Grocery and
Provision Lino.
THE
SAN FRANCISCO BULLETIN
—THE—
Leading Evening Newspaper
West of Rocky Mountains.
ET IS Tira UECOGXl/.KD A UTYIO-
rlty in Coiiihitnrliil ntid  fhmndhl Olrclcfl,
mul tlm boat (■'ninil-.' .lotirnfil on tlio 1'uclllu coast.
fJcrvrjt, liy curriers in 8flit BMnoimw
■uitlllii* towns uf tlm Iht'ii'iiSr nt Ji5*. \o>r M'..«li
Ily limit' iioataj'0 'mi-l SlB [lorytinr.
TEE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Inamiuniimtli twolvo-fiipi'jonniiil, nml in *m>-
)>oi*li(*n to ita aim llieolionpwit |Mi[ior in tlio conn try
SUBSCRIPTION KATES.
Tlm WobMy ml tin* Icrltlny Uullotln,
mininLi 1n|*i'tli«r tin* most <*i.iii|i!«ti* Senit-
IVoukly iiiiIiIIsIh-iI on two I'udik Const, will
io Weill tun.,** ii'lilrp*'1*, I'ostitgo **Hi<l, on thu fut-
iivlng tortus t
Weekly anil Friday Bulletin.
ous Debility,Ex"'-
hnustcd Vitality
of it iiy k i n d,
Weakness, Pnr-
alyaia, Prosta'-
■lorrliocii.iin'l -til
•llio torriblo effects ol'joulhful
,^^__^___ miittircr yonrs,
DIE. ttlHTIE will attfie to forfeit
KlVO UlllKllTll llflllilPIl for n ensn of
.his kltirl lhe Vital KestorAth'ti (under
liis special ndviue nnd treiilmentjwill not
cure, or for nnvthlrg itrnmro or injurious
found in St. ftl{. MINTIK'routs ail Ilis-
onsDfl snceessfully willmiit niercnry.
COIlSUl till foil free. Tliorouph Mniiti-
nutioii and inlvico, S6.*00, Pi ice of Vital
KestonUlVCj $3*00 a liottle, or tour
times rhe qtiiintify, Sl0-00; sent lo any
Rddrcsti tijion receipt of pri'eo, or U O. I)M
Bectiro'frnin observatlOii, nnd in jirivnlo
nnnie if desired, by A. B. MINTIfig
M.l).
Those who ennnot vlMt Mt. "HliVTIR
in Han Francisco fihonld solid a full and
tniniile stiUometit ot their irntililr? with
@2fr00, and in return n full course of
Mbdicinc will be fDrwnnbil, Bacnrcly •**
pnoltod, bo ns not to excite einiouity.
All orders for medicine 0, 0.1). must
be accompnnied with $i:.0Q (ns n piiar-
nntefi of flood fnitii), whieh will be tlc-
ilu'.-teil when llio nncknge is ihippe-il.
SAMPLE BOTTLH FftliK.—Sent on
npplicntton by k-tier st.niai* fiymptorai,
sex and nf»c. Ct.nnuiininntiotis airietly
coiifiiloiiti.il. jnj-31-ly
IB Kcnrucy Slrei't, &mFrnuulsco, Cnl*
oerspiiiv i goTs
NO. 11 KEARNIiY STREET*
SAW S-RAITCISCO, CAL.
01.Il. SP1NHKV, well l;n..v;n «i Ita torn.
Si*   dni.ril.eM..iilr.;il.!l.. K.JMeilkal I.i.H-
l.lle .1 Int. l'r..|,ri..|.ieol tlie SIMN'NBVVII.I.B
INrlKM.lKY, we.il.l me,l ,e..|.erlt.illy liifi.nn
his lintleiila ...nl II... ellil.t...! .-..|...:allv. lint lio
-till r.i,.tliiil..r. In ticet .lirenle..nil iii-ivinie 0H-
...i^i.« with uii]i.iniH..|,..l giieceM.
LADIES AND GaMTiaMBW.
tkOmmiiticr Hint pmcraitlimtlon h tbo I hi. f of
timo
WooWy Bulletin Alone.
BnnltUncM liv Prnn, I'ostolUne Ordor, V«tU,
t'nrgoft Co'd lliiptffitM, and lUglrtorwl Loiter, at
tmr risk.
FREE SEED mSTltlBVTION.
nciimilifwrllinrwlltl
ernl
it T T, H« Pearson k Co. Iiavci jUfjfc received tllroct front tlm manufaotorlos in
Ontario n heftVy invoice of of Stationery,
incholiii'* Lottdr-pvoBBoa, &o,
Insurance.
AVo arc ngAitii for tlm Noutii BRITISH
anii Mbiuiantilk Fiur. Imsdhanob Co.;
Cupitnl, $10,000,000 j Loflsea paid, .?2o,-
000,000. Also, tlio CoNvuDKiUTioN Life
AsHor"/iTinN, offering tlio lowest rntca on
tlio bO sctutrity of any company doing
luisiiicss in Canada.
T. E. PEARSON & CO.,
OolltmblttSt. (Iii'lwi'i'ii O. O. Mnjor's nm) Jntnos
(iniiiiiiii'liuiii'n).
Now Westminster, B. C.
ESTABLISHED   IN   1852.
L P. FSSHEE'S
1ST T3XT7-E.". jE" J&. 3E» 331  7-&
fflDVERTISING
H-fiJS- "E?I3 TOBhT «C2 ~3&T
Kooms 20 aittl 21, Verrlitints* Kx-
changc, t'aMI'arnia HU, S. F., Cal.
NB.-ADVE1tTIfiINf* SOLICITED
.    (..r Ull iii>u..|,n|.iTK nuiaiflu .1 mi Hi- |*r.e..V
OmiHt, tin* ("iitiihvirli IhIhii'Ih, I'olytii'ulii, Muxlrnn
i'nrti, I'niiiiniii, Vfil|mi'iiimi, Jn]-iui, Cliinu, Now
Zt-iihinil, tliu A list rn I in ii Colfitilcs, llm Knsturn
fltittits nml l-.iimi'ij. Kih'8 nf mmi-ly iircry iiowh-
{Mper jiiilillslmil nn thi* Pncilii* Oi-nct nre kupt
cniiritiii/lly• on liiitnt iiml nil iiilviMtlHurn itr
niiiiwi'ii iruo itccons tntlK<m during busliioan lioum
■Tim llniTisn Cot,uoM*f in ''"-i'i on filont tin)
offlcunf L. I'.KlStlKR.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is called to tlio umlernotod Goods- on
which tho iniiMb LIBERAL INDUOK-
MEKTS M'ill ho offered to tho
Trade, an wo are
SOLE
Agents for BritisliOolumliia
 ,,,.. ,«i Vii'iuiihii*'VitKK, vi:tu:-
'AHI.I-; nml V 1,01V i:It SKKDS, I'lnml Iu vuluit in
hu Kill) i-i'l|ition [irici1 of the pupor.
#2r*Suinl fur BHliilileCojiy, glvlnij full pfirtieulnr**,
AiWreaa,
S. F. BULLETIN COMPAXT,
9AN FRANCISCO.
Oitlirorilln.
COr^3AM.O BE HBAIiED.
li mutter*- not what your tronlil
iiml ift thb Doctor oxiimino jm***.:
[■nfit yon liotllln-j fer con-nillithn
nml .vilify ypuraclvce ffhotIit*r tlii
h ton da yuitrcufiD. It liMcitticurt
if not, hu will tell yo
uniiv li'i.rointi
pnio. H wilt
, -Jo iitonsa cnll
Doctor untjoi-4
vuti Ik- will toll
tor hu will
vim mi;  ii mn, in. win «n jvii ....... ,.-i  ..u .....
mil nn.k'i'lakii a CilBD UnlotH llB IB coiil)il«;il nf of-
fif-tin.* n rnro.
I'artlw at u (lletiuiPH wlshinf* trimtim-nt, by
Buii-lii,*- J2,'> nml « inliinti* i!i'fci-l|iliiui nf Ihplt-
tronMM will rtvelvo In retitrn n full oourad of
h'tmtmt'llt n'lin.lv patked coun not tnosi-itii ctl-
rl.nity.
lilt. aPINNBy will (nmnthtw tn l-H-folt Fivo
Ttuiitlrwl li.illnrj lor oTory ciitw nf miy kind or
rliiirnftcrwliicli li.. r.ii.li*]l;ik,..iiuiil MU tnairo.
I'. j-i.—For atmmBM <>r 8h"rl HtiimlhiR, n fnll
co'nrnp ot modlcinca, mifllcli'iit fur n cure, wltti
nil iimtim-llons, will bu imlt to any udilrum. on
rKulptof$10.
Call or Atklrt-ja
tr. SP1KMF.Y & CO.,
nai-ly     No. 11 KMrney-Bt.,gitnFmmcl«in,Cni:
NOTiOB
I my branch Purnituro Store in New
Woatininutev to Mr. John G. Bunto, who
fo autliorizod to collect all outataiiding
tlehta, and will pay till liabilities in con*
ueotlon tltorcwith.
I take this opportunity of thanking
my customers for their liberal patronago
in the piif-t, anil trust the iiaiuo will lie
extondoy to my successor.
Tho bitslnoafl In Victoria will ho continued ns tiattnl liy tho uiiilersiyned, ■
JACOB HKHL.
Now West;, Aug. 2ml, 1882.
G00DASG0LD BAKING FOWDfcR
The Best and Cheapest.
BEACON   LIGHT  COAL OIL,
Water "White and Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Boing  tho  Largest Size and Best
Tobacco.
SUBSCRIBE
FOE THK Hrltisli Columbian, the
Newspaper on tho Mainland*of British Columbia.   Only §'". a, yoar.
Our Goods are Gua
ranteed of the highest standard in duality, and are offered
TN CONNKCTION WITH THE'A
X   Lovo notico,   tho undersigned haa
plcionrc ill aiiiiounoinu tlmt ho is now
proimved to Biipply nH kimh. of Furniture, &c, ut the lowest poHsihlo pricce.
IJahinet work and Upholatering done
promptly and in liret-clasu stylo.
BSS»SJ3aEEEI5SSESS2!2!t5SsaSi«j
To DiSRASES, COMPtAIKTS a.ld AcClDEn-PS
whicli Hagyard's Yi.li.ow On. is Ri.an.n-
teed to CU.0 or relieve cither in WAH or
Heast.
TAKEN IHTEI1KAILY FOU
CROUP, I COUGHS,
CHAMPS, SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, Ac
APPLIED tXTEHHALLY FOR
RHUUM-ITISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMENESS,
COXTRAC1IONS
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUSLUMPB
STIFF JOINTS,
FROST RITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
PAIXINRACX,
FAIN In BIDE, to.
In all its branches. Tho undersigned
lias tho only 11EAKSE in the City.' A
continuance of public patronago solicited.
Old aland, next Ocoideut Hotol.
J. CI. 1IUNTE,
Lato Mnnagor Sohl'a Uianch Furniture
Store. nunte
Every bottle c»amr.tced to givo satiofoc.
tion er money refunded.
DIRUTItKIS WITH EACH DOTTIE. PRIOE HSo.
"*.HIij3*ra*i* E- 00., ft-optfotora
TOKO.NTO, OS1'
iS3SSS51S2
NOTICE.
•VfOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN, that.
.1^1 at the expiration of Sixty days
from the date of this notice I intend to
make application to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to purchase threo hundred and twenty
acres of unsurveyod, unreserved, and unoccupied Crown land on Texada Island,
New Weatiniilstcr District, describod as
follows:—
Commencing at the South-East comoi'
of Lot 8; tliorfco true South, 40 chains;
thence trno West, 80 chains; thenoo trno
Nui'thj 40 chuins; thence true East, 80
chains, to the point of conunoncoiilcnt.
CHAS. E. 1'OOI.EY.
Victoria, B.C., Aug. 23,1882.    .nu20m2
-AT THE-
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
ALL ACCOUNTS NOT  PAID BY
tho 15th inst. will ho placed In tho
hands of a Collector with instructions.
W; it, FRENCH.
New West.,.Tuly.1,1882. Iy.)

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