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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Ivciy Wednesday & Saturday.
ROBSON BROTHERS.
(FFIOE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entrance to Editorial and Business Department through T. R.
Pearson & Co'l. COok & Stationesv Store,
TaaU-ty tteil, 13 » year ; $1 50 far 0 am..,
$1 fbr 3 mns.t pay.ble In Advance. ItelkeeeJ
tty'Oaerler or Agent, tl por quarter, iiavatlo
qaerlerly to Carrier or Agent.
T.N. HlBBEN 4 C
Km. Harrison ■•
AlSENTS!
••Victoria.
•■Yale.
t, P, FI3IUR AdveiUelag A'geat, 21 Merelinat'e
KxellMlite., San e'laaclece, igmlttierl.cil to receive
Adeertlsemerit, for tills paper.
»   the fritislt dohtmbhm.
Saturday HnniliiR. Jnn<* .1, iHWt.
Salmon Breeding lo llrltJsli
Columbia.
' (From Hiimard.)
INQUIRY.
Hon. ]*h, McINNES (British. Co-
lumbia) Mfce to enquire
'^Whether \l; \* the intention of the
Government to*ploco a sum' in the Supplementary Estimates for the purpose of
erecting thia year a Salmon Hatchery on
the Fraser fiiver, British Columbia?''
He said: I may Ray that, since
placing; tliis notico in the hands of the
Clor-kto.be printed on Friday last, I
find the Supplementary Estimates
have come down, and t regret very
much indeed to see that there is no
provision made for the erection of a
•salmon hatchery on the Eraser River,
British Columbia. Three yean ago,
when I had the honor tu occupy a
float ih the .other branch oi tlie Legislature, I brought this question—a
question wf vital importance to tin in
British Columbia--beforo the notico
nf tho Minister of Marino and fisheries ami of the tjrovernmeiifcj and I
finally succeeded hat year in getting
the Minister of Marine and Fisheries
to promise that a Bum would be placed
in the Estimates for this year, But
I regret ret -say*, aa wo all regret to
know, that owing to the serious illness
uf the Minister of Murine nnd Fisheries,
tie has been unable to take his seat in
Parliament this Session, or to continue
the duties of bis Department. Hmv-
over, I renewed my application to the
Acting Minister- and was lead to believe up till within two or throe days
torn that provision would be made for
the establishment of a hatchery in my
province. I would ask tho indulgence
•of the House for a few minutes whilo I*
"endeavor to show tho vast importtinoo
of this in Wry to the Province of
British Columbia, aud to compare tho
fishery interest of Hint; province with
those of the other provinces of this
great Dominion. In tho firat place I
will give the total amount in value of
fish, fish-nils, and of the skins aud furs
tif the various marine aninmls, products
of our seas, lakes and rivers. I tiiul
according to supplement number two
•of the eleventh annual report of tlie
Minister nf Marine and Fisheries,
which is the last that lias been brought
down, that tho total value of fish, iisli-
nils, skins and furs of mnrll.il animals
for the different provinces is as follows:--
Quebec.; „ $2,357,220
Nova Scotia  <>,02,),10(>
New   Brunswick  2,744,4-10
Prince Edward Island.. 1,402,31)2
Ontario ,.,,     440,401
Thero is nothing given for Manitoba;
nnd last but not least comes British
Columbia with a total of 80,339,321.
\ You will observe tliat in British Cu-
r, lumbia the total catch was neiu-ly
A 8100,000 more even thnn that of Nova
a Scotia.
Hon. Mil. MILLER-Of fish?
Hon. Mb. McINNES-Of fish-not
* only including fish, but oils, aud alt
Iy, the products that year of the waters of
', Neva Scotia.
I Hon. Mb. KAULBACfl-You will
k find it is only 950,000.
4 Hon. Mb. M0INNE8-I did not
figure it out exactly, but it is about
\ 875,000. It will therefore bo seen,
• lion, gontlomeo, that the value of the
catch of fish, fish-oils, and fur-boaring
marine animals in British Columbia
1 nmouhted to one-third uf that of the
<i entire Dominion. I will now call your
J attention to tho exports from tho dif*
liferent provinces. I find, according to
'•the same report, that thu exports
Amounted tu $rt,8u7,715- that is, for
the whole Dominion, Of that amount
'J'British Columbia contributed last year,
"? according to tho report uf tho Doinin-
Pion Inspector of   fisheries for that
VOLUME 21
ttEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATUltDAY, JUNE 3, 1382.
NUMBER U
Ontario $ 2
'•Quebec , •, w. 3
Nova Scotia 8
New Brunswick '. 2
Prince Edward Island 1
Tho aggregate cost of tlie construction of these natcheries has been 930,-
000, and the annual maintenance $22,-
000. Each hatchery costs on an average $2,000 per year for maintenance,
I do not find any fault with the amount
of money that haa bo-en spent in thoir
construction and maintenance: in fact,
I believe it would be money well
spent were it ton times tire amount.
For instance, last year I find that tlie
Sandwich hatchery on tho Detroit
River distributed no less than 13,500,-
000 young fish. In addition to what
money has been expended in tho cultivation and natural propagation of ..ah
ih the Eastern ProviwEosVtliero- is a
sum placed in the estimates of §150,-
000 for deep sea fisheries, Tliat I believe also is a move in the right direction, and before many years will give
a handsome return for the money invested. Now, I wish to draw tlio attention of the House, for a few
moments, to what tliey are doing to
tho south uf us. I iind that in the
United States they have thirty hatcheries or tis'li-breeding establishments-,
two of which belong to the Federal
Government, and cost $470,000—that
is, including the maintenance of the
institution since it was established in
1871. Thy fliiMiiil . maintenance of
these two establishments is $62,000.
The remaining -hutch erios belong to
the different States. I find tjuit there
nre 28 States, each of which lias a
hatchery—the cost of maintenance
annually is as follows-:
Maine,...-. $2,043 00
New Hampshire 1,000 00
Vei'tnunt    750 00
Massachusetts ■. 5,750 00
Rhode Island 1,005 00
Connecticut 8,320 00
For the five Eastern States, the first
cost of building tiie hatcheries amount
ed to §201,728.
Tho cost of building hatcheries in
the three Middle Status and tlio cost
uf maintenance is an follows:
ilillltll'llg nml  cinfc        .        ,
or iiiiiiiituii-iiKKj   ,  ?,""■■
since Lii.lt,       »'«li|tt)iinuco
Now York... ■§105,000 813,750
Noiv Jersey...   20,500 3,270
Pennsylvania..   00,530 12,437
The following is the coat of building ami annual cost of maintenance of
hatcheries 111 the other Status 1 have
above enumoratod.
R. T. WILLIAMS,
r)OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
) and Blank Book Manufacturer,
Maps nnd Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
otc, neatly and cheaply Bound.        *
Government Street, Victoria, It. 0.
ARTHUR W. SULLIVAN,
DEALER.   IN
raEBlL MERCHANDISE
GRANVILLE, B. I.,
MORTON   HOUSE,
SPENCE'S BRIDGE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
THE ABOVE HOTEL IS NOW
open for tho accommodation of the
Public, anil tho proprietor will endeavor
to deserve a fair share of patronage.
The very hest of AVixes, LlQr/ons and
Ci(!.,ns ivifl always he kept.
C,   MORTON.
July 1, 1881. aiiO
Contractor and Builder.
PUNS 1111(1 Sl'KIJIl'IC.lTWSS CAKE-
1'UUY MAUli OUT.
ALflO AIJKNT POR THB
Asphalt Roofing Company.
This ia the BEST and CHEAPEST
Roofing now in use. Cull and examine'
model roof,
tW Shop cornor of Mackenzie k Clark -
soli Streets, New Westminster.     ap!2
FIRE INSURANCE.
Hull.
(If
Maryland.....
Virginia ......
West Virginia.
South Carolina
Georgia	
Kentucky	
Ohio	
Illinois .......
Michigan	
Wisconsin	
Minnesota ..,,
Iown	
Kansas	
Nobmsku	
Colorado 	
California	
.line, lout ce.t
ninieleiuinee
■luce luiilL
870,500
. 1,600
. 3,900
800
.   2,000
:  1,100
. 20,000
.  3,000
. ftj,000
. 118,800
22,600
. 22,760
2,000
. 1,000
. 1,200
. 37,000
Animal
niiltiletiulice
J10.580
3,000
l,:)oo
800
600
2,200
14,000
1,600
0.1100
4,860
4,200
1,760
600
1,000
000
3,700
TIIE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with .Scottish Commercial)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, ■ £2,000,000 Sterling
Risks accepted nt  Current Rates of
Premium hy
JOHN C. BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminster. .
li
1" province, whicli 1 have in my hand,
11,454,331, or one-fourth of tho en-
tiro export**, of the products of tho
l waters of our Dominion,   Hon. geu-
u tlemen who have road or hoard the
k* Budj-jot Speech of tho Finance Minis*
I* ter, delivered during tlio present Ses-
laion, will thore Ami that tho amount
Jul the Mine •« I have given.   1 would
now oall the attention of Iton. gentlemen to the amount that it has cost
each   provinco   annually fur  fishery
officen:
JpnUrlo ...". 812,003.00
Quebec  12,601.00
Wova Scotia  14,180.00
tffow  Brunswick  12,21)1.00
^Manitoba         19.75
British Columbia    1,390.00
' For overseers nf the different hatch*
trios, 120,100, making a total of $80,-
y02,65. British Columbia cost leas
than one-fiftieth of the whole amount,
t will now show how those overseers
ir fishery officers are distributed.
-Vccording to the same report, on page
mLt I find that
Ontario had.,.,  82
•Quobeo .103
Nova Scotia 240
New Brunswick 107
Prince Kd ward bland  44
' British Columbia    2
.Of fish brooding superintending nffi-
ir» there aro 15, making a total of
1)4 fishery officers in the Dominion,
ud ef that number British Columbia
us only two, and tht) actual salary
.nt they get is $1,250, I find accord*
g to tho same report tlmt wo have
ovon fish-breeding establishments in
it Eastern Provinces, hew:
The total cost of constructing hatcheries or fish breeding cstabli. huutits
iu the United States since 1871, when
tht first establishment of that nature
was constructed, has been 91,300,378.
This gives us an idea of what they
tire doing in the way of artificial pro**
tmgatioit of fish in the United States.
1'hey are becoming fully alive to the
importance of their fisheries, aud.
many rivers aud lakes that were almost
fished out a few years ago are now
teeming with fish. I know of ono
niysolf, tho Sacramento Kiver, iu tho
State of California, that fivo years ago
very few salmon were to be found in;
this last year they have caught nearly
as many salmon in it as were ever
known to have buen caught there beforo canneries were established. Anothor reason why I consider that we
have a just claim ou the Government
for the establishment of a hatchwry in
British Columbia is this.-'Unfortu*-
nately we were uot a part of tlm Dominion of Canada when the Washington treaty was buiug nogotiated, and
by some unaccountable oversight British Columbia was left out. The consequence is wu cannot send a pound
of fish, fresli or salt, into tlie Uniled
States murkots, as our friends from the
Maritime Provinces aro rthlo to do,
Why we havo not supplied the peopjo
of Ontario and Quebec with salmon to
a very groat extent for the last few
years, is owing to the fact that it has
been almost impossible to get tho fish
down to California aud havo them
shipped in bond from thore because of
the annoyance in conned inn with the
Customs duties and bunding .system.
It lias been a groat drawback to us
there nnd it is ono reason why I think
we are entitled to ivsmall expenditure
of money in British Columbia for the
purposo of propi-gating thu earlier
runs of salmon, especially in tho Frasor River. I may any that it was not
until July, 1874—eight years'ago—
that the first cannery was established
in that provinco; it was built iu iny
own town, New Westminster, and wns
opened on tho 1st of July of that year.
To-day wo have no loss than fourteen
canneries, and these last year gave
employment to over 3,000 men, women nnd children. Two years ngo tlie
total export of salmon alone amounted
to 9305,000, and last year we exported
of canned .salmon $1,0(13,(150 worth,
We exported pickled salmon
to tho amount of 830,332.00
Fresh Salmon  38,450.00
Smoked Salmon    1,450.00
Mixod FUh, piokled       450 00
Herrings     1,250.00
Smoked Herring    2,500,00
(OnnclmJcil on Third Pug.!.)
SELLING OFF I
--AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
THK BjmilB STOCK OK
Furniture,   1'kturcH,   Mouldings,
Wail Paper, and Undertaker*'
Goods,
In thu Store lately occupied by David
WithruW.
Orders for Goods which arc not on
: hand will be filled from Victoria on short
notice.
For furtjicr particulars, apply on the
premises, Columbia Street, Now; Westminster, or to
J.   SEHL,
Vliitni'iu, B. C.
^ThTwebb,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
SAW   FIMVC,    KI.Y   HTTIXr.,    I,«M'K.
M.1IITII. <1 n'P.t.KY I'-tOI \I»,
Missoiw nii titi->Ai:ii,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Sale,
liithiTHn-. .lit-nit r<1. unil tlio n mil Repiilr-
Inn neatly dime.
Ammunition of all kinds. A full assort*
ment of lie ■hiding Tools, and everything
required by a Sportsman. Kipi,ks, Shot
Cuss, Revolvers,1 and Kwuixo Tackle
for sale. clSiy
ADVANTAGES OF THE
COAL OIL
Over Ihe Refined Oils of Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
Popular Market
COJMIIU STUEKT WfiST.
W. J. FRENCH,
PROPIUCTOR.
CONSTANTLY ON HANI), the krg-
\J   est mul choicest ilssol'tnicnt of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES.
LAMB, VEAL, TUBKEYS, to., in
senson.
Families, Kestmtronts, ami Steamboats
supplied nt- .tjie lowest prices and with
the utmost care. '
Now Westminster, B. C.
dcIO
ESTABLISHED 1S59.
KOBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Xcurlj opposite tlio Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER*
millS LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
J.   assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on haml, nml supplied to*Fum-
ilics, Itcstauniiits, and Steamboats nt tiie
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
MUSICAL iisTRUlfflTS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY;
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fino Af-ssortmcut; from §25 to ?(i0,
B.itiNAIjLfeCO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
(iOVKIIHIKXT STItEKT,  VICT0K1A.
J.  BAGNALL,
I'lASOFOUTE&OllfiANTl'NKIlttKm'AMII-'.H
PURE- CLYDESDALE 8TALLI0\
'mm**
"GLENGARRY."
TjlIRST PRIZE AT OREGON STATE
J.' und District Fairs. iJiun nml Sivo
impoi'toil from Scotland; color, liriglit
tlnpploii.bnyj height. 17 hands; weight.
1800 lbs. Will make the season nt owner's farm near Victoria.
-3F1X3 X&.1*X £$E
Ska.hox—$.S0| due when Maril sent.
iNsntAScV:—S40, duo when Maro in
foal,
Mares served at risk of owners.
Makks riiom Mat.vlaxd met nt Steam*
er at Victoria and returned to same! no
extra charge whatever.
"YOUNG HAMBLETONIAN"
From "Pathfinder" Mare, to a few Mures
ut §'25 the Heason.
J. D. PKMBKUTON,
ajilii Victoria, jl^x 3ih
THE BEACON LIGHT is
an Oil of High Test with a light gravity,
Which makes the Oil 11 protection against
explosion.
Ono Ordinary Rurnor jrlves ti (Brilliant) Light equal 10 Tun (audio
Wits!
Its odor is not offensive.   The Beacon
Light Oil is
FREE  FROM  SMOKE & SMELL.
In point of Economy, the Beacon Light
Oil is
LlSt-IM  K\l'i:\SIVi;  TIIAK OTIIt.lt OILS.
The Consume? burning one light—for
Four Hum's—will not consume over Ono
GUI, or one thirty-socohd part of. a flal*
Ion. wliich does not tax the Uoiiflumoi'
moro than Two Cents (or it whole night.
OlTEVHfifMER BROS,,
iei Sole Agenta, Victoria, B.C,
"PRINCE   IMPERIAL"
WMLL STAND FOU THE SEA-
son of \SS-2, coiiniioiicing uhout
loth iiiRt. Season from nrrivul to con-
tltino till 1st July, travelUiiff from Lad-
nor's Landing to ('hilliwhacli.
"PIUNCE IMPERIAL" is a dappled
Orcy, fi years old, stands HI hands high,
weight about 14.10 lbs,, short-legged,
(ilosoly built (sired by Myers' "White
Priiuui"), with splendid action; good feet,
and docile temper; good worker, nnd
sure foal-getter, Testimonials will at"
company him,
Tenns for Scnsoh.. $10
Insurance   10
Cash payable at end of season. Casli
for insurance when mure is known to be
in foal, or has been parted with.
Not responsible for accidents, hut nil
care taken,
For further particulars apply to
R. A. PURVKR.
Ladner's Landing, April 4, 1SS2.      np,">
ROYAL  CITY
SILLS
(X.I«Z*J*BDI
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—a 1,1, jinscitiraoNS of—
Rough k Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Planus;", Scroll-Sawing, Turn-
lug, Sliiipliif;,
And nil Rinds of WOOD-FINISHINGi
executed to ordor with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH   CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   6.
JOHN HENDRY,
Ma SAO EH.
J. H. PLEACE & CO.
IMTOnTKHS AST) DEALERS IX
STOVES,
BANGES,   toC, &C.
Souse Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hnnd, at
the LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Tinware mwiufactured on the prcmi-
808.   .Tohbing promptly attended to.
[101 r.l.OI.I, > STO\i: III 11 l'!M..
Xrw tVi-siiuliiMi-r.
SniAltOOATbD.
IMi        ITHEtiY
ily recommended1
llillOIIHIII'tU,
H'*:tiT-.l''lio,   ('on-
S.lli:iiilllI.IlHll(H'H-
t>i/7iiic*.H, Hrnrlliurn,
f treat It. im* of Ap*.
-...,.**, .liimuUro. Ia|i of
lituitopy, Hour (■.(inuni'ht Llrcr 1'om-
tilfllut.orti'iy i ili*ii*:---i Miisiiu: fmm tlio Hinm<
itch, liowclii or1 Kiilufljv*, They art flare.
lull;!Mitt lhniTiii;;'hIn L!iuir;n:tioii, Froiultoil
I mHl,li>D,bid
laBSJ "nil  lire
(10 TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
■   'AND OUT   YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
BOOTS AND SHOES OF KVK11Y
description miule to order, nnd re-
[Xdrett, 'win un
INFANT'S  SHOE
—Til    A-".
xa.jk.vt'&  boot.
Tho liiglirat CASH prloo jwid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
OmisiTi: Tin! Uask,
imperTal
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'lf,
1 Old Ruoai) St. and 10 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Mcrchnn*
disc, Miuiufiieturhitf and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harluu- or Dock, mid tho
Cargoes of audi Veaaols; also, Ships Imihl-
big and repairing, Jkrges and other Vos-
Sela on navigahlo rivers and canals, and
Goods on board bucIi VesBDlfl, throughout
Great Britain nml Ireland and in Foreign
Countrien,
FROM LOSS OK BAMAtjK BV FIKK.
Subsoribed and Invested Capital,
:ei,600s000 STG.
Kates of Premium and evory iufonna*
tion ban he obtained on application to
W. .1. AKNSTKONli,
Agent for Noiv Westminster.
COLONIAL
HOTEL
COLUMBIA STREET,
l?6w   Westminster, B. C.
HAVING PURCHASED AND
completely re-funiished and
othenvisc greatly improved this
utII-Juiowu establishment, I have
the pleasure to announce that it s'3
now
For the reccpLibn of Guests.
Conviently located aud well appointed in every department,  with
BATH ROOMS
And all the most modem appliances, it will be found in every
respect the best, as it is the largest
aim most commodious, Hotel on the
Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very best
management both aa regards cuisine
and attendance, and parties desiring
them can have comfortable Private
Dilli".'; U00I..S with special attendance.
So
BAR   KOOM
Is stocked witli the choicest Wines
and Liquors, and the best brands of
Cigars will always lio kept on hand.
The
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and
provided with Sfi.AHi.K's Patent
CUSHION TABLKS, the best in
uso.
SaT Good ilttei.d.lnce and  moderate charges.
.T. E. INSLEY,
PttOPftTBTOR k MANAOEn,
Jfot-gitlcm-folitnt.
April 4, I8S2.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BUUHAKD       INLET*.
Xow Ir Rullt mid Km Iy Furnislicd.
LnpRt- and Commodious.
ONE OF TKE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an unbroken view   of  that
magnificent shoot of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of    the   Canadian   Facihe
Railway,
siiis   of   noon-,   nnt   rnii[.:t>.
S3' Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale nf charges will  be found to
bu strictly moderate,
Good stabling on the promises.
JOSEPH  MANNI0N.
0R0 RESTAURANT
COIiVHBIA STKKKT,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
iKsl'.lHI.l'iHK!, 18IIO.)
niins WELL KNOWN AND MOST
.1, cnnveniclitly locntoil cetiiMishiiicnt,
ImviiiL' lieou purolinsoil hy tlie1 mirier*
si^'Hetl, will be comhietoil us ti FlltST-
CLASS
BOARDINC    HOUSE,
Under the personal BUpcrlntenilence of
Mns. Da(!oett.
'U? ■■: "■ ti »jc m m
Board ti Lodging per Week $0 00
Board alone per Week  C 00
Single Meals      50
tST The Mail Stages leave this House
for Ilurrard Inlet twico a day.
S. W.  DAGGETT.
Mny 0,1881.
FOR RENT:
rp'HR EAGLE HOTEL,  FRONT-ST.,'
JL    New Westminster;   opposite   tli6
Wharf j with a License,
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
mh22 Und Agent.
BRICKS FOR SALE.
mHE SUBSCRIBER HAS A KILN
JL of excellent bricks for epXo cheap.
Delivery anywhere.
T. McKAY.
New AVestininster,
,huic'2-i, 188). *'  jn25
FOR   SALE:
ONE MUTABLE STEAM   SAW-
mill, now at woi-k iiear Lytton and
in good condition'.
For particulars enquire of
JAS. MURIE,
Lyttoir,
Or A. B. FERGUSON,
my 17* 1 m Proprietor, Clinton. .
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Riverside Farm, Matsquij
IN WIIOLE  OB PAHT,
nONTAININO THK.EH HUNDEED
yj acres Dyked Lanil, of wliich S.10 acrefl
coulil «:ii;ily be put under crop for next
Benson-,
'VITtt wrm'*? 80 FtKT FnONT, nnd
AJIFI.K IIAIIX AMI OTIIKK
Bl'UIII.VU   ACeOMMOBATIO \.
Apply td
C; B. SWOED,
Riverside.
WANTED:
FOR NICOLA VALLEY-A GOOD
I'tinn Hand, who can milk and
nudomtnndH the driviiu< and care of
Horses, and make himself ceueriilly useful,   Waflos—SiU jicr month,
Apply to TRAiU' BROS.,
ap!2 N^v West,
DAIRY   FAEM
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE   FARM   CONSISTS OP  320
Acres, in .Nicola Valley, known as
3P, L. Andei-son's lUiucii, of which a part
is suitable for crop.   It is situated about
,1 miles from the Public Hall and Road.
AIsott-75 Milk Pans, Churn, and all
the implement** necessary for Dairying.
Also—20 good Milch Cows.
Apply to
V. U ANDERSON,
ap-'itc Nicola Lake.
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOR
Church or Parlor.
A T>.OCTAVE Mason &Eani*
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeds, sub-bass, octavo coupler, vox 1m-
niana, jjraml organ, and knee swell, 8
stops. This organ is now used in the
Methodist Church, and is sweet toned
ami in good order. Will b& Bold for $150
cash, ns it is intended to procure a more
powerful one. TJiis is a decided bargain.
Apply to
T. R. PEARSON k CO.,
Stationers k Music Dealers,
fe4tc New Westminster,
FOR  SALE:
THK   UNPEEMENTIONED   PEO-
pcrty.
City of New Westminstor:
LOT   4, BLOCK 10,
"     10,        " 32,
"      12,        " 32,
7,        " 0,
"     12,        " 21.
District of New Westminster:
Lot 210,  Clroup L, Nortii shore 1'ort
Moody,
Lot  102,  Group I,i   .South side Port
Moody, ■
Lot 110, Group L, near  Hustings,"Bur*
riird Inlet,
Lot 302, Group L, Kilso Creek,
Lot 110, (Ironp IL, f"iMtfli hatit: I'rnsel'
Rivor,
Lots   147,  14S.   1 r.0. Croup IL, South
bank, Fraser Kiver,
Lot OQa, Croup IL, South Imuk Frasor
River.
HUNKV V. F.DMONDS,
mhlS Lund Agent.
SEVEN THOUSAND!
ACRES
DYKED LANDS
FOB SALE.
The undersigned offer
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
TN LOTS TO SUIT,_
AT REASONABLE fUICES.
Liberal Terms or Payment given lo*
Bona tide Settlers,
These Lands arc of exeellont quality,
and a large portion of them is ready for
tile p'.ougn.
WOOLS k TURNER,
New Westminster,
li. M. .lOHNSOtf,
Victoria,
Or '      C, B. 'SWORD,
oc8 Riverside
SUBSCRIBE
Poll THK RrltiKh ('nliimltlan, the
Newa|)!ipor on the Mainland of Brit-
loh Columbia.   Only .*?3 a year.- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Great Salo ' J. T. Steele
Penitentiary A. H. McBi-ido
Municipal Notice A. Peele
Notice W. J. French
Professional Card G. E. Corbould
Wanted Mrs. Cumiingliam
Special Methodist Church
lhe gJritwh (Jtotambiait.
Mtnrdar Hernial. June 3, linn.
Fish Breeding.
The reacVr-rs of this journal already
know that tlio Dominion Govern
ment have at last consented to ustnb
lish a salmon hatchery on tlie Lower
Fraser. Elsewhere in this morning's issue will lie found the Hansard
ro|iort of a speech delivered on the
subject in the Senate by Hon. Dr.
Mclnnes. The speech is able and
interesting, and is well calculated to
placo British Columbia properly before the public in respect of her
(rreat marine wealth, the development of which, it is proper to remark, is as yet only in its infancy.
The carefully collated statistics are
most interesting, aud it evidently
took the House by surprise to learn
tbat British Columbia already stands
at the head of the list of the Provinces in the product of her sea
farm—representing, as it does, one-
third of the product of the wliolo
Dominion, while her exports are one-
fourth of the entire export of the
Dominion. The "Bluenoaes" in tho
Houso were evidently not prepared
to find the Pacifio Provinco o'er-
topping Nova Scotia by about $78,-
000 a year. As has been said, the
development of British Columbia's
great sea farm is only in its infancy.
It is capable of almost unlimited
expansion. Tlie product of the
Lower Frasor has been nearly doubling every year, andj with proper
farming, it can bo enormously increased. But there is our thousand
miles of sea-coast, with its innumerable rivers, and inlets and fiords and
bays and banks, all teeming with
fish possessing great commercial
value, "bo say nothing of the extensive fur-seal fields. As has been
seen, this Province hns already
taken the front place, By the time
its marine wealth shall havo been
at thoroughly developed as that of
Nova Scotia, how will the figures
standi We'cannot trust ourselves
even to guess. It was Well pointed
•out by Dr. Mclnnes that, while Brit
ish Columbia produces one third and
exports one-fourth of the entire
marine wealth of tho Dominion, she
costs the Federal Treasury less thnn
one-fiftieth ! It is earnestly to be
hoped that the clear and forcible
.exposition of the subject may lead
to some approximate apprehension
on the part of the lethargic Depart,
ment at Ottawa of tho importance
of this industry, and tha consequent
duty of seeing that its interests are
properly guarded and promoted.
The determination to establish a
hatchery has evidently been come to
with considerable reluctance, and
the amount placed in the estimates
($4,000) is but a beggarly sum. Still
it is a step in the right direction,
and is, we trust, the beginning of a
more appreciative policy. It remains
for the people, through their representatives in the Federal Parliament, to see that the matter is followed up, until the Pacific Province
shall have been conceded her proper
rank and position in this respect.
Incorporation.
csts on Burrard Inlet stand very
much by themselves, and thoy would
naturally regard with a certain degree of distrust a scheme for yoking
them together with other interests
aud communities in this way. The
undue tendoncy to overtaxation of
most municipal bodies would naturally cause those who have large
capital aud land interests in connection with the lumber trade to view
with suspicion, if not actual hostility, any attempt to subject thoir
property to the possiblo cuprioo of
civic statesmen. Nor havo we to
go from home for an illustration of
tho fact that municipal government
is not nn unmixed blessing; and
tho mere circumstance of our own
corporation being under a cloud just
now is not altogether calculated to
predispose neighboring communities
to incorporation at the suggestion of
Now Westminster. If the committee be correct in their estimate of the
available revenue,and //tlmt amount
of revenue could be obtained without imposing any fresh burdens, and
if one were quite sure that the
Council would be content with that
revenueandexpenditjudiciously,nnd
,/■ it wero quite certain that all the
communities nnd interests proposed
to be consolidated into one municipality would harmonize, it would
doubtless be an advantage in some
respectstobeincorporated. But those
guarantees -cannot be given, and we
greatly doubt the willingness of tho
communities to form themselves into
one municipality, In the abstract,
we thoroughly believe iu self-government j but we can readily conceive
tho existence of conditions rendering any attempt at municipal government of questionable utility.
WANTED:
A   GIRL   TO   DO   GENERAL
Housework.
Apply to   MRS. J. CUNNINGHAM.
New Westminster, Juno 2, 1882.    jn3
As will be seen by reference to
tho report of proceedings of the City
Council, it is estimated that the
revenues which would bo available
for municipal purposes, were the
territory between tho Frasor river
and Burrard Inlet incorporated
would approximate ten thousand
dollars a year. The committee have
not stated the sources from which
that revenue would be derived, but
we presume the great bulk of it
would come from the wild land
tax. We are very much inclined,
however, to doubt the correctness
of tho estimate, and we are still
more inclined to question the utility
of pursuing this matter any farther.
As was pointed out last week, there
does not appear to us to be that
identity of interest between the different communities which would
lead one to hope that the whole could
be satisfactorily worked under one
municipal government. Indeed, so
far as wo are aware, there is really
nothing to encourage the expectation
that the proposition would meet
with' favor in tlie principal communities concerned.  The lumber inter-
GORDON E. CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
uotio:
HAVING CLOSED OUT THE
"Popular Market," 1 desire to
thank my numerous patrons for pns*.
favors, and to notify all thoso whole
accounts are still unpaid that. an early
settlement is rendered absolutely necessary.
W, J. FRENCH.
Now Westminstor, June 2, 1882.       jn3
NEW WESTMIHSTER, B,0.
Thoroughbred Slock.
"Distant hills are green," says the
old proverb, and one sees illustrations of the truth of it almost every
day. There are in this Province,
aye, right in this community, men
who will send away to get printing
done which can be done, and is
being done, as well and as cheaply
right here. Wo merely mention
printing as an illustration. In
everything else it is very much the
same. There is the vague idea that
the farther away they go the better
tbey will fare. It is of thoroughbred slock we desire more particularly to speak at the present time.
Some years ago Mr. James T. Steele,
with an amount of pluck und enterprise worthy of all praiso, brought
from the other side of the wide continent, nt very great expense, somo
ns fine thoroughbreds as ever
crossed the sen, and established
Grafton Farm, the situation of wliich
is eminently favorable for stock-
raising; nnd he has succeeded in
raising a herd of very line animals.
Now, what has been Mr. Steele's
experience 1 Wo could, if we wished,
name farmers who have gono far
from home for thoroughbreds, and
fared, in every sense, very much
worse than they would havo done by
patronising Grafton Farm. The
article has been no better, in some
instances not nearly as good, aud it
has cost double, in some cases more
than treble. Such is the tendency,
the weakness of human nature.
Were the people more patriotic,
truer tn themselves, giving home the
preference, it would be very much
better for all of us. In another
column will be found an advertisement, from which it will be seen
that, on the 6th proximo, Mr, Steele
will hold a sale, when nearly the
whole of his valuable herd will be
offered, and we are in a position to
state that the sale will practically
be without reserve. There never
was a period in the history of the
country when it was so important
to impiovo the bread of cattle and
pigs and sheep as tho present, and
the stock-farmers beyond the Cascades will only be acting in their
own true interests by taking full advantage of so favorablo an opportunity of introducing into their herds
a few superior breeds.
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY
given to tlie Electors of tlio Municipality of tho City of New Westminster that I require tlio presenco of the
•said Electors at the Court House on
Wednesday, 7th Inst., at* 12 o'clock
noon, for the purpose of electing threo
persons to represent them in tho Municipal Council as Councillors, two for St,
George's Ward aiul one for St. Andrew's
Ward.
Tlie mode of nomination of Candidates
shall bo as follows:—The Candidates
shall ha nominated in writing, the writing shall ho subscribed by two Voters of
the Municipality as proposer and seconder, and shall be delivered to tho Returning Olllccr at any time between the date
of tlie notice and 2 p. in. of the day of
nomination, and in the event of a poll
being necessary such-poll will be opened
on Satuiujay the Tenth Day of June
INST.
Of which every person is hereby required to take notice and govern himself
accordingly.
Given under my haml at New Westminster this 2nd day of June, 18S2,
A. PEELE,
jn3 Returning Officer.
B. C. PENITENTIARY.
■ doz.
1    pi*.
"Whero have you boon for a week
hack?" enquired a manof bin neighbor. "I
have not a weak hack," retorted ho,
"You misunderstand ine," remarked his
Mend; "but if you ever got a weak back
try Burdock Blood Bitters." It euros all
debility arising from (Unordered Kidneys,
Liver or Blood, and is the best purifying
Tonic in the world. All medicine dealers supply Sample Bottles at 10 cents.
Regnlar Size $1.00
A Real Necessity,—No house
should bo without a bottle of Hauyard's
Yellow Oil, in case of accident, Then
is no preparation ollorcd to suffering
humanity that has made so many permanent cures, or relieved so much pain and
misery. It is called by some the Good
Samaritan, by others tho Cure-all, and
by the afflicted an Angel of Mercy,
TENDERS FOR THE UNDER-
nientioncd Supplies will be received
by tho Warden till noon on Thursday,
June 15:
Beef. per  Ih.
Bread (brown)   "     "
"      (white)  "     "
•Brogans	
•Brooms	
*Blankets	
Coal Oil' (best brand in tho
market  " gal.
Coal  " ton.
"Syrup  "I. gal.
"Pepper  "   lb.
*Ricc  "     "
•Soap   "     "
Salt (coarse)  " lOOlbs
Salt(fine)  «    "
•"Tolwioco   "   lb,
"Tea  "    "
'Vinegar   "I. gal.
•Lamp Glasses  " doz.
Salmon (fresh)   "   lb.
Salmon (salt)  "     "
•Oatmeal   "    ■"
•Sugar  "    "
Tenders to be addressed to the Warden, ond to be on printed forms only,
whieh may be obtained, at tho Penitentiary.
Samples of articles marked * may be
seen on application at the Penitentiary.
ARTHUR H. McBRIDE,
jn34t Warden B. C. Penitentiary.
FOR SALE:
THREE YOKE OP GOOD WORK-
OXEN, well broken and in good
■der.
For particulars apply to
my31 ;   A. INNES, Langley.
GREAT SALE!
GRAFTON   FARM!
REWARD!
ON 25TH   INST.,  3 CHINAMEN
wen drowned at Lytton.   $10 will
be paid for tbe ncovery of each body.
-SPUZZUM' CHARLEY,
Or KWONG LEE & CO., Yale.
my31-lm
NOTICE TO FISHERMEN
AND OTHERS.
mHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT
J_ tho curing of Salmon Bellies,
apart from the Backs, is not allowable,
unless the remainder of the Fish be utilized for food, cither by salting or otherwise.
ALEX. C. ANDERSON,
Inspector of Fisheries.
New Westminster,   •
30th May, 1882. my3l
BY-LAW.
HOUSE
rpHE SUBSCRIBER WILL OFFER
X.    for sale by
PUBLIC      AUCTION
—ON—
Thursday, Btli July Next,
Nearly lliu WHOM HKIU) of THOROUGH-BRED
SII0IIT*I1I)I1\' lllilllllll CATTLE,
Comprising OVER TWENTY HEAD
of choice aiiimti].--, including 9 Bulls ami
Bull Calves.
Catalogues with full pedigrees will
shortly bo issued and forwarded by mail
to numerous parties, and furnished to
persons attending on day of Sale.
A numlicr of PURE-BRED
BERKSHIRE    PIGS
Will alio be offered at same time.
Sale to commenco at 12 o'clock noon,
Terms—All sums under one hundred
dollars, cash; ovor that amount, one-half
cash at timo of Sale, and on balance four
months' credit will bo given on being
furnished with approved endorsed notes
bearing interest ut rate of ten per cont.
per annum,
JAMES T. STEELE.
Grafton Farm,
Spallumcheeii, B.C, May 23, 1882.
(j»3-jyl)
A BY-LAW TO ENABLE THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF CHILLIWHACK TO
RAISE THE SUM OF FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR THE PURPOSES THEREIN SET FORTH.
WHEREAS THE MUNICIPAL
Council of the Municipality of
Chilliwhack has resolved to rniso a sum
of §3,400 for tho purposo of extending,
mnking#nd' repairing roads and bridges,
wid §000 towards building Town Hall,
and in order to do so will require the sum
of $4,000 to be obtained in tho manner
hereinafter recited;
And whorcas it will require tho sum of
*?4fl3 to be raised annually by special
rate for the payment of the said debt und
interest ns is hereinafter mentioned,*
And jvhcreiia the amount of the whole
ratable property of the said Municipality
according to the last revised assessment
roll, being for the years 1880 and 1881,
was §105,000, irrespective of nny future
increaso of the ratable property of the
Municipality nud of any income in the
nature of tolls, interest, or dividends
from the work, ami also irrespective of
any income from the temporary invest
ment of tlie sinking fund or any part
thereof;
And whereas for paying the interest
and creating a sinking fund for paying
the said principal gum of §4,000 and
interest ns hereinafter mentioned, it will
require an equal annual special rate of
one-half of one per cent, in the dollar;
Bb it thbrefoke exacted by the
Reeve and Council of the Municipality of
Chilliwhack:
1. That it shall be lawful for the
Reeve and Council of the Municipality
of Chilliwhack to raise' by way of Loan
from nny person or persons, body or
bodies corporate who may be willing to
advance ihe same upon the credit of the
Debentures hereinafter mentioned, a sum
of money not exceeding in the whole the
sum of J54,O00, and to cause the same to
lie paid into the hands of the Treasurer
of the said municipality for the purposes
and with the object above mentioned;
2. That it shall be lawful for the said
Reeve and Council to cause any number
of Debentures to lie made for such Biuns
of money as may he required, not less
than $100 each, and that the said Debentures shall lie sealed with the seal of the
aaid Municipality of Chilliwhack, and be
signed by the said Reeve;
3. That tho said Debentures shall be
made payable in eighteen years nt furthest from the day hereinafter mentioned for this By law to take ctlcet, at
the municipal treasury of the said Corporation of Chilliwhack, and shall have
attached to them coupons for tho payment of interest;
4. That tho said Debentures shall bear
interest at and after the rate of six per
cent, per annum from the date thereof,
which interest shall he payable annually
at tho municipal treasury of tho said
Corporation of Chilliwhack;
". That for the purpose of forming a
sinking fund for the payment of the said
Debentures and the interest nt the rate
aforesaid to become duo thcYeon, an
equal special rate of one-half of one per
cent, in the dollar slmll in addition to all
other rates bo raised, levied and collected in each year upon all rotable property
in the said municipality during the continuance of the said Debentures or any
of them;
0. It shall ho lawful for the said Muui-
ipal Council from time to timo to purchase any of the said Debentures from
persons desirous of selling the same; and
all the DobenturoH so re-purchased shall
be forthwith cancelled and destroyed
nnd no re-issue of the Debentures, shall
he made in consequence of such re-purchase;
7. That tins Bylaw shall take effect
and come into operation upon the First
day of duly A. D. 1882.
8, This Bylaw mny be cited for all
purposes as the "Roads, Bridges and
Town Hall Loan Bylaw, 1882."      inySl
O*
NOTICE.
,N AND AFTER THIS DATE I
lmvo admitted Mr. Oeoriie The-
riEB to a partnership in my Business.   .
The Buslnoss will in future bo curried
on undor the name of Woodh k Tuiisbr.
CHARLES E. WOODS.
Now Westminstor, Mny 1, 1882.      tny3
FARMS, TOWN LOTS,
AND  OTHER LANDS
FOR   SALE.
MONEY TO LEND
AT REASONABLE RATES.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
myl3-2m        Barrister, Now Wont.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOR
X sale a lew vory lino seed potatoes,
of the varieties known as "Early Roso"
and "Lato Roso." Price, 'J conts for
pound.
Apply to   •       A. INNES,
aplfi Langley.
CANARY BIRDS.
COMPLETE
nil
TRAPP
BROTHERS,
8UCOI830HS TO
R. W. DEANE a CO.
600DS!
CONSISTING OF
Brocaded Silks and
Sdtins, in all shades,
New Ombre Trimmings,
Black& Colored Cashmeres & Merinoes,
New French Satin
Merveilleux,
Black & Colored Velveteens,
Athol Glaces,   in  all
shades,
Black Paramatta
Cloths, &c, &c,
Oatmeal, Niagara,
Lace Stripes, Foulards,   Momies,  and
other Cloths,
White  and  Colored
Piques, in all the newest styles,
India, Mull, Nainsooks, to Swiss Muslins, Lace and Muslin Curtains,
New Neck Kufflings,
Silk Scarfs, Fichus,
Chenille   Necklets,
Latest   styles   in    Silk
Handkerchiefs, Silk
Cords mid Tassels, in
all shades,
GLOVES,
Jerseys, in Black, Silk and
Liale, in all shades,
ThoNew Laoed Kid Gloves,
A fine assortment of Feathers Flowers, Ribbons, and New Millinery Trimmings,
A good line of Hosiery.
A large stock of Men's and
Boys' Straw Hats,
Men's and Boys'Clothing
1861.  1882.
THE
COLUMBIA
HOUSE.
A FEW CHOICE SINGERS FOR
Sale, at $5.00 each.   Enquire nt
tho Columbia Houso.
J. CUNNINGHAM.
Now West., May 28,1882.       my27-lm
yiUlBEERT & DBESKMAKIK6
DONE  ON   THE  PREMISES  IN
TUE LATEST  STYLES.
JAMES ELLARD & GO.
Cor. Columbia & Mary 818.
WE HAVE GREAT
pleasure in announcing the arrival of our first
lot of
New Goods!
From England and the East,
which Ave have just received
as follows:
Per steamer "VICTORIA,"
78 CASES;
Per steamer "G.W. ELDER,".
15 CASES;
Per sailing vessel "YUCA,"
6 CASES;
Making a Grand 1 otal of .
NINETY-NINE GASES
Of NEW GOODS, consisting of
STAPLE ft FANCY
DRY GOODS,
MEN'S ft BOYS'
CLOTHING,
Men's & Boys' Hats,
(IN  STRAW & FELT),
CARPETS,
MATS,
FLOOR CLOTHS,
HARDWARE,
&c,   &c.
THE PROPRIETOR, af*
ter. 21 years of mercantile life in this City, begs
leave to report to his numerous Patrons that his Business
is prosperous and the outlook
for the future is bright. We
hope to do a big trade during
the present year. We have
now in stock a complete assortment of
With some heavy shipments
on the way from the Eastern
Markets. We are buying
for Cash, getting large discounts, which enables ns to
sell at much lower rates than
formerly, We are determined to keep the Columbia
House to Ihe front, making
it, as it has been for years,'
the lending mercantile House
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that we
can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any other
House in this City, and we
will do it
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
Importer.
Nam West., Feb. S, 1882.       fell
FASHIONABLE
MILLINERY
DRESS-MAKING!
APP. MR.  Cl'XMMIHAM'S,
Columbia St., New West.
These Goods we are now
opening. ,
GOME AND SEE THEM
As we intend selling at Bed-
Rock Prices for Cash, as we
have still larger consignments
to arrive.
Our stock is now as complete as any in town, and
our prices the lowest.
Further particulars next
week.
TRAPP BROS.
THK UNDEKSIGNBDTAKKS
pleasure in luniomiciiig to the Ladies of New 'Westminster and snrround-
ing country that ahe has received and
opened out a line assortment of the New*
est aiul most Fashionable Goods from
Sun Francisco and Eastern Markets, and
she is now prepared to execute all orders
iu Millinery aud Dressmaking with
promptness and care. The latest fashions
always on hand. Fancy Goods of beau*
tifttl design and workmanship. No pains
will ho spared to satisfy customers. AH
arc cordially invited to call and examine
our goods aud fashions, ap)5
MRS. D. A. MACDONALD.
H. MOREY
HAS OPENED THE STORK AD-
joiiiing tlie City Hotel, Columbia
Street, where lie will sell, cheap for
OASHi-
Groccrlcs,
Tobacco,
Cigars,
Candles, «tc
By careful attention to business he
hones to merit a share of the Publlo
patroniigc.
New West., April 20, 1883. apSS
B0 TS and SHOES
faou
HEATHORN'S
Boot *
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
. R THOMAS,
Shop under tho new Oddfellow Hall, Col
imiliiast., New Westminster.
HOLT'S EXPRESS!
PERSONS HAVING BAGGAGE OR
light freight to move to the steamers on the morning of sailing, or at any
time, ran rely upon having It dona
promptly by dropping their orders into
my box at Messrs, T. R. I'eamos k
Co.'a Bookstore. Orders should he in
before eight o'clock in tho evening,
mhlS EB, HOLT. EBMilJiJgjgjgM
Illinium
-live glritifsh €olumbi<w.
HiKitnlay Mornlnp*, Jnii-j 3, IW-W.
PA S8KNG tilts.
Vor steamer ENTBIIPUISB. from Vidorin,
Anne 2—Mr nnd Mrs Mul'cr, Mr mil Mrs Olniku,
^Irs Blair, Mrs Oolil, Him* Oharleai Messrs T
■Charles, T Ihmlltuii, rt IJnsliili, A Kwu.ii, Elli-
•wooil, JAR llunicis 0 two, llnrry.
Per Btobuot RKUAN'OK, from Yule, Jum*
*2_Mr« Butler, Mm Mclm*, Mrs RuthforA,
Messrs Marcus ftrtltli, Gk-imt, Limy, fleiul,
Johnston, SmtVi*^ Jonss, Slack-, Evuiis, anil 17
■othom.
Cows, bells-off!
Civic election on tho 7th.
Mr. DeOosmoa came up by the
Dakota,
A servant maid wanted. —See advertisement.
Mr. Marcus Smith arrived down
.yestetday.
Tenders for penitentiary supplies
"are invited.
The mercury wont up to 80" in tho
-shade yesterday, -
Another Ore has occurred at Esquimau, destroying more cement!
About five hundred beuf hides havo
come in from tho interior this week.
It is expooted the splendid now
•steamer R,  P. Rithet will be up next
Week.
Sheriff. Byrnes, of Cariboo, leaves
for his home in the mountains this
Morning.
Four more prisoners arrivod from
Yale the other day|in charge of constable Evans.
Lieut.-Governor Dewdnoy loft Otta-
; "wa for the seat of his government on
f tho 18th May.
"A strong foroo of convicts has been
j at work on tho Port Moody road dur-
f r ing the past few days.
Kwong Loo & Co,, of Yale, havo reft ceived tlie contract for making 7,000
L tents for railway workers,
|,;    Tho sum of $150,000 a year lint been
I'set apart by parliament fur the sea
.. fisheries of tlie Dominion.
Tho steamer Ada, Capt. Rogors, ro-
I'turned from Nanaimo on Thursday
It "with freight aud piwactiKora.
1;    On hoard tho Strut liairly, in Bum
K-Fsannisco harbor, on the 24lh ult.,
11,00!) Coolies wero vaccinated.
J Tho water in tho Fraser is rising
|P rapidly, and is oxpected to reach an
JlVimisuiilly high stage this season,
f Jfho ship Sumatra arrived in Royal
^ Roads on Thursday evening with 900
'^•Chinamen for tho 0. P. R. works.
It is stilted that Mr. Janiya Harvey,
^•of Nanaimo, has purchased tlio Ftd-
■dick & Beck coal lands fur 840,000.
r? Sister Mary of lhe Cross died nt St,
•^Tosepli's Hospital, Victoria, on Tues-
l/hiy, after a long and painful illness
y' Aflkira in Egypt are looking very
LWioiu, Tho British residents havo
reapplied to the couihuI for protection,
It will ho seen hy a notice else-
ffwhero that Mr. French has closed tho
Jf'Popular Market." This is tho rusult
£$if the "corner" iu heef.
Tho steamer Enterprise, Capt,* Gar-
■Jjliuor, arrived from Vietnria last oven*
|nug, bringing freight and passengers.
She did not got in till fl-aO!
Tho City Council did a good stroke
f business in securing the earth from
u post ollice site for tilling at the
_. wor end of Columbia street.
Amongst the passengers hy tho En-
Kerpriso yesterday was J. A, R.
I$iumur, Esq., M. P., who. has just
Returned from tho Federal capital.
' The schooner Bonanza is again
I*float, having undergone thorough re-
J.;.iir, Sho is to ho provided with a
I'.iiikoy engine for loading and unload-
If*
uThe Globe says tlio writs for the
nLpniitiion election were issued ou tho
5-Hh ult., and that tho nominations
Hill be on thu 15th and polling ou tlie
V.ud inst.
jjJTlui steamer Western Slope, Capt.
Rooro, arrived from Victoria on
K'ednesihiy night and passed up to
|*nle. The Slope had quite a number
■ passongers,
[JTho Standard is authorized to state
lat Mr. Hett will bo a candidate for
Ijipiimalt District at the approaching
provincial election.—A good man ill
*m\ company.
■ jit is stated that the retirement of
Br A. T. Gait from the High Com-
Jlissionership is attributable to deli
E$e health aud a preference for rcaid-
f iu Canada.
KThe steamer Reliance, Capt. Odin,
■turned from Yale yesterday, hring-
• considerable freight, n large num-
ir of passengers and tho up-country
ails and express.
Barnard, M.  P. for Yalo, and
;Vs. Barnard, arrived nt San Fran-
uco from Ottawa ou Saturday and
pe up by wsy of Portlnnd.   They
3 expected homo to-day.
R. H. Princess  Louise sailed
frit England for Canada on the 26th
\, in the Sarmatian.   There is con-
t^rahle uncertainty about tho Vice-
#al visit to British Columbia.
[The steamer Western Slope, Capt.
Sore, returned from Yalo yesterday,
jjfnging  a number of   passengers,
pngst whom were Hon. Mr. Justice
hy, and My. A. Onderdonk, C. P.
•contractor.
Bt-n apparently well informed Lon-
V correspondent of tho New York
irld says thero is no longer the
■litest doubt that Dillon and Davitt
Ie superseded Parnell in the leader-
,) of the Irish party.
heal estate is moving. On Thnrs-
3 a gentleman representing a Toron-
Syndicate purchased between seven
J eight hundred acres lying geno-
between this city and Burrard
|(t. Thu precise terms did not
fcspire.
\\ parts of Old Canada, in Minim*
\ nud in Manitoba, as well as in
Ii parts of tho Eastern Status, de-
Tctivo frosts aud snow wero ox-
fenced as late as 23rd May. Much
I has boen destroyed and even 1
J crops injured, '
Jas. Reid, Esq., M. P., passed up
tlio other -day. Ho has induced tho
Dominion (jtovernnient to have an examination made of Cottonwood Canon,
with a view of improving the navigation.
Tho British Bcn-aVolefnt Society of
San Francisco celebrated tho Queen's
Birthday by holding their sixteenth
annual picnic. Two thousand guests
were present, "Hands All Round"
was sung.
Methodist Church—Rev. E. RoK-
sou. Service at 11 a.m. and 7><!>>>u.
Sunday School at 2:30 p.M. Seats
free; strangers cordially invited. Service at Port Moody at 2:30 p.m.
—• ■—■ "-» ■-'—
That JttbaEstm*.—Tlio tVi.-N-rf publishes an Ottawa telegram announcing
the appointment of Mr. Walkem to
tho vacant judgeship, but, the Standard
denies the truth of tho anuounceinent.
Btmiuitu Inlet.—There aro fourteen ships, all large class, in the port
of Burrard Inlet at present, equally
divided between the two mills. The
ship Sulatohna sailed from Hastings
mill on Thursday and the Athlone
from Moudyvillo yesterday,
■ ■-■» 1	
Our Coast Fisheries. — Tlio news
from tho north-west coastris to the effect that tho run of salmon had set in
Hvoly and that there was, consequently, a "boom" at the canneries. We
have now six canneries on the coast,
and thoro would- appear to be a fair
prospect of a good harvest.
Serious Accident. — On $fnnduy
Dr. Tunstall was thrown from his
horse, whilo riding away from tho railway head-quarters bolow Lytton, sustaining tlie fracture of two ribs and
minor injuries. Ho was treated by
Dr. Hanningtoh and, according to
latest accounts, was doing well.
 Af,	
South Ann.— Thore aro booming
times in thu Delia municipality. The
contract for Mr. McKee's line two-
story residence at Bayview has boiin
awarded to Mr. Burns, and tho w
is going forward. Thu contract for
Mr. A, Fisher's largo barn was awarded to Mr. J. Iluutor, and llm building
is well under way. alt*. \V. II. Ladner's fine new residence is rapidly prw
greasing.
Too Tuo.--The work nf blasting in
tho concrete which ii being roihoviM
from the site for tho new pofltolhce has
been, going on for some time. A few
days ago one of these blasts shattered
eleven panes of glass iu tliu adjacent
building, temporarily used as 11 telegraph ofiiee. Yesterday ono shattered
six more panes of glas-i and projected
a quantity of gravel and small'boulders into tlie building.
Port Moody at Winnii'uu.—El&o-
where will bu found a pretty formidable list uf Port Moody lots sold at
Winnipeg. These lots were originally
sold by Mr. H. V. Edmonds, and ho
informs, us that tho prices quoted at
Winnipeg represent a very haudsomo
advance—ih many instances as miu>h
one' hundred per cent., so that tho
Winnipeg dealers are making a big
margin. The Mr. Mclagan mentioned
was, it will be remembered, out here
last year.
—, ^ .
Cot his Stick.—Yestorday Win.
Buckler, serving an eightoou month'si
term for burning Ingram's barn, nt.
Osbyoos, was sent out with lunch to
the convicta at work on the Port
Moody road. Ho appears to have
changed his mind on the way and
taken to the woods with the provisions.
Search was made for him yesterday,
but without satisfactory results. It
appears that his term had only four
months to run, aud it was not supposed
he would attempt to escape.
• Railway Accident.—While the
train was returning to Yale Tuesday
evoniug one of the cars got off the
track near the Suspension Bridge, and
somo of thu workmen feeling alarmed
at thu situation jumped from the oar
and got injured; those who remained
upon the car escaped. Tho injured
parties were brought to thu Hospital
here. The names aro as follows:
Samuel Qonpo, severe bruisos to the
right leg. Patrick Rourke, bruises
to the back and side; aud James
Dohorly, who was coining down on
tho car ou account of injuries received
higher up the line, got further injured
hy jumping from the oar. Thore are
at present 7 patients in the Hospital.
Inland Sentinel.
Distressing Accident.
On Tuesday Messrs.- DeBock Bros,
it Co, hired a young man limned John
Glen to work at their sawmill. On
Wednesday morning tho young man
commenced work, running an "edg-
or" circular saw. In less than fifteen
minutes his left hnnd-, coming accidentally in contact with the saw, was
cut'clean off About half way between
tho wrist and elbow! The injured
limb was speedily bandaged and the
unfortunate young man brought down
to the eity, whero he was attended by
Dr. Sivewright, aud placed in the Royal Columbian Hospital, where wo are
glad to hoar he is doing well. He
bore up manfully throughout, exciting
the admiration of the Doctor and
attendants. It is a groat aflliction for
a young, athletic fellow to meet with
such au accident, especially, an iu this
instance, when the vast continent divides hiin from his relatives.
The New School House.
After long 3roars of weary waiting
and tiresome importuning, after wriggling nnd protesting and pleading,
New Westminster is to havo a new
school house. Not such an one, perhaps, as sho was entitled to expect;
yet an immense improvement on the
old ono. The building is 3(i by 07
foot; two stories high, the first being
14 feet and the second 12 feet in the
clear. The first nut is dividod into
two school-rooms, 35 by 2G£ feet each,
divided by a twelve foot hall running
olear through. The second flat is not
intended to bo finished at present.
The front elevation will he 30. feet.
Wo are sorry not to be able to praise
tho architectural effect attained; hut we
suppose wo ought to feel thiinkful for
tho internal accommodation afforded.
''Beggars connot be choosers'," and
although tho people of Now Westminster contribute ten dollars towards
the revenue for everyone they receive,
still they have ta beg and cringe for
tjho miserable pittance. Tho contract
has been awarded to Mr, John Oalbiek,
whose tender (§2,430,) was the lowest,
and tho work will he proceeded with
immediately. The fact of its being
in his hands is a sulliuiuut guarantee
for the work being Well and promptly
done.
Railway Hatters.
Mr. Onderdonk arrived in this city
yesterday and is staying at tho Occi
dent. From him wu gather the following information j
WOllKiXU KORCE,
There aro now at work 2,000 whites
and reds, and 4,050 yellows. Two
thousand five hundred more of tho yellow sort are coining from China, and
fis many more whites aud reds us can
be got will be taken on. It is expected that tho working force will be
10,000
strong by the 1st of August, of whom
nearly one-half will be on the lower
section.
MIl.LEAflE UNDER. CONSTRUCTION.
Tho whole lino between Hope and a
point about,live miles beyond Spenco's
Bridgoj about ninety miles, is now
under actual, active construction, mid
the lino between Hope and Port
Moody about eighty miles, is in process
of clearing. Work ovor all that expended area is being pushocl with all
possible vigor.
Yale Items. — Tho following
gleaned from the Inland Sentinel of
Thursday:—Hon; Mr. Justice Gray
hold County Court ou Monday.— Tho
Fire Brigado turned out for a ''wash,"
and with 600 feet of hose, threw a
good stream ovor a 00 foot pole.—The
Railway Company's Warehouse that
stood near Yale Crook Bridgo has boon
taken down to Emory, where it is
moro convenient for storage purposes.
—Dr.. Tunstall ia progressing favorably.—Rev. Mr. Horloek preached at
St. John's Church on Sunday morning
and evening, to largo congregations.—
A flue bell has been received for tho
new Catholic Church.—A new Catholic
Church is iu course of erection at Lytton.—Nothing new in mining operations.
The Bkbf "Boom."—The prico of
hoof is still upward and the "cornor"
men aro triumphant. They are in a
positi'iu to dictate to the butchers,
and the consumers must stand the
pressure of the "bulls." It is supposed that tlio supply is inadequate
for the home market, and still tho cry
for British beef comes from beyond
the boundary lino. A few days ago
the Portland dealers telegraphed an
order for one hundred head at 7 cts.
por lb,, delivered here; but the "corner" can do bettor, and the offer was
declined. How tlio tublos uro turned!
The chief matter of regret is that tho
stock •raisers in the interior aro not the
principal   gainers by all   this.   Tlio
is being made with 11 view to having
the railway in running order as far
down as Murderer's Bar this fall, so
that tlie contractor may be independent
of low watur which usually rendurs
steamboat navigation beyond that
point impossible in early spring and
lato fall.- Thecontractor is ahjo anxious
to havo tho track laid between
POUT MOODY
and Pitt river as soon as possible, iu
order to facilitate access between the
two water systems.
The steamer Sltuzzy has boen sold
to Mr. Kyle (a brother of Mr. Kyle
in this city) who intends taking her up
through
HELL OATH
if possible, whero sho will do the railway steam boating under contract.
Tho railway'contractor has had a
largo force employed for some time in
forwarding supplies, &c, up past tho
canyons, in anticipation of portions of
the waggon road being
by tho spring freshets. There appears
to bo a general impression that tho
water in the Fraser will' be unusually
high this season.
INDIAN LABOR
has proved very satisfactory so far,
and the contractor only wishes he
could procure a few hundred more
Indians,
The contractor disclaims any intention uf constructing wharves at
TORT HANKY,
but ho hopes to' make use of wharves
constructed by private enterprise, and
expresses great faith in the important
future of that place.
it is the policy and wish of the contractor to work as large a force as can
be put on and to push the whole lino
from Savona to Port Moody to completion at the earliest possible date. It
is hoped that by tlio close of next year
trains may be running between the
seaboard and tho railway bridge over
the Frasor below Lytton.
The general health on these extensive works is excellent, ami thore has
for some time been gratifying immunity from accident.
CHy Council.
Tho Council met on Wednesday
evening, the -3!st ult. Present:—Hia
Worship the Mayor and. Councillors
Cunningham, Johnston, Curtis, and
Edmonds-.
Amongst a number of communications were one from Mr. Scoullar renewing application for permission to
construct tank and lay pipes, and a
summons from P. Briggs for #100,
paid for liquor license in January last.
A number of accounts, wore disposed
of.
The resignation of Councillors Howison and Elliott for St. George's Ward,
and Councillor Geo. Webster for St
Andrew's Ward woro read and accepted and the Clerk was instructed to
call for now elections to fill vacancies]
on tho Otli June,
Councillor 'Johnston reported on the
application of Mr. Scoullar and others
for permission to construct tank, <Scc,
recommending delay.—Agreed to,
Councillor Cunningham handed in
plans and specifications for St. John
street.—Received and laid ovor.
Councillor Edmonds reported that
the revenue from wild laud tax and
other Rourcos from the territory between Frasor river, Pitt river, Burrard Inlet and tho Gulf of Georgia
would approximate $10,000, aud recommended that further stops ho taken
to induce th'o inhabitants to *8rin
themselves into a municipality.—Report adopted.
The Board of Works reported in
favor of granting James Turnbull permission to construct a tank on Agues
street; also in favor of nun-interference with hospital drain. — Report
adopted.
On motion, it was resolved that a
Health Officer bo appointed at the
next, meeting of tho Council.
Tho revenue Bylaw was advanced a
stage. ,
The Clerk was instructed to issue a
notice about cow-bells,
On motion of Councillor Cunningham, specifications to govern the construction of all water-tanks was adopt-
ed.
Councillor Curtis gave notico.of an
amendment to tho Cuttle Bylaw,
Tho Council adjourned till next
Monday evening.
Real Estate Notes.
Mr. J. C. MoLuguu, hangout For the
owner, has sold to Mr. Geo. Andorson,
of Messrs. Perry, Reynolds & Andorson, tho following lots in tho town
sito of Port Moody*, iu theeub-division
of lot 20, via.; In block 2!), hits 1 to
0 inclusive aud HI to 30 inclusive; in
block HO, from 2 to 12 inclusive and
from 25 to 30 inclusive; in bluck 31,
2 to 19 inclusive and from 25 to 30
inclusive; in block 38, 7 to 12 inclusive—5(i lota in'all, at an average of
§200 each.
J. B. MeArthur, Esq., barrister,
bought from the smtie gentleman 12
lots in blocks 29 to 31 at same price
ns above.
uttMr, Geo. Anderson 1ms resold" to
Mr. Daviea 3 lots in Port Moody for
§800.
To John Mucara i lots, for $900.
To John McKitinon, 1 lot at S250.
To Thomas Watson, 2 lota for $000,
To Alfred Marshall, 2 lots for§600,
To Peter Dixon, 2 lots for 400.
Lino-*, Graveley '& Davis sold, in
Port Moody, B. 0., lots 25 und 30,
block 31, Sixth Avenue, toW. Gilford
for §250 each.— Winnipeg Free Press
.salmon  Breeding In British
Columbia.
(From First l'tigu.)
Tho Livor, tho Skill, the Ktdnoys and
the Bowels aro the natural cleansers of
the system; securo their healthy action
bv nature's grand remedy, Burdock
Blood HUH.ru. It cures Scrofula—It
cures liver Complaint—It cures Dyspepsia—It curbs Fotnsle Complaints and
, ,„    - , purifies  the Blood   while   it   restores
middlemen aro puoMng strength and vitality to the shattered
[system.   Trial Bottles 10 center
Sturgeon     4,210.00
Fresh Trout        201.00
Oolaluins, a kind of fish peculiar to that coast, pickled, smoked aud fresh...   4,311.00
Of tho fur* seal skins, wo exported
$104,492 worth, and I may mention
here that that industry has sprung up
within the last threo years, Three
years ago there was no person engaged
in it. Now there arc a great many men
employed, principally Indians; in fact"
therefore fleets of Indian canoes taken
out by steamers iu tho morning that
are fallowed to go olf three or four
miles! from tho vessel to hunt seals,
and when night comes or a storm
threatens, thoy return to the vessel for
shelter. Tho canoes employed in this
business are from forty to fifty feet
long, and contain each a crow of eight
or ten men and women. Wo oxport
the following articles as well, viz*:
Hair Seal Skins  §1,750.00
Sea Otter  0,000.00
Oolnhan's Oil  1,030.00
Herring Oil  0,400.00
Dog Fisii, Seal, and Porpoise Oil  50,890.00
Dog Fish Oil (refined)  14,850.00
Other Fresh Fish  45,000.00
Fish Cured for Home Consumption1   2,500.00
Fish Scraps- -dried  200.00
Making a grand total of £1,454,321.-
20 in value, exported last year from
that provinco. Now no doubt, it may
be asked by many hon, gentlemen.
If there aro so many fish, aud especially so many salmon, in British Columbia—and in the Frasor river particularly, why do you want a hatchery f
Hon. Mb. KAULBACH-And'whcn
you have no market for them 1
Hon. Mr. M0INNES-W0 havo all
the market wo want; and I will juBt
say in reply to tho hon. gentleman
from Lunenburg (Mr. Kauthach) that
no loss than five new canneries have
been erected in tho district of New
Westminster within tlio last year.
That, I think is pretty good evidence
that thoy can find a ready t\ud profitable market. Our men would not invest
tlieir money in any such enterprise as
that, with the experience of the other
canneries before them for a number nf
yours, unless the outlook was a safo
one. Tho reason we want a hatchery
is this: The early run of salmon—
which is the chief fish canned on thu
Columbia river, takes placo 200 miles
south of us. That "run" sots in about
tho first of May, and continues uninterruptedly until about tho middle of
July; whereas with us on tho Fraser
river, although only 200 miles farther
north, the main "run" does not set in
until tho first week of July.   It is. true
that a few of the "run" which frequent the Columbia river south of u;
find thoir way into the Fraser river
during the first few days of the month
of May; but thoy do not come in sufficient qiYantities to warrant tho can*
uurries in opening ou). So .that, virtually, our run of valuable fish dues
not sot in until thu first weejt in July.
aud terminates about tho second week
in August, making a season of only
fivo weeks for fishing in British Cokini-
bia. On tho other baud, in the Columbia and Sacramento rivers, thoy
have a fishing season extending over
throe, four, nnd even five months.
Now, I havo tho highest authority ou
fish culture to sustain me in the position which I havu taken, and 1 think 1
fully convinced tho Minister of Marine
aud Fisheries of thu importance of lids
subject. J pointed out to him that if
a hatchery is established on tho Fraser
river-fur that particular "run'' and that
early spring "run" propagatdtl, wu can
extend our fishihg-season over four or
live iiKiulliH, instead of fivo weuks as
at present, and would give employment
to 4,000 or 5,000 men, women and children, for that Apace of time, instead of the
shultur period during which work U.naw
rtilbrdud them. Tt is not for the sake of
having a few thousand dollars expended in British Columbia that I am advocating this, but because I inn fully
convinced that if a hatchery is established of thitt nature, and that particular spucies of fish propagated, we shall
secure this longer fishing season.
Hon. Sin ALEX. CAMPBELL-Is
there any difference- hutwoen tho Bpu-
cies I
Hon. Mn. McINNES—Ves; on an
average, iu point of size and weight
they aro moro than double the size of
Iho main "run" that sets iu witli us in
the month of July.
Hon. Mr, KAULBACH-Won't ono
species drivo the other out ?
Hon. Mit. McINNES—I think not.
When I bring this subject up and discuss it with a great number of htm.
gentlemen from the east, I am met
with the reply, "You have more fish
than you know what to do with."-
iloN. Mil, KAULBACH-It is said
they are so plentiful that they impede
navigation ?
Hon. Mr. McINNES-WolI, it is
true, when that "run" wenrespeakingof
—wliich frequents our Fraser river in
duly—conies in, the water is nearly
blaok with them; but that only continues for a short time. So great is
thu run that nearly all tho canneries,
notwithstanding the fact that, they
havo their cans made for months bo-
forehand, and havo a great number of
boats—some of them from 50 to 75—
they cannot take full advantage of tho
"run," it is so great. The consequence
is they havu frequently to withdraw,
(I have seen tins myself), perhaps two-
thirds of thoir boats. With the prospect of our Canadian Pacific Railway
being completed within four or five
years, and of tho Great North-West
being opened up nnd peopled, not by
hundreds of thousands, but, as I behove and hope, by millions, there is
no question at all but we shall supply
nnt only the North-West and Manitoba, with fresh and canned salmon, but
I believe' that hero in Ontaiio and
Quebec you will find, in a few years,
our Frnser river fresh salmon on your
tables two or threo times a week. Indeed, I should not bo at all surprised
if they should find their way down to
the town of Lunenburg, in Nova Scotia. I do not wish to trespass much
longer upon the'patience of the House,
and having tallied the attention of the
leader of the Government to thia matter, and ondeavored, in my feeble way,
to show tho necessity for an institution
of that kind being established, I hope
that tho Minister of Justice will urge
upon tho Government, of which he is
such a pnnuinout mumber, the advisability of taking steps to construct that
hatchery before another year has gone
by. I would add that I rely upon him
to do justice to us in this matter.
Hon. Sir ALEX. CAMPBELL-I
havo great doubt whether hy the hatchery which is proposed, or by and other
moans, the salmon whicli frequent this
rivor can bo induced to come there at
on earlier season than thoir natural
tendencies will tako them. I distrust
the success of tho experiment which
my hon. friend desires to have made,
nud fear it will nut havu the effect, of
bringing the fish into the river earlier
that they are now brought thero.
Hon. Mr. MuINNES-A certain
number of tho salmon run up tho
Frasor river as early as April, but thoy
aro not in sufficient quantities to warrant the canneries in opening.
Hon. Sir ALEX. CAMPBELL-
Thoii the suggestion is that this April
"run" should bo selected and brought
thore 1
Hon. Mb. McTNNES-Yes.
Hon. Siu ALEX. CAMPBELL-
Although I distrust tho experiment,
there may bo merit iu it; and my lion,
friend will bo happy to know that, nt
nil events, tho Government have resolved to bring down an item, to enable tho experiment to ho tried; the
item will ho a supplement to the Supplementary Estimates,
Hon. Mr. MdNNES-I thank tho
hon. Minister for tho information.
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should he in every stable. mhSO
WANTED:
N APPRENTICE TO THE TAIL-
oi-ing Business.
Apply tD \\: ELSON,
.Merdiiint Tailor,
Cokmiliio St., Opposite Lytton Square.
inMHb
A:
NOTICE.
T HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE
1 that from and after this date I wiil
not be responsible for any debts contract-
ed by jny wife, Isabella Magee, she having left my lied and hoard Without just
en use.
Dated 21st Feb., IS82.
JaWilt, MA(JEE.
North Ann, Fraser River. t'e22
DEWTISTEY!
DR. F. WELSH
HAS TAKEN BOOMS OVER MR,
. Ja.mi-s Wink's Store, on Front
Street, -where he is prepared to attend to
all who require his services
Particular attention given to the pre-
sci'Vatioii of the Natural Teeth.
Partial or complete sets of Teeth made
to order with promptness and care, nml
with the aid of the latest .discoveries
nnd appliances. up'2'J
FAEM for SALE
rniiK Undesigned being be*
J. sirous, on account of failing health,
to retire from business, offers for sale his
first-class Dairy Farm, situated on Sumas
Prairie, consisting of 530 acres, of which
11 bolit 100 acres uro under fence. There
is n good Orchard on the place, Dwelling
House, Dairy, Bams, Stables, kc, kc
' The Dairy Stock,-Horses) fee., Will be
sold with Farm if desired.
Terms—One half of purchase money
payable nt time of purchase; tbe balance
nt reasonable rate of interest on time to
suit purchaser.
For particulars apply to
CHESTER CHADSEY,
my2*i-3m Sumns.
Pacific Ooast SteamsMp Do's
STEAMER
jy
VICTORIA
OAPT.   PLUMMER,
AV
7ILL SAIL
/ cisco for
ilioiit
FROM SAN FKAN-
Now Westminster on
nth  .phi:,  l»s-;.
—W1}1 sail from Ncw
■ San Frnucisco on or
AY, l&rii JUNE.
BETDBKIN0
Westminster for
nbont SATUKD
For rates of   Freight  tuul  Passage,
apply to
UOODAL
Or to   J.
mli 18
A. It.
1, PERKINS kCO,,
San Francisco,
HOMER,  Agent,
New Westminster.
rrd>   lease,
ON EASY TERMS FOR FIVE YEARS,
HAZELWOOD   FARM,
ICA.ITZIE,
CONTAINING   ABOUT 375 ACRES,
Sititnted oil the Right limit of the Fmser,
11 Miles above New Westminster.
GOOD DWELLING HOUSE, STABLE, HAY
SHED AND OUTBUILDINGS.
Tlie C. 1". Railway passim: through the
laud will ensure ;t good nmrkct for produce,
Four steamers ti- woek each way run
hind within twenty yards uf the build:
iiiKS.
For particulars apply to
J. ROLAND HETT,
Bnrrister, Victoria,
Or G. K. CORBOULD,
myiM Barrister, New West.
11
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. G.
Tlie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the Citj,
the (Eix.uir w\mw
IS I'NDICR THE CIIAROE Or' AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE DNDERSI8NEDBEQS HEAVE
to announce to the Public that lie
lias purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasontihlo rates.
Tin; Parlors anil SlropInK Apart-
nicills are miller the superintendence
of Mns. Howisos.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading; Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books nnd papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
THB   BA.B
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
WlNlis, LltllTOllS, ClUAllS, &o.
J. W. HOWISON,
Propiuetoe.
BUUSVITHIIG
(AT BRUNETTE MILLS.)'
y
HA.VING   ENGAGED   THK mi
.   ylc'eu of Mr.   dAft* Si'iE«s, and
fitted our Shop with a set of rirst-clfl.-sfi
Tools, wc are in a potation to turn out
the lest quality of work in thia line..
my 13 DeTJECK liHOS. k CO.
CITY   HOTEL
JiEW  WESTMINSTER
(Next  Door to  Public   Library),
COU'JIHU STRIiKT.
riiHH ut; niiiiSK:xi:n bkcis leave
J. to announce to tin* l'ublie that she
has leased tbo above Hotel, mid is pre'
pared to furnish' to tlie travelling Public
FIRST - CLASS ACCOMMODATION,
—JT—
REASONABLE   RATES.
Private llinhi;: lliioins for Ladles
- ami Families.
MRS. BONSON,
se28 MaAUiBki
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA,
IN PROBATE.
In the Goods of GEORGE GARRY- .
PIE, Deceased.
rnENDESS IN WIUT1N-C MR THE"
X. pUVciiiisc of all personal property
other than household furniture and one
yoU« of oxen, -Six cows, and "the farming
implements, leased to Angus C. Fraser,
will bo received hy the undursigileil up
to 12 o'clock noon on -Saturday, Tenth
June, ISS2.
W. NORMAN BOLE, ■
Solicitor for Administrator)
Coluiiihhi .Street, New Westminster.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA,
In the Goods of GEORGE GARRYPIE, Deceased.
ALL PARTIES WHO HAVF
claims against the said G-sorae
Garrypie nre hereby required to file their
claim's properly verified in the office of
the District Registrar of the fynreinc
Court nt New Westminster, on or bMbre
12 o'clock noon' on SattirUity the 1st nV,
of July; 1SS2; and all persons indebted
to the said (Jcorgc Garrypie, deceased,
nre required tit pay same into the said
Registrar on or before 12 o'clock noon ou
Saturday, IstJuly, ISS2.
10th May, 1882.
E. A. JENN.S,
D. K. S. C„ N. W.
W. Nohman Bole,
Solicitor for tlie Administrator,
my20 New Westminster,
W. RAE
COLUMBIA STREET,
J
Uext Door South of Colonial
Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B..C.
HAS   ALWAYS    ON    HAND   A,
VARIED STOCK OF
MERCHANDISE
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Crockery,
Glassware,
&c, &o.
,T!'ST BISCBIVED-A COMI'LETE
STOCK I IF
MILLINERY GOODS
Including Novelties in Fancy Straw
. Hats   nnd   Bonnets,  Flowers,
Feathers, Luces, Plain and
Shaded Watered Ribbons,
Sntiiis, Colored Velvets, Velveteens,
nnd Plush,
NEW DESIGNS in TIES & RUFFLES
HATS AND   BONNETS
Made ami trimmed, and satisfaction
"iianuiteed.
BERUN and ZEPHYR WOOLS,
^T-A-l Goods Hold at reasonable ,
rates.   Call and inspect onr stock
WM. RAE,
li   ■ Columbia Stii^ct. ami- gtorg-.
KITH AND KIN.
(Continued.)
"Then I am sure you stall never
fed it again. 1 promise you that, and
I beg your pardon, if I havo wounded
you," no said earnestly, and, hoping
to turn away her attention from that
topic, he add-sd;
"But you aaid flomethhig about going to church. Do you think the
neighbors expected mo to be at church
this morning, instead of rambling
round the lako, and talking about the
fells with the farmers' boys ?"
"I dare Bay people would bo a little
surprised, especially ns it was the day
after Mr. Aglionby's funeral.   Theso
small places, you see ■"
"Havo their lex nonscripla, which
is vory stringent. Yes, I know. I
ought to have gone. I would have
gone", if I had thought of it."
"Aro you a dissenter ?" asked Judith; "because there is a chapel-
Methodist, 1 think—-at Yoresett, aud a
Quakers' meeting-house at Bainbeck.''
"I am not what you would call a
dissenter, I suppose, but a free-thinker;
what it is no w fashionable to call au Agnostic—a modish name for a very old
thing."
"Agnostic—that means a person who
does not know, doesn't it ?"
"Yes. At least, with me, it does.
It means that I acknowledge and confess my utter and profound ignorance
of all things outside experience, beyond the grave; beyond what science
can tell ine."
"But that is—surely that is atheism
—rank materialism, isn't it V
"Scarcely, I think, is it? Because I
don't presume, or pretend to say, that
those things which believers preach do
not exist—all those things in the beyond, of which they so confidently
affirm five existence—I do not deny it;
1 merely say that for me such things
are veiled in a mystery which 1 cannot
.penetrate, And whieh I do not belierc
that any other man has the power to
penetrate. "My concern is with this
life nnd thia life alone. I have a moral
law quite outside those questions."
"Have you? Then you do affirm
some things?"
"Ono thing, very strongly," ho answered, with a slight smile, "a thing
which partly ngrees and partly disagrees with what you affirm—I am
supposing you to be a Christian,"
"And what is that?" asked Judith,
neither affirming nor denying her
Christianity.
"This: that to use tho words of the
Old Testament, 'The sins of the fathers
shall be vistted upon the children unto
the third and fourth generation,' ay,
and a go-} d<ml beyond that; and that,
in our system of belief or disbelief—
whichever you like to call it—there
exists no forgiveness of sins. That is
all. It is not nn elaborate creed, but
I think any one who really comprehends tt and accepts it, will und that
he must lead a life, to come up to its
spirit, as stern and as pure as that
which any system of theism can offer
lo him."
"No forgivenoss of sinB," faltered
Judith, more struck, apparently, hy
his words than seemed reasonable.
"That is surely a hard lesson. Not
evon hy repentance!"
He shook his head. "I don't see
how even repentance can bring forgiveness," he said. " 'The soul that
Burnetii, it shall die,' and 'the wages of
sin is death.' There is no getting out
of it, is there ? Tho man who lends a
sinful life docs not do it with impunity,
I think. If he seems to escape pretty
well himself, look at his children—his
children's children. Look at tho punishments that are transmitted from
generation unto generation 'of them
that hate me and despise iny commandments."
"That is God," said Judith.
"I know you call ifc so. To mo it
means the laws of science aud nature;
reason, morality, righteousness, clean
hands and a pure heart."
"And you think that would he sufficient to deter people from doing
wrong and wicked things ?" she asked,
still with an absorption of interest iu
the theme which surprised him, for all
it was a very old and hackneyed one—
a subject which had been disputed
thousands of times, and he had certainly not thrown any new light upon
it by his words.
"I do not know," said he, "I am an
Agnostic there, too.   It is to be hoped
that if it were not efficacious now—
whicli it hardly would be, I dare say-
it may become so in the course of time,
as the world grows what I call wiser,
what you denominate more skeptical,
I suppose.   At any rate the fact remains, wliich no theologian can deny,
that the sins of the fathers are visited
upon the childron daily, hourly, inevitably; and that if a man wish his
descendants to eacape punishment—if
he wish to escape it himself—he must
walk   circumspectly;  he  can't  be a
drunkard or a profligate nll his life,
and   by repenting on his death-bed
wipe out all the consequences to him'
self and others; despite all that is
preached about its being never too late
to mend, and never too late to be forgiven, he cannot do it.   He has sinned, and the effects aro there,   Surely
you will own that)"
"It cannot bo denied."
"Well, and a man or a woman cannot live a dishonest life—cannot go on
with a lie in tlieir right hands—without consequences ensuing.   They mny
repent, sooner or later, in dust and
ashes, and may swear, liko Faint aft", lo
'eschew sack and live cleanly,' but it
takes two, at any rate, to tell a lie or
to act one;, the effects Bjiread out in
rings—none can know where or how
they will end.   It cannot he escaped.
Some one must be punished."
"Then those who come after—is it
of no use for them to try to expiate
the sins of their fathers ? she asked,
with the same anxious, eager intent-
ness; "or, would it not be natural and
right1 for  thein  to say, 'Since my
fiarenfs left mo with this blight in my
ife, I'll even live recklessly. No repentance will cure it. There is no
justice. I will got what pleasure I can
put of my maimed existence, and the
future may look after itself?''*
"I told you the creed was a hard
one," he said. '"We havo no God of
mercy to go on our knees to for forgiveness. What we have sowed, we
must- reap,, God or no God.   It is open
to us to do as you say—'Eat, drink,
and bo merry, for to-morrow thou
shalt 'die.' Or, it is open to you to
take your stand as iirnily as may be,
to -do without the cakes aud ale; to
say, 'Whatever I may suffer for my
parents' sin, none shall have to suffor
for mine,' and to livo righteously."
"And the reward?" asked Judith,
looking at him eagorly and intently,
even anxiously.
"Thero is no reward, that I know
of, except the one which Christianity
says is not sufficient to keep a man
straight—the conviction that you have
done right and been honest, cost what
it might, and that whatever you have
suffered from others, no others shall
suffer by you. That ia all that I know
of."
' 'Then do you recommend this creed
to others?"   *
"I recommend it simply as I would
recommend truth, or what appeared to
mo to bu truth, before a lie—as I
would recommend a man setting out
on a journey to fill his wallet with dry
bread, or evon dry crusts, rather than
with macaroons aud cream-cakes."
She leaned her head on her hand,
iu silence, aud at last said:
"It is a hard doctrine."
"Yes, I know,   It is the only owe
that I ever found of; any service to me
in my life."
''It seems to mo that it might be
good for strong spirits, but that it
would altogether crush weak ones."
"Then, Miss Conisbrough, it should
be good for yours; it should be the
very meat to sustain it," said Bernard
involuntarily and eagerly.
Judith smiled, rather wanly.
"You imagine mine to bo a strong
spirit ?" she asked.
"I am convinced of it."
"You never were more mistaken in
your life.   I am a faint-hearted coward."   She rose, slowly, and paused
near the firo, "I think, Mr. Aglionby,
that there is a great deal of reason m
your Agnosticism.   I wish  people-
some people, I mean—had known of it
and realized it a long time ago."
Thore was a dreary hopelessness in
her tone, a blank sorrow in her expression, which went home to him.
Like many a strong soul which lias
been scarred iu battle, ho shrank from
seeing others exposed to the ordeal ho
had gone through. Ho thought she
was going, all dcsolato as she was aud
looked. He could not endure the idea
of sending her comfortless away, and
he strove to detain her yet another
moment.
"Do you mean,'' he hastily asked,
and in a low voice—"do you mean
about my grandfather ? Because, you
know, I try to livo up to my convictions. Ho did wrong, I know—and
those who come after him must suffer
from it more or less; but Ihavo elected
to take the Bide of not lotting others
suffer by me, and "
"I was not thinking of my great
undo at all," was the unexpected re
ply. "You aro harping on the way in
which he has left his money. And
you would like to make it right. You
cannot. I nevor realized until now,
how utterly impossible it is. Yes, the
sins of the fathers shall be visited upon
the children. But you have committed
not sin. Do not trouble yourself. If
it wero merely money—though I am
nearly a pauper, I never felt to care so
little for money as I do now. It seems
to mo to make so little difference I
think I shall try your creed, Mr. Aglionby; it seems to mo to be a manly
one." She held out her hand,
"But you want a womanly one," he
urged eagerly, yet not too boldly.
"No; 1 want as strong, as masculine,
as virile a creed as I can find. I want
a stick to lean upon that will not fail
me, and I believe you have extended
ifc to me this night, though I will not
deny that it has a rough and horny
feeling to the hand.   Good-night."
"I am greatly concerned," ho began,
nnd his face, his voice, aud his eyes
all showed that concern to be profound.
"Donofcbeconcerned. Ithanky.mfor
it," said Judith, smiling for the first
time upon hiin. Aglionby hardly knew
what the fooling was which seemed to
strike like a blow upon his heart, as he
met that smite, exquisitely sweet and
attractive, like most smiles of grave
faces. He could not spoak a word,
for the amotion was altogether new to
him. Passively he allowed her to
withdraw her hand, and to walk out of
the room.
He sat with his elbow on his knee,
his chin in his hand, gazing into the
tire, and would have sat there till the
said firo had expired, had uot Mrs.
Aveson at last wonderingly looked iu
to ask if he had finished supper.
"Yes," he answered, abruptly, and
the word-* of the song came tenderly
into his mind:
il Ai
New Stock!
LADIES'
Heavy Jackets and
Quilted Skirts. Colored Merinos, blk.
Cashmere and blk.
Crape Cloth.
FLANNELS
In White, Scarlet,
Blue, Gray, and
Plain, and Stripes,
and Checks—both
English, Canadian,
and American, twilled and plain, wool
shaker and cotton.
COTTONS
In white and gray.
Brown and white
Sheetings. Towels
of all kinds.
BLANKETS
In colors & white.
QUILTS and Coun-
terpanes. Ticking,
Drilling, and Hessians Canadian
YARN.
FURS.
Ladies' Furs in
Muffs, Boas & Caps.
CLOTHING.
Men's Clothing in
Tweed suits or otherwise. Overcoats
and Ulsters.
CEO.
LAND
TURNER,
SURVEYOR.
McColl's Store, Holbrook's Stone
Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
J. A. R. HOMER,
FRONT STREET.
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M.D.
OFFICE-MACKENZIE STREET
(NEAIt DUIM, 8HIi»).
Residenoe-Merivale Street,
Dr, Loftus I, Mclnnes,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Opposite tiie Post-office, Columbia Street.
Office Hoitiis—Morning, from 11 to 1;
livening, from 3 to 8,
C. J. LEGGATT,
Barrister-at'Lnw
NOTARY PUBLIC   ETO.
OFPICE-Noxt door to Uren's Photo.
Gallery, McKenzie st., Nov/ Westminster.
BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS  IN—
GROCERIES
A. T. D. MacELMEN,
BARRISTER • AT ■ LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, &0„
HAS BEStJMKD PRACTICE IN ALL
THB COURTS.
OFFHIK—Columhia street, bpnosite Hy
aclc. Hall, New Westminster, B. C.
JAMES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
AUCTIONEER !
COLUMBIA   STREET,
(Opp, poliinltil lietell
N E W   W'JSS TM lN'fi T B II
*3TSeveral good Farms for Pale mul to
Lease. nolo
fijRNEe,BEETONil
MERCHANTS,
WllAUF STREET, • VIOTOUIA.
North llrillsli and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
SO Finsliury Cirona,
London, 1'. C.
-■iGLBB-X*-
PROVISIONS,
WHARF STRKET,
VICTOKIA, B.C.
«»^r-*»lS:t'Tn~U,tr'i'vJ
FEW    SCHEDULE
TrtreAuGSrESSS
-*-Fon—
WHITE LABOR
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $125 00 per month.
Rook Fovetnen... .S3 00 to & 00 I? day
Earth Foromen,., 2 25 to 3 00    "
Bridge Foreinon,, 3 00 "
Bridge Cafpontos,
lat class  2 50 "
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00 "
Masons 2 50 to 3 50    "
Blacksmiths,    1st
clnss   3 00 "
Blacksmiths,
NOTICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM McCOLL
BEGS  TO INFORM HIS NUMEROUS patrons that lio has removed
his Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Whero will be found, aa usual, a complete assortme'nt o'f
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
And a fine line of
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, &c, &e„
Which will ho sold at tho LOWEST
POSSIBLE PRICKS 'for Cash.
He thanks his friends for their past
liberal patronago and hopes for a continuance of the same. mhl
2nd
Blacksmith Helpers   t 50 to
Drillers  1 75 to
Laborers ." 1 50 to
Hewers, 1st class 3 50
Choppers, 1st class 2 50
Scorers, 1st class 2 50
2 00
2 00
175
H. W. HUGHES,
k
Hats in Every Style.
"Nocb ■eintiil 1st nni biirakrn;
(iuili'U Al.rli'l, KiK.ii Jfjucllt!
Do Mumil ncliUmt u|> du Ilnken
Uim lliiirgutt Unit lie Waclit,"
About noon the next day, Sir Gabriel Danosdnlo and his son, riding
down the hill behind Scnr Foot, left
oft' a lively discussion on politics, which
bad hitherto engrossed thorn, aud
turned their thoughts and their conversation toward tho house wliich had
just come in Bight.
"I wonder bow wo shall liko him,"
observed Sir Gabriel. "At tbe funeral,
I took good notico of him—you wero
not thorn."
"No, I don't go to them on principle.1'
''That is a mistake," said bis father;
"there is nevoy any harm in occasionally confronting in another, what must
somo time be one's own hitter ond.
When 1 fairly realized that it was old
John who was being laid undor tbe
ground there, my own contemporary,
and tho friend of my youth, I assure
you that the things of this present, the
roast and tho boiled, the lands ana the
houses, seemed to shrink away into remarkably small compass. It puts things
beforo one in another light."
Sir Gabriel spoke with a tempered
cheerfulness, and Randulf replied, "I
nover thought of it in that way; I havo
no doubt you nre right,"
"You aro young, it is no wonder you
havo never thought of it in that way.
But, as I was saying, I took remarkably good notice of this young fellow,
and it was strongly borne in upon my
mind that if he and old John had been
much together, tbe roof of Soar Foot
must have flown off under tho violence
of thoir disputes. He is not of us,
Itandulf; not one of my kind, though
ho may suit your new-fangled notions,"
(To 1.0 Continued.)
GLOVES
In Ladies' blank,
dark & light shades
in kid. Tn Men's
Gloves, buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth—
all shades, lined and
unlined.
B'VXITC.-K-'rXXXM'Crr
In Uentlemcn'* Furnishing (ioods.
LAMPS,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE.
PLATE DWARE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE BEST.
In Groceries ami Provisions
Every thing the beBt
that can be had, and
at the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.
W. D. FERRIS,
CONVEYANCE!*,
House, Land, Court; and
CENERAL AGENT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS,
Agent for (lie THAT EM.KRS* ISSI'U-
AMI; €0., or llnn'ord, Coun.
New Wefftnlnxler, II. C.
C, I, MAMTEN,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
WATOHE3, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND SILVER PLATED WARE
For Sale,
.tu kimii «i uolii nml Hii.vi:« jew.
EI.UV   nmile It. order.
ETRUSCAN COtOMNC, COLD &SILVER PLATING.
EniuigeiOTllI    nnd   Weil.tlllK   Win.
mi.l    Wl-llltlllK
•prelu.l).
isr Watches  and  .lewolry oiirofnlty
repaired. Old (.old nnd Silver bought,
jnyltc
Having established Ihwtnoss in tlie abovo
Lines and by
RECENT IMPORTATIONS
European & Eastern Markets
We eve prepared to lill orders to thu
Trade in the following Goods:
TEAS,
COFFEES,
SUGARS,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,
BACON,
LARD,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
Candles, Rice, Syrup, Cheese,
Dried mills, Canned Goods,
Vinegar. Baking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
BEANS,
BRIOMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And nil other Gooda in tlio Grocery and
Provision Lino.
'AU outside labor 10 hours per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses will ho convenient
along the Lino.   Board--$4 per week.
It will not he compulsory for Kinploy-
ees to hoard in the Company's Houses.
Wages will he paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
A.  ONDERDONK,
Gkxehai, Manaukh.
OFFICE OV THK OoNTIUWOTtS,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1, J881.
NEW WESTMINSTEB, B.C.
-A-Q-HJCTT   1TOK
Twonto Weekly Mnll 81 00
Toronto Weekly flli.lie 1 00
Mrnitreul npnil.. A Weekly Stnr 1 00
M-mlmtl Wuekly Wlliii**  1 10
Scirntlflc Amurlrnn .. S 2h>
Srnttir.li Amcric in .l.iiii nni  .1 00
firm Frniictari IlullotJn 2 50
Hitrpcr^ Miifinzinf- nml Wftklv, end.  4 0ft
fli,(Wn Ij-ulirV tl'ioV  l* no
Snn FrnttclRCD WVekW Cnl! (HI linoltK freel  1 ST
Frinik Ut>]\v'n Publications Rt l'i.Ul*Wa l'rln*.
Oiteini'it I.ifc  2 (.0
Tio.-in.l or Tn-t)aV 2 to
Llvijrimul Portraits of nival of ltvc!.nVnt**of tl.8.
And nny otlier ■uitiei*. or Mnpii.tncA or ltn|>t>rt*in<-»*
in Gum-In or io iV Unltu.1 si si.-. Tin. 1tiill.-i.ii
UntliU iem it lot of WodN ami plnnl*. YiRtttli' ut tlio
Mnrliiini'-'.-i I iH-liline. Tlie nliove lire nil otTered nt
Ilie Hinne I'liee* r.ltil'gHl by iiiiMEilier-ii mi thtt
RboiiDl* vnu ii|i|)lv I In* sooner iho pii'mr \vlll nrrtoe,
Agmit !br World ItibllMiiiin Cii., flUolnh*, Ont.
ItKNl'Y W. IITHIIIR8, Agr.nl>
milt New West minuter, II. 0.
Jtt'a** Oni'tpli Orgnnt,—limit mndp.  1'nrtIruluri* on
eni|niry.
ESTABLISHED   IN   1852.
L P. FISHER'S
isr "aws PAPaa
DR. SPINNEY & C0,'S
DISl'ENSARY,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
fi°:
DVERTISING
TE3 I*J «*Z3 "W
Rooms 2(1 anil HI, Merchants' £x>
change, California SI.,». l\, Cal.
N.B;i
Every Man to his Own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OIT. COLONIAL HOTKL),
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  li. 0.
MORAL • If you want u flood article,
go to C. G. MAJOll'S: if you want things
cheap, hut "ciilttid," why, go olaowhcro-
ITEM—What everybody nays imiHt he
true ; ami if true, then tho ImiiclHomci-t
display of Valuable Uooda, Silver and
Pitttttf'« undoubtedly to hu found at
C. G. MAJOR'S,
OOUJMBIA   STEE11DT,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Recipes n Specialty.   '
N.  B. — Only Gemrino Drugs uhciI.
Over twenty years' oxperionco.    tur23
SPECIAL ATTENTION
lit etilled to the tuidernoted Good*-:, on
whieh the moat LIBERAL INDUCE-
MKNTS will ho offered to tho
Trade, as we are
SOLE
Agents for Britisli Columbia
WOODS £ TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
ROTS,  DKBTH, *«., (JObl/ECTRD,
Lonm Negotiated, and a Gonoral
Agency Business transacted.
AliKSTH  FOR THK
PhcnU Kirn Insurance (,'ompany or
Brooklyn, and the
Kqultnblo Life Assurance  Society
of the United States.
COMIMBM   KTUKKT.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C,
1\ O. Box 40.
GOOD AS 60UIBAKIXG POWDIR
Tho Best und Chcnpest.
BEACON  LIGHT  COAL OIL,
Water White and Pure.
ARCTIC SUGAR CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being   the  Largest Size und Best
Tolmoeo.
DU. SPINNEY, well Known m tli* Unn-
diirnf lli« M.mtl.*nl, <('. K.l Mnlit'iil liixli-
luto, im.l IMu I'l-'ipriftorrit tin; SHNNHYVIM.K
INF1UMAIIY, would most ronpectfnl))* lulonn
iiin imlii'iitfl nnd (tin ntlHrtod Ri'H«riill,v, Hint liv
Mill coi.tiiuirs t'i li'i'Hl clirtinlciiiitl tiviv.iHN din-
OMWWitll iliJi.Hlit'Mi'i. tmcOUBH.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
It cm mn tier tlmt prw.rfllt' ■■■Hon w thu tliief of
I tm u iu
COME AND BE HEALED.
It innttcvti not wtnit your trouldni* mny ho, romo
Mini lei tho Doctor oiitmino your ciiho It will
pout ymi n,.||.iii|; for cuiisilltntloii, mi iiluntto cull
iind ".iH**.)' yinir*M!lvi'» wlmthiT tlm Doctor under-
Htntultt your ratio. It lit. win ciue ynu ho will tell
yoll 8a* if not. hu wiil loll you tlmt, tot* lio will
not untiortnku n ciwo iihIobi lio Ih contiilunt of df.
tuctliift a ouro,
1'nrilon ut n illntauro WlfllilltK troutmont, liy
■oudinij ISo itnd it minute dcKcri*iiioti of their
lioiiltlu'i will rcceivci Iu return » full Cottrnu of
treiitiuent Bceurety pucked nous not tncHello curiosity,
IHt. SPINNEY will mm run tec to forfeit Fivo
Iluii'li'.'.l [i.'llnni lor oTcry cuso of nny kind ur
t'luirui'li'r whieh Im ii.ii1iirliiken.iir1 fldls tenure.
Pi 8.—For difliinnes of nhov Hiding, » full
conrnp of modiclui'i, suftkitiii cure, with
nil inMructloiu. will he mint io „jynddrosson
rocolitt of $10.
Call or Addvi'SR
Dr. SPINNF.Y to CO.,
i»88-1y      No. 11 Koiirnoy.Bt.,SmiKiuwctaco,Cttl.
ADYKIlTlStNG SOMCITKIl
nil iitwnpnnors pulitlslied Utl the I'lirlflo
lite Siiii'lVi'lcli lMitntts. ."olviirHiii, Mexintl.
I'litiniiiii. YitlpiirnJmi, Jnpnn, Olilnn, New
il, llm Atintmllitn Colonic*, tin* Kflntont
mid Europe. Fili'n of tieitrly oVery n«wg-
pnhltsliud on llm 1'iu'iHi* Ooitit urn kept
' on liiiiol ttlnl nil mlvi" llnei'*i nri)
m lioura.
iill.iWi d tree ncccit* to them iluiini; I mill i
'I'lm ItniTisii Qoldmumv In kept
lilent till
OREGON PRINOE
WILL STAND FOU SKUVICK
during tlio sciu-ni, of ISS'J, nu
the Km-m of the iiiidersijjncd, Chilli-
wlmek, nud at Lnnglny, Liulnev's Landing, nnd Mnple Kidgu.
OllEaOS PltlKCK was foaled in Oregon;
will bo 0 yearn old in May; Is a dappled
gray! stands 17.1/ Imiula high; weighs l(i7fi
lhs. ut present, will weigh uhout 1880 lbs.
during season; is very gentle, very fust
u'ulker, good trotter, and a powerful
horse in hurness. lie was sired hy W.
Mycr's imported Perehcron — "Winto
I'rince." Oukoon Pkinck won second
pi'ixo at tho Victoria Agricultural Fair
lust November, nnd is tho largest, horsn
ou the mainland of British Columbia.
TKRMS-S10, $]r>, and 820. Parties
from it* distance Bonding mures will ho
entitled to free pasturage for ono month.
R. STEVENSON,
jnylltc. ChilHwhauk.
BUSINESS NOTICE
•vroTicB  is
XST'D'EI'X.
To DlSKAeSS, CoMl'I.A!HT» Will ACClDRerW
whicli Ua(.y.miii's Ybli^w Oil. U Kirnnin*
teed to cine Or relievo either la Man or
Ul'.AST.
TAKEN IHTEIKAlir PM
CROUP, | COUGHS,
CRAMPS, SORE THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLBS, Ac.
APPLIED EXTEIHUIV FM
RHEUMATISM,
ClIILBLAIXS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMEXESS,
CONTRACUONSl,
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPRAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
PAININBACK,
PAINInSIDE,M,
Every bottle guaranteed to give aatiifoc
tion or money refunded,
DintBTIOHS WITH IMHIDT1U. Mill aSo.
T.HIlBTJiaTSOO^Proprlltori
TUUONTO, OUT. •
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT THE—
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
     HEREBY   GIVEN,
_ , that tho Biuinou lioratofofo carried
on untlor tlio immo of R. W. Deane & Co.
on Columbia Street, Now Westminster,
will from this .late bo carried on under
tho name of TRAPP BROS., they having
purchnsod tho above-named Business,
assuming all liabilities and collecting all
accounts due the late firm.
t TRAPP BROS.
ALL ACCOUNTS due tho late firm
of R. \V. Deane * Co. must bo paid to
the undersigned within thirty days from
the date of this notice..
TRAPP BROS.
March 22, 1882. mh2ii
TIIE GREAT EM1SII REMEDY
Im ii never-fulling
(hire for Nerv«
ousDebiliir.Kx-
liausled Vitality
nf h ny k i n il,
WoHkiicss, Pur*
alysia. nnd all
the terrible t/-
fi-rlB otyoutlifiil
t^—J-r^m——m fylllefl, and ex-
esses In tniiturpr years,
UK. MINTIK will wc-? to forfeit
Fife Hundred llollnrs for a cuss of
this kind the Vital Ket-tornthe (under
Ills special mlvicn nnd treatment) will not
cure, or for nuvtliii c Impure or Injurious
iiiun.l in It. DR. MIXTIK trials All Dll-
I'ttaea sui-cessrully without mereury.
(JoiiHUltallon free.  Tliorotigh examl-
tmtiiiii Htiil ml vice, $;V00.   Piles of Tllll
Krslorallvt', $300 a hottl«. or four
times the quantity, $10-00; sent to nny
editress upon receipt of price of C O. DM
Becnre from obaervutlon, nnd in privnte
mime if desired, by A.' E, MINTIK*
Hill.
Those who cannot visit DB. MINTIK
tn Sun Frnnclrco should semi h full mid
minute BtiHPmcnt ot their troubles with
$25*00, nud in return n full course of
Medicine will be forwarded, securely
pneked, so as not to excite curiosity.
Al! orders for medicine O. O. D, must
be nccnmpnnied with 91.00 (as n guarantee of -rood faith), which will be deducted when the pneknge Is shipped.
SAMPLE B0TTM! FREK.-Sent on
nppliuntiim by letter nutltip gymplomi,
sex mid ngc, CnnimiinieHtlons strictly
confiilentinl. jny3l-ty
II keumey Hirert, Hun Iritnelnro, ChI.
AYRSHIRE BULLS!
THK UNDERSIGNED HAS FOR
mile on raiHoiiiiblu teriun a few half-
bred Ayrshire yearling Ilnlls, Hired liy tho
Thorough hrcil Ayrshire Bull
The dtiiiis being choice  dairy cows.
A. S, VEDDKR,
•   jell SuniflJ,

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