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Array Provincial See
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Every'Wetlnesda*. & Saturday.
— BT —
ROBSONBROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. EHTMHOE TO Editorial and Busmen d^aitmemt thwuqh T. r.
PiaiunACo's. Book18tatio«m Store.
Tk|MS--ny Mnll, S3 n vcnr t tl 60 for fl mon. •
fl for 3 mas. t imyalile In Advn'ice, Dollvorcd
by On lienor Ajr.tir.t-, »l per tiuartor, pnjrnlile
qpiirtwlylbCnrtler or Agent.    -    '
lenor
AA(NT*i
T, K. Hints ft Co. VlOTMIA.
Wm, HaamsoN Ynu,
L. P. FISHER Adrertlilna Agent, 21 Merchant',
l-ixcnnntie, Sen Kreneleee, iHfinttturUedtu receive
Adtertl.einente. fur tlii. neper.
f nt pttish (Eolttittbktt.
Saturday Mornlna, May 19, 18*,.
Joined lo His Idols.
Our local contemporary appears
to  bt  thoroughly wedded  tq tlio
principle of "squatting." Nor would
ht confine the application of that
principle   to unlawful entry upon
land; although it is that phase of
the subject with wliich it is proposed to deal just now,' Adverting
to the announcement that the rail
way   lands   hereabouts  me   to lie
thrown open to settlement, our con
.temporary says it will lie cheerinj;
news for those* who supported the
resolution in the local house (why
to them  in particular 1), and then
At proceeds, with sublime consistency, to prove that matters will be
in no way improved by opening Up
litjse lands to settlement—that they
ire really better now, aa "aquatiers"
Mil go lit and acquire on more favor-
ihle terms than would be possible
f they were thrown o'teti.   Then he
>*s   on    to   cx|w'.iate   ttpnti   the
rights" nf tlio "sijiiatter," and en-
lourages  n   more extended applica
lion of 'the 'principle  before these
amis shall bo placed in tho market..
it *is almost inconceivable  that a
writer  arrogating   to  himself   tho
LruHi-clit.i.nht), uf the publio'ititet-ests
would be guilty of giring aiieh advice—encouraging and) a practice.
As   a   simple  mutter of   fact, the
"squatter" litis "no rights" tliat any
tlovei-iinieiit'need1 respect.    He en-
;tra   u|wu   the   public domain  in
iicttial violation of law, and thereby
-coders himself liable to pains and
penalties.      To say that, by such
■n act, the man can create "lights"
which   the  Government must res-
[tiict is sheer nonsense; and the beat
arideuce that the people cannot be
misled by inch transparent rubbish
jotisists ill  the fact that they don't
iquat.   Thaw inane haveringaabout
ihe   lieanties   of   "squatting"   are,
therefore,    harmless.     But    there
one part of  the article under
eview,   which    might    be    mis-
iiievoua, at least to the extent to
Which the. paper in circulated nnd
tead; but fortunately the mischief
yould lie very circumscribed.    We
efer to that portion in which ia de-
lictad the disastrous folly of settling
'.pon the alluvial lands of the Lower
fraser. ' S|>eaking nf the settler, it
ays:—"In the delusive hope that
ie can protect himself from fresh
ill, ht takes up such landa, and
imetiinta haa the luck to escape
ubmtrgence for one or two seasons;
ut hia loss ia all the greater after
i few seasons of impunity, and every-
iiing, house, crops, cattle, all are
arried away at one fell swoop on
ime season of unusually high water.
, t then occult to lliu), as may to
ther prudent settlers that the lands
overed  with brush and trees, if
isjiey do cost a little more labor in
learing, are at any rate fiee from
he affects   of  floods."   Now, this
It, we submit, a piece of gross exag
'ration,  calculated   to  create   all
•roneons impression raapecting the
ich delta landa on the Lower Fra
jr.   There  niidoubtedly are some
rts  liable to overflow;   but, in
enty-two years' experience, we ate
,t aware of a tingle disaster of tha
inscription inferred to—no, not even
the sweeping away of a lien-coop!
tid even, where dyking must be
irted to, ia it not a fact that
lese rich "savannas" of which our
pauntemporary apaaks, can he dyked
|$ir very much leas than wooded hind
in be cleared 1   Experience shows
jat lands can be dyked for about
ito dollars an note; but of bourse
; ie cost  must be  to a vory great
. [tent regulated by local conditions.
an wooded land be deal-ad for live
.liars an acre t   Can it bo denied
ii r  Ave tiliica  five t     And   when
tared, will it. twaa easily oultiva-
d or ns productive as the other I
is a'pity that such an impression
the  licit  delta :nmls of this iin
'   tiaitt tlialriol aa the above extract
"   unloiilittt.il   to  create  tliotlltl  go
road.
British Columbian.
, VOLUME 21
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1882.
NUMBER 38
cScientifk Itttecelta!).
Dr. Elliott Coues' now Hit <>f tlie
hirda of North Americii menwo-,,**> 888
species. Only abttut 500 weti known
in Audubon's time.
The dazzling etTopt of the electric
aro is a sourco uf ohjection u» its iiec
an a locomotive liend-light |by the
Freneh engineers who have men try
ing it.
.The appropriations of the British
Government for scientific purposes
this year include $-1,000 to the Meteoro*
logical Council for furnishing weather
forecasts tu newspapers without cost.
The same liberal nation of science will
be called upon to contribute 975,000
to defray the expenses: of observing
the transit of Vemia in Deoember.
"W»» micro-telephone has heen ap-'
plied by Count Yon Eugenberg, iii the
Tyrol, to the discovery of underground
atrtrtuis of water. He buries aever^il
microphones in the soil, connecting
each, with a telephone. With this
arrange tu eut he isenaliled, in the tiuior
of idglit, ti> distinguish -ho gurgle of
flowing water at a considerable depth
in1 the earth.
Prof. Nordepskjold during his Arctic voyages was perplexed by the question, what become-*- of the bodies -if
animal-*, which die a natiiitil death. He
very seldom found such remains, and
declared that on fepitzhBrgen , it -was
easier to find vertehrae of monster
extinct reptiles than this bones of the
seal, walrus or bird of the present day.
The problem is yet unsolved.
A London medical officer, Dr. Gibbon, is authority for the statement
tliat the Jews of London average twice
as long a period of life as lhe Chris-
ti'uis. Pulmonary consumption and
scrofula are almost unknown among
the Jews of the metro* ml is. Tlieir
children seem to suffer less from disease than d<> those of tlie Ijiiglinh aud
Irish Gentiles in neighboring localities.
A. curious btiriiil place was lately
revealed in New Zealand. Au im-
ineiit'Q tree, supposed to be many
centuries "Id, was blown down, aud a
large quantity of human hones was
disclosed in the hollow interior, some of
the skeletons being quite perfect. The
existence of the cemetery w.'S unknown to the Maories of the vicinity,
who assert that it iiuis- date from a
very ancient period.
M. Arthur M*>rin, of Paris, states
that experiments continued for. a number of years by garrisoned cavalry regiments iu various parts of Franco have
proved that horses are healthier aud
stronger when kept in stables with
doors and windows open night and
day in all seasons than where they are
kept shut. Similar observations have
been mado in stables containing Wge
numbers of cattle, which are by good
ventilation relieved from epidemic
alloctions of the respiratory organs,
The havoc wrought by lightning is
often frightful. A few weeks ago a
thunderbolt struck a chimney 150
feet high—located in a town in the
north of France—and cut a deep fissure in its entire length. Among other
examples of like powerful effects,
Arago states that in 17*12 lightning
destroyed the turret of a church at
Cornouailles, and threw a stone weighing not less than 225 pounds to a distance of 150 feet; and, in 1809, a.
wall near Manchester, weghiui; moro
than 20 tons, was lifted from its foundation and removed nine feet at one
end by a very violent thunderbolt
Ail oriental writer bus recently
given an interesting description of an
ancient burial iu the Chinese empire.
It waa the custom for the wealthy man
to procure his cuttin when he had
reached tho age of forty. He would
then havo it painted three times ii
year with a composition resembling
silicate paint or enamel, which formed
an exceedingly liard coating. 'Ihe
process of making Hub paint is now
one of the lost arts of China. If the
owner, of the collin lived long enough,
llie frequent painting—each coat being of coiisiderabli thickness—caused
it to assume tho appearance uf a sarcophagus, with a foot or more in thickness of this hard, stone-like shell.
After death the veins and cavities of
the person's stomach were lilted with
quicksilver for tho purpose of preserving the body. A piece of' jade would
then be placed in each nostril and ear,
and in one hand, while a piece of bar
silver would be placed in thu other
hand., The body thus prepared was
placed on a layer of quicksilver within
the ciillin; the latter was sealed, and
the whole deposited in Ita Anal resting
place. When some of these sarcophagi
were opened after a lapse of centuries,
the bodies were found to be perfectly
preserved, but they quickly crumbled
to dust on being exposed to the air.
R. T. Wiluams, Popular Market
BOOK BINDER, PXrEK RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria* B. G.
arthor w. sullivan;
1IEAI.HK   IX
&ENERAL MERCHANDISE
8RANYILI.E, B. I.,
COLUMBIA STRKET  WEST.
W. J. FRENCH,
PROPRIETOR.
MORTON   HOUSE,
SPENfTS BRlitCE.
On Sunny Side ol Thompson River.
THE ABOVK | HOTEL IS NOW
open fclr tlio accolhllludntion of tlie
Public, aiul. tho proprietor, will endeavor
to deserve a fair share of patronage.
The very^bestof Winks, Liquors and
ClOAits will always he kept.
C.    MORTON
July 1, 1881. auO
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, the largest and choicest assortment of
MEATS AND VE6ET BLES.
LAMB,  VEAL. TURKEYS, Ac, in
Betuon.
Families, Restaurants, and Stcainhoats
supplied at the lowest prices and with
the utmost care.
New WoBtmhiater, B. C.      *"      delO
IP. BMRL3T,
Contractor and Builder.
PLAX8 ami Sl'EIII'H'ATtOX-. CARS-
IT LI.I .K.IMK OUT.
ALSO .HiKX'l-  FOR TIIE
Asph ilt Roofing Company.
This is tho BK8T nnd CHEAPEST
Roofing now in use. Call and examine
model roof.
ttf Shop corner of Mackenzie & Clark-
son Streets, New Westminster.    anl2
FIRE INSURANCE.
THE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)
W TRANCE, COMPANY
: Capital, - £'*,0llo,QO0Stcrllns!
Risks accepted at  Current Rates of
Premium hy
JOHN C. BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminster.
SELLING OFF!
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
THE KSTI11E STOCK,Ofi
FnriiUtir*-,',   Pfctnm,   Mouldings,
Wall Paper, ntid Mei-UkerH'
(JOOds,
Iii the Store lately occupied hy David
Withrow.
Orders for Goods which aro not on
hand will he filled from Victoria on Bhort
notice.
For furthor particulars, apply on the
promises, Columbia Street, New Westminster, or to
J,   SEHL,
Victoria, ]J. C.
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. 0.
HAW   FRIVt,   (Httf   FirriX-K,    MHK.
s5iith, rirniRv (;ito:mi,
H«fMo».H su uu*i;u;i»,
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned ami Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Sale.
I lUbrcllaN Mt'iitlvil, anil OihtjiI Repair-
Irk neatly dime.
Ammunition of all kinds. A full assortment of Re-loading Tools, ami everything
required by a Sportsman. Rifi.eh, Shot
Gunh, Rkvolvi:iw, and FtsuisG Tackle
for sale. d'J4y
"Their name is legion" — the people
who praise that matchless medicine.
Burdock Blood Bitters. It acts at
onee upon the Secretion's, tho Bowels,
the Liver, the Skin, aud the Kidneys.
tt purifies the .Blood, dispels all foul humors, and strengthens the nervous and
debilitated system. No known remedy
can do more. Try it aud be convinced.
With the approach of Spring, Biliary
Complaints prevail that often lead to
serious results. Guard against their
attack In time hy using Burdock Blood
Bitten, the best Liver Invigorator, Kidney Corrector, Regulator of the Bowels
and Secretion**, and the purest, most permanent Tonic in the world. For sale by
all dealers.
Hagyard's Pectoral Balsam ie a purely
vegetable healing balsam. It cures by
loosening the phlegm and corrupt matter
from the Lungs and expelling it from the
system, Croup,: ABtnina, Bronchitis,
Hoarseness, and all pectoral diseases
yield to it promptly. It costs S3 cents
per bottle,-     ff
ADVA (imi OF THE
COAL OIL
Over the Refined Oils of Petroleum
lor Illuminating Purposes:
THE BEACON LIGHT is
an Oil of High Test with a light gravity,
which makes tha Oil a protection against
explosion.
Ono Urdlmiry Rimer give* n (Brilliant) Light I'll mil (o Ten ('audio
Light*!
Its odor is not offensive.   The Beacon
Light OU is
FREE  FROM SMOKE & SMELL.
In point.of KcononiV) the .Beacon Light
1 Oil is
lias ExrEMiVE nu ornu oils.
„ Tlie Consumer burning one light—for
Four Hours—will not consume over Ono
Gill, or one thirty-seeoml part of a Gallon. Which tlocs not tax the Consumer
more titan Two Cents for a whole night. •
OPPENHEIMER BEOS.,
fat : Sole Agent., Victoria, B.C.
.■"8TABMSI1ED 1S59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE  LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AN3 VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, aiul Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AND—
MUSICAL INSTEUfflENTS
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A fine Asssortment; from §25 to $00,
—AT—
It U.Y.I.L & CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
'iOYKI'.VMKNT STKEET,  VICTORIA.
J.  BAGNALL,
Pianoforte &Okgan Tuxeii k Rei-aiukh
I'l'IIE CLYItESIIALS ST1LUII\
"GLENGARRY."
FIRST PRIZK AT OREGON STATE
and District Fairs. Dam and Sire
imported from Scotland} color, bright
dappled bay; height, 17 hands; weight,
1800 lbs. Will make the season at owner's farm near Victoria, i
TEH, IMS:
Season—$30, due when Marc sent.
Insurance—§40, due when Mare in
foal. 3
Mares served at risk of owners.
Mares from Mainland met at Steamer at Victoria and returned to same; no
extra charge whatever.
ALSO
"YGliM NAMBLETONiAN"
From "Pathfinder" Mare, to a few Mares
at $25 the season.
J, D. PEMBERTON,
apI2 Victoria, Box 243.
"PRINCE   IMPERIAL"
WILL STAND FOR THE SEA-
son of 1882, commencing about
13th inst. Season from arrival to continue till 1st July, travelling from Ladner's Landing to Chilliwhack.
"TKINCK IMPERIAL" is a dawded
Grey, 3 years old, stands 10 hands nigh,
weight about 1430 lbs., short-legged,
closely built (sired hv Myers1 "White
Pnnuo"), with splemlut action; good feet,
ami docile temper, gootl worker, anil
stin- foal-getter. Testimonials will ao-
comj-.a'aiy him.
Terms for Season $10
Insurance  13
Cash payable at end of season. Cash
for insurance, when mare is known to be
in foal, or has been parted with.
Not responsible for accidents, but all
care taken.
For furthor particulars apply to
R. A. PURVER.
Ladner'o Landing, April 4, 1882.       ap5
sniAitCoAThD,
;;    \7ti     Purely
<\-jtfjtte!   Veoktablb
I'i !ily recommended
i^r icillou-tacM,
'■■■ail-Arlir, Ion*-
* .-Mtlnn.lndlge*-'
i v*, Heartburn,
pain. Losa of Ap<
'   it.tiler, torn of
r.i. tlTfr(*)*»•
■rromlheSiom-
■ ■■■*.  Thoy are safe,
.ntclloa. Fromltoa
, E-F.Il BOX.
ROYAL CITY
(I.IKITBD)
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
^-AI,L DKSCKIPTI0N8 OF—
Rough & Dressed Lumber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Planlns. Seroll-snwlng, Turn-
In*-, Shaping;,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
PISH. CASES   A   SPECIALTY.
RIC 'ARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  O.
JOHN HENDRY,
*    Manager.
J. H. PLEftCE 1 CO.
IMPORTERS ASD DEALERS IN
HARDWARE
STOVES,
RANGES,   toO., toO..
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
tho LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Tinware manufactured on the premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to.
nOLBROOK'H STOIHK wilding.
Mew ;We ute-nlnrtm*.
GO TO THE
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
r>OOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY
)   description made to order, and re*
paired, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
The highest CASH price paid for HIDES
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
Opposite tht Bask.
IMPERIAL
FIR! INSURANCE COMP'lf.
I Old Broad St. and 16 Pail Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITl^ED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES A OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Sliips iu Port, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods ou board such Vessels, throughout
Groat Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,(300.000 STG.
Rates of Pruimun and ovary informa- j
tion can be obtained on application to      |
L
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in the City.
THE ODimiY DFPAITIIXT
IS UNDER  THE  CHARGE  OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will he found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
Tho Parlors and Sleeping Apart-
ments are under  the superintendence
of Mrs. Howisox.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies.
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Heading Room, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and pupers, is
provided for the use of guests.
•X-SXeB   lB.4L.Et
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wises, Liquors, Cigars, kc.
j. w. HOWISON.
Proprietor.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BURRARD  INLET.
Newly Built anil Newly Furnished,
. Large and Commodious.
■      ;  ■ %%,
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS OH THE MAINLAND,
Commands an unbroken view  of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future tenmnus
of    tho   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
SHITS    OF    ROOH9    FOB    FUllMftf.
S3T Visitors and Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will he found to
1m strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
JOSEPH  MANNION,
Proprietor.
0R0 RESTAURANT
COMIMBIA BTI1EET,
NEW WFSTMINSTER, B. 0.
(ESTABLISHED 1800.)
THIS WELL KNOWN AND MOST
conveniently located establishment,
havinff been purchased by the undersigned, will bo conducted as a FIRST-
CLASS
BOARDING    HOUSE,
Under the personal superintendence of
Mrs. Daouett.
nvKft -mm B ■
Board ft Lodging per Week fti 00
Board alone per week  5 00
Single M«als '.      50
SW The Mail Stages leave this House
for Burrard Inlot twice a day.
S. W. DAGGETT.
May 6, I SSI.
CITY  HOTEL
NEW WESTMINSTER
(Next  Door to  Public   Library),
COLl'MMA STREET.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEOS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that she
haa leased tbe above Hotel, aud is prepared to furnish to tho travelling Public
FIRST - CLASS ACCOMMODATION,
—IT-
REASONABLE   RATES.
FrlviUe Dining Rooms Tor Indies
nnd Vanillic-..
MRS. BONSON,
SUBSCRIBE
,10R THE nrltlsl. Columbian, the
IV   J    AHIIHTIMiNn "POK THB Brltltn Columbian, tho
W.J.   AUllBlUVnU, 'Jj   Newspaper on the Mainland of Brit-
Agent for New W«tmin8t»r. , ish Columbia.   Only $S a year.
in cSnle or fo $tr.t.
FOR RENT:
rnHK RAGLE HOTEL,  FRONT-ST.;!
J.    New Westminster;   opposite   the
Wharf; with a License,
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
mh22 Land Agent.
HAY FOR SALE:
THE  HUDSON   BAY, COMPANY
has for sale, at Langley; 50 tons of
well-saved Tihtutby Hay.
Apply to      HENRY WAKK,
ap5 Langley.
BRICKS _F0R SALE.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS A KILN
of excellent bricks for sale cheap.
Delivery anywhere,
T-lMcKAY.
New Westminster,
June 24, 1881. ja25
TorsalTor lease.
Riverside Farm, Matsqul,
IN  WHOLE OR PART,
CONTAINING THREE HUNQBED
acres Dyked Land, of which 250 aorta
could easily be put under crop for next
season,
WITH WHARF 80 FEET FROKT, and
AMPLE BAR*. AMI  OTHER
BUILDING    All OHMOIUTIi**'.
Apply to
C. B. SWOED,
Riverside.
DAIEY  FARM
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE   FARM   CONSISTS  OF   320
Acres, in Nicola Valley, known u
P. L. Aiidei-son's Ranch, of wliich apart
is suitable for crop.   It is situated about'
3 miles front the Public Hall and Rood.
Also—75 MUk Pans, Churn, and all
the implements necessary for Dairying.
Also—20 good Milch Cowi.
Apply to
P. L. ANDERSON, .
apStc Nicola Lake.-
-   FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOB
Church or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mi«on&Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, witli 2 full seta of
reeds, sub-bass, octave coupler, vox hu-
maita, grand organ, aud knee swell, 8
stops. This organ is now used in tha
Methodist Church, and is sweet toned
and in good order. Will be sold for $150
cash, as it is intended to procure a more
powerful one. This is a decided bargain.
—Apply to   ' -   ■
T. R, PEARSON k CO.,
Stationers k Music Dealers,
fe4tc New Westminster.
FOR  SALE:
THK   UNDERMENTIONED   PRO-
perty.
City of New Westminster:
LOT 4, BLOCK ID,
" 10,       " .12,
" 12,        " 32,
" 7,        " »,
" 12,        " 54.
District of New Westminster:
Lot  219,   Group  I., North shore Port
Moody,
Lot  102,   Group  I.,   South side Port
Moody,
Lot 110, Group I., near Hustings, Bur*
rard Inlet,
Lot 302, Group I„ False Crock,
Lot 119, Group II., South bank Fraser
River,   '
Lots   147,  14S,   150, Group II., South
hank, Fraser Kiver,.
Lot 06a, Group IL, South bank Frutr
River.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
rahl8 Land Agent.
SEVEN THOUSAND!
AGBES
DYKED LANDS
FOR SALE.
Tlie undersigned offer
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
liberal Terms nr Payment given to
Bonn tide Settlers.
Theeo Lands arc of excellent quality,
nnd a large portion of them is ready for
the plough.
WOODS 8. TURNER,
Now Westmiiistar,
E. M. JOHNSON,
Victoria,
C. B. SWORD,
Riverside.
WANTED:
AN APPRENTICE TO THE TAIL-
oring Business.
Apply to W. ELSON,
Merchant Tailor,
Columbia St.. Opposite Lytton Square.
mh20!c '"  '"   '■   '  ■'' rJ--*----- ■?■■- -y   --|
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Statement W. McColl
Farms, &&..• W.N. Bolt
Blackimlthing... .DeBock Bro.. & Co
flu fvitisk dolumbinrt.
aatunla. Hornlaa. May 13, lSS'J.
The Assassination.
A good deal of space is given up
thii morning to the latest intelli-
genct about the atrocious double
murder committed in Phoenix Park
a week ago to-day. There are two
features of tht news which we lay
hefore 'our readers this morning calculated to evoke a sigh of relief.
One is the probablity that the black
crime, cannot be charged, in the more
direct sense at least, to any party at
home, and that Ireland, in common
with all the rest of the civilized
world, manifests itt utter abhorrence
•(tht htllith act. The other counting reflection is that there would
appear to be some prospect of the
hell-hounds being captured. Looking at the matter in the light of
present information, we are inclined
to conclude, with the Manchester
Guardian and the Fall Mall Gazette,
that the act is a Fenian attempt,
prompted from America, to frustrate
Gladstone's policy of conciliation.
Tht theor- is that what thia Satanic
outgrowth of the Irish evil would
most deprecate is a peaceful and satisfactory solution. Their occupation
would bo gone. Desiring rather to
keep alive and fan discontent into a
blaze of civil war, these worst enemies of Ireland, anticipating the
probable succcsss of Gladstone's new
and conciliatory policy, had recourse
to this terrible means of frustrating that policy. The fiendishntss
of the conception is only equalled
by the brutality of the execution.
These men, especially Lord Cavendish, had just coma to Ireland bearing the olive branch, with hearts
aglow with lore and hope for the
distracted country — their express
mission being to right her admitted
wrongs and give her justice and
ptact. On that very day of his
arrival, Lord Cavendish had arranged for the liberation of the
"suspects;" uud, just nt the moment
he was hopefully and earnestly entering upon his work of justice and
mercy, he and his secretary were
assassinated—brutally hashed and
slashed to pieces ! Surely it is only
the enemy, the worst enemy of the
|wace of Ireland that could have
done that tiling. The effect! of this
unparalleled atrocity, at which civilization stands aghast, are still to be
•developed. Yet, if one may judge
by the expression from Ireland and
the temper of Parliament, it is within the range of possibility that good
may be evolved from this evil—that
the innocent blood shed in Pluenix
Park on Saturday may exert a sacrificial virtue, and smooth the way for
the inauguration of a new and happy
era for Ireland. Whilo lamenting
and execrating the act, let us hope
that it may be the means of open
ing tha eyes of Ireland, that she
may be enabled to distinguish her
bast friends and her worst enemies
—let us earnestly hope and devoutly
pray that it may, in the hands of an
over-ruling Providence, turn out for
good. .
Editorial Notes.
The newt from Siberia is gloomy
anough. Tilt announcement of the
discovtry of the dead bodies of DeLong
and his little band on the delta nf the
Lena can turprise no ont. That such
was tha fate of tht intrepid txplortr
there haa for soma time been little
room to doubt. But tha public mind
was not so wtll prepared for the tad
intelligence sent by Capt. Berry from
Siberia, and whicli has been telagraph-
ed from St. Petsrsburgh, to the effect
that, of the thirty-seven persons on
board tht exploring steamer Rogers,
destroyed by fire on .tht 30th November last, thirty ptrishad. This Arctic
exploration business haa, from first to
last, cost a good deal in money and
lives, and the time haa arrived when it
might not be amis, to consider whether
It should not either be abandoned, or
more efficiently prosecuted on a different balls. As the thing looks now,
the game dots not appear to be worth
tht ammunition — although Lieut.
Dananhower promis.s that when his
eyei shall have sufficiently recovered,
he will read an interesting; papor on
the possibilities of Siberian commerce.
Tht second auti-Ohinase bill has
been sanctioned by the President, and
onr neighbors are rejoicing over their
victory—their new gotten power to
beat baok the yellow wave rolling in
en theii eoatt. The new bill does not
differ from- the vetoed one in any vital
respect excepting that of time.   The
time for it to come into operation ha.
been lengthened from sixty to ninety
days, and the time for it to continue
has been shortened from twenty to
ten years. But these changes do not
to any appreciable extent detract from
the value of the measure It establishes the two foundaniental principles
that Chinese shall not come, and that
those who have come shall not become
citizens. California may well rejoice
at this victory over Ohinamouia. The
struggle has been a long aud weary
one, and those engaged In' it have
exercised an amount of patient forbearance and respect for law and order not always characteristic of such
irritating struggles in that country.
This whole subject possesses a special
interest for British Columbia. The
question of free labor is just as important on this side of the forty-ninth
parallel of latitude a. on the other.
The habits of these Chinese are just as
nasty here a. there. In proportion to
population the influx is greater here
than there, As tht flood runs now,
wl shall have a Chinaman for .very
white man bafort many weeks. The
prospect is, therefore, more alarming
for British Columbia than it ever was
for California. And yet no earnest
effort has been made to grapple with
the evil.
(AT BRUNETTE MSLLS.)
HAVING ENGAGED THE SER-
vices of Mr. Jas. Spiers, and
fitted onr Shop with a set of first-class
Tools, wc are in a position to turn out
the best quality of work in this line.
myl3 DrBECK BROS, k CO.
FARM3, 10<Vf, LOTS,
AND  OTHER LANDS
FOR   SALE.
MONEY TO LEND
AT REASONABLE RATES.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
myl3-2m Barrister, New West.
STATEMENT OP MONIES KE-
CEIVED AND  DISBURSED
—FOR—
MAY DAY CELEBRATION
BBOBIPTB,
Amount collected by subscription, Stif) 50
at Drill Shed..   27 50
$02 50
rx>xn*xrxtxi,
Candy aud Orange*  J10 00
Music (t,vo Violins)  10 00
Labor, Nails, Twine, *c. .•  9 00
Refreshments -... 0 00
Ribbon '...j  6 SO
Carriage hire .'..:  10 00
Prizes to Children  5 00
Dray hire  3 50
Express hire  2 00
Door-keeping at Drill Shed  2 50
Drill Shed .-.  3 50
Removing Chairs... ,.^  1 00
Publishing Statement  4 00
Handed over to Band Fund..... 21 50
8112 50
WM. McCOLL,
myl.1 Sec.-Treas. of Committee.
R. GARRYPIE
(DECEASED).
rpENDERS FOR THE RENT-
jL ing of the Lands herein will be
received by the undersigned up to
noon on i6lh May, 1882, and submitted to the Court for apprisal.
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted,
myio        W. NORMAN BOLE.
Stolen! Reward!
A PLOUGH (TWELVE-INCH
Collins & Co., number reserved)
was stolen from my premises on the
wharf in front of the Holbrook House,
in this City, on Thursday night the
20th April. Five bundles of sningles
were taken at the same time.
A Reward of $10 will be paid to
whoever may give such information as
will lead to the recovery pf the Plough
and conviction of the thief.
WM. RAE.
New West., May 9, 1882,       myio
STEAMER
*}M4 VICTORIA
w]
or about
CAPT.   PLUMMER,
ILL SAIL FROM SAN FRAN-
cisco for Kc-w Westminster on
QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY
EXCURSION
THE H. B.   CO.'S  SPLENDID
Steamer
"PRINCESS   LOUISE,"
CAPT.   LEWIS,
Will leave Irving's Wharf at 7 o'clock
on the morning of the
24TH MAY, 1882
FOR NANAIMO,
And will leave Nanaimo on her return about 2 o'clock a. tn. on the 25th.
The Steamer will call at Ladner's
Landing going and returning.
No Bar for the sale pf Intoxicating
liquor will tie allowed on. board.
Tickets for the round trip can be
obtained from the members of the
Committee at New Westminster, or
from Dr. Masters and Geo. Black,
Granville; D. Milligan, Moodyville;
and W. H. Ladner, Ladner's Landing.
Title Is for Gentlemen
Ticked for Ladies    •
$2 each
$1 each
Children between the ages of 3 and
15 years,   50 cents each; under
3 years, free.
All persons are requested to be on
board at a quarter to 7 a. m. sharp.
By Order of the Committee,
J. ORR,
New Westminster, Secretary.
May 9th, 1882. myio
Notice to Contractors!
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
by ttie undersigned up to Saturday
the 20th day of May, for the erection of
a two-storey frame Dwelling House nt
Bayview Farm, Boundary Bay, about
six* miles from Ladner's Landing. All
material provided, l'lunu and specifications can be- seen at Messrs. T. R.
Pearson ft Co.'s Bookstore.
JOHN MoKEE.
Bayview, April 20, 1882. ap22
HOLT'S EXPRESS!
I3ERSONS HAVING BAGGAGE OR
light freight to move to the steamers on tlie morning of Bailing, or at any
time, can rely upon having it done
promptly by dropping tlieir orders into
my box at Messrs. T. R. Pkaiwos k
Co.'s Bookstore Orders should lie in
beforo eight o'clock in the evening.
mhlS EB. HOLT.
W. RAE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
M Door South of Colonial
hiiim.miuv. mn may, mt.
RETURNING,-Will sail from Ner
Westminster for San Francisco on or
shout MONDAY, 22nd MAY.
For rates of Freight and Passage,
apply to
OOODALL, PERKINS A CO.,
San Francisco,
Or to   J. A. R. HOMER,  Agent,
mills New Westminster.
TENDERS WANTED.
TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED
up to Noon on tho Ifith May for
the erection of a Barn on South Arm,
Frasor River. All material provided.
Plans and Specifications to be seen at
the Store of C. G. Major, where information can he obtained, or at the residence
of the undersigned; South Arm,
apl» ANDREW FISHER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
HAS    ALWAYS    ON    HAND   A
VARIED STOCK OF
MERCHANDISE
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Crockery,
Glassware,
&c, toe
HOUSE
JUST RECEIVED--A COMPLETE
STOCK OP
MILLINERY GOODS
Including Novelties in Fancy Straw
Hats   anil   Bonnets,  Flowers,
Feathers, Laces, Plain and
Shaded Watered Rib-
llOIIS,
Satins, Colored Velvets, Velveteens,
and Flush.
NEW DESIGNS In TIES & RUFFLES
HATS AND   BONNETS
Made and trimmed, and satisfaction
guaranteed,
BERLIN and ZEPHYR WOOLS.
•J5T All Goods sold at reaaonalile
rates.   Call and inspect our itoek.
WM. RAE,
an25 . Columbia, Strkt,
COMPLETE
IL1
• ■ •••■-"'•-
-Jan*-~*f>- •'.—^^•■-■kxv '
*—«■
TRAPP
BROTHERS,
■ ai. 511
GOODS!
CONSISTING OF
Brocaded Silks and
Satins, i» al] shades,
New Ombre Trimmings,
?.7ack& Colored Cashmeres & Merinoes,
New Trench 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 lhe newest styles,
Ind a, Mull, Nainsooks, & Swiss Muslins, Lace and Muslin Curtains,
New Neck Bufflings,
Silk Scarfs, Fichus,
Chenille   Necklets,
Latest   styles   in    Silk
Handkerchiefs, Silk
Cords and Tassels, in
all shades, '   '
GLOVES,
Jerseys, in Black, Silk and
Lisle, in all shades,
TheMuwLa^'lKiiQlcves,
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
SUCCESSORS  TO
R. W. DEANE & CO.
Q,    Gr
WE HAVE GREAT
pleasure in announcing the arrival o( our first
lot of
New Goods!
From Englttnd and the Kast,
which ws* have just received
as follows:
Per steamer "VICTORIA.,"
... 78 CASES;
Per steamer "G.W. ELDER,"
15 CtlSES;
Per sailing vessel "YUCA,"
6 CASES;
Making a Grand 1 otal of .
NINETY-NINE CASES
Of NEW GOODS, consist-
ing of
STAPLE & FANCY
DRY GOODS,
MEN'S ft BOYS'
CLOTHING,
Men's & Boys' Hats,
(IN STRAW & FELT),
CARPETS,
MLJL.W&,
FLOOR CLOTHS,
HARDWARE,
&c,   &c.
SILUXEBY & DIESSIAKIXG
DONE  ON  THE  PREMISES  IN
THK LATEST STYLE8.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
.Cor, Uolimbta.AJfstfSti*..
These Goods w;e are now
opening.
COME 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 *R08,
LADIES'
Heavyi„Jttckels,and ,
QuilteUf'ki '.s. Col-
ored Merinos, blk.
Cashmere aiid 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-
teppune's; Ticking,
Drying, and He--
sians       Canadian
■ '..'yarn;'
FURS.
Ladies' Furs in
Muffs, Boas & Gaps.
CLOTHING.
Men's • Clothing in
. Tweedi suits or oth-.
.erwise.    Overcoats
and Ulsters.- -,;.,.
1861.  1882.
Hats in Every Style.
GLOVES
', In Ladies' blaok,
dark & light shades
in kid. In Men's
Gloves,. buck, doe,
dog, kid, sheep, antelope, and cloth-
all shades, lined and
.-unli'iied..
In Oentlemm'* furnlthliig floods
CROCKfRYi
GLASSWARE,
PLATE DWAKE AND
TABLE CUTLERY
THE B ST.
In
Everything the best
that clan be had, nnd
at the lowest prices
for a GOOD article.
th:e-;.:- ■-:-■$&
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR,nf- '
'ter 21 yearsjtjf meV
cantile life in this City, begs '
leave to.repprt to his nflmejv !:,;_.
pus Patrons that his Business !
is prospero.ii** and t*he'm'i?1j?ip^!^
for the future is bright. We ,
hope to do fi'hig trafle d\iriijg «$?•
the present year. We have" "
now in stock a complete as,. .«'
sortmerit of
&ENERALIERCIAMI';
With some heavy shipments  *
on the way from the Eastern .
Markets.     Wc   are 'buying ; ■'
for Cash, getting large di,*r, ..
counts, which enables' tits to- "
sell at much lower rates than
formerly.     We   are   deter-,
mined to keep the Coi.mtnu , •
House to the front, mak'n**;
it, as it has been for years,
the leading mercantile House
on the. Mainland.   Our stock   '
is usually sp complete that We
can fill crders sent to ut) at
cheaper rates than any other ,
House in this City, and we
will doit. ■«»'!   ■
JAMES CUNNINflHAM,
isPPRTER, ,'.
NewWtsl.iFeb;-8,188g;- -ftlT' ""•
MORAt-H you wont a flood article,',
go to C. O. MAJOR'S! If you wuiit things'
cheap,'but ".eultus.V. why, goolsewhere-
ITKM—What everyoibdy says mast Intnl. | anil if tme, then the handsomest
dupluy. of Valuable floods, 811?er uul
Plate, It undoubtedly to be found at
C. Q. MAJOR'S,
ooLtiusii. atma*as,
Jf«w "vtertitoiiriiterr B, 0.
FASHIONABLE
DRESS-MAKING!
OPP. MR. tJCNNINflHAM'8,
Oolumbii'St;, New West
THE UNDERSIGNED TAKBS\
nlcasn re in announcing to the Ladies of New Westminster, ond surrounding country that she has received..and
opened out a fine assortment of the Newest mid most  Fashionable (Jowls from
San Francisco and Eastern Markets, and
she is now prepared ta execute all orders '
in   Millinery   and   DircsHinakuia -with. .
promptness and care. The latest fashions
always on hand.   Fancy Goods of beautiful design and workmanship.  No pains
will be spared to satisfy customers.    All
are cordially invited to call and examine
our goods and fashions. aplS
MRS.D. A. MACDONALD. ,
H
HAS, OPENED THE STORE AIX   ,.
joining the City Hotel, Columbia
Sheet, where ho will  sell, 'cheifp for '
CASH;-
Grocerlesi ' ■ "l/,;"i.
Tobacco, .   ., ,.   „
,"' cigitta, r,.r."'■■.
;     ,(angle!.: At?.,/,
By careful attention, to business be
hopes to merit a siia.ro of the Public*   ■
patronage. .... ....
Hew Wost., April HO,. 1882.
ap22" ■:
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM :   '   *
HEATH0RFS
5 Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
Ii. THOMAS,
Shop under tht new Odilfclluw Hall, Col * -
nmblast., New Westminster.!.»-.,-
WANTED!
FOR NICOLA VALLEY-A GOOD
Farm Hand, win, can milk anil
understands the driving and care of
Hones, and nuke himself generally uh-
tub.  WagM—I3Q per month.       . %ht frittsK Columbian.
Wards? Hernial, *ar 13, lawf.
ejaaMe=r==ae=s*B-:
PeMIKMaBKa.
Per ete.iner0AB1B00.FLY from Vletorla, May
12—lira Wake, Hra Flatter, Ueaan *ff Liwlner,
T Connora, J Jenee, J H.nsaa. SulUbury, II
OeodlWIow, W Jaulueu, II Ualbratth.
BIRTH.
Oavh.lth.lqrt,. the wife of Mr. Donald Hc-
iMtn, i^Wtl.HI.er, ol*..oa. .
Pile- driving commenced at Port
Moody yesterday.
Tha white mining population ef
Cassiar bu simmered down to 215.
Ships haVa' to leave our sawmill, unladen, because labor cannot be got,
Geo. Otto Travalyan haa boen appointed Chief Secretary for Ireland.
The sidewalk, in Victoria nn Thursday morning were covered with enow.
Wo ara compelled to lay over aev-
•ral advet'tiaeinenta aud other matter.
HcNataae, drydVk oontr.wlor, is
•id to In '.it route to British Colum-
>ir.
Tha steamer Pacifjo Slope, Capt.
Boore, returned from Yale latt evett-
'■'*• ., , ,
Li.uten.nt-Oovernnr Cornwall and
family lia.e reihm'trl to Uovertinient
Hoosa.. <:[';;',x
Mr. D. pppaiilieimer-rettirnetl yea-
erday, having completed a tour of the
Mainland.    .
In the logging campe at Burrard
nlat aietuon get (MO a month, snti
eatn.tara.li25 a month,.
Mr, Ainaley Mtmatt had una of Ills
«g> limWh *hilo playing bsee-ball at
Jaacon Hill thii' Jay week.
Knn your *ya over our advertising
..t jButta and ... what important cocur-
.ncee take, place on Monday.
The ateamar Cai'iboo-Kly ilid not
null horo tillWednesday." She left
gain for Victoria on Thursday.
Hottator Mactlotiatd Writes to Mayor
hakeapeam that tha electric light
iwer system ia a failure at Ottawa.
The. Oarilmo-Ply, Capt. Gardiner,
Tired from Victoria last evoutug,
ringing freight, imttla nud prast-nger*.
The stoatner Western Slope, having
tpaired dainngca, w;is to loare Vic
'ria for here at 11 o'clock last night.
The steamer William Irving returned
'out Emory .on Wednesday night,
aving landed her cargo of Chinese
lie re.
Tha Colonist .ay. that $30,000 haa
sen offered nnd refused for the Ital-
uce ot'. thai Cooper property at Port
toody.
The steamer William Irving left for
tnory on Thursday night, with tlie
ergo of Chineie brought up by tho
rinceaa Louis..
The preparation, for the Twenty
'ourth   eiouraion are    prograuuig
icely and there ia every prospect of
'really good time;
The condition of the Cariboo road
txive Clinton, and the Okanagon road,
i dugraceful. Theee roatla appear to
a totally MfUcted.
Tha Pope sent in.triiction. to the
rieh I)i.hop»,to r«.,u.at the clergy to
kpreia from, their pulpits execration
> the criote of Saturday.
It ia authoritatively announced that
te Clements syndicate will commence
mttruction lurvey on the Ialand rail-
»y on the 9th July neit.
It ia announced that the H. B, Cn'a.
earner., carrying the mail., will leave
ictoria (or thia port every Tuesday
id Wedneaday at 7 a. m. instead of
Frelght;t tor the .interior ia accotuo-
ting at lYale, and rataa are ranging
|h, owing to the railway work hav-
g taken a good many team, off the
'•***•
[Mr. M.Bride, hitherto one of Mr.
ndardouk'a foremen, haa taken the
jittract of running the tunnel at the
re of the railway au.pen.inn bridge
flow Lytton.
ie .learner Princes. Louise, Capt.
.wis, arrived from Victoria on Thurs-
$ evening, with 619 Chinaman and
* tons of freight.   She loft early yea-
lay morning.
FemoHal.-TIw Itev. Mr. McEl;
mon, of Comox, whose health hal not
been good for some time, has gone to
California for several week.' change.
Methodist Chukoh.—Rev. E. Robson, pastor. Service at 11 a. m. and
7 p. in. Sunday School and Bible
Glass at 2:30 p. m. Seats free;
stranger, cordially invited. *
 — m
EnMtiHTOtt.— A sale of Fort Edmonton town lots was held at Winnipeg on
the 20th ult. There was a tremendous
crush and it was found' impossible to
go on with the sale. Excited men
were handing over marked oheques for
thouaand. of dollars and urging their
friends to buy for them.
 1   m	
Pobi Moody Spbooiaiiosi.—The
Tho Viotorla Standard saya:—"Private
letters from Ottawa atate that Senators
Kaulback, Mclnnes (New Westminster), Mncdonuld (Victoria), and Mr.
Hill, of the Canadian Pacific Syndicate, have purchased property at Port
Moody amounting iu value to some
***5,000."
M'om Ormemi;—Th* bavqiitt lind-
rytlhett which has put into Montevideo
in distress, has cement on board for
the dry-dock. The dock haa awatuped
two nets uf contractors nnd ou^got-uro-
iiicut, and the cement littawrcuKod tine
aliip and luitcofl another in extreme
peril. The taxpaytng Hritish Columbian is incliuen. to ask, where ia tlie
thing going to end ?—Colonist.
New J. P.s.—In the last issue of
tho ..Government Gazette it was an
no'itii'eil that the'follbwtng erentlenioti
have been planed on tho Commission
iif tlio Peace:—William Rayltotlid,
Christopltor l.'iat.. and Edward'Henry
Michael, Esqnives, in and for lhe Elector,'! District of Nanaimo; John McKee, senior, anil Henry Detinc UetiS'in,
Esquires, of llottmlnry Bay, in and
for tho Electoral District of New Westminster.
Vdi
Nine hundred more Chineae arrived
Victoria direot from Hongkong ou
lureday, end arrived here on the
inceae Louie, last night. And
tl they mine.
Our contemporary of the Colonial ie
,• error in aaauuung the anti-Chinese
T. to be ill actual ojieratton now.
ioea not go into operation till ninety
lye after receiving the Proaident'e
inctiun.
By reference to e notico eleewhere
' will be eeen that Mesara. DeBeck
A Co. have secured the services
Mr. Jamee Spiers (a tint claa.
wkauiith) and are prepared to du
Slum work,
papt, Insley bu engaged to take
a 0. P. R. ateamer Skusity through
ji.ll Gate, and it ia expected that .he
nt start on her perilmu trip to-day.
(the thing cau be done Capt. Itialey
At aocompliah it,
Iin Glasgow, Scotland, Moody aud
'Jnkey have been gathering enormous
[atione, sometimes estimated ae
15,000.   Nearly all the meet-
i ate crowded an hour before it is
jjie to begin the aervices.
'it Wednesday evening a luoinlier
.this community,of wcll-eatnhlislied
*wess in the uae of llroarms, crossed
rirer and shot one of the black
,r> to be seen daily feitaliug upon
achans on the opposite beach.
Vo learn that tho owner, uf the
party at Port Mootly aro fully alive
their own Interette and have made
uigeiuenti for the immediate con-
ictton of a road from the end of
North road along Firat atreet on
i water front, to oonneet with the
way wharf now building. The
rernmont ahould now do their part
pushing, on. the opening of the
r Shipping Reoelpte, In triplicate, at
*» l'eeie*r»»Oei't-AiiT.
Rauway Work. — The workmen
employed upon tho line on this side of
Maplu tittle;, have heon transferred 1<
that portion of the litis between' Kinory
and llinie, tile object being to uomplete
that piece of rontl an aoou a. pnxt.iUI.
in oi-der that tile bad navigation may
!* liyoidod, After that shall have been
accomplished,every ellort will lie inaile
to push forward tho work below with
a view to having tlie railway in operation to Pitt river'.
Irish News liens ill Brief.—Tlie
intention to release suspect, has been
abandoned. Dublin nuwap'pera are
in mourning. The.jury at tlio in-
tpiest brought in a verdict of wilful
murder against some person nr persona
unkuow. Several arrests hare been
made, one in Limerick, believed to be
one nf the assassins. Earl Spencer
went out on Tuesday and was everywhere received with enthusiasm. The
assassins have been traced lonie distance and great hopes of capturing
them are entertained. The corpora-
lion, of the citiea have passed atrong
resolutions execrating the crime. Lady
Gaveudiah left for Ireland on Monday.
Tlie British Government will oiler a
reward! of ten thouaand pounds, 'food
for 3 years, for audi information as
will lead to the conviction of the assassins. The body of Lord Caventtiah
wu laid out for public view. The
Queen aent a special messenger witli a
wreath for the coffin. Tho interment
nl to take place un Thursday.' -. Par-'
noil hue received telegminafi.'in A.t. r
ict.ii League., execrating the crime Mid
Hsauriug Gladilone of sympathy.
m
Tun Choul Union CoNUUii—Tho
Brat concert of, the New Westminster
Choral Union wu given in the Drill
Shed last Wedneaday night. The arrangements were excellent, and the
stage decoration, were taateful. It
waa a matter of regret and itirpriee
tbat the audience wu not larger, ami
it ia very possible that the dollar ukod
for ticket, may, in a great measure,
have brought about tin result. We
are of opinion that the aociety'a concert, would be much more popular mid
produce better financial results if the
price of admission were placed at a
lower Ogitre, The following ladio. and
gentlemen took ]«rt at the concert:
Soprano.—Mr.. Sillitoe, Mrs. Moresby, Miss William., Miss Dickinson,
Miss Black: alio.—Mrs. Insley, Misa
Woods, Miu Sophie Dickinson, the
Miaaes Homer; tonors—Messrs. De-
Beck, Thomas and Morey; basses:
Meaart. Savory, Chile, Wood, and
Pearson; accompany).!.—Miaa Sophie
Dickinson, Misa Katie Cluto, Miu De-
Beck and Mrs. Sillitoe. The programme conaiste'l almost entirely of
chorines, glee., ipHl'tettea, trine, aud
|iart eoiiu,e, Ihe nnly. exceptions being-
the solo* by Mis. woods, Mr. Moresby, Mr. DeBeck, and Mr. Clute. If
the performers were pmfoaainnah. wo
should My that something mure lively
and aouie more variety would have
been better appreciated by the audience, a. the programme was undoubtedly heavy. Aa they ara amateurs,
and as thia was their lirst appearance
as a choral society, we shall uot attempt a criticism. The conductor ie
certainly a most ellicient choral leader,
aud wo are sure that the next appearance uf the Mcioty will show much improvement. The firat performance
waa certainly not. a failure, During
the evening Mn. Sillitoe, who contributed ao largely to the entertainment, waa presented with a very hand
some floral harp, ant) the act wu received with enthuaiutiu applause by
the audience.
especially, has consented to enter the
Council very much against his personal
inclinations, and even at no little sacrifice, aud he deserves much credit
for .having come forward at this critical
and impoitant juncture. At the same
time, we very much regret the absence
from the Council board of Mr. Howison and Mr. Haalam.
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BY   TELEGRAPH!
SWIM DE8PATCHH TO nt COLUMEIAM.
.'iuulclptU Miction.
The election to fill tho vacancies iu
St. George's and St. Andrew . Ward.
wu held yesterday, and resulted in
the election by acclamation of Mr.
Jainea Cunningham and Mr. H. V Edmonds. Tlie tint named gentleman
hu bun a member ol the Council and
Mayor of the oity. The latter hu
been intimately connected with our
municipal affair, (or many year*. Both
are exceptionally well qualified for the
petition and the rate-payer, ere to be
congratulated upon having mured
their m.in*.     Mr,  CtinBlDghanr,
Fire at Esquimau!
loss   $1*1,000.
VicioniA, B. a. May 12, 1882.—
At 3 p. m. the Telephone at Esqui-
.malt announced Selleck'a Hotel un
fire. Engineer Bordo took the Deluge
Steam Engine there at onoe. On arrival the Duck-yard steam engine was
nt work and soon the Deluge Was at
work also, with a strong force of men
from dock shipping and other places.
From Selleck'a Hotel the fire passed
on to I the brick adjoining nnd burned
ull tu the end of the wharf. Howard
escaped with the luss of the carriage
house. The fire originated at the
chimney. Loss; about $12,000. Insured for (8,000.
THE  ASSASSINATION.
OPINIONS OF TIIE PRESS.
WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS.
Prucecdlngr.  In   ftirlttimcnt.
London, May 8.--Tin* Mini Chester
Guardian atiyu that tlie crime is traceable to thu Fenian putty, recruited
mainly from America, who ugtviu in*
Urfurfered wlum they taw conciliation
probablu, it nays there is a desperate
and malignant tm nn pi racy limited to a
small numherof peiioiis.
London, May 8.—Forater tays he
btlievKB the murder was committed in
order to show how impossible it is to
conciliate the Fenians.
London, May 8.—Brery part of the
Huiiae tif Commons at the opening session was i/rowdtid this afternoon. At
4:2i) Ixliidstime arose, mid with great
emotion and tremulous voice moved an
adjournment of the House. Ue said
the blackness of the crime and the horror it excited throughout the entire
Kingdom were tut paralleled. In the
murder of Burke he «aid they were
robbed of one of the ablest, must upright member* of the civil service; but
the hand of the assassin had c»me
nearer homo, and one of the noblest
heart, had ceased beating while full of
hope and love for Ireland. As far as
the Government was concerned, all
previous arrangements must be recast.
Un Thursday next he Gladstone) would
ask the House for leave to introduce a
measure for the repulsion of crime in
lrolaud. He believed he would be assisted from nil quarters of the House.
At an early day He would introduce a
measure dealing with the question of
arrears of rent.
Sir Stafford Northcote seconded the
motion of Gladstnne for au adjournment. ' He pr-mitsed tbo Opposition
would support tbo Government in its
measures for the repression of crime.
He considered the occasion too sad for
more than a passing tribute of respect
to the deceased.
Paruell expressed the detestation of
all irishiuou for tlio < riintr. He '.aid
ho lieltRved it was cotiimi;iod 'in ordi-r
io fr.ntvHie his cause. Ho did not.
deny that the Oovtmunent uut'lit be
compelled to take steps t<> restore order
in Ireland. He .was pf the opinion
that the crime was the work of those
to whom he had always been opposed.
London, May 8—The Times says it
is now thought Cavendish1 and .Burke
wore deliberately solocted for assassination. During the procession in
D ibliu, on Saturday, a man enquired
three times whether Cavendish was in
the procession. The Chief Secretary
at last lifted his hat, and toldJiia name.
The man replied: "Thank yon; that
will do." Two men on horseback also
watched the procession in a suspicious
way. There were eight gaping wounds
in Cavendish and eleven in Burke. A
special {messenger left London for Dublin this morning.
London, May 8.—The Pall Malt
Gazette takes the telegrams ot Gladstone, iu reply, to the Marquis of
Ripoll's uondoleo^ss, as a text for an
article. It says the American Fenians
had made no secret of their designs.
There were special grounds for thinking some piece of ferocity on their part
had been for weeks close at hand. The
prospocts of the pacification of the
country wns calculated to disgust extreme Feniails, It is prohable enough
they had drawn lots for the attempt on
the life of Foster, but had been baffled.
The change in the |tolioy of the Government only made them mors resolute
In their determination to establish a
bloody feud between Ireland and England. There is every sipn that these
odious calculations will be backed.
The atrocity of the crime will for a
moment rally tho Irish to the side of
order. Nothing makes this more certain now that the policy of arbitrary
arrest has been abandoned. The gen*
era! tone of the English press is most
reassuring. Outside of London no
Liberal organ favors a retreat from the
new polioy in Ireland. Extreme nationalists lead the way in denouncing
the crime.
The London Times stands absolutely
alone in the attempt to turn this appalling catastrophe into a calumnious
personal attack and an infamous attempt to inflame the national passions.
If (lie two murderers had been nt the
elbow of the writer thoy could not
have dictated words more admirably
calculated to serve their end.
Nrw York, Hay 8.—A cable special
gives additional points of the assassination. The attack; was so sudden and
Silent it scarcely attracted any notios,
but tht scuffle was observed from the
gardens of the Vice Regal Lodge by
Earl Spencer who had arrived shortly
before. Imagining thai it was merely.
* brawl, he gave directions that the
polios be ssnt to see what was the
matter. Though the murder took
place In rather a secluded part of the
gMoodlj tbsrt win thrt* or four wit
nesses (at a distance) of ths Occurrence,
but no outcry-having'apparently been
raised, no one seems to have suspected
the desperate nature of the encounter,
and it was thought to be only ••drunken brawl. All accounts agree that tlie
assassins were four iu number, and
drove a park car, but none of the
spectators were sutticieutly near to bo
able to identify either the car or its
occupants. A post mortem examination of ihe bodies at the Chief Secretary's lod«e Showed 11 Wounds on
Burke's body and 8 on Cavendish's.
The chief wound nn the former was
inflicted from behind, penetrating the
breast, and on the latter the cliief
wound also was inflicted from behind,
severing an important artery on the
neck. One wound on Cavendish's
left forearm had severed the muscles,
and fractured the brine, as if inflicted
with a hatchet or sword. , The last
official act of Cavendish, in conjunction
with Earl Spencer, wns to arrange for
the immediate release of all suspects,
except 8. Four mon have been arrested
ou suspicion, The .popular feeling ia
intense. In ull the churches to-day
the preachers With scarcely an exception deplored ths outrage, and uttered
the severest denunciations against the
murderers. Also masses and prayers
wero offered up for the dead. A report which appears to have the most
color of truth, and is most generally
believed, is that the four suspsctes are
Englishmen. Capt. Greatery, of the
dragoons, who saw the murderers as
they passed' in the car, and'witnesssd
the scuffle' at a distance, said as they
passed: "You have roughly handled
thein." The replied roughly: "You
be damned!" Greatery says he can
identify one of the men concerned in
the assassination, snd ths gate-keeper
of the park BayB he can identify two.
One account says, when the bodies
were first found Lord Cavendish's lips
moved as if endeavoring to speak.
London, May 8.~-*Society, beginning with the Queen, who sent a telegram of condolence to Lord'Cavend-
ish, lias made a demonstration of sympathy as remarkable as that which
occurred on the death of President
Garfield. Many columns of the morning papers are filled with names of
those who called to express their sympathy with Lord Cavendish. The
remains of Lord Frederick will be
convoyed to England on Tuesday, and
interred at Chatswortb on Wednesday.
The St. James Gazette Hiiys a requi-
sition will be made to the Lord Mayor
of London to call a meeting in Guild
Hall, to petition the Queen to dissolve
parliament, and to deal more successfully with ths reign of murder in
Ireland.
London, May 8. — Johnston, the
Attorney-General for Ireland, temporarily takes the Chief Secretaryship.
Conservative papers reprint a speech
of Beggar, M. R, to tho Cork Farmers' Club, iu March, 1880, extolling
the example of the Nihilist Hartman.
At the resumed inquest at Dublin
to-day, Johnson represented the Government.   He spoke with emotion.
The Pall Mall Gazette says it is understood the ministry will postpone
procedure on the rules, and the rest of
tho session will bo occupied with Irish
business.
Paris, May 8. -The National, in an
article tin the Dublin assassination, expresses sorrow and 'Sympathy with
Gladstone.
Gambetta's organ says it will be
diitii'iilt for Gladstone to maintain a
policy of conciliation towards a party
resorting to the dagger and revolver
as argument.
The Legitimatist and other party
organs dwell ou the blow to the Gladstone party.
The Marskllese, while pitying the
v.ctims, says the situation of the Irish
policy forbids the expression of too
much sympathy.
Berlin, May 8.- Emperor William,
on hearing the news of the assnssina-
ton of Cavendish and Burke was as
much shocked as when tho Czar was
assassinated. ..." ,.   ■ ij,      .    ,
Boston. May 8.—The Irishmen in
tliis city will hold a meeting to-morrow evening in Faneuil Qa)l, to express their detestation of the assassination. \     }.- I
Wbst Chester, Penn., May 8,—
The Michael Davitt Land League of
this place to-day passed resolutions
expressive of abhorrence (it the assassination of Cavendish and Burke, and
calling upon the Land Leagues to aid
iu bringing the murderers to justice.
Nrw York, May 8.—the British
Government will pay a Jarge reward,
through the British Consul General of
this city, to any one iu America furnishing a clue to the murderers of
Cavendish and Burke.
Boston, May 8. —John Boyle
O'Reilly and Patrick A; Collins have
telegraphed to Parnell, authorizing a
reward of $5,000 on behalf of the
Irishmen of Boston for the apprehension of the murderers of Cavendish
and Burke,
Dublin, May 8.—There will be an
indignation meeting of citizens of
Dublin on Monday, the Mayor pro-
siding. Huge subscriptions, as a reward for information leading to the
discovery of the murderers are talked
of.
The Irish Times of Dublin says that
Earl Spencer had arranged on Saturday to release all suspects except 80.
On Tuesday, Gladstone, replying to
the condolence of Marquis Ripon,
Viceroy of India, telegraphs; "The
object of this blaok deed is plainly to
arouse indignant passions and embitter
the relations between Great Britain
and Ireland."
Cork, May 7.—A meeting of citi-
zenn, including nationalists and land
leaguers, was held to-day. The Mayor
presided. Even extrenio land leaguers
wore present, and suggested closing
the shops as a mark of sympathy. Resolutions were unanimously adopted,
declaring the crime one which calls on
heaven for vengeance, and repudiating
its authors with disgust aud ahhursfioe.
Cork, May 8.—The Herald deprecates the idea of martial law in view of
the tremendous manifestations of public feeling in Ireland, showing thore is
absolutely no sympathy for the assassins.
Dublin, May 8.—Suspects in Naas
jail passed resolutions denouncing tho
murder and condoling with tha widow
of Lord Cavendish.
It is rumored that the driver of the
c«r which took the assassins to and
ttm PlidAilx Park WW raurdeWd hy
|tfiMi4l.W1
them to prevent discovery, and'that
his body has Wen found in the Chapel
yard. Those fiends mode clean work
6f it.
. Detectives havo a register of ull car
drivers here, and are examining the
drivers individually to uscprtain their
whereabout*).
The arrest of a man said to be an
American citizen in connection with
the attempt to shoot McGlarine, at
Foxford, County Mayo, may lead to a
cabinet question.
London, May 7*—A correspondent
at Dublin telegraphs as follows: A
gentleman informs me that at about 2
0 clock Saturday afternoon he saw a
car uf peculiar build driving through
Grafton street, which contained four
very suspicious looking fellows with
blackened faces, and wearing slouched
bats pulled down in front, so as to
some extent, to conceal their features.
Paruell and Davitt have spoken
upon tho assassination, Parnell said:
"I am horritied more than I can express. This is one of the most atrocious crimes ever committed. Its effect must be most damaging tu the
Irish people. I have always found
Lord ('aveiidinh a most amiable man,
painstaking and strietly conscientious
in fulfilment of his official duties. I
did not share the disappointment expressed in liberal Irish circles regarding his appointment, as I anticipated
that the principal reforms of the present session, sucli an amendment of
the land act, would be under Gladstone's personal supervision
"His administration reforms would
be somewhat postponed. I cannot
conceive that any section of the people
of Ireland could have plotted deliberately against the life of Cavendish, and
1 am surprised the Dublin police, who
had been able to protect Foster, should
apparently not have taken any steps to
watch over his successor during the
few hours of his official life iu Ireland,
there seems to be an unhappy destiny
presiding over Ireland, which always
comes at the moment when there seems
to be some chance for the country, to
destroy tiie ho-ms of her best friends.
I hope tbe people will take immediate
and practical steps to express sympathy with Mr. Gladstone in his most
painful position.'
Davitt said, "No language I can possibly command can express the horror
with which I regard tho murders, or
mv despair at their consequences.
Whon I heard of them Saturday night
I could not credit the news. I grieve
to think when the Government had
just run a risk in introducing a new
policy; when everything seemed bright
and hopeful; when all expected outrages
to cease, thai this terrible event should
dash our hopes, 1 wish to God I never
had left Portland. The crime was
without motive and is not only the
most fatal blow that has ever been
struck at the land league, but one of
the moat disastrous blows which has
buen sustained i by the national cause
during the last century.
"Its occurrence at this particular
juncture seems to be like a terrible
dostiny. My only hope is that the assassins may be discovered and punished as they deserve. It is wonderful
how such an outrage could occur within a few hundred yards of the constabulary,"
Dillon, in .an interview, said he
deeply deplored the sorrowful tidings,
and ho fully concurred iu the opinions
on the outrage expressed by Parnell
and Davitt.
Na.w York, May 8.—Tlie Tribune
Bays editorially:—"The uloud of the
murdered oSicials cries to heaven. .Not
England alone, but tlie civilized world
recoils in horror from the ghastly spectacle of the mangled corpses in the
groat pleasure ground of the Irish
capital. Whether the crime had been
planned and executed in the frenzy of
revolutionary hatred, or in the wantonness of miscalculated malevolence,
it is a diabolical outrage on modern
civilization,- A catastrophe wrought
hy pigmies, it is fraught with momentous consequences to the English people
and the Irish race. It may prolong
indefinitely the race conflict which has
already outlived four centuries. While
these toul murders have widened*the
bieach between Englishmen and Irishmen they will alienate the sympathies
of tho world. Americans especially
will recoil in horror and utter detestation from the wanton and malevolent
wickedness of political murderers. Ii
1b not only the enemy of Gladstone
and the English Liberals, it is the
deadly foe of Ireland herself, that has
brought upon her this awful reproach,,f
CMl'lwliack Council.
Council met on Tuesday, May 2nd,
Present—Reeve (G. R. Ashwell), ond
Councillors Cawley, Kipp, Wells, and
Bantford.
The following communications were
received:—-From Wm. Pollard, respecting Loan Bylaw; from Wm. Chadsey—
tender lor building Siinms Landing road;
from Joseph Hcnhurry—tundoi* for clearing and grading cemetery lot; from Jas.
Gibson—tender for clearms road from
Elk creek to Bantford's road; from Geo.
Good- 'tender for clearing road near E,
Munroe's.
The following tenders wore received:
Win. Chadsevtur Sunns road, $10 per
chain; Joseph Henburry, clearing and
grading cemetery lot, $140; Jas. Gibson,
clearing road, i!8 cents per rod; Geo.
Good, clearing road, 5.1 cents per rod.
The Loan Bylaw Committee reported
that they had authorized Mr. Wm, Pollard to draft a bylaw, but it had not
been received by the Committee.
Councillor Bantford reported that the
measurement of Elk creek at the place
where the bridge is required is 138 feet
in length and 10 feet in height.
On motion, the reports wore received.
On motion, Collector's time was extended two weeks.
On motion, the Reeve and Clerk were
appointed to examine the lease given by
John Wilson to the Corporation for one
acre of land to ho .used as. steamboat
landing; also* tliat thoy tender John
Wilson the.amount due hiin for rent,
The Council voted tho sum of $10 to
John Hardisc-n on account of his being
blind and unable to work.
The Statute Lahor Bylaw was reconsidered and, on motion, signed aud
sealed.
The Reeve appointed as Board of
Works — Councillors Kipp, Wells, and
Bantford; also, as Finance Committee—
Councillors Wells and Kipp.
On motion, the Hoard of Works was
authorized to lay out &10 on Chas.
Young's road.
The Municipality was laid out into
ttsti rtivisiostt and Mie fc-lldwing parties
appointed pathmasters: — Division 1,
Matthew Hall; 2, Geo. W. Chadsey; 3,
H. Webb; 4, Jas. Miller; 5, J. Reece;
fi, Chas. Turner; 7, Wm. McDonald; 8,
John Gibson; 0, Goo. IjooJ; 10, Milton
Gillanders; U, Wesley Gillanders; IS,
Emanuel Greyell,
Council adjourned till Tuesday, June
0, at 10 a. in.   '
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Street, where he is prepared to attend to
all who require hia services
Particular attention given to the pre*
servation of the Natural Teeth.
Partial ur complete t-ots of Teeth mode
to order with promptness and care, and
with the aid of the latest discoveries*
aud appliances, ap29
JUST   RECEIVED
T.R.PII.M'5
The New Poems—By Oscar Wilde.
"The Innocents Ahroad," "Adventures of Tom Sawyer," and "The Prince
and tho Pauper," all liy Mark Twain.
"Tho Worst Boy in Town," by the
author of Helen's Babies.
Also, a magnificent lot of Scrap Books,
Moody k Saiikey's Music Books.   ap29
CITY LOTS
—A NO—
TLmJL\jST3D
FOR   SALE.
THE   FOLLOWING    DESCRIBED
Valuable Property in the City and
District of New Westminster;—
LOT ONE.
Lots 7 and 8. block 17, corner of Merre*
vale and Columbia streets. There is a
gootl House on these lots and a Garden
very lately laid out and in good order.
LOT TWO.
Lot 0. block 18, on Columbia street.
An excellent Houbo; good tenant; and in
thorough repair.
LOT  THREE.
Lota o and 6, block 17. on Merrevale
street. The best site in the city for a
residence; thoroughly cleared; wel!
fenced; an excellent Orchard in full
beaiing, aud a fine spring of the very
best water.
In the District:
LOT FOUR.
On False Creek trail—known as the
Hazelwood Estate—1100 acres. Tlie road
passes through a portion of it, and at an
outlay of one hundred dollars 100 to 200
acres may he brought into cultivation
this year. There is a small Houso on
this lot, sitTihted half way between, this
city and Granville,
LOT FIVE.
Ou the Burrard Inlet road—joins Mr.
Nicholson's lot; covered with magnificent
timber; distance from this city only three
miles; 100 acres.
LOT SIX.
Sec. 0, block S N., R. I West, nearly
opposite Douglas island, on the loft bank
of tho Fraser river—100 ncres,
LOT  SEVEN.
Lot 77, croup 1—head of Burnaby lake;
vfery good land; 160 acres.
LOT   EIGHT.
Lot 83—west of small lake, Inlet road
100 ncres very superior land.
LOT  NINE.
Lot 107—right bonk North Arm—third
lot from tho ctty; 100 acres.
LOT TEN.
Sections 20, 30, and 32—480 acres; }•
ritilc from Boundary Bay; fine timber
and line situation for a logging camp.
LOT ELEVEN.
Section 36, Township 8.
LOT TWELVE.
Seo. 2d, Mock 14 North, Range &
West.
Any of the above property will bo eoM
cheap ami on easy terms. For particulars apply to tbe owner,
JAMES MORBI80N,  ,
jaM-lm       Colombia-rt., Near Wee*. ©ur gtorj*.
KITH AND KIN.
(Contlnttod.)
Meantime, wild and rapid speculations and wonders crowded into his
own mind. He tried hard to boo things
in what he called a "sensible" light.
He told himself that it was utterly impossible that his grandfather could
have done anything to his will, which
in any way affected him. There had
not been time for it. He would have
to go to Hawes, and hear what they
wanted him for—possibly to attend
the funeral—a ceremony with which
he would rather have dispensed.
Then, when he knew how much he,
with his slender salary, was to be out
nf pocket by the whole affair, he would
come back and reveal the news to Lix-
ssie, thus forever putting out of her
head all hopes or aspirations connected
with old Mr. Aglionby und his money.
She was quite satisfied with his explanation; though she girded at him and
teased him, and disagreed with him,
he had th* power of making her do
exactly as he chose, when he ohost,
and of making her see things as he
desired to see them. But he could
only du it by means of fear—intimidation, and he knew it, and rarely indeed chose to exert that power.
He thrust the telegram into his
pocket, and, consulting a little railway
guide, found that the train mentioned
by Mr. Whaley was the only one during the day by which his journey could
be accomplished in reasonable time.
The earlier ones were slow, and necessitated so many waitings and changings
that he would arrive no sooner. In
the morning he took his leave of Lizzie, saying he could not give her his
address now, as he did not know where
he should be that night, but he would
write as soon as possible. Lizzie was
very sweet and amiable; she hung
about hiin affectionately, and held up
her face to be kissed, and he thought
what an angel she was, what a guileless, trusting angel, to confide herself
to the keeping of a rough-hewn, cross-
grained carle liko him. Again his
heart fluttered as he gave a flying
glance toward the possibility that Mr.
Whaley of Yoresett might have some i
solid reason for summoning him thus
suddenly to his grandfather's houso.
If thero were any such reason—he
kissed Lizzie's sweet face with a strange
passion of regretful love and tenderness.
"Good-by, my own sweetheart!" he
said again.
"Good-by, Bernard dear; and be
sure you let me know when you're
coming home."
On his way to town he stopped at a
post-e$ice, to send off a telegram to
Mr. Whaley, promising to be at Hawes
at the time mentioned. And then he
went on to the warehouse, and asked
for leave of absence with a cool hardihood which sorely tried the temper
and dignity of Mr. Jeukinson, aud at
2:15 set off on his journey with an unknown object — his journey which
might be the beginning of a new life—
or, merely the seal affixed to the relentless obduracy of one train of circumstances for which he was m no way
responsible. It was in the bitter, sarcastic nature of the man to contemplate the latter possibility as being the
more probable one,
Mr. Aglionby, of Scar Foot, had
died on a Wednesday, at noon. He
was buried on the Saturday morning
following, in the churchyard of Yoresett Church, beside those of his fathers
who had been buriod there before him.
He was laid low with all pomp and
respect, and not a town, village or
hamlet in the dale but sent its quota
to the following. Ho had been one ef
the institutions of the dale, one of the
inseparable accompaniments of every
gathering, and every event almost,
that took place in it; and if he had
not been tenderly loved, he had been
deeply honored and respected. Therefore gentle and simple came from far
and near, and saw him laid to rest.
Bernard had arrived late on Thursday afternoon at Hawes. There he
was met by Mr. Whaley, and driven
by him to his bachelor House at Yoresett. Mr. Whaley was the very model
of an extremely, if not needlessly discreet country lawyer. Bernard Aglionby was little less reticen*. He
asked few questions, and seemed satisfied with the short and cautious answers which were given to them. He
learned the details of his grandfathers
seizure and death.   Then he asked.
"And do you think the funeral will
be over in time for me to return to
Irkford on the same day 1—because I
assure you my chiefs don't approve uf
an understrapper like tuysolf absenting
himself in this style."
"I have little doubt." returned Mr.
Whaley softly, "that should you wish
to return to Irkford on the same afternoon, it can be managed."
On the Friday morning, Mr. Whaley proposed to drive him over to Scar
Foot.
"You should not allow your grandfather to be buried without paying
him the last respect; you should at
least go and see him before he is taken
away forever."
Bernard agreed, with taciturn gravity. Mr. Whaley's dog-cart was called,
and they drove to Scar Foot.
Aglionby's face was like some mask
nf bronze, as they drove along that
road over which Judith Conisbrough
had lately toiled on wearily. Not a
word did he say, not a comment did
he utter. "Yea, yea," and "nay, nay,"
were all that could be wrung from him.
One sign, and ono only, did he give of
being moved or interested. As thoy
came suddenly to the top of the hill,
from which they first hud a view of
Shennamere, from end to end, a light
leaped into his eyes, wliich darted
quickly from hill to hill, and then
adown the lake, A flash of subtle
feeling passed across Ins face, and he
■aid abruptly:
"That great bowlder at the foot of
the lake, is it not called the Dipping
Stone V . '*>,
"Yes, to be iure. How do you
know?"   "
"I've heard of it,' was the laconic
reply. He made no further comment,
until they had gone down the hill, and
then, pointing to the buildings on the
left, embosomed in their trees, he said,
more quietly than ever:
"And that is Scar Foot."
"That to 'Scar Foot, Mr. Aglionby,
and you are the lost representative of
the name of those who lived there for
so many generations."
"'Yes, I suppose I am," he answered, as they drove into the farmyard,
and got out of the dog-cart.
While it was being taken to the
other end of the yard, to water the
horse, a woman came out of the back
door, and looked at thein, then greeted
Mr. Whaley as an old acquaintance.
"Good day, Mrs. Aveson," said he,
and added, "no one here, I suppose ?"
"No one, sir, but ourselves. The
young ladies hasn't been nigh; not
even Miss Judith, nor Mistress Conisbrough."
"No, I dare say. Its a good way,
And—" he laid his hand
SEALED TEHEES
you .„.   _.
upon Bernard's shoulder—"Mrs. Aveson, you do not know who this is V
She gazed intently into Bernard's
dark, satuminee visage.
"N—no, sir," she hesitatingly said,
"but he is-he has surely a |ook of
the old squire about the sen aud the
mouth."
"Very likely. He is tlie old squire's
grandson, Bernard—Ralph Aglionby's
son,"
"Lord-a-inercy!" exclaimed the woman, looking startled. "You don't
mean it! His sou that he had by that
foreign wife that he married. He
doesn't favor his father," she added,
in a lower voice—"he's dark and foreign looking," as Aglionby turned
away, tired of being stared at, and perhaps moved, more than he cared to
confess, at hearing that he was like
his forefathers; though he was "dark
and foreign looking,''they could not
deny the resemblance. He strolled
away toward the front door
During that short visit, his intensely
keen eyes noted every item of every
room he went into. He carried the
place away with him, as it were indelibly engraved on his memory—carried
away, too, a vivid impression of the
dead fuce of the old squire in his coffin,
which he looked upon long and intently,
trying hard the while to forgive him
his trespasses that he had trespassed
against him, Bernard Aglionby, uud
those who had been dear to him. He
did not feel clear in his mind as to
whether he had succeeded in this forgiveness; even at the last, when he
turned away, he was not sure. His
mother's face seemed to rise before
him, stern and sad, worn with lines of
toil and grief, softening into an angel's
beauty whon it turned to him, or when
he had caressed her. No—forgiveness
was not easy, and according to his
creed no such thing as forgiveness
existed.
As they drove back through Yore-
aett, Mr. Whaley pointed out to him
Yoresett House, with the blinds down.
"That's where Mrs. Conisbrough
and her daughters live," he said. "She
was a niece of old John's; it was about
hot* that he quarreled with your
father."
"Is one of the daughters a tall, pale
girl, with rather stately manners?
"That's Judith—Miss Conisbrough.
What of her?"
"Nothing. I saw her at Irkford
with my grandfather the other day."
Later in the evening, Mr. Whaley
remarked, "We shall have to go back
to Scar Foot after the funeral, for the
reading of the will, nnd"—his hrow
wrinkled—"I'm sorry to Bay Mrs.
Conisbrough intends to be present at
that ceremony too. She sent me word
that she should."
"Why sorry?"
"It's so needless. As if I could uot
have come straight back here and called upon her, and told her nll about itl
What do women want at such affairs I"
To this Bernard made no absolute
reply, and this was the last hint, if
hints they were, which Mr. Whaley
gave to his guest as to the disposition
of his grandfather's affairs.
CEO. TURNER,
LAND     STTBVEYOR-
McColi's Store, Holbrook's Stone
Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
J. A. R. HOMER,
General Commission Agent,
FRONT STREET.
WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL 12 M.,
MAY I5TH, 1882,
FOR FURNISHING
Two Hundred & Thirty-
two Thousand
(232,000)
GROSS  TIES!
ALONG THE LINE OF THE
Canadian Pacific Railway
BETWEEN
EMORY & BU RARD INLET,
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND
(25.000 * thereof shall be delivered
at Port Moodv Station, or at points on
the line of said Railway between Port
Moody and Pitt River;
Other Twenty-five Thousand fijj.-
ooo1 thereof shall be delivered at Pitt
River, or between Pitt River and
Kanaka Creek;
Other Twenty-five Thousand (25,-
000} thereof at Kanaka Creek, or between Kanaka Creek and Stave River;
Other Twenty-five Thousand (25,-
000 thereof at Stave River, or between Stave River and Hatsic River;
Other Forty Thousand (40,000
thereof at Hatsic River, or between
Hatsic River and Harrison River;
Other Twenty-seven Thousand (27,-
000) thereof at Harrison River, or between Harrison River and the lower
end of Maria Slough;
Other Twenty Thousand (20,000!
thereof at the lower end of Maria
Slough, or between said lower end of
Maria Slough and Tunnel "C" of said
Railway, which tunnel is about 15
miles below Emory's Bar;
J. A. SIVEWRIGHT, M. D.
OFFICE—COLUMBIA STREET,
Opposite Mr. J.Citiiuiiiglutiu'u Store.
Residinoe-Merivale Street.
BROTHERS,
Dr, Lota B. Mclnnes,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
0WQ8IU THI t»OlM)f F1IE, COLUMBIA ITHUT.
Office Hours*-- Morning, from 11 to 1;
Evening, from 3 to 8.
C. J. LEGGATT,
Barrtstcr-nt-Lnw
NOTARY PUBLIC,   ETO.
OFFICE—Next door to Urea's Photo.
Gallery, McKcuKie st., Mew Westminster.
A. T. D. MacELMEN,
BARRISTER - AT - LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, 40.,
HAS RESUMED PRACTICE IN ALL
THE COURTS.
OFFICE—Columbia ttrcot, Opposite Hy
auk Hall, New Westminster, B. C.
J1MES   MOKRXSGN,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent.
— AMI—
AUCTION F.F/Il !
COLUMBIA   STBEET,
{Opu. Coe'iqlal llelel)
N I''. W    W K S T li. J N S T I
NEW    SCHEDULE
-WA.OESIE3
WHITE  LABOR
Canadian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
IMPORTERS &
-DEALERS  IN-
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS,
NOTICE OF
!'
Overseers $125 00 per month.
Rook Foremen... .«*3 00 to J4 00 t? day
Earth Foremen... 2 25 to   3 00    "
Bridge Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridge Carpenters,
WILLIAM McCOLL
BEGS TO INFORM HIS NUMEROUS patrons that he has removed
hia Business to
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
Where will be found, as usual, a com*
plete assortment of
GROCERIES.
PROVISIONS,
And a line line of
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Ac, 4c.
Which will ho sold at the LOWEST'
POSSIBLE PRICES for Cash.
He thank, his friends for their part
liberal patronage and hopes for a continuance of the same. mhl
1st class.
2 50
Bridge Carpenters,
2nd class  2 00
WHARF STIIKET,
VICTOEIA, B.C.
■tsrSeveral good Farms for Snle
Lease.
nl to
The funeral was over and they had
returned to Scar Foot. Mr. Whaley
again enquired of Mrs, Aveson, "Any
ono here ?''
"Mrs. Conisbrough, sir, and Mils
Judith. That's all, aud they're in the
parlor."
Bernard, as he followed Mr. Whaley
through   the house-place,  passed his
hand over his eyes.   It was all so very
strange and dream-like.    He followed
Mr. Whaley onward, into the parlor,
where Judith had been received by
her uncle a few days ngo.   Bernard
was not thinking of her at all, at the
moment;  but   was considering what
was the secret he was at hint going to
hear, what thia will, so soon to bo
read, wiw to disclose fur him.   He was
nut thinking of her when he followed
Mr. Whaley into tho parlor, but upon
entering it he saw her before he saw
anything els*.   He might almost be
■aid to see nothing but hev at first.
He was not surprised, of course; he
was prepared, and he bowed to her a
he entered, but she was more thai)
surprised; he saw the took of puzzled
bewilderment   that passed   over her
face, as she gnztd at him, blankly at
first, aud then  returned   his  salute
slightly.    Next,   I'-ernard   saw   Mrs.
Conisbrough; these two, with himself
and Mr. Whaley, comprised the whole
of the company. . Mrs.  Conishrouti-1.
was dressed in the deepest mourning,
with crape, and every outward trapping
of woe.    Her handsome, rather highly
colored face was flushed more than
usual, her hands were restless, aud hor
dark eyes roamed nervously and incessantly around. She formed in every
way a moat startling contrast to her
daughter, who looked what Bhe felt,
as if she were only there on compul
sion.   Mrs. Conisbrough had insisted
upon Cuming, and her daughters, after
duo   consultation, had decided   that
Judith waB tho proper person to ac-
compnny  her.     Pale,   sedate,   and
melancholy, she sat beside her mother
on the ciiuch, and Bernard noticed
that but for the fact of its being blaok,
he dress was no mourning dress at all,
but a somewhat worn one without any
trimming; her hat was a little black
straw one; Bhe wore a white linen collar, a black cloth jacket, and black kid
gloves.   She had  refused every entreaty of her mother to don what the
latter considered a more appropriate
garb, for what reason Mrs. Conisbrough
of course could not imagine.
"Mrs. Conisbrough," observed Mr.
Whaley, shaking hands with her, "I
think you will agree with me that we
hod better get this business over at
once before any of us take any refreshment, or do anything else."
(To Ik C uitlnuffl.)
Other Ten Thousand 110,000) thereof at said Tunnel "C," or between
said Tunnel "C" and Tunnel "D,"
which latter tunnel is about 11 miles
below Emory's Bar;
Other Fifteen Thousand (15,000)
thereof at Tunnel "D" aforesaid, or
between said Tunnel "D" and Tunnel
"F" on said Railway;
Other Twenty Thousand (20,000!
thereof at the said Tunnel "F." or
between said Tunnel *'F" and Emory's Bar, or at Emory's Bar.
All such Sleepers or Cross Ties
shall be delivered alongside the Railway and within Fifty feet of the centre
line of the track and shall be piled up
so as not to interfere with the work of
construction. The bottom of the pile
shall be as nearly as practicable oh a
level with the grade of the railway
track; and the said pile shall be so
made as to permit of ready inspection
and counting; and wherever such
piles shall be made near water lines,
bodies of water, or1 rivers, the same
shall be placed in such location that
the bottom of the pile shall in all
events be above the line of high
water.
It will be necessary to deliver at
least Fifteen Thousand (15,000) ac-
ceptible Ties per month, from date of
entering into contract, until completion of same.
Ties must be smoothly hewed 01
sawed, free from all scorebacks, and
chopped or sawed square at both ends,
eight feet long, flatted on two opposite sides to a uniform thickness of
six Inches, the flatted surface being
not less than six inches on either
side at the small end, and when sawed
they shall be eight inches in width
ana six inches in depth.
AU Ties must be of sound timber,'
full size, and accepted by the Chief
Engineer of said Railway, or they
will not be paid for.
Ten per cent, will be reserved upon
payment of accepted Ties, until completion of contract, and Ten Thousand
Dollars i$io,ojo) approved security
required before signing contract. The
security or securities to be, given must
be described in the tender.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Tenders to be addressed to the undersigned, Yale, B. C, and endorsed
"Tenders for Ties on Contract No.
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
IVI E R C H    NTS,
VUUH* STREET, - Vf'jfOltll.
AQ1HIS   2*011
North British nnd .Mciciintllt*
. insurance Co. lor Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & r,0.,
3(1 Finsbury Circus,
London, K. C.
W. D. FERRIS,
convkyanckr.
House, Land, Court ami
GENERAL ACENT,
COLLECTOR of RENT and DEBTS,
Agent for ttieTKAVEUr'nS' l**Sl'R-
ANf'K (II., of Hartford, Conn.
New Wc.tnln.ter, B. C.
Having established Business in the above
Lines and by
icii IMPORTATIONS
European & Eastern Market*
We ai
.  Nl')
Vane i
nl to Ml bMt
he following 6>
2 60 to
3 50
Blacksmiths,    1st
300
Blacksmiths,   2nd
250
Blacksmith  Help*
1 CO to
200
1 75 to
200
1 50 to
1 75
H. W. HUGHES,
Hewers, 1st class   3 50 "
Choppers 1st class 2 50 "
Scorers, 1st class    2 50 "
All 'outside labor 10 hours per day.
AH Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Kirniloyee** to find themselves Bed,
Board nnd Lodging.
"Ronrdintr Houses will hu convenient
alone the leine.   Board—$4 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board in the Company's Houses.
Wagns will ho paid monthly, on the
10th of each month.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.
AGENT   FOB
T'-riiiit.i Weekly Mnll' $1 00
T.mmtn Wi'dtlv niiilif. -. 1 00
Miintre-il llenlil A Wcnkly Star. .'..., 1 OS
Himtml Weekly Wllneu  1 10
Scientific Atnorieaii  S 36 .
Srnttii-1. American Jntininl  8 00 '
8tt» Frf.m*liC"11u!letln , 3.H .
Mn.*1ii*T'n MnLTiizliw nml Weekly, each...  4'OA
G'ulnv'n  l,H(lie»' Bulk i 2H
Pun Frftnctao Weekly Call {10 Iiookri free! 1 ST
Vrmik I.e*.Ho'it PiibHcMloiii, nt 1'nblinher'i Wee**.'
Oitenn'B Life - *».
Ird'iinlofTo-l>ny ]M .
litvitKiind Portrait* iifWI«t*nf Prwldentnef FJ.8,"
And nny other jin-iem nr MnpiKtiiei of tm|vr>rt <nc«
in CiuiimIii or In Hip Untied Sinter*. Tlm UnUettn
m*ri(ln trt.i ti lot nr it-c-.li* nml nlanta, vittltile tt the
Mfi'liiuilc'iili'Htltiiic. Tlie nlK>r«i nnt nil -fortent
tlio rmnie ptirei churned liy iwMIhIim-*., nn tht
■miner vou njiplv the rtonnor tlio -inper will nrri»«,
A(*ent f»r Wi-rlil I'liUWilnp Oi>.. HilHph, Ont.
A.
0NDEEBONK.
General Manaokr.
0.1. McHAEHTEN,
WAT HMAKER& JEWELER
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
WATOHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
AND SILVER PLATED WARE
For Sale.
All klmlH ol liOI.ll anil MIVIR JEW-
K1.KW mad. I» order.
ETRUSCAN COUnt**., GOLD & SILVER PLATINC.
KMagrmenl   and   Welding   King, a
Hperlall).
is,' Watches  and  Joy/dry carefully
repaired. Old Gold nnd Silver bought,
jnylto
COFFEES,
SUGABS,
TOBACCOS,
HAM,
BACON,
LARD,
CODFISH,
MACKEREL,
(undies nice, Sjrup. Cheese,
Dried trulls, Canned Goods,
Vinegar. Baking Powder,
Soap,
Coal Oil,
Cocoa,
Pearl Barley,
BEASS,
BR QMS,
WRAPPING PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And all othr-r floods in the Grocery and
Provision Line.
Office oi~ titf. foxTiucToiis,
Ga&JldWx Pacific Kaii.way,
Y«]p,Mnvcli IJUfil,
jar- GiK'lph llrpmin— hurt ninile.
wintry.
I'lirtfciiltir* un
ESTABLISHED   IN    1852.
L. P. FISHER'S.
Kr aa -W ta v a. x» as ra
I DVERTlHlN(:i
DR. SPINNEY & CO.'S
OlNl'lv\(«AKV.
NO. 11 KEABNEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Dlt. NPIVNEY, h-oII known nn tht rounder ot thtt M-in.ri.i-*-!, (0. K.) Slmliiml Iiiatl-
IntR, nnd l«ru l>ntt>riotoi- of the Sl'INNKYVll.LK
INL-illMAItY, would innnt rt-npvctfully Inform
hirt ■•■.tli'iitH nnd tliu nfflirti'il jihui'i*.!!**, dial hu
-till coiilimiFH to trnnl chronic Mid nurvotiB d\>-
ciint--- with unt.-intlU'ti'd suiTt-sn,
LADIES AND OMtTtEMEN.
tteioemtier Hint urneraitllietloit te tbe thief ur
time eo
COMB AMD BE HEALED.
It mutters nut wlmt jrotir tnmtilei. tuny lie, com*
nnd let the Doctor oxumlne your cnno It wilt
rout yim nothing Tor conmtltutlfln, mi ■.li'.mi. r»ll
nnd HAtitiy youMtiWr*** whnthur th« Dontur undor-
Rtnndfl ynnr cime, II hVenn curr yon lie will tell
you in* If not, he will tell yon Hint, for he will
tmt ntidcrtiiUii n cunt* nnlum lielncinllddnt of ef*
fccliiiKHCur*.
I'nrtii'** nt a dtfttunco wiidilnj- tr"iitnii-iit, hy
■ctillnK •&& I""' ■' minute do-x*rtptlon of their
troiilil.*n will reeilro In coturn ti full courni1 of
troHtmi'iit Ni'dtrely purked song not to excite cu-
rloidtv.
IHt. PPINVBY will pnnrntitrt* to forfeit Five
Hundred t>i.Hnr» lor every cum of uny kind or
chiimcter which he nndertnkeiinnd frill** to cure.
I*. ir).—Fur tlinmiBt'K of fhurt smnilinn, n full
conr-** or medicine., nifflcit-nt for n cure, with
•II instruction!, will be •unit to nny iuldrc-311 on
receipt of $10.
Call or AnMreii
Dr. SPINNEY * CO.,
0 2H-ly       No. 11 Keitriicy-«t. .gnu r'aiiiicl!-cii,C-i1.
Every Man to Ills Own ftnslness
^.   FEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(Oil1. OUI.HNIAI, IIOTKI.I,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. 0.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Is called to the undernoteil Ooode, on
whicli the must LIBERAL IKDUCE-
MENTS will ho offered to the
Trade, or we are
SOLES
S®.
!**•.' C3 *ar
Rooms 20 ami 41. Mv'irliants' Ex-
tiiange, California Nt., S. 1'.. Cal.
N:
B.-APVKKTISI\« SOKIDTBD
^ . . fur all newnpnpeis pulilinlied on th** I'udfte
Omni, tliefiindwirli Winnie,, I'Dlyneniii, Musi tun
1'ui'tri, i-.-ii-iii**-. Viil|uii',iin«, ,1-vpnn, Chini, New
Zunliiiid, tho Aiislriiliiin Colonial, the J-'ait-fo
8tn.tu*< nud Kunipe. Vile* of Hourly etery newi-
paper pntilit-hed on the I'urific Ooait are kept
uotnitiuiily on hiinrl and All advettlaeri are
Allowed ltt*e ui'i'i'M to them during hnnlneaihoura.
The llniTt.'it CoLUMDUlt'la kept on Rleat the
office nf I,. I'. FISIIKH.
Phy'WitMft' Prrsrrlpllonft and Fain-
11) Krrlpfs a SiHTlnlt).
N. B. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty vears' cxtiorionce.    inr*23
92.'
»P5
ONDERDONK,
Contractor.
WOODS i TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Conveyancers & Accountants.
RUNTS,  DBBTS, *(!., CUii..ECTRD,
Loans Negotiated, and a General
Agenoy Business transacted.
AUENTS  rna THE
Fhenlx Fire Insurance Company or
Brooklyn, and the
Equitable Idle Assurance  Society
of Ihe United Slates.
CeHtlMBM   STBEET.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
P. 0. Boa 40.
r,00!)\KiOL!ili\KI\i:Pll\VIIB
The licit and Cheapest.
BEACON  LIGHT  COAL OIL,
Water Whito and Pure.
ARCTIC'SUSAB CURED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
Being  llie Largest SU  tuitl lk?jt .
ToTiiw ;.■(>.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the highest standard in Quality, and are offered
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
OREGON PRINCE
WILL STAND FOR SERVICE
during the season of 1882, on
the Farm of the undersigned, Chilliwhack, and at Langley, Ladner's Landing, and Maple Ridge.
Oreuon I'ruscE was foaled hi Oregon;
will he 6 years old in May; is a dappled
Sray; stands I7jf hands high; weighs 1075
js. at present, will weigh about 1880 lbs.
during season; ia very gentle, very fast
walker, good trotter, and a powerful
horse in harness. He was sired by W.
Myer's imported Pereheron — "White
Prince." Oreuon Prince won second
prize at the Victoria Agricultural Fair
last November, and is the largest horse
on the mainland of British Columbia.
TKRM8-810, gift, aud 920.   Parties
from a distance sending mares will lie
entitled to free pasturage for one month.
R. STEVENSON,
jnyHtcj Chilliwhack
BUSINESS Imf ICE
XKT'D'EUC
To Dts.As.3, Complaint, .nd Accnmm
which Hagvaso'i Yellow Oil U finna*
teed to ou. or relieve either ia MAM m
Bbabt.
tmeh imHiwr rci
CROUP, I COUGHS,
CRAMPS, \BORE THROAT, *
ASTHMA, I COLDS, *c
applied txTtussiir roa
RHEUMATISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,,
GALLS,
LAMEXESS,
CONTRACIIONS]
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPZAINS,
XEUBALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH, -
PAIN IN BACK,
PAIN I* SIDE,**
- Every bottle nieranteed to giro
tioo or money refunded. bmbmbmh
■IIIITIMI WITH Ut» umi Mill Mo.
XeUtUXTSM ft O0-Proprl»teri
TORONTO, OUT.
■VTOTICK    IS
      HEREBY   GIVEN;
. , that tlio HiiBtiiosslioretofr.ro carried
on under tha name of R. W. Deane ft Co.
on C'olumhla Street, New Westminster,
will from thiB (late lie carried on undor
tho name nf TRAI'I* 11ROS., thoy having
purchased the nhnve-imuiod MMsinosft,
assuming all linltilitii
accoiintiulne the Ute
fllh CHEAT I\GIM HIM
Isnnem-failina;,
(Jure for N.r.r
ou«l)rhililr,Ii.
hausted Vitalllf
of a ny It i n*,
Wenkn.il, Paralysis, aad atl
the terrible effects ntjouiliful
^^^^^^ffollie,. and el-
cesses In maturer yenrs.
OR. HIKTIE will sere, to forfeit
Kite Hundred Dollar) for, a cased
iins hind the Vital Restorative (under
his special eilviee end tri-niiiipnt} will not
<Mire, or Inr Rnythit if iinnnre or injurious
Imiti.l in it. DR. NINTH 'rata all Dla-
euites   sni'i'eeeftiiiy   without    mercury
Consultation free.  Thorough ei.mi-
iieul'ii .ml mtv.i.-. $5'0O I'Hieo'Tllal
Restorative, $» on » hnltie, or fiiar
'line., ilrei qimiiiity. SlO'UOi sent.to any.
.ddress ii|inn reeri|ptof pricv nrO 0 f>„
ej>cnrt"from nl>« rvniion. unil in nr.wi.lr
ni.nir  II  desired, by A. K. MIKTI**.
M.n.
Those who riiniiot visit DR. YINTIK
mi .San rVanoI.en slnnilil -end a full and
ernent nl their ironbles.with
d   in   reiu.u   e fuli..r.ooi'He of
lie   torwir-l.-'l,. .securely
nt 10 -Xcite elirlosity;
rmediei..!' l\ (I   P. must
nd collecting ell
  'I'll', PI' TIROS.
a/ITi ACOOl'XUI dt)e lhe lata titin
of ff *. Deano ft Co tnust he |-"'l tt
tlio ii'tiderelBiioil within thirty days fi tun
the date of this notice.
TR.VPP BUOSi
March 22, 18S2. 'i'1'-''
■iiinnle s
lati no,
tlediim.i'
i n'k..d.
Ml oi
will
ill
11 fcvariuw Hlrccl, Han Francisco, .'nl.
r*; < 151 r
srunt
IS!
mKK ■UNDBR810NKD   HAS   POR
I:* ;uale*on I'easrinahle tenhs a few- half
bred Ayraliirn,vi'iirlinn:iIuU8, nkrot\ hy the
j Thoroughbred Ayrsliira,Bull
The daiui being choice, dairy cjjwj^
A. 8. VKDDjSR,
jell SamM.

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