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Array Government R
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THE BRITISI
C&LUMBIAN
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— lit —
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. ENTMHOE 7!) EDITORIAL ASO Business DEPAnrMENT thsmoh T. It.
Pearson & OS'S. Book & Stationery Store,
TBR.ll8.iByeIi.il, 53 n,vei.es $1 lio Tor 0 inn...
SXTnt'S.l.nR.j in.y.il.le in A.lvenco. Delivered
liy O.ir.lcr ur Ae.,'.|il, ?l por .luurler, jinynblo
qiinrlerly t(. C.ii'.'iel' er Age.it.
AGEMTO:
T. Ni.lliiiBEl. & Co. Victoria.
,WM.'HAiihi'iON Vale.
I. P, riSHER Mrottlitog Anoiit, II Ht'relwnt'n
Kxclm.it:.., i'lin rriiin i.,'.>. i:..iiitl.n.'ii<i.il to receive
A.lverHaeiiioiiW'fiir ll.lrt [.n]ior.
THIS PAPER
Niswi-piiiiiir A'ln'rtlsthi;* Itimii
wlii>i'i)iiilvi*i*llnlii;*t*(mti*iid*ir.ii
NRW YOBU.
may Im fuinul i
fllo nt
.-oil ftpo.'a
*o St.).
far It In
. *athc British (Columbian.
i*»ii!tii*iiii.v iiaornin-r, «■•*.. h, iks-.*.
Tlie ESQRlmalt Election,
Front tho very first it was evident
that delay was the Government) card'
and although to a certain eXte'iib defeated in thoir object in the enOior
stages of tho procoetKiigs, they cannot be said to huve been altogether
unHUCcessful. By having recourse to
one subletTugc after another, they
have managed to so delay proceedings as that n fo'-tnight's ndjpuvr-
ment must now be made in order to
ei.'able the presiding Judge to ge up
country to hold County Court. But
why one of tlie other d udges could
"not hnvo done 'this duty and leit
Mr. Justice Gray (o go on with tho
election case it is not easy to under-*
statu]. What is Mr. Oreasa doing?
What is M-. Walkem doing?
Looking at tlie published reports of
the proceedings, one. cannot help
wondering that any-Attorney-General
would allow himself to be placed in
n position so ubsoUttely i idipulotts.
If becomes perfectly clear as the
facts are evolved tlmt delay, in or
tier to postpone if possible inevitttple
overthrow, has been the sole object
of resistance. Th'.) evidence was a'l
in on fjj-uostlay, and it only remains
for certain legal points wliich have
been raised to be mgued nfter his
■lordship's return f-am the interior,
so that a glance at the case may not
bo out of place. Tlie leader will
scarcely need ta be reminded that at
the general election ih: Hett was
'snid and declared to be elected by it
"majority of one over Mr. Pooley.
Acceding to the evidence iit least
three of thoso who voted for Mi*.
Hett wove disqualified on account of
their names not having been remov
ed from tho Volet a'Lists in other
Districts beforo being placed on the
Esquimalt list. "Tliese are Seuipel and
Whetstone, who were on tbo Cariboo
list, and Muir, who was on the Nanaimo list. It came out in the evidence that Sompel badj or claims to
imve, made a sort of verbal request
to have hia name icmoved from the
Cariboo list. Whetstone did not
even trouble himself to do that,
whilo Muir rent a wiitten request
to tho Registrar at Xauntmo, but
neglected to a'li;; his name to lhe
Srt<riB. 'Now Mm law is vtvy C'Otti* on
the subject. A wiii'en I'-quest to
have tlie name lemovcd Is recessaiy,
nnd the voter must Iin in it position
to prove having (nailed or delivered
finch a icquest. If, without having
Itsed tlio proper means to have his
name removed from one list, the
Voter has liis name placed upon anothor list, be loses the rijht <»f voting
altogether, and his name, if taken,
can be disallowed aiul struck w.
Now, this is tho position in which
• throe of tliose who voted for Mr.
Hett ate, and it is impossible to
doubt tbat tho present, proceedings
"Will result in tlieir votes being
struck ofl*. This would leave tho
Attorney-Oeueinl in a minority of
two, and givo the seat to J] r, Pooley.
How does the Attorney-General propose meeting this condition of nfljrf-'&1
In this way: Ho under lakes to Imve
two votes cast for Mi. Pooloy slruclc
off, ono on tho ground of ids being an.
American citizen, nnd tbo other on
the ground tlmt, being unable to read
or write, his ballot-paper was marked
for him by tlie Hotuniing Officer,
but not in .the presence of the Agent.
Now, assuming that good ground
existed for striking both of theso
totes off, the reader will seo that,
without these two votes, Mv. Pooley
would still bo evon with Mr, Hett,
But there docs not seem to be any
&ood ground. Jfc would appear from
tho evidence that Scott, tho alleged
Amorican, never cast off his allegiance to Uio British Ciown. Ilo
did servo for somo timo in the
tJnited States army, but ho declares
6w oath-he did not, and was told lio
'^•rn''*r'-~J*.'**Ti^
VOLUME 22
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1882,
NUMBER 30*
need not, take the oath of allegiance
to tho United (States,—that had it
been, necessary to do so in order to
join the army he would not have
joined at all. Aud as for tho oilier
case, when Iho facts came out, it was
mado plainly to appear tliat if either
party bud occasion to complain of
tbe manner iu whieh the ballot-paper
was uittrked ft .was Mr. Poo'ey, for
whom the, o'eetor bad openly declared his intention to vote. Indeed, a
iveakor and more paltry dc.onsc it
would be diffipu.lt to imagine, and
tbe Judge evidently e-kpe-ienoed con-
bide'ublo difficulty i*n treating the
proceedings with  becoming gravity,
A Oralse Eonml ilia WortG.
The Inter-Oeotmie Steam Yachting
Company's steamship Ceylon, commanded byOiiptam It, D. Liinlituh,
whieh left SpuUiampton on* Oct, 27
last, year, on a cruise round the world,
arrived at Southamp'on early on the
morning ot the 22nd, after an absence
of ten months. During that period
she lias had in all over ai'.ty different
passengers, some joining at porta on
ihe robin, aud a detachment leaving
the ship at ISan Francisco torelurn
overland across America, via New
Vor!,. Tho Envoy Eh-moi'dinary of
the Japanese Government; tonic passage
by her from Buimlulu to San Francisco. Afier leaving Southampton,
ihe Ceylon visiicd various Mediterranean ports, some si.-; weeks or two
inmitlis being tints occupied. Then,
proceeding through the Suez Canal.
she made u tour aluug'tho seaboard of
our Eastern possessions, visiting Bom-
!)*y, Oeylmv; Madras, Calcutta, ihe
iS.,r,itl*i fle.-.biiiienls', and on to China
and Japan, ihis part of the trip affording fjreat interest to all on board.
After "Ivis, tlio tourists proceeded to
■.he Sandwich Islands, SanFrau'cit^co,
Ac. and tlnjnco "q Acapulco, Calliip,
Valparaiso, and all tha principal ports
oo ilie west, const of South America.
Then foiloffcd.visits to the FalUaud
Islands, Monfb Video, Buenos Ayres^
l.id Janerio, and other places on tho
cast coust as far as Eahiu. Tinning
homewards llm s'eumor called at St.
Vincent (Capo Vent), the Canaries,
and Madeira} leaving the lattor island
nn tho evening nf Tuesday, tho lbthi
She passed tlnrst Oiusile at !3 o'clock
a.m., and by (J a.m. was safely berthed
iu ihe SoutluttiiptflU Doolra, whom her
passengers were soon landed, many of
iliom being mefc and welcomed home1
by relatives and friends, During tho
criUBo the Ceylon has run a total of
between S6.Qob;and 37,000 miles, re?
i iirning in good coudii ion. The health
of iho passengers has been generally
*_,o.)(l throughout. The Ceylon will at
once receive such slight repairs au may
bb fnunil imcimu'y, and it fo intended
to despatch her from Southampton
early in September on a month's au-
tutun orniso. visKiug tho Afcoron, the
Canaries, fttatloira, Gibraltar, ami Ua-
bem, returning to Suutbampton about
Oct. 0.
A B!oml Wet foi, ihe itcrblroin
The fact that all animals, even the
horbivora. are at Diet npuriahod on a
diet of milk, which must be cun ui tie red
as purely annual, led M. Rcgnanl to
suggest ihat aa animal diet mi*>ht ho
employed with advautago at a subsequent epoch, in their history. The
idea is not new, but iiuoniptij to verify
it by, for instance, feeding horses on
meat, raw or oaoiied, invariably failed
in cousoqiience of the disgust which
thia diet occasioned. It occurred J
however, to M. Rognnrd that an animal substance might bu utilized—certainly highly mnri'ioiis, of whicli tuns
are wasted weekly—-Viz., blood. Tho
problem was how to present it to ihe
animal in such a form us not lo occasion disgust. The blood wan heated
lo 1.00 c, and tho coagtdum thm-ub-
tained was pressed and rapidly dried
in a stove, aud thou powdered in a
coffee mill. It was found to beep well,
and in bo (le.Hiiim'o of odor and of
tasiy, aud waa given mixed with othor
food in doses varying from ten to
eighty grammes daily, 'i'ho experiments were made p« lmtiba wliich had
been abandonee) by their mothers.
Three lambs wero kept on tho ordinary
diot of beet-root, hay, i&o., and to
three others thu powdered blond was
given. Tho that iiiciutily lost (jesll,
while tho hitler increased to threo
lime,*! the original weight, and connols-
aouru declared that thoy had novor
soon Bitch line lambs of life same'ago.
The animals surpassed their fellows,
who had been suckled by their dams,
both in weight and size, and their coat
of wool became doubled iu thickness.
Experiments of the same kind are now
iu progress with calves, and promise
to bu as successful as tho others. It
will certainly be a matter of high importance if the vast, amount of nutriment, now almost entirely wasted, can
bo thus utilised. The saving of milk
in rearing calves, fur instance, would
alono bo a most valuable item. It ap:
pears that this system of alimentation
is applicable also to man. Iii tho case
of a rickety child of eighteen months,
the results are said to havo been moat
encouraging.*—Jtaiiccf.
"Mow, the beauty of a paper collar,"
the Biirlingtou Bawkeuc reports tho
honorable member as saying, us ho
coaxed a refractory pin, "is its economy. You wear ouo a week. Then
ynu turn it, anil you wear it another
week. Then yoll split, it, and you hnvo
two now collars, with olio clean side,
good fur another week, each of 'cm."
And, adjusting tbo flat aoarf( over his
red llauuol Blurt, he went down to din*
ncr,"
FIRE INSURANCE.1 BOOTS and SHOES
  raoM
THE LANCASHIRE        *HSATE©SI'S
(Amalgamated with Scottish Commercial)\'
INSURANCE COMPANY M k S]l08 P^0i
CiS'iiltU, - i-'itOOOjOiniSterlli)-*
Kislis accepted at  Current Rates of
Premium by
JOHN C. BH0WN,
Agent for New "Westminster,
Columbia St., New "Westminster.
W;  ELSON,
MERCHANT   TAILOR!
LS'TTON   SPAilB,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  0.
HAVING JUST RECEIVED AN
extensive -'Lock of New mid Fush-
itmal.le GOODS, I will bo glad to receive
ordoi'j, winch vill be promptly c::ceuto<!
and
«* GOOD PIT GUAEANTEED.TBi
Terms strictly cash,
raid W. ELSON.
**>
i WEBS,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., Hew WEaTMiNSTER, 3. C.
.SAW   FIH.FSi:,    REV   FBTTSS(i,    l.m'U-
titiJH^OHS SlUItPK.Vf.II,
SEWING- MACHINES
Cleaned nnd Kopajred.   AraoJiiuo
Naodlea for Salo,
luifiri-Uiw HcnUciT, iiml (Qcmiral Keimir-
iag nnUly il.mr.
Ainmnnliion of all kinds. A full tusort-
ment of Rodoadtng Tools, aiid c-vurytliiny
i*cquiretl by a Sportsman. RiifiKS, Shot
Cijn.s, Hkvolvkbs, and Pismse Tackle
for salo, ,J24y
t   IH,   icSlAUOHTEPI
HAS JUST RW-'UIVEIlTILGLAItn.
est assortment of Clooks ever held
oil tliu Mainland of British Columbia.
KlcM Clocks, ai ?:!.'J,". (warranted).
Selli Iliomas' Nickel Alai'iri, at
AU kinds  of   MttlltCl   !'.:ill   Offico
Cloclts.
IVlllIlllim IViltCllOS, coin silver cares,
Tun C(l". upward...
A fine oaorriiicnl of Sllrlljl} SIlVCF
.TCWelrj, of tho latest designs.
Silver Pluto Ward  mul Optical
Goods.
Columbia .Stiikkt,
au2 New Westminster, B.C.
t\-..«a   fwCOB ./ill^dIE.GLJ ill Vi
Tie Only Mra-Proof Hotel
in tlio Oity.
THE CULINARY DEP.liiT.li Vil
IS DNDER THE CllAiiQE OP AN
KXPiUUKNCJ-'D ARTIST.
Til IE UNDERSIGNK1D BEGS LEAVE
to announce to tho ffublic that hu
Im-* puroliased tin* above fTotol, wheie
cvurytliiny will in* found flrst*elftss, mul
at reasQUaulo ratus.
Tins Parlors nnd Slecping-Aimri-
mt'iitu aro under tlfo miperintendenco
of Mna, Acstin.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Reading Hoom, com-
tnoillons, comfortably frn'tUshod, and
wull supplied with bOOkfl nml napcra, is
jiroVidea for tiio use uf •jn-jnta.
•o? sac ara 3es^.xc;
IsWpnHod with tho choicest brands of
WiNKft, I-iQtjoitSj GtQ.uis, &e.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Pnoi'inimii:.
NGTTIpE.
•\T0TICE IS HKRKUV GIVEN, that
1\ iipplicatioii will he luailb to the
I-cgiala.tivo AsBombl}'oi tlio PepyUiocof
IWitMi Columbia, it ita next aoasion, for
nu Act to incoi*|iorati! u Comjiany tb cou-
Btrttet nml work n Hallway from n point
iu tho City of Now Westminster to some'
point near the 4'Mh ptu-allol, north latitude, butweon Somtalunoo liny ami
Township Blx'tsen in tlm Btstrioo of Now
VvosttnUistor, British Columbia.
GORDON K. COHIUJUld),
Solicitor I'm* thu Applicants,
New West., Septa 1, 1,882| so2
VICTORIA,
at viqTOMA rsicss.
R. THOMAS,
Shop undor tho new Oddfellow Hall, Col
uiubiaat., New Westminstor.
ESTABLISHED 1S59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Xcnply Oiiixisito (lie Colonliii Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
,Tffn5 I/ARGBST .AND   CHOICKST
J.   aysortniuut of all (leBcripfciOns of
MEA*IS m fESETABLES
ConstajLitly-on hand, aud supplied to Finn-
ilies, Restaurants, anil Steamboats at tho
LOWEST IUSSJIUT3 PIIIC^S.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
MSIOAL IISlEraffliE
UF ISVJSEY UE.SCRII'TJOX,
Books to Sheet Music
IN J5NDLESS V'AllIETY,
MUSICAL   BOXES
A lino Asssortmontj from $25 to §60,
—Ai'—
BJAcaWALL & COifS
MUSIC   STORE,
fiOYElffilKNT STKKET, VICTORIA.
J.  BAGNALL,
t'lANOFOllTf.L'iOliHANTUKDKi'cIlLU'AiaVlIl
%
MHK
S- 101 n.*\.*l****n,*T,**    **..     -.(*ii"* F;nt>*,rt*|
IIVlPLEiVIENTS
AND A QEHEBAII ARl'nil'I'JlEN'l-
Olf
HA1BW1BE.
THE BEST WIAKD OF
Flour,
Bacon,
Beans,
Groceries.
1   hi!!!,.
■"6
AND A OESBEAD LIKE OF
DRY   GOODS
SPECIALLY SELEOlCEJl) FOU
iCBIfi MARKETi
r.^r (3torage   nnd    Forwarding
dono uli ransonnulo rates.
REID & HUDSON.
HP?
A Ii. ACCOOOTS NOT PAID BY
IX. Llio IStli hut. will bo iilnoqd ii, Uio
Iuiii.Ih of a Colloctor with itistruotioii,.i,
\Y. J. FKKNCII.
New Wont., July •!, 1882. jy,.
ROYAL  CITY
Uli MS 0
!3.-i3:BEE'3?33S»)
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE l'UE-
I'AUED TO MANUFACTURE
—AI.I. UEStoXTTIONS Of—
Eoiigfi k Dressed Lumljer,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds,
Pl'inli!'". 8croII«Sawlng, Turn*
lug, Slunilng,
Ami all kinds of WOOD-rOTSHING,
oxocutool to oulor with tlio
MOST IMPUOYED MACHINElty
FlStt  CASKS   A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD STREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JOEU EENDSY,
MANAdliR.
j. H. PLEACEI CO.
lMl'OBTKIiS AND nKALIiliS Df
STOVES,
RANGES,   toC, toC,
House Furnishing Go ids,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
SPORTING  GOODS.
A fall assortment coiistantly on lidiitl, at
tho LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Tinware manufaotiired on the promi-
aca.   Johliiiig proincUy attended to.
f!(li.!i!:o(>U'8 btome i:: i; :::•.;.,
S.MV ^YeslmlnKlrr.
00 TO THE
'D
muiisuu
BOOT $ SHOE STORE
AND GET  YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
t)Ot)TS AND SHOKS OF EVERY
J > doBcriiition mado to order, and re-
pairdd, from an
INFANT'S  SHOE
sa^.Kr'.<3  sod's?.
Tlio highest CASH price raid for HIDES
JAMBS ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA      STREET,
OiTi'.wiTr. THK Dank.
"Imperial
FIRE INSDRANOE COMP'K,
I Oi..> BmiAP St. and 1(1 Pau Mai.i.,
LONHUN.
INSTITUTED 1803. '
1711)K INSUlHXt! U0USIB3ik OTHER
P Bntldjtiga, Gooda,AVm-oa, Mcivhan-
■iiaoi Manufuctnrlug nnd PnrmUig. Stock,
Shipiln Port, Harbor or D'ook, nml tliu
Cm-gooa ofshcli Vessofo; also, Sliim Ituilil-
Jul* nii'l rowviring, Barvoa nml othor Vca-
pi-Fh ou naviiritlili' rivuiv nnd ciinnts, nnd
Oooda "ii bonrd bUoIi Vcsflola, throughout
Qront Britain nml Ireland midiii Fowlgli
Countries,
ruoit loss or n.nrujR by fiuk.
SubBcrfbod nnd Invoatcd CnpiUil,
£1,600,000 STG.
Itiitoa of Proniii-iiti nml Bvoi'y information can ha obtiiincd on application to
W. jr. AttMSTIlQP,
Agoiit for "New Wtfahhinattu*;
Ml
COLUMBIA STBEET,
New  Westminster, B. C.
HAVDvfl 1'URCHASBI) AND
oompletely re*lnrnislied im.l
otlicniise- greatly unproved thii
iveli-knowii establialiment, I have
tlie pleasure to announce that it is
OPSM
For the reception of fiueata.
Cpnviently located and well np-
pointed in every department,  with
BATH ROCHES
And all tho moat modern appliances, At will be found in every
respect the best, as it is the largest
and most commoilioua, Hotel on the
Mainland,
The
5ESTAURAK'
popaTtnieiit fo under tlie very best
manageiuunt both aa rogarda i:n.-;i.xi:
aiid attendance, and parties dosiring
tlmn enn linve comfortable PrlVfltO
IMiiill^ Rooms, with special attendance,
The
BAR   KOOM
la stocked with the choicest Wines
nnd Liqitoi-s" and the best brands of
Cigars will always be kept on hand.
The
billsakB mm ,
Is spacious nnd well appointed, and
provided with Stuahi.k's Patent
CUSHION TABLES,   the best in
jt5T Good attendance ami moderate cliarijca.
J. E. DTSLEY,
PlUJpBIBTOB k MASAOER
April 4, 1SS2.
uranviile Jlotel,
GaANVILLE,
BURRARD      INLET.
Seffly Built nnd Nowly Fnrnte&od,
large aiul('oc.modioiis.
ONE OF THE CESTliCTEtS OH THE MAINLAND.
Commands »n unbroltfon view of that
mngnifioent sheet of water known ns
Coal Harbor, thf fitturci terminua
of   tlio   Canadian   JPacdflc
Knilway.
SUITS    OV    B»03IS   FOB    F.IMUBKS.
t&r Visitors and Tourista will find it n
ijuint and pleaaant resting placo.
The scale of charges will bo found to
bo strict ly moderate.
Good stabling on tlm premises,
iOSEPH  MANNION,
pROPRIETflR.
PATENTS
We continue to net at Sulicit^rs for Pat
cuts, Caveats, Trade Marks, Copyrights,
oto., for the United States, Cantuta^duba,
Btiglarid, Prance,   Genunny, etc.     Wo
havo had ihlrtyflVo years experience.
Patents obtained through us nre noticed in the Scientific A.mki:ioax. This
largo pud splendid illustrated weekly
paper, *?.".'20 a year, sHdws the Progi*ess
of Science, is very intorcating, ami baa
nn uqonnouR circulation. Address,
MUXX k CO., Patent Solid{-*»•**•, Pub
lisliers of ScTicNTinc: Amktiioan, 87 Park
Row, New York. Handbook about Patents sent tree. del4
AYRSHIRE^ BULLS!
miUS   UNDIIIJSICXKI)   HAS   FOR
\_  sale nn reasonable tni-ms »■ few half-
bred Ayrsbird yearling Pulls, aired by tlie
Thoi-uu-jlibrod Ayrnldie Hull
The dams being cliotob  dairy eowu.
A. H. VKDDBE,
jell Sumaa.
3STOTIOH.
ptKIIKKlllW AND OTiilJRS ARE
V m.tilk'il that it is illegal to import
iilnim. tinder auy.pi'ijtoiioo Iron, ubovb
tho Siiiimn Kivt'i-.
0, fin'MNDRIGH,
H.,I.,ry Ovotnor.
July 28,1SS-2. jy20
iox rgnlc or lo lltnt.
BBICIS FOR SALE.
rnHK SUBSCKIBKR HAS A KILJT
X of excellent bricks for sale cheap.
Delivery anywhere,
T. McKAY.
New AVcstmi[inter, ;,'
June 24, ISSl. jn25
A.
mrnt;
i.ted '2
') mile
>R  SALE:
GOOD FARM, CONTAINING
li.-! aeres; 14 acros chopped and
; and a good Frame House, SiJav*
inilca from Maple Ridge P. 0. and
: from Fort Langley.
information apply to
WILLIAM McADAM,
Maple Ridge,
HmVARD McADAM,    ..
! Nicola Valley,
SALE:
rpiu: foixowingi—
15 Fat Hogs,
15 Sm-jll Hogs,
1 White Cheater Boan,
A number of Horses,
1 Cutting Box,
1 Platform Scale (capacity 1,000),
Also—for salo or lease—the.premises
leceutly occupied byjne,
To he seen on application to
W. J. FRENCH.
No* "West., July '1, 1882. jyfi
^FOR_SALE
LOT   '.',   BLOCK   IX.
"      1,      " XXII.
"   io,    "      xxvni.,
City of Kcw AVestmiiiater.
—ALSO—
LOT   i,   BLOCK   I.
"   S&9,    " ILL
"      4,       " V.
"      3,       " X.
"   18, 10, tt 20, BLOCK XIIL,
Bubiirl.aii Lands,
Apply to
II.  V. EDMONDS,
Now Westminster,
Of to ALLSOP k MASON,
cuSOfcc Victorin,
""Tor sale.
CABINET ORGAN
SUITABLE FOB
Church or Parlor.
A 5-OCTAVE Mason & Ham-
Iin Cabinet Organ, with 2 full seta of
reeds, sub-baas, octavo coupler, vox hu*
lnaiia, grand organ, and knee swell, 8
stops. This organ is now used in the
Methodist Church, and is sweet toned
and in good order. Will be Bold for $150
cash, as it fo iut-eiidcd to procure a more
powerful one. This ia a decided I
Apply to
T. R. 1-FAKSON & CO.,
Stationers & Miutto Dealers,
fc-Jto New. Westminster,
Uihi
A Splendid Farm I
200  ACRES   iSlPttOTED!
135  Acres  VnHcv  Tlmotiij l
mHK "ONDERSIGNIID OFFERS for
\ Sale, on favorable terms, his splendid Farni, rdtuatbd on the North Arm,
•1 milea from the City of New Westminster ami within four miles of tho Town
of Onuiville, tho
RAILWAY   TERMINUS.
Tlie Farm contains Sol acres of rich
bottom land, thoroughly dyked and
drained and freo from overflow at all
seasons.
Thore are
•ioo  Acnes  iMPnovEn;
Of which 135 acres aro under timothyj
and the remainder under oats, root cropa
and pasture,
Tliero fo s good bearing or hard and a
splendid spring of pun: water.
There are a comfortable dwelling, two
doable bams 120x45 feet, ..together with
shells and other out-buildiiigs.
The Fann is well stocked with hones,
cattle, pigs, tbe, nnd with the most improved agricultural implements and machinery, Including a "Giant Reaper."
The property fronts on the North Ann,
and thoro is a wharf (not quite finished),
aBbrding excellent landing for steamers.
There fo no better farm in tho country,
anil it is in a epitdiffioii to pay a largo
profit on the invi/itimut from the first.
The lrarn. will be told with or without
the live stuck.
For particulars apply on the prcmWa
or by post to
HUGH  MAGEE.
Now West., July 4, 1882.
y<5
m
mHK UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
I_ euro in announcing that ho is now
prepared toMipplyall kinds of Ftlfni-
turoI.iSoM nt th'-- Wast possible prices.
Cabinet work aiid Upholytoring done
promptly and in lirst-elass style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its bratiohoa. The undoraigned
has the only HKAKSK in tho City.' A
lontinuance of pub!'.' patronago solidltfld,'
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. l.UNTK,
T*ato Siiuinger Solil'n Hraucli Fimufcuru
Store ailSto
mukigipal mm
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TOTIOH    IH   lll'T.r.
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Cityl.'li-l'l'.
IS3 ULU(
15, 1882.
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for 1SS2 nm
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Card of Thanks... .Sisters of St. Ann
Reward H. Elliott & W. Howay
Special Methodist Church
Ihe fvitislt ffiahunbhm.
Hatunlny lioni'iiu, Oct.  14* itevi.
Intolerable Injustice.
That 'tliis section of the-country
has been most unjustly treated in
the matter of road-making is painfully evident. Here is-a'town witli
a population of threo thousand, adis
trict with a population of sixteen
thousand, furnish ing fully one moioty
•of 'the entire exports of the whole
Province; and yet to-day there is
mot leading to or through it five consecutive miles of 'road over wliich a
buggy may be driven witli safety
Burrard Inlet, our outer harbor,
upon which tho Canadian Pacific
Eailway shall find its western ter
minus, is nine miles distant at one
end and fivo'-at the other. It is, and
has been for more than a decade,
•tbe centre of large industries and extensive trade; and yet so wretched is
the road system (?) between the two
principal communities on the Mainland that communication is about to
be established by water, involving a
steamboat voyage all the way round
by the Gulf—a distance of 25 miles
to the nearest point and 37 miles to
Port Moody! Nor does this constitute the gravamen of the complaint.
There is not in all tho District a settlement connected with the markets
or -oven steamboat landings by a passably good road. Some of the settlements have net a road of any kind I
They have been paying taxes, and
"heavy taxes, all theso twenty odd
years; and what have they in return 1
How 13 it possible for a country to
flourish under such treatment? Tiie
agriculturist, who is the backbone,
so to speak, of the country, is completely neglected. "Usurous taxes
nre screwed out of him under threat
of eviction from his homestead, but
nothing is done towards enablin-
him to nay these taxes. Were there
no means at tho disposal of the Gov-
ernment tho case would be different
All that could be said would bo that
tho country was unfortunate But
when one looks across the Gulf and
sees the line system of 'Roman roads
there, and more especially when one
sees hundreds of thousand of dollars,
unconstitutionally taken from tho
Provincial treasury, squandered upon
a work whiclt was not to have cost
the Province a dollar, and which will
never bo one cent's worth of benefit
to tbe tax-payers on the Mainlard,
—when one bolts at these things
■one is compelled to admit that the
fault, the crime, rests with the Gov-
*ernment.
The Eailway Lands.
Is this thing to go on forever?
Has out* representative given the
Government fully to understand the
situation? It is now fivo or six years
since the railway bolt on tlie Mainland was locked up against settlement. In the valley of the Lower
Fraser that belt comprises the whole
of tho cultivable land. Every rood
of it is needed now to supply the
demand created by railway work.
Every week shiploads of produce,
which could and would have been
raised from these lands had they not
been locked up, are being brought in
from a foreign country, and our
wealth is being drained away to buy
food for man and beast—food which
should be produced from our own
fertile acres. Every week valuable
would-be settlers come ta our shores
and, finding all the available land
looked up, go away declaring they
are net going to stay in a country
governed by men insane enough to
de this thing. What iu to be done?
The press is weary ef denouncing
this madness. What is the reasot
of it all? Cannot the Ministers at
Ottawa see what mischief they arc
working here by persisting in refusing to admit much-needed settlers?
If it be so that tho Local Government still blocks the way, why don't
the Federal authorities say so plainly, and let the people know? Unless
something is done soon it will be in
order to consider how far the people
would be justified in breaking open
the door and taking possession of
these lands! They aro for the poople
and belong to the peoplo, and no
Government has a right to withdraw
from the market for so long a period
all the available lands, contrary to
the wishes and interests of those
most directly concerned. The
people want te know who is to blamo
fw: all this.   Let them insist upon
their    representatives   ascertaining
without further delay.
Now that tho Kicking Horso Pass
would appear to be fully determined
upon it is fair to assume that the
land along that more southerly route
will soon bo reserved. It will be
the duty of the Representatives from
this Province to impress tho Dominion Government in the very outset
with the importance of having tliese
lands available for scttlcmentwithout
delay. It is ono of tlio recommendations of tho new route that it runs
through fertile territory, and it is
most desirable that settlers should
be 'enabled to enter upon and cultivate the lands near tho railway line
so as to supply food for the railway
makers, instead of having supplies
comii'g in from tlio neighboring Tor
ritory. With proper management, a
continuous chain of settlement should
follow closo upon the heels of the
surveyors, and then- the country
would be enabled to utilize to the
full the immense railway expenditure in the mountains. But if these
fertile lauds are to be bolted and
barred against settlement for years,
as has been tho case with those in
the valley of the Lower Fraser, the
grand opportunity for building up
prosperous communities throughout
our own territory will be missed and
tho millions spent among tho mountains will bo drained across the
boundary lino.
About Surpluses.
We were taken to task a few days
ago for having the independence to
complain that the N. P. bears with
undue weight upon the tax-payers
of this Province, and for having the
courage to suggest the impolicy of
imposing such oppressive rates of
taxation as have led to a surplus of
some fifteen millions. We have just
been reminded of what Sir Charles
Tupper himself said upon the point,
ou the floor of Parliament, a few
years ago:—"I say the GOVERNMENT   HAVE   NO   RIGHT   TO  ITAVli A
surplus.   They should endeavor
TO   GET   RID OP IT.     AnD.THE BEST
way to do so is that pursued by
us asd by the g0vern.me.xt of
Great Britain ■— by lightening
THE  TAXES ON TIIE PEOPLE."    These
a>*e precisely our own views, and we
shall at all times have the courage
to give expression to onr opinions'
upon any public question, whether
they may happen to be iu harmony
with, or in opposition to, the policy
of the day. Tho British Columbian
is an independent journal,—-published in the public interest, and pledged
to defend the right; and although
generally supporting the present
Dominion Government, because ils
policy towards British Columbia
meets with our approval in the main,
there are some things of which we
shall dare to disapprove. Bub when
our local contemporary is so indiscreet as to hurl at us the supposed
opprobrious epithet "grit," one's
mind reverts to the general election
of 1878, when he was a howling
"grit," aud supported Mr, Robinson
against Mr. Mclnnes, because the
former announced himself in liis
published address a mco ultra "g'it"
than the latter Whenever the press
becomes so enslaved to party as to
call good evil and evil good, its "usefulness is cone."
It appears that, in the course of hia
canvass in the Yalo District, Mr. Hum
phrcys bus boon saying some thing!
not very complimentary to tho prosont
Government, with whom ho was and i.i
in secret covenant. He haa beon representing Mr. Armstrong as having
forced himself into the Cabinet by
making the Promier believe that he
(Mr. Armstrong) could load ono of the
District members to whichever side of
the Bouse he liked, and that unless he
got a portfolio he would tako that
member to the Speaker's left. He has
also beon representing the Cabinet, as
at present constituted as being perfectly useless, without him (Mr. Humphreys'), and (hat if they, the electors
of Yale, elected him he would soe lhat
tho Mainland was properly cared for,
as he would be tho ruling power'in the
Cabinet, Mr. Beavon being essentially
unpopular, and Mr. Armstrong counting for nothing. When asked how the
Government would manage if the Attorney-General lost his seat, "Tom's':
characteristic reply was, "I shall know
where to find another Attorney-Gen*
oral,"
Tho Second Presbyterian Church in
Canton, China, received during tho
past year forty-four persons, and a
Third Presbylorian Church has been
organized in that city.
Mother—-"You know, Johnny, you
cannot have your cake and oat it too."
Johnny--"But, mothor, how can I oat
it unless I have it?"
$25 REWARD.
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE
paid to nny 'person giving information leading to tho conviction of parties
turning cattle, horses or hogs Into tho
Masonic or Oddfellows Cemetery.
By order of
H,   ELLIOTT,
W. HOWAY.
Now West., Oct. 13, 1882.
CARD OMTHANKS.
m'HE SISTERS OF ST. ANN BEG
.1. to return their sincere thanks to
the Ladies and Gentlemen who honored
thoin with their presenco at thoir Musical Entertainment of Thursday evening,
the 5th inst. They feci under many
obligations to Mrs. Moresby-and Mr.
Keary for valuable services rendered,,as
also to the Ladies and Gentlemen who
exerted themselves so kindly in disposing of the tickets, anil are happy to state
that the mini realised ($30(1) collects great
credit on all of them.
Tlio Sisters, moreover, return their
best thanks to the Editors of both our
local papers for favors received.
New West,, Oot. 18, 1SS2. oo!4
GROCERIES
PEOvisioirs.
FOR   SOUND,    USEFUL GOODS,
go to
W. IR-A-IE
Who has on hand a fine selection of
DRESS  GOODS
and a lnrge Block of
DOMESTICS
—INtlLUlUNCI—
FLANNELS, TWEEDS, BLANKETS,
SHEETINGS,  COTTONS,  TlClt-
INGS, PRINTS aiul 'COT.
TONADES.
Gentlemen, "Take Notice I
Fashionable   Clothing!
HATS,    TIES,    BRACES,   SHIRTS,
Every vjivii-ty nml nll kinds of
UNDERWEAR.
A complete line of
GROCERIES &PB0VJS10NS
HAY, POTATOES, k SHINGLES.
W. 1BLA-E,
ocl 1 to
Cohtmbta Street.
D. McPHADEN
pEOS TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE
Ji_}   has just opened a
FAMILY GROCERY
And Gonoral PROVISION AND FEED
STORE, in Deane's Bridle Building, next
to tho Colonial Hotel, whoro ho haa in
Btouk a complete and carefully selected
assortment of
Plain and Fancy Groceries,
Parties requiring anything in the above
line will Iind it to their advantage to call
and examine my Goods and prices before
purchasing.
ff-ii' The IdgbcBt market price paid for
Farm aud Dairy Produce.
N, IL—Goods delivered free in any
part of the City.
D. McPHADEN.
New West., Oct, 10, 1862, ocll
CAM, AXD KXAHIXKOVK
inery:
Latest in the Market!
WE ARE PREPARED TO SHOW
the newest styles and fabrics in
tlie trade. Our Show Room will bo
found replete with all the latest
London and San Francisco
CLASS
Lost
ON THURSDAY LAST, BETWEEN
Queen's Avenno and Columbia
Street, n hunting cftse.l SILVER
WATCH. Tho limine will ho suitably
reworded hy leaving it at this Ollice.
Now West., Oct. 10, 1882. oolite
MANAGED BY  A  FIRST'
ARTIST.
SATISFACTION    GUARANTEED.
Splendid variety of
Lace Collarelles, Frllllngs ana
Ties, Itlbbons, "'lowers,
Plushes, Satins, Velvets, ana Moires.
A largo   Btook   of   FEATHERS   and
LACES of   all kinds.
Wo would call attention to our assort
ment of CORSETS and LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING, kis.
BERLIN    and    ZEPHYR    WOOLS,
CREWELS and EMWIOIDER-
ING   SILKS.
¥. RAE,
ocl Ito Colombia Stumt,
A Novelty in Sauce I
SUBSCRIBE
FOR THE British Columbian, tlio
Newspaper on tho Mainland of British Columbia.   Only S3 a yonr.
Line Fruit Juice Sauce.
Finest Table Sauce in the Market
—crn—
ROAST   MEATS,    STEAKS,
I'l-ili,  Curries, ('tune, ct'%
We take great pleasure in recommend*
ing the above Banco to the public for not
only its wholcaomenflss, being mnde from
pure MONTSERRAT (W. I. Island)
Lime Fruit Juice, but for its delicacy of
flavor, whioh makes it supprior to any
Sauso ever offered in this market.
LOWEXTHAL, L1V1XGST0N & CO.
Importers nnd Sole Agents for
tho Pacific Count*
SST For sale by all jobbers and rotailers.
(oclliu3)
GRAND  FREE
bu n h
PROFESSOR SCOn
Tlte feonownod Australian PAIN AUTOCRAT, and his
MAGIC   BALM
Concert, Troupe I
Will appear in the
DRILL    SI-IED!
lgs
OCTOBER 14T1I ANI) KiTII.
CONSISTING  OF
MR. GEO. W. FRENCH, tho Silver
Toned Tenor Vocalist, in his beautiful songs and ballads,
MR. C. S. LAWRENCE, tho renowned
Australian Baritone, in his* motto
uud comic songs, and
PROFESSOR SCOTT
The great liusso Vocalist, Organist and
Humorous Entertainer.
1882.-1882.
Read Ottr Programme.
GRANT) ORGAN t SOLO (Potpourri)—
Songs of all Nations—concluding with
tho Scotch Bagpipes. -— Fborgssou
Scott,
Beautiful harmonious Trio—"Tho Sailor's
Joy"—Prof. Scott, Geo. W. French
and C. S. Lawrence.
Irish Ballad und Chorus—"Norecn Maureen"—Ceo. W. French.
Comic Negro Gamp Meeting Refrain—■
"Swim Out for Glory"—Messrs. Lawrence, French and Prof. Scott.
Comio Song—"My Mary Ann"—C. S.
Lawrence.
Ballad — "Empty Cradlo" — Geo. W.
French.
Baritone Song—"Wait Till tho Clouds
Roll By"—0. S. Lawrence.
Pitoi-KHHOH Scott in his humorous Lecture.
Comio Camp Meeting Refrain—''Razors
in tho Air"—Messrs. Lawrence,French
and Prof. Soott.
Tenor Song—"Only to Sec Thy Face"—
Geo. W. French.
Laughable Song—"Her Beauty Was All
She Hail"—0. S, Lawrence,
Comic Negro Song and Chorus—"Shoo
Shoo or Hit Him With ia Stick"—(com-
posed by Prof. Scott) Prof. Scott and
Messrs. French and Lawrence,
PaoPEHflort Siiott in his Great Comic
Recitation—"The District Schoolmaster's Guests."
Great Tea Song with now and. original
chorus (as sung only by the troupe—
"Nancy Leo"-—I'rof. Scott and Messrs.
I-awrenee and French.
Finale—"God Save the Queen"—Messrs,
French and Lawrence and Prof. Scott.
S3' PROF. SCOT'P most respectfully
informs the public that he has at great
expense, secured Messrs. LAWRENCE
and FRENCH to assist him iu giving
tliese Grand Free Entertainment.1-, which
aro without the slightest exaggeration
superior to any musical entertainments
of the prosont day. The Organ upon
which Prof. Scott playn his beautiful
Solos aud Accompaniments is manufactured by M. Jerome k Co., of Paris, and
is tho theme of admiration of tliose who
hear it.
Prof. Scott's object iu giving tho
Grand Free Musical Entertainments is to
introduce Ids renowned
Australian Magic Balm!
BLOOD BITTERS,
Which aro tho boa.t and surest euro iu
tho world for Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Toothache, Headache, Sprains, Catarrh,
ConiB, Warts, Bunions, Colic, and all
diseases arising from an impure stato of
the blood.
iar Prico for ono bottle of MAGIC
BALM and one packago of BLOOD BIT-
TERS-ONE DOLLAR.
Tho Concert will commence precisely
at 7.30 o'clock.
Look out for tlio
4 FLAMING  TORCHES 4
IMPORTANT NOTICE
PROFESSOR   BCOTT   AND   MIS
TROUPE will npprar in GRANVILLE
on TUESDAY EVENING, Oot. 17th.
(ocllt2)
—AT—
MI IM
mm
& GO'S.
22 CASES'
s— of—
Beiiig-the First Instalment for the
Season.
CONSISTING    OF
NEW DRESS GOODS
(IN ALL THE LATEST SHADES)
Cashmeres, Melange Twills,
all wool Plaids, Dress Serges,
Winceys, &c, &c, Black and
Colored Brocaded Silks,Blnck
and Colored Moire Silks,
Satins in all shades, Velvets,
&C, Black and Colored Brocaded and Plain. Velveteens,
New Brocaded Grenadines
for evening wear, Ladies' and
Children's fur-lined Circular
Cloaks, Dolman Ulsters, latest styles in Black and Colored Jackets, a lino line of
Ladies' Skirts suitable for
Fall and Winter, a new lot
of double-width Ulster and
Mantle Cloths.
MILLIN
i?o# on view, the finest
assortment of Flowers and
Feathers ever shown in this
City.
New shapes in Hats and
Bonnets, trimmed and un-
trimmed.
A spleitdid line of Spanish,
Maltese, Fan, Valenciennes,
Byzantine, and Beaded Laces,
in White, Black and Cream.
A nice stock of Beaded
Gimps and Fringes, and Fur
Trimmings.
Ladies', Gent's, Misses and
Children's HOSIERY, in
endless variety.
A good stock of Flannels,
Sheetings (white and unbleached), Calico, White
Linens, Ticks, Towels, Table
Cloths, and Covers, Napkins.
&c, &c.
A splendid line of Fall and
Winter GLOVES.
CLOTHING!
A large lot of Men's and
Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Pants,
Overalls, and Jumpers, &c.
White and Colored Dress
Shirts, Baltic Flannel, Cotton, Merino, and Knitted-
Wool Under' Clothing, Collars, Cuffs, and Neckties.
Valises, Satchels, and Carpet Bags, in all sizes.
JAS. ELLARO & CO.,
LONDON HOUSE,
NEW WESTMINSTEBj B. 0.
•—OOXjTT&^OT—
mnuun o
o
a
^***-g*~*jr
C.G.MAJOR
• i sgsi
WISHES TO DISPOSE OF HIS
ENTIRE STOCK OF
ITATIH1ITI
(EITHER IN LOTS OB BULK)
FOR CASH!
■ALSO-     .
PIANOS
(Cottage, Herman Me)
Will be sold On the Instalment Principle.
ALL ACCOUNTS
due must be paid on
or before 15th September next.
Call,   Examine,   and
Secure a Bargain!
THK
llliS SPLENDID NRW HOTKL is"
mi
X    now
fcmvclling
uished fur pleasure nml comfort
v complete and open   for the1
t Public.   It fo finished nnd fur*
THE   TABLE
Ih always supplied with the hest in the '
market.
THE   BAR
Is also, supplied with the hest of Liquors'
and Cigars,
To those seeking plcilsuro with the
Rod and Gun—tho surroundings of Port!
Hfliioy arc n perfect Game Field. The
rod fishing of tho Lillooet river, tho host
in Hiitish Columbia, is within a mils of
tho Hotel.
From thb balcony of tho Hotel'Is obtained a most magnificent view up and
down thu Fraser river, nix milca each
way. ■' i    ■'< - *>
Tho lofty Mount Baker to tho South
and tho "Golden Ears" to the North are*
tho finest subjects for tho artist on the1
Mainland.
tlio "Groat Land Slide" of '70 that
Bunk 40 acres of tho Howison Farm to a;
depth of ono hundred feot belo**-* thci
level of tho surrounding grounds, and Its'
boiling
SULPHER    SPRINGS
stand within a quarter of a mile of the*
Hotel, and tho roaring Falls of tho Kanaka are within a mile of the House.
Those seeking a. week's holiday cari
nowhere In II. C. Hnd more interesting
surroundings or spend a more pleasant
time;
"To Invalids, in crises of rheumatism
and rill ncrvou.8 diseases the Kulplicr
Springs Sponging IJatliB act in a most
miraculous way. Invalids will bless the
day they threw drugs to the docs and
tried tho magic Hatha of tho famous
Springs of Port Handy;
WILLIAM
Proprietor.'
Port Haney, Sept, 6,1882. w* ;jjbs£
•lirmaarraa Hi mm   i j\\*-- -i™ "-"•?~-~+"'-r~~-*-<-r"'~~™"--
.<tthx f ritisfh €alumbhin.
(Wnlurilii'   M-irnfiii*., Oct. 14, '#"*>'■
In hit r ;fi v, on tlio Gill Inr-I -, the wifo of J. A,
Slvewr.--.1it, M.D., of iisuii.
President Arthur is ill with kidney
-disease.
Splendid duck-shooting on Pitt
meadows.
Dr. Schultz has been gazetted a
'Senator for Manitoba.
The Viotoria Reception Committee
have a surplus of §1,320.
To-day the steamship Victoria should
aail from Sail Francisco for tlii: port.
Great fun at the Drill Shed this and
"Monday evening; and all for nothing!
Tha Churchman's Gazette for October
reached us too late for any lengthened
"notice.
Tht steamer Western Slope, Cnpt.
: Moore, left for Vicioria yesterday uf-
Wnoon.
. Mr. Theodore Davio passed up on
Wednesday, en route to EytSou to attend the assizes.
»   .--Portland hns a paid iGi*e'department,
' 'and one of its principal streets is ltght-
'ed by electricity.
The Negro refrain, "Swim out for
ulory," is tip-top.
And so is "Nancy Leo."
Stand-and-delivory mon would ap-
-pear to he very uumorous iii and
-Around Victoria jn.st now.
, Mr. Bagnall. of Victoria, desires us
to anuounce that ho will pay this oity
'a professional visit next week.
No ohequos, unless marked good at
'the bank, will be received at the Cus-
'tom Houso here for duties, .tc.
The steamer Princess Louise. Oapt.
Lewis, came up on Wednesday wRh a
"•cargo (SOO tons) of China-feed.
The Victoria papers have been niacin- a mountain out of the steamboat
'uiole-hill oil Lung-ley, last week.
Tho steamer Gertrude, Cupfc. Odi*.i,
■•returned front Yalo yesterday afternoon with freight and passenger!*.
Welsh, rJihet it Co.'s new wharf at
.the entrance of Victoria harbor, is to
))• 000 foot long, by 100 foot deep.
Go early to the Drill Shed .Ills evening, or you will he crowded out. The
music is 'way up, and admission fine!
Tho steamer Enterprise, Capt, Gar-
'diner, arrived from Victoria last ovening at i'.oO with freight and passengers.
The Foresters of "Victoria celebrated
"their anniversary by a dinner at the
-Philharmonic Hull on Wednesday
'eveniri*;.
The E, P. Rithet, on Wednesday
evoning, brought up a band of very
fine beef cattle froni Mr. Adair's ranch
*at Canoe Pass.
The steamer Ada, Capt. Rogers, left
tor Nanaimo on Wednesday night,
With a cargo of lumber and hay a*\c\ a
number of passengers. .   r
. Mr. Scoullar is extending bis store
■back twenty-two feet and otherwise
improving his premises preparatory to
laying in his winter stock.
The steamer Western Slope, Capt.
Moore, arrived from Dui'rard Inlet
■yesterday morning, having remained
*at Port Moody over night.
. The steamer Win. Irving, dipt.
Insley, returned from Yale yeslerday
afternoon with freight and pasfioiijors
and up-country mails and express.
, Ool. Tourtelotte, Chief of Got).
Sherman's stall', who accompanied the
Royal party out, arrived at Victoria
on Tuesday, and will accompany tlio
party back.
To clear out tho ditches ou Mary
fetreet was a necessary'nnd proper
work; but to deposit the rank suit
taken therefrom in tlio centre nf the
street was an unpardonable blunder.
The Seattle Chronicle publishes the
rumor that Capt. Jack Crawford, (he
poet-scout, was recently killed in Arizona in mistake for a noted gambler.
jCapt. Jack was known in British Columbia.
The result of the Yale election cannot be definitely known fur a week or
ten days; but the praximato result
blight bo known heie ou Monday were
the telegraph only working, which it
seldom is.   ■
. What will Premier Heaven do when
bis cousin-attorney-gen oral isunseatod '(
Surely that cabinet will not stand any
bore patching, llesides, thero will he
ho available material on that sido of
ihe House.
The Standard of Wednesday snys:—
"Telegraphic advices rcueived at this
office yesterday bring most assuring
news as to tho election of the Hon.
T. B. Humphreys for Yale district on
Friday-next."
Our Yale contemporary speaks in
the highest terms of the perforthances
bf Professor Scott aud his party in that
town. The large audience appears to
nave been immensely pleased with the
entertainment.
The Gorman steamship Border Wont
ishore in a dense fog near Cape Haco,
Newfoundland, during the night of the
Sth, AU the passengers (283) and crow
vera saved, but the ship nud cargo
tvere a total loss.
The* steamer Western Slope purposes
going round to B'rd Inlet from horo
twice a woek. This will bo a convo-
lience, especially while tho road between this eity and tho Inlet is in such
i wretched condition.
The Winnipeg Free Press does nnt
inprovo of Senator Ail:ina being made
iovernor of Manitoba whilo there are
nen in the province fully competent
or the position, Othor p'rovinces, it
ays, would resent such an insult.
' We saw at tbo land office in this
ity the othor day some very (ino spe*
iimen.i of apples and potatoes, grown
t "Greenwich Park," St. Mary's Mis-
Ira, by Mr. Perkins. The.applos, aro
irge, early and whiter, and .oxcollutit
copers. The potatoes aro tbo "York
tegeut" varioty, very large und, witli-
1/ dr? aiid firm.   '
During a gale which prevailed at
Victoria on Monday considerable damage was done to houses, fences,'iCc.
The schooner experiment way blown
on tho rooks Jn tho month of tho harbor and wrecked. All lianas w ;,r
saved.       [
We aro told that the road between
this city and Port Moody fo m bad in
many placos as to bo practically impassable for vehicles. It was a great
mistako to- expend so much money
upon a road, much of which it is now
proposed to abandon.
ThB steamer R. P. Ruhet, Capt.
Jno. Irving, returned from Yale yesterday afternoon, and left soon afterward for. Victoria. Sho had n considerable ft limber 6f pasQciigers, nod
four hundred sheep for V'ulVoll.on-
burgh&.Co., Victoria.
Profossor Scott and his osulstflutSj
Messrs. French aud Lawrence, have
boon in Yale for a few days giving free
concerts and disposing of the Magic
Balm. Our people appear to ho well
pleased, whilo a lively trade iii boing
done fii the medieino lii.o. — Yale Sentinel,
Hugh Boyd, Esq., of RoBehonk
Farm, has cut two heavy crops of buy
from some of his land this year-—fully
live tons to tho acre; and tho same
land has yielded heavy hay crops for
eleven consecutive yours. One hundred dollars an acre per year for hay
isn't bad. is it ?
Bank opE. C.— Ollice hours, from
10 a. m. 'to 3 p. m,; Saturdays, from
10 a. ui. to 12 m. Keeping open lateV
oil steamer nights discontinued.
Methodist •fffronofl'— Itov. E. Rob-
sun, pastor. Son-ice at 11 a. rfl, and'
? p. nt, Sunday School and Bible
Class at '2.30 p. in. Seats free; strangers cordially invited. *
Soddbn DflATii,--A Winnipeg despatch of the 10th ink say!*.:--''"K IX
Wood, Chief Jut-Hue of Manitoba, was
stricken by paralysis yesterday while
giving .a-* judgment from Uio bench, and
died four luuii'd afjervvard."
Maeikb CAS[)*.i,vY,-~Duriiig rough
weather tm Thursday nighi the sua
broke over the guards of the steamer
Gem, as sho lay at her wharf, apd gra-
d-anHy tilling her, -the sank in two aud
iirlialf fathoms of wator. Oapt. Millard nnd ono of iho vxbtt wure sleeping
on board, ami as the boat careered
over lliey awoke just i'i lime to escape
a cold hiuli.    Capt. Millard lost most
of his papers.
 «.	
Bimnuon.— A year, ago Brandon was
not. Now it is a fullrfletlged city, with
a Mayor and Council and a population
uf ovor three thousand. During the
summer no less than ^120,000 was expended on its streets,, and according to
latest accounts 500 men woro at work
on them. There wore liiO houses in
courso of erection, amongst them a
*?15,000 club-house. That's the way
cities spring up in our great Norih-
Wost.        '
TieWAfiMffa EiT.aAor.bTifAUY.—As
a general rule, trespnssing is n mean
business; but an exceptionally mean
typo of it has vcconlly boen.developed,
via., the tunmur of stock into the public cemeteries to post nro among ilie
■rravca of departed friends and trample
down tho Hewers and shrubbery plitiit-
ud by loving hands. That such has
boon done wiih respect to the Masonic
and Oddfellows Cemeteries at Sapper-
ton there is no room lo doubt, and tlie
Trustees arc determined to make nu
example. See reward oU'ored in another column.
. ■»	
Pno-Txr'ON Aqaissv Fine,—There
is in existence a city bylaw prohibiting
the vory dangerous pfdetide of poking
stovepipes through wooden walls instead of into brick tines. Why is this
most propor and necessary regulation
enforced iu the case of some and not
in the case fif all' What use oi* justice is there in requiring A to have
proper Hues built to receive his stove?
pipes if his nest door lidlghhor 0 fo
allowed to stick his through wooden
walls? Tho means for extinguishing
tiros possessed by the city are no moro
o'n'cieut than thoy should be; but bo
the department over so oilicient, "prevention is bctier than cure."
Iil!fl4.t(-7*Wo learn that Mr. Charles
Wilsoh, M. P. P, elect for Cariboo, is
now on his way to ihis city, whero lie
has .accepted the position of managing
clerk in the office of Mr, Theodore
Davie, harnsi:er-at,-law. Mr. Wilson,
is eligible for tho necessary examination preparatory vo call to tho bar, and
we understand that his intention is
during ihe winter months to complete
his qualification io practice. Mv. Wilson's commercial training, coupled
with many years1 espprianco and practice, render liim a desirable acquisition
to any law ollico, and Mr. Davio is to
bo congratulated upon acquiring the
services of so able an assistant.—Colon-
'ist.
  . .».      ...—
Eavi'j'.—Tho Khedive will confer
the decoration nf the order of Osiuail
on all British officers of the rank of
major-gcnoral and upward, who weio
engaged in tho Egyptian campaign,
and the order of Medzidio on all oSteers below tliat rank, Ho also pro.
pesos giving medals to the entire army
engaged iu the campaign, to ihu oUlcers silver, and to tlio soldiers copper.
Ho should at tho same timo have a
leather modal struck for that crazy
Frenchilmn Do Lossop**.. Meanwhile
Sir Garnet Wqfibluy and Admiral Seymour have boon olovated to ths Peerage, Arabi Pasha hits undergone a
no-rot preliminary examination. His
formal trial will be public An English barrister nnmed Lamberton has
boon rotaiued by Arabi, all tlio other
colinst'l applied to having refused because thoy were afraid nf losing oast,
Thus it is argued it will bo easy to obtain a conviction.
"Seventy berths in the ladies' cabin 1" exclaimed Fogg, after hearing a
description of tho new Old Colony
frtcamur, "Great Scott! but there
must havu been a terrible squall about
that time!"
■^••r^r-*'-'-r:*:--*,rr'^"vr**\^-.;:--VT^^-^"'.t-r-*r-t*'^
More Royal Visits.
An Ottawa despatch of tho 7th inst.
says:—''It is said that tlio Canadian
Government has been informed of tho
intended visit yf tho Prince aud Princess of Wales to ibis country on the
occasion of the annual meeting of the
Uritish Scientific Association in Montreal. In that event an extended
American torn* will protisbly be arranged.1' Should this programme lie carried out thoir Royal Highnesses of
Wales will meet with a right royal reception, not only in Canada, bu-" -n "tbe
United States as weljt, Nor is it unfitting that tbo Heir Apparent to the
British Throne should make himself
personally acquainted with tho Dominion, which is destined to play such an
important part in tho courap of British
Empire.
Tlie fieccjptJon Busihiess.
Thore was a meeting of the General
Committee on Wednesday evening.
The accounts having been all iii, it was
found lhat there will be littlo or no
surpiiis--'.ionio <if the ejiar^es having
been much in r?:cca*i of what was anticipated, nr, indeed, of what thoy
should have beon. All the accounts
were passed excepting two, and those
were left iu tho hands of tho Secretary
for adjustment, and it is scarcely
likely that another meeting will. be
necessary. Tho Committee passed a
resolution unanimously thiinkiiigMessrs
Ewen, English, Laidlaw and Haigh for
tlio valuable services rendered by tlieir
Bteamcrs and otherwise upon tho occasion, after wliich the meeting was adjourned subject to the call of the Secretary,
■■z.~ir--z-™:,::~£.:z.-'« ;.'-.;
ixztrziixxaxitttt;
■5'iSas-*arise.-i.-n;.-. t v..-;".-.---. r.-:  .
KiimloopH Assizes.
Chief Jusiica Sir M. B. Be-ble did
not find a very light calendar here ihis
time. The Court opened oil the 5th
and did rint close till the Ipih. Following were the results of ihe criminal
work: — Andrew Jules, malicious
wounding, tw>> yours, and for escaping
from lawful oustody, nine months in
addition; Ned Gow, stealing gold
dust, three years' imprison ment;
Frank Gillie, obtaining goods under
false pretences, one year, and for escaping from lawful custody, six months
in addition; Charley Doupo, stealing
Jlouv. three year.-*' imprisonment; Louis
Andres, larceny, one year's imprison-
meut. There was also somo civil work
—two Supreme and eight County
Court case's j but none of then! possessing any features of special public interest.
Between '.ho aBsizos and election and
vice-regal vieiij tilt) town has been
rather livelier than usual.
iri\{K'i Eanilng*.
Tho Victorians, or some of them,
have the bump of imil-h'iun largely developed; and. in-tho absence of foxes
nnd hounds, thoy have recourse to
"paper-hunting" as a . subsifeuio for
the noble English sport known aa "foxhunting." The writer never saw a
"paper hunt" and very likely never
shall; but that constitutes no good
reason why ho should not uivu a de-
sei'iptibii of it for the enlightenment, of
such of our readers as are equally ignorant, A quaint writer has -.'aid:-—
"You will notice that ilie less I know
about a thing the more light I throw
on it." A party mounted ou what, is
supposed to bo a horse and provided
with a bag-full oi' smidl bita of whito
paper, plays thu part of reyniird. Ho
is given a start fliinloient to pufc himself
for ihe most part out of sight, and
away he BC'ilUpors across tin; country
generally agreed upon, scattering the
bits of while paper as he goes, "doubling" and resorting to oilier foxy tricks
for tho purpose of perplexing or mid-
leading his pui'rfiiers. The bits of
paper bo scattered, constitute tho (mil
or "scent'* by which the pursuers are
guided, At tho expiration of tho tiuit*
agreed upon to give reynard a fair
start, Iho ''hunters11—who are alao tlie
"hounds" — all ready mounted and
waiting with baled breath for the signal, get away to the cry of "Tally-ho!"
Fm- the real, it is much the same us a
fox luint—-that is to flay, if tha liunier'a
imagination bounder propor discipline,
so that he can.believe tbo man wi.h
thebag-ifull qEliitlo bits of whito paper
to bo really a fnM and himself iu ho a
hound as well ns a hunter; only about
being "in at the death" nod What constitutes the "btuu.ij" wo are not altogether clear, but Capt. Dupont will
know, as lie carried off tho "brush"
upon the occasion of iho Itoya! limit
held a week ago to-day. The ninetiiig
wns nt ''Sindnconn," iho residence of
Cnpt. Dupont, and Her Royal Highness the Princess Louise was of the
party, mounted on one of the Lieutenant-Governor's horses; a very line animal, Tho Lientciiant-tioveruor and
Mrs. OoMWdtl woro also thore, The
Course taken by tho "fox" oil this occasion was across the country, found
Mount Tolmio, over Cedar Kill, nnd
away io CraigltowQr Head, where* (he
gallant Cnpt. Dupont overtook reynard
and was sn foriunaio as fo secure ihe
"brush." It fo stated that the sport
was excellent and that Her Royal
Highness rode splendidly nnd to ihe
"denth." Such evidence that Her
ltoyal Highness is well and enjoying
her stay in Uritish Columbia is indeed
gratifying, and wo am truly gfnd to
find that Capt. Dupont and those associated wiih liim lit tho matter have
had it iu thoir power to afford sueh
roally oxhHirating sport to tho Queen's
daughter. It was intended that nu-
othcL' meeting and hunt should come
off to-day, and wp trust Her ltoyal
Highness mny be able to nartieip'tt'-o in
tho sport. Tho "paper hunt" ia sure
to grow in favor at Victoria.
P&Ifcto Court-
on Thursday Alt assault case of more
than ordinary interest came up—Mr.
Kennedy, Superintendent of the Dominion building works in this city,
having been, on \Vediic«d:iy last, assaulted by Mr, Lothbridgo, who oc6u-
pie** the position of contractor's tore-
man on tlio saino works, Mr. Kennedy
conducted his own case; Mr. Edmonds,
oit behalf of Mr, Corbould, appearing
for tlio defendant. Application for
adjournment was mado on behalf of
tho defendant, on the ground that Mr.
Corbould having been, obliged to go to
Yale, there was no available legal
assistance,
After considerable cross-firing between Air. Kennedy and Mr. Edmonds,
tho case wns adjourned till Tuesday
next at 10 o'clock.
An application by Mr. Kennedy to
have Mr. Lothbridgo meanwhile placiid
under bonds to keep the peace was not
entertained by tho Court, but Mr.
Lethbridge was warned that if he did
not keep the peace towards Mr. Kennedy during thu interim it would pro-
.bably go very ill with him.
Mr. Edmonds gave notico to the
Court that ho had boen instructed to
apply fur a warrant to issue against
Mr. Kennedy for assault on Mr. Leth-'
bridge and that he would do su at a
subsequent sitting.
A Port Moodyite, whoso name our
reporter did not catch, wns brought
up on a charge of being drunk and disorderly, and, acknowledging the soft
impeachment,' was subjected to the
usual line.
ifriday, Ocl. IS.
Mr. "Edmonds, on balinlf of Mr.
Lethbridge, applied for* a warrant to
issuo against Mr. Kennedy for assault.
After some discussion, the application
wns granted.
Co-prof Kamloops Address.or
Welcome U) lUsltacelleiic}
l!sc ^iVcrrior-Ocneral.
On behalf of the inhabitant of Kamloops nnd surrounding country, we beg
lo oiler Your Excellency a hearty welcome to tho interior of Uritish Coiumbin.
It is a matter of sincere regret that
our avenues of communication nro still
in such a condition of incompleteness
as to prevent the coming to'this District hf your illustrious consort, Her
Royal Highness the Princess Louise.
We beg that you will convey to her au'
expression of the oj.trome pleasure
with which we would have welcomed
the daughter of Hor Must Gracious
Majesty iiur beloved Queen.
As loyal and devoted subjects of
Her Mnje3iy tho Qlieon, whoso Repiio-
sontativo you are, we shall feel it a
pleasure to be able in nny way to promote tho success an.l enjoyment "f
your visit. Though few ia .'number,
nowhere else will you find hearts more
sincere in their loyalty or hands mi ice
willing to aid in turnishing material for
your information and pleasure.
We thoroughly appreciate tho watchful interest Your Ejfoallency 1ms taken
iu all matters affecting the progress
and development of the Domiuion,and
whilo we regret that railway construction has not yet brought 'about tlm
political and commercial advantages
that wo expected, wo confidently look
forward to having those expectations
realized at an early date.
We are pleased to learn that it is (lie
intention of Your-Excellency to visit
the valley of tho Spallumeheeii and the
extensive gracing district of ihoOkn-
nngon. An opportunity will thus be
ull'ordcd you of realizing the importance both to tho Dominion nnd Province of eonneeung the water-stretchea
of the Tilotripsoii and Columbia rivers
by rail before railway work is commenced io the Rocky mountains, and
when ihe Inst rail of the "iron bond'1
has beon laid and tlie transcontinental
railway is completed, and the whole of
this groat Dominion is preparing to
celebrate with becoming enthusiasm
tlm advent of tho first through train to
Uritish Columbia, wo invite Your Excellency and Her Royal Highness (o
avail yourselves of that opportunity of
[laying us a moro extended visit.
We earnestly hope-your present
hasty trip through a portion of iho
I'iicilic Province may provo in the
highest degree gratifying to yourself
nud yuur royal consort, and that you
may carry with you pleasant memories
bf your visit to this Provinco.
MHuft6b&
Winter hath already spread her
white mantle over (ho country.
Tho cost of C. P. R. buildings in ihe
eity of Winnipeg is estimated at biiiJO,-
000.
Cap!. Denny, Indian agent at Calvary .ins sold his cattle ranch for $10,-
UQO,
L: Manitoba estimates the value of
ihe buildings erected nt Si. Booifacti
this year at §250,000, and expects that
this amount will bo increased to half a
million by nu\t spring,
Lieut. Yon Tschcdi of the ttailway-
l.'egimciit of tho Oermaii army has
been in Winnipeg for the purpose of
examining into the methods by whieh
sucli wuiiiloi'ful results nro attained in
railway construction in the North-
Wost.
Major Walsh, of tho "Mounted Police, is as dashing and soldier-like ns
possible. Hu is personally iulimute
with Sitting Bull, and considers him
probably the ablest and moat Intelligent Bavagoto-day alive. The Oreo Indians aro a handsome rnce--tnll, muscular, dignified, with strong Tartar features, nnd altogether very different
from the tnmo Indians who occasionally visit Ontario towns. Tliny are ns
yet mostly pagan. The chiefs have
three Of four wives each.
General P,osser wns lute)*viewed at
nt Emerson by an International man,
relative to tho Hudson's Day route,
with wliich thu General hns lately connected himself as a stnck-hulder, and
as Chief Engineer of tiio road. General Uosser has great faith in tho Hudson Day route, and believes that llio
time fo not far distant whon tho i/rain
of the whole North-West country, including Minnesota and Dakota, will
Iind its way to Liverpool by (his route.
Thero are two Hudson Day Railway
Companies. The ono General Rosser
is connected with is known as the Winnipeg (ft Hudson Uny Knilwny and
Steamship Co. The rond will si art
from Winnipeg, nud the Cener.il stntud
thnt he believed the contract for its
construction hnd already been lot to P.
J. Brown, Bo mentioned tho names
of a number of American eapiluli-is
who havo confidence in the schema,
and mra the mime of Mr, Hewott, a
prominent Now Vork capitalist and
railway man, us one who ia anxious to
tako stock in (ho company.
Prince Louis ofBattenbu'rg, who is
with tho Duke of Con naught iu Egypt,
wns somo yoars ago in Canada, and on
ono occasion a holiday intervening, it
became impossible to get thp cards of
inyitatiun for a ball on board tlio flagship printed,. Prince Louis found the
propricU'i' pf one Hiy the printing offices, and went to tlie cuso, took olf
his coat, rolled up his sleeves, and set
lip the card, afterward printing it. In
accordance with a good German custom, he had been regularly instructed
in tlie art, trade, and 'mystery of a
printer.
A little girl 'who hnd often heard
her mothor speak of ber father, who
wasi soiuewbnt bald, as being n'self-
mndo man, asked her one dny if her
father was a .'-elf-made man, why li a
did nut put more hair on his head.
Tho Presbyterian Church of Canada includes 777 pastoral charge;, IS
professorships and (i.17 ministers.
Oautlon.
Wo beg to call the attention of tho
trade and the public to the well-known
quality nnd elegance of finish of our
Gold Cases, guaranteed by us te be of
eighteen karat Gold, 11, H. Mint assay,
or of fourteen karat Gold, as may be
stamped, and nlso to our mode of selling
the same, charging only for the Actual
WsiGirT of the gold used, and not for
the base metal comprised in springs, key
pipes, tilling of crown, etc. To illustrate
which a tag nr-eoinpnnica each one of our
Gold Cases, -wliich plainly indicates not-
only the gross weight of tho case, but
also the Net weight of the gold.
In.explanation of the above we desh'e
to say that tho old plan of chargiug for
the gross weight of tbo case, as if it were
nil gold, worked well enough ns long ns
the manufacturers wore content with the
aineunt of brass and steel actually:re
quired in its construction; but when the
business was degraded into a contest as
to who should get the most base metal
into the least miailtity of gold nnd call it
a Cold case, then tho time came when,
in tho interest of dealers in American
Watches, it became necessary to adopt a
plmi of selling, showing the buyer exactly how much Gotm each case contained.
To avoid imposition, purchasers of Wal-
thorn Watches will observe that every
gtmuino watch, ■whether gold or silver,
hoars onr trade mark on hoth case and
movement. Cold cases are stamped "A.
W. Co.;"aud guahnitee certificates accompany them. Silver cases nre stomped
"A. M. Watch Co., Waltham, Mass.,
sterling silver," and arc accompanied liy
guarantee cortificalos, signed K. K. Rob-
bins, treasurer. The name "Waltham"
is plainly engraved upon all movements,
irrespective of cither distinguishing
marks, This caption is rendered.necessary by reason of the fact that our cases
nre frequently Separated from our movements, and put upon worthless movement'- of othor makers and vice versa,
thus nftacfcmg injuriously the performance of the watches,' and vitiating our
guaratiteo, wliich is intended to cover
only our complete wiitolios wholly made
liy us. .It fo necessary txlao, because it is
do notorious.os to be a public scandal
that, there is great fraud in the metal
qualityof both gold nnd silver cases as
now generally sold. We have demonstrated by frequent assays that many
gold nnd silver cases offered in the market arc debased from 10 to 20 per cent.
from the quality they assume to he.
This is a, fraud upon the purchaser, nnd
accounts for tho low prico at whieh such
cased watches have been fold.—Aiikiii-
cis Watoh Company/, Waltham, Mass.
British Columbia Agency ofTorouio
Suit; nnd bode Works, J. & j.
Taylor, 1'ronHulor.s.
Tlicso celebrated pafes are made from
heavier iron, weighing 20 per cent, more,
nnd have all the modern improvements of
the best American Fire nud Burglar Safes,
hii'huling the Sargont Greonlcal Dial
buck. Behig of Canadian manufacture,
they are duty free, nnd consequently can
be sold cheaper than either English or
Ai ue i-'cm Safes.
Fire and "Burglar proof vault doors
inimtifacturcd of all sizes nnd quality, nt
prices ranging from ono hundred to three
thousand dollars.
Detailed specifications for vault work
famished oil application to the agents for
British Columbia.
uo2   M. W. Waitt k Co., Victoria.
83T T. R. Pearson k Co. wtoh to draw
attention to the fact that they arc prepared to take subscriptions for all Canadian, American mul British newspapers
nud periodicals at publishers' prices,
without chargiug additional for remittance of inoney.t—Adv,
British Columbia Views (stereoscopic),
taken by Judkins. Some beautiful picture.-*, including the great salmon run nt
Cordon creek. For sale by T. Ii. Pearson k Co,~Adv,
T. R. Pearson k Co. nre jiu-t openmg
nti Imnioil'se consignment of Fancy Coeds
imported from the oast-—thp largest consignment ever breueiit into this City,—
4«"tti
J est It B0 ki v in- ---60,000 Shipping Tags,
100 Kress Chalk Crayons, and a largo
DOUBignmont of Stationery and Fancy
Cowls.—T, K. Pearson k Co,—Ado,
Just opened at ,laa. Kllard k Co.'s, the
finest stock o( New Fall Millinery ever
shown in thia City.   Call and examine*
Pot'KUT Ci'Ti.Kiiv.*— T. R, Pearson k
Co. havoreeeiveilannssortmeutof Pocket
Cutlery direct from Kugland.
Challenge Accepted!
mill". EXCELSIOR BAND HERE-
I. by pick up the "gauntlet thrown
down by Professor A^istm" oo belmlf of
the Victoria Militia Band of amateurs,
and will play them for 8250 or upwards
nndUie diampi'-nship of British CMiuu-
bia. Place, New WaBtniinsterj tunc,
Sth October,
T]ii> I'lxcclsiors hnving deposited J*4100
with Mr. McColl, require the Victorious
to do likewise.
PHIL, BRANDON,
soHOte Bandmaster.
NOTICE.
A N IMPRESSION HAVING HOXK
A%  abroad tli.it I linvc dUnosocl of my
r.r..petty at-1'i.tt H.u.ey, I liax'l.y hUUo
tlmt e.U'l. is uot tin. oast1.
THOMAS QANEY,
aiiHOto Port Hauoy, JJ.C.
isroTioin.
-jjllSHKliMKX AND OTirKUS ARE
.t' notified that tt is illegal to Import
Halm.... innl.T any protouod fi'..... nliuVu
tin: BuiIMW River.
(i. PITTENPRIOII,
Fiflltory Ovcraeer,
.Inly 68,1882: fyUO
R. Te WILLIAMS,
B'
OOK BENDER, PAPfilt RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Mapo and Drawing Paper Mounted,
Files of Magazines, iii oat rated Papers,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound. ■
Government Street; Yittovi:-., B..C.
Mcb to Meraliants.
ON AND AFTER DATE THE UN-
dersigncd will eart gooda trofiOthe
v.-harf to any stole on J''i'0;iL or Columbia
Street at tlie rate of
•    a HtE'ST'K Jt%. TOST.
Ot'dorB promptly executed.
I'AT. COLI.TKS.
October 4th, 1S82. '     ot
Estate of John Shelford
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THE MINISTER'S 8C
CHAPTER I.
EAItLY PKIBNDR.
"Bairn, what book's that you're
reading?"
'• 'Kpbinaon Crusoe,' mother."
"'Robinson Crusoe!' You'ro aye at
that. Can yo not read somo douce
bairn's story, 'Torn and his Brother,'
or 'Charlie's Home,' or so ine'of those
books yo yet from the house, instead
of yon wild traveller's talcs?"
"Tarn was an nwfu1 guwlr, author,
and I couldna hao bided in Charlie's
hame," returned the boy, with a merry twinkle in his gray eyes; but his
mother did not answer the look with
her usual kindly smilo.
"The tree grows the way the twig's
inclined," she answered, gravely; "and
it would better suit you, a minister's
ami, and that are to be a minister
yourself, to read different books from
that;" pointing to the o'&nding volume, sho turned away und left tho
room.
The boy laid aside his "Crusoo," and
leaning his arms on tho low sill, gazed
Badly out of tho window—far too sadly
for one bo young.
"Mother's vexed again," ho thought
—"I know by the sound of her voice.
When she's going about tho house of a
morning, and nil's right, sho speaks
almost liko the village folk; but whon
anything's wrong, she gets to her English. I'm to be a minister; but why
shouldn't I read travels, for all that?
or why shouldn't I bo a missionary and
go among the heathen ? I'd like it a
sight bettor than stopping in one hit of
a place all my days. But it'll havo to
be as my father wills."
With a deep sigh tlio child—for he
was not more than ton—took up his
beloved book again, and was anon Inst
to everything but the wonders it contained.
Thiagray-cyod, brown-haired, broad-
shouldered boy was Ronald 'Bennett,
tho only surviving son of tlio minister
of Tillybodlo, and the render must, lie
introduced somewhat at length to his
parents and his surroundings.
Tillybodlo was a village lying in tho
fair oarsa that stretches itldng the
"banks of the River Forth between tho
Ochillsand the Gumpsie Hills—a region
calculated to foster a love of the beautiful tn nature, aud ateo that deep-
seated feeling bo aptly described by
tlie Germans as lovo of the fatherland,
a feeling differing i in measurably both
in strength and nobleness from the
narrow and somewhat aggressive sentiment so often miscalled patriotism.
The minister, a man of strong affections, but uf iron will, nnd stem if
simplo faith, was well able to ap]
cinte the spot in whieh it hud beeu his
lot to dwell for fully forty years; but
his calm admiration hardly kept pace
with the warmer enthusiasm of his
wife.
The daughter of a Perthshire bonnet-laird, Marion Macgregor had a
Highlander's passionate nature, schooled and controlled by the circumstances
of her life, her husband's quiot example, tlie duties of her position, and tho
sacred teachings of sorrow.
It hnd not been without many an
effort and many a Becret tear that she
had learned to hold in check the quick
temper, tl* i nasty, scathing speech,
porhaps repented of as soon ns uttered;
and even yot, as her bob had shrewdly
remarked, tho inflections of her voice.
no less than hor choice of words, betrayed when she was strongly moved.
Ho was wrong, however, when hu
associated hia mother's English with
disapproval alone; her tendorost
thoughts, her most earnest prayers,
found expression in the tongue whieh
she had learned slowly and carefully
in the Gaalio home, whose language
ehe had woll-nigh forgotton.
About tho soft Southern tongue
clung many memories of hor happy
girlhood, when she had held hur head
high among tho small farmers nnd
■shop-keepers ot tho dintriet tn wliich
hIio lived. Being unusually well educated, and handsome withal, no one
thought il remarkable that she should
expect to iu some way to better her
position in the world. Rut surprise
was felt and expressed when it bocamo
olenr that her one chosen friend was
no other than Miss Muriel Campbell,
whoso father owned miles of heathery
'■'lido, as well as Bundry low-lying
beside the loch.
mu 1 was as lonely in her castle as
Marion in the quaint old house of
Glen Muiiaeh, which stood a little
aside from its far more imposing farm-
buUdinsfs.
Railways had not as yet pierced and
terraced the wild hills; and though the
castle wns usually full of guests in the
summer, whon communication was
easier, thero were long months when
no visitor ever entered its gates, save
the minister, or some adventurous
neighbor who, undeterred by rough
roads aud shortning twilight, rode ever
tit lunch.
It was natural thnt at these limes
the young girls should lio drawn to-
Sether, and that an acquaintance which
ad  begun   in   ordinary   neighborly
courtesy should ripen into intimacy.
When Muriel found that this High
land girl in hor solitude know more of
many books thnn she herself, hor
pleasure was greater than her surprise;
and na she was of a clinging, gentle
nature, she soon learned to lean upon
lior stronger nnd moro impetuous
friend.
Sometimes Marion would hasten
ovor ber household work, and, having
baked her daintiest scones nnd tilled
the whito jug with her richest cream
would leave tho "lassie" to arrange tho
tea-things whilo she sat with Muriel in
tho wide parlor, the lire shining cheerily on tho old oak chairs nnd wainscot-
od walls, nnd lighting up tho two
young faces aa the girls drew nearer to
the blaze.
Sometimes it was Muriel who played
tho hostess, and received Marion in
her own boudoir, which, in spite of its
thick carpet, long sofa, nnd thin-legged
cabinets full of shells, curiosities, and
Jacobite relics, was not moro comfortable than the pioturoaquo parlor at tho
Glen.
In tho beginning of thoir friendship
it was Muriol who had to mako all tbe
advances. Marion mot her cordially,
and ahowed evident pleasure in hor
society, but carefully avoided uttering
any word which might suggest that she
desired to push herself forward. At
last Muriel determined to break
through the reserve, which excited in
her a corresponding shyness, and bogged her to come up to tea at the castle.
Marion colorod brightly, and quietly
declined; she would rather uot, sho
said, simply, disdaining to invent nny
excuses.
For a moment Muriol Campbell
paused, and a shade of vexation clouded her face; then she plnced her hands
on her companion's shoulders, and
snid quickly, "If you will not como to
me, I shall come to you. I know you
have tea uow; will you give me a
cup ?"
"With great pleasure," replied Marion, and led tlio way to the parlor,
where Miss Campbell allowed her to
set out the tea-table with moie than
the usual display.
Again and yet again did the kindly
girl come there, and on each occasion
Marion's pride visibly softened.
When she thought alio might venture on anothor step Misa Campbell
asked her suddenly if sho used that
lino old silver cream-jug every day.
"When we're alone? Oh, no, replied Marion; "but we liko to honor
our guests."
"But I am not a mere guest, Marion; I want to be a friend, if you will
only let me. Don't you care for ine
enough?"
"You know wen I care," replied
Marion, looking fondly-at thu delicate
pleading faco.
"Then, if you do, put away that silver jug; give me just the tea you'd
havo yourself, and don't make me feel
that you sut me aside because my father is richor than yours. You are horribly proud, Marion!"
Tho girls gazed at each ol her for a
moment in silence; thon, tu Muriel's
dismay, Marion quietly loft the room.
She returned presently, however,
with a plain whilo jug, into which aha
poured the cream, and, setting ifc
down, remarked, demurely,
"That's my worst jug-—it's cracked;
I hopo you're satisfied."
"Perfectly; you are a dear girl!
Give mo a bit of scone now, please,
for I'm hungry."
The meal went on merrity after this;
and ns Muriel wns leaving she asked,
in a matter-of-fact tone,
When are you coming to tea with
me. Marion? Will Wednesday do?"
Marion laughed. "Von get your
own way; and it's not to ba wondered
at. Well, I'd like to see you at homo,
and I'll come, if I'm to ace nobody but
yourself. "
"Mamma is nn invalid, as you know.
Papa is sure to bo busy; and, besidea,
he never cornea to my boudoir. Thero
are "o visitors, and you'll come early
and stay late," said Muriet.
Marion Macgregor obeyed this imperious command, and that Wednesday was but tho first of many pleasant
moetings.
Sho kept to her determination, nnd
avoided the castle when guests wero
there; but moro thnn once Misa Campbell took a favored friend to the Glen,
on the plea of seeing tho view, and on
these occasions Marion would givo
them tea under a spreading sycamore
before* the dour.
A certain Sir Duncan Forbes came,
among others, to the castle, nnd .Muriel
was too much absorbed in the pleasure
of his society to obaervo that a you:.g
Englishman", who was nlso of the party
had found his way more than onco to
tho Glen.
He was handsomo and light-hearted,
and thought only nf ihe pleasure of
the moment when, with a few gru-cful
phrases and some genuine praise ■ f her
beautiful home and her gentle friend,
he mnde the first step toward awaking
Marion's slumbering heart.
Soon ho discovered thnt hers waa a
nature such as he had novel* known
boforo, nud his idle admiration ehang-
id to a warmer feeling; so that ho
ixerted all Im skill and wit to please
her, and succeeded only too well.
Once and again ho joined her where
she loitered among lhe birches by the
burnside. The warm sunshine seemed
to wrap them round, und visions of a
wonderful future beaan to float before
tho girl's eyoa—viaionB destined to
fade as quickly ns (hey had been born.
'Nothing occurred to disturb her
dreaming unlil Muriel's intended marriage to Sir Duncan Forbes was announced, and then indeed she laid
aside reserve nn I pride, and made her
way to tho castle as often as she could,
for a few minutes' chat with hor whom
she was no soon to lose. AIiuobL before she had realized tho impending
change iu hur lifo, tho wedding day
hnd come and Muriel was gono,
Marion was ill at ease that night,
and cared little for the ball at which
the timunta as well nu tho gentry of
the neighborhood aHscmblod.
Thu young Englishman win there
still; but ho, too, was deprussod
and unlike himself—nor wns it long
before Marion know the reason.
He was to leave the castle next day,
and he must bid her farewell. This he
told her in the shadow of a temporary
porch, gay with evergreens aud flowers,
where he led hur unobserved by the
dancers thronging to the gay tumult of
thu lloulachiui,
"You can't inunn it!" gasped the
girl, leaning back Against tho tranches
for support.
Then her companion spoke out
bravely, if too tardily. He did not, nt-
tempt to defend himself, but craved
her forgiveness for having yielded to
tho swoet temptation of hor presence,
when he should rather have lied from
her.
Marry her ho could not—ho could
only hope that sho would forget him,
and that speedily. Ho tried to hang
about her neck a locket from hia watch*
chain; but she spurned tho gift, oven
while sho clung to him in all tho agony
of her disappointment and dread of
loneliness. Fortunately, perhaps, thero
was wounded pride too in her heart,
which helped her, nfter thnso bitter
moments were over, to keep her placo
through the evening, and amile und
dance liko the rest.
(To tio Oontltroptl.)
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AN'I. MEKOANTII.K FlKK iNSirjUNOB Cd.j
l.'uriitiil, $10,000,000 ; Losses paid, ?25,-
000,000. Also, tlio C'.).\-r-l!i.nu.wi..'i Like
Association, offering tlio lowest rates on
tlio bust security of nny company doing
I,.......,..;., in Ciiiiiulii.
T, E. PEARSON & CO.,
(Miiii'Mii d. (lictWnon 0, II, Miij'.r'n nml Jh'iw
fJiitiniiii-limii'A),
Now Westminstor, B. C,
ESTABLISHED   IIT    lrJ52.
I P. FISHER'S
pi:)VJ'::RT:i:s.iN"G
Ma.3- no ra m "sr
itounis 20 and 21, MorctiMts' lix-
clian;;'.', Calll'iinilii lit., Y- 1'"., Ottl.
N.'
H—Am'mtTtNTNHfiOl.iOITED
I nrWIirlll.:] M jinlili.lU'l (-li I In* I'.it'llii-
(J.Yni, llm {-.uiilwlcfi tali-mid, I'i.lyiH's.!!, Mi-xlr.u.
Varti, I'ftfniim, VMimrolio, Jtiptin, Ohtuo, N-nv
KwlMlJ, tlm ,\ nul i-.i l I.i it OotoiilH. lfiO KfistiTII
,-*l/it".i ami Mm-fiM.'. l-'il'- nf ii"Hl> i-.t'tyiiiMvii-
linjmr )ii«l.lt.-li,il .... tlio  I    Ifi    <* nal  uro  (icjil
ON 10TH AUm'ST, "BANK OF
nritteli.OolUmWftCovtifiiJatcof Do*
posit, 'No.- 21-75j in favor "of Curl ljlrbk*
sen, for .;i;i). i'liymonlj of this oertiilcatc
Im.i boon r.tDppcil, Tbo findoi* will ba
Biiitulily l-L'M-iinldd upon haiidtng tlio
name to tlio (Sunk pi IJrltisli Columbia,
N"ow Wtut., Aug. i:0, 1882.       tiuUOto
SUBSCRSBE
t.1011 thu iiritlsii Ooluiublon. tlio
J}   New.iimr.cr on tin. Mainland Of lirit-
i»ii Coliiraliln,   Only 8*1 $ yenr.
Ijllilfjlj™
J,
liiliiFiiHilIi
!fi**.rib>,
him liis,
IMPORTERS &
ff(If ps if f
-DEALEES  IN—
hKULLKILQ
—- -&. isr su —
peoiisiois,
WHA RF STRKET,
fIGTOSIA, E.€.
ablialioil Business in thoabovi
.iiiiii-n and )<y
mm immnmrn
European & Eastern Market!
i\'o p.w nrunnrod to lill orders to tin
TradoU! tlio following I ioods:
C0FFEEEI,
rnBAnniiO
[IHU!,
»fjon
B10N,
fifttiFISH
Vinegar. Bailing Ppwtlcr,
..;c;*.pj
Goal Oil,
■ (l<i?^
P—,r.f   KflhlflU
i Cal 1 Pal IC.y,
WRAP«PAPER,
PAPER BAGS,
And nil Otlior Goods ill  Llio Grocery mul
Provision Lino.
SPECIAL ATTENTION
Ik collctl tu tliy nntlorboted Goode, on
ffhioK-tbomoBt LIBERAL INDUCK-
MBNT8 will Im oilcititl tu thu
Tnulc, tis wo uro
SOLE
Agents flirBrMColmllia
NEW    SCHEDULE
—or—
*w".A.-ci-:e3e
&   Lit
—ON  Till*—
lanatlian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers $125 011 per montli.
Hock Foremen... .?3 00 to **d 00 t» dny
Hortll Koromcn... 2 25 to 3 00     "
llriilj;G Foremen.. 3 00 "
Bridgo Carpenters,
1st olnss  2 50 "
Ilri.ifie Carpenters,
2nd oliiss ' 2 00 "
Masous 2 50 to 3 50     "
Blncksmitlis,    1st
class   3 00 "
Blaoksmitlis,   2n.l
class   2 50 "
Blaeksinitll  Holp-
era  1 50 to 2 00    "
Drillers  1 75 to 2 00    "
Laborers  1 GO to 1 75    "
Hewers, 1st class   ,'i 50 "
Choppers, 1st olnss 2 50 "
Scorers, 1st class    2 50 "
All outside labor 10 boors per day,
All Cern.our.era to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Empioyjiiej to Ond thomselvos Bed,
Board and Lodging.
Boarding Houses v.-ill  bo convenient
along tbo Line.*   Board—-§1 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Eniploy-
ecs to board in the Company's Houses.
Wages v/ill be paid monthly, ou the
10th of caell month.
A.   01DESD0NK,
(!i:ni:i:ai, Masmokh.
Oi'rier. oi' tiii; CostrActoiis,
C.W.II.IA.N  PaOific Kaiiavav,
Yalo,-March 1, 1881.
1882.
Harpsr's   Mag-asine.
ILLUSTRATED.
tTABi'icn'-i HAcmuH, tho most iiupuliir lllus-
tmtofl pottudlctil in Hi!* WL'iUI, l..-in>ii.iHi\iv-
fm.illi v(ili,n.t< Willi lln> li.'iviiili.-rNtiinlii'i-. II
i. luv.-Jit-  tvliat  i- 1'."--!  in  AmuiiMii lil.r.ttmv
IIARFER'S   PERIODICALS.
1»BJB   1'E.lKi
IIAIU'ER'S MAOAZTSE *l 00
..to
[lAiit'JSK'a ronsa n:itri,K.
jIAHI-Blt'S HAUAZISK
GOOD AS GOLD BAKU -POTO
Tlit: Boat ami Clitiapcat.
BEACON  LIGHT   COAL  OIL,
W-itm'Wliitu iiiul Tiiro.
ARCTIC SBCABeuaED HAM
Turkish Patrol Cigarettes,
llcittg   tbe   Largflfli* Size nml llcat
Tobucco.
Our Goods are Guaranteed of the high-'
est standard in Quality, and are offered
—AT THE—
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
 t d\i
  0 0D
nAllPBH'8PttANlUjtN(*QUAIlKH!HlAltt(
Cm- Vuar (62 N'mnbow) lo 00
I'Mtflfie Vreo to nil aiilicrilmra In llio nulled
Plittwbi'CiiniHlii,
TllO   VolUHlPfl  Of  III.'  SlAtfASCTB Infill Willi tin*
N in tv. Tin- .111111' nn.1  DtwnilK-mr i-hcIi yunr.
Wlimi no linn iasHPultli'il.hwIlll.MimUTHMml
Hint tin* millioni!.,.. Wljluw I., In-ill Witli lllDCIir-
vi'nI Kmnl'Ci-.
A Ctni'iplcUi P.'l .'f mni'i'i-'* U.-i'jw.ini:. n-m-
ijll-ltin M VoImiiih, iti iifit fltilli liinillni*, will Im
,,nl l,vi-M.n^. rr,.i,li.;..i-xii,i,.l'i.f|.i,iril,v,-.
on ncript »r t-l ST. |ht vmi.1i..*. Hmil.ivi.hin^,
Uy mnll, lint-Ilnil'l. W «0.     Olotli CfWM, fur lilml-
"inilose' lo 'llJiiij'Kit-d fttiOAKi*-;'**, Atiilml'tilknt,
Ualyilcnl, nml ClnUtftwl, Art-  Vol a I toflO,
i I0.U0, from .li , two, to .iiint-.i*-** i, i.i.i>
$4 im.
•ttli rut tho oxpfi u onlc*r of lliirpbr 4 llrothm*
Aflarow* HAIll'KIl k BUDS.; Now "fori*.
—the—
Leading Evening Howspapor
Wost of Kooky Monntaintt.
aTixTM*: uF,ri>riMi'/.r.i> al'tiio-
Illv In .' rli.l ...i.i   I'.n.i.ni.l Olrel.-.,
...el .in. I..., KiiinllyUoarni.1 on Hie 1'nelHu conat,
6OTV...I uy eorrtor. In Sen l'r.ii.elsri,
iiii.ltli.. i„...i„ of tl... Interior nt ^.^e. |HT,v..al.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Iin nmmm'-tli tvfoWu'.pngoJonriml, nnd In i>ro-
lHHlll.Hl'jili*ifl/.t.itllO''ln'll|.l.'-lt[i:lIi.'|-|tltll«l:Olllllry
SUUSCWIPTIOX RATKB.
Tbo Weehl)- ,i:i,| tin- Vrliltiy Biillottn,
foiiiilni* ioaotl.tr tlio hiiat comjiluta 8oml»
Wookly |inl*li«lith] .»n tlit> L'flcifio.CoMt, will
bo Bont lo nny u Micm, posing-* jin-iil, on llm HA-
ffOOKlj-iunIFriaay Iliillctln.
Six Months' "".".... .....' •  1 fi0
WcelUy BaUfitln Alono.
(Ifimlttiini'cs hy Pt-niT. I'ofitoHlc'i) (inlof, M'cllt,
lm,'..\: ('.)•:, B-fpieoi, ..ti'l llsalatoioil Loltor, ul
PttEB BEP DISTBtSVflOK.
HncliBiilM rilwr ivlll bo iirwoaieil witli »oy«iil
viivli-ll.'. nl .'■!■■ anil Viiln.il.Ji* TltllM, VKCIK.
'I'Ailt.Knml l'..:)V IX BKBDS,  (".mill In V.lim to
Uio Mibwriiitlnn-iiHts of Ih* twpet-
JKi-Si'inl n.i- Hitini.lt! Oopyi -jivliiR full |.iii-lli-Hliir.J.
AlliltOM,
S. V, UVUKTIN COMPANY,
SAW FftASCOlBOO.
Crtllfornlo,.
■ M0TICE OF
REMOVAL!
WILLIAM 1'cCuLL
plSCS TO rNFORM HJ8 NUMER-
I )J ous po.L!*oiiQ that he hns removctt
liis BuBineas io
Holbrook's Stone Building
(NEXT TO THE BANK),
"Where will he found, as usual, a com-
ploto asaoi'hncnt of
GROOEI^IES,
PROVISIONS,
Aiul a fine lino ot
ilrj Goods, fients' Vurnlghtng
Goods. &C, Ac.
Whicli will I.o m.1.1 nt tlio.LOAVESt
POSSIBLE PEIOES tor Cnsli.
Ho thfttLka hia fvit.nil« for thoir pagt
liberal pnl i onago mul hopes {or a con*
tinnancu of the samo. mhl
ft GREAT IfiUSl! REMEDY
f "'r^ 1 "    v.::* Iaanover^fMlftvfe
K-'Ji**^'''"^--*'"v'"""-*.'' Curo for NelrV-
ffiW/Z-     ""Ow'l .oiigDcbility,*3x*.
FV*5/   /'.'""      '•-%  X';-3 liinistt'ii Vitality    ^
|j;-|   f'w ••-'  >■•'■}■■ fl of nny kind,
%■)' X'-.,r      ■ ■  y'ii WcnkiiBfis, Pftr-
|:\'V ".' 'r ,.-',"./.-Sv'i iXiy&fo,   Proata«
.;,   -     ';.'■ '■■ •^X""'* torrboea.nndfirt
a'"'■*'■'." '''Vj-vi-Jv*."'':.'--^'\lA tlio terrible ef-
:.:..~^\Ki..:- :■—-■'■ am fecti* ofjotithfal
foltk'B.atid I'M?!*!"*.-! n In mnturcr years,
\)\\, HIA'TIB will ftjzreo to   forfeit
Fly** UuhAred Dollartt fpt* a case of
this kind ilie Vital HostOrittlVO (under
his special ndvice und troatmentjwHI not
cure, or for nnvtliirtr iinpii're or injurious
found in it. M, MlSfTIE "reals all DIs-
enaeg siiccossfully without mercury.
CoilsaUfttion frCO. Thorough ej-am'i-
nntinn mid ftdvire, $B'*00.  PiiceorVllnl
Restorative, Ss-oo a bottle, or roiit*
titnt'a tlie quiiniily. ^tO'-OO; sent to any   '
address u}ioii (iieelpt of juico. orO. O. D„   ,
secure from oh-servatibn; and in privnto
name  if  destnd, by A. E. MINTIB,
M. i!.
Thoso vitio r.inn.ot visit DB. MINTIK !
in San Frnncipco should semi a full nnfl
minute pMienuMit ol thfir troubles wtlli
aj"3Tii). lull in rt'lnrn n full course of
Mpdicint! will !>e forwnrdpd, enenwly
; ic!*pil, .-o ai* nut !o rxeite curioBity.
All orders for ined'L-ir.e (\ 0. U. must
he ii:-n.'iiij*iMiinl with $1.00 ((is ft Bliar-
..iilee of (rood fii.tli), whieh will be de-
tliieicil when ilie pnekngo ia shipped,
SAMPLE BOTTL1D i-'URR.—Sent ort
n*jplicntion by letter BtAlIng eympl'ims-
scx and nge. CoibiiiilnioiUlons strictly
confidential. joy31-ly
tl Kenntbj Sircct, BiuiI'muclHco.Oiili
DU SPSNiY a CO.'S
NO. 11 KEAitNE*? STREET,
EAH*JEiiUCISOO,CAL.
B^tR. BPtNWEV, wtOl kimwii tis tlio foMtii)
dJ- a.'i-v.l tin' M.niiHul, ((!. fc.) Mi'tlicii! Iiinti-
«m-, ruid Into L'rvi-Hol.irot lhe t-flXNKVVlM,!.
.Vlill.M.Ul., would m.Ml ros(i..»; till Ily iiittirni
lis iintlpnls iiml Uio nflHcl-'-l irtnu'riilly. tlmt. liu
tiil cot.liliuta  to lir.ii (!ii-.i'iii;ntiil iiuI'Vohb ili.u
3E.ADIBR AlfB GBNTLajftflK*
lletaon her that tjroct-rtJitiiratlo'j in thu thief or
COMIJAM0B*BHBAi.H*J)i
U innttcrs not wh>.i v^iir tv.ml)lt'H mny hu, emtio
imi lot !■*.. I'.-M- .^.imliii. j*miv«*niiu. It wilt
■wi v-.ii ii. ': :■.■ iti-ultill'-ii.iiiipl-MNeiU
.n.i nati-trv \mt ■'■ '- ''"' Ih'i lli'i-luriiiiilui'-
mnda youi - . It In -an euiuVott lio willttoll
on em it in .. ltd v 111 i.-il .ni ll.f.t. fm* huwi|l
ifl iimU-rtnttn ,i it-ietiHlawholBCOiitiatint of o
i'.ivtipu ni :i i',!ltji\.-.' wiahtn** Inwitiiii'iit, by
utiiiioK tWi anil Ji iiiliml.' ih'»i-i-l|illfii of tlirlr
i.Hil.liM ■■.'!! r< -liv,. h, r.-luni n full cmrsu of
roiitmeiit becyiol**pMkuA Boiti noltoosclfu i
I)U'.'p|*r\VI.V will mnriiiilt'o to forfuit Five
tnmini'i linllnn for or.-ry niso nf uny It I ml or
iiinwii'n.M   ti |i . ."..I. mkiv nml hi Mm liiniro.   .
p, ij._F.ir JbmMM " nhorl mwmllin*, a ftiU
-"•■■■.ii -:i ... '■ in ■- *".:ili-l«iit lor nciitu, with
.1] itmlriu'tlomi,  -,vi!l Im mhiL lo nny mtdresswri
SPIXXFIT ft. e.o.t
nwy.at./lr!tiaV*wil**li6o?OfilJ
JuB
QAWIMAQ Rfl1
Sew westminstsr uuanch.
T\lEl>bSlT6KS ARK RRQVV&m\)
3.) to present Eheiv faaa lldolt^ fur in-
eortioii of intercut up to Uio KOtli June,
1882.
G. POTEND1UGH,
Agent.   .
N. W.,-;Tuly 11, 18S2. jy'15
T H 1
rnHK 6kl*s blub in "which; the *
|    clotheu can ronmui for any length '
of tliuo without epiclriug or' stroalting—'
tlio best M-tXefo in the inat'kot.
0. 1.1. ICKIOHT, Miiiiufactui-or,
iSfow WMttolftitdft
British Columbia.
B3T In oaso of clothes lidltig left out in
tho ruin, can pu^namo in JJluu over night
and \\\e\r will not bu Bpockod or atroaked.
(attStfl)	
NOTICE.
VTOTICte 13 HEBEfft GIVKN, that
XS nt tlio ospiration of Sixty days .
from the d-ilu of tliii notice I intend to
miilw applicniiion to tho Chief Coininii*-
sioiiet* of Landi nnd 'Woritfllq!-' permission \
topuroliftso thrbo hitndml and twenty'
.acrea of ttBenrvoyedi mire-nn-ved, and tin-'
oocuj'iod Crown 'and oii ToxtftlH I;i!aiid1.'j
Kov AVoBtjinUator Dtetvigt, desoribud ua
foi'owM:--
("JommencUiB at thoHotilh-Eiuiteoiniorf
of Lot 8j tbent-e true South, *ll) niiainsj
tlionee true West, SO chants: theu'oti'tnio*
Nortii, 40 elmiiii-:; thenee trno Eflflt, 80,,
oliuiiiH, to tlit- point of eominenceiuent;'
CHAM. ISi VOOLKY.*
Victoria. B.C., Auk. 23; 1882, f'""'ou9Q|rf
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