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"-an* SVcr,
ISH COLUMBIAN
***f-lt ptlliLlaBBBi™
fivefj Wednesday £ Saturday.
ROBSON BROTHERS.
OMiat. OftuwM JfJiiT. EUilta to En-
HilU«mlUMuiOiUil*JiUUli>ouoH T «
r-iAitttfAOi'l. Ioo«»JtAti6IIeIIV StMe.
VUbU-llv Moll, 13 • Jew i (1 SO for 6,h1<«.i
JleJTt
Tt Ni Hum k ii ■"■■< vioTdRiA.
Wm. Nmmiiw Yale.
Il r\ FljHHI  AllWHMlMI Ago.it, 21 Merchant'.
f*ffip18.ne-r«nel,ee,UaUlheri.eaiereeel.e
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Ylllfe^e§%ii£ft nlr^y bet tVttinc) on Die at
llllu iftrEn Qeo. V. Howell 4 Co.'s
New«pep.r AdV.fn.lni Bureau(10 Spruce St.),
Wh«-..41hHWn|c.ntrKUln»yl»ma(lererlt in
M1WTOWE.	
the glntish Cohunbiitn.
\*tjti*Wr Ihfklill, i»Ue n.'iwn.
,  ' fkorosftlibred Stock.
• KM** 4*V.gO ?ij'took bUsio.l
U4ir»iln'»rnlini M <lw grant elwtr-
ing wile of thoroughbred stock to be
held at "Grafton farm," Spnijum-
elleon, on the 6th prox.—an ailvor-
tlnment of which will be found in
another column and Catalogues for
which will be wlitolj ditTused
throughout the Mainland next week.
We UsB the term "clearing sale," because, although not so stated th the
udvertiaebtMitj we have tlie assurance
of the proprietor of Grafton Farm
that it is Ills determination to make
it such. What we ale now about to
say is not al all in the natiim of a
"puff," but for the purpose of Mousing stock-raisers III the interior to a
proper realization of the tlnty* tile
advantage of availing themsclve.1 of
So extremely favorable an opportunity to introduce pure blood into
their herds and flocks. We arc pur-
huaded that the value of such stock
as is about to be offered is not fully
appreciated in British Columbia,
dust to give the reader some idem of
its value, we will refer to a snlo of
similar stock held at Chicago, in
April last Tile lots wore composed
nf drafts from the herds of the
"Canada West Stook Association."
'flier*, were twenty-four animals fiom
Hou. M. H. Coclirnne's hold "Comp-
ton," which brought an aggregate of
$15,850, being Within n trifle of $•>,-
000 a head average. Tlie lowest
price realised wu 9370; the highest
98,5110. Now, a Careful examination
of the iKedigrees, as exhibited iu the
catalogues! allows that Grafton Farm
is prepared to tul'li out stock similar
to that whicli was sold at Dexter
Park, Chicago, III April last, And
Instead of prices for such stock being
lower here than at Chicago, thoy
might lie reasonably expected to be
higher. Not that the proprietor of
Orafton -Farm indulges in the wild
' dream of realising an average of two
thousand dollars a head for his stock.
But he has a right to expect to realize something approximating what
it would cost to bring such animals
across the continent, to say nothing
about prime cost and risk. We know
I Very well that "distance lends enchantment," and that many would
Incur the expense and risk of bringing from afar that which they could
get equally good and immeasurably
cheaper near home j but, nevertheless, we would ask those interested
In this branch of farming in the interior to read carefully the pedigrees
of the animals to be offered on the
6th prox. It will be observed that
there are ten bulls and bull calves
in the lot, and there is every probability that there will be a bull or
bul| calf with every cow offered nt
the sale. We feel that it will bo
Unnecessary at tho present time to
expatiate upon tho obvious advantages of improving the breed of stock
in British Columbia. Hitherto there
has been very little incentive to that
sort of thing. Cattle have been a
drug in the market, and there has
been very little discrimination aa to
quality. But all that is changing
rapidly now. Values have risen
greatly and dealers will discriminate
mora closely; and aa it costs no
mora to'raise and bring to market »
well brad animal than a "runt," it
follows that be who raises tine breeds
will have the largest margin of profit.
Kor should this fact be lost sight of.
Before next year's calves shall have
reaoVd maturity railway communication will be established vyith the
great country beyond the Uocky
Mountains, »n| vthe stock-farmers of
British Ct)lurrlbleNllI then be compelled to compete with the great
stock men of the North-West, who
tn already forming large twrds of
Ihorouglrbreek1 Vjm that'1 time
BOBMt, our 'tkock-rajfca ttntiuC hope
VOttfME 21
NEW WWMINSTKR, fl. C.j SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1882.
NUMBER 48'
to hold their tlwh taqMHhey improve the Meeds mekn'wliflf Anil)
rising above the mere oojhmerciltl
view of this question, tbidt of tlio
pleasure and pride of raiiKig beautiful thoroughbred stook. Jlfou can
thus combine pleasure and profit and
elevate the whole businesi of ntd-Jk-
farming. An exceptional!11 favorable
opportunity 18 about to be afforded
for that ptirpose, and if those most
directly concerned Jo not avail themselves oi\it the fault (tnd the responsibility will be their*, and they
must bear the loan. We have only
to add -tlmt thefjnttrprfeibg propria'
tor of Grafton Farm is making arrangements by wliich the splendid
steamer Peerless Will convey persons
desirous of attending the sale from
Savona's and way places to Spallum-
clicen, and, remaining till the sale is
over, bring tlloin and their purchases
back again, mid all at such reduced
rates as to make it really tin iiiex-
ponsive pleasure excursion. In the
true Interests of themselves and tlio
country, we would urge upon as
many of the farmers and Others ill:
terested in stock as can make it at
all convenient to unite business with
pleasure and visit Grafton Farm on
tho 6th of July next.
tScicnttfic ^ti-si'cllaiiii.
An Antarctic expedltlmi tn Capo
Horn ia being fitted out by tlio fremiti
Government. It will bo furnished
supplies for eighteen mouths.
The number of lions nnd panthers
killed iu Algeria Is diminish ing* very
rapidly every year, and these animals
will probably soon disappear entirely
from that country.
Iu his tribute to the memory of
Darwin, HtiSleysnys: "Acute as were
his reasoning powers, vast as was his
knowledge, marvellous as was liis
tenacious industry under difficulties
which would have converted nine men
out nf every ten into aimless invalids;
it wns not these qualities, great as
they were, which impressed tliose who
were admitted to his intimacy with
involuntary veneration, but a certain
intense nnd almost passionate honesty
liy which all his thoughts and actions
were ii'rttdluted, as by a central tire."
It is proposed to try a novel experiment at Paris by producing a series of
wietUlOo dramas at ono of tlm theatres,
witli the object of combining amusement with instruction. Three plays
havo already been provided) and theif
titles clearly indicate the direction in
which the audience is to be instructed,
The titles nro: "Denis Pepin, or tile1
Invention of Stoamj" "Kepler, or
Astronomy nnd tho Astrologer"; and
"Gtitonberg, or the Invention of
Printing." Tho Photographic News
suggests another subject: "The Tri-
univirato—Niepce, Daguerre, Talbot—
nr the Invention of Photography."
The number of such themes capable
of furnishing rare material for the
drftiniitist'ri art would seem to be almost
unlimited. The result of this new
dramatic venture will be awaited with
interest. Its success ntay be the inauguration of a new era in flciouee
teaching.
Dreams may bo more capable of control thnn is usually supposed, It is
known that brain action causes a rise
of cranial temperature, nnd, reciprocally, M. Delaunay finds that an increase of heat in the head stimulates
the action uf the brain. Dreams are
generally illogical nnd absurd, but by
covering his forehead with a layer of
wadding M. DuliLUflay gets sane, intelligent- dreams. He hns also experimented on modes of lying in bed which
favor the flow of blood to certain parts,
iurn-wising tho activity of those portions
of the brain. Ho has observed that
dreams while lying on tho back nre
sensorial, variegated, luxurious; those
experienced when on the right sido
are mobile, exaggerated, absurd, nnd
refer to old matters; while those
wliich occur when ail, the left side aro
reasonable and intelligent, and pertain
to recent matters—in which dreams
one often speaks. It is claimed that
theso observations confirm the accepted
ideas of the functions of the different
parts of the brain.
For a number of years I'rof. Milne
has mode a systematic study of the
earthquakes of Japan. By a plan of
distributing postal cards to important
cities for weekly reports of .shocks, lie
has obtained a record of a large number
of earthquakes for a very considerable
extent of territory. These reports are
of great value in enabling him to compute the source add extent of earthquakes. His catalogue for Hakodate,
in Yezo, shows forty-two earthquakes
in tht) period front 1870, to 1880.
Comparison with tho catalogue for
another place, showed that ten at
least uf the Hakodate shocks were
felt at Sapporo, eighty miles to the
northeast In the same island; aud It
was similarly shown that seven of the
shocks Were felt at Tokio, five hundred
miles to the south. Que interesting
result of these observations is the
discovery   that   earthquakes   aakl.no
Sass tho barrier of mountain ranges.
I. Milne has estimated that n distribution of instruments of ordinary
sensitiveness throughout Japan would
record At least 1200 shocks per year,
or about three per day, wliich is a
number greater than that obtained by
Prof, Hein for tho whole world,  .,
R.T.WILLIAMS,
B
O0K BINilEK, fAfEtt lttJLER,
Olid Blank Book Manufacturer'.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files' of Magltklnoa, Illustrated Papers,
»fcj;i neatly and cheaply Bound.,
Horrrnment Street, Victoria. II. C.
ARTHUR W, SULLIVAN,
BBALEH   IN
GRANVILLE, B. I.,
MORTON   HOUSE,
SPEftCE'S BRIDGE,
On Sunny Side of Thompson River.
THE ABOVE HOTEL IS HOW
open for tlie accoinmodntion of the
Public", and the proprietor will endeavor
to deserve a fair share of patronage,
Tlit very best of Wines. Ltcjijons nnd
CluAits will always be .kept;
July 1, 188t>
C,   MPrtTON.
null
Contractor and Builder.
PIiANSnnd SPECIFICATIONS CARE*
FULIV MAIIK OUT.
ALSO AGENT  TOIt TIIE
Asphalt Koofing Company.
This is tlio BEST and CHEAPEST
Roofing now in use. ClUl Itllit examine
model roof.
t&' Shop comer of Mackenzie ft Clark-
son Streets, New Westminster,    ap]2
FIRE INSURANCE.
TIIE LANCASHIRE
(Amalgamated" with Scottish Comiiie'rclnl)
INSURANCE COMPANY
Capital, - £2,000,000 sterling
Risks accepted at  Current Hates of
Premitini hy ...
JOHN c. BROWN,
Agent for New Westminster.
Columbia St., New Westminster.
SELLING OFF I
—AT—
GREAT BARGAINS!
THK ENTIltE STOCK OK
Furniture,   Picture*,    Mouldings,
Witli Paper, and Undertakers'
tiutfds,
In tlie Store lately occupied liv David
Witlnw.
Orders for floods whieh arc not on
hand will bo filled front Victoria on short
notice.
For further particulars, nnjily on the
premises, Columbia Street, Now Westminster, or to
J. SEi-ir„
Viotoria, 11. C.
S. H. WEBB,
GUNSMITH
Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
saw mmi,  kky mux;,   lock-
mmith. <ittiim until\i»,
MIISMMtl* Nll tKI'K\i:i).
SEWING MACHINES
Cleaned and Repaired.   Machine
Needles for Sale.
1 iilbfiilin Jf>atlHl, and enteral KeHnlr-
las neatly ilo'itr.
Ammunition of all kinds. A fall assortment of Re-loading Tools, and everything
required by a Sportsman. RtvtBS'j Shot
Guns, Revolvers, and Fishing Tackle'
for sale. d24y
ADVANTA6ES OF THE
111
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HEATH0EFS
k
VICTORIA,
A*   VICTORIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
Shop iimiiT the new Oddfellow Hall, Cot
urniiia wt., New Westminster.
H.
H
ni...,,
AS  OPENED  tttE  STORE All-
    joining the City Hotel, Columbia
Street, where, lie will   sbllj  cheap for
CASH:-    ■
Groceries,
tobacco,
Clgafs!
Candies, Ac.
By careful attention to business lie
hopes to merit a share of tile Publii
patronage.
Now West., April 20, 1882. nuffi
ESTABLISHED IS.)!).
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Searly Opposite the colonial Hotel)
NEW WESTMINSTER,
mHK  LARGEST  AND   CHOICEST
J.   assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied' to Families, Restaurants, and Steaiuboata at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
PIANOS, ORGANS,
—AM)—
IDaOAL INSTRUMENTS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Books & Sheet Music
IN ENDLESS VARIETY*
MUSIC A L   BOXES
A lino Asssortincnt; from $25 to .?(J0,
—AT—
ISAtiftALL Si CO.'S
MUSIC   STORE,
fiOVERNMEXT STREET,  VICTORIA.
J. BAGNALL,
riANOFOItTE&OllOANTuSEIl&RKI'AIltKK
COAL OIL
Ovlr the Refinod Oils ol Petroleum
for Illuminating Purposes:
THE BEACON LIGHT is
an Oil of High Tost with a light gravity,
which mahes the Oil a protection against
explosion.
Ono Ordinary Burner elves n (Brilliant) Light equal to Ten Cniiille
Lights*.
Its odor is not offensive.   The Beacon
Light Oil is
pnee prom smoke & smell
In point of lSeoiumiy, tho Beacon Light
Oil is
lew Exrcssive td,i\ Otttat oil*.
Tho Consumer burning one lnjht- for
Four Hours—will not consume over One
(lill, or ooo thirty-second part of a Gallon, which does not tax the Consumer
more than Two Cents for a whole night.
OPPENHEJMER BROS,,
f<4 Role Agent*, Viotoria, B.C,
SEVEN THOUSAND!
DYKED LAOS
FOR SALE.
The undersigned Oiler
LAND ON MATSQUI PRAIRIE
IN LOTS TO SUIT,
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Liberal Terms or Payment siren to
Bona tide Settlers.
These Lands nro of excellent quality,
and a largo portion of them is ready for
the plougli.
WOODS k TURNER,
New Westminster,
E. M. JOHNSON,
Victoria,
Or C. B. SWORD,
oc8 Riverside.
BL&CZSHITIIIG
(AT BRliNKTTti MlUS.)
HAVING ENOAGKI) THK SEE-
vibes of Mr. Jas. BrimtA- nml
fitted our Shop witli ;i set of lii'st-cliiss
Tools, we are in a position to turn out
tlio best quality of work iu this lino.
myl3 p»BEGK BROS, k CO.
Hlffhly recommended
fi-r      ltUluuiUriH,
lli'i.tMcli.-,  ton*
MiltatloH.lndtgw,*
inn, itlKzint'-Mf UeartbBro,
Mat   lire .it it,   M8» Of Ap-
fHittc, Jaundice* lost or
■lemoiT) Rom' MokiiicIi. Uver Com-
'"■lut-il.-K.-i"-. Illir*. -r hu; from IM Worn*
irlt, Bowels nr Kl.iiu'ys. Thoy lire safe,
■i.*U mul lh.i™if!!i)ii;!iciniCliOU, CToaHtoi
liilir;ls.lilo.i.-.
I'.irj'aJu
riu-ii: esc, rat Ml*
ROYAL  CiTY
MIM MILLS
iiiincitriis)
HAVU ON HAND AND ARE PEE'
PARED TO MANUFACTURE
—AM. DKSCltlPTIO.VS OF-
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes- and Blinds.
i'liinllig. Scroll-Sawing, Turning, SlmpliiK,
And all kind", of WOOD-ftNiSHING,
exdClited to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINEKV.
FISH  t'AsES   A   SPECtALi'Y.
RICHARb STREET,
NEW WESTMtksTMj   tl.  0.
JOHN HENDB?)
JLanaobb.
J. K. PLEACE & CO.
IJfl'OltTiatS ASD DEAtHRS IV
HAROWAR
STOVESr
RANGES,   &0., &C,
House Furnishing Go ids.
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE
SPORTING  GOODS.
A full assortment constantly on linml, nt
tliu LOWEST iMA-RKET RATES.
Tinware manufactured on the premises.   Jobbing promptly attended to.
HOLBROOK'S KTOM: 111 HDIVfi.
KfW M'tpntmlnHlor.
CO TO THK
SAN  FRANCISCO
BOOT & SHOE STORE
AND  GET   YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH.
r)00TS  AN*D  SHOES OP EVERY
)   descri]ition made to order, end repaired, from un
INFANT'S   SHOE
—TO    A--
BXA.-BB-S    BOOT.
The highest CANIi juice paid forlllllKS
JAMES ROUSSEAU,
COLUMBIA       STREET,
OrrnsrrK the Bask.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Old Broad St. and 16 Tall Mam,,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings. Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harlior or Dock, and tlio
Cargoes of such Vessels j also, Ships building .-ml repairing, Barges and other A^cs-
scls on navigable rivors mid canals, ami
Goods on board suoh Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland nud in Foreign
Countries,
FROM tOSS OK DAMAGE BV FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600.000 8TG.
Rates of Freminrn -iind every Information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for New Wcstmiutstfii*.
COLONIAL
HOTEL
COLUMBIA STREET,
N6W   Westminster, B. C.
EAVING PURCHASED AND
completely re-furnished nnd
rit'lse grciiily,. improved this
well-kiioivn establishment, I .have
thtt pleasure to announce that it is
tiow
For the reception of Guests.
Conviently located nnd wdli ap-
Jlbinted hr ovety ttepartmtiiit, with
BATH ROOMS
Aiid alt the nioSt. iilodem appli-
fiiibes, it will ljts found in every
resntict ihe hest, (Is it Is the largest
and most comiittfdiousj Hotl'l on tlie
Mainland.
Thb'
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very liest
nuumgemeiu both ns regai*ds dufsiNK
a~y.il (ivtt-ndance, and parties desiring
tlicm can have comfortable private
Itlilhlg Rooms, with special atten-
dance.
the
BAR   KOOM
L -stocked with the choicest Wines
and Liquors, and the best brdnds of
Cigars will itlways he kept on hand.
Tho
BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious aud well appointed, and
provided with Stuahle's Patent
OUSHIOJf TABLES, the best in
Use,
XST Good attendance nnd model*1
ate charges.
J. E. INSIEY,
PnorniEToii k Man.U'EH..
April 4, 1882. npo
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BUHRAKt)       INI.ET.
Newly Built and Newly Furnished,
Large and Commodious.
ONE Or THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND.
Commands an imbrflkcn view  of  that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor; the future terminus
of   the   Canadian   Pacific
Railway.
sills    tfr    ROOMS    FOR    I UIUIIS
tW Visitors nitf Tourists will find it a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
Tho scale of charges will bo found to
bo strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises,
JOSEPH  MANNION,
PltOI'ItlETOlt.
0R0 RESTAURANT
COLl'Mim SIKEKf,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
r.>TAIIt,ISItK.l) 1800.)
THIS WELL KNOWN AND MOST
conveniently located etttabliatmicnt,
liaving heeii purchased hy the nndev-
filKuml, will he conducted as a FIRST-
CLASS
BOARDING    HOUSE,
Under the personal superintendence of
Mrs. Daouett.
*m '»:.»« »c m «
Ronrd k Lodging per Week ?« 00
Board alfme por Week ^  5 00
Single Meals i.     50
SW The Moil Stages leave this House
for Burrdrd Inlet twice a day.
S, W.  DAGGETT.
Ma}'(I, I8S1.
CANARY BIRDS.
» FEW CHOICE SINGERS tOR
A. Sale, at #5.00' each, Enquire at
the Columbia House.
J. CUNNINGHAM.  *
New \Vest., May 20,1882.      mj-27-lro
FOR SALE:
THRI5E .YOKE OF GOOP WORK*-
CIXEN, well broken and in good
order.
For particulars apply to
my31 A. iNNifiS, Langloy.
FOR RENT:
rPHE.KAdLfc HOTEL, FR0NT-8T.,
J, New Wcstniiiistert opposite the
Wharfj with n License. -    . iiti
•Appiytb .
HKNRY V. EDMONDS,
nili22 Land'Agent.
BRICKS _F0R SALE.
rnliE fiiJiifjiiidiii'iR has a kiln;
J    of exceilei't bi*li'l»n for sale eheup;
Delivery ailytt'libl'e:
T. McKAY.
New AVestmiiistei*} .
.rune 24, 18S1. jttgg
"FOR   SALE:
ONE  PORTABLE  STEAM   SAW***
. mill, now at work near Lytton anil
in good condition.
For particulars enquire of'
JAS. MUltlFv
Lyttoiij -
Or X. 'B. FERGUSON,
myl~-lni l'roprietor, Clinton.
FARMS, TOWN LOTS,
AND  OTHER LANDS
FOR   SALE.
MONEY TO LENb
At reasonable rates.-
w. Norman bole,
myl3-2m Bakrihter, New West;
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
Riverside PaM) Matsqui,
IS WHOLE Oil PART,
pON'l'AlNING THEKE HUNDRED
\J aetes Dyked Lanil, of whicli 250 ncres?
could easily lie nut under crop for next'
season,
WITH WHARK 80 PHUT FROST, nnd
AMl'LK BAIIX AM) OTIIKK
Bl'llllIXU    AI COM MOD AT I OK*
A|i])ly to
C. B. SWdSt);
Riverside.
DAIRY  FARM
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
THE   FARM    CONSISTS  OF   320
Acrea, in Nicola Valley, known as
P. L. Anderson's Ranch, of which a part
is suitable for crop.   It is situated about
3 miles from the Public Hall and Road.
Also—75 Milk  Pans, Cliiirn, and fill
tho implements necessary for Dairying,
Also—20 good Miloii Cowst
Apply to . .
P. L. ANDERSON,
apotc Nicola Lake.
FARM for SALE
THE UNDERSUiNEJ., REING DE-
sirdiis, on account of failing huultli,
to retire from liuuh'ess, offers for sale his
first-class Dairy Farm, situated on Sumas
Prairie, consisting of 520 ncres,, of which
about 160 riefes nro under fence. ThcrS
is a good Orchard on the phice, Dwelling
House, Dairy, Ranis, Stables, kc, kd
The Dairy Stock, Hoi-scs, kc, will bo
sold with Farm if desired.
Trhms— Ono half of pmrluisc.money
payable at time of purchase: the balance
at reasonable rate of interest on time to
suit purchaser.
For particulars apply to
CHESTER CHADSEY,
iny24-3m Sumas.
FOR SALE.
CABINET ORGAN
SUlfAilLE FOK
Church or Parlor.
A5-OCTAVEMnson&Hflill.
Iin Ciiliinet Organ, with 2 full sets of
reeds, sub'bnss, octnvo coupler, vox humane, grand organ, and kneo swell, S
stops. This organ U now used in tho
Methodist Church, and is sweet toned
and in good order. Will bo sold for $130
cash, as it is intended to procure a moro
powerful one. This is ;i decided bargain.
Apply to
T. R. PEARSON A. CO.,
Stationers k Music Dealers,
feitc New Westminster.
FOR   SALE:
mHE    UNDEIiMEXTHIXEl)   l'RO-
nllE    U
1    pcrly
City ol New Westminster:
LOT   4, BLOCK IB,
"     10,        " 32,
"     12,        " 32,
7,       " n,
"     12,        " 24.
District of New Westminster:
Lot  21D,   Group  I., Nortii shore Port
Moody,
Lot   102,   Group  I.,   South side  Port
Moody,
Lot 116, GroUp I., near Hastings, Bur'
rard Ildot,    -
Lot 302, Group 1., False Crook,
Lot 110, Group II., South bank Fraser
Kiver,
Lots   147,  148,  150, Group II., South
bank, Fraser Elver,
Lot fl6a, Group II., South bank Fraser
River.
HENRY V, EDMONDS,
mhlB LandAgent. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Balsam Honey  .Moore & Co
Celebration Dominion Day
Insurance T. R. Pearson & Co
Special Methodist Church
lhe British dtoluiitbivtit.
Mlanlay Morning. June It. IHS'i.
To the Electors or the District
or New Westminster:
(jENTLEMKX—I beg to announce
myself » candidate at the ensuing
election to represent you In the
Provincial legislature.
I shall take an early opportunity
of placing my views before you, and
hope soon io visit the various settlements and meet as many of you
as can make It convenient to come
together.
JNO. KOBSO**'.
riigTJBTTlT--
»
Postsl Grievance.
A few days ago wo directed attention to the extremely unsatisfactory manner in which the mail
service between Victoria and this
city is being performed, and we are
glad to notice that the subject has
since been taken op by the City
Council. It now becomes our duty
to deal with a matter nearer homo.
We refer to the inadequacy of the
City Service. In order that the
reader may form an approximate
idea of the magnitude of the work
to be performed at tlio post-office
here, it mny „be stated that, on an
average one hundred and twelve
mails are received and dispatched
every week ! In addition to that
there aro, on an average, about one
hundred and twenty money orders
issued; and last, but not least, there
are fifty parcels to be disposed of.
These parcels, of all mail matter,
really involve the greatest amount
of trouble. In the first instance
they must be entered in a book, with
full particulars us to where mailed,
Ac, ie. Then a full report, setting
forth all these particulars, must be
made to the Customs, and subsequent reports ns to disposition of the
same—in all these parcels have to
be written up four times. Now
comes the astounding part of the
story. One man is expected to do
all that work. He is expected to be
on hand almost night nnd day to
receive and dispatch mails coming
and going at all hours. He is expected to do all the work above detailed, but he is expected to do a
great deal more—to distribute the
local mail matter and to be at the
wicket from 9 in the morning till
6 in the evening answering calls.
AU this one man is expected to do,
and he is expected to do it nil for
the paltry pittance of one hundred
dollars a month! For one man to
do justice to the position and to
himself is simply impossible. No
one man can do it any how. No
one man should be osked to do it-
least of all for such inadequate remuneration. But there is another
view to take of this subject. Let
us look at it from a public standpoint The inevitable consequence
is tbat the public interests suffer—
suffer constantly and seriously. They
would suffer still more were it uot
that the under-paid and over-worked
Postmaster has, of absolute necessity, to hire occasional help at his
own private expense. He has actually to divide his miserable pittance
with an assistant! The Postmaster
may not thank ns for speaking out
so plainly about matters'to some
extent personal to himself; but the
whole matter is so disgraceful and
so directly affects the public interests that we feel it a duty to be
plain, and we feel certain from our
knowledge of the new Postmaster-
General that the real state of the
case only requires to be made known
to him in order to have it remedied.
The remedy should be two-fold—au
increase of at least fifty per cent, in
the Postmaster's salary, aud n regular
assistant.
true wisdom to send two men who
will work with him, thus having a
united delegation. As for Kootenay
—well, wfl Suppose it would be in
accordance with the fitness of things
tliat Mr. Galbraith should come
back. Cassiar will most likely send
Mr. John Grant. In any case no
adherent of the.dead party is to
be expected from that quarter.
With the Island constituencies outside of Victoria we are less.familiar ;
but we must confess that we cannot
see where even a respeotable Opposition is to come from. That Mr.
Pooley will be elected for Esqnimalt,
for one, seems tolerably certain.
Indeed it would be strange if that
constituency, humiliated us it must
have felt itself in the last House,
would allow such a prize to slip
through its fingers. Fur Victoria
District Mr. John is pretty certain
of election, and from all wo can
learn, that constituency is not likely
to neutralize its influence in the
House by sending anothor who will
pull the other way. Cowichan will
undoubtedly send Mr. Smitho back
under circumstances which will enable him to do for it that which the
banditti rendered impossible in the
last House—simple justice. And what
about Nanaimo, one of the most important constituencies of all 1 Coal is
king there; and the coal king will
surely head the poll. Let Nanaimo
be true to herself and send along
with Mr. Dunsmuir ono who will
duplicate instead of neutralize his
votes and efforts to promote the best
interests of a District in which he
has spent the best part of his life
nnd in which ho possesses such enormous property interests. Shall
Comox, just to be odd, send in a
bit of the old leaven of trickery and
incompetency 1 Surely not. Such
is the outlook ; and we repeat that
we cannot see where material for a
respectablo Opposition in the now
House is to como from.
DOMINION DAY
CELEBRATION
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Saturday, July 1st, 1882,
Reception Committee:
MAYOR AND COUNCIL AND GENERAL COMMITTER
J. W. Howison,
Treasurer.
D. S. Ci'htis,
Hon. Sec.
Tbe Political Outlook.
So far as the Mainland is concerned there need be no fear. This,
the queen district, wilt .send three
men prepared to do their part
towards clearing out the i-Kgcan
■tables, and placing the affairs of
the Province upon a healthy and
solid basis. Yale will send three
more. Lillooet has virtually chosen
two good men and true. Cariboo,
recognizing the manly independence
nnd unquestionable ability of Mr.
FerguHon, will be sure to send him
back to tho new House, where he
will be placed in more favorable
circumstance* to render effective
.service for that important but much
neglected district, and it would be
Editorial Notes.
From all we can learn thero Boema
to be a very strong probability of the
Reform ticket nominated on Tuesday
evening carrying every seat in Victoria
city. Mr. Heaven may posBibly manage to get in by the skin of his teeth
by reason of possessing jiowor and patronage; but even that would appear to
be extremely doubtful indeed. Those
electors who might be influenced by
such considerations cannot help foreseeing the complete obliteration of the
party with which Mr. Heaven has been
and is still identified, and they are not
likely to stake their interests on a losing card. It may, therefore, almost
be accepted as a foregone conclusion
that Victoria will sweep away the last
remnants of a demoralized party, aud
make a new departure.
It is said that Provincial Secretary
Humphreys is looking in vain for a
constituency, the farmers of Victoria
District having become completely
tired of the lazy windbag. A more
thoroughly useless member probably
never represented any constituency.
In Opposition "Tom" did count for
something. As a sort of gadfly to those
in office, he sometimes had his uses.
But in oflico a more gigantic failure
there surely never was. In opposition
how he used to ring the changes on
the rights and liberties of the people.
In office he has shown how littlo he
cares for either the people or their
rights. It seems extremely improbable
that he shall be able to persuade any
constituency to havo him. He belongs
to a class of politicians who should bo
carefully excluded from the new
House.
The conduct of the Local Government in regard to the establishment of
a steam ferry on thu Frasor affords a
tolerably fair illustration of how indifferent they are to the interests of the
farmers. Nay, there is something
more than indifference. Tho well-understood wishts of the people havo
boon treated with absolute contempt
All the communities directly interested
petitioned for it. Theso petitions bore
the names of every settlor with the exception of somo half dozen who could
not be reached at tho time. The one
from this city bore tho signature of
every freo male adult excepting that
of the Government organ-grinder, who
is not free. Tho Government assured
the House that the thing would be
done immediately the session was ovor.
Yet tho first stop has not boon taken!
Another season is being lost, and another winter will have to be passed
without it, aud possibly some more
valuable lives sacrificed. What do the
Ministers euro? The Hon. Anthony
has found refuge on the Bench, The
Hon. Robert will now have freo scope
to enhance tho value of his Esquimalt
acres by squandering the people's
money upon the graving dock, which
has always been Ins particular hobby.
The Hon. Tom will continue to "gasi"
about tho saloons and street corners of
Victoria, aud draw his fat salary for
doing his country no service. What
care they for the interests of the farmers X
THE EXCELSIOR BRASS BAND
Will he in attendance during the
day.
Music and Ball Committee.
Capt. Pecle, H. V. Edmonds, Wm.
Moresby, 3.0. Hughes, W. H. Keary.
HORSE RACING,
On Agues Street.   To commence at 12
o'clock sharp.
Committkk:—W. .1. Armstrong, 0. C.
Webster, H. Elliott, W. H. Townseud.
1st Race — Vmilo heats; 2 in 3. 1st
prize, SHO.dO; 2nd prize, ?IO.0O.
2nd Race—500 yards, heats; 2 in 3. 1st
prize, $13.00; 2nd prize, §5.00.
Winners in 1st nice to be excluded
from 2nd race.
In 1st race riders must wear distinct
colors,
In ull races 3 horses must run or no
race.
Entrance money, ten percent, of 1st
prize in each race.
Entrance for 1st and 2nd race to be
made, entrance money paid, aud riders'
colors declared, with J. W. Howison,
Esq., Occident Hotel, before 9 a. m. on
day of race.
The decision of committee to be Jinal.
BOAT RACING,
To commence at 2 o'clock.
Committee!—Capt. Irving, J. Wise,
W. Johnston, M. M. English, D. Chis-
holm, A. Ewen.
1st Race—-i-oared gigs; prize, $40.00.
2nd Race- -2 pair sculls (fishing boats);
prize, §10.00.
3rd Race—1 pair sculls; prize, 85.00.
Entrance—1st race, $2.50; 2nd race,
50 cents; 3rd race, 50 cents.
If three boats compete the second is
to have entrance money of race.
Canoe Race—11 Indiaus in each canoe;
prize, $22.00. ■
GAMES AND SPORTS,
To commence at 4 o'clock p. m.
Committee:—J. A. Webster, I>. Mills,
Nortii British & Mercantile Insurance Co'y.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
T.B. Pearson k Co,, Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Resources of the Company ns nt
31st December, 1881.
I. Subscribed Capital—
Paid-up £ 500,000   0   0
Uncalled..  1,500,000   0   0
£2,000,000   0   0
II. Tiro Fund—
Unserve £844,570 IB 11
Premium Reserve. 310,551   7   0
Balance of Profitand
Loss Account    54,307   7   1
£1,218,405 14   0
III. Lifo Fund-
Accumulated
Fund  of   the
Life Branch..£3,112,500  7  8
Accumulated
Fundof the Annuity Branch..    305,515   3   4
£3,508,105 11   0
Rcvonuo for the Year 1881—
Fire Branch —
Premiums and
Interest £1,024,400 10 11
Life and Annuity
Branches -Premiums and Interest       478,825 14   3
jnl7
£1,503,280 11   2
BY-LAW.
HOUSE
COMPLETE
Hon.  T.  11.  Mclnnes, J. Orr, J. A. R.
Homer, W, I>. Ferris.
Foot Race (500 yards); prize, $5.00.
Married Men's Race, 200 yards (handi-
lapped); prize, keg of beer.
Foot Race, 100 yards; prize, $2.50.
Wheelbarrow Race,   100 yards;   prize,
82.50.
Boys' Race, 1.50 yards (under 15 years of
age); prize, §2.00.
3-Ieggcd Race,   100 yards; prize §2.50.
Running Long Jump; prize, $2.50.
Running High Jump; prize, $2.50.
Standing Long Jump; prize, §2.50.
Standing High Jump; prize, $2.50.
Running High Jump with pole; prize,
82.50.
Putting the Stone; prize, $2.50,
Tossing the Caber; prize, $2.50.
Quoit Match,' 18 yards) prize, $5.00.
"        "       10    " "   keg of beer
Entrance fee—25 cents.
Decisions or various Committees to
BE FINAL.
A FKKK BAH
To be given  in   the   DRILL SHED.
Dancing to commence at 0.30 p. m.
(ion Save the Queen.
A BY-LAW TO ENABLE THK-CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF CHILLIWHACK TO
RAISE THE SUM OF FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR THK PURPOSES THEREIN SET FORTH.
WHEREAS THE MUNICIPAL
Council of the Municipality of
Chilliwhack hns resolved to raise a sum
of $3,400 for the purpose of extending,
making nnd repairing roads and bridges,
and $000 towards building Town Hall,
and in order to do so will require the sum
of $4,000 to he obtained iu the maimer
hereinafter recited;
And whereas it will require the sum of
$403 to be raised annually by special
rate for the payment of the said debt and
interest as is hereinafter mentioned;
And whereas the amount of the whole
ratable property of the said Municipality
according to the last revised assessment
roll, being for the years 1880 and 1881,
was $105,000, irrespective of any future
increase of the ratable property of the
Municipality and of any income in the
nature of tolls, interest, or dividends
from the work, and also irrespective of
any income from the temporary investment of the sinking fund or any part
thereof;
And whereas for paying tho interest
and creating a sinking fund for paying
the said principal sum of $4,000 aim
interest as hereinafter mentioned, it will
require nu equal annual special rate of
one-half of one per cent, in the dollar;
Be it therefore enactijI) by the
Reeve and Council of the Municipality of
Chilliwhack:
1. That it shall he lawful for the
Reeve and Council of tlio Municipality
of Chilliwhack to raise by way of Loan
from any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate who mny be willing to
advance tlio samo upon the credit of the
Debentures hereinafter mentioned, a sum
of money not exceeding in the whole the
sum of $4,000, and to cause the same to
be paid into the hands of the Treasurer
of tlio snid municipality for the purposes
and with the object above mentioned;
2. That it shall be lawful for the fiaid
Reeve and Council to cause any number
of Debentures to be made for such sums
of 'money as may be required, not less
than $100 each, and that the said Debentures shall be sealed with the seal of the
said Municipality of Chilliwhack, ami be
signed by tho said Reeve;
3. That tho said Debentures shall bu
mado payable in eighteen years nt furthest from the day hereinafter mentioned for this Bylaw tu take effect, at
the municipal 11*0181117 °f *uc 8n*1' ™*
poratimi of Chilliwhack, mid shall have
attached to them coupons for the payment of interest;
4. That tho said Debentures shall hear
interest at and after the rate of six per
cent, per annum from the date thereof,
which interest shall be payable annually
at the municipal treasury of the said
Corporation of Chilliwhack;
5. That for the purpose of forming a
sinking fund for the payment of the said
Debentures and the interest at the rate
aforesaid to become duo thereon, au
equal special rate of one-half of one per
vent, iu the dollar shall in addition to all
other rates 1>e raised, levied and collected in each year upon all ratable property
in tho said municipality during tho continuance of tho said Debentures or any
of them;
0. It shall he lawful for the said Muni'
cipal Council from time to time to pur
chase any of the said Debentures from
persons desirous of selling the same; and
all thu Duhontures m re ■purchased shall
be forthwith cancelled - nud destroyed
and no ru*issuc of the Debentures shall
be made in consequence of such re-pur*
chase;
7. That this Bylaw shall tako effect
and como into operation upon the First
day of July A. D. 1882.
8. This Bylaw may bo cited for all
purposes as the "Roads, Bridges and
Town Hall Loan Bylaw, 1882."      my31
II d Hi
ROODS!
CONSISTING OF
Brocaded Silks and
SatillS, in all shades,
f
in
I
TRAPP
BROTHERS,
successohs to
R. W. DEANE & CD.
New   Ombre
mings,
Trim-
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that a Court of Revision will bo
hold at tho Municipal Council Chambers,
on Satmumt mi! 15th Day of July,
1882, at 12 o'clock noon, for tlio purpose
of hearing complaiuts, if any, against tho
Assessment Roll for the year 1882.
By Order,
JAMES ORR, C. M. C.
Now Westminster, June I, 1882.       jn7
NOTIOS.
HAVING    CLOSED
"Popular Market,"
OUT THE
.1 desire to
thank -my* numerous patrons for past
favors, and to notify all thoso whoso
accounts aro still unpaid that an early
settlement is rendered absolutely ncces-
"*ry' W. J. FRENCH.
New Westminster, June 2, 1882.       jn3
Black & Colored Cashmeres to Merinoes,
New   French   Satin
Merveilleux,
Black & Colored Velveteens,
Athol  Glaces,
shades,
all
WF;
HAVE GREAT
pleasure in announcing the arrival of our first
lot of
186T.  1882.
'iib'tf
T-£i:fi.
HOUSE.
THE PROPRIETOR, nfter 21 years of mercantile life in ttiis tfity; begs
leave to report to his numerous Patrons that his Business
is prosperous and the outlook
for the future is bright. We
hope to do a big trade during,
the present year. We have
now in stock a complete as-
sortmentof
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOR
JL salo a few vory fine seed potatoes,
of tho varieties known as "Early Rose"
and "Lato Rose." Price, 2 cents per
pound.
Apply to A. INNES,
apis Langley.
Black Paramatta
Cloths, &c, &c,
Oatmeal, Niagara,
Lace Stripes, Poulards,. Momies,  and
other Cloths,
White  and  Colored
Piques, in all the newest styles,
India, Mull, Nainsooks, to Swiss Muslins, Lace and Muslin Curtains,
New Neck Rufflings,
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,
TheNew Laced Kid Gloves,
A fine assortment of Feathers Flowers, Ribbons, and New Millinery Trimmings,
A good line of Hosiery,
A large stock of Men's and
Boys' Straw Hats,
Men's and Boys'Clothing
NOWorNEVER
THE FLOATING PHOTOGRAPHIC
Gallery will remain only a few days
longer. Thoso who havo work will please
calf and got it. jt.7
WANTED:
A
GIRL   TO
Housework.
DO   GENERAL
Apply to  MRS, J. CUNNINGHAM.
New. Westminster, Juno 2, 1882.   jn3
New Goods!
From England and the East,
which we have just received
as follows:
Per steamer "VICTORIA,"
78 CASES;
Per steamer "G.W. ELDER,"
15 CASES;
Per sailing vessel "YUCA,"
6 CASES;
Making a Grand 1 otal of
NINETY-NINE GASES
Of NEW GOODS, consisting of
STAPLE & FANCY
DRY GOODS,
MEN'S & BOYS'
CLOTHING,
Men's & Boys' Hats,
(IN STRAW & FELT),
CARPETS,
nvx-A/rs,
FLOOR CLOTHS,
HARDWARE,
toe,   too.
H1LUNERY & DIESSMAIIX6
DONE  ON  THE  PREMISES IN
THE LATEST STYLES.
JAMES ELLARD & GO.
Cor. Coiomftla ft Mary Sis
With some heavy shipments
on the way from the Eastern.
Markets. We iire buying'
for Cash, getting largo discounts, which enables us to
sell at much lower rates than
formerly. We are determined to keep the Columbia
House to the front, making
it, as it has been for years,
the leading mercantile House
on the Mainland. Our stock
is usually so complete that we
can fill orders sent to us at
cheaper rates than any other ,
House in this City, and we
will do it.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM,
IMPORTER.
New West., Feb. 8,
fell
FASHIONABLE
MILLINERY
DRESS -MAKING!
0PP. MR, CiraNflHAM'S,
Columbia St., New West.
These Goods we 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 BROS.
mHK UNDKRSIONKDTAKKS
X pleasure in niinounoing to the Ladies of New Westminster and snrround-
ing country that sho has received .and
opened out a fine assortment of the Newest and most Fashionable floods from
Sun Francisco nnd Knstcrn Markets, and
alio is now prepared to execute all orders
in Millinery and JM-ssinulong 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. AU
are cordially invited to call and examine
our goods and fashions. apl5
MRS. D. A. MACD0NAU*.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In the Goods of GEORGE GARRYPIE, Deceased,,
ALL PARTIES WHO HAVE
claims ngainst tho said George
Garrypie aro hereby required to file their
claims properly verified in the office of
the District Registrar of the Supremo
Court at New Westminstor, on or Wore
12 o'clock noon on Saturday the 1st day
of July; 1882; mid all persons indebted
to tlio said George Garrypie, deceased,
are required to pay same Into the said
Registrar on or before 12 o'clock noon on
Saturday, 1st July, 1882.
10th May, 1882. '  -
E. A. JENN8,
D. R, S. C, N. W.
W. Norman Dole,
Solicitor for the Administrator,
mv20 New Westminstor.
$250 REWARD!
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE
paid by the undersigned for inch
information as will lead to the convic. .'
tion of the party or parties who, on Sun-
day the 21st May last, started fires on     '
Suburban Lot 1, Block 12 (west of Douglas street cemetery), and on the ridge In
the rear of Sapperton, whereby a large   '
quantity of cordwood and other property  ,"i
was destroyed.
HENRY WWmfaie
JOSEPH WI8I$Hr
New West., June II, 1882. jjnMm
 - 1—■tli'im;	
RElrTOB!
ON 25TH  INST', 8 CHINAMEN
wero drowned at Lytton.   $10 will
be paid for th* recovery of each bod}/.
. SPUTUM, OHARW5Y,
Or KWONO LEE*CO., Yak
myjrjii.' f™ * •■'■: ■■ ■ lhe Iritis!*. Columbian,
SntnrUnj* Mon.li.jt, .lime IT, ISM,
PASSBNCiF.HS.
l'er itoauier   ENTKHPItlSE.   from   Victoria,
Per ftearaer WILLIAM IKVINO, from Yalo,
J. A. R. Homer will be a candidate for tbe representation of New
Westminster District In the House
of Commons, at tbe approaching
election.
On Thursday the Fraser felt ten feet
at the Big Canyon.
Davitt and Redmond sailed for
America on the 8th inst. ■
See the programme for Dominion
Day celebration in another column.
According to latest accounts Lieutenant-Governor Onuchon lay dangerously ill at Winnipeg.
Wo have had some welcome showers
during the past few days, affording
pleasant relief from heat and dust.
The steamer William Irving, Capt
Insely, arrived from Emory yesterday,
bringing a large number of passengers.
It was rumored at Ottawa that ex-
Minuter Aikeiis is to receive the ap-
Sointment of Lieu tenat Governor of
fanitobn.
Quite a number of railway men
came down yesterday, owing to high
water and scarcity of provisions interfering with the work.
Amongst the passengers hy tbe
Slope, on Thursday morning, wero 40
carpenters to be employed on Mr. Mc-
Mullan's C, P. A. contract.
Five hundred cattle woro poisoned
at Montreal on the 8th inst,, by eating noxious weeds white grazing near
that  city, before  being shipped to
The alarm has been sounded in
Manitoba on account of* an alleged intention on the part of tbeC. P. R.
Co. to connect with the American
railway system.
Capt. Duponr, of Inland Revenue,
came up from Victoria on Wudnosday,
and has be looking after the affairs of
his Department. He returns to Victoria to-morrow.
F. J.* Bartnrd Esq. M. P., finding
travelling past the Hooded portions, of
the waggon road less difficult, than
was anticipated, has gone up through
bis constituency.
The water iu the Fraser fell three
feet.at Yale up till Thursday evening
when it camo to astund. It fell about
a foot at Chilliwhach, and proportionately lower down.
The Sentinel says tho present flnod
is the highest known tn 40 yours, and
,2s feet higher than that nf 1870.
Having spent its furv on Wednesday,
it fell 3Heet at Yale.
On the 20th ult. Mr. Blake visited
Hamilton, where he met with a very
enthusiastic reception and delivered
nu address, a report nf which fills sixteen columns of the Times.
Tlio flooring of Alexandria bridge
, was uot removed after nil. A force nf
men went there to strip it, but it was
finally concluded not to do so, and the
result has justified tho conclusion.
It was reported that tho Manitoba
Legislature wonld be dissolved. The
iSpeaker resigned, declaring that ho
could no longer consent to preside
over so much corruption and incom*
latency.
On Tuesday polling in the old pro-
ff-vinces takes place. Thu prevailing
■opinion out here' appears to be that
Rhe result of tlio general election will
■nnt be to materially reduce the Con-
Inervative majority in Parliament. A
[few days will tell the tale.
Mr.; McMullen, contractor fur
wharves, bridges, Ac, on the Emory-
Unody section C. P, R., haa contracted
with tbe mills here for 5,300,000 feet
j&f lumber to be delivered this season.
at will-occupy the mills for snmo time
hnd may interfere with ordinary build-
[Ing operations.
In noticing the flood, our Nanaimo
Ion temporary says:—"At New Weat-
fciinstoe the lower part of the city is
finder water''1 This conveys a wrong
Impression. Tlie "flat, or "swamp,
lis it is called, below the oity is under
water, or partly so, but no part of the
|ity proper is flooded.:
Nanaimo is now entitled to elect
Iwn representatives to the Provincial
Wislaturo. Robt. Dunsmuir, Esq.,
i formally announced as a candidate.
thero are several other aspirants; hut
■hoover else nny bo elected, Nanaimo
kould not bo doing justice to hersulf if
■he does not place her coal king at the
load of tlm poll,
An Ottawa despatch of tlie 10th
But. says:—"Information has boon received that an engineer and. fifty-two
biechanlcs have reached Honolulu and
building a marine tramway. This
i the initiative step towards the estab-
|ihment of a Canadian line to the
•andwich Islands and China."
( Wo underseand an arrangement has
ieen come to between the contractor
nd the City Council to endeavor to
liake arrangements for tho corner
■one of the new Federal buildings to
laid hy H. R. H. the Princess
ouise, who is expected to be horo in
iout a month from now. Such an
•angement would indeed be nice,
Couldn't it 1
"There May he Eyes as Brightly
taming," but we doubt if it is possible
i write a sweeter or prettier song than
he bearing the above name that has
1st been sent to 14s by the publishers,
herman, Clay A Co., San Francisco,
tie music is arranged by H. M. Bos-
brth, the* song being the Same as
Ing by Mr. Digby Bell, in the origi-
Il key ofE flat. The price, post-paid,
I only 35 contB."
IThb O. P. R. Rone.—Tho Toronto
[obe, under date June 13th, says it
1 learned on excellent authority that
Canadian Pacific Railroad must
is the Rocky Mountains  hy, the
lllow Head Pass, and that Sir Charles
Ipper's statement to Parliament that
■moro 'southern -pass thon that had
■so discovered! is untrue.
Methodist* Chdrcii—■ Rev. *E. Robson, pastor. Service at, 11 a. in. and
7 p. hi. Sunday School at 2.30 p. in.
Seats free; strangers cordially invited.
Service at Port Moody 2.30 p. m.
 -+. _: —
Fedekat. Elections. —The proclamation for the New Westminster
District has been issued, and it appoints the nomination to take place at
the Court House on the 12th proximo,
and the polling (if any) on the 2nd of
August.
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The North British.-—In. another
column will be found a 'statement of
the resources and work of this old and
thoroughly substantial insurance company. Read it carefully and, if in the
way of effectintr insurance, call upon
the local agents.
Appointment.—Mr. Sam. Maclure,
son of John Maclure Esq, of Matsqui,
has received the appointment of Assistant Government Agent in this city,
rendered vacant by the resignation of
Mr. Chas. Warwick. The appointment is an excellent ono.
From Victoria, —the steamer
Western Slope, Capt. Moore, arrived
from Victoria enriy on Thursday morning and proceeded up. river. Amongst
the passongers was Mr. Trutch, who
goes up to look after railway interests
as affected by the flood.
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'Egyptian Affairs.—Matters continue in a very unsettled condition.
On the 11th inst. serious, riots oc-
cured in Alixandria, at which 62.Europeans were killed. The British consul
was severely hurt. The rioters had to
be dispersed by the military.
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The Adelaide.—This steamer, built
for Capt, Meyers and Mr. Ewen, and
launched the other day, ib rapidily
approaching completion, and it is
liopod she will bo ready for work about
the 1st proximo. She is 05 feet long,
with 18 feet beam', and has vurygdod
lines.   Her tonnage is 100 tons,
Dominion Day Excursion. ~ We
understand that arrangements are
being made fur the splendid steamer
Wilson (i. Hunt to make an excursion
trip to New Westminster on Dominion
Day. The West 111 historians turned
out in strong force at our Queen's
Birthday celehrath.nj aud NiuiAimo-
ites should joyfully reciprocate, — Free
Press,
PRBSRRVATION   OF   PBAOB.-  A   pr
clamation has' been issued duelarii
tho Act for tho better preservation of
jioaco in the vicinity of public works
111 force in the district lying within
ten mites on each side of the located
line nf tho Canadian Pacific Railway,
between Port Mnody and Savona's
Ferry, including the line itself, and
extending for ton miles beyond either
extremity thereof.
Provincial Elrction.s.—The Provincial Legislature was dissolved on
tho 13th inst. and the writs for a general election hnve been issued nnd are
made returnable on ttio 20th August.
The nominations are fixed for tho 10th
proximo, with the exception of those
for Kootenay and Cassiar, which, owing
to remoteness, aro left to he fixed by
the respective Returning Officers. We
observe that iu the Victoria City election polling is put ns far off as tho
21st prox.
Tub Reform Caucus, held at Victoria on Tuesday evening resulted in
the nomination of the following ticket
for the city: Then. Davie! M. W. T.
Drake, Dr. Trimble and Win. Wilson.
All were pledged to abide the result,
but upon discovering that he stood 5th
ou the list and was consequently ruled
out, Mr. Williams declared that he
would have nothing more to do
with it, nud rushed off to the Standard
oflico. The Reform party is, perhaps,
well rid of such material.
Given Away.—A Yale correspondent of the Globe writes: "Tho Frasor
river steamers are running to and fro
with loads of Chinese coolies for work
on the "line." Something tike 8,000
will be employed on the works before
the close of the season. Those newly
arrived nro reported not to he free
from that direful and contageous disease, leprosy. In short, it may bo
said without oxagge-ation aud without
prejudice that we are now fully in the
grip of Americans and Chinamen."
Free Stone.—Tho Bonanza arrived
tho other day with 220 tuna of free-stone
for tho facings, ftc. of the new Dominion building about being erected
horo. Mr. Johnston Robertson, proprietor nf tho ijiiarry on Salt Spring
Island from whieh tlio stone is taken,
came up to superintend delivery. We
must confess that finer looking froo-
stoiio than this wo havu not seen 011
tho coast. There are blocks ranging
from 4 feet tn 14 in length, many of
which have come out of their native bed
as straight and uniform in shape as if
they had passed under the square and
chisel of the cutter.
Eraser's Doings. — The Inlaiul
Sentinel says:—Tho Cariboo rond,
as well as the Railway near Yale hns
met with bad breaks, audit will take
somo timo to repair. At the upper
end of No. 1 tunnel the track had to
be removed in, as the bank was crumbling into the river. The bridge abovo
No. 3 tunnel at the turn, gave way,
and some days have been occupied in
trying to prepare for passing over the
cars. The big Engine is this side nf
tho hreak and tho little one the other.
Both are occasionally running upon
their respective limits, the one to
Emory nnd the other to 12-mile Flat.
A New York journal, devoted to the
ice interests, estimates that 000,000
men ere employed in that business in.
tho United States during the season;
that 640,000,000 are expended iu a
year, aud that 140,000,000 are invested in that business. The ieo storage
capacity of the Stages is placed by the
sums authority at 32,000,000 tons.
Cabinet-making Extraordinary.
In resigning liis sent in the Cabinet
to take a more secure one ori the
Bench, Mr. Walkem advised the
Lieutenant-Govern 01* to intrust Mr.
Beavon with the responsibility of reconstruction. That gentleman is represented as having eagerly acccepted
tho responsibility. His first step in
cabinet-making was to offer thu Attorney-Generalship to Mr. Druko, hoping
thus to bring about an amalgamation
of parties. Of course Mr. Drake
promptly declined having anything to
do with it, Two other Victoria lawyers wero similarily approached, with
like results. It occurred to Mr. Benven that it would bo good policy to
secure a New Westminster lawyer, and
he accordingly arrived here on Wednesday night. He spent. Thursday and
the greater part of Friday in an effort
to get au Attorney-Gen oral here, leaving on Friday afternoon with the understanding that if 11 certain party beyond the gulf could not bo managed, a
limb of the law from the banks of the
Fraser might be made available. Ou
Saturday, he telugiaphcd up to his
"well-beloved and trusty" horo to the
following effect: "No go hero. Send
that party down on Monday morning."
But the disappointing message was
flashed back on Saturday evening at
5:45: "Party on mature reflection, declines." At his wit's end, the fresh
premier soliloquized—"I iwed to be
tolerably successful in making hats;
but this cabinet-making is nut so easy,
and I'll e'n give it up. Loarning how
matters stood, Mr. Walkem rushed
over to his dispairing pal and urged
him not to throw away tho winning
card, concluding his argument by saying, "Make a cabinet, even if you have
to take a Siwnsh for an Attorney-General!" Thus admonished, Mr Beavon
Bet his wits afresh to the task, and he
filially succeeded in inducing his cousin
(J. Roland Hett, Esq.,) to consent to
occupy the position, nnd so the country has a cabinet! Personally we have
110 objection to Mr. Hett. He is a
nice gentlemanly person and may possibly develop into a tolerably good
lawyer; but thu objections to tho three
important positions being hold by Mr.
Heaven nnd a Victoria lawyer who is a
near relative and protege of bis own,
while the fourth position is held by a
Victoria curbstone politician must
surely bo sultioitmtly obvious. In thiB
respect it was bad enough before. It
is worse now. A cabinet so handicapped could not possibly stand, even,if it
possessed ability — a commodity of
which the present so-called cabinet is
singularly destitute. In noticing it,
tho Standard anya: "It is belieyed that
tlio cabinet as reconstructed will work
hiu'jnontouBly together and prove acceptable to the country." It may work
harmoniously together, but as for
proving acceptable to the country,
even tho organ-grinder must know that
to be altogether too too utterly absurd
to bu believed by anybody.
Tlio Confederation Lire Association.
The annual report before us, which
marks tho close of the second quinquennial period of the association's
history, shows eminently gratifying
results. 1,380 applications, for a total
assurance of §2,231,050, have boon received and considered by trie directors. Of these, 1,282, for §2,030,550,
were approved; and, including 15 ro-
vived enses, 1,300 policies, for §2,005,-
050, wero written. 114 applications,
for §191,500, oil lives not considered
desirable were declined. The year
closed with 5,878 policies, for a total
assurance of §8,150, 068.00, upon the
books, being a gain for the year of
nearly one and a quarter millions. The
cash income has increased $41,017.86
over that of thu previous year, now
reaching the handsome sum of §264,-
530.47, whilo the ratio of expenses to
income hns been reduced 4 per cent.
The Report says:*—"Your Directors
also* feel constrained to say that the
large sum of $101,714.30 paid and being paid to our policy-holders as profits, and §04,575.90 for surrender
values, constitute the best argument
against, tho Tontine plans of insurance,
all share of which would, in a Tontine
Company, bo fofoited by the unfortunate policy-holders." Altogether the
Report is a most satisfactory one and
shows that the Confederation Lifo is
entitled to front rank amongst life assurance organizations both as regards
thorough safety and tho other advantages of low rates and large profits offered to assured.
The New Plans.
The public are already aware that
the original plans for thu Federaj
buildings in this city were withdrawn
fur revision and correction. The "revised edition" has arrived, and "cun
fusion doubly confounded" does not
inaptly oxpress its characteristics.
The revised plans are unquestionably
far more faulty than tho original ones.
They have evidently been prepared
without the slightest regard to, most
likely in profound ignorance nf, local
conditions. If these plans must be
prepared at Ottawa, ono would think
that common sense would suggest the
expediency of having a proper sketch
or diagram of the site made mid placed
before the architect, so that ho might
not be working altogether hi the dark.
British Columbia's experiences of Ottawa plan-making for Federal buildings on the Pacific are anything but
satisfactory.
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The Bow River District.
This district, nestling at the foothills of the Rockies, is described as a
magniticont ono, both as regards fertility and natural beauty. Quito a
numbor of stock farms lmvo been established in that district, that of Senator Cochrane being tho most important. There aro about twonty thousand head of cattlo there already and
it is expected thnt as ninny moro will
be taken in this season. On the Cochrane Ranch 30 men are constantly employed in hording the cattle. Tho
country is described as eininontly fitted
for raising cattle, sheop, nnd for gen-;
eral agricultural purposes.
Hospital High-Jinks.
Elsewhere will bo found a communication dealing with the circumstances
of the exclusion of .pour O'Neil from
tho Royal Columbian Hospital and
tho action taken by the Board of
Management thereanent. If our
correspondent bo correct in his facts,
we must bo excused for describing the
action of the Board as very extraordinary and most impolitic. Looking at
tho matter from a public stand point,
thero are the broad Indisputible facts
thnt O'Neil, after a long and weary
effort, failed to gain udmission into an
institution whieh ho had an undoubted
right to outer; that he was subsequently found lying on the street in a dying
condition; that ho was convoyed to tlio
gaol and died there; that his dying
account of the treatment received,
rounded off with tho words, "I have
been treated like a dog!'1 are on record.
In doing what it would appear they
have done, the managers have simply
shouldered the responsibility of the
extraordinary and unexplained nets of
ono of thoir medical - officers. This
and nothing more, It will hardly be
necessary to point out that unless the
matter is satisfactorily explained,
public confidence in the institution
and public sympathy witli it will be
withdrawn, and its "usefulness will
begone." '"
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Dominion Day.
The Executive Cummilteo met, pursuant to adjourment, on Wednesday
evening. In tlie absence uf tho Mayor,
W. J. Armstrong, Esq.:, occupied the
Chair.
J. W, Howison, Esq.,from Finance
Committee, reported §330 collected,
with fair prospect of §20 more.
Dr. Trew, Chairman of Programme
Committee, submitted draft for programme, which, after some slight
nmendments, was adopted and ordered
printed.
It was resolved that the ball in the
•veiling be free, refresh 111 cuts to be
paid for.
It was resolved that the General
Committee consist of the Mayor and
Council aud the present Committee.
British Columbia Agency of Toronto
Sale and Lock Works, J. & J.
Taylor, Proprietors.
These celebrated safus are made from
heavier iron, weighing *20 per cent, more,
and have all thomoilcr'n improvements of
the best American Kiro nud Burglar Safes,
including the Sargent Greeiijcaf Dial
Lock. Being of Canadian manufacture,
they are duty free, and consequently can
be sold cheaper than cither English or
American Safes.
Fire and Burglar proof vault doors
mamifactiu'ed of all sizes and quality, at
prices ranging from ono hundred to three
thousand dollars.
Detailed specifications, for vault work
furnished on application to the agents for
British Columbia.
no2    M. W. Waitt k Co., Victoria.
Erysipelas, Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
Eruptions, and all diseases of tlie skin
and blood are promptly, cured by Burdock Blood Bitters. It purges nil foul
humors from the system, imparting
strength aud vigor at the same time.
•fiommnnicrttioits.
The Death of Jas. O'Neil.
EmtorColumhian.— I am informed
tho R. C Hospital Board had a meeting to mako some enquiries respecting
the death uf tho poor mnn whoso name
heads this epistle, and who died iu our
jail on Saturday Inst under extraordinary circumstances. Tlio following, if
I am rightly informed, is the result of
their enquiries and deliberations,
though in this case I fear lam doing
tho Board an injustice in charging
them with deliberating. Enquiry, 1 am
informed, they did make, and of
whom I Of DfTfMcIiinos, forsooth, tho
very person who is accused of inhuman-
couduct to the decoast-d, and this
august and very impartial body at
once expressed themselves satisfied
with his explanation and exonerated
him from blame in the matter; in fact
they wero so well satisfied, that they
did not deem it necessary to call before them the Warden, of our jail, tho
attending physician, and others who
listened with horror to tho dying statement of poor O'Neil who knew ho was
dying when he mado' it. It appears
that Dr. Mclnnes stated in defense of
his conduct towards the deceased that
ho took the certificate of admission to
tho hospital from him bocauso ho refused to take some medicine, there aud
then, that ho the Doctor had prescribed
for him. I think if tha Doctor had
possessed sufficient humanity to have
had tho man admitted to the hospital
first and then had given the steward
instructions to give him such attention
as was neceasnry he would have been
doing his duty to O'Neil, tho public
nnd his own conscience, if he hns any.
But, Mr. Editor, thero is another matter connected with this affair. Why
was the man allowed to die iu jail ? It
was natural enough for the constable,
finding a man lying ou the street, to
havo him conveyed to the jail, which,
for tho want of any other, is used ns a
police stntion. Thore was no charge
against him and ho had plenty of
money, (whicli I havo reason to fear
was the primary cause of all tho trouble); but, notwithstanding, he was
kept thore till he died at 4 p.m. on
Saturday. Now, sir, surely it was the
duty of the Mayor, Dr. Mclnnes, to
have hnd the prayer of the poor fellow
granted, and not allow him to die in
jail breathing tho charge that ho had
boen "treated like a dog}" I trust you
will pardon me for tresspassing so
much on your limited space, but I feel
indignant at such inhuman treatment
dealt out to any human being. I could
say a great deal more, but for tlie reason I havo just given, must desist.
Yours, etc,
W. D. Fkrkm.
New Westminster, Juno 16, 1882.
P. S. — Since writing tho above I
have been informed that tho meeting
of the Hospital Board above alluded to
was a kind of hole and corner affair,
that two members of tho Board wore
Unavoidably absent from tho meeting,
and in justice tu a third member, it is
but right to say that thu said member
wns so disgusted with the proceedings
that ho declared he would wash his
hands of the whole matter, and left the
meeting declaring ho would not be a
party to such disgraceful proceedings.
I may be permitted to suggest to the
minority that they should right themselves by laying tho matter beforo tho
public. W. D. F.
Arc you a martyr to headache ? Suffer
no longer. A remedy is found in Burdock Blood Bitters. It regulates tlie
Bowels, cleanses tho system, allays nervous irritation and restores health and
vigor.   Sample bottle 10 cents.
Bi.itk Vitriol—-Genuine English—For
dressing wheat to prevent the smut.
Send to Lanolky k Co., Victoria. Also,
for sale—celebrated Condition Powders
and Driffield's Black Oils. Both these
should be in every stable. flih29
Thousands suffer untold miseries from
Nervous Weakness, pain in the back,
and other distressing symptoms arising
from disordered Kidneys. Burdock
Blood Bitters is the Sovereign remedy.
Trial bottles 10 cents.
S3T We have just received from England
direct a fine line of Fishing Tackle, comprising a splendid assortment of Flies
made expressly for this country, nnd to
which tho finest trout will rise,—T. It.
Pearson k Co.
All those painful and distressing diseases and irregularities peculiar to the
female sex may be promptly cured by
BlirdOCk 1)100(1 Bitters. Itregulates
every organ to a healthy action.
A common, and often fatal, disease is
Jaundice. Regulate the action of the
Liver, aud cleanse the blood with Bur-
dOCk 11100(1 Hitters,and the worst ease
may be speedily cured.
US' Now unpacking at Jas. Ellard k
Co.'s, the latest fashions for 1882 in
Ladies' and Children's Straw Hats, Millinery, Laces, itc,   Call and examine.
sSf" T. B. Pearson k Co. have just received direct from tlie manufactories iu
Ontario a heavy invoice of of Stationery,
including Letter-presses, &c.
Why suffer from Indigestion and Dyspepsia when Burdock Blood Bitters will
posftively cure these ailments'? Atrial
bottle only coats 10 cents.'
tXST If you want a. first-class Piano or
Organ, go to T.K. Pearson k Co.'s. The
hest Pianos for the money in the Pro
vince.—Adv,
Just received nt T. B. Pearson it Co.'s,
a large stock of School Books, including
a complete lino of Copy Books, latest
edition. ' *
.£■:?- PORT MOODY.—Plmis of the
new Town Site for salo at T. R. Pearson & Go's'., §1.00 anion.—Ads.
BUTT, It. Pearson k Co, are agents for
the Victoria "Evening Post," for which
subscriptions are solicited.
(taT A lot of very beautiful Birthday
Cards just received at T. R. Pearson
k Cc.'b-Adv.
S3!' Leave your order for Sheet Music
and Music Books at T. R. Pearson k Co. 's
—Adv.
fla* Shipping Receipts, in triplicate, at
•T. R. Pearson k Co.'s— Adv.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.,
—I.MF0RT1JJ18 ASD DtiAI.lUlS IS—
Books & Stationery,
Pianos, Organs & Music,
Sooth Side-'o*GolumbU St.,
New   Westminster.  B.  C.
The largest and best-selected stock of
Miscellaneous Books
on the Mainland of British Columbia,
comprising History, Poetry, Biography,
Science, Fiction, and General Literature.
A full stock of tho Seaside Library'just
received, including the latest numbers.
School Books.
All tho authorized booksforl-'ublic und
High Schools. Also, School Requisites
ht'great variety—Slates, Pencils, Crayons 1
Copy-Books, Drawing materials, etc.
Blank  Books.
A very large assortment, imported direct
from the manufacturers, embracing all
sizes, shape.-* and qualities.
Paper & Envelopes.
This department is very complete, and
as the goods have been purchased from
the manufacturers, on the most favorable
terms, prices will compai*c favorably with
those of any other establishment in the
Province. Foolscap Papers, Letter Papers, Note Papers, Bill Heads, Statements,
Memorandum, Tissue, Blotting, Wrapping, and other Papers. Some beautiful
designs in Fancy Koto Papers from London and Paris. An immense stock of Envelopes of all styles, colors and prices.
Fancy Goods.
A very large variety of Fancy Goods al
ways on hand, to which additions arc being constantly made.
Miscellaneous.
A very large nnd complete stuck of miscellaneous articles such as aro usually
found in a stationery establishment.
Spec faciei, Ejc-UlushtK,
Pluylug Carth, Vl»ltliig Cant*.,
UiiHlneHB ('.mis, Cnril bnnril,
Curd Cases,   Vanes, Games*
Inks of all kinds,
liikstiuitls-plain aiul fnitcy,
Photo. Alliums, Plct tires,
AiitogrnpU  Albums,   Toys.
Scrap Hooks, Purses,
Writing Desks, Gold Pens,
Lutlii's* Work Baskets,
Gentlemen's Dressing Cases,
SnlhttM, Velvet Frames, tov., tot.
Earthly Ppradmb.—"Ah!" said an
old Highland piper, as he was describing to his comrades at homo his recent
experience in 'Edinburgh. "All! there
was ao nicht I'll ne'er forgot. There
wero eighteen pipers beside mesel' in
Mrs. Grass's wee baok parlor in the
Cowgate, nn' we woro a' playin' at tho
same tilne, an' a' playin' different
tunes, an X jist thocht 1 waa Uoatiu:
in Heaven.
NOTICE TO FISHERMEN
AND OTHERS.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT
the curing of Salmon Belmes,
apnrt from the Bucks, is not allowable,
unless the remainder of the Fish bo utilized for food, cither by suiting or otherwise.
ALEX. C. ANDERSON,
Inspector of Fisheries.
Now Westminster,
30th May, 18S2. my3l-hn
GREAT SALE!
GRAFTON   FARM!
mllF SUBSCRIBER WILL OFFER
J_    for sale by
PUBLIC       AUCTION
—ON—
Thursday, 6th July Next,
Nearly liis WHOLE HKRD of THO-
HOUGH-BRED
SIIOnT-nOBI DIMM CATTLE,
Comprising OVER TWENTY HEAD
of choice animal**, including !( Bulls and
Bull Calves.
Catalogues with full pedigrees will
Bhortly be issued nnd forwarded liy mail
to numerous parties, and furnished to
persons attending on day of Sale.
A number of BURE-BRED
BERKSHIRE    FIGS
Will also bo offered at same time.
Salo to commence at 12 o'clock noon.
Terms—All sums under 0116 hundred
dollars, cash; over that amount, oue-half
L*ash at timo of Bide, and on balance four
months' crodit will bo given on being
furnished with approved endorsed notes
bearing interest at rate of ten per cent,
per annum.
JAMES T. STEELE.
Grnfton Farm,
Spallumohcen, B.C, Mny'J"), 1882.
l>3#)
Pianos & Organs.
Having made unusually favorablean*ange*
ments with some of the leading Piano
makers in Boston, New York, Baltimore, nnd elsewhere, wc arc able to offer a
FIRST-CLASS PIANO
ut little more than has heretofore been
asked fora very inferior instrument. We
have the exclusive agency in this Province
for tho fine I'tnnos manufactured by Henry F. Miller, of Boston. A number of
these Pianos, imported by us, arc now iu
this city, nnd they are undoubtedly the
BEST PIANOS FOR THE PRICE
ever brought into this country. We are
nlso agents for the Knabc Pianos, the
Steinwny, the Weber, tho Decker, and
others, any ono of which wc cfttj supply on
the most favorable terms. Wo arc agents
iu this province for the Dominion Organ
(Vs. OrcUlls (of Bowmnuvillc, Ont.}, nnd.
ff. Bell & CVs. Organs (of Guelph,
Out.), and the leading -American Organs.
Persons Intending to Purchase
a Plaho or Organ of nny kind, Canadian,
American or European, will find it to their
ndvantugo to communicate with us.
Sheet Music.
L t.
The largest assortment of Vocal aud Instrumental Music to be found anywhere
on tho Mainland. Solos, ducts, trios,
quartettes, choruses, both secular and
sacred. A fine collection of the very best
Piano Solos, carefully selected by some of
the best pianists in the east. Sh'-ct music
sold at New York prices.
Music Books.
Always on hand, a gootl assortment of
Instruction Books for Piano, Organ, Violin, etc. The new and enlarged edition
of Richardson's Pinno Method. Also, a
collection of miscellaneous music books,
both vocal and instrumental. Music not
iu stock will be ordered promptly.
Insurance.
Wc arc agents for the Nomit Barnsii
asi> Meboantii-e Fire Ixsura.vce Co.;
Capital, §10,000,000 ; Losses paid, $25,-
000,000. Also, tho Confederation Life
Association, offering tho lowest rat«s on
the best security of any company doing
business in Canadn.
T. R. PEARSON & 00.;.
(Vliiml'iii nt. I'n'hu'cti 0. O. Jlijor'tJ nnd Jtinier*
{'iitiiilu^liniu'ii),
Now Westminster, B. C
STEAMER   ;
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W. RAE,
COLUMBIA STREET,
Neit Door Soutli of Colonial
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
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KITH AND KIN.
ICunUntttrth)
Judith looked at her, strangely moved; Delphine was the dearest thing
she had in the world—her must precious possession. To-day's interview
marked a change in their relations to
one another, an epoch. For until now
they had always met on terms of
equality; but this afternoon Judith
knew that she was holding something
back from her Bister, knew that she
stayed her hand from inflicting a blow
upon her—which blow she yet felt
Would have to be dealt.
"I feel aa if I had a great deal on
my shoulders," she answered, trying
to sneak carelessly. "And now I must
go, Delphine- or mamma will grow uneasy, and darkness will overtake mo.
nnd you must run homo ton."
"Thon the day aftor to-morrow, in
the afternoon, Judith ?"
"Yon. Mr. Aglionby has promised
that we shall have the brougham.
Give my love to Rhoda, and goodnight."
Tlie two figures exchanged a parting
kiss in the twilight, and went their
several ways.
Bernard did not return to Scar Foot
that night. He had left word with
Mrs. Aveson that he might not do so.
He remained all night at Mr. Whaley's,
at Yoresett, discussing business matters
with him. Judith, after her return,
sat upstairs with her mother, and wondered what made her feel so wretched
—what caused the sensation of fierce
desolation in her heart. Mrs, Conisbrough was quickly recovering, and
had begun to chat, though scarcely
cheerfully. Her conversation was
scarcely of a bracing or inspiriting
nature, and the blow dealt by tho old
man's wilt was still felt almost in its
full force. Likewise, she was a woman
much givon to wondering what was tu
become of them all.
But she no longer raged against Aglionby, and Judith did not know
whether to be relieved or uneasy at
the change.
On Tuesday morning Dr. Lowther
called, and pronounced Mrs. Conisbrough quite fit to go home on the following day, as arranged; he added,
that she might go down stairs that day,
if she chose. Judith trembled lest she
should decide to do so, but she did
not. She either could uot, or would
not face Bernard Aglionby, and, in
him, her fate. So Judith said to herself, trying to find reasons for her
mother's conduct, and striving, too, to
still the fears which had sprung up in
her own breast, to take no heed of the
sickening qualms of terror which had
attacked her at intervals over since she
had seen her mother on the morning
of the reading of the will—her expression, and the sudden failing of her
voice; her cowering down; tho shudder with which she had shrunk away
from Bernard's direct gaze. That incident had marked the first stage of
her terrors; the second had boen reached when her mother had openod her
eyes, and spoken her incoherent words
about"Bernardo," and what Bornarda
had aaid. The third and w-rst phase
of her secret fear had been entered
upon when Aglionby had solemnly assured her that, save his grandfather,
he had never possessed a rich relation,
on either father's or mother's side.
She had pondered upon it till hor heart
was sick. She saw the deep flush which
over-spread Mrs. Conisbrough's face,
every time that Bernard's name was
mentioned, nnd her own desire to "depart hence and be no more seen" grew
stronger every hour. Late in the afternoon of Tuesday, Mrs. Conisbrough,
tired of even pretending to listen to
tho book which Judith had been reading to her, advised the latter to take a
walk, adding that sho wished to be
alone, and thought she could go to
sleep if she were left. Judith complied. She put on her hat and went
into the garden. Once thero, the ro-
collection came to her mind, that tomorrow alio 2)\'um leaving Scar Foot-
that after to-morrow it would not be
possible for her to return here; she
took oouneil with herself, and advised
herself to take her farewell now, and
once for all, of the dear familiar things
which must henceforth be strange
to her. Fate was kind, in bo
far as it allowed her to part on friendly terms from Bernard Aglionby, '''
that was all she could expect. If, U
the future, she wore enabled to stay
somewhere in shelter and obscurity,
and to keep silence, what more could
be wanted? "By me, and such as me,
nothing," she said inwardly, and with
some bitterness,
In addition to this foeling, she was
wearied of the house, of the solitude,
and tlie confinement. Despite her
grief and her foreboding, she being, if
not "a perfect woman" at least a "nobly-planned" one, felt strength and
vigor in every limb, and a desiro for
extrcise and expansion which would
not let her rest. She wandered all
around the old garden, gathered a
spray from the now flowerless "rose
without thorns," which flourished iu
one corner of it, sat for a minute or
two in tho alcove, and gazed nt tlm
prospect on the other Bide with a
mournful satisfaction, and then, finding tliat it was still early, wandered
down to the lake sids, to the littlo
landing-place, where the boat with the
grass-green sides, and with the name
"Delphine" painted on it, was moored.
"1 should like a last row on the lake,
dearly," thought Judith, and quick
enough followed the other thought,
"and why not!" So thought, so decided. She went.to the little shed
where the oars were kept, seized a
pair, and sprang into the boat, unchained it from its moorings, and with
a stong, practiced stroke or two, was
soon in deep water. It gave hor a sensation of joy, to be once more here, on
the bosom of this sweet and glistening
Shennamere. Sho pulled slowly, and
with many pauses; stopping every now
and then to let her boat float, and to
enjoy the exquisite panorama of hills
surrounding the lake, aud of the long,
low front of Scar Foot, in its gardens,
A mist rushed across Iter eyas and a
sob rose to her throat as she beheld it.
"Ah," thought Judith, "and this is
what will keep rising in my memory
at all times, and in all seasons, good or
bad, Well, it must be, I suppose,
Hhennenwre, gowl-hy!"
She had rowed all across the lake, a
mile, perhaps, and was almost at the
opposite shore, beneath the village of
Busk: There was a gorgeous October
sunset, flaming all across the heavens,
and casting over everything a weird,
beautiful light and glamour, and at
the samo time thu dusk wan creeping
on, as it does in October, following
quickly on the skirts of the sunset.
She skirted along the shore, thinking, "I must turn back," and feeling
strangely unwilling to do so. She
looked at the grassy fringe at the edge
of the lake, wliich in summer was
always a waste of the fair yellow Iris;
one of the sweetest flowers that blows,
to her thinking and to mine. She
heard tho twittering of some ousels,
and other water birds, Sho heard ths
shrill voice of a young woman on the
road, singing a song. She raised her
eyes to look for the young woman,
wondering whether it wore any acquaintance of hoiB, and before her
glance had time to wander far enough,
it rusted, astonished, upon the figure
of Bernard Aglionby; whoso presence
on that road, uud on foot, was a mystery to her, since his way to Scar Foot
lay on the other Bide of the lake.
But he was standing there, had stopped in liis walk, evidently, so that she
knew not from what direction he came,
and was now lifting his hat to her.
' 'Good-afternoon 1" cried Judith
quickly, and surprised to feel her
cheeks grow hot.
"Good-aftomoon," ho responded,
coining down to the water's edge, and
looking, as usual, vory earnest.
"You aro not rowing about hero all
alone I" ho added, in somo astonishment.
This question called up a Binilo to
Judith's face, and she asked, leaning
on her oars:
"And why not, pray ?"
"It is dangerous. And you are
alone, and a lady."
Judith laughed outright, "Sliennamere dangerous! That shows how little you know about it. I havo rowed
up and down it since I was a child;
indeed, any child could do it."
"Could it? I wish you would let ine
try, then."
"Would you like it really?" asked
Judith, in somo surprise.
"Thoro is nothing I should liko better, if you will let me."
"Then seo! I will row up to tho
shore, and you can get in and pull me
back if you will, for I begin to feel my
arms tired. It is some time since I
have rowed, now.'1
This was easily managed. He took
her place, and she took the tiller-
cords, sitting opposite to hiin. It was
not until after this arrangement hud
been made, and they were rowing back
in a leisurely manner, toward Scar
Foot, that Judith began to feel a little
wonder as to how it had all happened
—how Bernard camo to be in tho boat
with her, rowing her homo. He was
very quiet, she noticed, almost, subdued, and ho looked somewhat tired.
His eyes rested upon her every now
and then with a speculative, half absent expresbiou, and he was silent, lill
at last she said:
"How came you to bo on the Lancashire road, Mr, Aglionby, and on
foot? I thought you would be driving
back from Yoresett."
"I did drive as far as tho top of the
hill abovo tho bridge, and then I got
out to walk round this way. You must
know that I find a pleasure which I
cannot express in simply wandering
about here, ond looking at tho views.
It iB perfectly delightful. But I might
Bay, how came you to bu at this side
of the lako, alone and at sunset 1"
"That is nothing surprising, for me.
We are leaving to-morrow, aftor which
we shall have done with Scar Foot
forever. I havo been bidding good-by
to it all. Tho house, the garden, the
lako, everything,"
Tliat "everything" came out with
on energy which smacked of anything
but resignation pure and simple.
"Bidding good-by ? Ah, I must havt
seemed a bold, insolent intruder, at
such a moment. I wonder you condescended to speak to mo. I wonder
you did not instantly turn away, and
row back again, with all speod. Instead of which—I am hore with you."
Judith did not reply, though thoir
eyes met, and her lips parted. Il was
a jest, but a jest which Bhe found it
impossible to answer. Aglionby also
perhaps judged it best to say nothing
more. Yet both hearts swelled.
Though they maintained silence, both
felt that there was moro to bo said.
Both knew, as thoy glided on in the
bnrp evening air, in the weird light of
sunset, that this was nut the end;
otUi things had yet to happen. Some
of the sunset glow had already faded,
perhaps it had sunk with its warmth
and fire into their hearts, which were
hot; the sky had taken a more pallid
hue. At the foot of the lake, Addle-
brough rose, bleak nnd forbidding;
Judith leaned back, and looked at it,'
and saw how cold it was, but whilo she
knew tho chillinoss of it, she was all
the time intensely, feverishly conscious
of Aglionby's proximity to herself.
Now and again, for a second at a time,
her eyes were drawn irresistibly to his
figure. How rapidly had her feelings
toward him been modified!-On the
first day she had Been him, ho had
struck her as an enthusiastic provincial politician; ho had boen no moro a
real person to her than if she had
never seen him. Next she had beheld
him walking behind Mr. Whaley into
the parlor at Scar Foot; had seen the
cool uncompromising curve of his lips,
tho proud, cold glance in his eyes.
Then ho had suddenly become the
mnBter, the possessor, wielding power
undisputed and indisputable over what
she had always considered hor own,
not graspinglv, but from habit and association. She had for some time
feared and distrusted his hardness, but
gradually yot quickly thoso feelings
had changed, till now, without understanding how, she had got to feel a
deep admiration for, and delight in
his dark, keen face; full of strength,
full of resolution and pride; it was all
softened at tho present moment, and
to her there seemed a beauty not to be
described in its somber tints, aud in
the outline, expressive of such decision
and firmness, a firmness which had
just now lost tho old sneering vivacity
of eye and lip.
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(NEXT TO ME BANK),
Whero Will lio folillti, US Usual, a coin'
piete assortment of
GROCEBIES,
PBOVtStONS,
Ami a fino line of
Dry Goods, Gents* Furnishing
Goods, &c.j Ac*
Which will ho sold nt tho tOWESf
POSSIBLE PKIOJSa for Cash.
Ho thanks his friends for their past
liberal patronage aiid hones for a con'
timtancb of tho same. nut
H. W. HUQHE87
& Book Agent,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
IWaiiIo Weekly Mall ..$1 00
Toronto WftiiklvGlutia 1 00
ITontronl IIornM ft We-ikty Stnr .'...'. 1 00
Muntirnl lVueklv Wllin*,...'in.i 1 10
Scifittlfii; Aliuricnn <-i-„,- .1 2ft
(■Vottlrili AiiHTicnn .Iiniriml  3 00
Pun r-'riiiirlscu IHllli'liti 2 A0
Hm I'w'fl Miicn/inn mul Wetlkly, cnril ., 4 00
lltitli'v'* I.111IW Hunk.......... '. 2 00
Sun FrSiioiMio Wodkly.Cftil (lo 1-ntikn free)..... 1 Iff
Fmlik Leslie',, I'liMiralioiiflftl I'lil-lie-lier'*. Price*.
nltcjilii'i* Lift' '. 2 68
IrrltMi'lof Tii.nnv 1: , 2 WJ
lelvomuiil I'tirtiidnorwivMiif I'n'shwnUtfU.H.
Ami nny otlier pniipio (if'MniuizIni's of Impnrt'tnctl
In Ciii.r-.-1t. or In Ilii'l-nJU'-ISI-iteft. Tlm liulMfn
ni-n-lH fiike 11 lot of sct-ds ntitl iilimtH, Yfi-Hilti at tlm
M.'i*lmiiii-'ri 1 tmtttill (.'. Tim iilii'vc nro nil ntTuml rit
thr 1111110 intern PlnitrflTil li.v |>tili1iri1ii>rs, nn ttitl
HimiiH- yon ii|iji|v (Iii* Hiiimei- Ilie pniiur will nrrir*.
ArgiiI W AYoH'I I'lli-liMifiiK On., duelph, Ont.
IlKNUVW-IltklllKH. Ap-it,
mill Neil* Wunttiilimter, II. C.
itfy- itiii'lj.li tir-inns—liest nirttttlr I'nrttculnnt on
i'tii|iiir,V.
ESTABLISHED   IN   185?.
L P. FISHER'S
ar n-W-sfaPb xt*>
DVERTISING
A
«- -033 !«- €12 TK*
■looms 20 mul 21, McrchniittL' tt*
change, California SM**m Cnl*
Kn.-ADVEKTl81.Ya SOl.ICll-tlD
,   for nil iiru-n-inper-- nulillnlii'il tm tho I'nclHi:
("••■nt, tli.-r>;liiil«-|!*l] ]*<l'11|f|**, I'olvm-illrl,  MuJ.1.1111
I'ortn, I'd 1111 mn, Viiljinrniiio, .Inn-in. Clilnn, N«-w
/t'tilnml, tliu Aitr-trultnii Coli'tilen, tlio Kiuttorti
Stat nit mul Kuni|io. KII01 of iiwtrly nvwy news-
|.:i|n'r I'liiilii-hcil on Dm lMHIk C0n.1t nrn kept
n.finlniilly nn lliiml utitl nil ii.lwtlWi*1 nro
-ilki-rYi-i! tree iiccufi tu litem during; bnalliMU liolll't*.
Tliti'leiiiTisti OoixunjAN In kept'on file al tlie
ufttaH-f L. V. FISH fill.
To ftissAsss, Complaints and Accthnts
wliich Uagyakd's Ysllow Oil I. Bimr.iv
teed to cut. or relieve cilber In Mam or
Bkast.
tmw imiwur roi
CROUP, I COUGHS,
CRAMPS, SORB THROAT,
ASTHMA, I COLDS, Jen,
APPUtD EXTCmMUY FN
RHF.UM.ITISM,
CHILBLAINS,
SWELLINGS,
GALLS,
LAMENESS,
CONTRACTIONS]
LUMBAGO,
DEAFNESS,
SPXAINS,
NEURALGIA,
CALLOUS LUMPS
STIFF JOINTS,
FROSTBITE,
CORNS,
BRUISES,
ITCH,
PAIXINBACK,
FAINInSIDB,to,
Every bonis Ruaraeteed to sta ull.be.
tion or money refunded.
DHUWOMWITK UOHIOTTU, MMfMft
X.ailBTONS, OO^Proprlrtcpt
TORONTO, OUT.
TIIE GREAT ENGLISH BEUEDY
Isolicl'er-fnillng
Cure for N«rv-
ouiDebllitr.Bl-
linuslril VlUllly
of h ny k I nd,
Wenkness, l'nr*
sly.is, still oil
lhe terrible ef.
feels ol toutliful
folllel, sod fl-
cesses In imiturer years,
Bit. MINTIK will sires lo forfeit
Vive Hundred Unllum for»cue of
this kind Ilie Vltttl Ul'8lor«llT0 (under
liis o|iecial advice mid lrenlment)will no!
cure, or Inr anything Impure or Injurious
found in It. DR. MINTIK 'rents all Pis.
cases sncccs.fully without msreory.
Consultation frCC. Thorough eiam|.
nation anil advice, $5'00. Pi Ico of Vital
Rosloratlvc, $300 » bottle, or four
times the quantity, 510-00; sent to nny
address upon receipt of price, or O O. D„
secure from observation, and In private
name if desired, by A. K. MUITIK,
H. 11.
Those who oonnot visit DR, HIKTII
in San Francisco should send a full nnd
minute statement ot their troubles with
$2R-00, nnd in return a full course of
Medicine will be forwarded, securely
packed, so as not ta excite curiosity.
All ordors fo, medicine 0. 0. P. mult
be accompanied with $1.00 (al it ftuar-
sntee of (rood fnltb), which will be de«
ducted when the package Is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE PRRE.-Sent qn
spplication by letler staling symptom*,
sex and age. Conunnnicatlona' strictly
coi.nilelilinl. Jny31.1y
II KfuriK-y eitrcrt, *•■ IrairlsM, Car.
AYRSHIRE^ BULLS!
rnHK USPERSIONIfl* HAS FOB
\_ snlo on reasonable Untie a few half.-
bred Ayrslilro yearling Bulls, sirerf by tho
Thoroughbred Ayrshire Bull
D-cr-c-p-a-Kx'-ir,
The iliims being choice dairy cows,
jell
A. 3. VEDDEft,
tjiiaus,

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