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Array GOTornmont Gtwett.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—IB  PUBLUaED—
f'very Wednesday & Saturday,
— BT—
D. ROBSON 6a CO.
OFFICE, OOLUMBIA STREET. Entmkoe to Editorial AND BUSINESS DEPARTMENT THROUGH T. R.
Pearson & Go's. Book 4 Stationery Store.
TERH8--By Mail, $3 a year i $1 GO Tor 6 mos. -
$1 Air 3 nioa. \, payable In A-lvruicu. Dellf era)
liy Oflrrlar or Agent, $1 par quarter, payable
quarterly to Carrier or Agent.
AOENTS
T. N. HisBEH & Co. --Viotoria.
T. R. Pearmm & Co •• Yale.
L. P. FISHER AdvertlHing Agent, 31 Merchant'!
Kxclmiijce, Ban Vrsnotieo, liautliorlsed to recelvo
Advertiiemeatl for tlii*- paper.
newspaper Ailvcrtldlnj; Buronu (10 Sprnco St.),
wliere ailvertUing contracts may bo mnde for it li
%\\t §titish Columbian.
Katnrday Morning, August 9, IBM.
Van norne Interviewed.
While at Victoria Mr. Van
Homo was interviewed by a reporter from the Time* which says: "The
General Manager of tho Canadian
Paoifio Railway has been intervinwod
by representatives of the press since
his arrival here, and, in reply to
questions, gave his impressions of
the country he had traversed, the
policy tho C. P. R. Company was
likely to pursue in regard to this
country, and tho probabilities in
reference to tlie future terminus on
this coast. He thought the Northern Pacific railway the best constructed of all tho lines at present
crossing the continent, and tlint it
would ultimately prove a success
financially. Of Victoria ho expressed himself as plensed greatly
with the beauty of the situation,
her magnificent streets und roads.
On tho question of tli« terminus he
was non-committnl,. One of his
principal reasons for visiting the
const was to make a selection for a
final terminus, but ere doing this
he would have to visit Burrard Inlet and then study its geography.
The line was now being built ou the
south side of Lake Kamloops. He
expected the line would bo completed from Montreal to Burrard
Inlet inside of sixteen months and
that a considerable exchange of
traffic would spring up between the
east and west. On the completion
of the road a line of powerful steam-
urs would bo put on the route from
the terminus to the Orient, as well
as const steamers to the various ports
in the province. The rond wns being rapidly constructed north of
Lake Superior and in the Rookies.
In the spring of 1885 trains would
be run through from Montreal to
the summit of the Selkirks in this
province. At the terminus would
be located the headquarters of tho
Western or Pacific Division of tbe
road. He states tbat the terminal
city will, beyond question, be one
of the two largest cities on tho conBt,
Sau Franoisco being the other. Thut
the amount of money to be expend
ed there by the company will bo
heavy, the buildings, workshops,
etc., to be erected will all be first
class, and in keeping with the operations of tho company elsewhere
The abundance of raw material iu
the shape of coal, iron, and wood
muat, of necessity, have the effect
of establishing immense manufactories at tho terminus. The journey from Montreal or Toronto to
Burrard Inlot can be accomplished
in 100 hours, and from Winnipeg
in 50 hours. Tho balance of tho
information related to tho Northwest, in the prosperity of which
every true Canadian must feel interested. His visit will be a short,
hut a very important ono. If a do*
cisinu bo arrived at in reference to
the terminus preparations will be
at once begun for the erection of
buildings, construction of wharves,
otc. Tt is gratifying to the people
of this country to bo assured by
Mr. Van Hurne that our long looked
for expectation is about to be realized and that during the fall of 1885
we will bo joined to our eastern
brethren. That through "solid
trains" will be run from Burrard
Inlet to tho Atlantic seaboard within our own borders, under the man*
agement and control of one company, whoso aim will bo to aid in
every way -the developing of our
wonderful latent resources. Mr.
Van Home will follow the route
proposed from Kamloops to the end
of the traok, where he will take
the train for the east. The journey
Will not be an easy one, as he will
havo to travel on foot long stretches,
one nt least of 100 miles."
Columbian.
VOLUME !
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1884.
NUMBER 11
The Power of Hie Press.
A burglar, while attempting to rob
a bloated bondholder of Maryavillc,
by mistake got into the humble residence of an editor next door. After
unsuccessfully fumbling around for
suitable assets for sogie time, In, was
disgusted to observe Um tenant of the
house sitting up \m led laughing at
him. "Ain't you old Skindorson, the
capitalist V inquired the house breaker. "Nary time," chuckled the journalist, "I'm the editor of the Screaming
Eagle." ''Great Scott," said the burglar looking at his item-winder, and
here I've been wasting four blooming
hours on thia branch almshouse. I
say, old quilldriver, you never puke
tun at your subscribers, do you?"
"Not the cash ones." "Exactly,1'Mid
the burglar taking out his wallet,
'hero's six months' subscription to oall
thia thing square. If there's one thing
on earth I can't stand, it's satire."
Statiatist.es show that the tendency
to suleide is much greater among regular gamblers from loses than among
business mon, The aharp strain of
the gaming table, short though it may
■be, spoils tho nerves and weakens fortitude more than tho strain of business.
Oavour, one of the most serene of men,
wu within an aoe ono great gambling
night of throwing half his fortune away
rather than call a card,and only called
it, as ho relates himself, because a drop
uf perspiration rose on his opponent s
forehead.
 .»-	
A man who has tried it writes to a
Chicago papor that a cloth kept wet
upon a rattle-snake bite will cure it
more surely than whisky,
a wontortPRock.   ~
A clock that will run four hundred
days without winding is on exhibition
in a down town window. It stands
under a glass shade about fifteen inches
high, and is of very simple construction, The only apparent I difference
between it and n Connecticut clock of
novel design is that in place of a pen*
dulum it has a time measure of equal
exactitude in tho shape of a rotary disk
of brass containing springs, which wind
and unwind as it turns first in one direction and then the other. The clock
is n European invention, and attracts
considerable attention from passers-by.
A salesman, in explaining its mechanism to a reporter, said: "There have
been former inventions of clocks to
run as long a time na this, but never
on auy such principle or with any success, as they nevor proved at all accurate. Until this clock was perfected,
no one over produced a clock of plain
construction aud genm-iil usefulness
that would run longer than a weok, or
n fortnight at the utmost. A view of
this wonder would have delighted
Huygens, the father of clock makers,
who produced the first timepioco in
the shape of a clod; 250 years ago."—
New York Mail.
- ...-..—.,    ....*»
The Sing's Yl inks.
One of Canute's attendants, a youth,
recently arrivod at Court, and desirous
of establishing himself in. the good
graces of hjs master, inquired of an
old official how he could bcBt attain
the object of his ambition. "Nothing
easier, maliciously repliu. tho uther;
"you havo only to imitate Iim iu
everything, and you are certain to
please him." The novice took the hint,
and remarking thst the King had a
habit of constantly winking, rosolved
to lose no time in following hiB example; and was no Booner admitted
into the royal presence than he began
to wink ho persistently that ii Attracted
the attention of tho monarch, who asked him if lio wore afflicted with ophthalmia. "No, Sire," ho answered,
"not in the least; I only wink because
your Majesty winks, and I thought to
rlesso you by doing the samo." "You
have pleased me without knowing it,"
said the King, to the astonishment of
the courtiers, who stood aghast at the
young man's presumption, "by curing
mu, I trust, of a bad habit into which
I had unconsciously fallen; but re*
member that in future you will please
ine more by endeavoring to imitate
tho good qualities of others instead of
their dofecta."
-**■
Russia and India.
Every stop whioh Russia makes towards the Himalayas makes tho true
patriot the more regretful at tbe Crimean War. It waB a disastrous blunder. For the sake of bolstering up an
etl'ote dominion (whieh only exists
through the jealousies of othor Powers),
and of strengthening the handB of a
usurping Emperor (who was dethroned
sixteen years later), we quarrelled with
a rising and then friendly nation. The
Russians were just In such an embryo
condition regarding the industrial arts
as to make our commercial intimacy
especially vatuable. The trade connection sMl subsists, but tlie sentiment
of frit, ir1 ship by which it was accompanied has been transferred to thn
other branch of the Anglo-Snxuii family
across tho Atlantic. Stuce the Crimean
war England and Rush,,. ! . ,u regarded
each other with une- ;ing suspicion.
We have personified Iter a: a cunning
Boar, always ready to "gh .he hug
to somebody or something; while iu
Russian oyos England Is the Grey Wolt
of the Sea, cold-blooded, greedy, and
unscrupulous It is useless to regret
the post; the practical point to con*
aider is what our future behaviour to*
wards Russia ought to be. There is
now really only Afghanistan between
the two Empires. Afghanistan is a
country in which it is very easy to
foment disturbances'. Supposing in
consequence of suoh disturbances, Russia found it her manifest destiny to
annex part of Afghanistan, ought we
to consider such annexation as a causo
of war? Unless military experts assure
ub that the neutrality of Afghanistan
is absolutely necessary for the safety
of our Indian Empire, it might be well
to let Russia alono till she touches our
owu borders. Suoh a warlike nation
aa the Afghans, if subdued by force,
would be always ready to throw off the
yoke, and would in view of an attempted invasion of India, weaken rather
than strengthen Russia. — London
Graphic,
"O, mamma, if you will believe it,"
laughed a pretty girl on her return
from the picnic, "tho boat jolted as
we touched the wharf and threw me
right into the lap of a young gentleman 1" "WhyI" was the horrified rejoinder, "What did you do?" "I-I
asked him if he would please exouse
my landing a little prematurely."
. af*	
A Nebraska girl, who is paying a
visit to the Pacifio coast, with one felt
swoop destroys tho illusion that hus-
bands ara to be had for the taking in
California. She declares that although
the mon are in tho' majority, that
"most of them have run away from
martini ties elsewhere to enjoy a nice
quiet time."
—i      **>      —-—■
A statement emanating from the
Imperial Office at Pekin places the
population of the Chinese Empire at
280,000,001).
31   H. NATHEHfl, M. D.
mcE-Temporarily In Wise's building;,
v Front street.
Residence—St John atreet, opposite the
Public Bchool, New Westminster.
mhl5-tc
T> t. BEN TfjRY, M.B.M.C P.* S..O.
*" PHYSICIAN * SURGEON.
Hunreon to Royal Columbian Hospital,
Medicftl Officer to the Asylum for tlie Insane. Office—McKeniilo street, New
WeHtralnster. British Columbia. [8el5-tc
rt   K.TRKW,M.D,M.C.P.*fcS„0.
'      PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
Surgeon R C. Penitentiary, Burgeon New
Won tm luster Jail, Coroner for the Distriot.   OFfieE-Comer of ClarkHon and
McKenzie Streets.    Residence, Mary St.
' ■■■ . ae-lMc
P      '    PHYHKIANSABUROBONK
Office, Columbia st., opposite City Hotel.
Ottoe always open, day nnd night.
Arch. MacLeod, B. A., M. D., C, M. (Mc-
011 J), formerly of New York Polyclinic.
A. HacSwaln; M. P. (Harvard), Licentiate of Royal College of Physlolans, London, Eng. myl-Mo
TT M. COOPER, B. A, M.D,
'    PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OFFICE and BEHIDENCE-Churcli St.
. (next-door-to Farmers' Home), near
, Colhrnblaflt., New Westminster, B.o.
OFFICE HOURH-Stol0a.ni.; Ito 8 and
6.80 to 8 p. m. Calls in town ami country promptly attended to. fe2tc
JOHN 8. HfGUIRE, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
Graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, as
nlso ARH.Btant Surgeon Into Honorablo
East India Company Sen-Ice, wishes to
announce to the people of Lillooet District lhat he has taken up his residence
at CLINTON and opened a drug store. All
commitIcatlons by mnll promptly attended to. myl7*6m
J. A. CALBICK,
BUILDER& CONTRACTOR
ALL KINDS OF JOBBING AND REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTKD.
Kill mate* Furnished.  Saws Sharped aud Set.
SHOP—Merchant Square, Columbia SU,
New Westminster, In rear of Tlioa. Oven's
Blacksmith Shop, feWtc
BOOTS and SHOES
•BOM
HE AT HORN'S
Boot & Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PRICES.
R THOMAS,
8'iop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Columbia Bt., New Westminster.
TVR. CHEADLK,
J} DENTIST,
Associated wltl. Dr. Welsh, can he found
at his offlee, 6ver D. 8. Curtis A Co.'a drug
store, Columbia street, New Westminster.
Offlee-hours—From fl a.m. to 12m.,and
from 1 to 5 p.m. Je21-lc.
pORBOULD * MoCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
OFPiCE-McKenglo street, New Westminster, B. 0.
AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST
100 columns and 100 engravings In
each Issue.   43rd Year.    $i.M a fear.
Send two 3c U. S. Hiamps for sample
copy {English or Gernuinl of the Oldest
and Rest Agricultural Journal tn the
World. ORANGE JUDD CO.,
*Da\*ldW. Judd, Pres.
751 Broadway, New York. Jell-tc
T   T.WILKINSON,
'CUSTOM BOOT A SHOE MAKER,
Chilliwhack, B.C. First-Class workmanship. Repairing neatly and quickly executed. Terms strictly cash.       mySI-Sm
M
CRRAY * FRY.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS,
draining, Knlaominln,: unil Paper-Hang,
ing. Sirni'-Clnrkson atrept, opposito the
Now Woatmlnaler Jail, Hew Westminster,
Britisli Columbia. ap2*te
-llf Ml BLIZA TOWUi.
GROCER & GENERAL DEALER.
Good- Accommodations for Travelers.
1 Opposite Steamboat Tending,
LANBLEV ac.
 myU-Sin	
pOVAl. HOTEL,
OE *1 .tKVIIXE, niriLUWHACK.
myai-W-ly
(eoramodatiou for Traveler..
MRS. M. A. HARPER,
Proprietress.
-jtr-U. H. A. HARPER,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
DrrdMAlu. linnrtr,, Nlllln.iy.md
ruurtiMda.
First-Class Dressmaker In attendance.
 myav-hMy	
H
UQHBS A ATKINSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
And Conveyancers.   Accounts collected
and Loans Negotiated.   Office, Columbia
street, opposite the Post Office, New West*
minster,!). C.             ,
J. C. Hughes,             T. C. Atkinson.
Notary Public.
 Jelt-to 	
C. D. RAND,
Notary Pdhlic.
E. E. RAND.
Real Estate Rrekcrs, ttmvejwictffftiwd
luuistt Agents.
J-on Moody and New Westminster Property a specialty,
\. TICE-Columbla Htrfeet, opposite Post
Otflce, New Westminster, ac.    Jlyfite
rp J* trapp,
Atrai'IONBKR AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street .New Westminster
Arrangements are being made for an
extensive Auction Bale of Real Estate, to
take place In Hny Next* Parties desirous
nf disposing of their farms, etc., will do
well to place the same In the hands of the
above.
All commissions will rccolve prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given when required. nih!2-tc
TfT    H.   FALDING,
LAND, HOUSE ANDGENKRAL AGENT
Accountant, Collector, Conveyancer,
LIKE, FIRE A ACCIDENT INS. AGENT,
Custom House Broker.
Agent for P. T. Johnston A Co., Seedsmen,
 Victoria,	
And John Leahy, Brewer, Victoria.
office :
McKenzie St, one door from Colnmbia St,
NEW WESTMINSTER, R C.
apao-tc	
K. OROABDAILK. A. W. JONES.
OROA80AILE ft JONU,
BeallsUie Agents and Broken.
Particular attention paid to the snle of
farming lands.
Money to loan at low rates of Interest on
Improved farms.
Large lists of town and country property
for sale.
OKPICB-Governinent St, near Broughton,
Victoria, I. c.     P 0 box ML       ap5*tc.
HORSE FOR SALE.
•IITABLE FOR EITHER SADDLE or
rjH.rn.is.  Alao-a
■nd Bridle. _Apj>ly.to.
H.rneis.  Also-an  Engtl.b  saddle
Jlyaotc
. C. BLANCHARD,
Sapperton.
Every Man to his own Business
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PRACTICAL
CHEIWIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLONIAL HOTEL).
NKW  WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Pbyilclani' Prescriptions and Family- Recipes a Specialty.
N.  B. — Only Genuine Drugs used.
Over twenty years' experience,    mr2i*
MESSRS.
Respectfully beg to inform tho public of
New Westminster and District tlmt
they hava commenced business as
Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen
Keal Estate Brokers & Agents,
Conveyancers* Accountants, Ac.
And nre now prepared to receive Instrnc*
'tions In their several brunches.
All business placed in their hands will
recelw prompt attontlon.
They have for sate Town nnd Suburban
Lots tn New Westminster,
Town Lots at Port Moody, Port Kam*
nioutl and Lots on town sites at
Hestlngs, Granville and
English Buy
Also farming lands on the Lower Fraser.
Office—FnosT Street,
Opposite C. P. N. Company's Wharf.
fcMo.
COME AND SEE
THE PROPRIETOR JAMES TURN-
BULL, having again taken possession
ofthe TEMPERANCE HOUSE fronting on
Columbia and Church streets, opposite
Episcopal Church, City of New Westminster, B. 0., and now known as the
FARMER'S    HOME,"
Will aceommodato all his old friends and
tho public generally who favor him with
a call, at oldprlccB. Board por day, $1.00;
Board per week, 85.00; Single Meals, 25
cents; Beds, 25cents, «ffl*Good accommodation for Ladles and Families.     au2Dte
OEOSS'
MUSICAL AGENCY,
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Victoria,   -   •   British   Columbia.
htkinwav ruum
KIBKMAS PIANOS'
CHICKEBINU FIAKOg
BAINEH PIANOS
W. IIK 1,1    .1 COMPANY'S ORGANS
 (jnaetoi 	
FURNITURE I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
aure in announcing that he is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, kc,, at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in lirst-class style.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of publio patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Store. auBtc
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER & MANUFACTURER OF
AXD AM. KINDS OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
WILL VISIT .THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
be happy to receive and execute orders
for all kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from the Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Kcary, N. W., will re-
oelve prompt attention. jy28tc
Union Temperance Hotel,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
Board nnd Lodging.    Horses for Hire,
THOS. BARTLETT,
ap30-tc
Pproprietor,
Sunnyside Hotel,
GRANVILLE, B. C.
McLEOD&McINNES
PROPEIETOE8.    [Jly&mil
GRANVILLE,
Burrard Inlet, B. G.
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
PROPRIETOR.
(Jlyayi)	
W. M. JONES,
LOOO-IH!, £SC.
M-ED BAY, B. C.
pltEPAKKIl TO F1IHN1S1! nil »lllll*
Cedar Posts, Slats, Shakes,
Anil iinyllilliK In tilOflOtlflr llll.i
jm.* saweat :■•■• ■ ,'.-m
(Jjiaci
0.  J.   i-vwiuh)
BUTCHER,
CKNTBKVIIXE.eHIU.IWI-AOK.
The Best of Meats
Contttantly on iinn-t.
my'Jl-Sm
WE8T END
Plain and Fancy
,,   uuui),   nm),  uumutf-
And Confectionery always on hand.
Delivered to'any pail of the Oity.
,,   Oolumbia Street.
Jc2l*tc
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, • BRITISH COLUMBIA.
S3" Liberal advances made on Consignments.
To facilitate the sale of Real Estate, I
have complete maps of Victoria, Esquimalt, New Westminster and the Districts.
N. B. Parties desirous of selling tlieir
Stook, Stock in trade, or Fuuiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can find a Cash Buyer by calling
on tlie above. Oflico of the British Columbia Wire WorkB. All sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
Office of Harbor Mauler and Fori War*
den. felO
B. C. A, A.
1883.
jf or §alc er lo $tnt.
FORSALE.
A SINGLE PLAIN BEDSTEAD, WITH
wool anil Btmw in attreB.cn. Apply at
FQR-SALE:
/Sne milch cow.
Apply to UBS. SILLITOE.
 QylMe)
 TO-
KURTZ&CO
-FOR	
CIGARS
[Signed] A. PEELE, Seo. j
 (ool7tc)
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Tiie Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in tne City,
THE CULINARY DEPARTMENT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
MRS. TRETHEWEY,
 GENERAL	
Groceries,
Provisions and
Dry Goods.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
hu purchued the ahove Hotel, when
•verythinKwill be found flnt-ohtu, and
at Kawnable tates.
The rirloi-i ui Sleeping Apart
■eiti ate under the superintendence
of Mrs. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms tor Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private leading Boom, com-
modioli., comfortably furniihed, and
well aupplied with book, and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
Is supplied with the choicest brand, t
Wikeh, Liguom, Cioam, ko.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Pbopbictob.
General Agent   for British   Columbia
for the
Lamb Knitting Machine!
flood Accommodation for Travellers and Tourists.
Wllhln Ore urinate.' walk «f Ike laU.
war st.llen,
ST. MARY'S MISSION, B. C.
Mrs. T. is a duly qualified and certificated none and accoucheur, and ia prepared to give the best attention uid
acfiommodation to invalids and ladies
during confinement at hor home as
above, the situation of whioh is one of
the most salubrious and delightful on the
Lower Fraser. A skilful physician will
be in attendance if required.    je25m3
-DOMINION-
WOODS £ TURNER,
Conveyancers.
Real Gslnle AkoiiIm,   Land   ("urvejorn,
Dravgfctswcn, nnd Innarunrr tfcrntN.
Our property lists are now very complete, and wu would call attention to the
following selections, wliich wo aro enabled to offer at .very reasonable figures.
Titles guaranteed:
New Westminster City.
Lot 20, block XXXII—good residence
site.
Subdivision of lot 10, liloek XXXV—
00xlS2foet.
Southwest ' of lot 1", block XXXVI.
New Westminster Suburbs,
Lots 7 and 8, block V—-gradotlj cleared
and fenced j adjoining wsiuence »«f W. B,
Townsend, Esq.
l,ot8 (i8 and 70, block V.
Subdivisions of lots I ami ~, block li.
Subdivisions of lots 10 and -'.I, blook 7.
New Westminster District.
(iood farms in all parts.
105 acres on Falun Creek road.
4,r)0 acres at Matsi|iii—good dairy fnrm;
highly improved; to be sold with Etock
and implements if desired.
*JH0 acres nt .Snmns—a splendid clmnce
fordniry fanners.
245 acres near l.adiit>r's landing.
.'(■_'0 acres on Lulu Island.
Port Moody.
A large and complete list, embracing
all parts of tho Townsitc,
Land Surveying
In all its blanches; maps compiled, tracings prepared, and all descriptions of surveying carefully and promptly attended
to,   30 years' experience.
Having been over almost the whole of
New Westminster District during our
sun-eying tours, wo are in a position to
give intending purchasers a correct description of the property offered.
Money to tend on approved neenrity at
low rates of interest.
Agents For
The Phonix, of Brooklyn, and the
ilverpool k London k (Jlobe Insurance
Companies.
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho United States.
Cladding, McBean k Co's terra cotta
chimneys and vi.rifiud stone sewer
piping.       i	
OFFICE— Ellar-d's Block,  Columbia
Street, New Westminster,
apl2*to        WOODS A TURNER.
(LIMITED)
New Westminster, B. C.
BEG to return their sincere
thanks to friends and the
public for the liberal patronage
bestowed on them during the
past year and take pleasure in
stating that they arc now in a
better position than ever before
to supply anything and everything in their line.
HAVING largely increased
the capacity of the Mill
and added a most complete outfit of wood-working machinery,
the)- are jww manufacturing all
kinds ol
-INOIiUDINO	
Lumber,
Shingles,
Pickets,
Lath,
Sash,
Doors,
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS,
SCROLL, SAWED, AND
TURNED WORK.
 ALSO	
FURNITURE
Of all kinds on hand or made to
order on short notice.
Having imported -the newest
and best machinery in the market, we can guarantee FIRST-
CLASS WORK at LOWEST
PRICES.
Orders from the Interior carefully and promptly attended to.
Price Lists furnished on application.
JNO. B. HENDERSON,
'•28to* Makaoid.
Cows for Sale.
SIX GOOD COW 8 FOB iALL   AP.
ply to
A. IBVING,
For Sale!
31EN TOWN LOTS FACINO ON LOUQ-
. lu Slreel, «outh ot Pelham Street,
pply lo ,
,„. HENRY V. EDMONDS,
JeH-tc Und Aftnt,
Oxen for Sale*
TWO YOKE OP S-YEAR OLD WORK-
OXEN tor ule. Girth from 6 feet 11
m. to ; feet 1 In. AUo-1 BULL and 1
STAO, unbroken, good alee.
WM. B. LADNER.
mh29tc Ladner*. Landing.
Milch Cows For Sale.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAB PROM OKB
to ten good milch cows for sale. Th»y
are quite gentle and flrst-class milker)).
For particulars apply to
pTgannon,
Butcher A stoek Dealer.
rnhlfMc. Ladner's Landing*
THEI
1
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS FINK ss-tW COMMODIOUS
new Hotel has been recently completed and is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations ore unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, which hu become the most fashionable
WATERING PLAGE
in British Columbia. The prospect is
charming, the sea breezes are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bar
Is entirely detatched from the main
building.
tf The Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence of Mrs. Black.
First-clans stabling and feed for Hones. Busses to and from New Westminster twice a day,
QEO.  BLACK,
jy28to Proprietor.
ESTABLISHED 1889.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
newly Opposite Ike Colonlil Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
T
|HE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
IN ACCORD ANCE WITH THE provision* made &t last sciislon of the legislative assembly, notice is hereby given
Unit ii Free High Sohool will beopenednt
New Westminster,
During the first week in August next.
This will he u Government School, and
the course of study will bo thut proscribed
by the Provlneinl Educntloiml Department. The curriculum will embrace all
subji'i-ts noeessary tor College matriculation, and for qualifying persons to obtain
provincial teachers' certificates. The
school will be under a first'clnss teacher.
Persons desirous of entering tho classes
should communicate with the Secretary
as early as possible.
T. J. TRAPP,
myS*tc Bee. Bit. of Trustees.
F. F. NEL80N,
HA8   JUST   OPENKD   k  NEW
Store it
PORT   MOODY,
Where will In found • fall .took ot
Dry floods. Groceries, ua Ben-
enl Nerehandlse,
Which will be .old «t New We.tmir.ater
Prion.
ifnalf.rll.rlk Aaarrlna JrrMrM ■■•
IT Noxt Door to dedoni. Hotel.
teSO-to
R. T.WILLIAMS,
B(
iOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magarines, Illustrated Papers,
etc., neatly and obeaply Bound.
-fiovermeiii Street, Victoria, i.e.
Farm to Rent
THE  "BROOKHURST PLACE," situated 8 miles from Ladner's Landing
and 9 from New Westminster, consisting
_,,,., *a_*  .._...-_.. —■•-nUptefl
of 164 acres of flrst-class land, well a
for fanning, and especially adapted for
grafting purposes. Fine chance. Terms
ensy.  Parties are Invited to call and In*
jlyWto
FARM FOR SALE.
.ftPPOSITE OHILlSWHACK LANDING
W on the north side of Fraser river,
well Improved; good orchard; 400 fruit
trees; a fine lot of small fruit; 16 aores In
timothy: good bouse, and barn. For further particulars apply either by letter or
person to
R. 0. GARNER,
• Jlyiete Johnson's Landing, B. C.
FOR   SALE.
A FARM OF 100 ACRES IN LANGLEY
Municipality, opposite Port Ham*
mond. 10 acres cleared, with small house
remainder covered with alder and vine
maple bush, with but very little heavy
timber. Boll a u^Uonnly deep clay loam.
Will be sold cheap for cosh.
Apply lo
PAUL MURRAY,
Maple Ridge.
FOR SALE.
W. H. KEARY
Wishes to dispose of his I
k Mom and the good will of tbe business. .TERMS EASY, which can be obtained on application to T. J. Armstrong.
March 81st, 1881. ap2*lc.
FOR SALE.
mHK BEST DAIRY FARM IH THB
-L Province of British Columbia, situnted
In Lower Sumas, consisting of 1900 acres,
of which HOO Ib prairie and the remainder
timbered. There is ugood dwelling house
of 11 rooms; a flrst-class dairy with water
power complete for churning; a large
barn 180x84. Terms, one-half down and
balance on 0 years* time at'8 per cent.
Vill be sold with or without stock. Apply
to A. 8. VEDDER,
Jei-Sip Chilliwhack, a C.
FORJ5ALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runningthrou£h
the premises.  Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's Landlnt;,B.C.
SECOND-HAND
En Wale!
CYLINDER 8xi2, SUITABLE
for direct action Saw-mill: with
Saw Arbor and tno 62 inch Spalding-
tooth Saws; also, feed gear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler. The whole is
In good order, and may be seen at the
Brunette Saw-mill. Will be sold at a
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS. & CO.
New West., 20th Dec, 1881.   [de22tc
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I
ll Imve mnde application to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase one hundred and
sixty acres of pastoral land situated In the
Kamloops Division of Yale District, on a
creek emptying Into Stump Lake, at m
post about 8 miles east of Peter Fraser's.
running north 20 chains; thence west 80
ehulns; thence south 20 chains; thence
east 80 chains.
DONALD FRASER.
Kamloops, July 3rd, 1884. JlyUmS
I. LEHMAN,
Importer and dealer In
kStol dill Sail of Hu4M
Coftch-bullding. Dlnoksmlthing, Hon.,
Ox and Male Hhoelnr, and General Repairing promptly attended to
TALE BRITISH COLUMBIA
"lul brain Mum IK-A"
Lot, e, 7, K ami 17, Block XXXII,Vote,
Block XXVII, and Lot, U ami It,
Block XX VIII, alHn tke dtn
of yew Westminster.
M
CEKTIFICATB OT IMDBVMAt-
ible title to the above mentioned lots
.. Jl be Issued to Henry Valentine Edmonds on tbe 32nd day of August, UW,
Silent in tho meantime a valid objection
ereto be made to tho undersigned in
writing by some person claiming nn estate orlnterest In said lots, or some part
thereof.
CHA8.JAA.LK00ATT,
Acting Registrar-General.
Und Reglatrq- offlea, fist liny, IW.
myM-9m NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Licenso Act W. N. Btilo
Tenders fur Wharf Surrey Council
For Sale This Offlce
Tea..., Kylo& Tilton
Reward Jno. S. Clute
Notice Wm. Smithe
Teacher Wanted Robert McKce
Notice Jno. Kobson
Appuiiitnieiits Prov. Sec.
P.iulic Notico (2) Win. Smithe
$[ht fritish Columbian.
Halartny Hunting, August 0, MM.
The Lund Reserve.
In tlw Times oi Tuesday wo notice a letter ou tlw liurnml Inlet
reservu qutM ion, pur|.ortinf» to have
been written nt Poi-t Moody. Ah
the letter in tlutml tlio _t\\, mul up
peared in tlw Times of tlw 5th, it iu
more than likuly it was written nt
Victoria ami not at Port Mooily.
The writer of this letter mentions
the rumor that tlm provincial secre-
tary owns some Unt] nt Coul Harbor, and that tho ivseivi! is allowed
to remain so us to enable him to
dispose of these lamia to ud vantage.
"The less land iu the market in t,lmt
vicinity," he says, "the liigl|pi; ic is
Imagined the price can be raised."
We do not for. a tyomet-t believe
that this land has been reserved for
any suoh pprpase, and tlw fact that
an annonymous writer makes the
insinuation is no kind of proof.
The correspondent proceeds to sny:
"No one can object to Mr. Kobson
purchasing land from private individuals, but if he used his official
ppsitioo to withdraw public land in
tjie same vicinity from sale, for the
purpose of advancing the price of
his own, be commits un act the
Gohnist will find it difficult to justify, and which tlw legislature should
enquire into." With this we cordially agree, and if ib is found that
the lands about Coal Harbor have
been reserved for the advancement
of the provinoial secretary's private
interests, The Columbian*, will riot
hesitate to declare that he has been
guilty of a gross breach of trust.
It was stated op tlw street yesterday that the C. F- B. syndicate had
applied to tlw government for a part
of $e■:•■■ reserves for railway pur-
poses. Now, if this report be true,
it may possibly reveal the reason
why thu: lands have been kept in
reserve. Including the lauds urn-
braced within the Hastings Mill
Co's. lease (which expires in about
tjvo years), we believe tlw lands in
tjw neighborhood of Coal Hm-bor
belonging to (the government amount
tp about 20,000 acros. It is quite
evident, that, if the railway ever
goes to Coal Harbor tliese binds
will become vory valuable. Tbe
government, could, therefore, with
perfect justice comply with ihe syndicate's request and givo up a small
portion of this reserve on condition
tbat tho line be extended to Coal
Harbor or English Bay. The remainder would be so vastly inci eased
in value tljut it. v^ould bring into
the provincial treasury hundreds of
thousands of.dollars. But if it is
proposed (as (dated by some) to give
all these, lunds to, the syndicate us
an inducement for the extpusion of
tl^u line to Coal Harbor, we are
utterly opposed to Lhe.proposition,
and we think it cannot be defended
upon any grounds of. publje (wlicy.
It makes very little difference to the
province as a whole where tlw road
finds its, final teiminus, and we can
not, see how tlw government could
lie justified in giving away provincial lands for an extension to Coal
Harbor, unless there is to be some
real and tangible consideration. If
by giving away one or two thousand
acres of land, wliich hus no immediate value of any extent, the prov.
ince will increase the balance of tlw
reserve to the value of $500,000 or
$6,010,000, then the government
will be perfectly jiistified, and the
provinct* will reap an immense benefit. There would be created a source
of revenue large enough .to build
almost every necessary road iu the
country, and to carry on large and
important public improvements.
The Branch ana Terminus.
For many months the people of
this eity, and others throughout the
province, have been waiting anxiously for the nrrival of Mr. Van Home,
general. manager of tho Cuuadian
Pacific Kail wuy. It hns been generally known that the syndicate
have hitherto' bad their attention
wholly occupied With matters pertaining to that patt of the road
whioh lies east of tlw Rocky Mountains, and have been able to give
very little consideration to the questions which are agitating (he public
mind in this provinco. But the
road has now entered British Columbia from the east, and its completion is sufficiently near to make
it necessary that tho final location
of a terminus and the immediate
erection of terminal works sbould
t» promptly made. Mr. Van Home
oame to this oity on Wednesday and
; hid an interview with members of
of tbe oity council and others, a re
port of whicli will be found elsewhere. Tt is useless any longer
for auy person to <ljsgiiitje tlie fact
tlmt tlw syndicate have determined
if possible to carry the road down
to souw point on Coat Harbor or
English Buy. That is their purpose,
according tu Mr. Van Home's statements, and the only question now
standing in the way is whether the
government will surrender a sufficient quantity of lands in that vicinity for the syndicate's use. At the
same time the holders of property
at Fort Moody bave the nwst positive assurance that the present line
to that place will not be abandoned.
When asked if the Port Moody line
would be taken up, Mr. Van Home
replied, "Decidedly uot, as the whole
of the inlet would be required,"1
There seems to be littlo. dnnbt that
the provincial government will meet
the wishes of the. syndicate respecting the resetived, lands, unless tliese
wishes are. unreasonable. Looking
at the. question in the light of pro-
jVinriaJ interests it must bn obvious
'thut these reserved lands will be
comparatively valueless unless the
road is carried down, whereas us
one of the termini of the 0. P. R.
they would be of immense value,
and enrich tbe provincial treasury
to an extent that has nob yet been
dreamed of. It is to be lipped: this
question may be settled) without
further delay. Mr., Vim Homo
pointed ont that the doubt now
existing nbout the terminus has
been seriously injuring the province,
for of hia,own knowledge there were
capitalists waiting to invest at tlw
terminus whenever it liecame a fixed
fact. With respect to. oiur branch
line, it seems-, that tbe construction
of it is also involved iu the settlement of Uw terminus. If the road
goes do>v.n. to. Coal Harbor, Mr. Van
Hot-no had no'doubt a branch would
be built to this city: if it does not,
he could bold out no encouragement
for tite brunch. It must oppear evident th.it if the main line comes
within one and-a-half miles of the
city, the construction of the connecting link will be.a matter of easy
accomplishment. Mr, Van Home
wus decidedly of opinion thut it
would be better for this city to be
on the main line than to become the
terminus of a brunch, and in this he
coincides with the opinion expressed
by The Columbian which Senator
Mclnnes foolishly attempted to ridicule at tlw public meeting. It cannot be said that the visit oi Mr.
Van Home waa whpljy satisfactory.
There is nothing absolutely settled
with respect eithei* to the terminus
or the connecting link, although tho
confpi-onco undoubtedly leaves us
■fairly to infer that, the load will
go to Goal Harbor, und that a connection with this city will bo made.
Young, old, and middle-aged, nil ex-
iperienco the wonderful beneficial effects
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Young children
sufferiug from sore eyes, sore cars, scald-
head, or with any scrofulous or syphilitic
taint, may be mode healthy and strong
by its use.
FOR SALE:
LAMB KNITTING MACHINE.   Price
810.  Apply at This Offlce. aalllc
Land Registry Ordinance. 1870;
Lot 40, Group I., Yale Division of
Yule District.
WIIERKAH THE CEIITIFIC'ATE of
Title of Daniel Ashworth to the
above-mentioned Lot, bearing dnte the
12th day of February, 1831, has been lost,
and application hns been made for a rti:-
fillcate nf sw-h Certillcatc, Notice Ir there*
ore hereby given that such duplicate will
be issued unless cause be shown to tho
contrary In writing within one month
from the date hereof.
CHAS. JAS. LEaGATT,
Acting Registrar Genera).
Land Registry Ofiiee. Kith July, 1SW.
 (Jlylftml)	
Thsdiitre*
Ing fueling of
weariness,  of
TIRED OUT.
exhaustion without effort, whioh makes life
■a burden to an tunny i»--|-l<\ In due to tho
fact Unit thu bto<»l Ih poor, and tint vitality
potiioipiontly foelilc. If yon are siUTerlnj
from Mich feelings,
.Ayer's Sarsaparilla
i.i jiu-t wlmt voii need, nud will do youiueal*
t-ulsibv good.
No oilier preparation so concentrate-, and
comMnt-H Vm"--!*- i'yint;, vitalising, enrich*
Iny, rail Invigorating <*ttnlU|ua ns .yvi-h'h
Bajisai-aiuixa.
. -v,i>i-Am'.n 11V
'Jr.J.C.A;".riCo.,Lowoll,MaM.
'.•.!.!!.,'.■;: I'.«:;:i,'..: ?l. >l> bruin, far M.
NORMAN'S
Electric Belt Institution,
Established Itm,
4 Queen street East, Toronto, Ontario,
Theso Elotiro-Curatlvo Belts, Insoles
and Trusses nre ttttprrlnr to nny other
Remedy known to man for tho iranteUI*
Me Sellef and Permanent 4'nrr of nil-
ments arising from Indiscretion, abuse or
accident, nnd nil diseases of the blood and
nerves, such bh
Kervns Debility,
Constipation,
Genital Weakness.
Liver Complalnl,
Womb Troubles
Inmbago,
l-ever A Aumr,
■benmallNM,
Oysealery*
Diarrhoea,
Paralysis,
Sciatica,
■IWoasHM*.
■ndlfeMlon,
aiefplesHneittt,
Nenratgla,
Kidney Disease,
Impotenry.
And a host of uflllct Ions over which mod*
Iclne has littlo or no control. Tbey have
been many years before Iho people of
Canada, anil nro moro used than ever,
which speaks bettor for them than any
private testimonial. Consultation and
circulars with testimonials free,
mblWm A. XOIHAN.-J.I.
Teacher Wanted.
A DULY QUALIFIED TEACHER wanted for Prairie Public School.  Applications will be received up till 12th Au-
Langley Prairie, 0th Aug., 1881.
REWARD.
A REWARD OP TWENTY-FIVE DOIr
litrn will be paid by the undersigned
for such information as will lend to the
conviction of certain parties who maliciously broke thd windows and othorwiso
InJ'irod his house and property on Polhtim
St., New West in 1 nsl er.
JNO. 8. CLUTE.
New West., Aug. 8, im. aailto
Tenders for Wharf.
rnKNDERS "WILL BE RECEIVED by
X tho Surrey Municipal Council up to
Saturday, Iflth inst., ut 1 o'clock p. in., for
the building of a Ferry Wharf at Brown's
Landing, Frasor River. Specifications
ean bo seen nt Mr. Jan. Punch's, Brownsville, or at McDongiill'K logging camp,
Mud Bay. The lowest or any tender not
neeiwM-ni-lly nn-upted,
Surrey, A ug. 7t h, ISM. nufltd
IOO   CHESTS
Pure Uncolored Japan Tea 1
Healthy and Invigorating,  the natural
leaf unadulterated; put  up In Mb.,
2-lb. ami 4^-lb. patent canisters,
K Y L E & TILTON.
nuBto
Bon Liquor License Act
THE BOARD OK LICENSE CUMMIH-
sionersfor New Westminster District
an* prepared to receive applications for
Licenses up to ilOlii September, 18M.
Forms of application and detailed information will be given on application to
Ihe Chler Inspector, Mr. Ferris: of whicli
ail parties concerned arc required to lake
notice.
\V. NORMAN BOLE,
Ist Commissioner.
Dated Sth August, 18M. aulltd
NOTICE.
A SITTING OF THE COUNTY COURT
of Victoria will be held at the Court
House, Cowichan, on Thursday, the 18th
day of September next.
By Command.
JNO. KOBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Sth August, 18M. nuDml
Pkovinciai. Bkorktauv's Omen,
flth August, t
HIS HONOUR THE   LIEUTENANT-
Govemor has been plensed to in-ifcn
the following appointments!—■
Coi.KF.Liua Booth, Esq., to be Assessor
and Collect or of Taxes, under the "Assess-
mont Act, 187fi," nnd niiieniilim Acts, for
tho "District of Victoria,!' vlee It. Jones,
Esq., resigned:
Hrkuy Fnv, Esq., J. P., to bo Registrar
of the County Court of Vletoriii,.linldeu at
Cowlehnn, ntiDIl
PUBLIC   NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlml all
public lands In New Westminster
District, situated tO tho Wesl of Mli-Si-i-Ml
Hoad and the North Arm of Durrani Inlet,
and lying between the North Arm of the
Eraser River and a Mho drawn duo East
and West, distant live miles North of
Point Roohe, nre reserved from sale or
settlement until further notice.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Com..of L. A W.
Lauds and Works Department, Victoria,
11. C., Aug. 7th, ISM. autlml
1TOTIOB.
CANCELLATION ov RESERVATION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Ihe
notice published in the British Columbia Gatette, dated loth September, 1870,
reserving the eiwt half of Section 12,
Mayne Island, has been cancelled, anil
that this land will be open to pre-emption
nml purchase three months from the date
hereof.
WM. SMITHE,
Chief Com. of L. A W.
Lands and Works Department,Victoria,
RC.Ang. ilth,issi. .   miliinl
       %!£_r
PUBLIO NOTIOE.
LILLOOET DISTRICT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, In pursuance ofthe provisions of an Act
W, Vic, eh. IU, that tho following described parcel of land situated near Big
Bar, lias heen set apart ns a common fur
depasturing cattle, via:—
Commencing at the S. E. comer of N. %
ot Section SI, Township I, Lillooet District,
being tlieS. E. corner of the properly ol
T. Harper, Esq.; thence due EnsfJiulIcs;
thenee due Nortii 4 miles; thence due
West 1 mile; thence due South ;t miles;
thenee due West I mile; thenee due
South I mile, more or less, to the place
of beginning.
WM, SMITHE,
Chief Com. utl. A   W.
Lands A Works Department, Victoria,
11. C, Aug. tlth, 1881. aulhv]
MONUMENT?
TO   LEW.
D. J. ROBSON,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Sole Agent for British Columbia.
an2tc
FURNISHED   BED-ROOM   for  single
gentleman; five minute-.' walk from
Post Olliee.—Apply at Office of This Paper.
(OUfltc)
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVK KXTI-.N*
slve facilities for
STALL  FEEDING,
On their premises at Liihglny Prairie, and
are prepared to tako cattlo for winter
fntenlng or keep. Butcher-- .mil stockmen who wish cattle kept fnt und in good
order will Uud ovory faulllty, and moderate charges. The farm is only lit miles
from New Westminster, and is on the
Trunk rond. INNES RROS.,
aufltc Langley Prairie.
F. KIMBLE,
CITY BAKERY
 AND	
PRODUCE    DEALER,
COLUMBIA    STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER
  (nu'itc)
EXPRESS RATES.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE the rates
of express freight on iiackngpa and
parcels, safely and properly put un and
not containing any extra valuable or
dangerous compounds will be:
Between Victorin and Xcw Westminster.
PnckngCH under 10 lbs.. 25 cts. eacli
Packages over ll and under 28...50 cts. each
Packages over 2-1 and under B0..75 cts, each
Packages over 50 at 1 cent perlb
From New Westminster to Yale.
Less than it lhs 25 cts. each
From 8 lbs. to 10 lbs 50els, each
From 10 lbs, to 2511 is "5cts. each
From 251 bs. to 50 lbs SI 00 each
From 50 lbs. to75 lbs $1 50 each
From'73 lbs. to 100 His. or over..2cts. per lb
TO LYTTON AND POINTS BETWEEN
YALE  AND   LYTTON.
Less limn 2 lbs 25 els, each
From 2 lbs. to 5 lbs 50 cts. each
From 5 lbs. to 10 lbs 31 00 each
From 10lbs. to25lbs 10cts. perlb
From 25 lbs. to 75 lhs 8 cts. perlb
Over 75 lbs U cts. perlb
To Spenco's Bridgo, Nlcoln, Savona, Knm-
loops, Cache Creek and Clinton, 20 cts.
per lb,
To Barkerville and all   points between
Barkerville and Clinton .,25cts. perlb
On C. O. D. and valunhlo packages one
per cent, on value In addition to ordinary
rates.
MONEY  RATES
Hctwccu Victoria and \ew He-.tmii.Hler,
,18 CTS. PER $IU4».
Remittances insured against all risk at
"Lloyd's."
i'K.k\k s. uutvutn.
Manager B. C. Express Co.
FRED. HOMER, FllONT St.,
auZtfl Agent New Westminster.
COLUMBIA STREET,
B, 0,
-■'KALEKS IN-
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
Fruit and Confectionery.
Hotels and Private Families will savo
money liy purchasing their aupplics at
tliis Store as all Goods are sold nt HOT
TOM PRICES.
Consignments of Fruit will receive tlio
strictest attention.
Orders from the country carefully at-
tuuded to.
Goods delivered in nny part of the
city free of charge.
Mcdonald  bbos.
(jlyMi.l)
CALEDONIAN
ST.
ipic-nsrici
—ON—
JUST   RECEIVED
-A Consignment of——
San Juan Time!
From the "KUftEKA CO.," which we
offer at tho
LOWEST MARKET PRICE
HOMER & SON.
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
North East part (X0 acreB) of Lot 307,
Group I., New WestminBtor
District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE of
Title of Daniel Ashworth to the
Nortii East corner of the above mentioned
Lol, bearing date tlie 23rd day of June,
ISS'J, has been lost and application has
been made for a duplicate of such Cortlfl-
cute, Notice is therefore hereby given
thai,8110b duplicate will be issued, unless
ciiuse lie shown to the contrary iu writing
within one mouth from the date hereof,
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar,
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster District,   .
8Dth July, im. auSml
ia College!
FOR GIRLS,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
VISITOII, Malum nr How nralmlnalrr.
I'KIMll-VI, )■!■» IMivann;
»lrn.l-ltl\<ll'Al, .WaaII,llntvaon.
Ncxl Term Begins Sept. 2nd.
I'cfai Unui'ri anil Tuition, silk) nor milium. Franoli, Mualo, Drawing nnif washing cxtrn,
APPLY 'TO THE PRINCIPAL.
,1111    VI
SAPPERTON,
New Westminster. British Co*
lumlila.
PATHOS, The HurqnlA of Lame.
THIS IS A DIOCESAN SCHOOL for the
higher education of Boys iind Young
.lien, embracing also n Junior and Preparatory Department,
Fees [Inclusive] per annum, $«ft. The
only extras are for Books, French, Oer*
man and Singing.
Next term opens September & Appl>
for prospectus to the Principal,
JlyMtcag     REV. C. J. BRENTON»M.A.
btotiob:
XT OTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that my
±\ wife, E. A. Deane, holds my power
of attorney during my absence, for the
collecting of rents, interest, and the sell
ing of property, Ac.
Jyl2te   "
R. W. DEANE.
O.R. & N.CO.
NEW  SCHEDULE!
TN FUTURE THE STEAMER
"IDAHO"
 WILL   LEAVE	
Tacoma I New Westminster
EVERY   SUNDAY
At 1 p. m. Leave Seattle same date at
midnight; leuve Port Townsend Monday
morning nt 8 o'cloek* arriving at New
Westminster on Tuesday nl about nniin'.
Returning,leave   '''''* -n V""7
uteri
Via the Ishimls,
EVERY   WEDNE3DAV
Al Sn. in.; HiTiving lit TacomnTlnirsdny
nfternoon.
JI»'26Ui O. E. CLANOEY, Agont.
I kouik auguuui
—AT THE—
AGRICULTURAL GROUNDS,
New Westminster, H. C.
PROORAMMB.
GAMES A SPORTS.
Ju hoes—Senator Molnnoa, Messrs Ijild-
law, itoss and Rankin.
Putting the Heavy Stone, 21 Ihu 88 00
"       »   I.hrlit     "      17 lbs (100
Quoits, 21 ynnfi -I Oft
ToHslng Caber, 18 ft. long, (I Ini'hes In
diameter uf butt HOO
Polo Vaulting ft 00
Throwing Heavy Hammer,   18 lbs.,
handle MY, ft 8 00
Throwing   Light Hammer,   12 itw.,
hamllc :%feot  fl 00
RUNNING 4 JUMPING.
JUDGES—O. Black,   Dr». McLeod A Me*
Swain.
[No Weights allowed In Jumping.]
Running Long Jump SS 00
Running Hop, Klcp ami .lump 8 00
Standing High Jump 8 (10
" lioug    «'      8 00
Running High Jump 8 00
Hurdle Foot Race, Uio yards 0 00
« " HOC yds, il hurdle*. 8 00
Old Man's Race, 200 yards fi oo
Mimicd Ladles' Race, UW yards ft 00
Girls' Race, under IB years II 00
        0   "     2fi0
Wheelbarrow Raco  fi 00
Sack Race 4 00
liorlg Race 7 00
Tug of War..  I 00
DANCING.
.lUOfiKH—Mrs. MelnncH, Mrs, Liddlaw.anU
Mrs. i,. f. Bonson,
Highland Fling S) 00
Gillie Galium; BWOril Dunce II 00
Scotch Reel ft 00
Mcnlfh Reel, for Ladles fl 00
Best Highland Costume, men fl 00
»       ™ " ladled fl 00
Best Piper, Reel Music 8 00
"     if     March and Pibroch 8 00
aiyaota)
E. G. PRIOR,
Direct Importer nud Dealer In
Government Street,
VICTORIA, B. C.
fc20*flm
LSHIR
SHMES
SHEgEES
THE» Subscribers have on
hand a large stock- of
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Shakes, Doors, Win.
dows, Mouldings, Turned Work,
&c, &c, which they are now
selling cheap for cash.
BRICKS AND LIME,
A job lot now on hand, and will
be sold cheap.
ALSO, a quantity of Second
Class RUSTIC, FLOORING, &c, which will be sold at
bargains, as they wish to clear
up their yard.
CONTRACTORS and
others who intend building will find it to their advantage to call before purchasing
elsewhere.
SECOND-HAND
PIANO
FOR SALE OR TO RENT.
jly23tc T. E. PEARSON ft CO.
C. P. N. CO. (LIMITED.)
NO   CHANGE
 IN THE	
UP-RIVERSERVIOE.
STEAMERS WILL CONTINUE to lenvo
New Westminster for Hope (calling
at all wny porta) nn usual, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY morning, at Ji
o'clock.
JNO. IRVING, THOS. L. BRICJGS,
* Manager. Ageiu.
■     (Jyl2tc) »
-THE CELEBRATED-
Acknowledged hy all Musicians to have
NO SUPERIOR
In Canada.
.OF THESE.
FINE INSTRUMENTS
Just Received from tho Factory, and
now on exhibition.
STEEL
—AND—
Agricultural
Machinery.
Sole Agent for
Meet-lug Twine filmier*, Buckeye Mow*
er*. Wntitnii Hnlky Bake. HooHler
Ilrlll A Broadcast Heedcr,
Hay landers    Umlltani    Wagons,
Minnesota tiller Ttin-shers, Etc., Etr.
.Planet Tr. Cultivators.
'IE
General Groceries,
Provisions,
Dry Goods,
Hats and Gaps,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware,
Crockery,
Tinware,
ALL goods furnished during
the month are to be paid
for on or before the 15th ofthe
following month (unless where
there is a special contract), as
wc intend to sell cheap and keep
short accounts.
ROYAL CITY PLACING MILLSGO.
 LIMITED,	
NEW WESTMINSTER.
jm-to .
Fort My!
To Capitalists, Investors,
Speculators, Land
ij  &c.
-AND-
GENERAL DEALER
LMfliVS LANDING, U
(ly%i)
THE  UNDERSIGNED
is authorized to offer for
sale in shares,
Lot 104, Group l,
Port Moody, containing 130
acres, more or less. This property is centrally situated, about
% of a mile from the Harbor
Front, at either the Machine
Shop Reserve, the Railway
Wharf, or the end of the North
Road. It is nearly level land,
easily cleared. The North Road
runs along one side of it, and
the Clarke Road close to the
other side. The adjoining property is held at from $600 per
acre up.
PRICE $300 PER ACRE
In shares of not less than 5 acres.
For Terms of Payment and
other particulars apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT,
Columbia St., New Westminster
(iyBto)
We offer these flrst-class Organs at extremely low prices for cash. Call and
see them.
T.R. Pearson & Co.,
New Westminster, Solo Agents for British Columbia.
NOTICE.
ON AND AFTER THIS 1'ATE THK
Express for Yale and abovo will close
at 12 111. on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays. For Victoria, Mondays, Wert*
nesdpys am) Fridays at (I p.m.
F. 110MF.il,
Jc2t-te Agt. B. 0. Ex. Co.
l^TOTIOE.
WE HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT
wc intend making application to
tne Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase Uve un-
surveyed Islands In Fraser River, lying lo
the south of lot 458, group I, and containing l"iO acres, more or less,
HENRY A. HICKS. ,
JAMES MORAN.
June 17th, 1864. Jc21-2m
NOTICE
rS HEREBY GIVEN that I have made
application lo the Chief Commissioner or Lands and Works, at Victoria, lo
purchase ;{fl)aei-es of pasture land, situate
near the upper Nicola river, and the
Junction of C. M. Beck's creek and adjoins land sought to bo purchased by ('.
M. Bonk on May 28th, 1884.
Tho land 1 wnnt commences at Beak's
South West corner stake, from thenee due
EustSO chains tostako marked "G reaves,"
thence duo North 40 chains to stake
marked "Greaves," tlienco duo West 80
chains to stake marked "Greaves," thenee
South 40 chnins to starting point—con-
tnf nine 820 ncres.
J. B. GREAVES.
Douglas Lake, Juno 20th, 1881.       JlyJIlm'i
LOOKOUT!
For this Space. It
belongs to
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, Port Moody, B. C.
 jalO-tc
ST. MARYS CARRIAGE
MANUFACTURING COMPANY
(ISraftPOHATKD.)
HAVING ESTABLISHED
immediate connection with
paper manufacturers, we are
prepared to furnish the various
grades of paper, put up in quarter-ream packages and upwards,
at much cheaper rates than formerly,     A test lot will prove
. this faet. Our stoek also of
miscellaneous books, with the
usual lines of goods associated
with book stores and stationers,
is always kept complete.
T. N. HlBBEN & CO.,
my31*to Gov't St., Victoria.
WK HAVE JUST OPKNK1) AT
W. J. Freaca's Old Stand
COLUMBIA SHEET
(Centrally located for convenience of
Ladies ordering), a Market to supply tho
Public with all kinds of Fresh, Salt and
Smoked
Fish,   Game,
Vegetables, Fruit,
 AND	
Whero therv will always lu found a good
supply on hand.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE OP
CHARGE to private houses and hotels,
upon orders being left at the office.
We respectfully solicit tho patronage
of tho l'ublio.
tr Remember tho stand—Two Doors
below Tnpp Bros.
WINDSOR 4 NELSON,
Manager, at Market.
JAMES TAFFANDOLE,
jlyfitc Manager Fishing.
ASSOCIATION.
QnnrMlee Capital ••
..$l,ii
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A HOME COMPANY,
This Association merits the
confidence the Public is repos
ing in it from the following
FACTS:—
The Security offered to policy holders In
unsurpassed by any Company doing business in Canada, :  .„
ItUosnoBchemcsof insurance, but the
well-established lines, hence tho policy
holders cannot bo misled ns to their con*
Its statements to the public con be readily understood, Ita cash statement show-
Ins every Item of income and how expends position 1« ascertained nnnually from
a detailed valuation in which every Item
of liability Is included.
Its progress hns boen unexampled In
tho history of Insurance In Canada.
IU policies are Indisputable after three
years, and non-forfeltablo after two years'
existence. .......
Its profits are distributed upon an equitable DBtls. The proflls to ono class of
policy holders are not lessened to give
larger profits to uny other class, which
method affords superior advantages ovor
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal C«tllliM» as la Residence aad
Travel.
.!. K. MnoDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Agents, New Westminster.
Je7*3tnr-.aHcrna!e.
Capital,   $48,000.
A Division uf Surplus Slock will   lake
place on   -
SUBSCRIBE NOM'.
SHAKES  for SALE  $2 EACH.
This Is the best Investment in the country. Send for prospectus nnd full part leu-
lars to
JAS. THOMPSON,       II. A. L. WHITE,
President. See'y-Ti-ens.
,    St. Mary's, Ont.
AGENTS WANTED.   B|C COMMISSION.
Westcott House!I
PORT HAMMOND, B.C.
Mrs. W. S. Westcott,
PROPRIETRESS.
Mltfl. WESTCOTT begs to announce to \
the travelling public that she lum i
leased the hotel nt Owl Hiimmond lately,
occupied by Mrs, Sinclair, which she Iiiik|
entirely rearranged nnd neatly furnished i
new throughout, and named ns nbove.
The house wilt bo conducted strictly as n I
flrst-class country hotel, where tmvellem |
may at all times depend upon tlndliit; |
best accommodation and polite attendance at reasonable prices. Jyi'm't
I
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
DRY GOODS,
HARDWARE.
BOOTS & SHOES and
GENERAL DEALER,
Port Haney, BV C
M:
R. DOCKSTEADER also conduct's
in connection with his Store, a
Boardinir House!
AND   RESTAURANT,
Where travellers can always be accent--
modatcd with comfortable, clean lodgings and meals cooked iu the very best
style and consisting of every delicacy the -
market affords in its season, at moderate-
prices. j28m:
Latest Arrivals!'
-AT-
MSS.
EIAJttDI
Just Received,  EX  STR. IDAHO, a-
mugniflcent stock of
Latest Style Sboes!
From ono of the beat itinmifaotories in i
the world. Theso shoes embrace all the ■
finer lines, and are of n stylo and quality;
NEVER   BEFORE   SEEN]
In this Province. Call nnd oxamiuo lor
yourselves.
—ALSO	
From 75 conts to 93.60 per yard.
The largest Stook of
Gentlemen's Hats, 1
The best styles, and tho best value, in
the city. j.'28tc ADVERTISING   RATES,
Transient Advertisements.—First insertion. 8 cts. per line; subsequent Insertions,
8 cts. per line.
Regular Commercial and Business Advertisements,—1 column, 512 per month;
Weol., 87 por month; Heoi.. 34 per month;
2 inches, 82 per month; 1 Inch, 81.00 per
month. Theso rates to bo charged on
standing advertisements which remain
over S months. Jf for n less period the
rates will bo: 1 col., Slit per month; % rot.,
8»; J^col., 85; 2 inches, S3; 1 Inch, 82.
Specials, among rending matter.—First
insertion, 10 cts, per lino; subsequent Insertions, 5ots. perllne.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, 81 each.
Funeral notices accompanying denth no-
lice, GO eta. extra.
ilffl* All transient advertisements will he
measured by a scale of solid Nonparlel,
which makes 12 Hues to the Inch and 7
words to tho line. Display lines must bo
allowed for In making estimates. No advertisement Insertcc for less than 81.00.
liu f ritish Columbian.
Saturday Morniug, August 0, 18*4.
Nanaimo has been made uu independent port of entry.
Hon. Mr. Ohapleau and the Ohinese
commission nre in Victoria.
Messrs. Kyle &• Tilton advertise 100
chests of pure, uucolorod Japan tea,
The O.P.N.Oo. has I'eduoed regular
fares between this city nnd Victoria to
83.
Remember tho concert at Granville
to-night in nid of tho Nunaimo relief
fund.
What lias become of the new prison
which wns to bu erected hero this
season?
The Btr, Adelaide takes a private
pie-nie pnrty up to Pitt L-uko this
morning.
The str. Idaho took 000 cuscs of
salmon from Evveu's cannery Wednesday morning.
It is expected the new road to Granville will bo finished beforo the end
of this month.
The str. Dunsmuir came over from
the inlet on Thursday und left for
Nanaimo yesterday morning.
The total pack of salmon at Ewcns
cannery this season is reported at
nbout seven or eight thousand cases.
Fanners are having nu unusually
fine opportunity for securing tho harvest. The weather is very favorable,
Mr. B. Wilson came over the new
Granville road yesterday and says it
wilt be a splendid road whon finished.
The August number of tho West
Shore is received. It states that the
Cceur d'Alene mines have completely
fizzled.
From a notice published elsewhere
it will be seen that tenders are asked
fur the construction of a ferry slip at
Brownsville.
The Victoria city council has sub
mitted a by-law to borrow 850,000 to
purchaso the electrie light nnd for city
improvements.
It was expeoted the O. P, li. track
would bo finished as far as Drynock
yeBterday, and it is tu reach Spenco's
Bridge in 10 daya.
The telephone company is rearranging its wires bo as to' prevent tho confusion whieh has hitherto been a source
nf much annoyance.
There waa a fino shower of rain ou
Tuesday night, accompanied by thunder and lightning. Sinco that time
the sunshine has beon uninterrupted.
It is proposed to give Hon. Mr.
Mowat a publio welcomo ou his arrival
home from London, wliere he has successfully conducted the boundary case
ou behalf of Ontario.
Some Vandals broke a large mini*
bur of panes of glass in a vacant
house belonging to Mr. J. S. Clute, on
Pelham st., aud a roward of $25 is
nfiured for their scalps,
The trustees of Upper Sumas lmvo
engaged Miss Dallas as teacher, and
on her arrival presented her with a
complimentary address. This is decidedly a now departure.
Miss Davidson, of Victoria, has
boen engaged to tako the senior girls'
department in the publio school at this
oity. The teacher who was expeoted
from Ontario did not come. .
Tho Masons of this eity wish ub to
convey to the ladies of Surrey their
thanka for the bountiful nnd excellent
provision made for their entertain*
ment on the occasion of laying the
corner stono of Christ Church.
Tho city constables report most disgraceful proceedings at tho Indian
rancherie opposite the orescent lost
Thursday night. In the interest of
pcuco and morality wo sincerely hopo
these Indiana will bo ordered out of
the city.
Tho Globe. Bays it ia rumored that
the retirement of Sir Leonard Tilley
from the Dominion cabinet will tako
place in a very short time, if it haa
not taken place already, and that Mr.
Thomas White, of Montreal, will bo
or ia hia successor.
Professor Wiggins says that an infusion of tanacetum vulgare or common tansy, taken both aa a drink and
ns a clyster, will effectually prevent
the spread of cholera. He has tried
it on different microbes nnd it kills
them instantaneously. Ho says its
general usu will wipe the cholera from
Europe in 24 hours.
At the Bluo Ribbon mooting on
Wedneaday night the following pro*
gramme was given: Chorus by tho
choir, solos bv Misa M. Grunt and Mr.
D. fi. Calbick, aolo and chorus by Mr,
D, B, Calbick and tlie choir, readings
by Mr, W. It. Austin nnd Mrs, Bunte, recitations by Misa Bell aud Mr.
Geo. Grant. The attendance was
small.
A distinguished French savant has
deciphered several ot the hieroglyphic
inscriptions on ancient buildings in
Mexico, and found them to be Egyptian. The discovery is an interesting
one, giving aome color to the suspicions of several antiquaries that tne
ancient civilization of Central America
ia partly derived through emigration
from the shores of the Mediterranean.
News for theFarmera.
Hay Presses and Hay Tedders substantial and cheap to be had from the
Albfou Iron Works Co. Limited, Victoria, B, C.  |yUm2
Tub Rblibp Fund.—What has be*
como of thu subscription for tho Nanaimo relief fund which should havo
Iwen taken up hi this oity? Surely
some effort Bhould be mado without
• delay to obtain something in aid of
such a deserving charity.
— ♦   .   ——
WhitkBronzb.— Attention is called
to the white bronze advertisement
which appears in another column. It
is claimed fur this metal that it is very
muoh more endurable than marble, and
•costs' leas. A whito bronze monument
lias been erected iu tho Masonic come*
tery over tho grave of tho late Dr.
Sivewright. Mr. D. J, Robson, who
ia agent fur theso monuments, will bu
glad tu give full Information respecting
them. Orders may bo loft with Mr.
O, G. Major.
Quite a Difference.—The mayor
denies absolutely that either he or the
council ever interfered with Constable
Wiggins to prevent him from looking
after tho Indians, and Constable Wig*
gins now admits that he recoived instructions tu visit the Indian camps
for the purpose uf preventing disturbances. This is very different from his
statement before the police magistrate
on Monday.
 ..*»*——————
Church Services. —In consequence
of the sorious illness of hia mother-in-
law, Rev. Mr. Watson was not able to
leave Victoria on Friday. It has been
arranged that Rev. Mr. Dowler will
preach in the Methodist church tomorrow morning, and Rev. Mr. Hemlaw in the evening. Rev. J. S. Mackay, M. A,, of St. Andrew's church,
has kindly consented to take the Port
Moody service at 3 p.m.
 __.	
Menagerie Stock.—Tho Bmall proceeds of the sale of Wombell's menagerie has called attention to the great
depreciation in the prices of wild
beasts. One German dealer has twenty-
seven eleplmntB on hand. Tigers havo
fallen from-E200 to £80. A two-horned
rhinoceros, bought by the Zoological
gardens twolve years ago for £1,250,
could now bo had for £100. Dears can
bo bad for tho gift. This would be a
good time to got up a menagerie for
the royal city.
       -»     	
The Railway Party,-Mr. Van
Home returned from Victoria yesterday, accompanied by Hon. J. W.
Trutch, Mr. Onderdonk, ancf others.
In the afternoon they drove out to
Port Moody where the whole party
would take the train and proceed over
the C. P. R. to the end of the track.
Mr. Van Home will then continue hia
journey over the mountains. He stated
to a Columbian reporter yeaterday
that no definite settlement had been
reachedjwith the provinoial government
respecting the lands at Coal Harbor.
Thoy had discussed the whole matter,
and he was of opinion that a satisfactory arrangement would be mado. He
expressed himself delighted with British Columbia, nnd said the materials
for trade here wore quite beyond his
expectations.
—.—_ ■•»
Police Court.—At the police court
yesterday morning 2 Indians got $4
each or 10 days, and a little Indian boy
94 or 5 days, for being drunk. Alox.
Henry, a white man, got 81.25 .or 48
hours for a similar offence. Another
Indian charged with being drunk and
resisting the constable waa remanded.
Connor was charged with driving too
fast uver the plank walk, and with
abusing the constable. He applied for
an adjournment, which was granted
till Tuesday. The mayor, who was
present, said he waa astonished to Snd
in The Columbian a statement to the
effect that Constable Wiggins hud justified his inaction with respeot to the
Indiana on the ground that uio council
had given him to understand lhat he
should not disturb tho Indians. About
throe weeks ago he (the mayor) had
expressly instructed tho constable to
look after the Indian camps, nnd especially to visit them on Saturday nights
and Sundays, and tho constable nad
stated to him that none uf the council
had given contrary orders. Constable
Wiggins contended that he had not
been correctly reported; that ho had
not stated that tlie counoil had interfered with him, but that Mr. Elliott
had fuund fault because he was driving
the Indians out of the city... Capt.
Pittendrigli said ho was present on
Monday and tho report given by Tub
Columbian wna correct. He never
heard Mr. Elliott's name mentioned.
The police magistrate said the words'
which appeared iu The Columbian
were not those uttered by Constable
Wiggins, but he waa bound tu say that
tho impression conveyed to the editor's
mind was precisely the same as he
(Mr. Bole) hod received. Tho mayor
said no such instructions had ever been
given to his knowledge, but tho very
contrary. Constable Wiggins admitted
he had received no orders to let the
Indiana alone, and maintained that hia
remarks had been misunderstood.
Upon a time of more settled prosperity;
and we trust and pray that the Great
Head of the Church will abundantly
bless your ministry, that his work may
be mightily advanced among na. We
ask yuu to accept of the accompanying
Bible as an earnest of our good will, and
a token of eur determination to heartily
second your efforts for the advancement
of the Master's work in this place.
Signed on behalf of the congregation—
J. C. Brown, chairman of committee;
A.J. Alport, sec.
Accompanying the address was a
very handsome pulpit Bible. Rev.
Mr. Mackay replied in a happy and
appropriate address. The programme
whieh followed consisted uf solos by
Mrs. Cox and Miss Sutherland; piano
solos by Miss Alport and Miss E.
Jamieson; vocal duets by Miss Sutherland and Mrs. Henderson, and Mr.
Mrs. Henderson; a piano duet by
Misses E. and A. Jamieson, vocal
music by othor members of the choir;
nnd a reading by Mr. D. Wilson, B.
A. Rev. Mr. Jamieson delivered a
short address in which he congratulated the congregation upon securing
the services of Mr. Mackay as pastor
of St, Andrews. Rev. Mr. Allen, of
tho Reformed Episcopal Church, alao
mado u speech, and the meeting closed
about 10:30 with the. Doxulogy and
Benediction. Mr. J.C. Brown occupied the chair, nud tho social is pronounced to be one of. the most enjoyable and successful ever held in this
city.
      ♦—.	
James Ellard k Co. beg to inform
the Ladies of New Westminster that
they have secured the services of Mrs.
W. A, Charles, a first-class Dressmaker,
late of San Francisco, to take full charge
of their Dressmaking Department.     *
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is designed for
those who need a medicine to purify their
blood, build them up, Increase tlieir ap*
petite, and rejuvenate their whole system. No other preparation so well meets
this want. It touches the exact spot.
Its record of forty yean is ono of constant triumph over disease.
The sale By-Law.
CARRIED BV A VOTE OF 96 TO 26.
Yeaterday a public vote waa taken
un the by-law authorizing the city
counoil to sell the city squares. Considerable canvassing was done on both
aides, but the result shows unmistakably the sentiment of tho city. The
count was ns follows: St. Andrew's
ward, 34 for, 6 against; St. George'a
ward, 30 for, 11 against; St Patrick's
ward, 32 for, 9 against; total, 00 for,
20 against. There were 4 spoiled ballots. Wu are glad the citizens have
shown their good sense in sustaining
this sheme by such a handsome major*
ity. It may be mentioned that the 4
spoiled bnllota were intended to be
cost in favor of the by-law, th/s voter
having written "aye" on the'face of
tho ballot paper.
Presbyterian social.
A HEARTY WELCOME TO THE NEW PASTOR.
On Tuesday ovening a largo gathering took nlaco in tho Skating Rink to
welcome the new pastor of St. Andrew's church, Rev. J, S. Mackay,
M. A., who arrived in this city laat
weok. In addition to the members of
the Presbyterian congregation there
were a largo number of others present, tho audieuoe numbering upwards
of 300. The hall had been very tastefully decorated by the young men of
tho congregation with evergreons and
fluj-s, and the tables wero ornamented
by a profusion uf flowers. Behind
tho platform thoro waa a handaome
motto with the word "Welcome"
worked In maple leaves. At 7:30 the
company aat down to a very generous
repast, provided by tho ladies of the
congregation, After full justice hnd
beon dure to the tables, Mr. A. J.
Alport, on behalf of tho congregation,
read tlie following address to the pastor;
To the Kiv. J. S. Maokay, M. A.:
Rev. Attn Dear Sir.—It is our pleasing
duty, in the name of the congregation of
St. Andrew's Church, to bid you hearty
welcomo to New Westminster, In tho
history of this congregation thore hnvo
been mauv upa and downs, as prosperity
or adversity was tho tot of the community] but wo hopo and believe thst these
days of pioneer struggles have passed
away, and that we have now entered
Asylum Improvements.
WHAT THE CONTRACTORS WIU DO.
Through the kindness of Mr. Mo
Killiean, who ia personally superintending the improvements and additions now being mode by the contractors, MeaBrs, McKillican & Henderson, to the asylum, a Columbian
reporter obtained the following particulars of the work.   Tho
physician's residence,
the framework of which ta now nearly
completed, is a two-Bttry building in
the modern style of architecture. The
foundation of the main building fa
23x41 feet, with an L, or back addition
of 14 feet. On the firat floor of the
main building there is a. dining room
14x18 feet, a parlor 14x15, with a
square bay window, a study 14x14,
and a hall 7x20 foot which open* into
the* front vestibule, 4x7 feet. The
aecond floor ia divided into four rooms:
the nursery 14x18 feet, front bedroom,
and a suite nf rooms comprising bedroom 9x14 and dressing room of samo
dimensions, A hall runs through the
upper story similar in dimensions to
the one below. The rear addition consists of kitchen, bath-room, pantry,
and wine pantry. The arrangement
of the rooms throughout has been
mode with a view to convenience, and
they will be supplied with all tbe mod*
ern improvements. The interior will
be hard finished and the painting artistic. The building ia located weat of
the asylum, on the gently sloping hill,
and commands a view whieh can
scarcely be surpassed for beauty any-'
where in the eity.   The
addition to the asylum
is 102x36* feet, with a front 34x30 feet
projecting from the centre of the main
building on the east aide/ The front
basement is built of rubble stono
masonry, with cut corners. Tho wall
is 2 feet thick, 11 feet high, and contains 4 windows with ventilators, and
2 doors. This basement will be used
for fuel, stores, &c. The walls of the
auperatructure are to be of briok, carried to tho height of two stories. The
ceiling of the first story will be 13
feet, and of the aecond 14 feet. It
will havo a hip roof, finished with
heavy projecting brackets and cornices. The front entrance will be from
the eut projection. This addition
will be used exclusively as a
FEMALE DEPARTMENT.
On the first floor there will be 0 com-
portmonta: A sitting room, 10x14 feet;
dining room, 42x23; day room, 23x18;
bath room, 18x23; and a laboratory
with water closet attachments. A corridor 9x90 feet will run through the
building. There wiU be a hall-way
leading from the eaat to the weat entrance, 8x23 feet. On the aecond
floor will be 10 rooms: Sitting room,
20x23 feet; assistant's room, 10x14;
laboratory with water closet attachments; and 7 rooms for patients. There
will also be a corridor similar to the
one on first floor. In the east projection there will be a matron's room,
waiting room, and a visitor's room, on
the first floor, and on the aecond floor
a matron's room, visitor's room, sewing room, nnd two linen oloaeta. The
hall on thia floor, leading from the
staircase landing to the corridor, is
14x22 feot; the stair ia SHeet wide.
The rooniB throughout will bo two-coat
hnrd finish, with wainacotting 4 feet
high in the corridors, passage ways
and dining rooms. All the inside finishing ia to be done in first-class style.
The
ADDITIONS TO THB OLD DUILDINO
will oonsist in part of two balconies
10x21 feet, extending out un the present level and running twu atoriea high.
Theae balconies will be uf wood, 4
feet high, with iron bars extending 8
feet above the wood work. This cagelike enclosure is intended for the use
of patients during wet weuther. In
the kitchen a new laundry will be
added, nnd also a store-room, bath
room, and water closets, with u covered passage 07 feet loug. A board*
picket fence is to be built around tho
asylum grounds. It will be close
boarded on both sides 4 feet high, with
an additional 5 feet of pickets, mnking
a It-foot fence. The entire length uf
the fence will be 2,000 feet. If the
bricks in the city brick yard nro burned
in time thoy will be used in the building; otherwise brioks will be brought
from-Victoria.
Spurgeon tells nn amusing story of
the old lady who started up when hor
grandson was about to take her um-
rolla, exclaiming, "Mo, now, you
don't. I've had that umbrella twenty*
three years, and. it's never been wet
yet, and you ain't going to begin,"
Qen. Booth, of the Salvation Army,
intends entering London nt tho close
of his provincial tour at the head nf
ono hundred brass bands. The Homo
Secretary has been appealed to to atop
it, but haa declined. The crash must
coftie. *;
Ill-fitting boots and shoes cause corns.
Holloway's Com Cnm is the article to
use.
The Surrey Church.
CORNER STONE UUD WITH MASONIC HONORS.
On Wednesday morning about 30
brethren of Union Masonic Lodge of
this city went over to Surrey to lay the
comer stone of a new Episcopal church
to be erected near the Town Hall.
They were accompanied by tho Ven.
Archdeacon Woods and others from
this city.' Conveyances were provided
at the other Bide of tho river, and the
party arrived at the site of the church
about 11:30, where they were joined
by several brethren from various parts
of the neighborhood. - The Lord Bishop of New Westminster was there
also with several other clergymen and
a large gathering of people. The corner stone, a large block of granite,
was laid with the customary Masonic
ceremonies. Bro. Jno. Buie, W. M,,
officiated, assisted by Bro. J. C.
Hughes, of Mount Hermou Lodge, ns
acting secretary, and Bro. the Bishop
of Now Westminster as chaplain. In
tho cavity under the atune were deposited the church records, the Churclir
man's Gazette fur August, the Columbian and Guardian of Wednesday, an
impression of the customs house seal,
coins of the realm, various other mementoes contributed by persona present, and a Masonic scroll of which the
following ia a copy:
By tho favor of Almighty God, the
Great Architect of tbe Universe, on the
0th day of August, A. B. 1884, and of
the era of Freo Masonry A. L, 5884, and
In the 49th year of the reign of Her
Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria,
His Royal Highness Albert Edward,
Prince of Wales, being the Most Worshipful Grand Master of the Grand Lodge
of England, the Earl of Mar and Kolsie
the Most Worshipful Grand Master of
the Grand Lodge of Scotland, His Excellency the Marquis of Lansdojvne, G.
C. M. G., being Governor-General of the
Dominion of Canada, the Hon, Clement
Francis Cornwall Lieutenant-Governor
of the province of British Columbia,
Edgar Crow Baker, M. P., being tbe
M. W. Grand Master of tbe Grand
Lodge of British Columbia, this corner
stone of Christ Church, Surrey, in the
Diocese of New Westminster, His Lordship Acton Windeyor Sillitoe being bishop of said diocese, the Rev. Wm, Bell
being vicar of the Baid church, Abraham
Huck and Isaao S. Johnston being
churchwardens, and S. J. Wade being
lay representative, was laid according to
the ancient usages of Free Masonry by
John Buie, Worshipful Master of Union
Lodge No. 9, on the register of the
Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient. Free and Accepted Masons of
British Columbia, assisted by Henry
Hoy, Senior Warden, and William Archibald Duncan, Junior Warden, of said
lodge, the brethren thereof, companions
of various Royal Arch Chapters, the
members of Mount Hermon Lodge No.
7, and the brethren resident in tho province. J. Buie, W. M.; H. Hoy, S. W.;
W. A. Duncan, J. W.j J. O. Hughes,
P. M. of Mount Hermon Lodge No. 7,
acting secretary.
After the stone had been placed in
position, com, wine and oil wero
poured upon it by the W. M., and a
solemn aud appropriate prayer was
offered up. by the chaplain, which
brought the ceremonies to a close. A
collection plate waa placed on tho
stone, and was liberally patronized by
thoso present. At the commencement
of the ceremony a handsome silver
tro-wet wu presented to the W. M. by
Mr. Wm. Shannon on behalf uf the
oommittee. At the conclusion of the
exercises the Masons and those as*
sembled were photographed by Bishop
Sillitoe, after which all partook of a
sumptuous luncheon provided by the
settlers generally, irrespective of religious denomination. Various loyal,
patriotic and Masonic toasts were then
proposed and responded to, and the
Masons returned to this city shortly
before 7 p. in. The whole affair is
aaid to have beeu of the most enjoyable and happy character, and nll were
delighted both with the drive and the
manner in which the work was performed.
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Two Burning Questions.
WHERE WILL THE 0. P. R. TERMINATE?
What Van Home Hnd to Say.
On Wedneaday afternoon Mr. Vau
Home, general manager of the C. P.
R., accompanied by Hon. Wm. Smithe
and some other gentlomen, arrived in
this city. Shortly after his arrival Mr,
Van Home waB waited upon by the
oity council nnd other prominent citizens with respeot to the New Weatminator & Port Moody Railway. Mr.
Van Home was very frank and ready
to answer all questions proposed. He
said he had received a letter from Mr.
Onderdonk with reference to the
branch railway, and he found that the
oity proposed a bonus of $50,000,
whereas the road would coat about
$150,000, and ho wanted to know
where tho other 3100,000 was to come
from! He said ho had no secrets to
guard. The operations of theC.P.R.
were open and abovo bonrd, aud he
would tell them plainly that tho syndicate
HAD  NOT FIVE DOLLARS
or five cents to spend on brunch lines.
They had money enough to build the
main line, but thu government would
not permit any portion of that money
to be expended on brunches. He supposed thuse present belonged to different political parties, but the only politics his company know was dollars aud
cents. Without discussing iho branch
further he thought it pro].or to sny
that it was tho company's intention to
CARRY TUB  ROAD TO COALi IIAIIIIOH
nr somo poiut in that vioinity. As
soon as thu Domini-m ifuverumaiit
reached tido water at Port Moody they
stopped, becauso they had t'ultillnl Lhe
terms of their agreement, The syndicate hnd applied to tho provincial government for a grant of In mi in the
vicinity of Coal Harbor for u terminus,
and if tho ■•rant wero mndo they would
raise money ou theso lands and ox tend
the line. On a map of tho district he
traced u line which he indicated as
about tlio route tho road would probably take. This lino leaves tho 0.1*. R.
betweon ono und two miles cast of Pitt
River, crosses tlm river between thu
present bridge and tho mould, and
runs in an
ALMOST STRAIUHT LINK
to Doer Lake, weat of the Hastings
road, and then deflects to a point on
the inlot. near Coal Harbor. It passes
beyond Sapperton, within less than
two miles of this uity. Mr. Van Homo
said the prosont Pitt River bridge wns
only temporary, nnd a new bridgo
would bo built nearer the mouth of
tho river. If the routo ho had indicated wero adopted, it would virtually
place New Westminstor on the main
line, nnd thnt would bo* h thouaand
times better than if it were made the
terminus of a branch. It wns quite
likely also that his company would
build u spur into this city, but if the
road remains us at present located he
gave no encouragement to expect that
a lino would be undertaken from the
Coquitlam to this city, Iu reply to a
question ho said tbat iu the event of
tho road being extended tu Coal Harbor, they had no intention of
ABANDONING PORT MOODY,
as both lined would be required. Indeed, it might be neoessury to use the
whole inlot for railway purposes, and
possibly the Port Moody lino might in
time be carried down the shoro uf the
inlet to Coal Harbor. He had not
been sent out, however, to settle these
matters linally, but to examine the
subject. He would go to Port Moody
that evening, and on Thurday he
would go down tho inlet to Coal Harbor and English Bay nnd thoroughly
inspect the ground. He would then
bo in a position to report intelligently
to the company, and within throe
weeks it would probably be known
definitely what course would be adopted. As soon us tho road was finished
thu company intended to put on lines
of steamers to China, Japan, and elsewhere   They expected to do an
IMMKNSE  HU8INR8S
becauso they could carry nt less cost
than uny other transcontinental road.
Tlie trade uf this country, he said,
would be enormous, and it was quite
probable the company would require
the whole of Burrard Inlot. Poople
did not neorn to have uny proper conception of thu amount of room that
would be needed at the terminus. At
Winnipeg they hnd 21 miles of aide
track and 300 acres of ground for their
works, and at Fort William and Port
Arthur they had six miles of wharves;
but far more thau this would be required at the terminus. They did not
propose to make such preparations
merely as would meet the present requirements of trade, but they were
looking forward to the contingencies
of future development. It was most
important that tho question of final
termini should bo settled without delay. There wero peoplo ready to invest their money whenever that question was fixed, and two or three capitalists had followed him to this province in the hope that a decision might
be reaohed. The delay was not only
keeping capital out of the country, but
the 0. P. R. would J)e
FINISHED IN SIXTEEN MONTHS,
and they must begin the erection of
wharves and terminal buildings. He
was very much struck with the excellence uf our timber, and with the great
waste which he noticed in the manufacture of it. It was his opinion that
the mills of British Columbia would
supply the market for lumber, sash
and doors as far east as,Winnipeg,
with a good- profit to the mills, the
carriers and tho dealers. A branch
from the main line could be built nt
very small cost round the front uf the
city to the mills and this would afford
facilities fur-handling lumber nnd fish.
The syndicate did not wish to take a
bonus from any city if it would cause
the least financial embarassment. In
reply to a question Mr, Van Homo
said the company would have no objection to allow cars run on thd branch
lino to pass over the main track, but if
the oity should build the branch to tho
Coquitlam he could not promise that
the syndicate would undertake to operate it. That would depend upon the
amount of traffic. After the interview
Mr. Deane drove Mr. Vun Homo, tq
the city sawmills which he inspected
with much interest. About 7 o'clock
ho and Hon. Mr. Smitho went over to
Port Moody where they remained all
night. On Thursday morning he walked about n milo up the track, after
whioh ho returned to the railway
wharf and went on board the Btr. Enterprise for Coal Harbor. After inspecting Coal Harbor and English Bay
the party proceeded to Victoria where
they arrived- on Thursday night, and
returned here yesterday afternoon.
County Court.
Tho court was held on Wednesday,
Sir M. B. Begbie, C. J., presiding. Only
one of ttie cases was defended, and a
large number of them were cither adjourned, postponed, or settled. The
only caso wliich occupied any length of
time was tliat of
Sutkr vs. The Corporation ov New
Westminster.—Some months ago the
, city council asked tenders for the corporation advertising at so much a tine
nonpareil. Mr. Sitter's tender was accepted. When tlio first bill came in it
was found that the advertisements hail
been set iu brevier, a larger type than
nonpareil, but measured by a nonpareil
rule. Tbo committee to whom the matter was referred refused to pay tbo bill
ou the ground that it was excessive, and
contended tlmt as the advertisements
were set in brevier they should bo measured by a brevier rule. Tlio bill claimed
$09,12; tbo difference of measurement
amounted to $10.(1;"); thu council tendered $58.47, whioh was refused. The
witnesses examined were Mr. Suter, Mr.
Alport, ami Mr. Kobson, but the evidence was chielly respecting technical
names and trade customs, and would not
Interest tlio public, Tbo leahied judge
held thnt tliu contract wa» indefinite]
tbat nonpareil was a technical name used
hi measurement; that Mr. Suter hod
sworn that ib. had always lieon hia custom to set tbis class of advertisements in
bravi.r, and did not consider tbouou
tract muttut ttiat tbey should bo set In
nonpuruil. lie therefore gavo judgment
for plf. for $10.05 less $1.41) deducted for
error. Mr. Bole for plf,* Messrs, Cor-
bould k McColl for dfts.
The other cases disposed of were:
Mef-hnddon vs. Jno. Mclnnes, judgment
for plf. fnr $7-!.H!l; Messrs, Corbould &
Moduli for plfi It. H. Alexander vs.
(ioo, Itutchart, judgment for plf. for
#50.10; Messrs. Corbould k McColl for
plf. A. M. Herring vs. -las. Austin;
judgment for plf. for $2'1.2i>; Mr. Bole
for plf. Quong Vook Tung vs. Jew Way;
judgment for plf. for S28; Messrs. Cor-
boltld k McColl for plf. H. Kiokhoff vs.
Jim, Mclnnes; judgment for plf. for
8103,45* Mr. Atkinson for plf. Corbould vs. Gardner k Oliver; judgment
for plf. for $05; Mr. McColl for plf.
Kyle k Tilton vs. S. Wilson; ordered to
ray $10 per month. .las. Wise vs. Geo.
Butchart; judgment summons for $119.*
07} dft. offered security for time; Messrs.
Corbould k McColl for plf. Wise vs.
Brew: Dickinson garnishee; judgment
against garnishee for amount, $31; Corbould k McColl for plf. Interpleader,
Turner, Beeton k Co. vs. Jno. Mclnnes
and H, Eickhoff, claimants; judgment
for Turner, Beutou k Co. against claimants; Messrs, Corbould k McColl for plf. i
Mr, Atkinson for claimants,
Application was made to quash tbe
convictions obtained in the notice court
against some Chinamen fnr soiling liquor.
The application was refused on certain
legal points.
If your children are troubled with
worms, give them Mother Graves* Worm
Exterminator; safe, sure, and effectual.
MEWS FROM AU PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Marseille*, Aug. 4.—Tlie fact that
swallows, which migrated at tho outbreak of the pestilence, have not yet returned, aad that there ore no sparrows
at all in the city, is adduced as evidence
that the atmosphere is still vitiated.
This migration of birds has made a deep
impression upon the public, and has lea
to a demand for a purification of the atmosphere by bonfires.
Marseilles, Aug. 5.—It now transpires that there were a number of cases
of cholera in tbe hospital here hi 1883.
The fact was suppressed, In order to prevent alarm, and attendants were sworn
to secrecy.
London, Aug. 5.—The Srandard says:
"Wo are in a position to state that negotiations between France and China are
definitely broken off." The Sunday Times
publishes a dispatch from Foo Chow,
which says, tbat China offered to pay an
indemnity of 500,000 toels, which the
French minister refused. Twelve Chinese
gunboats are placed in position at Foo
Chow. The French admiral, Courbet. is
in a furious state of mind, and has done
his utmost to provoke war,
London, Aug. 5.—Three packages of
dynamite, wrapped in the Irishman
newspaper, were fuund in a letter-box in
the Nottingham post-office on Sunday
night. They contained dynamite with
fuse and cap attached. It ia supposed
thoy were intended to explode by tall or
when stamped. Tho dynamite was sufficient to wreck the building.
London, Aug. 5.—Gladstone in moving a credit of £300,000 tu provide for
the expedition to Soudan said the purpose
of the expedition was merely to relieve
Gen. Gordon and not to crush the Mahdi,
who would be sufficient to secure government in the Soudan. England was bound
to protect Gen. Gordon. Gladstone in*
timated that he was asking members to
vote rather on the principle involved
than on the exact figures which he anticipated tbe expedition would cost. His
intention was to obtain authority to re*
deem pledges wliich had already been
made; nut it was not desirable to enter
into details at present. Labouehere,
radical, objected to the vote uow asked
for. He believed it was a mere sop.
Next year the houso would be asked to
vote £3,000,000 to carry on the work.
The credit was agreed to on a vote of
174 to 140.
Foo Chow, Aug. 0.-—Business here is
entirely suspended, and the inhabitants
arc flying to tbe interior. The foreigners are alarmed as. the natives have become aggressive. Tlie American officers
at this port uro assisting the British ad*
miral to their utmost for the protection of
foreigners.
Cairo, Aug. 0.—El Mahdi bos ordered
50,000 men from Bozara and Shellock.
The tribes have reinforced Osman Digma,
and Basliareus has decided in his favor.
Mahdi Kee Salla is closely blockaded.
Winnipeg, Aug. 0. — Advices from
various western points indicate exceedingly favorable crop prospects throughout tbe province aud the northwest.
Abundant rain has caused a remarkable
growth of straw. Grain is now rapidly
maturing, .the weather being very warm.
Harvest commenced this week on the
Bell farm. The Canadian Pacific Railway's experimental farms, extending at
intervals along 350 miles of railway,
west ot Moosejaw, promise an abundant
yiold,
Tanoiers, Aug. 6.—The Sultan of
Morocco caused a massacre of the whole
tribe iu Angora Kabila, because they
asked for French protection. Men were
kilied, and women and children made
es. Five thousand men, from different tribes, hnve gathered to attack the
Cherifouciucdazan, and war with France
is probable.
London, Aug. 7.—A lotter dated July
Oth Bays: The Hovas are showing great
spirit, and are determined to resist the
French. Tlio Queen has proclaimed negotiations at an end, and has ordered her
subjects to prepare for war,
Paris, Aug. ".—An analysis of water
in common use at Marseilles, Aix and
Aries shows it to be full of numberless
microbes. The authorities of Marseilles
will commence tht construction of public water works.
London, Aug. 7.—A Times' dispatch
from Foo Chow of this date says that
high authority asserts that peace is certain. The American minister is to arbitrate, and a settlement will probably
be reached which wilt be acceptable to
both parties; but it is believed the set*
tlement will be temporary only on the
French side, aa the Chinese know that
the French are anxious to aot elsewhere.
Tub Laws op the Medes and Persians were not more immutable than
those of nature. If we transgress them
we suffer. ' Sometimes, however, wo
break them inadvertently. Damages frequently take the form of Dyspepsia, Constipation and Billiousness, which cau bo
easily repaired with Northrop k Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure,
the Great Blood Purifier and renovator of
the system.
Communications.
After lhe Reporter.
KniTOK Colombian.—You will please
be good enough to allow mo to contradict the Guardian'* report of what I said
nt tbe meeting on Monday night, with
regard to tbo New Westminster branch
of tbo Canadian Pacific Railway. That
h/tii'j rug represents me as saying tbat I
was opposed to the railway going to Coal
Harbor by the way of New Westminster,
and nlso flint I was opposed to its being
built except that it terminate at New
Westminster. The Guardian report is
diametrically the opposite of what I said,
nnd wlmt I have always felt on the subject. My turn-turn is, let us havo the
railway here, uo matter where it terminate. ' Jambs Kennedy.
surrey Council*
Council met on Saturday Aug. 2nd, at
1 p.tn, All members present with Reeve
McDougall presiding. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. Tenders for the different government workB
throughout tbo municipality were opened
nnd tlie following jobs awarded: Coast
Meridian read, Serpentine flats, G. A,
Boothroyd, (560) Coast Meridian road,
Nicomekl Hats, Samuel Shannon,
9893} Hall's Prairie road, Andrew A.
Hart, $315, Semiahmoo road tenders all
being in excess of tho government appropriation the lowest, that of Mr. Joseph
Wise, was submitted to tbo government
for acceptance provided they appropriated
the balance, Several communications
were read, among them one from the City
Council enclosing a copy of a lotter from
Capt, Grant accepting tho Surrey Steam
Ferry By-law provided certain amendments were made in it, But the Surrey
Council did not see fit to amend tho by*
law except that part of the schedule relating to general freight which waa raised
to "5 cts. per ton, and the crew of tbe
ferry handle tho freight. The olerk was
Instructed to apply to tbo government
for tbo appropriation of $1000 granted
direct to tlio municipality for the current
yoar. 1 be clerk was also instructed to
apply to tbo Hon. Chief Commissioner of
Landa k Works to have the following
lines gazetted: the _ section lino next
south of the township line, between town
ships 1 and 2, beginning at the intersection of said J section line and the Semiah
moo road and running due west to west
line of section 33, township 1, a distance
of about I mile and 4 chains; and tho
section line between sections 30 and 31
and section 29 and 32, township 7, running east from Coast Meridian to Hall's
1-rairie rood. The government having
appropriated $500, for the section line
ono mile east of coast meridian line, in
township 7, and proposing to spend it
through the council, Councillors Morton
and Shannon were appointed to lay the
work out and the clerk waa instructed to
call for tenders foi the same, tenders to
be in at the next meeting. Mr. Hart applied for $30 on his contract on Brown's
road, Hall's Prairie, which was grantod.
The clerk was instructed to write to Mr.
John Stevenson to remove his fence and
other obstructions off the Blackie's Spit
road; Mr. B. B, Smith handed in his
resignation as immigration ageut, whioh
was accepted, and it was ordered that he
be paid $50, the amount of hie salary.
Council then adjourned to meet again on
Saturday, August 15th, 1884.
Mr. T. C. Berchard, public school
teacher, Norland, writes: "During the
fall of 1881 I was much troubled with
Billiousness and Dyspepsia, and part of
tbe timo was unable to attend to the
duties of my profession. Northrop A
'lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dis-
tic Cure was recommended to me, and
ve much pleasure in stating that I
was entirely cured by using one bottle,
I have not had an attack of my old complaint since, and have gained fifteen
pounds in weight.
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Richmond Council.
Council met in Town Hall, Monday,
Aug. 4. Present, Councillors Kidd, Mo*
Donald, Daniels, McMyn, Reid, and London. Coun. Kidd occupied the chair.
Communications wero read from W. S.
Gore, R. G. Tatlow, Thos. Paine, and J.
McB. Smith, auditor. On motion the
communications from Messrs, Gore, Tatlow, and Smith were received and placed
on file, and request of Thos, Paine to dig
ditches across Trunk Road and put in
boxes was granted. The board of worka
reported, 1st, that Kwong Joy k Co. had
completed their contract of 3G3S rods of
road ditch at f 1.50 per rod, and recommended that the balance due on their
contract be paid; 2nd, that Rowling
Bros, had completed the filling in of
earth about the flume at the outlet ef
the above ditch and placed a sinker on
door of flood gate, and recommended that
their account be paid; 3rd, that Lum
Chung had notified the board of worka
that the contract for cutting \_ milea of
road ditch commencing at Greens Slough
had been completed, but not yet having
been examined and accepted, recommended that he be paid $400 on account
of contract. On motion the report of
b, of w. was received and the amounts
ordered paid. .The following petitions
were read: lat, from Cowan, D. Grant,
and others, asking the council to open up
line of road recently gazetted from Town
Hall grounds easterly, to intersect the
road recently opened, up by the contract
of Kwong Joy k Co.; 2nd, from J, W.
Sexsmith and others, urging upon the
council the propriety of more rapidly
opening up the resources of the municipality by means of roads and ditches and
FORSALE.
A SINGLE PLAIN BEDSTEAD, WITH
wool and straw mattresses.  Apply at
miiwo nnwHri.
NOTICE.
OTOE IB HEREBY GIVEN that I
irt JS""-* ,mf|-1I1« application lo Ul.
Ilrlef Commlaaloner of Landa and Work.
for permission to purchase [2] two uoaur*
•mi -.land, in tt.Kra.or rivor, lying to
thewestpf Lot. 28 4 Ul, Group Vand containing [SO] fifty acres, moro or lew
EDWARD F*. CHARLTON.
August till, 1881. aurjm2
Chi-
pallty
for th
'or thia purpose recommended the council to pass a by-law, to be submitted to
the electors, for the borrowing of a sum
of money, for a term of years, for the
purpose aforesaid. On motion, the petition of C. D, Grant and others was re*
ceived and laid over till next meeting;
and the petition of J. W. Sexsmith aud
others waa received and referred hook
for further circulation among the tax*
payera. The following bills were received and on motion ordered paid: Walter
Blackie, $3; Trapp Bros., $2.85; O- D.
Sweet (statutes) $15.50; Rowling Bros.,
$38.75. Moved by Coun. Daniels, seconded by Coun. Reid "That the collector
be instructed to place the account of E,
A. Sliarpe for arrears of taxes due to the
municipality in the hands of Corbould k
McColl for collection."—Carried. On
motion, the counoil adjourned to meet
on the lst Monday in September.
Mrs. W. J. Lang, Bethany, Ont.,
writes: I was one of the greatest sufferers for about fifteen months with a
disease of my car similar to ulcere, causing entire deafness. I tried everything
that could be done through medical skill,
but without relief. Aa a last resort, I
tried Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio Oil, and In
ten minutes found relief. I continued
using it, and in a short time my ear was
cured snd hearing completely restored.
I have used this wonderful healer successfully in cases of inflomation of the
lungs, sore throat, coughs and colds, cuts
and bruises, 4c, In fact it is our family
medicine.
PAfWEWirJM.
Per sir. Vosemite, from Vletorla, Aug.
6-Mr and Mrs Wells. Mrs Towle, Mrs
Bnker.Miits McDonald, Miss Murcnlsoti,
Hon MrKmilhe, Messrs Van Horn, Reed,
Alexander, Raymond, Gray, winger,
Brown, and 100 others.
Per str. Amelia, from Victoria, Aug. it-
Mrs Johnston, Miss Thompson, Miss
Bates, Messrs Harvey, Evans, Reid,
Onkes, Jones, Brown, Fraser, Carrol, Gal-
lope, 13 Chinese and several others.
' Per str. Yosemite, from Victoria, Aug.
ft-Mrs Ashwell, Mrs McLennan, Mrs
Black, Mrs Hem by, Hon J W Truldi,
Messrs Van Horn, A Onderdonk, Bovlll,
McLennan, Lens, Roycroft, Harding, and
10 others.
Per str. Irving, from Up-rlvcr, Aug. 8-
Mis Wylle, Mrs Hoiitlmm, Miss Houthani,
J Ritchie and wife, Bishop Durieu,Messrs
Norcln, Savory, Hodgson, Duhnmel, Morrison, t'ullnghau, Adier, aud 15 ot hers.
DEFORMED EPISCOPAL Church
it Hev. U. E Allen, Pastor. Hen-ices In
flic Court House ovary Sunday nt 11 n. m,
ami 7 ]>. in. Sunday School at 10 a. m.
All are Invited. Jo7*tc.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary SU
Rov. Owatson, Pastor, Services nt
11 a. ni. and 7 p. ni. Sunday School nnd
nihil' Class 2:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p. m. Rent* free; strangers
cordially Invited,     ' Je7*te.
l tlO?* LODUB Jtm. 9, A* V,
A, M—The regular Com*
innnlcnttons of thin Lodge are
.   .   . held on the first Monday In each
month.  Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited tonltend      WM. HOWAY,
fe23*ic Secretury.
m    vm
jkJ\ |m,;
/ir\ hob
TBNPHR-UrOB.*-** The W. C. T. II.
meet* evcrv Wednesday afternoon at
vm in the basement of the Methodist
Church, Mary St The Blue nibbon Club
meets every Wednesday evening at the
skating Rink; musical ami literary entertainment from 8 to ft Every one Is
cordially invited, «u2to
Live Bear and Seal at the Fulton Market where you can order choice vegetables from the celebrated farms of Kirk*
land and Stevea.-^dr.
Job pirn ting of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower than at any other office in
the province.—Ad v.
Mortgages, Deeds, Usses, Agree
ments of Sale, and blank forms of all
kinds, at T. R. Pearson A Cos. "
Beautiful photographic panoramic
views in British Columbia, 75 cts. per
let at T. R. Pearson A Co.'a.
Property belonging to the Ebenewr
Brown estate for ssle by C. D. RAJIV
The largest dmg stoek on the main
land.-D. 8. Curtis ft Co. jyl2tc
Humphrey's Homwopathic Specifics.—
D.S.Curtis* Co. jyl2to
Several houses for Bale by C. D. RAND.
Private   School.
Tirl"* ALroBTwIllro-opon HmStdiool
M on ■.•«.,. Aaiwl HU. Will ain
Bo prepared lo take pupila tor tho piano-
No*- Westminster, n. c.        'lywmi
PUBLIC  NOTIOE.
rpENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED Up to
1  tmtmtAmy, Mh Barer A«fMU. for
the erection of the Mount Lehman School
House, Plans and specifications may be
Heen at Mr, Ibbo'son's Store, at Lehman's
Landing, The lowest or any lender not
necessarily accepted.
J.H. SHIRLEY,
Sec. Board of Trustees.
Mount Lehman, 4th Aug,, 1884.       au6t8
VO
NOTICE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I
_ . intend making application to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Worka
for permission to purchase WO acres of
tiastoral land in the Osoyoos Division of
he District of Yale, and desoribed as follows: Commencing at the 8. E. corner of
See. 25, Township 8. and running theuce
*>*orth 00 chains; thence West « chains;
thence South 80 chains; thenee East 40
chains, to point of commencement.
THOS. GREENHOW.
Okanagan, a C, 2nd July, 1884.    [Jly»mJ
In the Goods of LEM LOCK, deceased
intestate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTEDlo the late
Lem Look are hereby required to
fiay the amounts of Bald Indebtedness to
he undersigned forthwith. And all persons having claims against ahe estate of
said Lem Lock must aend In sueh claims
proved, oa or before the 20th August, 1884.
Dated 17th July, 4884.
E. A. JENNS,
jlylflml Administrator.
NOTIOE.
In the Goods of the late WILLIAM
CLARKE, deceased intestate,
ALL PERRONS INDEBTED to the late
William Clarke are hereby required
to pay the amounts of said Indebtedness
to the undersigned forthwith. And all
persons having claims against the estate
of said William Clarke mast send In sueh
olalmsproved, on or before the SOth Au>
gust, 1884.
Dated 17th July, 1884.
E. A. JENNS,
jlyliimi Administrator.
1TOTIOB
TS HEREBY GIVEN that I have made
X application to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works, B. C, to purchase
840 acres of pasture land situate In Nieola*
Kamloops Dint.
Said land lies about 5 miles 8. E. from
Chapperon Luke and extends In an east*
erly direction from stake No. 1 to stake
No. 2,100chains; thence South OOchalns
to iitake No. 3; thence West 100 chains to
stake No. 4; and North 60 chains to start*
Ing point.
The land Is bounded on the west by
easterly line of L. Gulchon's purchased
land, on east by small creek, on south by
Upper Nicola river, and north by Crown
landB.
C. M. BEAK.
Douglas Dake, Upper Nieola,
June Uth, im. jlyiema
CRYING FOR AID.
l.oi-n uf .*i|t|ntil'>, Headache, Depi**-
p1i.ii, liiillRt-Hlloii und Constipation, Biliousness, » Sallow Face, Dull Eyes, snd
j. BUiMntl Skin, are aiuoug tlie symptoms
■vlili-h iti-lii-aU! thst the Liver Is erflng for
aid.
Ayer's Pills
will stimulate tbo Liver to proper action,
and correct all theso troubles. One or inore
of these Pills should be taken daily, until
health is fully established. Tbetaawla testify to their great merit.
No family can afford to be without Avkr's
Fills.
feepared bv
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co.,Low*lllMi»i*
Sold by all Druggists.
-We Have on Hand-
ALE and STOUT
(Quarts in Glass),
T, & L CIBARS,
(All Brands, at Factory Prion),
HAVANA    CIGARS.
 AND	
California Hatches!
KYLE & TILTON,
Front St., New Wesimlnsler.
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BARGAINS
Tho following very elil'ble and valuable property will be sold at mit'ATC
■ALE. Full particulars furnished on ap-
pllcntlon to tho underslgnedr-
BouthwoKt IS section, block 30, township
2, surrey; Ido ncres: 80 acres prairie; r»
aider botlcrm; within 2>j miles of New
Westminster. The making of an ra«|.
lent fnrm, close to a food market.
Eighty ucres, north V, of Northeast U at
section»,town.nlnS, with road_running
through io Mud Bay; tl tulles from New
Westminster; alder bottom, with Dr to
south. To be sold at n bargain.
1. Rosseau's Ranch, Lnngley: lot ai,
group 2, l82»creai JO acres under cultivation Lorclrurd, lnrge barn, stable arid cab-
In. This Is one of the cheapest pieces of
land lu the market.
Burton Prnirie, back of St. Mary'. Mission, IMS acres of as good land as then Is
In the Province: all In on; blook; wry
nenrlhe line of tn.CP. R.; ha. on. .man
bouse thereon. This Is a mreehMMlor
one or more parties desirous of getting a
large farm, for dairy purposes capecl.liy.
Northwest X of section 0, township j; l»
.erea; an Improved fnrm, with certificate
of Improvement..
Northwest vj of section 22, township 11.
Tho Booth Farm, ladner's Landing; MO
aor... all pralrlo; ""dercuitlvMITO,
nnd 20» under fence; good dwelling house
and farm buildings.  A great bargain.
t ine nearly now MaM, by challenger of
London.   Prlee.,250.
Ono second hand
T.J. TRAPP. <5)iu- Stori).
A REMARKABLE STORY,
the invocation to tlieir living patroness.
She waa, at least, a saint more easily
within reach, juiirt more certain to lend
u favorable ear.
"That ia so evident that it requires
no repetition; but juat aa naturally
Mr. Rule was alarmed, and had the
y .ml sense to come to mo."
All this by way of convincing Mr.
Sellon that the whole matter waa perfectly simple, nnd that probably his
resources would not be called upon at
all. To be aure, aa in every cose of a
similar kind, Miia Vernon might have
saved herself the trouble, the circumstances being far more clearly known
to "Mr. Sellon than to herself. Ho waa
very aure that John Vernon would not
return, and that his intention was to
get himself out of it. Everybody had
known it was coming. It waa just as
well to humor a lady, and accept her
veraion ua tho right one; but he was
not for a moment deceived.
"Of course the bank,'' lie saul, "will
make it up te you afterward."
"Of course," Bhe said; "and if not,
I don't know who is lo atop me from
doing what I like with my own."
He asked a few quoBtbna further,
in whicli there was a g<wd deal of
significance, ns, for instance, something
about Mrs. John Vernon's marriage
settlements, which neither of the othera
for the moment understood. Rule saw
Mr. Sellon to the door, by Misa Ver-
non'a request, with great pride, and
went back to her afterward, "na if he
were one of the family," he described
• to hia wife afterward.
"Well," she said, "are you satis-
*-ed?" ■ , ,   ,      ■
"Oh, more than satisfied, happier
than I can tell you," cried the clerk.
"The hank Is saved!"
Aud then she, so triumphant, buoy-
nnt, inspired as she was, sank down
upon a chair, and put her head in her
hands, and, he thought, oriec|. hut
Rule was no man to spy upon a lady
in the revulsion of her feelings. When
she looked up aguin she said to him
quickly;
"In auy caso, Mr. Rule, we are both
sure that my cousin is doing all he can
fur the hank, if he succooda or not is
in other hands."
"Oh, yea, Miss Vernon, quite sure,'
Rule replied promptly. He understood that she meant it to be understood bu, and determined within himself that he was ready to go to the
stake for the new dogma. And thon
he related to her his interview with
Mra. John, and hor willingness to give
him up her twenty pounds to savo the
banl*.
Mias Vernon's first flush of indignation soon yielded to ainuaement and
sympathy. She laughed and alio
cried.
"That ahall always be remembered
to her credit," she snid. "I did not
think ahe had any feeling for the bank.
Lot us always remember it to her
credit. She was ready to give all she
had, and who could do any more?"
Mr. Rule was somewhat intoxicated
with all these confidences, and with
the way in whioh Miss Vernon had
said "we"— hiB head wa-4 a little turned
by it. She waB a woman who understood what it was to have a faithful
aervant. No doubt, after tho sacrifice
she was making, she would, in future,
have more to do with the buaineBa, and
Rule could scarcely keep hia imagination from straying into a consideration
of changes that might be. Instead of
merely being head clerk, it was quite
possible that a manager might be required; but he pulled himsolf up, and
would not allow his thoughts to carry
him so far.
Next day everything happened as
had been foreseen. There was n run
an the hank, and a moment of great
excitement; but when Miss Vernon
was seen nt the door of the inner
office, smiling, with her smile of triumphant energy and capability, upon
the crowd, and when the Bank of England porters appeared bringing in
those heavy boxes, the run and all the
excitement subsided ns hy magic. The
bank was saved; but not by John Vernon. The outside world never wns
aware how the matter wns settled. Rut
Juhn did not come bnck. Ho would
have met nothing but averted looks
\y,tu\ biting words, for there could be
\y> (h'U-bt that he had abandoned his
post, and left Vernon's to its fate.
Messrs. Pounce & Seeling had u good
deal to do about tl.e matter, and new
deeds were drawn, and old deeds canceled, to a seriout* extent; but the
bank ever after regained in the hands
gf Miss Vernon, who, it turned out,
bad more than hor grandfather's steady
power of holding on, nnd was, indeed,
the \\e\t uf her grQit-graudfathor's
genius (or busines.3. Tl\e bnnk throve
\n her hands as it l\ad done in hia daya,
and everything it touched prospered.
She deserved it, to be sure, but everybody who deserves does uot get thia
fine reward. There ia something beyond, whioh we call good luck, or good
fortune, or the favor of Heaven; but
as Heaven doea not favor all, or even
iflost, of the best people, in thia way,
ijHj. lyive tu fall back upon a less piouB
phraseology, Is it, perhaps, genius
for business, as distinct ob genius in
poetry, which mttkea everything succeed? But this iH more than any man
can be expected to understand. Rule
attained nll tho heights of those hopes
which had vaguely dawned ou him nut
of the mist on that July evening when
hia goo-1 nngul suggested Catherine
Vernon's name. He was raised to the
dignity of manager, as ho hnd foreseen. Hia salary wns doubled, his
aona were provided for, aud he grew
old in auoh comfort and general esteem
ns he had nover dreamed of. "This Ib
the man thnt saved the bank," Miss
Vernon would aay. And, though, of
course, he doprecatcd auch high praise,
and declared that he was nothing but
the humblest instrument, yet there
can be no doubt that he oame to believe U in lhe end, as his wife and all
his children did (torn the beginning.
Miss Vernon'a waa a reign of great
benevolence, or' great liberality, but of
great firmness too. Aa she got older
ahe became almost the most important
person in Rcdhorough. The people
spoke of her, aa they sometimes do of
n very popular man, by her Christian
name. Catherine Vernon did this or
that, they aaid, Catharine Vernon
waa the first thought when anything
waa wanted, either by the pour who
' need help, or the philanthropist who
wanted, to give it. Tlie Vernon Aim-
houses, whioh hud been established a
hundred years . before, but had fallen
into great decay till she took thom in
hand, were always known its Catherine Vernon's Almhousea. Her name
wm pnt to everything, Catherine
Street, Catherine Squnre, Catherine
Pisces, without number. The people
who 'built little houses on the outskirts exhausted   their invention  in
varying the uses of it. Catherine ,, ,,, «„„ . ,, .-,, , . ...
yAJW* Cottage, Catherine wiLN'^S^
Mansion, were on nil sides; and when dating j»Iik from infiamatory rheuma-
it occurred to the Higli Church teetut tism. One application of Dr. Thomas'
to dedicate the now church to St. Gclectrlo Oil afforded almost instant re-
Catherine of Alexandria, the common lief, and two bottles effected a permanent
piople, with ono accord) transferred | cure,
These things all happened a great
number of years before the beginning
of this history. Catherine Vernon
had become an old woman—at lenat,
ahe wna sixty live; you can call that an
old woman, if you please. Sometimes
it mny moan the extreme of age, decrepitude aud exhaustion; but sometimes alao it nieaiiB a softer and more
composed middle age—a lovely autumnal season in whieh all tho faculties
retain their force without any of their
harshness, and toleration and Christian charity replace all aharpnoss of
criticism or sternness of opinion.
Sometimes this bonutiful age will fall
to the lot uf those whu have experienced a large share of tho miseries of
life and learned ita bitterest lessons,
but of ten—and this seems most natural
—it ia tho peaceful souls who havo
suffered a little to whom thia crown of
continuance is given. Catherine Vernon belonged tu the last class. If her
youth bad not been altogether hnppy,
there had been fewer Borrows and still
fewer struggles in her life. Shu hud
gone along peacefully, her own mistress, nobody making hur afraid, no
one to be anxiouB about, no one dear
enough to rend her heart. Most people who have gono through the natural experience of life nre of opinion,
with the laureate, that it is
"bettor to have loved and lost
Than never to have loved at all."
but then we do not allow the other
people to speak' who know the other
side of the question'. If love brings
great happiness it brings many woes.
Catherine Vernon was like Queen
Elizabeth, n dry tree, while other
women had sous nnd daughters. But
when the hearts of tiio mothers were
torn with anxiety, she went free. Sho
had the good of other people's children in a wonderful degree, but it was
impossible she could have the harm of
them—for thoso whom Bhe took to
wero the good children, as was natural,
the elect of this world. Her life had
been full of exertion and occupation
since that night when Rule called upon
her at the Grange and set all the world
of her being in niovoment. What
flagging aud lonolinesB might have
been hers—what wearinosB and longing had ended at that time. Since
then how muoh she Iind found to do!
The work of a successful man of business, increased, yet softened, by all
the countless nothings that make business fur a woman, had filled her days.
She was an*old maid, to be suro, but
an old maid who never was alone. Her
house had been gay with young f rionda
and tender friendship. Sho had been
the first love of more girls than ahe
could count. By the time she waa
sixty-five ahe wiib a sort of amateur
grandmother in numbers of young
households. A woman with plenty of
money, with n handsome, cheerful
house, and a hnppy disposition, she
had—at least, since her youth - waa
over—never had occasion to remember the want of those absorbing affections which bind a married woman
within her own circle. The children
of tho bnrren in her ease were more
than those of any wifo. tf even in
her heart sho said to herself, like
Matthew, in the poem:
"Many lovo ine, yet by none
Am I enough beloved,"
the sentiment never showed, and muat
have occurred only us Matthew's did,
in moods as evanescent as the clouds.
Her faco wus not without lines, for
that would be to Bay that it"wnB without expression; nor did she look too
young for hor ago; bnt her eye was
not dim, nor her natural force abated.
She had a finer color than in her girlhood, though the red was not
smooth, but a little broken in her soft
cheek. Her hair wub white and beau
tiful, her figure ample, but graceful
atill. At sixty she had given up work,
entering upon, she said, the Sabbatical period of her life. For the rest of
her days ahe meant to keep Sunday,
rearing from her labora—and, indeod,
with perhaps too close a following of
the divine example for any human
creature to venture upon, finding them
very good.
It follows as a matter of course, that
Bhe had found somebody to replace her
in the bank. There were ao many
Vernuns that this waa not difficult to
du. At least, it was not difficult tu
find candidates for bo important a
post. Descendants of the brothers
and sisters of the grent John Vernon,
who had first made the bank what it
was, wure plentiful, nnd from among
thein Catherine Vernon aeleoted two
hopeful young men to carry on her
work. Ono of them, Harry Vernon,
wub descended from the daughter of
tho grent John, who had married a
relative and continued to hour the
family name. Thu other went further
back, and traced hia deacent from a
brother of that grent John. The par-
ontB of these fortunate young men
acquieaccd with delight in the proposals she made to them. It waa a certain fortune—nu established living at
once- far hatter than the chances of
tho Bar, or the Indian Civil Examinations, or Colorado, whicli had begun
to be the alternative for young men.
Indeed, it was only Ed wurd Vernon
who hod parents to bu consulted.
Harry had but a sister, who had come
to live with hiin in the tine houso
which the laat John, the one who had
put thu bank in such deadly peril, had
built. Edward lived with Miss Vernon horself. Five years had paused
aince their inauguration its partners
and managers, with very littlo change
in their feelings loward the old cousin
who hud done so much for thom, and
whom they called Aunt Catherine.
She waa Aunt Catherine to a great
many people, hut theae throe, whu
were the nearest to her in blued, wero
disposed to give themselves airs, nnd
to punish intruders who presumed
upon a fictitious relationship. They
wore to all appearance quite satisfactory young people, if perhapa not
brilliant; and pious persona aaid that
Misa Vernon hnd got her reward fur
her kindness to the poor, and her more
than kindness to hor pour relations.
She waa surrounded by those who
woro to her like children of her own.
No mother could hnve hnd suna more
respectful and devoted. Good and
virtuous and kind children — what
could a woman havo more.
Perhaps this wna rather a flattering
and ideal statement of the case; but,
at all events, one of the young men
satisfied nll Miss Vernon's require*
ments, and they were both steady*
going, tine young fellows, paying every
attention to business*, keeping everything going.
IMPORTERS    AND    WHOLESALE
 DEALERS IN—
Provisions,
Liquors,
Cigars, Etc,
FRONT      STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER
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SHIPPING & COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
FRONT ST., . NEW WKTTMINSTER
OFFER FOR SALE
Extra, Buporllno ana (jruliam
WALSH'S
Tailoring
Emporium
11UST K\SHh>\,\nLE 1\ Hlr (1TV.
Opposite the Bank, Columbia street,
New Westminster, B. C,      [tny2U*to,
New Goods
New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new fc.>ods
consisting In part of
jssrar goods,
Clothing*
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fino solcction of
Groceries and Provisions
Always on hand.
Holbrook's stonobulldlng, Columbia
street. myi6-tc.
ion
Donuiu
4WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT.*
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MAJOR
Has now on hand a full and
well assorted stock of Dry
Goods, consisting of:
PLOUE
BARLEY,
GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT,
MIDDLINGS
MM JMk. rmm
OIL CAKE,
OATS,
OAT MEAL,
CORN MEAL,
GRAIN  SACKS,
HAMS, BACON, LARD, BUTTER,
DRIED  FRUIT, COFFEE
AND SPICES.
Agents for Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
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DeBeck Bros. & Co,
Manufacturers nnd douk-rs In nll
kinds of
Bougli & Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Shakes, Pickets,
AND TRAYS.
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LADIES'
In Great Variety,
BLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
Port Moody!
FORSALE!
Fronting ou the host portion of the har-
hor,   suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, close to the
Railway.
"^TalTa-aTol© Land
On tho harhor, admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or other manufacturing purposes.     Special
advantages given.
Doors,
Blinds,
Mouldings
Ae., &o,f Ae,, in fact
That will he required to
FINISH A  HOUSE
From bottom to top.
Orders for Scroll Hawing. Trimming
unil Hbniilns, will be promptly and cure*
fully attended to, Wo pay particular attention to tbe manufacture of gootl, dry
Salmon Boxer,,
And we believe our customers will hear
uk nut In Haying that we make
The Best SiUmon Boxes oa the Siver.
Wo sincerely tbnnk thoso who have favored uh with their patronage In the pant,
and beg to solicit u ontlnuanco of their
favors. During the past winter wo have
mado extensive additions to our Mill, nnd
enn now lill orders more promptly and
cheaply than ever. We have chartered
tbe steamer "Iris" for the season, and will
therefore bo able to deliver Lumber
promptly. We bave also to announce to
Miecltlxensof Port Moody thut wo hnvo
opened a branch of our business nt tbat
place, and will be able to fill orders from
thero In afowduys.
DRDBCK rmuN. A CO.
Mew Westminster, Mar 28th, 1881. |tc
(Tn be Continued.)
Building Ground
Oh niliimblH nnd nw Htreeis, N. W.
A BOUT 25 FEET ON EAOH STREET,
A or through from street to street, ean be
tensed for_bulldlng ~    "
By the ucre, in favorable positions, close
to tha terminus.
AI.SO
Town lots and laud In tho City and District of New Westminster.
XzitendiXLgr Xiwestoxs
Will do woll to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT,
Columbia St., Now Westminster, Ii. C.
no7] p. 0. Box 39. to.
PACIFIC
WORKS
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westminster, I). C.
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
. CARRIAGES,
-AND-
jsos; next the
..'ebb'. KUri.mltti
Apply to
HENKY V. EDMONDS,
mhWe hunt Agent.
Holbrook Houao run
.hop.
Painting   and   Repairing
neatly done.
k STOOK OF COFFINS ALWAYS Ml HAND
uo24to]
IOHNSTON & SMITH,
FBonuiToim
In all the Leading Colors,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian Lambswool,
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's,  in plain
and   stripe,   Merino   and
Lambswool,
Infants' Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Hoots, Gaiters, In-
fantees, Polka Jackets, and
Wool   Skirts,
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimlnfcd with fur,
Illack   and  Colored VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KID    OLOVES
Black and dark shades, White
and tinted,
LACES,
Real Torchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety of imitation
Laces,
DRESS  GOODS
A large and well-assorted stock
of plain and figured Dress
Goods,
Plainand figured black SATINS
and SILKS,
Ladies' and Gents' silk and alpaca   UMBRELLAS,
Fur Trimming,   Buttons, Ribbons, SILKS & TWISTS,
A fine line of Ladies'  Hemstitched    Handkerchiefs,
Table Napkins.White and Brown
Table Linen, Sheetings in all
widths, Towels, Cottons,
And a full assortment of other
Goods   too   numerous to
mention.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
SILVER JEWELRY
Gold mounted; a fine assortment.   Bracelets,  Lockets,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets.
Other Silverware in great variety
Men's Clothing!
In large variety, good material,
and prices to suit.
Also, a large stock CUTLERY,
CROCKERY & GLASS-'
WARE constantly on.
hand.
A full and complete stock of
Groceries * Provisions!
ES"Goods delivered  free of
charge in any part of the City.
C. Q. MAJOR
(lor. colnmbia ft Mary Sts,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
(oolite)
BEGS TO INFORM THE EESID-
eut. of New Westminster and vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Which ho will supply
IN BOND or DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Bait Customers.
Also, In constant rccetptt direct from
W. A. Gllby's, London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
COLUMBIA    BTRIfliaT,
New Westminster,  B, 0.
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
Phovincial Seciietahy's Office,
21st July, ltfti.
VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the
J_\ Order, published In the British Columbia Gazette of oth March lust, directing that Section 9 of the "Mineral Act,
18W," shall not lmvo effect In the Electoral
Districts of Oassiur, Kootenay, and Carl-
boo, has been rescinded, no fur as It relutcs
to t he Electoral District of Cariboo.
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
Jlyaiml Provincial secretory.
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
1> undersigned will soil by Public Auction, at tho Govornmont Land Offlco, Now
Westminster, nt 12 o'clock, noon, on Tuesday, the 20th Uov of August noxt, at tho
upset price of 82.5(1 per acre, that piece of
Land Known and described on tho official
map of tho Dlstrlcto" Now Westminster
M tnd Sotlth-West fractional U of Section
85, Township No. 8| tho purchaser to pay
for present Improvements thereon.
C. WARWICK,
Gov't Agent,
New WcBtmlnstor, B. C,
July 2llh, MM. JlyMtd
NOTIOE.
BHE
trict of Ji
Land Registry office.
New Westminstor District,
2nd July, 1684.
OTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
the Land Registry Offlee of tho Dis-
 -t Now Westminster will bo temper*
arily located at tho Land Registry Oflico,
Victoria, until tho copying of tho rocordR,
Ac., Is completed. Application for registration aha other business may In the
meantime be mado to ine direct or through
the Government Agent at New Westminster.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
JlyStc Deputy Registrar
NOTICE.
PARTIES LOCATING AND PRK-i
empting land are hereby notibVl
that land within the limits of the Hast I
ing« Saw Mill Company's lease is nol
open for settlement, and that any mil
entering thereon will bo prosecuted foi
trespass.
RICH'D H. ALEXANDER,
deS-tc Manager!
Mrs. M. Harrison
HAVING ENLARGED HERHOTeI
opposite the Steamboat Landing il
Chilliwhack, is now prepared to give th]
BEST ACCOMMODATION
To the travelling public.   Chilliwhatl
i» the most delightful Summer V.\
sort In British Columbia.
drives and delightful mountain scenerl
 myai-Sm,
TURNER, BEETON &C(
MERCHANTS,[
WlIAttP STREET - VMTOltlJ
AOHIITTS    FOB
North British and Mercantll
Insurance Oo. Tor Mainland
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Fiiudrary CircnnJ
London, E. I
TABLE
Showing the dalei mul placet of
CourUof AhsIzc, NUt Prlua, aud
Oyer and Terminer for the year
IB 84. 	
SPRING ASSIZES.
(On  Vancouvbk Ihuank.)
Victoria,.. Monday, 7lli April.
Nanaimo Wedm-sdny 4th June.
(On Mainland.)
New Westminster-.Wednesday,,.. 7th May.
Yale, Monday, Kith Muy.
Kamloops, Friday SOth May.
Clinton,... Saturday 7th June.
FALL  ASSIZES.
IOn Vancouveh Inland.]
Viotoria ,..Mondi-y,.„...24th November.
Nannlmo Wednesday, 3rd December.
[On Mainland.]
Rlclideld Monday,.., sth September.
Clinton, Tuesday,..30th September.
Kamloops W'dn'sduy Hth October.
Lytton,     **■-' '-*-- '"-1- ---■'--	
Yale	
New West.,.,
..Haturduy,..18th October.
...Satnrduy,..2r>th October.
....W'dn'8day,12th November.
2Mb January, 188-1.
PUBLIC NOTIOE.
KOOTENAY DiSTIUOT.
NEW    SCHEDULE
WAGES
WHITE  LABOR
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseen $125 00 per month,
Rook Foremen... .$3 GO to (4 00 *» day
Earth Foremen... 2 60 to   S 50
Bridge Foremen.. 3 60 to   4 60
Bridge Carpenters,
lst class  ", 50
Bridge Carpenters,
2ndclass  3 00 '
Masons 2 60 to   360    '
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to   3 50     '
Blacksmiths,    1st
olass  3 50 '
Blacksmiths,  2nd
class  3 00 '
Blacksmith Helper.   1 60 to   2 00    <
Driller.  2 00 to 2 25    '
Laborers   1 76 to 2 00    '
Hewers, lst clasa 3 50 '
Choppers, lst class 2 00 to 2 60     '
Scorers, lst class 2 60 -
All oatslde labor 10 hour, per day.
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Toot.,
AU Employee, to find themselves Bed,
Board ana Lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along the Lino.   Board—15 per week.
. It will not be compulsory for Employ.
ees to board in the Company's House..
Wages will ba paid monthly, on th.
10th of each month,
A.  ONDEBDONX,
Gen&kai. Manaoeh.
Office of the Contractors,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Yale, March 1,1883.
ALE!
T/EIIOE  *  OO.  ARE MOW PRK-
JV pared to supply tbe very bent Ale
from the We«tmlnnler Brewery. Orders
left with Mn Ohm. MoDonouih, Front St.,
shall have prompt attention, Jofito
Wood Turner
.........     CONSTANT   EMPLOY-
inent will be given to a thoroughly
mhU-to DOMINION BAWMILU
WANTED,
ment will be«l ~
competent man.  Apply at the
QEPARATE SEALED TENDERS, prop-
O orly endorsed, will bo received by tho
Honourable Chief Ctim miss loner of Lands
and Worka up to noon of Saturday, 80th
AuRutu next, for the right of maintaining
and operating a Ferry at anynr ea«h of
the following placet), for a term of Ave
years, viz:—
1st, On the Colnmbia Kiver, about 80
miles below Kicking Horse, at the
point where Iho Canadian Paclfle
Railway crosses said river.
2nd. On the Columbia Hlver, nt the
point where the Canadian Pacific
Hallway crosses said river, near the
Hallway crosses
Eagle Puss.
3rd. On the Columbia River, nt a point
known as Johnston's Lauding,
nbout 30 miles nbove Kicking
Horse.
4th. On tho Columbia River, opposite
the Hnallumchecu Htver,anu about
20 miles above Johnston's Land
fill). On the Kicking Horse Creek, nta
~->lnt whero the trail crosses,about
a mile above the mouth of said
Ci
flth,
point where the trail crosses, about
Creek.
On the Kootenny Hlver, at a poiut
known ns tho Upper Crossing.
The ferry right lo extend five miles
abovo and livo miles below the respective
points indicated.
Any party to whom a charter may be
awarded shall provide and maintain a
substantial ferry-boat, and-proper appliances tor working the samo, a description
nf wliich must bo given with his tender.
Tenders shall state the rato of loll proposed to bo collected for—
Each Passenger,
'  "     Team with wagon aud driver,
"     Huddle Horse and rider,
'-     Loose Horse or Mule,    .
"     Head of Cattle,
"     Sheep, Swine, &c,
"     Hundred   pounds weight of
freight.
Tenders must nlso stato the amount of
the annual rental to be paid to the Government for the privilege; and with each
tender must be submitted tho unities of
two responsible parties willing to sign a
Bond for the sum of 8000 ns security for the
faithful carrying out of tho contract.
All officers of the Provincial Government with their animals and froight to
pass free. .
\V. S. GORE,
Surveyor-general.
Lands and Works Department, Victoria,
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'1
I Old Broad St. and 10 Pall Mam
LONDON,
INSTITUTED 1808|
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTH J
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Mcrclial
dine, Manufacturing and Farming Sto-f
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tl
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Shins I mill
ing and repairing, Barges and other Yd"
sels on navigable rivors and canals, oiL
Goods on board such Vessels, throughul
Great Britain and Ireland and in Forei-f
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAHAGR BY FIKl
Subscribed nnd Invested Capital, J
-£1,600,000 STGI
Rates of Premium and every infornl
tion can bo obtained on application to f
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Agent for New Wostminstl
DR. SPINNEY & CO.
DISPENSARV.I
N0.11KEABNEYSTSEEI
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.f
DR. SPINNEY, well known iu tlit-ft J
tier of the Moiitii'Hl, (0. K.) Mullcnl 111
tut--, nnd Ute l-rnprliftor of tliu Sl-lNKKYVli
INr'lllMAHY, would must re-Bpectftdly Itifl
IdH patients ntid tlie afflicted j-i'iiornlly, tlmu
still continues to "rent chronic nml m-rvnim J
oiiBoa with unpnrnlleled siicci-«m,
LADIES AND GSNTLBMErg
Keraeuibor tlint procrnndmulon ii tlio llilil
timn no
COMB AND BB HEALED. <
It mnlU-iH not wlmt yonr tr-ndilci* mtiy U\t
ami let tho Duelur cxnmfno your cruo.   It
cost you nothing for consultation, to plt-nxo
and Knttafy yoursolvi'ii wliethur tha Doctor utiJ
Htiituli- youra-ae.   II ho enn euro you ho willi
you so; If not, he will tell yon thnt, for hn_f
not undortaka n cnio unlcBti ho in conthti'iit t
f-H-tiiiRnciirt).
Pnrtlei nt n rilatauco wlnhinR trontment.l
■ending $2ft nnd u minute dcucrlplloii of tl
trouble* will receive in return n tail coiiinf
trentment neeurt-ly packed ro ob not to oxclto J
rtoaltf.
DB. SPINNEY will guarantee to lorfolt 1
Hundred Dollar*- for every ense of any kliii]|
chnracter which lio undertaken nnd Mb to curf
V. 8.—For diBOBBen of nliort Btnmtlng, n
courso of modIcine-t,' gtifllcient for u cure,
all limtrnrtiniiH, will ho Bent to nny uddrenfl
receipt of $10.
Cull or AddrcBM
Dr. WPINNKV A CO.,1
(128-ly      No. 11 Ketirney-Kt. ,8un Faanciico.tp
B.O., 15th July, im.
Jlyfiltd
Dominion License Act.
VTOTICE   IS  HEREBY GIVEN, that
JX H1h Excellency In Council lion been
{tleaHed to extend tbe time for tlio acceptance of applications for Ideenscs under
the Liquor License Act, hi New Westminster District, to the 1st Outober next, of
which nll persons concorncd aro required
to take notice.
Dat od 15th July,
W.Nt
JlylOml
OHMANHOLE,
1st License Commissioner-'
■*^—   , . i il;
CONTRACT
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL LET A
contract to white men or Indians for
cutting 1000 cords of shingle bloeks.juit
up at the rate of 100 cords per month. Will,
pay t}2 per cord, and will furnish tools mid
a house to livo In. It. STEVENSON, -*
Jo7-8m Chilliwhack
NOTIOE.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I ln-
I tend milking application to the Chief
Commissioner of Xands and Works for
permission to pusohase Two unsurveyed
Islands in Eraser River lying to the west
of the westerly point of Annaels Island
and to the south of Sect. 10, B. 4 N., Range
*st,
ALEX. EWEN.
New Westminster, July 21,1881.     Jly2Sm2
NOTIOE.
T HERKBY OIVB NOTIOE THAT 1
I Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for'permission
to purchase the following described lands,
situated in the District of New Westminster;
Commencing at the NW corner of tho
Government Reserve, situated on the
southern side of Knglish Bay; thenee due
south, along the western boundary of said
Reserve, to Its southwest corner; thence
due west 110 chains, moro or less, to the
eastern boundary of point Grey Reserve;
thence due north, nlong said eastern
boundary, to the shore of English Bay;
thenoo easterly, along shore of English
Bay, to the place of commencement, containing about 800 acres, more or less.
R.T. WILLIAMS.
Victoria, B. C. 3rd April, 18M.       apHc
DR. ALLEN'I
PRIVATE   DISPENSARY,
He]4 Kearny St., S*»n Frantlico, t'i
K-JTADU8IIED FOR TIIE SelSSIiriC AXD KpUDI Cl
dp Chronic, Nervous and Special DigEAaesf
THE EXPERT SPECIALIST!
T\R. ALIEN, AS IS WELL KNOWN, ll
X) regular grailuntcd I'byslcinn, educated!
Bomloin College nnd University of Miclilsnn. f
tini dt-votwl n lifetime to tlio ntmly of the trd
ment and curo of diseases within tiiB specialty .1
TOTOO MBN
And MIDDLE AGED MEN, whonrosiifTorlne I
tbe effeots of Youthful ImllicretlouB or Km
lu maturer yoara, Nervous nnd 1'mthicai. Demi
Ihfotikci, Lobi Manhood, confusion of Id-
dull eyes, avorsion to society, despondency, p
pies on tho fare, Ions of energy and memory,
quency of urinating, etc.
MY HOSPITAL EXPKBfKNCI
(Having been surgeon iu charge of two lem
hospitals) enables mo to treat all private Irou
witli excellent results. I wish It distinctly um
stood that I do not claim to perform Inipossll
ties, or to hnvo miraculous or supernatural _'
I claim only to be a wklllful and succc-uful I1
clan nnd Surgeon, thoroughly Informed In
Bpwinlty—
DISEASES OF  MAN.
All applying to mo will receive my hot
opinion of thoir complaints—No experiment in)
will gunrnntee n positive cure In every case 1
dertnke, or forfeit |1,000. Consultation in i
or by letter Pitts and strictly private. Oha
reasonable. Thorough examination, Inclm
chemical ami inlcroscoplcnl niinlysis of urine,
advlca, f&.uo: Office hours, (I to 3 dally, 0 t
evening. Sunday, 0 to 12 only. Cnlloraddr
DR.   ALLEN, I
2UJ.J Kearney street, San Francisco, Cat
T J9- Itomondicr, tlie Doctor has n Veuma
Compound, tho result of many yeurs of snr
practice and hard study, which, undor his sp-
advice, hai never foiled of success In thp cure
Lost Manhood, I'iustatoibijba, etc.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REHEl
lannevcr-ffllll
Cure for Nei
ous Debility,!-:
Iinustcil Vital
of any kl
Weakness, P
alysls, Pros
torrlioen.niifi
the terrible
fectsofjoiitli
follies, and excesses In maturer years,
DR. MINTIB will agree to fori
FIto Hundred Dollars for a case
this kind the Vltll Rcstontl\0 (uu
bis Bpecial advice and treatment) will i
cure, f»r for anything impure or Injuria
found In It. DR. MINTIE trenls all D
eaies successfully without tnereu
Consultation free. Thorough exaltation and advice, $6'00, Piice of VI
Restorative, $3-00 a bottle, or fa
times tbe quantity, $10-00; sent to a
address upon reoeipt of price, or C. O.
secure from obcorvation.nnd tn prlv
name   if  desired, by A. X. MINT'
jr.n.
Those wbo cannot visit DR, MINT
In San Franelico should'send n full n
minute statement of their troubles w
$25-00, and In return a full course
Medicine will be forwarded, securi
packed, so as not to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine C, O. D, mi
be accompanied wllh $1.00 (as a pu
antee of good fnl.li), which will be i
ducted whan the package Is shipped.
SAMPLE DOTTLE FRKB.-Httil
application by letter slating sympto?
bcx and nge. Communications itrlc
confidential. jnySl-1;
11 Keancr llreef. Hum Franclsec-, d

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