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Array THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—II  P0DIU8KU—-
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA STREET. Entrance to Editorial and Business Department through T. R.
Pearson & Cos. Book & Stationery Store.
XEBSM-By Halt, $3 a year | f 160 fur 0 mos. j
$1 for 3 mos. * payable In Advance. Delivered
by Carrier or Agont, SI por quartor,' payable
quarterly to Oarrlor or Agent,
AOENTS
T. N. Hibben A Co. v Viotoria.
Wm. Harrison Yale.
L. P. FISHER Advertising Agent, 21 Merchant's
Exchange, San Francisco, is authorised torecotro
Advertisements for this papnr.
PAPER   may be found on fllo at
THIS r Art it QwVi*." rowo.l*co.
Newspaper Advertising Bureau (ID Spruco St,'
where advertising contracts may be made for it
NEW YORK.
Wu ■ §ritish fdmnfamn.
Wednesday Homing, Sept. 26, 18SS.
A Favored Befflon.
We Bometimes complain of dry
weather, and sometimes of rain. The
past summer has been one of extraordinary drought, and if the usual
equilibrium is to. be maintained the
coming winter may be unusually
wet Fires occasionally destroy the
forests, and floods sweep over certain
portions of the settled country.
Aside from these British Columbia
seems particularly free from those
phenomena which leave death and
destruction in their track. Dining
the whole of the past summer a
large part of the United States has
been devastated by floods, hurricanes and cyclones. Millions of property have been destroyed, whole
communities have been blotted out,
and many lives have been lost, We
have no hurricanes in this country,
. and no cyclones. We are also free
from earthquakes. Although a very
mountainous country, of vast extent
and varied climate, British Columbia has no fear of the forces which
He beneath the surface of the earth.
Occasionally a Blight shook may be
felt, but the earthquake itself does
not visit our shores. And we are
also remarkably free from pestilence.
Once or twice since this province bo-
came oivilized.it has had small pox;
but the disease was confined chiefly
to the Indians, and its s;-rcad was
probably more the result of carelessness and uncleanness than from any
other cause. It is admitted by all
comers tbat we have a climate unsurpassed by any region on the continent, and our freedom from tho
plagues from which others sutler may
possibly have something to do with
this fact. It is said that peoplo accustomed to earthquakes can predict
their approach from certain peculiar
conditions of the atmosphere. The
atmosphere of British Columbia undoubtedly contains ingredients which
are not universal. It is a well
known faet that a case of hydrophobia has never been known on the
Pacific coaBt. We have never seen
a cause assigned for this, but one
would naturally e:,-pect to find the
cause in the condition of the attnos
phere. The air in tins country is
remarkably pure, and free from
miasma, People who (Alike their
home in British Columbia may de
so with the. assurance tlmt they
Stand upon a foundation whicli never
orumbles, and that no utuiosphm-ic
disturbances will ever occur to interfere with their peaceful und pros-
porous existence.
Chinese Commercial Aggression.
A Philadelphia dispatch says that
B. 0. Spicor, a wealthy resident of the
Pacific coast, just returned from Victoria, remarked: "Whilo in Victoria I
was informed that a delegation ef celestials were buying up a (treat portion
of available building lota in the 'suburbs. I discovered that these Chinamen represented . in themselves not
only * large amount of money, but.
they were vested with authority' by
hundreds of their fellow countrymen
throughout the United States to invest
their capital as they thought best. In
New York a silent but powerful forco
Ib day by day gathering stiwth, that,
ere long, will place Chinameii on a
financial footing with hundreds of
American retailers and small property
owners in that oity. Take Fivo Points
for instance. Gradually the Chinese
arm of proprietorship is extending
around it, and even to-day there are
numerous toa stores owned by Chinamen in that section."
Niagara to be Utilized.
A Buffalo dftpatoh lays: The problem which has for some time enlisted
publio attention, namely, how to utilize the enormous power going to waste
In the Niagara river, is one step nearer
a solution than it ever was before. £.
Baker, a Boston engineer, arrived in
Buffalo yesterday morning to look over
the field and take preliminary steps tq-
yrard an introduction of his apparatus.
It iB claimed by this gentleman that a
power equivalent to that furnished by
500,000 hones can be obtained by submerging his motor in the midst of
Niagara river, a foroe sufficient to
pump all the water to generate all tl.e
electricity and to run all the machinery
in the city of Buffalo, and this, too
without going to Niagara Falls for a
head of water.
-■■■ I- ■'      «•*•■
Clerk of the Court—"Owen Duller-
ty. Are you Owen Doherty?" Prisoner (with a merry twinkle in his eyes)
— "Yea,   begorra,   I'm owin' overy-
' My."
"Oould you Iind me the loan of a
pipe an* tobaoky 1" said Pat; "I havo a
The British Columbian.
VOLUME U
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1883.
NUMBER 25
A Mil's Prayer.
A Jefferson City Special to the St.
Louis Republican says:
Gov. Campbell today issued a pardon
to Eli Burnett, of Bates county, who
was, nt the July term, 1882, sentenced
to three years. in the penitentary for
grand larceny. The pardon was granted upon n petition which sets out that
the crime committed was Burnett's
first offense, and that, the law having
been sufficently vindicated by a year's
imprisonment, if given hiB liberty he
would lead an honest life; and further,
he ia the father of a little, motherless,
sickly girl, who iB thrown upon the
world, and who needa a father's oare
and attention. The petition is signed
by the prosecuting attorny, sheriff and
recorder of the county, ex-State Senator Bradley, and a largo number of
prominent citizens of Butler-county,
among whom aro bankers, physicians,
attorneys, merchants, ministers, farmers and other trades and profesaiona.
The Governor's order recites as follows :
" Granted, for the reasons given in
the within application signed by the
prosecuting attorney, prosecuting witnesses, nnd the officers of the county
nnd leading citizens, and especially upon tho application and tearful supplication of his six-year-old motherless
little girl."
The petition was presented yesterday
by the Bister of the prisoner, who was
accompanied by the little child. While
the Governor was reading tho petition
the little girl quietly approached him,
and, attracting his attention, aaid, with
streaming oyes and trembling lips:
"Please sir, let my papa go home
with me."
The Governor was greatly affected by
this simple prayer of the little orphan,
nnd with difficulty controlled his feelings. It waB no put-up job, no acting;
simply the earnest pleading of a weak
little child for her pupa. Whatever he
might do to others, to her he was nll in
all. Too young to know of crime, she
only knew her father had been taken
from her and was.in prison, and ahe
wanted him.
The Governor, however, did not allow his feel intra to awny him iu the
matter, and declined to act in tho caso
until he had duly considered it, but
kindly told tho little one he would seo
what lie could do for her by morning.
Whon sho loft sho took his hand and
aaid:
"Please let mo have my pupa."
This morning the sister nnd child
again called on the Governor, and the
child renewed her pleadings for her
father's release. Tho Governor, not
having decided ou granting the pardon, told tho little one ahe could go
home on to-day's train and he would
send her word what he would do, but
sho replied,
"I cannot go home again without
papa."
Following this thoy took iheir departure and wont out to tho penitentiary. About au hour later the Governor ciimo to the conclusion that tho
circumtdances of the case, the strung
recommendations, nnd particularly the
need of the child for a protector, warranted executive clemency, nnd order-
cdythe pardon. Immediately upon its
being tiigued ho dispatched a mease tiger tu tho prison with it, so the littlo
one's heart might bo made glad mid
her bur leu of sorrow removed aa soon
as possi bio,
The mater ot the prisoner says never
a day hits passed sinco tho imprisonment of Burin ii that the little girl h-m
uot wept for her fathor aud fretted
for hia return. * »
 ■»
Two inclics from Death.
The engineer of the train which
reaches thia city from Novristowu ut
11 o'clock at night had a thrilling experience tin Wednesday. His train
left Norrlstown with every prospect of
reaching JSith and Green street station
on time and without incident worth
mention. The train was rushing ou at
tho rate of nbuut thirty miles un hour,
and was within half a mile of Cnusho-
hockou when tho watchful engineer
wns horrified at seeing a man lying
within a hundred yards ahead of hia
ongino, and with his head apparently on
the rail. The air breaks wero put
down, the engine reversed, nnd every
effort made to stop the train beforo the
wheels reached the man's head. It
was too late. On tho engine rushed—
on a hundred yards before the train
oould be stopped. When it same to a
standstill the conductor, onginur, and
a numbor yf passangers went back to
pick up tlm mangled remain of the unfortunate victim. Imagine their Bur-
prise upon discovering thnt the man
wna neither dead nor mangled, but
sleeping quietly alongside the track,
not at all disturbed by the racket which
had boon recently made by the passing
train. Hia head was on a tie not moro
thnn two inches from tha rail, and the
wheels of tho train must have passed
over it within less thnn that distance.
HiB body was stretched along tho sleepers just outside the rail. The conductor woke him up roughly, and asked
him what he meant, by thus courting
such a horrible death. "Jl don't want
nothing but a little nap," said ho,
" and I don't see why a feller can't go
to Bleep out in the air in the country
without getting hauled about like he
waa a thief."
When tho danger of his position was
pointed out to him he only aaid: "Well,
I guess I had better got out a little
further." He was finally driven off and
warned not to attempt such a nap
again. Ho went off grumbling, and
not at all grateful. Engineer Ober says
he never saw suoh a man. " I beliovo,"
said he, "that that fellow could havo
slupl on top of one of tho volcanoes of
Java during an earth-junke.''—Philadelphia Record,, *
DRS. IMNNES & MATHERS.
Offico, Columbia St., opp. the Postoffice
OPEN DAY & NIGHT.
ARCH. MACLEOD, B.A.M.D.C.M.
Lato ot the New York Polyclinic.
Graduate of McQlll University, Montreal,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OFFICE-Noxt  Door  to  City  Council
Chambers, New West,, B. Ci
There is no preparation before the fee-
Sle to-day that commantla thoir confi-
eltco more, or meets with a bettor ule
than does Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild
Strawberry—tho infalliblo remedy for all
forms of Summer Complaint.
Br. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry will nevor fail you when taken to
curo Dysontory, Colic Sick Stomach, or
any form of Summer Complaint. Relief
ia almost hiataneous; a tow doaos cure
when othor remedies fnil.
The political contost being over, the
tiopular voto of the peoplo is now cast in
avor of Dr. Fowlor's Extract of Wild
Straw bony-—that matohloss remedy for
Cholera Morbus and ull Summer Com-
plaints,
GORDON I, CORBOULD,
Barrister, Solicitor, &c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRITISH     COLUMBIA.
R. T.WILLIAMS,
B
OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
and Blank Book Manufacturer.
Maps and Drawing Paper Mounted.
Files of Magazines, Illustrated Papera,
etc., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Government Street, Victoria, B. C.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STREET, - VICTORIA.
ASE1ITS   B-OB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
.   H.C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Piiubury Circus,
London, E. G.
JAKES   MORRISON,
CONVEYANCER,
Land and General Agent,
—AND—
A.TJOTIONEEB !
COLUMBIA  STREET,
(Opp. CnloQlnl H.t«l)
N 1SW   WESTMINSTER.
•taT Several good Farms for Sale and to
Lease. nolO
w.d. Ferris,
LAND,    HOUSE,
—AND—
GENERAL AGENT
Bent and Debt Collector.
SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
Agent Tor lhe TRAVEllKRS* IIFK
and ACOIDEXT IKSIIBANOB CO.,
Hartford, Conn.
OFFICE:—Columbia Street.,   Now
Westminster. deO
Everyman to his own Business
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP   COLONIAL HOTEL),
NEW WESTMINSTER,. B, 0.
Physicians* Prescriptions and Family Beclpes a Specialty.
N.  B. — Only Genuine Drags used.
Over twenty years' experience.    mr-iH
COME AND SEE
MTiae: Hm Cm Again, Sojil
THE PHOPHIKTOR, JAMES TUUN-
UUI'I-, having aifain taken p-wseiwion
oftlie TKMPEKAKM. 1IOIHE fronting on
Columbia anil Church Hire-its, opposite
Episcopal Church, Oity of Now Westminster, II. C, und now known ns the
'PARMER'S   HOME/'
Will accoimnodnto alt his old friends and
the iniiilli! generally who fuvor him with
a call, at old price**. Board per dny, 81.00:
Iloiirtl per week, 85,00; Single Meals, 25
cents; IjtiIh, '2h cents. «r Good nccommo*
riatlon for Ladles nnd Families.    nuLtitu
1TOTICB.
In the matter of the Estate and Effects ot
ANDREW FISHER, deceased intestate.
ALL PERSONS WHO ARE IN-
debted to the above Estate are required to pay the amount due forthwith;
and all persona who have auy -claims
against the said Estate are required to
forward tho same on or before the Uth
day of October, A. D, 1883, to
ME88BS. DAVIE k POOLBY,
Victoria,
Solicitors to the Administratrix.
Dated Victoria, 27th August, 1883,
(au2»tc)
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER A MANUFACTURER OF
AND AM, KINDS  OP
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
W
be happy to receive and execute orders
for all 'kinds of Musical Instruments.
Pianos and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from tho Mainland, forwarded
through W. H. Kcary, N. W.( will receive prompt attention. jySSto
ILL VISIT THE' MAINLAND,
a Professional Tour, aud will
GILLEY, MOONEY & CO.,
STEAM
FILE DRIVERS
WHARF-BUILDERS, &C,
Hoisting or »11 kinds, snd lightering dono on short notico.
ADDRESS-Now Westminster, B. C.
(au25tc)
MRS. M. ECKSTEIN
HAS    JUST   OPENED   A   NEW
Store at •
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found a full stock of
Dry floods, Groceries, and General Merchandise,
Whioh will be sold at New Westminster
Prices.
IV Next Door to Caledonia Hotel.
...(apl8to)
BOOTS and SHOES
FROM
HE A THORN'S
Boot ft Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTORIA   PRICES.
K. THOMAS,
Shop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Col
umbia st., New Westminster,
FURNITURE I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
eure in announcing that he Ib now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ke., at the lowest possible prices.
Cabinet work and Upholstering dona
promptly and in first-class stylo.
UNDERTAKING
III all Its branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old stand, next Occident Hotel.
J. 0. BTJNTE,
Late Manager Sehl's Branch Furniture
Storo. .   au5to
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER.
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.      .
Sales Room, Firi-proof Building,
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, • BRITISH COLUMBIA.
*2r 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 their
Stock, Stock in trade, or Fnuiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, con Hnd a Cash Buyer by calling
on tho above. Office of the British Columbia Wire Works, AH sorts of wire
work done. Orders filled with neatness
and dispatch.
OIHce of Harbor Hosier aad Pert Warden. felO
NOTICE
(LIMITED),
Carrying H. M. Mails and
B. 0. Express,
LEAVE IRVINQ'S WHARF
FOR VICTORIA:
Wednesdays and .Saturdays at 7 a.m.
FOR VALE & WAY PORTS:
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m.
For Freight or Passage apply at the
Office.
THOS. L. BRIGGS,
apl Ito Agent.
nsTOTICE
ESTABLISHED 1S59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER*
Hourly Opposite tlie Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
T
|HE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, aud Steamboats at tho
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
0. t. WOODS.
CEO. TURNER
WOODS & TURNER,
LAND SURVEYORS,
REAL ESTATE AOENTS,
Accountant! & 'Conveyancer*,
(OlllBIl   STKEET,
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
WE HAVE FOR SALE IMPROV-
ed and unimproved Lands at
PITT RIVER,
MAPLE RIDGE,
,:     LANGLEY,
j MATSQUI,
MISSION,
BURRARDS INLET,
FALSE CREEK,
PORT MOODY,
TRENANT,
NORTH ARM,
SALT SPUING ISLAND.
N LOTS AT POrTmOODY FOR SALE.
UND   HIIVEHMJ   < IBEHL1V  AMI
I-HOHITIV ATTENDED TO.
MOTET TO LOAN ON GOOD »t< I EITV.
AGENTS FOR THK
rhenlxFIre ln.nr.nrr €•«. nr Brooklyn,
Ihe Equitable Lire A..nrance society
or Ike Halted male., and
Ulatldlai, MrBran «l.'o'«. t llrlllrcl Monr
Sewer and Cklmner Pine., tiorden
Vu.es, Ae.
WOODS * TURNER.
New Westminster, B. C,
April 2, 1883.
ap4
Vv* ' a,,'.,    Vo
-  SAWS -
ji
"i     -         AND .
'I I   .. „,.v,V J
-ALSO"
Engines, Boilers, Pumps,
Wood and Iron-working
Machinery, Belting, Paok-
ing. Hose, «c, fto., fto-
ROYAL  OITY
nun MS D,
LI1BITBD
HAVE ON HAND AND ABE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
—ALL DESCRIPTIONS Or—
Hough & Dressed Lniber,
MOULDINGS,
Doors, Sashes, and Blinds.
Planing, Scroll-Sawing, Turning, Shaping,
And all kinds of WOOD-FINISHING,
executed to order with the
MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
FISH  CASES  A   SPECIALTY.
RICHARD 8TREET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   E   0.
JOHN HENDRY,
Manager.
■|or§itle-*r*IoStttt.
To Rent.
ROOMS SUITABLE FOR SINGLE
man,' on Dallas street.  Apply to
HENBY V. EDMONDS,
jeSO-to] land Agent.
THE MUNICIPALITY OF SURREY
Offers great inducements to persons
IN SEARCH OF A HOME
——Wo have	
IGOODLAKpSi
Both wild aad improved.
Good Roads* Schools, Churches
And Post Office.
Our facilities for trade are excellent.
We have good
WATER   COMMUNICATION
With outside markets, and our
CLIMATE  IS  UNRIVALLED.
Plenty of Government Land,
TO MANUFACTURERS and GRIST
OR SAW MILL MEN establishing
themselves In this Municipality, the
Municipal Council are ottering LIBERAL
INDUCEMENTS. For further particu*
lars apply personally or by letter to'
HENRY T. THRIFT, C. M. C.
Intelligence Officer.
Clovor Valloy, Surrey, B. C.    tmylO-t0
-JUBT-
-AN INVOICE OF-
WAGGONS!
Cutting Boxes, Boot Slicers,
French Ban Stone Chopping Mills,
Fannin? Mills, Clipper and
Mohawk Flows, &o„ &c.
BURNS&CO'Y,
■   VIOTORIA,   B. C,
AdBSTS  FOR
BRANTKORTI,    ONTARIO.
Portable Saw Mills.   Crist Mills,
Slilnglo Mills,   Champion Engine., Saw Mill Machinery,
te., ke,
I Harris, Son £ Company,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Brantrord Mowers and  Beaperi,
Osborne Mowers, Brantrord and
Osborne Cord Binders.
J.O.Wisnor, Son& Company,
BRANTFORD,   ONTARIO.
Centennial  Sulky   Rake,   Sprint
Tooth Harrows, Spring Tooth
Cultivator, Brantrord Drain
Drill, die.,  ie.
'ir Macliinos always on hnnd. Repairs
kept. del3
New Fish Market I
H
JAMES TAFFANDALE
AS JUST OPENED A NEW FISH
Market on
FRONT  STREET,
East nf the Holbrook House, where will
bo found a fall supply of Hsh of all
kinds and of the best quality.
Purchases delivered in any part of ths
oity.   A call is solicited. mh28to
J. K. PLEACE A CO.
mrOKTIBSAHDDIAIJIKS 18
HARDWARE
STOVES,
RANGES,  &C, &C.
House Furnishing Gods,
PAINTS, OILS, and TURPENTINE,
8PORTING QOOD8
A full assortment constantly on hand, at
the LOWEST MARKET RATES.
TINWARE MANUFACTURED ON TNE PREMISES.
All klftds er Water-pipe Work* at reasonable rate*, by a competent Wark*
■mum satisfaction gnaranteed.
tr Jobbing promptly attended to.
■OtraoOIL'8 BTONE BITODING.
New Westminster.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Old Broad St. and' 16 Pall Hall.
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Farming Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Bock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; also, Ships build*
ing and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivors and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRS.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600.000 STG.
Rates of Premium' and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. AKMSTBONfi,
Agent for New Westminster,
BRITISH COLUMBIA
MARKET
YALE, PORT MOODY AND NEW
WESTMINSTER.
The bet quality of
BEEF, PORK & MUTTON
Will be kept constantly on hand.
All bills presented On the lst of each
month, anil must bu paid by 15th,
mjlii-tc] HAVENS 4 CO.
WALSH'S
W,\
EupiiM
MOSTF.\SIII(I\!\IILE1\: Tilt CITY,
Opposite tlie Bank, Columbia street,
New Westminster, B. 0.      [my26-tc.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
AT NEW WESTMINSTER.
NO   FREIGHT
WILL BB RECEIVED BY THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC-NAVIGATION CO. IUMITE0I
Except on their own Printed Forms of
Shipping Receipts, to be had at T, R.
Pkaiwon k Co.'a, New Westminster.
apll
JOHN IRVING, Manager.
NOTIOE.
MR. \V. N. DIGGLK HAVING
withdrawn from the firm of Dans*
muir, Diggle k Co., doing business at
Departure Bay, Nanaimo, the business
will in future be carried on under the
firm name and style o£ R. Dnusmuir k
Sons.
R. DUNSMUIR.
Dated Sept. 14, 1888, MlSml
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The Only Fire-Proof Hotel
in.tbe City,
THE CULINARY DEPABTHENT
IS UNDER THE CHARGE OP AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public tbat be
hu purchased the above Hotel, when
everything will be found first-class, and
at reasonable rates.
Tke Fulori ind Sleeping Anirt-
ments are under the superintendence
of Mrs. Austin.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
A Private Beading Roam, commodious, comfortably famished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the-ate of guests.
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Winks, Liquors, Chubs, Ao.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Pbopbuiob.
Granville Hotel,
GRANVILLE,
BUERABD      INLET.
Newly Built and Xewljr Famished,
large and Commodious.
OK OF THE BEST HOTELS OH THE tUIHUHS.
Commands an unbroken view of that
magnificent sheet of water known as
Coal Harbor, the future terminus
of   the  Canadian Pacific
Railway.
stim ar boom fob famous.
-r VUitors and Tourists will find It a
quiet and pleasant resting place.
The scale of charges will be found to
be strictly moderate.
Good stabling on the premises.
I0SEPH MANNION,
PXOFBIETOB.
FOR_8ALE.
THE LIGHTEST-ROWING, FAST-
•st-sailing, and best built Boat on
Fraser River; newly painted; thoroughly
equipped with mast, boom, and sail; 8
pair ash oars; rowlocks, rudder, cross-
head and tiller, chain, &o. Price f 100.
aulSto C. G. MAJOR.
FORSALE CHEAP:
A GOOD DAIRY FARM. Dwelling
House, Barns and other out-build-
tags, with the Stock, Dairy Utensils aad
implements of husbandry. For particulars apply to
W. D. FERRIS,
Land Agent, Ac
New Westiniuster,
20th April, 1883. ap21tc
FOR SALEOR LEASE.
THE PALACE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, Front Street, Now
Westminster.  A licensed House, In a
good position,   Either with' or without
Furniture.
Apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
aulSto Land Agent,
15.
FORSALE:
NEW   MILCH   COWS   AND
_ _ Calves, and 40 Hogs. To be seen
at the shop of the undersigued, Ladner's
Landtag. Abo, 12 yoke broken oxen,
very large, girth 7J feet. Enquire of W.
H. Ladner, Ladner's Landing, or U.
Nelson k Co.. Yale, sr A. M. Nelson,
New Westminster. Will trade them for
beef cattle, at lowest cash price*.
jeSO-tc] U. NEISONACO.
COLUMBIA STBEET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.G.
HAVING PURCHASED AND COM-
pletoly re-furnished and otherwise
eatly improved this well-known estab-
ilimcnt, I   have the pleasure to announce that it is now
MM M= MS—*
For the reception of Guests.
Conveniently located and well appointed in every department, with
BATH ROOMS
And all the moat modern appliances, it
will be found in every respect the beat,
as it is the largest and most commodious,
Hotel on the Mainland.
The
RESTAURANT
Department is under the very beat management both as regards cuniNi and
attendance, and parties desiring them
can have PRIVATE DINING ROOMS,
with special attendance.
THE  BAR ROOM
Is stocked with the choicest Wises and
Liquobs, and the best brands of CiGAM
-vill always be bept on hand.
THE BILLIARD ROOM
Is spacious and well appointed, and provided with Strahli's Patent CUSHION
TABLES, the best in use.
sTGood attendance aud moderate
charges.
J. E. INSLEY,
PsonuETou A Makaoih.
December 1,1886.
do«
New Fall Ooods!
 AT THE—
CASH TAILOR'S.
MERCHANT TAILOR
Lytton Square, New Westminstor.
Broadcloths and fine tweeds always on
hand.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Try Hia $25 Suit.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE
THE SHOP AND PREMISES ON
Columbia St, nnt the Customs
House, lately occupied by Nelson Bros.
The situation is excellent for any business purpose. The building Is divided
into two shops, and has a good supply of
water. Will be sold at a bargain, or
leased to a suitable tenant. Apply on
the premises to
ap21tc W. J. FRENCH.
FORJ5ALE.
LOT  2,  BLOCK  IX.
"    I,    "       xxn.
"   10,    "      xxvin,,
City of New Westminster.
—ixso—
LOT  4,  BLOCK  I.
"8*0,   "       in.
. "   *,    "     v.
"     8,      "        X.
"  18, 10, A 20, BLOCK XHI.,
Suburban lands.
Apply to
H. V. EDMONDS,
New Westminstor,
or to ALLSOP k MASON,
Victoria.
W.R. HOAR'S
NEW HARNESS SHOP
Columbia St., next door to tbo
Bank of British Columbia.
Every description of work In
SADDLES,
(English or Mexican,)
Carriages or Wagon Harness, Leather,
Hone-Clothing etc. atrThe best Santa
Cruz Leather used. Charges moderate.
A trial solicited. [mylO-to.
BOYS' SOHOOL
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Pbctcifal, • • • REV. C. J. BENTON
Graduate of King's Collogo, N. 8.
This institution will bo opened in ths
Fall. Board and Tuition, 0200 per annum. ' For particulars apply to the Bish*
op of New Westminster.       [jy7-3m.
STEAM SERVICE
 BETWEEN	
Hit Weftmiaiter ud M im
THE STR. "AlICE" WILL MAKE
dally trips from North Arm to
New Westminster and return, calling
for Freight and Passengers along tho
mainland channel (wherever a signal is
shown) on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays; aud along the South aide of
Sea Island on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays. The stenmerw.il leave North
Arm about 6 a. m., and leave Now West.
minster about 4 p.m. '
aulSto J. W. SEXSMITH.
DISSOLUTIONOF PARTNERSHIP
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETO-
fore existing between Joseph Wintemute and G. W. Gilley, of the City of
New Westminster, carrying on lbs busi.
ness of pile drivers, Ac, hu this day
been dissolved by mutual consent. All
debts owing to the lato Arm must bo paid
forthwith to Joseph Wintemute, who
will discharge all liabilities ot ths said
Arm.
JOS. WINTEMUTE,
GEO. W. GILLEY.
New West., 21st Aug., 1889.
The badness will hereafter be oarried
on by G. W. Gilley, Lako Mooney, and
John McMuter, under the name of Gilley, Mooney k Co. aojoml
DOMINION SAWMILL COMPANY
(LIMITED)
OFFICE:—HICHAHD ST., HEW KSTMIMTB.
mHE ABOVE OOMPANY HAVDHJ
L acquired tbe business hitherto oarried on by Webtter and Company, an
now prepared to supply all kinds of manufactured Lumber at the lowest possiblo
rates. At all the Book Accounts of tha
late firm of Webster ud Company havo
been transferred to the above Company,
all persons Indebted to tha late firm are
requested to settle up their aooounta
without delay.
J. & HENDERSON,
_;      .    Manager,
HAVING   DISPOSED   OF   THB
lumber   manufacturing business
carried on by me under the firm nam. of
w$#* J$ P*I *° *■» Dwfctata. Saw
Mill Co. Limited, Ibegtoaskfor soon-
tlnuanoetothemof the patronage hitherto extended to m«.
aulBto ). A, WEBSTER. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
A Card....
Snag-Boat..
...H. V. Edmonds
....H. S. Roebuck
lhe §ritish Columbian.
Wtdnndar >•»■■(. S'Pl. >•• ""*'•
Port Mood) incorporation.
If another application is made
for the incorporation of Port Moody,
as intimated, we hope the promoters
of the scheme will not resort to
the subterfuges made uso of on a
former occasion. Jf there are bona
fide citizens enough at Fort Moody
to constitute a municipality, and
they are agreed upon the propriety of
incorporation, we suppose incorporation will be had. But it cannot be obtained by means of bogus leases.
Bush tactics are unworthy of the
terminal oity, aud they will not
succeed. The bona fide residents
of Fort Moody should well consider,
however, whether they will gain anything by incorporation. We are
decidedly of the opinion that they
would not The community isal-
together too small and its resources
are too limited for carrying on tho
affairs of a municipality successfully.
Beforo a respectable revenue oould
be raised taxes would be very heavy,
and we have yet to learn what advantage is to he gained. We have
not only denied that story already,
but have shown on the authority of
Mr. J. 0. Hughes and Constable
Sharpe that it was impossible. Its
repetition ean do no harm except
to those who are silly enough to proclaim themselves as wilful falsifiers.
The Branch Railway.
We have several times drawn attention to the necessity of railway
connection between this oity and
thoC. P. R, and pointed out the
. importance of immediate action.
The more one reflects upon tho sub-
ject the more clearly must it appear
that the progress and development
of thia city can never bo assured
without railway connection. We
are gled to learn that the directors
of the Now Westminster ifc Port
Moody Bailwny Co. aro beginning
to show signs of life, and there is a
probability of somo notion being
taken towards the construction of
the road. The company was incorporated last year, and the authorized
capital is $200,000, which, it was
estimated, would be sufficient to
build the road. It is .the general
opinion that this road should con-
nect with the 0. P. E. somewhere
about the Coquitlam river bridgo.
The distance to that point is, we
believe, about 8 miles, and there
are no serious bin-tiers in tho way
of road'making. The cost would be
vory much less than tho cost of a
road to Port Moody, nnd the accommodation would be equally good.
The only serious question which
presents itself is that of ways and
means. It may be fairly presumed
that all are agreed upon the necessity of the work, but there may be
difference of opinion concerning tha
mode of its accomplishment. Where
is the.$200,000 to come from! We
believe the people of this city may
make up their minds that no such
road will be built by private enter-
prise unless it is subsidized by a
municipal bonus of some kind. The
scheme is proposed wholly in the
interest of the city, and the oity
will certainly be called upon to give
it a subsidy. It has been suggested
that property-owners should be asked
te subscribe sufficient to build the
road. When built it would undoubtedly add to the value Of city
property from fifty to a hundred
per cent., and it would pay the
holders of real estate to hand over
one-third of their property rather
than lose the road. But would they
do itt We are afraid not Some
might, and those who refused would
receive the same benefit as those
who consented. In a scheme which
involves the welfare of the whole
community it would be just and
proper that every citizen Bhould be
assessed in proportion to the inter
est he hu at stako. We do not
know how large a bonus would be
required, but if it does not exceed
$50,000 we are of opinion that a
by-taw granting it would bo carried,
Not long ago it was suggested by
.the Columbia-* that some of our
oity reserves should be sold.- We
havo more public squares and gap
dens than we shall ever make good
use of. It was suggested that a
proper title be obtained to these
wast* lands, and that a large portion
of them be sold for the benefit of
ths eity. In this way a large sum
might bo realized, and it has been
suggested to us that the proceeds of
tho nl* should bo applied towards
tha railway bonus We believe this
way of meeting the difficulty is
worthy of serious consideration. At
' present these publio reserves answer
no useful purpose whatever. They
bring no revenue to the city, and
thoy am of no benefit to anyone,
U tbey vim Mid, tht proceeds
might materially lessen the railway
bonus to be borrowed; and these
properties would yield a largo revenue tc the city in the shape of
taxes. There seems to be an opinion
in some quarters .that this railway
should not be built until the question of the C. P. B. terminus has
been absolutely settled, as grave
doubts exist on that subject. We
think this would be most unwise.
The terminus will undoubtedly remain at Port Moody for some years
at least, and it iB of the utmost importance that the railway from this
oity should be constructed with the
least possible delay. If connection
is made with the C. P. B. at the
Coquitlam, a change of terminus
will not affect our road at all. But
if the C. P. II. is completed and
pnt in operation before we make
connection with it, this oity will at
once lose her position as mistress of
the mainland trade. She cannot
compete successfully with Port
Hammond or Fort Moody without
railway connection. ' Dcluy, therefore, means disaster. There is
everything to bo gainod and nothing
to bo lost by prompt nnd energetic
action. Noxt year the C. P. B.
will be in operation from Port
Moody to Yale, and it is quite likely
the bulk of the interior traffio will
go over that road. At the same time
it is believed there will be direct
steamboat connection between this
city and the terminus of the Northern Paoifio Kailway on Pugot Sound.
New Westminster will then be in a
position to do* the wholesale trade
of the mainland ou more advantageous terms than 'Viotoria. But
can she expect to compete with
Port Hamm'md, if tho steamers
choose to make that their headquarters I Goods coming over the
Northern Pacifio must be sent by
steamer to this city, transhipped
nnd i,. L by another steamer to Port
Hammond before they could reach
tho railway for the interior. Every
transhipment means an additional
expense; and if the steamers went
direct to Fort Hammond goods
would be delivered there just as
cheaply as at this city. . But we
have before pointed out that if /.ere
was railway connection between this
city and the C. P. R,, we would at
once become the practical terminus
of both the O. P. B. and the steamboat lines. To secure this position
we should strain every nerve. We
shall be glad to receive for publication the suggestions of any person
who may wish to discuss tho subject
of railway connection and how to
secure it. In the multitude of
councillors there is wisdom.
A CARD.
To the Citizens of New Westminster;
Gentlemen,—In resigning into your
hands before tlie expiration of iny term
the trust reposed iu me by you at tho
beginning of tiio year it in necessary that
I should explain my reasons for doing so.
When I accepted the position of Mayor
of this City I did so with a full knowledge of the responsibility that would
devolve on me in carrying out the duties
connected with the otlice and with a determination to the best of my ability to
carry them out in an efficient manner.
Whether I have done so or not is not for
me to say; hut it must bo evident that
without the confidence and support of
tho Municipal Council those duties cannot be effectively discharged. A case
has recently occurred in which necessary
support required was denied me, aid my
confidence in the Council is therefore
shattered. I cannot consent to remain
in the position of Mayor of the City with
" ""    on my shoulders of
the
carrying out the laws iu force here with
the feeling that the Municipal Council
might nullify or impede my action, and
my only course, therefore, Is to resign.
Hihrv V. Edmonds.
PUBLIC     WORKS
DEPARTMENT.
SNAG BOAT!
SEALED   TENDERS
ADDRESSED TO THE DOMINION
Government Agont, Viotoria, will
bo received at this office up to 5 p. m.,
MONDAY, October 10th next, for the
construction of a
SiT-A-CI- BOAT
 AKff FO*	
Engines.  Boilers and Machinery
For tho Same.
Detailed Drawings and Specifications
of the SnAg Boat, and a general Spccifi-*
cation of tne Engines, Boilers and Machinery required, and,of the conditions
on which Tenders for the same ore to be
based, may be seen at this office, and at
the Dominion Telegraph Office, New
Westminster, on and aftor the lst proximo.
Tenders will be received for the Boat
and Engines, ke., conjointly, or for each
sepaiatelv.
Each Tender must Be accompanied by
an accepted Bank Cheque or Certificate
of Deposit for tho sum of $1,000.00, if
the Tender bo for the Boat'and Engines,
&o., conjointly, or $500.00 il for each
work separately, payable to the order ot
the Dominion Government Agent, which
will be forfeited if the tenderer decline
to enter into a contract when called upon
to do so, or if he fail to complete the
work contracted for. If the tender be
not accepted the Cheque or Certificate of
Deposit will he returned.
The lowest or any tender not necos*
sadly accepted.
U. S. ROEBUCK, Secretary.
Office of the Dominion Gov't Agent,
V-ictork, B. C, Slit Sept,, 1883.
(M26td)
2 HORSES FOR SALE.
Apply
to
Bisiior
OF
New Westminster,
Or to
»c22tc
u.
K. Woods.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH MLUMBIA.
In the Estate of JOHN D0NLAN,
deceased intestate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to the
above Estate are required to pay
tho amount duo forthwith. And all per*
sons haviug claims against the said
Estate must f or ward the same on or before
the 25th October, 1883, to tho undersigned.
E. A. JENNS,
Administrator.
Dated New West., 18th Sept., 1883.
(se22ml)	
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In the matter of the Estate and Effects
of ELIJAH JOHN BETTS, deceased.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to the
above Estate are required to pay
the amount duo forthwith. And all persons having claims against the said
Estate must forward the same on or boforo the 25th November, 1883.. to the
undersigned.
E. A. JENNS,
Administrator.
Dated New West, 18th Sept., 1883.
(se22ml)
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH MLUMBIA,
ht the matter of the Estate and Effects
of HENRY HESSE, deceased intestate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to the
above Estate aro required to pay
the amount due forthwith. And all persons having claims against the said
Estate must forward the same on or before 25th October, 1883, to. the urder-
siencd.
E. A. JENNS,
Administrator.
Dated New Wert.. IStli ScJpt., 1883. .
;      (sfl22ml)	
Estate-4T,Jones
DECEASED.
BY ORDER OF THE ADMINISTRATOR, J. C. PREVOST, Esq.
J. L EDWARDS
WILL SELL,
On the lltli Octolier, 1883,
AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
On the Promises,
Grand Prairie, Biitish Columbia,
FREIGHT WAGONS;
EXPRESS WAGONS;
REAPER; PLOWS;
HARROWS, ETC.
HORSES, CATTLE
MILCH COWS,
IIOlISEnOLD  FURNITURE,
Etc.,      Eto.,      Etc.
 (so22td)
C.N.TREW.M.D.
M. C. P_&, 8. O.
Surgeon B,  C.  Penitentiary ; Surgeon New Westminster Jail;   .
Coroner for the District.
nmrK-.r-.rnrr or Clarkson A McKen-
ile Klirel*. ttraldrncc. Mary Street, sett
JOHN GARROW, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon.
OFFICE and RESIDENCE- Church St.
(next door to Farmers' Home), near
Colombia St., New Westminster, B.C.
Ofiiee Hours—8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 and
0:30 to 8 p. m. Calls in town and
country promptly attended to. [au4*to
Change of Management!
MERCHANTS* EXCHANGE HOTEL
JAMES PUNCH, HAVING PUR-
chased the interest of Mr. Thomas
Cloland in thia houso, wilt shortly open
it as a
FIR8T-OLA88   HOTEL.
JKTEvory comfort at moderate charges.
(soStc)       	
CONCERT
A CONCERT  WILL  BE GIVEN
in the
SKATING RINK I
—ox-
Wednesday Evening, October 10,
By tho Methodist Church Choir, assisted
by othor musicians In this city, Victoria,
and elsewhere.   ■
Particulars will be published shortly.
ADMISSION-GO cents. BelSto
NOTICE.
In the Supreme Court of
British Columbia.
Re the Burrard Inlet Fitting Company,
Limited.
BY AN ORDER OP THE ABOVE
Court mado on the 8th Sept. init.,
all moneys due to tho said Company are
to bo forthwith paid to ine, and aU
claims against the said Company aw to
be rendered to me at my office. Bastion
street, .Victoria, next Bank ot B. C, on
or before the lst day of October next.
E. M. JOHNSON.
Address: Reoetver.
- P.O. Box 168, Viotori»,B.C.   il9td   |
CHANCE for FARMERS
MRS.    GOELLERT    HAS   ONE
Thousand Grain Backs for sale.
Apply at City Brewery,
BelSto MRS. GOELLERT.
Grand  Concert!
In aid of the Funds of the
Royal Columbian Hospital,
To be given in the
DEILLSHBD
—OS—
Thursday Evening, Oct. II, 1883
 (solOtd)
A. J. ALPORT,
ACCOUNTAHT, CONVEYANCER.
Land. Bouse, and flnunl
RENT8 & DEBT8 COLLECTED.
Accounts made up and Balance Sheets
prepared.
OFFICE—Mackenzie Streot, adjoining
the office of Messrs. Corbould k McColl.
(solute)
Eureka Silver Mining Go,
(LIMITED.)
AN ORDINARY GENERAL MEET-
ing of the Eureka Silver Mining
Company (Limited) will be hold at thoir
offico, Front Street, New Westminster,
on Tuesday tho 2nd day of October next,
at 7 o'clock p. m.
The transfer books will bo closed dining the fourteen days immediately preceding the meeting.
J. A. R. HOMER,
Sec. E. 8. M. Co. (Limited)
New West., Sept. 14, 18S3.       solStd
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
riml1
m
WILL  HOLD THEIB
•AJ-snsr-u-jLL
EXHIBITION
 IN  THE	
NEW AGRICULTURAL HALL
 AT——'
New Westminster, B. C.
WEDNESDAY, 10th OCT., 1883.
Ami two following Days.
For particulars seo Posters and Pamphlets.
A. PEELE, Sec. B. C. A. A. .
New West., B.C.,
Sept. 5th,  1883. »c8td
PACIFIC
CARRIAGE
WORKS
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, It. €.
WE BEG LEAVE TO INFORM
the residents of Now Westminster and tho Mainland of British Co-
lumbia that we havo opened tho above
Factory, and aro prepared to fill with
PROMPTNESS all orders for
CARRIAGES,
BUGGIES,
HEAVY WAGGONS,
PLOWS,
HARROWS,
 AND OTHER	
FARMING IMPLEMENTS
RKP1IRS KIKCVTM WITH MEAT.
NESS ind DISPAICn.
ORDERS   FROM   THE  COUNTRY
CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.
A STOCK OF COFFINS ALWAYS ON HAND.
KURTZ & CO..
Pioneer White Labor
CIGAR
-AND-
CIGARETTE
MANUFACTURERS,
Victoria, B. C
 Have Completed	
11onr inniTifuin
To  tlieix   Factory.
LflllUL  flUUIIIUIlU
Employ upwards of
SIXTY  OPERATIVES,
Have in stock
500,000 WELL - SEASONED CIGARS
Made from the best Veulta Havana
TOBACCO.
See that our TRADE MARK is on each
Box Uncut.
Having had many years' oipcrlonce In
tho business, we feel confident of giving
general satisfaction, and would therefore
with confidence solicit a share ot your
patronage.
JOHNSTON * SMITH
Will have ready lst October a superior
ALL  TOBACCO
CIGARETTE,.
Manufrctured from selected Havana
Tobacco.
Orders
Will be booked for Cigarettes from 1st
September and filled in their turn
M to MsMira First-Ck
We make no Common Cigars.
TRAPP
BROS.
Importers of
GENERAL
WE HAVE
troUR-et
New Goods
 PROM	
LONDON  DIRECT.
ips-
L0VELY SHADES,
FINE MATERIAL,
EXCELLENT WEAR,
LOW PRICES.
IMPORTANT TO SHIPPERS.
New Thbohqh Route Between Portland and New Westminster.
THE OREGON RAILWAY AND
Navigation Co., will dispatch the
steamer Gipsy from New Tacoma with
flour and merchandise for New West* .
mister direct on July 12th, 1883, and
thereafter at regular intervals.
Through rates from Portland, flour
and feed, 96 per ton of 2,000 lbs.; merchandise; 98 per ton of 2,000 lbs,
JNO. MUIR, Supt. of Traffic.
A. L. STOKES, Asst. Supt. Traffio.
•jy4.tc] C. E. CLANCY, Agent.
CLOCKS
CM.  McNAUGHTEN
HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LAKG-
est assortment of Clocks ever held
on tlie Mainland of British Columbia.
Mckel Clocks, at 82.2S (warranted).
SctU Thomas'  Nickel Alan-: at
$3.26.
. All kinds of Mantel and  once
Clocks.
Waltham Watches, coin silver cases,,
from $15 upwards.
A fine assortment of Stirling Stiver
Jewelry, of the latest designs.
Silver Plate Ware and Optical
Goods,
Columbia Street,
au2 Now Westminster, B.C.
Harvesting Machinery.
Buckeye and Warrior Mowers, Steel Plows, Gilpin and
Ithica Horse Rakes, the Johnstone Combined Reaper and
Mower, the Johnstone Reaper, the EcCormick Harvester
and Binder (the best in the
market), Harpoon Hay Forks.
TB1PT
BROS.,
AUCTIONEERS.
.1.
jo27t3.
OPPOSITE PIONEER WHARF,
FRONT STREET,
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
IMPORTER AMD DEALER IK
Dry floods, Clothing,
Hats and Milliner-*,
Fancy Goods, Jewelry,
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery, Cutlery,
cigars and Tobaccos,
Fruits and Confectionery.
Stock largo and woll selected. All
Goods first-class, and will be Bold at
very low prices for cosh.
mhl* M. ECKSTEIN.
1862.
1883.
COLUMBIA
HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
7AMES
db CO.,
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS.
GENERAL
WE HAVE NOW THE
most extensive stook
to be found in the Province,
consisting of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries and Provisions,
Patent Medicines, Hardware,
Agricultural Implements,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp
Stock, Paints, Oils, Ship
Chandlery imd Stores, Stoves
and Tinware, Plumbers'
Goods, Plaster,Cenient, Lime,
&o., &b.
Orders for the above solicited. Prices out low. Terms
Cash.
April 8th, 1888.
Vl %\tt _\ritteh Columbian,
Wednc-iaiij Morning, flrpi. ss, 1883.
rAMENGEBS.
por str. Irving, from Yalo, Sopt. 24—
Mrs DockHtcadcr. Minn Miller, Messrs
Docksteatler, McLean, Coffir, JIcIhihjh,
Haskott, Hawkins, Willis, I-ong, Cnatnln,
and 20 Chineso,
In this oity, on the 24th Inst., by the Rev.
It. Jam lot-on, Gilbert McKay, Langley, to
Mary Ann Molvor, Port Hammond,
McNAIR.-In this city, on the Mtli, John
Alexander, only son of D. MuNalr,
aged 1 year and 3 months.
ANDERSON.-At Biirrnrd Inlot, on tho
23rd   inst., John Anderson, aged 30
Weather continues charming, worm
clays and cool nights,
Men have commenced on tlie Columbia stroot improvement.
Tho pile drivor began work at the
Bteam ferry wharf on Monday,
The atr. Irving brought down 100
boles of hay on Monday night for Victoria. *
Work will'be commenced this week
on the wharf across the river to adapt
it to the ferry.
Mayor Edmonds publishes a curd to
the citizens, which will be found in
another column.
Tlie steamship Sardonyx is advertised to leave San Francisco for this
port next Saturday,
Yesterday there was a good deal of
smoko iu tho atmosphere, probably
coming from tho sound.
Tho ship Morris has completed discharging rails at Port Moody, and will
take on a cargo of lumber.*
. It cost tho Northern Pacific 880,000
to drivo its lost spiko, but it will get
well advertised for that sum.
The regular semi-monthly mooting
of tho Blue Ribbon club will bo hold
in the Skating Rink to-night.
During tho first 2 months of the year
over 143,000 persons have lost their
lives through accidents and plagues.
The str. Yosomito did not arrive
from Victoria until about 7:30 last
night.' She was detained by thick fog
in the gulf.
They aro going to grow oysters at
the .Gorge, near Victoria.   Mr. A. J.
McLollan has gone east for an oyster
, to start the thing.
The firat half of tho road from Bonson's Hotol to the wharf at .Port
Moody is completed, and the othor
half is progressing.
We aye informed that a party of surveyors encaged in locating the railway
from Washington Territory to tho G,
P. R. have reached Matsqui. ,
Ooal is reported scarce at Nanaimo,
the demand being in excess of the
supply. It is to bo hoped the mines
will Boon be able to fill all orders.
Last Saturday. Dr. Masters, who had
boen liberated on bail, was ro-arrestcd
at Granville and sont to the.city gaol.
It is said the magistrates had no authority to accept bail, and application
must now bo mado to tho judges of
tlio supremo court.
Tho walls of the agricultural hall
ave nearly completed, the roof is finished, and the building is receiving its
second coat of paint. Nearly half the
fence has been put up. The building
will present a very good appcamuco,
but wo can't say as much for tho fence.
Last Friday night Miss Williams
entertained the members'uf hor school
in the upper part of the public school
building, which has just boon finished.
The roi I m was handsmuoly decorated,
- the refreshments worn abundant, and
a most enjoyable enjoyable pvoning
was spent.
Oapt.. John Anderson diod vory suddenly at- Burrard Inlot last Sunday
night. The cause of death is believed
to have been heart disease. For 5 or
„ 6 years he has had charge of tho stenm
ferry at the inlet, and was well lilted.
He was a Swede, and leaves a wifo aud
one child. The remains woro interred
at this city yesterday afternoon, under
direction of tho I. O. O. F. and A.
0. u. w.
Mr. Sandford Fleming and party
came down hb far as Harrison rivor ou
Monday, and last evening arrived at
this -city in a canoe, Mr. Fleming examined the whole railway lino, and
will go over to Port Moody this morning, taking a steamer there for Victoria. The party consists of Mr.
Sandford Fleming, Principal Grant of
Kingston, Mr. S. H. Fleming, and
Mr D. Leigh of Calgary. They wore
st tho.Colonial hotel last night.
Stewart's Cathedual.—A Garden
City, L. I.t telegram says: The great
Cathedral of Incarnation and St. Paul's
Sohool, founded by Alex. T. Stewart,
was completed to-day. The cathedral
has been in course of erection fivo
years and cost $2,000,000. The school
cost $1,000,000, and is belioved - to be
the finest struct uro in tho world. It
has accommodation for 600 pupils.
The organ tn the cathedral cost 9100,-
000. The cathedral interior presents
a beautiful appearance The altar
was made in Antwerp, the statues in
Florence and the windows in London.
Excursion aud Sale. — Porsous
wishing to visit the Chilliwhack Agri
cultural exhibition on the 4th prox.
sn reminded that tho str. Adelaide
will leave this eity for Chilliwhack on
ths morning of the exhibition, and
thst tickets for the round trip-may bo
had from Mr. Trapp for $1.50. Only
s limited number of personB will bo
taken on this steamer, and tickets
should be secured in time. During
ths exhibition Mr. Trapp will hold nn
auction sale on the grounds, when a
large lot of miscellaneous articles will
be offered. Farmers will also have
ths opportunity of securing Mr. Trapp's
services us auctioneer for anything
they may wish to dispose of.
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Thb Front Road.—The front road
between this city and Sapperton is just
now suffering from the infection of decaying salmon and putrid offal. The
smell is terrible, and, with s northwest wind, must bo dangerous to tho
city. Ths whole bauk of the river is
occupied by Indian huts, and these
people are chiefly responsible for tho
condition of the river front It seems
to us that the Indians should not be
fiermitted to establish themselves with-
it the city limits at all. Thoy have
no proper conception of sanitary regu-
lations, and are in many ways objec-
■" tionablc. Any person passing ovor the
front road just now will be able to
judge of their habits from the character of ths odors,
Municipal Election. ■— In consequence of the resignation of Mayor
Edmonds, for reasons which are statud
iii another column, nn election will bo
held next Saturday. The proper course
for tho ratepayers would be, under the
oircumstaticos, to re-elect Mayor Edmonds by acclamation.
Chilliwhack Exhibition. — We
have beeu requested to say that the
0. P. N. Co.'b steomors will carry passengers and produce to aud from' the
Chilliwhack Agricultural Exhibition
for ono full rato. The shipping ro-
ceipfc for produce, and stock must state
that thoy aro for exhibition. The
company s ofFor is a liberal ouo, and
should materially add to tho success of
tho show.
■» • — .
Railway DntKcToits.—At a general
meeting of tho New Westminster and
Port Moody railway held last weok
the following gentleman were appointed directors: J. S. K.DeK'ievott,
Robt. Dickinson, J. H, Coulthard, L.
11. Mclnnes, Jno. Hendry, Jas. Cunningham, W. N, Bolo. Tho directors
elected the following officers: J. S, K.
DeKnevett, president; Robt. Dickinson, vice-president; VV. Norman Bolo,
secretary.
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Shippinu Itemh. -Strs. Yosemite
and Irving left for Victoria and Yale
on Saturday morning. Str. Enterprise arrived from Viotoria Saturday
night nt 8:30. Str. Reliance left for
Yalo at 10:30. Str. Eliza Anderson,
from Scuttle, and str. Dunsmuir, from
Nanaimo, arrived on Sunday aftor-
iiooii. Str, Rithet arrived' from up
river on Sunday night and went round
to Port Moody. On Monday night
Btr. Reliance arrived from Yak at
7:30, nnd str. Irving at 10:30. Str.
Enterprise-loft for Viotoria at d:30
Mondny night. Str. Rithet nrrived
from Port Moody yesterday morning
and proceeded up rivor with steel
rails. Str. Eliza Anderson left with
pleasure party for Seattle at noon yesterday,- and str. Dunsmuir left for,
Nanaimo nt 1 o'clock with lumber.
Str, Yosemite arrived from Victoria
yesterday afternoon at 7:30.
City^Oouncil. — Council met on
Monday night. Present — His Worship the Mayor, and Couns. Haslam,
Curtis, Ferris, Johnston, Deane, and
Elliott. Several communications were
presented, and the following accounts:
Jas. Taffandale, $17.25; Hoy& Fry,
851,02, The board of works reported
that they had engaged J. S. Macdouell
to superintend the work on Columbia
stroet, A culvert was ordered on Columbia Btroot at McNeoly stroot. The
board of worjes were authorised to
make plans for cribbing on Columbia
street. Tcudors for St. Patrick street
wero reeoivod, but not accepted, nnd
the clork wns instructed to ask tenders
for grading tho stroot 20 feet wide.
The mayor moved, seconded by Coun.
Curtis, that one-half the fino in the
recent cases for selling liquor without
license be granted to Constable
Knight. Tho motion was opposed by
nll except-, the mover nnd seconder,
nud wns lost. The mayor thereupon
tendered his resignation, nnd a new
election for mnyor was ordorod for
next Saturday. Tho finance committeo wero instructed to engngo some
person to collect tho cattlo tax. Aftor
some other business tho council adjourned till next Monday night.
Du ai M,s.—Last spring a square board
trough was put down on Agues street,
extondiug west from Mary streot, for
tho purposo of carrying away tlio sow-
age. It was left open at the top, and
very soon became purUally filled wUh
st"iics it utl sand. During wet weather
tlii-; box druiii gave no.troublo because
the run of water was sufficient to keep
it comparatively plonn'. Unt when tlie
dry sensuii einne, lhe wooden trough
wus tilled to a cniiBidtiriililo depth with
filth whicli, under the notion of tin.*
sun, sent.»lf exhnfationa of ■': moat
sickening description. All •. miner
this pestilential;drain has bo- ' .utt'or-
cd to rem-iin in I i lUly c 'Miu ■,
noltutiug.tliowhnU i chhorh .... Wu
have .several tinii - publicly ■' id attention "to the [iytsance, but tbere it
remains to t.hia.duy- Now the bonrd
uf works:aro puttuig down n tihihir
drain box in Front of Mr. Oil inhig-
haiii's resideiwo, oh tho sum- .-Meet.
They seem to imtighio that tlio Iim
one waB a success. If thu meihl ers nf
the hoard would hold their nose., for a
few seconds over it somo evonnig, or
any timo during a sunny day, they
might learn something to their ndvau-
tngo. It is u monstrous shume and
disgrace to permit this horrible nuis-
mice to remain during all these mouths
without nn ntteinpt to apply a remedy.
Before committing another blunder
the board should take somo stops to
rectify thu first.
Exoursion fhoh Seattle. —- Tlio
steamer Eliza Anderson, Capt. Torn
Wright, arrivod here on Sunday'afternoon with n private exoursion party
from Seattle, composed of the following Indies nnd gentlemen: II. L. Yes-
ler and wifo, Jno. Leary nnd wife, ex-
Gov. Ferry and wife, Jno. M. Blan-
chard and wife, Mrs. Polhemus and
children (Alameda, Cal.), Mrs. Clove-
laud (Washington, D. C), A. Ihirgort,
Then. II. Thomson (correspondent
Seattle Post-Intcttigencer), Mra, S, D.
Howe, Mrs. J. M. Pearlman, Capt,
Geo, D. Hill nnd wife, Mrs. Judgo
Burke, M. J. Carkeek and wifo. The
party left Seattle on Thursday morning, and visited Hood's Canal, Port
Townsend, Victoria, nnd San Juan
Islands before reaching this port. On
Monday thoy drove ovor to Port
Moody to seo tlio terminus. They
wero pleased with the trip but somewhat disappointed at tlio terminal
city, where they expected to find quite
a business community. Iu the afternoon they boarded tho Stoamer and
went up river, intending to inspect tho
Pitt River bridge. Some difficulty
*ns found at the mouth of Pitt River,
nnd tho party proceeded up tho Frasor
as far ns Christian Island, a short distance above Stave Rivor, whoro thoy
anchored for the night. Yestorday
forenoon thoy returned to this oity and
proceeded ou the home, stretch, intending to tako in Bolmighnm Bay,
Whatcom, and some .othor places.
During her stay horo the Eliza Anderson untcrtained the excursionists and
citizens with a number of popular airs
played on the steam calliope whioh
she carries on deck. It was a jolly
crowd, and the members appeared to
onjoy thoir trip amazingly.
W. J. Gunny, druggist, of Newbury,
writes!—"Dr, Fowler's Wild Strawberry
is hist tho thing for Summer Sickness. I
sold out my stock three times Inst Hummer. Thero was a good demand for it."
Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry
is infallible for Dysentery, Colic, Sick
Stomach and Bowel Complaint,
The Mayor's Resignation.
We regret very much that Mr. Edmonds has resigned his position as
mayor of this oity, nnd wo regret still
more the circumstances under which
that resignation took place. Ths oir-
ouinstances were fully stated at the
meetiug on Monday night, and are
briefly as follows: Some months ago
Constable Jackmau reported to the
mayor that he had reason to believe an
illicit liquor traffic was being carried
on in the oity, and that he might be
able to eeoure a conviction if one half
the fine were made available for that
purpose. The mayor brought ths matter boforo the members of the council,
and it was agreed that the constable's
suggestion should be adopted. Constable Jnckman did not succeed, however, iu getting a case. Constable
Knight was appointed some time ngo,
and made a similar application to the
mayor) who informed him that it would
be all right. Lost week Constable
Knight brought coses against two of
the houses of ill-fame, with whioh our
city is cursed, and secured a conviction
in both instances. In each case a fink
of 8150 was imposed by the police magistrate, notwithstanding the fact that
Mr. Ferris, a councillor and a magistrate, came down from the bench to
plead the cause of these women. At
the next meeting of the council a resolution was moved by Mr. Ferris and
seconded by Mr. Elliott, forbidding
the clerk of the police court to pay
sny portion of these fines to any person except tho city olerk. This resolution was carried, the mayor boing
absent at Port Moody at the time.
On his return the mayor proposed a
resolution at the council meeting lost
Monday night to tho effect that half
these fines should go to Constable
Knight, as had previously been agreed'
The mayor explained the circumstances
and showed that the action he proposed could not be avoided without
breaking faith with the constable and
through the constable with the person
who gave information. But the council would not listen, and the motion
was voted down. Mr. Curtis was the
only member present who sustained
the mayor: Mr. Dickinson was absent.
Under these circumstances tho mayor
tendered his resignation, and it was
accepted. It has long been reported
that there wore people in this oity
selling liquor without license,, and
doing other things for whioh no license
could be obtained. Some people have
blamed the constables for permitting
these things to exist, while others have
held themayor responsible. The people
will know now whero the responsibility
really lies. In the cases of these
women the constable has done his
duty, and the mayor lias endeavored
to austain tho constable, but the council expressly declares that if Convictions are securod against these illicit
houses tho constable wil) have to foot
tho bill himself. It ia idlo for these
men to Bay that they do not approve
of paying informers. If they know
anything nt all about police business
they must know lhat it is practically
impossible to secure convictions in
such coses without the employment
of informers, We have no sympathy
whatever with the person who lays
information for the sake of reward.
Ho may he as bad ns the person whose
conviction he seeks to secure; but
thoso characters have to be employed
sometimes against the law breaker.
Does any member of the council suppose that Constable Wiggins or Constable Knight could purchase liquor
in any uf those houses'/ If they cannot they must of necessity find some
person who can, or how is a conviction
to be reached'! The council's action
simply means that they do not wish
these housos to bo disturbed, and that
action lias resulted in the resignation
of tlio mayor and C instable Knight,
it remains for tho people to say
ivhothor they approve uf the course
pursued by the mayor in this matter,
or of the council.
From Host ni Bar.
FATAL ACCIDENi -TWO LIVES LOST.
(ByTelegraph lo the Columbian.)
Boston Uui, Sept. 25.—On Sunday
iti.:)it liist ahuut 0 o'clock a small
cuuoe containing 2 Indians and 1
white man. whilo crossing Fram-i*
river nenr Salmon rivor capsized,
drowning a Chaoumox Indian known
us Captain and the white man Andrew
Buchanan a railroad tie cutter, a young
man of about 25 years. He is said to
leavo a relative living near Clinton.
The night was an extremely dark one
und the river at thnt place very rapid
and dangerous, which must account for
tho lamentable occurrence. Both Indians and the whiteman wore quite
sober nt tho time of the nccident, Indian Captain disappeared at once;
Buchanan held on to the canoe for
over 2 .mile's, then dropped off from
sheer numbness and exposure. The
Indian saved had a rope fastened to
the canoe around his hand to whioh he
hold on for ovor 5 miles, being then
rescued by somo Indians who heard his
cry for help as he passed the ninth
crossing and who put out in a canoo
and thus saved the poor fellow more
doad than alive.
From Alaska.
Jvne.iv, Alaska, Sept,—Dennis, ono
of tho men shot in tho late Indian
trouble, is still nlivo; but the dootor
snys he cannot survive long. All ia
very quiet in camp. All tho miners are
nt work in the basin. Millou is working several roasters with good success
on the Bear ledge Thoy have stripped
tho ledge of tho whole length of the
claim nnd find a solid body of quint?,
for tho entiro distance, Troadwell is
still at work on his claim running tho
lower tunnel. He shipped this month
his usual $2600 from his stamp mill.
Dugau and party, who went to Yukon
this spring, has sout Indian: out fur
winter supply of provisions, thoy intending to winter in the interior. They
report vory rich finds of placer diggings
that will pay 8150 per day to the man.
One other party has just returned from
tho same seotion of tlie country who report $20 diggings. All who have returned are preparing fur an early start
back in tho spring to work their several
claims, News from tho Seheffiin brothers from Nowokakats, about 800 miles
up tho Yukon river, reports rich placer
diggings. Salmon fisheries all over
Alaska are doing a good business at
present, All have as many fisfi ss they
can handle, Mr. Hopkins, of Nairn
bay, Beoms to be tho only party lamenting Iub lot; but workmen who are with
him statu it is his own want of management which causes his ill-luck. Alaska
wns visited on the Oth inst, by a severe
gals of two days' duration, doing much
damage. The fish houses of Hopkins
were totally destroyed.
Bridget Gallitgber.
HER $30,003 CLEARS HER II USO AHD OF
MURDER.
Bridget Gallagher is happy now, and
can boast of being t lio first woman
who went from tho United States to
the Queen's dominions and run a jury
to suit herself. It will be remembered
that Bridget and her husband went to
Viotoria some time ago to reside; and
after living there a whilo Bridget left
her huBbnnd there to attend to busi-
mntters, while Bhe camo to Portland to
look after her interests hero, ' A fow
days after she left hor husband, Lavin,
became engaged in a drunken quarrel
with a man, and in his mad frenzy
Btrucic his opponent with a sand-bag,
killing him. Ho was at once arrested,
and Bridget was notified of tbe fact.
It didn't take her- long to aot. She
quietly gathered up $30,000 of her accumulated wealth, and boarding the
steamer announced her intention to
clear her husband if it took every cent
of it. Tho manner in which her efforts iu this' direction hnve been
crowned with success is a matter of
supriso to evory one. Tho charge of
the judgo to the jury was almost unreasonably strong, but notwithstanding that fact a verdict of "Not Guilty"
was brought, which so exasperated the
judge that he ordered Lavin turned
loose, nnd ndvised him to sand-bag the
jury, much to the amusement of Bridget, who coyishly closed one Of her
eyes and remarked sotto voce that
Ireland hnd made one portion of the
queen's dominion very tired that she
knew of.—Portland Mercury,
Communications.
The Provincial Show.
Editor Columbian.—In looking over
the prize list of the B. C. Agricultural
Association's exhibition for this yoar I
find much to be pleased with, and trust
the farmers, manufacturers and others
on the mainland will como out strong
and win many honors. I would like to
know, though, whether the prize given
by Hon, Jno. Robson is. only for such
articles as'may be exhibited in section 8;
and whether in section 11 the last two
classes, 40 and 41, ore to be confined to
entries In that section, or are intended
for all sections. Also, when is the annual election of officers to be held, as nothing appears in tho constitution touching that point ?
Intending Exhibitor,
NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Hongkong, Sept. 18.—A correspondent says the French are in difficulty
through a want of troops. Many
Chinese are deserting to the " black
flag." Lang, their chief, is very powerful, and France may have to negotiate
with him. Foreigners have Seen Been
fighting on the side of the "black flag."
General Boot admits that he was unable
to hold his position after the lost fight.
Tho French are still buying steamers
and horses.
Chicago, Sept. 20.— Wm. M. Evarts,
who returned from the Villard excursion yestorday, is enthusiastic about the
country traversed by the Norther Pacific, its resources and its future. He
said he was introduced to a new form
of topography when he saw the vast
plains of Montana. The agricultural
resources of the country are limitless,
and while it may not exnotly become
the granary of the world, it will certainly furnish us nll the bread we can
eat. The timo will come when the
greater portion of tho Northern Paoifio
will have to be double tracked, owing
to the demands.for transportation tho
rapidly growing population will make
upon it. The road was good and was
easy to build. Thore nro few grades
and obstacles to bo contended with.
When it is remembered thnt the outlet
of the rood is (IOO miles nenr to Japan
thau San Francisco, it will he seen what
advantages tho Northern Pacific mute
has. The harbors of Puget Sound nud
the entire upper coast are good.
Hongkong, Sept. 21.—Gen. Bonot
any* hu resigned his command because
his position was intolerable, and on his
arrival in France he will mnke a report of the situation. Tho French
have suffered another check in Tonquin by yellow flag allies, boing defeated near Hoi Hona.
Canton, Sept. 21.—Tide waiter Logan is imprisoned in the British Consulate at Canton. He is charged with
being concerned in originating the recent riots. He will be tried on Tuesday. If he is acquitted nn outbreak of
Chinamen is expected. The viceroy
visited all ths foreign consuls in Canton and expressed deep regret at the
riots. His position is one of great
difficulty. If friendly with the foreigners he will be certain to incur the
wrath of the populace.
Canton, Sept. 21.—Somethin akin
to a revolution haa made its appearanco
at the Imperial palace of Pekin. It is
backed by popular demonstration. Tho
peoplo denounce the authorities, who
do not seem energetic enough to suit
tho popular wish.
Paris, Sept. 21.—Tho rivors of Tonquin will Boon bo full and the French
forces in Hanoi may thou bo placed in
a dangerous position, as their gunooats
will be unable to steam up to town.
It in rumored that Hanoi will be evacuated.
London, Sept. 21.— Mra. Carey is
very depressed and speaks of O'Donnell In bitter terms. She says lie was
an Invincible aud believes he went f--i
the purposo of murdering her husband.
Rome, Sept. 21. — An uunnhmii
crowd witnessed the ceremonies attending tho comment ovation' of tlm
entry ef Italian troops'into Uouu*. In
nn ' address alluding to King Humbert's visit to Vienna, it was mentioned that' the nncient enmity between
Austria nud Italy had turned to sincere
friendship. At its close a wreath was
placed oii*-tlie tomb of King Victor
Emmanuel.
Coi'KNHAorn, Sept. 21. — Advices
from Prof. Nordeuuksjold's expedition
to Greenland were received via Thurso,
Scotland. These state thnt the expedition startud from Antleikvich ou
Sept. 4th snd reached a distance of
360 kilmiotres inland, attaining a
height of 7000 feet abovo the sea.
This is thp first time human beings
havo penetrated so far into Greenland.
The region is a desert. Scientific data
obtained show thst along the northwestern coast a cold strsam Hows,
whioh induces a very low temperature;
but on tho eastern shoro the weather
ia not so severe, and tho coast is accessible to steamers in the autumn. The
expedition will return via Reekaveek.
The Hun Dance.
BARBARIC SPECTACLE ON THE CANADIAN
PACIFIC.
A Qu'Appelle correspondent of the
Winnipeg Times gives a graphic account of tho celebration of tho sun-
dance by Pie-a-Pot's band, near Fort
Qu'Appelle, He says: The sun dance
—why called I could not find out—had
commenced the previous evening. The
first part of the performance was the
elevation of -a brave to the top of -the
center-pole of the tout, where he was
secured, and a fire with plenty of
smoko was lit underneath. He stood
this presoi-ving proceBs through the
whole night. The performing.tent occupied a space away from the other
tents. The-interior was fantastically
decorated with elaborate barbaric art.
Bight opposite the center-pole facing
north a space about two feet wide was
left. Tho first tier was gayly decorated
with banners, flags, buffalo horns, feathers, a stuffed ermine, pictorial and
moral pocket handkerchiefs, the Star-
spangled banner, Union Jacks and cotton prints, all arranged in an artistic
manner that would have gladdened the
heart of Oscar Wilde. On approaching
the oircUB you wero politely informed
that if you wanted to see the show you
would havo to produce 60 cents towards
Pio-a-Pot's oxchoquor. Paying the fee
you wero permitted to step over a poplar polo and got as good a position ns
you could to witncsB the performance.
Around the tiers abovo mentioned
were packed as close as they could
stand a row of squaws, fantastically
and hideously painted, whoso office was
to furnish the wind instrumental music
of tho orchestra of home-made whistles, gayly painted and decorated with
feathers, colored hair and ribbons.
They bobbed up and down, emitting
from their instruments a short, jerky
whistle not at all unlike that uttered
by an ungrensed axle. They presented
in some oases a comical and in one
noted instance a ghostly appearance.
The tent inside the tiers was occupied
by the drums, while squaws furnished
the chorus which filled tho space towards the entrance. The orchestra,
whoso leader was squatted with the
drums and wielded a rattle as a baton,
was in full blast when we arrived. The
monotonous beat of the drums,. the
screech of the jerky whistles and the
wild vocal accompaniment lent to the
Bceno a certain charm; more so when
the low, and not unmusical, voices of
the squaws came out in a solo.
Tho torture had been applied to the
victim just as we arrived, and the old
Medicino Man was taking off the mesmeric influence with an eagle's wing.
Wrapped in a blanket the victim was
led to tho chief Pie-a-Pot, who lazily
reclined at the opening in tho centre
of tho tiers smoking, eating and drinking tea alternately. Tho noxt victim
was now brought forward; his only
clothing a piece of blanket wound
around his waist. HiB body was smeared with a dirty wliite paint. A few of
the older braves endeavored to shield
him from, the vulgar gaze, while the
medicine man wns performing the cutting operation. Taking a knife, two
incisions of about two inches long and
about half an inch apart wero made on.
each breast, and a small skewer inserted thus forming a loop. The uso of
the two shoganappie ropes hanging
from the pole wns now nppnrent. The
ertdB of these ropes were securely fns-
tencd to the skewer and the victim
.was. ready for the performance. The
Medicino Man now waved ovor him
the oagle's wing, mado passes, touched
his forehead repeatedly, then, placing
a' banner in each hand, gave him a
shove and launched him out. Tho
ropes tightened, tho flesh of the breasts
extended, and the poor fellow danced
wildly from side to sido, chanting some
low whispered words. At last, as if
weiuy, ho gave a bound and threw
himself back, when the flesh gave way
with a sharp crack, which could be
distinctly heard above the din and
clamor of tho band. There he lay extended at full length, two streams of
blood flowing from the lately inflicted
wounds, a ghastly sight. He was immediately taken up; the Medicino Man
performed over hiin and led him to the
tent polo against wliich he leaned his
head for a short time, moaning all tho
while. Iu a fow minutes he received
his banner and was duly declared a
brave. Ono bravo, braver than tho
rest, was promenading around the
camp dragging after him a large buffalo
head fastened by raw hide strings to
the fleshy part of his shoulders. Anothor was bobbing up and down with
tho whistles with two cords fastened
through tho muscles of the arms. It
is, said that theso barbaric rites were
performed upon a child of some 7 years
old, on tho first opening of the dance.
Neither tho orchestra nor the victims
taking part in the* ceremonies are permitted food, drink or rest during tho
00 hours the dance lasts. There being
no victim ready to go up when some
sight-seers   happened to  arrive, the.
frenial Pie-n-Pot got his own son, who
ind already beon through tho mill, to
again undergo the torture for the sum
of 810. This is our boasted civilization
when such scones nro permitted to bo
enacted iu the, midst of ono of the
finest settlements in tho territory!
Tiik Oui  Oomsiodohb — Tl.i» is n
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Thuy were sitting mi a Ir-tsl pjniiza nt
S:irat< pi when n aeinewlmt uv*r-il raised
lady approached und chimed hi-* acquaint unci'. Tliu Commodore r<-s<? and
talked,'iifiiihly with lior. while bis wife
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Father," siid the yi nny lady, as the
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over in Jersey when I went up there
from Stateti Island peddling oysters in
my hiint,"
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Province of British Columbia, stands
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NELLIE'S  MEMORIES.
(Coullwu*.)
The conversation that day at dinner
turned on the same politics over which
Dudley and Mr. Rivers had argued
during luncheon. Herwald took up
the subject hotly, and the talk waied
lo warm, and to me tedious, that I
was glad to loavo them to wrangel it
out over their wine, and to go and sit
on the terrace by myself. At our
cosy tea-table, however, Dudley relumed the subject by asking Herwald
why he did not onter into public life
and stand for the next election.
"The election took place, my dear
boy, while you were loitering in the
north; and even if it were not, I should
hardly dare to do so after stringent orders from two London physicians not
to do anything involving great mental
or physical work for the next two or
three yean."
"Are you jesting, Herwaldl"
"On my honor, no; what makes
you think sol    You know I did not
Sick up as readily after that fever at
airo as I ought to have dono; and
then I had a replaae or two, and so
Allan bothered me to go to Willis and
Collins for advice before I started
northward, and precious advice they
have given me."
"On, I dare say your estate furn-
ishes you with ample employment."
"My dear fellow, I beliovo you;
there is not another landholder, I am
sure, so plagued by his tenants; mine
are so confoundedly independent; they
get an idea into their heads and stick
to it, and 'not all the king's horses
and all the king's men' can drive the
self-will from these Lancashire men."
"Well improvised; poor old Herwald, these are hard lines."
"Are they not!" he returned, looking very much as if he liked them.
"I shall liavo lots to do during the
winter; there are thorough repairs
wanted in two or three of my tenants'
nouses, which I shall like to superintend myself; and then there are my
plans for the new schools! I am my
own architect."
"That's capital; I did not know yon
were so clever."
"Oh, I always had a taste that way,
and now I shall turn it to account."
"Are you building them at your
own cost?"
"Yes," ho said quietly, "it is a
memorial; I like it, and I think he
would too, better than a painted window or a grand marble monument."
"Far better," we both acquiesced.
"I am glad you think bo. Clivo is
so pleased; the old ones are dilapidated to suoh an extent that the rain
comes through on the children's heads,
and in addition to that you know we
work a large farm of our own; you
remember I pointed it out this afternoon."
"What, the one with the quaint old
f[abled roof, and the low stone walls
ined with holly-bushesl"
"Yes, the samo. Holly-bush Farm,
we call it; thore is only a bailiff in it
now, but I want to put Allan in possession."
"What a windfall for him! does
he know of your kind intention?"
"He does, but he will not hear of
it, which is the moro provoking, as he
has a decided taste for fanning, and is
far too fine a fellow to be wasting his
years in pampering the whims and
fancies of a spoiled aristocrat; I ain
ashamed ef myself for having him."
"I wonder lie can so stand in his
own light; why, the possession of a
farm like that would be the making
of him."
"Yes, but ho says houses and lands
are wasted on him, and that nothing
can induce him to settle down, for it
would drive liim mad."
"Why so?" I asked curiously, but
Herwald changed the subject abruptly,
"I hope Clivo will be at the Cedars
to meet you; he is a particular friend
of mine; I know you will be pleased
with him."
"1 suppose we shall hear him tomorrow."
"To bo sure; ho will conduct tho entire service, as his curate is away."
"Have you many friends about
here?" I inquired; "who do you consider your next-door neighbor ?"
"Oh, the Traceys of Milbrook House;
half-way down the hill] but as good
luck will have it, thoy are away at
Paris, I believe."
"You don't Beam to like them."
Herwald made a face of disgust.
"What ia tho matter with them,
pray ?"
"Matter! why there are six girls
and three or four boys, tho brothers
only a degree more odious than their
sisters; I've had to cut two or three of
them rather rough, for they used to be
eternally riding my horses, haunting
the billiard-room, and borrowing my
guns; and as they are a fast, ungentle-
manly lot I did not choose to put up
with it.   And as for the sisters "
"Well, what of them?" asked Dudley much amused.
"Why, you will never believe it,':
continued Herwald, growing very red:
"but every one of them made love to
me after a different fashion, aided and
abetted by a manouvsring mothor."
"This is amusing, go on," said Dudley, who, stretched full length in the
satin couch, was enjoying himself
mightily; "how did they set about it,
and were they not handsome enougli
for you."
"Oh, they were well enough looking;
the eldest draws beautifully, and was
always talking to me of high art, and
of her never-to-be-forgotten winter at
Rome; the second, Lucindn, was of
sentimental cut, quoted Byron and
Moore, wore long ringlota, and kept an
album; the third was decidedly "horsy,"
and wu always riding to hounds on a
piebald charger; and as for the fourth
and the prettiest, Flora, her sole
thoughts were of balls, picnics, and
junketing, a more empty-headed little
butterfly never frittered life away; the
two last, the twin harpists and pianists
of the establishment, aa their mamma
called them, alternately played or
warbled Italian ditties to our supposed
content; I have a vivid remembrance
of their thin arms and scraggy throats
at this moment." *.
"What a charming family? Who are
your other friends, Herwaldl"
"Oh, I have hosts; there is old Dr.
Mowbray, who lives in the red brick
house opposite the Traeys, with his
Eratty niece Sophy, she is unfortunate-
j engaged to her uncle's partner,
young Greaves; then come the St.
Glairs, one of whose sons, Hubert,
went to college with mo, and their
cousins the Wflloughbys, a nice family
•f girls and hoys, who have lately come
to the Orange; and the Rivers, and the
Wallaces, and Sir Ralph Percy, and
Major Hurlstone, and lastly and best,
the Veughans, once of the Orange and
now of Rose Cottage."
"I never beard you mention them;
wha are they ?"
"Arthur Vaughan ia th* best friend I
bar* in Laneeshire; he and his sister,
Miu Milly, to whom I moat introduce
you one of these days, as Bhe is a great
favorite of mine, used to live with
their mother ot the Grange. There
they resided in luxury; Arthur rode
his own horses, went to college with
me, and was to have shared my Eastern tour, when it was discovered all at
once that his guardian had made ducks
and drakes of his money, speculated
largely, and the upshot was, that the
Grange, which had been in their family
for more than a hundred years, had to
be sold: tho Willoughbys bought it,
and tho widow and hei children retired
to a little cottage that belonged to
them, and Arthur, with his fine education and gentlemanly taste, was obliged
to accept the post of daily tutor to the
Willoughby boys, and to teach in the
same house whero he had once been
master. I think this broke tho mother's
heart—she was a proud woman, and a
Spaniard by birth—for she died about
six months after their removal to Rose
Cottage; so the brother and sister livo
quite alone now. Come, have I gossiped sufliciently for your ladyBhipB
benefit].because if I have, I will go
and play."
And so the innocent woman-killer,
by his own account, groped his way to
the organ, and soon one of Beethoven's
divine symphonies floated through the
room; Dudley and I followed him, and
tho rest of tho evoning was spent happily in music.
The next day was Sunday, and after
breakfast Herwald asksd mo if I should
mind a long walk to church; on my
replying that I should enjoy it greatly,
he Baid:
"I am very glad of that, for I have
a strong objection to have the horses
out on Sunday; not that they are much
worked, but I like Williams to go to
church with his wife and children, and
enjoy his day of rest as much as I do;
and then I can listen to the fourth
commandment with a oloar conscience,
and not fancy there aro harsh commentators in the servants' pew; and
now put on your bonnet, Nellie, for
we will take it leisurely this lovely
morning."
The walk was long but exceedingly
pleasant, aud I was quite sorry when
we reached the church, and the minute
hand of the belfry olook gave ua no
excuse for lingering in the shady
church-yard. Many a kindly greeting
did Herwald exchange on the way with
man, woman, and child; and though
the rough Lancastrians never doffed er
touched their caps, as southern breeding would havo taught, yet the "good-
momings" wore as heartily aaid, and
tho strong, powerful faces lit up pleasantly at the sight of tho young master;
even the sturdy shepherds' dogs seemed to know him, and wagged thoir fag-
ends of tails affectionately** he passed.
Tho church was nothing particular
in point of architecture, and was chioSy
remarkablo' for its numerous monumental tablotB and two auperb windows, the gift of Herwald's ancestors.
In spite of the glorious sunshine without, all was sombre and shady within,
with a dim, religious light, and the
roomy square pew into whicluHerwald
inducted us, with its purple baize lining, struck me as resembling a good-
Bized sarcophagus and about ob cheer-
ful. High as it was, however, I bow
Maud Rivers' tall figure pass into the
pew opposite, rustling in Bilks and with
a wreath of jasmine resting, on her
satin hair, and I was just thinking in
my own mind what a pity it wo* that
girls noA-adaya wore flower-gardens on
thoir heads instead of tho decorous
church-going straw bonnets of old
times, when Herwald touched my arm,
and said—
"That's Hubert Olive?" and raising
my head, I saw a tall, fair, effeminate-
looking man with hoavy-lidded eyes
and a proud, weak mouth.
And this was Hubert Clive, Herwald's great friend. I felt bitterly disappointed; I remembered tho minis-
ter'B granito face, and Mr. Egerton's
powerful head and benevolent countenance, and I felt I could never care
for a clergyman who could look round
on his congregation with those sleepy,
half-vailed eyes. Just then the sun
emerged from a passing cloud, and a
host of dazzling prismatic colors from
the painted window tinged his robos
and circled his fair hair with a glory of
violet and crimson. Herwald whispor-
ed enthusiastically—
"Doesn't lie look like the angel
Gabriel, Nellie?" and, for all my dislike of talking in church, I could not
help answoring indignantly—
"Angel Ganriel, indeed, with those
long, well-trimmod whiskers."
I thought Herwald would have burst
out laughing.
Mr. Olive read the service in a singularly melodious hut monotonous
voice: his enunciation was perfect,
every syllable audible from one end of
the church to the other, and that without the slightest effort; but the want
of variation in tone, of power, of deep
feeling even, were such that I would
have preferred the most faulty style,
if it were only combined with earnestness of manner, to his.
Just snoh was the sermon. I thought
of Mr. Egerton's harvest discourses
and sighed. Here was a sermon faultless in composition, learned even, arguing great knowledge, of the Scriptures, rich with quotations from the
fathers, prolific of godly wisdom; but
oh how cold, delivered in that lifeless
manner, in that measured tone! Once
only did it amount to eloquence, once
while speaking of "the rest that re-
maineth," tho eyes opened, looking
bright, dark, and vivid, and the voice
rose and waxed warm and loud, carrying us along with him into realms of
beautiful thought; till it broke off
hastily in a way tliat was strange and
abrupt, and with a low-spoken blessing, almost inaudible, tho congregation
was dismissed.
"What a charming discourse," said
Maud Rivers, with her foot en the
carriage step, as we passed, "what a
superior man and scholar is eur dear
Mr. Clive!"
"Yes," said Herwald, "hf is a wonderful fellow," and we walked on.
"Well, what do you think of him,
Nellie ?" asked Herwald, as we turned
into the road.
The tone was so enthusiastic that I
could not bear to damp it; I thought
of the angel Gabriel and held my
peace, hoping that Dudley would answer, but he was walking on ahead
deeply pondering, perhaps of "the rest
that remaineth.
"Well, Bpeak out, why do you lies!-
tate?"
"Because I searcelyknow how to
answer you; Mr. Olive's reading and
sermon would have been beautiful, if
it had not been so cold."
Pule forks Department.
COTTONWOOD CANYON, FRASER
RIVER.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the
Dominion Government Agent at Victoria, superscribed as above, wilt bo re*
ceived at this office up to 12 noon of
Monday, October the 15th next, for
the removal of certain Rocks which Impede navigation at tho above point.
Specification of the work to be done
and Flan showing position of rocki and
approximate quantities of rock to be removed may be seen at this office on and
after 15th September inst., and at the
office of Messrs Held k Hudson, Ques-
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guarantee or bo answerable for the correctness of the Plan or. of the approximate quantities therein stated.
Tenders are to state the price per cubic yard.
Each tender must bo accompanied by
an accepted Bank Cheque or Certificate
of Deposit for tho sum of $500, payable
to the order of the Dominion Govornment Agent, whioh will be forfeited if
the Tenderer decline to enter Into a compact when called upon to do so or if he
fail to complete the work contracted for.
If tho tender be not accepted the
Cheque or Certificate of Deposit will be
returned.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
H. S. ROEBUCK,
Secretary.
Office of the Dominion Gov't Agent,
Victoria, B. C„ 8th Sept., 1883.
(Hel2td)	
NOTICE
(To he Confirmed.)
The most miserable mortal In existence
is probably the confirmed dyspeptic.
Burdock Blood Bitters cure Dyspepsia
and all diseases of the Stomach, Blood,
Liver and Kidneys. Do not trust our
word simply, but address the proprietors
for proof.
Fookkt Cdtueby,—T. R Pearson ft
Co. have received an anortment of Pocket
Cutlery direct from England.
BY THE ACT 40 VICT., CHAP.
28, respecting Certificates to Masters and Mates of Inland and coasting
Ships:
After the 1st January, A. D. 1884, no
sailing vessel or steamship registered In
Canada, over 100 tons register tonnage,
shall go to any port or place iu Canada
on a voyage to any port or place In Canada or in Newfoundland, or in the United
States of America, or be licensed or al
lowed to ply on any Canadian water un*
less the Master thereof has Obtained and
possesses a valid certificate of competency or service as master for inland or
coasting ships of the class to whioh suoh
ship belongs, from the Minister of Marine and fisheries, or a valid certificate
of competency or service as master for
seagoing ships, from the said Minister,
or a valid certificate of competency as
master for foreign-going ships, from tho
Board of Trade in the United Kingdom,
or a valid certificate of competency as
master, granted In any British possession; nor shall any ship registered In
Canada, and over 200 tons register tonnage, nor any steamship so registered
ana allowed by law to carry more than
forty passengers, go from any port or
place in Canada on a voyage to any port
or placo In Canada or in Newfoundland,
or in the United States of America, unless
such ship carries also a mate who has obtained a valid certificate of competency
or service as such mate, granted by some
such authority as aforesaid.
Applications for certificates to be made
to tho undersigned.
F. REVELY,
Agont Marine k Fisheries.
Victoria, B. C, 10th September, 1883.
(sel2ml)
C.G. MAJOR
Importer and dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
rMrMMMa
RIMER'S OIK
CHILLIWHACK, B.C.
J.C. HENDERSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
. Jobbing and Retail Dealer in
GENERALMERGHANDISE
TTTE WISH TO THANK OUR Numerous customers for thoir liberal patronage and support during tho past two
years, and we Hopo to manago the business in such a way as to secure a continuance and increase in thp same. Remember, we buy largely, and are prepared to sell as
Low auny Other House
In tho Provinco, as wo carry the Largest
Stock on tho Mainland (outside of New
Westminster).   Our stock consists of
Drj Goods,
Glass t Putty,
Notions,
Brngi,
Underwear,
Patent Medicines,
Clothing,
Hopes,
Rats * Caps,
Hardware,
Books! station'' Farm Implements
Doors.
Carpenters'Tools,
Windows,
Wooden Ware,
Halls,
Taints * OIU,
Hrocerlei,
Brushes,
Provisions,
Furniture,
Boots k Shoes,
Lumber,
Crocker*',
Wall Paper,
dlasiwaro,
Etc., Ktc.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
One Single Buggy and Harness for
Sale.
Don't forget that we take all kinds of
Farm Produce, at Market Rates, in exchange for goods,
l-TAll book accounts for 1882 and 1881
must bo oloeod by lst October. 1883,
without fall.
A Clearance Salo to commence lit
September, 1883, for 30 days,
CHEAP JACK,
THE RANCHERS'PAPOOSE.
jeSOem.
2*r—]—v
GoodS
Brussels Carpets,
Tapistry Carpets,
Wool Carpets,
Lace Curtains,
Tapistry Curtains.
Nottingham Curtains
Black Cashmeres,
Colored Merinos,
Cashmere Twills,
Lustres and Alpacas,
White Table Damask,
Brown do,
Table Napkins,
Diapers,
Irish Linen,
Muslins (book),
Brilliants.    .
White Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
Brown Sheeting,
Plain and Twill, every width.
White and Unbleached
COTTONS,
Every Quality and Price.
TOWELS,
White and Brown Turkish,Huckabuck
Honey-Comb and Linen.
NB"W
CLOTHING
Large Stock, Best
Materials, Latest
Styles, and
Low Down Prices,
Everything In
Provisions, Crockery & Glassware
What you don't see
ask for,
And" what we don't
keep we will get.
O.Q. MAJOR
Importer and dealer In
GENERALMERGHANDISE
Direct Importation
r DDfMffl
SWINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT.*
L. U1IUVVI1
BEOS TO INFORM THE RE8ID.
cuts of New Westminster snd vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Whioh he will supply
IB BOND or DUTY PAD),
In Quantities to Suit Customers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Ollby-i,  Loudon.
Fine Champagnes,.
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
COI.XTMBIA   BTS1III,
New Westminster,  B. O.
^-■•.-ar-,— •***
pS^lffiy^Sfffi- =*?::!■ ■-—- ■-•■A
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
WAGES
—roK—
WHITE  LABOR
—OX  THK—
Canadian Pacific Railway
—IN—
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Overseers  .$12*i 00 por mouth.
Rock Foremen... .$3 GO to *4 00 V day
Earth Foremen... 2 60 to   8 BO    "
Bridgo Foremen.. 3 50 to   i 50    "
Bridge Carpenters,
lst elan.1  3 SO "
Bridge Carpenters,
2ndclam  3 00 "
Masons S 50 to   3 50     •'■
Stone Cutters.... 3 00 to   3 50    "
Blacksmiths,   lst
class  3 SO "
Blacksmiths,  2nd
class  3 00 "
Blacksmith Help,
ers  1 SO to  200    "
Drillers  2 00 to 2 25    "
Laborers  1 75 to 2 00    "
Hewers, lst olass   3 SO "
Choppers, lst olass 2 00 to 2 SO    "
Scorers, lst class    2 50 "
All outside labor 10 hours per day,
All Carpenters to furnish their own
Chest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board ana Lodging.
Boarding Houses will be convenient
along the Line.   Board—94 por week.
It will not be compulsory for Employ-
ees to board in the Company's Houses.'
Wages will Ite paid monthly, ou the
10th of each month.
A.   ONDERDONK,
Ur.xr.iiAi. MiiMiiw.
Ornoa or tiik Contractohs,
Canadian I'acikiu Railwat,
Yale, Mareh 1,1883.
MUMICIPAIJTTofSUBEBT
NOTICE.
THE ASSESSMENT ROLL FOB THK
Municipality of Surrey having
been returned and revised, the taxes
sre now due and payable to me at my
office, and all taxes not paid on or before
The First Day of October, will be delinquent, and Interest at tbe rate of one
per cent, per month will be added thereto and collected thereon.
HENRY T. THRIFT, Celleotor.
jeffl-td] Clover Valley, Surrey,
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
$500 REWARD
A REWARD OF $500 IS OFFER-
ed for the arrest anil delivery to
the police authorities in British Columbia of Charles Anderson, alios Alfred
Smith, alias Peter Michael Kapplemaler,
a German sailor, suspected of the murder of Henry Hesse, at New Westminster, on or about August 25th, 1883.
• DESORIPTIOK-About 5 feet 7 inches high, dark complexion, a little dork
moustache, no beard or whiskers, eyes
brown or gray, about 24 years of age,
erect and well built, wore dark clothes
when last seen.
By Command,
C. TODD,
seSml Supt. of Police.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
-AND-
HOMES for EMIGRANTS.
The Government of  British Columbia
has established an
AT NEW WESTMINSTER, B.O.,
And all persons wishing to obtain authentic information about the country
are advised to apply, either personally or
by letter, to the Agent.
Pamphlets and Handbooks descriptive
of the country and its resources will be
supplied free of charge on application.
Persons wishing to engage laborers,
skilled or unskilled, in any part of the
Province, are invited to place themselves
in communication with the Agent. Particulars Bhould bo furnished as to the
kind of employment and wages offered,
The Agent will endeavor, as far as possible, to fill applications.
Office—Court Houso Building, Market Square, New Westminstor, B, C.
je20 to.]
Immigration Agent.
1TOTIOE.
CODNTY COURTS WILL BE HELD
at tho times and placet) following:
Victoria, on Thursday, tho Oth September, 1883, and thereafter on tho first
Thursday of evory month,
Nkw Westminsteh, on Wednesday,
the 5th September, 1883, and thereafter
on the firat Wedneaday of every month.
Nahaimo, on Wednesday, the 5th
September, 1883, and thereafter on the
first Wednesday of every month.
Yale, on Thursday, 27th September,
1883, and on Thursday, the 25th October, 1883.
Riohfield, on Monday, 10th September, 1883.
Qoesnellemouth, Monday, 17th September, 1883.
SonA CnEEK, on Thursday, 20th September, 1883.
Clinton, on Monday, lat October,
1883.
Cache CnEEK, on Thursday, 4th Octo
bor, 1883.
Kamloops, on Monday, 8th Octobor,
1883.
Lvtton, on Thursday, 18th October,
1883.
By Command.
JOHN RO-BSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Prov'mciat Secretary's Office,
17th Aiujust, 1883. au22td
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A DULY-QUALIFIED
male teacher for Prairie school.
Duties to commence at the beginning of
next term.   Apply to
A. INNES, Sec'y-
jy4-tc] Langley.
NCmOE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
uo bills for gondii furnished on uu-
count of the corporation will bo pnid unless supplied by nn order from the Mayor
or somo member of tbe Council.
By Ordor. .
JAMES ORR, C.M.C.
New Westminster, July 17, 1883.  [18-to
Dominion Qonranent Sirap Mi
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
DEPOSITORS   ARE REQUESTED
to presont their Pass Books for in*
sertlon of interest up to tho 30th Juno,
183. O. PITTENDRIOH, Age.
N. W., July 11,1883,       [jylKlm.
GEM JARS,
JELLY GLASSES,
CHEAP TUMBLERS,
. AND	
Bottling- "Was
—AT	
C.G. MAJOR'S.
-jy21-to	
Frank Siddall's Soap
FORIBHED BY
HENRY W. HUGHES.
THE ABOVE ARTICLE HAVI G
been tried by nearly every lady In
town with success, needs littlo or uo de
seriptiun, but for strangers tho following
Is printed:—It does tho washing for a
family In two hours; no boiling allowed;
little or no rubbing on the board; bluo
not needed; does no Imrm to clothes.
Plenty of reference If desired. Ono bar
does two weeks' washing. Tho finest
soap known for faco and hands, shaving,
etc. Onco used, it becomes a necessity.
Money refunded if tho above Is not true.
The undersigned being the first to in*
troduco It, respectfully asks tho ladies to
patronize hint. Orders kindly received
by Ellard k Co., at tho Occident Hotel,
and orders received and Soap supplied
at Mr. C, G. Major's, cor. Columbia and
Mary streets.
Being well known as- agent for all
newspapers, magazines, ana books sold
by agents only, f need no introduction.
To those out of town, a letter will receive
prompt attention.   Address
H. W. HUGHES,
mh21 New West., B, C.
BOY WANTED.
AN INTELLIGENT BOY WHO
can read and write is wanted to
learn the printing business. Apply at
this office. selte
Municipal Notice.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY NO-
tided that the provisions of the
Municipal By-Laws will ho strictly on-
forced.        HENRY V. EDMONDS,
Mayor.
Now Westminster, July 10,1883.   [to
Royal Columbian Hospital
MR. W. H. KEARY IS AUTHOR-
ized to collect subscriptions for
the Royal Columbian Hospital. The
Board of Directors rely on the public
giving this most useful institution their
warm support.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
President.
N. \V., Aug. 30,1883. selml
N OTJC E
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I IN-
tend to mako application to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase 640 acres of land
In the Laud Recording* District of
Osoyoos, and described as follows:
Northeast and northwest quarter of see*
tion 0, and eastern half of section 7,
township 60. J. O. HAYNES.
Oioyoo, 10th July, 1883.        [aul-2m
MUNICIPAL NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
no person can vote for or against
the "New Westminster Loan Bylaw,
1883," unless they nave paid all municipal taxes prior to the 21st day of August, 1883.
By Order,
JAMES ORR, C. M. C.
New West., August 14,1883.      aulSto
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870.
Lot No, 33, Block XXIII, City qf New
Westminster,
A CERTIFICATE OF INDEFEAS-
ible title to the above mentioned lot
will be issued to Elizabeth Kathleen
Black on the First Day of October,
next, unless in the meantime a valid objection thereto be made to the under
signed, in writing, by some person
claiming an estate or interest In said lot,
or any part thereof.
H.B.W. AIKMAN,    ,
Registrar-General.
Laud Registry Office,
28th Juno, 1883. [jeH0-td
IN PROBATE.
In the matter of JOHN BURN'S, deceased,
ALL CREDITORS OF THE ABOVE
Estate are requested to send their
proved nccounts to the undersigued before the 30th September, and all persons
indebted to tlie Estate must Buttle such
debts before tliat date,
1st September,  1883.
E. A. JENNS,
selml Administrator,
.A.11 Saint's k
Mission School
NICOLA VALLEY.
Lady Pnrson-Ai, - • • MISS WESTON
NO CHARGE FOR TUITION.
For tenns for Boarders apply to
JOHN CLAPPERTON,
'y7-3m] . Hon. Soorotary.
New Goods
New Goods
WU M'COLL
Is constantly receiving new goods
consisting in part of
■DRY   G-OOEyS,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC.
A fino selection of
Always on hand.   .
Holbrook's stone building, Columbia
stroet. rayicVtc.
Front street,
New  Westminster, B. 0.
 Dealer In	
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
GLASSWARE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING
GRAIN,
FEED,
SEEDS,
POTATOES,
LIME, ETC.
Special attention to Fanners' Supplies. Produce of all kinks purchased
at highest market prices. Orders by
mall will receive prompt attention.
CHAS. McDONOUGH.
myi6-tc.
PRICE LIST QF FRUIT
WAT-sa
BEAUCHAMP'S
RBEAUCHAMP, YATES STREET,
■ receives fruit direct from Sacra*
ihento Valley, by every Bteamer, and is
prepared to sell at the following prices:
Peaches, per box (1 75
Apples, por box 1 00
Pears, per box....  1,00
Apricots, per box  1 76
Cherries, per box of 10 lbs  1 25
Oranges, 25 @ 60 cents por do;
Lemons, 35 @ 50 cents per doz
Acapulco Limes, . .25 @ 60 cents per doz
Green Corn, 23 © 50 cents per dost
Tomatoes, 12f, cents por pound
RICH. BEAUCHAMP,
je27-tc. Viotoria.
D. B. aRANT,"
Queen St., - Port Moody
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
Boots & Shoes, &c.
HAVINa OPENED OUT A LARGE
assortment in. the above lines, the
subscriber is prepared to supply the
people at tho Terminus City and else
whero with everything generally fonnd
in a tirst-class store. All goods sold at
the lowest cash prices.
Camping outfit, of all kinds. .
apl'tc D. B. GRANT,
DR. SPINNEY & CuVS
DISPENSARY,
NO. 11KEAMJEY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DR. SPINNEY, well known ni thi Tusn.
der of ths Montreal, (O. K.) Medical Institute, nnd Into Proprietor of ttio SPINNEY VILLE
INFIRMARY, would must respectfully inform
lliu patients and tlie afftlctod generally, that he
■till continued to treat chronic and nervous dis.
eases with unparalleled success.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Retaomber thnt procrastination la tho tblef of
timo eo
OOMB AND BB HEALED.
It matters not what your troubles may be, come
and let the Doctor i-xamiiiu your cuao. It wilt
rout yon nothing for consultation, it> please call
and satisfy yourselves whether the Doctor understands your cuho, Ii he can curo you be will toll
you so] If not, ho will tell you that, for he will
not undertake n cose unices he Is confident of of-
feeling a cure.
Partioe at a distance wishing treatment, by
sending $25 and a minute description of their
troubles will receive in return a full course ot
treatment securely packed so as uot to excite cu*
tloslty.
Dlt. SPINNEY will guarantee to forfeit Five
Hundred Dollars for every o-uo of any kind or
character which he undertakes and falls tu cure.
P. li.—For diseases of short standing, I full
course of medicines, sufficient for a cure, with
all lint ructions, will bo sent to any address on
receipt of $10.
Call or Address
Dr. SPINNEY * CO.,
fl 28-ly     No. 11 Konrney>st.,8nn FMnclsco.Cal.
THE GREAT EMISII TeHED!'
Isnnevcr-tiuliiij*.
Cure for Nerv-
ouBDebility,Exhausted Vitality
of any kin d,
Weakness, Paralysis, Proslu-
torrliocn.nndall
Iho terrible cf-
feelsofjouthfu!
follies, and excesses in ninturcr yeiira,
DR. MINTIK will a-s-ree to forfeit
Five Hundred Dollars for a case of
this kind the Vltnl Ht-Storatlve (under
his special ndrico nnd treiittuent) will not
care, <"• for anything impure or injurious
found iu it. DK. MINTIK treats all Diseases nici-csHfully without mercury.
Consultation free. Thorough culmination and ndvke, $5*00.  Pi iuo of Vital
Restorative, $3-oo a bottle, or four
times the qunniity, $10*00; Bent to any
address upon receipt of pric^, or O O. D„
secure from observation, and in private
name if desired, by A* E* MINTIE*
M.D.
Those who ennnot visit DR. MINTIE
in San Francisco should send n full nnd
minute statement of their troubles with
$26-00, nud in return a full course of
Medicine will be forwurded, securely
packed, bo ub not to excite curiosity.
All orders for .medicine G. O. D, must
be accompanied with $1.00 (as a guarantee of good fnitb), which will be deducted when (be package Is shipped,
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE.-Scnt on
application by letter stilting symptoms,
sex and age. Communications strictly
confidential. jny31-ly
11 Kearney Sired, Han Francisco* Cal*
DR. LIEBIO,
5>i
400 Geary Street.
San Franclsco,Cal
COt-tTINUKB TO TRKAT successfully   by Homeopathy
mZ every form of Bpecial or Chrome
B Dliomo without Mercury or Nau.
UJ semis Drug*.    DR.  UBBIQ'H
fr INVIGORATOR Is * positive and
—. permanent cure   for   Seminal
** \Tonkiie-M, Nervous nnd Physical
^ Peblllty, Lost Manhood, Vital
,) Kxhaustlun, and all tho torrlblo
IhJ result* or nhus-Hl nature, eiceia*
■ -■■ es and   youthful follies.    The
1 Doctor will agreo In writing tn
forfeit 91,000 for acme that
, he undertake* and falls to cure.
I The ri-iin.-n  thousand! ean nut
&got cured of Bemlnal Weakness
7nnd the nbovo disease* is owing
f to a complication called Prosla-
turrhea, which require* a special
_       remedy.   OR.   LlKHIG'8   IN-
FO VIQORATOR, No. 3, tl aflpe-
* Q c"-°  tni'°   tot   ProeUtorrhoe.
__* Prico of either Invlgorater. 13
O per bottlo, or0boltln|10. Seat
_w_ to any address securely covered
=J fromobMrvatlon. BemfnnlWeak.
wm\ ne** and Proatatorrfaea drain vl-
•4 tallty from the body and causa
S numerous diseases that baffle
ordinary medical treatment. If
allowed to eiuitlnue.tho unnatural lose affects the vital organs,
which caiue* destroying diseases.
Consumption, Diabetes, Brlght's Disease, Jaundice, Insanity,etc. Excesses, Non-use, Abuse,Inherited Weakness, Malnutrition, Spinal and Oole-
bra) Complaints bring on the above fatal diseases.
Debility and Bcmlual Weaknes* obstruct the lm-
partiiii t and necessary act* of lifo ami their enjoyments. Cure* (Innraiitce, Diseases of thoOenl.
to-Urlnnry Organs, Kidney, Livor nnd Bladder a
specialty. Tlio many complaints and diseases of
womon xpfodttv cured) consultation at office or by
letter, free am) confidential. Responsible parties
can arrange payments In the same manner aa they
would employ thoir family physician. Strictest
secrecy mnliit-iliidd.
ONE   DOTTLE   FREE.
Regular Site Dottle or either .Invigorator Bent
Free to show tho wonderful nropertlea of the
Greatest liivij-itrutor Known to Modern Scientists.
...   No. 400
Ocary Street, corner Mason, San Francisco, Cal.
Private entrance, -105 Mason Street,
QuAiiriiD and UrooNiuBM.-DR. I-1K11IO *
CO. Organised In compliance with California law.
Diploma procured by regular college education.
17 years special pracHce, and duly licensed In accordance with California Medical Law.        de3
Man Wanted.
ONR WHO OAK TAKR CHARGE
of and run a Huntington Shingle j*4
Shingle Machine.    Steady employment
an4 good wages to a lirst-class man.   No
other need apply.
R. STEVENSON,
jy7-tc] ChllUwhaok.

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