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Array Thn. V
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
 IS  PUnUBOED	
Every Wednesday & Saturday,
— BT —
D. ROBSON & CO.
OFFICE, OOLUMBIA STREET. EttTRANOE TO EDITORIAL amd Business Department through T. R.
Pearsoh & Cos. Book ft Stationery Store.
TERMS-*Uy Mnll, $3ayetir* $180 forfliiyiii.i
$1 far 8 niw. j payable In Advance. Drllveml
tiy Onrrler or Agont, $1 por quarter, payable
quarterly to Carrier or Agont.
AOS.NTS
T. N. Hibben ft Oo. Viotoria.
T. R. Pearson A Oo Yale.
L. P. FISHER Ailvortlilm- Agont, 21 Merchant'!
KxcbMi-re, Ban Fmnclico, ISnntliorlmd to receive
AdTortlseuienti fur thia paper.
may bo fuund on tlio nt
 „ Geo. P. Howell A Co.'■
Newipaper Advertlilng Bureau (10 Snruco St.},
where ai|v-!rtlnlnn contractu may be made for It in
NKW YOBK.
THIS PAPER
Newipaper Advertlilng
liu fritiah tfslniiibmn.
VOLUME 20
-
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0„ WEDNESDAY, AUGUST G, 1884.
NUMBER 10
Wednesday Morning, Angus, 8, ISSJ.
Contemporary Opinion)-.
When tlio inner history of Chinese Gordon's stay at Khartoum
comes to bo written it wil] probably
contain ae many surprises for tho
reader as the story of nny portion of
that brilliant General's, past career.
. If any reliance whatever can he
placed in the latest despatches tie
atill holds his own in tho city, the
early downfall of which waa confidently predicted months ago. Fnr-
ther, ho has u larger army at his
hack now than ever hefore since lie
entered tho Soudan, and to all appearances has the Mahdi more or
less under his hand. The outcry
against the Gladstono government
hr leaving Gordon without British protection, a fate which haa
beon doscribed in blood-curdling-
phrasf.4, is not so lend or bitter as it
was.—Globe.
The hundred Now York Irish,
men who have gone for Blaine are
"dynamiters" and the O'Bossa
crowd. Several of them belong to
the "Joe Brady avengers," tlio "coniv
ty Wexford men" and other associations for making trouble witli England. Edward O'Mengher Condon,
who served a term in the British
Bastile, said: "What wo want of
President Blaine is the recall of
James Russell Lowell from England,
nnd the substitution of some one
who won't treat Irisli-Ainericnns
with contempt. We want the cessation of all English interference in
American affairs, the protection of
American manufactures, nnd the
driving of everything English out of
tho land; tlm removal of English
corporations from our lnidst. We
won't ask him yet for help in our
war with England, but he ought to
sit down quietly nnd seo fair play."
Mr. Blaine is welcome to all the
Irish support he will get upon these
terms. —Sfr'iiigftcli Rejiiiblicaii.
The Marquis of Lorne made a
speech at Wimbledon, in which he
said thnt 20,000 Canadians would
spring to arms, if needed, to aid tho
Mother Country. Well, porhnpn ao.
Words nre cheap, and ono should not
take too seriously the remarks mado
on a festive occasion. But we liavo
our doubts about thut 20,000 business. The Canadians would do a
good deal for ther own country, hut
thoy liavo not tho warmest interest
in England. Much would depend
upon the occasion. If the bloody
Turk or the cruel Russian advanced
to England's shores threatening do
struction, some of the Canadian boys
might take a trip across to scant tho
heathen back. But wc doubt if 20,-
000, or even 20, Canadians would go
to help England secure a scientific
frontior for the Indian Empire, or
go to help England maintain tlie
balance of power in Europe, or go to
help England secure tho money due
to tho Egyptian bondholders. Tho
fact is that tho Canadians, like the
English Liberals, aro not hungry for
glory, hut prefer to follow thoir
peaceful industries without molestation, and they aro quito willing to
let Frenoh, Russians and Egyptians
do the samo, England has not been
so ready to mn into warlike scrapes
In late years as she used to be, and
Canada quite approves of her abstinence. Especially as Canadians havo
no voice in making English wars,
they aro nst eager to do any lighting.
Probably tho Marquis was cheered
when he told that story about 20,000
Canadians, hut ho was talking nonsense all the same.—Hamilton Times.
That tho results achieved hy the
" Greely Expedition ore at all commensurate with the accompanying
loss of lifo and suffering will be maintained by very few. Surely souls
enough havo been offered up on tho
shrine of Nortii Pole discovery '
Doubtless if all the precautions dictated by experience had been taken
by the authorities at Washington,
the latest attempt to penetrate the
secrets of the Arctic region might
Jiave been attonded by less laments-
>ble results; but it is so easy to be
* -wise after the event, nnd in the frozen north, as elsewhere, it is so often
the unforsneu which happenB, that
one would not willingly learn of the
equipment of another expedition plus
nn infinitude of precautions. All
this may bo true without invalidating
Lieut. Greeley's claim to havo conducted "a remarkablo and heroic
achievement," with "skilful management and success"—vide M. George
Kenna'a address. What discovery
has boen made that even the most
enthusiastic scientist wonld not say
was dearly purchased at the price ot
tlie lives of seventeen bravo men,
whose fitness fnr tlie work wns that
they wero the flower of tho nation!
How muoh richer will the world he
for the knowledge obtained in exchange for weeks of agony on tho
part of tho survivors — sufferings
which have permanently undermined
their health and brought them to
the verge of idiotcyl Ir the sum
total of scientific facts to lie increased
hy so small a contribution at the expense of frost-bitten limbs, starvation, and an intensity of suffering
which slowly killed near a. score of
strong men, and brought the survivors within forty-eight hours of
death, causing them to weep like
children at tlm approach of succour!
-The Week
Banal a Feel as a Lufnoator.
A long yellow ice cart, heatily laden,
slid tho other day into a futtor In
Chambers Street, near Weft Broad-
The roar wheel stuck firmly
i drt»«r ■  •
way.
against tho curb.. The driirtr lashed
his horse, and swung them around,
but to no purpose. Ingwlou. philanthropists offered all kinds of suggestions, patted tho trembling, sweating
horses, nnd some put their shoulders
to the sido of tlio truck, but without
avail. The off rear wheel would not
turn. .A'barefooted little colored buy
had watched the proceedings with a
childlike luok cf sympathy for the
overstrained animals. He suddenly
ran down Chambers Street aud returned panting, carrying in his arms a lot
of banana peels.
"Say, boss," he called to the driver,'
"I'll make yer-wheel turn with these
'ero, if yer'll let me put 'em down."
"All right, sonny," said the driver.
■ Tho 1'ttlu darky sprang under the
wheels, and carefully laid down the
skills. He pressed some close to tlie
curb, .vhere the wheel wns jammed.
Thon he sprang back and shouted,
''Now, boss; pull away,"
The crowd laughed; the driver pulled taut his lines and gave his horses a
lash. The animals sprang forward,
tlio wheel glided along the layer of
banana peels, and the heavy wagon
rolled out of the gutter. Tho onlookers
cheered as it drove away.
"Oh," said thelittle darky, "I'vesson
pop move barrels and big boxes with
oil, and pop tolo me a little oil make.
hubby dings go round. I seen hebby
men fall on banana peel, and I guessed
dey'd move dat wheel. My name,
boss, am Abraham Lincoln George
Brown,"—N. Y. Sun.
3p U. NATKEBI, *. D.
Ft'lCK-TnupoiiurllsMn Wise's building,
Front street.
Hesidbkoe—St. John street, opposite tho
Publio FJehool, New Westminster.
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I.BBHTJUEV, *fcB„H C.P.AS.O.
PHYSICIAN A BURGEON,
Surgeon to Roy«l Columbian Hospital,
Medical Officer to tho Asylum for the Insane, OFPiCK—McKcnBlo street, Now
Westminster. British Colombia.   [selS-to
J. A. CALBICK,
BUILDER& CONTRACTOR
ALL KINDS OF JOBBING AND REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
c.
If. TREW, M. D. M. C. P. * |., O.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.-
Burgeon B. jD. Penitentiary, Burgeon New
Westminster. Jail, Coroner Wrlha.Dls-
trlot.   OmcK-Corner of Clarkson and
tnilnster.JiUl,
_,   OmcH-Cr
McKeiir-le Streets,
'"'•"p^^s'.'lffiBrta-,.
_  Ico, Columbia it* opposite City Hotel.
Offlce alwnygc^n^ujt widtUffht.
roh. Mm
(MO-
QUI), tarmerJy of >fcwXgrfe ■Polyclinic.
A/W8waln,M. D. marram Licentiate of Royal College of Physicians, Lon*
don, En«. myH-tc
TT St. COOPBB, B. A.,M, D.,
*    PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
OFFICE and REWDEN€F-Cliurch St,
(next door, to Vatniew' Home), near
ColumbInW., Now Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOUHS-81ol0n.ni.; ltoUnnd
6.90 to 8 p.m. Calls In town nnd country promptly attended to. *        fe2te
TOHtf B. XcGUIBB, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. w
Graduate of -Trinity College, Dublin, ns
also Assistant Surgeon Into Honorable
East India Company Servico. wishes to
announce to the people of Lillooet Dis*
trict that he has taken up his residence
nt CLINTON and opened ndrug store. All
commulcntlons by mnll promptly attended to. myl7-8m
Precautions Against Cholera,
The following ii the note presented
by Dr. Koch to tlie Mayor of Toulon:
"Cholera ia propaijated by people,
nnd is communicated almost without
exception by direct contact with human boiiiRS or the articles they wear.
In timo of cholera it is necessary to
lead a regular lifo, experience allowing that digestive derangements promote the outbreak of cholera. Excess
in eating and drinking should therefore bo avoided, as also heavy food
whieh may produce diarrhoea. Send
for a doctor as soon as the latter appears. Swallow no food coming from
an infected house. Articles coming
from an unknown quarter should be
conked; I mention milk in particular.
All water defiled by man ihould be
prohibited. Doubtful wuter to be
avoided is that coming from shallow
wells in inhabited spots, and from
marshes, ponds, brooks, or water-
courses receiving and conveying contaminated water. Water is considered
especially dangerous whioh in any way
has been defiled by choleraic evacuations. As a corollary of the foregoing
it may be added that water used in-
washing dishes and linen should not
bo thrown into wells or streams or tho
vioinity of them. When it is impossible to obtain water pure, tbe simp-
lost plan is to boil it. This refers nob
merely to drinking, but to kitchen
water, for the choleraic gorm may be
transmitted when in water to the
person using it for washing linen or
dishes, or for preparing food or for
ablutions. Tho chief lesson from this
remark is that water drunk is not the
only vehicle of the choleraic germ."
That water is pure or boiled is not
an absolute safeguard. Any case of
cholera may become a center of infection. The patients should be removed
and unnecessary contact Avoided. In
time of cholera avoid largo gatherings,
such as fairs, festivals, and meetings,
In rooms whore thero aro choleraic
patients eat and drink nothing. Choleraic evacuations should be collected
in vessels containing a solution of car*
bolic acid. The apartments of oholeraie
patients should be left uninhabited for
six days, Persona having hod contact
with patients should wash their hands
in soap and water and a solution of
carbolic acid. In case of doath tha
body should be immediately removed,
and the funeral should be at plain as
possible. The procession should not
enter the dead-houso. Articles used
by patients should not be transported
till after disinfection. laundresses
Bhould not take the linen of patients
unless disinfected. Precautions other
than the above are either unknown or
not recommended."
A Story with a Moral.
Handsome Young Millionaire-—"So
you would like a position as companion
to my sister)"
Pretty Girl—"Yes. please; I would
do my very best to give satisfaction."
"Oan you sing 1"
"No, I am sorry to say."
"You play the piano, I suppose ?"
"No; I never studied music."
"Ah! probably, then, you paint
crockery or—-"
"It is needless to continue the list,
sir; I have no accomplishments,"   '
"Indeed! Why, how have vou
passed your time since you left
sohool 1"
"At home helping mother. You
see—"
"Pardon me for interrupting, You
have aaid enough and—"
"Oh, do not say I will not do. If
necessary I oan piek up some accomplishments in a reasonable time, I ara
sure."
"You will not do as a hired companion because you are entirely too
good for the position, but if you will
take half of my fortune aud mo with it
I shall consider myself the luckiest
man in the world."
Shem.~Philadelphia Call..
Job printing of alt kinds neatly done
at tho Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower than At any other offlee in
the province.—Adv.
T\It. CIIEADLK,
J J DENTIST,
AsROciated wit I. Dr. Welsh- enn -be found
at his office, over D, R Curtis A Co.*n drug
store, Coiumbin street, New Westminster.
Office hours—From 9 a.m. to 19 m., nnd
from 1 to 5 p.m. JeDl-tc
pORBOULD * MoCOLL,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, AC.
Omen— McKenzie street. New Westminster, Ii. C.
AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST.
100 columns and TOO engravings In
each issue,   tint Year.    *l.M m Tear.
Hend two 3-.! U. S. stamps lor sample
copy [English or German] of tho Oldest
and Best Agricultural Journal In the
World. ORANGE JUDD CO.,
David W.Jiidd, Pres.
751 Broadway, Now York, Joll-tc
Estimates Furnished.   Saws Sharped and Set,
SHOP—SI ere limit Square, Coiumbin Ht,,
New Westminster, In rear of Thos. Oven's
Blacksmith Shop. felMe
BOOTS and SHOES
raoM
H-EATEOBFB
Boot ft Shoe Manufactory,
VICTORIA,
AT   VICTOBIA   PRICES.
R. THOMAS,
8'iop under the new Oddfellow Hall, Columbia St., New Westminster.
Every Man to his own Business
_*_.   FESLB,
PRACTICAL
GHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP. COLONIAL IIOTBL),
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Recipes i Specialty.
N. B. — Only Genuine Drugs used,
Over twenty years' experience.    mr23
MESSRS.
T   T. WHiKIKiON,
'CUSTOM BOOT A SHOE MAKER,
Chilliwhack, B.C.  First-Class workmanship. Repairing neatly and quickly executed. Terms strictly cash.       my31*Sm
TtfCBBAY * FAT,
HOUSE AHD SION PAINTERS,
draining. Kalsomlnlng and Paper-Hanging. Riioi-—Clarkson streot, opposite tha
New Westminster Jail, New Westminster,
British Colnmblp. „.       ap2*te
"VfHi. ELIZA TOWLE,
GROCER A GENERAL DEALER,
Good   Accommodation for Travelers,
Opposite Steamboat Landing,
LANGLEY.!.'; B.C.
 myM*3m
"DOTAL HOTEL,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
Flrst*Clofli accommodation for Travelers.
MRS. M. A. HARPER.
my2l--a.*ly Proprietress,
"If AS, M. A. HARPER,
CENTREVILLE, CHILLIWHACK.
Dry UmmiM mmA Crtcerlea, Millinery and
Fancy C««is.
Ft rat-Class Dressmaker In attendance.
 my3t*'M*Iy
TTVGHBS * ATKIKSOX.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
And Conveyancers. Accounts collected
and Loans Negotiated. Offloe, Colnmbia
street, opposite the Pout Offlce, New Westminster, & C
T. C. Atkinson.
J. C. Ht-GHIS,
Notary Pub! tt*.
Jell-to
-flflt
Real Estate Bi-akert, Conveyancer* and
Jlyeto
I'ort Moody and New Westminster Property a specialty. <
OFFICE-Coiumbin Street, opposito Post
Office, New Westminster, B. C.      ""*•-
T,
J. TRAPP.
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columbia Street, New WeBtminstor
Arrangements aro being mnde for an
extensive Auction Rale of Real Estate, to
take place In May West. Parties desirous
of disposing of their farms, etc, will do
well to place the samo in the hands of the
above.
AU commission* will receive prompt
and careful attention. Bost references
given when required, mh I2*tn
W.
H.PALDING,
LAND, HOUSE ANDGENERAL AGENT
Accountant, Collector, Conveyancer,
LIFE, FIRE A ACCIDENT INS. AGENT,
Custom House Broker.
Agont for P. T. Johnston A Co., Herdsmen,
 Viotoria,	
Aad John Leahy, Brewer, victorin.
ofpick:
McKenile St, ono door from Columbia Bt,
NEW WESTMINSTER, fi. C.
.■•'       apTO*to	
11. K. l-ROAHDAILK. A. W. JONU.
OftOASDAILIftJONM,
A gen It and ■raker*.
Particular attention paid to tho Bale of
farming lands.
Money to loan at low rates of Interest on
Improved farms.
Large list* of town and country property
for sale.
Omen-Government St, near Brongliton,
B. C     P O box 111.       npB-te.
HORSE FOR SALE.
SUITABLE FOR EITHER SADDLE or
"^••■v A!******"* ***b»»
Also-nn
'.'c. BLANCHARD,
Sapperton.
Respectfully beg to Inform the public of
Now Westminstor and Distriot tliat
they have commenced business as
Land Surveyors & Draughtsmen
Real Estate Brokers & Agents,
Conveyancers, Accountants,^
Ami aro now prepared to receive Instruc-
i „ t|pn« In their several branches.
All business placed In thoir hands will
receive prompt attention.
They have for sale Town nnd Suburban
Lots in Now Westminster,
Town Lots nt Port Moody, Port Hammond and Lot** on town sites nt
Heatings, Granville and
English Bay
Also farming lands on the Lower Fraser.
COME AND SEE
Good Times hi Coma Agun, Boys!
THIS PROPRIETOR. JAMES TURN-
BULL, having again taken possession
of the TEMPERANCE ROUSE fronting on
Col um bin nnd Church Streets, opposite
Episcopal Church, City of Now Westminster, IJ. 0.. and now Known as the
FARMER'S    HOME,"
Will nccommodule nil his old friends nnd
the public generally who fnvorlilm with
n cnl I, at old prices. Board per day, $1.00;
Bonrd per weok, 85.00; Single Meals, K
eentai Beds, 25cents, osraoodnccommo-
qaMou tor Ladles und Families.    nu29tc
O-ROSS'
MUSICAL AGENCY,
. .   GOVERNMENT   STREET,
B. C. A. A.
FIRST PRIZE!
-TO-
Victorin,
British   Columbia.
OTEINWAV. riAMM
KIBKHAN I-IINOS
<MI(hKUI\(. I'lAVOH
KA1NEB   MASKS
W. BF.LI  ., tllIHH-1 ORUAN8
      unaitc)	
FURNITURE!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PLEA-
sure in announcing'that lie is now
prepared to supply all kinds of Furniture, ke., at the lowest possible prices,
Cabinet work and Upholstering done
promptly and in first-class stylo.
UNDERTAKING
In all its branches. The undersigned
has the only HEARSE in the City. A
continuance of public patronage solicited.
Old ataiul, next Occident Hotel.
J. G. BUNTE,
Late Manager Selil's Branch Furniture
Store. auStc
J. BAGNALL,
IMPORTER & MANUFACTURER OF
AM) At.I, KINIW OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
WILL VISIT THE MAINLAND,
on a Professional Tour, and will
bo happy to receive and execute orders
for all kinds of Musical Instruments,
l*kuio3 and Organs tuned or regulated.
Favors from tlie Mainland, forwarded
through W. II. Kcary, N. \V„ will tn-,
eel ve prompt attention. jy28tu
Offlco—Front Strkrt,
OppwitM. p. s. t'onipiinj'*. Wharf,
feO-tc.
Union Temperance Hotel,
CBNTRKYfUK, CHILLIWHACK.
Board nml Lodging.     Horses for Hire,
THOS. BARTLETT,
npsHMc Ppropriotor.
Sunnyside Hotel,
GRANVILLE, B. C.
McLEOD&McINNES
r. [jij-oma
GRANVILLE,
Burrard Inlet, B. G.
ALEX. JOHNSTONE,
J'ROI'RIETOK.
(Jlyliyl)
W. M, JONES,
T-,OGH3-B3R, <SCC.
MtJD BAY, B. C.
Pi-ei-ahkd to FmiNif-u mi liimi"
or
Oedar Posts, Slats, Shakes,
Anil anything In thcoeilnrlhin,
AS.* -aiD«veat rM-mcH-i
      (Jy>2t>-> 	
0. J.
BUTCHER,
CENTREVILLE, CHILI JWHACK.
The Best pf Meats
Constantly on hand.
■ my2t-8m	
WE8T END
Plnln and Fancy
I   JJiuiD-   hod, uwiumi
And Confectionery nlwnyt* on blind.
Delivered to any part, of tile (.'ity.
iT SROS.,    Columbia Street.
Je2Mc
W. R. CLARKE,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
Sales Room, Fire-proof Building.
Yates Street,
VICTORIA, - BRITISH COLUMBIA.
tw Liberal advances mado on Consignments.
To facilitate the salo 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 Funiture, and
not wishing the trouble of an Auction
Sale, can Iiiul a Cash Buyer by calling
oq the above. Office of the British Columbia Wire Works. All sorts of wire
work dono. Orders filled with neatness
aud dispatch.
Ollice »f Harbor Mauler and Port Warden. felO
KURTZ&CO
-FOR-
I
A8INGLK PLAIN BEDHTEAD, WITH
wool and straw mattrossos. Apply at
FOR SALE:
/"\NE MILCH COW.
Apply to             MHS. SILLITOE.
 (JyHto)	
CIGARS
[Signed] A. PEELE, Sec.
'_ (ooHtc)
MRS. TRETBEWEY,
 GENERAL	
Groceries,
Provisions and
Dry Goods.
General Agent   for British   Columbia
for the
Lamb Knitting Machine!
Good Accommodation for Traveller!! nnd Tourists.
WIIMu Or. iui.m.a- walk of Ik. Kail
ST. MARY'S MISSION, B. C.
Mrs. T. is a duly qualified aud certificated nurse and accoucheur, and is pre*
pared to give tlie bost attention and
accommodation to invalids and ladies
during confinement at her home aa
above, the situation of which is one of
the most .salubrious nnd delightful op the
Lower Frasor. A nkllful physician will
ho in attendance if required.    jc25m3
-DOMINION-
WOODS & TURNER,
Conveyancers,
Benl E-tlnle AgcntK,   Laud   Burvoyon.
IM-anKhlNtncn, and Insurance Ageath
Our property lists aro now very complete, and we would call attention to the
following selections, which wo are enabled to offer at very reasonable figures.
Titles guaranteed:
New Westminster Oity.
Lot 20, hlock XXXII—gddd residence
Bite,
Subdivision of lot 10, Modi XXXV—
lill.xi:'-' feet.
Southwest ' of lot 17, hlock XXXVI.
New Westminster Suburbs,
Lots 7 ami 8, block V—gra<]ed, cleared
and fenced; adjoining residotioe of \V. B.
Townsend, Esq,
Lots (IS nnd 70, block V.
Subdivisions of lots I anil l?, liloek li.
Subdivisions of lots 10 nml .:>. block 7.
New Westminster District.
('nod farms in nil parts.
105 acres on Kalsu Creek rond.
450 acres at Mateqni--good dairy farm;
highly improved; to bo sold with stock
mid implements if desired.
200 acres at .Sumas--a splendid chnnce
for dairy fanners.
'2iti acres near I.ndiiur's Landing.
320 acres on Lulu fsland.
Port Moody.
A large and complete list, embracing
all parts of tho Townslte.
Land Surveying
Iu all its branches; maps compiled, trao-'
ings prepared, and all descriptions of surveying carefully aud promptly attended
to.   30 years' experience.
Having been over almost the whole of
New Westminster District during our
surveying tours, we are in a position to
give intending purchasers a correct description of the property ottered.
Money to lend on approved security at
low rates of interest.
Agents For
Tho 1'hcnix, of Brooklyn, and tho
Liverpool k London k Globe Insurance
Companies.
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the United States.
Gladding, McBean k Co's terra cotta
chimneys and vitrified stone sewer
piping. 	
OFFICE—Ellard's Block, Columbia
Street, New Westminstor.
ap!2-tc        WOODS ft TURNER.
(LIMITED)
New Westminster, B.C.
BEG to return their sincere
thanks to friends and the
public for the liberal patronage
bestowed on them during the
past year and take pleasure in
stating that they are now in a
better position than ever before
to supply anything and everything in their line.
HAVING largely increased
the capacity of the Mill
and added a most complete outfit of wood-working machinery,
they are now manufacturing all
kinds of
UL
 INCLUDING—	
Lumber,
Shingles,
Pickets,
Lath,
Sash,
Doors,
MOULDINGS,  BRACKETS,
SCROLL, SAWED, AND
TURNED WORK.
 ALSO	
FURNITURE
Of all kinds on hand or made to
order on short notice.
Having imported the newest
and best machinery in the market, we can guarantee FIRST-
CLASS WORK at LOWEST
PRICES.
Orders from the Interior carefully and promptly attended to.
Price Lists furnished on application.
JNO. B. HENDERSON,
jeSStc] Manaorr.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C.
The Only fire-Proof Hotel
in too City,
TOE CULINARY DEPARTMENT
ISUNDBR THE CHARGE OF AN
EXPERIENCED ARTIST.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to announce to the Public that he
has purchased the above Hotel, where
everything will be found lira'-class, and
at reasonable rates.
The Parlors ind Bleeping Apartments are under the superintendence
of Mrs. Austin-.
Private Dining Rooms for Ladies,
Families and Private Parties.
i Private Reading Boen, commodious, comfortably furnished, and
well supplied with books and papers, is
provided for the use of guests.
Is supplied with the choicest brands of
Wines, Liquors, Chubs, ftc.
JNO. AUSTIN,
Proprietor.
Cows for Sale.
SIX GOOD COWS FOR DALE.   AP.
ply to
'A.IBVINO,
mya-Ic .    MtpleRldge,
For Sale!
mEN TOWN LOTS FACING ON DOUO
J. las Street, south of Pelham Street.
Apply to
,■''■',        HENRY V. EDMONDS, i.
Jelt-tc LantfAt-ent.
Oxen for Sale.
TWO YOKE OP 6-YEAR OLD WORK-
OXEN for sale. Olrth from a feet 11
In. to 7 feet 1 In. Also-1 BULL and 1
STAG, unbroken, good slie.
nib20tc
WM. B. LADNER.
Ladner's Landing-,
Milch Cows For Sale.
THE
t
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS FINE AND COMMODIOUS
new Hotel hue heen recently oom*
pleted and is furnished with every convenience for the comfort of guests. The
situation and accommodations are unsurpassed on Burrard Inlet, whieh has be*
come the most fashionable
WATERING PLAGE
in British Columbia. Tho prospect is
charming, the sea breeze <i are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing oud
boating aw excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Booms. Suites of apartments for families or parties. The Bu
is entirely detatched from the main
building.
IV The Hotel is under the immediate
superintendence of Mra. Blaok.
First-class stabling and feed for Hors-
.   Busses to and from New Westmin*
ster twice a day,
GEO.  BLACK,
jy28tc Proprietor.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
nearly Opposite tbe Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
T
IHE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
IN At ( OUDAN< K WITH TIIK pro-
visions miutc nl. Iiini hpnsIhii of the leg*
istatlve assembly, notice is tien-hy given
llm! n Free High Mclionl will be opened nt
New Westminster,
Dining tlio first week In August next.
This will be it Government School, nnd
the p-iursi* of study will be thnt proficrlbiMl
by tho Provinoial Educational Department. Tho curriculum will embrace nll
subject)) necessary for Colloge mntrlculn*
tion, nnd for qualifying pet-sous to obtain
provincial teachers' certificates. The
school will be under a first-elnss tencber.
PersonB desirous of entering the classes
should communicate with the Secretary
ns early n* possible.
T. J, TRAPP,
my3*to Sec. Bd. of Trustees,
F. F. NELSON,
HAS    JUST   OPENED   A   NEW
Store ot
PORT   MOODY,
Where will be found > Ml .took ol
Dry Goods, Groceries, ud Sen.
eral merchandise,
Whioh will be sold st New Westminster
Prion.
Al.air.r-I.rlai l«arrlr«» AeeM.lt In-
nnsii tntur,
SST Nut Door to Caledonia Hotel.
teSMa
R.T.WILLIAMS,
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER,
ud BUnk Book MtnnfMtnrer.
Maps anil Drawing Taper Mounted.
Files ot Magazines, Illustrated Papen,
.to., neatly and cheaply Bound.
Goverimmt Street, Vlrlorln, B.C.
TIHK UNDERSIGNED HAB FHOMONE
to ten good milch cowh for sale. They
are quite gentle and find-class mllken.
For particulars apply to
P. GANNON,
Butcher A Stoek Dealer,
mhia-tc. Ladner's Landing,
Farm to Rent
THE "BROOKHURST PLACE," situated 8 milea from Ladner's Landing
and 9 from New Westminster, conaiitlng
of KM acres of flrst*clas8 land, well adapted
for farming, and especially adapted for
grating purposes. Fine chance. Terms
easy. Turtles are Invited to call and Inspect orop. jlylfto
FARM FOR SALE;
OPPOSITE CHILLIWHACK LANDING
on the noitb side of Fraser river.
Well Improved; good orchard; 400 fruit
trees; a fine lot of small fruit; 16 acres In
timothy; good house, nnd barn. Forfur-
ther particulars apply either by letter or
person to
a CX GARNER,
jlyltltc Johnson's Landing, B. C.
FOR   SALE.
A FARM OF 100 ACRES IN LANGLEY
Municipality, opposite Port Hammond. 16 aores cleared, with small bouse
remainder covered with alder and vine
maple bush, with but very little heavy
timber. Soil a uniformly deep clay loam.
WIU bo sold cheap for cash.
Apply lo
PAUL MURRAY,
Maple Ridge.
FOR SALE.
W. H. KEARY
WinbestodlBposc of his Htnllanery mhI
Beek Store and the good will of the busi*
ness. TERMS EASY, which can be ob*
tallied on application to T.J. Armstrong.
March SlBt, 1881. ...   ,;      ap2*tc.
FOR SALE.
THB BEST DAIRY FARM IH THB
Province of British Colnmbia, sltunted
In Lower Sumas, consisting of 1200 aeres,
of which 1100 Ib prairie and the remainder
timbered. There Is agood dwelling house
of 11 rooms; a first-claxs dairy with water
power complete for churning; a large
barn 130x04. Terms, one-half down and
balance on 6 years' time at 6 per cent.
Will be sold with or without stock. Apply
> A. S. VEDDER,
Jo4*8m Chilliwhack, & C.
FORSALE
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
Q MILES FROM LADNER'S
0 Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; two other roads runningthrough
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's Landing, B.C.
SECOND-HAND
CYLINDER 8xu, SUITABLE
for direct action Saw-mill; with
Saw Arbor and tno 62 inch Spaldlng-
tooth Saws; also, feed gear, donkey
pump, and shell boiler. The whole is
in good order, and may be seen at the
Brunette Saw-mill. Will be sold at a
bargain.   Apply to
DeBECK BROS. & CO.
New West., 20th Dec, l88r   [de22*lc
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I
have made application to the Chief
CommlsKioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchaso one hundred and
sixty acres of pastoral land situated In the
KamloopR Division of Yale District, on a
creek emptying Into Stump Lake, at a
post about 8 miles east of Peter Fraser's,
running north 20 chnins; thence west 8U
chains; thence south 20 ehulns; thenee
east 80 chains.
DONALD FRASER.
Kamloops, July 3rd, 188*. Jlylflms
I. LEHMAN,
Importer and dealer In
Im, Stad ud all SiuU of Bard Wioi
Coach-building, Blacksmithing, Hone,
Ox and Mule Shoeing, and General Repairing promptly attended to
YALE BRITISH COLUMBIA
	
"Lul BviitiT Oriiuioi IW
Lots 0, 7, t6 and ST, Block XXXII, LotO,
Block XXVII, md Lett tt ami IS,
Block XX VIU, aU iu the City
of New Wtttmtntttr,
A CBRTIFICATB OT IMDBVBAl-
A lble title to the above mentioned lots
will be Issued to Henry Valentine Edmonds on the 22nd day of August, MM,
unless in the meantime a valid objection
thereto be made to the undersigned In
writing by some person claiming an «■•
tale or interest In said lota, or some part
thereof.
CHAS. JAA. LEaGATT,
Acting Bcftalnr-attwral.
Und Registry Offlee, Slit May, IIN.
my2l*!*m NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Public Notice J. H. Shirely
To Butchers and Stockmen.Innes Bros
To Let This Ollice
Oity Bakery F. Kimble
Notice. E. F. Charlton
lhe British Columbian.
Wednesday Morning. Angnsi *, vm.
Ah Wong Murphj!
It is to be hoped that uomplicn*
tions auch aa are preaented hy the
following extract from the Wash may
not be seriously multiplied: Whether the fault lies with tho movement,
its apostles, or the general ptihlic, it
is not necessary here to enquire; luit
the fact remains thut tho avemgi
man is as ignorant of the true inwardness of "woman's rights" as the
world is of the authorship of Jnn
ins' letters. The industrious gatherer of unconsidered trifles muy,
therefore, be pardoned for enquiring
whether it is proposed in the millennium foreshadowed by Mrs. MoEw
an, that in marriage, uh in other
things, ancient custom is to he suli
verted, and the hiislmml will take
his wife's name 1—whether once and
for all the individuality of the
household is to he settled, and tlmt
it will no longer he necessary to ask
the waggish question "Whicli one?"
on hearing that some "twain" have
been made "one flesh." If this is u
plank in the woman's rights platform, advocates of that reform uio
to be congratulated on having secured at least one male convert—
albeit, he is a Chinee. Ah Wung
Lee, of New York city, we learn,
the other day entered into matrimonial relations with Miss Kate
Murphy, whereupon he changed his
name, taking that of his wife. Ah
Wung is (or was) the proprietor of
a laundry, and the overhanging sign
now reads: "Mr. and Mrs. Kato
Murphy"; so that, though the celestial washerman is still in the flesh,
he may be spoken of correctly as
the late Ah Wung Lee. it would
only be in accordance with the eternal fitness of things if the fair advocates of "woman's rights" presented him with a congratulatory
address, and expressed in some substantial manner their appreciation
of his conduct us an advanced reformer with the courage of h
opinions,
The Railway Meeting.
Those who hove interested thein
selves in the success of the scheme
for selling a portion of die public
reservtia, and securing tlie construction of a branch railway tu connect
this city with the C. P. R., must
have been well satisfied with tlm
public meeting held on Monday
pight. The meeting was large, orderly, Hnd most unmistakably in
favor of supporting the scheme proposed by the city council. In view
of the disturbing rumors which
have been going about the streets
during tlio pflst week or two, this
emphatic eg-ression of public opinion is both uppropiittte aiid gratify
ing. It must he confessed that tl)e
arguments brought forward by those
fffyo opposed the by-law were weak
and frivolous, There is probably
no one who will not admit that the
by-law might be improved; but if it
should be withdrawn and sat npoi:
by the whole wisdom of the city until Christmas there is not the slightest reason to suppose thut it would
then be perfect. We must take
many things on trust in this world.
The members of the council aro
probably us worthy of confidence as
those who so loudly profess to doubt
their sincerity or honesty, In a
matter where time seems bo important an element it would be it great
mistake to risk the whole scheme
because there are some imperfections
In the measure submitted. Senator
Mclnnes was especially hostile, and
his hostility seems to have obscured
to some extent the clearness of his
mental vision. His assertion that
the corporation was being used as
tho cats-paw of a Victoria ling who
bad combined to take the road fo
Coal Harbor and accomplish the
ruin of this city, could have had no
foundation in fact! It is too absurd
for belief, and the meeting had the
good senile to accept it as a piece, of
pure nonsense, We have stated,
and we repeat the statement without fear, that if the railway went
to Coal Harbor bv way of this city
our commercial position would be
immensely improved. But 'if it is
contemplated to bring the road to
the Brunette, and then carry it to
Coal Harbor by the Burnaby Lake
route, as stated by Senator Mclnnes, then we Bhall simply keep our
$60,000 bonus in the city treusury.
The scheme upon which the people
are asked to vote has been sufficiently defined, and abo-it it the it-
need be no misapprehension. The
line baa been surveyed by a government engineer from the Coquitlam
right into tbe heart of the city.
- Flans, profiles and estimates of that
•amy have been prepared, and are]
now probably in the hands of Mr,
Van Home. If the syndicate is
prepared tn build a railway in accordance with these plans, the city
council has pledged itself to a bonus
of $50,000 No portion • could imagine for a moment that the bonus
would be applied to a line whicli
does not touch this eity al till, but
which passes by it at a distance of two
miles. The members of tlie city
council are not bom fools. Wt* be-
lievo uot one of them<owii8 a foot
of property at Coul Harbor or English Bay, and to accuse them of being parties to a scheme for the ruin
of their own city fur the purpose of
building up a rival iH unworthy of
the senator. It- is safe to nay that
nine-tenths of the meeting on Monday night was in favor of the bylaw, and on Friday night we hope
to find that, common sense has prevailed overwhelmingly ovei interests
that are atita'goliis.io to the city's
progress.
The Indian Nuisance.
At the police court on Monday
Capt. Pittendrigh complained of tho
disorder and disturbances which
were commonly indulged in by the
Indians who are camped along Alfred
Terrace. Tliese people, the captain
declares, arc in the habit of getting
drunk und making night hideous
with their howls, Not content with
turning the beautiful terrace into
what he described as a perfect hell
on earth, they came up on the sidewalk, and even ventured into the
captain's front garden where they
carried on tlieir revels until duy-
ligbt. The police magistrate, whose
residence adjoins that of Capt. Pittendrigh, stated that he bad been a
witness to some of these disgraceful
scenes, and on Sunday night about
40 of these savages bivouaced ou
his front lawn. He wus of opinion
that the city council should take
some steps to stop these festive performances. He naked Constable
Wiggins to hiiug the mutter before
the civic authorities and see if an
order could not he passed for the
removal of the Indians beyond the
city limits. Tho constable replied
that there seemed to hiin very little
probability of auy such action being
taken. Indeed, the council had
given him to understand, when he
undertook to keep the Indians within the law, that he was interfering
where he had uo business. They
intimated that he was driving the
Indians away, und that the city
would lose their trade! He should
attend to the white men, and let the
Indian agent look after the Indians.
Mr. McTiernan, the Indian agent,
who was present, said thut so loug
us the Indians remained within the
eity limits he could do nothing for
them. There were two Indian re
serves within easy reach of tho city:
if the Indians were sent to these,
then they would be properly under
his jurisdiction, ami he was responsible, for them, If any sickness or
eptdetnio should break out among
them while within the municipality,
the corporation must of necessity
bear the whole expense of providing for them, as he cuuld uot spend
one farthing ou them. The police
magistrate expressed surprise that
any councillor should presume to
interfere with the constable in the
discharge of his duty.. He asked
Mr. Moresby lo use his influence
with the city fathers und endeavor
to have this abuse taken away.
Now the facts brought out in this
discussion are not altogether now,
but we have no hesitation iu saying
that they are most discreditable.
The Columbian has generally defended the present city council, because it seems to be honestly endeavoring to do many things for the
advancement of the city's interests;
but if the stut'-ineiits made in the
polico court ure true, wo say shame
upon the council! Can it be possible that there ate in tho uity of
New Westminster members of the
council who would encourage or
wink at debauchery and the worst
forms of vice because it may bring
profit! This Indian nuisance should
be firmly suppressed. We have a
number of most respectable Indians
in tho city, but the presence of the
half civilized gangs which camp
upon vacant places is an unmitigated
evil. Not only are these poople
going to destruction themselves, but
they are carrying with them others
who might escipe ihe fate which
now threatens them if the temptation were removed. \Ve ho|w-the
council will, at its next regular
meeting, take, steps to wipe this
blot off the face of our city. Let
the Indians he put upon their own
eservefl, uud there they wilt lie
under control of the responsible
agents, and free from many corrupt-
ing influences whioh are now leading
them to ruin.
James Kllaku & Co. beg to inform
the Ladies of New Westininst r that
they have secured the services of Mrs.
W. A, Charles, a flrst-class Dressmaker,
late of Ban Franoisco, to take full charge
of their Dressmaking Department.    *
TC_LET.
FURNISHED   BED-ROOM   for  single
■riMitU'iiian; the minutes- walk from
Posl Otlice.-Apply nt Oflico of This Papor.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I
Intend making appl lout lon to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works
for permission.to purchase [2] two unsur-
vevoil Islands In Ilie Praser river, lying to
the west of Lots 20 A l ll, Group 2, and containing l-'ii-l fifty acres, more or loss.
EDWARD F. CHARLTON.
AugusMlh.lIHI. nulHn2
PUBLIC   NOTICE.
niENDElW WILL HE RECEIVED np to
1    Saturday. Itilli Day or AiirunI. for
the erection of the Mount Lehman School
House. Plans imd specifiedtions mny be
soon at Mr. Ihbotson's Storo, at Lehman's
Landing. The lowest or any tender not
'Iv -ic-i-ontod.
.. SHIRLEY,
Bee Board of Trustees.
Mount Lehman, 4th Aug., 1881.       oufltU
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE EXTEN-
slvefiiollittcsfor
STALL  FEEDING,
On their premises at, Langley Pr.-.lrle. and
nre prepared to take end to for winter
Aliening or keep. Butchers and stockmen who wish cattlo kept fat und In good
order will And every fuel]Ity, and moderate olinrgOS. The fnrm Is only 13 miles
from Now Westminster, and is on llio
Trunk road. INNES  BROS.,
uiiete . Langley Prnirie.
F. KIMBLE,
CITY BAKERY
PRODUCE    DEALER,
COLUMBIA    STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER
 (niilltc) 	
EXPRESS RATES.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE the rates
of express freight nn packages nnd
parcels, safely and properly put up aud
not containing any extra valuable or
dangerous compounds will be:
Between Victoria anil New Westminster.
Packngcs under 10 lbs '2i, cts. ench
Packages over it nnd undor 25...50 cts. ench
Packages over 24 and under 50.75 cts. each
Pnckagcu over 50 ut 1 cent per Ib
From New Westminster to Yale.
Less than 3 lbs. 'lr, ots. each
From it lbs, to 10 lbs 50 els. each
From 10 lbs. to 25 lbs,.,.,.... ...75els. each
From 25lbs. to 50 lbs fl 0*1 each
From 50 lbs. to75 lbs ?l no each
From 75 lbs. to 100 lbs. or ovei*..2ets. per Hi
TO LYTTON AND POINTS BETWEEN
YALE  AND   LYTTON.
Less than 2 lbs - 25 cts. each
From 2 lbs. to 5 llm 50 cts. each
From 5 lhs. to 10 lbs SI Wench
From 10 lbs. to 25 lbs 10 cts. perlb
From 25 lbs. to 75 lbs H cts. per lb
Over 76 lhs Ocl*. per tb
ToSpcnoo's Bridge, Nicola, Knvouii, Kam*
loops, Cache creek and (.'Union, 20 ois.
per |b,
To Barkerville and all   point* between
Rurkcrvlllo and Clinton ..25 cts. por lb
Ou C. O, D. nnd valuable packages one
percent, ou value In addition to ordinary
rates.
MONEY RATES
Between Victorianml Sew Westnituslvr*
:w CTS. PER $100.
Remittances Insured against all risk nt
"Lloyd's."
FRANK   14.  lUUNllth.
Manager II. C. Express Co.
FRED. HOMER, FilOKT ST.,
au2te Agent Now Westminster.
HALL'S^
Hair Renewer.
The Beit Is the Cheapest.
Safety t Economy It Certainty of Good
Results!!!
These qualities are of prime Importance In tho
selection of a preparation for tlio hair. Do not
experiment with newrcmedleswhlch nuy do
harm rather than good; but profit by tho ex-
v*cr|eiico of others, nuy and uso with perfect
confidence an at tide which everybody knows
to be good. Hall's Hair Renkweb will not
disappoint yon.
pimrAMn by
B. P. Hall & Co., Nashua, N.I*.
Sold by all Druggists.
a-TOTIQB.
NOTICE IR HEREBY GIVEN, thnt I
Intend making application to the
Chief Commissioner of Landsnnd Works
for permission to purchase 820 acres of
pastoral land in Iho osoyoos Divldlon of
tbe District of Yule, and described ns follows: Commencing at Ilie S. E. corner of
sec.:',",, TowiiMiip 8, and running thenco
North SO chains; llience West -10 chnins:
thonee South 80 chains! thenee East 40
chains, lo point of commencement.
THOS. QREENHOW.
Okanagan, B. C.,2nd July, 1SSI.    [jlyft|iu2
notToeT
Jn the Goods of the lute WILLIAM
CLARKE, deceased intestate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to the late
William Clarke are hereby required
to pay Hie amounts of snid liniclitedncss
to lhe undersigned forthwith. And all
persons having claims Against the eslale
or snid William Clarke must send In such
claims proved, ou or hefore the 201 h August, 1881.
Dated 17th July, 1881.
E, A. JENNS,
JlylOml Administrator.
NORMAN'S
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Insoles and Trasses,
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known for the Immediate relief nnd per*
manoiit euro of nervous debility, luma
hack, rheumatism, neuralgia, nil Uver,
slomnch nnd chest complaints, constipation, all diseases of the nerves, genital or-
fans and rupture. Circular unci consul talon free. A. * OR HAN.
4 Queen St. Mast, Toronto, Ontario.
Testimonial* thnt Hpealt lor TUrmselves,
Ottawa, Sept. am, 1888,
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ILK MALI BURTON.
PKTKtifioiiorou, Oct. 15tll, 188.1,
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cough and cold, relieved my head, and
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my stomach Is less sour and windy, and I
am loss troubled with distressing A vivid
dreams. I had previously tried almost all
the advertised patent medicines without
deriving any good. Yours truly.
mhlHm J.OREEN.
MUBIG
MISS E. A, JAMIESON Is prepared lo
give lessons on tlio Pianoforte ton
I ted number of pupils.   Applications
will be received nl thomnose between liic
hours nf -I and 0 o'clock i.. m., until tlie
12th Inst.
Wow Westminster, Aug. 1, 1881.     an2t2
IS HEREBY OIVEN lhat I have made
1 application to the Onlof Commissioner
of Lands and Works, 11. C, to purchase
(HU acres of pasture land si (unto In Nicula-
Kniulciops Dlst. ■
Said land lies about r, miles S. E, from
Cliapncrou Lako and extends in un easterly direction from stake No. ito stake
No. 2, HM) ehulns: tlienco Sou Hi 00 oil al lis
to slake No.;); thence West loo chains l»
stake No,-I; aud North (10 chains to starting point.
Tlio land Is hounded on Iho wosl by
easterly lino of L. Oulchou's purchased
hind, on oust liy small creek, on south bv
Upper Nicola river, and north by Crown
lands.
CM. BEAK.
Douglns Hake, Upper Ni.
June Uth, 1884.
Jiylllm:
Land Registry Ordinance* ($70.
North East, pnrt (10 acros) of Lot 307,
Group I., New  Westminster
District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE "f
Title of Daniel Ashworth to the
North East corner of tin- nbove mentioned
Lot, bearing dato the 28rd day of June,
1KS2, has been lost nnd application has
been made for a duplicate of such Cert Ill-
cute, Notice is therefore horoby given
that such duplicate will  bo issued, unless
cause be shown to the contrary In writing
within one montli from tho dale hereof.
11. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry OWoe,
Now Westminster Dlst rid,
80th July, 1881. ftUSml
-Wc Have
i Haml-
ALE and STOUT
(Quarts in Olass),
UL.
(All Brands, at Factory Prices),
HAVANA    CIGARS,
California Matches!
KYLE & TILTON,
Front St., New Westminster.
(jlySOto)
COLUMBIA STREET,
,  B. G,
-DEALERS IN-
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
Fruit and Confectionery.
Hotels and Private Families will savo
money by purchasing their supplies at
this Store ns all poods nre sold at BOTTOM PRICES.
Consignments of Fruit will receive the
strictest attention,
Orders from the country carefully attended to.
(ioods delivered iu any part of the
city free of charge.
MCDONALD    BROS.
(jlySOml)
CALEDONIAN
fl.
Fio-nsrioi
—ON—
Tuesday, 12tli August,1884
'    —AT THK—
AGRICULTURAL GROUNDS,
Now Westminster, B. 0.
FROORAMMB
UAMKS A SPORTS,
.luwiKS-Sortntoi* Mclnncn, Messrs I,nld*
law, Ross nml Rankin.
Putting tho Heavy Htone, 21 lbs $8 00
"   Iiljfht     "      1711m ll(W
Quoits,2! yards  I (Hi
Tossing (,'uber, 18 ft. long, ll Indies In
.   illiiim-irr nt butt 8 00
I'oli' Vaulting ll 00
Throwing Heavy Hummer, 18 lbs.,
bundle 3% ft 8 00
Throwing   Light   Hnmmcr,   V2 lbs.,
handle 8)4 feet * fl 00
RUNNINO A JUMWNtt,
Juimiks-G( Blaok,   Mrs, McLeod A Mc*
Hwnlu.
[No Weights allowed In .lumping.]
Running Long .lump a oo
Running Hop, Hl<-|i ami .lump 8 00
Htnndlng High .lump 8 Ou
"        t/ing    "      8 00
Running High .lump 8 00
Hurdle Knot It-ii---, ino yards il 00
» «       -8W yds, 0 hurdles.. 8 M
Old Man's Ran-, iim yards .'■ 00
Married Ladles' Race, mo yard* r- oo
Girl*'line.*, under 16 years .ioo
" " »        »   "     2 50
Wheelbarrow Itaeo r, oa
Huck Race 4 00
Loug Raen 7 00
Tug of War  I 00
IfANC'INO.
■InnoBS-Mrs. Mclnnes, Mrs. Luidlaw.aml
Mrs.  L. F. IIiiiimiii.
Highland Fling 8tl 00
(JIIHcCnllum.Hword ll-im-i- 0 00
SCOtOh Reel tf 00
Hcntrh Rc"l, for Ladies (| 00
Bent Highland dwlnmr, men fl (10
'■       lf " ladles flOO
Best 1'iper, Reel Music  8 00
"     »     Mnrcli nnd l'lhrooh 800
(JlyflOUl)
Private   School.
MJ8S ALPORT will ro-optm her Sohool
on Monday. Aiignst 18th.  Will also
be prepared to tako pupils for the Pianoforte,
New Westminster, B. (j. jlytioml
Note Lost!
NOTICE IK HlCIlI'-flY GIVEN THAT
aeerlnln iinlcUnU'd December, 1881,
given liy It. W. Deane to William Tiirn-
bull, for 850.00, bus been tost and alt pnr*
liex nre <-iiutinned ugainst. dealing in any
wise wllh or negotiating tiie same.
WM.   TURNBULL.
Dated ard July, 18SJ. jlyoiul
JUST   RECEIVED
-A Consignment of—
San Juan Lime!
"EUREKA CO.," which wo
ofl'et- nt tho
LOWEST MARKET PRICE
'}■»«•
HOMER & SON.
Columbia College!
FOR GIRLS,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
VISITIIil, Malum or Slow Mi slHil.i.lfi-,
l'ltl\< I1MI. Mlaa llnlniiiii
t'11'K.PKIM'M'.tl., Hiss li. IIjiwkoh.
Next Term lie-tins Sept. 2nd.
num. Frcneli, Music,.Drawing anil Washing extra.
APPLY TO THK PRINCIPAL,
lift \J\
SAPPERTON,
New Westminster, British Columbia.
l*ATKO\, The Marquis of Lorne.
VISITOR, The l.or-1 Blsbop nf New lVi <,(-
minuter.
THIS IH ADIOCKSANSCIIUOL for the
higher education of Roys nntl Young
Men, embracing nlso a Junior and Preparatory Department.
Fees [inclusive] per annum, $'*'.',*.. The
only extras aro for Hooks, French, Gorman and Singing.
Next term opens September 8. Apply
for prospectus to the Principal,
Jly2fltona     REV. C. .1. HltKNTON, M.A.
O.R. &N.CO.
NEW SCHEDULE!
N FUTUItl* THE STEAMER
'IDAHO"
—WILL   LEAVE—
EVERY   SUNDAY
At 1 ii. in. Leave Seallle same date at
midnight; leave Port Townsend Monday
morning nt S o'clock; arriving at New
Wi'stminsior ou Tuesday at about noon.
Returning, leave
Hew Westiniuster I Tacoma
Via lhe Islands,
EVERY   WEDNESDAY
AISa.ii).; arriving nt Tacoma Thursday
nfternoon.
Jly2Cto C. E. CLANCEY, Agent.
E. G. PRIOR,
Direct Importer nnd Dealer in
STEEL
 AND—
Agricultural
Machinery.
Hole Agent for
■taring Twine Wilder*, Buckeye Mow*
i-m. WnlHon Sulky Knkc, llnoslfr
■trill A llruailniMl Heciler,
II ay loaders,   Clinlhntii    Hiigmin,
HIitiicHotn Uiti'f Tliri'-tlii-rs, Kir.* Eli'.
Planet Tr. Cialtl-vatorB.
Government Street,
VICTORIA, B. C.
.SI
General Groceries,
Provisions,
Dry Goods,
Hats and Gaps,
Boots and Shoes,
Hardware,
Crockery,
Tinware,
-AND-
GENERAL DEALER,
Un'SLiDING.B,C,
(WW.
NOTIOE.
„N,
OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that my
wife, E. A. wane, holds my power
attorney during my absence, for the
1-"■"-- of rentt»intere8t,and the Bell-
It. W. DEANE.
ing of property, Ac
Jyll"-
LUMBER
SEMIS
SHirrecER
THE Subscribers have on
hand a large stock of
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Shingles, Shakes, Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Turned Work,
&c, &c, which they are now
selling cheap for cash.
BRICKS AND LIME,
A job lot now on hand, and will
be sold cheap.
ALSO, a quantity of Second
Class RUSTIC, FLOORING, &c, which will be sold at
bargains, as they wish to clear
up their yard.
CONTRACTORS and
others who intend building will find it to their advantage to call before purchasing
elsewhere.
ALL goods furnished during
the month arc to be paid
for on or before the 15th of the
following month (unless where
there is a special contract), as
we intend to sell cheap and keep
short accounts.
ROYAL UITY FLAW. MILLS (!(),
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Jet-ic 	
Port Moody!
To Capitalists, Investors,
Speculators, Land
Agents, &c.
THE  UNDERSIGNED
is authorized to offer for
sale in shares,
Lot 104, Group I.,
I'ort Moody, containing 130
acres, more or less. This property is centrally situated, about
ty of a mile from the Harbor
Front, at cither the Machine
Shop Reserve, the Railway
Wharf, or the end of the North
Road. It is nearly level land,
easily cleared. The North Road
runs along one side of it, and
the Clarke Road close to the
other side. The adjoining property is held at from $600 per
acre up.
PRICE $300 PER ACRE
In shares of not less than ; acres.
For Terms of Payment and
other particulars apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGENT,
Columbia St., New Westminster
(|J«0)
SECOND-HAND
PIANO
FOR SALE OR TO RENT.
jlj23tc
T. R. PKARSON 4 CO.
C. P. N. CO.JLIMITED.)
NO   CHANGE
 IN THE	
UP-RIVERSERVIOE.
QTEAMEK8 WII.B CONTINUE to leave
Q New Westminster for Hopo (culllug
aT nll wny porlslaH iimial. every WEDNESDAY nnd SATURDAY morning, at 5
o'clook.
JNO. IttVINO, THOS. I.. BIIIBQS,
Malinger.        , Agent.
 (Jyl'lc)
-THE CELEBRATED-
Acknowledged liy all Musicians to have
NO SUPERIOR
In Canada.
...OP THESE.
FINE INSTRUMENTS
Just Received from the Factory, and
now ou exhibition.
We offer those firai-cluss Organs at extremely low prices for coal). Call and
see thom.
T.R. Pearson & Co.,
Now Westminster, Sole Agents for British Colombia.
• TJAVING ESTABLISHED
A.A- immediate connection with
paper manufacturers, we ure
prepared to furnish tho various
grades of paper, put up iu quarter-ream packages and upwards,
at much cheaper rates than formerly. A test lot will provo
■ this fact. Our ptoek also of
miscellaneous bookB. with the
' usual lines of goods associated
witii book stores and stationers,
is always kept complete.
T. N. HlBBEN k CO.,
mySl-tc Gov't St., Victoria.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED AT
i.iuouy
COLUMBIA STREET
(Centrally located for convenience of
Ladies ordering}, a Market to supply the
Public with all kinds of Fresh, Salt and
Smoked
Fish,  Game,
Vegetables, Fruit,
 AND	
General Farm Produce, &c,
Where there will always be found a good
supply on hand.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF
CHARGE to private houses and hotels,
upon orders being left at the office.
We respectfully solicit tho patronage
of the Public.
ff Remember the stand—TWO Doors
below Trapp Bros.
WINDSOR k NELSON,
Managers at Market,
JAMES TAFFANDOLE,
jlyGto Manager Fishing.
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
Vumlm Capital (ll,H«,Wt
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
a home"company,
This Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-
The Security offered to policy holders Is
unsurpassed by nny Company doing business In Canada,
It has no schemes of Insurance, but tho
well-established lines, hence the polioy
holdersennnot be misled ns to thofr contracts.
Its statements to tho public enn bo readily understood, Its cash statement showing every Item of Income and how expended.
Its position lsoscertalned annually from
n detailed valuation In which every Item
of liability Is Included.     ,
ItH progress lias been unexampled In
the history of insurance In Canada.
Its policies nre Indisputable after three
years, and nonforfeitable uf ter two years-
existence.
Its profits are distributed upon nn equitable basis. The profits to ono class of
policy holders are not lessened to give
larger profits to any other class, which
method affords superior lulviuit ages over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Liberal 4'eidlilaaR m to ■tsMeaee aad
Travel.
J. K.MaoDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Agents, New Westminster.
Jo7*3ma>alternate.
NOTICE.
PN AND AFTER THIS HATE THE
Express for Yale nnd above will close
12 tu. on Mondays, Wednesdays und
Fridays. Por Victoria, Mondays, Wed*
nesdpys and Fridays al« p.m.
F. HOME It,
jeai-to Agt. Ii. (I. Ex. Co.
NOTIOB.
WE HEltEBY GIVE NOTICE THAT
we Intend making application lo
tlie Chief Commissioner of Lands tniit
Works for permission to purchase five tin-
surveyed Islands in Fruser Hlver, lying to
the south of lot 468i grptip I, and containing 150 acres, more or less.
HENRY A. HICKB.   .
JAMES MOHAN.
June 17th, 1881. je21-2n-
-fcTOTICE.
IS HEREBY GIVEN that I havo iniulo
application to the chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, at Viotoria, to
purchase 320 acres of pasture land, situate
near tho upper Nieola river, and the
Junction of C. M. Beck's creek and adjoins land sought to bo purchased by C.
M. Beak on May 28th, 1884.
The land I want commences ut Beak's
South West corner stake, from thence due
EiiRt 80 chnins to stake marked "Greaves,"
thonco due North 40 chains to stake
marked "Greaves," thenco duo West 80
chains tostakc marked "Grenves," thonco
South 40 chains' to stnrtlng point—containing 320 acres,
J. B. GREAVEH.
Douglas Luke, Juno mil, IBM.       JlyJOmS
LOOKOUT!
For this Space. It
belongs to
Real Estate Agent and Conveyancer, Port Moody, B. C.
      j.lO-to
ST. MARYS CARRIAGE
MANUFACTURING COMPANY
(iNCOHPORATEb.)
Capital,   $48,000.
A Division of HurplilH Slock   will   Inke
plitoe on
OOTOBBB 23,1884
SUBSCRIBE NOW.
SHARKS Tor BALK Hi EACH.
This Is thu best investment In the country. Send for prospectus and full particulars to
JAS. THOMPSON,       H, A. I* WHITE,
President, Soc'y-Treas.
St. Mary's, Ont.
AOENTS WAHTED.i(|B|C COMMISSION.
Westcott House!
PORT HAMMOND, B.C.
Mrs. W. S. Westcott,
PROPRIETRESS.
MRS. WESTCOTT begs to aff fiOUftce to
the travelling public that she lias
leased the hotel nt Port Hammond lately
occupied by Mrs. Sinclair, which she has
entirely rearranged nnd ucntly furnished
now throughout.'ami named as above.
The house will ue conducted strictly ns a
first-class country hotel, whore travellers
mny nt all limes depend upon finding
best nccom modal lon and pollle attendance nt reasonable prices. ;   Jyflni.t
D.
GROOERIES,
PROVISIONS,
DRY GOODS,
HARDWARE.
BOOTS & SHOES and
GENERAL DEALER,
Port Haney, B. C
M
II. DOCKSTEADER also conducts
in connection with his Store, n
Boarding House!
AND    RESTAURANT,
Where travellers can always bo acsbtrr*
modatcd witli comfortable, clean Lodgings nnd meals cooked in the vcjy best
style and consisting of every delicacy tho
market affords in ita season, at moderate
prices. j28m.l
Latest Arrivals!
-AT-
li* S S.
E1A GOLD'S:
Just Recivtd,  EX  NTH. IDAHO, »'
mngnlflccnt stook nf
From ono of tho boat luanufaotories in
tho world. These shoes embrace all tho
finer lines, and ara of a stylo and quality
NEVER   BEFORE   SEEN
Call and examine for
In thi. Provinco.
yourselves.
-AL80-
From 7li cont. to ♦.-".GO por yard.
Th. Largest Stock of
Gentlemen's Hats*
Tho but styles, and the beat value, in
the oity. ].28te ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient Advertisements.—First insertion, 8 cts. per Hue; subsequent insertions,
2 cts. perllne.
Regular Commercial and BUBluess Advertisements.— 1 column, $12 por month;
\'o col., S7 per month; ]4 col.. $4 per month;
2lnches, 82 per month; 1 inch, 51.50 per
month. Theso rates to bo charged on
standing advertisements which romaln
ovor 3 lii&iths. If for a less period the
rates will be: 1 col., 815 por month; % col.,
8l»; X col., 85; 2 Inches, 8:1; 1 Inch, $2."
Hpcchils, amomr reading matter.—First
Insertion, 10 cts. porllnej subsequent Insertions, 5 cts, nci-Mno.
lllrths, Marriages and Deaths, 81 each.
Funeral notices accompanying death notice, 50 cts. extra,
BarAll transient advertisements will be
measured by a scale of solid Nonpnrlel,
which makes 12 Hues to the Inch and 7
words lo the line. Display lines must be
allowed for in making estimates. No advertisement Inserted for less thnn 81.00.
Wu _\ritish Columbian.
Wednesday Morulas, August 0, imt.
Tho streets nnd roads aro horribly
dusty.
Friday is tho day to voto for tho
city square salo by-law.
That Indian camp near tho Royal
Oity Planing Mill lias kiatnwned.
It is bolioved tho run of salmon iu
the Fraser is practically ovor for tho
BOOBuh.
Thero aro 23 cases for tho county
court to-day, but very fow of any pun-
lie interest.
The Masons go over to Surrey this
morning to lay tho comer stono of the
new church.
Tho value of tho fish caught by Canadian fishermen during 1883 is placed at
817,000,000.
Sir M. B. Boybio, G, J., came up on
Monday, and will prosido at tho county
court to-day.
Tho city schools opened on Monday.
There were 15 pupila in attondanco nt
the high schpol.
The atr. Irving arrived from Hopo
at 11:20 Monday foronoun. This is
making good time.
Rain began to fall at 7 o'clock last
night, and it is hoped tho bush fires
will bo extinguished.
Scotchmen should remember the annual gathering which takes placo in
this city next Tuesday.
Mr. It. H. Collier is visiting this
city collecting statistics for Bancroft's
History of tho Pacific States.
The str, Idaho arrived from Tacoma
at 10 o'clock Monday night with 3 passengers and 75 tons freight. She leaves
this morning.
Attention is called to the advertisement of. Messrs. Innes Bros., who nre
prepared to take stock for tho winter
either to fatten or board.
Capt. Peolo reports the rainfall for
July 77 hundredths of an inch. Tliis
is 80 hundredths less than tho mean
for July during the last ten years.
Mr. W. H. Mixor, of the C. P.N.
Co., has committed matrimony, nnd is
now residing with his bride in this
city.   Wo beg to offer congratulations.
Mr. Geo. Turner, 0. E., (Woods &
Turner) ia laying out a town sito on hit
446, group 1, This lot belongs to Mr.
A. C. Frasur, and fronts on English
Bay.
It is reported that Mr. Van Home
will arrive in this city by the YoBemite
to-day, find that when he returns east
lie Kill go overland via Kioking-Horse
Pass.
Rev. G. B. Allen, of the Reformed
Episcopal Church, delivered a lecturo
in tho Town Hnily-Nortlt Arm, last
Friday evening. There wore nbout GO
persons present. _
Last Sunday evening the usual service in the Methodist church in this
city was withrawn, and the congregation went to the Presbyterian church
to hear the new minister, Rov. Mr.
McKay.
Kverybody on the street is talking
about Mr. J. O. Armstrong's speech at
tho meeting Monday night. Joo
wouldn't take wator from the celebrated Joe Rymal, of tho Canadian houso
of commons.
Everybody who holds real estate in
this oity Bhould vote on Friday, and
voto for tho by-law. No person who
is not assessed for real estate can voto;
tho vote will, therefore, be small, and
it is. important that every available
vote should bo polled.
The people of Burrard Inlet havo
mado arrangements to give a concert
nt Granville Hall noxt Saturday ovening for the benefit of the Nanaimo relief fund. In addition to local talent,
sevoral ladios and gentlemen from t his
city will tako part in tho programme.-
Thero aro a number of mischievous
mid vicious dogs nbout the city which
ought to havo a funeral. Many of
them belong to Indians. It is said
thoro is no municipal by-law under
which dogs call bo destroyed. If thero
is uot, thero should be, ond tho council should pass one at once.
The supplementary mail which
Bhould have gotio down by tho Yosemite lost Saturday didn't go. By
somo unaccountable blunder it was not
put on board tlio steamer, and came
back to the post office after the steamer
hod gone. Thero wero several important letters in tlio mail, and tho
delay is vory annoying.
Tho contract for removing Langloy
Prairio sohool house was let on Saturday, and wo understand that Mr.
Coghlan, of Langley, is the contractor.
It scorns to us a pity that this work
should nut havo been undertaken
earlier in tho season. School should
have opened on Monday last, but the
opening must now bo delayed for somo
weeks at least.
News for ihe Farmers.
Hay Presses and Hay Tedders substantial and cheap to bo had from tho
Albfoa Iron Works Co. Limited, Viotoria, B. C. jy0m2
Customs.—During the month of
July the collections at this port wero:
Customs, 04,284,84; other rovonuis,
9230.48; total, $4,521.32.
A Bad Fall.--Last Saturday Mr.
Clins. Williams foil from the roof of
Lundbom-8 building at Port Moody,
a distance of nbout 10 feet, and was
considerably hurt. Ho was carried to
his lodgings and placed under medical
enre.
Burned On.--List Saturday night
Doc, Foster's house on Annacis Island,
' near 'his city, caught fire and was
totally destroyed with all its contents.
Tho tire is supposed to have originated
about the house. Wo believe thero
was no insurance.
Hot,—-On Sunday tho thermometer
reached 90 in tho shade. With oue
exception this is tho highest toiupora-
ure recorded at tho observatory in this
oity. Ou the 10th July, 1877, it wont
up tn 1)2, but the days preceding and
following were comparatively cool.
We have now had a weok of extremely
hot weather.
Runaway. — Mr. Rand  took the
bridle off his horse at the harness shop
yesterday afternoon, and the animal
became frightened and started full
speed up Columbia st. In front of the
council chambers the buggy came in
contact -with a pilo of lumber, and
stopped suddenly for repairs. The
horse was captured on Lytton Square.
 ■ ■*»        '    - ■
Game Laws.—A correspondent at
Port Hammond asks whon the close
season for game expires. According
to tho amendment of 1883, the closo
season for all game ends on the lst
September. Deer and game animals
may be .shot from lst September to
10th January; grouse and land birds
from 1st September to 1st February;
ducks from lst September to lst March.
Fires.—Bush fires are raging in
every direction, und considerable
quantities of eordwood have been
burnt. On Monday it was reported
that Port Moody was threatened with
complete destruction, but tho only
damage done there was tho burning of
a Chinaman's tent, and a quantity of
standing timber. Yestorday there wore
signs of rain, and a shower would be
must gratefully receivbd.
■   ■   ■*»	
Presentation.—The local govornmont have purchased a massive silver
watch and chain for presentation to
Mountain, the Indian chief at Green*
ville, Naas river, who sont members of
his tribe to pack for tho expedition
whioh captured the murderer of Yeomans, Supt. Roycroft says that but
for Mountain's influence in behalf of
the party, tho expedition must have
failed. Worth should be rewarded,
even if tho possessor is only an Indian.
—Colonist,
—■■•*»—	
Lumber Orders.----It is known that
for somo time Iho lumber business at
Burrard Inlot has been exceedingly
doprossed. Both mills wero shut
down nnd the logging camps wero being
closed. On Friday the last logging
camp of the Moodyville Mill was
broken up, and tho oxen wore turned
out to pasture. On Saturday morning
the mill received orders for sevon shiploads of lumber, and now the loggers
nre boing sont out again, and the mill
is being put in ordor for lively times.
Two ships have also arrived at Hastings Mill.
         ■»»
Dullness in San Francisco.—A recent number of Iho Chicago Herald
snys: San Francisco seems to be on the
verge of a business collapse. A privato
letter from there from an old resident
and a shrewd observer, says: Thia city
is getting worse and worse for business.
Too many railroads have killed it. All
the Oregon and Washington Territory
business has gone to tho Northern Pacifio road, nnd all the Arizona and
southern California trade buys east instead of in San Franoisco. The Oregon
steamers all go to Portland crowded
with Cnlifominns looking for busineaa
nnd new openings to escape from this
place,
 ■» ... ...
: For Alaska.—Hon. Mr. Justice
Miller, of the U. S. Supreme court,
who, with Mrs, Miller and daughter
was at the Driai-d for several days,
sailed on tho Ancon for Alaska last
evening. Justice Miller, who Is a
member of tho highest judicial body
in the neighboring republic, and a
gentleman of acknowledged ability,
in company with Col. Stevens, U. S.
Consul, visited tho supreme court
room on Thursday and was invited
to a seat on the bench with Chief Justice Sir M, R. Begbie, nnd Justices
Crease, Gray and Walkem. Aftor
remaining about half-an-hour the distinguished gentleman took leave of his
learned brothurii.—Colonist of Saturday.
- - ■ - *•» ■ ■ -—
Police Court.- On Monday morning two drunks received the usual penalty. A Chinaman camo up charged
with supplying liquor to Indians,
Thero wore two Indian witnesses, who
Sroved that John took $1 from en In-
iau, procured a bottle of liquor in a
Chineso storo, and gavo it to the Indian. John didn't deny it, but complained thnt ho only mndo two bits oqt
of tho transaction. Ho was sont down
to ths chaingang for 3 mos. It was
stated in court that these Chinese
houses handle an immense quantity of
liquor, and that a large portion of it is
sold to tho Indians. They pay uo
license. YeBterday two Indians were
fined $5 each for being drunk, and a
Chinaman got one month for stealing
apples out of Mr. Blackie's garden.
 *.	
Kicking Horse.—Under date July
Kith, an intelligent and reliable correspondent writes a lotter to a gentle
man in this city, from whioh we aro
permitted to extract tho following:
There nro at present upwards of 4,000
employed ou the C, P. R. works here,
but the manager informs me thore
will soon bo me or six thousand. I
beliovo tho mineral discoveries hero
aro of immense value. Thero are, I
am told, millions of tons of on (galena) in sight, and also veins of free
milling gold quartz, assaying from
$17 to 824 por ton. Theso aro situated about 35 miles from Kicking
Horse crook, and within fivo milea of
tho Columbia river. Claims to' tho
extent of 17,000 feet havo been taken
up on uno ledge of galena, whioh assays from $12 to $20 ber ton. There
nro a number of old Colorado minors
horo who say this is a wonderful country for minerals, and that thousands
of minors will como to it noxt year.
For myself, I feel confident that then
is a bright future in store for this part
of British Columbia.—Volunitt.
Iho curative powor of Ayer's arsa-
parilla is too well known to require the
specious aid of any exaggerated or fictitious certificate. Witnesses of its
marvelous euros are to-day liviug In
every city and hamlet of the land.
Write for names if you want home
evidence.
From the Interior.
Lytton, Aug, L—A bad outting affair has just occurred at Black Canon,
Jim Hunter, a laborer, cut James
Manson, a trader, in the back and
abdomen. Manson is likely to die tonight. Assailant Is pushing towards
the bonier, A constable and Indians
aro in pursuit. Hunter has been caught
nnd is in gaol, Manson, it ia hoped,
will recover.
Kamloops, Aug. 2,—Two Indians
attempted to capture Ahieshiru near
Pentiotou. night beforo hut. Five
shots wero exchanged at close quarters;
but Ableshiro escaped it) the darkness,
If not wounded hu fa now across the
boundary lino via Colville. Government have sent a description of the
murderer to tho authorities of Washington territory and offer a reward of
1300 for his apprehension.
Tlie Sale By-law.
PUBUC MEITINO IN THE DRILL SHED.
Incompliance with a requisition presented to the mayor on Saturday, a
publio meeting was held- in the Drill
Shed on Monday night to discuss the
proposed scheme for selling the publio
squares. Then was a large attendance
of citizens. Mr. Jas. Cunningham,
M.P.P., occupied the chair, aud Sergt.
MoMurphy acted as secretary. A number of speakers addressed the meeting
at considerable length, both for and
against the by-law, but wc must content ourselves with a mere summary of
the points made. The first speaker
was
The Chairman, who gave a brief out-
lino of tho steps which had been taken
towards securing the construction of a
branch railway to this city. He was a
member of the company who procured
the charter, and their purpose was not
to mako money out of the franchise,
but to provide the means for securing
railway connection. He had no doubt
the company would surrender tho char*
ter to any corporation undertaking to
construct the road, but he thought
they were fairly entitled to receive
what the charter had cost, which was
between 8500 and 8000. Ho nnd some
other members of the company had
that day signed an agreement to that
effect, but they found one member who
refused to sign. Ho was in favor of
selling the squares and constructing
this line. The council had not received
any offer to build it, but had mado an
offer of 850,000 bonus to tho syndicate.
He thought the members of the council had shown themselves to be concerned for the best interests ot the
city, and ought to receive public confidence and support in this scheme.
Mr. D. S, Curtis said,the opposition
seemed to havo sprung up among persons who were largely interested in
Port Moody. He himself owned some
Port Moody lots, but he was a citizen
of New Westminster and would not
allow hia outside interests to interfere
with his action in this matter. The
by-law had been framed in tho interest of tho oity, and if it was defeated
he believed we would have reason to
regret such a result. Tho squares were
of no publio use and were very unsightly. He hoped the citizens of New
Westminster would lay aside their differences and embrace the opportunity
now presented of get tin? railway connection.
Mr. Wm. Johnston said he was one
of the deputation sent to Victoria to
assist in passing a bill which would
enable us to soil these squares. They
had been successful, and he was heartily in favor of the proposal contained in
the by-law.
Sheriff Armstrong said he was iu
favor of selling a portion of the
squares, but ho was opposed to the bylaw as it now stood. There was no
guarantee that the money would be
applied to the object contemplated.
Ho did not think the bill under which
the by-law had been framed ever contemplated such a sale. The proper
way would have been to wait until
Borne proposition waa mado to build
the railway. Then let the council submit a by-law authorizing the sale of
sufficient property to meet the conditions of that proposition. When they
wanted more, let them submit a new
by-law. In thia way the people would
have a complete check upon tho council. Under the present by-law they
might sell the whole property and do
what they pleased with the proceeds..
Ho would favor the postponement of
tho sale until we had a proposal bofore
us, and until a proper by-law could bo
framed and submitted. Then was no
need for haste. He nad a motion pre*
pared for him asking for a postponement.
Mr. Dole followed in opposition to
the by-law, and atated that while he
was in favcr of the railway he wob not
willing to surrender tho wholo matter
into the hands of the council. Our
present council might be worthy of all
confidence, but their successors might
not, and it was not good policy to
place before them such a powerful
temptation as this large sum of money
might, be. He objected to the by-law
because in his opinion it went beyond
the intention of tho legislature. He
thought only part of the property
should be sold at a time, and then
wero certain pieces included iu the
salo to which he objected altogether.
He was surprised that the council
should ask the citizens to accept blindly such an arrangement.
Tho noxt speaker waa Senator Mclnnes who said ho had been one of the
first to agitate for the sale of tho public squares, and he was still in favor
of that scheme. But he was most
decidedly opposed to the by-law, because it did not specify how the money
was to bo spent. The proposal to bring
a branch railway to this city, he believed, was part of a cunning scheme
gotten un by a miserable ring in Victoria. We wero asked to give 150,000
to bring tho road as far as tho Brunette, and thon there was a syndicate
at Victoria who would carry it down to
Coal Harbor. This city would be swept
out of existence, and wo wore asked to
pay tho ring for crushing us. In proof
of liis statement he read an extract
from Tub Columbian in which it was
stated that this city would occupy a
bettor position on the main line than
if it had a branch. This, in his opinion, was remarkably absurd, He denounced tho Viotoria ring in unmeasured terms, and intimated that if the
by-law wore amended to suit his views
ho would support it.
Mr. J. C, Armstrong made ono of
the most remarkable speeches probably
over heard in this city. He wai thoroughly in favor of tho by-law, and his
speech from beginning to ond waa brim
full of wit, sarcasm and sound logic.
It is one of those speeches which cannot be reported unless verbatim, and
we shall merely say that it was ono of
the best speeches we ever heard und
was received with tho most enthusiastic
demonstrations of approval,
Mr. W. D. Ferris, Mr. Jas. Kennedy
and Mr, D. Robson made < brief
speeches, and Senator Mclnnes and
Sheriff Armstrong wero on the floor a
great many times. The resolution of
postponement moved by the sheriff
found no favor with the meeting.
Then were two resolutions passed:
One requesting the council not to sell
the pleasure grounds in front of the
Crescent, and another in favor of the
by law. Theso resolutions were carried almost unanimously.
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succeeds when all other medicines fall.
A cure is warranted.
Maple Ridge Council.
Council met on the 2nd August. All
members -present. A bill for the refund
of license fee for liquor licenses granted
in March, 1883, was rejected. Path-
masters were appointed as follows: Beat
No. 1, Samuel Robertson; No. 2, Hector
Ferguson; No. 3, William Parkinson;
No. 4, John Fitzpatrick; No. 5, George
Swan; No, C, William Hampton; No. 1
John McKenney; No. 8, John Callaghan
No. 9, Noble Oliver; No.' 10, Joseph
Mighton. The clerk was instructed to
sond a list to the pathmosters of the
work required to he dono in the several
beats, and also to inform them that all
road work must be completed beforo the
first of October. The road committee
of ward No. 2 was authorized ♦ call for
tenders for the construction of a road
across part of Pitt Meadows, and also
for t':e construction of a road through
the land slide. The clerk was instructed
to apply to the government for $">00 for
road across Pitt Meadows, and $500 for
central section line, township 12. Mrs.
Sinclair's bill of $5 for supplies to the
Council was ordered paid. Council
adjourned.
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The Ontario Boundary.
London, Kng., July 23,— At the opening of the Ontario Boundary caso before
the "judicial committee of tho privy
council, yesterday, Hon. Mr. Mo-vat
proceeded with his argument in reply to
Messrs. McCarthy and Robinson, counsel for Manitoba. At the conclusion of
his address the judicial committee stated
they would present a report to the Queen
in Council on the wholo case, but intimated that thoy would recommend a
boundary practically the same as tlmt
awarded by the Canadian arbitrators.
Toronto, July 23.-—Respecting the
result the Globe says; -'Under her Ontario rulo this territory will be opened
up and filled with free holders whose
trade will build up'her oities. The expansion of her limits nuans tho consolidating in the center of tho confederation
of a powc.ful proviuce containing homogenous millions of producers whoso interests wilt always he on the side of just
and economical government and low taxation. Her victory sounds tho death-
knell of Tory mismanagement iu this
country.
The Matt has tha following special
cable: "Arguments in the boundary cose
beforo the judicial committee ot tiio
privy council wero concluded to-day and
decision was given on ono of the points
submitted. The decision is that the
south-western boundary of Ontario is at
the north-west angle of Lake of the
Woods. Tho committee have mado no
announcement as to how the lino will
run from that point, but probably it will
only run as far as tho northern boundary of Manitoba. On that point nnd on
the question es to tho northern boundary
tho committee will report its further decision to Her Majesty.
Ottawa, July 23.—Speaking of the
privy council judgment m the boundary
case, this afternoon, Hon. Wm. McDougall said the news gave him great satisfaction, not only as an Ontario man, but
as confirming bis preliminary reports on
the question in 1671, as well as tlie
opinions he had always entertained and
expressed. In his lecturo on the subject
here last winter he stated that the federal parliament was in honor bound to accept the award of the arbitrators, as it
was tiw-'tiiM inutauce on record where
the engagements of one government liad
beon repudiated by its successors. He
had, ue^er.,regarde<t the award aa legally
binding, amply because the Dominion
parliament had refused to ratify it, and
ho believed the weight of legal opinion
agreed with him on that point. All the
testimony went to show that tho truo
leal boundary was a1 lino drawn from
tl north-west angle of tiie Lake of the
Woods to a point where tiie boundary
line between Quebec and Ontario touches
the shore of James' Bay. That wus the
decision of tho arbitrators, but at suggestion ot Col. Dennis, representing the
Dominion government, tho Albany River
boundary was adopted, tho difference as
regards territory^ being slight and tho
natural boundary being more convenient
for all purposes, Tho present decision
will be useful, Mr, Maodotigall says, in
disposing forever of the absurd plea set
up by Tory organs and orators that the
western boundary of Ontario was a lino
drawn duo north from the junction of
tho Ohio and Mississippi rivers. Tiie
various boundaries set up by Mr. Dawson, M. P., aro also sottled. Mr. Mac-
dougalt thinks it is possible that to dispose of the matter finally the privy
council may advise that an act defining
Ontario's northern and western limits
shall be passed by tho Imperial parlia-
by tho French transport Sarthio, to
tho port of Toulon. At first the disease
was of the type medically classed as
"benign," but its malignity haa, since
increased by its further diffusion and
development under (lie influence of
the hot weather. In compliance with
instructions from the department this
consulate has ascertained from officers
that no emigrants liavo recently loft
either Toulon or Marseilles by sea for
the United States. It should be added,
however, that fow emigrants for American ports ever embark hore, as tho
steamers leaving Marseilles usually
touch at one or more Mediterranean
Btations before leaving their final point
of departure nnd emigrants usually go
to this ultimate point of departure to
embark for the United States. It is
therefore respectfully suggested that
all vessels bringing emigrants, or baggage, to tho United States from Bordeaux, Havre, La Kochelle, or any
other French port, not yet declared infested, should be subjected upon their
arrival, to the most careful sanitary
regulations. Clean bills of health have
beon refused at this consulate to all
vessels clearing for porta of tho United
States sinco June 25th, and nono such
will bu granted.
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constipation hy unlocking the secretions
and regulating tho glandular systenr.
A Certain Result.—If your blood is
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thoroughly cleanse the blood and eradicate all foul humors from the system.
Tbe Plague.
Washington, July 31.— The Secretary of Stato received from Consul
Mason a long report on the cholera
epidemic now prevailing at Toulon and
Marseilles. He says, in a part of it:
"Both Marseilles and Toulon suffered
terribly in tho last cholera epidemic.
During the nine years elapsed since
then Marseilles has boon, in many important respects, almost rebuilt. Her
pavements, her sewerage system, her
water supply, and the methods of
cleaning tho streets, removing uL'ht
soil, inspecting and regulating the
markets, her quarantine regulations
and hospital facilities nro nearly all
probably unsurpassed in excellence by
those of any European or American
city. The old quarters of tho city of
ancient Marseilles, which were scourged
so sharply by tbo plague iu former
centuries, has been pierced with broad
avenues. Streams of pure water flow
down tbo gutters of the narrow streets
and alleys, aud tho pavements of the
principal thoroughfares are washed and
swept with a euro und frequency, which
leaves nothing t<> be desired. Ah thero
is no tide to maintain circulation in
tho sen water through the unclosed
ports, tho inevitable result is that the
water grows foul and pestilent. The
aame conditions unmitigated by equally
vigorous sanitary measures prevail at
Toulon, and it is thought it was tho
dredging of tho disused docks there
during tho months of April and May
whieh developed (he seeds of the presont epidemic. In spite of this a number of deaths occurred iu the elennest
portions of Marseilles. Tho attack of
cholera this yoar is fnr more vigorous
and fatal than in the great epidemic 10
years ago, and all present indications
!ioint to a summer of gloom and suffer-
nv for the peoplo of Toulon and Marseilles. All that energy and liberality
eould perform, all that sanitary science
could suggest haa boon dono, but the
pestilence is here and defies restraint.
The present situation may bo summarized as follows: Tho epidemic which
now prevails in Marseilles and Toulon
is Asiatic cholera, imported boyond all
reasonable doubt from Saigon, China,
NEWS FBOM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Canton, Miss., July 22.—At West
Point, on the Canton, Aberdeen k Nashville railroad, a few days ago, whilo
boring an artesian well, the workmen
struck a poplar tree several feet in diameter at a depth of 550 foot, The wood
is in a perfect state of preservation.
Constantinople, July 31.—The son
of the British consul at Rodesta has
been captured by brigands who demand
a ransom of £7,000.
Suakim, July 31.— The rebels attacked
Suakim lost night in great force. They
lost four men killed nud had several
wounded. Thermometer registered 1*20
in the shade, and many sunstrokes have
occurred among the troops,
Londos, Aug. 1.—A Times dispatch
from Foo Chow, dated July 31st, says
that China has refused to pay the indemnity demanded by France. The time
granted to China by France to decide
upon the matter has been prolonged beyond August ht. A secret edict has
been issued ordering Chinese not to mo-
lost foreigners. French civilians and
mandarins, however, assert that the
lives of foreigners nre not safe. The
Knglish flag-ship is landing sailors to act
in defense of foreigners in Foo Chow.
Tiie China Merchants' fleet was sold to
an American for 5,250,000 taels, nearly
$7,300,000. War is to all appearances
imminent.
Van Burks, Tex., Aug. 1.—About
50 Apaclte Indian? are encamped on tlie
ranch of A. It. Cox, seven miles from
this station and fifteen miles from Sierra
Blanco. The Indians broke trom their
reservation at Fort Sinton, New Mexico,
aud are on the war path, stealing and
killing horses. Serious trouble is apprehended. At 11 o'clock to-night Captain
Mc.Murray and his company of state
rangers left Murphyville for this place
by a special tram over the Texas Pacific
railroad. It is probable that troops from
Fort Davis will be ordered in pursuit.
Berlin, Aug. 1.—Tho Gazette states
that the Czar has abandoned his contemplated visit to Copenhagen in conso-
quenca of a warning given to tho St.
Petersburg police that delegations of
Nihilists unit Anarchists at Pans nud in
Switzerland had gone to Denmark and
were concerting another attempt ou his
life.
London', Aug. 2,—Ou nu appeal from
the Jews of Jerusalem the Sultan lias
permitted the sale of part of the Mount
of Olives which contains the graves of
the prophets Hagqni, Jeremiah and
Malachi.
Londos, Aug. 2.—Mark Lane Express
says the change of weather brought brilliant summer days which brought a literally tropical harvest, The harvest is
rapidly proceeding.
London, Aug. 2.—Bi the house of
commons this afternoon Gladstone announced the failure of the Egyptian conference to arrive at any conclusion, and
the conference after a brief session adjourned sine die without arriving at any
agreement. This is regarded tantamount
to dissolution.
London, Aug. '1.—Tlio government
have resolved upon a large reduction in
the forces in Ireland. Gladstone met
delegations to-day who wero unanimous
in tlieir views respecting prospective
changes iu tho Egyptian policy and the
necessity of afresh loan; but England
and Franco differed irreconcilably respecting charges and receipts. trance
refused to consent to nny diminution of
dividends payable under the law of liquidation plan which did not provide fer
necessary changes of financial poit y.
The French plan, Gladstone said, would
Koduce financial confusion in Egypt,
o expressed the hope that the idea that
tho- government hal ever proposed to
constitute au international control similar
to dual control might be altogether dismissed. The conference hns adjourned
indefinitely and the govornmont had no
proposals to submit to the house. The
Anglo- French agreement had ceased to
bo in force, and England's responsibility
in Egypt has been greatly increased", It
lias been decided to establish military
pigeon stations at ull army centres homo
nnd nbroad,
PpilTSMOUTUi Aug, 2.—The Grooly relief s«j ii in I run leaves for New York Thos?
day night. Greely sat under the trees
in town for an hour with Iim wife, mother
and children around liim, while he con-
versed with Gen. Tngen, He wasgasod
on with great interest by tlm vast crowd
around tlie house. To a reporter Greely
stated thut ho w ns feeling better than nt
anytime since the.rescue; Suld lie: "I
am about as hnppy ns any man could pos-
sihly be, the only drawback being the
memory of the seventeen who are not
here to enjoy the fruits of their courage
and devotion.'* Sergeant Bmincrd, in
■joiiveimitiou witli a reporter, said the
party did not sutler much on tho journey
down from Lady Franklin Bay. They
had hut littlo inconvenience from the
cold. "It was when we began to starve
that we began to sutler," said he. When
tlio reporter asked liim if the Greely party
could have gone still further nortii than
they did, Sergeant Brninerd replied that
it would have been very difficult. "A
ship," said he, "certainly could not have
gone further north. The ice would open
uud close so rapidly thnt a vessel would
surely have been nipped and crushed.
Had a pussage further north been attempted tlio same conditions," he said
"would prevent sledding going northward, because where ice was opening so
visions had been landed at Cape Sabine
by one of the former rescuing expeditions,
he replied, smilingly, '•Well, if the men
who died had had enough to eat, they
would not have starved to death. The
greatest loss to the expedition was when
the Esquimau died, lie was able to get
game food for ua that we had not tlie
strength or knowledge to get for ourselves." When tho reporter asked the
survivors if they believed another expedition would be sent to tlie Arctic, one
and all replied: "Yes, and we are ready
to go with them, and could start to-morrow, if necessary." All of them look
strong and healthy.
Great Excitement.—There is always
groat excitement in case of sudden accident und injury. Every one should be
prepared for an emergency. Hagyard's
Yellow Oil is the reliable friend in need;
it is for fnternal and external use, curing Burns, Scalds, Bruises, Lameness,
Croup, Sore' Throat, Rheumatism and
painful affections and wounds.
  s opitu .
whether future Arctic expeditions- would
succeed in finding tho North Pole, Sergeant Brainerd suid ho did not believe
that would bB accomplished. "Nor do I
beliovo,'- ho Baid, "that any explorer will
ever reach a higher latitude than the
Greely expedition did." Sergeant Brainerd also stated that the erow woro comfortably situated while at Lady Franklin
liny, there being plenty of provisions,
coal and everything thoro that wns wanted, When asked whether tho party
would have reached home safely if pro-
YESTERDAY'S   DESPATCHES!
(Special to the Columbian.)
San Francisco, Aug. 4.—The Canadian commission appointed to tako testimony regarding Chineso Immigration to
this country, left this morning on the
steamship Mexico for Victoria. They
propose returning east via the Northern
Pacific. The members of the commission were entertained last evening at tne
Union Club by Mr. E. Spellsbury, a
prominent lawyer of tliis city. Several
Hidges of the supreme court were also
present, and many of the leading lawyers
and merchants.
London, Aug. 4.--Towards the close
of the Egyptian conference Waddington,
French embassador, asked a vote to be
taken. Granville declared that what*
ever the vote might be England, iu rejecting the French proposals, resumed
entire liberty to act alone. Ooiint Von
Minuter, German representative, then
intimated that Germany remained passive; and tho Austrian and Bussian representatives adopted the same attitude,
Waddington proposed that the confer*
ence adjourn until October. Granville
refused to agree to this, claiming tliat lie
had a right to call the conference whenever the emergencies of the situation
required such action.
Paris, Aug. 4.—Tlirf Republique Fran-
raise, commenting upon the extensive
chain of English fortresses from Aden
to Purim, says Great Britain is forming
a naval cordon from Port Said to Aden
and has taken practical possession of the
highway of the east in violation of treaties. The RepuUiqtte Fmncaise claims
to have information from trustworthy
sources that the Italian government lias
not permitted English operations to pass
unnoticed, The cabinets at Rome and
Paris, the writer declares, must take
mcuns to inform England of tliese treaties.
London, Aug. i.—The str. Diono,
from London for Middleborough, was
sunk in a collision on the Thames; 17
persons drowned. Advices from Assuam
state that a refugee merchant just arrived there reports that the storming of
Berber on the 8th June was attended
with very severe fighting and many casu
alties on both sides. Tlie rebels built s
wall against General Gordon, whose
steamers captured several of their boats
laden with provisions. According to
latest dispatches the Mahdi is now fighting the negro tribes around Geb-el-Ga&e,
who refused to join him. It is asserted
that he dispatched a force to Khartoum
under orders to take Genoral Gordon
alive or dead. He ordered the wells between Koorsko and Berber to be filled
up. The sultan of Zanzibar lias sent a
message to Gordon inviting him to Zanzibar.
Quebec, Aug. 4. — Not withstanding
the quarantine regulations promised
from Ottnwa, passengers from steamships
continue to arrive here without detention at Gross Island. The public are
quite alarmed on the subject, particularly iu view of the appearance of cholera at Cardiff.
London, Aug. 4,—Gladstone stated in
the commons to-day that he would ask
tho house to-morrow to vote a credit of
£300,000 for the expedition to relieve
Gen. Gordon. Ho will at the same time
make a statement of the steps the gov
eminent propose to take in consequence
of the failure of the Egyptian conference.
Paris, Aug. 4.—One section of tho
Paris press demands the recall of Waddington, French ambassador at London,
author of the Anglo-French agreement
which was defeated in the Egyptian con*
ference. It is reported Waddington
offers to resign. Figaro, referring to the
subject, says Waddington's successor
must display greater energy against the
spread of English power. French and
English interests" are now completely
opposed, and a conflict is inevitable in
the near future, Tho rupture in the
conference, the paper says, is a grave
enough event, but it hopes it will not
havo to announce that the latent conflict
has passed to open hostilities. La He-
publlqite Fi-nnmise maintains that although the agreement had lapsed England hnd admitted the claims of France
to a special right in Egypt. France, the
paper says, must vindicate her rights.
Englnud hns not evicted Fmnce from
Egypt. England's asserted frccedom
and power of action are delusive.
London, Aug. 5.—Sir Hugh Childers,
chancellor of the exchequer, Is going to
Egypt ou a .special mission connected
with Egyptian linnnecs, clothed with extensive (lowers,
Fer str. Idaho, from Tacoma, Aug. 5—
A Corran. A M Herring, A McBride. A
Burns, Burns A Co, Chas Mclntyre, VQ
Mujor, C McDouough, D McPhuden, Dfi
Curtis A Co, F Elcknoff, Homer A Son,
Jus Cunningham & Co, J C Henderson,
KyloA Tllton, r. Gold. McDonald Bros,
Pinchbeck 4 Lyne, Held 4 Hudson, Trapp
Bros, T It Pearson A Vo, IT Nelson, Velth,
Borelnnd A Co, W R Austin, Wm Rue.
PAHHEirans.
Per ,str. Irvini
[rs Cawley, Mn -n-i-vmnuu, _.     	
ery, Dr McLeod, Messrs M J Murphy, .
Chadsey, C Walkor, B 8 Adams, Clits-
liolm. Punch, Stoves, Multrio, a C Carter,
Hnwllngson. Wai-d, 8 LeiKer, McMullen,
J Ibhotson, v W Carleton, JII McDonald,
A Ransom, De Bollvllle, Bcrunton and II
others.
Per str. Yosemite. from Viotoria, Aug.
4-Mrs and M1.sk Carleton, Misses Dickinson, Miss Clute, Sir M B Begbie, Messrs
J A Clarke, QltNon, Charlton, Chandler,
Knap, Gannon, Johnston, Lyons, Carrol,
Hhaw, Reid, und others.
Per str. Idaho, from Tacoma, Aug. 5—
Messrs H Owens, R Shephard, T Butler.
Business fair.
Tho following Business Directory con*
tains only the names of persons whose advertisements appear In the Columbian.
It will be found convenient and useful te
new-comers and persons wishing to Uo
business in this city. The names are given in alphabetical order:
Physicians.
Dr. Bentley McKenzie Street
Dr. Cooper Church Street
Dr. Clieudle (Dentist) Columbia street
Drs. MacLeod A MacBwaln...Columbia Bt
Dr. Mathers....
Dr McGulre...
Dr, Trew	
 Front street
 Olinton
 McKeuj-ie Street
MARRIED.
MIXER-.IONES.-At St. John's Church,
Victoria, on the 80th July, by the Rev.
Percival Jenns, W. H. Mixer, of tbe
C. P. N. Co., to Lucy It, Jones, niece of
the late B. B. Redding, of Ban Francisco, Cat.
pEFOKNED EPISCOPAL Church
Rev. O. B. Allen, Pnstor.  Services in
Court House every Sunday at 11 a. m.
and 7 p. m.   Sunday School at 19 a. m.
All are Invited, Je7-tc.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary Bt.
Rev. C. Watson, Pastor. Services at
11a. m. and 7p.m. Sunday School and
Bible Glass 2::j|) p. in,    Prayer Meeting on
Hon: iNHoPKVll.LR.—Mrs. MeArthur,
of Hnpcvillc, declares she could not
keep house without Hagyard's Pectoral
Balsam. It Is/a remedy in which the
sufferer may safely hope for speedy relief mul etl'sotual cure of Coughs, Honrse-
net-:-, Bronchial Throat nml Lung
Trouble*, which ncgloeted eud in hope-
less consumption.
An Indian legend declares thut the
tiinu wns when Tulare Lake, California, did not exist. As tho lako is now
rapidly drying up and exposing adobe
Willis, stone instruments, nnd other
relies of men who certainly did not
live under water, it may turn out that
the Indian legend is n truo one.
Proof Positive.—If you sudor from
twin iu the region of the shoulders,
Iioud ache, invguinr bowels, faintuess,
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Dated 17th July, tm.
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Land Registry Ordinance, 1870,
Lot 46, Oroup I., Yale Division of
Yalo District.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE of
W Title of Daniel Ashworth to the
atiove-mentloned Lot, bearing date the
12th Uny of Febninry, 1881, has been lost
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BARGAINS
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2, Surrey; I«0 aeros; 80 acres pralnej 80
alder bottom; within '_% miles of New
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Elghtv aeres, nortii}-, at Northeast % of
section fl, township 2. with rond running
through to Mud Bay; o miles from Now
Wet minster; aider bottom, with llr to
south.  To bo sold at n bargnln.
J. Roseau's Ranch, Luugtey; lot 32ft,
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sion, 1448 aeres of ns good Innd as there Is
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near the lino of the C. P. R.; hnsonesmall
house thereon. This Is a rare chance for
one or more parties desirous of getting a
largo fnrm, for dairy purposes especially.
Northwest \ of section 0, township 4; 100
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of improvements.
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and 200 under fence; good dwelling house
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(Continual.)
It gavo a momentary eaao to tho
clerk's mind to think that perhaps this
was what Mr. Vornon must mean. He
itiUHt havo known for some time how
badly things wero going, and whVcould
tell that tho sudden expedition of
which ho had mado so little, only saying, when he left tho hank the dny before, "I shall not be hore to-morrow."
who could toll that it waa not to help
to surmount tho crisis thnt he had gone
away? Rule turned toward hia own
house under the solace of this thought,
feeling that nohow it was better to
j*ot a uight'a rest, and be strong for
whatever was to happen to-morrow.
It would be a miserable to**narrow if
Air. Vernon did not bring help. Not
only the bank that would go, but bo
many men with familiea that would be
thrown upon tlio world — flou* help
them! and that money which stood to
his own credit, that balance of which
two or three days before he had
been so proud, to see it standing in
his name on those well-kept, beautiful books! All this hanging upon the
chance that Mr. Vernon might have
gone to town to get money! No, ho
could not go in, and sit down ut the
peaceful table where Mrs. Rule perhaps would be hemming a cambric
ruffle for his shirt, or plaiting it delicately with her own fingers—a thing
no laundress could do to please har—
and the children learning their lessons.
He felt sure that he could not rest; he
would only make her anxious, nnd
why should she be made anxious as
long as he could keep it from her. It
is difficult to s.iy how it wus that the
first suggestion of n now possibility
took hold of Mr. Rule's mind. He
turned away when he, wus within a
stone's throw of hia own house, say
ing to himself that he could not go in,
that it waa impossible, and walked
in the opposite direction, where he
had not - gone far until he came in
flight of the bank, that centre of ao
many years' hard wurk, that pride of
Redborough. and af evetybouy connected with it. Vernon's! To think
that ruin should be possible, that so
dark a shadow could hover over that
Bucred place. What would old Mr.
Vernon have snid, he who received it
from his father and handed it down,
always flourishing, always prosperous,
to—uot to hts son. ]f hia son had
lived, the eldest one, not he who had
gone wrong, but the eldest, who was
John too, called after his grandfather,
he who was tlie father of— It waa at
this poiut that Mr. Rule came to a
dead stop, aud then after a pause
wheeled right round, and without saying another word to himself walked
straight up Wilton Streot, which, ai
everybody knows, waa quite out of his
Way.
!?!$ fnther of— Yes, indeed, and
that was true! The recollection which
called forth this fervor of affirmation
was a pleasant one. All the youth
of Redborough at one time had been
in love with Catherine Vernon. The
bank-clerks to a man adored her.
When ahe used to come nnd 'go with
her grandfather—and she did so Constantly, bringing him down in the
ihi.Vhing in her pony carriage, calling
.for him iii' thei afternoon,running in
in the middle nf the day to1 (fee that
the old gentleman had taken his biscuits nnd his wine- sho walked over
their hearts as she crossed the outer
offlco, but so lightly, so smoothly, that
thii heitris were only thrilled, not
cfitshed, by her footfall, so firm and
Sivift, but so airy as it was. She
knew thein all iu the oflico, and would
give her hand to the head clerk, and
. send a friendly glance all round, unaware of the harm she was doing to the
hapless young men. But, after all, it
Wai not hurm.- It waa rt generous'love
they felt for her, like the love of chivalry for a lady unapproachable. That
young princess was not for them. None
of them grew mad with foolish hopes,
but they thought of her ns they never
thought of any one else. Mr. Rule
Was at the end of Wilton Street, just
where it meanders out toward tlie
edge''of the common, before he took
httjfith, ttrid'liegan Vo nsk himself what
Misa Vernon could do'for hmV. Was
tint one lady enough to appeal to? She
whom he had already seen had nothing
for htm—no help, no udvice, not n
Suggestion Wen. ■' And yet Bhe was*
ifcuru closely ■connected with the bank'
tffeu Gathering Vernon, wiib hiiU disappeared from alt visible connection
With it at her grandfather's death, 'notwithstanding tliat a great deal of her
money was in it, and that ahe had, in
fact, a right to be consulted as a partner. So it had been settled, it waa
said, by the old than in his will. But
alio had never,'ah far as anybody knew,
taken1 up thia privilege. She had never
coWe-to the bank, noi-given a sigu of
iVaVttig any- 'kctlye interest in it.
What, 'then, oouttl' she be expected to
(To? What could she do even if she
wished to help them! Mr. Rule was
aware that there wus no very cordial
fooling between hor couain'u house uud
hers. They were friends, perfectly
good friends, but they were not cordial. While he turned over these
thought! in hia mind, however, ho
walked on steadily and quickly, without the loast hesitation in his stop.
There waB even a sort of exhilarated
oxcituinent iu him, a sentiment quite
different from that with which he had
been disconsolately straying about, uud
painfully turning over possibilities, or,
rather, impossibilities. Perhaps it wna
u half-romantic pleaaure in the idea of
speaking to Miss Vernon again, but
really there was something beside that,
a sense of satisfaction in finding a
new and capable mind to consult with,
nt least, if no more.
Miss   Vernon  lived   in   the house
which her grandfather had lived in and
hia father before him.   To reach it
you Imd to mnke your way through
thu delta of little (treats into which
Willon street ran, and across tho corner of the common.   The Orange was
an   old   house  with dark-red gables
Appearing out of the in id it of n clump
of trees.   In winter you saw tho whole
mass of it, chiefly old bricks, though
theao were thrown up und mado picturesque by the fact that theohjeat
Eart wai in gray stone.   Broad, large.
Ilintbethau windows glimmered, lighted up. through the thick foliage this
evening; for by this time the summer
night wu beginning to get dark, and
ft good deal too late foe a visit.    Mr.
Rule thought, ai he knocked at the
door, thot it was very likely shu would
not tee him,- But this was not the
com.    When lil: tent in his name u
the head clerk at the bank tin was received immediately, and shown into
the room with the Elizabethan windows, where ahe wu sitting.   By this
time ihe was of mature years, aud,
naturally,   much  changed   from   (he
young-girl he had known.   He had
neen one of the young clerks in the
outer office, whom ihe would recognize with a friendly smiling look, and
• nod of her head alt round.' Now, j
however, Miss Vernon came up to
Mr. Rule, and held out her hand to
him. "Vou need not have sent me
word who you were," she Baid, with a
smile. "I knew quite well who you
were. I never forget faces nor names.
You have r.nt come to me at this time
of nii-lit on a mere visit of oivility.
Don't be afraid to tell me at once
whatever there may be to aay."
"From the way you speak, ma'am,"
laid Mr. Rule, "I conclude that you
linve heard Borne of the wicked reports
that are flying about?"
"Thnt is exactly what I want to
know," she said with all hor old vivacity.   "Are they wicked reports?"
"A report is always wicked," aaid
Mr. Rule, sententiously, "which is
likely to bring about the evil it imagines."
"Ah!" she cried, "then it is no further gone thnn that; and yot it is as
fat: gone as that?" she added, looking
anxiously in his face.
"Mias Vernon," aaid Rulo, solemnly, "I expect a run upon the bank tomorrow."
"Good God!" alio aaid, clasping her
hands; wliich was not a profane exclamation, but the kind of half-con-
scioua appeal which nature makes instinctively. "But you havo made all
preparations? Surely you can meet
that."
He shook hia head solemnly. The
credit of the bank was ao much to
him that, when thua face to face with
the ovent he dreaded, poor Rule could
not articulate anything, and the wator
stood in his eyes.
"Good God!" she said again—but
her face was not awe-stricken; it was
that of a soldier springing instantly to
the alert, rallying all his reanurces at
the lirst word of danger; "but you
don't mean to say that my cousin-
does uot John know this? They say
everybody knows theae things before
the person concerned. Why, why did
you not warn him, Mr. Rule?"
Rule shook hia head.
"It isn't possible that he could have
been ignorant. How could he be ignorant, ma'am? God knows 1 have
not a word to sny againat Mr. Vernon
—but to think he should forsake us
in our inomont of trial!"
"Forsake you!'' A sudden flush
flew over Miss Vernon's face, a spark
shot out of her eyes. Indignation
and yet doubt was in her fuce. 'That
is not possible," she cried, holding her
head high; aud then ahe aaid anxiously, '"Mr. R"le, tell me what you
mean."
"I dare aay it is the falsity of appearances," aaid poor Rule. "I am
sure I hope so. I hopo Mr. Vernon
has gone away to get help, personally
—you cau do that so much bettor than
in writing—and that he may be back
in time to-morrow."
"Has he gone away?" ahe aaid, in a
low tone.
"Unfortunately, Misa Vernon-
can't help saying unfortunately, for it
paralyzes everybody else. We can do
nothing nt the bank. But I cling to
the hope'   Without that—"
"Everything will bo lost?"
"Everything!" cried he who was
proud of being the head clerk at Vernon's, with tears in his eyes.
And theu there was a pause. For i
minute or two not a word was said,
The daughter of the house was as
much overcome by the thought as was
its faithful servant. At last she said
faintly, but firmly:
"Mr. Rule, I cannot believe but
that you will aeo Aohri'to-morrow, when
the bank is opened, 'with riieans to
meet every demand.,"
"Yes, Miss Vernon, that is my conviction too."
But in what a faltering voice was
this conviction stated! The room was
htiV vtjry light, and they did not distinguish ' very clearly each other's
fuceB.';
"But iu case of any failure," she
aaid—"for of course'one never can
tellj the/most tiresome nothings may
detain yon juat when speed is moat
important; or he might not have succeeded as he hoped. In case of. uny
—delay—I shall be there, Mr. Rule;
you may calculate upon me, with every
penny I can muster—" '--' "
'"You, MiBs Vernon!" the clerk said,
with a cry of relief and joy.
"Certainly; who else, when the
credit of the bunk is at stake? I have
been living very quietly, you know.
I spend next to nothing; my mother's
money Las' accumulated- till it is quite
a -little fortune,' I helieW.' What had
I besfdotsohdtd Mr. Sellon iuld nsk
him to help ua ou that security? I
don't think he will refuse."      ' "*■
"If you do that we riro saved," Baid
Rule, half crying. "That is the thing
td do, Wh'ftt a head for business you
have!"
' She smiled, nud gave him a little
nod', like one of thoso happy nods sho
used to give to the young clerks iu
her line youthful days, in which there
was a kind acknowledgment of tlieir
admiration, a friendly, good-fellowship
with themselves.
"I hope I am not old Edward Vernon's grand-daughter for nothing," ahe
said, beginning to walk up and down
the room with a buoyant impatience,
as though longing for the moment of
exertion to come. "I had better write
to Mr, Sellon nt once; there is no time
to lose."
"And, if you will let me, I wiil take
the note directly, and bring you an
answer,"
"Bravo! that is promptitude," cried
Misa Vernon, and she weut up to him
and held out her hand. "Between us
we will keop the old placo going," she
said, "whoever maygjvein."
If Mr, Rulo had not been the steady,
bashful Englishman he wns he would
have kissed that hand. He felt that
there was in it enough to save everything—the bank-first, and then hisjown
little bit of money, and his situation,
and his children's bread. He liad not
allowed himself to think of theso things
in the greatness of "his anxiety in respect to Vernon's; but he did think of
them now, and was ready to cry in the
relief of hia soul.
Never was au evening more full of-
occupation. Mr. Sellon, who was the
agent of the Bank of England in Red-
borough, was fortunately at homo, nnd
responded at once to Miss Vernon's
Appeal. Mr. Rule hud the gratification
of walking back with him to the
Grange, whither he hastened to reply
iii person, nnd of assisting at the interview afterward with a sense of pride
and personal advancement which
heightened the satisfaction of his soul.
Misa Vernon insisted strongly ou the
point that all these preparations were
by way of precaution merely.
"My cousin will, no doubt, be back
in time, fully provided; but of course
you never can be perfectly certain.
Horses may break down, shafts be
broken; tho least little accident mny
spoil everything. Of course John put
off such a step till the laat moment,
nnd thought it better to keep it entire*
ly to himself."
"Of course," cried Rule, speaking
out ot his comer; and "Of courso,"
but muoh more faintly, Mr. Sellon
•aid.
(To be Continued.)
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■hop,  Applyto
HENRY V. EDMONDS,      A
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Tailorin
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Opposite the Bank, Columbia streot,
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New Goods
WM. M'COLL
Is constantly receiving now ^ootls
consisting in part of
X3XZ-— o-ooids,
Clothing.
HOSIERY, ETC.
A lino selection of
Groceries aud Provisions
Always on hand.
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FORSALE!
TOW2U x-orrs
Fronting on tlie best portion of the harbor,   suitable for Wharves or
Warehouses, close to the
Kailway.
ValTj.a"ble Xj&xl<3.
On the harbor, admirably adapted for
Shipbuilding, Foundry or other manufacturing  purposes.     Special
ml vantages given.
Ily the acre, in favorable positions, close
to the terminus.
Town lots ami land in the City aud District of New Westminster.
Xxiten.dlra.gr Xxwestoxs
Will do well to apply to
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
LAND AGKNT,
Columbia St., New Woatmhiater, B. C.
noi] P. 0. Uox 30. to.
PACIFIC
CARRIAGE
WORKS
COLUMBIA    STREET,
New Westminster, il. €.
WAGGONS,
BUGGIES,
CARRIAGES,
-AND-
Agricultural Implements.
Painting   and   Repairing
neatly done.
A STOCK OF COFFINS ALWAYS ON HAND
JOHNSTON 4 SMITH,
no24tc] PRonuno'n
GOVERNMENT  NOTICES.
O. Gk
Has now on hand a full and
well assorted stock of Diy
Goods, consisting of:
LADIES'
In Great Variety,
BLACK   QUILTED
ALPACA   SKIRTS,
In all the Leading Colors,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
A full line, in English Merinos
and Canadian Lambswool,
HOSIERY
Ladies' and Children's, in plain
and   stripe,    Merino   and
Lambswool,
Infants' Wool Goods
Hoods, Caps, Boots, Gaiters, In-
fantces, Polka  Jackets, and
Wool   Skirts,
A nice line of Children's Hoods
and Hats trimmed with fur,
Black   and   Colored VELVETEENS, in plain and brocade,
KID    GLOVES
Black and dark shades, White
and tinted,
LACES,
Real Torchon, Real Maltese, and
a nice variety of imitation
Laces,
DRESS  GOODS
A la'jfi and well-assorted stock
of plain and figured Dress
Goods,
Plainand figured black SATINS
and SILKS,
Ladies' and Gents' silk and alpaca   UMBRELLAS,
Fur Trimming,   Buttons, Ribbons, SILKS & TWISTS,
A fine line of  Ladies'  Hemstitched    Handkerchiefs,
Table Napkins,White and Brown
Table Linen, Sheetings in all
widths, Towels, Cottons,
And a full assortment of other
Goods   too   numerous to
mention.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
SILVER JEWELRY
Gold mounted; a fine assortment.   Bracelets,  Lockets,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, and Sets.
Other Silverware in great variety
Men's Clothing)
In large variety, good matrYjg|
and prices tb suit. '
Also, a large stock CU' rr URV
C1SRY & '"-LASS:  '
WARE const, ntl
hartr",.     '
Afullandc'jmplete stock of
Groceries § Provisions!
4 WINE & SPIRIT MEROHANT.»
L, Ull
BEGS TO INFORM THE RESID-
ents of New Westminster and vicinity that he is constantly receiving from
Europe shipments of choice
Wines,
Spirits,
Liqueurs,
English Ales,
London and
Dublin Stout,
Whioh ho vill .upply
IN BOND oi DUTY PAID,
In Quantities to Suit (Instomers.
Also, in constant receipt, direct from
W. A. Ollb«'.,  London
Fine Champagnes,
Saumur's Claret,
Burgundy,
Genuine Sherry,
Fine old Ports
and Sherries.
E.  BROWN,
OOLUMBIA   BTBXXT,
New Westminster,  B. 0.
mil
Provincial Secbbtaiiy'h Office,
■ 21st July, 1881.
VTOTICE IS HEltEBY OIVEN that the
JX Order, published in the llritb.h Columbia Qiwiette of uth Mnreh last, directing that Section 0 of lhe "Mineral Act.
IKS,-' shnll not, have effect In the Electoral
Districts of CnKRlar, Kootenay, and Cnrihoo, han been rescinded, no fur ns lt relates
to the Electoral District of Cariboo.
By Command.
JNO. ROBSON,
Jlyaiuil 1'rovluclal .Secretary.
NOTICE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that tho
j\ undersigned will sell by Public Auction, nt the Govornmont Land Offlce .New
Westminster, nt 12 o'clock, noon, on Tuesday, tho 26th dny of August next, at the
upset price of 82.G0 per acre, that pleceof
Land known nnd described on the official
map of the District of Now Westminster
as the South-west fractional W of Section
85, Township No. 8; the pin-chaser to pay
for present improvements thereon.
C. WARWICK,
Gov't Agent.
New Westminstor, B. C,
July 2-ith, 1*8-1. Jly20td
NOTIOE.
*      . Lak» Regibtiiy Office,
., ■   .v>      New Westminster District,
•v .2nd July, 1881.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
J3I tho Land Registry Oflico of theDlB-
trict of New Westminster will be temporarily located- at the Land Registry Office,
Victorin, until the copying of tho records,
Ao., Is completed. Application for registration and other business may In the
meantime be mndo to medtreet or through
the Government Agent at Now Westminster,
H. W. ARMSTRONG,
JlyStc Deputy Registrar
— jh-X3X-—)
Showing the dates nnd places of
Courts of Assize, filial Prlut, and
Oyer and Terminer for the rear
1684.
SPRING ASSIZES.
(On Vancouvek Island.)
Victoria Monday. 7th April.
Nanaimo Wednesday, 41b June.
(On Mainland.)
New Westminster,*Wednosday,... 7lh Mny.
Yale, ....Monday, Hit li Mny.
Kamloops, Friday, itflth Mny.
Clinton Saturday "thJum-.
FALL  ASSIZES.
(Ox Vaxl-ouveu Island.]
Victoria, ..Monday,. 24th November.
Nanaimo, Wednesday, .lid December.
[On Mai.-lanii.]
RichDeld. .Monday,., 8th September.
Clinton, Tuesday,..30th September.
Kamloops W'dn'sdny 8th October.
Lytton Saturd:iv,..18tli October.
Yale, Saturday,.-2iilli Octobor.
Now West .W,dn'Mh-,y,12th November.
20th January, 1834. fc2tc
PUBLIO NOTIOE.
KO iTKNAT DISTRIOT.
NEW    SCHEDULE
—OF—
WAQE3S
—FOR—
WHITE  LABOR
—ON  THK—
Canadian Paeilc Railway
—IN
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Oveneors $135 00 per month.
Rook Foremen.., ,13 ISO to $4 00 V day
Earth Foremen... 2 M to   3 IiO    "
Bridge Foremen,, S 00 to   4 SQ    «
Bridge Carpenter.,
lut clasa  •* 60 "
Bridge Carpenter.,
2nflclaM  3 00 "
Maaon. 2 SO to 3 60    "
Stone Cutter..... 3 00 to 3 60    "
Blackimtths,    Ut
olass  3 60 (,
Blacksmiths,   2nd
class  3 00 „
Blacksmith Help.
er*  ' »'to  200    "
Drlllen  *'*•.'»«    «
UWm     175 to  2 00    «
Hewer., 1st eltr     3 m »
Chopp.r.,lrt..lau!!00t<)   2 M     ,.
Scorer.,.,. ^    „ „
**) . outside labor 10 hours per day.
r  AU Carpenters to furnish their own
jhest Tools.
All Employees to find themselves Bed,
Board ana Lodging.
Boarding Honsea will be convenient
along the Line.   Board—$5 per week.
It will not be compulsory for Employees to board In the Company's Houses,
Wages will be paid monthly, on the
10th of eaoh month.
A.   ONDERDONK,
Uenkral Manager,
Office of the Costraotorb,
Canadian Paoifio Railway,
Yale, Manh 1, 1688.
§iEPARAT-]SEALEI> TENDERS, prop*
I orly endorsed, will bo received by tho
ononrabloOhle.'Commissioner of Lands
and Works np to noon of Saturday, Wlh
August next, for t be right of maintaining
nnd operating a Perry at any or cash of
the following I'laees, for a term of live
yoars, vln:—
1st, On the Columbia Hlver, nbout SO
miles bolow Kicking Horse, at tbe
Solnt where the Canadian Pacific
.all way crosses said river.
2nd, On the Colnmbia Hlver, at the
point wliere the Canadian Pacific
Railway orossessnid river, near tho
Eagle Pads.
Drd. On tho Columbia River, atapoint
known its Johnston's Landing,
about ;t0 miles nbovo Kit-king
Howe.
lib. On the Columbia Hlver, oppnslte
the Hi-alliimclictu Rlver,anu about
ai milos abovo Johnslon's Lund
Inif.
mil. On i
Oi
lie Kicking Horsed-uk,utn
r where tlie trail crosses, nli
mite nbovo tlio mouth of said
6th, On thn Kootenny River, at a point
known ns tlie Upper Crossing.
The ferry   Ight to extend Ave miles
nbove and livo miles below the respective
pbii'lfilmlicnled.
Any party to whom a charter may
awarded shall provide and maintain a
rn bstantlnl ferry-boat, and proper appll-
A11008 for working tlio name, a description
(/which must be ni* en with his tender.
Tenders shall Mutu tin- rate of toll pro-
p-iwd tobo'-ull-iled for-
Ench I 'lusst-rigcV,
"     Team with wagon and driver,
'"     Saddle Home aiid rider,
lioo-o Jiorsoor Mule,
"     Head of Cattle,
-*     sheep, Swine, Ae.,
"     Hundred   pounds weight tif
freight,
Tenders must also state tho amour
the annual rental lo be paid loin'    .tof
eminent for tlie privilege: nnd v'    j Gov-
tender must bo submltlcd th'     ith each
(wo responsible parties wil1'    j names of
Bond for tlio sum of HQO sF    .nig toslgn a
faithful carrying out of      . security for the
All officers of the       tlie contract.
mont with their '     Provincial Govern-
pass free, animals and freight to
Vf. ri. GORE,
|jin(jv Hurvoyor-genow 1.
B. c,, r   and Works Department, Victoria,
-—    .Mt July, 1884. Jlyaitd
NOTICE.
PARTUS LOCATING AND FRK-
empting land are hereby notified
that loud within tlio limits of the Hast
Ings Saw Mill Company's lease is uot
open for settlement, and tliat any one
entering thereon will' ho prosecuted for
trespass.
RICH'D H. ALEXANDER,
de8-tc Manager,
Mrs. M. Harrison -
HAVING ENLARGED HER HOTEL
opposite tho Steamboat Landing at
Chilliwhack, is now prepared to give the
BEST ACCOMMODATION
To the travelling public.   Chilliwhack '
ia the most delightful Summer Resort In British Columbia. Splendid
drives and delightful mountain scenery.
i       my21-3in.
TURNER. BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHAKF STREET - T10T0UU.
■A-GtEITTS   3TOH
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
36 Flusbury Circus,
London, E. G.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CfiMP'Y.
1 Old Broad St. and 10 Pali. Mali ,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Morehan-
diso, Manufacturing uud Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Hnroor or Dock, and the
Cargoes of such Vessels; nlso, Ships lniild*
ins aud repairing, Barges and other Yes
boIs on navigable rivers and canals, and
Goods on board such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland aud in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOBS OR DAMAGE BY FIKK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
£1,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can he obtained on application to
W. J. AUMSTR0NU,
Agont for New Westminster.
DR. SPINNEY & CO.'S
DISPENSARV,
NO. 11 KEARNEY STREET*
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
DR. SPINNEY, well knomiit* tlii.ft-Hn.
der of tlio Hontrenl, (0, K.) Me-llrnt liu.ll.
tide, mid lute Proprietor of tlio SHNNKYVIM.K
lNr'IKMAUY, would matt respectfully Inf-'voi
lliu imtti-iilN mill llio n(tili-tod -*'-ii--rnl.y, tlmt ho
■till continue*, to Irent clironlc nml nervoim ills-
cuki-* with ini|iuralIeUil h-iccch,
LADIES ANP OBNTIEMBN.
Iti'ii-i-tiiliiu* iiml lii'>rin»tlnnlIoii Ih llio IliU-f »l
timo HO
COMEAND BB HEALED.
It mntteri- not wlmt yonr tr-'iit'l*-* mny bo, cime
nnd kt tlio Doctor i-xmnlno -murciuo. It will
coat you tii-tli.il-* for ciiiiiultntloii, no \,U-.utf mil
nml Mtlify ytrawalVei \Vlibtlmr tho Doctor unilor-
HtumtH yourcHMi. If lm ran cure you lio will toll
yon hoi If nut. lm will i«H you tlmt, for lio will
not iniil'-rlnlip a riim inili-ns lit>im-iinll.lriit of of.
foctitiiia cure,
I'nrtli'H nt a ilMnm-u wIhIiIij-; trontmi'tit, liy
ii'ii-lf-tK $2A ami it tnlnuto liem'i-ititlon of their
trpulle* will reccivu In return n lull cuitran ol
ttv-i'iiii'iit m-i-iii-cly |--i'-ki-(l -nr----tint ti'i'Srllc rn.
rlonlty.
DR. SPINNEY Will emu-nut..- to forfeit five
Iluiulreil Dulliii-H fm- orery cmo of any kind ur
clinrnctor which liu iimlortHkes ami fallx to ctni1.
P. S.—For iHm-iisi-n of short Mmi-lin-*, a fnll
ci-iimo of tiiiHllrlni-M, Midlr-l'-nt for a euro, wiih
nll instructions, will be Himt to nny mklrea-i on
receipt of $10.
Cull or Addrosa
Dr. BPIXNKY ft CO.,
0 tfS-ly      No. 11 Kenrnoy-«t.,San FnnncUco,Cal.
DR. ALLEN'S
FKIVATSJ DI8PBNSARY,
'•tV/, Krnrny St., Sun Franelico, Cal.
Emtaihisiiki- rent tiik Scibntinu aim Sfkli-t Cw
or CfinoHic, Nimrooi mi Bpecial Disuse*
— , Goods delivered  free of
charge in any part of the City.
C.G. MAJOR
Cor. Columbia & Mary Sts.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
(oolite)
-SLTLm
TrKIIOK * 00. ARD NOW PRE-
J\ pared to aupplr the very bent Ale
from tho WratmliMfer Brewery. Orders
left with Hr. Chan. MoDonough, Front Bt,,
uliall hnve prompt attention. JaMo
Wood Turner
      CONSTANT   EMPLOY-
ment will be riven to a thoroughly
DOMINION SAWMILL.
WANTED.     __,.
ment will be jrV	
competent mnn. Apply at the
Dominion License Act.
pleaHi
OTIOE   W  HEREBY  GIVEN, thnt
HIk Excellency in council lins been
nnno of applications for MconncH um.
Die I.lniior LtcenHo Act, In Now WcHtinln-
Nti-r lJlsirict, to the 1st October next, of
wliton all pen-ons concerned nre roiiulrcd
lo lake notico.
Dated 16th July, 1684.
W. NQHMAN BOLE,,
TIIE EXPERT SFECP* lw"
Dn. AUEN, AS IS vni      .*W»lf
n-Riilnr   Rnidunlvd PL-      . KNOWN, IS A
Bowdotll Colli-wi mid t'ul*-     ..nirliin, ednculod nt
linn divolt d « lifetime '     . entity of lUlchisnn.   He
ment nnd enroofd1'     >o thuntmly of tliu.treat-
**VO"      '-Clltlp°- within hln Kpt-clnlty,
AiiilMlBP-      UmXTGt 3MCXUV
the «QV .M AOKP Ml-'N, wlm ore miffi-rinK froin
In i>- otn of Youluhil IiidiBcretlotm or Kxccmci*
T- .nturur yoars, NwtTotB nnd Puvbical Duilitv,
-tfoiiKOi, Lost Manhood, confuilan of ideM,
dull eye9, nvemlon to socioty, denfiondcncy, rilm-
jiliiB on tlm fnce, Icen of energy nnd memory, fre-
'iniincy of urinntini;, etc.
MY   HOSPITAL   KXPKH'KNCK
(HnvlnfT beon nunreon It: .,. iree of two lendlti-;
InmiiitidH) ontibles irn to irent nil private tmuhleH
with exoollont rem I wish It distinctly uuder-
Btood that I do not ci • < perform InilHXi-tblll-
tion, or to hnve mlrncu - gupernntiirnl Power.
I clnltn only to ho n ek. 1 anccetrnful Phyil-
clan nnd Surgeon, thon',., ' tuformed In my
■peclnlty—
DISEASES OF .VAN.
AU applying to mo will receive my boueit
opinion of their complaints—No experlmnntiug. I
will tntnratiteo it poiitlve aire In -iveryauul undertake, or forfeit $1,000. Connitntlon In ollice
or by letter fiibb and Mrlctly prlvnle. Oliargeii
rrawniiiblc. Thorough examlnntloii, Including
chemical and nilcroncotilcal nnalyili of urine, anil
advice, $5.00. Oflico hour*, 0 ta 0 dally, 0 to *
evening. Sunday, 9 to 13 only.   Calloraddreaii
DR.   ALLEN.
80]^ Kearney atreet, tjgn Franclwo, On).
49* Remember, tlm' Doctor hai n VtitETAiiu
CoXpaOKU, the re-mlt of many yearn of apodal
practice and liritdMiuly, whicli, under hit npeclnl
ndvlre, hu nevor fulled ot nnccm In the enre of
I/KIT SUKItOOt), I'BOBTATomilir.', etc.
JlylOml
IntLlceriHe Commissioner
CONTRACT
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL LET A
contract to white men or Indiana for
cutting 1000 cords of Hhinglc lilm-ks, pnt
up at the rate of 100 cords per month, will
pay W per curd, and will furnisli toolw nml
a house to live In. H. STEVENSON,
Je7*8m Chilliwhack.
NOTIOE.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I In-
JL tend making application to tlm Chief
Commissioner of Lundfl nnd Workn for
pcrinlialon to puschnun Two iinnurvcypd
Inlands In Fnwer Hlvor lying to the went,
of the westerly point of Annaclti Island
uml to llio south of Sect, Ifl, B. 4 N., Range
4 west,
ALEX. EWEN.
New Westminster, July 21,1684.     Jiy23m2
NOTIOE.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTIOE THAT I
1 Intend to apply to the Chief Commie*
eloner of Lands and Works for permission
to purchase tho following desoribed lands,
situated In the District or New Westminster t
Commencing utthoNW corner of tho
Government Reserve, situated on the
southern side nf English Bay; tbenee due
south, along the western boundary of snid
Resorvo, to Its southwest corner; thenco
due west 110 chnins, moro or less, to tho
eastern boundary of Point Grey Reserve;
thonco duo north, along snid eastern
boundary, to the shoro of English Buy;
tlienco easterly, nlong shore of English
Bay, to the placo of commencement, containing about 000 acres, more or less.
R.T.WILLIAMS.
Victoria, B. C. 3rd April, 1884.       npwo
TKE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
IsaticYor-fnilinu
Cure for Nerv*-
oue Debility ,Kx-
liaiislcil Vitality
of 11 ny k i n il'.,
Weakness, Pnr*
nlynis, Pros t iv-
tnrrltofii,nnd all '
the terrible ef-
fct'ls ofjontlifnl
follies, and eioesses In maturer years,
DB. MINTIE will, agree to forfeit
Fire Hundred Dollar* for a caie ol
this kind tbe Vital Restorative (under
his special advice nnd treatment) will not
car**, nr for anvthirg Impure or injurious
found io it. DB. MINTIE (rents all Diseases niecesbfully without mercury.
CO»Bltatlon fn*. Thorough examination and advice, $t>'00. Pilce or Vital
Restorative, $3-oo a bottle, or four
times tbe quantity, $10*00; sent to any
address upon receipt of price, or C, O. D.,
secure from observation, and In private
name if desired, by A. E. MINTIK,'
M.D.
Those who cannot visit DR. MINTIE
In San Franelico should send a full and
minute statement ot their troubles with
$25*00, nnd in return a full course of
Medicine will be forwarded, securely
packed, so ns not to excite curiosity.
All orders for medicine 0. 0. D. must
bo accompnnled willi $1.00 (ns n guarantee of good fnith), which will be deducted wben the pneknge is shipped.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FRKK.-Sent on
application by letter staling symptoms,
sex and nge. Ctinimunlcntioni strictly
confidential. juyM-ly
11 Kearney Btreet, Inn Franclire, Ul.

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