Sapper

John Musselwhite

As a Sapper Musselwhite's Regimental Pay per Diem would have been 1s. 2 1/2d. plus Working Pay per Diem of 1s. to 4s.

THE FRANKLIN HOUSE!
[Next door to the Pioneer Saloon]
 
Front Street, New Westminster
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THE SUBSCRIBERS, having purchased the above
establishment and re-furbished it complete, are now
ready to receive Boarders and Lodgers. The beds will
be looked after by Mrs. M., so that strangers and visit-
ors can rely upon being comfortably accomodated.
 
MEALS AT ALL HOURS,
    served up in every style.
 
Private Dinners and Suppers Punctually At
tended to, &c, &c.
 
MUSSELWHITE AND DAVIS
Proprietors
 
New Westminster, October 30, 1863