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The Cariboo Sentinel Apr 10, 1875

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 I '  ,f  ito Nyrili  e West by  I Stall* of  f,& Worts.  .'���������' i' -i ���������  ���������Q)  o  SAUCE  km f-rtiij!  W&t- 'Wjl:������  ���������jTCtllHlp, the  *p|%o pro-  ���������U BAUCE  ���������b������ WRAI'l'KR  ?eiv.Q'nppijn,}  .'.Ii lhe.\vr;rj).'  Hiii,! IVrriiu-  of that I he?  jtll |). WfT "|  oijis'i '������&���������$  otliciiijiiu.  >tilev and  ���������;l "1-5, :MVr.  ::^j?V'::.. .1111  ft P;r!y %  i^'Mii: iy uf.  Til*. Hrj'iMi  ������T clit u of  ktf\:>���������;. ���������-/ -T  vill., n't ������������������[ ���������������,.  *'j'*e Vvi\rlcr.  |������.r,..iui.   !  ' ii t!f,i?riv  r *r flm.ji  *:t-t I jij-������|..  piiUipClnsB-  i'lTitt r������r -if ?,  i.va^Nf^ir-,  atljl ttSj ti  h iJ.zii'-,  fU.Mrn:r ia  c!i ejts^'ff r  Ink-rvul uf  :asj Sefesirtfl  ".. l.ti I'jinl  [Jn >/  n> mis it-l  nfclVtn������ .  t ill" Frtino  filjt' nns  t privlh'Bv,  jvwi'l th*  th������' gam<\  n   , -  A ps''in hi/  no  THAT  EXT,   .  hH iirfi  11 $m������m  ALL.  .   n<:10  SS  Ch-irgo  or un f*--r  ,LAItf.  COOK.  Vol 17  -���������������������.  Barker^e^ William Creek  B.C;,'Saturday;^ril'^dti'd?^  No[23  TF  '^  ���������7;,- ;,i:  :Pn^li8hed every Saturday l>y j  .-j"'I RAT^ 6gib^vrTlik ; J  ^  for >,ne $a>*a{0n> I noli j, first insert ion, V| 93  ���������"*'���������'���������,   ,*���������'.'   '���������'.���������'���������>������������������. ������������������'.-. onemoniiy ;   ������i > 4 ;,  ,f 0 rtwo.sjg.ua res .flrs'ti ns9rtion,4'-s's'!i:"^i-,, ��������� ������  P':. ���������' ... ' ','���������;���������{ -1 ��������� -Won* mouth; .V  NEW, ADVmTISEMENTS;  ���������*,<���������"**���������������.  Ageiitgfor ^������������������"'Oaribo6'Seatx^t;i������^./;  ���������tin Wrnkle^.. :.tf*^&* ^^fti^^  Utiiton, ..>;.,,.,..���������,;.,;-.<-y>���������.,���������,;������������������:Barnarfl>;Exprce^  y4|e^ t -.-r.> -���������...'.���������J -; ��������� -.. - ,^-1 ,14*.: ���������   ;���������  (i0 r,,,  Sis*' \7o������tm(nj*t������ir  VlfltorUi;.-: ;���������'.;.. "���������,;;  John. If 11 pray  ������������������ ��������������� -     ;Mr Shak������f8pni*TV  80iCrt^Mn;:r;nndoni.^C.^  ^U:1S:^ARIB00 DENTIN W*  WSCELLANEOUSl  .;: (QarrylngjHer Ma|e8ty^B3Mail������,) ;  LEAVES  ^TrCT()!trA;f:rl  ^f;^:>P:;^r^ENpRPRKK' *  Reaching.Y������I ������Jn ,Mii������ > ������onn������jct with tb*  ;>"'���������  .'BASON HAND ; ';/ ..  a, WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF  J ���������  ���������'HOTELbV;RESTAURA'NTS;A:o;:  3Jf  'rville Brewer v!  ���������*,._������!      ,.,      '   M  P&OPRZgTOS^  ���������n:  <UMst nirtiiilarj T^jiter^andPrb'frirainm^fi^  , v  Rall^nd jrije^rieakBnterfcainmenia"  Pi^,ciUHijffithnealines>������anddf8patch.jB^  ������  gf***'���������WW  ������rrltintf������tClinton on^Wedaesdaya and Barker  ville on'Saturdays.     ' ���������    -   '**^.--.- :  A  frt-ii * 1  ��������� .  ARV^^Vr? l? fu-,*,:v T"^*������������rii tiie'lV^lIii,  /l   Wu! *ni Cr^������k,<> <laliverU^f> ordpr. ; .'  mmm,- DEi^yEufeixloN liqiitniI^g  inj^KK'. ������������������-:' ������������������-''���������-. - *-/* -        i*.-^ v   ;,-  "?'*'"������f. ' ���������tanl3j;il*chln9:[n    ������^r������;on ihey-w  i  DRESSED LUMBERj  Vftiv* VrllienMrgli5^ Co  Retail  Butchers, r  SABlKERVljLLEi AN  LIGHB'ING.CllEEK.  SlelglurtMTO" Bar! Willi"', or Sur days,  arrlre ���������������.  iii a .ou on Thursdays *o d Yn> on oaturdayg.  !:";C������>nnocti ������t Cache Creek wllb' Tance'e Exprwa lor  Okans'fftn.   r. -b- '.> ^..   ';;'���������.-' ��������� ������������������ '.t^.:..:..;.. ������^.  :*f Al CUuiori w!th.F.ef?uion������i Express fhr Llllooel. -V '.  And with Gftligh'r^t RspreM for Dog freok.  At Quosnelmoiiih. .with'SylroeUrr'a  Express! for  Omlniea;,. -.���������   / - ���������>..-������������������..   ;������������������ -'������������������;������������������. \' ' :  "T"--J':" BARNARD' &   6&M  FretgbtftndPftMeasrrflcafrted.throQgh at re&uoo-  *h|i; ret I'M "'���������"'   "**: ���������'v'"..     ,���������.--'.-���������-���������������������������-:������������������;-���������' .���������",.������������������  For ratei of Freight aad PaMnir>. ������pplv to "   '*  ��������� GEO. BTRNES, Agent.   '������������������  '���������:������������������ doT   ��������� ���������;.������������������ ��������� '���������'    Bttrk������UTiHe;  COM EvALONa. WITH YOUR CASH  fND GET BARGAINS;  wfl  tail  fe^rS  uorg  m  .    (Successors to D.1 Kurtz As Oo'.,);  ; ;  liiPPRXERS AND DEALERSIN I  cons tantly kept'iii'^ani;^'1' m *'- :!-r <::- ''}*>'<���������'*���������  The^ TjMgiHg<;.l^^i^jini |  will, ba al way ?.carefQjly..attended; ioitiiadth* >eai  ���������Beds and >ce nhmodation  provided, for. their ei  tomcrs ;,....;..:;;v ,v^;^f> ;^^-:*       dell  ������feCu;.:-,  r^vTCSS YOU TO CAlilJ&ri) SEE ilM,  L and got as; much comfort for tho inner man at  *ny other man can proritle for the^ame amount of  cash (lathe shape .of , >. ,.,;     v: ,������������������������������������,tl-; :.-\H ':���������:*/  ;K.B.^-Tovflll up the thiie, i! will-attend'totlw  i.'/.-ii^'.-."  Appointments.  ������. w /������ i.;jfrivate "Secretary s Offlc������,  I    17Uj December. 1874;  .... Hia Excel lency the Lien tenant Governor  | has ��������� been pleased U> hnnoih.t ALi-������aT ^liiiton  Riuiuitns, Esquire, a Barrister of jontish Cola inbia, lo be a Notary i ublic.  Private Secretary's Officet   =���������  10'h December. 1874.  TSis Excellenoy .the -Llmtenant-Gov' rnor  Dry 'Goods ^nd Clothing.  .CLINTON  EXTRA  FXOUFL  All Goods of the Best Quality and at. the,  Lowest Prices;     ��������� ������������������' !-   ���������  ;   ' '/���������'  B-trkorville^ Maj01      '������������������'������������������������������������   \   --'\   mjd.6ta  And'-SEWINQ. MACHINE work of every d'escrlptioa  wiir be done at the shortest, cotloo at reasonable  chargea.'-         ���������..:������������������.���������  ���������   noT ���������;/.:.        ; FRANK-JPERRETT.  A SUPPLY OF THE  JeW  I pilwaya ppJb|n4.; f.  NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS of LAND  '���������}..4 -KEWiWSSTMIKSr&R DISTEWf) 1  ��������� .,    .. . .   ,..  .prp'.tae ._. ..  p a  British 'Columblai -to- be;a Notary Public.  ;:V,^i8^^eileoc^ in  'CoiiDcil bar bee lit pleased, .to, appoint..: Allan*  GKAHAM.^f ,Manson Greek, /Esquire, to Jbe  Corcner in md for 'the District of Omineca.  VTOTICB 13 HERRBY"GlVBJfj in accordance, with  J i the provisions of tho *��������� Land Act. 1874.:*'that tlie'  fo!I ow ing 1 aiitiF si l ua te $& the District of New West-  mitiatcr havo boon"'eiibd'Yiiled by survey,, and tlie  Map thereof has been deposited iu the bfficopf MrH.  V. Edmonds, New Westminster: .   .->'  i  TOWNSHIP NO, J13.-          !  I . '.....'  flections lt 2,11. 12, 18, 14, 22,.23^ 24, 26, 26. 27,54,  \, 55, and33.v. '��������� ������ ; '" > '������������������ ���������   /i-'-'  TOWNSHIP NO.; 14;   .,  Sectiaa^ 8, 9,16,17, 18, 19r 20, 21,  23^26, tt: and  ��������� 32. <������������������_���������'���������''���������'���������  TOWNSHIP'KO. 18.  i  ��������� ���������IvSia: Epellency; the Lieutenant-Govern or  lin ObuncU has been pleased to place Allan  GiUHAM,?of' 'Marisfii Ct������elc, Esquire, on the  Com mission of th������ Peade in and for the Dia  trlct ofOmineca.  "West half of Section 1.  fogt li'.'������J F of. Section'2. ���������*  Wosthalfof Seetion 12. "'  ���������Kast h a If of Section H ���������.      :    Boath west qnarter-. of Section 15.^  Suliutoast quirter of Section 14.  ~ **   ���������       : !    GRotv lit     ' \'i ;V; ���������"  Lots<| nnd ������ on Burton's Pr.iir1������,Jj-in Township JNd:  '  '   ���������' ���������'. - group r.; .  tota'233, 234, and 235, near Port Moorly.  And that claimants of anv portion of this laai who  nave not obtained Crown Grants thereof, should  prove up their claims in aceorJunco with Clause 21  L:md Act, ia74.   ;'���������������������������:'.��������� j  thFcIinSnr Proof a������d Dfcbration can be obUinedat  tno office of tho ConimUsiouT, New Westminster.  , "J ROBERT BEAVEN,.   ., ��������� :  _��������� Chief Comra tssio'ner Iindc nnd Works  Muds and Worka Office  ���������Tic't'ori^JDfec, 34, irA,  :-'::-..rROAD   TAX.  'VTOTTCE IS HERSBY GIVEN that a Li9t of fell per-  li* sons within the ,.  KEITHLBY CREEK POLLING DIVISION  of the Cariboo District of Bi'rkervit'e who are liable  tj pay Road Tax for the year 1875 hasjbeoa posted a;  tae follow.iagpiajMi::''*  -    Mr'Smlf v i-w Store, rarveygCreek. ,'"������������������  Messr   Veith'frCo,U; K.tthi������,y. ���������'.."'  G overt me..taOffloe, F(>rkajot guesnel.  "'"���������"v'r'T::7.;y"rr;-   . cilVER HARR,   ���������  Coiie;ior.  ���������   Forks of Quesnel, Jan. 1,1675.      .  . NOTIQE     v"W  VTOTIC������! ISjHI'lRFBY ��������� ���������; .^ KN. that tho reservation  ll of Dundin the|New|We8tiainst6r.-District,-datad  l-Sfh-JuIy, 25iirjUi,,, aii. ���������\. ij yjmbc-r, 1871, so far  as applicable to land included within tne boundaries  of Townships No. 1, 2, '4, 5, 8, in chiding West bam,  Tilbury, and Dean Islands, Block 3 North, Range 6  West, ana tuu uluc&sot turn siiuate between Lots  129, 132, 135.138..H1. 147.--Group 1, and now"kuown  m Lots 205 201, 307, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214,  215, 210, 21'/, -i'o, uivUj; a, uuo bben rescinded.  ���������-��������� v" J ��������� ������ '    ROBERT BEAVEN,:  Ghi^fCommissionorLaode and Iforkt {  Lands and Works Bepartmen H A  Yiwm\ win JMB*ajf-, tifllj I  ERMIN'US/S..T:OW,  Qiiesnelmoutli, B 0;v ���������;  Where tUere are still plenty of the best brands ol  . ���������"���������   ���������-���������' : British ColumbJaJ  FLOUR,- ' ���������  LILLOOET, BEANS of 1873,  And other Farm Produco, &t VERY-LOW RATES.  Also, a general assortmant of      ���������  GROCERIES,  DRY   GOODS,  BOOTS   &   SHOES,  and  DRUGS.  >EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THtYHAVEREMOvTll  U ...to the spacious premises formerly known as ti*'  St. Goorgo Saloon wh������r������ they will bait allJtfvM  prepared to furnish . ���������';- .. .*;  ;P0AR'.O: A'ND. 'jt.EALS-.'; .;.  OF   THE  8EST   QUALITy^  &&��������� Comtwlsslon, Storage atid Forwarding "business  doue at reasonable rates,  mj3 #m  JAS.   REID.  5  ���������A* THE���������  OLD VAWOKLE STORE  .blMJUlUIli'  STANLEY   ���������   LIGHTNING CRELiK.:.  The above Rostaurant is now Opened aft  tho upper- end-tor town, where Board can be had  by the week or single meals. A flue Saloon ia slse  attached j sunplicd with  Tlie best Lienors & Cigars,  Keep on hand everything  E2$ HIED IIA MlilHfilC IMP.  and Cakes daily.  no28 3ra JOHN MAO ER,  HATING ADDED A  GOOD STABLE TO THS;  .. Hull-Way. Ilouse, is now- prepared to oiler good*  accommodations to Teamsters.    A supply of 0������u  uod  Hay will always bo kept on hund and sold a|  roason*blerdtc's.  . .aage so liberally oxtendeJ & As old Grm /    Tho Bar Is sappUeJ vifa the feesi ^f*9^ Macoaa  WJIUJ 1,1 UJUUn IMWHIBIMI WW.  w*;imm^mmM!mLmmmmi<ttm\ m -���������:���������:  $y- ���������;���������  W-'p:  ������-j;--.v.:.  i.'-  ��������� '-c  Tr-rj  ������ATUR0AYr APRIL 10, 1875.  ^ DIFFICULTY.   :  ; gAn.Otta^waspeoi^i'to the V������ictoris;JBtaridard  fikys the Senate nave thrown out tile, K^iti-  , aaalt-Nana5m6,'l������iiiiway,;BiU -because i^SSon-';  P   Is^ed^o^proVW  ��������� ,'%" tracts for;the approval of Parliament^ as prot  . vided for in Mr, Mackenzie's. PaciHc,Bail way.  ,  ^N^^^^]^|?l^^^ tnS Senate wffi  *"''p'PflMBQn*_the commencement,'ofCcoVstrictio4!?  ,2;'l ?������LM ������%l? jr.earor.not,altogether dependSion;  -V;;'-  ? -.",������������������  F. .::-���������-.  ���������V  ts. now jo' session, can at once amendf the  ���������} his past course ^of'duVlicity^Mr Mackenzie  Wft^^^l^i^^ft-ior the/Ssnate's dtte-s  "initiation not to allow the laws to be trampled  T   upon witli impunity to still further^p^nish  ��������� Hy Br j tfeh 9>1iimbj^^  r ;jU3t rights.   Verily, It would appear as if the  lliitllt  illiiii  ..- ��������� .��������� :.: i,V .,.,  .���������.i..--.',v: i .. .��������� ���������.... .. ,i- .- ���������;  ypmmppppp^  AwmppmPmP]  :PPPP::PPPm  y^y-yxy\^:>^-ry.  of the CanadianTacific Railway will .be com*  SsSfc**  --:-^y,^y^y^^:r^ yy'���������  ;;uie-victoria 'Standard,   explains  ������lf������^������i*ieiorjs  Mr McGreighteaid the Bill was much f.n ma  1     J>     tfntnre^of the Bill prohibiting  contractors  5 ..i intended that persona having contracts under  ���������troi (in g j u'fla en ce.: it Is to be b ope d f o r th e:  all the intellect, energy* and enterprise of the  county Jsjiio.t con fined to the ^dozen or score  of perions wli||may ob taln^DomiidonVcon'J  ftraote^/Dpubtle>8 there ^ff^tili^M^nlfi^'  ,c|ept|$mbe^^  the railway and other cop tracts have'been  ^wardi������d4o^t fejast fill the aeWa in tiie^Sibuse*  "at present so up worthily ^occupied by the half.  dozen factionists- who presume; to 1-Obpose.  every- gbodTmeasure" iintrpducod. \As tp.the  Independence <^*I^|amehtJSy 1 beihgpreina.  Cure- ������������������as^tated %by!!fibJne^/^its^pp_poJeJlt8.^^i0^  |ear:ibe^^^|^i^c^ Mr Mo  ^reigb^efeteo^in^iie^  already Buffloie^  duciioaJ%fi ibpf bi 11>: ^I^is milwcret thai per\*  sons supposed ��������� *o^bov piossossed of influenbd  have been���������'ftattfpered''with(j^that pfflces^oj.  'ejaotum%nl:;addricoR'tra:pts hVve been prohiisecl  to others, and th at som e of t-b ea eip ersbna h a ve  be en / n r god y to .sec uroteeatsl1 ih* tfi eM'lioo a I  "-'-��������� '^'.-���������������������������:���������'���������'���������:' "^' -yt\:-:y''-���������������������������'-.���������^.y-.r-������������������������������������.-!: -.-...��������� ' , ������������������������������������'������������������:-i.-'-\-;;r-y.^\tv;. ���������-.���������:  Legislaturo^wbereitheyx/wouiaibeln/a^D^^^  ppsitioa to^dc^tbeir master's7^iddilng. "It was  absolutely necessary^ therefore, that a?; bi!f-  ihottldfb.^^ibtraduc^d;/fo?': prevent tbesejnten  from ������ holdings seatspinv the; House, and; t Mr *  ins  .:... NEW ^ A DKEATI������EM..ETS,,,^/,,  . ���������..���������ii.ln'i   .ll.'.i.T'.'.'lff,".   ������'i~'"  ���������   ���������'     IMHIi *������������������������. fc . 'i  ���������   "I ���������     II iii.i  .deceased:;- ''-'r^i-'.-l:v :   " " '    W:l MS-   w _^_ ^.^ .Of..:tlxS!ailXl'  iO^dorriwtitiorieil^flI ���������:- %M-:���������:&$,i -��������������������������������������������� ��������������������������� '������? "u?������4f4Mr  'MM  y: .  ���������c&y  :.^^-!  ^ealed^enciersgfii>r tfie.^ttrcrias|  lielohging*tp;fcho Estate of-Wesitsy Hall, deceased; will  bo rebcired^tthePost/OfilcG up'to noon of Saturday  the 17th April next:;' ,       }, - ,. ^ ^ ^ !_.���������  j������tvl- 12lh^redraFH6m^ny^C^^   ?r GulcKT  ,s 1 Interfst jnvtbe fMacpherabn COv^^s!'������'.  i? ^^niereft^fn^th^ Bailafal Co., Williams  Creek.  I  etipWeriiponfinlissinw  ii^1??.-!. 1V /' .������!^  -.- --wflcofer tpr .the Estate^  'i^j^W*"/^'^  Tfe''  tPnULl/lfofce^  ' fri Si  am usmg  r, , tt he .relation,, of . the >l)omi ni on Go ver n men t to  .Oie Province, it was thought expedient,'con-  ftidering the influence,it bad in.,, the matter of  :': \/ *|;g^nimg.c^Fracts,:<fec.vthat such a,measure  ;_       ' should~b'e passed.,, He alluded to".the magni-  ;"    "'\ t������de of the annuarexpenditure of the Dominion Governraenrgn^i;;the ^influence- :it*. would  ,   *bjJ tfavevHThe duty of bur; mem tiersin the HousV  msaw wv>yL*\numivn -urovernment..,.. lis tnere  ^As-abare'possibHity'of^Vch ���������Wr(hInftiitt#aB  eJ& ^ty^feriba tHqiise^to provide against? it  spatesy/tbat Dominion officials shall; hot Ibe  e for a spat- in tlie House/ Wha^ the  Vli. / nafureiot^t b n coni rac ts^ a^eJB^akejn^rom; the  5-\' Englisb Aci���������pardons having' coritracfes of ji.  T  ������:>;��������� ^continuing nature^a ^contract for a-ye'ar|oY  b;x months, on in otbeT words, where a Gov-  '   ������rnmentswould hare cdntr^^eVlitem   Ittis  -^-   -obviousf be/^aaid^that 'wfiere-a gentlemkn  .Jmd:^ contract ^for^ supplyjn^ot goo^i the  f Jlfe|nin [ol^tpoy^rnmeht coiiidymake" it?adya|n-l  t 5;;.tageo.us.or. thereontrary.   The'Bill:'refers to  %:^ VPpnhhion officials and--Dominion������������������':'con^iriictprs^  4b.fhjft:^rgfitfc'e;^to/'rap^  ; of Parliamsii t-r-ahd be hopM.it won Id; b e diis-  /    ieas&e^5 imparlially. ^ Considering   thai   thjs  is the last sesBiorTof; the'.'present.Pariiament,  ���������^v|taimporfanqSto lbsPrpv^^Jdc4ild^eeasily  , ;���������.;    seen.J It in igh t b el tha t not a sin gle mem be r  of the,rpresehtHouse.wpuldr have a^.eeat: in  :p 1 h e^n ext, a nd fresh *m en ��������� m iglf) t be fs t u in ed in  jhe, interest of".;..,the���������':Dominion Government  ��������� Taib������?r tb������n those having tbe% interest of tbe  g     .Province/at lieartv iJitall probability the bi|i  would hot affect a-dozen or a score of persons.   Men, holding la rge,rai hy ay con tracts  sbdiild certainly not have seats in the House,  ' pwlhey:would be tinder, the control of the  Pnmtoiotf Government."   "   f       ' j  The bill was opposed by ^Messrs. Holbrook-r  ; BobFuh] Mara; W. A. Robertsbni Tolmie, and  \ Brown. - The principal /(arguments- offered  against -tire'-'measure  were, that  it   would  gh u t oil t fro lii Me H ouse oy ery-4 man of eh ergy  a nd enterprise ;in. t he Pro vi n ce ^ that it wo a 1 d  iafiect no ton ly ��������� Do mi nio n con t rac tors,   but  also traders supplying goods arid-farmers snp-j  plving farm produce. . Mr Walkem dtsppsedj  pf _the; latter objection by informing the op-;  ponents of ihe measure tbat it only aypJied[  to the holders df continuous contracts ;  tbati  tne contracts must be of an executory naturej  -���������that is, that something remained to ibe done  ,|>y the contractor for the Government, in re  :&$&d $ vbM lbs Utter w������ul4 bavs a Wfl-  IRISH VHOMORr ff ......  (i The. Ad ventures of Mick;* Calligfiin, M.Py  i^iKV ������JxMshe d; in ]Eb nd on; *J Iii^ t he -l c p ti reel/ pi,  evenis Mick'gives'nssrstance-^'a^m  pl^s^ tp[^arJ������e.tr&.Sb?ft ;tb*y^g(t  i nito a ea ti ng ho tis&^a p d o n e of t hem. t ak es u p  ^ di r ty ^newsp aporpwhu Wh h  $i?0J������mm,,&*& Larry. >p Begorra  that  minds nip a,v:Mipky^Sf urpby>and D&ri Coiluis,-  two^fritwfajy#pjnentha:t cbin^ ve^tio BrigIknd*  forV tbtei .rap.ip ��������� av ,t.be haryjst^au (, was walItitig;  onrthVquay,slin Mbis; town<? ^ahV moindj yef,  now^Danhy/had^niyer ]^eip  Micky had ni ver'been. out<o,0t fie car; rWaJuli.d'.  Ithe Jown, o'Tip'peraiyr. wThe^wpr>Jhat; lijun*  gry  after tho vyiage. (hoy didirt.know w.bat-  to do at all, at all,' whin ;Danny sees * Ris-  torant' wrut'up^ove^rflhppfl^^ee now,' !sez  he,4 that's a^pmdVfto'aCe^;K.^ti^-in they bisth  gpiss^,,A!n?;tbin, wicgthey see^tbefwaither wid  actow.oljoSe'r-.Lis- arm, ^a u^ sez Danny, sez^he.  4 What can we get to a>*7 '^Anything at all/  sezi tbe^S8Be|^ JPhm bring a^plate of maie^  sez ^Danriy. % So in; com es thei wait her w itlr a  pjate-o^mate a^n^  ���������an^mbind^ye ribw,:natbuf Micky nor Danny  bad * over ^tseen ^usj^ard^enpre tiiif Si 11 heir  born -frays". *'Wha.t?.s... to,/ pay for the mate V  sez l^anny.^^^  fAn^wbOT ��������� (hat;,.}sez he^pointing ^to ?tbe���������  bowl,. * That's mustard^ rmezr -rthe ^waither^  ...?Kh?: ~ whatTdOHyou^do ?witb It?* f' Yez atb it  wid thpjEna;te, tp.jje.sure.',PAt& what's lo pay  Igor;it?'J[ 1'JJp.tbin;:suril sez the"waitheri Thin  D^iry looks: at Micky^ nn^Micky; looks at  :Dahpy;|a:ffi ^hey^bo4b ^inkil:'/Whin |the  ���������waiftior ;tu rued his baek,M sez'' Daniny, .-.* Sfee,-  here^jiQW,; M|pky,^ sez^hel^?lKtelisye whal  ;;V;w^ni;ppckei^he^mat^  NOTICE IS flEREBriGIVSNTHA^Tte  l~i������? ' ���������<t*.^''���������"        S&'-vtW .       4k-������. ���������rfR'-_*���������*?'*��������� =<*������������������*���������,   .���������������:���������������';'"��������� ������������������*��������� ���������  : LANDS IN TH 15 NEW WESTMINSTER^  '/��������� '���������'"'^PPPI'.^PISTRICT^ yrpp, --1/.'' ::  offered for" sale* by Public Auction on'the������8th March  and nnsold, are how opyii' forsaju at the rate. of 1; ��������� i -  ^C^G^Bi{DdLi^^i^it^efeE.: J ?.!~  onCrtbe;fPlJpvfing terras;vizijr^A d^oait^^JBb^cents  per,acre to'ho.^Sd'ojQ^a'^nlicationi nnd/tno bufanco iu  twolve.monttJ8?^-i^ilii'j^      '-.--ty ������������������'       - ..py'iA??  . ���������   ���������'>   ,",v' '   ROBEBT BSATEN.t"Kri  r'>>���������?..h~^ Ghlcf0omrntasirniar^r^ianda and Works:  a and^W^rk^D-'p^rtrnftu^t^^v':>-���������."'��������� -.,-.���������yj'fwi*;}.  Yictorh, March 20, 1876.  ^Vi5r OopUi rcce I red "an d: ������ fored J n FIRE-P t> ������fttt  ^CpjLliAK.v'anil-;iibwal adyances ihadfton satiij ?  reusonabio rates.  ������P10  s 'Mguj^M^- W;3? ;bs!  WHARF'-S-TREEf,- VICTORIA,  VMMMMM>m.:& di  JTh.0 pries vof nBoard^at .^thiii^rRe aiaur an t bm  .< -   ^ -   " ���������! 'jbeenj reduped to  Eight^Dollars PteWeei  ^*SI^<3iis; MKALSi -,".-   FIF0"CENli-  .  :'������/.-: ^BEDS, ,���������   FIFTY- OKNT**^^..'.;'  ^p?yp:  ., .���������     ������ i^rehaniis  . an(|. Inapqrter^  ^���������bfen'p^jr^i^-J;'  ^. B.EEF ���������" A riff MUT^N-'  p^di3ll^t<^iS^       'per lb  'EC-si  ^:0i4l-J;  s������/:-Jci'  ^SOLE^AGiSglTSj FOK  ^DUTTEi&;:r'f;  % $rSn*f������ ������y~ p:,       ?  PPPyPA&ByAIfo  f.t^St^Qr-'l-W"' bs.  ^/^U:c^r|t$'.;p^r ii>.;;  kinds or,;  '<ppp- ^^s:M.  f ^fvB.-^-Tliis Patent is secured for the United  States^ Cauada^Bngland and Germany. - k  'P       * ���������       apio     ; (  de*  WALKER.  1" ^Barkerville..  m  .'V'^  we^l^o^wS.      J^^^Tian^e jbe stutr*they gtv^s foriiotbin^  an^wid:tbat^c|y;;r^  hahkercher>Mrputs it in the crowo av his  hat; ������������������ an* Danny he kep stirrin^upltheJmust  hard^anVaftJhiBr, a, ^hilejie ^ppensi bis mouth  an' .:.tttkea'f ��������� a: great' :do Llpp a v it.   Do wn {joes  hilhead,;anVthe,tearskepJ;runni^  avhiseyes-  'Danny, lad,' sez Micky, * what  does be tb^matbertwid ye V Danny wouldn't  let out at all. ���������..' But/ sez he,'.whiniver I think  o' the death o' me poor^^ great-grand fa the r������  that were kilt at the^battle 6> thVBoyne I  can^t kape;from cryin'-at ail.'   ������������������Don't" take  on wid ye like that/ sez Micky. ;��������������������������� Hefe, now  we're'over in "Eoffl and, ah'.'We'll make a  power p' money at the rapinJ before the har-  vist's over/   AH this,toime Danny he was  stivri-nVtfaQ musthard, and he bands the spoon  to Mieky.   He takes a big spoonful too, and  the tears came runnin' down his nose. Danny  wakes/-itfg a*'MJcky/lsez ho, ' what 'does'be  the master wid y&V   < Fuicks*/ sez  Micky  Wm cryin' because ye warn't kilt along wid  yer great-grandfather at the  battle o' the  Boyne V   Ha I ha 1 ha 1 begorra. be gave hiiri  a rowlint for his iiliphant thai .toimeT'  p -^ i  Will be-rnffle^ at"ibi YULCA%,SALOON  STAN LEy;/on-Saturday  t tl001chances;! $5^-a chnhce;r ^The'��������� Mgbeflt  th ro w ;t6^ take l h & Ri tig & h e^j o' west^l he' Pi n H  nBoth articles;^r&'fira^bfas^  pne^fibeimodt^alnable;in^thticoVntry.'"!f:. |?  Tickets cah be obtaiaed^a11he yulean &*���������  loon, and of Joseph Dem  BafkerYille fe^RioMeld,'  Importer a^&JQealer in  PmPP^^Gmsimn-  .������.���������*  ���������������WHICH HE'WILTijSELL  >-^!ieap Tor- Cash..  'p~- -,. ;. vTu.ff--*-*��������� "-"r :��������� -������  PUBLIC  i-ir  VTOTfOE IS HEREBY GI7EN that,a IJa> of-all po'r  dS'i Bims'witMIn the Richfield; I'j'ghtninj������ and'Quca.  u c I raoa th Pol i J ng Divisions of th of ��������� Cari bioo i)i8ii let  who/ar������ liable to pay Road Tax for-the.year 1876  can be eeen at the f01owing/placiBi:���������/.%.a ,; -,;;'/  '     "Court House/ Richflold.- '-'.v. -   \,n\.i )��������������������������� ���������- 'v;  Telegrnph Olfico, Van Winkle,.-.  _ ;   .......   pust Office; Quesnehhodth.       "r..'/'. .  '.X/..'���������;'     C^AMJES LIKD9AV,  Collector.  .  Barkerville,..Feb. 8tb, I875; ������������������ ���������;,--.',:  Esqhmalt Dry Dock.���������The following are  the dimensions settled upon :���������Length for  coping. \^C feefc; length' for floor, 370 feet;  width for coping, 90 feat; width for floor, 45  feet; width for entrance, 0.5 feet. The last  meaaiirement may be subject to'some vari  aiion, depending on the caisson which may  hereafter be adopted.. Midship sections of the  Nelson and Northampton armor-clad vessels  hare been taken as a guide for the altars of I  thedooki -  T  NOTICR IS RERRBY/ .GIVEN that a List of all per-  ���������  sens within.tho   ���������        : ":  r  liffiLOOKr BivtsiON y'"-���������'��������� p:  he LiUooet ojstnov who are ihbfo to pay. Road Taj  the year IS 3 o can' bo seen, at my offic-V daily,       *  ;������������������:     ".      ":.,;.'/.;' ,'������������������".'A;/W..SJIITII.   j  r ������nk^������i  t ��������� ���������������������������!������ Uw Assessor and Collector. I  Jullooet, Jan. 9,1ST5. ?  of th  for  PUBLIC   NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBV GfV:EN* that a List of all per-  sons within the District of Clinton .and Williams  Lake Division' of the'Cariboo Diitrict who are liable  to pay Road Tax for-tlie year 1875 has been posted at  tho following places: .  ,( . ,  Court,House, Clinton. ] ���������  Mr Ycntes?,-So'laCruolc.. .   r.������������������:���������'���������  Post Office,.150 Mile Hmio.  Post Office, Dog Cro e&,   ;  THADDEDS HA-RPEIt,  tlia'dn, fAti-MiUiJ,  CV B, ppPR,  J UflTec'bor.  LA DIES1 & CHILDREN'S WINTER BOOTS  GENT^S, htiim$> & CHiLDREN'S BOBBER OVERSHOES.v, r :"���������  TWEED WAtERpkOOK "CLOTH, FOB  LADIES' DRESSkS;  CHILDREN'S MITTS & OLOTES.  LADIES' HOODS 4 CLOUDS, BLACl  VELVET HATS, ROSE, Ac, &o.|  I will during the winter receive other Goodi  selected from-.tbebesl Houses in Tictoria>  ^^ All orders from outlying aintriels  promptly attended to and Ihanklulljf received.        .,���������-,.���������:.������������������..���������   ,-���������;,  >v: ���������-vv v���������  tlie above ������odds  Barkervlllo; Dec. A.  deft  si  '-v.v ���������''        ' '/- ,   -  ,|-���������v'.;. ,'V-:.  &MpPP:-;pP������:  vi..  "*'-*?-.**���������"  ���������~,.^.wwiiawi>iwi^^(.|aaHBBm.ifek^^y^Wh^^ lii  fiiK51gMai!������tt  vr> '4 s^ih^Sx^  ''' -i'���������? * QaSsnelmouth,.rAp r^J8^ A p<?ur twaslheld  , ^ riore this morning )^:ii0g$ /Sain<l era, nnd ' a  .   ?'' *() Xix^o^^^ji^i^W^Mj^x e-irl ri ri (h-s^nprj so h -;  ineift wiih -1 Iiard laborSfor steal i off a aliovet  J&pfa?  .ifrK  iy ������������������>  JS-.  .from .Mir Barlow.  ;..,':,::;;:;:;S^^^b^jieeic...,   ..  '" ������������������ /CacheVCre||;p:]ji:iJ^9.^M;r' W?IL Yvrii ..  r>perntor, at jhii^place~f6 r tlie pas tf three yirfanf'J.  Ii a s^sigotyi^an^ jyj 11J pa v$ o^ne^t' Ex press  y������rV^Ute/i.Smi'iiil^D&TJni^ his-^Stfey*-'here  Mi*;  '.��������� Wriglit has made' ��������� many friehdfirwba>djfefejt  Mjijs^opajtoe^. %Pf3\ f;3^-^pzP^l^p-\  ' '"'��������� ���������*Several i(re}ght itoams ; start> /nut pf winter;  q yuiyjfpffor^Yalethin;week/ ���������. -Roads in gpod  returns; ft^th  sij^ntnher^^  "i>^ndin^'qiiarfJr:r^i^'iaV^yiStafc.;?4"r-\'?:'i',^. \ -';��������� :'."!  'The ^stearaer Oalifor^a^ arrived' m? Esquimau .harbbr'at4,o?cinek yeeterday afternoon  passengers from Wrangei':!~ ifr:M cKay:' HiB.C;  whov&jy&ralY^i^^ ���������������������������   "    ' " " 1;.,^  Advices:froin^Deise creek sare lip tcf 22d  ;^|irniary^at?whTch-Jdate lhere wat three! feef  wC'Spowion&ihe cr^efe   Several5mniers! had  M.  ���������:V.f!  ��������� rispu jriyer;yeeterday,  TbelGeraf^nrrived-^dd  ^''l^rtthl^m^ni^  <... -vi 11 not'Be able to*make ^te*untilfthp* river  ..���������.;:^.Jiii������.;?riseiiVt-ccift������iiIt?i^  -   ' lo weivt hu^'it; bu������iJheilh;iliiB : wlnterS'No'' mail  r iarkj/in^������Tjjhm%^hi|e,'-jr., and -- three cl il  <lren^.lJ.,J0^  MRiEDGAR'S INSTRUCTIONS;  MRt MACKKKZiKI TO MU;; Bp(SR; j(^XFri>KNi:iAL)[  *'*-^% ^% ^^^AivX;^b,Tl9l'a874H!"  Tlr Dkxr Siji.^���������Iri your*eoiiveraations: with  leading: then in-and out of the Governraenf !pf  Go lii in Vifty }L w;iII be ,weU* tp; 1������t th em un der-,-  atand thatfln ^i>6m^ time  thail is^ provitieU;i$yd^  w% are' actuated Solely -by aa ur^nt^besSity^t  that we %r6''as;ija'ii-xiiViis^aa-'^  the ubjecjfsought* hy al 1���������the1 early' ^ohslruc-'  ^io.inof;'the road? ^^p^P^p ^^uP::^~'^lvu:*  i.%; We. arivhfl wo ver; s,d Vised- hyJon^ngi^ieM,  (ha t; iit isl aVp hysical^ itupiossibi I i ty^tffconslruc^  theTOad inUhat time���������ihafis^wlthmihe ^iine  wlHingtiMsUria^cept a prognisiiiba to extend  the"^ tlims J tor gftiii i djh|.|lg x^ad^yoa will endeavor to obtain so me propoihi tiou frcira themi  directly or indirectly, and communidate! lHis  to lis by cipher'tetegraph^at once. " ; I  .., If, on tfie other^ handv th^ n^ke prjndjcate  %o;pranf^i!ioti* jpn^^ii^ielegrapfi "touts' what  youAtSibfe-^o^ldbe^ftcoSp waiti^l  rej?^jhe|^e.,m^ln^^y,pf^ V ������o5  t/In'thie*eyeni of the leadUi^m^^Vinetng a  disposition to negotiate, yo it will endeavor to  gene  acco  heenf frost bitten, goihg^vr|iV^lacK?ack|aod ^cure|i|p^aHtMngfHKe^ coiiilKtiatibn of, !pat^  ptbersdwhoihad'b^e-liriirb^eblibg'on Deloire, ties to 8anctiouranx propositi^, likely to be  liad ^airived ^n ^pease^cre^ ft^MU~v-������-ki������&&~ii n������.. w ;^ ' - - ^ -^     z    i  kM itis thoi^h^dig|mgs?-fia^^emrslruck^  ���������*.'^rMr iJ.��������� -.ip.- Kdgar is ^cbh|rnbtb;f ��������� for the coti^  fltrucUoncbf ^the Georgian- Bay "branch'of' the^  :Gttn\tdiani Pacific'Rail road.f   ;l J:"' ^J;i-^;  ���������te������^-,  :Hit^iUb������^^HEthary^  mean8^f4s^rtain1n^^HS'pb^  Rail way ;^ques^ion^4 \Tbi^ m^y jlie^dqne! by'  m i ng) iilg Hmb^tb mpeopljs^M lb w).ng|th eW'  'Jo gpi'aMfe^J,;;^  ingi ih^akitf^mpre^si^  ^ ayibsri mprws^d \b ^ :r^^  atlptis VatherHban t^general ^  ^Jfcwiil be^w^f^5^^;!;c^uflae't ^tb  th8; v itii n i tyf of ;jl be^ "Govern m ent- ofSces^qriVic*  toriajbnt ;Jo^ross*Vo i^mBiil^nd ^nd^ meet  I w ith Vthe}^jKp!S;|:ijt' vVj^es.t^il tiat'er^. arjd^ri&er  .������������������T������ou������|w ill -tftkipi; sp eciatcafe^nptlto^a^mifcin'  'titty< way that .srfe: a're^boWnd to.]  w*ayl to^squiimal? oi%any rother j  build the TilU  acer.pn;, the  W- ^nxw^H^ThomaH^ wife, fe  ;��������� 3 / irius^fh^G^'Liuief C#. tic Don aid; Sir  : 1) rk*iemvA. J^{cT^ahi,ahd..^{fe^.\ Aluuroe,  J Tj Jilnffer'msin! and'To nrsteer������ee.   *"���������     I ,.  v. rM-.Vii'cturij(i|?.:Ap>.jl?OpTlM'iSlaodardl������fef4b&  irdeK :,^.*3foii* can^oihll������nntli������t .Jthir 3iiKyeysj  ;ft> rx itheiln terco J o nial liailway were lb?*^d u! ihf  ; l$^4y aud tjjje work carriellptr^  ^Ver^.riii'do^and^al tbougli tlieKuinios}fexpejlu  leg  ,ijine<3 'the������,tengiK-i'throiighr ar^pouTttrj al 1'hat,  tqtuliyinnfeeltledl ��������������������������� ^ r'^vf ^"p*   ^   ^ '\    ,  % . ,Yi 41! wi II pot nt "out* ih a 1������I ^isibec:wa so:; we: d e ���������!  jMr������> to;act> in.'good"ijtitlr^|owards i.Goiuxnbia������  jwjotir iuabjliiy^ojtoirry  \M bV-'ofe5 th^L^i'mS^.  m rtfisja1 del eg aiidh to di s'ciisa;" matter: here; ;|. i f;  ehid^liie t th#' case;i'y6u(wiu^ttii.remain until  we bhal 1 communicale,vyUh,yo.ti,tv.������,;(,,; ,*.f > r  5 fcs ������oi i *w if 1 Hako'fe ve r v7:bj) po r, AJn ity; 'of ^ri o tin g  itbVvari&it^ wxiixpp''' ������  btiMtielq^in^accorSance^ flfc instructv  ���������(���������-JSirii'As-i'i'i-,^-.:'^.?^-'.' /:''Va ' -' '������������������"��������� ������������������'���������'���������s--v ���������'   ������  Dominion  uctions-j'tnat  'will b'c!:ieht,.1  I'am^c.  8^1:  v'^'{>j -  U-.V:M"  ;ffl-'j  ��������� '���������������< ;i* ^ Sr-   ''(Sigheii) ,/,a: MAGKkxzrE. y,  !^'^l';Sboje^ i^inatructionslfe to iMr^Bagar5  ^avprfyery^.' much  of.; ^duplicity ?and  low  v   ���������; ^Victoriay/Apri]:,7^-ln ,the,-House to';day  *"iir\ost' fi^arti-"..of. Jlierlirhe was iakeiriip-by'the  ' /d i^cti?sion. 6n ?-Jhe ^raVing^Docktquesiiun.���������!  ;. ;Th etb ill >wae flh aj ly rep or ted. co i^plete' wi th -  ;o 11, rtih>ndmvnt81:,rTlie flest clause������of the bijl  >  V^adHias -iojlpwft::?: No tWiihsitinding any thing  ,/i.coutiiinedin?any Act <or''.anlUority. it fMX b.*1  t, l.ovfnl hirtit^Tii^iiienant GovornorMaGouneil.  f f>rri;J?nit*:;trv tini^: toiyiaiVrjly ^:f<������r/? a ������*^; rec������*ivjc?  ; ^Tr^ tlie  ������ &* ���������������raji|e������? of in te rest at ihe Vatfr ()f o "j( jir cent.  ;  "- t*wrannu  z>4tf the'works-, a stim hot;-.exceeding) "^10^000;  : ������je.rIihgjkaj-may, _?.b������:r*������q11iredvfor��������� thV' conVtHnd \  :. tiori (������f,a Brat class graying dock at E^qujmali;  ''iriM providedvfey; the'\teif'inS.jVfi.ilie=iCitil������r_orr���������*liir  ������������������' ^iieen^in^f^hcit for ihe atl'missioh*of:I>itisp!  !^!^JoJiimbia:.>^iatoo: the  tjiiion ;v:;pueh':;mfms'.?)vf:  P)non������y not exceedinjt/id: .the- whole^V$250.0b(>  *:iw ?tnty ��������� be'phjH ;^'!t^e^Gji^ernpr General in  Council^of ^(K&I^miuipn upon certificates of  it he ���������.pi^ere'.ss'iOjf theL.work;': ��������� ;���������.' S' i ]  '.... Mr.\V. A. Ro bertso n p:ave ri pi. ioe^ ih a t\- h|  won Ids aak. JtherAflprn^yGreneral; if "ihe^Govj  ermherif in tended placing a sum on the- Esth  ni a t ea fo r c pllycting. s pec i mens ������of mine ra Is;  ttmber, nnd other p rod ucts, tov be fn r ward ed  lo tlie Centennial Exhibition at rhiladelphiai  'P Matiqui, April 10���������From Standard of April  7tb:    ,  A ,qnan ti ty : of ��������� cement1 for; the Dry ��������� Dock  arrived on Saturday by th������ Harvest Horn*  . 4 r o m \ JBng I and. Tenders for co list r it c j|p h are  *jn)y awaiting the passing of the; Estimates,  which the talking brigade are see Ii ing to re-  t-trdi-;',;.'   ]\  Ba ri\ es? claim has b ee n agai n be fore the  House and ruled out of order: :   .; A resoIu tion w^s, submitted :;by Mr ITum-  ptireys praying for addiiional polling places  a t' 11 a i c ree k, Lii I ooe t H istri 61.  Mr Smith asked the Government the follow  ing question : If steps have been taken with  regard to tie establishment of a; military  post at Kamloops or Okanagaii ?     '  Dr. Ash replied that the address of the  ���������Ho u s e o.n th e snbj ec t h ad b ee n for wa rded t o  the Dominion Government/ but no answer  had been received. ,.'.��������� C  .: -   ���������  *18^ 1 '������P AiHihg frptn; a^lesire' 1,o;s'dealJ Trarikj y,  and honestiyjwit|i^ Columbia  w h at! we ecu Id   do k t o ��������� ,affi tr< 1, atvthe ear liest  posstblt^d^e, some meansi of travel across toe  o dt r^ut, r^reliirunaryJo( andf  complete.'HDe of, railway..,,, _,'     ��������� ., * ���������': -n-j ./  ' \: Totf - wil l ;]������) % t.ypii t. lb al, ] as; p a r t,:o f; the \ &pu  iriiuiohyiif ��������� Sg*" dsf'tmiibiyv!u-^'t^������lrT :intejrje$'tf ^aii ;* |o.r  ivurs jtji 'pn'rsii^f a ^;Ca^^i:U^jildic.|pas^/p>Hc^ ;  eils^> that ih-as^tiiiiiug! a ;deposition fin spite  of alJ! ��������� i'eas������ c i j j foci h sist 0 np ipy dssi hx\ \ ti esV-1 b ey  are';onMy;sej!tirtg at defiance-all-the;^stlof tbti  SJomirvioh and Mie.!aw������ of.naluro. l-t;-.' .?n.,\  '*": Th Hit i jy;' ins is Jin g! p n, (he. ^ppunid^pf: flesh ?-:  Vhey.wil I; o ri] y\s ti in ii 1 a te -a yjjeeli ng paj thpf part  t \ tf f n T(J,-.. rJJO?KHN onr.c?fc>', - ,��������� ';,  ���������^The-acafctt* of water prevents Sseme of tho  claims ^pn^ConkUniignleh $ftPro weeing *~-  Stewart and Macdpnald^ had 20^b ^ tl o  ^d^eVpf^e^week ^an d$ I)^^j@irSm prei* rni  appearances the claim, will"yield,a good gtaa'������  to  owners^  - ,.:;i.^..$>;45,,|ja-r^-.w  Barker ? oo. ar������  ^������������������.���������.������������������"������������������:"<>V;"^--;i..-:.  ���������] On. ;TCUl!am������V'iri&S- ?tiiP  g^%^0������MbflttSr f ayX Mor^aH^I^liifekiacI  McKenna;are/taking;pufc good pay.    1  _:<va ^ ��������� B^.; ' ^c|^g^jsai^^        ���������' ������������������  VanWinkleco. 130 oz, last week audv5$ as*  jy^fifo^YancouVei&do^ 102 *oz, last week^  Vulbati cpi 42;oz. last week,30 oz. on Wed*  nesday ;; Gpste)lo& oz. -ow WftdiWsday, pi oi*  pocUhg^intleJ:l������ltdr^hVlaiKr,",s5end of this  M ���������  '������������������"���������& .  week,  1?'. O   * k  ���������f ^,-  Investmbkt.  ���������V,  CommU-  Mr Hob son gave notice that he would, move  for increased mail communication between  Victoria, Nanaimo and other places hi Qull  of Georgia.-  A very gratifying increase in: the Customs  ten*aue of tho."Province is manifest  byihe  bound , to reach ..the seaboard pl^jlbp*?ax>ifie).  on lyl rio[i yjctor^ia JprEsciiiijnaU^and yon wil 1  'convey ^nfih ti in all 6jr't/):in,em^ha^any'ftulheiv  Extension vbeyprid tl^ ;heacl;-waters:;oftthe .<Ef.iite  InJet^or ^atev^'ot^  waters' m ay b e, reach ed, >may, do p en d en ti rej y  |Sflr the's pi ri t eti" o w h bTy the insel Ves i n. a6sen ti ng!  Ii a reaso nab I e, ex te o s io o 61 ti m e o r a m od i fi ������������������  ca t i on o f the,, Je r nis"! o ri gi ua.1 |yv ag reed to. . -:��������� i.  You,williailso put'thenitin remembrance of  >the ; tor ms they- t hemsol ves:* p rdpWsed, wJi i ch  :tormswere assented-itf by-tlieir Local Legis-  lafctire, and point out that it was only the insanec act of the Admihistration: here w^hicb  g������ve such conditions of Cnioh to Britisli Co*  lumbhi; that it culd only have been because  that Administration sought additional hi elans  of procuring extensive patronag^inimediateiy  betoresthe general election, and saw. in coining  contests the means of carrying the elections.  that the Province obtained, on paper, terms  which at the time were known to be impossible of fulfilment'. -; ���������' p']/-\ ;f;".'V .:;' j  If you find any favorabIndisposition; among  the leading" men of: the Province towards1  affording a generous consideration to tho obvious necessity of-giving-"a sufficient time for;  pushing the road through 'Columbia, you wTHj  endeavor to ^ascertain what value they attach!  to such, consideration.   .��������� ������������������ * -,   ..;. ������������������ ���������" .    >;";..:'?  : Von will point out that the action of this  Government in the matter of /the Graving  Dock, and the agreement to advance in cash  the balance of the amount of.debt with js.hich  Columbia1 was'alio w������d to. eater theJoon fed"������^  atiori. showed'that'it w������s not cputsiderin^  itself bound.to the exucfc Terms of Union, but  was willing to go beyond theni ^hen the  necessities of th'3 Province seemed to Ikrnand  such action, and., that we not unnaturally  .purposebof: Jippdwinfti ng and humbji^gingHjie  pepple,i hot fo r-^tb'e p itrpbse :bf;'entering into  nefeptiatiobs' w:itrir tho: Pro vihci^ S5o verb nieh t  for th*'1 adjustment: "of the railway dispute-  Ther^!^s| opinion:'-6frDipmedpin*?tho*!p14Iplay  -pi *^Trplte��������� and;Cressi/ia^^yery.;aptly^applies  ;-tO|vtha4\ j!ist and* gen;erbns^ 0antf45an'^retnfer  ;in-cpnhectioniwitii/itlie fiiffiim^dt^f^he;^rjng  -iof '���������(Urii*nH: W\i\i:AGoluaibiS^' ��������������� fi^ wit^s^rfd  his: m?6uth; and .; promisetlike, Brablerlutne  houind|;vbut .when, be.:performs,-astronbm*rs  foretelI-iti ��������� itfs prodtgioua; theriB will befsoirie  change;Ttb'osun borrows'of ,the;mopti'when  Dmmed keeps his word.^;- .- ���������&���������������������������������:-wxw v  l!''*'  ������������������ ?-;'J^  '���������"-"���������" -."���������": J-;-'- -'������������������   ������������������j^^::,i^ '  : VThj|5;N|5W;Postal-LA^TTTba.fellowing are  spme^dKthejprbyisipnsvof the "ne'wpostaf'law  which ^ wilP prPbahjy gp in to | effect pn^he! 1st  oFMay ; - ?"Er^^y ment^^  .,AH-jeii^rs fea%smit-t]9d^by .post^for any dis.  iaope ?$thin ^Canada ^shal^ lie char^eld one  uniforni'"!-'rat-e -df;-3;:c^n'tsper'half 6urice;'any.  fractiod of a half ouncie_beihg chargeabIe ni?  a pelf ounce. The rate for. newspapers or  periodical 'pu 61 icatio ns priu ted i a Cahada, is  sued hot less frequently than once, a month,  and posted ���������and addressed to. regular sub;  scrihors or news agents, shall bo I cent for  each pound weight��������� 6r fractiori' of ci; pouiid  . we i gh t, t o be- prep aid by;' p p.s tags ' fi tap ps; o i  p th e r w ise as' , t he Pps tnii as te r\ Gene ra 1 may  direct. When a paper is sent singly 41 must  be prepaid with a half cent stamp. Samples,  documents^ roots,J grafts, niaps, &C7 wHl .be  charged 1 cent per '4 oz., .provided the ends  of the' pack ago are; n o fc. co vjBied. v; W hen aj  fetter is apt prepaid it shall bo -returned,;  when practicable, tb-the sender. ;'���������;.!' /--.'"iv. '  PpLtcifl CounT.���������An-assault case, ��������� in which,  the complainant received a blow on bis arm  from a bar pf������ iren, and- the defen<tant a; black  eye, was tried b efore Judge, Sanders on', Mpn (  day.! The trouble was caused by the free use  of expletives i>y both parties, and they  were bound over to keep the peace.'   .'     .;  CrAiM^ rpR SALE.~!Several good claims be-  l!oi^ng;ie the estate -.qf the, jate Wesley Hal I,  The.Chief  sio n er of tan 83 ;ab d xWoiiea $M v es ho lice th a t  the .lands-in tli^. JJew Westniinster^Blsirict  lately ^flerjfel^fqr- s^le iby������puol ra^aucttpn and  unsbldj" are'n q w^> jjgn* fortaal e" a t ;thev ra te of'  one dollar;^ec!apre^ii,lhe fpllp  a deposi t of f5'0 ��������� den ts pfer* aere to b e b aid on  Bppiicajtionv;audvthe balance;in-12rmpatbs.   ���������  Cou|Tr Counrfei:'number of cases were  hejai������;iMfor^  In one case���������a j'udgmenL.fiummons -the der  4wnda^t^nAtJ|)UtUngvio^aniappearancetwaJ  committed; to Jail -for forty days fprcpu tern n t  /ot* CodrO'EThe otfiePteaseswerom  ontiof: Court or jtidgmeht ebbfessed c >v' ,  New VicTOtti^^nisJ^Otir^oId Howrismsn,  ^P^Reuifelpr/^as^o  h6ifte-iff\r^  Jon g exp enence^ an a i n ti m ate <.?-kno wl edge of  t e reqniremen'Sjof th^lrade of theProvit������co  will so on pi ac e-lfao n ew S r m ih the firs t raafe'  of ^ictoi ia -business boitaoar������. i H- It  A pRiVATfi lelterT-recelyed In: town says  that- MrJohn^Mafr; nas^setfied do wn in Ast'o  i ia, Or ego n .ciand isX memb ers* of ��������� t b e, weal thy  prni ef :A^ Booth ^JCb., imck^rs andwhelesala  ^dealersAhL salmon^- &&> Mr.Adair^s friends^  will be gkd: to hear that ho i3-prospeiiagi-  ^ FiwnXyi^aa a gehnine;sptiag;day,and^after  fche^unf leasantfweather ytjti hai^e^aji lately;������  fine^day catfbtffappreciated^ ^TlKfnpw^pn.  the r6ads is ge tling- softj ind 5'froi^ling "is a-  difficult liaatter, ;^hw fore^  somoVliburs: " ^ 'f.^'P '��������� "'' "\ '' V '-'  Cabin, Robbep,-^A /cabiii on ���������* lightning  creek, occupied; 'by ^William and 'John Bell,  was broken inib' on:Tuesday ;last;^ahd5$400 la  money and a gtJld watch stolea therefrom..  ���������.���������^IibjaMcs^T^^fnMn; pf:^nsouM;^ind^-i  white/man :{Martin ^Cluliey) and a CfiiQaman.  --~wi|L-?.be- seni ite Ji|������e;JProyia;b|aii LunaliO;  Asylumi;aV Victoria by next .Express... ^  ^- &k I^sft&i^ljr. Cbipp has been placed  inpbarge of the^Caribop Hospitali ��������� ��������� :^J;^  ; j-Fi?esh Beep.-tAs fewVhead *f" Ibeef cattl^_  ;are:-ex^ecJedin^to-niorrpw.-v^i ?,-;.-��������� -7^: *'**'������ :-  Barkaiid & Co.*s: Express, with ������tbe {mails,  arrived'al'^o^fpdk'th is aifcernoori������;^v ���������  ���������cO  jij ":,;  ���������  1"-.'./  ;l ,''���������'���������:* f'  ���������,.:;:|jl|...  ;-'ll|:  ;V"'.,iL':',-  ' ".' :"?'  ���������>SSI  '   .' .y  ^S  .���������/V't'."  ^.Brrkrlet, September, ISC9^Gentleme������.  I^feeLUa^duty I owe to- you to-express^ my  gratitude for the;greatKehefit I baye derived,  'by taking * Nor tones'Camomile P|jls.r. I applied to your agent, Mr Belly- Berlceley,>for.  the abo ve^narried Pit Is, for wind, in thPlstpm -  uch, from whi ch,1 .suffered, ercruciating pai a  for a length- of; time, having tried, nearly  every- remedy prescribed, but withotit ileriv-  ing any benefit at all. Af% taking two.  bottle^ of your valuable Pills, I was quite.  res to red1 to my usual stale of health. : Please  give this publicity for the bouefifc of thoso  who may ho thus afilicted.���������1 atn,sir,;truiy  yours, IiENUV Alu������ass.���������To the Proprietors *  by Norton's Camomile Pills.'7  NoTiCB.���������Mr Lindsay, of Van Winkfe, will,  act as age tit for the Sextlvbl on Lightning  Creek, and all orders left with thatgontjemeia  will be promptly attended to.    Parties at  ibe-lower end or Lightning desirous of subscribing, will please lea ve- their orders at Mo  Derraott's, Stanley;    Sent by , Mail t'p sub  scriber������r jit. the;^r^te of $1 ��������� per month, pay  able ih advance.       : '  peotsimUar.acttoa oa.the parti of tb������ Province t are offered for aale.   See advertisement,  m  ' ��������� "li  -M  -Si  X. *ffcSG2LLAtfS0rjS.  /?/ ���������   LIGHTNING CREEK,  Has on band a choice stock ������f      . :  Prrisidns,; G^o������tiei^  NOTICES.  NOTICES  vfcithhewlUeelV-"'.''/"���������".      V(-^ -':.<���������,    ������������������.;'.^  WHOLESALE A*?D RETAIL AS CHEAP  . .P: AS THE CHEAPEST. ;- - pP  \jp*\ ������������������������������������:��������� /; ,anl   ������������������������������������ ^      -...)������������������  J^QTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE  *V toO������*iQ������ are .the Boundaries of the  Land Recording Districts in the Province of  British Columbian . - ���������������������������������������������>   --       ���������  ���������'- --������������������-J  ���������. v...    :������������������: .';-;.������������������..   ,���������..���������;: ...... r     ���������   '     I  ;,; VNE^ WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.  toral District, rbeing also the North-East corner of New Westminster District; thence fol-  lowing the'Northern and Eastern boundaries  f of the Tale/ Land, Record tog Division to the  I point of copmencegaeat.  NOTICES.  of North Latitude ; on the East by ihiT^  Meridian of West Longitude ; on t 1 n <th  by  the  60tb Parallel ;%nd on &***  i>IYiSION).    ..ltJ : Lands and Works6ffice.:: **  Christinas Presents^  i;,y A:^ecli^ ��������� '^  D J a r i ������ s v 111 us.t r at e d  ft0LI>   PKNS;   iFANGX TsTATfONBRT;  ^^f^RTO^ ;. ���������'���������  i' . ���������'r"' 'Pyfi^:&j$ffi '-���������!  " urn >  P" ARTIES /^INTENDING--l" TO" -v\ A VlAIli  themeelvesof tho new.Mining ,LaW and "to put  entit their Ground, can hire the Stirrer of the same  .. *$& H*i* niade byaddreisTng ���������  '��������� - - -   ������������������'���������'���������'  u  {LILLOOET   WSTSiCt,  rf*.utrtio������*, v iu?? fuuuwmg tanas situate-in. tpe  District of Ollobot, opposite Big Dof Creeks  &'. right bank pf;' Eraser River/ have been sub-  vdivided;by Surveys, and Maps/thereof have  ;. been deposited .'ia' the Office of. O.'K.Pope;  '^Eeq^Clinton^/'''^'/..^.^:..     * ' ""   ,. j.    Sections L, 2, 2.  ���������   "pasrhalfof Section^.  *(  :*. .'^^ctlonsiOvll, and 12.    ^   ���������. ���������>     ��������� ;.'  .. f /.Fractional Sec ttona ;13,1 A. <.-.,-; .      :. j  .    ../.West',half of��������� Section 15.- = .,.-.-:'...... Pt  ''North half' of Section 10. "'..'. <.  ���������r|;6ecti6rta20;'"2i; 22//:,A: '  ^Fractional Sectiont25^-.''- ���������.-.:.  .. . Sections -26,27, 28. 29, S4,. :        ���������'���������/": i<P .  / South ball,of Section g5.    /.-        f _  Fraction'^rSectib^ 36. ���������-' /.       /;      . I  . And tb at ol al tn ants of any. p or He a of this  land iwbo -have not obtained Crown'Grants  thereof should,;prove up :their claims in ac-  , cordance witt" CiaiiBe.21. " Land -Act, J 874.^ "  : ; Forms of pro of" aud~dec 1 arat I one Can be  jpbtained at the ."office :of -the Commissi brier,  .���������Clinton.-',-rit- ��������� ������������������<:-.'; >-��������� r-v r n ������������������������������������ :Ptt.    ]'  ���������V"..^ t- '   , ROBERT BEAVEN,  Chief Commissioner Lands and Works.  L������n<5g and Works Office^   '   !  ;��������� Victoria,-Deo: 39; 1874;   ; Ja7  The Land Recording JJiitdct of New West,  minster shall be. bouoded on the South by  in!^1-^n.^oundar7 <*������������������*��������� Province (the  49th:Paral!el of-Norih Latitude) to a point  a.D(Jul 65 miles East, from the shore of fche  Uulfof Georgia, said point being the South-  Eastern jorner of New Westminster District,  and the South-Western .corner of the Yale  District;   on the *EaBt bya line (being also  the Western boundary ������f the Yale District)  running North from  the "said Seuth-Eostern  corner, crossing' Fraaer River about ������ miles  above the mouth of Harrison River, to a dis-  tance of about 45.miles, and thence North-  West by North -about' 50 miles, at an average  distanoe.of about.10vrailes East-from the general ^course ;of. the ;ppuglas, Portage, to the  NorlBiEasterri,corner of said,-District, which  is also the North-Western .corner of Yale District: on, the North .by a line (being also the  SouthernVboun4ar^1rt;.--RarJtf4 of the;Lillooet  Distriot), thenco rimuing West from said last  named oorner, crossing.Lillboet Lake  at a  point'abput.eqni-distant from either end and  touching the extreme Northerd:point of' Jer-  jl������ ?olot'(which is^tfie-South-Weet 'corner^ of  :Lillooet'District) thehoe to Forbes Bay, da  !^e shore of Desolation/Sound ;. and on the  Ww: Vy a "ne.runuifig through the middle  '^���������Hprafray.Channel -to Sarah Point;, and  thence in,a straight line Southerly to the most  Westerly point^f. Savary Island; thence to  mtd^cbannel of Gulf of Georgia j-;,; thence lto  ths ceotreof Sabine obaniiel to the boundary  0������:.tfaPa������n������^^Lapd;Reoording/bistriot,:foIlow-  ing .througbthe centre of, said, cbannel to a  point opposite PoinrUpwdbdVTexada Island;  thence following the mid-cbanne! of"tlie Strait  of Georgia .to the Nortb-Easiern corner of  Gowicban District;: tbence West,on the 4^th  Parailel to point of common cement, and shall  include .the;, foilowiogv< islands't~* Roffv '  VMary,VMeWille,^Morgan,M,Oti^  VRngged/ * Savary,! VHarwbodj' fTexada'  ������������������*Hardy,1 ''Nelsoni?   'Gftpfain>   Tearson-''  VThormandy,?'*Trail/���������Whiter ���������'Anvil;' ��������� Defence/- 1 iWoolbridge,'   *Gambiei-,'. .'Keats'  <:?0:we������^,.,^asloyt'-'.Popham,? nWooIicombe.,,  and ; Passage/and all.other small islands not  enumerated within said boundaries. -  ft������uJ������������������������������������/>"'��������� '        ���������"'-. "��������� ���������  ������        .. rjuanas ana worKS Umce,  ine   osooyoos, Land Recording District     Victoria i������w ifith  iS7i  shall be .bouDded :>n the S^nth by the mh\ ~ "    J imh^7*-  Parallsl. commencing ac a point(bsing also L  theSouth-East corner of; the tale Land Rs-j  oording, J>irisioD); -thence running West, to 1  the Western boundary, of. Kootenay District  thence running Northward along th������ said  Western boundary to the Soiith-East eorner  of the Kamloops Land Reoordiog. Division ;  thence foilowing the Southern'and Eastern  boundaries of said Land Recording Division,  to* the Soutb-Western corner of the said Ksm-  loops Land Reoordlng Division ; thence diit  South along the boundary of the Yale Land  Recording Di?ieioo te polut of sommenoe-  ment.. ���������...������������������>- -- ��������� ��������� .������������������    -.:������������������ ���������  y   ��������� >  p.    LILLOpET DISTRICT.      ,  The Land Recording Distriot of LUIooei  Shall be bounded,on the East-by aline (being  also the Western boundary>Jn part, of the  Kpoteaay, District), commenoiag  from' the  Nortb-Eastern corner of Yale: Electoral District; thence following a course parallel!to  t.ber general course of the Columbia ill ver "and  about ,ten miles distaat therefrom; 50-miles  to a point on.th.e 52d;Parallel"of North Latitude, which Js^the North-Eastern corner ol  said :Lillopet.District, and the Soiith.Easieriv  corner of Cariboo piitrfot;  on the North bv  the said,52d Parallel (being also tbe Soutb'en.  boundaryvof Pariboe yDistrict), crossing th������  Cariboo Road at the ��������� I38th mile post, for s  distance of *be,ut 220 miles..to a point ori-the  124th Meridian, whichjsahe North-Western  corner of said Lillooet District, and the South  Western corner of. Qaribbo District J on the  West by.,the said/124lb Meridian, a distance  of..aboufc. 125.miles, to -the point where tb?  said .Meridian/.interseclsHhe Northern bou<H  bary;6f. New 'Westminsier District, at tbe  Northern, extremity of/ Jervis: Jrilet; on tbr  South;by. the .Northern- boundary of New  Westminster Distriot. to the North Eastern  jo^er of':Said District (which is^alse the  North-Western oorner of Yale; Electoral Die  trict) and thence by the Nonbero boundary,  beforedescribed, of said Yale Electoral Dig.  trict, to the Soutb-Eastern ebroer of. said Lii-  iooet District, which is also.the North-Eastern  corner of Yale Electoral Distriot. ���������  .,.   - Oolebratcd  WORCEStERSHIRE    SAUCP  :.      Declared hyConnotsaeumo be  ;.    TSJC   ONLY.aOOD ^ATJGK^'  Caution fcgamst FraiKl.~Ti)������ ���������ucci-.iHvk-.'-  cautadoortat0,d������l8rnoapP}rtbeBan^  public la heraby,nfo>;QJUtS^^^  eurotbefSttuIs������,ltu  ���������������������������'���������        ���������:"'.)"* waJ!^i������^  ASK.TOR -LEA &- PERKINS*' '8ATTr������  ������ndtofi������a that u,ajr'WssaV*vSrt J  ^ h P*P'^  [isye beta forged; L. arid I^gty* natWih^Vi'"  liare.fnmlshtd tbelroorreanor7de!It������HSfi ,,lf,-T  Jt,tprn,r to talc, . nto?"^^}���������^*  m������?^,T.MDOki ofSuch, of anv dtherima!'  tiousbj whl.eblhalirlgbt.ina, riinfrieged?   '       ;  Ask for LKA. &>ERRINS '< Sauce and c  ^Qroc^rsaBd Crimen uaivwanllj"' 5   f y*?''+**  <f& ������������������ 9 B: f ;; VATE} Bl L L& :' -  I  ������--.  NOTICE.  known aa  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEV. that tho following land  ,' In Klsw W������atm]n3tor District ard henby resorrod  'until further notice:   "    ...  /Block Mo. I Xortb, Range l West, Sections 26, 20, 30  of Section!.;  * ���������v .  Block! North, Range 1 West, Section* 27 of S|c. %  ��������� Kortheast fraotioaal^uarter of" Section 28, known  TOWNSHIP NO. 4:  JBoiithaast quarter of .Section S. ���������:  ' '.JSoutbweat quarter of S������icLion S.  ���������    ^     *     ^TOWNSHIP; KO. sY ;  ������roup 2. rLot 169.  f- ' ' . R. BEAVENjbsuh  (Chief Comml4stoner Lands and VVurks.  -Iad i������ and Works"Department,  Victoria, Feb. 12,1875.  DISTRICT OP YALE (YALE DIYISlON).  /Tbe Yale Land' Recording Division shall  be boup.ded on.the West by'aiine.conimehc-  ing on the ^ih;Parallel of "North Latitude.  65miles East froin the Gulf of Georgia, being  also the Soutb-Eastern oorner/of, New AVest-  hiinster Land1 Recording  Distriot;;. thence  Norjtii about 45 milesv;> thence North about  45 miles ;   thence North-West about 50 miles  to a point being the .North-Easterly corner;_of  New Westnifnfsfer District; tbence East about  ~S7 miles to a point near the junction of the  Thompson and Nieola. 'Rivers.;  tbence .in a  SontbEJasterly direction,Tuuning parallel to  the general course of the Nicola River, and  distant about,7 miles.therefrom, fora distance  of about 35 sblles to Gold water River; thence  in a Southerly'direction along the trail to a  point 2 miles West ef Princeton; tbence due  SoulMo the.45 tb Parallel, about 36  miles;  tbence .along-the.said.parallel to ih* point of  commeocemeni.  DISTRICT OE KOOTENAY.  -The Land Recording District of Kootehay  shall be bounded on the West by the before  described Eastern; boundaries of Yale Electoral and Lillboet'Districts up> to the North,  Eastern corner of Lillooet District/which i*  also the Sou th-Eastern eorner of Cariboo Dis  met, and thenc% by a..line (being, also the  SoutbEastern boundary.ef Cariboo District)  following the general course of.the Columbia  Kiver, and distant from it about 10 miles, for  a - further'distance of about 50 mites, to a  point on the 118th Meridian;about 15 miles  Nortb.East- of ��������� the^ Boat Encampment, and  tfaeqoe by the 118th Verldlab (being also tbe  Eastern boundarv, in.pert, of Cariboo Dis-  tnct)   LO the aumrnlf nf fl������������ d���������������i-���������  *r ,   *  ne tiV^uJ1 ������f tfae Rook^ Mountains, ������M*���������^  ���������uie hast by the said Eastern'boundary of the  Province * and on the South by tbe 49th  Parallel, the Southern boundary of the Province, *  THE FOLLOWING  is A.V  dated 15 tb May, 1S72, frora an old :a habitant of HurningshnR], near Warminster,'  . Wilts: .  * 'T must also b^p to say that your Pit la are  an excellent medicine for me, and I CuTUlnly  dp enj >y good heal th; so u o J Mefp,' an l a  gf������bilappitit������\ This is owing to taking your  1'ilIs. I um 78 years ol������J.  " ItemitBiaga Gentlemen, yours very re.  to the Proprietors of  *S -CAUOMlIil FILL%   London i  DISTRICT  OP  YALE  (KAMLOOPS  DIVISION).  The Ksmloops Land Reoordlog Division  shallbe bounded on the South by aline commencing at a point 2 miles West of Princeton,  running due East lo tbe South point of Okari-  agah Lake;   thence on tbe East by a line  running North ward', and fol lowing t b e Ea s t-  em shore of Okanagah Lake to its bead ;  thence due Nortb to Round Lake ; tbence on  tbe Fojtb-by-a line running due East to the  Eastern boundary of Yale Electoral District;  being also the Western Vboundary of Koote-  nay District; ilienee following tbe Western  boundary of Koo ten ay District, to'tbe North-  East corner of Yale Electoral District; thence  on tbe North by the Southern boundary, in  part of Lillooet Dis trict,. running. West from  tbe said last named corner, and passing about t  three miles North., of Seymour, to-a distance.1  of about. 20 milesf .thence in a direct line  about 65 miles,  to  a  point on   the North  Thompson River (Meridian Bend)  about 15  miles North of Earn loops'; thence in a direct  line about. 15 miles North  of  Kamlopps;  thence in a direct line about 50 lines to the  114 mile post on the wajyon road from Yale to  Clinton } thence in a direct line 60 miles to  DISTRICT OF CARIBOd  The Land Recording Distriot ol Cariboo  shall  be'.bounded on the West by the 124tb  Meridian, which Is also tbe Eastern boundary  of the Coast District;  on the Soulb by tbe  52d Parallel, which ts also I be Northern boundary of LM looet. District;  onthe Soutb-Easi  by the before described boundary, in part, of  Kooienay District;, on the East by the 118th  Meridian of West Longtitude (being also tbe  Western boundary, .iu part, of Koo ten ay District) to the summit of the Rocky Mountains,  and thence: North war'L by.: tbe iSiimmit of tbe  Rocky Mountains, and by the. 120th Meridian  of West Longtitude, the Eastern boundaryfof  tbe Province ;  and on the North by tbs SOth  Parallel of vNorth Latitude, 4the, Nostbern  boundary of the Province^    .  v       DISTRICT OF OMINECA.  Tbe Land Recording District'of Omineca  shall be bo u nded on the Sou th by th e .51 tb  Parallel of North' Latitude; on tbe East.by  the 124th Meridian of, East'Longitude; on  the North by the 56th Parallel ; and on tbe  West by the 127th Meridian Jof East Longitude.  ���������/AH App!lcatlon> for Private Bins, p^p^rlr iht  "Uhjeclof legislation by the Le#ixlaiiv*������ AaaenU'ly of-  B'Hlah Columbia; wftljin the piirviewof.M.ThoB������ilih  Surth America Act.,1867,,/iwhotli������r.for the ervctia'u of  a Bridge, tho making of a'Railroad,'Turh|))ken<>:t(l, or  T'legraph Line, the-construe!Ion or Improvement nf t  Harbor, Canal, Lock. Dam or Slide, orntbrrlfk* work:  -lie granting of k ri/rbt.of Perry; the lncorfx������r������ii"ij bl  ���������nypartlouUr tra'le or ca lllag; nr ,������f any J"lnt Sf������k  Compaoy; or otherwise for granting to any indirti!������������l  ���������r i n.! I vi duals any csclusivoor p.-caliar rfghlscr pnr  lopes .whatever, of. for o*olng any matter or thing  A'hlcliin Its operation .would affect tho rijfht urr^  jrlyof-otherparties, orrelato to anypartionlar cltss  ���������it th ���������'.community; or for making anj ani^iirim^piofa  iko nnturo to anyTorrner Act^ shalir������-quire a NottM,  :l^arlytan>l distinctly specifying the natureiiiixl ������**J'.el,  ������f tho application, to be pu tills licit aa followa, vii. ;  A Nbtico inserted In tho; British C������>lu'iubto(ffaxr.usi.,..-  intl ia oua ne>v������p������p������r published In the district tf*  ected, or If there be no n iwspnpor published thrrHa,  then In a newspaper in tho next' nearest district in  whitfQ a DOvrspapor la published.  Such not!co shall be continued lo each case ft r  a period of at I ea������t six we^ks. flaring tlie "Interval of  tlrtie between the.closo of ftbe next preceding SeMtaa.'  and the consideration of the poiitiou. '.:*.  Before aay Petition praying for leav������ to >������r.lnj[  iaa Private BUI for the erection of a Toll  Bridjta  presented to the House, the person or persons iutrmi  iil/r to petition for nuch Bill ahali, \\\������m giving th<* nu  tlcepresarlbed In the preceding Rule, also at th*- same-  time, And In lUes^memannor, glvcnotlco of the rwioa  which, they intend to ask, the extent .oj the jfrlTfJcggp  th������ heijrht of-the apei.es,  the Interval between ins  abutments or piers for the passage of rafts or vosself,-  aa^l meotioalag slso whether they intent)  t������. erect ft  drawbridge or not, and tho dimensions of the same.  ��������� J. ROWLAND HBTT,  jui Cleric of the-Legislative Assembly  .'FIRST DAT OP NOVJSMCKR NEXT,  or m������ Goia Mltting Ainondmem Act. 18T2.  H. M   BALL,    i  WchHrfd. 7U Octob,,. 1874. G0,d C0'"miSSi"S  tudo.  DISTRICT OP CASSIAR  FR������HotT^tE������TJE THE ASSAY Charge  ������    mriots of Gold Dust of Fifteen Ounces or un.fu������  IRJSDUOED TO TWO DOLLARS,'  mm  and ior  MINERAL ASSAYS TO FIVE DOLLARS,  tiro latter payable in advance.  JW, EirCJIGOOK  m  MM  Jfc  1^^


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