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 nraaiggyaM mrmfew'ivwmi'wwwipErur*?  ijig*^^9^^  Vol 17  Barkerville, William Creak  B.C., Saturday, April 24  1875,;  X?n". Jp  -THE CAKI800 SENTINEL!  Published every Saturday by  ROBE R T     HOLLO WAY.  6 abao r ip tio? ���������'���������������"���������   2A6 .Cerita p at TT������ ������k.  KE.W.ADVERTISEMENTS.  iU*^ 0 P ADV-KitlJ ��������� f  forme squaretooelnch)', first insertion,  "       ? J- xy one month,  ���������;  fortirefqaarei JlrstinsertloD,    ���������;.   .  *������������������ ���������      ocamontK; ��������� -  ������������������".'-   ;  *8  Agent* tor the * * Cariboo Sa&tmaUH  '��������� T"������n Wnkia,.   ��������� .  Q������iesnelraputh.~  Rnda Creek,' ��������� -*���������*  Clinton,   -  Tale,  HVw Wnsttntnitar  Vifttprla, .;   ���������   : ������  O  Street,   " '* '���������   ��������� "  ��������� ���������    > ��������� >   r.Lfctaaj.  .: r������rn������rd'������Expr(������8fi  .���������.;.. Barnard'sRsprw  ���������      Barnard'* Express  do do  JohnKamy  ������. '.'-,.��������� ������������������' -vSfr Sbakeapear  SO ������ornb 111.-London;-E:'C,  TH-K-iJARTBOO SENTINFL  jO 3 P RI N f ING   OFFICE.  . ' ;'   ;^._������-  Purdi, 01 fou lars ;lPo8;^r Band Proirrammesfor  Balls Vntl Theatrical Entertainments  Erecnted ^rltb neainea*ariddf8patci  Lumber I   Lumber  Winter Arrangement.  arna'rd ���������& ���������o.'s  UttR  I!  (Carrying Her Majestyh MaileJ.  LEAVES    VICTORIA     BY    STEAMER  ���������       ENTERPRISE .  ���������>  m*  ��������� - y:iFOR':NE^WE$TMINSTEB. -.;  Reaching Tale !n.time to aonnect with the  STAGES LEATlGYip>IGISiYg  arrtvtnff.it Gllntpn on wedaeeGays and Sarker  rille ou Saturdays... - ���������;  z*s  .MISCELLANEOUS;  /K  1    r;E^SOHKAKD  A WEJX-ASSORTED STOCK OP  ^  ?.j ������  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, 6o.  ^=an  .; GUfJio  PltOPRIETOa,  Th������;del0brat0d XX2: Ab  wlltfie manufactured tad>ol4'. brlTOnf asais a*4 J9������  tailBnUpa'rity.ana ������������������. ���������. !.��������������������������� ���������   y       .  ���������3E*5"  "������i  &  RK proparod "to furnish Lumber at their Mills,  ���������j.a.   Wllika Creek, or dplir.er.it to order.-1 y '  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK,    pP ���������...-:������������������'.   ���������     -  Farnf * Pitniagrkerfrfao In eperation tfiej ������r  also Airhith        '   yyyy  DRESSED ilTOTEP������-S  Sl<!lirht leave Barkerfttle ob Sundays,' anlvfa-  CUntoiJ on Thursday*: an������l Yalo on Saturdaysv- ._  ������������������ 6*������na������cW at OacheXreelK'with���������Tftiice'a Express for  Okaiwjran, ���������   .  At Clinton with E> unison's Express fhr Llllooet.  And wfth fltll?h"r'a Expre** ft* Do? Cre������k.  At'CJueauiclraouth  vrith  9y It ester's  Esprosa. for  Onaln������ca. ' ..  F   41  BARNARD   &   CO>  COME -ALONG WITH YOUR CASH  J&h AND GET..BARGAINS. *&g  lagers.  T*  ���������SOB  [Successors to D. Kurtz H Oo.,l  IMPORTERS AN^D DEALERS IH  Van   yolkonburg.h.f& Co  BARKERVI'LLErAN  LIGIITNIiNTGtCREEK.  A SUPPLY OP Tn������ ���������  BIST 0U1LI1Y, OF FSSS1 MEATS  Jf^������      ^waJa oo hand.  N 6f ICE TO CLaTmaNTS or LAND  JTEW W-ESTMINiTER DISTRIOT.  VOTtCK 13 HEREBY JivicM, in neennlanee with  Ail J^S!    ?l*ts-*������t}i* *4 u*t Ap(t' JW^'ilba^ the  roll ou mg lanua uuuate ju the District' of New West-  minstur hnv������ beeu subdivided ,hy survay, nnd th*<j  wap.tnercivf h/iab^u dppo������lted in" the ofliccorMr H.  v. Jbdmoada, New WeainMtisl'er: . "���������  '.,- TOWirsijIP NO. ;ll3v  TowysHip>o; ii : ��������� ij-  BectloD^^ 0, 16,17, as, 19, 20, 21, 38, .2*. 81 't&a  TOWNrffllp NO; 18.,  West half of Section 1.     '��������� "'  Bastliairof Sections.-,.        v  West hair of Sot'tion 12.1' ���������>  Ivist half of ScctLinM*;  '���������'';'  fiouihwoBt.quarteror Section 15.  Sobuteast quarter of Suction U.:  Trdght ������ndpM9������affrs carried thrqogb at reasoo-  uhla rti.t^s     .���������" v'  JPot rates of ?rcigb5 afttS/Pasasgev, p.pply to  OBO.'BVBSRS, Agent;  no? Barkerville. y  ��������� .  Appointments,   pp..  Frlvato Secretar^'a Qdca.   p  17tb December, lo74,'^y  H?b Excdllency tha Lieutenant-Governor  ha?Jheen|pl������ft������ed to appoint'Al������krt Noktoj*  UiuiiA-itne. Esquire, a Barrister of British Co-  i������.uubia? to he a Notury Public:  Privot^Secretary's Office,  10th Decuiiiber, 1874.  Hie Excellency the  Lfeiitenaot-GoVerno?  wa������ on the 9th June, 1873, pleased to appoint  IIknht CLaJwoSj.'UoUBTKB.r, Esquire, Attoi  ney and boltcitor in ihe]Supreme Court of  British Columbia, to be a Notary Public  Ills Excellency the Liouten&ot-Gorernor i'  Couucil haa been pleased} to appoint Arxi>-  Graham, of Mansou Greek, Enquire, to b*  Coroner in and for tha District of Owineca.  His Excellency tbe Lieutenttnt-Gorernoi  in Couucil baa been pleased to place Allaj^  GUAftAM, ol Hanson, .fireek, Esquire, oh tb*-  Comniisaion of fcbW Peace in aad for tbe Dia  triat of Otnineca.  /  Jti/jS/}  The best ;Lid,'adre, & :0l|ar^  constantly fcepi an huA      '    ".' :,   ��������� '  The Lodging;-Depa'rtmoa*  will bo alvayt carefully attended to. aodth������1ia������a>  Beds and- aconiraodaticn provided for their rut*'  tomcrs .       -     -,..������������������������������������   *���������.���������!���������:������'���������    ���������   :/.'���������������������������������������������  . .J"  d&U  M  CiaARS,  ���������-^'-".p PROVISIONS.  Dry G-ocxIs Met Clothing.  CUNTOM  EXTRA FLOUR;  GROUP TU.  Lok8e  and 8 onjBurton'a rrair!o,^in tow-nshrp^o.  18.  group r. "   '  LotsT233, 234, and 235, near Port Moody.  An.l that claimants of/any portion of this land who  S'n n^lt0,>*a������n������i Crown Grants thereof, should  Laud Act liri Cldms la .^^lanea with Clanao21  tiiflSl0 r [^nart Declaration 'can. bo obtained at  *������������ ouice of tho Cominjssionpr, No\\'-*tetminstt^ ,  ROBERT HEAVEN,  ��������� i Chief Cotnoifeaionor Lands and rTarksj  L'������nds aniivorka CfflcB,    .  ;rV V.KOA:D;yTAX..:,y:';  VTOTICS IS HEREBY GIVEN tbftt a Us* offall per-  'JM -. lions within tha.... y-.'.  KEITHLEY CREEK POLLING DIVISION  of the Carihoo District of Barkcrrllte who aie liabl  to pay Bond Tax for tha year 1875 haB.boca posted m  tho following places:   ' ;v ���������    l ��������� ' . ������  taflSmitli's old Stc're, HaTvey;Creek.  Mea������ra.'Veiih*.Co.'gl Keilhley. '. . .    ���������.-.  dorerninentiOillce, Forka of Quesnei.  . OLIVER HAEB,  ������������������. ���������',   .; Collector.  Forks of Qu������mel, Jan. 1,1875.  NOTICE.  lERYGlVSN,  ) N������w WcBtxaii  \ % ?in j uif. and 2d P������Cfc������.������- ? *������. -, - -  Alo to lund included within tha boundaries  ������?";��������� All Goods of the Bost .Quality and at th<  Lowes ii Prices.                        ;'--..   ;  Barkerville, May^ '         mt^gm  ."C liDM^lCflG'SilLSOiB'^  r.EEMIKUS :ST0:RE,  Quesnelmouth, B-0.,,'  Whore there are still plenty of the beat brands o  BritlaUColuinbla| ���������'.,.:. p.  t^LOUR, "./.���������  "     - LILLOOET BEANS of 1873,  And othftr Farm Produce, at VKitY LOW RATES.  Al80,agcnoralai8ortraentof   .  ypyDRY:, GOQD&y -      yiy. ���������'���������'.���������"  ���������p:yyppp "EDOTJB-'fc - SHOES,:. ..  ii   HARD WARE ana ;PR0O������V' ��������� .  ;.jga- bdmmlssloh, Storage and Forwarding��������� basinet  ion<j at reasonable rates. ;  ; my$pmy:. ". -yy'JAS.--REiD,'..  lNEXT DpOflWTfdTiC OFFICE!  fNVITEg. YOU TO CALLANDSES EIH,  J-.. a������������ get f.9 much comfort for tbo;inner m������n ������,i  my other man can provide for tho cam������ amoual ol  cash iu thejBhapo;of .     -;i .. l. ���������.".':^: ���������. ':������������������"-������������������;��������� ��������� k  :; wS������^^'^;:<TOi.  ���������   y OF TSE BEST -<J PALITY. -���������  ��������� "��������� -':  N,B.~To fill.np the tlmo/| ^i\ attend te������#  f AILOFIINQ^BUSINESS.  And SEWIKQ. MACHINE work of every'deaeripWoa  *;i|' he done at ico sUorie^i notice at rcaiicaabi*  BRjbX PBRRETT,  lonrge.-j.  no7  ",��������������� *i������  SLOP1  Kestaiirdht & Salbp^  fVIASCM & DALV...  j> EG TO ANNOUNCE TEAT TflfcY HA VETREMOV JO.  !>   to theapttclousprcDleceforraerly known as tla  H.  Geoygo Saloon,.where, they will beatalhWrnw  prepared tofurnlth   ��������� '  .  .B0A2D    AND   KEAtS  OF  THE  BEST  QUAUTYV  fTh������  BAR fs famished with the eoeat tnran  jr^UOBS ana CIGARS. .      "  Board,p������  ffil8a#jpey We^;  irem  Pt    T^  e'edyot'-iowHS  osiiiopDlitaii'  STAKLKY,  TTT\."3  LIGHTNING CREEK,  ���������AT THS-  W, Sje, 317, SU. ������~ap 1, ^-������������g^  Cl.iof ComnfllsBiondT Lands attd *  1 Lan^aandS^orks ������ep*rtm*n**  Phe above Bostau rant is novr Ope a ed. a  L   tho upper end of fotvn, where Board can beh&5  y the week or single meals.   A Sno Saloon is als't  ittached,supplied with P  Oie best Liquors & Cigars.  mEBll  BREAD,   PISS  and Cakes daily.  ..no2$3m JOHNMAHBtt-  Keep on hand-, everything  SH&  \t$t> so MbsreJIy ei4������aJ������4 &> ������h������ old firr  u*i������  Rlr-  aj Mouse.  ;"'. >A*M. .SINCOCK ���������  JTAVING ADDBO  A GOOD STABLE TO TH$  ! 1' Half-Way. House, ^ m������w prepared too O'er goo i  ccorhrnodaUons to Toaaisiers.   A supply of *ne  ad Say will always be kept on hand and sola t  jasonahle rates.  Tho lur l������ 8'appll������4 wi$ i^e b^sj ^JsC3>  a*sp������J;: P U 3y,  ;;;MS-^ARfBOOSENfIli::L:'      -      An^sTiuTiON ok Justice  p SATURDAY, APRIL 24. 1875.  QUALIf ICATION AND ��������� REGISTRATION  ���������-.-.OF VOTERS' BILL.   .  . The following remarks of Hon. Mr.Wnlkein  y - In .io trod u'ci qg '- tb^e. new: Qua I m ca tio n an d  .. Kfgistration of Voters' Dill will explain its  provisionsf. . '*,���������',"' :   *?. '  ~~" Every male British subject, oyer $1 years  ...-��������� Of age, shall have a right to vote phe must be  ... a stated, resident, .not- one who might come  from, tb e Sound: ge t Ji is, a aipo. regis I ere d; a n c!  then:t leave;' ��������� inifst Be a j evident of. a^settiiMl  y; *.'. district*d2:ni"dn ths before claiming 16 "register.  10 the \\jj per or m fn}rig; d iitrlots a six m on lbs'  - '^^idenCB^as'Decessnry'. 'Ha'had left out,for  Constitutional reasons, the clause respecting  ^Indians and-Chinese, and would introduce a  biU dealing with Indians and Chinese sepa  rtlely. ylt might-be considered that the! residence was too long,-but that coidd be dealt  \ with in ^committee,   tbe principle of the bil 1  'was to allow stated residents to vote.   It  would b6"p'racffoally manhood suffrage, f Another object of ,ihd bill wfls-fo'^royiqSfor the  ���������removal from the electoral rolls of the names  of absent and deceased! persons, who, it1 was  well known,;-weje improperly personated at  the polls! - The listis toibereviaed,'published  ind posted up in conspicuous places.   It!also  ;>; differs from tho last bill in this, that instead  'of* a;revieipn every four vears,,a reViRiiin U  '������������������. propoaed'' for������������������ evtry'' year.   It was though t,  ,   jie'rbapa, that this last provision Would'act uo  favor..b' j in some.districts ; in that case sucli  ���������jfliftricts would be exempted -id* the usual'con-  ; v'������^������tutiJnal raafiner". " TherhT are" clauses (providing for. an appeal to the County -Court] and  ' the; ap;peai:io...tie ^County .Court sottlos-; the  mat tor.' ' Wi tb regard to the polli ng d j y isio ns.  y;tho o I d cl a u se-ie"taai ntai ri'e d ��������� "i .voter cnh no t  Vole Ati more ��������� t.ba' a o ne 41st ri c C ��������� Tjfe me a's ������r e  is intended to ascertain accurately the views  and protect the interests of those who per  : manenti/reside in tie Province.- The ^5th  of June was the J unit forsending- in;tbe voting  ;.list7and notwi thstandihg a 'collector may! re *  ) ; irise. ap plicati ops for \ regis try, a voter \ has  yito^le time.to; register, i-ltwag necessary in  order to striiie but dead and absent names, to  ; annual ly rey: iso ��������� -the"1- lis t ypf yp ieica. . Wi i I e  ��������� printing nnive^ftPdaff^ge^th^Wus^ provide  the usual restrictions'and prolectiozi ior ger-  abus interested.     "���������  y  VBRI^H COLUMBIA tfOR* 1875;.)  ...' X .   . ..:��������� ,"T ..' * (    ���������>"/.-'. <:���������' ',���������:'.'���������    '.'���������   "     ��������� ]  Heads o/Receipt.  Bevenue 1874,  closely  Approximate.  ��������� *'$229t'97r  ���������-'������������������ 23.017  6,188:  .--.(BOO  11.187  7.785'  25.387  Bominion.subaidy,  "Lund Sales,"\,;>..:��������� .    .  ���������-������������������  Land Revenue,  Ken ts. exclusive of land,  . Minors7 Certificate's,"; 'p\  Mining Receipts general,  Licensee, ���������...:r  laities, forfeitures, and*  fees of Cohrt $12,150  ' Le^g^ arrears pre-  wvipuB :years, r. 1,895- 10.255  F--68 of.Office,     '���������'*''���������' !3,941  file of- Gov't property. 1,263  Reimbursements in aid  fit expenses             ^ 10429  Miscellanediia receipts, ' 244  Ro<d Tux,    .      -xx,   * 23,U08  Intereston Savings Bank *   ' *  . ..account,       ...    ..  ;. 1,892  Marriage Licenses, t445  Wild. Land Tax, 2,543  fridge Tolls, Spence'a, 1.665  Estimate  --of !  1875.;  $220,000  18.J)00  ������������������ 6^)00  '     GOO  :    li.boo  7.>00  24,000  .9,000  3,460  750  Supreme Court, $28.80. Sherilfts. Victoria,  New Westminster aod Cariboo, $500 eaoh���������  $1500.    -  . Police and Gaols���������Victoria,:.$8056. ,-New  Westminster, $'5044. Kootenay. $3008. Cari-  boo^-Government Agent, $1704; Chief Con-  s t ab 1 e, a n d Oo 11 oot or o f Re ifon u e, $ 1704 ; Co i>  slab Ie an d. Col I ect o r n f Re veji i ie, Ligh t riing  'Creek, $1452 ; Constable and Gaoler, $1452 ;  Government Agent and Constable, Forks ol  Qut'sr.el, $1500. Total, $7812. Omiheca���������  Government Agent and. Constable,, $1704.  Cassiar, $5704. Yalei -$1200; ^-Kamloops,  $1200,   Nanafmoj $1728.  Total Adinlnistcation of Jualice. S39.9B6.  ���������Asfiav   Office--Assayer,   $2000 :   Melter,  $900." Total,'$2900.  (Lunatio Asylum; $3784. ^  Spence'a.Bridge-^Toll Collator, $1200.  Legislation," $17,041 T50.     '  ��������� i Assay, Office, $725. -  "  P  Printing Office, $2800.  Administration of Justice, $6,300. '  Police and Gaols, $19,750.   y'      .     j  Revenue Services..$6,20Q.       *.  Lunatic Asylum, $4,750;  Charitable Allowances ^Hospital, Victoria,  $5,000"; do^ debt, $3,0J)b.    Hospital, iNew  Westminster, $4,250 ; .do., debt, $800.   hospital,-Cariboo, $4^000.   In aid of destitute'  poof and sick, $400.   Total, $17,450.  ���������  Education���������In aid,-of District Schools (re-  vote), $8,164. -VTola!; $40,000..���������-���������':'  . Surveys throughout the Province (re-vote).  $1,100 42.)    Total, $35,006.     ���������      '       :  Rents. $344.   Transport,,$5,400;  Ihimigratiob-i-Immigraiiou Agent;London.  $2000.   Aidtp immigrants, to be refunded.  '$4000;���������r.Tbtal, $6,000.     ;   .  Ioteresl, SGOOO:   X       :; ;  Works" and JBiii(dings���������Repairs tp,Gov^fn-;  $5.201; do. New-Westminster (re vote $113\  $75*0 ; do;,Nanaimo, $200; do.,Yale,re voU-,  $"90���������;���������' do.. Clinton, -$200.;7do;, Cariboo (liabii-  | ity, $30) $130-; do.; Kootenay. re vote, $200;  ^Furniture for Government* OSces, $500 ; [Extension of GovernmentPrinting Office;< $2000 ;  Lock-up, Cowichan, $600 ; do:, Comox, $600:  Assay Office, Cariboo, $700 j   Extension  of  Boarding School, Cache: Creek,- $3000 ; do\,  of Royal Hospital, Victoria,.$2000;  do/cfot  New- Westminster; $1500;  Lunatic Asylijrn,  construction^  New   Westminster,   $35,o!oo-;  public.School, Victoria, $15,000;  Improver  in enit Go Verri merit Reser v e.. Jam es Bay .and  Insurance on Government buildings, $2000:  f ni pro vemen ts, &c., ��������� to Go vernmeii t House;  .$3220. .   .... p ��������� p.,..   -y: xPx .  ; ^btalsoryices. exclusive of salaries, $52,59 I  .   Roap^, Streets, axo Bridoks.      ?  - yicto'ria 'district,'liability ?'$ 170���������$6670: ��������� "\''  Esquimau dislrict, liabilitv  $575.   revb'to  $266���������$12575*;   G'raviu'gr Do'ck,  $150,000.���������  Totat, $162,575.    . ��������� ;  :  .Cowichan district, $11,165.  Nanaimo district I lability $11,125, re-vott������  $3792~Total;;$I7;?25,  pP-fyp:-i '  Comox^ district,'   liability   $518.   re vote  $1965-T-$10,168; Courtenav river bridge liability, $2311.,  Total, $12.679...      ���������.-������������������.  New Westminster district, $45,630.        :  Yalo' district,  liability   $22,417,  re vole  | $14,400~$95.817.    '        '  Lillooet district, liability $149~$7.949.     *  .J9EW   ADVERTISEMETS.  ' A FURTHER SUPPLY OF"  DRUQSy  Patent and Proprietary.  py.p    PP      DR. CHIPP.  Barkorville, April 17.--; -  3EC  NEW ADVgRTlSEMENTS.  ^1  BARKERVILLE,  AuctioneeivCoiiiniiSsioa-  .and Mining Agent  :ju:*  t * Dr. Chipp xvilljattend'on LIGHTNING  ���������very SUNDAY..until Noon, as usual.  t ������*Goodsreceived and siorod In FIRF.pr?^^^  CELLAR, and liberal aUvunces wade oa sSr;0p  rciisonahlo rates. '.���������:��������� 1    .'-*1  /  .-.   - ���������    ���������    ��������� ���������   : .:     ., ��������� ��������� my a  AiMon  Jtestiauraiit,  ^^anVco^^y. ��������� C II E A P   B O A V In  I have been Instructed by tWjiilcan Com- ^ ^  pany, Lightning Creek, to:sell\6y .'Auction, at  Barkerville,- on Monday,^MaVi-JOjth,M875;at  ���������12 o'clock noon,; ibe|4Intert������8t of'RQlJECT  ROBERTS in, the said Compjiny) fotPAike^i-  merits due and 'accrue;tig 4ueC'.unless' 'the  amount is paid in,/|nil ,on>or before iho above  dale.'        :    .  : ap?4  tj ^^^BOlBYiR^ES^  ' :'".���������"���������'��������� : Auctioneer.  The price of Board  at this Restaurant hai  been reduced |o  EightDplIars:Pei7 Week  -��������� -^SW^^-MKALS,^ VhFIETY cents.  ...P.xpttD$. -'  FIFTY CENTS.  XT  Pi. \Nje iifeliefr \& 'Vm  (ROYAI7 HOTEL BUILPING^): ���������...X  wharf sktwkETpytcr^ii]3-  r<P~P- ���������'r'P^ipy-i v      :    FrQm.6tol2i'cehtsperlb  . Ppmmis.sion; merphants    ��������� l  UTTCM  ���������anS Importei's  OK  'l&Ii  GOODS.,  "FLOUR,.-  BUTTER,  */-y>$S^nfr lOOJbs.  :���������    -   60 conis ps������r lb.  .    .        .   SOLE AGENTS FOR        ',-  tEyi STR^USI & C0;>S:  'r   >  !  nng.p  deft  .AND ALL -KINDS OF  . SAM.   WALKER.  IftWit'ryiH*.  _ N.B.���������Thts Patent jujjeeiired for the United  States, Canada, iCiigisttd and (Jermanv. ���������  "     ..������������������     .,���������  apiO '��������� ���������   :."'  A.   PENDOLA,  'y   Barkerville,  'x ' ��������� Importer and Dealer ia  LIQTJOBS, CIG-ARS,  T(5P AGGO,  A large supply of GP^OERiE^and  tlie.  best' AiBCHcaii  1,000  4bo  2,000  6.000  AnnEATta:  Keep~of ^Dominion prl-  ' soners, Dec. quarter,  1874, .:'.'  Do. to 31st Dec, 1873,  Umi Estate Tax,  $360,142       $340,850  9,270  1,353  2,000  I  1,000  $370,768       $343,940  Dominion Government  ' in lieu of'-guarantee  Sn   aid of  Graving  Pock, ���������;  Amount to be drawo  ;rom Dominion Govt  to.meet liability in-.  cur red on acc't of 774  Amount to be drawn  from Dominion Govt  to meet proposed expenditure for 3875,  Establishments.  Lien ton ant Governor's Department--$150(J,  Pro dnolal Secretary^': Department-���������$.6,530.  Frinting branch, $4720.  .Treasury, ���������$.6,900;' Lands and Works,  $11,080; Attorney-General's Department  $5,100. RegistrafTGoneral'sDepartm^SSSGO;.1  .~.!i/..  Kootenay. district, re.vo'to S1MI 25���������$3000  t    Cariboo district, rc-voto $21,811-$34,56o!  9,00(1    , Cassiar distriot, $15,000. ���������      -���������' ���������  100      Road Tools','Ac., $250." "���������  22,0,00     iTo.tal. Roads, Streets and Rridges, $413 ICO  Miscellaneous, $26.038'91.      -;'?:  .-', \ *  Municipalities. $10,000.  TotarEspenditure,,$759,620"91.     > -  Thb Estimatks.���������The foJlcMying: sums are  placed on. the Estimates for expenditure in  this district duriug tie current year :���������  ;Konds. Streets an a Bridges/^  F?ro, ^^^JVSWO;-Library; $^,ci>lbSo Ho-  pital, $4,000;. Klght^ng Oro^k FiVo> ^rtSmTssgo!  BKnm.Br, September, 1809.���������Gentl'emen.  I,feel it a duty I owe to you to express rn7  gratitude for the groat benefit I have deriVeri  by fciking,��������������� Norton's''Camomile Piltsj I applied to your agent, Mr Bell,. Berkeley, for  the above-named Pills, for wind in the atom-  ach, Irom which I suffered excruciating pain  for a length of time, having tried nearly  every remedy prescribed, but without deriving any benefit at all. After takiiy two  boltles of your valuable Pills, I was������q u I to  restored to my usual state of health, Please  give this publicity for the benefit of those  who may be thus afflicted.���������I am. sir; truly  yours. Histjir AiXfass.-To the Proprietors  by Norton's Camomile Pills."  NoTiCK.^-Mr. LindsayVof Van Wnk\e. will  ���������SSi2 a^?fc fy^-'Sflwrww on- Lightning  Creek ajid all orders left with thatgenflemen  will be promptly attended toy parties at  tbe:lower end of.Lightning desirous of aub-  soribinff, will.please leave their orders at Mc  Dermott^: Stanley... Sent by Mail to suti  sonbers at-tuny rite 61 $1 per month, pay-  WniCn HE WILL SELL  Cheap, for Cash.  150,000  189,150  249 710  NOTICE TO CI^;^  NEV7 WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.  \T OTICE IS HERESY GIVEN, !n itccordanoe with  Vt they provisions of tbo'uLnnd Act, 1874,h tbst  the foliowlug lutirtB sUuhCo iu tbo piitrict. of New  Westminster, havo been euhdiridod by survoy, ������������a  th������ map thereof has h������cu deposited in the*cilice of  H. V. Bdfflonds, CoiiinifssloDer, New W^suuinsur:  grSup 1.    -  Lots 301 and 802    -  And thftt clainJants of any portion of this land who  have not obtained Crowo Grants thereof sliould prov.-  ap their claims in accordance- with Olauso 21; I-������iud  A������tvl874* ���������       " . -   . V, .- ���������  Forms of proo! and declarations can :boohtained ot  the office of tlie OotomissioBf-r, Sew WcstmhiBter.  ROBERT BKAVftN,  r  Chief-Commissidaer of Lauds and Works,  l^ndsjand Works Department,  Victoria, fid April, 1876.  do  FOR  SALS,  Tri'H  Dasiielson   Manch,  QUESNELSV10UTH.  Apply to  fel3 3ns  TIUDDEUS HARPER,  Cliuton.  np24-  ���������-'-    'Public Notice;  ���������JU"0TICE IS nSXIEBY- GIVEN THAT THB   ���������  LANDS IN THE. NEW. WESTMINSTER  DISTRICT -  offered for sale by -Public Auction-on the 8th March  and nnsoMj'are now open lor buIu at tho.r.ito of  " ONE;;p,pLLAR PElf^QRE,  on-, the following terms, viz. -   a donnedf r,r in ������rtwjw  ��������� ,'*������ ll    t:>' :)\ KOBEltf BKAVP^-  ,.    ,    ' ��������� Ch,lcf Commissioner of Lan-ia and w^ir.  Lfmda and Works Dophrtmont works,  Ylotorlii March 20, w$, ^ ^.  No more Cold Feet!  LADIES'&CmLDREN'S WINTER BOOTS  GENT'S, LADIES' & CHILDREN'S RUBBER OVERSHOES;  TWEED WATERPROOF CLOTH FOB  LADIES' DlUCSSb^.  CHILDREN'S MITTS & GLOVES.  LADIES' BOODS <fe CLOUDS, BLACK  VELVET HATS, HOSE, Ac, &o.\  I will during the win I ^r-receive other Gnnds  selected from the best Houses in Victoria.  $������r- All ardors (rf>������n oiitl.yin; districts  promptly attended to and thankJiilly w  fceivedv  All the above G-oods Ciieap  for cash.  s������������ 0^. i;  ^^^S*  ������s>sM  m  c  I  Th  t  t  y  ii  ti  $m y-  Til E C ARlBOOSENTf N EL  SATURDAY, APRIL 21,  is-ft;  BIRTII.  At Cold Spring House, Cariboo, on the 15lh  April/'the wife of'.'���������'. Vows BuYj>, Esq., of a  daughter. ......   : .  7-; JosTrcEs' Cooiif.���������wm. -Favel was brought  v.p before Mr Jon. Nutt.thiJ morning cbarjjed'  witli having "committed an assault and battery  pa tbo person of Mr IL Gniitigher. The prifl-.  oner plead guilty, and tbe Justice, without  bearing anv:evidence, fined him $20 and coats-  The assault was entirely unprovoked and of  the most brutal nature. Gallagher was on bis;  way hom������ about 9 o'clock last night, with a  loaf of bread in one band and Bome.meat in  ihe other, when Favol rushed out of a low  hxoOiel a1tbeiipper end of Barkerv31 'e and  struck \vm a severe blow ou the head wUh a  .Ptone, inflicting .a  gash about two inches.in  THE  PACIFIC  RAILWAY  DEBATE  THE COMMONS.  IN  fe&^^&W&gggggte , m j jy+msi ZStS&a&*&S&gti'g������*A  Mr DeCosmos anid be would endeavor to  draw the attention of the House, and through  the House tbe country, to some points that  the country ought to uhderatanrV ''With relation to the Pacific Railway as regards British  Co 1 u mb i a. ��������� he -was ��������� free to ^accept t h e sit ii atio n  Oetrejrarded the course ot -th* Government in  dealing with British Columbia with respect- to  the Pacific Railway as a great'political blander* and; he would prove it. The people oi  British Columbia exacted from this Government nothing ^but what the 'Dominion could  fairly discharge without imposing additional  burdens upon the people. They were \ a?  loyal.and patriotic a- portion of the people of  ;the. Dominionas could be found anywhere;  andfell tbey asked was that the railway should  be.commynced.andconimenood at once. II  the financial ability of this Dominion was no?  sufficient'..to*build the ro'aji in seven veers  they would be perfectly-willing to*allow fifty  or seventy years,. Now, what do we find?���������  We findthat the-party now in power had over  and.6ver.again denounced the construction of  the.railwaytvand't!:0"e men who were bold  "v rbs fra te' an d i ti se n ei b le  ���������v���������*&:iaiid w. iii^eirfi^id^fTd^p i  SB  m  wy������  111  111  m  lii  m  ���������3yp&  H  H  m.  it  PPp$  m  m:  ?M.  5B������?vSep  wm  m  ���������  p  1  I  length, ������nd knocking him senseless. Not con-' ���������������..,.,  --.. m      v   ...0 the consolidation ur.this country, to uni e-  man, until a by* tl|?e jt;   But when tbey came into power tbey  ;prerented  him from  :f doing fn^th^ Ibis stamp  rannot be tbo severely punished; and the Jus-  ijceja censured %.*! be public for not having  1 fl i c f ed a' more. se ve re'" p u nish m e n t oo the  < llVnder. A fine of twenty dollars for beating  a man within an iocb-of his life, on,the public  hi.-liway. is' rather too cheap a luxury for  iiiffians, and might bare a tendency, even (in  thin. irtW-abiding community, to make people  tnke measures lor tbeir.own protection instead  <������f having recourse to a court of justice.!  There is such an eyil as tempering justice  wiib too mueh.mercy in dealing with offences  <������f this kind.  Mimxg, On Lightning, the ���������YaaWmfole,-  5'iciorift, Vancouver, and Vulcan companies  ]i:ivp shut down until affer biirh  water-:  (be  <>o������.<������������ilo r������o. had 37 oz. last week and  31 w*  o^. Wednesday, tho claim  131 c- r*m of Engl arid are making good headway  with their sh^ft.   Oh Uonk'lin Gulch. Fergur.  p'Ui c������������. ma*  for two d  r-Mii down until after high .water.   On  Wit  :"Jf������ro> Creek, tb e BI ack Jack, ��������� Cask et^and '���������, se v.  era I other hydraulic claims are. gettingf ready <  said  to  themselves ���������* IVe.have said that the  Paci fie -illai I w ay, ia Wrong, b u t now we have to  prove; it is wrong."    According.to the mem  Her for South Bruce it was a mad bargain.  and according to tlie First Minister, as stated  in one of his- dispatches, it was' an act of in  sanity; but such would not b"o the verdict of  post enty.   W hen I h a t p a r ty ��������� cam a i n Io p owe r  ihey sent, an agent to Biiiish Columbia when  j.h.fy ought to have sent surveyors to locate  :tb'e line and uavviea to build it. . It was.������tats d  Yhut tlie Government of British Columbia re-  f us ed. '.to, trea t? with M r Edgar li c c a use ho had  no 'credentials,   lie (Mr DeCosmos) was not  h.eVe as;an. exponont of the British Coinmbia  QoVern men t, but.'hp. knew th ey .t reated t b e  .;) p m i ii ip n - age nt with ail rl ii e t va p ec t so far' a?  his written., au thority eiititled hi tn  to.   Thai  .fljyrnl, over and. over' a a: at a. went to a certain  yenrjeman-in BvitWiColumbia lo gethiscre-  lenliala from the First Minister iu order "thai  ie might negotiate for a relaxation,-;ph.the  Hnns.of  union.   To (bat statementhe defied  ,."i7' "'"tpp /,'>i'coulradic!ion. and if. necessary, he could give  men' then asked the Dominion Government f  they would "eni dorse t^e action, of Mr Edgar  akiiiff expenses ;��������� Ontario co., 20 oz^n'l the an?wer tbey got was that tie-proposal-  .        4t.  ���������     .     ..     tv      , :��������������������������� i was withdrawn.   If there had not been so  ,js' run this week; tbe other cl airna Jjn-|ch h6t temper, shown In ttusmaUer^^o  jmuco desire to override a small province--so  much of the-fee I in* exhibited by the member  ���������or South Bruce in his fam >us Aurora .speech  ���������if there had been le.<s (if that fe-uin* op-iii  to work;   the creek .claims are all drowned, so]enC0 Avbiob(3ict,lted thQ wUhdruwa  out.  EonrjATroN.���������The select committee appointed by the Legislative Assembly to  1 .of the  po;osal of ���������.'"?! r Ed(rar���������and if there bad been  inorw of that feeling of magnanimity which  , r -   a ��������� re: ogi :i2ed ih e fact tbatrBf ifisli Col n mb ia was  OXftmine.j;ftjro,_mjjr conn try :and expected assistance  in  Info the working of tbo* Publio- School Act,.^,.. VOnt}) which si,e wouldretnm a thousand  1873 report in favor of compulsory edncja-ifold,".there would have been muchl4Sa trouble  Hon ���������:. that teacfiera should be selected from 'over'tbis whole matter.    If tbe;First;.Minister  teachers  whose  Trustees bv tbe  eraon?   the   duly  qualified  names shall be submitted to  Board of Education ;  cation shall have power to enncei the'ceriifi-  ������ate of any teacher proved guilty of iinraor-  alfer having ,'committod' the first blunder in  the-case of - British'-GoliUabia, had said thai  j Mr Kdgar wa-? his authorized apeiitje be'  that the Board of Edu-j lieved that instead, of;ait appeal to England.  IhP* Y?5"r6������*������V! t���������r-^"������ I fcll* Xlirti ' |/t uvlu -trv -rr v <".lx������ ��������� U.. . w  been easily settled.   lie would, say more���������  andhe was assured of this fact by tbe mem  alily; that power shall be given to the Board >. l)6raof the: British. Columbia Government���������:  -of Education to close Bchools where the attendance, falls below ten, if in their discretion  tbey shall see fit. to do so. .  :  Watkr STKRTcnFS.���������One day la������t week  while Mr Wm. Pattullo was crossinp: Cariboo  Lake on the ice, wilb tbe Keithley Creek  mfiils and express, he broke through tbe top.  layer into two feet of water and slush ice, but  succeeded *witb sotae difficulty in .reaching  terra firma none the worse of a little ducking.  Mr P. is of opinion that propelling a pair of  -snow-shoes, without paddles,, in two feet pf  water and slusii ice, with 220 lbs. on board, is  ralher dangerous, and a poor way:of utilizing  "Mackenzie's magnificent water-stretches. - We  would advise the public not to utilize ibo^e  water stretches in that way. this spring, as  there is hiyou chuck and ten as skookum i<ie  lor safety.���������[Com:.   . '    i'  ISsqo im alt Gra vifKO; Di?CK.^-In th e con r ee  ���������of the debate on the Esquimau Dock Bill,  Hon. Mr Wal k em a aid be w an ted to see six  hundred men at work on the Esquimau dock  in the month of -August.'and those men from  ibis province or English navvies���������No Cai^-  Mbis. The dock could be built, he bad ascertained from competent authorities, for ninety  fcbonsand pounds.  Tire late ice-shove in Quesnel river carried  tvij some ol the ferry apparatus.  that they were not.afraid.to go to the country,  hut were willing to appeal to the people on  auy proposition they might have agreed ,to  with the .Dominion about the railway.   What  th e G o ver nm eh t j however, re quire $ to kuo w  was whether the agent of the Federal (Severn,  meat who was sent to the province was au  ihorized to make terms, and binding terms.  The member   for South Bruce was  found  quoting from tbe confidential instructions of  tlie First Minister to; Mr Edgar.   And what  did they find  in these: instructions?.   They  found, in the first place,: that one Government  had agreed with- the people of British Columbia to do one thing, and the next Government  taking a course which in his judgment, and in  the judgment of this Dominion, was modt indefensible.   The hoc. gentleman then quoted  the most indefensible clause of these confidential instructions���������:' not at all lo threaten," and  said, just' imagrne the First Minister of the  Crown���������the chief of the Executive of Canada,  who was supposed to be the guardian of the  rights of ail the provinces, putting into a confidential  document  an   instruction   not  to  threaten.-  He regarded this whole utterance  ns one worthy of a man who would willingly  break an agreement solemnly entered into by  the Dominion of Canada with the people 6(  ���������British Columbia.   . ��������� .   The British Government knew that Canada had violated the coin*  pact with British Columbia, and the Finance  M in is ter dare net a sk f or a 1 oan on the Im pe-  more on the hundred founds than the loan  negotiated by Mr Til ley, involving nn annual  loss of S1GO,000 for thirty y.'ars, or four million eight hundred thousand dollars. This  wag ihe amount that-the Dominion bad lost  by the eimple blunder of daring to break  terms that aught*to have been observed! . ���������  ..The member for.������Sonth Bruce had .mentioned  as something extraordinary that an additional  engine would berequiretj at one place on the  line to haul trains up the ascent. The hon.  gehtleman: evidently knew little or nothing  of railroadin/r or he would be aware that pri  some of the Weglern lines iii ihe United States  ������?wo or three engines were required ,on some  grades. ���������������������������';.. He regretted the action of  the Government towards British Columbia^ in  ������eeking-'a relaxation of'the terms of union, as  Tat: statistics of tbe famine in Persia ar#  truly appalling. In Pamgbun, a telegrapLia  station east of Teheran, only 2������J0 families remain out of. 1,000, and ih-Teberan itself 200  persons d?ed weekly pi^starvation and typhus*  The district of Tm-bet;Hadri.lost'20,00a} tha  district.of Selwaz 24,000 ; Niscfaapur at least  20,000 ^Hamad'an between 25.000 and 50,000 ?  Kirraanscbe 50,000. Nescbid, out of a popu-  latun-Qf. 45,000,**lost:^0,000.- ������������������- ���������    -    V*  At a Moody arid Saukey revival meeting  recently heia io'Lotrdbh, Eugland, Dean Stan"  1 ey and;sixty.' A nglica Q. clergymen Occupied  HeatB.'on the platform."- The proceedings were  i huge political blunder.   All that this Gov- opened by Rev. Wm. Conway, Canonef West  eminent need have done was simply to have  #one to work and tried its' best to carry but  the compact; and the people of British Co  I it m bin would bavo -been 'perfectly satisfied.  But the Government Had irriluted the people  of British Columbia by the proposal to change  a solemn compact,, arid 'had nlienated their'  nlFectij������: hs -to- a ve ry. greu t ex te'i t. The peo p le  of .British Columbia were supporters of good  principle? and measures rather than of men,  and if tbey believed a measure to; be wrong  they would vote against it. He bad no. dpnb't  ���������hat the Go vor h m (nt w i t h their I a rge majori t>  would not be afraid of the consequences; blithe would tell, them that*lbs people'- of this  country made and unmade Governments, a'nd  'but tbey would not be likvly to sustain a  Government very long ���������who'se First ifinister  re n iid i al ed ad ell b erai e ��������� c on trac t w hi c h . b ad'  been entered'into with. British Columbia.  TuK SbrjTii W'Af.Kg tocK-OoT.���������Mi*. Mac don-  al d, M: P. f o r St a rto rd, p restd ed \r ecen tl y at a  'me e I i n g: o f i he Co ii he������l o f tl | e Na tio ti al - As'so -  c aiion of."Mihers, 'heId at Mancheister ��������� for- the  pit'������ p .-se of receiving the .rep'ont of the^" deputation app'6' hted .to iii q u ire . in to the circn'm -  s tancos of the 16'ck-o u t. ..He sai -1 he won Id  cvirattention" to. what had led to tlje,'presint  state of things' in *" South Wales. When, last  year,7 the men "siibmitted to-a reduction of 10  per ce n t. in th cir w .^ges'.'. th er e was a c o m mb n ��������� 1  ii j vdei-st audi ng that, .in- the event of a fnrjher  t -die -on being thought riocessary, the, w 1.  be. called together and. told the . reason. In-  st eud., of ��������� t h a t being carried out the men * were  ojII "d'tog.t .e>and told tbey were to submit,  Without consula ion, to a reduciioh.; that  ���������t;icfe was nothing else for them but' submission; _ Such a proceeding was equivalent1 to  ?ayiog that tho.working classes, not alone: of  this country, but of the world at large, could  not too. scon be put under foot. It mIght be  said; tb a t th ose nie n we re cap i t alis ts, a a d, b e-  'ng capital is (s, had ft right to do what I hey  1 iked with their owti. lie, for one,"did not  d Is p u te tb ey' were' c api ta.l fats,'- b n t h e ss r iousl y  ���������jifipnted. their right to do what tbey thought  fit, or their right to do what they might be  Iega 1 ly' en tit led' to- do. The ��������� capital ^ which  t' ay p; ;sessed was not to be used, and should  lioPbe lined, to crush the m 'D .who bad been  the nieans of collecting it. There were foiir  >\r: rive families���������the Crawshays. ibe Fother-  gill3,':thej-Vivians, the Dav ei/and a.few others  -^ruling'in this despotic way/ Less-than a  o 'iitury ago one or two men entered and b ������  f'*^*4--V \\k.ihe theb_hiij������u.d-Tn^lea and valleys of  \\afes, not with an ovet������V\.C7..Z.6  capital, but with limiled m>an3. By. the accumulated labor of the workmen they were  able to develop their operations still further.  IIad.it-been left io tlie arm of a'C.rawsbay, or  a-Fothergili, oraYivian, "ho wealth would  have been accumulated. Tb-aiiy, as than, it  was the working"iroriminera, the working co-1  miners and the navvies who gave ihe owner*  the wealth they possessed. It had cone fr������m  :bo accumulated capital which theworkiuy  men had'foolishly allowed to be drawn from  them, instead of insisting upon its being di-  ided among them by means ol .co-operutive  minster.  ���������; Ax.ice jam at Cottonwood, which broke en  Thursday; cTtrried away-part o'f the road'atl.d  gome three hundred yards of' the telograph  line. ��������� The latter,, however, was recovered  after a great deal of labor and placed* in  pes tidh; V ������������������'. --.'' ���������-   .   ���������   ��������� .  Til a: Up Express left Quesnel about 5 p.va.  to day .and will arrive ai Barkerville oirMou-  day^ Passengers���������Capt,.. Eyans, John Hcn-  deisen, Mr Love. *   , '..;.;...,.. v .,.  @ Down pAssExcKitsr���������Meeg'ris.' To wn sen d "an d  To plana' / witrbe passengers from Van Winkle  by this dowu Express.     <  : TriE Telegrapli Line' lias been down ��������� south  of Queenel since last Tuesday. -'   ���������  ���������; First ;.TuyNDER Sronu.--;The-first thunder  ���������storm of the season occurred on-Thursday���������  no! very violeiit.y The weather still continues  mild; and the snow,is melting fa3t. .  The last up mail arrived on Monday nftert,  noon, having been pa'ckexl from: JCottonwooiJ  by Indians.  :PpPyp{ pPiy-pi' '  Preparing; ;'������������������ for ..Work;���������The . bydrau 1 la  cl ai ms are getting their - ditch eft in o rder("ah d  preparing for work.'-y ;.- ,; y      p  PP'iyy.]  u'������.������.��������������� Mulei ,m  a=������p������  NOTICES.  N6ticeto_claimaiita of Land  IN TOWNSHIP NO. :9,:'"'  O307O0S DIVISION OF YALE DISTEICT.  \TOTICE 13 HEKE3Y GIVEN,. In'accordAnw: with;  li th������ provisions of the I.wnd Act,-187*4,,th'di th������  Tallowing Uu������'s situate in the Osojoos-Division1 bf .  Yolo District have been subilivIUdJ by survek'-and  theraap thereof has-been-forwaVded to the office of  J. C. Hciynes, Com.udssioner, Osdyocs:  Township-No. 9, .   .  Section 30, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24. 25, 20. 27, 28, 29, 30, 3S4.  82, 33, 34. S5, and 3(5  And that claimants of any portion pf thisJaai*. who  have not obuiiuoil Grown Grunts thcroof j-hob*'.;| provv*  their ciaims in accordance with Clause 21. Land Ac*  .18*4... . -       ��������� ; ' *  Forms of proof nnd dofelarations can 'boobtf  tho QQl<.o oi luo Commissioner, Osoy^  *ifioaat  Chief Comnnssionun ol- hiir^^a \yor^  .Landsand Works Ddpnrtv.bnt  Victoria,.April 3-, 18T6.       ��������� ���������>   ap24  VK.  production.' What:made the. port of Cardiff--  a port filled with the flags of .every nation in  the wo r I d- ? Wh a t ni a do ho t d ;B u te or . th ope  c >hin ec ted wi th hi;n ? It , was. the ��������� m on^y  drown from the hardy - sens of tai*N- The  wealth of a few great families in Wales had  been co 11 ec ted fro m workine ii and pro d u ced  by workmen, and be questioned the right of  men to turn round with their, wealth and try  to starve, the workmen and their ^families. He  could scarcely Bad language .adequate- to describe* the conduct of, those men. The miiie  owners of South .Wales were not making war  against the men, but were infamously attempting to carry their designs by rendering ibe  worften and children destitute. He did hope  that when the social history of England came  to be written names like those of Crawshay  and Fothergill' and Vivian and Davies and  oIhera wou 1 d go down to posterity witltyia-  'faray, as poltroons who attacked women and  children. He advised the Council, on reading the report, to give expression to their feel  Notice to claimants of Land  KAMLOOra DIVISION OF YALE  DZSTK1CT.   '���������,:  \TOTICE TS 1IEREBV.GIVEN*- inaccnrhincd\\1th  i 1 the proT-jsioua oty the Land Act, 1874, that th*  following lands situate in tho Karuloops Division or  Yale Diattiet have been sabdivide'.TIiV survey, an t  the nvip thereof has "been forwarded "to the oilico of  Mr John rsoyd, Comixuj������loo������r. Ivimloops.  Portions of Townships 87, 89. 90, 91,'93, 94, 95, 95,  97, 99,100.106,107.103. and 109-  And that chiUifcnts.ofany portion of this land who  have not obtained .Crown Grants thereof should prov*  up ih.ir cUhns in accordanca with Clause. 21, Laud  Act, 18;4, :���������:' ���������::--'"-' ". ;.  Fonna of Proof nnd Declarations Cfin ho obtained ai  tha oifico of tho Commission*!', Knniloops.  - .-./- ROBERT BE AVE K  ", Chief Commissioner Lands and. work**.  Lands and Works Department,   vric,torUi, ..Warcli 20,-1875;        '  ap2-l  ���������ial Guuraotee while this 66vornment"failed  to keep their nirreement with the province, legs, aa he had done, and do all they could to  The-Fibance'Mii^istcr had; admitted that the" assise tbe men and scatter*".e Association ol  Joan money was borrowed at sixteen shillings Masters to the four winds vi Heaven.  Notice to claimants of iaiid  ..  - NEW WESTMINSTER".-DISTRICT. '������������������.;'  \T������TrCE TS HEREBY GIVEST, in.accordancewitlv  XS    t!������o provisions of.the Laud Act, a574���������lliat th������ .  fallowing lands &ituat������-in tho District of NVw-'Woafe.'  jninst-r"have been sub*ivi 'ed by survey, and tho  map thereof has been deposited in the oiTico of H. V.  fid tflon da, Commission or, Now Westminster:  -Group 1.  Lot 237. ' ���������'  ���������       Group %  Lots 198, 199, andSOO. "! ' ; 7  ROQERl' BEAVER.  Chief Commissioner of LantU ������r4 Workai  L^nds and Works Department.  Tictoria, March 20, XS7i, t&  M  momieim/Mmrswmsmna!. w  ���������mu  ga������������ar������Hffg macaw rm6t*������*Sta*esmjam  HiSG&ULAtibX>VS.  wmxszazzzs&K  -������������������ ���������..r.'-'.yuBBiar  SAM0EL  SMITH,    ,  9tAiiLJ0    ���������    ���������    LIGHTNING- CREEX,  fisgon band a choice stock of   ...  Prvxsions, Oroqeries,  NOTICE-v  ���������Public-'Notice %  NOTICES  : NOTICES.  torsil District, beins also tha North-East eor-jof North.LalitWd* ; on tha'Sant hr ii,]  V.  v^lshbe willed),'  -Ife  WHOLESALE :AND--: RET Alt. A3 CHEAP  .,"   .; . as tub cheapest.        -v.'  ��������� ������������������:y:~ **'������������������ '���������'���������;. ��������� :-'.   / ���������  :: : aui ���������   ������������������;���������' * ��������� -' ������������������"������������������'  Christmas Present^,  '���������/���������v-'-Mebhanical.- Toys,  a r i e srX11 ustr at e &  p' ALMANACS,  PENS,. FANCY   STATIONERY,  J>EUFUHERY, aad other iktse.  ATPTiOEIS HSREBT-fflVSN THAT THE  f&p. folio?ving ar* ibp jSouodarifl* of the  Land Recording Districts id thoFrovinco of  British Columbia:1     .   p':-'������������������'��������� PP' ���������-���������"���������/>���������'���������".?��������� '������������������'  point  DISTRICT  "' A largo atock of ���������      "'.    m.-P  Dru^s& Patent Medicines  ���������'���������������������������'������������������*���������.-    ���������   yyy AT TH3    ���������;.   "  ���������'.;���������'.' BARKERVILLE DRUG STOP R.  PARTIES y: INTENDING^, TO AVAIL  ;���������ytbamselvesoT tho now Mining*LaW-and to put:  ofcaee their ground, can have the Survey Of the same  said ifap* mad������ by addrc23in������r. '. . ':..���������.' '"'��������� ........:  :%i yp -"^y-^^^'ty^^aA^ATLLOC"^  Of  ^oticbV tp ������laimantB. \  '������������������ ��������� ;'yp;:'- ��������� ':���������.'     ���������'���������-���������'���������;;���������:��������� :x. '���������=������������������������ Vj ���������;;..?.    -   ..* y'x ...  r LILLOOET; DISTRICT.  ;://:;/-;y:v.v^TOWN3mppd;- :^  j^OTICE;Is hereby.glvon,{that !n accord-  It /^niica' with the provieionB of the "Land  Act>;li874,'':the following lands situate in tlie  Diatrict of Lillooet, opposite Bi# Dog"'"Greekj  rlgrhtbanu of Fraser River, have been sub-;  &d \ v Id etf by. S u r ve ye, and 'Map e . th or������'������l h aye  beea.deposited in the QiBc������ of C. IS. Pope,  Eeq.. pjhfton :   -���������   pC\ '���������.'. <:.  -^  Sections^ 1/2, 2^ '  :������������������ ���������'���������'.. '-'������������������'  ;;^; "East half of Section^/'    y'. ������������������  ���������^:V;8ejttIooaJi'0v ll,,andl2. .       .".-"-.y  "'Fractions .:  West1 half of Seotiorii 15.  ^orllj'balfbf Section 10/  6ectioQB20, 21, .22.   . ..v    .  Fractional Section 25.' "'  Y-:ji  m  ;   NEW". WESTMINSTER DISTRICT, v ':-  '.The Land .'Recording- District of Now.Weai-  rn!n?ter shall be bounded' on the South by  tbo Southern Boundary of. the Provinco (the  49tb Parallel of North TiatUudb) to a point  about 65 milea Kast from tho shore of the  Gulf'of Georgia, said p oin t* b ������ing tba..Sou tb������  Ejutern corner of Now Westminster Diatrict,  and tti������ South'-Western oorner of th������ Yale  Diatrict; on the: Baafc "bj-'n line (bein^ alao  tho Western boundary of the Yale District)  running North from tho said South-Eastern  corner, cr6s?nij$r Fraoisr River aboutr:8 mi-lea  above the mouth of Harrison River, to a distance of. about 45 miles,; and theuce Northwest by North about 60 rnJlea, at an average  diatanoe of about'10 -miles Easti-froip tbo general oourBS of Ihi I>6.iigln3 Portftge, to the  Nortb-Easterri corner, of said Distriot, which  is also tbe North- Western corner of YateDls*- v^^i'^i'  OK TALB   (OS00TO09  Di VISION).  ,' y  Tho  Osooyoo5������������������ Land Recordinj Diatrict  shall hp bounded on tbo ?outh by tbe 43th  Parol !ci;. cbta morticing at ar poi at ���������(being" also  the South-East corns?, of :.the "fcale L������nd Re-  eordiOfC������������������Division); -tbehce running Westtjo  the Western boundary of Kootbnay Diatrict  then co- running Northward: along th* said  Western boundary to tho South-Eaet <orner  of tha Kamloops Land Recording Dirialou ;  thence following tho Southern and,Eastern  bouudariea of said Land Recording Division,  to the Soutb-Weatern corner of. tb������ said Kriu-  loops Land Rooording Division ; thenco due  South along the;boundary: or* .tb* Yata-Laad  lieccrdiDgJ/ivision to point of eouupsjnco-  monti  ���������:������������������-������������������.��������� p- :}.;���������.;..��������� ���������>:���������' ?:\   ';"  ������������������; ROBERT-BEAVEN  ; ....    Chief Gouimissioaer Lands jt%rv.  Lands and Works duice,;  Victoria.July*18t.b, 1874. ���������  ���������  .sa5  SA 5s PERRIES  : '���������'��������� Oolebrated  WOa C E ST Eft S HI RE  Deolared by Gonuotgecursto b  SAPCE  triot-.; oq tho North by> line (being also the:  Southern boundary,: In part,, of the Lillooet  District), tbence running West from, said last'  named corner, crossing-"Lillo'oet, Lake at a  point about eqni-dlatant froia .either end,- and  -(M������ucbfh^ the extreme Northern point of Jer-  vis Inlet (which Is the Soil th-West'' corner:\:of  Lillooot District) tlienco to Forbes Bay on  the shore of Desolation Sound;; and on the  West,' by\:a lino running through,the middle  of .Horafray Channel to Sarah'Poin* j and  thonce tn :a straight' lino Southerly-to the.most  'Westerly point of Savary Island"; thence to  mid channel-pf Gulf of Georgia^ thence to  tho centre of Sabine channel toitho boundary  .of Nanai rab'Land Record ing Distriot, fol 1 owing th ro ugh the con t re of sai A ch an u e t to a  point opposite i\>iut Dp wood. Tesada ialaud;  thence following tho mid-'channel of thoStWit  -of Georgia, to tho North .Eastern corner : of  Cowichan District} thence West oh tbo 49th  Parallel to point.of.commencement; and shall  inolude: the*1 following-.Islands :���������"itoffyV  mary,'.^'Kelyille,' ��������� Morgan,' * .Otter,'* Mink,r  ��������� Rngg'bd,' ���������' Savary, f:y* Ear wood,'-:;' Taxada/  .'������������������liardy,' ' Nelson,'X l Gai>tai",''-.'.' Pear^on.r  ' Tbormandy,"1 Trail^'Wblie;' * Anvil,' -De-  fence,' i'-'Woolbridge'/V * Gambier,?-.* Seats.'  * B 6 wen;������p Pas 1 oy > K ���������' Poph ani,' ������ Wo ol cb m b;e?  and * Passage,'and all other small Islands not  enumerated within said boundaries.   '': '--.:  : -6������etioiia 26;: 27, 28, 29;'54/  -    :   Sou t h *; h id / b f; Sec ti on gS.  Fractional Section 367  y   And that claimants of any, portion of this  y fsild who;have not obtained Crown Grants  thereof should prove up their clalma in accordance with Clause 21, "Land Act, 1874." ..  : v Forms of proof and'declarations'can be  obtained at the office of -the Commissioner,  Clinton.- ... - ..., ���������'���������-���������������������������  PPP: PpppP, > ROBERT BEAVEM,           Chief ComroisHloiMULXianila-������B/l-.-cr^-1"  ���������     Victoria, Deo/19,1874.    y, ja7.  ",       ;'--.^y:::-rMOTlO������.. P     ~     ���������  7JOTICE.TS HSKKBY QIVEJf thul the following land  X\ in Now .WoBtininster District ?.re hereby reserved  until further notice:  /.   TOWNSHffi-'WO. 1.  Block No.i:;Korthf Range 1 West. Sections 55, 28. Sfl  .   ;;,     of S^illun 1. '    *  Block 1 North, Range 1 West, Section 27 of Sec. Q.   "  JforthettHt fractional quarter of Section 28, known as  Lot 17. ���������   .-  TOWNSHIP KO. 6,  -Southeast quarter of'.Section Q.  .: ��������� 8������juthwe1t quarter of Section 6."  ��������� TOWNSHIP NO. 8.  *     Group 2, Lbt'109.  R. BEATT5N,?m  . .EChicfCmnml4sIonerLanU3and WorUs  t������n1e ������n-I Works Oi.'iwiiue-nt,  Victoria, Fob. 12, 1376.  DJSTRICT.QF YALE (TALE DIVISION).  The Yale Land Itecoruing Divinion shall  be bounded on the West by a lina commeoc-  ingpn the ,4Sih Parallel of: North Latitudo,  65 miles Eastfxom tlie Gulf of Gaorgia, bsing  also the Southeastern corner of New Westminster Land'Recording. Distriot ; "thence-  North about 45 mlloaj thence J^orth'about  45 miles ; 'thence.North-West about 50 miles  to a'point, being tho North-Easterly 'corberof j  New Westminster District; tbence East about  57 miles to P point near the-janotion of the  Thompson and Nicola Rirero"; thence Iff a  S ou fo ��������� Sa 8 terly. d trectlp o, ra n ni n g. p ar all el to  the general course rif the Nicola--V*������~r>: ?"������  j:���������.^���������.-^������v i uiiieif p?y, ^niirifrora distance  of about 35"mil08 to Gold water River; thence  in a Southerly direction alonjj (ha trail to a  point 2 miles West ������f Princeton; thence due  South to the 4?th Parallel, about 35 mliea ������  thence along tbo said'parallel to,tha point of  commencement.  ;:    LILLOOET DISTRICT.  : .Thft Land Recordia^ Olatriot of. Llftboet  shall be bono do cl on the East b/ei Hno (bslhf,:  also the Western bonn������arj> io p;irt,'' of-.the:  Eootenay ��������� District)   conjmohbia^  from  th������������  corner of Yale fiiectorai District; .; thence; foil owing a* course.: parallel to;  th o- gene ral con r ge 6 f tho Co 111 mb ia Ri ver and  about Jteii mil^B distant lh������rcfrom, 50 "milosJ  , to; a poi nt oh th e 52d Pa r a \\i\ o f Nor I li Lit!  tiido, wbioh Jr.. the"Nor'th-JSastern' corner oi  .said.Lillpoet Distrfct.apd^tbe Soutb-Eaaieri<i  corner of Carih^y Oi������trlcitj- on the. North bv:  th e aai <I '62 d Pa ;dl I e 1 (betng- al so ih Pjiput h er!  bonndafv of Cariboo1 I)ietnct) .crosuln^  tb-  Carib b o' Ron u' a t 'tho 13 St n nit I e poa t, tb r ���������. e;  distance pf about 220:m|le^;'.'to; a pofat'.on thV  12ith 'Ktc11dfao, wh io h is: the Nor tti-Westeri  corner -'of sa id Lillooot District and the Sout)  VVeBtpfn corner of Ciirlboo DistiJjDt y On th*  West by the:jiaid-124th Meridian,6distance;  of ab.out 123 -niiloBj. to:tbo.���������point;-=whore:th-  saiij Meridian intersects .thai-Northern boiiu  hary of Ne^v Westmbuter District,. at th  THJC   ONLY    GOOD. SAUCE.  Cau  most  causa  public la-heraby lBfo^m���������d4hiltKl������PJa^^l,,,  a*,1sto . "y*a?^P^-  cure the jaaut  ask iro:a Lax  '*;  PER'RIK3������ SATroV  ���������r������nftto������e$ that, their names arc upon th.^:^  {jL*tx������,a-rottea,andnomtt'y-v' yri"���������*xP***P.  Some of the foreign !m������rteat'9\havi'njr^beenWnM^/!  wiUvaepurlouaWorceflterslUrcSanrefiS  ?or.Md label*i of���������wh|ch:tbe>atrta3;6ri!S?������Vd ^ i  -.avoocen forged,.L; anxl, .P.Jglye, notice that J f  nave fnrD>8h;'ct thelroOrreapondenlVwith nr^IJ  attornsyto takein8t8.nt,pr6eee1inj?y agai^ai M4J  vac*o* na a a n d r a vpoa a o f-a a ch ,\o r a n y othcr Iiiu:''  uon������by irhiclithelrrl^h irony helnfringed ��������� ���������  Aslfcfor liEAi&.PERRiKS* :Siuco t������nrf ,.*���������  ��������� Stoppery  ^rai?p*,r' Label,.Bo.ttle, andXl  '��������� "-Whoicfeale and for expert by* the pronrirtorn Vm  :C������at������,r;:Cr6������ae.A niackw������ill:-.r.6n06i>, &c:     /������������������: ' ,ei'  >y Oroeers aad -Oi I'm en un ty ���������t.pji I ly.       ''   " ''  : Piibic NoticeT^^*"  ��������� P^k;Rd   VATS   DLL L 3.  ^^  THE FOLLOWING -t  ta an*  vrEITEACTfaOIAIETTSE;.  . dated ldthvMny, 1872, from ftn old inhabl-  tant of Hprriingshjim,' near Warnifneter-  ���������v v\ ���������.���������,....:���������'������������������ .���������/������������������- kWilts:::.;   v.- y.'--..y '���������-,;���������  *s I must also beg Id say that your Fllle nre  an cxcelloht modiclno for mc, and 1 ccrtuinlV  do enj>y good-health. Round  slo������-o,  and i  good appetite.   This Is owi������-to taking your I  Pills.   lam 78 years old. j  " Ilcmhining, Gentlemen, your* very re.  spectfuliy,   .      . ' i,/fl,JB  To the Proprietors of  (; VAmUihft PILLS^   London  DISTRICT OF  TALE {KAMLOOP3  DIVISION).      '   ���������  -The Kamloops Land Ilo������6rdfng Division  shall be bounded on the South by a IIqo commencing at a point 2 miles West of Princeton  running due East to tbe South point of Oican-  agan Lake;   tbence on the  East  by a ifuo  running Northward;  and following the Eastern shore of Okanagan -Lake to its head ���������  thence due North to Round .Lake ;' thence-on  the Fo-Uh by n line running _riue East to the  Eastern boundary of Yale Electoral District  being also the Western boundary of Koote'  nay District;  thence following the Western  boundary of Kootenay District, to tbe North-  Bast cornor of Yale Electoral D&riy.; thence  on tho North by the Southern boundary   in  part of Llllooet Distriot, numing West from  the said last named eornor, and passing abou fe 1  corner of said  District (which ia 'tiaP  Nor t h- Wee tern. corn e r of Ya le * Bleb toro.1  t ric t) an d Jhen ce by t he. Nor! her a, boundary  befora described,' of said Yale Klectoral  trictVto the Soutb-Kaatero cornev of oMd. Lit  I poet Distriot, which' is ������W the vNorth-Eastert1  corner of Yale Electoral Diatriot.  DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY:    :  .   Tho. Land Recording District of" Koot������o'a\  shall bo bounded on the \ye?t.by the befop  described Eastern boundaries ctf, Yale Kiel  toral and Lillooet Diatriots up;, to  Ihe 'North  Eastern corner.of ..Liliopai'. Dirilrlct, .which. i>  also the South-Eaetern eorhet of Cariboo W  triot, and thence by. a li^o (beirifj a!ao. tin  South-Eaetern boundary of Cariboo District  following the general course, of the ���������olumbi  River.^nd distant from it.about 10 miles, fo*  a further dietanco of about 6'0 miloa, to >  point oh "the 118ih-n!erii]ian, about 15 laikv  North-East of the Boat Encampment,   an>  theqpa by tbo 118th.Meridian (being also rb:  Eastern boundary, in part,; of Cariboo JDir  the Eastern boundary of the Provinoe ; o.  the East by ihe said Eastern bouuden of ih  Province; and on the South by ta������ 45ti  raraHal, the South$Fei boundary of las Fro  PICO*.' *  ���������.. DISTRICT OF CARIBOO.  Th������ Land Recording District ,������* Cariboo  Bba.l be bounded on tho West by tbe-12411:  Meridian, which is also the Eattaro boitndarr  of the. Coast District  Mo granting of *' rl#cUa of Forry.; the Uvx^*\\  >oy partlcuUrtrade orcallfng, or .,f 6Uv .MDi-Siirii  ������oinpfciiy ;or otherwise for^rantlnp-to a*':y inilivj.'ud  - rludiVidnals \iny ���������icluelvo or peculiar ri^ilso-nfiV  iegey whatercr./orfor doin������ aiir'-niatler nr \\M*  . hlcb tn its operation would n.Tect the rlifl;: or f,r-.p-  rty or other, parties, .or relate to any .particular dai  f tttr commuuily; or for malcinjf any ameuHmi-Bicfa  ice nattiro to:any former Act, eliall require ������ Noiier  leartywutl dlatinetly' specify tog tht nature and fil������J������ci  . tin: application, to he published as follows viz :  A Notice Inserted- Iu the Ornish CdutuhUGi?.t;!?,  nd in. on3  newHpaper publ'lehed Id tho'dlniriouf. ���������  . 'jctoil, or if there ho no newEpApvrpnbliahed iJieris,  aealnanewjipeperfn tho next nearest-dUnci id  veten a newspaper Is publlshod.  Such notice elian.be continued In.eacli aMSu  period of at least nix we-*k������/during tie IcUrnUl  imo between the closo of {the nest nrcceiline Sento  *nd the consideration of the petition.  ^'Before any Petjlion praying f.ir leaf to lriD5  ���������a a Prirat*������ B������li for the orcction ol* a Tell Hr!.!jw  ���������resented to the llonse, the porson or persona iotnU  iiK to petition for.suoh Dill ihbll/upon givia^ Ui*ao  icepreseribou in the preceding Rule, also aithrf wraa  J roe and in tbe S) me manner, glre notice oftl!-r������ui  VeSei^of'y^ler/' 'h-������*t^t������^ theprirllew  IniS���������-     ������/che������, the Int*rTat betivaea iu  <nd mentioning al������o whether they intend to iwri b  -r������������rbr.(!ga or not, and the dimensions ot tho ������������m������.  ,'���������'-' -       J- ROWLAND UFTT,  JU* Clerkjor ibo LegislaLlTS A������sombl|  mjd   -rrv *-*~vj<5*������  oa tfco South by th*  5^dPara,}8l, which ia also the Northern boun-  dary pf LMooet District; on the Soulo-Eas  by the before described boundary, in part, o'  Kootenay DiOriot; on the Sset by ttia 118tl  S  s  VTOTIOE   19   HKUKBY  .i-'f    on and alter tho  OIIVEN  THAT  three miles Nerih of Seymour, to a distance  of .about 20 miles; theoco in a direct lino  about bo imles, to-a point on the Morth  Thompson River (Meridian Bend) about 15  miles North of Kamloops ; thence in a direct  Parallel  of  North  LatitiaVlt^  boundary of tha Province.      *     * mnh9Ti  IFIRST DAT OF NOVEMBER NEXT,  i������tn!?!miJkn.th* Cwih������o Distriot hisy bo laid orev  i������hJ'A*??il.,rt^ lST5������ 8,ll,iyct ln t,1P 9th Section  X the Gold Mining Amendment Act, 1S72.  rr. m. HAL/-,  RJebflerd, 7th October, 187* C������W  CommlwituH-r.  ociO  Government Assay  DISTRICT OF OMINECA.  Tb������  ine about. 15 miles North of Kamloons-  thenoe in >a direct line about 50 Mae* to tho  114 mite post ou the wa������onroad from Yale io  S^ttSTlfl * direCfcliDe 60'railes to  ������  ������h u u1Jtnd-.^fTdlriaf District of-Oniitsecf  ahaH be bounded on. tho South  by  the 51U  .the 124th Meridian of East Loneitnde - n-  the North by the 66th Parallel; fnd on it  tuS J h Um'mi*t Baat fongl  DISTRICT OF OASSIAR  UB.OU THIS DATE THE ASSAY Charge.  ������- lor lots of Gold Duat of Fifteen Ounces or unci"  ie  ^REDUCED TO TWO DOLLARS,!   J  m& for ��������� y '  &IINKHAL. ASSAYS TO FIVE'.'DOLLAR  |W, .HrrcncogK  ml  mm  ���������Hw  klwiMmitffu.iini.LW


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