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Soda Creek,     ��������� -   -������--��������� ^P:     Barnard's Express'  'Clinton,    -   '������������������ . -    . ���������;     ���������.     ,BarnardVExpress?  Yalfean -x,$ /.^h^^ai-ifl 4������^ -    ���������' <l0  -Ncif-Woswln'steir^*> -^,'��������� -^"^������'"4    John Murray  Victoria;.-   ...   >���������.���������'������������������ ^.-v.'VS .-.y - '.   -Mr Webster.  ir. R ���������Fisher,*-'"- -!   - -    -\ yy ���������- ���������    ��������� San^Fnminsce'  ;Beah & Cb^j' .-.'���������������������������;'j^ ,r fcrV rVUV'i" 1 ���������H:/'-���������' &w:FraucisW&i  <3^5treet; ... ��������� "^. ? V ^30-������3rnh!K, .London, *.'0.J  '#;;>��������� ^;i;tf.#':V ^I'.'sr.j-'f;'.  Cards?���������ircnlarsi Foatef s and;Programmes fort  B^U^and.Tb^atiical EntertMnmeots  :  j  fp&* Kxec itted;wi th n eatnesBandidispatchi^^i  ������������������������������������' /,' ��������� Term's,*modernteuiM >.������? ^i" iM  - i  TITS REPORTED DODaBFORGERYr j  ^be/fwi^l^  t be - mem ber^f 6 %^orib^y orfc with ^forgetry,'  ������rAi feh^^^ea''^^b^atlpD^%,nd,, the^* |������re(5iffe  n at ure of the charge 'gtagger'ed a good ^many-  :peo pie,    A charge ?o f forge ry aga i nsti pmejn -  her :nf-'-pHrUamtfnt is a very serious oneVand;  IiIp colleairnea artd^ttie^iMiblie'imns^^^teen;  ;gl ad to learn th at i t was1 un warranteA.���������'���������"*'������������������   ���������; \)i\  Th e eh a rge wag tli at d\ir i n g tlie last e reiition^  : "Mr I>od^e hftd'writ^njaleu^  lory of hi rnseif, and bad forged to i t then nme  of the;ReVi;[i>r. Clurfce, of feiizarjeth.-,New jer^  myp that this "letter had been published,'ac,  companied by another, torwfa1cn*'t1ii6;'naihe'..6'f.;  tho Rev. Canon ^RamsaV" bad? -been forged :i  an d tb at tu'eae 1 ett'era bad b e'eti! pri n ted and;  ci r eutated^ through? the* Riding^ inflde c\ce jtye \  diimi;ofilleciorl^P. f-*\^'M^p  The explanation madeby Mr Dodge in the  House otCominons shows that the charge was  entirely nntrueV 'The.retter'of ''vv-. Clark was  a bona-h\de:.p^-^pittea ^by that gentleman.;  C an on Ramsay 'fi? letter w as . w ritten by his;  jflorj^Rebjfer^ Rdtn^ay;/ of Qrilltafa gentlelnan'  'df rather doiibtful pol itical moral ity.   Th is  '.^.bfctli^-p^oYedse^ to5 have fait auU6rity3 from  ���������his Mh^;^luse.)l,^���������na1ne,;fIl^ justified that  ^profession by his"telegram to Mr Dodge after  'bis^election*. /t-IIappiest[day/of my .life.  'Iloftge for oyer."/ Sut;Mr Robert Ramsay  rliad an eyeJ toJ business.   Rkving used his  'father's name he made a demand~a modest  one   under   the., circumstances���������for "iwe.  tt h oiisand five hu ndre'd do 1 lars as the eo ii di ti on  of holding lits tongue about what he was now  pleased to call a forgeryi   The rrioney was  very ^properly Refused. yHe tjien Ifes^e^/a  writ of summons, demaading $2000 for ser-  vi ce's !during the ele'etioil.  To this Mr Dodge  entered an appearance in the usual way; and  /finding* that gentleman*unwUUtigto-be fright  en ed into the payment of any sum,; Ratmsay  then placed the corr������spondence in tbe bands  o f M r B ro wn of: the QI o b fy. to b^ beldv by th at  gentleman as a' means of coercing the member  for North York into vol ing the opposition  ticke t .That is the state .of th \ n ga. a po n wh j ch  P.: ch ar ge of' f o rge ry ag-al n st Mr Dod ge has  h������en founded ; and o ur, reade rs can������see from  it hpon/how slight a foundation atnoit serious^  charge can be based.   If there was any .for  geryl W was commi tted by tbeJGlobe?sJfriend,*  Eobert Ramsey, and* not by Mr Dodge.  has a handsome facC-feTigtit?r-Bwe'et':'-mainrier8!  cleiri voiced l^e������an^ofaciieT8tyle^an4;was  almost unknown;,to the public at large nhtil  be SSd'ieil^outh ifab tiehTnd^'": He ^Ssfwariy  fifty years, o Id before be. won ;hia ocelebcity ;  and'b^wb^ix^rin^a:flash: He hadifouud&  seating ti^jHo^^ilf^fii^ [m ad"e- no t  m nob of ������'way 'there un till the ;���������> famous " Don  8-, ^ojficoj? ^etfa|^i^;^5^  memorable qc^i on .w^  defiBiillipg;^       of * fiis; "for^  had ���������j fceen ^ avraigneiii for* ,high-h anded,, arro^  gance, cap ti vafeed tbe Hettse and' tbe country'  by his boast titiifrc\ti%^?b^  might,; g y vi r Ue,������f. h is ,p r o tect-ipp-, ^p araphi ase  the immortal M Ci via Rom anus suml^f But!  e ve n Pal oierston \ b sp ee chx was" tb r o w n into  >���������.'-: i:.:..'...      xr . :/x.'-:y  ;**>>KTW'X.'i/i'���������'{*'������������������  ;  the shade by the.vjjuaezpec,ted.. brilliancy^  power, ^sptnt'i andL grace of the speech, in!  wbiph the almost uDkab.wa(t^^oeatej;:: jAIcx*;  an der pock burn; suTprised and. delighted the!  BQus^v fl^K^fl tljej^^^ra^px^at^oV  Ministerial ^enebeif iweWA a-aj mhmen t; al most  deserted, such was the, rush of ntembt'.rs to;  congratulate\y\pm* % *Thgti 6pyee/5Jbi \vas the aen-j  satiou of the session. It is 4oub te6\ whelher  ;ahy spewh ��������� deli vered5 within ^.memory * 'ever/  er(ty'A:. *-��������� ;--i.-.t   v- '���������������������������,'?;ji.  Xr .'������������������r-:     -l.X  .:������������������>. ,���������> ������������������-���������-'������������������������������������   ������������������/.,. ������.  ;created:s8uch avsehsationi!:^Fpr; although there  $%f%j-j^n������ tT$^lffi*y%T$$&V- spe^bhes,, yet  these came from, lips'..to whichTthe"eaEiiofythe  Hoiise ti already; turtied twith^the; natwrak and  weH;juf*iifled s^^patioti; of'.great'j,th1 pg|^4  BHt^c^uru^roj^jJa  satire mauvand������'he-������at;down:avcelebrity;* The  juco^wasSlike that 'v^ic,hji80mevre^1y:^eat  actor makes whun he^geta his^^firstt^charicfe^f  playing; a fi^e' ijart.. aQ^^ming on the^st^ge  a nobody;ileaves it- with'fame and fortune ki  his feet. EngIaiidii8gove'Miedb5rlParliamen4  tary speaking. .' it would hot "be easy to e'6.n4  vey to apy^fitranger^a fuil^ide'ftyof.j tji^ 'influ-!  ence oil a man s career,wtiichi one remarkiible:  speech in:ffie House mtiyi ;b^eT Copkbrirn^  way was maile. by that flight!,J Iu a few  monthshe1 was' appbiii feed Solicitor General';  in a-feW; months more��������� he was raised;.;ti:- the  rfinttsdi "'A^rufii-G^iwraU;';-^: P'PypPi % '���������  /:P'U V-''' "'���������  1(31^'$&8X l)ukBi cbLBBTDGH H "' v  T&w&gm&Qt^f^^  land sbowed^uex^p}^  inTcointerfeiting not only bank notes; but the  c^njraeffiial 6ape0Sf}fiSfelp^l^^s^'imf?  traU6abtiohs fqr'pbntbs^t^^^^  confidence witfi' *tSft-*Bauk/"';!T^  having Mae a hauloX^$4^0,Q0:0.,yy-^^U5v:.  ���������;!.��������������� V if j-xf ....  ;..B)QT^^pBTA?E^lg^';^.^  ^M1K'ifc  ... ,jMi..   _.. ���������.  *      -��������� x::   inyy-y.r  -vh;   f i!^;l;*' .1 ';,-.'::-.r-Xfr':-rr-'  ���������x': -in ,ry;j .../,;/. >yfy >.- ���������'������������������^���������y^svyiy -���������������/ v-.-������/\ =j  x-?^;. ��������� -��������� y y j& tii' Mt:s '������.* *������������������ ^������i 1'.i���������: .t^ ������uw^*.  ySy:l;>;v^'y4 ^S^.Pyiy; ypppy rppx-f/r:PPp}^  ': - :v.'.>-.- '���������:. ������������������;��������� \----;-:''J:V.i'������K--'������^:'-^faiJ:iii:������:^^  'u i& [SBi3CJBSSOBS ITQ^WDNI^' V?  ...; xU^x^^-'yvp-V'Pj^i %":,^iiy.rJ:Pk>;y& n(,<y.H'  ���������. . r*.������V-1? f'f *..;'} \t 1 .v'.vv|. \: y> ;\ y.#pv tt .r.y* ,r..',V v^:-  B?g'fo ^rm'-tKeirr^enfl^Wnd' tn<s'jiablirthat ^ha ?  hlive taken the well kuown promises in Barkerville  'ao^loag4faVoralJly patronised. whilerin the^occupation  of Mr N;'Cunioi" >x  niri ���������?'-���������-' * l . .-���������' * y '��������� -    ;>' v.  XYypy^^p::pxpyy::^PppH^p.yxpppy:\pppsn  ������&ir:  IGNEOUS;  xw  r^ tm.H'j^s  "5 i  Sl"1  ���������:*^.0;i)'iW.iS$':-.;v-';:-i'  yv^or^sioasi.  '^OAfeW.^-^ -v"   ^"'..i- ''y  v. v.!'., !���������.'  vv'^y;'-l^!.^yy v ��������� S:':5/^  constantly,kept qn/haad.- j- ,V/1 ; - ������-. -'"v'i '  ^Ehe;: lB6^ng*I)e|^^p^  ��������� ".'-.- yssfe;". <j������a '-^- ���������"..;���������'��������� '��������� i  will be always ��������� carefully "atteniied to, and the host*  Beds and 'aceomtnodationi^pHvicled for, their-' cusi  toraers-t.     ���������    -\P;   ^ yfny *yy>-     =,     .' -dr!6. j  Uutyx>%   y '.uup, y '\.y ��������� n >y i'm?j?> (ydi-i������vP������ &$' '  ^WA^m^ i  yyi i<U '��������� <^.D -JB EiQ,f ^������F^/jEx?,:;f, u- '^  ;y. p<<y ":';<- ytyhyypyp *H^'xv,cpPrrry  Px:;P'' * V.: ^y-y^y-K,y (U- -^y-u.y -;.'/-���������h ,rq  If J'!G.������H:TM1 N:G^*������#E������E������  IMG,..  isort-   ..  !.���������>. If?' A f "f"'' ��������� i'T- '���������' ?'"\ ft' '"V ii  \'.\ :"f"  is^another lawyer; ip: Parliament:   He is terribly diffused yVpompared;-witb him Gladstone  is cbncise and fJardwen lacouic. ^It- seeriis ss  if; hevwere posi tively iocapable; of answeri ng  the simplest queBtions id p fewJc^ear vvprds^  Obviously, fee is;enamored of his own stylo  of speak wig, and lpy.es, to ;hear his^wn voice,'  T he voicei and^siyle are h 0 tb" very ch arm ing.  ydfinWright once called Coleridge' the most  '���������* beau t|fuP? speaker 'i ih the Ho use of Ce m  rnons. A better description could not w> li be  given.   The speeches are u beau tlf nl,"' Co I >~  ridge s voice is sweet and pure ; his manner  is full of ease and grace 5 ihe words and sentences flow out like a swift, clear, melodious  stream.   The orator, a tal 1, thin, b aid in an,  looks all the while so beningly self-sathfied.  so feerenely consciousof bis own gifts, graces,  and general superiority, that it seems a'sweet  condescension in him to consent to instruct  mere common men.   Perhaps it is needless to  ad4^hat ppleridge Is uotva great favorite in  the *Hoiise of Commons:  Men don't relieh  that tone of sweet and bland superiority.���������  Some even declare that they find nothing in  the tuatter ofvthe^Attoraey-Geneialr81 spejecbeS  to warrant such style; that he is an' utter  failure as a politician";' that thf������y would like  80r������ething more in a great ParUameirtary  officer than a beautiful voice, a choice diction,  and a ^ast-aelf-cpnceit y., ,and.,. thatr ��������� in iact,  they consider Sir John ia Parliamcut as a  good d^of ffHumbugy  "- ^:?| *���������-' W*  ��������� iyPp^SiiXpi-:M  BES!TO ANNOUNCE .^AT'TiiT^^W^QSWJJ  v to the 'spacious premises tforiricrly known, astho  St.' George,tSalpon,-.whero:ith^;wili;b������ataU^tjnt-  vir.rf  OF "TWl  BEST  The?,BAB V   furn"tehed with (the finest WINES  lilQUORSandClGABS;^ "  ���������:s-.:y > >;  -���������   <���������.   ,  Board,  - $12 per Week  '!'....  .(J;'W-'LINDHARb.f:  V Van Winkle; June 5,1872,  .������;hl  ''-!  ��������� ��������� feirau^    .'��������� * >*'������������������''-'���������  RE preparodgto furnish Lumber at thelrJJJIills,  William Creek, or deliver it to order.  LUMTBER DELIVERED ON UGHXNING  CREEK,  ���������  Having a Pianlng Machine"|in eperatlon they wll  alsofiifnish' . '    -' ���������'  BARKERVILLE, RICHFIELD  v.- y PV-/-1 '    ���������And��������� :-,j.-j   j  <--.si  A SUPPLY OF THE  at;sfttt''faotory.taW8,"':  ALWAYS ON HAND.  ?y  tl  Mr  :i  If  Xx'  ���������X-  X  ���������I,  Si'v'.  :x  liy  vi  y  -  ���������-������������������.���������������������������  ���������  ry  .'���������-: :  '���������'��������� '���������  P  '������������������ ���������!'  ��������� " i  ���������y  %  ;��������� :'���������'  ��������� ������������������;.'.'  --:.  y.  mm MlUsMflmiSHlV THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY, APRIL 26.1873.  THE PROGRESS OF CANADA, y  The Public Account* of the Dominion of  Canada, and Tables of the Trade and Navigation, have been laid before Parliament, and  jtfve"evidence in facts and figures of the rapid  prowth in prosperity and wealth of.the whole  country.    The reoeipte   of\ -the. past year  amounted to nearly ~ $ni000,000. while ten  years a^o the receipts for the old Provioce  were but Httle over $8lo00,000. Tb^Customs  yeceipta last year were over twelve and a half  millions^ 1862, $4,652,000, and three years  *#>, for 1868-9, they were but $8,272,000-  Tb������ total receipts of the, ConBolidated. Fnnd  for the past year reached nearly $21,000,000.  There has been a large surplus of receipts  over expenditure for the last three years, and  ]a������t year it.amounted to.over three minions  ������r; aollare. Thje aurplua has hpm fiuffipieut  to cover the expenditure on capital account  caused by the acquisition of? the; Northwest  Territory and the building of the Inter-  co'onial Railway, eo thatnotwithatanding the  large expenditure for publib 'wclrke the net  debt h������ not inereaaed to any great extent  ': Tlie Postal service^ *nowa; a prosperous  Btatementin.theface^^of large expenditure for  th^exteniuott and ^n^?^������6?1 :������f P^^  facilities..''..-  The following table will show th������ nr g*h  lude of tke import trade::, : *��������� y:  We will not tire our readers with any more  figures. The various returns give, evidence  of a great and wide-spTead prosperity, Bhared  alike by all classes. The country le moving  onward.; And although British Columbia  makes but a poor appearance inthe list compared with the older Provinees, let.Vns hope  that when Qte next returns are laid before  Parliament it will be shown that she also has  done her share in adding to the, wealth and  prosperity of 'the great Dominion of the  North.' " y: '"pp:-  ������asa  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE  Copartnership heretofore existing between J C.  CALLBKEATH. and J. F. HAWKS, Farmers, under  the Firm of Callbreath & Haw as, i* this day dissolved  by mutual consent. -*f   ":-  ��������� J. F. HAWKS wilt continue the business and aB  sume all liabilities,of the Firm, and collect all accounts du& to the late Firm,        y    yyyy;  J, C. eALLBREATH.  ;:     J. F. HA^TKS.  Witness���������E. Brm,.   y  Springfield, B.C, April 16th, 1873.. y.    ap281ra -  Goods payincr specific duty.  Da- do. specific & ad valorem duty,  Goods paying 25 per cent.,-"  y*/'-y :���������;���������'���������:���������:."   f 15 per cent.,   *. -pp  16 per c^nt.,  & per .cent., i ���������  Total dutiable'goods)  Ereefroods   cvir-"- V vy.P,y  Coin and bullion; ' v  ^���������1872.  '���������$'3 061.675  7.407.825  -   ,934.393  4!hlll;574  "������������������1.0BI.113  4.121,898  $65.758 47������  ^������753,749  FoVeign reprints[pi Britisb.^py-  ;. .righta. '���������  P,;!: p'"������������������'';���������)' ���������' -'%������.'���������'.  filtered for consumption in Brit ���������  Ish X361 umbia. , ;    r  Do. do. Manitoba,  $104^17X55  ;.';-4.221  1,764,068  1,020,173  | y:i Total imports, P' r; { ; ;S1^P?.11������  Th^se figures show the. amount of goods entered for consumption, upon which the duty  paid amounted to $18,045,493. Tbe actual  Imports reached tbe> figure- of $111,430,527,  eo that the aggregate trade of > the Dominion  reached the enormous sum of $194,070,190. y  .. The Export trade .of the. Dominion js afco  rKpidi/increasiogi Ttre following itf aitato-  rn^nt of the experts,for 1^72 : ? . ���������  Produced tbe Mine,          ' \ $3.936,60a  Fisheries,         ,:       T\    ,.          . .4 348.508  j,Yr^t.           ���������' ���������������������������;            y; 23 685.382  Animals and their produce, 12 416.613  Asrnultural produce, 15.374.502  Mnnnfactures.   ...   ; ./. -..:.--', y 2.389435  Other articles, 513.066  Ships built at Quebec, 332,262;  Puljlic Notice.  SEALEDTENDEBS,jENDOBSED ^TEN  der for keeping tho following sections of " Ciin.  ton, Alexandra. Alexandra to Cameronton Road in  n-pair for ONE YEAR from the 25th May, 1873, or tho  date of signature to contract, will be received by the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works at. his office,  up to the 19th" May next, for the followhig works  Section No. 1���������Lillooet to 47 Mile Post, Lillooet-Alexandra Road.  Section No. 2���������47 Mile.Post to 10S Mile Post, Lillooet-;  Alexandra Road. : ���������':>'���������  Section-No; S���������100 Mile-Post to 177-Mile Post, Lii  ��������� s ��������� ";   looet-Alexandfa Road;v ���������-'   -  Section No. 4-^177 Mile Post to Quesnelmouth.  Section No. 5���������Quesnelmouth to Cameronton.  Plans and.Specifications can be seen at.the follow"  ing places:'. .j . ��������� ;'..'.- . ;:,.\: i:ii pVpi] ������������������ _��������� ���������<'���������'���������������������������������������������  - Land Office, .Victoria; Assistaiit Commissioner of  Lands and Works, Now Westminster; Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works, Yale ; Thorivis Buie,  Kaq , l.yttoa; Assistnnt Commissioner of Lands an<l  WprkB, Lillooet;.;C. Pope, Esq., Clinton; R. McLee^e-  Bsq^/SoUarCreek; Av'*-Bailow, Bsq.i{Quesnelmouth;  and the Government OfilcOj-Ricbfleld.;' ".[ p :  The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted.  With, each Tender, must be ec closed the nam -s of  two responsible persons willing to give security for  the due completion of the work to;the-;amount;6l-- ':  ���������   For Section No. 1���������$200.   xP-Px  *y.y;-^.Forsection.no.2���������$20o;r y y.y y- \- <:-^r  ~    - - For Seel ion No.-3^-$ 200;-"   - :?-;-s   ���������  For Section No. 4���������$200.  For Section No. 6^$1000;   y'-y-   < .:  ROBERT BRAVEN,  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works.  ...     ...t ,,,���������.-. f..(By..Thomas Spence, Superintendent.)  Yale; April 10, :1873. ���������<'������������������-    ��������� ap28  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  Total produce of the Dominion,   $61,000,436  Coin and bulHon, 4.010 398  Goods not the produce of Canada. 12.741,125  Estimated am oil nt short returned  at inland porta. 2.887,056  Exported from British Columbia, 1,912,107,  Exported from Manitoba, #.541  ' $8r,"39,663  The tables by Provinces gives tbe follow.:  log statement of imports :     >  ���������"-'���������-^ -'���������','   - ��������� p':x' -PyPpi'-'im/];yPi\  8B,878.137 i  47J38.������87  .     11.158,891 j  -,.*.^146,461 ���������  pp :t.767.0K8    :, i  1,020,172 ("  The shipping tables show that In 1872 the  number of vessels arriving at ports in Quebec;  was 1608, with a tonnnce of 1.134,086 ; departures. 1660���������tonnage. 1.135.715. At ports  in Nova Scotia, ������f which there are 26, there  arrived 4,9(������7��������� ton nacre. 968.071 ; departures.;  4513~tcmnag:e; 890.715. ���������';' New Brunswick,  20 ocean ports! had 3491���������tonnage. 755,940 ;  departures, 3440���������tonnage, 800,617. British  Coiambia���������arrivaU, 3^2 ; tbariagi*, 131,695.  Ontario^  Quebec. ~-  Nova Scotia,  New Brunswic!?.  Britfsh Columbia,  Manitoba.  Appointments.^  ^ >, T .-. '" '* . * Private Secrih-art^s Ofhcr,  :J-P::X...P\ Pp -.:.;.,:../4tb;Aprilt wa:;.. :,.  IS Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor has been  . .. pleased (o place the following Gentlemen on tho  Commission of .the Peace lor the Province of British  Columbia:  H. A: Tu20*W: Curtis Ward,- R. P; Rithet, R.  Wallace. J. H. Tiir'ncr, Aloxauder McLean, (J tf. Find-  lay, J. B. McMillan,  and D. Lenevue, of Victoria,  Esquires. ,....-.,��������� ,s- ���������'-:���������;.-.- .-...,....  J^r-^tpiah'^O'p'S and Cooto M. Chambers^of Bur-  rard Inlet, Esquires,   p  li.' ii. Wiisoii Brown', of Alderloy, Ksquire,  W. H. Morrow, John J. Galbraith; and Jonti'Shaw,  of Kootenay, Esquires.  James \Robb and G. F. Drabble, of Comox, Es-  quires.  Jimcs Mackie, of I^Dgloy, Esquire.  Chart"*' B. Swtird. of Jlitsqui, B-quire.  Dpnal 1 McGilvery and David Miller, of Sumass, Es-  quirerf. .���������>*���������:-..:..���������,-.���������������������������:;  , T^mus Bell, Edward Pearson,. John Chlpp, and  Jonathan Nutt, of Barkervi!l������, Esquires.  ���������: Eicuar-y Deightpn and ip.; McNau^hten^ of Harvey  Creekj'Esquires "        ....,.:���������..,.  Arhm PrAnti������, John Lament M"uir, nnd John John-  sto; ������ Robertson, of Lightning Cro k, Esquires.  Ahraiiam d^jIow, ot the Town Oi Ques-n 1. Enquire.  Robert Burni'v.McMicking. pf Yale, Esquire  Jamas Cunningham and W., Clarkson, of New West-  minuter, blsquires,  W. D Ferris and H. L. DeEeck, of North Arm,  Fris* r River. Esquires.    W. H. Ladner, of South Arm, Fraser River, Esq.  . -':.'���������       ..���������: -By command.  -:  .���������ARTHUR J. G. PINDER,  ap26������ra Private Secretary.  PU1LIC   NOTICE.  Road ExtenSSn Act, 1873  WHKREAS by a Proclamation, dated 4th March,  1873. the Mnlnl-'ind of British Columbia was for  the purposes of the above Act, divided'into Ave Road  Districts, viz.:  The' Cariboo District   '.'.  The Lillooet Road District.  The Yule Road,District.:. . \     ���������.:������������������,  The Kootenay Road District.' ���������   '  The New Westminster Road District. ':  KOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that tha following  Collectors have been appointedlor the said DistrlcLs:  Cariboo District,   Omineca Polling DiTision���������W. H. Fitzgerald, Esq.  Richfield, LighlhiUR Creek, and Quesnolmouth Poll-  lap Divisions���������-J: Lindsay. Esq. ,,. . . .-j  K- itbley Creek Pollin? Division���������O, Hare, Esq.  WilliamsiAkePoUifig'Divlsion���������C. F.Pope, Esq.  Lillookt Distriot. ;'; '.-���������-���������...���������  Canoe Creek and Clinton Polling Dlvislonsr-C* E.  Pope, Esq.' "', ' .  :   Lillooet Polling Di vision���������A, W.8mith, Esq..  Yaus District. ;'     ..������������������ .... ���������        .-.:.  ;: Okanagan Polling Division���������C. A. Vernon, Esq.,.  Kicola Lako Polling Division���������Alex. Robb, Esq.  :R(jck Creek PoliinR Division���������J. O. Haynes, Ksq..:  Kamloops Polling Division. J. Boyd, Esq-  Lyttou and Cache Creek Polling Divisions���������T.'R.  Buitf 'Esq.   '    ':>������������������ ���������*": '��������� -:  .' ���������-.- ���������     t  Yale and Hope Polling Divisions���������W. Evans, Esq..  KootbvayDistrict.;;-.r   .   [PP  1 Wild Horse, Perry Creek, and Frenbh Crebk -Polling  Divisions���������C. Booth. Esq. ...-;.,...,  ,     .  New Wkstmi:<st;. r -District. .  Chilli whack, Langley, New Westminster,/ Burrard  Inlet, and North-^niv Polling Divisions���������H. H. Ed  raonds, Esq. . ���������,   -.y.y-;. '.,.'��������������������������� ��������� "'  Nkw Wrstmisst1 a Citt District.  H. V. Edmonds, Esq.   ' '[.''"'". - .   y  '"���������By:c6inmand.'v-.!     :.'.: ������������������ x  .  ... vjohn ash, ���������.-;.���������������������������.:���������'.���������*;  .'     ' '   .     ��������� Provincial Secretary.  Victoria, April 4th, 187S.   ��������� ��������� ';' . apa8 Jm '  In the Supreme Court of  British Columbia.     ^  ::'        '   ' ,X-   X    X ������������������-    ' i ���������   ��������� : -'   '      ���������   ���������'   '' '..   .   . '       ��������� ��������� -v-'        '. ���������  ��������������������������� ' .GENERAL ORDER.  \p':P'V\  NOTICE Is hereby given, that the Supreme,Court  will sit in Banc, for tlie hearing of all moth ins,;  arguments; appeals, and other matters;coinibg before  tno Court.in'Banc, at the St.iW^mo Court Room in. the  City di Victoria, for tho loilOwing Urms,' on the diiys  her e i n a i tor; ment ion ed, namely: ��������� '������������������; ... \ \ ������������������? ;...;. 'xy.  ForTIil;iry.Te'rm'frorrrth"e 15th" to 25th" February J'  For, Easter Term from the 15tb. to 25th Apri 1; .< ������.  For Michaelmas Term froii tho 15th to 25th November.  Tliore will be no sittink.'ln' Babe in ^Trinity T.-rro.   :  In c iso any of the dayd of: the dates named lor the  beginning or ending of the Terms should fill uu a  Sunnay "or * Public 'Holiday, th-n the T������rtri will begin  or end on the next following day..  '.       ;.:  P-^i.      : Pyi   jf'MATT  T BRGBIE. C. J.  ks   V '    \ HE<RYP I ELLEWCREASE, J  \^^y... (J.;HAMlLTu.% GRAY, J.-���������:���������-.���������  ... Dated Victotla, Jauu;;ry 24th. 1873. . mrS2 tf >  MISCELLANEOUS;  Passenger & Freight  tMAKING  SAME  TIME  AS  HER  MAJESTY'S   MAILS,]  WItL' tBAVS  Barkerville for Yale  OH OR  ABOUT  SATURDAY,  APRIL   26th,  MAKING Weekly TRIPS,  And connecting at Quesnelmoath and Yale with tho  ��������� " Steamers.  . ���������  E.   PEARSON  .ap!9.lm ..  &   BRO.  wiliviqt:s  Lightning    Express  LEAVES BARKERTILLE DAILY at 8 A.k.  AND  * LIGHTNING CREEK AT 3 P.}  pASsaore. $2f fnr th������ ronhd tnpV $3. V  Freight taken 'at'low rate*.p  Bpl2 H. C. WILMOT.  I^ii^li mining  CL Wl MS F O B S, A L. E,  ONE-THIRD OF THE  WIllLIAMS  Sal������, the  S; P. PARKER  WISHING- TO CLOSE OUT THE  ness, offers for sate the Stanley Hotel  Busi-  For terms, enquire on tho promiaea.  SEALFD TENDERS WIT>L, BE received  by the undj*rsi������n������'d, up to 19th May, 1873. for  the right of maintaining a FERKY; for the term 'of  thr'P.,years,, across Fraser River, at or. near Quesuel���������  mouth. .  The sai<t Ferry t������) he worked by horse-power, and  to he capable of carrying nut loss,than ten pack ani  mals and their loads.      Tbe Ferry-right roextend tor a distance of six miles  above and below Qu 'sri'dmouth;  Tenders to .state tho rent proposed, .the rate of toll  for passengers,'.nnimals. ani  irviglit.'   Ofllcf-rs and  freight of tlie Provincial Governiavoi to pajy fr c.'''  .,  Tho lowest or any tender n������t necessarily ace.pted.  ROBKRT BEAVEN,"  ' ������������������ Chief Commissioner Of Lands and Works.  Lands and Works Department, ,-  31st March, 1873.       ap!9 ���������  Wild Land Tax,  ^HE ASSESSOR OF WILD LANDS  1 would call the attention.of Land owners in Cariboo'District to tho 9th Clause of said Act. viz.:  - 9y Every owner of Land in any DUtrint shall, at  somesti ine'during the, months o f. March <)r Apri 1T in  every year, himself, or by' his agent, obtnin "fr*'in a  Post.Office, nil up. sign," and deposit in a Poat Office,  prepaid, and. addressed to the Assessor of the Dis-  trlct, a Umd Tax Assessment p.iper, containing a' description of the land owned by- him, hW name, in .full,  his pluce.of resl;lene������, the tot il quaniit}'. of his land,  tlie quantity Hnble to the payment df Lwnd Tax, and  the nature of .the improvements, the value thereof,  and the value of the .land. Such Assessment piper  shall be verified by a Declaration made by the'ownvr  Or his agent.���������...,'������������������.  G. BYRNES,  ... - j.     '.'   ��������� ��������� Collector and Assessor of Wild l^and Tax.  maCpherpon CLAIM ox  CREEK.     This -claim   is- paying  eteadily. r       . ...\   y  ONE INTEREST.and n-hnlf in the WEPT OF RStJ-  LAN P CO. on 1 .igh tnl.ng'Creek.  ' Th is* cl������im 'an'Join v  ihe well known EUveniofiEnglandiClaim*������;;y;  ., Clear.8il|8 (jJ.;&to^ai^j.'OT(L:;^:.':;.t^^ -iiy-  The aiiovo Claims; are".ph^r^d; for'.-'Bale in .conse-  qn<*nc" ot tlie bad .hnatthnf thc: owner, and aro well  known tb be first-class mining'propertyrxi* y  ������������������'���������'-.'��������� Apply un;   .ppy :;y -. yp yyp ������������������-  r..x. i--->---KWM:: TRRIJAISE,     ^:!  - rarlB lm  '        ^r^x'Pxl.-x .;.-\;Wllliamv'Creelcr;..,  TO BE HELD'AT  ON  23d and 24th MAY, 1873.  The Purees amount to over Seven Hundred  Dollars. -  ;���������*  ^^^, For particulars, bgq ssaaH Bills*  "'���������yENQLISH^DR^  /"' PATENT MEbl^  PROPRIETARY  ARTieiiESj  Chevalier ���������$ Life fbr the Hair  COUGH LOZENGES, &c.,&c.;i  ^B9- Teeth carefully Extracted and Filled.    \  pg&* Prescriptions and Family: Recipes ac*  curulely prepared.  Barkerville, Nov. 20. 1872. ;/ tio23  ;     JOHN  SURVEYS AND PLANS EXECUTED  Qn reasonable terma.,  i jm* Orders left at Mr Kelly's, Barkervill0f  will be attended to. , my25 tf  G-rpceries and Provisions,  LIG'H T 2* I N ft  apl2  CREEK  SG2SPaS  g*^saa33������BJ! THE CAHIBOO SENTINEL  ���������to  SATURDAY. APRIL 26, 1871  QUESNELMOUTH.  Qupsneimnwth, April 25���������The tftetmier Victoria arrived here this afternoon, wttb about  twenty papeeugers.  ::Barnard's Express, witb tbe walls *ud five  passengers; and Pearson's Express, with two  passengers, leftTor Barkerville at 2.a0 p.m.  iTbe late freshen? bav������ done ctmsidcra'ble  damage to the toads and to property. Ken^  nedy's and the Australian ranch bridges are  impalpable. One of the barrm at the latter  place was swept away by the flood, and about  one hundred yards of the road at Cottonwood  lias been washed away.. Weather warm.  ./'���������-'   ; P C^IHTON.   .;::-     *  Clinton,!April 23.-^Barnard's express, with  the mall and.six passengers, arrived here at  3 p m. yesterday, followed'' by an extra*and  Pearson's stage, which arrived at 6 p.m. with  fire passeogers. Both left last night for up  country.  The down express arrived today at 3 p.m.  with five passengers, among whom is Mr John fc'we Scavily by continuing the work.  ROAD REPAIRS.  , In cotRpfSaoce with fete ���������opinions expressed  by some taembers of oar local Legislature  during Isrifc session, tbe Cbref Commissioner  of Lands and Works calls For tenders for re  pairs on cer'taJa sections of the Cariboo trunk  voad. . It ^.generally conceded, that the public contract system is a good one, when any  specified work is to be. done; but many  people, whose opimofls are entitled to respect,  see great difficulties In the way of its application to the; repair of the Cariboo road. So  many unforeseen contingencies arise that it is  almost impossible to say what repairs may  be required. Last year, we believe, the section between Quesnelmouth and Barkerville  was put in very good order at considerable  expense} and therefore it might be supposed  that a small sum would be sufficient for re  pairs during tbe coming season. But it is  impossible to tell what damage may be  caused by the spring ireshet; and any party  getting the contract at a low figure would be  certain lb throw it up, and forfeit the smaH  security required,'if he ionnd he was going to  Be-  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  There is very Kttte raining trews of interest  to report this weefc. The sudden mo of the  water in the various creeks obliged a good  many ciaAaas to stop work for a few days.  On       .   *" ���������'���������..  ' WILMAM CRE8K  the Cariboo and Caledonia companies have  recommenced work.- The Ballarat co.. who  have not yet got a good start, washed up on  Wednesday 9ioa. from a *et and a half. At  the upper end of tbe creek, the Potter co.  CalIbreatb, w ho. is ;on his way to visit his old  houie in.theEast '���������'.;, ..';   \  ������f The first pack train of 'the season left for  the Forks ot Quesuel tbia morning.  The many friends of Mr Thomas Buie will  be pained to bear ot his death at the residents  of Mr It B.McMicking, Yale, while on his  way to Victoria for the benefit of his health.  He die<i oo-Sunday. at S 50 p.m. The remains  were burled atTYale yest erd ay.* -  :''-';'"  ';;/. ,."*TICT0RIA.   '; .  ;y ^ictoriay Aprif l?r^Mr John R: GalbraHh  met with a serious accident in ihe Douglas pit*  Nanaimo, on Friday of last week.   A piece  sides, what is more important still, the. repairs, when necessary, require to be made in  tbe shortest possible time, otherwise an effectual stop would be put to traffic: It is un.  necessary to:say. that this would not suit contractors; who are compelled by the force of  compeiiiion to squeeze the u������roost out of tlie  labor employed by tbem. One thing. bow-  ever, is certain : Government will either have  to pay more for getting the work done than  they can do it for themselves, or they will be  obliged to step in. take the work off the con-  ol storw������ Mi on Mm,'breaking two of his ribs I tractor's hands, and complete it at increased  Flume Co. started to clear out the Hume yesterday;  , LOWHEE CREEK.  The Calaveras co, are getting on very well,  and expect to be taking out pay next week*  LIGHTNING OREk������  In consequence of the rapid increase of the  water in the creek this week most of the  claims were unable to work* The Victoria  co. bat 25 feet water, and the putnpB are still  going. The Vancouver has got to work  again, and will wash up on Sunday.  April 22���������0. McArthur and VV. Patt'u Hu,  200 feet of ground on the oorth bank of Harvey creek, bill claims, commencing at tfcs  lower tfne of the Minnehaha Co. and runuiuj  downstream.   ,. >.  KKnm.ST CREE& ...  v McWTWan Co.���������April 21-���������Re corded, in fa voc,  of James Mettitiau, Fred. Littler, John Bell,  Sam. Smith, 499 feet of mime? ground on  Keitbley creekv "cororaeno^ngr at Chinas Hope*  line and running ep stream to tho Whit*  Squall co.'s lower line, 300 feet wide.  .trrrus skowshos crbs&v;  and Reveral other claims are getting ready       .    .������ ������A   ������������������       ,   .*   r ������������������,   ,  for the summer campaign ���������; and the Bed Rock ...f *"!' w-R**orted In favor of W. Luc*, \  TTinma ru etariaA *,. ������i������������������ A.,f **~������ o..^A ������������.   bill claim on east bans.  MINING RECORDS.  and periously injnvine him.   It was a narrow  escape from a much -worse fate.   We ate glad  tn hear he frr-doing weir;  ri^anai.mo was visited :by a heavy hail storm  on Su ti������r d ay, co v ering the gr ou nd ; to ��������� a dep.tb  Of jiMr'r nn inch.  PTh** settlers of San Juan who do^ire to *mW;  g-. tp and ������e*tle an British. Columbia will bp  vwllowed���������lo -di>.rso and/take���������wilhJhem their  15 re srock and "her property duty free.   Our  Ott wn'cyrr������*s|)ondo "t,':* ho is acquainted with  th**" matteiv say-* Mr 11 a ley*. Collector-of*jCus-  ; t *nr<ha������ b������*eh in*trw!t������������i to .thH Vffecf.   Thp  rM-njntirn of Mi* Funster in Ihe Local House  ' h������\t ������e������8i������in had inVview a measure of this  character.  The CHlehratedstnd horse 'Grey Eagle left  per steamer Rn'orprisa yesterday in charge  of hi*������ owner. Mr IIugh Guest, who procp^da  with him to Cache Creek and neighborhood.  The Pioneer Society of this city hns resolved  toehold their annual picnic on the anniversary  of th? Confedpmtion of British Columbia with  flpnada. July. 20th.  v iThe ship Windermere, consigned to.Mes������rs-  Jani<m. Green & Rhodes, fr ������m Liverpool via  Honolulu, is due here about July next.  expense. The public interests wo\iid also  suffer materially In case of a suspension of  trHfBc cansed by a very probable contingency!  of this kind.   Pp  'V* STITCH IN TIME."   ;  Now that the water In Willismfl Creek; is  raptdly incr������asing and the time for tbe usual  Spring freshet approaching;, it is proper to  urpe upon the anthorities the. necessity of at  once taking precautions to prevent tbe trunk  ioad running through Barkerville from b*ina:  again  washed  away    Considerable expens"  to protect-the street, but the bulkhead will v:an:v0lkenburghf WlBitchcock. each: on������-  be  entirely   useless   for   this   purpose if im\f interest; A. McDonald, one-quarter in  WIJ.UAM CRBE*. ;  Came cos���������March 31���������Recorded in favor  o( Fred. Came and Lewis Morgan, 600 feet  of mining ground on William Creek, formerly  known as the Welsh arid Came claim.  Brown co.���������April 7r-Recordtd tn favor of  J. C. Brown and F, Fiok, 200 feet of ground  adjoining upper line .of San Francisco co.;  hill claim. ; "������������������'-_  . McPhersoa co.���������Recorded in favor of Wm.  Stephenson. W> Trelaise, and J.Boyce, each  one full interest} re-record ry.,  STOIOTODLCHv  Wyoming to.���������April 8-~Recorded in favor  of B. Wtntrip and. R, Wintripi 200 feet of  mining ground commencing at the upper end  of the Wyoming co:, running up stream \ to  form part of aaid'co..',/        '������������������'������������������.  BEGGS GCLCH.  Beggs Co.���������April 7r-Recorded in favor of  Win. Lewis, Richard1 James, Evan Evans, 300  feet, being.a portion of old Discovery claim.  -;:;':'��������� JACK'OF CLUBS CKSCBK*   : .p :   . .(���������    .  Two Sisters. co.���������April; 7���������Recorded in  favor of John Pinkerton, 600 feet ;M; Pinker-  ton. 2U0 feet \ John Stephenson, 200. feet; J.  Z, Hough, 200 feet; I: Lipsett; 200 feet; John  Olendennan.JOq feet; R. Devlin, 100 feet���������  in all 1600 feet^ re.record.      .'  ���������;������������������ L1GHTNINO CRKKK.  Sp nice co.���������April 4���������Recorded in favor o  y . yy,.[ mscnaicK..  ; Discovery co.���������Feb. 20���������Recorded fh Tiavo?  of Martin Anderson, the whole of the DSecot*  ery claim. ;  The Roar ���������About 100 yards of the Cotton*  wood road has been washed away, putting &  stop to teaming between Quesnel and Barker*  ville until the damage is ropalred. This  shows the necessity of Government- at onco  appointing a competent man to superintend  this section of road* Prompt attention to tha  numerous small breaks which occur at this  season of the year, when the snow is disapy  pearing; would save tbe country hundreds of  dollars. We would also remark that the;re*  pairs on the road between Cottonwood and  Quesnelmouth should have been commenced  some two weeks ago. .      ���������  9   <  ���������*������������������������������  ->-������-  ��������� Barry's BumoKS.���������The charter for these  bridges over the North and South branches ot  Qnesnel river has been renewed for four  years- from 24th March, 1874. The tolls authorised to be levied are:--Merchandise, per  lb., i of 1 per cent,1; Passengers, 12������c. per  bead; for every unloaded hor*e, mule, ox,  &o��������� 50c.; animals, loaded, $1. In consider  ntion of these tolls, the grantee undertakes to  keep the approaches to these bridges, and  for a distance of one mile each way beyond  eactfbf the said bridges, in perfect order and  repair.  1 Australian Mail.���������-The following notice  has been issued by the Postmaster General:  The mail service by direct steamer between  San Francisco and the Australian Colonies  having been discontinued, all correspondence  for Australia will, in future, be forwarded via  England. The rates ol postage via England  will be:���������  For letters via Southampton,.- 16c. per J oz.  do. do. Brindfei,.- - - - 22c. per 4 or.  Newspapers via Southampton,   6c. each,  do.        via Brindisi,  w . * 8c. each.  Thr Mail arrived last Saturday night a t  10 o'clock. Great difficulty was experienced  in getting'through from Quesnelmouth, and a  band sleigh had to be used from Beaver Pass  to Van Winkle. Tbe down stage left early on  Sunday morning with the mails, express, and  one passenger���������Mr James T> Steele���������for  Clinton.  measiires are not taken to keep tbe water  confined to the channel. Already during the  past few days it has commenced to overflow  in on*or two places, causing a little damage.  We would suggest lhat a competent person  be at once authorized by .the. Government to  attend to this matter, with power to employ  the necessary labor when required. The  water can be kept in the channel at a trifling  expense at present; but if this is not done it  willjake hundreds of dollars to repair the  damage that would be caused by the water  running through our street. As we will  shortly be called on to pay. a direct road tax.  a more cheerful response will crtainly be  made if Government take prompt action on  out suggestion. . ���������    ....    ...  - Death op Mr Thomas Buris, of Lyttonv-  The unexpected news of the death of Mr  Thomas Bute, received on Wednesday last by  Telegraph, was a great shock to his friends in  this district, where he was so well known and  universally respected. Mr Buie had been  unwell for some time previous to his death,  suffering, we believe, from heart disease, and  was on his way to Victoria for medical ad-  vice ; but on reaching Yale the complaint  showed fatal symptoms, and he was taken to  the. residence of Mr HcMicWng, where ho  soon breathed bis last. The most heartfelt  sympathy is expressed for the wife and little  ones thus so suddenly deprived of their protector.  are indebted to the attention of J. E  Thompson, Esq., M.P.. for valuable public  documents, including Tables of Trade and     ���������������������������.���������...������������������  Navigatiouof Canada, and the Public A^^g^^  counts of Canada for the fiscal .year ended j J th   A^bcdi^   ^^^  30th June, 1872,  terest; re record.' ���������        . ���������''"  Gladstone co���������April 21st���������Recorded in  favor of Marshal Bray, H. P. Orton, R Watson, J. Bill,S. Aikenhead, each 1 interest; T.  Lavery; G. Wilson, J. Holmes. 0 Vaillancour.  A. Wood, J. Aikenhead, S. Reid, T. Burton.  H. Lucas. J Valetti, R, Hill, J. Lordn. and E.  Metcalf. esch one-half interest; T. Fletcher  andT. Gartley, one-quarter interest; a re-  record..  ���������    I    BURNS CREEK.  Boomerang co.���������April 12���������Recorded in  favor of Mat. Lynch, Thos. Bell, Wro. Langan  and James Neiland, 400 feet of .ground adjoining lower line of Columbia claim and side  line ot Boomerang claim*.to form part of tbe  Boomerang co. v  ������   ��������� ��������� '   : . ..  Glendinning co.-April 21���������Recorded in  favor of John Hunter, Walter Forsler, Peter  Glfndinninp, and A. Glendinning, 400 feet of  ground on right bank ; hill claim.  '.,>   \x] SNOWSHOE CREEK. {   -.[,. /���������  Newell co.���������April 7- Recorded in favor of  H. Newell, John Metz. James Wickham, 300  feet of ground on the northwest side of Snow-  shoe, hill claim.  CUNNINGHAM CRKEK.  Cunningham co.���������April 9���������Recorded' in  favor of ;W. Cafothers. J. D. Johnston, each 2  full interests; C. M. Eroersoo, A.Sharp,J,  McCormlck. ML Hilton, J. Nutt, Q. Cowan, A.  McFarlane, J. F. Gerald. S. B. Tompkins. H.  Gilmore. Jas. Boyce, A. BiIsland, A. McPher-  son, W. Bilsland. W.BrunskiU.each Lful interest^ H. West, John Sanderson, each i interest; re-record.  HAfcVBT CREEK;    y-.'y  Montrose co.--Feb. 26-Recorded in favor  of J. A. Laldiaw, six interests in the Montrose co.; re-record. '  Montrdse co.-Feb. 27-Ab Gon, Ah Pan,  \h Chi, Ah Chin, Ah Chong, and Ah Ken, the  whole of the Montrose co.  ,   '   '-  Dominion co-April 21-R. Borland, S.  Passbnoers I feY To-pAt^s, ExrRTOS -r-The  following passengeTR will arrive by the stages  due to-day J-r-By Barnard's Ex press���������Thos.  Parry and Geo, Tnieman, for BarVeryil|e; J������  W. Lindhardt and, wile, for VanWinlcle ; Jas.  A. iGraham, ,H.'ftC., and Mr Bohanon,' for  Quesnel. By .PearsonV afego���������Biity Barker  J. Marks, R. Young, J. Hudson, and C������ Sang-  Imported SfiixtoK;--rTbo Messrs. Barp*r  have imported a splendid sCallion from the  Willamette Valley. Oregon. He is of tho  NoTman stock, with a distinguished pedigree,  ami is. one of- .the bandaomcBt animals in the  country.    -    ��������� . v i  r PTnnTtk&wva Pact^ic (Rxtt.R0A^.-~We understand that railway matters are in abeyance  until the result of tbo .efforts 6ft Sir ^Hbgh  Allan 'to ��������������������������� place the bonds in; tho Engl isu  market is known. yli- '-;. *  The Banks.���������-It if. reported in. well-informed  circles in Victoria, that the Banks will not  again op<m agencies at Barkerville.  .,     li,���������| ,M|MI||   I       I    II lllV    -   - ' ���������          LI. ACG0U>rr3 DUE TO TffE  If not paid oq or before the FIRST OF J ONE next,  wih be sued (or.                    J0HN L. GOODSON:  '  Barkerville, March 15, 1873.      mrU  COMMISSION, STORAGE,  ANO  (3-eneral Agency^  Where you can ��������� get supplied with the besl  articl������ of  Extra & Superfine  Beans,  And a general assortment of Groceries et  prices that will defy competition.  ^ JAS. feElD,  fe22 3ia  .*-. . ���������������������������/.  V   ���������  .'ii'.  ~'gm,*<xp w&������m^^ '. ^ y,  *W������yS������s������  .     ';. ;^AVMYSTBRY. &F rTHE 'SEAj.;;'; y :::;  sii^to^e.mo^^ _  ^  She wisun^er^  be likely: to ^oless >y6rk while P$ w*a~gPP������.  (An-bourVIdle; talk^u  Wm 50cental  tljs^^c^s'fed'run the risk' t)rthe*butcaer?  not giving wha%tfce���������^  this ^Sora^pno reason why,Mr^q^nstoniHas  i Wy^ g.���������..,{ NOTICES, }M ,-^t,;,,; yV  *? ' ���������������������������:'���������*.   rXu:->:. I : rX'^y  *ii>7 . m*'> ���������������"''������������������'"���������..- .'V.;--    T.-^-'.'.-y  ..;-������������������",,���������; v,...- ' CANADA.-   f' i'r   'fi'  dtsboveredi?*There.was sbme''00.nfns)on*iiii  : #tos?of theshipy Hhecabin^d^or-pjiwjttich  y; was littered- with;Iadles^and^hild!^n^^a^  x   fngc apparel! aridy:otner? ? tnin^^/rbis^ed ;to  sUBpicioDftbttt some*outrage had vbeen; com?  mittedf: ythathhe crew^bavin^gotfaccess^to|  the cargo;-were stimulated to deeds 7fof'. atror  -.������������������'..- <c ity.''  This conjecture is,being4*,borne-/,,oat.-~  ^Messrs. Winchester & Co., ship-brokers, New  "Yotay who'had c reared 'the Mary ��������� Celeste,' nre  reported to have received additional inform a-  tion ieaving little ^oub'tvtbft'f the-'crew triu-  timed an a\.overpowered the officers, Killing  iheni or taking: them-pnsoners.   The, officers  *were probably surprised,^.and quietly gagged  .���������^, ,-,,,,   y,-,^ ,y; ;,^y^^,,^;!y,  and bound,   A Bword was found that seemed  .- <y:my*<,yi/& x.yyy'yi-y^yix^-P-��������� ~'>x*y-xi'y  '  to nave; been-stained with blood, and theTore:  1-was, cut .as,with, some ..sharp.  ierit,^anU perbapaydn i arSlruggle ?wiihF  i man om the,- lookouty[as ithey ymust ba.ve  to^erfnear land, ������"Nothing.baa,-beenr heard; of  Ca!^ti^Briggs,>^his|tlfatni^  ?of-them are found: their fate wiH % bey a  yyppMM&iiiypyppy''v^  viewii  Up  PxxPiP::MMrPPPpp  Sad" with him bis rwlfe,arid child.-  iNolhing4 familys and made overvone hundre  more was beard nfnw  '   with near thS'Aioiresf^^^  ^je^Bnfish^rir.Dei GratiaV wbfch'left^New  P:^  ;%iiling fcr,)^ re^  ;--:;y^^ip)^S^|^t^^  ;y;.'d^r^dK;'TfeeftTg^  p&ni everything,seemed, e^pab^pe; except tfiat  ft^r^Kwas^ iio^J)ersdn jbn/boaj^v^b^iwas"  n^thinj^^  3-be Icig; boofcwas found .iiii'*4^10.oklBr? in -^tiw.  ^captain^seta  [; i^ad^ ^y^ber^^^  ;^lS ha^ ^een^ftbandp^d  ^PROYINCE OFdJEITISH.'-(JQLlIMBIAwi  .., 4/" %ProGJa!Biaij^ Mar^ch,  1873, the Roaid fDistricts ffier^ein ^namejd ;w^re  created und^Ktho pwvisions^  Extension Act. 1873.", P    -       -  And lhat by^eetip^.i-pf.^TJbe7 Land Tax  Act, 1873." ���������ifirprovided^tbat; the: Road Districts estabdished nnder*"'The,Road Extension-;  A^Ct   1873 ,,; -flholVfeja-^T-iW^fPft^r ' niotriif>to  firiiv  lant  .ljj:*r.:.y  P':A %W-Atibit'*'V.Ni>:fi'Iii5 -HEsuLT.^-A/Prnsman  ^^bftron who had -marned- a Parisian.-lady,  lately entertamed'^nnriiber of his friends.^-  ^At the^dessertmritfcela'poire^etrie(fromage,  the elated gentleman began,.as uswaly toitaljk  ;r'ypt- the ^eca^ence^ior*^i������ncej maintaining.  ������������������:..' ^^sn7P>AiyMi^ry:4JyPx^^r^yxi, *y = y?ynv/y -.  above, all, that Pans Would never recover is  former atandmg, and^that Berlin would Bora  Tlie wife upheld the contrary point of view  as iong as she>caul6:;. butrallast losing her  tenapeF. '���������'%be:-saW:i-^;^^  sbrtllibe -^and- 'TaXix Dis trie ts fo r  the'pVrpd^^ *f ������������������ y   v ;-:'  ^���������vl^ie SdMiDistricts hitherto establisbe'd on;  Vanebiiver Island fare under'the^same section  )nade 'iaft^.Tjfe  '^"Dated tho 8tH day bf^Marcb/1873. f -{ P< X  yy * Pp-yn By1Cbmm^di:'vHf-H[y P^Py,  'PypPPyPpy:ippyyppyp  'fy ny pVo vincial- Secretary.!  VIC^QRIA^ by*Ah*jGrace of ;Gbd,;of'the  \VUnited Kingdom - of Greal; BritalU antl Ife^  taiiM^BK^jbeteb^  Tdi^ail/tp M^  ;: ip I^Gimsetjng; *t   yyi/ypy^iBP'y \ h >*>-  ;X*lJ|o rn ey^ene rale; |������; y ideclv by ^Sectidn^^of  a^ejCountyyCoUrts^Bxtens^  tha t'��������� .^ T he Min ing, Co ti r t���������- consti tu ted ��������� p rj der  &*iXfi^Golrl;M^  .^ IbSt'StiliJ���������' jai ^befceliy\ meig^-in -tihe County  ** Cotirt f. and every'Coiinfy^Coiirt Judgejof  "^Britisti -Gbliifmbia^J shall v have % phW> be. ppsy  ii'i sessed: 0f the same jiirisdictip9, ppfl^er^ an?d  ��������� i biiflmrif><3D .* oo ffmoia Karl   and    av^V/tialar}   Kit  ;,,NQXIGES;S'^  [L.S;]   '   JOSEPH''M. TRUTCH.  ^���������'Xl;i.,  ypptfioi'??.^3PJhe^ager: jw^aoceptedi,.;and, ihe  1 ne^,n^rn;in^sh6 receiyed from; ;;on$yofr &e  be^y^wits a'grey^ luair, carefullyi^pxed^up.  Tliebarbil^ aif^ is to say i  'CA'NADA:x;  ^^JPA^ by(J the Grac0^bf XJ^di -of itliO  United Kingd'om^of, ;Gijeat ]Sritain and Ire"  ;land, QuipNvifiefenderotthe'JFaitb^CM&c  '^pPiP^'Kp':������������������������������������-y,, yr<yjix;^<ymywy' y-Pf-xx '  Tp all tpj,wneum 1 these: pregents-shall come,^~  iP:pP8mm^m^  *X I   ;' : A;* ERGCEAWATIQN; ^' ���������->- m P  Attorney-General; |'',v 2^of ' The'Rokd^ E&  tension Act, IBfiP it-lis"provided that the  Lieutenaift^Governorin: Council may, ,by^Ero-  cl am ati ouj 1 create anyrp 0 r ti 0 n or j p ortio ris of  the M.aiqland of HritisbsColiinirjia into, a Road  District or Districts,iwithsuchf boundariesi as  ���������he shall jthink,fit::.+, T u v / - .. y^ . ��������� * y  And wliereas the Honorable ���������>.;JosePH; *Wii,-  ltam iXaoTCffi as; eucb dLien teiia-n t-Goyernpiv in  Gpuncjl as aforesaid', ^xriider and byt virtuef of  tbe^powers?ai\d>vanthoritfe^ ? jcbriferred iupoii  him .invCJotincil asAafpresaidi! and^ofi all pother  powers and ^thojritiesyhjin (in fctiatHbebalf  enajbUng^ sha|h^offered ;^hat the, Road Dis^  <ricfcs> heMn aOer" men d  P NO Wi ENOW yiYfiy tbatil^tdo hereby create th e f o 11 o wing It oad Districts on th e I Mai 'A*  *'afcl presiding, as r?ii?jjgeS-W the' sai d Mi hi ng  "���������tlbiiTt-;' and^ all''pToceedihgs^ thereunder  j'-l-ssbaU i>e]ha<i and taifen|in^accftrdance(witj|.  iittherprovisionsipL* TJie Gold Mining ()rdih'  ';;anceicI?67.j:.and^TueG  ^raent;A%l872? ������p<p*P. V<  V*ny\p'>1  p ^Aiirf whereasja'prd viso" is inserted-rtbat 4he  A^tFsbpuld^ onlyi have fu li force and [effect <in  such? portions-og������ theyProvylnce as, the, Lieut/  Governor in Council mighfei from time to time^  >*?���������*?���������*���������*'���������*���������������������������''< i':''������' v*-���������'-'���������������������������������������������-'^ ������������������������������������x&.-X.y.r' X'- itW.v  !?rry.-rvr<  by Proclamation order. y : ;'.  ;4And wtie^e^  tA ct sbdii ]& ha ve fu 11' force; an^' .eifec t ijip $&  BlectoraLiDistric 10 f^Carib 00, excep nhat; pot-  .ti.otu thereof'known-as the  Oiniheca  Polling  ivision,, and in the Electoral District  of  ^Enotenay'":^- '" P "< - <p'h * '"'���������' "Jl .P^  /;^OW^KNOW;^YB fh^^ex^o^er^  proclaim thai ^;T^;Qpnn^  Act,  1873;^ysbalK rfrpm(. and after the date  ;hereof,' have��������� full^fotee' ai/d effect in the TSlecr  toiral District c^^Gttiboo/ex^ej/t^ihat portion  ^hereof toown^as^tbe lOriiineca Pollings Di  1vi?ion>and-in:the BlectorayL 0\strict of Eopte-  ^y* %<:������ && ������"'*:; yx.^'<xy s '? i y y^ > ������������.,.��������� ^-rrx^-.^y  ' In; TBSTmoxY Whereof, W4 have caused  pp. these Chir Letters to be made;^atenti and  the Great-Seal of the:Province of British  'Columbia to be. hereunto affixed :   Wrrs;  ness, itbe^ KHotfor������ibik Joslra Wiixiam;  ; .^ P ^BUTCS^L^utenaiit^o said  ���������i r, r'pfo viiice of British1 C6iumbia| in the^Cily  ;: ������-lof .^ictoriai' in \ then said sPr6Vi uCe.? this  r������ f -^Fourth day of March, A ri theLyear of ���������. Our  j^ V���������^L^rdVQn'e^tbjiSj^ eight ;Ji'iind red * and  p', sevent^tnreeV.aibclinltte.tfi'irty-jBixib'yea'r  '' yT;bf f6ur-Reign;"^ ���������"���������������:- wr ..f-.r. . ,., ��������� -  By'commikkAbv" '*^y\ypp'-^ y^- -->J*s -:^y^  U^J.pHN;.^A8Hi;;)V<. -vyr-'^ V..:U^ '^^;y'';  ?.-,,,,,provincial Secretary..-  lt.mr22 4m.,  Besjamik P. Griff^Esq., forYaie Dis-  trict;;,        y^PpmP'iXPP^yP..-^       ;..:  4fl^3t;:^Botb^Eso^; ^Ly1^onvDistrip(i,r,  ������ ������fPH������jBpTO,J3aQ;,;tpv;Kamloops Cist^ctl  Aivexander ROBBJ'EsQ.; fQr^NicsQia^ District  trip.t.r?j;V'->-**v^*-^   .'('.^^'Ei'ry,-,,., , .. .���������������������������  EiywAEWj Tt^P^^q..! for Li 11 poet. District  y^KOTtdBi^B^xiM^E^  tn(Pt������ ii *'..til*i #;xx ar'iti^iknh- ������������������*rf.v"-,;*���������.-..J ,'r��������� ^  y^PuiPp'-M^m^f^^,, *,:<���������: ^ :..��������� ppi  ii(  j;2j*.1k 5^'iii**  ���������;/i?^%y^.  *:"''?���������?  53ie Itegj|s?t,2ration of  Bir^s?;^at|iis andf^Mar-  stages  fiirl.-rV    /if"J  'f-iBiSf,,'^.1*'1  T .fir n I;  PUBLIO^OTrCEvia hereby .given,: that,from and  t x'aftej.the3.st dajrpC Sept������mbor next,*ail'Blfilis,  perfilfi-anti'^lfarfla^ "'  British  Oolu inbla are toi befRegistcredrundlerftfaii; protiMohs of  >' *iThe;. RecistraMQni^Qfi��������������������������� BIr ths^:jI)&������ the ^awdfJU^TTlagea ������������������  Actyimp nt the ������������������Ofllce of tbe JDLstrie<.Begistrar ot  the District .wherein thp'/sam o respectively sh nil Vako  pUfee!|'.?a^d&f0^  BIRTHS^Wflfitft'ed^da^ [>  DE^THS-^Witliln SO tyivs after fhtermerit;^^   / ��������� ���������  ���������MARRlAGESr^\yftliiu ������fo days* from the tlatoy thereoti  ^���������^EveVy Housdhol*l|Br; Heatlfote jPftmilyp Clergyman;-  Pli yslchin'j������ir, d ther|per?on - of 'personsj! r<?qulre< I by,tbo  safcj ^t^tq^epor^JBirths^HDi^aths [uvi; Jlarriages, who  refuses;, or wilfully. riegl(jcts to^ft^6oV witliin;tlie thiica  b eforo named, will' ue^l i a blotto |l penA 1 ty for" each1 and  ov>������ry ollence of not. 1 e^s % th>}pjF\ ve Dollars. or more  than Twenty Dollars^ {<11bo- nicovcrod with costs hi*-.  (orii anyfJustioe pfithp Peaco having J ttrisiMotion.-w itliin  the hKjality where -any Such 6lleric6' is committed  against the sHld'Act.' v "*���������*    .?<     - ,  - '      t  /v"'*f;.. -A ������������������'"- .-^By,command, t^. v'f'r^.'^''������������������{������.> ..*v--'^f^B-y  *.t.^ An y y xv y^PiMjtZZlyr. Aikman,.; -, y, ���������  ; '������������������w.' >,y '��������� -.'i".:*'.'* ;:'>,."���������"'"������������������ . Registrar General.  ���������LandH^JstryOmcc^":.* f"-p-"^ PPyfXP\ " 'r  bf? ^les^ta^examine.-t^.^artistip ^e^ipade  vDy* a^Pansian^jeweller "of*thfe!gmy^tisir^^  .���������There was an exquisite and costly' tteciailidpt'! f'Fl^^/^'V^pS'V^^^o-^wwe^w-  *-������M  ^a vi&������&nn <w������i������   ?������-������������������Wi������-ai>' the Schedule to ^\Fhe Constitution  representing  the rrussian eag:le, in   black  email, holding In.one of fits .cla^ws 4he sanie  hair/  A wfiite enamel escii'tcKe'on ?a1>ove  bore the following-inscription : ,l Alsace-Lor-  j ai netiwhich ;you only --hojjcL by a single gray  air."  P1.PWR& CARIBOOi ROAD-; DIS^RlGTv  which shall Include all that: tract ;ofl: Ian do in-  I eluded in'the C^nb6bi)isirietfn^ set^forfchiin  AcfcI871.������  ^���������'���������THE >OliLO0M;R^  ^ wh iph,gh al I in c n ide ,al 1 that trac t d f >-!larid: in -  t I cludedin IlieLiiiooet ��������� District, as set ^ortliHn  -wyy*~ ������ '   /-PuOVINCrAIySECRKTAUY's Office,  ���������;���������.    ���������������������������?.������������������ ��������� h ��������� *^..,:;' - 4th March, 1873. , ty. ,;  y^IIis y Excel jency^:tb^\ Lieutenanfc^yernpr  has. b.een^p 1 eased to nia.ke: the following: ap..  pointraenfe unrler!^ TbeS^  .p Riceiard WooPs .;Esp.; fo r ,V>n con ver la I ah d;  .y;ffi^Y^  New-Westmihsteiv';^.v'N-'; ypfii-tir.'fyi} P UPyli..  yiiGEORQE'Btrnesw ^Erq.ftps Cariboo. i}>,  --���������-. ^, '   n   By command,, ... * .-  .- y'!>f -.' .   ^lf.    ^JOHN ASH,;    P        ;  Pfily yiy 'P y'.-. sy ;''^PrpviiiciaiSecre^  y;''^i-;M-^0?#*iy^  ,:it.-  ri'v-J  *1  E1XE:  ***+,'  rnni a old; and tkeij^know^vestapi.ishm ent.  ;.L:.,i3 alwjiysSupplied With :thjp ^cst oPoV^^thhig^  ttntt cahbc procured'inCarihqo. ^ ���������    ���������      'v * ' v IpP-  Jv-Kfi -���������  '-':���������/' :-.-  ':,5i  'TiMR is MoNEt.���������When John Johnston was  t. p^Pghing^liye bptjday^iri M3������8uniine^ fallpw  a butcher came.tojbuy.bomQL cattle.   Mr J*  told him bisprice ana then started the horso������,  and the butcher walked by hia side.   He,w^a  vJerV"r^^na tho land was ^ft.an^^eilow^  Biid the perspiration soon burst ffbm 'every  pore.   By the time be got to the end of the  fitdd,. befwas wJllinjr toP split ^he-difference."  Mr J. turned in, again, and the butcher still  walked by his side.   When they "got backf 10  tlfe starling point, Mr J. put in the plough  again and',started^ the horshs... :** Hpld onj  Johnston/7-exclaimed the butcher, " I'll take  inn mr I wtiild hot walk^pV^do^-ftiain^ii  ag tin for dmi hie the;-monfy.^{Here is a; man,  who knew his own mind���������knew  what his  en. t1 '& we're'-worth ,' * an d. above, a 11. h e - k new  the value of time? v He knew that a nihn5 a������ d  team -Were'wo'rth 30 cenis on hour.   He kwv  that if be flopped'and went homeiw-ilh ihe  butcher tho in������n working in the Held would  ; the Schedule to>^erCobstitdWo'nf>ct;-lfi7i;������  shall include all tVat trac t of I a d d i n c I ii fi ed  in the Yale District, as set forth in the Schedule to "The Constitution Act, 187L??v*  i. THfe KOOTENAY ROAD DISTRICT,  which shall include all that tract of laud in;  eluded in the Kootenay District- as^ set'forth  in the Schedule to ���������-���������The Constitution Act,  1871."' "... . :.. .;'  :. -,   ,Vii yr.y^yiffx  5.; THE NEW WESTMINSTER and COAST  ROAD DISTRICTS, which shall include all  that tract of 1 and included ih the New t West-1  minster and Goast Districts, as set forth in the  Schedule to ������ The Constitution Aot,18^l>V-i  llN Tkstimoxt Whkiikoiv" we have caused  ���������'jtae&e Onr Letters to be made Patent; and  the Great Seal of the Province or British;  ... Columbia to be hereunto uffixed :  Wrr-  . ��������� ���������. nkss. ������������������ the  Honorab Je., Josbfu  Wjuja m  [,.:,/TituTcu. Lieutenant Governor of the said  Province of British Colurobia, in the City  . of.:Victoria,^ in the said Province, this  ��������� :: Fourth, day ,of March, in the year of 'Our  Lord One Th6113and.��������� eight ���������' h fin t)red ami  > fseyffnty-rhree,?and in tlie thirty.sixth year  y:. of iQnr Reign. :   ���������    ',  Bytcommand. .,���������;.!    r   , ;    . fi i  JOHN,ASH,   '.yy^  . ii;l.   ...   .. ',-���������/,' nt.'\i.  Provincial Secretary.      mr22 4va  :'PPx  ~*,P;  :-v.FBbYiNCTAL-:StSG&ETAJST?S OfKICK,  '.\P ryPP T  '    ��������� ... 4fcb^Marclr,';1873..".:  /.His Excellency the?iLieutenant Governor  has been ..pleased to,. appoint Hknuy Sly������  M ason 1, Esq. , to be Depri ty Regis t rar ���������' 0f 'the  Supreme C< Mirt of Britis h !G61 iim bia.   !    -  By command.   .      y ���������'���������������������������  JOHN ASH.  >r  ; Provincial .Secretary.  r    PiioviycrAL Sbckbtauy*s OFFrcK,  4tH March, 1*873. ���������  ������ His: Exceliency the 'Lieutenant-Governor  .���������ii'a's been pleased to appoint Wi C. BtiitKKi,KY.<  ;Ksq.. to be Audit Clerk ;ior; ,the ������Province of.  British Columbia.        ,._  ,J3y command,  .;-,-, -...,,.    . ;  johK ASH;r '"  '��������� v   ��������� ; " Provincial.Secretary.  ;J.ol7:  J J. O; JJOOPSOtf  :    ' JPltOVINCr AT/ SRClifeTAltY ?R 0 P*FTCKJy  .p���������'���������'������������������ '������������������';������������������ 4tbrMarch, 1873; ' < ���������  Hisf Excellency the- Lieutenant-Governor  h as i been p I eased to a p po i u t.., t h e : folio win g  irentlern4en to be..Assessor and. Collectors under and to "carry, out the provisions bl'4. The  Land Tax Act 1873":���������       , ���������'���������������������������'���������'-  RrciiAKp Woods, Esq.,. for Victoria^Distiicfc.  Esq; i im alt and Jtf etches in District, Esq ui hi alt  Town District, arid/ Lake and Saanich Disj  tricts.y "';,.. -... P,"'''���������"'''" '��������� "''^: v': ���������;������������������' ���������'" "**rl  ' WiLftAM. "Stewart, Esq., for Nanaimo Dis  trict..', -,,-...; '.;.;.y.;. -.p }iy ,'ypy y, ���������,...,,-.  John Mort.ky, Esq., for Gawichan and Salt  Spring Island Districts.  LEA & PERKINS'  y.'..-,/ 7/ -r^.;>:';Celebrated- ���������.-'      y.x'r  WORGES T E R. S HIR. E    S AUC5  Declared by Connoisscur^to be  THE   ONLY   GOOD   SAUCE.  Caution, against Fraud.��������� Th e p u ccoss or tills  most delicious and ������nriv������l!ed C������>n������Mnnki)i, having  GiiUHt'M certain dealers to-apply the ituniia ol/ ��������� WomvS'  tershire;tjs'unce}' to t Ijeir own 1 oloritir dimpoundg, Hio  public is hereby informed thai tilt only way, to procure tfie genuine, is to  ASK  WOR   LEA '&���������.1^EBjRIN"S, 4 SAITCE  itii(I tosee that thb 1 r hnmcs arc upon the wnaw*j>k  i.AHKj^8ifeTovpKR,ahci������OTn.E.        ���������      ' ;':.;.  Som.eoi tho'Koreign- markets having bocnauppucd  wi tl i a spn rione Worecstn ps 11 ireSa u ce, upon tho wnip���������  por ami labels,of whicli Uie nji mes o 1 Lea ;iud Pon1 ns  ha've hoi'B forged; L. nnd 1*.: g jVe: noUoo that finy  1 ii ivo, I wmish o.d; Ui ei ? corres pond e n ts w I th, power, ei  at torn ny to iak c i n s tan ( p rooe o il i r\ gs t a jfii i n s t max Ur  xc4ifk rbs and v k mjo it a Vi J s u'n IV; Hi* a ny dtli 6r I iiiit^  on a b y vv h j c h t h e i r ri g hrt may bo ta i'ru������g.Q d .,y- ;. :; f  Askfor iLEA & PERRIJN;ST Sauce and.se������  Naane on Wrapperi Jjabel, Bottle,. anc������  ���������   Stopped'"; : -���������'������������������'x.xx \.xnvx ��������� .-, ;.:������-���������  Wholesa]e:and for expcfclby theProprietors, Wo**  cestor ;CrosBcand BlackweJl.Lonflon,&f.,&,%>4,,. ���������i  byCirocersanUOilmea universally  U^i^^t^v^^tKi^^jtu^li  gnps


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