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' -  .. j  t -^r-sjv-..', rit _  -,y^ P$$%0\Kf  ' ^'(%xk' y-^Mpn y%,y  h,v ,:'-vyucrcvyf' '������������������. -  V?   -'^'ffiiLSbNEAKD     ,; . ,f '  :   -. .���������:��������� 2-rpppyy p^PPPP^y . ->yA;-P ::  &;WELLasSQRTED:.STOGS;^0F;   ���������/;-;.  ���������������������������:. >y������:--V',%y.>-.  ^"^,'E ���������. $y%y ������������������'���������'"������������������' ^ iVi1-'.=  yet-  ���������.������������������;���������������������������.���������������;   y':-,:������������������;������������������������������������' J,M"i"���������'/-fl'rJmm  [ p Gome; al^^f ifrn ^afa- ,pAsa |  arrlrinir stjCUriton an.Wbdnebdaya anoVBarkei ;^"'��������� ifw,);^^^,yr>^fe^o^au.^y-'r/^in^.J)> ;.">  yille on S^iturdays.   ;���������'- J/   ^;_   " *'#|l .{���������������;,;;   '^     t      ^,   j ^     y      ���������_-  ���������  >>���������'���������- ^H^  j ^hm it mm^m^jx qn:lightninb  Wipp^py i^y^'py^: | /'.y.:, ���������.:-/" I':]������  ,.ff^- :plC    Plitilag U������chtci������'-4Q opi������r^tioii,;theyfwfs  " DR-^^^'.-T.vTTMB'KIR''  Oicahaff������riit  t -At ifjli n tan witb- F������rgtt^n^ Kipr?ss fhr I .tupo^t..t '���������  *Ana Wlttf'Giilich'T!s.:Kipk*������ fpv;Djtjj rfb^. ' 'y^' ������  At Qu^aUeiuiouth^vfithi ���������Syireater^s ��������� Express' '-for  2&\ v.'������. :.  :'!   ':;r  y ?iPr6i efit' a ti d Psfisenfff! rs carrleu' through Rt; reason;  ���������������5iicrates.    ���������������-/"���������.'���������������������������:-"!������������������'������������������������������������f-.?^ ������������������''- -   ������������������',.-. >?..:-,.. -��������� < -y , *  yiPori rktea of Frolgh &*a&P*s������K&J?fiV&?%Q&iZ>.  :-.   .y-yry ?V-'- *���������**   >3E0.,-BVKKES^ Agont; ';,v  *s- fi^ai." w*;i^' ^y1'^''***���������!���������'���������''���������'V!'*'! "V-v^1 -:' Barkvrvilw.. :1  ; V^-a; cl^^4KA^g&>j8c:^b;  ;ietai  LIG^TIlf^MEK.  .-; no7~-  ^Appo^^iits.  yi:2n''/[SiicCessbra .to:D.^u?tz::&:G p.v] f .:.*.������������������! 'j;  EES. AND. J)E*LERS IH /V ��������� ;'  :>^;G^AR8; /r/^  v  ^v  ^i^������y?^v-  is^-r  ���������W...'.~yrH-'-': ii .;i-.Jta^^  ..... w, j?P":.-  CEATS  .r���������^v;;--r^A;;S^JppIiY:0]^:T^I#,'  ���������i':' '     '���������'���������������������������    .1       ���������������������������'������������������.  .''-'���������'���������'���������"������������������'.,.-"'. ',   "'.:   .'    .'.     '.���������-'':��������� ....������������������      ���������.    '���������  ��������� Je20; _; Always on band- * .>���������������������������;.  V NEW WflSTMlN^a.DISTIljqT...    -'',..'  NOHCK IS IIEREBY tr������r^.Sr, ih aoivir'lnnoa with  tho provisions otHho '* Lin<l Act". 18.74,'? tli nt ihe  foil diving lands situate in Hie Dislrioi' til' Nro\v Wost-  m his t������r.: h a ro ueiyi' ������������������ bu taj i vi; led"' h y su rvo v, n ml . t hf  Map therool"'hits l)t*fn depositoa iu tho wilioc of ilr 11-  V.-EdinpUiJB, New Westtuiuster; ' :   =.��������� .-     ������     ?  TOWNSHIP'NO. 13.  /  ���������    J    -j\    v^rirate Secretary'������ GiHese; "���������,.;  .       17th Deceuib^r. 1874. ���������-  Ilia yRjccelJericy > the ��������� Ltentcnarit^or^rnor;  has he en I pi eased Jp appoint^AhnKifr; ..K.oayoS-;  ii^i^iu)A/ fetjuit;ev aiiarriater ef. Biifiah Co-'  [Hmbia, to be a Notary Tub lib.     - . _ .,,-,    ;  :"T:"'', "il y\yP''p. "pri vatojS'ecrejaryfs Office.- ��������� y ���������  ' ,;   ^ j ;-    10th December; 1874. ;  .11 is Kxcei le n cy tlie Lien ie n a ti t-G'i) v ei'nor  ���������w a? j?'n'. .thti. 9 ill J,\i n e?i 1 $VS��������� ill eased -to-: app oini  ' ri K.vitY,'.Glxsson aOoubtnkyv Inquire,r Atto>  "iiSy. and; febilcitory.in.-.thej Supreme ;Court ol  jjrilihh Uoluuibia^to-b^a;NoUry Public, J .J  y Afc" All^oodiflf 'the sB^st ^QiiaUty- aad; ai tbr  LoW-est;Prioos.  ; '������������������ ' '���������'":"   ".'���������'"���������"* -';- -:.  Barkbrvilic; Mayil'   ''   , "' ,./ ,  , ������������������'-    myO 6m '  G^lilSliI^AC;FIC:lllLE0iS;::  pibp myrnm+ rbs^paura.nts^cc ������l ..''  :"-i..'-V  ^ll"'  i*i'.  PROPKiaO^S  ;>*������������������  L--.Kty.i>. ;H  wi I Mia man Ufa qtu red ;aad������old hyj Wh61*������alV aid Bfr  iaafiTtVpurityiinil'--���������;;������������������''" "  ������.-.I*.'1' ,* -'S 'V*i i/������'������' -' ���������'- *"^i >yypy^ ->:P . .  Wh^p^%iqn^ssf������i-0M^-  constantly kept on hand* ,, ry ?-,_ ~ r  -gmgyHr  *4^i..  will. ba.ai^a^par^fpltyiiattQnd^dtUo^  ^dBTnrid>ao^imi33tfaaticn^provi^  tomcra  yym  f^ryjiTESTO.TJ.iTO CALL ANB ;SEE HIH0  .:jL -and get ,iw^ much,comfor^k���������;������oe "itlio:;;ianer man as  ',��������� i&Y bther'mah'caiV providar(br the same amount" ol  cash in the shape^Qf v y<i   v.,.   >   -   v  >W-'l  SVV'C"  ;,'' OF THB BEST. ,QDiLEPT. . ^  V ^N;B^T<^li'"iifi ly"'tiiue,' I H>ilt atend .to.tU#'  ^^TAiifaKi^q, BUSINESS..-^ -  , Andi SEy^SGiMACHINEjfwork ^r^every- d^scrtjiioft  .vvill ;h.oT'jdono'.at- tho 6hortest:,notloo at.veasoaabie  m ���������  ���������'������������������  "r|jv*r  ���������ft'.'.- ..'���������;'  '       -  p  >--P  ' .'.-���������������������������'.��������� ���������:���������  -.. >���������*":&  JXUVto  ,1-i-  ���������yy  :s'.'  P0- -  ���������:"���������������.y-i'';  !<-:-//,',} :  ���������:,;s.  y    ���������  ;.-y;V  >���������:'  y  ������';S2gf*: :  '-I"!;1-' '-  ^yS;1-  ���������1'--'-':'>7S-   '  ���������'���������.���������-"���������  '������������������������������������^������������������'���������:' ���������;-":  'V :"..':.'* /{.  :,j'  '  ':';���������  ::u  yy_  :iiy  ;}iiarges;v.':  ���������no7:y-^  FEANK^PERRETfJ  '������������������y;\2Xl-f^  II i 3 Exec lien cy t he L l out e nan t-G.o verno r i i?  Ooi i n oil h as 'he e n p'l ease d Jto> ajip ain t .AllaiI  GiaiiAM,-.nf Mftuson Cret-k, Esquke,; to |be  goreuer-in ;and:lor:the District <3f Qmm^eu.j;���������"���������  His Excel 1 onc^. ;lho LieulenRnt-trovornor  in Council has beeu pleasedlo place Allan  G tt aua m, of Si anson Creek, Esq ui r?, oii". t \w.  Go in in iasibn of the Peaqo in and ,f or the, JDiff;  trie*of Qtriineca. "*; .���������'���������.-.  SocLlous 1,. 2, 11, 12, 13, 14. 22, 23, 24. 25, 20. 27, Si.  - , 35,-aud:30;s- ,, X  "���������.   ,,:?;a . fr    y- :'������������������'  "'���������* "*r- TOW\TSiiIPNO. it.  fiectlen?? 8, *f 16,17, IS, 19, 20, 21, 28,^ 20, f81 ;and  3iJ'    . '- 1      :  TOWNSHIP NO. 18. \ ,  *Wost ImK.of gpction 1. ������ ':   ������������������ '  Knpt huirof Section.2.,. '";*..  West half of See Linn 12. ]   ���������'  East hall of Section II*   . '       ���������',  v ���������"��������� .Bjmt Invest; qtiartor of Socll on 13; *'   '  , Sqhuteust quarter of SecWon 14. ..  ' *: I  . groop in. ;,'  Lota 3 an.ti 8 onlJDurton's^ fralrie,]^a Township No.  .      ,     GROUP t.   .    ,;  ^ts 233, 234, and 235, noar Port Moody.  And thiit claimants of nuv portion of this land who  have not. obtained Urown Cimuts thereof, show Id  ���������prove o]) tlicir claims in accordance with Clause 2J  Xmd Act, 1874. ,.'     *    .  Pormsof proof and Declaration can be obtained at  ���������wn) oUlco of-the Comtnission'-r. New Westminster.  .    ROBERT 13ISAVlfiN,-  ^ChiePCommteaioho^Unds and Worka  Imtia and "Works 0111 co, '  Yiotorla, 0&. 2i} i%u.  ROAD   T^X.  _-vrOTICEIS niCRKBY GIVEN that, a List of jail per-!  \jjyf eons within thv  . ���������   .'    .  KEITI1XEY CREEK POLLING DIVISION  of thotJarlhno District of Barlcervill������ who are Uablo  in.pay UoadTiix for iln������ year?18?5.hft8 been posted at  tho following placos:  .'. ���������;'. "' -y !  t.,Mr Smith's old Store, HarvoyJCreok.  Mesprs. Veith h Oo.'u, Keilhley.  '   Govern men UOQlco, Forks of Qu.es n el?  OLIVEli BARE,  CollJrctor,  Forks of Quesnel, Jan, 1,1375. .      ������������������  NOTICE' IS THEREBY GIVEN, that tho reservation  . ot Dan4 m tlio^Now Wostraiiisle,r District, dated  y'piQuesiieiitioxith.< B.G,:,  'Whore,tlieri are stli! piontyiofrtho^best brands?x>!  , British Colnmbla]; ;,      , ;- > ���������_ -..- ���������  flour,. "l\   ' \\ \;..r ...r' ' '^'\: ���������' -;  -y^-^.^pLL^IST^EA^  * And orher FarroPro^icc^ at VERY;I.OT RATES ^  .4'.y !*/���������/"������������������*' Aisd,-a'gbioValassbrtni9n(br  ^   ���������l^*>:  bRbCERIE!^' I   *-    V  ?-" 'rl)0R'Y-'-^:GOO0^:-r ' ������������������ V ":";;;;:::y;  -:' -'-������������������'. !I'":V.'BO'bTS'.V '&>   8HOES7 ��������� ���������  . H ARti VV ARE :��������� and DRUfiSi     -  im-  -���������;>;������������������. ���������- V  SI  BEQ TO ANNOUNCEtHAT.TH^T^AYEREJrfOVirSJ  y: to; the spacious premises formerly k-iiown as tl-*  preparod tofarnlali   .(.i-.,.   .     ; >, ^ .,���������   ��������� ,   _ "y-'y^-^  -   ���������   BOAR I)"   A'^D'^yKE'A t S;  *   ::  . -pfv;THE ���������:BESTs;QU^UT-Y;-f-'  :^i9f^BABrWjruS^bed ffitilih^;'flneaiwiitiBi  ^IQUORS and CIGARS."'-" :P y ph pp>p-' P). ';'"  Board* >|l2^pe^  *>':-'-.v  j^jr*. Commission,' Storage'.and. Fprvrarcllug. business  dono at reasonable rates.  iJAS.   REID.  inyS 'in  >-e  aS  ������4>  *-AT -ME���������3  OLD VAN WINKLE STORE  West., d  12J), 102,135,138,'141, 147, Group 1, and .now. known  its Lots 205 206, 207, 203. 209, 2lOv2114 212. 213, 214,  215. 216, 217. 21$, Group 1, has been rorfciivled.  *   *      '   , ROBRRT BEAVEST,  Chief Corn m.ls������ oh or tan da aa4 rtorka  \m\\% and������Works Department,  rr  eep oil hand everything  cftftge'tt llbwaltf oitend������^ to fefcs oldfirm      ^ ^  ^V.fiit*  ekft  RESTAURANT I BAEEEY,  /STANLBY>   - ������������������ LIGHTNING CREEK,  The above Restaurant is now Opened afl  1 tho' upper end of town, where Board can ho hud  by the week or single meals.   A flno Siiloon U'&laa  ittncheci, En������plieir>vitb  "Tkehest Liquors & Gigars.  BRBAD,   PIES  and Cakes daily.  -'���������'..".   JOHN MAEEH.:-  rio2S 3ra.  .alt-way mc  ������use  if  rv  TT^YIlSra-'-ADDED A GOOD STABLE TO.THS  tr.* H*ilf-\Vray House, is now prepared to oiler good  ac^ommotUUions to To misters. , A supply- of <MJ  tuitl Hay will .always bo kept on hunt! and sola al  ho Bar la suppilei ^������i *** ^i m&sz, Uzis*.*  B.WiBmWJIfcJilMMWUJl'iBIWiBMBa E*=S5W  si  IlJEGAIlIBOO SENTINEL  w>jpw^T.TS'i.TTyini  am ^tasiatgemzagan^'Jagaasaeggs:  ' y      SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1875.  ;  py 'CROWN Git ANTS.  y'Torfhe information of parfcloa who have  applied for Crown Grants; under tho Gold  ���������������ining Amendment Act) ^1873; we jiub.ljsb  a If Iter from Mr John Evans, who has made it  hte business while in Victoria to inquire as to  the   delay   in  forwarding ���������the  deeds.    The  cause of the delay was no doubt satisfactorily  explained. iQ Mr Evansj which we suppose  mu9t be attributed to the immense increase  of work in. the Lands and Works Department  diiriog the past twelve mooths. ��������� The foHow-  ping letter from the department to a gentlem'ao  who applied for a Crown Grant for a set of  ���������mining claims in his own right, sho.ws that a  mistake has been made by-individual miners  'in filling iip'and forwarding the wrong form  of'application. Form E has been used instead  of; Form .0. Form Cis to be filled up by individual >"miners, making application, for  grants, form E by unincorporated companies  of free miners.   But according to section 9  . of* the.Mining' Amendment A^t, a free miner  is only entitled to apply.for a deed for a single  mining claim or 'one full interest, all hough  ��������� tb o 1 aw������������������ at. the sa ra e tt me al 1 b ws -1 he: in d i V i ri ual  , in iner to ho Id any numb er of: c iai ms by- pur  -.'.chase.. ...       '���������*���������'������������������     , -; .-.   ���������'Y/,.'.'      '\  I '  ���������������������������������������������--'.. ..;;������������������ tanda and Works Depar!ment,:  :.:SKy:.-.y:!^ '  yy ^^Snii���������i; h a ve tb e hoo o r. to i n f p rm yon th a t  ���������-ihe'���������.- Liaw:Officers of - tbe Province..'are of  o pinib n th a t/the for not B": c er ti fie ate issued to  '���������Jo$-dries, hot comply with section 10 Go)d  Si |b |ngA m epd men t Act,, 1S7 3, in asm u ch as  a;i:, indi vidii at can not be: -an unincbr porated  company. I therefore am .ii nab. i e to - issue in  yotir name a '-Crown. Grant for the"-���������4-  claini until'the Act is amended, p ���������'  Pyyy ��������� -;;Pp.- ���������::>;:��������� ��������� Pip'.Zv. vRobe rt ;Bkaten, ��������� ��������� v ;���������'  yyppy. Chief Commissioner Laods &. Works.  /^pKATHyoi? \yfta.���������; BisLrj.-���������We regret to an-  n oii n ce.; the '*- death. of ^an old and reap ec ted  '.. resident, T>n Thomas Bell, winch, sad event  took p|ace at the hospital on .^Thursday morn  ng I ast;   The deceased gen tleman :.h ad I o ng  ib een sii fieri ng from paralysis; ah d b is death  bad:been hourly:expected for the past two or  three weeks; * Dr.  Bell came to Cariboo in  1863.; and a few months after.his arrival was  placed 4n charge of the hospital, which he  conducted, until withiu a short time since, fo  the satisfaction of the public.   There have  been few more energetic prospectors in Cari  bob:than������,the: doctor wad.T .Claim after claim  was tried, too often without success, and year  after year brought disappointment afterViii  appointment, uniil at length tlie Wary brain  succumbed under the pressure of the excite-  ments and the disappointments which nearly  evtirylpcrspn,;engaged; in gold mining^ expe-  riences, and the result was the paralysis which  caused.his  death..   Dr.  Bell  was about 53  years of age, and was a native of England^  where his wife and family reside; Ilis remains  we re i o ter red i n. the Cam er o n to n cem e tery  this afternoon, arid were followed to thograve  by a large number of people. vi  .- ^^QA.DS.-^The sudden and continuous  thaw whjch se) in: last'Saturday hasmade the  roads ainipat impassable  maii.sleigh which left Barkerville at ^Wock  last Sunday morning did not reach Beaver  Pass until Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock���������a  distance of 20 miles.   Since then teams have  been three days going from Cottonwood to  Quesnelmouthr-20 miles.   The road through  the Lake la jEIache valley and the Green Timbers is also i n a very bad state, owing to the  unusual  depth of the rapidly melting snow.  fM$e$exit��������������� 9r three weeks we must expect some irregularity in the arrival of the  mails, as nnj^i a few feet of the snow has dis  appeared frbinCthe  road it is impossibie to  tell how long it will take to get throujrh from���������  here to Quesnelmouth. .  *- JusTrcKs'.CouRf;���������A case of using threaten-  ing and-abusive.Ifusgiirfge was heard before a  resident Justice of the Peace, Mr Jonathan  *������!t, at Richfield "on Tuesday last, and the  defendant bound over to keep the peace.    :  C������ rxA.-^Measu res are in con fsVb f ad op tion  by the' Chinese Government  to utilize  tho  nbnndant native supplies of coal and iron,  instead of continuing to procure these indispensable   commod Hies   from  Ehrb pe.     Tho  London Times devotes a leading article to the  subject, and says that manywjll have felt that  these measures in several ways Iin pi y; o banges  whioh to Great Britain are of no ordinary imf  Vorfcance.   It is, howevefi more obvious what  effect tbey will iramediaiely produce on onr  general. Eastern trade; than bow. they may  Ultimately affect outdomestic, inclnstries, ^e ���������  are gradually becoming accustomed to the  loss of our former monopoly in Tthe economical working of*'coal,  and "we have no reason  to anticipate any but beneficial effects from  the opening of. the unlimited coal fields of  China. The result will obviously be to ecoii' -  mlzeand to chea:pen coal in oiir own'market j  and to stimulate our general steam trade-io  the Pacific and Indian: Oceans*   Tho. present  design of  the , native.,-administrator, under  whose commission Mr Henderson'has arrived  in England is, indeed, limited to rendering  the C b in ese Jm peria 1 arm am ei) ts i n'depe nd en t  of foreign supplies ; but it is obvious that if  capital and- skill .are once successfully em-  ployedrin working the inexhaiistible supplies  of coal 'and iron winch the soil of China afr  fords, not only will they speedily gt, beyond  this point, but it is impossible to set limits-to  the development:of an'industry, so1 likely to  acquire a firm establishment.   China,roughly  speaking, ihcludesVwithin its limits about; a  fourth of the human race j more hbmogenoup,  ra ore i n d ustri o us, and p erhaps h ard ly; 1 ess en ���������  terprisirig, when the oppor tun i jyv occurs, tli a n  the inhabitants of aiiy'of the more, modern  nations which have hitherto outstripped her  in the path of wealth and civilization;   She  is no longer a remote and forgotten' corner. Of  the eartb.   She 1 ies in tbe verys cpnt're of the  modern world, as Constantinople; lay #in> the  centre of the world of fifteen hundred years  ago.   From America, Australia^ Russia, and )  Iudia,   as   well   as  from Westehr Europe,  mode ni ideas ar e n o w, i r resisti b ly i in p reased  ori this slumbering nationality^1   It is not easy  to forecast exaetly the u 1 timate reauIt of ��������� in-  troducjng the vast industrial for jes of China  into the generul cnrrent.of -commercial enteig  prise and competition ; but if such a portentous change should in sprocess: of time  be  made, -the value of labor   throughout   tbe  world must as necessarily fall a3 (he value of  silver fell with the discovery of'the mines of  Peru. . With regard lo our own ��������� commercial  interests, of course, the free competition of  the huge population of; China would revolutionize some conditions of our.naive industry.  But such  an eff-*ct; must be: very gradtial :  and in the meantime the niere-influx of' Eag'  1;sh skill could not fail in producing a beneficial effect on our .ordinary trader and other  relations with China, and a connexion 60 close  l-.aa  that which--4������Rs-fair  to be  establishf.*d  would certainly lead to. an. increase, on  the  part of China, in the desire of communication  with this country.   Our iron  trade,  though  comparatively less independent, cannot be  affected for many years to come, though it is  quite' possible that this rial ion may. so.' ;ner  than has been anticipated even by, those who  have, threatened us with an approaching exhaustion  of our  coal fieids,." be destined to  undergo' a struggle .for her. commercial supremacy.   We may. perhaps, hope that  this  prospect; will afford matter for some serious  consfderatton to Eng I ish/capita] ists and Iabor-  ersin the midst of the disaHlrous.and suicidal  struggles which have become al most epidemic  among us.   The.edifice of our ti;ade has not  been b'uilt up by the blind operation of nninw  telligent force, nor by the mere calculation of  proportions,   balances    and    per   centages.  Minute economy, prudence and "enterprise  are as necessary to sustain as to found a commercial, system, and. those qualities are 'no  longer so conspicuously  developed as they  once were in those with whom Hesihe maintenance of the-main trade which has <nven us  our present sovereignty in the markets of the  world.'7  NEW   AbVERTISEMETS.  3BZ  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  . .card..:-  THE undersigned desire to.tender their most  A sincere and Jieartfelt thanks to the'^people  of Cariboo for their-generosity in responding  so liberally1 to they appeal made .to. them "to  ns^ist Fetei^MoDonald.  .    .;       .':. y'. \  The; unfortunate recipient of JLe public  favour will always entertain the most grateful  recollection of- the-sympathy and kindness  extended to hi rain bis misfortune,���������n feeling  shared by the undersigned, who had the honor  to solicit subscriptions on his bebaif. the.total  sura received, am pun ting:tdi $2,105 50.  ,; : 'p i- . ;'Vt.;ij; pattullo.  JOSEPH DENNY.    :  y PR. LIPSETT.' .  .;*   ���������'     JOHN McLEAN.  - JOHN MARTIN.  WM. FORRIST..  ROBT. McNAB.  .      GEO, VEITH;  *  ���������BARKERVILLE,  Auctioneer ;C d mm ������ s s i on  and Mining A^ent'.  APPMSER  AND^ C0KVEYAKCE2,  I    j^-Goofls rccelvoil and storo<lin yiRE--PRnn'p  ! CELLAR, aml'liberal advances made on sumo  fi  reasonahlo rates.  my Q  ������CT���������  0 .  A Large Solitaire Diamond  King, abd    >  Cluster .Diamond Pin,   '  Willbe raffled, at' Die VULGAN SALOON  STANLEY.onS/tnrday. the 24th of April, .  .100 chances, $5 ��������� a ��������� chance.    The  highest  ,t.hrow to take: t h h Ri ng; t h e I o wes11he Pi n. ������������������  Both articles are first-class, the King  being  one of tho most .valuable in tlie -'country.  ' Tic k et s can be ob tain ed a t J he V u 1 can Saloon, and of Joseph. Denny," Lightning Creek  Albion   Restaurant,  BARKERVILLE.  C n E A PyBO AIM)!  .The price ol Board  at this -Restaurant has  beeu_reu n ced to  Eight Dollars Per Week  ;  SINGLE MEALS*,   ��������� .FIFTY.CENTS.  Pip pi, BEDS,   .   FIFTY GENTS.  -  'iliitiCE .13 HEREB Y til VEN TH AT: THB: #.'   Ty*'  LANDS' IN THE NEW "WESTMINSTEil  ... /���������.;,'. .   distoiot;    ;  ;, ;>; .;.  offerod for sale iiivPuMlh Auction, on the Sth March  and nnsold, arc now opeu for iajo at the hi to of  ONE DOLLAR.PER ACRE,.      ,.  on tlie. fonmt;in<? terms, yv/P: -A rlrpopltof 50 cej> s  pi.*racrot'o bc'p:iid on applicaticn, an.l the balance iu  twelve inonius, '"; .  P-PP []    ROBERT BEAVEN,   '.  ,..��������� Cliinf C������mmisPi������mrr or Lands and Works.  Lands an^l Works. Dr������p ������rtuient, _  Victoria, ilurch 20, 1875.   ���������'���������' .nplO*  BEEF   AND> MUTTON  From 6xo 124 cents per lb  FLOUR, -;.  J3UTTER;   ..  S8 |jpr i00 1������j.v  GOvcents.<per lb.  AND ALL KINDS OF  V E.G. E T ABX E/8 '���������  de/5     ;  SAM.   WALKER.  . ���������   . Barkerville,  ri ^-k ������     ^sj  .      (ROYAL HOTEL BUILDING,)  ���������  WHARF    STREET,    VICTORIA,  Commission;.Merchants :  and Imp or ters  OK  ��������� ���������:.-.     . GOOBS. :/;."  ���������    SOLE AGENTS FOR    -  LEVI STRAUSS & C  Barkerville '&' Richfield,  Importer and Dealer-in  LIQUORS, CIOARS, :  TOBACCO,  G-ROCERIES, and  ���������     PROYISIONS;.  wnicn.riE wiij/sell  Cheap for Ca'sli.  O.'S  0&'B���������Tll|.iPaf������nt ia scoured for the United  Slates,. Canada, .England and .Gcifinauy.  aplO ' ;  large'''s  Tub C'ovntt Gocritw._rt;is stated that tbe  Canadian Government? will send from Canada  three lawyer, to preside in the Coun^S  of this Province, and.lhat three of the present  ocenpanta of the beneh here will be penSd  end retire from the service.   As S  consequence, the legal gentlemen of (ho Pro  vmw . feel that not only h a slight thrown  upon  hem, but that it is an injustice and a  perpetuation of the Colonist doetrine-n," Lh  . ' ^ FOR SALE,    ���������  the  Daiiielsson   Ranch,  QUE SNEL MOUTH.  Apply to  TIIADDEUS HARPER,  fe!3 3ra Gliflloo.  'if"i  PUBLIC   NOTICE.   ���������- 5  "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a List of all per-  iY   sons v.'it lii ii clip Riciifl'jhl, Uglitnins?, ami Quos  nolniouth Polling. Divrisions of tho Oiinl>oo   district,  who Vire .Ifahle to p'iy Koad Tax for tho year 1875  can b o ueen a t th c follow ing places;  -'   Court I-loiisn/Richh>hl.  i!otogi;iipli omco, VanWnkle.  Post Office, Quosnelmouth.  i    * JAMBa LINDSAY,  Collector.  BarlcorriHe, Feb, 8th, 187*,  LADIES1 ^CHILDREN'S WINTER BOOTS  GENT'S. LAHIKS' & GUILD RENT'S RUBBER OVERSHOES.  TWEED* WATERPROOF CLOTH FOB  .LADIES' DRUSSES.  CHILDREN'S MITTS- & GLOVES.  LADIES' HOODS & CLOUDS, BLACK  VELVET HATS, HOSE> &cJr &>.{'.  I will during the winfpr receive olbor Goods  soiecled from the best Houses in Victoria.  0SSSt"A\\  orders  from   onlhing  dislricis ���������  proinpOy  atleuded   to   and thaniduily received.  the above G-oo&s Cheap  for cash.  Barkeryllle, Dec. 5.  d������������  m  fflr-  h;:il  ;; ���������/ -: . -...���i'tifi
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. SATtettAYv?AFML 17, 2S75' g
y Berlin, 16-In lN llpper llptt^o; Of the
P rj i ssiab p iefc t o- day, .tbe- J}\11.withdrawih��
��� I'tije* S tatey gran ty fro m theyRp man; Cathb lie
ciei^wf^de bated. ^Bismarck ^m^e^ speecb
J iri vyjjicb; he declared: that since the* Vatican
ICouncil tbe Bishoprs were^merely,the:Popes
piippetsJyHe sap be ;wa��l';i5dt>.iiiB'::?e^my:^of:
.,.���';   <��� -:. ��������� ,T> ���... ������;���������.'���     , y >  '.
���3 :').���'' ifO'.*'';'*^.
���-���*- ;,;\>r/;'C,LjNy6rN:.:_j;v\. .cvy---
Clinton, ;1 &tl] ^par^n^^ a .pi
t?ved^herfi lasj^^hesdav- frbm-Yfrt e wit h the4
fallowing passengers ^Wm. Shower, C. ?;
>'i 1 f& raft t J JThad^Sarp^r/J'b r GI i n ton ; J.' Hi
: Ward   for Sbda^creefi: j * Th'omas Potter, for
J3arkervitle. ,'pppyppy y ���       ��� ,-
The roads abo^tiec^re in a fearful state]
B. Van Vol ken b rt rgb I eft: he re: this ���mor n \h g;
Tte;jn.teb{il
'41 p soiiici'b^ef^att^o^tlie Cariboo tnarketi ���;
-.'>������
..������.Jr.'
ink
troft.
���CANADA;^-;- *.*H/
'    ^fontrealSlljb^^e:,^
MercliaM-BanTrbf ,;Qarmda ^atirl .-��� the: Dei
: flail r olid /hasi.rftsiilt^ij";.;lii- ���ijie placing- vof tbk
railwayt iiv the binds of a receiver. "" ���;' P    \
the /iyMJiMMl M^Gma^n^jiYd
��� ������;���;���, work;onthe^ele^raphxine
.... SUSPENDED^ ��� ly - ��� > - ^ fr 91 V&; y. i-
Jfli fcawaYAp^
:slfiff of assis'tanta*w]II\jeavehero:next^eelr
���f^r British Colombia toylocftterihe",Pacific
R dtyayy frpm tbe Rocky Monhfains.   Other
parties are also being-organized to prosecute*}
ihe location'survevs; , '    ., y,y <   '  {- >�����.;, \��
The Telegraph Line from .Edmonton fo the
Pacific is not tb be .built���until*M& railway' is
finally located;    y . ;       ������'        ^ H
,���--���;'    ��� KHROPR,     ^   -..p   -   \
It���Paul Boynton did" not
distance to Boulosrne   by
swimraihgy^He was,taken on board 4h express]
sfeamef yesterday agam>tS his Own wi 1 I<an d
LptidpHi ��� April
make'-thei ebtfre
lished declare%^ Bo>nton!s dt^onflnuance
was solely a.t^theoremonsjrancfs^f his friend!
because of the^ihcreaslng dai knessfand rongh^
ness, of the cbanneli PB$. full^-lfi'bved his
^o.wers tp:succeed1 in ordinai*y circumstances.
He was able to ;o ad die, fully; six hours lobge^,;
and he*;was; not'visibly distressed. Q ' pnly \
Paris, 12 fcb-~Gbyer nmen fc has: seized % rnrhv
"ber:> of' Conrbeft^ pictures finder' k'\', decree
confiscating his'propertyy'to" defray the'ftrfj
pen \e ot restoring' the Vendome Column.'
; Loudon, 12^Thej Be^n^erl'st^merr Oon^
fitrtioted to.; overcome the motion of * the sea;
-had a satia/actory (rial trip from;Gravese'nd
��� to-day. :-���;:-; ���*���*.-   i-yy'"' % v''": .''���"'���*'��� ,��";- ���'*''.* v
A S f mn gh ai d is patch says two slea ra ers enj
gu����'d in' thelo^
and- th^i R��d(len^ink!rig of one cause^great
Joss of life.  . . '"   "���',''"'      ' '  ���" '   *     y|
In ih e po m ni oris '^f o-d iyy^ Leyl^ Lewis asked
what course^therGov^phineiit would take if
the independence of  Belgium was imperilled
in c,onseqiience of her rej *ction of. l*riissiari
^demands?  ���  /   '  * . y'. ".;
-   D israe | i 'said the re h a d b e en great misrep re4-
csentatioji^aud.-'-exaggeration in  the 'mutter{
The  Prussian note : to Belgium was no�� a
.menace,  it " W^sJ -only! a remoustrauce.* *No|
reply had^een, made to Btrtginin's answer!
���and he belreved the question whs eoncludedv
Germany had. show oh eL\ cordiality for Eng.;
i land by cdrnmunicatingf to  her the corres-J
>p on dence;-In\:con elusion, Disraeli * declared^
that w^re,Belgian* nationality tlireatenedi andj
her ^Majesty's; Govern mmif were ^prepared ���'; JtoJ
<do;their duty.;to. tlieir.sovereign, he. could;no6
fear to mee.t parliament. ? >   . ;[  ;      j
i. ^Berlin* 12(h^-Tlve* BeHin-Post states tbaJf
*he article of ,Mhe-?8t|iJiiistl' indicating^possible}
war, was riot i tispi rod; by t fie. Go ye r u men t. :  I
A Paris paper: says Ube::Pope: has made?
represehtatiohs""" throngh"   the ' Patriarch   of
Vienna to the Emperor pf..;Austria .that-, the;
pe sec ui 6 ns o f-Ge rm ah y were b ecdmi ng m 6 re
a n d rn ore n nbearab I e. an d tha t if t he ii lire a-]
?s ��hab.le deraands.of Germany -are (not resisted
by the'Catholic Powers', the latter will lose
their influence an d. be co me subj e c t to the
German .'Government, which is ehdeivoring
to b r i h g th e w h o I e Ger m a n n ation a 1 i ty 'i iin de r
one sceptre. -The Emperor, replying to this
fhrough the Austrian Ambassador at Home,
dpplores the struggle between Church aud!:
Stale, aad advices prudence.y   .    y    '��� ,
Berlin, - 13ih-^The 'North' German Gazette
accepts as reassuring the disavowal of war-,
like intentions by the French Press.
'. The Berlin Post says the draft has been
com ple! ed...of a , bil 1 ,��f prohibiting. jreligious
���orders in Pnis^a, except those engaged in
���succoring the sick. .. .,' ��� v ������ : ; :
London,: ���Hth
was'irveiimify >irith the;Gospel as^elhaslwit
t :i^ Prussian State.   '    \;;;.: '���; *   '\P    P:
,;: Th#!rFrench -'Government lias mado^ cm
The^Prencb fGpyernmenf lias mannr! contracts tofBbhemia JfbK de^
Hvere^ next^une.    pp. ; "yP"p..^p i- -J><pr'
:::;:Henda^il^r^^
^hi^iiearSantand^
pn^cs/aniJfpiir guins.., *". -;.:;. / '��� -. \���..;;,:'I
^<j��er)in-iyli&
'tpanqinlizingassurances iu regard to the reta^
liiqijna; p^Gerinaiiy -^i th if oreigii pp wersi: ���; ; ;;
;;;} Vienna, Htb^It is^reported that the Triples
.have, Murdered? ^350 ^hjHjrtwnU'^iiOEoniBani %
���add^fiulgaria duringvthe^ iast;three roon^hSj
and tbat ihe'names of the victims have 'beeh?
coni mu nicated; to ��� foreign! represen talives. iii;
Constantinople.'- w, pirx *.pp     ��� ..    ���   :;
38^: pep cest;,;/-/', 'pip?
; I^aris,i15fii^The French. Academy elected
; Ed w a rd Sa b j ii e,, ��� an; E ng I i s h: Ge n era}. ^cbri'es
p o n d ii% ni eni b.fi r o f l he ;c I ass of * p ho togra|i fe
>rnd;imyJgtttiou, in the/place of Ch as.; E.? Lean,
dead... -1   ','..:.j   ;       ' -   '   ,' ��� >    yp-i:^yy
London. l-5ib>-Mr Taylpr,:a revivalist from
OaIitp kn ia;.wi 11 cori>mehce"a serms bl' m> etuip-
pray ing fo r *t he d) sin isattt. :j rp ni -the' iBeti ca , oj j
^notion of DisraoIi tlie^ petition twas rejected^
p The annual Budget ��,was 'Hubtuitted to, ihe
: [lo use -to? n ijrh t- by 4b e1 Gh an eel 16 r of; the Ex-
cheqilerif It shows thVCtbe siirplus of rcceip*s1
pyeivi expendi tiirc for the' tikb%\"year ehdinff
/&froh:;^
JWILLIAMS CREEKS FLUME^ORDINANOi:
_ .i^ipPy .EXTENSION..:Aejir-18J��^:'-.\: :\ i'i
Following ia a 'copy of the Act recently
passed;to' extend ihe chart^'ofMho Williains
Creek BedrRock;F1 time a nd Di tch :Gczn pany .":
i An Act ; Jo, amend ;>ahd extend * the {jfpyisions
--v of the ^Williams Greek Flu me Ordinance,
.1SG6."  ��� Ap,ppypp-y:ppypPpi;
^Whereas1 it 'ip expeflienfc to renew for\ a
.period .of tten yearsv;front* the 29ih- day ^of
March, 1S76t-a!Laud lingular therights,xprivi^
legman d^pn^fj Is ponleTO^
Creeir Bed-RoclT:B!i ume aad jDjlch Company
;(limited j;by;thev:^'Wi
'dinane^'lSG6V;7v '^yyy^y"^ fi-.ypy yp? L:"
, i ^Her/Majesty, by and with the iadvice and
.Consent pf;tfe;;Legislati ye.; Assembly; of ithe"
;proy in c^;pf .British^
lows::.? ,;  ; ���'"'���  -'.  '      ' Pp ;,  i'  -.v.-" .. ,
> -1.' Tlje ^;Wiiliams'Cr.eefcFlu^
IBo* 6,JX is hereby am en d edfeby a I ri k i ng ou t the"
word ]f ten!��;>|wbei*ever;it.bccursipyHhesaid
. Ord i haftceXaM su bstituting the: vvord3*i twenty!
'in'the/place therdo'fl   :    > y   y     r      ��� *t  ,*
2.; The Ditch privitegesTsiiall be subject to
; Ctivj Vse, ;l ^t o f y lb o / ^ Cro I dE;i M io i rig^Ord i nan be J
;I8G7T^ bnt;Without prejudice,to the rights of
;th'e.Cprapany tpuse ;a^l. the waters stored > by
I hem', j n d e^ejident' of the, natu ra I, flo w- frmn
Jack 'bfCIhbs creek. .. -���  'p j; ./;$'  ���-*,',' ���
s-f-i?.
^Claiise'Hl^ofthe M Gold^ining%di nance
1867,"TeWds'a8-jronow6-:'      "/  :   '    -"
*'" Every ^ranibf aiditch or water privilege ih
!kK
ib\jve;pr;below.' tbe. ditch- 'heady and-- of any
other pens on or persons j whatsoever who are
Oien;in anyway Via wftiliy rising such water,
formally purpbse wbitsoeverP ������ : :;,   -' Vv ,*
 feja^tirpl  	
jst,ates;fhai'the estimates were, liable, to'be
changed by- shppleme ntary.es tim'ates ih;coni
he c tip n wi th 1 r is b-^ed U cati o n al ��� i�� eas n r es 'ari d
other matters.' Thfe onlychange in taxes he
proposes Is a reaojustmeht of stamps and
b re wers' I icon ses. "th rou gh ; wh ie. h :��� he exp eels
the surpliis 'to be red need -to ��30t),O00; J
y Oili i! tiers aaid. the es uin a f es were tb6^ ^finely
drawii;, au)d he anticipated^a deficit, t     \
' .The Budget incfiided^lie foliowingiplan lor
the rediiction pf ihe public debt:: The interest
for, the fiscal year ending March;31 sf^ISTGyi^
estimate^ atX27., 115,000, this charge: is to be
ghidhally increased until it;amounts to ��28,
^qovOtm^ip  lsfj,at whicb^fi^^^
manently^renjsvin.   The. yearlysurplps which
is noC reqiiired ibr jiaymtmt pfvihterest'shall
be ArppliedJor Ihtyredemption^of the :debt;
thus-iii 30 years ��213,000,000 of .;tbe' debhean
be'Ciiiicelled^  ;-'"/y:, -���..���,.*:���'.        f
Twenty;::ithorisarid persons
" "  ' Paul
in the
yes ter d ay w i tn esse d th e exp er j men ts. of Pan
Boynton with tjib life saving "apparatiis
barbor of Bidogne.    :^        -
B:tron Bruaow, a Prussian diplomatist, died
!to-duy, . .y       -- t '; y yy ��� ������;;.. .:   :���.'������-��� ��� -
liJJf ��Ne^market handicap w.a.8 won to-day
f-.,��� ^^'^Pini torn aecbiid,' and Lord
uuwery third,    ��� y;y y? ;    *���'<
^HNI^G iKTELlGKNCBJ:
-'' -'   .y   " ''!co��KLTsto.rjrxta. i   ���!���'...;��� '���" '
^beljergnson cb-.''have commenced washing
b^topj\The Qut��ria,co. are fixing-up.   Cora
co?oii *gpod:���pay,' aud will pui;' ou. twovsbifts
next week.-'....     \   : ."���        ������*���"��������� : ;
���;,_    ,   WItXIAXfS CRE3EK.'. y \
. Mbst.bJ"-the^laims^pii tiiB.iine.of; the drain
have * l>ee'rf" obliged? to stop"' work 5n cpns&n
q'uei)ce of .the iucreaee1 of 'water.; The drain1;
is tconsi (3 ert^l to be j n goo d ei;d er. The w a te r
in the different creeks is raising fast, and we
mayl.-! expect the freshets at least t.wo weeks*
earliertban usual. ,
ypyyyy';    jack of clubs..-'.   - .*...
;:The Two Sisters co. started on their drain
this wee^^.'p \'. y- '.' "������*��� "
��'- Van Winkle co. 100 oz last week, 117 oz. on
Wednesday; Victoria co, S00, oil last week.
Vancouver co. 206 oz last week;.not washed
up this' week% Vulcan.co. 70 oz. last week ;
30 osB.on- Wednesday. Costello co. 17 oz. last
week, 13 oz. on Wednesday: this company
got a prospect of $30 to the shovel.last week,
b it t as t begrbu nd i n which /the p rosp ec t \y as
struck la lower, than, the drain jit will probably
be ah other week before they can test it. T he
water is rising in the creek, and it is feared
if the hot weather eoniiuues, thfe the eiaiuife
will have to shut down.
; *'y Eoitok Sentinel : ^May: I b eg 6 f a ip ace
for a tew ]��� lines to,Jiiform .the. varibtis"parlies
>int^esje3yfi.;iS&'': claims ihafc ^surveyed: for
���Grbwn Grah'ts;\ that I ,hare lost no^time in,
making the nece4ssai'y in qui riesv on. tiieic beV
h al t "on my ^arri val~i u Vic to r i a -.] ast' No vembei*,
;-ahd;^eain pn'mVreturh-f^
IYaivion8 'r^sppS; are ^assigned ^for,the delay.,
Ho we ver;; Ho mMrJ Be'avenf informed me^yeR-;
terday tha^they)are, put jn;hVjn&for:-com'pl'e>.
,tiohy ' Tbe Deadwojbd,antf Blaek- BuU|deeds
ha vey b ee n' se n| p4 ��� ai?A plhbi?s willy so on, fpL
lowy vi baye ma*de', an;appointment to calhon
mv returnfromSaanieh Th "about'afortnight'
fand^ giye:-apy assistance th^jmay be-neededr
before startingiip: '-���'AFs this is/a qijeslion concerning, so, Wny^ and"bas caiised, so miich
uneasTnessiaJready, \v will be a sufficient ex
case for jny trbUbling ybui^f' '- \ ��� , \   \
x li'��� '��� ���'������'���: '7;. T, y>   ' ���" P '��� *���' JOHN^EVAXS^' ���'���'
f Victoria, ^aich-26,'lS75. . ��� ; '
��� P,S.^-Many have written" to' the Lands arid
.Works De par tmen l arid co m pi a i n b f :h a vi ng
had no;satrsf.ictory reply. 'This letter*witl^T
have no doubt, allay all fears of any intention
on the part of the Government to- tahe any
I'uridue advantage.y [^ v' ' ,"''   J. E.'"
; BKNKvoLisxcB,^-Th3 people, of Cariboo hare
���always been noted for" theip^eneyolence.r To
be ab 1 e to assist-the distressed;is a great pleasure to: the good mm,^nf rtonatejy;h vwevf r>
ifei>4&bul Wpp^Rs^-Tf��e; ttiabof two ua��
dacipui ^?o^tdrs -whbih ^id defrauded trades -:*
men- and others;pfjconsiderable sums,5vv a
cbnGlnded iately^tlMarseillesi Frai|cfc  Out
. o f); them.'-.. was! = tlie; \\ 1 egitlmate.;datigh ier��of a���'.
mere bant ���:. named J. i ures and" the wi ft* 6 f a M.
Saul nie.r,r fost^r-bro tliei? .off tlie ^Emperbr^Na.
pb'eon and a?SubT<efecfclmder -rthc"Emp��i'et
m d from whom vshe ;ha;d^eiisepa^e^iSnca
13C2^iHer -iieo m p li ce was % li bmbeo pdcifii i o ���
doctor named Bpissy.   Tho-flbrnierfifi^s^np-0
p mred1; in.th e tb wh as an o p era sipgr r; s lyling
lierseIf Md 1 le; Stellahfrp bat:��hefrepre^en fe I
h 'fself as theirdanghterfby^ ar secret- marring^'
o r the Austrian; Arelidue.hess ila^iidar and 4��n-
j Jled^u; reaching 'her ~40cb ��� year ftp: estate^
w o r th iGSOO .000 a y eaiv ; She ga in ed admissi OU
;t^':dhegbestvipciety, GeberalyEspivarit,ytlie
. Co m man d ant; -jui'i ting: li er: ip, i: is labl e an 1 '���> to *
his box* at the Op era. r; Bpjssy \ ijt; is- b e 1 ie v ed,
was: ^KWsf:,'lier dupe|rM
com plicej' arid theyxoba b ited together, thpugh
there is rip^ropf.pf Jifie uiartiage^core'nibny
ha v i ii g been p erfb r m cjcl.;.~: Bolssy; d.�� i b6 ed 11 i in *
self;Marquis .d^Bbissy,;:passih^Ji Jmself off iii;
the representative of-one of the oldefiffamfr
;lies3in^rai^e^andvtb^   ,p biained ���: ietters5^bf
i n! rbduc tip n tp ��� the;XJb ui ie & e;Chambc rd^ their;
visit. to whom at:Brugegi strengthened ihe be*;
lief in their,high; rank^-"Ubi5sy got up several
bubbIe ^ompanies/fuyng/the names pLreaf or
ificffiiolis-ISnglish/and^Aus&ian'Gerierals l^nd ���
Admirals as directdreJ4   They liyedyin the
greatesfcsty I e; ft oJnyo rilyt ob tai^i inglbverything
":':.-J--y..
'i'i.
... .;��h��mby;
of: Austria,<ahd iorged wil ls.bequeathin^heni
property.   One ^witness, alone^lent them more
[ th ah; ��oM 0;, ;Qn j. th eir v MarfitfH les cr.ed i tors
becoming clamorous they rem-v'd to PariB,'^
-hirlrigamatisibn atPa^syfantf living at the
;rate;of>��l500 a year;:' Their credit^ecain^tt^
1 eng t h ex bau &ted v tan d th ey werefafeprc bend e d
aa swiiidlersV;' At the":trjal^Bbissy's counsel
represented- him as^a dupe, stating that the
other ptispper ;pnintenlipmiHy reveali$,het
rank tb:liim;?while' mesmerized, andrfte proy
posed that3oiss^slmnld^nesmerize-tier: in ��u
an te-room of thercour tun^thel presence; of ���thei
Judgev who; bpweyer*^va�� huturiilly^nna^le-
^to;see tUat tHis would throw any light b"n|the
case.   On^behalf of* the, femaie-prisbrier/let?
ters were-piii imaddressed tbvher byt^I^Gbtt*
nod and ;ojhe^ compos rs and' mu&icians^and
sit was shown': thatsfce gained a^rat 'prize-at
the Baris?G6%serv;atoire ;byifaer:skilloh the ,
. viplpneel 1 o;f.,..-;Her> musical ��� talehte, .* indeed,
weHS admitted tov be greatirandntjappeared
sbe*had performed in Loriddu/and other capitals, sometimes adopting thejnames/of: Gen lis,
and Lagrange.   The prisoners were/both coar
vie ted. and sen ten ce d. to five 'years' i m p v iso n.
ment, with a^fiheCiofrlwOOO francs arid 4ra:
years'suspension ;of civic rights.   "
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Br Esprbss.���A'further supply of drugs,
patent and proprietary medicines* has been
ireceived ai the Barkerville .Drag-Store.'. Dr.
Chipp will attend on Lig^Ping.every Sunday
up tohbdri^susual.
bear.in^mind, that a large.-.p'ropoj
handsome;;siiiriyraised /for Peter McDonald
was given by hiea who could 111y a^brd[%jieir
dona, tio ns, we .must say'thatlhe most admira-
ble/ef ajl the'iChristian jyirtuesi; Chatity, rs j
deeply engrafted in the hearts of bur minerf
The sum raised amounts to $2105 50, and iii j
a card published in another coli*ran the c'ol-
1 ectio n co m mi t tee, o n b eh al f o f t h e re cip ie n t,;
thank the public for their generosity.
: Tub Express " left Quesnelmouth at 10.30
this moraingv and it Is expected will bo able
to get as far as Cot.topwopd with the sleigh.
From theqee the Emails and .express matter
will have to'bis packed in by IndLvns. The
mail cannot therefore be expected to arrive
at Barkerville before ta-morrow night or poB- j
sibly Monday morning. In order tps make the'
usual connections, the down mail will; close
at9 o'clock to-night.
Tue Ci P. R. Telegraph Lixe.���An. Ottawa
dispatch says the section of this line between
Edmonton and the Pacific will not bo built
until'the railway.route is located. We suppose, however, that the present British Colum
bia Telegraph line will be extended as far as
Kamloops. It is evident from - recent developments that the- Bute Inlet' r(M.te will: be
I adopted for the niilway.
Glartno iMPERTrNENCEi.^Referribglo tha
correspondence arising^out of ��� Mr Walkem*9
}rn^sstpri to England^i? 'S refreshingyto: see that
they jute rests of the-Prov i ricev have hoi; been [
overlooked by outsiders, :1a a report of a
com nil t tee of l h e ho n Grab Ie the,;^ri vy Conncl I;
of Canada, 1874,; the folio wing sentence oo*
^curs^i "Ab; application-,was, made; by ^onb
prominent gentleman^ an ex^member^
j\amentvib> tbe ^Governm,erit here, ��� toy know 1 f
ifielj) v\ip osafs fn a de, by ii r J. D:. Edgarcwp uld ���
still be adhered ton-lf^so, he pledged himself
.to. secure, .their compliance by the'bulk of the
.peopie:of'Biitish Coiiflnbia.^I,The gentleman
referred to in this report is clearly-^he^iate
juverJ-le TepreQentative for Victoria-city (-Me.:
Henry!Nathan), ^^���a^^
t he p r i nei pal c o nstilue n cy o f th e. Pro vi o c e, if
they; eah ;co n tern pi ate ;p lading: the r\vel fare^bf
the e n ti re comm rin i ty in t he fi an d s b f sii c ban
un imp or tan I ia di yidu ai ^[ VictOri a S tand ard#
: Disallowed.���The "Land -Act,-' 1874, haa
been disal 1 pwed by the: I)bmipion Govern���
ment.   The Land Ordinance, 1870, 13 .there.
fore again in operation;   :-    [.    ._..p.   y
yiy.
HrGir Watisr. on LTanT^N(j~fhe Vicfori*
and Vancon vec. cp mpan ies rwere pb 1 iged. to
shut down to day. The Victoria washed up.
before so doing, aiid had 5^0 oz." ir .'
ToBrJcFJ^on Qttesnet ^and Fraser rivers has
broken up,^-^ ;   ;: .���*,5?J % . ' '������-'   -p
PUBLIC   NdTIOE
\TOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that�� IJstfTMTp^>
N    sons within the District n Clinton jniI m Ian^
tike Division of the Cariboo OisttJoi who, are hablo
tha'foilowin^places:    ....,* ' :..
Court House, Hinton.
. JdrYeiitcs', Soria Greek. -        .���
postOtlloo, 1,50 Mile Houf.0,; -   ;_���;;,t .���..
Post Office,. Dog Crook.;'
Oliaton^ Jau. 18,18?5��   ^a
rc. e, popiv"'-""
*i&ry^���.Mwmn'^tmMWJ!m&i!m!XJS ���������EfioeesseoEK  ri wtiiffr  jJt^ffltajsVijBgffiy^t  MISCELLANEOUS.  ass  EE  SAMUEL   SM1T0,;  LIGHTNINaCREEK,  -Baa on band * choice!?lock of.  PryisioiisV groceries  i  NOTICES.  Public Notice  NOTICES  irfcliih'fae will iell; :/ :. %:-:%p~''P!>y '"'  vWHOLESAliE AND BETATLi^S CHEAP  [.:..; *;;.:;AS:TflE:;CHEAPEST/y-t.-..-//.Xi  '"-.    '.  ''.���������.-.:.< J.::-- ������������������������������������hi -���������".-."��������������������������� j-:: "..;.��������� ���������j'-''   y ' i  m  i  :Mecliaaiib.ai'\.:.iftj>^s^ /  .F&8^'VFA'Ndy   STATIONERY,1  ;;.v.>yy-::r': iy^A-large;i9toek:of- ;: -1' '*. ]P 4  yJteix  y , ;yy;p::yi<-'lyy P.- *$*���������������������'. /;. 'i-.^-y^yyi:pyy  P' 'ATiTira^';I^  f; thoma'elvea of.: the. now-.Mining.-'tair'and lo put  Vflbaae their gro up .(I,- cad hare> tbe Survey, of tliesaino  (tittd'tfiH?8 ntade by. addressing-<��������� />. '-.y ������" " /;> //it {  B/;0//^  r^?y:' yCy^V^ ��������� ?p  " T^OTICE fa -hereby given, f that In accord,  [ X^ * J ance-wi th, t he pro visions of the.". Lap d  ' Act, .1874,?,:the folibwing lands Situate Ip the  :iy:I)i������|rict: 6 f; Li 11 ooet, op posi ie fri g Dog Creek:.  * ri}} li t: b a n k o f :Fr aaer .' Ri ver,; ;jia ve. b een '��������� s ti b-  .jdivided by .Survey sjl and ������������������ Mapa thei>><*f have  /been'deposited'' ia <the Office .ofcD.-E. Pope.  '?:EBq..sClihion-ry::;:;;; v>?. '-.'. ���������pppypy ';" -rj-  P*p.Sectiohs:!,2^2/.-- '      v-       ������������������������������������ {'P..:...  I' ht* ; Eiist-half of ��������� Sect!o'n$4: *���������'.'���������-;��������� '---'':' - ��������� ��������� ������:  '���������"-.;������������������ off^.'; ������������������.���������,*;= :���������:::: :��������� ���������������.������������������/- 9/ .   ���������'"���������/-'/���������-.���������-  - /'j  ;   ::   BeeUbnslO li; and 12/  ,..->.-���������':;Fract|onal Sec tibnei-13,< 14.<���������  r:��������� ��������� ���������'< ���������;��������� ~* ���������' :  . West half of Seotioh-'lOi'y ��������� ;  North half of Section 10.  Sections 20; 21. 22.   - ' ' v '"      > . -"��������� ��������� "'.  yy.   ^Fractional:Section 25. *>;.:���������    u       ��������� Q.  -'     'Sections'2G, 27, 28.'2i>. S4.-.   ;: ��������� .��������� ���������    .  ^"_ .South half of Section g5..  ,;  '"../.'., Fractional-Section 36;    > : ���������  c-   A od that cl ai m an ts 'of any < pb r Wori of t h i ?  i laii d who; h aye not o b t ai bed; Cr own G r a ii ti  thereof should prove tip their claims In accordance with Clause 21, "Land Aci, 1874"!  y Forms of proof and declarations cmd  lie  Vbbtained at the offlce-of������ the Commissioner,  .:f?linton.:.v ��������� y .1 -yA ������������������ :. ^- '%���������������������������  ������������������ >:    ROBERT BEAV'ENy ::  ���������  Chief Commissioner Lands and Works.  arid;Works':Office^    [.,, ���������  Victoria, Deo. 19, 1874. ; y:   ,   ju7   '  ��������� V"-     -  HOTIGEP ;: ��������� ������������������:���������-��������� -:  ';,-VTOTlCE.IS HBREBt- GIVlC.V that ths foll^lnghad  :>;Xi.'." ia Now .Westminster District .are. hereby Veservod  until further notice:,       ^-    .-.������������������ -r>  " '   '    TOWNSHIP KG. I. ,'  Block No. 1 North, Range 1 West. Sections 25, 20, 30  p.     .of Section 1. ;  .   .'     ���������       -   ,       ;       ���������    ��������� * '  Block liNorth, Rsmgel West, Section 27 of Sec. 2.  NTorthea������t!raciionalqmutcrof Sectiou 28, known as  Lot 17. .  TOWNSHIP NO. 4.  Southeast quarter of Suction 6. '  South west quarter of Section 6.  ''  "���������'       ���������   ' TOWNSHIP NO. 5. y    '  ���������   ; Grouj> 2, Lot 169/  '"'���������.,������������������.���������.;������������������������������������ .:';'���������'..'  R: BEAVEN,^^-  gCbief Coromi4sionor Lands and WurUs.  tan-U and Works Dcpartmont,  Victoria, Fob. 12,1875.  wTOXIOB "IS-UBRSBT GIVES THAT THE  y. f.o\fo wing.' are ,.t he Bou nd ������rie&  g f tha  Land Reconling.Districts ia the Proritice'jof  British Ooiuinbiw:.1"' ���������   - -.  -^   ;::: ;:-'-;���������    i;;|  toral Uiblrict. being also the^ North-East corner of New 'We'stiiiinste'r District; thence following the NortK������rn and Easter,n boundaries  of tile Yale Land Recording Diyisioa to the  point ofycdmmeuccEaeGi:.    ���������';. . . g  NOTICES.  DISTRICT  :i:������;:';NE^ | ^  : :The Land Recording District of New We������t-  min?ter ehail' be tioabded��������� on the; Sdiitb' by  theSonthem.Boundary of the Province (the  49th Parallel of North .Latithdo) .to��������������� point  ab ou i' 65 "mj I es Eas't T ro'ni the >li oi^e;.' of the  GiiIf of. Gaor������f 1 a, saiil point Wws .the< Soutli-  Eastern corner of New; Weslminsterpiatrict/  and the Soiith-Western corner of the1 X'itte  DiRtrict; 'on the'-Eastby 'a:l|ne(being also  the Western;boundary of tlie' Yale Dmtriel)  running North from tbe naid Soiilh-Eustern  comer, i- crosei nz. Fraser Ri ver ab o ijt 8 rri i 1 es  above the mouth.of Harrison K4ver,%to % die.  taince' of ' about;.'.45. milesi and thence North-  ,We3t-.by-North' abbut:50 roiles, at ail aVerr.ge.  distan ce of.ah ou 110 mil es Kas t from tbe ge n-  eral eohVse::of.the Oouglas Portage,, to tb?  Nor tb-iSasterh; corner of; said D jit riot, which  ia also the North-Western^cornorof;Yale!Dis-  t rict; 0n: -the" Nort h ivy ty .1 i iie (bein g. also tbe  Sou l her ttj :b o ii nd ar j,r in' part, ��������� of, th e* Li II oo e t  Distriot), thence running .West from s'aidlast  named;oorner,. cross:ng Liilooet;Lake'! at a  poin t ab oil t ��������� eq *\ i-d istkn t ,f ro m_ ei th er ;en d /and  touching the extremei.Northern .point of Jer-  vis Inlet (which Is the^ Sou)h:West corner:of  L111ooet pietrict) therice��������� to Forbos Bay on  the^shuro of /Desolation' Son nd ; ��������� and oo (lie  ; \Ves t'/ by ��������� a' 1 in e:-1 r u h uki g: t h rou gh th e inidd'l e  o f ��������� Ho ta fray. C h an nei: t o Sara li Poi u t; an d  thence in' ast raigh t j i ne S o u th ev\y to tb e in ost  \Vesti\r ly; pot ii t of Savary \ Jai and f; then ce to  in id' c lia n n e 1 6 f G ii I f 6 f G eo rg j a ; then cc t(>  the centre of Sab in ecb an nei.to,the bou ti'd ary  o f Nnn;;i m 6. Land liecord ipg D 1st riptf fo 11 o w-  ing through the coutre of aaid^cbannel to'; p  point opp'oVile Pojnt U"pwo.od. TexadaIsland:  fiiehce \o Ubwing: 1 Ke inid��������� channel of-,the Sfriiii  of .'Geprg i a ��������� to.' the .Nq rt)i;,'Eabtern co rn er.\ o!  Cow ich'a h Dti t ri c t ;*:' then ce*. Wfo ton' tb e 4S ih.  Pnrali'el ;'to point of cqirimencement, and ah ill  ������noli id e: t n e. fo I low i n g .' Is! a nid b ,:���������* liojfv,;  ���������''MWryV- * Melyiite;,- ^fyor^nniV Ojter/ ���������. Mi'iik,''  ;..lii.igge/i>' ���������/ Savary,' ,*��������� IJarw.bocl^.'>' Texada/  ;< U ardyj/. /Nei so n ,J /' ��������� Clip I a i'nV '.P Pears o n.:  iThormandy,'^TraU,^.������ White,!.,vAhvil/:; Do  fenced ( Woql^ridge,' 'Gambler/; ;������Keats,'  ;*;.Bo w en.'! Pasley ^ ' Fo p h tHn'ti )���������ffio ol coni b e, *  and^'VPassa'goj'aiMl all bt.ber small Islands noi  enumerated:withiarflaid boundalriei. .'...-".  DISTRICT OP, YALE:(.YALE^ DIVISION)  the Yale Land Recording;.Division shal!  be bounded on the \7est riy'fi lino commenc  jng oil the 40:h Parallel of, North .Latitiute.  05, miles East from the,Guif of Georgiaj beiop  a 1 so the Sou th :Ea'storn corner 6f New Wesi  m i iis f e r La nd /Record in g District; th en c c  North about 45. milos ; thence.'North about  45 mites ; thence Nprtb^est about 50 mi lei  to a point, being tlio..N6rthEuaterly..corner pi  N e w Wca tiui n s ter" Distriot; th e a'c e "Eas t ab ou I  J5J,.piil.es.:lo.-.a.po\nt near ��������� th,^ junction of the  Thompson and Nicoia, RiverV;, thence in;.h  So u t h- Eas tefl y *d ire c tl o n, r ii ii ii ing pa ra 11 el to  the' ge n era 1 co u no of fh e N i co;l a RI ver, nod  uistant>bou t 7-milefe theretroinvfor a dietaiic.e  o f ab ou 13/������ :;n j^es to".Q. o 1 d w a tor K ly or ; tb e n c e  in a Southerly direction ulringJ ho trail to a  point 2 miles" West of Princeton ; thence duo  South to the 49th iWiilfel/ about - 36! miles ;  thep.ee along the said parallel to the- point 61  commencement;....      :.;��������� ���������' .: -.-���������  DISTRICT  OF  YALE (KAMLOOPS  ;.    DIVESKW.   y .  .  ���������  Tho Karaloops Lend, Recording Division  shall be .bounded, on lh������ South by a line commencing at a point 2 miles tVeat of Princeton  running due East to.the South point of Okan-  agan Lake ; tbence on the East by o lino  running Northward, and following the ]jh>������t������  ern /r-hure  of Okanagun. Lake, to its bead  THE FOLLOWIXQ.  ISA.V  dated. 15tlV.Xrty,^1872, ,fr,.om an oM inhabi-  v: :tant of*Horaiagshampxiear Wurmiuster,  "'  ,   -v Wilts:'   '. ';   ���������.���������;  VI mri.st also beg; to say that: your Pi lis bre  : an cxccU������nt medfciho tor me, aud I certainly  do enj ^y good h'ea I th,. soun d 'sj,-}c Pi  iin;; ,t  gooictppetitfi/ this is (iwlugX'j tuk-jn^'Vwir  Pills.    I am 78 yours oliT ; .  t( Remaiaing .Gentlemen.- youra very re-  epectfully,   -y, /--   - ' ��������� [L. W.$.  To the Proprietors- of       '*  tU*h%  London   *y ot itoote-  nay  Dutriet;_ thence following the Western-  three miles North of Seymbhr, U\:n distance  of ahont 20: inilen ; theiicM in a' rlirect line  ahout(io miles, to. a".point on 'the1 North  Thompson,RiTOT (Meridian l)<ma) about 15  miles North.ofJCamloops; .thenceln a direct  line about 13 miles North, of Kamloops *.  thence in: a Jlirecf: line about 50 lines tn ihe  114 mile post on the\wagon road from Yale to  ClintOn:; .thence iu a- direct Hiie 60 miles to  OP   YALE .(OSOOYOOS  * M.^iyisiciN);/      .-:/���������;������������������: -  The: 'PsooypoaiVLarid, Recording District  1 shall '.be' bounded on tbe South by the 49th  Parallel, co m ate n c j ng & c a po i n t(b ������iing also  .'"the Son th-Eas t coto er of ���������the. Y al e La hd" Re-  bbrdibg /Division);' tlfence running West, to  t h e Wes Le rn b o u n d a ry .p f Ko 61 en ay Dis tri c. t  then ce running NdrthwanL alphg^ th������ ������aid  ; Wests rn boundary ��������� to' tlie Sou th-Biw t eor n er  tot, .the Karalnopa Land Recording Diri^inh ;  thence fo}\6wing; the Soiith?rri: and East*rn  b oi n n d-ar i oh of Pai d La n d Recc rri i n g D i Vis io p,  to the South-Western corner of tbe said Kam  loop* Land-Raoording. I>i?Hioh.; thence du������  South alopg th������ boundary of the Yal������ Land  Reeprdistjr': Division vt������; point of cooamence-  ineiit. -\ . ,' ������������������ J ��������� ���������     . ,,; "> '���������   '  of North Latitrtde ; on tbe East by the 12(\h  Meridian <>f ''.We������t longitude ; on Urn k* ?  by the  C0:h Parallel*;  and on the Wfet \  Alaska. %.Territory ������f -tht. .United States Z  i America.,    . ���������" : ��������������� '    ���������'.. , '��������� '*.   :-'- r  8   "    v   !  '    ^ROBERT BE^VEN, *  Chief Com missipner Lands &, Wbrh  Lands and Works Office,    , P  ,.  -Victoria; July I8tb/I874:(V V   '��������� ;   .'M  " Oelohrated  WOR C E8 TERS HiR"E    SAUCr  DeolaredbyConnotMeurnobo  THE " ONT^y    GOOD   SA-XJCE.  Caution, against FrstuclI-TTjtiancbrrt or n,.,  LILLOOET DISTRICT.   :' y��������� ���������;    y  > The Larirl Recording ''District of Llllobe't  :nhall be bounded Ori the Itlaat by>line1'(being  ilso the Western boundary," In part,, of the  rC o o t e n ay   District.)   commencing;' f ho ni". th cs"  O^prth-Eastern corner of -Yale,' Btecfbral;Dif������-'  ;t.ric t-; ;;t h e n ce: fo 1 lo w i n g a con rise 'Tjj n ral S el t q  tli e^ gene ral*. cpu roe o f th e Go lii rabi a Ri ver ah (t*  ab on t i te n  nii 1 es tl i at a n 11 \h\ r-tf ro m; 50' ni \\ es  to a point on the 52d.Parallel of North Lali  tn ,d e. .w h i c h 11 Ui *. No r th - En stern ��������� c o r n e r "0:  ������iti(l': Lillpoe.QTiifitrlct, nud the Soufh.HJttster'  cor ue r 'o f.. C * ri bo o Dja t r I c t,; ��������� o n * h e N o r th b ;<  .; h e eai d 6 2d' Pa ra 11 e 1 (;b e i ti g. a t������o t h e So u t h e r i  bound ar y. of Car i b o o D i s t r i c t) j c roiis ing th������  Gari j>o o R pod. ..at, i.i i o, 13 8.cli mi i e po a t, fo r r  distance, of .about 220 m.i.iesi to a point onthi  .124'fh/Mer!ditto,rwhjchja the Nprth-Weaten.  en rne.r. o f said Li 11 ooet Distrl ct,- an d the' Sou tl  Wostern corner of Curiboo District;  on tht  Went. :by. the paid 124th Sleridianva diatanct  of !abo,ut 125: miles, to tbe.:poiut where' th<  \ai<l  Meridian iriterBocts tlie Northern bono  ���������') nry' ;"o f; Ne vr . W ea t rn 1 n s I a r District, a t th <  Northern extremity of. Jervis 'inlet;  on th<  South \ by tti e -: No r t hern  bou nd ary of  Ne t\.  Westminster ^District,;; to-  the North-Easterr  corner ofeaifi  District, (which  ialals* th'������  IfoHbrWestorn oorner ;of. Yale Electoral D\s  .'rict) and: thence hy the Northern, boundary.,  before.described, oi. said Yale Electoral Di*  ��������� rict, t b. the'JSo u th - Ko? t������rn co rn er o f 6aid *Li 1  ooet'District, which is a>o.the North-Easten  coruer.of Yale Electoral District.  r". DISTRICT: OF KOOTEN'AY.  - The Land-Recording Dislrict'of Kootena;  shall be .bounded ori the West by the befor-  descrlbetl Eaptern boundtt'rl;������8 of * Va 1 c Kief  ��������� oral and 'Liliooet Dhtrict?} up f.o the North  ���������Bastern- covn e r o f. LI 116b e t District, W h ic.h i ���������  also the'SoiUh-KaMeVn fiornor (if OK rib o6 Di;-  'rict. and thence' by 'a line .-.(being also th������  ���������So u ill - F, as te r n bou tirl a ry ������ f Ca r: b oo District  'oilowing the general course of ihe Co'iu'nibf'  River, and distant from it about ip miles, foi  ���������i further distance of nboiit 60 miles, to ������  point on the 118th.5'eridmn, about' 15 mile-  ^orthKisb of the Uoat. Encamp men \\ am  thence by the 118th U(>r T(Y\ a ii"(being al������o th*  KfiBlern boundary, iu part/of Cariboo District) to the 8itmrr.it.of th^ Rocl^y Mountains  (he Eastern boundary of .the Provjuoe; ot  tbe vCaat by the said feasors boundary of-tn-  Province ; and on the .Sooth by 'the 49.it  Paralloi, the S^uihem boundary ol 4h������.Pro  viue'e* " ; ��������� '���������'  '" p'"'_  . DISTRICT OF CARIBOO.  'The Land Recording Distriot o* Carlbor  ?halt  be bounded on the West by the 12411;  Meridian,���������whicb.ls aieo th^ Eustern boundan  of the Coast District;  on the South-by the  o2d ParalM, which is als.o (be Northern boun.  daryof jLHlooct District;   on the Sooth-Baa.  by the before described boundary, in part, ol  Kootenay District;  on iho Ka������l by the 118tt  Meridian of West LoogtittuU (being also thf  Western baundary, in part, of kootenay District) to th������ Kummil of tbe Rocky Mountaias  and thence Northward by the summit of tbe  Rocky Mountains, and by the 120th Meridiai  of West'Lcri<fjit������de. the Eastern boundaryjo'  the Province ;  and on the North by the 60th  Parallel .of   North  Latitude, * tba, No������th������ru  boundary of the Province.  euro tha genu l at, in to  .^k.Td������  LEA/"$s   PEBRIKS' * 8AUCE  todtoBM tba>t.tbair-.nAB.e>ara o������ontha'wii������������  CJLBaiiS/aTOrran.kadBbTTtis, ..       *.. . . *vn  Some of Utaforeign markeiahaVJrjg beenaunijpA  wUhaRptrrioufiArorcestersMrr.Sanfco^ipon tl������.       f  pcranil la.belaof,\vhic!i the names of Loii nn'.l rWriiti  jiavebcon.forced, L./anrt P. g\ye poticethaUM-J  b^������: T������ rnlsh rd-1 h r I r cor res pen cl e a.t s -w j t h; pnW^r m  ������y to take ins tan t prnceoding;9 R^auUt havc.  iii^gantl rKynbRa'oT'Bttch,-:o>any-otheriiaiu!  jr. whj cht b ������ 1 i rig li t m a y ii'c'f rj fi'niffc d /  Attorney to 'take  'ACT.OR  iiou8.l>  Askror BEA^ PKRRTNS!'Sauce and se-i  :.oName on Wrapper, Labe3./Bottle,; ar"  , Stopper..- ..--   -.-.-;   :.. ���������    '���������'������������������r   y:y    : '.'!  .. W!huh?������Ale and for export hy 'the prbpr*ero'rn irer  stater; Crops*? & BiackwcU, Uwloti, &c.V -&c ���������' BBj  ������y Grocers aad Oilpieo uuircrK.dly. ���������.,     .   .-/ '  y~y^^^  y '���������-.;: P:B I   VATS/BI L L^/'  ,  . "   ' .    ,    I ���������"...'/���������.    i ' ��������� -     ' '  v ���������?; All a'ppilcAtiona for priVate BUls, pron.^iv ihi  .ubjact of locution by tho I^lalatlr. Ar^mHv"  g -!Ujh Columbia,;\\\itil.u tbe purview ������f "ThoP.riih'i  sorthAmerica Act.. 1867, M 'rhetherfor tho en-cti^n ������f  ^ny particular trmlo or calling or ������f any J.tin.t St*rk  .otnpany; or otherwise for pfani'lng- to any in������livl.;ial  .r..in/jvi/luals any txclusive or peciiirar rights or nor  icgo������ \That������rcr. or f^r <������oIhk any' mauer'^r Ail a  ���������'inch in its operation wonM nfffct tho riirlit urT-'.'n.*  rty of othsr parties,'or rcluto to. any pariicular^bM  r th;������.communiiy j or for imikih'cuhy nriicuuiiieni ..fa  ko naturo lo any former Act, nljal l require a Noiifr l  itAj-Jy und distinctly specify Ingth* nafnraa'n������iol''i:ci  C.thjrapplicatlOB, to be ptiMUherl as foll.iwp. viz"-  ���������'A'-NntrtM inserted in th������ Brit'lah Colurobh G.-.i-H?,  n������!������in on^  nnwsp*p-r published in tlie' distrivt ar-  acted, or tf there be no h^wspiip^'r p'ubJfchV.? tijerHa,  hen in a nev������apiippr in .the-nost n'e������ire.ii ulslnci" ia  ruton-a.neivapapcr U pnbli.sbc.l. ...    '  Such n:il.ico shall hc,couymiocl ���������ln.eiu:h.rnMf..r  period or at l������������a������t six we^ks. '(hiring tlie interval tf  line between the closo of gthe next pri-ceUhiK Settioa  nd the coc^literatton of th.������ petuion.  Before nay Petition, praj'ipjr tor leav*������< tn lirluf  ^n r Frivato Rill To? ihe or.'<;rl"n of a Toil   BrWga  DISTRICT OF OMINEGA.     '  yThe Land Ifoeorafnj?"-Dfa'trtct" of 'Ominec*  sh^U be bouiiderJ on the South by  the 54th  West bj.-the. 127th MoridUxi fof East Looiri.  tude.,; . .,..%     ���������  \yyi$?m  Tho ���������asiiar Land Recording; tiistridi ahall  ���������.���������.- ������������������������, ...���������������.������������������������ wfti}^, tno eiient oi tut pnvocgB,  ueiiaifrhi of the nrci.es, the Interval between vb*  ..oiumenta or pier.-* for the paocage of rafts or ro������9cl?,  ������������������ndmer.tjoalagaUo whether th*'.y ihtbntl to er'pfi^  ��������� ravrbridga or not, and the fiimcuatonaor tlm-wme.  .   .' ���������' : J. KOWI.AN.O.IIKTT,  ju* Clerk;of the lie^islatlto Aeseir.hly  Gold-Commissio -'  er s  >TOTIOE   13   K1ZRKBY   OTVEN   THAT  Li    on and alter tho  JFIRST DAY OP NOVEMBER NJS������T,  *H Clalma In the Cariboo .District may be la!d ovn  until the aoth Way, 1875, subject to the 9th Sccttoa  of the Gold Mining Amoudmeut Act, 1872.  ���������  if.  M   ViAhU  _, , ��������� /     - Coltl Coinmissioii'ir.  Jtichfield, 7th October, 187^ .*        oci'J  Government 'Assay  ce  p5tOK THIS DATS THIS ASSAY Charge  L    lor tots of Gold Dust of Fifteen Ounces or unuoi  Is- "' V ..........   /.,'.-���������.   f:-; .-���������    ���������  feREDUCED TO TWO DOLLARS,!  and'.'or -������������������''' P ' '���������" \p: "    '  \KNERAL ASSAYS TO FIFE DOLLARS,  the latter payablein adrA&caV  |W. HITCHCOCK  m

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