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 .V  is-: ������������������  Vol 16.  A3  in,  in  (i������  at  on  e'tji'v  be;  ������V':  1  sSSHEr  TV  'C^'::;  Barkerville, William Creek,. B.C., Saturday. August 15, 1874.  No. 18  ���������->   JPublisbed every Saturday by  B 0 B E RT..,$tfO L;^.0;^;iA;Y.;.'  Subscription, ���������-   -, 25,Cents per .Week;  NEW;; AD^BfiTTSJEMBNTS.  RATES OE ADVERT������?tN^. ;    ?;   J  For onc aquaro (one I nch)j fl rs l1hserilob,   -   $3  .'.,"���������"        "   ..;. '���������������������������\X'X yXi: Pdo.month,';.-. -.-.'. &  FortwosQuares alrstlnsertfony    -/��������� '.".-,    5  *      ���������   li       bnoniouth, v -   ^ ;;:.:'.;:'8"  Age nts fox the * *C arijj op ;S entinel. v.  Van Winkle; ',, -  Qucrfncl mouth.  Statu Creek,'     -'.y .  Clinton. ���������; -  Yale, ::."..,-   -     /���������������  New Westminster  Vic tori V- ��������� :.- "���������'���������-��������������������������� ,  1... P. Fisher, ������������������- ..������������������ --:  6 Street,   :���������.��������������� '������������������:���������,.  ,    ���������      -      -      Lindsay.  ���������   .. Barnard's Express  Barnard's Express  . r      Barnard's Express  do'.,    ,��������� "do . ���������  John Murray;  >;,    -.������"���������:    ifr Shakvspearc  "-. '��������� ��������� '=;-��������� San Francisco  80 Cornhili, London. E.C.  l'Hif:;0ARm0O>SENTINEL  JOB  PRINTING  OFFICE,  Oiirds, GivenIars. Fosters; and FrpgramTries for  Balls and Theatrical Entertainment   ''i  #������S* Ex ec lite d w i th n ea th es* a n 8 dispatc h .^&f-  '������������������������������������   Terms moderate. >;    - '.>������������������;  | Narrow/  f Srlayne,?  * Parker/  'SaraueV  ^JPfevost,?  'Satnrna,'  Gossip.'  ....,_. V...M���������^., . unuuiia, Pender,'  Moresby/f. Portland/ .' Tumbo,' and shall  include all other Islands not enumerated  within the said boundaries, except Salt Spring  Island.  SALT SPRING ISLAND DISTRICT,,  ;:,  The Land Recording DUtrict of Salt Spring  shall comprise all. the land on Salt Spring  Island.-. -::-.; ':.:'������������������������������������������������������.',.���������������������������  NEW ADVERT IS EM ISNTS.;  JOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE  folic) wing;; are :.t he J:boundaries. of the;  Lasid K������*co.rd.ing Districts in the Province of  Ijriiish Uolurnbia: j   '      ,  ___.,���������      .,; ,  VICTORIA DISTRICT.      r  The Lund Recording- District ofrVJctoria  . filial 1. comp rise I hose t ra c te o f I and o th er th a n  and except, land incUided wiUiin-thevJlrtnicir  f'^Bmtnoarit'riiH'v^  Vjng wHli i rv the Districts ot; Victoria, Lake,  Nor t! s Saa n i ch. ', S on t h. . Saa n ich # Met ch osi n,:  E$qui 111 a 1i. S ti bke, and B igh I nod. as} defi ned  on th��������� ��������� Official Maps o 1 t:hose districjfii'now de-  posit.I in the Land ; Office > Victoria, aud  which maps .'are designated respectively *: Vic '\  . toria hi* i r ic t' bffipl a I M a p. 18.} S, ���������-, ��������� Lak e D is-  I r 1 ot���������* ������fi d North' Saanich, 1 So9/ * Sou ip SaanT  ich Oflicial Mop, 1859.? ���������' Metchosin' District  (JtUcWl Map.; 1858';..Esqu.imalt District Offir  cial Map, 1858/ ' Sooke Districi Offiplrtl Map,  3 S58/ aiid "*' Highland Dieinet Oflicial Map,  18������ 2 / toget h e r w i ih al 1 lands not i u cl ti de d  within the boundaries of any other Land Recording District in.the Province.  CO.WIOHAN DISTRICT.   :  The Land Recording District of Cowlchan  shall commence at SawmillBay. on the East  Coast of Vancouver Island, atthe-Sp nth--east  corner of Secijon I. Range 9, Shdunigan Dis-  tnct; tlence running true West 15 miles and  lb" chains ; thence true North'18| miles, more  or less, to the boundary line of Nanaimo District as defined by the " Act to Amend the  Schedule of   the CoftstittiUon   Act, 1S71f  thence following said District .Boundary Line  a* above defined   7.5  milea  more or   less:  Eastward to the Const at Stuart Channel;  thence  running in a North-easterly direction  to Reel Point  on  Theiis Island;   thence to  Pilley Point,Thetis Island^ thence to Tongue  Point on Galiuno  Island ;   thence to a pot it  on the 4!Hii parallel ol .north latitude in the  middle of the  channel  which separates the  continent   trum  Vancouver Island j   thence  following the International Uonndary Line to  a poini midway b<Mween Turn Point on  Stuart island, and  Fairfax Point ou-Moresby  Island ; thence in a Westerly direction to the  most northerly point of Piers Island ; thence  "Westerly to. Hatch Point, Shawnigan District,;  thence Southerly,' following the coastline to  tlie point of commencement;  and shall include those Iracls of laud Comprised  within  Cow ich an. Qtmmichan, Somenos. Com taken,  ���������Shawnigan, and Che man is, as defined  on the  Oflicial Maes of those Districts now deposited  1n the Laud OUice, Victoria, and which maps  are designated respectively  ' Cow ich an  District/ ��������� Unamichan  District/ 'Someuos District.' ���������Comiakou District/ 'Shawnigan District/ and 'Ohemanifi District/on the Oflicial  Plan*/ together with the islands of 'Galiuno/  "Thetis/ ������ Kujpor/ * Reid/ i Wall/ * Secretag-/  NANAIMO DISTRICT.  ;:^The^Iiftn^:-&aordtnV.Dls'trict of Nanaimo  shalI join;the Cowichan District lo t he Norih.  commencing at^the; point at which the Na-  naimd'-Electoral District boundary line slrikes  Stuart;channel; theiicti AVesur y about 7|  miles to -ihe.:No$hwj^t\bon'nd'iry of Cowich n  District;vthehceJnVa Northwesterly direction  to thesttntmit of M6n,ntrMoriarty ; thence in  a direct line^ to Ihe summit of Mount Mark ;  iheiice in a direct Uirie  to  the summit of  .M,l������tatxnpechi^|'^thencd;io a direct line to  Rugged Pekk^i thence Easterly to Knknshan  Ppi n t o nthe East. Coast,of Vun cou v er Is lan dj;  thence SoutlierJyj following the Coast line  down   to Cape Luzo ;   thence io  a S'outb-  Vasterly^directionft toJthe; centre  of Sabine  Chun ne I; th en ce fp I low i bgJth e c e n f reo f said  ebiiunelHo a ptHnt; opposite Point  Up wood,:  'oibiic!l,e]!Eadii>i������laac^;v.;-jtlieo'6ie^fb 116 wing* the ceh-;  tre of thec^nnel/iin the Straits of Georgia."  lo;)'.ihe ���������Northeasternv:bouridary of Cowichan  District;; :���������; tjieuce ;.; fo Mowing   the   Northern  boundary of Cowichan district to the point of  commencement,   and   shall   comprise  Un.se  tracts of  land   included / withiin   Nanaimo\  ;MotnUMn. Cedar. ai\d Cranberry 'Disl'nelsVMs  defined on iheaOflicial Jalaps of those districts  no w; deposited fin the Land Office, Victoria.  an d w h i c h.: M aps ar e design a ted res pec live ly  '/Nahaim.o District Official Alap. 1859/7 Moun-  tain District Official Map, 1859/ ' Cedar Dis  irlct' Official i\i a p. 1 So 9/ 'Or j i n b e r ry Dis trier  Official: Map. 1859/ ; aud -the   Districts   of  ' Wellington and. Nanoose/ together with the  Islands of- ���������" Valdes/'"'* DeCouicy/ ' Madge/'  '* Gabriola/ 'Flat Top/ ' Protect ion.' ' New  castle/ / Maude/ 'vWihchelsea,-*   * Bull in a c/  1 Lasquefi/   ' Jedidisii/   ' Jet vis/   ' Jenkins,''  ��������� San gs t er/ '. H o rn hy / ami ���������'*." De a man / a n d all  smaller  islands   iucluded   withiu   the  said  boundaries.  EXPRESSES, STEAMERS, &c  (Carrying Her Majesty's-Mails.)  LEAVES   BARKERVILLE   FOR    YALE  SI  MISCELLANEOUS.  Connecting with steamers at Qnesnelmouth,  Yale, ^iew Westminster and Victoria;  Frel.'5'bt and Pissongors curriod through at rcason-  ablt: rates. ..  For rales of Freight and Passage;  apply to     ������������������  GEO..:BYRNES, A^ont,  Jc-20 -���������' Barkerville''. ;  f EAVES   BA.RKERV1LLE   FOR  YALE  Xi   every.alternate,Saturday, ���������<  ���������.IAKiHSfHETlI?II4;WEEK,:;  Connecting iv~itb   tlie   Steamers "at  Qucsnelmoutb,  Vale, and New. Westminster.  ���������:���������$?*. Treasure Carried.at One-half of One  per Cent.-   -'...���������. ��������� ������������������ -   Freight and Passenjr^rs cirrled cheaper than by  any other Line. 4&j=- Nc- Night I'm veil ing by this  Express.  For rates of Freight or Passage, apply to  JONATHAN NUTT, Agent,-  jul25, . Birkcrville.-;  BARKERVILLE,  Auctioneer, Cfo mmission  and Mining Agent,  APPRAISER  AST COSYEYABCEE.  ������*?~Goods received nnd stored in FIRE*FROOIT.  CEIiLAR, and liberal advances made on same, at  reasonable rates. my 9 Cm.  LEAVES BARKERVILLE DAILY at 8 A.M.  LIGHTNING CREEK AT 2 P.M.  Passage, SI 50; for tbe ronnd trip, $.3."  Fr������ji<rht taken at low rates.  apl2 II. C. WILMOT.  EG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS,.\N*>  .  tbe public-that they have opened a    . .  Salo6n in Barkerville, l  ���������������������������������������������." (Ono door below the TIC-TIC OFFICE,)  or tbo sale of WINES, LIQUORS and CIG-ARS  of the best quality.        .. '  ju4 -  FOR  SALE.  WORK ON THE C. P. RALROAD  BE DELAYED,;  BUT  {Successors to B. Kurtz & Co.,]  IMPORTERS AND DEALEKS IN  LIQUORS,  eialES,  TOBACCO,  GROGERIESj  PROVISIONS,  Dry Goods and Clothing.  CLINTON   EXTRA  FLOUR.  j0- All Goods or the Best Quality ami at tho  Lowest Prices.  ILirkervillivltfiiy 9.  STEAMER.   VICTORIA  Blacksmith,  - ������  Is at his old stand, aa<l Is prepared to do"/  ALL KINDS OF WORK IN HIS LINE,  promptly, artistically, and at tho lowest going^atea. .  N.B.��������� Having   a   LATHE   on   tho 'promise*^  Turned "Work made a specialty.  myle 3m  mv9 6>n  HAS-ON HAND  A WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF  IE  ES, &c.  COME ALONG WITH YOUR CASH  ap* AND GET BARGA&SS. ~$0  WJIl.l*   OOMM'KNGK   HER    REGULAR  t V    Tripfl on the 18lit June, running as tollous until  further notice:  Leaves SODA GREEK on THURSDAYS, at  4 o'clock, a.m.  Leaves QUE3NELMOUTII on SUNDAYS, at  half-past 3 p.m.  FREIGHT, - - $16 per ton of 2,000'lbs.  ���������//  . A.''S. BATES.;'  Fo da Creels', ,T������ n X1 '2.1S 71. i ���������"��������� '20 .  asa3Ks������������?!Srfa������i-S  NOTICE.  Ti-IE UNDERSIGNED.HAVE FORMED A  -*��������� PjirlnersiiJpfortC'Uieral traMin^* purposes, to be  kri-ownas BEiLDY & TOWNSEND.  J. CBREDY.  A. IOWXSRND.  VanWmkle, JCay 1st, IS74. ray!6 ���������  11  ieedy & Townsend  -at- tub���������  OLD VANWINKLEST0EE  J3  m  Keep on hand evert hing  w  -ar^r  LEA & PERRINS'  Oolobrated  WQR CE 3 T E R 8 HIR E    SAUCE  Declared by Counolsscureto.bo  THEI ONLY. G-OOB ; SAUCE./ X  Caution against J'raud.���������Tbo success of thfs'  ; u os t U el WWUS an d irtrri y al le cl, pond im en t . ha vi ng  tsaiised certain dealers to apply tbe hame of M Worcea-  .t)rsbire Sauce" to 'their own in forior compounds,: tho-  public is hereby, informed thatth^ only way lo procure the genuine, is to   ���������  ASK  FOB.'iLSA   &   PERKINS*   SAtTCS-  m (11o sco that. tb.ei r names aro upon the wrappkic  f.A.nBLB;8TOPPK.B, and BOTTLE.  Someol thoforeign markets having been supplied  with a spurious WorcestershireSauce,upon the wrap.  per and labels of 'which the names of Lea and Pcrrlns-  have been forged, L. and P. give notice that tbey  nave turntsbed their correspondents with power or  attorney to take instant proceedings against masu*  facturkks au d v K.vpor. s o 1 s uch, o r any otli ey imiU-  tions by which thei it igh tmay bcinfriDged.  &.sk for LEA & PERRINS' Sa.uce and seor  Naiue on. Wrapper,'Label, Bottle, and  Stopper..  Wholesale and for export by tho proprietors, Worcester; Crosse k Black well, London, &c, &e.; ond  hy Grocers and Oilmen universally.  The patrnnago so liberally oxlen'leil to the oil .firui  ia respectrully solioited for"th������ ii*w. my J-f:4m  First-class Steam Eagine*  for Sale.  FOB SALK, THE FORKST ROSS STEAM ENGINE,'  with Hoisting Gear complete.  ���������also,t���������  OARS. BUCKETS, PICKS, MINING, BLACK.-  SMITH, AND CAHPENTEl^TOOLb,  ���������a.s'��������������� ' ���������  '"  5,000 LAGGING  asciiibald SfoNnos:  ������������������ ������������������) \y',y-.  mmfmoosmmm  ���������mMxAMM^m^T^'  ���������sew khrrnnsvMmm,  sew ���������AwrarinBEMEsfe  x$j&$.m*xr-Mm.  ST-J&  >/i*r^.  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W^:f i^-;Ffn%n.i^kee&^tf^E^ a .Bndr  SW,01 VfMehtfeef;'"^-"-1-:  ��������� -'���������       "^  '"'��������� ���������-   -���������='���������/���������    ���������   ^' "'"-:   '   -+   -   b*r^by, rs^or^i jift-icrri-aMer -M^seir'���������������������..,.tne..&m  prpi ths .$&i<l:&y*ttiX3i-, Bickfi^ii:\^n:l^iimMti.-\^  ^efsJ3i -ai^'df '^cis'st,"' A^X>;;- isi^V^-'lt'^dodt  fts't?������$ Ie*stH5C!E f&ssc������^y/a'B.4:a,lsj-'t������tHf ':OyHrt at' the.  s������c^c\rafi������3fiJta: wii* i*|'i *i.i^f^i^ph&:kii^^imij-  f&:y������es&jXtb& ���������S.^?cth'; :ssvl^'-:^qjfcsi'h^r-' "A;'n,;  lSTij 'j^'i^:fflH'_;^aftjB^t;'-i&: jn&5. !iii'.<%6s.^oiM^n;  Ai Se. Ssst; iae������ii!^;' Ci^iii������ssrs4 w c^?;'aoti^ipafvi?  ���������SS't^sr. febia.;'; s:ad. icfsoesa-.: 6a'.'������.^i������a^f ���������.4nE,.?,si:^^tt$^ oil-  The $l,0Q0iG00 Loan  CilABIil PACIFIC BilBOJB  TEAllIiKS STORB  ���������s5e#^ H^la^^;ald^^-S^^g^  igss^te, ^s?!r..$I7J^' ^sffsg hem ex-i  fm^1^ ia gsM%. &s; fe. W^Iem  Uslsa. |  ��������� CfeBp-ssj, j^K^sase'of iewr h&&:repmr,fo old-1  : sa������s^sii*������ esibtes^.;; Tbe reresce' danss -'lie ;  'm:  EaT5aoTist, deceased.  -^tiev' of ^57.  es=������nsin^si������n.. .-   .      '    ' ^     s ' ;^  ^. Ko*s?ce L=������ at^> h<Ta?by gfren^ *0.all ��������� p6rs5sg ...that, sra  fefkbtei.'v* the said .Banfcrc-fil-or. if������t- ftttrp '���������any''^  !si3-et^cSsr;:Br?t;to (Jelfrvr.ttje.'*:inie-batte IIr Jam*?  I^n^say of ���������.Ksc?;SeW1.. OSkfsI.' A^}^*^ ��������� W.^m ��������� she  Orars has sppoin?^!, stti'jplw j������s|ce 14 Mr ftnis'of  Barierslll^ G^sssei is ths Riat^r of the P-niUoa. ���������' "  ." ; "JAMES LINI^.AY,  j- :.. ���������'.n^.OQestyrr-orfaed OiScbtAssieu^e.  ,;. Sicfegsld, Acga������Vi?li,--iSH.-;: '���������.;;���������;,.���������; .;'���������:.,aiiS';'?  mmmskMm' m 4lse,Bsaosiaad ^se.   AsJhej-' . vy... ;.-     .-������������������>���������,     *;   ���������������������������;....  %Eargsj^eB-abere s������������^. a ll^eral-a^ap-i'On WED^KSDAT. tjfe l$ifi day;o'f^Aiig|st  ?^j^������^^2i^&st;-s?HS:;K:^i^^^^ " TS74j at'IS o'clock,'noon,       ������  ' "  .mM^m^^emmeBit&.^&^^tbelmeis zoom- '��������� '  ���������&kmm^   TFe wgHfe^: fe dlfellj ^ff  ��������� ^ !���������������������������������������* tt. toaiEBd to .the ������g  :^Zmfrikm year, imt00T^SaB]e|������������������le Property  ezrnse tS&t''wwe"''ksoff,,of e2a''b'&o^en?dfnr !   :  ',: "������������������'-;.Viz.:-  feteMft* dont frw ftv fosfx ������������j3 at' Oae-ThW -of ihe ^hole ^f the 0LI7ER  >������ fe������������ ,TOe^,*%% wsk^..'ia; t&e, soaiiD^pf      Cocjpaay,-Mosquito Creek.  msa!^"':ezmty&&.--it   te   eomnle&mn������rt r.Vrr tl ;������������������*;��������������������������� ;-iu   v^o������ n ";-     ": i-'fc:fWSE:"^'a*^v tol^ c-M-(^mnu^fea^at  y;.^::^-yy':r,::^,..,w.:. y-.y .���������.;���������;jr.    ^f *";* v1 Gbb full iG^rest-in, the.-^ASON CoffloaDv, Eic&fi-M ������v>r ?b������* p-^mb',iicof^n;>rr.^-orua;i'.  ;,.tJ^^g.-aiM..iso^|^;swi���������wajg.. We arc'snre    . ��������� .��������� Aotler Cteefc   ' ���������  <:  ��������� '���������'��������� ���������������������������"'- -������������������''     ������������������' ���������- ��������� "��������� *���������*ltl'luZ *&*��������� crft������������^ ^a-d' hv ij^ fi03!B'STAKE  ^:^:w^w^';^'V': "* '*t        , -! Oae.anfl-a qaarierr"Interest in the WHITE     Tfi*'apia������r*iK* ia m*i������ on������ter. th-r movfeiw-af  WWW4^ --^ ���������WfW0?*1 fejEeglect   ,.������������������ .PJSB Compauv. CoflkHnGulcb. . / ^t op^3, 4, and 5 of tl5e G^li MiningUmendment  ;f,������;i|imf0Dto( doubtless sees that ibey atf L"   pany .^htflmg Creefe   ���������:- v-: -       '  ^feECtoibeir^dT^.-- If tSe line % in 'a-Terv'^' ���������"^������������������' ���������'���������'���������"?"*^-     :''      :  9 try Qae (nil Ipferestfn tbe TOUNG AMERICA  NOTICE;  ^FHE  TJHDERSIGNKB ������i������ r*n  th?  lSth o?  Company, French Greek.  ���������ft-M" coniltioQ &m] ihe Vomnloti ajsproprl*  ������������������ alios is not' enfelent; to repair- ft,'.we br-pe*'  fbeS-jpennfeTideot"wil! not be too baskfnl to  -ssir ibe Dbminioa Prejcfer for tbe necessary   "���������Ba*������riSet Aags=t s51S74.  . ffiaommt,  Sir yjmkenz\e bsg. recesily ofered * "=~^J ~~~  io bofld .^Csiriibli' s telesrrapbline wfeich  gooi. jn^esi szy ttotM &���������&������ km eonntry some  G������0SG������ B Y-RKES,  \  AccUOn^rr.  ��������� au!5  Ac*, im.  RichS?M, July 29,1 Sti.  iliCHAELGXYXK.  ������������������'���������..������������������'&uTlm  '������������������ ... v _������������������:;;_:;    ^������ikishi04ttnifeia. ;-r   .  FLOUB. -;'       ' ;:  .Lta*OOEr BBANSof 3873,  Aasi ol^.&tB.ftod������cei at VERY LOW BAT������3.  Ab������t* getstTil asscytmeni of -:  .   .  GROCERIES,  I)RY  GOODS;  BOOTS   &  SHOES,  HARDWARE and DRUGS;,  dotitt s.t.rv������iSSiaia&fe"rahsa'.������ ���������'"'.  ;my3i;*������jtt;  s:^RFio.  ies  am  Ladies1 Balniar als5'  ���������   Eid Opera Slippers.  -Lasting Buskins,  Slaees���������=-fn������m No, 2| to 7.  . ���������  MISSES & BOYS' BALMORALS,  Sizes���������fwm 6 to 12.  CHIIJJRBSsrs BALMORAL^ Ko. I lo I  Dissolution of Fartnerslixp  TEE, pO-PABTKER^tp:,". HEHETOFORB  A. tttistjDT bejwcen GIROn & fil'PHOX. at Quesu  n^aoiitb, British^ Columbia, Is ihla day dfc������lve3 bv  for Sale.  i^tjr-ftre or thirty mm\ens of dollar, ana! T70H sa������ TES forSt rose steam E^gdte  -57e ibisk be^oold not ke=ttale a momeDtin        with'Hofeiiag Gear complete.  'rfroidftg-tkft paltry, mm in   comparison  Tfee4^ Io renew tbe^^ng line.  We bope.  bovver. fbaS soraetbiug T7iH be done to  ���������mite telesrapblc conmiiaication between  te������ and Tktoifa g fbnbnr -to be depended on  M til limn.   Wbta tbe Vine h prostrated by  fire, or stons, delay? in setting it right aA  onaToMsbk; Iwi bn^ne^i people "growl.  ������d������m g������H readers of newspapers growl STANLEY,  terribly when for no f.n^cient eaoiefey can  ;������6< arail theG3������e!re<? of }������9 line for bu^ne^  purpose or are deprived of their latest news  by telegrapb.  First-class Steam Engine wrAfl Kj?LV������.the-,?;t"firrn c,f Gin>ii * G������^^  v   '-���������������������������       ���������x*-."��������� ������   i     - -���������������������������'      &" wii*.)tx;JI*?c,t(l by. either ofus, ann ail liabiliti-s  *������*  y   ���������' S ,l>' ftr!" V,H ^s' UM ]J>' "r- Cb*������ who  wjII oonunue the buMaisii on Lis own ..ec-uui.  J. G/ROU.   .  ,. L. GUIGHON.  Oti^ncimonth, July 231.1S74. Bul-2m  CARS.BUCKETS, PICKS. MINING. BLACK-  SMII'H, A2TD CARPJBNTER TOOLi',  ���������A5D���������...  5,009 LAGGING  ABCHIBAJJ) IfON'ROB  LADIiB'":& CHiraREN*^ SFTAKBR HATS  Paper; ^ili^s; >^^pr#"  '    "GENT'S WHITE SHIRTS,  ;    No. 15 to 16,  JES������ The above er& :Ktw Good?r Just recdved by  W. D.  Btrte^rrfTKJoIv^,X, ?���������.  SES.  ' jo-tim  SAMUEL  SMITH.  ;Tiis;B'KX^f to  LosDoy.���������The'��������� Vlcforla  ���������-^ tyPf*** st&ie*< h? autborUy, that the  Provjn.c������i$Go7eroaent hits agreed to leave  ibeqnesiioBS fa eontrorersy between 'British  Colombia<mu������ thk'Qwntetetfa ^r?tir&'&  tJ)er^ilw8y,;tv''|ie^tlc^tbti or li:c r:,ir'  narroiL ,  ���������   -   LIGHTNING CREEK,  Ha3 on baad a choice stock of  ProYisions, -Groceries,  UPOIS, CIGAES, CIOTHfii AG,  which be will sell,  WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL. AS CHFA"  AS THE CHEAPEST.  3t2l  Richficlrl, Au^um I. jsii.  F. I.AI.MER.  n������l lm  For Sale.  r^.r^ifAY E0U3E. J^:K of ^ubs,  P^wq '.hi j?i rvn 1 m mf>d\ -i 11������|v.  Appjy uu iiio premise, or to  jaI-25 lm  GEO. BYR.VR?,  U:\rbr\-illo.  wiLMors  ghtBiog   Express  ,EA%rES BARKERYILLE DAILY^t������ A.il  ASD  LIGHTNING CREEK AT 2 P.M.  Ptu^saee. St 50; for the ronnd trip. $3.  Fi vi g h 11 u ken at lo w m te?. . ';  i������nl2 H. 0  WII.MOT.  LIGHTNING   CREEK.  - R.. CHIPP c^a be amsvPWL on tt-.i  ia Craek  WANTED.  rja^o to n^CT^^{GHTyTOXS0F  M    or iume rta?poasible parly to       . '  WINTER   ABOUT   EIGHTY   HEAD  OF  CATTLE AND IIORSKS,  ?.n<l iasuw thfia uutil 20th M������v, IS75  Affly to WM. DIX0X,' Bsrkvrvllle.  SURVEYINa.  PARTIf'-B    INTENDING    TO    AY^  A     tlim>eh-es of efic new MJiiinc M������r Jti������������ w P3  ch.ise tlwM'r |*r^uinl, cm Juwe tho Survey of iw������*  aaxi llajs mjulo by ad'in^i������)J  ���������CAPT. O. X TRAVAlUgJu  C. J. LEGGATT,  Solicitor & Notary FvlUSo  leaves Victoria on Monday, the 2$U. U������? i^"1^  CASSIAR MINES,  m  WM,  Mid will remain tiers unltf tbo ������nd of S^���������JC  utyS*  s^.  li^l^^^^^^^^^^  7-^W^  * ^.^^^^^i.^.^^  ;''>'''W-������*.i ���������>*i������b,'.;.  .' ������'i'.i..v.-,.������.y"   ..   ^:. -.   ' ;  ti  A&nnuiiik^.-. mMm  ���������i  Mm  ^^^j^UCTST 15, 1874.  ..; .--.v v birth^v ;,.���������������������������;���������;:.'.,;���������;.���������=.  On the 4tb" An joist," at J ictorta; f be wi fe. of  Mr Thomas Flbtckkti (late of Cariboo), of a  ^a   Mother and cbild doibg well.    ���������  THE FIREM EN'S], PIC-Kid  Almost V&. Tragedy.���������A rather trawl  ic oc-  MINING INTELLIGENCE,  currerice took place on the top of Bald Mountain on Tuesday last.   Mr Frank Pe trill, who  bad,   been   out   shooting,    was   .turn-n-.GonkfJn gulchj- the  his steps homewards about5 o'clock in the.        '  * ���������      ��������� ���������' ��������� ���������  afternoon, wben be met an Indian herdsman  considerably tbe worse of liquor, but quite ������ ^^j ami win Bcait a duiiu snait ne t  happy and good-natured, be having;a lew ***������������������������lhe':^9^9^^^f^^>  , -/a. J.... ,-������������������������������������>���������...������������������-... ��������� .,.,,���������. v ,-?���������., ......;-.,:.��������� ������-. - ��������� y-A favorable.-... There is nothing --new- from: th*  minutes  previously  loaned - bis mule to a -- ���������' -     - ��������� -  "With tbe exception of a good prospect  having: b ee n str nck in-theWhUe Pine claim,  Conklin gulch,' the mini is. not of  much interest this'week.   The;Two Brothers  co; on .Jack of Clubs are running across th������  ,,������������������������������������!      ������������.a    ���������vSlt    ���������!-������. i.    A    Ul :;���������.,!    .���������u���������r*-   ���������-.*.    *  A NLW SONG.  TiJxB���������"Guy Fawkes."  r.  I slnpt a dnlefull/Comedy, great Mac, tbo  Prince of Sinisters,  The pic-nic; given by the Barkerville Fire  Brigaie ori- Tuesday last was 6ni of the  pieasantest ; gatherings:���������';wo / have.,; <ever  bad the* pleasure of attending in Cariboo.  and such is (he unanimous/'opinion of all  \hose who had the good fortune to attend-  About. 8 o'clock on Tuesday: morning the  party of pleasure-seekers, consisting of thirty  mounted men j and ten pedestrians, $et' out  from Barkerville and wound their way Slowly  .iip"tn the summit of Hie mountain at ihe head  of Williams Creole, where they arrived  in  the best possible spirils. the lightness of tbe  ni r a t, an el e va tio n of sp me' six > j b onsa n d fee fc  above (be level Vol' the sea and .'Ihe gentle ex-  "ercise n eceasa ry j n mak ing . tl i e as ce n t. p re-  paiinprVib*A inner man fprUio receptipn^ofthe  pood, tbiturs.ready for bis [-Q^cQifrjiftiy^p  . need not in ft>rm those-V of onr read erV who  were n ot presen t'. iliat y the fi rst step in the  progrrt m *ne. after the - party arrived at the  placekb'cteft for holding  vigorous onslaught oh -tlie various Eatables  and   dririkab 1 <*s  under   whieh   the y tab 1 es,  proi\iiod.jH\d ir/was really; wono>rlui  to; see  t he ra pidi ty. wi tb which pins^ and porter, o old  ttmvrnp, Joints of all kinds.and claretv;disap^  pfur������d within;'; thoy. magical; mouths ofV the  ul'Biking pnrJy.- -      .,.' ���������'       "'���������'.-  .A f i hi* ������a (i ? I vi n cr the wtiriis of the in tier mariv  \ ysuiting?ports  woi^; jstacted, and Vthe spirit  wbh. which"Ui**".old; guin^ of. foot .ball,wai.ehV.  '��������� eiueivd iritVrby the'majority of the'excursioh-;  iriis showed thai the vigor of youth,or atXm^i  a desire to appear vou ih ful, was not wan tins  in a:   iiV   the   conffstants.      Some   of, the  party  had  t.h*> pl^nstvre of a gallop over the  . tri 0 u ii (a i ii, o th ers   w a 1 ked   aro u n d   v i ew i n g  with wonder saiid^delight   UieVmagiiificeut  p imi or11 m a   w i th i n ; r weep    of v,  the    eye,-���������  moijntain af|er m\)uritain Ioo'niiiig np fntv and  nViir,  and, al most fey eryo reek and gulch in  Caribuo coil 111 be p.oiated> out Ihe d ay was so  vbwr,'   After t������everal hours of, m or ry- making,  tfm company  was calied ��������� toc ord^r.'by   1st  Lieuienaut Harding, who iu  the absence of  the Captain thanked the gi������e.sts of the Brigade  for their atleudance.at the pic-nic.   Sevoral  g<������n 11 e in en w h o w e re cal ted -upon, th en made  afow remarks, and the toasts of the Pi-ess,.our  R^presentaiives, the Bar. the Williams Creek  Fi re Brigade, &c.. w er r - g i yen a n d d ran k W i t h  all tbe honors, and responded'to respectively  by Mr Hollowuy of tbOvSKNTiXKL, Mr J. S.  Thompson, M.P., Mr Barnston, M.P.P.. Mr  Davjo, a n d Mr R ob t. Lipse tfc and Mr Hard iri g  for the Fire Brigade.   Mr D.tvie, on concluding his remarks, proposed the health of  our  entior repr^s**ntafive, Hon. George Anthony  Wttlkem, which was received with three times  three and a ' tiger.'   The company then sepa:  ruted,   homeward   bound^  and .a  party   of  fifteen   horsemen, fading particularly  gay,  rode on to Lightning to see their old friends,  wbo received them with open arms and would  not allow them to depart until the following  day.   Only one  little incident occurred to  mar   th������   pleasure   of   tbe   day.     A   gen-  tlemsin  who hn* only been a short time a  resident in Barkerville had the misfortune to  lose himself in the Forest while going to the  pic-nic, and hi������ friends while enjoying themselves on the mountain  felt uneasy for his  safety, but being an excellent woodman, ho  struck the wagon-road near Van Winkle, and  returned    to   town    nothing    the   worse,  Willi the exception of an immense appetite  for dinner, The pic nic was a decided succes?,  and all who had the pleasure of attending  heartily hope the Barkerville Fire BHg de  will in Intnre make pic nicing an establisht$d  *���������institution.5* The arrangements of tho  Committee of Management were most perfect,  and the sump!nous luncheon supplied by  Vinson & Daley of I ho Antelope was a credit  io the ttufciuu of Unit wcil-kuown eetublbh'  uuuu  0 annel, and will stai t a blind shaft ne t ^Jotejy. fried a bKle game with this Pro-  week ;.; the indications' are J considered' ver^  favorable.   There is VnothingVpew ..from- tl^������  weary pic-nic-er. ,The two qnondam friends  were tra veiling onward, singing, shouting and  firing off: th eir r e vo 1 ve rs, wh en the In d ian  suddenly turned on Petrin with his revolver,'  and told him to ,stfc> down as ;he was going to  ehopt him. i. The V party thus suddehiy  asked to prepare himself for another world.  must have been in ah exceedingly; bappy  stat e of min d an d an xious to joii'rn ey heavenward ,.. for; hoi ni m ed lately sat. d o w n o n t h e  ground, lo id down his pipe and tobacco^ and  n fte r a few ; forcible and p a the ti c wo rd'a of,  Chris!inn advice, delivered with' all the fervor  of.a Fren ch man, resigh eil himpelf to bis fate$  \y ar n i n g, t h e I n d ia u tii at G od w ou 1 d pu n i sh  him for his bad act. '��������� Now, you shoot, aiid  God will punish you VI were the last words  Petri n ever expected to n 1 te r ; but the fear  of God seems to hare .moved the would-be  ass 11 ss i n, for h e.u n coc U ed Ms pisto land th rew  ifc on the gronrid. ..the two men then . again  started o n w a r d,: Petri n. so me fee t ah e ad, with  .!������������ ViitWlC. ....  JIUCtC, ip: 12 Mill! i u^.-.-iid-*?     uuiu:' HIV  Noso.ii co.���������������oii- Ah tleiv It will be seen by the  news'front Lightning tbat timesVph;that ore ek  wiU soon be Iive 1 y. ; The nows froni the out-  side creeks is generally satisfactory, and the  .Chinamen are bringing in considerable dust.  ",'.:.i ". V' 'CONKUN;GUI.CH.';i;;v./' :X  '.The White Pino coV.shnk their shaft; fiyo  feet deeper this week, and got a /prospect of  2 oz, co a vso go 1 d at tbo bo ttoni. '* Fergu so n  co. had 55 oz. last, week; and- 49 oz. up to  Thursday.   I ���������-������������������ ���������;; ���������'������������������"' yy;, ������ X J ' '��������� Xy ������������������:.'  ,';. LIGIIT^NG- CUBEK; I  Spmce co. not taking out much over ex-  peuses.   Point co.;doi ng, well;. bad 105 oz.  drive; and took out 68 oz; it);two da^s  halt;  they will soon be.on pay iii.the other  d ri v e, ha v i ng. b ad. to ope ri on fc bel.o w to a vo irt I We* doa't win t it I  a bigh  spur. of;' rock.;; Victoria eos started'  .piun ping tin Wednesday, wheel  and pump  w o rking w el 1;; .are io-" hop es of getting tbe  watery orifc: next week. . Vancouver.-pumped  put and taking out ]>ay.';-������������������; went, hack 'irom tbe  fa ceV abou t 2U0; feeb; to ;,taUe;; out sSpme side  gro iin d j wi li be in. ful lb I asfc n ex't week, h a v-  i ng two d rives open ed.:  Vnlcaii co;; had the  vince and its Ministers,  j About a certain Railroad, sir, tbat runs from ���������  sea io sea. eir .'-  That is, perhaps, 'twill run that way some day  these thousand years, air*  Ciiorus-Oh,1* h o i! Mar,  DonH yt.u think u3 very queer now,  Hatha! ba!  ,n. .'  When poor Fir John went off the stage, ia  politics extinguished,  And Mae jumped on, all hearts did hope he'd  prove himself distinguished  By works of progress., So be is \ but must  the truth be spoken, sir?  'Tis progress very liko a crab's���������that's sideways, as His known, sir.  ,   Chorus���������  Ha, ha. ha! your plan smells flsby!  *   '  *���������'        ��������� "'   Oh, oh, oh!  lir.  both ; eyes of;.;coursaV very  a nd;; w arch i rig -Mvery nio v e .6 0.1 lis : com pari io ri. i  jWhenVnear ;a; clump of bushes M. Petriri  [Observed another belligerent/move on the  part Of the Iridlapj and; considering prudence  Ihoibetler part V of Vval ori took to/ his heels  nrid-ran into V the ;%oods,.: but orieriiergmg  i herefrom ho ������������������nn .Inckily struck the Grouse  ins toad, of the W i 11 ia m . C r'eefc t r ai 1. a ti d: w as  thus '���������:��������� compelled^ to make; a;detour.. of������������������ about  eight/lnili"s iJel over each] tj^foi^v-ThoTnfnari'  w h o b ft s si nc el o > n ��������� qu estf o ned1 as 1 o bis con -.  duct,  d en ies al I r ecol I ec I io a of hav ing do n e.  wide^   one:r water^ out on Wediiesday|;the;waiking-beam  ���������w  ��������� '��������� -1 v.:���������*".<*L������dv*xi~Kt n���������t:nt vpi-iair���������.".���������thev: stonned to re-  HavingVgot ou to f repair they stopped to re-  palr i t; b n t wili be ready to start dri ving ou I  ou Monday. Costello Sawmill co. are running  out their drive ; are still in rock; and.have  no idea yet when they will break through  intogravei. Eleven of England oo. have got  their wheol-pifcalmost done; when^finished il  will be a credit to the, creek.  y V Ei)iToa;;SKNTixEi������ :r~^yuh": three:fourths o f  the .summer. gpneV and; .-the claims v^not all  p ii ra pe d o ut, Avith. s carcel y a. clear .day; can it  b e any wouder th a t; t he-.-- remark ��������� is. g e aer al.  duct,.;denies;: alt recoiiecuoti oi u*vvi.u^ W...V, .ot, !Ulv   ,vvllx.ix_, V<A1_  any i hi ng wrong, o' tf'd.XVe\rin. in cousidftration ?' .Another grainy . day '"^;: or ;��������� f Ifc :.ia: a ainitig  otbis narrow escape fronvdeathllias forgiven for a; cliaa|e.^ Tit isvlike.the fellpw who went  ���������'-    ��������� * -���������' -..- rJny-y^^ to_ AmoricaVand wben^o got:bacilr:bome bis  * ... a ��������� ���������,., rt,,, v ������ri ,u u o a t bis ,��������� trio. b u t be co ul d  Now. as you've all beard what bo's done Tfc  seems useless my repeating, sir ;  Of rivers bridged, great mountains bored, in,  view of railway traffic, sir j  That is? these things have all been done, ia  what?   Imagination, sir!  { cannot claim that for my own, 'tis tho  ' Globe's' concatenation, sir !  Ha, ha, ba I if it says so, why so it is, sir I  Oh, oh, ch!    .      :.    '  IV.  Three months ago an Agent camo two  thousand miles from Ottaway  With powers full, to offer us, what sure would  drive .our cares away.;      '���������.: ���������'���������  That is, weM think, lie had those powers,  ' upon reflection calm, sir,  But this cool head is only got by. using  & Edgar's Balm," sir!  Cabttbs��������� ���������  Oh, oh. ob 1., we're very sick and want soma  balm, sir!  -Hayha, ba!  him  forVtheaUempt;^  mOment^rdruijlcen;^  BitRwix o.. a xi) al alt ix al��������� We. a re i nf o r m ed  ���������lb at private letters.'."received;; by I asfc, nigh Vs  mail say Barkerville; will inXq\\ probablli y;  by an ()rder .ia Council; ,be Vadded tov tho  places named in tb i s P ro vi ri ce at;'; wh \ ch  I icon ses m ay be,gran ted fo r tii e purpose o f  e n ab 13in g p erso n> io carry ori .tb e b tisi ri ess b t  b re w\n g a 11d iri ailing. We h ave t o; corigr.atn-  I a t e Ihe p resen t p ro prie to r o f fche Ba rice it i lie  I \ r e wer y n p o n' 1 b e fa y or ab I e. ���������������term i j i ati o a o t  bis endeavors; to mriie.tairi his rights ia a busi-  ness wh ich 01ti h as a 1 ways carried on to the  satisfaction;of the public. ���������'-;.���������:.������������������  Barnard & C 6/a Expukss , wi th the mails,  arrived at 6. o'clock.last evening. VFollowing.  is ; the passenger list:���������M rs Ke 11 y and chi 1 .-  dren, Mrs Munroe, Jos. Smith, and Mr ICln-  riey, for Barkerville; Mr 0. B."Wright, for  Soda Creek ;���������' Mr Charles, Chief Factor IL B.  Company, and Mr Charles T. Seymour, Sat -  veyor and Vocalist OP. R. R., for Quesnel-  moutb.  T.ih WKATitRU.���������Ileavy rains have fallen  during the past three days, and there is but  little appearance of dry weather. Tbe bay-  makers sfarted to work at Hie Mead ows on  Monday and worked until Tuesday evening,  but have done nothing s:nce then, there Ins  been so much rain The nuns have not been  heavy enough to interfere with mining.  Auction Salk.���������Mr Gtorge Byrnes has received instructions from the Gold Commissioner to sell by auction on Wednesday next,  l!):h inst.. tho valuable mining property of  the late Felix Daonst. The particulars will  bo found in our advertising columns.  CAsStAit.-*-Tbe, latest news from Cassiar  published in the Victoria papers is not favorable. No new discoveries bavo been made,  and the rich claims on Dease creek are only  averaging wages.  'Tub Anti-Secret Society of the United  States ha3 addressed a petition to President  Grant, praying that no more public buildings    - '���������*������"-������ biid with  JO      /11IIUUU-I.    HUH        ,r..y��������� - 0  Trie n d si n q u i r ed nib b iii ��������� his ��������� tr ip,b u t lie c o ul d  not describevyth'e.-VcouptryvVfprlsays he, ������������������ if  sprjnkled>for Voyer.'-1 hree weeksy aud then it  was. s ta r tiug iii fo r a; show er ^ so i tho u g h fc i  would 1 ea v e / V Tb a fc:;,-.iay th e-V.e������ se.:. w i t h your  correspondent with regard forid/v's here. i vy������.������)i������uui-������M  Wheii-all; tae mining /djiifiiw' are'Mn  full [That is, he might have done these things,  v   vvuku' an.. ��������������� "-���������-���������3 ���������-���������-:- ���������:,.���������..,-.   P    >Aar. could he have found his tools, sir, ,  ground miners. ^,Jy w������������^-,  s b o r t h and ed and not in iu 11 b 1 as t, an d I d on rt  see any idle men. andVhat will it be in a  co u pie o f wee ks ?. 'I off er i t as m y:, c pi n i o n  that from 60 : to -100 mine.rs, in additiou to  those a t pros en t ��������� euip 1 by ed, c a ii . go t steady  work here all the fall arid win ter at from $5  tO/Sb' per day.;.\.v      ������������������;' .-:.".;.��������������������������� Xy  ��������� V % .  A targe-number of your pic-nic parly paid  us a visit on Tuesday evening last before returning to;Barkerville. They made Stanley  quite lively; during their stay, and iri the  small hours of the in orning could be heard,  ** he's a jolly good fellow1." and iJI won't go  home till morning !,: The : pic^nic-ers rode  some of the finest and fastest stock in the  country, arid made a fine show as they rode  through our fine little town; V-V..  Prospector.  Lightning Creek;Aug. 14. \Xy  A Comparison;���������Mr John Burns recent*y  gave evidence before the Royal Commi?sioa  on Shipping. Ho stated that his firm (the  Canard Company) employ 6,000 men u all  told;" that they, shipped and discharged  throughout last jear 42,000 sailors; and that  their fleet consists of 49 steamers, of- 90,000  tons aud 15,000 horse power. According to  the Statesman's Year Book the German Imperial Navy consisted last year of 41 steamers, of 37,000 tons and 8.G0O horse power,  m tuned by 3,500 men and boys.  X"be������.- AH kinds of crops aro sa.d to  vailing Uiort. grasshoppers  as if by me i   . implcnlents and  !r������w ������������������������ -rt^a' anvhey  Snow-Si oa th. unoertaiaties o! an-  other /oar  Five H. B. Company  liike Caesar great, be came, bo saw, be con*  quered this Province, sir.  By strategy and flattery be did our powers  convince, sir,  born fools, sir.  Chords���������  Ha, ha, ha !  and did you find us very green,  now!. Oh, oh, oh I.  VI.  O statesman great, V\ght of these days,.Mac;a  ���������name.. to al j p asteri fcy  Will go down bright with famous deeds,, tho  cause of our prosperity ; ,;..,.,;,;. ?,.  That is, some of our, children dear may- think  so in their dreams, sir, ; V V   s"  While others iii sarcastic tones say,;^Tell  ��������� that to the marines," sir i ���������  Chorus��������� X  Ha f. ba,.ha! yes, tell that the marines, now I  Ob, oh,.oh ly-X-yX^Xyy::y:,.---:.r, XXX&. ���������-���������  ; Pebestrunism.���������The following paragraph  from Bell's Life in London' is copied for the  in ro rmati on o f Cariboo at ble tes :���������". Tbe fastest times in which a mile has been run aro  4 min. 2 sec. by, W. Lang, down bill, at Newmarket,, and 4 min". J7i sec* by^ W.Lang a net  W. Richards, on level ground, in their dead  heat at the Royal Oak Park Grounds, Manchester ;   that 21 miles have been walked,  under  three hours by Charles Westhall and  G-. Davison only ;   that J. Howard of Bradford jumped 29 feet 7 inches from a firm  NoTiCB.-Mr mam, of vm ytaw^jnj.  ,u   "vibing, will please leave the.ro < ������a at MC  -s boats, loaded with D   m0 fc, ajjota;.   S-  jr 1WJ  ielmouth from Fort scn^rs ** '���������'" rate or * F  ""������ -   i ,n htve corner stones bid witto l tan, amfed at Quosneimo able to aivaace.  be allowed to twvc wr*in i Qoorgft on Thursday last. i  Masouio honors. ������ STANLEY, LIGHTNING CREEK  3. tfcDERHOTT,       -      ���������      i       rBOPRlBTOB.  .Bar, ape, all visitors mad������ huj.py.and comfortable  ; i^^rcs...  STANLEY, LIGHTNING CREEK,  .���������UKVfffe    ��������� ���������        -^   i  /' WOFHIEIOa/  $9 per  |,J75 cents.  - Tb.3 Ta.b!e fusaisbod with' the best the market.  NOTICE.  ���������TICI3 IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT  tho following land Is Reserved until  further notice from the right to be occupied  or to be acquired by occupation., settlement,  record, preemption, or improvement, under  tho provisions of the " Land Act, 18T4?1:  .    Land Reserved, or known as a Reservation  1 previous to the date of this notice, or marked  ;is a Reservation upon the Maps of the Land  Office. Victoria.  . Land now or hereafter surveyed into Til-  lace'. Town* City, or Suburban Lots, and nil  land within the limits or boundaries of any  Village, Town, or City.  A LL PERSONS INDEBTED BY EITHER  t\ Book Account or Note to A. I������KN'D0I.A. aro  hrrebv requested lo settle thosamu before the FlUoT  DAY OF AUGUST NEXT. If cot settled by Umt  date, they-will bo placed In tbo CoarI f������r ca!l<-ctif.n.  A, PBNOOJU;  Barkervilic, June 6, 1874. jtf>  Public Notice.  P BI Y A tb'bills.  w. ������.������..*������ wwMitiiui.1, .tn..in civ fuiiu;������ ut      i in: mil jr.:.  North America Acl. 1867," whether for tin; er>-cifr>n <>i  ��������� PH,|������������������    ll���������. rnnl-; I   A   I>MI1~,..������    f :..-������������ ���������>  Any'JKirti'GuIiir"trade orcalllne, or ������f any .Mm Slock  Cnnipiny; r/r otherwise for'granling many i������.������!ivi������li.:������)  cr individuals any exclusive or peculiar rijjb'wor prlv  llcgcs whatever, or lor dblnjj any rnatt������r ������r thine  u*!i(f'> ������n Os rt������f������*-������t������n������* ii-������-\������.'������������������ ������ii'.."'   ��������� ��������������������������� * '-������-���������!���������'���������   ���������- ��������� - ���������  J5-BO TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY HAVE RKMOVITI)  Jx   to tlie epftcioua'prcimscs formerly known as tbo  *;"���������,.  George Saloon, where they will be at all times  prepared to furnisb  BOAaD   AND   IKEAL8  OF   THE  BEST  ha   BAB 19 fornisbed wilfcth������ fines! WINES.  *S acU CIGARS..  fit   British  Columbia under  Colonel  K. 0.  then In ,t iifw>j������ap^r in ri:*> next nwiivsi tifciri������ in  Moody, or who wore employed ou the Nortd which a n^w^upttr Umibtfrhed.  American   Boundary  Commission  and   pur- ; Socii notice shall bdcantimiM in rcirli i.-i*ftr������r  cteed .hdMisch^jn BritishColumbiaor f^^'aT^^'^teSIffi  and tho cdrcsilpriU ion of tbo p aiMen.  Rjfuri* any IVUtjeii prjyiwj inri-av* (������ brim  in a Private Bill for ihi' i-svcti "n of ������ Toll Bri is:" I  presented to tbe- Hou=u, tbcp-r.-<Mi or p:*r*"on*! rUeit"  iiief to j.-iiiifin rt>r such Billshall, iip>n yivinv UifMie  lice prr.-crioe*' in tho j>K-c ''llnu !tul������\ nigral iU- mhv  time, and in the.s 'tu;manner, j,iru i;ot:������:i������ ^���������S ih-rMvt  \vliicl.t tlii>y lalon.l to a>k\ tiro exl*-nt ������f ihe pnvij-;ire,  tlie bctclit or the arc!.e.<-', the interval l������.*(.wt>eu tli<  ahutmi'ius or pbr* for ihe p i������njr-' of i-.uls or ;���������<���������*<������������������)>-.  and !n*n(i'>mn?uls(> whcUnr they ItU-ai-l to er-ct a  drawbridge or not, and tho utowiH������ft* of tho .sauu*.  j. Rowland iirtt,  ���������ja4   Ork of th- byHalive Assembly   .���������...      ��������� .,.-_,..^������.   ���������������.    ijli|i.iuUVHHI'>"'tUI  Vancouver Island on the return of the iVorlb  American Boundary Commission to England.  Lund hold under Licens������ issued under ihe  ���������' Mineral   Ordinance,   18b'9,??  and   amend-  meiitl.  I Land now or hereafter in use as a Public  Landing, Highway; or other general public  purpose, or coming under the provisions of  thft " Public Works Act."  Land ��������� Recorded under Clause Twenty of  tbe *��������� Land Ordinance. 18fi5.?7  Land Purchased as Unsnrveyed Land.  Land upon  which a payment has been  made to the Crown.  Land Recorded as a Twenty Aero Ti inhered Lot.v  Land under Survey ns. or subdivided into  Twenty Acre Timbered Lots,    ,-y  And also that the above Land is reserved  from the right to be acquired by purchase a*  UusiiTveyed Lands, as provided by Clause 62  of the '* Land Act, lbl4.'7 unUiaj.tlie Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works iias been  first specially advised that Ihe land comes  tinder one or more of ihe above descriptions  Appointment"  ^y^orOWtovttx^^ \  ���������������������������������������������������������������  been pleased to appoint John  i Co,,ncil h  Esq.. to be =Re*toKr������Zfft���������?T������ Sal1^  " Marriage     OrdfnaneM     \ il11,1 -lii  rrovincial Secretory^ Ofc  ���������   mt     T. lj>l J"ne. 1874 ' |  riio L'.entenant Covernor in'rv    ..        I  been pleased to plHCe  ffl:^.^1.^  of British Columbia. tby!"^   j  rrovincial SeOTfnry-a O^ce        I  m, . ^d June. Ksri ' I  the appointment ei  p h,-,.....   T; 1  l!ti8b,.������;n ounce led  bv tii., 1 > ,..  ! ��������� .   '    fe  craor iu Cuuwil.       J        f f^i������������������Wh������    |  Proyiiiciiij S..cr"t.,ry-3 n.'!,..������        S^  T., ���������. .    l id June. l^-i. I  The Lien emm!.Cover;H,r in Cmm ,(TS    *  been p|���������a.s������  to appoinl 0. A. \V>. n Vf  '0  bo Colour of  Voi,s for     ";;���������������������������  Division  or Olourtgub  ^VlSft  whitf������ nppoitifment b-s been cancelled.' "  ill  m  iiispr  rai  ap  nsaSi  -V  ]V"OTJCE IS JTRREBY GIYKN to oil M}������jr>  ^^ resident w-iihin the Prorihco of flrifish  Columbia who may be deMrons of becoming  naturalized British Subject*, that, up to lhe  1st day of July. 1374. the law of British Co  liiuibia, as tOvNafuraHzutiuu, will remain in  force,by which law only one year's residence  within the Province ta required tn en aide an  AI inn to obtain lhe rights of a l.rio'sb Subjfei   .--���������������i    On and ������fier the Isi clay of JYrlv, IbTJ. fhr  imder oae or more of tbe aboyo descriptions )iiW of c���������m(]^ lwp,.0Uhg AlieiK will coute  and his consent, in writing bas beeu oh- j.,|0 op(T}itjun fn thfe ivovince. by which law  tawwd.   a res id unco of Ifnye year* in lhe jloimnion of  VIH t>a iDanafacturecUDd sold bjiWbo������Miita . nrf. d  <ail In ita purity, and ^������yi������co.esal������ andiRtP  talced  ROBERT B15AVEN.  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works.  Lards and Works Office  Victoria, 18th July, IS74. auS  Canada is required below an Alien can  naturalized.  bo  Liquors & Cigar?  kept on ban^,  Tie Lodgla^Dep^rtnient  AVIS.  will te ffl\rayg carefully attended to, and tft# b^st  ���������BaU������ and" uccoairaodatioa  provide J, for, their cus  Van  Volkenourgh. & -Co.  [L.&] : -JOSEPH; W. TROTCJl; ;:  ���������;;-.'��������� ^canada:;^.".-'--''-. ^:  ��������� PR07MCE OF-JJRmSH COLUMBIA.  To wicm all thPse prp^nls shall come -  ';..���������-' ���������.:"*���������������������������    .���������������������������-'      'Reeling. ..    - ; ;;;". ���������     '  '  ;      A Proclamation.  Act shall nM������������������������, -i.,.'. 1M'*'' ,hal '!'������ 8>U<1  r-ITAT  1>  G. CREEK.  A SUPPLY OF TH0.  jc20  Always on hand.  ^S1^1^ Mac?Jlas to operation] they w\  BUSSED] LUMBJSE v j  euidAc! l0M*^m Our name, lo the  be hereunto ^   W^7X f������  tPnpi Governor of 0, . ^I'Lle"*  of British Columbia, f, <W f! rT"  toria,   D Our wtM  r>        -uv of V^ic-  ^ord one thou wr   ���������   h.e^rof Our  ywofOurRoiga.      tIle  t!ia,J-eigbth  % command..  JOHN ASH,  X^roviacikl Secretary.  ST PAU LA PliEJEXTE. donrie mx  etropf���������������������������' hauitaut ia Pn.yince d<������ U  Co 1 o mhie E rita n%io. desireu x d Vi re naiii-  riilise conn e Su'.^s-BrlUnnlqnes :��������� ,  QueJusqc fmi ferdu mois de.JuHlet-. 3������74*.  I a I o i d e. * ft C f o n ie d e 1 a Co 1 omh it* IIH i a it-  uif|ue coi- em <i ia nattirallsatbm de? eiran-  jf or������ rest * a e a force, 1 a q i i e! le.; ex ?tr^ n n < s. r^si  donee Fei. em ������.ut d?uno annee (I) dans le pnys.  ]i ni i r. asr i. i������. a u n e t ra age r I es d r u i U d "ub  Sujet Britanniqne.  Aussi qirapres Ie ler du rnoip de Jnillet.  1874 h loi du Qah������da-i������pfa mi? en fore** dans  ce Province, par lo quelle una residence; de  Irois anne'es (3) dans hi Puissance du.Canada  estexinee, avaut qu'un ei ranger puisso eiri-  naturalise.  bekahftmachuzstg;  li  F71C7R OIK TN-DER PR0W1KZ BRITISH  - Colutnbin. wohiicnden oder nn.saj-si.cen  Deiitschen, weldro .heab-Hicblipen Engli'sche  i)nrper m werrlcn. ' Xhm dan jeiJiijrr* Wesci/*  welches eiuen An fen thai t von Eim'in Jahre in  der Provvijm verlan^l. urn das Keelit zu be-  komnjiu), eiiglfsoher Bnjjrrr v.w wV-rden���������Iiur  his sum erslen Juli 1874, in Kraft b'eil/t.  Von deni ers ten Tajre ab, des nionals Jiili.  187-1, Trilt das Can a disc ho Gmiiz iu Kraft.  welches eiuen Aufe.nlhalt von Dmi Jahreii iu  Canada vei'lan^t, nm das Reebtzu Ijekomuien  engliBcher J.ur������rer zu werden. my1.)  \roriOE IS HBIiEBY*7ilVI-ix. that ills  ^* ExcKlIency the Governor-Gefuu-al ill  Council has heen pleased, by and with the  advice of his Privy Council, to disallow the  Act passed oil the tint, day of February, 187<i,  ntit tiled us follows, viz.:  '���������An Act to sutliori^e one Justice of the  Peaco to do any act. mailer, or thing herein-  fore to be done by two Justices of the Peace,  aud fo #ip������ an appeal to Courts ol Go u era I  or Qimrfer Sessions.'*  Dated I8th April,  Dy command.  ,    JOHN ASH,  iuy30     3 Piuviuoiu] Secretary.  o? mniim 1874.  The attention ������.f ail Electors in iho Pn-  vlnci������. who*" nuitU'S uowrt[ipe:<rna iia.rt* tlnri  one Ke������;islor, h called lo the fol!,������������������\vfnff v-  lions of the ab^ve Ac.. <-f:... 17 mi.l l^'.wikh  fake awiy "fnint vuch V.wr.Utt.: Ctw rk\,\ ������f  Vy I i n jf,'h it t) p ro v \ > I e a \t en a 11 y o n {!������<>.���������������.��������� v, ������������������.������  voih ii iheir ahiiWd appear on muni than ...;w  ItegUtcr;  Dv command.  JOILV AS!.1.  Provincial Secretary's Ofllce.  April 17/187.4.  a Any person whoso namo if on Ihe IiV?b-  * ter ol Voters of two or mure Eu-cleni f)>  \;liii!!a. who: ihh-e months after the jii^in,'  ' of ibis Ac*, shall permit his na������ne In r'fariiH  '.u'n mure than otm Rf.ui^ffr. chall h.uv\, *  * riyht jo vole al any el-ciionof a MrmlaTM  *.'J^i'V/i in the Legislative Asseinhfv : na?l it  *. stzcli .prison. ..afier-ihe expir.iliun nf/s'njfi  * \h r< *e ,jn o H i &>:��������� ? ha 11 vo t e vvjif I eh is" n ������wie r������-  ���������  rii ������ib|s o n t iiii R i-^ Lsler, of . niore : I lain one  ElecliMat ;,l)isinci;;:he HhuH be liable I*a  p en a I i f. < ��������� f .11 f l), ihi 11 a w* to b e reeo ve red i ii a  sumnuuy jviiy'���������������������������..bvr������r������ any Ju������iice ftf.ffe*  Pence.-and In default of payment fhemif,  nhall be J ni prisoned-: for any.- term not e.v-  ceediuKone.uidnih*  fi./���������������������������= -  "; ] 8... No:- pbrsoh ���������;: wh 6*e n a mo la on t|a  Ii eg is tc r of Vo to i:fl f o r an KI e ci era \ DL-l rict  .^lniH;Siuid In his claim ie. vote in anj oiliff  Eire (oral pbXyKU nlilif he sbull lifii'e catted  his. name to be removed froin siicli.h'^*  I e r ��������� a nd i f a ny persoh sha 11 acf coru ra.ry Iu  i|uvproy;?5tpnsof this sec lion; life shall te-  felt and pay asutii of money hot exceed in?  H Hy d p 11 a rs,  to  bo f ecu vere (L.hvfo i'������ any  ./ us lice of  i h a 1 *t������ ������cii* o r i n d e I a uj t a I p������.V-  ment thereof shall be im prisoned for an/  term not exceeding ononiouth,-?  inyS  Information Wanted.  Provincial Secretary's G/Iice,  ��������� : 4th June, 1874.  A letter addressed lo Mr ARCHY* McCAY-  has been forwarded to the Lieulen*tui-fiW'  ernor, and will be dulmu-ed on ajiplicafionut  l he Pro vi u cm I Sec reta ry h Ollice*. ,U r Md'������y  issuppo^od lo be resident in Brii.irfli Cnlime  bin. but his address is unknown. It is r������  queslofl thai if his whereabouts is known 10  ���������n^y one reading ihi* nolice, the same may la*  comriHinieated to tho Provincial Secruuirys  Popart ra eat.  JOHN ASM,  Provincial Secretary.  ��������� y  xxxxx  Re Kimball Estate.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT All  *���������'    &wmn{n i-hjti Lo tho above  KstaW ai*f* ^J  r;etllo<i lorttuvjlh.  oio. nrnXRs',  .   Dfj'Uly .l*nilai;iU'aU>r.  Btti'fcfrrvlhV, June 25, lliT.i.  fMf^^sl  ;,-.i������i  '"���������.      y    ^  i.-i^*-**^'.  J^2*%^  -^ft  5 -'���������' '->;4M^(^/^--mV'^^

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