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 THE  t.  Published every. Saturday by ;������������������  ROBERT    HOLL'OWAY  Subscription,  -  -  60 Cents per Week.  RATES OP ADVeSSkG?"  For nnc square (One inch), first Insertion,   .   $3  ���������*������        "     -       '���������    one month,. .  .    6  For two squares, llrstlnsertion,     ....    5  *      . {*      quo month, ���������'. >������������������ . .; ��������� '.;   8  Agents for the1*, Cariboo Sentinel."  Van Winkle. -      .     .      .; , -    - A,D. McTnses.  Qussnel mouth,       ���������  :- ���������:   .  :  ��������� Barnard's Express.  S������dH Creek,    ���������������������������.���������.���������...���������.:,. Barnard's Express  Clinton,   .   .  .. '..   .-..���������..���������:..��������� Barnardfs Express  Yale,      ���������   ' -    '������������������ do. :   ...   do -  New Westminster 'John Murray. *'  .Victoria,   .      . .   ... .-���������;.��������� ������ - ���������'��������� Mr -Webster.  I.. P. Fisher,   -   . ��������� . *..-. ** >'. -'.:  .   : Sun Francisco  Bean k Co.,.   .      .   - -      -���������-".  San Francisco  0 S:reet,   ; .      .     .80 Cornhill, London. E. C.  Freight and Passengers carried through at tho  lowest possible rates.-, ',:���������-.,...;  For "rates of Frefeht and passage, apply at the  Express Office, "Barkervilley and at J. W. LIND  hardis, van winkle. .  . ���������..���������' ;-..   ��������� . JAS. A, NEWLAND, Agent,-   .  mylO ".'&       tyyy      Barkorviile.>  ,f-:   ���������������< c,.. -f -   .<���������:.  Til!-; CARIBOO SENTINEL  "Oards, Circulars. Posters and Programmes for  Balls and Theatrical Entertainments:  $&*Executed with neatness and dteputcfa^j^  '   term a mb derate. ���������; -' - ' "'"���������_ '*' "'���������'  :.    ^NO'nOES/j^yyyy X .    '  Kegistration.- or v oters,  CARIBOO DISTRICT.- y y>  A COUHT 0*F REVISION- UNDER THE  J\ Regi9:rtiionoryoif-rs'Act wiU;bo hi������lo at the  undcrnenUan^d'Polling Divisions!in tbe Canboo District on the r.-sp *cllvo days specified: ���������"> "���������  :"���������'���������'wii'MiMS lake;;;  At Hr A S. BATES', on Tuesday, 12th August.  .' QUE^NELkoUTH,   '��������� ���������������������������". ���������;���������  At the POST OFFICE, on Thursday, tbe Utb  August.  ��������� ..���������*���������_   ;-  ���������  .   RICHFIELD.: . :  At the COURT HOUSE, on Monday, tho 18th of  August. ' -.  LIGHTNING CREEK:,  At tbe TELEGRAPH OFFICE, on "Wednesday, the  2010 August.  HARVEY CREEK,  At Mr SMITH'S STORE, on Friday, the 29th August.  The.Courts will be opened each day at Eleven a.m.,  wbrn the attendance of tho Collectors of each Polling  Division will bo required.  ;.���������������������������?:' H. If. BALL,  Registrar of tno Cariboo District.  Rlcnfleid, July 15, 1873.   -' . jutl9...  fHOM AND AFTER THIS DATE AND  unt ill urtber notice,  reasurs x  amount  Bpg to Inform their friends and the pub lit that tha  have taken toe well known premises in Barkerville,  so long' favorably patronised while.in the occupation  ;of Sir N. Cuulo.-      '-.;'��������� ���������"������������������ "   '-.  '���������."   ���������������������������'-'���������  will bo mannfacturedjand sold by -Wholesale.and -B������  tall in Its. purity, and ���������,.���������.   . . ��������� ���������* .'���������>.,  Tlie best^^ Liquors feiGigar^  constantly, kept on hand..  ���������;--:-..   ..���������-.���������.  A SUPPLY OF THS      ,  ": MyB  ���������m  .' -.{."  Will bo carried between Bartarville and Victoria at  ' I JAMES A  NEWLAND, 'A^eat.-  Barkerville, May 12, "1873.. .     mylT;'.  " Whereas by an Order \n Council, dated  ���������the 7th day of June, 1873, of Ihe Honorable  tbe Privy Council of Canada, it has been decided " that Esquimau," In Vancouver Island,  <������ be fixed as the Terminus ot tha Canadian  * Pacific Railway, and tbat a line of Railway  " be located between tbe harbor of Esquimau  " and Seymour Narrows on the Raid Island ;"  and whereas in accordance with the Terras of  "the Baid"Order in Council, application has   "been made to his Excellency "the Lieutenant  govern orof British Co 1 uuibia, for a reser-  *' vation and for the conveyance to the" Do-  "*' minion (Joveimmeot, in trust,- according ;to  '���������..tbe 11th Paragraph of the forms of the  4< Agreement, of Union, of a strip of Land  ���������"Twenty Mi ies in width along the Eastern  4t Coast of Vancouver Island, between, Sey-  ������4 mour Narrows and the, Harbor i.>ofV Eaqui-  *malt/in furtherance of the constrdotion. of  41 the said".Railway.".������������������. ,     , >  And whereas it has been deemed advisable  that the Land within the limits aforesaid  should be Reserved, prior to any conveyance  aforesaid being made thereof. Public notice  is therefore hereby given that from and after  this date a strip of Land Twenty Miles in  width along the Eastern Coast of Vancouver  Island between Seymour Narrows, and the  Harbor of Esquimau is hereby Reserved.  By Command. ,  ' c'X ,       John Ash, '".'    .  Provin dial Secretary.  Pfonncial Secretary's Office,  July 1st, 1873.  :  ...   .UPPER FRASER;RIVER, .    .  nUItlKG.THE SUMMER^ WILL.LEAV  "  -'SODA CREEK ON THURSDAYS; -;  As eooa a s possible after the arrival -of BARNARD  k OoXb Stages, and  QUESNEL ON SUNDAY AFTERNOONS,  .    AT 4 O'CLOCK.  Tho undersignod hopa.by a strict attention to  business, to merit a continuance nf the patronage  hiiberto extended to Messrs. Marvih^fc Wright  .Freight, per ton,     -     -     -      $20  Passage,    .-������������������.-     - ���������    $5 ���������:���������  G-BANT  &   ARNDT.  Soda Creek, April 1.1R73. mylOriio  will bo always carefully attended, to, and the best  Beds and, accommodation provided for their cua.  tomcr3:~  *y   ��������� -. ���������.-���������������������������;'. v'-   X \': ���������'[������������������ '���������:���������".. ;���������: ���������'. deld  ���������  rXi  '"-'";<���������',   -  i  lyf  "';:i  A RB" preparedjio ra'rnish' Lumber; at their Mlilfl,  JX ��������� "William Creek, or deliver it'to order, v ; ���������-,. ������������������.':  LUMBER DELIVERED "ON LIGHTNM  creek: : XyXxx'Xy '-Xyy 'x^[:',y;:;/-  .- Having a Planing Jlachine in operation they wtl  also furnish  . -'.���������..'.'   ���������������������������.;..;>:'���������  -'i  '������������������'���������-"  'z^y  ,��������� ���������  EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THLY HAVE REMOVED  to ihesp;������ciouspremises.formerly known as tte  St. George. Suloonr where they 'will be at all times  prepared to furnish  BOARD   AND  OF   THE   BEST  Tbe? BAR   ' furnished with' the flues t "WINES  LIQUORS and CIGARS.    .  LEAVES BARKERVILLE DAILY at 8 hM  ".. AND  LIGrHTNING CREEK AT 3 P.M.  Passage', $2; for the round trip, $3...  Freight taken at low rates.  apl2 H. 0. WILMOT.  Wild Land Tax.-  \TOTICE IS HEREBY given that a LIST  1\ . of all persons within the District of Cariboo who  are liable to pay the above Tax for the yearl873,;  may be inspected on application to A Barlow, Ques  melmouth, or tor  ��������� ��������� .       '-:','-  '���������������������������   :���������������������������.. s"'-'o;-BYRNES,     -  . Collector and Assessor of Wild Land Tax,  Juno 12,1873. Barkerville.  Board,  12;per  el7 6m  Road  Iiists,  "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT ��������� A  11 List of all persons within tho Richfleltl, Light-  ning Creek and Quesnelrnouth Polling Divisions, who  are liable to pay Road Tax lor the year 1873, can be  inspected at the following places:     ���������  Court -House', Richfield..  :     Post Office, VanWinlile, ���������  Post Office,'iQucsaelihoutii.  \x >��������� ., XX JAMES XINDSAT,  my31 Collector under Road Ordinance*  HAVTNQ' detenriiaed to CLOSE my B.?^s  tauraht Business on the 30th day ot June next,  all persons indebted to me are requested forthwith to  pay the same to George Byrnes, unto, whom all  account against me must-he presented.   ^  JOHN e. QOODSON,  , ��������� Walt9.un^&fco ft^staurant.  B^Sw*flil������,Jaa?B,W������. J^  DEALER IN  Groceries? Provisions  Liquors.  ROASTED DAILY AT THE STORE.  DEPOT    FOil      '  PIONEER MILLS EXTRA FLOUR  A fresh supply of which has just been re-  .  ceived.���������������������������':  GROUSE    CREE  Delivered to Miners on thefollowlng outlying CreeW  Antler, Ounningham, Steyenfi, Beggs Gulch;  'tgU The Goods sold at this Store will, as usual, be  or the best quality and at the lowest market prices-  Grouse Creek,U&y 10,187& tttfl02fo  ���������jtii  r >  i  M������,*  i ?  ! ill  II  i yy���������>$������������������[  llli  \ XyM\  i  Groceries.and Provisions,  LIGHTNING    C REEKS  apl2    ���������  MORTE AlERIGA.  T^HE AGENCYOF.THISBANKHASbeen  1   re-opened, iu Barkerville, for the transaction ot  all kinds of Banking business. ���������,        "... ?  Gold Dust and Bars purchased on best  terms.'  Exchange sold on Victoria, San Francisco, New  York, panada, and London on,reasonable term's.   ���������  ,: Deposits received for transmission to the Vic  toria Branch. Interest allowed at 5 per cent, pe?  annian, 30 days notice. ;\  .,!-:      Q. M. MOBBIS,.  ''.''���������   1 -. a- !v Agent.  Barkerville, Juno 9,18^^;,^ : jul4  li its,  x  jiit  ;:������  yy  NOTICE IS,' hereby given. that Thomas  ��������� LAVERY has retired from the business hitherto  carried On in Barkcrville as Saloon-keepers aai  Brewers- by, the 'firm of Vaillancdur,  Hunter &  Lavery.       .y ...  ,. C. Vaillancour having purchased T. Lavery's late^  est, the business will in future be carried on by 0.  Vaillancour and Joseph Hunter,  ' l    '���������'��������� C. .VAILLANCOUR.  '  T. JuAVfiBY.  Wltnesa���������G. Bvbjjss. ��������� - . - . THE'CA-TtrBOO SEN'TINELl������,0*r5" 0( ������*������**������ *������* %* paints or    'gourmands were considerably tickled at  the  ,    -SATURDAY. AUG. 16, 1873.  THE GOVERNMENT-; LAND SALE AND  THIS ������������������CROAKERS?7;  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  The Government sale of lands in the New  Westminstor district affords   the.sage, and  ^patriot of the Guardian an opportunity "of  ��������� filling up two columns of abaset and spleen  directed against the members of. the. Go vera-  ment.   Judging from tbe tori������ of bis remarks,  we should saytbat the doughty editor, owing  probably to the dullness of the Units in the  '���������ambitious little city, or tbo'effects of Ihe vigorous competition of a younger but more politic  "knight of the quill,' has become so   overcharged with bile as to view even  the most  'beneficial measures of the Government with  ���������disfavor.   We should take the article in  the  Guardian of Ihe 2d August to be a sort of  r;T.alediclory from1 the.editor,'who has for some  jfime past occupied tlie unenviable position on  the Mainland of 'i Chief pf the Croakers," for  it is apparent bo is about- to throw up the  ���������sponge and retire from* tbe warfare which he  J>as bo fruitlessly waged against  the principles *of   "RegpomSble   Government.     Te  i Guardian   man  is  an;; aristocrat,  and  the  "fact I hat a majority of the members of the'  local Government have at various times te-������n  forced, from the" vicissitudes which overtake  both the gentleman-born and the plebeiau.in  ,,&. new country, to, sometimes follow rather  '-"''Wlgar occupations, Is sufficient to damn them  In his eyes.   For instance, the Premier has  been a dagnerreotypist, the Attorney-General  has - followed   the   occupation- of- "honest  . miner," the Chief Commissioner has also pu;  ; la many; 'a tl abift" in;tbe -taines of Cariboo.  aiid has until lately been engaged in fmnhh.  ing head-gear for both empty and well-filled  . craniams���������-in other words, a " hatter."   Il  would be well for British Columbia if some  othei parlies who have made themselves no-  . ,loHou8.by painting fancy pen pictures of, the  Incapacityof her rulers and tbe suppositious  , deplorable consequences resulting therefrom.  ' liad beeni in a like manner impressed with j  4he dignity of labor, and betaken themselves  to occupations which, although hot admitting  rfcf a public display of their *4 little learning,"  or of the means of discharging their venom,  would at least have furnished them with sufficient pabulum to stifle the hungry cry which  rims continually proceeded from their bowels.  \; -'dfttefc'fancy the important announcement of  'the sale of public lands in one of the most  eligible agricultural districts of the Province  ��������� being beralded by insane utterances from a  locafcjoarnaL of which ihe^ollowing are ex-  'tracts:,������������������" We are ruled  by mongrel polu  ticians, who have forced themselves like vam^  npfres on the body politic f7 " flourishing and  ^rosperbtia towns jnayjajl into ruin;and de-  oay,ff and ���������". the peop Ie. p n* tb e poin t of seek;  ,f ng the Govern meat of Uncle Sam from sheer  despair'" The editor of the Guardian invokes  ���������/'the;spirit of the" Anglo-Saxon to declare  ftaelt," and ealls upon tb������ people "to rise  and declare themselves, and by one migh;ity  and tmrted effort to throw off tbe millstone of  ; a Ministry tbafcis graidualiy sinking us into  < the slough; of; d espoii '���������$*? Th is b omb ast and  MghfaMiaV';/  tra?! although the writer may have been overwhelmed by the weight of his own eloquence  on seeing it in print, we ebould say His not  prospect of an unlimired supply of that deli  cacy wlitcb Ibe sturgeon of the lower Fras<r  would afford. Then we had long articles .on  ���������" cranberries" and ," beet root sugar y} but  j now these interesting subjects are discarded,  and in their place we have nothing but senseless, silly twaddloon political matters.  ���������MaRy people bave long had a vnjjae idea  that the lands of the valley of the lower  Fraser are rich, but that is the extent of their  knowledge.    Whether any extent of these  lands is open   for pre-emption or in   the  market for sale, they had" no information  The Govern ment has doubtless done ri������rht in  reserving the mostvam'ablc blocks and giving  tha people an opportunity of purchasing them  at public auction.   The selection of Victoria  as the plat;������ of Palo wilt suit buyers from all  parts of the province.  There are many miners  in Cariboo  who are desirous of "settling  down," and  perhaps it is desirable that the  sale should take place at a Inter date in order  to allow Ihem-an   opportunity of attending.  Government sbonM also direct that maps and  information regarding the lands to be sold be  furnished at the different public offices in the  upper .country.  MISCELLANEOUS.  DoMtNioK Notks.���������A supply of. rne.much-  needed one dollar bills arrived by last  Express.. The notes are redeemable^ Viclortn.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  I have been instructed by Mr WM. W. DQDD  ;.: to sell byAuction at BHtkerville,  ON  MONDAY,  SEPT.   1,   1873,  y At 12 o'clock, noon, .  That splendid Freehold Property, well known  . _ "as  .  '. -.      -���������'"    ���������-���������  STIRLING'S���������E EIDORADO SAIGON  py BARKERVILLE,  yt  Also: the contents, consisting of���������Bar Fix  tares, Mirrors, Decanters, Glasses^ Hanging  Lamps. Clocks,Chairs. Tables, two first-class  Slate bottom Carom BILLIARD TABLES.  Balls, Cues and Racks ; Collage Pianoforte;  Chamber's Encyclopedia, 10 volumes, com  plete ; a splendid new Cast Iron.Stove, 45  inch, wilh Drum, Piping, and Iron Foot Rail ;  Cast Iron Box Stove, 32 inch; Cast Iron  Cooking Stove and Piping; Sheet Iron Stove ;  a quantity of fteds and Bedding; Crockery.  Chest of Drawers, "Dressers Chest of Tools,  and other articles too-numerous to mention.  Also, at same time. I will sell, by virtue of  instructions from the Official  Administrator.  ihe Estate of David Lewis, deceased, consist:  ing^of ^quantity; of xy ^'\X:y       y/y '���������  s;y.^  Chairs, Mirrors. Tables,. Barber's and Dentist's Toole, and a splendid Tin Bath, 7 leet  ���������long. ��������� .��������� .-.���������*' ���������   ������������������      .  .';���������-, Also, th������ equity of redemption in "the  :-:--..:;-"-::     V^HOiJSEAND ILOT   '.-'V-  lately occupied by the deceased in Barker  ville.  IS TUB PLACE TO BUY  GOODS  Cheap for Gash.  Nails, 4 lbs. for SI.  Sugar, 3* lbs. fbr $1.  Iron, 20c to 25c per lb.  Machine Oil* $3 per gal.  Price's Candles, 25 lb..box  $11.  GOOD TOBACCO, 50 cents per lb.,  J. B. PACE'S TOBACCO, $1 per lb.  Full assortment KIP and CALF BOOTS, $7  --   to $!),*.    -.  HOES, $1 50 each ; SHOVELS, $2 eacb.  SHIRTS. $1.to $5 each,  CANADIAN CLOTH SUITS, $20 tq,$30,  BEST FLOUR, ~$5 perTsack.  ' Burkervillc, August 2, 1873. au2  B. X:  From and after this date  and until farther notice,  Passage to Yale by Barnard & Co.'s Express will  be  l-OIJT i!  i . ��������� ��������� ���������  Grunbaum Bros,  Barkerville & Van Winkle,  OFFER FOR SALE, . '  iTGE������ATLYREDDCEDHlCES,  Their enliro and woll-ngsortcd stock of  LIQUORS,  CLOTHNG,  BOOTS AND SHOES,  GROCERIES,  MINING   IMPLEMENTS,  J5&- Parties intending lo bur Goods of any  description will find it to their advantage to  give m & call before purchasing elsewhere  KOTICE~       V-:  r HEREBY G-rvE NOTIO E TO ALL WHO  1 Hte imlL-btLMl to mu either by iWik Accrmii'i sg"  or MtvlMtf-.-tiwi [ u-fsh sur.ir'nr.lci^iu^sV.ui^  as I um-ctnglnx' m>-'businVs.c in CnriUo').   AU\l<\,\\i\  tblj, dale wHl be tuin.lcd to my Solicittr Jti cclUciiu  ������������������������������������JAS. A. NEWLAND;  Barkervlllo, July 56, iS73. A]'^Q  aule  Gko. Btrnes," :  Auctioneer.  y.A������  New   England  ���������'.;- v Bakery    ���������  tSL, T. > r t i os i n il eb'te.iy to tho a bore es tn b I i v| j m rc t  are rc-qurSt,5������i tn rail and settle on ur before 20lh  August, and avoid coats,  JV������rkervSllg>n.C..July26t 1873. F* ^120  THE BALANCE OF MV STOCK  WILL BE SOLD at COST.  GOOD  TOBACCO FIFTY  CTS.  PER LB., J. B. PACE'S SI.  And other Goods in proportion.  B;irkervlilr, B.C., July 1, 1873  J.  H. TODD.  jilli l:ij  DR. CHIPP'S  drug r  %  In the Supreme Court of  British Columbia,  GENERAL ORDER.  in^ppsffii;  or mu pa the next t'Ahv^r !������* tho Term vvlJ1 bc8������n  ENGLISH DRUGS  PATENT MEDICINES,  PROPRIETARY. ARTICLES,'  Chevalier's Life for tbe Hair  COUGH LOZENGES, &c��������� Xo.  j^ Teeth carefully Extracted and Filled.  yfigt- PreHcriplions and Family Recipes ac-  cnpalely prepared.  ���������  Ravkfrville, MoW $0,:1������72. no23  MATT T. BEGBIE. C. J.  H B.VR Y P. PKJj b B W CH BASIS,. J  ���������0ttad' Victoii'a/Jannary 21th, 1373. mr2S il  calculated, to promote tbe"ad^n cement "of' Sr^o' vSSS X������ ^h *������!������-tfco������^  ^ up Lightning OS* ft������ dllffiS^i Jjj  ^orieachsi.ieofthocMilre  ireek, and from starling  ALL  A  ci  hto or  meyeyf parties in the outside world de~  ^rcms^faettHDprip m Provihee; we imagine  tfiey--would h������mu before coming to a coun>  IM^^ brink of  ^'ruin and decay/"y ���������������������������.;���������;���������.  Jf the editor of the Guardian bad the true  presto of *e.-coa?try at neart, instead of  :ean;tinually discharging his envenomed ehafta  apinstt^ejieads of political opponents, he  w/iuld endeavorto eniigliteo tbe public as to  ilm rarlous advantages of the .New-WestmfQ.  ^5Ti:fl^?8Fi?5���������l^*;?!11"**?*1?"1"^"'*������^tlttr4f la times  gone by. the readers of that journal were  mmkly treated ^itb ft^le' articles, ������o the  arnar  DECEASED.  tlie deceased. kIe������"thc Administrators' of  VanWinkle, Li^tiilng Creek f '*'  July 1,1873.   bV/r(-LK'  THAT. WAYSLDE - HOT4SJE, favorably  knowa as M,UNDORF'S.lor the 124��������� Mile Horn?,.  Bona pa r te v wi tb B ARNS i-aijcJ Ou ih uildiugs com p U-io  and In good order  A Pre-emption Claim of  about 40 n cres now un d er ��������� buHl v atiou, w I th Farming  lmplcmcats coniplete,. A\mt ..    >       . :    .  48 Head of Cattle.  Tho ahoyo is a. desirablo Wayside House, dolnsr i,  good  business.   It will besolu.with tbe Cattle, &c,  kc.   or to suit'-puircliascrs.    If not sold bythe25tli,  August, it will bu then put  up and sola at l'ullio  Auction.   ' ���������          _���������   '���������. ..'��������� '���������' ��������� ;��������� ���������-���������''  Var further particulars. Inquire on the.promfee*. *  JulS2m JACOB MlTNl'jpKg^  THE BANK ofBRTTISH  F1^, ,tSi||EE THIS nira and j  Treasure to any amount  Will Becarrieil between BaitorWlie and Victoria at  B^^A'^^ Agent.  \TOTIOB TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE  -!-' Copartnership berctofore existing between  Charles B. Eagle and James GrriffinT Farmers,  unucr tbe Firm ot Eagle & Gmrns, is tbls day dissolved by mutual consent  Charuss B. Kaole will continue the business itnd  assume all liabilities of tho Firm, and collect aU ac*  counts due to tbe {ate Firm.  JAMBS GRIFFIN".  CHARLES B. ISAGLR  Witness���������-Toffs Sayyea.  150 Mile������Post, July 15,1373. .. Jn^  SURVEYING-,  'HE CARIBOO AG-ENCY OF THIS Bank  will be RE-Ol'KNfiD for"business on M0M)A^,  14th inst.  PAOTIES     INTENDING     TO    'AVttr I  *    lliomBttlyes of the imToTm*.     . A VAIL 1  chose their ground c"������ h?l u"2s Uiw "*'' *���������> Wr-  a������UMaps &JQ Ja,Jjg������������Survey of tho������&  CAPT.0  T.Tg.YAILL0T(  DRAFTS ISSUED ONy  Victoria, London, San*Francisco, Portland,  New York and Curia da,  Jim 12 VyAT.TER -rowEix, Agent^  NOTICE.  TN TWENTY DAYS FHOM DATE TUB  x   owners of tho    ;  BLACK JACK AND BURNS HYDRAULIC  CLAIM, WILLIAMS CREEK,  will apply to the Gold Com mission or for the grant of  Twelve Acres of Wining Lnud, located on the Kast  and West sides of their claims, said uppllcalion bfin3  made under tho Gold Mining Amendment' Act;.1873.  ^mK^r^imXommmBa-  11. ���������ITUK CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY, AUG. 16.  1875.  Memphis, Tenn.  Aug. 8-A horrible dnt-.jjk Gen. McCarver. snbjectto the lea<e and  rnge was perpetrated to-day^ at Brighton sta- ������m conveyed bv McCarver to the L V S -  ion. Tennessee.   Three white fiends poured j penor and Puget Sound Land Co.   An inter  turpentine   over, a negro man they  found 'eating fact Is shewn in this suit, tbat tlie Rail-  asleep and set fire lo turn, burning  Imn to; road Company-do net own afoot of land  BffBlBtf'-Aagffil  STAGE) ACjCIDENT.  '.-.��������������������������������������������� Qnosnelmonlb, August 10��������� Quite a serious  ���������accident occurred itboutil* miles above Quu*-  .. nel today to'Pearson's stage.% The team-took  ���������fright at a passing Chinese -'freight wagon and  ..._nan over the cribbing, throwing  (lie driver!  about twenty five feet, bruising and scrafch-  "Vibg him somewhat.   The team ran* on about  half a mile, .wheo they kitfked themselves free  'from the wagon. The driver and passenger.  ,\who was also slightly injured on the leg, rode  to town on horseback, leaving the wagon a  ��������� -wreck on the roadside.  THE. EXPRESSES.  Olinlon, August .12 -? Barnard's tip Express  ^nd Exira contained the following ���������passengers : -Mr.s Bowron and I wo children. Mr A.  ���������Kelly, wife,' and three children ; Mrs Oarne  and daughter, for Barkerville. Mrs McDonald and Mrs Pratt, for 127 utile  house.    Mrs  'Kelson and two children, for Bridge creek. '.  v .'Bo Ih -stages left at 5  p.m., Pearson's  with  Awo Chinawomen and one white passenger.  '���������'-��������� VICTORIA.  .Victoria, August 11��������� The Submarine Gold ���������  .Mining Company's pump arrived  lo day by  Ihe Prince Alfred, and will b"shipped up the.  . 3Jraser at once to commei^i operations.���������  Moody & Co. have the lumber for the*; flumes  *'3h readings* to leave, by the steamer Onward.  The Prince Alfred will sail this evening at  -six o'clock.  >  The body of a man was found cast on the  s-beach  in  front  of Ihe grand stand, Beacon  Hill.    It was identified as the body of a man  Horned Martin, who escaped from the French  Hospital tiboiil ;i week ago;    An inquest wa?  "held and a verdict returned in accordance  with the fuels.  Victoria.  Antrnst 13���������-The Ottawa Pari ia-  ;mi������nt meets to-day for the.purpose of proro-  . gfation. ���������  ��������� (Charles FisVr, charged* with supplying"] the'b.oat with Ihe stern end up. and all in her  "iiiioxicaling liquors lo Indians, was sentenced sunk. The "sieamsliip Carlo tta towed the  *to  nine   mouths'   imprisonment   with   hard  death. 'There is great excitement among the  negroesiii the neighborhood, who threaten to  retaliate.  Cholera bus again made' Its appearance in  the north-eastern portion of this State.  New York, Aug. 8���������Ht-ory lioch'efort was  yesterday reported well and ableto stand the  voyage, and was accordingly sent on board  the transport Virginia, which sailed this  morning with 89 other convicts for New Caledonia.  Washington, Aug. 8���������In viewof theyresent  disorganised condition of affairs in Spain."  the vessels ������comprising the European fleet,  tinder a Roar Admiral has been ordered to  tbe Spanish coaBt. The. Wabash; tbe flagship  of the squadron, is an the way to Cartbngena,  and. the Congress and Washita will follow.  The A! ask a, now on .co mm ission, will, sai I  in about ten days to join tlie-European fleet.  The.contract for building .two new iron  sloops of war has been awarded to John  Roche <fc Co., of New York, at $780,009 each  Washington. Aug. 11���������-A special corres-  pondentof the Washington-. Star at-Chatter ton.  Landing, Virginia, the scene of tbe Wassattee  disaster, gives (he following account of his  trip:���������One of the worst features of the scene  yesterday  was ihe disposition among both  whiles and-colored stragglers to plunder and  rob the dead.   Several instances of this kind  were neticed'but could.nrt be prevented by  officer McClellen, who alone was1-authorised  to lake charge of valuables found.  .Owing to.  the-long extent of shore many-of the. bodies  could not be recovered by himuntil they had  been robbed and the guilty parties escaped.  Hiram Smith, colored,..states .that-, he  was-  present at the time of  the disaster and witnessed the loss of life.   As soon as the boat  wart lowered to the main dedk the colored  men  took possession of her by force.   No  threats "or persuasion of the officers could prevent them.   The boat was heaped full of men  and baggage,' He saw a man  cut the bow  rope, when the boat tell with fueh force as to  lear out the stern braces-of the deck, holding  lab >i\  The Anna Bishop Concert Troupe are now.  [-perfn lining in Ituscity. -:  ���������Tlie ate-oner Maude arrived' in port yesterday Irom Porl.lSssingtnn. Skeena river, and  back in 8.*"? days, calling ataeveinl way ports  tin the wn; down. She si silted the United  "Stales revenue cutter Lincoln iu sea re h o!  further tidings of the missing steamer Geo. S.  Wright.  Specimens of very rich gold bearing qnnrtz  ���������wer.- brought from Queen Charlotte Island  ���������on the steamer Maude.  ���������Max Kii.t.kd���������Chilliwhack, Aug. 13���������Wm.  Bullock, formerly of Victoria, was killed here  yesterd ty by a limb from a free falling on  bim. breaking his skull and left arm. He was  engaged-clearing land for Robert Garner at  ���������the lime of the accident. He leaves a wife  and three children to mourn their loss.  PROROGATION   OF   PARLIAMENT���������  EXCITING SCENE.  Victoria, August 14th���������A special to* the  t/oionist. dated Ottawa. Aug. 13. says Parlia  ment assembled at 3 o'clock. Only 125 members were present. A memorial signed by 95  members, 17 of whom are Conservatives, was  presented to the Governor General, asking  mm not to prorogue Parliament, but to con-,  tinne the session so that Parliament might investigate the Pacific Railroad scandal. The  -Governor General replied, that advised by  his Ministry, he must prorogue. Should he  -decline to follow (he established usage, the  result would be his dismissal. His Excellency  produced a written answer. When the House  opened, Mr McKenzie rose to make-a motion  relative to the Pacific scandal amid great excitement. He wa? interrupted by the Speaker.1  who read a message from the Governor-General proroguing Parliament, The Speaker  then left the House, followed by 30 Qonsery-  natives, amid a deafening uproar of hisses and  groan*. The Honse is prorogued until the  Royal Commission ns ready to report, whevi  ������itwill be called together again.  Great excitement exists in the city to-day.  The Ministry,and their friend* are confident  Mat the skarges, will bQ successfully dh~  gtroveS.  : HNri'ED STATEa  ^,cksburjr"u? ya;f August 8th���������Th������ steamer  Wassattee, running on Potomac river, took  fire at noon to-day--, at Chafcterton Landing,  and was destroyed. She had about 150 passengers. Between 4(1 and '50 lives were lost,  Six bodies found up to 2 o'clock.  Five new cases of cholera in Chattanoga  4o-3ay.   Three fatal.  Long Branch, August 8���������The ball for the  benefit of'the Portland. Oregon, sufferers has  l>een postponed until Wednesday uex'fc  wreck up lo-day. Tlie engineer says that her  hull, engines nnd boilers are not materially  damaged, and that 10,000 bushels of corn may  be-saved.-..- ��������� ���������'���������   ��������� -��������� .������������������'-'  Detroit. Aug:- 11���������A horrible case of mur  dor by poison occurred near Owasso, Mich..  yesterday. The viclim was a Mrs Ward and  hcrsnn-inlrtw, Charles Moor, has been arrested on suspicion ot being ihe murderer.  Baltimore, Aug. II��������� George Carson, Custom house officer, who last night shot and  killed a m������h named Gran a, a fireman on tbe  steamer Belewer, was today committed to  await the aotton of the Gran a" Jury*  Wilkesbarre, Aug. 11���������Yesterday, at Lnn-  kaimer. Mayor Sydney accidentally shot and  killed Oscar Mills, Assistant Engineer in tbe  United States Navy. Tte Mayor shot at a  hawk in his garden, and a portion of ibe  charge entered Mills' heart, as he was walking in bis* yard.  Washington, Aug 11���������The steamship Mod-  or about Tacoma. Mr Ronton states that on  examination of the noisier in order to ascertain the parties against whom to bring suit,  he round the titles in the names of the land  ring.  EUROPE.  London, Aug. 12���������The .Office of Master of  the.Rolls ha9 been accepted by Sir George  Jessel.  Dublin, Ang.ll���������A desperate fight took  place yesterday ih the borough of KiWUrej,  between  two Irish   regiments.    Many were'  killed and wounded,       ....  Vienna, Aug. 8���������The World "reports tbat  Couut de Cliatnbord has accepted Ihe Crown  of France, a formal tender of Which was re  eentty made to him by a deputation of'Legitimists.  Madrid, Augnst -3���������Valencia has unconditionally surrendered, and'Gen. Compres now  occupies the. cily. The submission of the  cad lie is expected to fellow immediately.  "Paris, August 8���������Payment'.;ot the third  quarter of the last milliard of the war ink  demntty was completed on Ihe 5th inst.  New York."August I3r-The Pall Mail Ga  zette says the Eaglish Roman Catholics a e  now arranging a pilgrimage to Paris le Marii-l,  a small village some distance from Paris.���������  The pilgrimage is being organised under  the auspices ol a very influential committee,  Ihe head of which is the Duke of Norfolk and  Earl ' Denbigh^ the: secretary being Lord  Walter Kerr.. T&e pilgrimage is; advertised  lo start from London on Tuesday, Sept. 2il  The pilgrims will reach Paris le Marial on  Wednesday, and having, performed their devotions on Thursday wilt return, to London  by Friday night or Saturday morning. .--.  London, August 13���������ft is reported to-day  tbat the ship A bona, from Montreal for. Gtos  gow, was run down and sunk by the. steamship Alabama, from Glasgow for New York.  and that the wreck which was first thought to>  be that of the Alabama was the Abona. y\ )  Vienna; Aug. 12���������A squadron ot Austrian  war vessels has been ordered to Spain. .  New York; Aug. 12���������A4 translation is pub .  tisiied of/ the fapalal locution delivered 25th-  July, denouncing the recent law enacted by  the Italian Parliament ' K ,5; ^.? nc  Church properly, and  ecution of the law or the purchase of Church  property tioder it. His Holiness says thai  what tliey have done or will do is worthless,  null and void, that they have incurred the  major, excommunication and other censures!  and that they will sutfer eternal damnation.'  CANADA.    -  Toronto, Aug. 11���������The Post office here was  entered by robbers yesterday, and 91 regis  t-������red letters stolen from the safe.  "X-pected te find good pay without 'satisfa*torf  ri^nits ; are now running their drain ahead  Porfer and McMillan have run their drain 'to  where they expect to get gboii pay; th<j  grave? looks well, and a "dead thing" ise**  peeled. . ,>-��������� ' '   . r  ���������"'. CUNNIXRffJtSi ORKB'k; .  The'claims on Cunningham creek are all  paying well.  0 ��������� ������  OTR MINING SEASON*  That brief ppried of time denominated tha  mining season 'In Cariboo is rapidly drawing r  to a close.   The three seasons of the year���������  spring, sumtiier arM autumn���������are  in- tirfc  high.altitude crowded into a few months*  Winter, with its.icy blasts, brings mnoy ob^  stacles to successful mining, and if onr miners  permit the season to pass without d is playing  all possible energy with a view to achieva  good  results, Avhen winter overtakes then*  they will have ample time and leisure to re*  ���������fleer, upon and. regret the loss of preciotm  time. . When .the mining season is past, let  none'of our miners, on taking a retrospective  glance, be able to point to one singie day  and say: ** Lost during this day one precioas  hoar set with sixly golden minutes,  each  minute set with sixty jewelled seconds.*'   No  reward is offered, for it is lost never to be  found. ;.-������������������' Time.  . August 15,1873, -.. ���������  pBitsoNAL.���������Mr F; J. Barnard arrived by  last week's Express. Mr Barnard paid a vtsifc  to the Sadoux quartz ledge at Mos*  quito creek, and we understand has  promised to lend -a helping band to any  sclieme for its development which maybe devised. Mr Henry Grunbairm, seniorm ember  ot the firm of Gruiibautn Bros., alsoxame un>  by the same express, and has visited tbe Larjo  and Kurts works and several other irapbrtanfc  mining claims. Mr Grunbaunt will -beable  on Ins return to' Victoria to inform his fellow-  citizens that the miners of Cariboo are busily  engaged in developing the. resources of tbs  country, and with very good success "consid*  j������ring the am al mess of-their nainber. Th������  people of the lower country might wellfollo^r  their example, instead* of. Micawberlike,  eternally waiting for something to turn up.���������  Mr C. P. Dun levy and F. J; Haw*ks also'paid  Mr J,  ongahala will sail about 25th inst. to reinforce j were commenced, to replace it with one of the  the American fleet in Spauish waters. !^w 13-inch koa pumps. ��������� The 10-tnch iron  little  water  .    ,     ,        . ,,     n      tt       ~a .-    pump will be placed in the upper shaft now  Newark   August l2-Oaethousapd6ix;si|lkinjr> aftd ^.^  Jg      w down llbout 80  hundred and fifty six Imraigrarris arrived at lf-^ ^ lQwer one   fl()   feet    yery  Castle Garden yesterday   Ihe.policej, Moott- tr()1,.)lft .g nntic1p.lte(J in mastering the  pamed by carts, visited i\\a city markets yes- .    DumDL m,ni.;n,rr i^ nrra'no  terday, and all green aud stale fruit exposed   * J~u -u- *dm*  for sale was s>ei7,ed.  Scranton.  Pa., Aug. 12-A fearful explosion of fire-damp occurred in Central coal  mine this murumg. Several persons seriously  injured.  A large number of wo.raen and girls were  on a mountain near here to-day gathering  berries when a 1 hubder,Storm arose. Twenty,  one of them took shelter in an abandoned-  shanty. A few-.minutes alterwards the building wa.8 struck''by lightning. Twe women  wer������ instantly killed and seven others seriously i nj������i ced b 111 wil 1 recover-  W^sbington, August 13���������Reports from the  *&8&a of the Wassa(tee disaster now place the  number of lost at 71.     '  ; San Francisco, August 15^Z. Smith; the  senior partner of the firm of Ren ton Smith &  Co., Inmber dealers on Stewart street, accidentally fell down a hatchway In the ship  Catrier Dove at Mission wharf 6iis afternoon,  and fractured bis 'skull/ He died almost ia-  staatly.  Seattle, August 18���������Application for an in'  junction has been made by Benton Smith &  Co. of Port Blakely to stop work Upon ihe,  new town plot of Tacoma, now being snr-i  veyed and cleared for the terminal city flWie  Nor'tirerh Pacific Railroad. It appeat^ from  the papers filed io the case that WQ plaintiffs  have a lease of that land, 'tfSich has sixteen  months yet to run. with the privilege  of all  a'flying-visit to'Barkerville.last week...  it for' Ihe disposal of j A. Graharae, Manager of the Hudson Bay Co.  ail concerned in tbe ex-/( fn British Colombia, who Is oni.a tosr������of ia-  s'pecttoa, arrived by yei'terda^s'<^>rtAs:'���������'  .Ths Lost ^GAn-rrAn old miner, a member  of tbe.numerous Carihoo.family of'^George?,"'  has started to bunt for the lost lead on the  south-west side of Conktin gulch. uGeorge,:>  is sanguine of success: and many unlucky  Georges who have been engaged for .a number of years in hunting tor." lost leads," will  say " Amen-r*    _ .  Passengers by Barnard's last down Ex  press:���������Morgjati  Lewis,   Charles Alderdica  and Mr Townsend, for Yale;   Win. Stephen  son,-Mrs Stephenson, and Charles Wilson, for  Knmloops;   Kimball, for 150 mile  house 5  Thomas Moore, for Cache Creek ; P. C. Dun-  leavy. J. F. Hawks, M. P. Elmore, and two  Chinamen, for Quesnelmouth.  Acoipkxt.���������We learn by telegraph, that  Pearson's last down stase met with a serious  accident last Sunday a few miles above.Que*.  nelm'oitth. The horses took fright and boiled  over the embankment, smashing the wagon to  pieces. The driver and the one passenger  fortunately eseaped with but slight injuries.  Ancriox.���������That valuable freehold-property,  tlie Eldorado Saloon, Barkerville, will be sold  !at public auction on Sept. 1st, also the contents, consisting of two first class slate bottom  billiard tables, stoves, bed and bedding, &c*  ut same  lime,  the e>tate of the  late  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  LANG ANT) KC-UTZ COMPANY.  Work is being vigorously prosecuted. The  10-incb. pump was taken out of the old shaft  on  Thursday, and on Friday preparations  WILLIAMS CRKBK.  The Bedrock Flume co. cleaned up about  60 07,. last week. Baliarat co. 35 oz. Forest  Rose co. mak^tig about expenses. .  LIGHTNING "CRSKC.  Ross 00. are on pay again ; they washed  up 24 oz. last week. Spruce co., working one  pick, took out-54 02. last week and 23 oz. on  Thursday. Point co. washed up 226 oz; last  week and 64= 02. on Wednesday. .Victoria co.  "had 88 oz. last week ; have not washed up  this week, Vancouver co. look out 175 oz.,  last week mi 40 oz. on Wednesday, ;        ���������  GlpUSBCaEEK. ;  The several grouad sluicing claims are  eleaning up witb fair ih?.sh Its. Tlie Taxman  claim bas been -laid o ver :un til fail.  STEVENS ORE KK.   ..\  1 The two Chines������ companies7 working on  this creek are making from $3 to $5 per 4ay  to the'hand, 16 men working.  CAlifFOBNrA.  CKEEK. -.   .  On������ Chinese co. working on tMs( oyeek,  taking oat^ood pay.  WOLF CEEEK. ���������  A Chinese co. has started work ^a this,  creek, ground-filawnng-  ANTLER CREESE '. ; *     ���������  Nasoa������o drilling from their ghaft, malang  good headway. Lotliatr or0. washed.up 10  oz. last Saturday ;   still leaning up  Also,  David  Lewis, consisting of  house and lot,  barber's and dentist's tools, dry goods,'&c.  Cut with a Knife.���������O ne of the \n rabies of  a Chinese brothel at the upper eiid of Barkerville was badly cut on the hep.d last night by  a countryman,.and. robbed of- $300 in coin.  Tbe assassin made good tiis escape,   i v  Robbeut.���������A tjabiri in Stout's gulchy occupied by a. mincer urfcmed Lacy was entered by;  * thief last week, and $370 in.dii������fc abstracted  jTom abed ia which'it was hidden.    ;.   ���������  ��������� Thb NEJisos^CREEK TuAiL was finished by  the -cout-ractor oaWed^duv' Parties who  have Ravelled over it ���������*$& ita completioa  proCioun.ee it a good trail. . .,; -  Barnard's Expksss arrived shortly after 3  o'clock yesterday afternoon. The passenger  lift will be found in another column.      >  Salmon.���������Tn������ market has been well sup.  nlied for the past two weeks with esctdt.-nt  fresh salmon brought from Quesnelmouth,  and retailed at low prices.  McAu-  montns yeiwran.. w-un uiH pnvn������K������   ui   an   "��������� *~~  h~    H haitnmad ''ua hole in which Lliey  .^. i-i-S^V r ���������'.^jC^i.fwj  IMPORTANT  OF  J. P. DAVIES &CO. ;  Has received instructions from :  ;i HON. robertVbeaven^  .Chief- Commissioner, of -Lands and ..Works,  ������������������:'���������- '������������������/ ���������'..,;������������������/:; TO-SELL,'-. ':-:���������".,-������������������  By order of the Provincial Government,  ; f-; ��������� '  .( -XT-.THE  LIB OFFICE, VICTORIA,  i ON TUESDAY, SEPT. 30, 1873,      ;  ,..//.- At 12o'clock,Noon,.   ��������� ..\  On an Extended Credit;  The undermentioned Sections ia'-^  GOYERNMENT LAND SALE (Continued).  DISTRICT.  : % .  block: /-  ���������'.    BANG������.:  SECTION.  ���������i;-Nortn.i;  ./!'/: -i-fe  ���������'7-i9.y--.  '.X-MXy.  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'���������;:do''-  .da.  8  -������North  -   7 West-, ���������  '   If-  ��������� do  do  do  do'  ��������� A  ANorfch  IT-West  X  do  do  ... ������  yXMyy  ���������        do  Q  do  do  4         .  dOr     .  .   ./  do  5  da  do  -. ��������� t>'  . ;   .dO:  do.  7  do  do y  *������������������. ;������������������ 8  do .. ���������-.  da/  9  .    ������������0  do .:-;  30  ,;  dO-;   ������������������  do  ���������  11  da  do  .:.   12  do  do   '  13  do  do  ���������-    14  da  ���������   -do' -'  15  /do/',  do  16  do  do  17  do  do  18  do  da  39  do  do  20  ������ North  : TWest,  7.  do  do  8  do  do  14  do  da  ���������15  da  do  16  da  do-  .   17  do  do  18  do  do  19  do  do  .     20  do  do  21  do  &o ������������������  22  do  do  23  da  '/���������'/, da     ,  n  do  do  n  dos  ;     dO  26  do  do  27  do  do  .28  do  da  29  do  do  30  do  ;.:'.,:.^da'    .���������  81  do  :*L'4a?<  ' -  52  do  ���������Sda.;  83  do  do  S4  do  do  35   %  do  do  86  4 North  VII West  4  do  do  16  do  do  23  do  do  24  da  do  25  do  do  26  do  do  28  ACRES.  BLOCK.  do  do  5 Nortn  do  do  do  do  : do  do  do  :��������� -do  do /  do  do  5 North  do  do  , do  . do  dO:  do  do  do  do  ���������:   do  r  / ;.do;;  do ^  do  do  /.���������-da:r-  -do  ���������"/^'da/;  /do  ������������������/������������������'.do'-/  .    ;":.d0V  do  do  do  5 North  do  dov  do  r do  /do  -������������������ .da'-.:.:  do  do  /.do  do  do  i* .  do  -:   dO  do:  I'. do/;  do  6 -North  dp .  do  dO;  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  ��������������� North  do  do  do  do  '  do  ��������� ��������� do  do"  do  do  do..  do  - do  do  do  5 North  do  6 North  do  do  do  do  do  . do  do  do  do  tot,  35  36  49  50  51  52  59  68  69  70  71  n  73  BANGH.  do  .   do  ;V -lEas&  do  do  do  ;' do  do  do  do  do  do  ���������;-'-���������-do'-'  do  I West  do  ' ->M  do  ::      -dO  v.do    -  do  do  do  ���������   do /  '..���������:;:do  do  ���������/"'do',:,.;  /    do  do  do  do  do  -do  /do  do  do  /���������:::   dO X  do;  do  do  II West  xyxMiP  /; do  do  do  ,:d0  X."'  ; ;.  do '"  do  do  dO;    ./  do  dO/.  ."do.. /  do  do  . do /���������  dO   ;  IV West  do  '������������������ do  do  do  '     do  -  do  do  "    do  ���������   do  do  VWest  do  do  ���������-'    do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  .    do  do  TII West  do  lEaat  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  Total,  SECTION.  35  36  2    ,  10  11  12  13  H  8  10  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  23  26  34  35  at  33  19  20  25  ���������28  29  80  3i  S3  33  34  36  13  14  17  18  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  ��������� 27  28  35  36  17  25  1  13  13  28  29 ������  SO  SI  82  33  34  GROUP 1.  ACRES  GOVERNMENT LAND SALE (Continued),  LOT.  75 :  76  77  81  82  84  85  93  93  ACRES.  .LOT...  120  121  122  123  124  125  ACKES.  LOT.  156  157  .158  169  160  162  171  ACRES.  127  jza* Full particular* of the extent of each  Section, and Maps of the'same, can be had of  tbe^Auctio'neers at an early date.  J. P. DAVIES & CO.,  au16 Auctioneerp.  PUBLIC   NOTICE'  Road Extension Act, 1873  TTTHEREAS by a Proclamation, dated 4th March,  TT    1873, the if a inland ot British Columbia was for  tbo purposes'of the above Act, divided into five Road  Districts, viz.:  be Cariboo District. ���������' //"''-.-'':.  UoLillooct Road District.  .   The Yisle Road District:  ���������  The Kootenay Road' D is I rict.  Tbe Ne;v Westminster Road District.  NOTIC?; IS IIEHRBY GIVEN, that tho following  Collectors have been appointed for the said Distncts:  CARIBOO DrSTRICT.    ���������  6mir.eca Tolling Division���������W  H: Fitzgerald, Esq.;  NOTICES  Williams Lak-r- Polling-Division���������C. F; Pope, Esq..  Lillookt District. -.  Canoe Creek and Clinton Polling Divisions���������C. E.  Pop?, Ksq.  Lillooet Polling Division���������A. W. Smith, Esq.  Yauj District . \  Okuna^ran Polling Division���������C. A Vcrnnn, Esq.  Nicola Lake Polling Division���������Alex. Robb, Esq  Kock Creek Polling Division���������J. C. ITiynes, Esq.  Kamloops Polling Division- J. ftoyd. Ksq  Lytton antl Cache Crock Polling Divisions���������T. R.  Buie  Esq. -'./-.-'  Yale and Hope Polling Divisions ���������W. Evans, Esq  Kootsnay District.  Wild Ilorso, Perr>' Creek, and French Creek Polling  Divisions���������C. Booth. Esq. ...  Nsw Wkstmixst a DistnicT.  '  CbilIhvbeck, Langk-y, N'cvt Westminster, Burrard  Inlet, and  North Arm Polling Divisions���������H. H. E-i  men as, Esq. ,... .  Kii^v WESTifi.vsr>R C.fT7 District.  H. V. Edmonds, Esq.  By command.  JOHN ASH,  Provincial Secretary.  Ficoria, April 4th, 1S73 ap25 "m  Wet MCMII1UD, 8nd  D' Lenevu������To7^o^^  Jeremiah Rogers and Coote M. Chamber Ar t������  rard Inlet, Esquires.   .... ^amoera, of Bw.  S; ?; ?iIson Browri������ of Alderley, Esquire  '  -W. Ht Morrow- John J. Gulbraitn, ami MnSh**"  of Kootenay, Esquires. .-.. ' aas&a������V  Jamen Robb and G. F. Dcabblo, of Comor ���������������  quires. .., . *> ,���������*  :James Mackle, of Langley, Esquire,  * Charles B. Bword. of Matsqui, Esquire  ��������� Donald McGilvery and David Miller; of Sumass &.  quires. ��������� y ������-,���������. '  Thomas.Bell, Edward Pearson, John Chinn ������,,������  Jonathan Kutt, of Barkervillo, Esquires        PP'    4  Richard-Deighton and D. McNaughten, of H  4.  Creek, Enquires ���������     * 0I a' 7(s?  Adam Preotis, John Lamont Muir, and John J. fa?  atone Robertson, of Lightning Creek, Esquires  Abraham' Barlow,' oi tho Town of QuefnH Fen. t������*  Robert Burnio McMlcking, of Yale, E'cuire  James Cunningham and W. Clarkson, of New v ������i  mtnfter, Enquires. t "'  W. D  Ferris^and H. L. DeBeck, of Xorlh J to  Fr������ser River, Esquires. ra������  W, H. Ladner, or South Arm, Frascr River Esa  -'"  By command ���������    *'  ��������������� n' " ARTHUR J. G. PINDER,  aP2fliam Private Secretary,  .,    . Provincial Secretary's Office, .  25th,April, 1873.  His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor has been  pleased to'nppplnt the following gonUomen to receive  "perform the duties heretofore a j l������'tied to the Stip^n  diary Magistrates under 'The Bills of Sale Ordiuincs'  1870," and ''The BHls of Sale Amendment Act J873"  and the "Cattle Exemption Act, 1871," in 'anrf fir  the Electoral Districts, or Polling Divisions of Electoral Districts, set opposite their respective names:  W. H. Fitzgerald, E������q��������� Polling Dlvjsiou of Omineci  ���������������������������: J. Bowron, Esq., Polling Divisions of Kichneld ani  Lightning Creek.. .,...- ��������� y.  O. Haro, Esq.. Polling Divisions of K������*-lib ley Croek  and Quesneiroouth. '   ;  ' .  C,   E; Pope, l������>q.,  Polling  Divisions of Williams  Lake. Can^e Creek, and Clinton.  A.-W. Smith, Esq., Polling Division of UUooet.  "W. Teague, Esq., Electoral District of Yaie.  H. V. Elmon-'s, Esq., Electoral Districts of Ne#  Westminster Ctty������������cU District  - ���������  C. Booth, Esq., Electoral District of Kootenay.  By command. JOHN* A>H.  Provlucial Secretary..  Appointments,'  Proviuclal Secretary's OfSce,  19th April, 1673.  H IS Excellency tho Lieutenant Governor has been  U ploasod to appoiu'. the following gentlemen to  oo Returning O.Tic:>rs ior the. several Electoral DJs  tnets of the Province, un>r an I to cirry out the  provisions of "Tho MemOer^ In'iicmnitv Act 1873"  CARiBOO���������Jamos Lindsay, Esq.  LILLOOET���������A W. Smith. Esq.  Esq.  AND  DISTRICT���������  150  160  160'  160  160  160  160  186  ni  no  160  160  KOOTENAY���������Cornelius Booth  YALE���������Wm. Teacue, Esq.  NEW WESTMINSTER  CITY'  H. V. Edmonds, Esq  - By command,  -   . J0ENASH,  Provincial Secretary.  A COTJRT GP GENERAL ASSTZE AND  ii Gaol Delivery, and 6f Nisi Prlus, will be brl' at  each of the undermentioned pi ic:s as icll.ws, x^ pt  the same be hereafter changed by Order in Couuci; ���������  SPRING CIRCUIT.  New Westminster, Wednesday, May 14.  Yah, Monday, May 10.  Lyiton, Thursday. May ���������?2.  Kamloops Wednesday, May 2S.  Clinton, Monday; Jun? 2.  Quesnelmouui, Friday. June 11.  Richfield, Tuesday, June 17.  -���������FALL CIRCUIT.  Richfleld, Tuesday, September 16.  Quesn^lmoutb, to be fixed hereafter, Ifaay business.  Clinton, Thursday, October 2.  Kamloops, Tuesday, October 7.  Lytlon, Monday, October 13.  "i'aie, Tnursdoy, October 16.  New Westminster, Tuesday, October 21.  Asstzes at Nanaimo and elsewhera will, when necsi  sary, be hereafter.fixed.  Dated 17th day of April, 1873.  By command. nrr  - JOHN ASH,  myl0 Provincial Secretary*  mylO  .   Provincial Secretary's Office,  19th April, 1873, <:  TTIS Excellency tho Lieutenant Governor has been  U pleased to appoint the following gentlemen to  be Registrars of certain Electoral Districts. uXSnd  to carry out the provisions ol " The"Qualification and  Registration or Voters.' Act 1S71 " ^   -  CAIUBOO-John Bowron, Esq.  LOT.      ACKB9,     LOT,  99  130  101  135  105  136  106  137  107  138  108  HI  109  142  110  113  IIS  144  116  147  11?  149  118  150  118  155  1563  ACRES.  mylO  v   v.        .     ,,     ���������   DISTRICT���������  v. Edmonds, Esq,  ���������By command,  JOnN ASH,  Provincial Secretary,  LEA & PEBRINS'  -.'.���������.' Celebrated  WORCESTERSHIRE    SAUCE  Declared by Connolsseurtto "bo  THE   ONLY   GOOD  SAUCE.  Provincial Secretary's Office,  Hw-������    ��������� . 10th April, 1873.  n^SfC3r !h0.Perut^a������t Governor has been  - pleased to make thefollowinj? appuintments w  Benjamin  Douglas and   Robert ,B.   xMcMickine ���������  DS,!aSof������YalaIe' t0 be c^onersfqrtlSCBSli  *J$y command.  mvtft ' JOHN ASH,  ���������y Provincial Secretayy,  ParvATE SEcmrrART*s Office.  HT0 _, 4th Aprllj,1873.  IS Excellency the LieutenantGoveroor has been  nomnEfd ?S,ac5 th6 'lowing Gentlemen on tho  Columbia thoPeaceIor th0 Province of British  wJLA" Truzr2>y- Curtis Ward, U.  P, RUKet, R.  Wallace,J. H.Turner, AlexandorMcUan, Q.J ^  Caution againstFraud.-The h������������m;[*  most delicious and unrivulle.d Condiinent WM  caused certain dealers to apply the name oi wmlw  tershire Sauce" to.their own inferior compoonus, lu������  public la hereby informed thaitht only way to p������\  euro the gonuinoi is to .  ASK FOR LEA & PERBINS' SAUCE  andtoseo that, their names ar������ upon the *u?w������  LABKia'sTorrim, and bottle.       '      .- A���������e,mT,iicd  Someof theforeign markets having beC������f4K  with a spurious Woroestereh ire 8a������ce,ujion t m w'j  per and labels of which the names of Xcaafit|i i������n  have been forged, L. and Vt.B^^^^a^'  hare furnished their correspondents wUii Fy  attorney to take^lnstant. proceedings a������a,,nh8.;, *lw.  AcruaEseand yjBNJDOBSofsuch, .or any otQWl,H  onsbywhlchtheirrightmayheinrriPgoa.  LEA & PERRINSJ Sance and^e|  on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, a"  Ask for  . Name  Stopper. ���������  Wholesale and for export by theProprletort,"  ester; Crosse an d Bio ckwell, London,.co.  y(3r������<j������rsandOiJuiea ������ai?ersally  M  "j  **i  Ms  1  i


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