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 y  y  MX  Sift.W  m  i  u  u..  x^r -18  Barkerville.JW'illiam Creek, B,C., Saturday. ..August ,8, 1874.'  n  THECAlUBOOSENri?  ���������* Published every Saturday by  ROBKK T    II 0 LLC WAY.  'Subscription. -  *  25 Cftnts ner AVoek,  junior AnvBicnaso.  fnr>m ������J������iivirc(yUoliioh)( ilrst layulen,  .     u '��������� l������ft.������������������ IllilUlh,    ���������  Ffir t v oV:q ii a f os fi r *< i n s ������������������ r I ton,   .-".;���������   ���������  olio m������iiUi, -   ���������   * '-   ���������  S3  9  Agents tor the*' Cariboo' Sentinel.1*' .  V':m WinkK    ���������  ' QiL'snHiii'Hitli,  tf'ijii Creek,'    ���������  ���������:   ill'llUU,       ���������: ���������  iY&Z '."-:��������� ���������     -  ;   JHV Wi^UlVlHStlT .  ;.ViRt������n!i;:" ;:-  UfV Fibber, ;  ^���������.G'Sli'tet,-)-.������'<  ���������'. '- L!a������!s*y.  l^rnndV fexprvs*  B;triiiir*i*4>'.F.x'i������rt>^i  Uur������.ir������l?s Efrprr*'  U'v ii������t  .Mm Murray  Jlr j>lK������k.*j*|Main;  dtp Kr.au* cc  ������3 Oiraliitii LfUrb.ii..H.C  lt$g PRINTING  .<Iwilp;6jr0������ejus. !V.sieiyarnd Pr o'.srninmesforj  . : . Mlf v^ul Tbea trkrA I Kri f ei:*tnf ii iht*n'PH f     j  |: ^S^Kxecuieu u-i 1 *s ne.i tne������v uin{disf>a"tcb^jrsf [  ��������� Term? mo������Jentne. . ���������*-'-, ... '     }  BY  labors. .Mr Jnlni TriUch will proceed, at  mice to survey from Hope down lo New  West minis ter.  CANADA.  New York. Anjrnst l-.\ Montreal dispatch  says sretit exciument prevails over lata  transaction* iu Urn iTabinH which have jii<=l  enme to light. Cabinet members have ex  changed a piece oj gondliim! tvniih SliKUlM  Tor another tract worth $:iO.OOO\- Jndimiatinn  meeiiniiH hnvrj been held, end it is ru mure if  several Cabinet Ministers will resitrn.  St. Thomas. Ontario. August 1-A large  fun occurred 'here, ihi������ afternoon. Loss  $������0,000; insurance, $25#GU..  Quebec, AueiwM���������Hon. Mr Trrinir lias re-  >i/raed hi* portfolio in IIse; Local (WerumenI.  It h ex nee ted I lint M. J.diy will be called on  to funis a new tyniklry,  Madrid. July27���������l'\>riy one Cn.rii*'?. mo������������i!y  nVdites. liare luau a rivaled ut J'oircel'Min by  way of reprisal fur ihu.Jii'liti limit cou duel of  Vbii'-Carlisisi  . 'EXPRESSES. STEAMERS. &c-  MISCELLANEOUS. '  (Carrying Her Majesty's Mails.).  LEAVES   BAUKERVILLG    FOR   -YALE  ' EVERY SUNDAY ��������� MOMfflfi,':  Connecting with steamers at Qnesnelmonth,  Vale, New \V������������stiniuslei' and Victoria.  Freight ft a a Passengers carried thruujjn at reason-  aba- r.Ut-s. ���������'���������'���������'���������(.:- ���������  For pacd ur Knu<j!it bii-l Vaf*hw..'. apply lo  ���������������������������;*' ������EO: IJVUN'KS, Av'WU,  ."-j>20 iSuikemlte:.  e arson's  , BAUKERViLLE,  Auctioneer, Commission  and Mining Agent, ���������  ER AID COPEMCEL  gj^'Goniifi recti vM ond stored In FIRE-PROOF  CELL AH, and liberal advaucua made on same, at  reasonablerates?. ���������   my 0 6m  ���������  ZZyZZyXlTUXWS., ..���������'.  1 IV/fiiiriinii.\2*i������������pi������ii:^j^u^eiigt������ri(:by Bttru������fd  - ���������i''uA up Kxer������^;   , _������������������ \  *  . '��������� y\i��������������� ��������� B������-eay Mtiil ��������� rwiv; ch������b 1 r������uifi{MK* L(*i'A���������  .bar������|,'_j.-fmjiv.Vi������i_.1j*m"feU-';.;.-;)lr wiui ;AHs^l^������wi���������^  ������'������������!;sii':Sliif i'27: wU jiiauSe; ��������� niui oh% Cbiim    ..     . \27 nijje  Tii-M������.H*r l^ukervjlie.  ���������... t\  !,,r,".:'*l.:���������"���������������-.. iirjre   mat  ifip. ;rtu!  "wwt'M- Uyrrv shmay,;';,;So 'iiiUCli  rain 1������^^  iiig.aohkv Cft'������: be lavidj'.^ . ������������������  ;.;:.';...'���������������������������{"��������� vrrr()*Ria.--' '��������� '.���������-'  Win riii, Aii pi* i  I "x- nU\ tetj n i a a d e n l   M c* j  MWlr%"fa,lk lelluiUMlfrtitn ibe Hceite  of  lb������ '  ���������    , ,        ��������� M.SAVKS  BARKERVILLE   FOR  YALE  Mndrid. Jti ly  27 - The  siejimer  M: 'b'anV. I IJ   a\yry ulu-niitv Sutunuiy,  1   MAKING IHE TBI? IM 4 W������SK,  <;aum:c;tas ������Uh   The Sumiht-J  at  Quriuche.uuth;  Vatt*, u a j New WV.-titnuster.  %A,. TrV-asuro Car add at One-half of-Ono  pur Gem.  Vracht mil la^-n'r'av nrrhal cl������,s������|������>r than 'hy.  C<������l  lid'n������jf wiih sbe *iVin:jer ILuiknw.    Irifujen of  IbeiliJbank's crewiwitra joVl.  .  L������������ndi������u. J.t*y 2!) --The tnttjnn fur di������'nhf  Una of f he   ]?r< ���������* ie 21   A -*e u������ b I y  w a>������ il v!������'ra I ed I  (Jerui-.ny   )^-ue������*   ii'^'circtilur   l������������   ihe   Oren'  I'o*vei-s  tu f'fWii  a Cd'irib'iti-itiuh  lo [i te Vet tt  fiii-llier .atroei'b's by (yirliaisi  -L.ondon.; .luly  'JS���������D'de^Ui'K   will briJJenl  fr*ui������-'K������������jjl.iTi������i ���������������������<}������������������������ lin>������-������i-}< Oe.e_������i*eN������.  Tin* In** by f\r������ jit lluv Llv\������r*>������'id dock  IH 0  mil linn nf d"U������o>.  J������ii*������i *'<M I*** ������vee*ved cuiemtulaiioiift fi'Viin  ;tiwv*������rii.^.^s6o*w.?fu������wn':^r^  ii*sjifi'������iiKiit'.,i������. y  The On'rltyis Imv.e ������ihm:u;f������d nnniher v:cto:v  ov������������r Hie Jb-puhnenu" sti TKo*.    t' U ri������\%iyi-u*il  thai ihf  Rennli iejiiw imvylml %SSA ib'-julbil:  ijsmi "|H-������.vHiCis c*i|it{i;vd��������� Inuu   llie  N<uiodb^  Co'nmo.  Tin.- IV^tdeni r������f ih������* (*uban H^juib ia bn**  hrf.V.n ^hh. iifj,u������ ������tv Hti'^itiXKHtfiit' ������ii''uu,* | O'abuvd Orejjiiu in, de������rr.������y   evi'ryrjunz  !h"I  hir.'sv ii. 'TheSii|������errH������������ui������lt-Mi will rec.'tu-! <:������* <aoi luv his iunnl* U;**������ii".    A   g������fiii*r������"l  up-  ^C'l ihatii u,ny (;(lb|c, uiu- utile* in  leu^la. j r"Mh\f of Ihe i'<^^ K U^r-M.  V p't.r.tir.'d.   Tim (oM. will be about $7,DUO,      Tim dinarl.T* *'������' ihe Ivn������k'?������( Kn;:la:tid laive  fixed l|:u I'M:' rd dtJt(U.ai at :V jnT; c������*������l.  ,,���������.,���������; ������.. ,..* , ILvmine. J illy XD-'JV Carli*1s claim a  ***������H*wit,������ n.'ui >ainn^ in ihe l<������>yat R������������i������d.^.jfreat vi������(ury >>v*t ilii* ^���������������|Mibl!t:n������w in an. en?  itCcoiiipMiiifti by '���������> ni'Vn''1rmn his ship, when'x/H^MUenl it';*r ihu /r.'U'b-r.- L'������h<������^ very  tbe.be-as \%ua U|iMit>u������d dri.'ied ,luwuid������ Ui*']liei:ry on bo.b ������<i������le>. lie* I'ailis-t* rieay ijmJ  HMii.Mvilh ihe������������������iwu"ei**ii, iii rising 10 i'fi������ up 'Uuae U uiiy hailb in ������le.*tr ivj mt i t^L a tivicid ���������������?������������������.  hirn-d bou.uii. They were seen from eluue. Il is i-eju'ii led il'i.af i*;.-ianauy intends iukiilif  *)jr officer McOnrtliy.'nnHla bowt dwpalcbed lu hmin������*di if������ mo! Hnin^-n.J in''.wur*������ '������o hi������m������  r^*^)^f^'"..^ti..iilif'ii off tiny wei>'|fiViuleu\!ua^a������;r^tby Cn'Iii-ia if I'raiicc t������-  4 f tistfS to do so,  Luudsui, A ni est 2 -.-The Si mid ard say* the  re|i.iri that Kiit'hind.G'jniui;iy mid hii.ly have  ncraed lo wuich th" Sjj'uai^li ennsi i- ibuii-ed  fienmnv hiK nni. prnjib^eij infervemian le  Ansiriii. bni lb������* l.������Uc*r has b**������.������n recjuesu-d i<������  ;������iry oih.i-.Lm-.   iPi)-No Ki/ilil TrVivctung hy.ihU  1'i'T r.tti'S ot Frcli'hl or lV.f*Ht;<>, :������p;������ly In  JttKtf  J0X-\TllAX XUIT, Ac-nt,  lUrKcrville.  ST r/ViVIEH TVltJTdKTA'  ini.trtit;. lie j j, j tttH iumitl^.  Yeslcj day ul Lm noon. Lieu I,   Moody  pf tbe  PILL   cb*M-M*S'SCK   HKR: RFGULAU  Trjpf on ihe Ib'i'.i Juu-.������, ruiiuiiif'as U/Utiusruulll  utahta* muse-:  Loaves StMlA'CUKEK oh THURSDAYS,, af { I'mir.jXly. irtteiiwlly. and at the lowest going rates  ���������i n'vlocl;. u.ai  *\V  ���������  EO TO iNFOIiatTnFIUKIUEXDS AND  lliO public that tbey have qpouud a  Saloon in Barkerville,  (Ub'e dpor.-bclow the XIC-11C OFFWE,)  or llics-������leor WIIJES-, LIQUORS������wl CIGARS  of ihe host quality.  BlELEYi OATS."0D V2CETABIE8  ���������jiii , FOR SALE.  WORK ON THE C. P. RAILROAD  MAY  BT DELAYED,        -  ������IT  ksmith, - -  Is at lils old eiaiul; un 1 ls prepared to do  ALL KINDS OF WORK IN HIS LLNE.  Leaves gi;h.S\KLMO*JTU on SUNDAYS, at  hill |v<s������ :i pui.  ' KiiltJGiiT, - ��������� $16 per tun of 2,000 lbs.  A. S/UAT&v  ; ^daCrL-k, Juucl2r1871. j ^ .  N a-Hivius   a   LATHE   on    tho   prcmUw;  Turned Work made a specialty,  inyltl .'i:n  quite exbuuste,!. buviriir nccapivd ttieir peril-  ,,,^)'-iU'MUllKiy;-hnii4ll Mir!  ���������cualbtj,.DiitiuiH, k r.naliu of ihirfcby Imve  tmm& advices I ro,,*, Gi;^,w ^{ ihe bark  ������ am-���������i.'.ai. will, 5o0 tons rd irun pipi^ lur Ihf  ���������* ifiluritt,W������ier Woii^, WUff u> 8aii ou tbo J5iu  II i L G  Mmrs. Hears!, Line .A MeMaster* Imve  K������mc lo tl,, ibijw rfilveimiuebtoexauiiuv  ������,||,i''q'urt������.sto.l!1ei!-ricluii^.. ..  Viclnria, Aimn.t UTne lkitisl>*fd>ip. Uow-  tuii uilwt rinii, IVn.TownwMurtor SitW  fwi      \f,'w ^m ��������������������������� *t������li ������fiuw nioMily  '"������  ���������>������������������������ A.11111I. i.t;i.irinjf *ni-ftd'vwico  wtlhip wn,. n,H..(J,VI,1,i)V .im( lVl||H(!ll t0 K0  ;   'l'n!,ll,,i,,������ m iheHi.ipMbnuMiml rn-  ~iae.wor.hy;    Tl niwtuww .wiie  l^^iroMsuuda-Hihon-i,,!  Mr Oh;uh^  ,\j  in Victoria.  wita  residua  n������ar  jiiiii ihe ndn-r i>n\ver.s ill  reouguitiuti  of I lift  Spanish Uejiublie.  New York. AujriiM 2*-A Herald siuwfnl  stales iniricate complicatinnH have mwii bu-  hveen (>n������w������V "������"1 ��������� France concerning  SniuUBb tifr.iirH.in'l lhat n dipbVmalic ruptiii^  buLvWti thuHti iKuyei^ fa lhru������tan*'d. :  Beedy & Townsen  ���������AT TIIK-  ' Hun.. *; wut-jiitv, who  residua  rumr ��������� ��������� ������Tnrr%rtr|' 1? cfTAPTI*  - fc    "! tt!,������,,rin,-J> ^���������perinterulent ol. ATT) V Aft \\[l\ K.LL 0 lOlul  -" 4,ml r^i'nste���������ed. thu Venmra. 'She  S^i?i?"!l,,p l0T^ "������������������ ^rnca between  ';'u{ Victni<in.   1vfi������ eiiKioen  'tedpiHidforiii  Entice Alfrrd ������ro iuung pu1  inproTeiiient on lier  ������ou.   Show r,>('?'1 '"������'! ftce'""1"-  fa'Xte^f *"' *>������* ������"is morning  ������'"<���������<���������"cfmni, 'r B",v,'ys tt,"] '" ������������miuetiio'  ������0" / ?r riUv'"-y ,,,,,'"8"s-  survey  ,      ^  of tfao  conpluuka uf Jiisj uvogcut  ^^u'S at &rJLr-Ui h*~ "** of th0  LIGHTNING1 CREE  c%  Keep on. hand ever thing  Thopatr^.V4^oliboi?l!yoS,,n.lod t, "*$**  S'KALE!) TKNDKRSrAnDRESSRD " TRN  d"i- for Thonipsun ]i\\i>r Bridge,*' will  be received by ibu unduMilfned lip In \2  0 clock no-in of Monday, August 10. lor tho  coittuueii mi of a  IililDGE OVIilt THOMPSON RIVElt, NEAR  LYTTON.   -  Plana and specifications can bo peon, and  blank foniH of leiub'rand Hgroeinent lo e.\*e-  e.nt.0 bond can b������'obhiined at ihe Mfliou of  ihe Lauds and Wnrks Depart 1 nunI, Vietnrja.  KhcIi Tender must he uecuniponied by an'  airreeineiil, to execute a bond duly signed by  Ihe Gonlrnclor liiiuWlf and two olhor responsible rt'rfi den Is of the Province, in a punal  Rum amounting to ona-qaaiier the coiilt'aci  price/, for tbo faithful cumplotion of tho  work. ' /���������    . ��������� '  No .Tender will b,o ncceptud unless aecom  pani������������d with an agveeuwnt to executo a bond  us above.  The lowest or any Tender not necessarily  ac cup ted.  ROBERT BRAVEN.  Chief Conunisfiiener of. Lands aud Works.  Luiida and Works Department,)  Victoria, July 16, 1874 {   \  auL  NOTICE. '  TIIR UNDISRSIGNKiThaVE FORMED A  I.    i������!iriiii'Wliin for g-'noral tr.irtlng liurpascs, to bo  V^Viak^, Sl'v l.MST-L  J. C. Rt-l'inY.  ^\. U'OW^K'NIX  iayJ.0  LEA & PERBIKSl'    ���������  Celebrated  WORCESTERSHIRE'   SAUCE  Dec fared by Cou polsscur^ti/ he  THE  ONLY    GOOD  SAUCE,  GiuUon a?avast Fraud.���������The snecoss of i'u*  ni'i������:i ilelicious and uurhaillcd Coiulbucitt having  c;ius<-������? certain <lcalerpLo apply the name of "ttorctffl*  i������jr.-inr'.' .Sauce1' to.ilu:ir own infcrivr consptun'^t "*;  puhln- \a Ik1 ruby in fur in ea tha It-bt only way *.o$ra~'  r.nrii ibe genuine, is to  ask: for lea & perrinsj batjck-  ftiut instia that their uauv������6:iro upon the wxuiyj:k;  i.AUias^S'r'U^KK.uinUhiTTii:,  Soin e: u Kb 0 ft r*Jl n n "������:i r k 'U 8 li it v I������ a boons u ppliott.  wii.li ftsiiuritnis.Woixeslcr.-iiinSnaci'.upon the wrap,  per n in! bt hols ol which the name* Of Lea ������in������i IVriia*  hnvo been forgod, .1.. and 1'. give notiivothai tbey  li.ivo furnished their correspondents with power t*i  Htiiirucy to take insmnt pwceeilhig.1* itRiiinyt maxU*.  FACTUnkaaniul -Yiu*������fW*������i HuttUt-aT������i������y-<������llierlwlW^  tio a shy which the I vri gli 1 mu.y he infringed.  Ask for LEA & PSE-RINS' Sauce and-se&.  " Name oa -"Wrapper������ L abe 1, B0 ftle, and  Stopper.     .     . ���������  Wlinlfsale iiinl for. fxport hy the propri.oinrs, Wer*,  C!*sIht: Owmu k Hliickwcll, L<.mlon, io.,. &c.; tm-l .  by Gruuera inul Oilmen-quiveKaliy. . *,  I First-class Steam JSiigme  for Sale.;  pOR ?AhK, THE FORK^T UOSK. STEAM K^HKK,  X   wiUi lloioiiu^ Crw oompt'itv. '  OAKS. uaCKBTS, I.nCKS,MmiNa.BLACl^  SMITH, ANO aVUt'KNTiiR TOOLS,  - ��������� Asn���������  6,000 LAGGING  ^mjiuix MoxitriK.  . July 50. juiiiiw  i     i  .������   :  i?  E?'  i  m 'c2r  a  rifE CARIBOO  .SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, "1874.  ���������THE ROYAL COMMISSION.  The 13oyal Commission to inquire into tbe  "TexbadaScandal resnmedlts sittings on too.  ���������1'7th ultimo.   The following extract from the  "V:cloria Standard shows tbe present situation  .v>f.' the inquiry :���������" The evidence of Sir John  A -Macdonald shown how utterly false was  rt.htt story that Mr BeCosmos had offered to  sfecll the lead to the CanaOian Goverhmont for  -$159,0X9 as the price of lifa support." * Sir  ���������Jtihir 6ays:" "Neither Mr DeCosmbsnor Mr  'Walkem negotiated or offered So negotiate, or  -ati'tempied: to enter into any treaty with me,  "r to my knowledge with any other person,  ���������concerning any sale or disposition cr working of.any lands or.iron mines or minerals  . Wi'luate in Texada Island, or any audi land or  :any mines or* minerals in Texada Island.''  And Mr Sproat is no" less explicit in Ins* denial  ������������������that Mr DeCosmos had placed the stock dn his  liands for sale on flit* occasion of Ms visit to  . ��������� CLondoo.   Mr Sproat. says : "Neither Amor  ' {DeCosmoa nor Mr Walkem,. nor'any oilier  Melaxcuoly Acoine.s-r.���������A melancholy accident occurred on Wednesday morning, 5tli  [list. In the White Pine company's shaft,  Conklin gu tab, toy which Mr Felix D&oust lost  his life. ' It appears that the air in tbe shatt  was so very font that.on Tuesday afternoon il  was found necessary to slop work, and a fire  was made iu a bucket and lowered down by  the order, of deceased, who was foreman of  the claim, which he unfortunately thought  would have tbe effect of consuming the foul  auybut which a little consideration should  have told him would consume or drive out  the good air and assist in the 1 ur tbe r formation of slill more poisonous gases. There  were only three men working in the claim���������  the deceasedi James Bojce, and John McLean��������� and oh - Wednesday morning, at 7  o'clock-, they were on the ground for thc purpose of commencing work, ttoyce was sent  to work in.the old tunnel, which was on the  point of being connected with ihe shaft for  drainage'purposes, and deceased was lowe.ivd  down the shaft by Mr John McLean, thc only  remaining man on top. The deceased had  been down the shaft sonic minu'es and sent  up two buckets of rubbish, when Mc.L*������: n  .':%  hoard him groan, and  then a splashing as if  person, male or female, living or, now dead, j if he ba(1 fftjj^; {tlt0 waterf a few jnchl.s of  ^ver.didnegociateoroffer.or.a whfch generally collected at the bottom of  -ter npon any treaty with me or any other per-  t!;e BlafL   McLean immediately lowered th-  ���������X "^on, so far as I know, concerning any sale or  -disposition or working I of any lands or iron  mines or minerals situate in Texada Ldand.'*  . *Tbiis Mr Robson's allegations vanish into thin  air.   He is without a peg to stand upon.   He  ��������� is proven by his own witnesses to.be a public  ;   libeller of honest men. a wilful calumniator  X������f private Character.  He has put the country  .   .to a needless expense of several thousand do*-  lara to gratify a malevolent desire lo  injure  'fcis neighbors, and we hope that "when the.  . /House ��������� next meets i t wi 11 find a" way to teaeh  ���������"Mr Robson tbat such conduct as he has been  ''{guilty of toward the members of the Govern-  .  .ment cannot be praci ised with impuuiiy. biit  ���������deserves, and in such a way as will maintain  ; v  .������������������tbe dignity of, tho. Legislature.^ ���������  TJIE ENGLISH PRESS-ON .THE BAIL  WAY DIFFICULTY.  "''The following extract from the London  Morning Poet, an influential Liberal journal,  shows that Brilish Columbia s appeal  to the  Imperial  Government meets with   the ap  ���������proval of both the great political parlies in  "England :���������': The British Government ought  o.������t to leave Brilish Columbia to deaf single-  banded with Canada in this affair.   Thei e can  ��������� be no doubt that British Colnmbia has been  badly treated. {The {Imperial. Govern men f  agreed to and sanctioned the union, of British  Columbia to,Canada, but only npon- flit terms  -which it ia now sought to change.   The ��������� Im  pe'rial guarantee for a portion;of   the funds  for the railway was promised on the condi  ti ens which it is now  sought  to   modify.  Neither "Brilish Columbia nor its friends claim  that the railway Should be  completed  by  1881, for that, however possible it might once  have been, is not now possible.   But what  they do contend for is that* th e>r ail way should  be begun without any-further delay than may  % he indispensable for the preparation, of-.the  plans and contracts, and that the construction  of the lino should be proceeded with as fas'  n������ circumstances will allow,of.   Surely British Columbia may look to the Imperial Government to pro en re such terms for her,   In  fact the vigilance of the Home Government  U. required to prevent as far as possible an  injury being inflicted on a very distant and  almost powerless colony.   Judging from the  past, we should suppose, that Lord Carnarvon  would be well inclined himself to see I hat full  justice is done to British Columbia,   And we  trust that he is directing his attention to the  p flairs of that  remote  region, which, as we  v nve freq nen tly, shown be fo re. m ay h a ve a n  i'nmense importance not only for Canada but  fur Great Britain."    >  Tub Victoria Daily Standard says ihe Hon.  M r Wal Item has re'a c bed London. Th ere i s  very little doubt as to the success of^his mia*  sion.  KEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  The First Annual Pie-Hid  OF THE  Williams mm. FIBS  Will. TAKE I'liACK  On Tuesday next, Au?  ON THE TOP OF THE BALD MOUNTAIN  at the head of Williams Creek.  -A   GENERAL "INVITATION  'is extended bv the Brigade to the inhabitants  of Williams and the adjoining Crocks.  .REFRESHMENTS   WILL   GE  PROVIDED  BY   THE   BRIGADE-  p?r  AM thos'Mvishing io join (ho KrerPOM  on" that day will Imvllm kindness to Wave  their names with the S������'cr������*l������ry ol i;he Oviu-  niiilfe. oh or before 8 o'clock on Sunday ere  niif������������-!Hu inst.    p> FRANK .PCRRKT.  SecrHtury ol Committee.  Barkerriile, August S.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  PUBLIC_ NOTICE:  at iboo  ������  rope  arid   shmiled   to   deceased   to   seize  bald of it, but receiving no reply he ran  off for' assistance, which took some time, us  lhere was no claim working within a distance  of a quarter of a mile.   The alarm was soon  given, arid men from the various claims in Ihe  giilch   hurried   .to   ihe   spot.    Mr  Robert  Heal, who was among the first th arrive at  the shaft, immediately tried to <?o down, but  Minin-0..m()^ji.^ :or l,������e ! r.l im-l uy th-mCni   c-  .':,--' c-'rrtimr.*' Wirti  "Tim- O.-lt Miniii? /UiendrmmrAc,  sible to descend more t- at a \^i ������siXTY(W) imys 'rum m- -1:������t*��������� live -..i*: pr.������  anus.  VOnOB   IS   HERERi'    OIVF.N'    THAT   CROWN*  1>    ('runs will hi* i^s������i*>tl t.i the un.ii nn' anion -a  found it impnssi  few feet.    Watr was-then thrown into the  shaft, and Mr Hurry'McDermolt, alter having  with   great  presence   of   mind' prelected  his respiratory 'organs as far as possible by  wrapping a cloth around his face, finally suc-  "ccfirfeci'Irigiitting (Town, when lie found   the  unfortunate man lying'fa cd downwards in the  water at tho bottom of ihe shaft.   The b'ridy  wag quickly  hauled -up, and a ���������meFg'en'gcr  sent for medical assishmce, but when   Pr  Cbipp arrived it was nearly an hour after ihe  sad occurrence, and he found that life was  entirely extinct,  death   having  apparently  b^eri caused almost immediately by suflbca  t^nn.    About twenty minutes   had  clapped  from the lime McLean left for assistance "until  the body of the poor fellow was fmuled up.  A gloom was cast over the community when  the san1 event I became: known.   Mr *Daoijst  was well  known in this district as an energetic miner, ami possessed many good qua!*  ilies which endeared him1 to.a lar^e number  of fr iends;   H is rem a ins. were ���������. ta ken. c h a rgp  of by the brethren of; Cariboo Lodge, F   &  A.M./ and were hurled; with full   Masonic  honors,in the Cnm^rqnton cemetery on Thursday afternoon, RiL Jonathan NtUt performing ihe fuoerai service.   A large number of  people from Liffbtning and oullying creeks  and the majority of the residents on this  creek followed theremaiiis'of Ihe poor fellow  to the grave.   Felix*Duonst was a native of  ^teauLanding.Canada.asTnall town on the  bank of the St. Lawrence a few miles east of  Montreal, when; his mother resides.   .  viile t in* uhjccU i\ ii I-i-liio-l a-.'iiu-t t'i<������ i^'ufng nfihe  s'.'ilflf nts with tdu (*ii}.*r t>nti'Mi-.-!>h������*vr i.������r j-iiv'i*  and Wmks h.Toro llio cxpir.Ux'n ������i pits k,U ki\\y  day?, viz.:���������'  Tlie C roteh r*<>:r������n������ny (lllll Calm).  ...Ti������c Myr.h' C'ir.|vmy.  The ndl ������r >t CmipMiv.  The AI rt Ompoiy.  The Mul/iir '.iH.'osTijja'riv-  To I' r-<t U"J.. C'Vm'i'iuny.  'j'he l-ni-n Ounp-uiy. ?'  TU.*Tinu;i������ oloju Uiunp-fiy.  The U.jai'hvoo I Comp my.  Plamjo.": tlif* lYiinhi'^pr'.MinTdHtmH !y thn ������b*'vo  Ci'iuptnMS ������jiii h.������ s������;.ji ;U  tho eilice ot'th.   f;������iv<-ni  iiv'-nt Aguul, dnbuo, lor Sixly (i.iys triu  Ihu dtiiv  iieK'Of.  ROHKPvT nRAVK.V.  Chle'"CoTn,������aiS5-'ioinT ut IJa������..s unJ Work?.  Lands .and Works Uoparvnti.-ut,  Viciuri.t, July UOili, 1374 hxiB  E THE COUNTY CADET  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA AT lUCflFIELJ)  7MTOTJC13 TS nERKnY GIVEN TIT An  i^l Ihe folio win ir land is Reserved mil  further, notice from the rifrht to be occujiii  or to Iir acquired hy oecupaiion. selllemer  record, preemption, or iinproveinimt. und  the provisions oftbe *' Land Act, :lb741':   .  Land Reserved.or known as a Heserv-.i'.i.  previous to Ui.H date of ibis notice, or nmk  n* a Uwrvajion upon the Maps of the La'  Office.Victoria,;  ������������������  Lund now or herehfiiT surveyed into V !  Ugi\ Town. City, or Suburbiin L"'s  mid  laud within the limits or uouftdaiivs uf a  Villnpe, Town, or City.  L>������nd Under t>nse to the Brilish Co lit ml  unit Vancouver Hand Spar Gompany. or  M-ssr.H Moodie. Diei7.it-Nelson.  Land claims under tlie prevision* of I  " Mili'ai-Y and Naval He tilers Act. IM;;.'-  ns HiMIIibiry Grant by ihe Seldiers of j  linynl Knjfi'mMMS who s������������rv������'d in the Onlo  of * Brilish Colninbia under Ooluuel It.  Moody, or?who were ������������������mpluyed on the N'o<  Auunicau ih. mid a ry Oommis.������S'������u and |>i  chased ih'*ir di,<ehu.rire in Hriiisli Cnlu-nhh  Vimcmiver Island on the return ol lb ��������� N>v  American I5������i'm'p)rtt7 Comm������s.ii������.n to M)������clt. ���������  Lund held under'Licence i--m������d under  ������������������Miner.d   OrduWuce,   ISliU/'   und   amc  m>nti. . . ;  Land now or hereafter in use as n I ul-  Landing. IMirlnvy. or ether ^mm-pi! pel  purpt������n������', or CpnuiVfr under ibe. |>H!V:si������������u>  tbe*������Ttil������lic VV..rkrt Ac������;?  Land  IJ.-m������rded  under Thusc Twenty .  \he:i Laml.Ordinance. LSiio *"  Laud Purchased ns Hnsurveved Land.  Laud upuu whicb a payment has bi  made In the Crown.  Land Recorded as a Twenty Acre Tun' -  ed Lot. ���������     ..      . .  Lind under Survey as or Fuhdiv.dvU y ���������  Twen'V Acre Timbered Lois.  And ������Uo that the above Lnnd is rw?  from ibci rWit to he acquired i.y. pnn-ha>.  UuMirveva'd Lam's, ns provided by Olnii^jr  :W   .h������ -V L������n������l  A.ti. mA.Vx-.ny* \\i*)f  CiVmuiissioner ot  Land-* and W.orU* has h>.  first specially  advised   thai  the. iarid.^C'v  underiitVe briiibi.uuf tbe uboV������ ile?ci''i|U������  u.iii  lii.^  coii>etU In  w'riihig haa  been  turned.  ROBERT HKWkV  Chief nnmmissi'iiier of Lands wiul Wo: ,  linndsund \VorK������ Ofih"������.  Vicluriu I8ih JiiIjp, 1874. n,t  KEW ADVRRTISKMKNTS.  LIGHTNING   CREEK.  iti55', GRfPr1 wm l������ft non-uU^i  on  tliia Greet  MBRV WIJTOAY-MOROTWi, until im   , ^  B,irkemlle, July ^2, 1ST4.  For Sale.  Apply on tlio promfecs, or u>  GEO, BYUXBS,  Barkorvillo.  j ii 1251m  TlrL,!?.nK-lyT<'Xh:r) nmn Aitotrr to R������TTft������  is;*, wm bM���������^nr c2 ltitn%������Z<vl*mh*r>  lUekfleld, August 1,1314.  J\ LA 1,1.1 RU.  ,     aul lm  In Bankruptcy���������In the matter of  Wjujam  FoiuusT, a Bankrupt, 11:  T*iTH.EHEAS--A-Pbf [TIOH FOR ABJTJDI-  T V - 0*i ttou ol   Bn )ikrui>tf*y������  l*e:������ rttt| Vhifcb' I he .tth  daylif-: AiiSU.4, A.D 1874. hsilh Ue**������".flnly  nh'fl   at  R!ch0Rlil,"iM' (he 0<aaf.yv���������r'iari of-"i:riu*h Col a. n hi������  ?��������� i11intt In-' ������������nkm\M'\\ "by VV11JAa\\ FOKR{.HV.  of  tlio  Mcadnwfi, Willinms -O'efc, Tralf'r, unler which  tho.*;U;l Williun Porr.i>} li:i< h-is-n   nijti'.go4-& ,B iuk:  rapt, iiotif;t is lt������.reby ���������ph'en that thesn<< JMakrupi. Is  henby n'tpift'd��������� iij^arr-ad^r htaiselr tn'ihn sdl  Conrt, at the llr^t nv.Tiitie ul cr.'4iu>r*, le !������<��������� hold !>������������������������  Uw Hi!? ij;ii������l Court at Kichli't'l  ������n guitirtl^v.   th������  liltr-r-nth  ������hiy nt Aujjwi,   A. I).   1674,  at.  II w'd.'efc  tn i.lio Jor,'n'������'a pr*r������:i>; 'ly, riiel nlm |.. tlie C^urt al tV������  BeflttWd inetHiiig t<'i.Lm: le������H "t i.l.i^fun.jpi.n;** ima tea r  on Tii' aday,  Ihe. ftUf������'Dlll   duy of M^pinnli^i',  A II  1*74, (������r the mvl Efciitirnpi to p\m lii,< iriumin itmn.  Al-'tho'fiwt uv^aitu'. Cr?������!U'.r.; jim to eun'e* Vri,I pr-������Vi-  their dH>t>-, mv\ clinosr; nn .a^Hrte'u ora^Hivnws n|  U*e IUnkruj������i;.i'esUjto am I fllaUs ; tn the w^rM'  iiu'V'th^', pr'i.ii'of Hcluvoi' (T"i!in.r:-; will lw rfK:-ivf������sU  u\v) Mjc |{:jijkrnp(. will \p> rv,f(ttii*'vl lortuliifiU liiiusi;  lo he exuuftuH and fo tn-afce %!{& i!S.-cl'������vuir<* :������n I m$  ci'vcry'ornil Iiih. inv.iUi nod ulY-xli, and l> ijiiitfli  h|h-  (.���������>:-��������� minati-'n.  X<������i ica i.-'...a I-o 11<��������� r"hy y,\ v-��������� n In ul I [x^rsoii������ ih;\% tir,������  itiflclil..".! ut Ui CM Id ltr(n!>TUpt, i.r tint. \\,\-,. ;u,y 0V  Ins t-fl-cls. nitl') ������h'l|y������T l.;n������ s int*j Inn t,t \(r.l,in'-s  lan:lKj.y'of Kir,l.1l������d<l, Clinchl ,Vvtjfii"������������ whutH Ihe  ConH Um ;ippf>int,"i!, ;ui,l ^iv * unlUx to Mr fWta ol'  Biirkerville, Cuini.-id in llu- ni;il.t>r "Mlic I'.-ijiioj,  .f.\MKX LINJJSAV.  OrkOnnly f**-nri nm\ OiM.il A.Mjrwi^  Jliehficld, August'7ili, 1871. auS '  SAMUEL  SMTITIX,  STANLEY,    -    -    LltJUTNINa CREEK,  Has on bund a choice stack of  Provisions, Groceries,  UQU02S, CIGARS, CLOXHIIG, &6,  which i)������ win .'(.-ii,  WWLmALi: ANT) UI'TTArfi. AS CHLAP  AS TUE<:HBAi'L6T.  [L s.]{ y\Joseph ay. ri;uxch.. .';������������������;  ym������Al>A^'::''Z'  VICTORrA. by tbolGrac<������ of ,0nd. ������if..i  Uallpd Kinirdnrn nf Great ,BriiMia-:!=  Ireland, Quwcn, De!un<ier of the ha.  To . whom all tlie������epreFenlfi8hnil conn  ., Grueling.  ��������� A Proclamation.,  Qko. A. WAiJCKM-WllER^AS'lM^r  AUorney GWieral. *' viiM by Seti  M of the -Lund Act. ISTLMlnil M.e f-  Act nhftll BOtBftnw into force until w I.  tenant^orernnr'n assent iherrio-M������ i������  proclaimed by notice in the KriilHh C-olum  '' And Vberona Our L'uMifennnt.Onr.'rnor  been  pleased to asstuil, in Our inune, w  an id Ac. I. . ���������; _f  NOW KNOW VB llmt in purHuanf;' m  Paid, prwteo. Wedoherebv  pr^hum j  dvft notice of Our assent to the/'Land J  1874."  lx TKsTruoW Wmukov. Wo htivo cam  " thK������e Our 'Lwl^WtQ'fcf mmjr Pnlwit;������  .      tha Public Seal of the .aid Ijrovipt  be hereunto afll^d:' WitnrssJJh. ".  tenant.Governor ot Our whH rft������ ;  ol* British Columbia, in OiirUiy i J  Uma. it) Our said Province. Ihw -  fwnih day of. July, to ^'W, ,  Lord one Ihou.and ei<rlit bunAu ;  ndvenfy-ftmr. and in th������ thirty-tig  year of Our Keign.  lly coimnand.  JOHN Asrr,  Froviucial Sccrew^'  xit  z  1  ':^fe5S8s  ;::f"SW'  iim  Sat  ���������'*���������& A"yii*^ifyJ*T-;y*ixjyi .��������� ������������������*������������������ ;: *��������� ���������-���������'  '���������^���������������������������WB*^*;^..,, ������J-**-:V,:
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ister of the Church:M^^khAff^A0^^^
cniisin of Jokepb' Park,' Esqt,,* Daii*i$ier, of
Caribb^ ^;-���=-: >*'.;;���,;#'<'^f'5{{'-v'Zx{{
At UI version. Lancashire, Enghu-X on the
22d of April, .1874, James Park,; .brother,.of
Joseph" Pa^k/Esq{;BarTlst|riSf: Caftb^aged;
40 years.11
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CORONERS INQUEST; ''Z V, '
..v.!-..- ii i :���:;������. "';���!���'-Vi;;'" ^i-vt. i-ii^.''ii��� :-.i xy'1.. xyuXu. xityuyi-x...
An inquest Vas' held'itVthe; Barkcrville
Pea d i n g lioomlon WeA n esday �� ey ehing*. 51 b
Inst -, to im quire i into {tbe-pause [of-- {tfcuj; {death
of Kelix 0abnstv who met hia death in?a;Fhaft
of tiie While Pine,Coinpany,-Conklin,"pulchi
on the morp'njf of tbe sa me;\ cl ay.;, AX ��er tlie
body had \been?Slewed Xiy <W\eSCoroner^ and
Jury, the following evidence was beartl; Z':
Jobn McLean.���,Deceased? was' a <sliare-
hotdfi" Iii ami fgreraaa of the White -Pine"{co^
Qjifllclin gulch;;.��� I^an^ a{lso.;a^shar)*bol(Rir|in
the same company-j* tbreft men-wer^
jn the claim t4 myself,, deceased,^ an tl Jaiae>
Bt>yce{; I worl^ontop,; we were engaged In
running a,dr^;fi^)inrLb<��^haft{^
.tunnelf anil bad about threo,feet to go ; .last
'���jfieeti  deceanc.d  alive  tlito mdn)i%^bdu��� ten"
.�� niiuutj'S;}ja8!l,;8e.vJen on the.;platf<>rrn \ ot the
���s ehaft; Boyce bad MoljA of ithe rbp%{premiriri^
to,��o^lpwn< Jm^
go and wfjrk ia the tunnel ;'T then  lowered
deceased doynit.tvs.hafi; life ..wife down^few
' .minute* when beJsenVtbe bucket up  tiiieii
������ ��� wiih halLbiU'iil  wnod:" ticked   hiiu   how'.-the
air. was ; iui replied it was ail right, am]-Void
- trie to send down a-'pick und n candle; Paenl
them-down:;, and barelyrped ihe/buckei Iflled
wins ihe rvmimis-of Hie' fmlf burnt wood \ y
ceased ;\yas ^jen^rta^i,  thr Jl*.MH;&vfc>rsix
. minutes ;^wus aboiK.toiSJ^M.ilj^ijuyiiey^oyiv
ivriiiti    "/hen    I    hearth    ^6l?f m>U��{ Xn XiU   ~��r\U,
.XanA groimp : the^i'p   ii   \   ��� - >y  .��,r> . \i\i
___: ..... -     :.^..>  ..'ii':,...,   .��.��.   .    ....-    ��      it-     "-    <
ftl^p^^el? ^om^a^ air/
it.i^, :]f elt.t J^a> usL ������ #h'p'';, wHds
woiind over the left eye r.W^H&i^..iJr:
^n^rerng^tttfgf .listened Tto-^ &art
^ndtherew^rio rbythmt wfe I'salifefle^ litV
was extinct; my. opinion was'ie h,id died
from breathmgrVair that was riot wfcpirable'^
exarained, th?; wound ; ityas^erelllln abW
surei probably caused when he "felf-
- Tbe Coroner did -not consider iinecessary
to,hear any further^evidence, mftd JttfetJury
yfy,s^l deliberatinn-retuEued a verdict
ftf death .through suffocation froinfou^al;.,
Zyy'Z.yy    ��� {   -��� ~  .  . ,-'>'������," K|;fe{r--'i
MINING INTELLIGENCE;: #* } '
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4^1a^c {Jac> cp. cleaned up 150miweelf.
fn�� 9��]er bydraulic companiea-are cleaning
up weiL',' V:-..,.- '������;.'* .. .   '.,.-. ;;.<;. ,, ^: ,;���: ���*.
I        '   ^   '_ ,   ' ' COXKMS GULCIT.     f     '"   \        {
; Cora{;^oV sinlting.a new shaft.-' Onlarlo coJ
opening outifrom shaft and^ have- not- pot a
?ood fi.rart -yet ��� up to Thrirsday washed tip
^P**42^; - ?erffnson.had 25?<^ "ast we -kV
and^upltoTlmrsday. WbitePine co. are
Puling in ,air pipes.    Poirifc'.co.J bottomed I
. ���"OiSEBTBLBT, ?e��tember, 1869.���GentieraecAp,
I fe��Jl ipa duriT_owe\o:youcto,expre8S^in^l^':=?=
^taliluMfii^p"jgreat -benefit liiaVe devSmt
by iaklrt^^tton'^s CaroamilePillSv^-" Lap-
st5sr^.i��^ :;
MISC^LL^NSgUBi-.
-T
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ach,1 from wtfib 1 ^flered {;excruciating pain
fo? -a-, lGugfclf of;.time, having tried near!y
eyery reme#'^escnbedi but^withcint deriv-
ipgi any beMt at all. "I After taking two'
bfpttles of; jluri valuable -Pills, I {was quite
restored to nj,:iiaual state of .'health.V Please
give this puliclty -(Ifjj; 'the ,b>eheilt" of those
who may^*b|^tfius afectedfel am. sir, truly
-you rsp' HBN&|^Li^8^-yfe^^
Of NoitTON^I^OMILKrPlLLS^.    Z  '���'���'Ul 11 y
Z, RoBBBiitl^n>%^nesdrfy night last -a
^round-sluicl^n^thejJBlaek';^
claim was cl ined up;.by {so me thieves. It is
pm pposed ,tb< th iekbr th ie,vesj go b away \vit h
abont'five^CK 3rs,io the operation rnifst have
XesuUed inu B'a^disappoiQlment;,\.The-'for��v
(Buari requesj list tdV^ate-for^tJie. tfofieiDIl; oft-b'e
party or par|e^^dhcerned^ that'if -* ttiey/ will
return and.ffli^h the job, he wilbgiady'?pay
t;heua;a':fairliy'swages/ ;; '*' KZ'ZZ'
i-pBARsos-sjlSFREss arrived fronvYale bh
Wed nesday, fa th f reigh t- ��� a n d eigh fc \ Gh iriese
thei.^liaLt;{wiihput.fin^ -.,-,-��.-...-���    rr   ���      ,n ,    ,
a
co. recommenced prospecting.
./The^a'son co. got;t.he-water out.last Mon*
day ;   will put .on 'two shifts inimediately.���
Netbin'g new from the other claims.
' .  L   MOSQUITO  CH} rs ^  ��� 1    ,'
The  Hev^rnl   comphwies  at "wofk oa  >Lig
creek are Usk*ng out good'w��g; ;. .    .
'     - LrGHTXIN'G'CaBKK.
'The accident f >, ihe machinery-of' the Tic-
rorIa co, I��.-^t Su i ��� 1 ay" c>i ;e \t a y ^ry penerr I
oDpreb^o^iiHi ?hn(. the. pi-imping out <4 L\h
Qlniun wouUi be purine*!? re ard ad, but Piieb
will not prove to" 'bo tlie. c*ve. .uvl "it is
thought1 roe>t- of ,fhe  claims wi'A ho dry iii a/
;te>*/'d^v^{{"" "
YanWinkTeClThedown express leaves-Bar
ke r v i 11 e th Zy o rn in g a t' 8 o * c 1 o ck. Th e f p L
1 owing.passm^ers are,book.e& : Miss Minnie
Park 'et, K-fitfli Parker: and' Master Wm. ParkefJ
for Yale.;t&>M3&7 Fortune and Mrs Barlow,'for
Cache Creel ( ' "
\.y-Y\\uul'X\  ?r#Nic{--Tha first annualmc-
hie b4^thq W Jlitos;.t*re^K :|1re Brigade{" taKes
t zmi bkss msmwxm by. '&���: -j., Gr.^ i:
X> Secretary of the, . . -,   ;
:. I.' "���;;': ylV'��� -���'y:'-:f''I',; ���':^',XyXxXyyyyyXy Z^;i!,,;--��� ���' '��� ���- -���''-'������-������.' ���
-{Eleven of !EBglaad.CoM. ,
. LI&HTNING CREEK,;
; ���,    ";   y,uyyyy-^y- -^.tjU   'yyyUyy ':yU*yy.
tVscll by''Ahciio^ at--Barlc'erdlle, " <   *'       '-'      :_
On SATURDAT, AUGUST 8;u*74, at Twelve
...'..'      .   ,o!cIockJt;noou,  *    :,,..:��� r *
��� -  i ������ --yy.v; - -y'ys- >��������� v .'.':.. -;vy.\.;^...;'.���.. ���-������.:���. ..,.��� I-.;.-������**w -v:<v v.- ..,��� ���.>'.-.���,-..���/;".
-    ���..-.��� .-- "y.*--','-v yy ������ , - ,.       . ������������ .>y^:,   - f,..^ ��� i":'.,/��� ~y ;���';���.:'>.���
tne Interests, of;,the;following; Sliaislioldeis;;in.t the.' I
eaid Company, for Assessments due,vi'ze: - ���*���
'' ��� .    ��� ��������� ., '���' - X ''..  i iX-yy r X '      ���'��� "���' 'I* ��y X-h U~'
James Steyeris, Onelhaif- Iuerest;:   ;
Mathew^Launderer, Qne-hiff Interest *;
Unloss tho-amounts duo and accrnag duo -on each:--.
lutur.i^t-'pre paid,"-"and costs^ola or-be^re'tUd saUt'Sth..1
thiy of August^ 1874,: they.will bo so:|:afrtne Barker-:;^
vilie Auction Rooms:;  y.y >* :y if- X1U  t' '' " x
-     X f   "LVlGEOIGB;BYRNES;1: X'
: jul25 ���,...,. ; ,   ,, J:. ���. ^  ��� ..; r, ,, :. I,Auctioneer..^,. *'
OX
imiziM
u
iMdies ��� BalmorMbP - \ *' W'l
I { Kid Operar!Simpers," ''x
t ;j - \" J, - Lasting1 Siisfems,
��-fe<��*
^' ^   t| _   ��� ( Sizes���from; No. 2^i3}7;
���"/".* *     'Sizes���from 6'to 12.    ' '   yx<
CHILDREN'S BAL510I?AL5S,:No{ 1 to ��L:
INFi NTS" BOOTIES, No' 1 to o. s' ; "''I
r,ADiiis'&!cnir/nriBi s'sriAFiES eats"
". -.,:i"v .iLiDIES5 ;UM]&ELiAS. V^...,'
place   ��ti-T?le?!i3r.y-nexs   on   the   beautjful
m%Jo;w ���~uZ<\ noun.ta.*i4u^ l-]e ^ai4 of Wii   ,: ._.,,,      .      ^^    ^ ,;:.rp;;
!ums nrt.;4' ' Crrcai: nreparafiona ore ninli s'i^��iD&X.y ^QA^'-^0 tf?-^���u ' y\^Uy:
who*may i^ci. t ie Ilrornen  with "their com-
...'. .   "An    "(ivirli* ineni containing' '(par-
Thje Victor i niMi f rt 'J Xy work ,ftlcnlaVsr ��pp l*^ i�� ano^i i c-ii^ra i
Alw'o' or'ihr^ua'ya.'   ^i.o Pomtf   'T ,Vft- ^M.^ ffiimif5W scarce at presei t'
>   -.     _ ��� _    ..   . .       ....*_       .        .
-"yr Tho al>u-<o   ua:    irow Qoodfyjusi recoirod by
ffes3',.':| 'yW.^B.-'ilWOS-ES?-'i{
fi?iUSul.'ftiHi:��� Bi��H:rV?��&, ^Kl!'''5  ^w? iutfV'fluY ilft��p channel ivhero a tunnoi-vvas rurr.'soni'e
robe-" Vouu'fT Ueai.. wltJ'H*^" ^rompr d.Q\vn.-j yearsii^ce,
��� i .Ue'.'it-t^ ;��� w.a*/sV ::b'iicl"::-h:9/^^*i W-:-;{feW v'g*;>.' 4&W.rr:/t"
'fi vo'Ut H x nieii ��� were lite): onvm-yp latfo'rfe'i
uu-him>t\ t; a��li wu: to- the; oilier ^buftt^^yifter
;Bnyi;*vuud{wfeu^
igijtn% dV?wnib'e::?l"iiifi- If:: b^'ancfiiuf^d'i'ir^etting;
1 doWii icjul hriiig-itig:tne{felyv u^;. wh^uI:the
���be^iy^was'\iftn&iMl.'oti:';fe:h;e'y
��� ihut life .Wjis"- exiinct\;'t';^P^; ���t^��:.?^^ 'r[?HJ;
heard tlie ��� 'gron.ofj ��� .antiH the.-'MpAy.Xloi{J^s:
thtoiist "-witsiiauf oii::Uie; piatflovm ^of vhthSiafl
Viol inoiv-!Vtbt"m ^0 rir 25,;ihinutes .ediiiainaye
tjiip^ed ; the-nearest help at hand!was about
a quarter of'a miletdistanW;{.y; XX-xXyZ jy'XX
alive' about; 6:15 .this febr^ing ^l!ie?^Vas^'
i n g M r lieu Fs c t li hi* iri ��� Con klih g ill ch ai th at.
time p'pext seen him at the^hot torn .ofr/the
White' PineiCo.^s shaft about no hour ajfd a
half afterwards ; .heard .the call for,help.-and
rati to |theshaitv carrying ihe. alarm #Hhe
0 niario claim ; on a r i-i v i n gat. the shaft ��o und
\that Undone had; gone down-;' I-vgbt ia{*hf "rope
. aid was 1 o wered: do w n ;  f o und th el aijjery
j>ad ; it seamed, iiiiprognat'ed with chafcoal
gas.;- found deceased lying face downwards
ia a pool of wat.^r at. the. bottom of the ejiaft;
a cpndie would not burn 25.. feet:-doffifHhe
ehaft; put the rope round the body o* deceased and.we were hauled to the surface ;
felt sutififii'd Daoust was dead when 1 hid
hold of hi iu at ihe bottom of the. shaft.';!] ae-
lieve water was thrown down the sbaftjre.
vious to my going down ; considered ipeair
very bad��� and consider no man couldjhvo
lived in it more than a few minutes; J-fa*
down the shaft two or three minute|,,nd
breathed as little of the air as possible^ ilso
took the precaution of fastening ft. fc)th
around my mouth and nostrils. I   :
1 he Coroner compliinonled Mr McDelrott
On his presence of mind and bravery. '1
James Boyce,���Last seen Felix Wust
alive about 7.15 this moriiihg ; when B;��ixl
seen him he was dead ; this was after hg ,ud
been taken out of the shaft;' had worke$,be
day previous in the shaft in which decked
met bis death ; considered it unsafe ;��� yfSer-
day, at noon, we were obligee to stop fe>rk
oh account of the bad air; deceased tb^iiad
a Ore of wood made ih a bucket and lojpred
down the shaft, for the purpose, as be s|h,of
driving the foul air out; I considered|itun-
wise, ami that it. would make fche air worse ;
the shaft is about 52 feet "deep, and the Jliive
runuiug from it about lf> feet in length, f "
i '-���* . ' ������'., . ��� -' , - ��� ���        i-
1 'Cissr ilt;^' MrSa rnnel M ev ret t: a weTUk a own,
miner, arrived !>y 'Barnard's .Ejr-pre^s last
Saturday, dh'ect ;from TC^siar. .Mr ^fer'rett
spent, *onio time in: the tiew gold riekl.and
hifl opinion- is not {vtu^faybrable'asltO; Ihe
extent' of the digRiri^
about three milesof pood .ground' on Dease
creek, but that few of the claims are as rich
as represented in some of the letters pub-
lished in tho lower country papers.*;ar.d-. his
'opinion is backed {up by that of another
clear-todcd: Canbboite^
--who bad disposed of Ms.sto.ck.of goods and)
retired,from business in ,Cassiar. The couniry' was overrun-with, mme.rs,.-^
prospeetinir-in every -di^V"?��;*4l^-8^^'
no new diggings. Mr Merrett also says {that
very few Caribooites were fortunate; enbwgli
lo secure any of the good ground on pease
Creek, it having been nearly all locatedrby
the discoverers last fall, and either sold or
conveyed to their friends. About, one
hundred miners returned in the same steamer
with Mr Merrett, and many more were pre-
paring to leave. ��� ''
pjwraar- AnuTVAL.s.-Sluart,s ox-wagon?,
three in number, loaded with general merchandise for Rogers & Wibon, arrived on
Saturday, August 1st, sixty three days Irom
Yale. Stuart was particularly unfortunate
on his trip, having been detained at one place
on the road ten days, a large slide having
taken place a few hours before bis arrival at
the spot, and the heavy state of the road in
consequence of the continued, rains added
materially to the length of the trip. Francois
Gutierrez's pack-train, loadefrwitb^"merchandise for the same Srm, am ved. on Friday, 32
days from Yale. Innes ��� an^ Sperry's ox-
rwconai with freight for various parties, also
arrived during the past week. ..Considerable
loss has been suffered'-.hy rnerchaats through
tk iong detention of goody on the road. .
necessary-nil rii'0'e'r
off-ered}.*:
Tw.o Jalcresta in theX'.oven of England Co.,
���LighinThg:' c?^ek.r -^.bM'ac^ln^ to.\a-bi^.is JLe t^V^il 1
be Bold "lor i^essoieats ^e at; 12 oiilock
to-day-by^Mrfoo.-Byrnes,- Auctlooee'r.
; l G'MJ)'has Jjeen* coaling in fi'eel yd nriing^ the
pxsi w^ukv^Oonslderabie'amounts'haye{been
takeni in at the.Banks. ' ��� Z Z:~i, '
��� Jodge "HaTiC5 returned yesferda^.fafternoon
from Soda Creet:, where he had Ij een holding
County Court yV ' '    .- i.y  '"
���'.: ''Barnaiw.;^-'.-;: Ca^-;ExrRKS3; ^arnv^d;at;|L30
Easleru maif^wftd'-brougb't ��p this time.- -
'yester^y;at^rnbbm.';.""     '::.''' IXZyyXl-
"���MBWE4KRii;.:;flor.fhc past week.has been
very fine. apf3 under the influence of a warm;
MiD-lheroii&a^ y
NQ^iCE.-'Mr,4ind?ny, of y^v5?IokJft,;.will
aet as agents nythe Sbxttnel; on; Lightning
Creeki and $> ord e ra left wi th that gen fl em en.
will be prof pfcly attended to. Parties at
the lower en< of Lightning desirous of subscribing; will please leave their orders, at Mc-
Peruiotfr's, S anley. Sent by Mail to snb-
scibers at J te rate ot SI per month, payable in ad v&t ce.  '
U"'f'"-
Hie~$ J ��� ,01'- 0.0 00 X ��a] i '��� X'y
V.'^ r UTs-rUT zi um
'^kmiitMfiElmm^Xy
ZmMTwmiZZQZW''
Q-assnelmoutft, B.C.,      ::
Wh^TO there arc stfll plenty of tho best; brandy of
��� f> y      ; "���:������. ���"���;;:'' "Britis^Golambiti.^ ; yX*?.���-^/i'fiJff' -.
,.'.;    '���''���������     .        . '���.���.', ���,,,���..;..     ,^   -'".'��� ;. y    ��� vy t   ������
FLOUR,     ���' ���'���; ���'������:'"  '-.I'-;��� '    4   '
, /-   LILLOOET; BEANSfof 1873,  yf,lV-  .
And other Farm Produce, at VERT LOW B ATES."
BiRKERYILLE
'   Also, a gencral.assortnipiil of
IGRQCERIES, "'."'���'"���*  :"-Z-   'Z' .
-.-.{���."���: DRY   GOODSiyi Z xxyiiy.     ���
BOOTS   &nSHOE��^   *
HARDWARE and DRUGS.
' ..:,:* .-., ...   ������ ���   \������ -\:t\-..'.      ;Xv<\
j^5f eommifpionj'Storago'and Fowirdlng busfness
done at reasonable rates,     ., ; \.\-'   f
my3,?m y ��� ,X ��� iZl^xZy 'M&fih$$^
THE ��� UNBESSIGNED; will hn : tho,' 18thii#,
I    A ngii'st; ni*st\apply to the Gold jComtnlsBion^r-'- at
Ri ch fi Id  fo r the. prc-em p't ion of Teh A <irpR or Jin n��',!
i oclu i dsj the pround owned ..hy.;. t|lto HOilE STAU1B
COMI^VNY; in BLACKJACK GULCB.,;:-   .   ! U.|
Tho application is mado under thc provisions' of ���
Sectons 3, 4, and 5 of tho Gold-Mining Amend incut
Act, 1873.    ix ������ i   ������ xyy XX '.   '
' ���       ��� ���"" M ICtAE L G LYNN.
Richfield, July 29,1874... v'-.;....
aul ltii
RURE   DRUGS,
s
ji
jrIG
O
DissolutiQn of Ear
THE., CO-PARTNERSHIP
fner ship
IIEUETOVOTIR
AS
BNGLIsi^t FRENCH AND1 AMERICAN
' % '��� ... .       ��� .'
PArENT   MEDICINES,
,-���!������ ... **
L existhuc between GI.UOD & GU'niON, at Qiiph-
nebriouth, British Columbia, Is this lay dissolved hy
rautiuil conseut.
All debts ducto the lata flv.h of ijifod Sc Guich'on
will be CttUeeted by, cither, of us,
due by tho said firm will be sottLid
wiU continue the business oh his onjn hecotm
;  ��� J. QIROD.
���     ;{, ;- L.8UICHON.
[nd all liabilitiiis
jy J. Girod, who
Quesnelmoiitlt, July 23d^ 1874.
aul 2m
m&
FLEPll -"Bl-LTS, and a variety, of Iktas noV'to^be
procured NuidM'Frisco.   -Xuir ���', ���'. y-y^y^   ��
���I"fTANT*BD TO PUKCHASE, EIGHTt TOSSO? HAY,.
��� t'V    or some responsible party to i
\WINTER /ABOUT   ETGHT^  HEAD   OW
'  ���     ���:     CATTLE AND HOhVSEb,
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'-^W^^^'-U^S-"*   ^1 t-x-i-y  STANLEY- LIGHTNING CREEK,  r: modermottJ    ������    ��������� iWRhjTOR.  ffS* The b*?t ATiriea, Ugnnn, end Cigars a$ thr  ���������fc,������r, and all visitor^ oiad������ happy and comiortaole.  ntvS 6in  .  STANLEY,  SAM WH*,  LIGHTNING CREEK,  ,      .   ���������   .     ���������        ��������� pROPRIETOft.  HAS ON HAND  A WELL ASSORTED.STO-K OF  Board, -j- $9perWeek^  Sing.e M^als^S cents.  t^C TbiilVibleUKnJsbed with the. best tho market;  Morto.         T" mySOin  hereby rf-qtif. .w    ...,,.  PAY OF.AUGUST NEXT: ' If not Fettled  hy   hat  date, tbey will be placed iu the Court far eou>ctkm.  ?..   ���������   ������.������������������������������������   -: ..   ;        ��������� -A. I*BNlMiliA\  -"Barkerrilto.June 5. 1874'.   .{'."{   , ,c6  Piiblic Notiqe,  p BI VAT E  BILLS.  : v  ' ������Al I applications Tor private Bills, properly the  suhjecj pfc iegislM^  BrilishC^ of "TheKrlU������h  & Bridge; the making of a ItaHroad^ Turnpike Ko-ul or  ";.'...' D KO TO ANNOUNCE THAT TH fc Y HA VE RRMO VP"0  lyXXl"'' J), io thesp������cio^8 pr(in������������?t-*t*onne)ly kii')\\xi HS.ile  ;'/.. ; "V.. St? Ui-orge Saloon j-w hero they will'beut all tinus  j&3* AND GET BARGAj  _j"iiy9  ogers  [Successors to D, Kur  IMPORTERS AND D������A|jR3 IN  cig-ars,  Ut  tobaccoI  prepared to furnish  J3 0-ARD  AND    MEALS  LJTYV  yA-- 'Xx,Xy: .        :;; a y-a������ u   a js u yMn.  Ti'       . ���������    ;���������    ��������� '     Tiw  BAH tf Tyrafslietf *j(a tb* float WINES,     "'trK"r  I ������������������;-���������  yl. Xr. ���������"-...-. ;.'���������' ,'���������'. MQUORSu^CiaAftS/-"..                                    '             -ren,  I       '":'."'.. I.v .." .           X>PdIU.,.;,i*,:-; u>4������<*" I"^r ''  r-.;���������*--'���������;���������> . *' ���������"'.'-w-v������  CLINTON EXTRA  FLOUR  33* All Goods of tho Best Quality and aMhe  Lowest .Prices.  -  Barkcrville,' May 9.  -i-i,is;..-ei.7 bin  ..i ���������  ������;,������p^.,v..vy.v  v jx'r i>?f������irft2s wrra I  PSMiiff PACIFIC :BA]  rx-r  JJeBreweryj'fiittMIJfUf 'jSajpJlK"-,  vhxi':{'i-���������������������������������������������.'"'v"���������'"-,���������"        X'-.' 1 "���������'       -'i ���������  '.'���������".'.' ]'' ��������� Q^es^olmoutiiv-:B.GM -;  ���������^'''^^ '"' ���������'-'���������'"' '"���������' '"��������� "^ "''' *V'y^'-' --il"''*;^'^^--'---'-���������-��������� :..-^_.:_, v.- j .&b*r*.tcex* *������-v Vtili;;f4.^tvv-'^g^v^^!^^^t^^^  .-:';-V;;V'-^i'V ���������."<���������'''"���������/������������������''���������'' !vr'���������'t-,���������' ;'i.'. 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"'.������������������'���������������������������:���������:; ���������i'-'r.-." ���������'.-���������".- --.������>:'.. /-���������' ���������  --   y:.;    ���������"���������:������������������   '������������������Vin'  v^pa|rt������cul������r   Compjinv; or 9therwis������for granting fo uny iudivnlu-!  orJntlivnlualsliinyexclusiye lor: peculiar rij:lii^ "r priv  ileges ��������� whnteveK or for ."doing any 'matter or tinny  w-hicliitfltsn^'roiioii^wdttW.5aflfecl-"'tlio richt ������rpn������p������  erty; of o ther partial or relate to any \w rttcnlar claw  of the comni u nity ��������� or for ,maki nt? a ny a tn ������������������ n <i in en t el a  like; nature to:any fbrnier Act;-istiaii require a Noiic\  clearly'on*I distinctly .������p*;cify ingihe'iiat nre and ol������jpci  or th ea pplf Cfttion, to M;e pu hi ished -as, fol Infrs; Viz j :  A "Notice insenod in the Britfsh{CoJiim\)\s.Gri.Mtiir.  an it in one n e\^pap ?rI pu hi is h wl -v i ri the cl istrie t a f  ftcted; orif tl)ere be no tnkvspaper pithlIshed Ihrrt-ltt.  then dn a newspaper in the next nearest district in  whiclii������ newspaper.j sou Wished.    ���������  yy       :     iy  , ���������   ��������� Such notice shall he continue)l in eacl> ca&j-fnr  a perlcid'������f at least si.sr'weeks-;./Innn? the fniemi) o  time heuveen^the close of the n-xt proofing: Se^km  and the conVi leratidh of the p'Mifhm..-:'i,; f  -  /Before anv.PetiHon prayfni;.for-B������v'������ 1.0 brlu^  In a Private BilLfpMhe ereethii ol-n * Toll BrMce h  presented to the Koiise, the p^r^ou </r p-Tsons ������ui',hdv  ing to petition'njrj?i\clli{RiJI shall,{ujwm ^ivin^tHijiaK  tico ;priiscic1he<l in thoTpr< eediiti" Kule,$tjji&, & *'the n\Uly  time; and in ,the s ���������me'inauner/gi ve nol i������-C I of tli-^ t. il (v:-  vvhich they intend to ask,--the 6'xt*iat{'d the privil ft?,  the heiclit of the rarcne^ the fntt-ryal hetw*iert il������*  ahutments oriplers for iheip w?age{pf Ir������% tvr 'iresaftl^  suicl hientlounig^lsd vhei1u*r ihry JaMniH1 tb er^et it  dmwhrtdge or udt, and the fVimen-Uo^ef ijy ypm:  XX XXyXy X������.^������^-x:������y^ '  ]u4 ..'.=.: :.    ,,:   n^r*i ;>f ihti.l^^^.J-iv? Asi^roiyy.  &������$Provincial,Secretaryth Of8e<������  ^.;;;r;';{.l;;3������ih.May,isr.l.:  ?; The: f^M^uv^orJaCoiiiicil L "  beon plenwd; to pluco John, Howe .SnliivB,, ;  Esq., to bo Corouer (or the District of CV  .    Provincial St'creiarv a OfflcV  ���������30'Ui May, 1874. "       '  : Th������ Weulenant Goy������������rnor in Cfiimcil hai  heou ph-Awn to appoint John Howe. .SnlUvun  Esq.. to btf-RpRbtfur under and in carry out  thR.'-M^rriagf Ordiimnce, 1874.1* mid ihu  ������������������ MnrrlJRO ��������� Unliiiaiico Amendment' <ui  i872/? for Ibe Diairict of Cassiar. ������ '  Provincial Secretary's Office  Is! Juno, 1874.  Tim Lleutennnl Governor in Conneil \m  been plenned to place Unjrb Nelson, R3q.. 0Il  ihe Gummifwlnn of the Peace fur the i'ruvinci)  of Dritwb Columbia,  Provincial Secretary's Office,  ���������,;fl   " 2.! June. 1874.   <      .'.'.:."  the appoUHment ol' F,.Rreiit/ E-q.. to b������  poUe;ctonnp<TerilH������*-<iualiflciVtidn timl Uejfi8^  TOJion?af\ Viiiera"* Act; 1874.*'  which an.'  peare<Viii tVe-Gnzeite of the 4ih April hmt-  has been cas������eelleij .!=by  the, LieuleiiiiJt.Gov  t*rnqr ia Council.   ''  Pro vi n cIn 1 Secr^h\ ry V 0flic<������;  /���������   ,   ; ,      2<! JiimvKdU.      {  ������������������   The;Lfentenupr-G^vfrn^r ������in Council \m  been pVa*e*l r������j upp������������lnt C A. Vernon: Ivq,"  0. he  Collector of   Voles  fur   the Polling'  Division {of iOkannj������sin.  vice F; Mrenl, hVq.,  tvbose Hppoinimeut ban been cancelled.  ^g m  ISll  ��������� 'V  liTT  3BSS  I  KOTIOE,  PMF  MOTl'UK.IS UKRKBY GfVSN tn MI Art^n*  -^ { r><mtal. wiihiii the Prurlh^u ^ BHnV*?  C61:rtft<Ma:w!io niiiyUje^e^ifot^ of' Bebmiln^  t..i'::^  ���������1st tl ay. of July. lftT-i. the I ivy cjt  .������f.  &Hi-.;U.  FLOUR.  ���������^'iV};-*'"' ". X'-f^X &"'-:. ^. - -:'. ;l ^ ��������� ������������������' ���������"���������'', ������������������''��������� ���������; :������������������.-'���������''  PROPRIETOR.  will be mnnufactur������-d nadsold by.WhoIfcaaleand R*  luiliu Ua purity, auu  The best'tLiq[Uor3 & Cigar'  "constactlyfcep^ou Uanii.  ?tmmt  -^iU.J)B_ai\tav9 .carefully attended to, find thohesi-  BeJ* and accommodation  provided lor their  can  ��������� om������������ra )..... nia ���������;  Van; yolkenburgh & Co.:  Ketfiii Butchers,  ERV'ILL'E   AND  On anrbifi^r the 1st yv <���������������" Ju:y. 1K7-.I, i;,..  .     LILLOOET BEANS of-IS73; 1 kw of Canau^ re.-peclh^ A\l~ti*Z\'<'\ cou&j  " ' *"-���������"���������'���������'!''"      ^^      inlt^ nperiiiioh in flits Pi4Hu1������i?e {iv'^JneNfa^l  AUi 0lller Farm Iwto,, at VEHV WW BAW." ��������� ��������� vrtrfaafi*. "f ^^^ irfihV feSi^ rf  Also, a gfoerul <issortQJ5^l of  GROCER IES, ���������      .     .:.;... ,,.?/'.v  oar goods,    f :'/���������;.-������������������:'  BOOTS   & SHOE-S.V  HARDWARE and DRUGS. Zx  ������3* Commission, 'Si'ncigc and Fonvirdin'g bu.-:lnega  douj at r-.'sisoutiUio ruled.  *>an;irla |h required before an "Allen -can  be,  nivluirulizet  G  ���������XG.CREEK.  A SUPPLY 01T TIIS  ST  RR pr  je2^  Always on band.  J pr^pawd to fornl.^h I.nmbr at their Mills,  V i il ui u Cret- k, or dcii vv;r 11 i ord er.  7,","JHBER DELIVERED Q* LIGHTNING  olSiurn^r!ttB,Qrf MaCM"������ lD ^4"������:^ W  :,etr;uia������'i-d::hnbiiniit In, 1 Vtivip.eo;jle ..hf  Colomhie Brilnnnique. di������������ireux tl'eirti iiuliJ*  raJitfe comme Snj������i.s Ijritnnnifpies : ~ ��������� ^  :Qtie jnsfjii'iiu ler (lit nmwVie;������f*������iliet; I'lfif^  ���������i .loi de laColoiii** {liy\alC(Apji\\>fa Brtim\-  niqiie conceninnt hipi\_tuniH^iHoh:^ienelrfttigers reslem en. force, Ih quelle Sxiffii uho re^i;  (lence seuleinent d'nne"��������� hii������iS4ts {(:1 Vcl.iib���������������*t*1<Lp������y<(l--  ponr" nsHii're>;. Ai un' et range r{{ Ies droits d'Uu  Sujet Britannique.:,-, .   .-���������;.-    "   -,-;    '",  Aiissi qu'Hpreri :]o leT/du.mois (i^.JiiilleL"  187^. lit Joi du Caniida sera uii.s eii force duns  ce 1/royioce. pur InqnelI������ une; resid������������iice de  i ro ia an rveeJj (3} d a n s 1 u ] * 11 bsa nc e d n: Ort ti a da  est. exi<rne, a vuu t tju'u n etraoger pu Use oitv  ruilutiilise.  "DRESSED LU^  Solioitbr & Notary Public  ���������rla on Monday, the 25tl  ;CASS1AR MINES,  .   .Leaves Victoria on Monday, the 25th May instanf  for the. . '  ^d.;wiH remain there until the ernl of September  ���������SURVEYINGu  PARTIES j j INTENDING TO AVAIL  ���������*��������� thbmkulysBofl the new Mining Law and to pat  r,h3B<? their ground, cm bare tho Survey oi' tho earn������  aud Mays imde by addressing  "VAFT. 0. I TBAVATLLOT..  LEAVES BARKERVILLE DA|LYat8 A.M  AND  I  LIGHTNING CREEK Ai2 P.M.  Pa^e, SI 50.; for ta7rona| trip, $3.  ������r(Mght taken at low rales.    I  BEE ANKTI^CHUNG;  FUR DIB IN DER PROW INZ BRIT IS II  Columbia, wo hn end en odur nriH^Ksi^ei}  Deu techeu,. weldre lieiibsi^hiigen En^lisdie  ftitrjrerzii werden. Diujs daH j������*izijr������ U^tsrU  welches eineii Au^etithall von Kin em Jiihre hi  der Prowinz .verianfft. mil Aha Heelit vji !><���������-  kominen, engliFcher Jlurger zu wer den���������pur  bin Kiini ersten JnH 1874, in Kmlt bleibt.  Von dem ersten Tajre ab des rnonais Jnli.  1874, Trill, das Oiuutdbelie.(jeseiz in Kriift;  welches einen Aufenlhiilt von Drei .I������hren in  Canadayerhirigt,;nin dasUeehtzu'"-bekommeri  en|r I iafli er flu rj^er z\ i wp rd tin. ni v 11  MOTiuis. w.-HfiiiimTmS^    :im  vv .^f llency the Governor.Genemi iii  Council has been ph-ased, by a^d \vith (he  adviceof his Privy .Council, to disallow ihu  Act- pmuA!:on;tbe 2ht d���������y of February,1874  ntn u led as follow?, viz.: , /     ./  "An Act to authorise ono Justice .of"' the  Peace to do any act, matter, or thing hereto-  fore to be done by two Justices of the Peace;  ancLto give^n appeal to Courts ol. Geueral  or Quarter Sessions."  Dated 18th April, 3 874.  By command. *���������'*  JOHN ASIL  th? pt^irW^j    ill   Electors in the Pro.  vjue'e     ��������� oi������ na? - ^ s'?i appear on m.or** t\mn  .mi H \X m  is GulM.fo.tb* f.ilbuving S.-e-  IB     '   ���������<'    'U^ '��������� -��������� ,, - ,'55.. 17 110'!, *>\ whith  ;ake RiVny fr*������n wiclt P^ier ?*us. i^������ riirht c-jf  ,  '     "        |ieaattj'r.o  f|e������f������p ,wii.������   j  $*#?������ ������������ ^^';: jj������ %  i  yytyyyxi '-;'������������������ =%. ;->;.^; i;; ^^ -;:.':  By <>ooimand.  iZSZx&ylxyZZ^ZZZZiZ  VroMnelftl HecreUrvraDfflaef  XX- April 17,197^"- "  . yyyxy u{i y^.y^yyy.yy ��������� . ..." - ���������; {^V;,; ���������;-  " Arfyhersori whoso,oilmp U no ih* WM*  - tor of  Faiern of two or.morf ],'!* c������,-mI Da-  - triers, who, ihree monitis efier Ui-e pi^Misj  ' onniore thjin one/KHirister. .^Ij tH ; iv*- mi  r i"iff|pttn< vole Ht nny eiectiunof ,i Myth, ,- in  " Kervu-in the Leprmbuive-A-jwemb?*';. -oid ������f  .' .*t|ch pewun. nfier ihe expiiiitiun o? well  ���������'. ibrfte niotttlw, *haH-..vole^wltii^hlH n^ime re- /  ������������������ milflS on Miu Iieuister of more llum one  4 JClectK^nil] DiRiricf. he shalh, be liahhr tu $  ' j/t>������i������ i y of (tfly Aol-bi rs/.to=be rec������ vered ju.������  ^^'.MWfmry^wiiyv before ,eiiy Justice of.;tlio  ': iViiici,' and lUdeftMilt of paymenl- lhrr/;nf,  '. .< h iill * be i m p rtmned, ��������� for any lenii a ot e x-  " ceeding one monlli. f  * " IS! No jlersoti who.������e name Is on the  ** K ej^lej er ofyVolors f o r a n E lee i o rat I) isi not  f* ?ha!lpe;nc! tn hfa claim to vole In arty olltei*.  If f*lec(or������il pistricf,iintillheshiil|:hurtfcaii������ed  f It!*-. mtm������ ;fo bo remo*ved> froiii such Re^is*  $ <e*C4 and if iih y porso n nb������11 act co n tr#ty hi {  i? he provisions Of thin Section, he shall .'<"'���������-  f?:'eii;������iirl; pay ft s������ura: of iiioney ii������t^xr^eding  I* Sfly* dolliii'tJ,; fo be recovered before any  |.^rsdce\of: the Peace, or in deliUiil ol pay-  |4iie������l\:f hereof-'������hitll. be im prisoned for nny\,  I?icriii not exceeding one moiith."  J  & A  Information Wanted  . Provincial Secret������iryVOflice,  ;   4th June, 1874. ,M        ��������� -;  ,. l^Uer addressed to Mr ARCHY McCAY  in been forwarded lo the Lieulenanl;GoV-  fewir.- ii ui! will.be delivered, on application ������t  |ih i^rovincial Secrefary's Office.;,-Air McUa?  Supposed to be readout;iu: Biiiish Colimi-  h. hut bis address t is ruul>tiowi;.   Il w.,w  ii^ied tbat Lf. his vvUereiib'oiits js knoAvn f  lv olio leudinirtbis nbiice, Ihe same muv 1^������  Iminuaieuteil 10 Ihe Prov$i������cml Secretary9  ���������purtiu������fit������  7011^ ASM.,  Provincial Secretary,  BO Kimball Estate.  loTIOfc IS HEREBY GrV15N?niAT A^  i*   Accounts <l08 to lb������ bUovo  Eft������t������ w"8' '  |ui,d fortlmHh. ^i^SmV  ^���������.'^pi  il^H  M  '... 1  Bha  and  pmI  b'Mi  Nor  E*q  on I  posl  whi  . tori  Irks  ich  Offl.  ciul  -3.So!  mv.  ���������will  con  T  sluil  Vom  corn  tact  lii c  or b  trict  fieht  then  as ti  East  then  to Ji  Pilk  Poin  on tl  midc  com  foiio  a f>o  art  lslan  most  Weal  thmu  the i  elmh  Cowl  ���������Sliaw  Offici  in th  ere d  trict,  trict.  irlet,'  Pltt������!  "The-  '��������� A������������.  y *yXi  ,T-r  ���������iW>,:UU.  i y y ; i  uumy  l      -r    -      ,  r ".".>,Ktoi.  '' r''-*-J''--rUlv.ii-.'Bj������---  .- '-  '. t .  . t-^"1"'"  ' -r;,^S  w-Wv������K,-������,M������^fa a~:.;

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