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 >ROGRESS OF THE PACIFIC RAILROAD  j   ������ Stanley," writing to the Chicago ftepub-  Rican, from the Bijon Hills, Dakota,'April the;  29th. says :\\r6nclerful,'indeed, is the rapidity  vith which.the,rollingrliills are cleft, roads  .faded, ties laid'down, and the Tails secured  fn their places,-with as much regularity and  >r<lcr as;the best oi" mechanism.   The Union  ������acific ftail road,eastern division, is positively  ind undoubtedly an established fact.  Within  Ihe short space of-five weeks, a riiost 'B'apris-  |ag change has. happened.  >From Marker to  Iunction City, the bottom lands are teeming  kith ranches lately built, and the voice of  the ploughman is heard, where but two short  nonth ago, the 'war whoop, of. the savage  ������choed in the greenwoods Ol the Srnolcy Hills.  V-dcstrianB line the road; all, bound for the  /est.   Pilgrims, with their little all ; their  fvives, children, and earthly substance, flock  jn numbers, and answer your queries as to  k-bitiierV A>.gw&jJJ������tb~i������*fco 4be~-weftt������'i ������������������ -The  failroad' seems tor be 'contagious ; everybody  jeems to lie imbued "witli railroad, baste and  mcrgy*   ftfe' city/ of Salina commences to  iiise her bead/ ;A magnificent depot is to be  milt to meet the 'demand for storage ad-  Iresscd to this lively city.   The cars'run here  Secularly ���������;  passengers  alight  and  enquire  (nxio'nsly, "how is biz?" and .go away again,  leligh'ted to hear that'" biz is tip.top."   Pas-  uigers can procure tickets for Sal ina, and ih  rur weeks will be able to get them for Fort  [arker,/- Squads of Irishmen, under energe-  lc taskmasters, are scattered.all along, work-  ig with might and main, as if they had an  iteres! in the road, apart from their daily  iread or monthly wages.   But ^excelsior"  the motto, and westward do empire and ci-  [ilissation wend their way.   General Hancock  itends to go to Fort Harker, to sign a treatjrj  ���������ith the famous Black Kettle.   ���������'.  FAS  MON SALOON,  BARKERVILLE,  ILLlAMS   CREEK.:  T'tfE PROPRIETOR'S BEG LEAVE TO  ANNOUNCE  to tbe public that they have unlurge.d, refurnished,*  nnd thoroughly renovated their enpucicusaridfasb-  ionab l e'salooh, spa ri ng n oi t h or pal us nor expense for  the comfort of their Patrons.  This is how tho largest and most complete Saloon'in  British Columbia ; consisting of thr������;o. W|ii.\ separata'  Apartments,- viz.:   CARD ��������� ROOM,   BAR ROOM',, end-  BILLIARD  SALOON, containing  three superb Bllr  LIARD TABLES. ,  ; The  best. LIQUORS and CIGARS obtainable, are  'served here.   This establishment Is under the hhinc-  diate superintendence of the Proprietors."  ADLKR &  Juuo 6th, lf>t>7.  dm  BARRY..  :���������L;-MOUTTET & Co.,   _- /BJCHFIEXp,..;.^ yZ   WHOLESALE   &  RETAIL   MERCHANTS.  LWAYS ON HAND, CALIFORNIA AND ISTHMUS  . Butter, at $1 25 per lb.   " ' '.  Sole Agents for Girod & Gulchoh, Quesncl mouth.   '  June 10th, 1SCL ' H-s  ;.;,/:-'.; THE "CARIBOO SENTINEL7!  JYWFy STOCK W.'.T&IS" OFFICE   HAVING; BfeEN  X "considerably augmented by the recent importation  of a variety of now Ornamental Type, peculiarly suited.  .for "' -v- ���������.>-������������������ -.���������������������������'->���������' '������������������> ��������� X  ; /Posters, Circulars, Cards, ...   ..  .."������������������' Billheads, Programmes "for  Balls, Concerts, and   *  :"   ;.-,,    . Theatrical Entertainments.  -. Orders for any description of Job Work will be executed with neatness and despatch.  435* Terms moderate. *<������&  The  Cariboo; Seiitinelv5'"  A. McPliersOn,-  'E':: R  AND  PARIS   AND   LONDON    HOTEL  AND RESTAURANT,  RICHFIELD.  Anecdote; of,.a -Highland. Soldier.���������No  an who has lived  among: tho. peasantry* of  otland^wiH deny tbe eBects produced on  lem by"their 'popular songs., During the  ���������pedition to -Buenos Ayres, a Highland  >l(lier, while a prisoner in; the hands of. the  baniards, having formed an attachment to a  foman of the country j and charmed by the  isy life ".which the tropical fertility of the  ������l enabled the inhabitants to lead, had relived to remain and settle in South America.  rhen he imparted this resolution tb his cornicle, the latter did not argue with him, but  jading bira to his tent, he placed him by his  [de, and sung to him " Lochaber no more."  ^ie spell was on him. The .tears came into  js eyes, and wrapping his plaid around him',  murmured " Lachaber na niair !���������I maun  tug back���������na V- The songs of his cfaild-  )od were ringing in his ears, and he left that  ind of ease and plenty for the naked rocks  id sterile valleys of Badenoch, where, at the  lose of a live of toil and hardship, he might  |y his head in his mother's grave.  (Glycerine, the substance which consti-  ftes the base of that terribly destructive ex-  losiveNagent, nitro-glycerine, is a clear,  Morless syrup, and .constitutes the 'main and  ?eet principle in fats.   When pure, it has  smell. It is a most useful substance for  lapped hands, or for any application where  lis desirable to keep the air from reaching  |e skin, and hence keeping it moist���������the  feat secret in the cure of such cases. It is,  Ji'haps, the best��������� hair oil in / the/ world, and  wer takes on- taint,"(heat-hot, decomposing  saveat 600 deg.) .Besides keeping the  fif moist; it'has the merit of hot being dried  "air, but, on the contrary, draws moisture  )m the atmosphere. Thus it makes a sweet,  ire, durable oil. for the hair. It is also the  pneipal medicine for ear complaints���������espe-  illy a dry car.���������M. ���������& S. Press.  The undersigned have refitted this well known bouse  which is now open for tho accomodation of the  public.  Tbe Bar will be supplied with'the best brands of  Liquors and tiiGARs.'  ������5T Meals and Beds furnished at all hours.  G. FONTAINE.   ....  FELIX POUCHOT,  ���������> *   Proprietors.   .  Richfield, 1st May, 1867.' .   . 1  W: .'.Winnard,  BLACKS!  T  BARKERVILLE.'  REMOVAL.  OTJSS,  DEALER IN  iR  JEWELLER,  ���������Barkcmllo, 1st May, 1867. 3-s: ���������"':  ;:     '   F. V. LEE,   . .   Z- : 'V  ���������actioneer, Collector,  SEMI-V/EEKLYPAPEB.:   ,=.   .  PrjCUSUED   EVERY; MqS'DAV   AND   TinmSDAYy:  '.'   ALLAN AGO., Proprtetors. ,..,;". .  ..:������������������  Orwoi^-BARKERyiLLiiJ, Wjujams Crkek, Cariboo.  -  Subscription, $1 per Week, : ���������  '(including cost or "delivery,) Payable: to the CarrlerV;:  i  T  ius, Pe.arcy & Co.y  BARKKRVILLK,  /Have just re'cin'vcd achojeo seloctionof  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  MET COFFEE,:"WXyllX  TIN.. PL ATE,. AND   SHEET  IBON/  . with.various other articles iu their line/of trade. .  iBS^AU Jobbing in the Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper/and  Zinc trade attended to, and wurrahtedto give'satlsfacV .���������  turn. ''    ' ;-    "'.������������������"������������������ ���������'���������    '���������' i    .  r  AND  ^MINING  Goods sold on Commission:  Salesroom, Barkerville,-.:  AGENT.  Office,  Richfield.-  ��������� ���������:���������;���������": '5-s  ;.'/,/-'/���������; XECUYER & LEBKUN, PnoraiETORS,  A RE READY TO* ACCOMMODATE EVERY ONE IN I  ���������Jrx the above Establishment,  .; IGOOD FARE AND GOOD BEDS) '���������     ,;  Barkcriille, 27th May, 1867. 7-s   .1  Cariboo Literary Institute  j. k THOMPSON, iSes'ipbs't/ ..      /:   ���������       ���������.  .   JA^GS ANDERSON,' ViCK-PwjsmBST.*. ...������������������*   --;  JOHN MacLAUEN...     1   .  JOSEPH CLEARIHOE, V t>  JOSEPH PARK. J  Directors.-  ETC.,. ETC.,  BARKERVILLE.  Has removed to his NEW STORE, opposite  DENTAL HOTEL.  OCCI-  13  B-.TJ'IE   BROS.,  PEALEKS IN  CIGARS,   LIQUORS,  Clotliing and Hardware,  BARKERVILLE.  June 27,1867.,  Accouiitant,  AND  Com  IISSION    AGE  BARKERVILLE,  Collector,  T,  THIS INSTITUTION IS NOW OPEN AT -BARKER-  ville, whore it is now fitted up with a view to the  comfort and convenience of the people of Cariboo. ,  .Tbo Reading Room will bo found supplied with 'tbo  latest. English, Scottish, Canadian, American and Colonial Papers and Magazines. ......  ..Terms of Subscription���������$5 per Quarter, or. $2 per  Month. . Single volumes loaned to non-subscribers at  50 cents per volume, with $1 deposit. ; ./  Pcrsous not subscribers, visiting the Roading Room',  and making use of the Books and Papers, 25 cents for  each visit. .  ... ���������,.  The Room will be open from TEN, A. M' till TEN,  P. M. ��������� '��������� -. ���������  . ;       '     JOHN BOWRON,  ���������     ; . Secretary and Librarian.  . N./'B ���������A Gnc assortment of Books, and Stationery is  always kept for'sale. 13-s  f  WAKE-UP-JAKE  estairrant, Ba  er:  - " . '."'.''':' \ ���������'.  ... BARKERVILLE,,  X bouse  form their  t for tho season, the .proprietors wish to in..!  ���������Ir frichtis and the public generally, that they  will.sp;ire no pains in order to merit the patronage o(  /  all who give them acaH.      . .: '  ...      v: Meals $.t all- hours.   / 1.  l;E,S./S^!i2:  i!***..-^***--   '������������������i.'->l/',v  )  .-^ -. ���������   v.  <���������������������������������  Office.���������Opposite N. Cunio:s Brewery.  Jiinel7,1867.  13  A Freezing. SraiNG.^Scrope, in his "Vol-  hoes^ of Central France," says that near  krt Oibaud, a short distance from Clermont,  France, there is a natural grotto, in basalt,  ni the interior of which gushes a small  ring of water, near arid ..about which ice is  'med, even during the greatest heat of sum-  r.   The watei* is supposed to be cooled by  '"���������'Us of the rapid evaporation produced by  i.rrent of very 6\vy air, Which issues from  ures in the rock, which communicate with  grotto.   This,air p.vves its dryness to the  porbent qualities of the rock through which  asses.   This dry air, in /passing over the  tng������ absorbs moisture from it so rapidly  0 keep its, temperature constantly at Or  ������w the freezing point.  AKES THIS METHOD OF. INFORMING HIS  friends and the'public generally,.that he has enlarged and fitted up his SHAVING- SALOON, iu a superior manner,, having secured tho services of an efficient  assistant,, be is; now prepared to operate in a  satisfactory manner in all branches of tho TONSORIAL  ART. '  .Ho also begs to call tho attention of the ladies to his  fine selection of Perfumery, which ho is constantly in  receipt of/ from Langloy k Co., Victoria, viz., Pomades,  Powders, Oils, Combs, Brushes^ and other articles for  the Toilet. .     /   . ���������  He also calls-attention to Ins unrivalled Hair Restorative, guaranteeing to stop hair from .falling out, in  one week, and in reasonable time restoring Hair to its  former state arid colon  ;' Also Gentlemen's furnishing Goods ; finest assortment of Shirts, Underclothes, Neck Ties, Scarfs, etc.  27th May, 1^67= s  BARNARD'S STAGES WILL "LEAVE YALE EVERY  yyZ'Z.     M ONDAY,  With H. M. Mails,   Express and   Passengers,   for  Lytton, Clinton,.Soda Creek, Quesnelle and Barkerville, with.brauciies to Savana's Ferry and Lillooet.  Barnard's Expross carries Letters, Treasure. Va-  Iuables, and Express Freight to Big Bend, Cariboo  aud way stations:  850"  $85  1-s  BRITISH COLUMBIA;  VICTORIA   EXPRESS,  Connecting at Victoria with WELLS, FARGO &'CO.; .  for California. Oregon, the Atlantic States   ...���������.,.���������  x '" and Europe.  AND AT YALE AND LILLOOET WITH BARNARD'S  CARIBOO EXPRESS,  For Big Bend, Cariboo and ,tho Northern Mines,  Conveying Treasure, Valuables, Letters; Packages ah������  ;      Parcels. v...        .   ...        1-s .  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  NOT.IO  / ���������  ON  FARE TO SODA CREEK,  FARE TO BARKERVILLE,   -  .���������    (Exclusive of Steajner's fare.)r.  Steele?s Bestajtrant,  RICHFIELD.  STEELE BEGS TO INFORM HIS OLD FRIENDS  and Patrons, that ho has opened his OLD STAND,  where he will be glad to see them.  jg@- Meals at at,l Hocks. ^^  June 10th, 1867. ***  NEW  TIK SHOP.  rpHE UNDERSIGNED have commenced in the above  X business, iri Barkerville, and solicit a share or public patronage. -���������  CAST    IRON   STOVES  . Always on hand.  Hew Work and Jobbing  Done, at reasonable rates.  ���������jflSF-'Our Teams run regularly between Yale aud  Cariboo and all orders in our lino of business carefully  attended to. -   ^^^r.   '  1-s I, PEARSON & BROS.  T,'E RP  WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS:  LEAVES   QUESNELMOUTH  Thursdays  A3 SIX -O'CLOCK, A..M..  LEAVES  SODA  CREEK  ON  Tuesdays and Fridays*  - AT FOUR O'CLOCK, A  Quesrielmouth, May 2nd, 1867'. .y  &  M.  E; STEPHENS,  CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.  AVING TAKEN -,AN   OFFICE  IN  RICHFIELD,  Williams Creek, is prepared to execute Surveys,  Plans, Levels, Sections, &c., &c., committed ^ to his  charge, with "care, despatch, and on REASONABLE  TFRMS  3 '       ^S" Office, centre of Richfield. *������$  COLONIAL RESTAURANT,  QUESNELMOUTH;; ���������:  ,     P. L. JOHNSON, Proprietor,    ; V  Meals at all hours, and Cooking of the lies  , description.       .    .     s  <iUESNELMOUTH;     .  BROWS & GILLIS, iWrittiiTfJRS.      ���������  Good Bed"3;;,Restaurant; Billiard, Table;. S&  Stabling for Horses, Hay and Oats!      A :...'��������� .  T. N; H1BBEN &" GO",-: y  Witt    PORWARiS    PROMVTIiY,    AT.KODEBATB    TER%  .Eaglisli;.-Anierioan;,;       ":"..:; ���������_".,;  .  'Frsiichi   ^e^xA&friy  JtmsmtirTioxp, A&w.vn-ftwti^^-f^ &  l$ih'"4fa}'iI8  ���������asKSfjsv^fmi^^^sm ���������s  :\y *.>���������������. ���������.  THE CARIBOO SENTIIEL  MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1887.  /.;;'���������;.' Agents for the ���������'Cariboo Sentuiel, '~'l  Orouse Creek, - . - .;."-.* X'\ . .'-. A. McWlra  Quesnelraouth, Mr. Goudle, Barnard's Express Ofiico  Yale,-   -      ���������     -Mr. Evans,      do do   .  Lillooet,-   ���������>���������    F. W. Foster,,    do rdo  New Westminster,   ..-      - ... ...:'-.   Clarkson & Co  Victoria:        .       -      .   1 - fE- Mallandaine.  victoria, - ,     Vit Lyne..       7  Big Bend, * - - Jas. Bullock, French Creek  Van Winkiey;       '- ..  -       ���������������������������.���������-���������-   -      S. Edwards  .'<-'    TO CORRESPONDENTS.  'All ..communications must ho accompanied by the  real name and address of tlie writer, not necessarily  with a view.of publishing the same, but as security for  his good,fa Ub. ��������� '���������'���������       , : y- ���������������������������"������������������-.."':  ;;././.  ,   TO ADVERTISERS.  ,       .;������������������/'.'  ' The ������������������Cariboo Sentinel" Is published every Monday  end Thursday.1   Advertisements intended for insertion  must be delivered at latest at 6 o*clock, p. in., the day  before publication. ���������  ��������� $&��������� All Advertisements (not inserted for any definite  period) will be continued until ordered out and charged  for accordingly.   . . ;y> ' .  )X;..'. THE EXPECTED VISITOR THE  ;' :"'"- ' GOVERNOR.  '11 y.We are informed that His Excellency Gov-  ^i-iS)������9.t������^wpur :.wjll arrive on .this .creek, in  ^3 ther cour3p of a few days, when he will, no  '-doubt, be received, with every demonstration  v;pf respect^ as the representative of our sover-  ;;:eigti.^.If, as we are led to understand by the  Victoria newspapers, he has shown any lack  of assidiiity. iri. respect to his gubernatorial  '-���������duties below; he cannot������������������.be charged with the  ��������� same; fault in relation to ; ourselves ; as no  Bopnerdoes an exigency, require his presence  ' ; here,.;thah^ he leaves his capital to assist, by  his personal supervision, in the redress of  '\-a;nyigne'yances complained of; and it remains  .with our., citizens to avail.themselves of the  Opportunity, thus afforded; to lay; before him  ,: in proper form; allqueations in which bis dl-  y"-. rect   intery eritioh  may   be' necessary.    To  ! judgevfrom cpihplaints that have reached us  fro.ni various sources, there are several mat-  tors of urgent importance,,which require his  : i mm ediate ��������� at ten tion; and.; pur ci ti zens should  bestir themselves to have e very th ing rea dy to  place before1,him,for consideration on his arrival, as his stay here must be necessarily  short,   If ;we negl ect to shew - him that we  have cause for complaint/ we cannot feel dissatisfied; if; y*e'le.fter wards. discover that something has ufeeen: overlobked;   It is one thing  to grumbleX at; mal-administratiou during bis  . absence, and another to impress him  with  universal contenfand prosperitywhile he is  amongst us. ; Such .inconsistency has occurred  on former occasions, but we trust that our  citizens will not repeat the error".' Muoh discontent has been felt; or.expressed by many  of our people a^.the* late decisions in the Commissioner's Court ,r and also with the conclu-  ment, if thought expedient, and so far as we  can understand the case, on terms the best  calculated for general advantage.   On general subjects it might not be unadvisabie *>"  remind His Excellency that the taxation is  sufficiently burdensome, and that some relief  might be afforded by tho abolition, at least  for the present, of some of the least necessary  causes of public expenditure.    For instance,  the Assay Office might be dispensed ^with, and  no public inconvenience felt.   The cost of its  maintenance = may not. be large, but that, in  addition to other sums that might be 6aved  by the amalgamation of certain offices during  the present .'financial "pressure,   would  do  much to smooth away the .difficulties which  now embarrass the governmont, in relation to  possible contingencies connected with the  revenue.- J; We are sure that His^plxcellency  will- Hsten:;wit!i J: attention\to an^l^ggestions  frbih^pur important;;cbnimuriity^^To return  to f 1 ptixftp wif, immediate; reb^irenieiits, we  would;; ask what has become of pur "mining  board ?' '���������]Arei::-our.y^jyn^';.iaws., nowt so perfect that any suggestion on tlie subject would  be superfluous,f: We take upon ourselves to  reject this bypbthesis, else it mnst be admitted  that our miners arei a very discontented set of  mortals, which weinust be permitted to deny.  0 ur citizens /are perfectly aware that much  un jp leasah t feel ing h as pre vailed  of late,  touchirigthe; present form of.the"law applicable to cer tai a; deserip tiptis }��������� of mining, ao d  the advantage of a .'number of suggestions  dra^nip:;b^^:ftiining* ;boarrl^E5thetsubjeict,'  to lay} before Bis.Exceilenxry,;would doubtless have the effect of prpdudidg a revisal suf-  ficien t. to remove the bbjectiohable; clauses^  A pro visio n is made: by���������; the /existing laws ad-  mitting; of such- alterations jby the}.Judge, of  the Supreme Court, and were the points in  question properly explained to the Governor,  he woul d no doub t re com mend their modifi-  cation to Judge Bogbie, and so place our  mining interests on a better footing. If errors  have been committed in the passage of our  mining  laws, let them  be pointed  out to the  Governor without delay, and the proper steps  taken to  adjust them conformably with oar  experience. .We sincerely hope  that not a  moment will be lost in preparing ourselves  for the important duties before us, so that  when Governor Seymour returns to Victoria,  he may do so assured that he has left no germ  of discontent in this community, and.we satisfied that we have done ail in our power to  have our grievances redressed. ;  :  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  TO  C. BOOTH,  ESQ.,  CHAIEMAN   OF  THE CARIBOO MINING BOARD.  OIK   WIS,  THE   UNDERSIGNED.   MEMBERS   OF  0 the Mining Board, being advised of t.he expected  arrival ol Governor Seymour, request you to call a  meeting of the Board on Wednesday, thu Seventh instant, at their Ofilce, Barkcrville, for tho. purpose of  taking in to'consideration tho position now maintained  hy tho Mining Board. We are, etc., ;  ���������  (Signed) J. Spkncer "TuoMrsoN,  JAS.  BultDlCK,  Sam Drake,  J. B.   WII.KIX80V,  George Moxtoomkry.  WmiawsCreek, 3rd August, 1S67.  TN ANSWER TO THE ABOVE  REQUISITION THE  1 Members of the Mining Board for Cariboo, aro requested to meet at their Office, iu Barkerville, on  WEDNESDAY, tho SEVENTH inst., at TWELVE  o'clock, M.    ' v CORNELIUS BOOTH, /.-1  August 3rd, 1867. ;;:   ,    Chairman, ,C;M.B,  TIIE  CALEDONIAN   BENEVOIiEISfT/ SO-  ;CIETY-rCARIBOO  BRANCH.;  - ;;:;������������������  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  AN ADJOURNED  MEETING  QV THIS  30CIETY  will be held at  the WELSH CHURCH, near the  SjbntikkIi OflJco. Barkerville, on SATURDAY Evejiint?  next, lOtti inst. yatjEIGHT o'clock, when the election  of O/Scers will take place,  August 3rd, 1867.    ,  Sail Francisdb Store.  * COMMISSION  MERCHANT,    :  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL D35ALER  IN  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS,  HARDWARE,  CLOTHING- AND BOOTS;  Next Door to'tHE Sentinel Ofhoh  Barkerville, 20tb June, l!807.  17  FROM    SUM AS S    DAIRIES,  ,,; '-jy ^^!jiSi;1?BJ.^������J?...!?: Ti11^.... ly..   For sale. Wholesale and Retail, by  yilXXxlXy  ^lyXyXiE^PEARSON & BROS.,.  '���������'. ;August 1st, IfiW/^v,-1%'���������;.; lm Barker\'ille.  A REOULAR MEETING OF THE. WASHBURN  21 QUARTZ MINING COMPANY, (Registered) will  bo helclori MONDAY, August Twelfth, at TWO o'clock  P. M.,;in the; building lately occupied by Mr. Pen fold.  Shareholders :represented. by proxy, aro required to  present: written authority. ^ B. P. ANDEIiSON  July 20th, imi'yy Secretary.  THE  GAEIBOO  'vZtr^  I'SNOW  OPEN ,FOR THfi AiCCOMiiODATiox by���������  the mining community, and the public generallv  No expense has bpen spared to render the house all  that could be desired, for comfort rind cnhvctiiftnce' '���������'-  The Bar is supplied with a complete stock of Wi.vW  Liquors and Cigars. '  JK������- Wklx, Aired Bed& *^  may be had nt a moderato charge. E. ORD,  July 1,1867. 2m ProprietrW  RICHFIELD.  A NEW PRINTING MACHINE/  eioiis arrived at. when appeal was made to  pur Supreme Court.   We are not prepared  to express an,opinion as to the correctness  of either, seeing that the affairs will be properly investigated at once ; but we must remind the parties interested,, that if any such  causes of discontent exist, they niust now  make them  known, vor  forever  hold  their  peace.   Tbe law in all eases ought to be properly administered, and if no .abuse can be  proved, it naturally follows'that .'the proper  course has been pursued.   Another source of  complaint is the, bad state oL the roads ; we  are saddled with heavy tolls; it may be supposed, in order to keep them in repair.   It is  true the present taxes are in a great measure  levied to repay the bondholders, principal  fOid interest, on the loans advanced by them  to make  these very  roads ; but at the same  time it must be reasonably concluded that a  sufficient margin was reserved to keep the  roads in passable order, otherwise the tolls  should have been increased.   The importance  of perfect communication with the mines,  cannot be too highly estimated, as it must be  on our mineral productions that this country  will depend for a long time to come, and any  barrier to the easy transit of supplies from  one part of the colony to  another, must be7  removed at any cost.   His Excellency's journey to Cariboo will undoubtedly convince  him of the necessity of some immediate steps  being taken to improve, the iniiddy slough  1)e tween* the one hundred and fifty and one  bundred.and sixty-four mile posts, as also oh  other portions of the rojid where the grading  has given way, ignorance on that head cannot be pleaded in future.   There is also another matter little less urgent than the above;  we allude to the completion of the trails, between this creek and the one hundred and  eight mile post, by way of Horsefly \ it is not  merely that a shorter route would be opened  to pedestrians and pack animals, but that a  large raining district will be made more easy  of access for miners and supplied   As we  have shown in a previous article, this can be  accomplished at very small cost to govern-  Various rumors are afloat respecting a machine that is being constructed at the Times  office, to print 20,000 copies  of that paper,  perfect, in one hour ; but it appears that  nothing is known of it inside, although-, like  other wonders, everything is known outside  the building.   From what we can learn, a  great deal has yet to be done to bring it to  perfection.   Miles' boy says it is a copy of  Wilkinson's machine, that was brought out  some years since in America, and has been  working, we believe, the New York Sun: fit  p lints on a continuous sheet: of damp ed pa-  p er. (unro lied from a cylinder) on bo th sides,  registering as exact as-book work on a hand  press^;>Stereotypie^plates; of the pages; are  used, but of a smaller curve than those for  Applegarth or Ho e. ly When the sheet lias received the impression on both sides, it is cut  byja simple contriy an be and carried fbrwar^y  a comple te ne wsp ap er i to the delivery-bo ard.  If successful, it will surpass all newspaper  machines at present in existence.   Its further  development will be looked forward to with  much curiosity.-���������Press, News. :/;  ;r':^v;-:-;;^.OR;:;}'SALE.    ���������  THREE-QUARTER INTEREST IN THE JENKINS  Company, Stouts-Gulch.     For particulars, apply  at the. Company?s Shaft/House, or at N.  CUNIO'S  Brewery, Barkerville,������������������"~V.-'-. r"  JulySOth, 1867.'  '. ���������,:;; -1 2  ;;;C  '%������& VICTOR XX^E BEGS tEAVEWlKFOmf  111 the public that he has now opened a CONGERf  1JAIX, at Rich field, opposite tho " I/)ri dob and Paris  Hotel. ?* Mrs. Lnngp will presi<lo at .the Piano every  evening,'and will piny some of the beKt Operas, tha  most popular ftal I ads, and every description of Dances.  Nono but' the best brands of Liquors and Cigars  served at the Bar.  July 6th, 1867. ' lm  CO S M O POL I TAN  Kestauraiit  and  !Bakeix  BARKERVILLE.  AMD   C A TiT L E': DEALERS,  V;;v ;WV:Barkeryiile;and Richfield,  OrjLD.RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTENTION  ���������:; o;f the, |>ublic:to their fine stock of Meat, which  they will;dispose of at.^prices to suit the times.  fy 1  I*riiSjeBeef from 20c.; to 25c. per lb.  :'; ���������-    Mutton, 25c. to 35c. .per lb.  ���������;.'; August ist, .1867,:::;.;;  lrn  Marines on the Way Here.���������We are in  formed;;that his^Excellency the Governor'is  accompanied by a body guard of thirteen  marines. It would appear by this that we.  are on the eve of having troublous times.  The man James Dowling, who had his arms  accidentally fractured at Last Chance creek,  last week, was conveyed in a wagon to the  hospital yesterduy. The poor man suffers  great pain..  Fresh Vegetables.���������Our market is now  constantly supplied with fresh vegetables  raised at Quesnelmouth. New potatoes of  good quality are bringing 25 cents per lb.  Meeting of Mining Boaro.���������As will be  seen by advertisement, a meeting of this  Board will be held at their office here on  Wednesday next.  ^^*If you want good Coffee use FelPs.  :;;to Express,  W- "=l.f: herre will ..run, a daily express  ��������� ; between Barkerville and Grouse Creek. Or:  ders, small parcels, letters, collections, etc., etc;'j  attended to, on moderate terms. Special attention  given to d emarids for subscriptions to the CARIB00  SENTINEL, or anyVother Newspaper.  Oftlces: On Grouse Creek, : at M. Prager's Store.\ In  Barkerville, at W. F. Herre������s domicile, opposite the  Bank ol British Columbia, next door to the New England Bakery.        ���������  July 29, 1867. 1-y, ..���������������������������/   ���������"  THE UNDERSlGNErJ BEING ABOUT %6 LEAVE  this place,' requests that all accounts owing by him  be sent in for payment, before the FIFTH AUGUST  next, and that all persons who are indebted to him,  will call and settle^ on or before the same date :  '������������������'X        ������������������ ������������������'������������������������������������'���������'- 'JACOB HEINSON,   "V  ; July 27tb, 1867 Hit or 31iSs Bakerv. Richfield.  rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THO ROUGHLY RE-  J. novated his Establishment, has re-opened thesanio  for the acconnnodallon of the Public,, and trusts to  merit a share of their patronage. His Bakerjr has also  undergone repair, and he is uow ready to execute  orders from all who wish good bread.  JACOB TELTE, Proprietor.  June 10th, iSG7. , ll-s  August Stampehl,  S H O E IV! A KER,  BARKliRVILLE.  A large assortment of ������oota and Shoes always o������  hand. ���������    * 1  F E  ton   Saloon,  RICHFIELD.  '{IRE UNDERSIGNED . HOPE8 HIS OLD PIONEER  Xrfricnds will give bini a turn,1 as he has expfriencci  heavy weather jatelv. ��������� E. F. EOWARDS,  :, Juno <$% 1867.,   * ���������"   Formerly ofEdwards' Rimcb.  ���������^���������������������������';���������;:���������:^^^;���������:N<^^lve%i:'v'  Iri th^ matter of \ the Estate and Effects of  KEMi; BAOTP, Bte of; Williams Creeks  Cattle Dealer, deceased, intestate.  . i LL PERSONS  WHO  ARE INDEBTED  In the matter of the Estate and Effects of DAVID  WHITFORD, Free . Miner, late of the Reid Claim,  Conklins Gulch, deceased, intestate.  ALL PERSONS WHO ARE INDEBTED TO THE  above Estate, are required to' pny the amounts  due forthwith, and all persons who have any claims  against the above estate, are required to send in their  accounts on or before FIRST NOVEMBER, 1867. to  CHAS. E. POOLEY",  Official Administrator.  Dated Richfield, 1st August, 1867.  Thos. L. BRIGG-S & Co,,  ������������������':;,; CAMEROSTON, :. ���������, ':���������;;   '.-  Have just received, and offer for Sale* ."  WHOtSSAIE  OR fiETAli;  AT LOW itATES FOR CASli,    .  200 CASES CHOICE BRANDS of LIQUORS  ��������� CONSISTING OF ���������  Brandy���������Martcll, Hennessey, and Otard Dupoy.  Wines���������Port, Sherry. Burjrundy, and Claret; San-  tcrnc's French White Wine : Sansevaino's California White Wine.  Champagnes-Bouche and Napoleon^ Cabinet.  Bitters���������Boker's, Sanscvaine's, Orange and Hostet-  tcr's, Vermouth, Absenthe, Peppermint and Ajmi-  aeHe, . .  Old Tom, Gin, and Scotch Whisky.  TO THE  above Estate, are required to pay the amounts  due forthwith, and all persons who have any claims  against the above Estate, are required to send in their  accounts on or. before the. EIGHTH daV of SEPTEMBER, 1867; to ..'-. .CHAa.Ki POOLEV,  Offlfcial Adm i n i ftrator.  . Dated Lytton. 8th Juno, 1807;.:'"��������� .      13  In the matter of the Estate and Elffects of  FRANCOIS CASSEjate of "Williams Creek,  Cattle Dealer* deceased, intestate.  LL PERSONS -WHO ARE INDEBTED TO THE  above Estate, are required, to pay the amouuw  due. forthwith ; and allp'orsons who havo any claims  against the above Estatei are required to send in their  accounts, on or before tho FIFTH DAY of SEPTEMBER, 1867, lo CHAS. E. POOLEY,  ,? Official Administrator;  Dated Richfield, 55th June, 1867. .������������������.���������*���������  Also on hand���������500 gallons choice brands of Brandy,  Wines, Whisky, Rum^ etc.  Also���������2,000 lbs. Graham Flour ; 1,000 lbs. Cracked  Wheat.  Goods received on Storage or Commission, at the  lowest market rates.  1st July. 1867. gm  THE   SNUG-  SALOON^  I3ARKERVILLE.  mHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING OPENED THE  JL above Saloon, would respectfullv invito their  friends and the public to step in and sample their  ALES, WINES and LIQUORS, tho quality of which,  they flatter themselves, will suit the tastes of the most  fastidious.    The best brand of CIGARS  always, on  ha^!L t        ,o������ SG0TT & McHARDT.  20th June, 1867. im  NO T I C E.  In the matter of tho Estate and Effects of JAME^  PURDIE, late or "Williams Creek, Blacksmith* do-  ceased, intestate.  LL PERSONS WHO ARE INDEBTED TO TH*)  above Estate, are required to pay the amounts duo  forthwith, and all persons who have any claims against  the above estate, aro required to send in their accounts  on or before tho TWENTV -SIXTH day of SEPTEMBER  1867, to CHAS. E. POOLEY,  Oflicial Administrator.  Dated Richfield, 27th .tune, 1867.  EXPRESS   NOTICE.  AFTER THIS DATE, BARNARD'S EXPRESS IS  JX not responsible for damage on LIQUIDS shipped in  Tin or Glass, unless by special contract. -.  Until further notice, the Express will arrive, here.  every SUNDAY AFTERNOON', and citee for below  every WEDNESDAY, at NI&E o'clock, A. M, rtT  ROBERT POOL,  Agent-.  Barkerville, May 20th,-1807. 8  fa������������E$  'mmm m  ME CARIBOO SENOTEL  MONDAY, ]:M^^^lSmZhy  ������    f  17  N&E  LTIOK OF  generally,  . houseail  ivctiiftDce; ���������  of Wim  liORD,  INFORM  CONCERT  and Paris  mo every  pens, tho  >f Dances.  nd Cigars  lm  nLY RE  I the sad*  trusts to  f has also  > execait  NoN-AiJRiy^L X>F the ExPREss^G^eat dis-  :appointment ; wa;s'"ielt by 'ievery raember, of  the comtiuiiuHyy; aiicl- inpi^Vptoicularly;; by  ourselves, at the;; ribh-arriyal':} of the Express  yesterday, and many w^re -.'the. surmiseiB  hazarded as to its.deteritiori,-uritiVlate in thie  evening a patty arri yect "from Queso el mouthj  and explained the cause. It appears that the  two express Wagons which- are loaded;"wltti soli,  diers and others 61 the Governor's suite, had  /���������Hot arrived at Soia,'.., Creek on tho; usual day.  A teTegraph despatch fra* received at Quea-  nelmbuth on Friday j stating; that one of the  stages would be at Soda Grefek last night, and  '��������� the other to-day, and that the tfteairier would  "leave oh Tuesday, so/ that the Express need  not be expected lit here(before Thursday*  It may be interesting to. the miners of Mus.-  ���������quito Gulch to knoW that notices/are posted  at the Court House dated 29th-ill to;, by Messrs  Pascoe & Co.> intimating tifeir intention of applying, after the lapse of ten days,;; to the  Gold Commissioner for leave; to divert 250  inches of water from Red Gulch, to supply  the inihers of Musquito Gulch with water at  75cts. an inch, theditch to be completed in  . ,;three/ih'onthsv'.:;;;:;^'''';.':':;: \ XyXiXy-x Z'-'y   ;,..p.A.SThe^  eachwas made by^ttspn and Eden towards  the stakes for ; the; corning contest;; for:tlie  champiPnsinp 'pf i; British Coldmbia, ;;. last  -Saturday 'evening, at Barry & Adler's  Saloon^ X Similar deposit will be made  next Saturday, at rA. HardieV: Saloon,  Gamcnmton. -  Gobo News, ^;: TRufc~^-A rumor ha& reach*  ���������ed us from Queshelmbuth to the effect that  one ton of rock crushed 1>y_ the; arrastra, from'  the ^s^burri te^  nettSdSoOO.   ; .! -  Mt%^;left>6ncS  ���������Quesn^lmbuth-tbmedtthe Governor. :,;  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  FROM JAPAN*,  m  iwatrs'ott  I  ���������I0XEER  xmenccd  i' Rancb.  ects of  Creek;  TO THE  amounts  ? claims  ! in their  5EPTEM-  trator.  hob*  3CtS  Of  Creek,  '0 THE  imouuts  i claims  in their  EPTEM-  f������V     -  rator;  JAMES*  lithj do-  0 THE*  nits tfua  agniDSt  ^counts  ;MBEfy  rotor.  ESS 13  pped in  to: here  ��������� below  }V  gent.  8  ;   Frbih the Japan Time^ "wfeV^lean: the ^follow ing-: The politicalriews continues to"pos-  :Bess :a certain importance;oici; our last, ��������� after  "discussing the eubjec t biopehihg; Osaka and  Iliogo,Ve'weht .xjny it - ivill be? Teraemberedy  'to compare >the relative.. advantages 'of Kanaka wa anct:Mik(ini, ;tw^ important t^ns ��������� ph-  _      the wesfc c6ast, and one '6f 'which':'yre.. were led  WM to believeyyfoulrl :be op eiied; there ill *fulfil������  WiM l'"ment of the treaty;;^r:-:W;e,very;:muchiegret%to;  migm- Announce, thafcneither: has been chosen. ���������yy-j7.  Th e United States steameriShenandpah ar-  /rived oh the 22hd May fro m Osaka, having  left that^pdrfc 6h the 20th; May. ;The &ench  jninister left for Nagasaki on the.TBthj'and Sir  Harry ,"Parkes, accompanied by Lady Parkes,  Dr. Willis, and Mr. Lb cock, started *6& the  same day for Tsurunga, then spokefc *bf as  the new port to be opened on the west'coast.  The appointment pf Mr. Seare; as Japanese  Comhiissioner to Osaka-i which we announced  ���������in our last issue,-has giveu risetospnio dis-  'cussion.^,-; '"'lyX-'Z;.:  In commerciarcircles the time has been a  quiet' one, disturbed only by the occurrence  $f a lbahkruptby, that of A> McKechnie & Co.,  milliners and fancy gbods merchants, which,  so far as appears at present, seems likely to  be a disastrous ioti^ to all concerned^ The  silk ana* tea markets are both exceedingly  slack, as might be expected at this time of  the year; -"Of piir chief staple there is very  IH little in the market; nipst of the stock is of  M an inferior "description ; but for the very few  bales of really gooft. silk, of which there is a  small'quantity, holders are remarkably firm.  Little is 'doing in the tea market, "buyers  awaiting the arrival of samples of the new  crop. '"-;..; _ :_. ,  ^ The meeting of the greater Daimios, so of  ^^ *ea announced,, and so, often' postponed, is  f|B vhwt to take place at Kioto. The old (inkio)  Wm Pr*nce9 ������^ Satsuraa and Owagima have al-  PS ^^y arrived there, aiid.the Shogoon has re-  mm turuei^ Either, after his entertainment of the  Wm fore*Ion ministers at Osaka.- 'Stotsbashi (for  .||j| hy that name he is best known to our read-  |1|| ers) appears to be a really able man. In our  |!j leading columns wo announce his reconciliation with the Osari family, from whose partisans at one time was anticipated serious opposition to his rule and danger to his life.  The survey of the new settlement at Osaka  hy Capt. Bullock is nearly completed.. We  presume tbat it will be ready for. exhibition  on ������ir Harry's return. Our (iorrespondents  unite in reporting that it is a good situation.  , (^uch distress exists at present among tho  population of Oska, two or three dead bodies  (of beggars apparently) are seen floating  down the river daily, and the people, generally the lower classes, appear wretchedly  poor,-and that look of content and comparative comfort, which is remarkable in these  districts, is quite absent from their faces.  ;>' ������������������;v ���������������������������'  \.-yy,TOL^EJAMS CREEK.Z?yi<y '': ���������''  ��������� ���������'; Minipfe 'pfbs'pects 6n this creek have at np  time during ^the present season looked inor'e  hopeful of fruitful reslilt's than during i the  week that fhaja parsed. The ground; sluice  claims above Richfield that wb have lbhg predicted would yield a golden harvest.' to their  for tu n ate p bs^essors, are no w surrendering  their hidden treasures in large quantities, and  were it not for the stoppage of claims on the  lo wer por tio n of the creeki by reason of the  obstruction of tlie Bed; RPck Drain,��������� pur,re-,  port this we(ek vybuldhave borne cpinparison  with (the receipts o f any week during , the:  pal ray days of 186 3 & -41 > ^' ���������.. ;;��������� ;:  Bradly Nicholson;cb. are averaging about  wages.���������Taylor co.. are; doing well--Dead-  wood co. are making froinS 10 to $12 a; day  ���������Wilson co. took out for the week 56oz.~  McLaren cp. washed up for the week 17ios:.  ���������Brouse co. washed up on Thursday 90bz.;  total for week 136oz.���������Dutch JBill cb. made a  very important discoyery last Saturday.\ - It  seems they have been working for some time  on the;top of;a soft rock under, the supposition that it was the regular bed rPck, and  took out good pay ; finding that this lock  contained a little gold, they were induced to  digiinto,it about 18 inches, wheii they; discovered a gravel deposit underneath which  prospected $6 to the pari; after \Vashing this  ^JrI h^jtf: .������f..4?y^^y.J^tajned 12oz;;.5:jAs: Jt ;.is,  vefy apparent; Siisp'slide'; rock ^covers "the  greater part of their claim, hig pay is nacnrally  expected f they took out 6(Joz. for the week.  --^Steadman co. are making from loz. to ; S20  a day to thehand^^ix-top^  retidy:;^tp clean up:-^Cbrnish cb; tppk out good  pay;la^tiybek.r--Tyack cp. ;cleaned up their  boxes after ground sluicing and had 25oz.  They will clean up bed rock, this week arid  take b'kt big payi~-Barker and Sheeps. "Head  cos. are sinking shafts.���������Australian: co.; are  making ������8 a^day ori; the high; rock on the  west side of the c^e'ek.-^Eiavis co. washed put  l44pz. fpr the week ^Aurora vco. took out for  the week ���������330oz.^Neyer S^eat co. are mak-:  ing $10 a day; to the, harid^Galifornia; cp.;  made wages for:last week.-^Pbrest Rose cb;  took out 51 oz. for the week,  coy are making about wages^  Prairie Flower  .iSJQ^  p  IS  HI  1  ii  m  y[,.ylyyX-y^l8^TS'li^WB.;y  , The Floyd cp; have not got ready for wasn-  irigyet���������Alturas cb. gashed; up 190oz. for  the week,���������-Taffvale co^ are now. within: 20 ft;  of their own ground arid will be washing this  week.^--Jenkins co.;are makifig abbut'������������������ wages  while running a drairi tunnel to tap the Muclio  Oro claim;���������-Miiclio Orb %>. took put ^0 bz,  last week.���������Durhaia and fimery cos, are prospecting. ���������.".���������;,, .'_'''..'   ;..'/'" : .../.'*���������'  -:    C0NKLIN3  GULCH.      ,  Th ere has no t b e'en, arioth er creek p r giil ch  in the country where the tide of success has  been more fluctuating than in. this gulch. Season after season since 1863, the advent of, the  Ericcson discoyery, prospecting of the most  expensive character has been prosecuted, in  some instances with, partial success, and despite the many drawbacks arid failures that  are daily to be met with, the hope of uifcimate  reward is urging a thorough search to be  made for the lost lead on both sides Of the  gulch. In the course of a week ������r two some  develop men ts will undoubtedly be made,  which will either raise the fame of this giilch  to its former greatness or sink it lower in  public estimation. ;v;  . The United co. washed out last week 76oz.  Ericcaon co. did not take out anything last  week,, having been engaged in preparing to  work irom their upper shaft.���������Reid co. have  started to work in their upper shaft and that  of the New Zealand co., and expect tp dp well  this week.���������Home Stake co. are sinking a  shaft near, their side lines.^-Hood cot ;are  sinking a shaft back in the hill, near the  Grouse creek trail.���������Renfrew co. are blasting  bed rock from bottom of shaft and will, start  drifting during the week.���������Just Struck It co.  are Still running through rim rock.���������Galour  co, have gone through a spur of bed rock and  got into a very loose wash, the drifting  through which necessitates the use of face*  boards. t  MOSQUITO OULCIT.  The Minnehaha. co. expect to reach bed  rock towards the latter end of the week.���������  Willow and Discovery cos. are doing well.-���������  Jeffree co. took Out about 30oz. for the week.  -^Holmaa no. are taking out good pay.  ployed. Another company further up the  gulch are running a prospect tunnel.  ;; Zr'- '-'i ���������" "ripwHteK CRKEK. ���������.  ;;,Thp water which diminishes very fast in  this creek during the prevalence of dry wea-  thery has already begun to fail to such an extent as to prevent hydraulic claims from run-:  ning oft'any inbre top dirt, and all are now  hashing up; tlieirJ gVpiind .sluices with very  satisfactory results.  Kellyco^asbetl up for,week about' 130oz.  ���������yarigjian Sweeny co. had for week 40 oz.���������  Boyle co. are making wage^.-^-Plumbago co*  are Vmaking from $10 to $12 a day.���������Flume  co. are taking out from $8 to $10 a day,,  wbrking over pid ground.���������rNow or N'ever co.  have ?l)een drifting up stream on a channel  containing' a very heavy wash, but have struck  no pay :;tliey intend now to run 20ft. farther  into the.Mil whore a well defined channel is  known to exist.���������Moorhear? co. has been paying:'$10 a day to the hand.���������Chittenden co.  wii 1 take pii t goo d pay th is week.���������Sagemil-  lei* co; This claim has been purchased by  the Mybrhead cb, so as to enable them" to run  a drairi to the upper portion of the -latter  company's groiind, which has never been  worked, and iii which g66d pay is supposed  to.exist.���������Pirst Chance co. washed out fbr  the week 100 oz.���������Calaveras co. have not  coriipleted their drain tunnel, but expect to  get through this week. ..  l:^,i\���������:.-;;;:..'--.lcErui^.JcREiii;..-:.,.-���������I ~~~.~  Times arq very lively at this camp. Tho  Discovery co. are working 10 men and making $ 16 a day to the hand.���������Sappers co. are  making:wages; 4 meri at work.���������Aurora co.  are working 15 men and averaging $20 a day  to the?hand. ;They cleaned up for a two days  rrinTlast -week : -:374 oz.. This claim is in  thorough working order and will yield good  returns for years to come.  11 !��������� Z' ^^P2 BEAR CUEEK. ���������  A tErbm the present appearance, of things, it  i.s Biipposed by^riiany that good diggings will  yet;be found, ori this creek. Prospecting is being prpsecritei,with great energy, and everyone is in; high spirits.  iZXyX'y-X'- KEITHLETS  CREEK.     "  ^Ariglb: American co. are averaging good  wages 5 they cleaned up $2001 ast wee k.  'Z:-��������� v ���������'��������� ~1 ��������� ��������� '��������� ���������'" r Zx '^.ANTLER GREEK,   .  Larkin & cb. are ^making wages.���������Smith &  go. are still going ahead with their tunnel and  running through a very heavy wash of gra-  yelyylyy yyy;y ......  .Several other cbrnpaniesare at work lower  down: the; ;creek> all of whom are makirig  about;wagesv.T'Ay;-;  ., Zyl l.y ���������..''STEVENS CREEK.  "'There are 'about 30 men busily engaged in  prospecting- this creek, by means of shafts  arid ground8luicirig. The Flume co. picked  up/a piece in their ground sluice, last week,  weighing $92 , when they commence. r#washing tip they, are certain of good pay. One  company got down with a shaft last week at  25ft. and washed but 2 oz. from the bottom.  BEGGS   GULCH.  ��������� The Ancient Brition co. have not yet reached bed rock, but will, it is thought,' be. able  to do so during the present week. A company near the mouth of the gulch are ground  sluicing surface gravel and making from loz.  to $20 a day to the hand.  MCARTHURS GULCH.  The Discovery co. finished washing up the  pay dirt taken out of their tunnel during^ the  winter, and had over 200oz., which yields  them an average of $8 a day for the time em-  j GROUSE CREEK,   ' . .  :Tte'prbspects of a lively fall are becoming  every day morei appar ent on . this creek.  Claims which in'the early part of the season  were abandoned or conzidered worthless are  now either paying well or giving promising  indicatioris, and a verjr large area of; mining  ground has lately been located on the upper  section pf the creek, which, it is believed, will  prove to be highly remunerative. We nave  been unable to get a full report frpni this  creek for the past week, but can vouch for  the following particulars :;. ,;  y;:  Heron co. washed up for the week 5^bz.,  procured by cleaning up bed rock that had  previously been worked.���������rWild Gboso co.  are making wages.���������Discovery cb. are find-  ing good prospects back in the hill a greater  distance than they have ever before reached.  ���������Full Rigg co. are taking out good pay.���������  Ne7er do Weel co. washed out last week 70oz.  They found throe nuggets weighing respectively 5, 3 and 2 oz.���������Ontario co. are just  opening a drift, they washed a little of the  gravel not near bed rock arid got 3oz., one  piece weighing $21.���������Shy Robin co. are making wages.���������Fountain Head cb. got through  the rim rock on Friday last, and struck the  channel which prospects well.���������Rocky Point  co. are making good wages.  The following is a recapitulation of the  quantity of gold taken from tho different  claims on the creeks and grilches mentioned  in.the foregoing report, exclusive of those  that are stated as paying wages :  Williams Creek, * -   -   -  Lowhee      "        -   -   -   -���������  .  Grouse       "      -   -   -   -   -  Cedar *   '     -   -   -   -   -  Keithleys ������ .....  Stouts Gulch, . y - - - .  Conklins  w -   - ��������� ���������   .   -  McArthurs Giilch^ -: -   -   -   -  Musquito       <*     .   .   -   .   ,  Total for week,  o&\  2,008  AERIAL NAVIGATION.    ;  Many of our readers may not be aware tbat  experiments have been in progress for months  past near Sari Franciacb,under the direction of  one Frederick Marriott, for constructing and  perfecting a machine capable of navigating  the air. These experiments are iri a fair way  according to recent accounts, of realizing the  most sanguine anticipation's of the inventor.  It is not beyond tbe bounds of probability in  this age of great, invention's, to predict that  the invention will prove successful. The following is a description of this Avitor or aerial  machine as given in tbe Bulletin :��������� ;  The first machine; oh the Avitor principle  has been named. the Heiiries, and is now  standiog'ina;;large building constructed for  the purpose, at .the Shell Mound Park, one  mile and'a half from the Milibrab Station,  San Mateo county, on the San Jose and San  Francisco railroad; and about nineteen mile9  from. this city.;; On enteri ng the shed; wo  found a large arid solid looking vessel, though  made of the lightest fabrics, s'ripporled in  much the same "way as Vessels ' designed for  navigating; the /sea,, are, while i u pro cess of  constnictibn, arid surrptjnded  by a similar  scaffolding. : Tlie "sliape of tbe AVitor is that  of a hybrid b'etweeri a;fish, and a short-billed,  sh6rt-necked} plurilp bird, stretched (and in  iri the act of'flying.   The outlines and general features /are a3, unlike> the sketches and  f carFcit tu r'eVtlist': ba ve - b eon-put - o uty as -a ��������� c r abv  is unlike a'qiiail; .The total length from stem  to stern is seventy-six feet, to which must bo  added twelve feet of tail, makirig eighty-  eight feet over all.   The greatest.diarneter of  the body is;twenty-one' feet; the height from  where the- keel-would be, if it was a ship, is  twenty-bne'feetl/;' A transverse section taken  a little forward;of the central point between  the stem and stern, Would show not a circular '  but a heart ;shape ; the crown depressed, and  the greatest width:; being at about one-third  of the distan'ce below the highest part' of thi.;-  back of the gas holder.' From the tip, stretcDf  ing backward On 'each side,- forfcy:threc feet;  and attached to the body "of the vessel at tho  shoulders, or broad part alluded to, are thin  membranes,- or .horizontal wings, fixed and  rigid, and made of the same material as the  integument of,the main body.    These planes  act much as the wings of a bird when sailing  through the air,, and will steady the machine  when afloat, and prevent its rising and falling  with, every revolution of the propelling screws;  These extensors or wings are tcii and a-half  feet wide at the terminating pbiritsj near the  propellers, thus giving a total breadth of  forty-two feet to .the machine. at; the centre.  There is a portion of these wings, oil each  side, about ten feet square, which is movable:,  These movable parts are hinged on tho for-,  ward edge, and there is about eight feet of  fixed extension between them and tho extremity of the Wings.   These movable planes  can be depressed or elevated twenty-two de^  grees, up or down, at the will of the engineer  and when the machine is flying, will either  increase or decrease its altitude, as a bird, by  the inflection of the wings, can .skim the surface of the earth, or mount to higher altitudes  The rudder is as nearly the shape of a fishes  tail as it can well be, and is controlled by  light, stout cords, connected with a small  steering wheel in the engine room. .The tail  does riot move; exactly as the rAidder of a  vessel, but partially reybrves pri a rod rprp-  jectirig from the iriterrial frariimg;v When ;the  helm is amidships,;ttip;;rudder^ is pbrperidicu-?;  laiybut when the steersman wishes to pprt,  or feo to: the, left/be inclines the upper limb;  of the tail to��������� that sid^,;a, piptipri wMcB throws  the lower��������� limb as riaujehtp;the starboard;pr  right side;   ; According tb the speed at which  the.machine is gbmgi this would divert lier ?  course^ and ih an element presenting so ^little ���������  friction as the atmosphere, and a body shaped  to overcome resistance so5 easily as the ^Hermes, it would probably only require a diphf  two or three degrees in her tail to maky her  describe a circle in very narrow liriiits:;, yz  The propellers aire two-armed, 8 febt iri  diameter, by 34 inches in breath, with a pitch  of 25 feet.   The outer shafts are 1 inch pipes  and the inner o^es or driving shafts%;are ������iti:  tubes.   The engine is on the direct action  principle, a*nd is fixed against a light Upright  plank under the propeller shaft.   The diameter of the piston is 3| inches, arid the length  ing'or. ������������������-~ -- - ,,   - .     , ... ���������  power 24 and real power i horses; , The en.  tire weight of the machine When in proper  working order will weigh 1171 lbs.; tne  quantity of gas necessary for supporting Ibid  weight will be 14,500 cubic feet;       .   , ;  TiiuSihsR STOR:������t.���������We were visited yeste'K  day afternoon with a heavy thiinderstonit;.  which had the -v;e'ry beneficial effect of lay*r:i  the dust and clearing the air of its sultry  vapors'. ;.; .     ,. .   : 4,..'t,.W.  The regular weekly Bxpr>m.^Ud Mail^,  leave next Thursday on sccbutit ������ Hi* ������|  of the" up mail,*     ��������� .LUMMi|)U]UiiA^JJ/4i;jM^��!fl3lg.MlWF>7TgrweB
Memory,-thou canst never die,
Therefore we shall strive to leave
That with thee which" will not grieve ;
, "When we view the record o?erj .
... And receive thy just reply,
"Thou hast written, here's the^re.'.'
^n our tablet, from our youth,   :
Doth the plainest records stand,
For we wrote with earnest hand ;
"Then -believing all would keep
.Strictly in the path of truth,
Wrote the records plain and deep..
./If hough the dust of years may fail
., On thy records til 1 they seem ������
To-be fading like a dreara,
*Neath the dust they?re standing yet,
:��� .Though we cannot see them all,
Still we never bah forget.
j?or there comes a time when all :
Of this dust is swept away ;������-,
7 Brightly, in the light,of day,
"Whether bringingjoyorpain,..
Jn obedience to our call,
All the records shall be plain. '������:
Memory, thou canst never die ;
Therefore we should;strive to have
That with thee which will not grieve
Vfh en we view ihe record o 'er,
And receive thy just reply,
. "'* Thou hast wri tieiil here's the s core*���
* I   Druggist,   , .'
lection of Dituos and Patent SIkpicines, lncludr
ing the celebrated ��� Golden Balsam, and Murphy's
Mixtures, for the. complete cure of Secondary Syphilis.
Also a great variety of. Sarsa par jl las, Hair Brushes,
Tooth Brushes, Combs, Tooth Powders, Sponges, Fancy
Soap?, Lubin's Extracts, Rose Water ,and other Perfumeries, Garden Seeds, &c, &c..     ...
Jnst received���ari assortment of Stationery, Pocket
Diaries for 1867. and Billiard Table articles.
P. S.���Prescriptions wire fully compounded. , 1-s
LYTTON 'CITYi;'B.jC;,;; y:-';-X'X;y'
Begs to inform the public generally that,hahns: :
On his premises for' upwards of 200 Horses.
. Hay and Oats for Sale cheap.
TERMS   MODERATE. >        l-��"  "
; .Victoria /advertisements.
CHEMIST.    ;: : '".'"���'".
A house in Milwaiikee has, been haunted in
"3a particular chamber since the death of a
child,; Svho, as gossips said; bad.died of parental hegle c t.   The p at en ts left; the h ouse i m-
* anediately after the death of/the child,/giving
as a reason Uiat the associations with their
lost child,were so sad,th'ey.preferred a change
of residence. Another. tenant came in, and
the, sleeper in that room was startled at/night:
"by the pattering of 1 i ttle<, feet overhead, by
low moans) and now anct then- a;hight wou 1 d
>' be made;>terrible, by ah; unearthly whistle.:
The house became tenantless, and the curious
flocked to the hau nted chamher.
Th e landlord fel t the ��� necessity of re trie v-
ing the character' of his 'house, and himself
���movedy'.'wto. it, he /occupying,.the haunted
=cb am ber.; The: first night; passed without, any
;ghostly .ma,hifestatipns, and the> second night
be went to bed more eoiiragedus than ever.
But the:noises were heard; and he, not daring
to move, lay in/terror;until /morning.   He
���> related his experience to a neighbor, who had
m ore sense;. than most of- his' neighb ors, and
/���; who proposed;an investigation.
-"���'" The Milwaukee "Sentinel-;g.ives; the. result.
Search' .was. hadT and the/ discoyery made that
a couple of doves bad their cot in the garret.
���on which was rib floor. These/ doves there
did their cooing arid billing���hence the moan;
the doves trotted around on the plastering���
whence the patter of little feet; the;doves Happed their >vings-^herice the sound of, winged
monsters j .and the doves displaced particles
of plaster, that rattled down the.room sides.
JBut the whistle. Whence came that; melange ho ly so un d; ? ;, F.urtb ei* search d ise o vere d a
���child's whistle used io fasten a rattling window���bericc..occasionally, when the wind
Mew, the "whistle whistled j and that, is the
���end of that gb6st:story.
" ���        >
J. Wniiass BooTG.rrA correspondent of a
New Orleans paper relates that a friend of
his has won a wager of So00 by proving that
Booth is still alive. He says : " His whereabouts are known.to five persons only, who
know that he is Booth.; He is/living in obr
-scurity, not far from his native land, and is
perfectly safe, as his disguise is so complete
his own brother would.not recognize'���him."
HAS FOR SALE, and constantly on hand,
a well assorted Stock ofDnips, all tho Chemicals
used by Physicians, Photographers, Assay ers. and
Mechanics. . Also the popular Patent Medicines, aud
Druggists' sundries;
t Retorts, Crucibles, MuiUes, Cupels, Ingot Moulds,
etc., etc
:  mal .    '   .   . . Chemist.
BENJAMIN   DOUG-LAS, Successor to A.-C.
WELIiS, Sapdle and" Har vkss Ma k er, Ya 1 e, B.C.
/ISP* A complete assortment of Stock constantly on
-hand:  :..::.'. '������'. "y���  ���" "l-s"'"":"
J.  S. D E AS,
, Front. Street, Yale, B. C.,
BEGS TO ANNOUNCE to the inhabitants of Cariboo
that he intends to forward (as soon as the state of
the Roads will permit), a largo And well assorted
stock of Cooivi.vG Stoves; which he will ��� dispose of at1
Yale, 8th April, 1867. .1
PARTIES'DESIROUS of shipping freight "With Dis-
. patch, wj i I fi n d i t to thei f ad van tage by gi ring us
a'call bofore engaging elsewhere.
;������'   '������ ���   .- > '   -" ALWAY &  BAILEY.
Yale, April Sth, 1867. - .     ���    1-s'
\", W: H."'��� Sutton,"'
EALER IN" WrxES, Ltqoors an'D Cigars, Coal Oil
Coal Oil Lamps, &c,
In Bbls. and half Bbls. .  XI
Yale, April 18th, IS67.   ' '  . . 1-S
���'./ Wholesale and Retail Merchant iri
X Travelling public; the bedrooms are spacious and
airy and the Beds cannot be.surpassed for cleanliness
and comfort by any. in the lower country]; the Table is
always supplied with the best of victuals... Stabling
for Horses; Hay, Oats and Barley constantly on hand.
conily opened by ibe undersiinaed, wlio' will malce,
ii; hiscou^trmrsmdj^vTi^f7%i5ren^e!rfe
modate tho traveling public,- to deserve rt'Share 'of;the
patronage bestowed on tho form er occupants.   ..,'���
"IISF* The Bar contains nothing, but the. very.?' best of
LIQUORS and CIGARS.   Giveiiim a;call  :��� V
BOYD & HEATH, proprietors,/ / /^
fpHIS HOUSE is situated 26 miles from Q'u^snclmouth..
JL The proprietors havine; latelyVfltted ijp'Jbedrooms
and good Beds arc now propared'to afford every accom>
modation for Travellers; thd.Tiible is furnished with all
the lux\nies that can be procured; the Bar is/well supplied with the best brands of. Liquors and Sepirs; pood
Stabling, Hay, Oats and Barley. &$* The CHEAPEST
House on the Road. .   y 1-s
Corner of Langley Alloy and Yates St.
Have opened te^a1t)W^
and well assorted Stock b
������' .      :.- or 1- ; _y
:       AND FLOWEll SEEDS.
The business of the late .ffrm of Jay & Co., Fort it ���
and Sprintdiuld Nursery, will be carried on hv thJl
in all its branches. .     . , ' y    em
Fruit Trees and Bushes, Evergreen and Deciduous
Shrubs, Buibs and Flowering plants of every descrto
ubn. ;���,..- ���.    ���   . *  {.l8?;
il. H. TUR"NER & CO.
English ^French Silks, Shawls, DreRscs, Un;
derclothing, Gloves.*, and every, description of *:
./':.:;������". Drapery Goods. -: .������ ,f ..;...
Rpc^ivc regiilnr fupplies by Express via PanaThaani
by sa ill ng vessels via Capto Horn..
*/?Sr" Particular attention given to.all orders,    *���',
I^ohdon Eirm-^T. P. Tunstali. & Co. ��� \:$ ���
/;    ESTABLISHED 1858.! %
T. "WALTERS, formerly of ihe 04 MfLE Hocsk,
having purchased this.Banch,  is. now prepared
to accomodate the.traveling public with GOOD MEALS
and BEDS at moderate rates/'./'/'.- :���' ������."������.���'��� -lyyy l-aX:
Storage; and Forwarding!
YALE, b. c.
TO.v Routs, are advised that     .
.Have erected an extensive Storehouse and Dock at
Yale, and are prepared to Receive. Store, and Forward
Goods. Goods re-packed, and freights engaged at the
Lowest Rates. .... -    ...'������
Parties shipping goods through us will please mark
to the care of
is . ���    : ��� KIMBALL & GLADWIN.
��� OR ���
.iXEESsiis. co^NwAi^sxxyZy
4 T THIS WELL KNOWN" HOUSE, italf-way lietw4n;
JrX Speucc's llri dge a nd CJ i hton^ on the ,Y*aIe Route.
Travel 1 er.s wi 11 tind Good Accbinniodation.'-'���-������ The bvsiof
living, of Liquors, and of Wines,::: Fresh Butter,"Milk
and Vegetables.   Good Stabling and cheap feed.'    1-s
Wild/,  PAT  PXifvTICDLAR ��� ATTENTION':������'T0:*$����>
:���: lect i ng, pucchasiug., or lorward ing "Goods for. t hd
upper country. .    . - t . ���  . ..        ^
^.>i^y,'46mm1^i^//^tri]Sted t6 bis care, will receive
prompt attention.        v \: ,   ...iv^
" vRei (fences :���W .* A.-- 31 each am, E. A. /WADiiAMa^;
liARrKK. J:J^ "Bkajilv.
Victoria,'April, 1S67.,        '       ';'\- X      ������'-.'. i
y       HOTEL DE FRANGE,X ���       ',
GovEnxii^T Street^ Victoria, -V; I;
THE RESTAURANT is^/supplied with all tljof
deli cac i es' of; th o..seasoh, a rid Ihe isleepi h;$ ������ accohio^ -
dation is replete witli every comfqrUv pTlio} best^of:
.-Wines, Liquors a rid'Cigars./".;-' ./��� *:.;i.: Xy&y
i-s      :.:/;/;,,; ;,^
A. W. PiP Eft,   f
.Govcri)ment;'Stre.et, opposite the "Theatre? ;��� {.
GAjSTDIES oi*; every cl escri ptiori vinanu ract Jstred ft nil
sold ���/Wholesale, and Retails     ���    ,, 1-s
SToiiE^ Iinpor ter o f fi no MKickscHAtJ m Pn'ES, Stems
Mp.ii tb pieces; Oigars and Tobacco;: Jolitii son street; Vi��
;toria,.V. I. ;���/_, ..:    ��� ,��� /;,  -l-s
���   soda cbeee. r:���'.:.,.: ,:.,
CoNPKDKRATroN.-^-The Montreal Witness
sny$ that the British Government have informed' Governor Seymour tbat one of the
first measures to be brought before the Canadian Legislature, will be the extension of the
Confederation to all the British North American .territories.'-"*..'��� '  ���'������'������= -'y
desirable property, is now Prepared to accommodate the travelling public. The table is supplied with
,ttie very best of viands. The bedrooms and beds are'
as comfortable as could be desired, and the BAR con-
tainsnothing but the best brands or LIQUORS and
cigars. *���.:/:;
A good stock of Grain and Hay always on hand.
3rd May, 1807. 3      ' W. WRIGHT.
A  GREAT REDUCTION has booh made-iti tbe charges
:X at this establishment, so.as to/suit the times.
Meals, $1; Beds, 75 Cents"./"-���   ���'
May   1st,   18C7. ���'   /   ;., i.s y
TTJXiES /iKTJEFF,- Commission;.; MrkchA>'T, / Royal;
tj  Hotel Building, "Wharf^street'Victoria, V; L   1-s/v
36 MILE    POST, .'*,'   '"/"'.  '
TRAVELLERS will find every accommodation at this
Hotel.   Excellent Cooking.   GOOD BEDS./
^       STABLING FORHoteES. ���     /��� ,     ���/
TIMOTHY HAY and OATS at 'lowest Rates.
BOOTHRiOYD/RRO'S, '���A':'l:i
���yy-y.   ' Proprietcrs/ '���:���.
^j^ If you want good G9ffeeni?e Fell's.
CASAMAYOTJ.begs leave to state that he
. has removed his stock of Goods consisting of Gro-
okries, &rc.? from Wharf street to the Brick; Building
���on Yates streety adjoining Cowper's Boot Store, oppo-
eite Wells, Fargo $z Co.
He will sell bis.Goods by Wholesale, at. the lowest
rates, for cash./.        ,.-���      ..".'-..���������       i.   ,   -. l.s  :
THE UNDERSIGNED begs to inform the miners and
residents in & around Van Winklo that ho will in future keep an assorted and GOOD STOCK on hand, aud
hop^s by close attention to business, and by selling
at LOWER RATES than heretofore, to meet the patronage of all.  ���
Orders from outlaying creeks accompanied with the
CASH,.will bo forwarded with promptness.and dispatch,
'���/'���'   j?��* Terms CASH, without distinction;
1-s' J. W. LIKDHARD.
WILLIAM ZELHER, dealer in Drugs, Kedi-
cixes and Chesiicals, Fancy and Toilet Articles,
$?p^uges,: Brushes, Peri'uni ery, &c. Physi ciahsK Pro-
suriptions carefully compounded and orders answered
with care and dispatch.   Victoria, V. I.       ?        1-s
\j Clothing bought and sold.   Secondhand Watches,
Gun.*?, Pistols, &c , for sale,
^gar Government street opposite the Theatre.   1-s
afford every accoinmodation to the travelling public, an d b opes by a stri ct a Hen ti on to h u s j n ess, to
morit a share of the patronage bestowed on the former
proprietors. This is one.of.ihcmOst comfortable and
commodious Hotels on the road; containing as it does
warm and well furnished bed rooms with good beds.
The TABLE is supplied with every delicacy it is possible to procure in the upper country. The. BAR is
stocked with the, best of Liquors, and the choicest
Cigars, '../; ,
4ST MEALS,   $1.50   EACH. *m
The stabling for Horses is all that could be desired,
and the charges are very moderate. Hay for Horses
per day, $2 ; Oats and Barley at the cheapest market
rates.    ���
The undersigned has a large quantity of OAT HAY
on hand, for sale in large or small quantities.
Ill MILE ^tjs^;;;y
'���'���  AGE IS NOTHING! r'-X
X for the comfort of travders: the Table is supplied
OLEAli'S .Coffer. K��htse van*p ��� Rbstaukantj ;
Govern men t,S tree t^; Victoria, Yy:t\ /iThis.^is ithe /
ch ea p est, nios t co m fprtab le,; arid ,b est - attchttcd Es tab-:
lirihmcnt in thftCity ���'��� -,:r' ���"   !
: TheB AR is al ways1' snppl led with1-1110 choicest of/;
Wines,, LiqroHSi'nd Cigars." ?"s
'���'Z y! Free;PoFfc; ''for:'E^er^::-i-.:;V-
W'E THEvUNDERSIGNED fAKE/ pieasu're in/anv'
nouiicihgip:our nuin.erousvvcustoinersiand the
public��� tba.t we;.will supply them wlib tbe.b^stFKB.vcif/,;
Leather Boots (duty free) ever oifercd in.B.C.;:*  ,;:.v;
i^g-At our old Standi Government St., Vic toria/YI
-. yyp$y''' y, '��� 'y. Z' charity & butler. Z- /
A/'-.��� FRANEEIiV^Yictbrin^J V/ ty Deateriri.Fuks,//
.; Skfns, IIldks, Wool,' &c. ; Liberal advances made ���
on Furs consigtied. Reference���G. Sutro & Go., Beinv^
hart Bros. Victoria, V.:'!'. ���""' /  XXlXy :. l-s.7
STJTRO & CO., riCPORTi:iig% and 'Deatjebs- i.v
CIGARS, TOBACCOi;Meershrinm Pipes, &b., S" E.
?corner of Yatos-andAVharf street, Yictoria/   yyyl-.%...$
KWONG, LEE ';& CO.. CoMJvtisaio.v Merchants,-I��* /
pouters, and Dealers m Chiricsc Goods, Victoria,
V. 1.^/ Yale, Lillooet, :Quesrielmonth,   arid Williams
Creek/,       ���_.   ,'.:.-.-s���.-...     y! ���.;' ... :-. ���;yX--y,y '^;.?!>��?���".���."
17 "WATS&T, 'Watbhmaker,: jeweler ^5^/
iJm and Engraver, Govei-nnicnt street, nextjf7gJ -,
to the St. Nicholas Hotel, Victoria, V.l. fi����a
the ^Vag.on Road at this place.
Iiiternational   Hotel.
TOIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE is now open  for tra.
i. ..vellcrs. - The Table-is supplied as formerlv with
the best the market affords, and. tho Cookintr cannot
be excelled.    The Bnr is stocked-with the finest Lr-
Quoits and Cleans.   GOOD REDS. :   '
.     . ' -v,i . WILLIAM CHARTERS'..    .
^:"B ' " ; Proprietor.
The Bonaparte House,
QEMLE*^ & PARKE, ProiDrietors, nt the
U Junction ol the Cariboo and Dip Bond Roads is
now open for th c accom mod a ti ou of' th e p ub J i c 3) i s-
tance from Clinton, 2(5 miles; irem Sdvan^issteamboat
aud Cariboo.
1 - AGE NT," Government S t ree t, Vi c tori a,'. V. I.   1-s...
and VICTORIA CHRONICLE.,} Ordors for mailing either tlie Daily or Weekly issues of tho above to
any part of Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, &c .loft at this office or sent to Yictojia will be
a t ton d e"a to. Tji rm s 1 n ad van ce. WkkklY, l2mos,,.
with Postage, $7 ��0 ; 6mos. do.; $4 75. Dailt, 12
mos do., $23 ; 6mos do., ��12 50.      / -y v.-
Packed in Tins of from
two to . twenty-iJvo pounds
Fort street, Victoria-   '
Wholesale and Retail,
Masonic Hall Government Street Victoria.'' l-��


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