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 feed  .c&d<  of  &&^  No. 23.  ??  .OarifeSP!"  f a. fer:v ;,;:���������/  AN*������ VTzbSESDAt.  rifiBT HOLLO^AY,/P������omKTO������.;  piirable   t* the Carrier,  iue  ^ of:.d#very.i  TH'J3-?G  rAi������BOO SKNTIKEL"  tht* lii'aata of the Great Eastern stea'rasliip >  but thfe masts of the Great Eastern were sent  in pieces; while those of the MdnH'ch are  wb<*le. The weight of the masts is no less]  than fifty-three tons. -���������''.'These ponderous  musses were lifted by means of a 25-tou  ateani crane.      '  o���������  ������������rK OF THIS OFFICE   HAVING   BEEN*  astflts/Circular-SrCards, ^;-^.. ���������..���������."..: ���������;  Beheads, Programmes for       . ;,;   , y  Balls, Concerts, and . y. -  ��������� * tieatrical Entertamments. ,  , fo/ai? deicriptfoTof JeK;:Wia^it;i^^;  *3?Terms moderate- T*fc:;.. .. ... ��������� - ..._:  lull  CHAPTER pN/WQE-MA^.:/  m was tbo old he-Boss of tfoe /,whole  lotofus, and he waked one day from a  sleep after;eating hananas, and behe 1,d  m. She beheld him/ before he beheld  History repeal itself, and man has con-  ever since :to wake; np and;behold  ui. The wo oi an that Adam beheld, and  ivai'lU held,dMnHhaveany green.muslin  Iter fthawi on;; ��������� ftiie didn't.;#re^a/darn  ���������r St������r ri tii ac p.ri ri ts we re one sh ill in 5 ��������� r; |  )\Hmit yartl: ��������� "slft'df. bronght'her knit-:  anil - co 11 cla tl tidy as 'ih e kinde r liked the  r of -the menagerie, she'd tie to bim.  as iii lull;opera costuine,- arid Adahi lie  oft after her, and she likewise after  vso, they bitched teams, ami; Ihnsxom^  ed the gr������&t:,.drama which still; ernes ph  .. \Voruivft -is; nios.ti Y pf : th e . fee-m lie gen -  &Vt;/a tetv that'tfant/ta^lti. They  ^muik^ijdfM,.- to , bother- man,.  * spend bin iaont*y far bim. -They suffer  iiy, and toothache is their" main holt. A  ifi who .can go,*a .week .without**, biled  rrappe.d.around.her chops; or cotton in  artf,wo'u\d do,fur a corner-stone for a  iMiscum. Tlicy hare been^knowa to  anil:iriw clean ont/wiwi tliey 'have a  oft place to.fall hitoV \\ritfiout winimen  d b;������ no - heroines or she-heroines: no  *with pJctHresof fatal rescues,no biled  no gingerbread, no one cow's milk* no  tews nor broils, and no heed for curtains  ateijer goes to bed. Winimen' in our  atigiijufeht be better, biit sho;could 11U  biy be worse. ; Juat take a'^vomah of to-.  or .yesterday, or last week or even last  er, that ha^a sunny; infant suiferihg.  a attackof brpwn scollops or lobsteriha;  requires aussing, rocking; and pareporic-  rary fifteen ;m.iinitesbburiy, whose .whole  is two.-and-f ; half<feet of .suffering bd-  ty, and requires champbohing wittrco'd  U every few once in ^whiles, and asfc  go to a^mtmee JV when her hubby is  ������'!smessva;ndinrbot a >int/bf biled  agamst two yards and a half of Nicoisoo  wieat, with-tarlonto it, that she'll: leav*  ^l?a^rU������ {**Utt b^nd"- b������f. and get  ������bhje or Bismarck fixing, and raatfcinee  ������Mmoon (Her;C6afc;ofarms is/:;the  irawn ^W1??. ra,aPftftt; feh poles  ;*i*?������������������ anA **eMellon stay there ^"til  ������U ruifii   Motto BxcelsioK   ������'��������� '  *���������^ grWin ff  5������5tl lC?[frl^V5s^n^n^nng,the  Tax tlsxv ers al Pr actio b of mixing Ch icorv an d  otherarluiiertttives wiiii Collet1, has vt-ry much damag  ������d in public eati mail im, what ought tit be the most  delicious of, b eve rages.; So t:fl'fctuallv Jiave the public  bCL-a drugged with such mixtures thatthe true prop t-  Ilea have been lost sight t>\\ aa 1 iii-tny prater it bi ick  and.-thick infusion to a drink ���������rich in spirit and. aroma.  General as is tbe usi> of Culiee, it is little known that  ��������� In coa>ie&3inp the v,������pnrs- exti-aeted -from"the berrv ni  roiiH ling^ a liquor is ou ta in e ri * 0 f the; mos t u.i us In nw  taste, and of a scent the inostuijheanbie. Undersuch  circumstances it is evidently iaipurtatit that all the  Ka-U'S-'Jind fluids extracted hy rkstih^ should be '.ca r-  ried ofl-as quickly jis prts-sibl^, Sn drier to prevent their  returning;ajpiin to the Cv*ftee = wlirch is the c.ise in the  conliaud cylinder. This object is sulniiribly accom-  p'Uiihod by the new nn! pat'-ntfCorHcalCoftceltoajiter?'  as used by FELL & CO.,;Victoria, in which the bcrrv  is d irec t ly exposed ui the r/icl fried' 1 > eat^ a nd ihe va po'r  the ad vantage ���������' to b e tt'eri ved by the rap! 1; removal of  ihe steam cdntaiul n tj the <>bj oc don able proper ti es^ t h e  purfi aroma of th0 C ������ft*ec:is ratalned, tiie^essPntial oi 1  being, preserved ahri not exhausted; as in "the Cvltndcr  Roast or* where the CoUec is r .q aired 10 r ;��������� niai n a much  lunger time In "-.can sequence of theVsteaihius it. unaer-  goes by tho conflnud stcami. ^H is cheniiciilly ihipossi-  ble to retain the ^UEliii^s or arrest the deterioration of  Coffee.when groan;!, t The heat, engendered by the pro.  cess of roasting, aiid csp-'cnlly of:grin/ling, creates un  action-in ihe elementary p;>rts which gradually destroys  i ts fi tn ess fot drink... Bat to re tain th e essen ti'd'. oil  wliich H conta ins vvevhave. i t i>nc ised ta t\ns contain ing  from 1 lb. to 28' 1 li s., a nd which "can/be lia������ 1 from any oi.  the respectable dea 1 ;.-rs .; V?c cm con tl < I eh tly 'Tocoiri nK-h d'  those who have hi 1 hvrto}. bceii ��������� obliged to refrain from  taking Coftlsebn/Bccount'of \m ill effects that they 'ma*.  use our Coffee^ routed in the C.)n Ic) 1 Roaster, being re������-  coram end od by...all. medic il in^ri un le'r whose "notice it  has been brought j and by a u morou r other test 1 iriontals  in its favor. :    \ FELL & CO.,   >  ,���������'.., ���������;        ���������".���������; Coffee srirchau t?; Yaies St.  Victoria ;'.'*'  BUSINESS. CARDS.  RICH  M^y.3,18681.  E U F E  MERCHANT,  D E R  B..C.  Cm  EDGAR   DEWDNEY  BUSINESS CARDS.  -i-���������IftlHiT.  CHRISTIE bRQS.   $<AV������ QPENto  THEIR Kfctf  t?hop, opposite the Post Office, and are pr^irod t<^  vjxecn tt������. all kinds of; Blacks ml th work with n oil c us*  aud dispatch,    ' : ��������� ���������  ���������Barkorvillet June g2,1SS8. j^23  ���������je8'6m  F. V. Leo'a Auction Rooms,  ".     ���������   BARKERVILLE.    ...  'MET  KEW vVDVERTtSEMBNTS;  tri  inn  WS/11 ���������P������tkMi.::that none  w-rgo without a violent shock to the  Cm ?wo J hi0*81? etl������-ilg01lU* There  **$������������Mmy������ PNparotf-oM that  yearaaffo !i      ' \hlch we mentioned a  !������������������������ n������������������m1 with  sub"e(*ue������������y trJod on  ** 0HSS op^05ed* Ls nitrate oi i������  un    ,     ���������-������������������, --p'arfc.11  E/Ii D GBM)0   S v LOON  WILLIAM   STfRLlNG,  ttKTOR,.^  y^ ��������� <?.BAH Fy^RV^LLK^w^C., /  -  HARPER;&  ;������������������ ./IMPORTERS AND', ,  .'���������WHOLESALJE  DEALERS  IN  LiTO? .Stocfe.. of all kinds,  jeB dm  baiikkrvi'llb;n.o.  x .::;^:;McI^eraon^; ;. ^^  V7 A J G h M; A KER^  ���������������������������; '���������"-" .''.'���������- ��������� AND-��������� --".V������������������'*.;,��������������������������� ;V;- . ���������/  :;/,:,/;;J:E;^:^';L'^^^  A-.T ,E.  H 0 DGENSV O L 1> ; S:X A ND.  Barkerville; 1st M*iy.;i8fi8.  Hth  ���������   dry: goods akd l^qW   /  A latjje asscttment/of.lttdx and; StEEj, al"ivays: on  ���������;1.:    ���������"���������'."��������� " ly;'";--- <������������������ hn'nd. ��������� ��������� '"���������'������������������'.: ������������������'���������'  ,:---   ������������������'��������������������������������������������� "  Barkcrville, 5UylvlS6$. " 6m ������������������  bruqe & Maun,  Carpenters and Bnildersv  (Opjwsi L e ���������osino|?nlitari Saloonk  ;vi.        .,'_.; J.AS JC J3 R, YJLIi L K.   pONTRACT^UNOERTAKKNANn ATX KllfDS 0*  1/ . Job Work dono with imtuzVb*lUy iiinl diHp ������tch a&  r������a������ouai������Ubups, Ag������������������d stock of seasuned lumber  al ways ou a an <1. ���������,.- j ..34 4m  n-o.-'ib 1 c Ei  YALE   ^A_De  SOOTS J  P~RfCt"S^  e>rreltod'.    I'.trties wishing YiUirtnuAn BnntN.i  will pi ease send their orders to 1>XHv&UAR1VLE[  who . keeps the best olV French., leathers alw ys on  hand.   Orders n^hv^HbdO^  pniriiptly attended to.   ''������������������       y      h.XlcQVAUiilB.  '���������: Vale; B "Ct Slav. 1. 1868...1:.::5::>. X"X <5nt  Van Volkenburgk & Go. -  RETAIL   BUTCHERS, '  ri EG 'TO IS TIJUTE TO TH EIR VRI E\T DS' ANtt TH E  O public general ly t (tar t h i������y now. have tw (j. Mark itts  in B irlcorville^.one in Richfi;:!.1 and one inCiintrH;ille,  all of vhIch; wil I .be cousian tly atid^w vl I snppli ed with  ;   A D L E R    &    B A RR Yr  , / -      BAKKfiUVILLiJ, B./G.  /������������������ May 1, 1868.    '     -*   ��������� Xy ���������    - .;    .  '-     ���������    X"'_  WALKER & piNCKERTGN,  S aloon and Restaurant,  '    GENTEE7ILLK,,  , MOSQUITO GUECH;  May *, 1868.   , ^/-:/     .-    *���������  ZZZZWAK E-UP-J AKE  Restaoiraiit  THE  PROP&TORS  OV- THIS- #ELL ��������� KpWX  1 establish in en t, i n . tliiwikt u" k the. pu bl ic and. their  numerous Trim Is for jvisVn������W������r^, woUl.l!kiri'dysf>ljctt  ftf tii ir nt ir ih <x?*\ t as' t U������y;. 0 Mrnu w  in -thSlr J in e. of  .aconunnancjo  preparud to afTori every s*ti*������action: -m tn^ir 1 rie.  ���������������������������iMayl,-IS������?,":>i": .:-:'.v >:vi;;w':- i'*"1  ' Bread:d������*li^w4 to ail 1 parts of tn?yrcM*������v. ,,���������  VAK'l"vVINKLE  1  1HK ABbVE HOUSE' riiVt^G BBENVBteBUIW  and fitted up for the aceotumodatiou olthe pubjit  will bo kept in iv&yU to dcly c Mnp'tiiwu^     .    .  Goods sold&t'Wholesale;or B!tiil and us cheap as  th0 cheapest:i\\.Uirlb>Ki m-irfctst.  ^.!     .      .   ������   .;  Wholesale or. I er.* from nuxlylag Creeks will be ior-  vvardodlreedf^traclurge.     ^ ^   timilAK^  Van Wiukbv H1*' trt* -1S6S. :_JLyJli^  J. T. SCOTT.  The  r 'uwer-uiautn  fA* ������   *;t-^6^ tubular  Ki^SP?,ff������rs������'  ARCADE  K. LIPSSTt.  s.  IN" AN^OUNCIXG TO  lie generally that tiu\v have purchased tU*  "ly occupied by Jfr C. Pultunv an;i  iselvs fr..m their lum������xpvi-'ocs m ������0*i.  TAKE   GREAT PFiKASOBE  thopubli  Sal (ton i    late  fl-itter themsc.  ucm to mprit alit.er.dsh.ireof t������eir p������������***���������������������-  At the Bar will be found, a full supply of the best  WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  B*rk*rvill0, M.iy aoth, 1863. Jel 6,n  extf-nde'd^thprn'.  V B'lrke^iip", BvG.. Ma j;.- 22; 1863.  jelllTlf;  ^B^IlKERyiLIiB.  JSuohis/ ��������� '1-.   ���������  BE UEliD AT TAB'. ABOVE  A   12 i������01 ^a-tarday;, at |tToon. j  /Gopfi^^solj'on . commissioUi   Oo^ds^/rcceiyed oil'  SjU'������r!i������a������/v^npy. advanced on cooris.���������; :./���������  .Mo'vcliai) ts Avi31 please send <l*;0 Is to.Anctiob EoqniS  not.lf������'t^r;.tlniia Friday Even irli.'f^r'Waturdfiy'ssale.;-/  v4'#my?l 1\ V- T.RIS-, Atiotionepr.  .^4������^*s-fe.  flfgraphic; Artist,  II AS CONSTANTLY ONT HA^b A'tS&OlCE SKLEC  Ul). tion of Drugs an J Patent. Med icings, inducing  new nvide and Patent ftIte, Trusses/ Syringis, Cherry  Peet( ������riii; Sarsnpa rillaSj: an d. if wyne's Al tera li ve. ivi ���������  purifying the bloody ���������������������������! ���������**,.  ..Also, Stationery, Bed: y^d Black ; ink/ 'Gmdy, Seedaw  ���������:Bi 11 iard. - Chalfc, and Pocket; Knivesl ?;The c.-leb"m tod  ;Gr.ii len-Balsanj and  Murnhy*s Ifixfp'res;for the com^  K,  y*&*  ���������   \$!*t>S&������j  %  :    I  :   1  HAS   A1AVAVS  ON  HAND; AND   IS  MONTSLT  importing the most complete assortineut of  /; Eiiiglisli j dlotkiii^^  .. "Glottic  B:������rketviU*;:^yX 186S  6in  WH0LES#B  ..." .( ; - '      ���������-.:  .AND /^RETAIL'  DEALEE  G-rotiries, Provisions,  har|||a h������, m*  GOODS,  CLO^ril^NO, BODtS AND SHOES,  "Z ;/^-'':&c.,.A:c.t;<fcc^'  /."/"bahkebvills.  .: ������������������.'.'. inv2S fiitt  '  FOR SALE.  With vory littlt  ,.,,.,  lint winter residence, aB it has ad oubloio ot  Apptjr to J. K. fifJIES, or itw Oific j ut Uu p iptr.  stovesr_  :;.;>  /barkkrvillb,  H^jvc just received a choice selection of   _  CASTIRON COOKING STOVgS  SHEET COPPER,'. HM  TJN-P-I-ATB  AND'SHBBTtSOS,  'with variDUSMber articles io their line of trade.  '' mSh loDbinKinthoTin, ShqctXron, Copper and  tiou.  whifth... will >be Tound lower in .:'pribe and better ifi  qu .Lii ty. than any other in Victoriav ./.  ���������iWil/ WII^ON/is the ohly/rihpQrter in the Colony ������f  ;     LOATHE R    CO ATS,  AND WIST: END FANOT HOSIERY.  AH orders, "IViiolesale or ttetai!, thfo\if|b 8irnard'a  Express, will ncejve prompt : c>*te .'ind utt c-u 11 on���������  W. SV.'n squ iredealing," both ih i>;irat(routon uud Vic*  lori.;������, si ace '42; is a g u������ > rah tee lor ^ >od vh! uc-.    j ��������� 11  Steamer Enterprise.  M^L IN 0������DJ5K THAT IT MAY (/ONN'ECT  Si^X^ sl with-    BAMAKO'S    KXHU&S,   the  ^S^^K^Si s^amer Enterpflse will her-.-after leave  Quesnelinoutli on "Mondays & Tlinrsdays at  (j &.m������  Will Leave Soda Greek on Tuesdays.and  ���������fi^iaays at dayUght.  IPs- The steamer is not responsible for leakage of  OitsXroLher Liquids shipped m Uns.  Qii-?ynrlnir ut l>, Jun^ 19, 1808.   j- 22 3m  ��������� Farmerg������- Attention.!  AV ANrD AFTER THIS DATE THR RATE IFOft  U" Grinding at theSofA CitEES Mill will ho      .  ONE-HAXF  CENT  PER POUND  aCd screenings returned. A Sist-class Min-.-r com  sumUy iu attcnUanco. Capacity, one hundred ond  nfiv barrels per day. ���������  JBF Satlsfactien guaranteed.       . ^ -^ ^^ .  Soda Criek, Jan������ 20, lSee,. ?������-*^>  r������.v -> ���������'���������'"'   '���������[���������������������������. \X: yi\   -y. ���������. -Ws',    ".-.���������.���������   ' ���������;      ���������-���������.���������.."."  ������  Z'ZylilyZ"- ' \-J?s:"...:������: ���������.. '':#* i;"';'>^-'i  .%������#���������*;;  lilis;s&iilo������irip i  ME.llEADING ilOOM.  ;.t" s*  MS5DNRSi > AY, AUfiUST G,  lg68.;  :;A^eHts: ior "^i������;4i';..Cs^'iic<? ;Sentiaei^-,;'; fe  TMn"Winkle,   ���������   ���������-     a-��������� ~y^y     J'J7' tkife4  t mou tii, MP. fcoudie: Barnard's: Express. Office;  reek,   .'���������.-%,',-��������� ���������':'���������'"���������-������������������;i/;>'^:.';;',;,Baf1ttttrafa "Express/  riir.'snel  ^1 a Creek,  ;"Vale-'/..���������'- ���������;-' '���������'.',.--'���������.-: "Mr. Evans,  ;; dp;  ;<few WeatnilasWr, -      ���������������������������.' Xy'X- '���������":'���������,  jnctorJJVv/", ./���������,// ;':>";:,/,������������������"..' '���������.'��������� Xyyy^Ail.  ���������49  Clarkson &lCo  .Lyne.  mm  X. u The ''Cariboo SonHuel" 13:published/every Sun-toy  Xf'XXnt Wednesday. AdvertlgemiinmlHl^nSed for insertion.  ���������'' ��������� [mist be delhvrad at la test at 0 o'clock, p. m., the day  yy-y \>efnre publication.    ,   ,^ w ^ ^ i, yy .;���������.....   ������������������"., - - ��������� ~ -."������������������ -' -  J      V TO CORRESPONDBJto.      ,y ���������������������������������������������������    '.'    ���������  $?''1-k���������:':.All communications must be accompanied by the  n.:" rs We rtlnaine and address ypr., the /writer, not ;necessnniy  /'y v: with a view' of pubUsMngtuc saine, but as security lor  ; t' bis good faith. : ���������  ���������   : ���������'���������', '-   % / ;;: /; -.'". ~ ��������� ''/���������'-���������������������������/>__  ^:n/-V-.;/-':���������/.,���������:"-'   -.:-:.^ TO.ADV"ERTI8B������sCV'::'yllyr- ..':! >'-:  -Xylyyff^ All Advertisements;(notinserted forany definite  ;'.;i-;.aferiod) will be continued until prdereUoutaudebarged  '     'Jor accordingly. - ��������� ' ���������   / --'/"> '���������        *   -  *"' ��������� ",<  Mr, Bowron has furnished usl with -a gfate-  mens showing the cost of the Reading-Room  arid the'bdi>ks;cormvetea therewith,; also tbe  ���������unniialJtsost:o^os.^������ihs.ii;- Tbe whdl������\cost  ot the bteiidingwasv ;- :- -������"V. - ^?J *"  Books       - -' ;.���������--���������- -;>       r     "     *������������������--?��������� Q  /.;'':i���������V':;^���������^'^i^^���������;:''���������;::���������:';���������   ; totals   /      $2431 80  Towa2^ wbich was contributed by the Gov-  ^-;-.-.;'?50-;;,>  ��������� '-::-';-50-:'-.  /������������������;.���������;.. / eniment   ������������������ hx/yX X'*. X  Praceeds'bf Concert"������������������.y ������������������;.- /; g - ���������  *������       Dramatro <Jo"rps  .���������,:./; r;/-' .. '   :to"talr;J' ;  T^ea^ing a balan^j^tic Bbwron of   ^S155($ 80  ;Th^ cu'iTeritexp������ttse/^r-oiie:yettt-: ��������� $ 300- 00  ���������Fire.^o.oifi-/r./.-/>;--:vl'>i.-: 'y'yyi yX'.  cbaC bti *;* *//:���������;��������� ///..: -.;- ������������������/ ������������������ -/��������� y' ������������������ //  Printing aodad^lising/ ,r /-  Incidental';;//; byy-'-yy :+llr yy :  Librarian's aalaty      ':-'. -    f   y  $���������75 00  200 00  280 00  , 72^50  150 00  1000 00  t ������o large : and when we consider that the  ilea "or extension is contrary to the expressed  ���������wish of the Dominion Government, and also  ���������contrary to the art prices tions: of a large and m~  flnential deputation which waited on me  Colbttial Secretary/ last year, among whom  weM Mr. Roebuck, Lord Grosvenoiv Lord  Milton and Dr. Cheadle, it.. becomes dificujt  to conceive what authority:/ has formed this  opinion of the Secretary aud advised him that  the extension of British Columbia would be a  "public advantage." If the Government of  British 'Columbia has neglected to comtunicate the wishes ot tbe people on the question  bfuhion;asagree<V  is a suttcient reason why we should makeall.  haste to havea direct commnni.cation on- this  subject. &uch mote then should it increase  our energy and determination when there is  sbrae likelibood that; our Government's  secretly- misrepresenting our wishes at tfte  Colonial Office.    In   the   Imperial  Act  oi  NEW ADVBUTISBMBNTS,  WARE  AND  S  ���������i*������iv  V m. C. CAMPBELL,   ;  HAS   JtST feEOklVED ONE of the largeet find'  beet afisortcd stocks of     : ,  H ARD, WAR E  ���������fM%'?-:- y ���������:"... ���������.  Mix- ;  tlM "yy  !v ��������� y ���������"  *'lvt- y.  ���������  Ji 'l ���������       =' '���������' ,     total,      *;. $2002 50  ,;In the charge for Librarian's salary, Mr.  Bowroii includes 'the interest that should  justly accrue to him from the balance that is  due. him on the.bntldiQg!;m0.9i^v^.v^r.^ r  The above statement shows thie impossibility of carrying on tbe/Reading Room unless  a geneibis support is accorded, which, if  'promises are not made to be broken, we are  happy to be able to stale is likcijy to be the  case, for fully a bund red names have been  placedy upon the list ;,by the recent can vass.  We-itfex truly gratefui/at^hisy and feel sure  the public are more than pleased; for we can  cbmraunityWabah / retrogressive; progress,  which: thii^closing of the Reading Room  'would certainly have proved. j The necessity  for its existence is so potent that wenewd not  Eve  axes  round  -.,;;;.: .��������� /'��������� SiNlNG TROSPECTS.; ,>;;/��������� :,;:/,'.-  ^I^We/i^infc at thbpreBebt tiiKO;we areijustK  Med In^speaking favorably /and conudently of  tie^present pr0spebts;and future permanency  <>f themjiies ofCanobo.   ^deprecate with  WSyiWx'y: !he;mostihteusV  iiip a.country for tbe mere sake of getting a;  ^bpulailpn, witbpufcany  Wit^'&ZZi-Z-^b^^nc^������-'^'r"; ^ - fy1*? seen the e^l of auch;  WZlyZ: y'[ "y&'co iirse]1 itnif afe ' wefe  / V    '..''*. Coliim bia to-day is suffer ing. from the effects  .ofbxageerated and inflated accounts of ithe*  igold inines/bf Cariboo ^andbveil s^  ^entiia^ly prove "as rich and'inexhanstai>le|say  a   word on ;tbat score.   Apeopleice-  r* ;     aUbny were seven ye^fe  &"      ^ e      i theiyear, as the.people.or Oanboo are; wouUl  stagnatb: IneviUbly/iK  "commiinicadbn^thevhe^rboni^^ to  b^ves/its^ip^rtaiszclbabdi andHhe comment of  e very day i e vents of ;tbb ^ou ter / wor 1 &X d i ver t e d  by reasonsb.f^impecuriiosity bnrihepart/brthe  people./ However^there is no pepasion for it.  The iy 1 eltl;/pf;pbit staple~^golilj^is- 6n vthe  annual ihcrea^  ces^bf t/aribpo multiplying d^  macienoy^pflltbis7/1bcation; as|;the;depot of a  1 arge? d.is;tric| b ein g/tbus ��������� g iiaranteejd ii no th j a g  clalcuiated/tb affprd amusemehj/br,;! ion  sbouIdlbb��������� suffer)id to 1 angutsh^/? 1^ is^ tbe in  iebtion/b&tie^mana^  ibJfuUire in/every way wor^y  b^itybfits patrona;|/NeaHy/every ��������� Jnatipna}-;  i ty v^vi 1 l^findv ^newspaper or^;tw(q/inv;tb eir/ o w n  1 a^gilag^>;?I ta j mi^^rencli J: W^ijh^;ari;d^^Oo r n -  ���������wa; I .i;^tooSw il i!jb ay e;: ab o rgaii 5/N or.;' are) '{6 th er  cblonlsJs/^/be^gl^t^ be  irepres^n tfeS^^ on r  |pebplb; wiji^mauifest the^ame^interest in i U  con ti ii iia n ce aa th ey d 6 / i tv i tai; repp en i n gj the  bbibniittee^ will be able to increase the number "ofv papers /and /periodicals. The tickets  are ;now ^ready; torj subscribers, and /the  tiibrarian/will'be^ much; obliged if the siib-  scri beii; wi 11 cal I at/th ei r earl j est/cojiy eiiieu ie  aiiti get-them, as; he is desirous of send ing Jer-  new supplies of papers;  Union separate provisions are made for ibe  admission of ftupert's Land, the NorthrWesl  Territorv atitl British Columbia, bufc^where  are the* provisions and reqnisitiona for the  a Imisaion of the Nortl^Urest Territory or any  part of it, with British Columbia? There:'is  orilV. one mode of solving/this mystery ; let  tne people of *' this* cblonyemid^snrely they  are the most interested���������a^fk the Colonial  Secretary of State, arid it is very likely that  the reply to such a memorial interrogation  would also reveal to what extent and m what  manner the Government of this'colony has  persistently opposed Confederation, while  they have deluded us with fair promises and  insulted us by breaking tfaera. F;  :-/ ,   ' , ;        if the truth aa  then   known  had  been  fairly  t'y stated thepop^latibn/and prosperity of the  ;Vr' colony vvonld be now far in  advance-of its  .-' -present condition.  "But as it is not pleasant  i^ ,      to reflect upan/pas^^  '"'" '    ������We will make riolJfurther4 allusion  thereto;  but  try'am}  speak as'encouragingly of the  T?    .\ future   as   facts  and consistency will allow.  ;Slnce tbe^pening^oi/the/mining season of^68  i'we^bave^felt- and^ saidathat > the rmining prbs-  jof Cariboo never were more promising,  althoughf/niu^i dtsapgoin is .felt  Since  weiia  ���������nyT.  yy  r:   X-       ^  ;m  txXyyX  wly^iscovcred./.ia^'^juitev sufti  11 beyond<ya* doubt t:tfiie^&������frenfc  m^aiieUfc:obar���������acter^pf^the/mines of  -vjis/      Cariboo.,* Look, ;for   insl:ance^.at '.William  m--        erode, wjiich has now been 1. mined -for seven  years, within the smairspace/bfil'miles, in  3en^th> ^including 13tout and/Conklin gulch,  ^ietdin^ regiilarfy a/ Mferate of 1000 02. per  t^^kf^ith eveiy indication that in;another  ri /year;the amount will be. doubled; and that a  dozen years; mustljs\arise ^before the hills in  the vicinity of Richfleldjcan be worked, out.  -Look: again at Grouse creek, one of the next  -;/bldes^niinini: camps^whicb underC/systematic:  ^mining is made,to:yieldfc^  : week the sum, of .400 ox^ and this on ground  ihat had been considered worked but.   From  /Tihese^facts aloive ;wbjare convinced that gold  jtnibing in /pari bop; is Stil I in its; in fancy ; and  beside,   when   we   bear almost  every   day  1111 tben tic accou n ts pt p rospects of an enco 11 r-  aging ,ch aracter being foil nd in-new n nd-differ-  ent/dir<'Cl,ions; we have no hesitation in saying  we^belieyeCaribootp\be/the richest mining  ���������country in the world, and that it will pro ve  ^itself-so to *he *when the proper appliances arc  : itnad-e to de Vel o pi ts^ gol d - r.eso urc es.   We fa ave  :^eviously given  /lation,in order to the practibal results/of oiir  "/theory' be ing attained, can b e i nd iiced to tii e  'li> ebiiptry, and that is by clveap travelling and  bbeap, living; both^ of^wbiciif/ai^e/cbntingent  ; iijjbn gbp(l rbadsvbuilt^ in the right direction  tiin^JbbGncumbered by bbhoxipus tolls;~' The  /j>rbspect; ��������� of an abundant harvest the present  ;Vear; promises to dp much for the-up per cbuii-  try by furnish ing cheap bread and cheap feed  rfor animals, besides aE&ording an additional  inducement to. ?e,t11 ers.;. an d tbe -large ihvest-  m en ts tii at are b ei n g m a d e by capt tai is ts i n  ���������tne erection of mills show/unm^takably the  fa i th th a t s u e b rn e 11; have In th e ft 1! u re of the  c 01o ny.   Nor is tbe i n terio r al on e giving ev i-  dence of an increasing prosperity.   The open*  ing of new and valuable coal mines on the  coast, and the erection of additional sawmills  and fche increast no; demand for Bri tish Co I w m-  bia coal and himber are evidences of so substantial a character that none but an enemy  to the country can close Ms eyes or  convicr  tion  to th a %ct th at Britisb Coium b I'a, fro m  the Rocky Mountains to the wave3 of  the  Pacific Ocean, is destined  to be in mineral.  'A/NEW STUDY.  II.  /If it did riot tend to arouse, sectional feel-  iugsin the colony; that arb better left iindis;  tu r bed ji we could show: ,;by re ferriri g to b th e r  despatches: and /acts; of: the/ QbyernmenJ; that  it' b. -gen e ral ly ch afac teris ti 6; o f, i Ii em to p ro-  ' ui ise and not perform ; but. their; actions in  refereticb tp/contederati^  snfficient to, establ;sh: the ^facfc that the Gov  e r n me n t of B ri tis h Col urn bia is nei th er a a a fe  nor speedy: medium  of communication  between the pieople and the Crown ; for fifteen  ro p n tha /alter ^he Go v ern or; vo I u n tee red to  co rresp o n d w i th the Col o n ia I Ofllc e   on  th e  subject of uni011. we can find nothing in any  of the despatches of th it office which wotitd  imply that the Government of British Columbia has ever moved in the matter, with  the  exception of one paragraph of a very suspicious character.    In a despatch to the Governor-General of Canada,  from   the   Colonial  Office/dated Downing street, April 23, 1868f  the Secretary for the colonies says :   '* A por  tion of the North-West Territory, immediately  adjacent to British Columbia, I am of opinion  it will be^necessary for the public advantage  to retain in possession of the Crown, with������a  view to its incorporation with British'Colum-  ���������bia.":. This   is   a happy thought.   It would  appear that the Government of British  Columbia has set up opposition to the Dominion  Government, and is asking to have the boundaries of this colony enlarged.   This inference may, after investigation, prove to be  false, but it cannot be unjust* as our Govern-  naas  .������*���������**������^-**^i���������. t*/*va*&yiii'Z*7*~i  NEW^DVERTISEMENTS.  NOTICE.  THE GRAND JURY ARE REQUESTED TO MEET AT  the Bank of British ColumbU, TK13 (WeUaescJuy)  1  EVENING, at Eigbl o'clock  au6 It  JOHM: WARK, Foreman.  NOTICE.  A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO PATERSON & GOOD  A: SON aro: her.}by requested to c^ill ������nd settle  their acc(>unts on or before the 1st of September next  or they will be placed in the Court for ci/llt'ction alter  that date.     '..'1. '���������'���������������������������  Barkcrville, August4, 1S8S. ano lm  ,  Saint Patrick's Church,  RICHFIELD.  THE REV. FATHER J0LIVET, VISITOR G&NERAL,  and Rev. Father Macguicken, tvilH prencti on.  SUNOAV- next, August 9lh, in St. Patrick's Church,  RichfieU. au5 2t  TE^EATR;E_ ROYAL.  ^iTafont and ward  Minstrel & Variety Troupe  First appearance of Mr W\ BENNETT, who  has kindly volunteered his services on this  ' occasion; ���������.���������"./       s        '''l-y-  Lobk but for the Laughable Acts of  fi,:v .  ?������������������",������������������'���������/.:���������"/.���������  THE    BR A 2 I LI AN    APE!  ���������AND:  OF!  SINGING, DA;NCING, &c:, by the Company.  Doors dp^-n .at S o'clock, p Tlormance to; commence  a18 leO, A<\ inIssion, $ 1 ; Reserved Scats, "50c exi r.i.  Box Oifico open from 3 till 5 p.m. Jy29  It m lie  ���������.���������"���������������������������; ...Q'.rjESNELMOUTH,  9  give  any  comtntinlcations  industrial and commercial wealth the. bright- J ment  has   positively. refused   to  *>st star la that cousteUation of colonics which  Informiation   regardfng:   its   comm  U to add io the lustra and glory as well as to  with tho Secretary of State, who proposes to  ta<percaao<���������ncy of ihe British Crown. j enlarge tbe boundanea ot a caioay already 1  ReceiTing & For-warding  : Ageiits,  Are prepared to. forward goods from .  QUESNELMOUTH TO BARKERVILLE,  At moderate rates.  Coods and  All orders promptly attend eel to.  Produce kept 011 Stongu th    in.ti'(������.,i.  Rkfekkxcks :���������Messrs.   Pearson   Bros,   anl   Buio  B^������S. jy29:iin  A D^ WcINNES would luform the public that he has  ������*.* op-ned the abfive house at the lower end of  Burkerviiie, where he-will furnish  Board for $12 per Week,  and by strict attention to the accommodation of his  customers and a good tabln, bo hopes to merit a share  of public patronage. &tt2 \m  und snathes; axe and piek handles; ropo, saws, giasa.  scales, carpenters' t(>6ls, Jocks, 'hingepj screws, hasp*!  Staples, hat aiid coat books, files aiid fasps; butcher^  and hunting knives���������_...cutli-ry;-In great variety,;atnl  every article necessary for, a mining Country^ Horao  and mule shoes and nails.' Also a ^ood assortment of  stritionery, all of which he-is prepared to sell at price* .  which*' wi 11 d e ty com peti Lion.,'" ���������.'"  :-?/May 5.1868: ;���������..���������-. ly ��������� -��������� ..',' .,/ ' ���������//���������, ' ,.;���������;// ';./,-..��������������������������� ���������' //" ;/'.'-''  ^{P^Vms^-. HICKMAN  HAS OPENED THE NEW iBUlLDlNS ADJTOINIK0 "  the Post Office as a '       ,    *'   .      '   *y  LUNCH HOUSE AND SALOON;  where she hopes, to receive a fair share of publlo  p 111 ron n gu, from her friends a nd th e pu h lie.1  ���������y The��������� Bar is stocked with the best or tiqaors, and  good BOARD furnished on the most reasonable terms.  Also,/good BEDS and ROOMS TO: LET, furnished or  unlurnished. The kindest attention will be paid to  nil whom^iy favor h������������r with a call. jyo \m  (Successors to Buie Bros.,)  BAR K E It V I L L Et .  DXALSRa   IH  ���������o visions,  AND  L O THIN G  Jm9  PURE    HONEY,  .   IN   TWO-POUND   TINS.,  DIRECT FROM THE RANCHES OF LOS ANGELES  . California.    This is/a splendid  article.    Evuy  miner in Cariboo should get a tin and try it. ;  ���������   ���������ALSO,���������        ���������  FRESH     BU T TER,  -IN   SIX. POUND   TINS.  For*sale- Wholesale and Retail, by  E. PEARSON BROS..  \   y2a-lm���������.;'.���������-; '        B:irkervlll^. .  WILLIAM   RENNiE  HAS JUST   RECEIVED   A LARGE  ASSORT  ment of BOOTS of various styk-s and of tho  BEST QUALITY ;  also, Benkerfs Fine Drcsit  Boots of the best description.  I have Boots of my own make warranted not to b������  surpassed by any Boots made either in this Colony or  in California, cither for workmanship or durability.  Gum  Boots constantly on hand.    Boots made lo  order and REPAl RING done at' the shortest notice.   ";���������"  ^wNEXT DOOR ro THE SENTINEL OFFICE,-JBV.  jcia:~y-.\        BARKERVILLE, B.C.     :r:  J^'xiyRZA  M^K.CS.   Exo.,   L:S.A.   Lond., 1  SURG-iEON   ANDX. AGCOUCHERr  At home for' cdnsbltation daily.   OiUce two doors  bHew the Theatre.    Office fee, $5. /v '���������  DENTISTRY^Teeth Extracted or Filloil witli Gold^  $6���������; -jel6 &m  -.*������������������������,' ��������� ������������������. .- -.7 y.~\  -   -,---/---.-?'   .   ' ' ���������    ���������   ���������  GENERAL AGENT AND ACCOyNTANT.T-REv TS  ���������; and Debts Col"ectcd, , Accounts, stated, and  Mining or Mercantile Books made up ABbusini'SS in  the above branches transacted with correctness and  promptitude. / "���������';" -yyX-'y- -.-y- vv-;,"*.-: "-���������'���������iX''-  Any messages or orders Jo ft at tho store: of tna  HU-lson Buy Co. will receive immediate attention. ���������:  , Bark������rviile, July 13,1868; M������  ~      BARNARD'S  TN FUTURE AND TILL FURTHER NOTICE, THE  1_ Express will arrive in Barkerville nn Saturday  Evening, and close again for below on Tu<;stiay Evening, at NI' E o'clock. . passencers. leaving per Ex*  pr**ss,ou Wednesday Morning will be in Yale on Sunday afternoon.  Juno M. 1868. ,      ROBERT TOOL, Agent.  NOTICE.  N FUTURE, NO BUSINESS WILL BE TRANSACTEB  at ibis Bank on Sundays, "'-���������*.      iA,  The .Office hours  during the week will  be from l������  a.m. to4 p.m. _   '������;������������4i   ���������  H. SHIRLEY BLUNT  Agent.  Bank or BnTfisHCrLusiBU.    1 , rtA ,.  B.irkerville, "20th July, 1868 j jygaim-  NOTICE*  BANK OF  BRITISH NORT.H AMSRIQA*  N FtlTttRE NO BUSINESS WILL BETBANSACTED  at this Bank on Sundays m in ^  The Office hours during the week wulbefrom jwm^  4 o'clock. ^..     _   - .  ROBERT BURRELL, 1   A���������ents,  GEO. GRANT, j '**'.���������������������������  Barkwvillo, 20th July, 186S       | jy2S I������  r '  Tif.txg-1 ?ujr;;cy-.f.-5^������v w',v������������*!6������i������  ~xr"-yyy^Vttu. :J   xy$x ���������  yyiyy,  '"rZiy:  ���������   '    ���������yZ't  "   :    ���������     :!  *?'������������,:���������-.J&.Y178* \y?y f L\^iu^^\&%i������;^yy  t   ,.^^^-- yk1:, ^-^>,^y   ,1    -   , ���������^^:r^i  ������������     . *���������������  ������v  ���������  -f-  n  It e; a dof. tlie Ve vo I fe  JAY, AUGD  cAiBdR$A*: ?    :" ���������/���������;���������.-^  I ���������      ^TiiIv 29���������A despatch, re-  fean Francisco, J^" j^ Washington  Lea them. . . f   .     mall pC)X has brokea  Rjsariftt stores. .^K^^^ti^&te  1 ster.orsan Francisco.    .;.,.;._.   ���������,.,.-  "     ..EASTERN STATES N     . >'.-���������  .toj by 115 agaiMfcSU, and tho Speaker de-  fe Senate bill/to;*^-^^^^  'rer Alaska, was amended;end passed.-inr the  ������nate.  Tlie bill (or the protection of the  ,b*f Americans JVDX^  ftat In case of iraprispnireaV by any foreign  lower, and rent^  -nt is to use any means not amounting to  stiial war.to.efcct::i:i;eir^reieasis, Pa^?.'S"2^  ������5.       ������������������ X- '   : .*'"-���������     ���������'���������   "������������������<������������������'/   ,-....;"7  Baltimore, July 2 G.���������Thirty-seven persons  kre drowned at EUiptfa miUsand six/in the  f ty. the "rivet ..is jamriied .with lit wrecks ^pf  louses, factories' in^every^fi^  New York, Juty ;27r^Despatefees- from/Sa-  annab say ''Jeff Bavin sooti lea yes; for. Europe  j be gone several months* an^^  & represented ih the coming/ trial by coiin-  Wasttjbgtop-,'JvlXyyMinify*>$ena������f > Use  ���������oreign: lieiatibns Obm mittee/w as; i������nsti;ucted  Jo hi qui re into' theexpediency/ of .making/a  treaty with >'Engiand'/:fSr ^eoiiprbcU^|witE'  tonaili. iTUe diKif* were open?atnbon,^hen  ie President "pro /tern amibuucecl thatHthe  jpnate would /takea recess Until the third  [Unday in September. ^     / >  rliii Id r������wii \i in;/sJ������j(ura$n& the -conn try. iii to  [jvo e m pi res, gb ve r ned : by the/ M i k ado; anct  ;ycnon.     ' '   , ������. y < "  New York��������� Jtil^29r-rThe|��������� tf teatnship; Colo���������  j-ado brought .600;~M'pm'qri^  (rho leave*!mmediately/for Utah!;J/ JV Vr / ;  i Several case j ofcuolerji are^reported in the  ;MEXtCO,./.;///:..;../-.r-/r:,./  New YorkjWuty 23--Alotter from the city  >f Mexico says f&e teaSing  papers  intimate  that a coalition "between   European:;'-.powers-  ind the United States is being disctissed, the  )bjcct being to deFelope Mexico and sell to  lue United States.., .���������-  Z; SOUTH AMERICA^^^^!;^/^/ ;  ;f  Panama advices state that the revolutioni-i*:  akmg no headway,'as ft is supported only  y the instigators.   A decree ia issued order-  up an increase of the State military.  ihe draft m Panamais suspended.-X\  ������lGi)in ^^-Oongress has adjourned.  C!^^tena has b������on appointed  Minister to the United States.  hlnMl W - *J 26-The news from As-  irampni 1 "P^.Portant,-* / pro Vi^io rialgov^  R h^������hlmmnff ������ P^session of PanLa.  D rwiuL H-'T ^hfci^v'I^iseXpected  ^Sfi**^.^ Saa/FrancisSo by  ���������'-CtCSA AND JAPAN.  ^X^' China,to I2tV Jxily, sar  ���������Hemp  to tetVT  iUlVe ^*���������4 the  *S������������rS M&h**ft Reived fVom  wntnncd Th.. ���������������. .^ ������������������ ��������� lha c,vl1 war  fining Lnift TO 0t the.Whogoon was  b-tshi has an arm, ������r * '8 rePorte(l that Stois-  i������6 Ye-Mo Tl e ������* ���������'?/ 'S ,.rlous,y a,oniic"  ���������"������������������UnMion to nrovIS T *ro*������������W every  lands accordineK* , r������re,������n������ra buying  Hiptilatioo.    g ������ the twms.of the treaty  %?n Atftnfc;^"3^ a<JTlces from  H������a Ministms haVe ?"1? r,e<:eived : All  ������8Wst a retivai bvnfTe "n,t������d in a protest  T,b������ troops of the Mit.^   " ' WV  continued.  ������f *������ Ports oZ K ^fiW*er������.5a PowwiJon  ^Wbi, br0P4or^th08a^  >������n r������feiew���������.  oi *ao xycoon, is at the  been-some figfatin^ in Yeddo, but with no^de-i  eisive/resuUs..-jit is thought war between the!  two parties, ^here respitetiye Rtrenffth m^*  resouroes appeared to be so evenly balanced,;  "'':Zyx' ':::' "���������/ Europe. ���������  ; J*arrfl, Wl������������f3TKa /Corps Legisiatif had  a,, lively discussion over the proposition to  restore the duties formerly imposed on resin-  ous produce imported from America. It was  finally rejected.  Z" London, Jury 123-,-In the House of Lords  it was stated that;Mm Czar of Russia had su������-  g^ted thta all-great .powers un ite in ���������aiia/jreu-  ihent to abandon th������ ��������� use of exp 1 osive builcfs  ih, time ;Of war. Earl Malnisbury said Use  Government bad reason to believe-that Russia bad corisenteU to the proposed international oii lit a ry. com missip n. :  '  'y. -London, July 24���������A telegram from Madrid  says Spam intends marking St. John and Porto  Ricaji-ee portd if the British West India Co.Ts  steamers will call there instead of at St.  'Thomas.,/   ...  ��������� The ^Jntish House 6i Commons have ebfe-  ^^4:the. bribery bill, Mr Fawcett moved  to reinsert the elausij /providing that"election  expenses be paid tiy local rates and not by  candidates. Mr Disraeli\ opposed; this as  giv/ing no guarantee to the ratepayers* since!  the election expenses would be caused by. tbe  improper CRudidaey of political adventurers.  The motion was rejected and the bill passed.,  Paris, j dy 26--The Corps Legisiatiff ias  passed the bill- assig ni ni'jj fou r hill lib n  francs:  French Mexican-bonds*  -London, July /26th���������The t^ll owing %as  beeu receiveel from Rome : The pbIiCe have  d isco vered a mi ne to b 1 o w u p tire fort o n  Mount A^erbine, r T^vb sentinels//^ere; te;j  centljr attttcked in the night and woundedt  The police hayeseized a quantity of/red and  b I ack' (Sat i b al d i sh ir ta. L i cehses h ave tieeh  wUhdVawn from all the wine ������������������������������������sh ops in the  Roman quarter.     * *     >  ; ���������; Lisfc ori, 'Jti ly 27.���������A ,report was feceived  here ./that a -British' g nnb oat had latided men ���������  at one of the Portuguese staticns !rin the foast  of Guinea, disarmeci one the guards and bad  taken possession by force^ of -the/arms./The  Portuguese Government has despatched two  war vessels.to, the scene of outrage.  London, July 27.���������Lord Cranworth.' an  eminent arid liberal peer, died to-day J/ ���������"���������������������������.'Xy  In the Hoase of Lords Napier; took tbe customary oaths and his seat.  and severa  .Th?V������m������ co.. washed up ,  o^s and,on Thursday previous  ior^re week, 460 wis.  ,.*{%?' 9*v"Vl���������< Neerdo-well  ,   ��������� BA.YET IUVINK.'  beS &^> u^6 m,es������ti������ reported to W  "eea iouimi, ftut it needs conSrniatioii.,:  . ;;  ��������� ���������' ,,'��������� .".���������.- ���������   V;.-;'fiXTteftcitBBK. ���������������������������'������������������'       '���������-'��������������������������� > ������������������'  oompames have amalgamated.: Qrte rtav las  ,'./������������������; ,'   SNO^'SHOE CrWrk.    / ���������  ������-*X  b#lntf-?L^.5���������e^ m ^PPOsite banks, not  3a^;paslo .Where they should  work.   1 hese two worthies, so Jong partners;  own hook, bcott & cq. are to work with Chi-  uamen and getting good pay;:- X -r yyy y  ���������     ^KKiTULEY-'CREEK.' '/  y The Baxter co. continues to pay weft, 'the  .^^U ..cpt,;,frqm,;;aB^ iiwlino in theiivnkv  struck a good prospect on bed-rock pitchiuir''  from thocreuk. The Cascade co. are gettimr  pay. The Cb in amen have finished their flume  and are doing well.  1 About 40 addUioriaf eulnamen havi arriTed  on this cteelt, beingsentfor 'by their friends.  There /are now 100 Chinamen'-on the creek  ^^m'^rifjKtec^ ������������������*!������&$  . \,      / \ ., T?rfs "MiKBtRKiJi.-��������� The UAt perrormknr.^  p on ;8unday 315 j trio troilp^ wt������s Well attended aiid ffave niu  J143 o������s. ^ tola 11 ������a ���������- i if ac tto ti:"; .11 rt {jt if res  m  gave much  lie,: o rd i ii i(f������jr. (\ %reti  have few equals.   Mrs. Lafbnt,.aaVa  bailad  singer, is much liked, and. Jp, in variably / efcl  cored.   Miss JEtlii Moritez;jn Wb sorigsEhas' :  ' .- ,    '���������     '      .r rt.  .- ".-'-'  ������������������*���������  :'V ���������  ;���������:   -^U-y  , '������������������ "jUj ': \  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  ^   .���������       yy  ���������    ,    tVILWAM CREEK. ,='/���������:.*/'���������  Wash-nps for the week en ding Sat urday,  August 1st:  / -TayloK 130 bz; Wilson co., 59; ofcsi.;- Flume  cayWlets^ Dutch BUI, 47 pts.;; Stead man ^25  ozs.; Cornish ,98 ozs.; Ty ack. 15 ozs.; Cali-  fordia^%2 oas.; San Fra"n6iscpi iSbzs.$ Barker.  84 o������i; i/Baldhead, 50| Sheepskin, 32 ozs.;  Wetshj/ll ozs.i; Aurora, 40 ozs.; Cariboo,  54; LUipoet, 30 ozs.   /. -  yiZZZ'i\\::,'':-. IXMdu^GUttiu ��������� ';���������'���������'���������/,    ���������  i'-X:-y  Wash-tips for the week: M^P Oro Co., 78  ozs.; irenkins, 33 bzs.; Taftvale. ISO ozs/; y&k  -ylyZ X..xiX' "coNKUS ouicn.,. '���������' ,:.;,  The Reed co. took out for the week 52 ozs.  The Ericson arid Renfrew eompahies are, not  doing much at present, Uht 'the foTmer company anticipate good pay in a few days.  ': * '��������� ;'*��������� ���������' ��������� >��������� .-..:��������� _' ii1 Atfriiuu ^riiiCH. ."-".;;  The Try Again co.,and the New Brunswick  co;>Ve /Still taking but good pay.  Mosquito gui.cu. .;������������������',  ���������' Wash-ttpS for the week :���������Minnehaha, .270  <rzZ Willow, 85 ozs.;- Hocking, 120 025s.;  Ophir, 20 ozs. Point., good pay. Tabb cp.  expect to be on pay in a day or two. Discovery co. has struck better pay ; took out  about 19 oz. Hoimun co. on good pay, finding gold plentiful in the dirt. The Jeffrey co.  continue to take out at the rate of 24 oz. The  miners generally are feeling more encourage:  ment in this portion of the creek.  red cut.au.  . Moonshine co. paying wages. Tipton  Slasher co.t 20 ozs for the week. United co.  sinking a new shaft. Butcher co. took out 1*3  ozs. for tho la t two days. Discovery co.  prospecting. Hiawatha, 40 oz. for the week.  Tom and Jerry getting pay.  HAltfl SCKABBt.E.  Hilton is in with his tunnel about 300 feet,  and findsgood indications.  RICH  GULCH.  BUI Moore got a prospect of $10 in ,the  bottom of bis shaft at a depth of 25 feet.  Quite a riis?a was made to the place and  aev������ral clainos taken up.  '.;.-.<ii ^    EOWIIEE'creek.   :;; :'-.  ;   The Caiayaras -co^siill :coritinncs?to par^  at th������rate of about 150.ozs. per week.  ' ./..; ���������;.       LlGH'f^ltfG/CItEEK.-. ''' l"!   y   V.    '::-���������  LigbtnitJg co. are about; comraonevUg- to  raise an air shaft. The Perkins co., ^vhich is  situuted' a little -beVow Van. Winkle^tecomi  nienced'tirelf shaft.. ���������/.'Welt blijcct is ;t0 sirika  shaft;infbed-rock; %o the supposed/level 'of the;  ol d cli a h n e \ an d i then drift to w^rds toe sanie^  thus evading the slum/and; water which /has.  b afflei/all "previotts; endeavors to sin k; With  the p reSe*n t sh aft tb ey are do w n o v er 20 feet,  connecting with which -they have a drain of J  about 300 feet Their mode o������ sin kin gas with  frame and spiling, feo as to /enalilethem > :'ijp-  p \ \ ddle ������������������ w h en 'they strike roc fc. ������ vom present  i ri dicaUo ns they .are; c 6 nfiden t the^. Wli s trike  bench diggings.    ���������������        , t    / .  -,; ,/-iNX^Ensqx.'OREES/: ;> //' ���������-  The excileteent ������n this creek has Bob'sidedji  -/,,'/. KEi^soycnEEK,4; '.������������������. x  l������enffedy & co. have quit* -"Robinson &co.  laid over, Montgom^iytfe co. cieanfhg up  ground ffltiice ; got ,l4 ftzs. oAeda^,  iZ- EXTRAORDINARYi^ .Z  ^idered  her   best perform Alice; .;. The musib^:;  under the leadership bf;;Proiesabr;/Vvlisbri'^  of itself a; sufficient   cpffi  sraall  t������e  cbargbd ^for adriussiori/; ;and wi /  thin'k;thl6 people of Barkerviilb oirghi;toyre������t/  thankftsl that thdy have fiirnished  ifbrithem,  at so sriiiall n costi an entertammipnfc;"siVctt- aA\  Bennett has also kindly volunteered tiw5'.sefe;  vices for the occasion.  ^XyXyyH  : -'.-l -.'.'. .:    :-'��������� ������ nV"-..<������.  yy.  'r- ���������'���������. ������������������' - ��������� J''-- rs';',.". h ���������  ���������*'!'���������!  .'               .'-I.*/,  ;���������'..  '   . Xi 7 : ix *1  ���������������������������';���������:.  < '���������������'.;. y .',* y ft  i ,.,./" j ���������  yy  X'iyyyy,.  ' -ii.LSi.  try, '/Air. Scott's mill,,; wo. 1earu,' i^tb >;ho%  very svpeiiorpne, and will be'^vgreataeeo'iri^  modatiu.ii to the grain growers In tho Bona*;;  parte district, besides, by taldri^'theirv^ain/;  to the^Junction to get ground, Jnst^adV of "to;  LUlboet, ���������; they will be conveying It to ward ^  Cariboo, the natural market; instead oY-^rpm:/  4tif-us^ae^aai&i^ft^Qf^  ZyyZxyf'  > ly-- lyyhi ������,  /, ,^1* ���������;������������������ > y  ��������� ��������� ??: '\y. '; X ;-X~-  rrit-^  next year.  CoiiriKerrJox--Ti appearsi ^^#et^Ih:er^  in Stat ing, in ou h n6 tice of > the riea tii b fy Ben*  nett, killed^by a cave in the Tatfvale'claim on  Saturday la;st, th at the u n for t un ate man o wned *  'an in teres* fri the com p an y jbtit -'had so idv i %,)  the day before he met hia death; The lata  Mr Bonnet never owned / ?n Jhe .TaffvaleV  merely representing an iatercHfc? fee Id 'by. another party. yyX. ���������:���������.X '���������      ';��������� XX y*.  -'*-��������� 'yyy,  ���������The funeral of Jas. Bennett, th^;^n?o'r6in-  ate man; who was killed in the Tdl'yaie'/claiat  la^fc: w^ek, was'largely iittendSi"by Ibis fellow*;;  miners on Sunday last.    The; remains  were/-  jnj^erred   in   the   Protestawt ^bWia^rounrty -  Cameronton. ^In the;absence of li'-cfei^oiaUj;  the/ furiefa"!' 'services /were conducted by' Mri "  Bparrpw.  '\; ..' r      ' - -*  ' ,,l->  .   Our Rbtnan Catholic citizens;wiUsee^hy^  refererfc^ fe asdvertisemcntiinito;:day7s papery  !tha t BeV.   "Father Jo ii vet,   Visitor-Gen erai^f  assisted ey^^ther Maegjjiicken <:.wi 11 celebrai^;;  Higtr Mass at"St/Fatrick78" churchi /Uicblieldy  ^n-Sunday,next;>v.;;v:?;;^ /. -. ;;-;\>r -��������� 1-xy'..J.X-y-.^  Treasure;���������The r amount  of febld  "taksptt  y'yy^yxr;:  .   Z ��������� xyr  ���������-������������������'-..ii -��������� ������������������' j..,?irT..'  tf?m  yy*r**������-  ', 11 ~ ~y  ���������j'^.:������Sijv.*  NEW> R1C3II AKO  MOST l^FdRiTX^'r/BTSCOVEUY OF  1   GOL*D OX .PETEBS0N;C"REEKl.  A very Irtl^oVtahi disco very off gold has  been /rnftiie on / ^ete'ifen creek by Mr Joh n*  Ivennetiy. ��������� The pii������cpverr claim//(of; \vhich  Mr .Seh'jredy.is s'ole: p ro prie to r) is si tuated o n  i; bench opposite the mouth of Basford creek.  The :pr������spo c ts are, u adou b te d ly bo ha/fide and  o;f siich a c harac ter that th ei r ��������� e ^u al i n ri ch-  ness in a 11 p rob ab i 1 i ty h as n61 bee n str u ck in  tbe cquntry siuce the discoyery of Wi 11 iam  creek/ Claims have been sfaked off on the  main-creek for about t of ee miles, and also on  some of its tributaries^ This discovery; will  openout a large and Iong neglectedaurifereus,  district and give employment to our surplus  pbpUla^oh^ .!��������� ';��������� ���������; //.;   :-��������� ��������� '->���������'.', :/;;������������������;��������� *.,������������������.;.. ��������� y   /;'//;"  PEBSErjUTiON.���������From time % time we have  noticed in ,lhe British Col'umbian that; attempts . have beeti made to dispossess Mr.  :Jeremiah Itogers of the right to cut; and haul  timber off the Naval reserve at English; bay,  in order, it is; be lie ved. to transfer that right  to the great timber land moiiopoHst'cpnipahy  at Burrard Inlet.' Several attempts have  railed to remove bim, and it seems, now that  there is another and more vigorous effort  being made on the part of the Government to  put a stop to the lumbering opposition of  Rocers ; .and fearing that this unjust and un-  nopuhir measure may succeed, the people of  New Westminster have requested the Mayor  of the town to call a public meeting to consider the best course to be adopted in order  fc} nrotect Air. Rogers against what they consider an unfair and oppressive act. taa  nrivate Utter we learn Lhat the feeling in Vk -  toria is also very strong in favor ot Mr.  Rogers, and the impression of the writer is  that force will be .resorted to to protect  Rogers in what they believe to be his rights.  "Y> .  -������*..,���������X������r. ir,  i\ia h*ea   f>mill.   VM'V  S x^n mZmfi in his.Jumberin^  oopositioD, and it is fearer with too much  Scs^   ^������ anxioadj await ^h^ sequel.  beside a considerable tmiotfnt sent do"wn  o^ /  private^individual^;'   ' ''" //././   y ,    '     i .  ^10X0^^,, $^eh&e'rs lost by the 1 ale\  accid^ht %t / 0ak 1 aiid,' Califp rni������v was Mrs.flS?  rSanaeVs.*(Wrigh11 &/ Senders, Architects),  aud foVmeViy a Miss Armstrong of /Victoria,:  Mr Wijjneli, who was -injured 'some;'tlmt*  since in the Nanainib1 coal mifies, has."sin(Jo ���������  died.-:-:^    ��������� , '  * .; ' > ';    ;,' /^ '"! x:. /.:. ;;���������.:::  yiyxMZxuZiyy  "'���������'; V ','-/*'i' st'O-y -  yy -'try X,.   -Xe 1  't^My������l  ���������^tflsXyyXyi  Xy-yXyy THE/ BANK  BRITISH  t)F  '-.   [IncbVpbrated by Soya) Charter, 1$52.]^  CAPITAL   -   -   - '.;-..-���������:'.-.���������-���������������������������' $3,500,000;  ���������..-./��������� X- y-. .-With power tb;. increase; /..; ' -;:;   ;���������;. l--; ��������� /;;-;.  'Zy Drafts issued on the BahkJs/Bran\3lr6s;"'. /���������;/;���������.'  m 'ig'j&QQTjs^ ;  XXyy"y-y:-y In/the United; States j;: ZZ'i'M '--'  CALIFORNIA/^   - / -   SAN; FJRANblSCOv  OREGON, - ;- '���������-*<:-". -  PORTLAND;     /    .  .M,iOEK,; ���������.���������^���������;,;;:,.7.;. .-M'e.ssrs.|3ivU^;"Gu^:,  j>ry. A afen ts for the Bank o f M ontreai. ���������  ���������  ON CANADA���������^he" Bank of: "afontrealV: ^ ;.;  ON  SCOTLAND���������The British LinenC������m-  ' 'pany's Batik-.'-     .XX ..- '���������;/.       /";. ��������� ������������������Xy  ON IRELAND���������The Bank Of Ireland; ^/  ON MEXICO. AND SOUTH AMEKICA���������Th������  London Bank of Mexico & South America  ON ENGLAND-^Tbe Bank of British Columbia. Head Office���������East India Avenue*  Leadetthall street.  ;���������:.������������������ .;:.^"i; u r-  ylXXyy-^X'  ."' * ���������. .���������.^',  GOLB DUSf ASB MM "PtJECHASED,  Rocolved on Depoaitj or Advance's mau������ on them.  TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS  Granted oa Victoria, San Francisco, "Fortlahd and fUx*  "York.  Every description of Banking business transacteiii  H. SHIRLEY SUnS-ft Agent.,  TTU!Jam CrockjCarib'oOrf   , jwi  ������������������0&i;  m  '-Myy  ^B&������- .������������������ v"  mJ  ^yy&y:#?y* nm^n  yy3/y.y  ���������\ ���������*' ��������� -���������  'X-J  xf  txiyi  yy  flcggggiiiiii'ii 11 f 11 iiaBawTW^.uaHiau:^ifl>P-iw  MYNAllVBLANli '     ? '\;;  "'���������Tis wbenUbe sun, adorning  '' Xy'\  The east in gohlea; hue,     '���������''  -Di3pel3 the mist of rooming.  And quaffs the diamond dew������������������  ^is then my thoughts are flying  O'er continent and sea���������  Tis then my heart ie sighing,  3Jy native land for the.  My native-land,  Tho?'twixtus. lies the sea,  Thy craggy bills aod laughing rills  Have still Lheir charm for me.  Ye Scots -may long for Scotia,  And Erin's sons their Isle���������  But I for Venedotia (1)  Am sighing ail'the while���������  "Where Snowdon'ssnmmitrlses  .' - ''O'er.-.GeU.rt'.s silent.grave (2)  And Giaslyirs (3) water kisses  Atlantic's rolling wave; /  My native land, etc:  .   Amongst these lofty, mountains,. .   ���������  ... _.���������������������������.. Amongsfe these golden vales,---.;- ���������  Far from thy sparkling fountains,  Exiled from thee, fair; Wales���������  The love thaCfirst. Lbore thee   ; .  Is now as 'twas before,  "'"."-. I a I ways shall, adore: thee ,X', , . ;  For ever, evermore. "'��������� A. XXil /     ;.~  My native land, etc.  It was not circumstances '  Ah, no ! but golden fancies  /. Lured me, like many mo re,  "To where Dame Fortunes-fayore-"-  -  Are thrown'on many a dunce, -  ,AVhile on his wiser neighbors  She seldom smiles but once. C. ���������? ������������������-..'.  II y native land, etc.  This silent land feels. lonely,������������������ -./��������� .:,-" ���������  No song's borne' oh the breeze,  But morn's wind sighing only;        ���������  ���������   ,  .. Amongst the;tallest trees, '".""'/  This makes niy fancy/wander  A . o ng thy d isi an fc sh ore,   :; r _ " /;';- -  .        And mein'ry loves, to ponder ./  Upon the days of yore./  ......      My native land,      yy-  . ��������� ���������."-..'.������������������'  ThoViwixt us lies tbe sea,  Thy craggy hi! Is and laughing rills  Ha v e sti IV th eir charms for me.    :���������  y   '"v"   ;.; ...*yy Til, O?������lFI0N\    ,:";"  ;:. - ��������� July 25, 1868./=  ^    v -  'yi" .-. -       ���������// ���������>.:';  Z    N������te.���������(I) North Wales..:' (2) Bcddgelert.  ^t village in Carnarvonshire,    (3) A stream  Jn the same country, which empties into Cardigan Bay.���������TAL.    ZiZyx -iXy  Our Inner Sslves.��������� The Chinese sword-  ewallowers at the Paris Exhibition were ex-  t raord i ha ry per fo rm e i-s i n i h e i r way, b u t at  this epoch of progress they have soon been.  distanced.   Swallowing a -sabre, at present,  . i9 nothing.   The fashion now is, says All the  Year Round, to?swallow a   lighted   lantern  and brilliantly illuminate your inner man.  You then become, a jiving.and walking gaslight ; that is all.   It is evident that swallowing a.Ian tern is "only one remove 5 ri advance  of swallowing a sword.'. Now. there happens  to be little electric lanterns which give lisrbt  without burning.. They are called Gesslers  tubes, and are small glass cylinders, either  empty or filled tvith'azote, hydrogen; or carbonic acid gas, through which a voltaic current is made fo pass.   The tube3 become sufficiently   luminous  to -allow  you   to read  printed letters held at several inches distance J  from them.   When this miniature lantern is  Introduced into a stomach, the skin is transparent enough to permit, you seeing the interior of tbe animal.   There is no need for  people to live in glass houses, for they: are  hereby transformed into glass houses themselves.   Their domestic ^secrets   are   rashlv  1 ;<?& !?]$���������#;������ ?nd..Pfo&enes wpu.laL.be. delighted  to fiud tha't, bohest man,' he can  now,  with  the newly invented lantern, look a person  through and through. ���������'��������� ��������� ���������  ���������nj'.v ��������� .���������:���������        .    "��������������������������� ���������nm.���������  n*u*>gaK&nmmwM#L������}i!'Jnss,  'VICTOR'!A Kl)VJS&TISEMENTS.  mmmt shhlsckiibt,  Importer and Commission Merchant,  WfTA'RP STREET,  May 1,1868.  VICTORIA, V. I.  ���������6m  ROBEKT   BTJBNABY,  .    .    \   :   LAND AGENT, Etc.,  ' Coterxment Street, Victoria,, V. I.  All bn.Mness carefully and punctually attended lo.  May 1,1868.  6m  WILLSOH & RIGKMAN,  C O F F EE    RO AS TE as,  ���������    ���������      :'���������- And Dealers in ���������  GROCERIES.-PROVISIONS, Etc.,   ���������-  . .   Fort Street, Victoria, V. I.  MavL 1*68. ' y-Xly-:  6m  WELLS, FABG-O & CO.,  " New York, California, and European Express,  And Exchange Company.- Capital $10,000,000. Forward Letters, Packa������4������s "and Treason', tb all parts o(  the Pacific n nd-AI la::������*c. Stat es, aiid Europe... Blll.Vftf  Exchange drawn ou San Fragcisco, New York, Boscoii,  an������l I^oudon, at current rates.   .        ���������>.-.,..  Olfice���������Yates Street, Victoria, V. I. .-���������  MflVl, 1868. .   3m  ���������   TN. H1BBEN Su CO, ..  WILL FORWARD PROMPTLT, AT MODERATE TERMS,  --. Englisht American.-*   \ ' ���������  ;';.....yy-r ... French,*- German,    ;:  l-yy* ^An/2- bHies-.K.C'*������pa jiat? asul. Pcx-kwiio ate*.- v ^ -  VICTORIA AIWBRTISBMENTS.  ed.    E\;eryv deseri pi H m of Je w el ry mstd������ to .order.  Plam and Ornamcutai Engraving neatly executoo. ^ :  Mayl.1868.        :XXl >X: ���������  .,: T. /.^^ ���������..'r>--X-t>m-' j  DAILY and WEEkliY: "BRIT^H COLON 1ST  and VI^IA^HTONiCLE.rV /Orders tor nwil-  lia, &c,  atteuded to.   .Terms,in,advance.  with Postape,$7 50 ; ������mos; do..  WKKItLY,  12U103.,;  uios tio., S23 ,  May 1, 1S68.  GthoS do. ,$12 50.  : HOTEL,i)B;'TBANqBf-;;i.':-/;;'r���������:���������?���������-.  ��������� Goverxmkxt^treet/Victoruv V.% '. yXly  THE BESTAUBANT i������^^siipplied-with all:the  delicacies of the season, and tho 'Sleepjrng.acconio-  da'tio'a is replete, with: every, comfort. ; The best ������l  Wines, Liquors aud XHpars;"���������-,:; .::.: ������������������ v��������� V   :__,     ~y y,  ' '. ���������, !   J. BIGNE & iCC, Proprietors.  ,���������  May 1, 18C8,       'yy:.X Xy;X:y'<yXl��������� -:.4-1?'- ;- ?���������'"  c,  SUTROi   CO.,  Corner of Yates and "WharT Streets,/  ';  "'vicV9RiAj;*V'!Vi.,'.; .,;.  IMPORTERS OF CIGARS AND TOBACCO  ��������� Mnv 1. is������8.        . .-y -yl'y ��������� ������������������;���������:.-..;���������  ���������-���������'���������'  :-y- y- 4n\^  ROADSIDE ADVKRTISEMENTS.  QI^NELMOtTH; t v^ ��������� t y?Xy::  Z%BR^^  OopidrBeds:; Restaurant; Billiard Table 5W  ���������:��������� ;;.���������; // /Statiliug for Horses, Hay and 6ats.l ������ '  May 1,1368. ,.,,,;.;;*..'   ,,,;'.' ' 6m   :  ������������������I :���������  SubscriVtio>s, adw.vo Postage, pavable-.is AnvAvcB.  | -May L1868. . Q"������  WILLI AI G.  A MIES OH,  ;:\YATCHKA*������ER . ...     .,���������..'.  . -AND ...JEWELLER,  :.: y,y  y     ������������������   -CLUB BUILDIXG, .  Government Street, ;:  -      -���������    - - . Victoria, V. I.  Jewelry of every description made to order. .  Mavl.1868. '     ' Cm  C.. T. 3Iiu^rd.     , J. C. Bkbdt.  "-MILLAR      &   BEEDY,  ���������'������������������ Importers and Dealers in  G-en e r al Mer ch-a-ndi s e ;  Wharf street, Victoria, B.C.;  ��������� ,    /���������   AGENTS   FOR  MEKCHANTS> LINE  PACKETS  ;; je.8 6m : / ��������� SAIT .;��������� FRANCISCO.- ; .  FROM  ���������'.'���������./;  A. G-ILMOUE,    '  MEflGHAfSIT TAILOR.  - YATES STREET;    . ,.  Third door below Government.'Street, Victoria, V.I,  Has on hand, and is constantly receiving fe iarjsje  assortment or Cloths, CASsiMEitKd avd Vestivcs.  wliich be is' prepared to make lo'.order iu the most  approved styles.  All order?* from Cariboo promptly attended to.  May 1,1868.    ��������� * 6m  JESSE   f||COWPER,  .   .     ���������. DEALER IN ���������  CCSTOI-IABE BOOTS AND SHOES,  ;7V- No.; 23 YATES. STREET, VICTORIA,  .:   ,.   .   .(Opposite Wells, Fargo i: Co's.)   ;-.  Always on hnrid���������Calf, Kip, Shoe Findings, etc., etc.  Slay 1, 1868. 6m ���������  A  SCOTCH   HOUSE,  FORT    STREET,     VICTOR!  A./"McLEA"N';& Co.,  G KNERA X. OUTFITTBRS,  TMPORT CLOTHING OF ALL KIVDS ; also BOOT^  Land SHOKS, oireei from the best English nud  Scotch markets; Sell retail at wljolosale prions' for  CASH.    All orders sent through  Barnard's Express,  promptly.attended to. ������������������ ��������� ���������      Mnv l" iSfis*. gm  PACIFIC   TELEIIaM HOTEL,  STORE-: STREET^ :y- y',yyy >- Xy y>  X. ;Betv:een Hi-rahi aiid^simird^Viotdriaj \yli y:  Zxisiviji. jwlj^  ���������������X It is fri ru ita and, the, tra veil i ng v p ub he,; . tha V  the a hove Ho t el is th e ihost - com m odious1 a n r \ Clean  hotel in Victoria It ;is conducted,on the European  principle," and the table Is supi>llejti;wttb;..tho very; best  the market a (ford.s.-.-y-y rXryX-^yyy^y���������^y-?-~^  M iy 1, 1SC8.'"    '..y)X"': *" C ���������'"'���������"���������'-v X;rX r   'XI Gm ���������  l70 N D ���������0$t$W$MM:  .   -. GOVERNMENTS  : WEOIES ALEf AJT-I);fRE'pA'lii'iii* i  J. H. TURNER['& CO./      V  wroRTEBs. -p&y Xy 11,::;: -"*;;  English & Frenc&;'Siik's:^  derclothtng, Gloves,/,and every description of  Dm pery Goods.        //  Keceiye regular supplies by Express via Panama and  by sailing vessels via;C.';pO/H6ni.*//^''///:'v::'^ 'Xll  &%* P.i'ri-icular alien lion ijiyen',tri .nil: orders. /  Loudon Firm���������J. T. TuIvstalt. i Co.1, yyllll  ESTABLISHED.'.:iS58;^."' ^iZZ':-  Miyl.J8G8.        - '"'���������X. ������������������ - ���������",; , " '-������������������'   .'���������'     6m ,/  ^ELLE^IfpTER^J  - y'   '   WHARF STREET,*VICTOKlAv'   -/  IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE   '  yDealers.iu 1���������^;.';'XylX\XXiy ':-"���������  Fine English, French ;&,Alnerican Liquors,  Champagne,-.Claret' and Brandies. ���������;//.  \     LA RG E  STOCK'; OFT? BQNDE D: WLVES   AND  fi. Brail ������i ies a 1 wiiys on ha nd.;.. To dea 1 ers purchasia'jg  in la v%e qnantiiit*.s, a 1 ihera 1 uisprjunt' vvill' he inade for  CAill.   Ail urders wi 11 irece j ve proiiip t at ten t iori.'; /  jSt. Laurb>t &: Lamdkut,   ,  .������������������������������������>������������������: Agents,.Centreville. .'���������;  :    Mayl. 18G8. 'XH.y 1   XiX.-X '-I'llyGm  LYTTON HOTELS  _ LYTTON, B.C.  qnHE/ruB^  J. ; that the above Botel-is now open: for'the accum*  mod a tion oi traveHewi^Dbg of the hest Cooks in th������  country is retainetl at this tatablishmfnt, and the Bat  is supplied with a cholc������ assortment of, Wines and  Liquors, v It.-.^yx'^yy.-- y - '������������������'��������� [ y'+r^yv ���������%...-������>��������� ;,v;  .. The undersigned wonld also ennonnce that attached  to the Hotel be has an es tensive 14 very Stable. Sadrtl*  Horaea for hi?e at uoderate.'ratea.'��������� "nuv i,an ������..���������'��������� ������������������  suJe che'yp../;;^ ;��������� ���������,/?///':;/';  "Viny.ii' 6uVv:':'..:- '~Xy ������������������������������������:���������>;  Hay a nil OaU for  w. m������wha&co;;  > ������     'Proprietors.  ClilN^  xXZ^  I     BRITISH    CpLUllBlA.    V,,  rpHE  Jst/BSCRiB^S^ FOR   MANY Ly EABS^ PRO- / ���������  ���������L- prictoraof the Tw<iily-Nine ilile House, Douglua  Portyge,be{f to.;i������ihouucer that having purchased the  Clinton -Hotel .proper)y,'they are prepared to afford  excelh*n t:{acconi mod atich 'to' th e' {ravelling '������������������ public   <  The table will at all times be'..wc������H supplied, upd in tho ;  iyUiUu.wilLb������' .������pu&������I.th^vchoiG������s*-Hiinerfc\' ���������*? ������* ^~^ --rrr-'*  ;.; Ample>.stabling?for animals, anU/tue1 best of fo������d '  constantly on hand; -y-yi -yy-yyl     y.   '������������������ ���������-' .'��������� -  They respectfully invite a call: from <th eir old customer.1?, as wirll as the travelling public genera Hy.-;   ' -  y Clinton, TJ; C., May/X, 18^ :;���������: ,v   Jv SlllTH & CO. ���������/  GUBAT /REPOCTION ���������"'������'  ;";/"    ilcLEESEA SENAY, -PROPRIETORS,      ?  llEG/TO ^nETCB-X-:THA>-kSv-.fo;,THKIR'rpA'fROya  O lor the pas t������ and: iiiorder toRuit the times tbey  have reduced the Hcale of prjee^ viz:: '   v  Heal?, $V 00 -Beds, "75 cents ';'* Board and Lodjrin^  jier day, $3/50' ;.:��������� Board aniI 'li^djsmjg- per iveek^ $15 00;  . ' ;Hiiviug;rect'h tly niade large , ado i tiou.s {u ibe ��������� prv-  mises so as to jrive first-class accr.mmoda lion ..In th*  eating.and sleeping dep;triineh tp, th������-y hope' to ment  an extended support in the tuturc;'Private rooms lor  families; *  *' *. ���������   ���������        ^ < *        , -(,     ���������    ,'������������������       ",���������  , At the Bar will always he..fraud the choicest brands  of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  ' The Stable is clean, attended-by a good'hostler, &*������  suppHedi with; the beat provender of the- coiihiry.. =,'  : myXrlB������Srr,:y- ,1:^ ^L 'ylyyyj ��������� v   Sin    ������������������������������������  EXPBESS & GENERAL  AGENCY!  N   THE   ARRIVAL    AT    BARKERVILLE    OF  every Mail and Express, J*. REID will'"leave Bar-  BAILEY'S  PRIVATE   BOARDING  HOUSE  Fort Street, Victoria, between Douglas and  Rroad Si reels.  N  C.Bf'EV  r������n d A n t! c-r. H e wi 11 a Iso lea ve re^ru la rl v twice ������very  week for the same plnee.% with the'Cariboo Ssntivet..  on the mornings ef .its issue. He will attend, to all  Kinds of commission*; etc., for miners, obtain licen-  ees-, record claims,"examine; rcc^r.is, etc;    Collecting  INFORMATION ��������� WANTED  rcoaived by  jyU 2as  adly  "MRS ANKXE  COX,  Vioto-ria  BEGS TO..INTIMATE TO THE  public that he has purchased the  build ins and furniture, as lately occupied by Mr?.  Hual, which he has entirely refitted at great cost, and  the premises will now be found. r<>ph"te with every  conveni mcu for the comfort of families and ladies and  gentlemen.   jg@$������Terms moderate.  N. B��������� Ji) addition to  the above, N. C. Bailey also  continues tw canyon the Hoto   and Boarding House  on La ng ley street.  /;,/Hay 1.1868   "    "''_������������������  . .       ���������    $m  HOTEL DE PRAM Ce",    .  ......TOM:;  ���������    HOTSIi  AND  BSSTATJRANT,  Also splendid Bodrootns, and tho  best Wines and  vigors.  KcyVWft.   . ^   .  Wharf stre^i / Victoria ?:  Offer for sale, at low rates': /  CRIMEAN SHIRTS, with Collars, superior  .quality.       '������������������;-;"/. .;/"������������������'..'/'.���������'��������� '"/'���������,,���������'"'"  OREGON Flannel-.Undershirts and Drawers.  ENGLISH    ��������� <��������� ������������������; "    ���������   ������ . ������   .  Fine Lambswool Undershirts and Drawers.  HEAVY DUCK PANTS;-'-':/  Blue Denim Jumpers and Overalls.  Canvass Jumpers..  Hand-knit Aberdeen and Oregon Sock3..   "/,.  fCnp;lish Merino and,Lambs wool.  ". "   ,  Best, Sep tell Two,ed.Pau ts.  HEAVY MOLESKIN"& CORDUROY PANTS.  OREGON and CALIFORNIA Tweed     v  Grey Drilling and Grey Calicos.  White Long Cloth, yard wide, all qualities.  DRESS GOODS, MANTLES, SHAWLS, &c.  Ladies' Triuiined Hats, assorted styles, &c.  .���������-AWO FOR SALE,���������  BEST ENGLISH GUM BOOTS.  FRENCH CALF and KIP SKINS.  COLORED ROANS.  BARBOUR'S SHOE THREAD  CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S Oilmen's Stores  BAR IRON.  CANADA PLATE.  SEWING TWINES, Rope, &c.  BLANKETS, 2k to 4 point.  DUNVILLE'S OLD IRISH WHISKY, in  case.  "PRICE'S"   BELMONT  SPERM   CAN-  DLES, in 20 lb. boxes.  TOarfstreat Victoria, V. I. je^Z Xm  EXGHAN&M MOTELy  SODA CREEK, B. C: '     /  THE_UXDERSIGNEI>, PROPRIETORS OF TH8  X ^/abav^Wj^l:kugwiL-s]id- popular establish hi en i;beg  to: i nform their numerous 1 rie bids an d; tbe pub lie row e> ������������������:���������"������������������:  rally/tbat xhey are now prepared to afford every ac������  comniodation/;to^ tlic:;travol'ljng comnmuity;^at.lli������ /  most- reaKotiftble/rate of-charges.' Good cicah,' airy  bed-cbhmbers.  Tbo Bar.is stocked with the very best brands of  Wines, Spirits and Cigar?.   '        %  Tl i e Table; is supplied with;. all. th o, subs tan tin Is a n tl  luxuries the country affords; aiid '-meals are served at  all-hours." /',,,./��������� , ���������'���������        -��������� .������������������''   ;*-.������        y.:y_  y The Stables!are spacious, comfortablej and attended .���������-  by first-class hostlers, aud a constant supply of/the ,  best provender of all kinds.-     +   ; ���������'  In short, eyery convenience and facility condueivo  to tlie.comfort of man and  beast, will be found, and  t he propri etors will si >������. re no effort5 in order . to in ve t-n -  tire saiisfactibu to all who niay patronize their.wtab*-'":  Iishment.   ''-> " -,<y X-^y.-l       A. S. BATES & GO.  Soda Creek, B.C.,;:March 10, 1.868..--' mylfim .  Caribpp|Literary Iiistitate  '������������������"���������r:X J; S.;OT6lifI>S0X, Presid^xt. ^  ;���������������������������'-,/ james anperson; yxc^RKBsmKKT..  R. S.'-'BLUNT/.  JOSEPH CI.EARIHUE.  JQE13iUcLARBN,  Directors.  THIS INSTITUTION IS NOW  OPEN AT BARKER-  ville, where it is now fitted up, with a view to tha  co m fort and. .cony enlencc t������f t h e .(idonje of .C \ ri boo,  The Mead 'ing Soom"��������� w i li bo i oii nd su ppiiod;' with ! iho  latest. English, k&ottish, Cnna('i.in,> American and Co*  loniid Papers and Maeazines.-  Tenns of Subscription-��������� $5"per Quarter, or $2 per  M^iitb. , .Single volumes loaned cto n on-subscribers at  60 cents per volume, with $1 deposit.  Persons not subscribers, visiting the Reading Room,  and making use of the Books and Papers, 50 cents for  each visit  Tlie Room will be op<������n from TEN/ A. M., till TEN,  P. 31. JOHN BOWRON,  ,   Librarian.  N. B ���������A fine assortment of Books and Stationery Is  always kept for sale, - 6m  In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice of  British Columbia.  notice;  to the matter of tbe Estate and Effects of  MRS THOMAS JONES, deceased, intestate ;  -KOfSER EDWARDS, " ...    u  WILLIAM'TREVENA,       " ,l  "HE.SRVALLEX, 4* ,'**  All persons who arc indebted to any of tbe. above  estates are required to pay tho amounts c.'ue forth*  with ; and all persons who have any claims against  any oi* tbe above estates arc required to Kend tbeui in  on or before the 17th day of September, 1868.  CHAS, E. POOLEV,  Officio! Adn^iciatrfit^fi  p-ichfleid,, 53d June, 18������9, jci������������������  : - y \  ! .':*  ��������� ���������">r.K.^.,^.K.  " *������"������ii'������w������,> ������.;������������ /v������.>/~. ������-������������������������/ ':���������'������"' "*'  *w���������i  .      i-. .'..%'..."; . ..     .  ������������������.������.���������^.������Kt:T*^������������-""-������**..-T. ~~������������������'  " -r"'7-T-' '. ������������������&&������������������  . y--y-yy..y ;...  XyfyX  -c:.  yxy  \ ��������� ���������������>���������  ������������������ \.v  ��������� ,'��������� "\ -  ^~yyg'   ���������.'���������������������������  :���������:'������������������-'. ���������������������������'��������� , ^/:'/^f" :  MY NATIVE LAND,  ���������sw  V;;>^>  iTtCTdSlA ADVERTISEMENTS.  ���������������������������r-iW*i   - j".'-   I'-l. *,-."������ !    .......    . .^_^_ IU���������-~-j.  Th when-the sun, adorningy"  Tbe east in golden" hue,    Z  -Di3pels tbe mist of morning.  And quaffs'the''diamond'dew���������  ^Tis then my thoughts are flying  O'er continent and sea���������  Tis then my heart is sighing/  "My native land" fbr the.     .      .  My native land,       ..  Tho''twixt us.lies the/sea,  Thy craggy Jills aud larighing rills  Have still their charm for me.  Ye Scots may long for Scotia,  And Erin's sons their Isle���������  But I for Venedotia (1)  ��������� Am sighing all'the wbile^-  Where Snowden's summit rises  ' O'er/Getert's silent grave (2y :  And Glaslyn's (3) water; kisses  Atlantic's rolling wavel  My native land, etc:  .   Amongst these lofty, mountains,  .... ^.  ���������'������ Amongst these-golden vales,--.---.  Far from thy .sparklingfonntains,  ��������� Railed from, thee, fair "Wales��������� ...  The love that*Crati;borevtheb:  Is now as 'twas before,  '.I always shail.adore thee,/, ?/-.  For ever, evermore.y   ."  My native land, etc. .    v  ���������  It was not circumstances "  Ah, no f but golden fancies .  . Lu red me, like; many more, :  "To where Dam e For tu ne ��������� s favors  Are thrown on many a dunce, -  ���������'"While on bis. wiser neighbors   ...  . She seldom smiles bu t onee. .-/  My native land, etc  Th is silent 1 and feels; lonel y, .,   .   ;.   -: j ���������'  No song's borne'oh the breeze,  .But morute wind sighing only    ;   Xy'lZ-  ... Amongst the* tallest .trees. '.  This makes my fancy/wander  Along thy distant shore,   '"���������' ."     '  And mem'ry loves, to ppnder ./,//.:  .Upon the.days of yore,7,  3Jy native land, -  -../  ��������� Tho'; '-twist- us lies the sea,  Thy craggy hills and laughing rills  Have still their charms for me.  ; ���������.' ������������������.ly-y-;yXyyTalo?Eifion.  ��������� ' July 25t 1868. ���������    '    ;   -'      '��������� ��������� y  Note:^(1) North Wales. ? (2) Bcddgelert  v ./ft village in; Carnarvonshire. ; (3) A stream-  ��������� $n;the same country, which empties into .Cardigan Bay.���������TaL IxZZZZy  ;   Our Inner Sklves��������� The Chinese swordr  swallowers at the Paris. Exhibition were extraordinary performers in "their'way, but at  this epoch of progress they have soon  been,  distanced.   Swallowing a sabre, at present,  is nothing.   TheYashion now is, says AH the  Year Round, to ������������������swallow a   lighted   lantern  and brilliantly illuminate your, inner man;  You then become, a living and walking gaslight ; that is all..   It is evident that swallow.^  ing a.Ian tern is only one remove in advance  of 8 wa 11 o wi ng a sword. . No w t here hap pens  to be little electric lanterns which give Meffl  without burning.   They are called Gessler's  tubes, and are small glass cyliuders, eitjier  empty or filled with azote, hydrogen, or carbonic acid gas, through which a voltaic cur-;  rent is made to pass.   The tube3 become sufficiently   luminous   to   allow  you   to read  printed letters held at several inches distance  from them.   When this miniature lantern is  Introduced into a stomach, the skin is trarisr.  parent enough to permit.you seeing fcbe. iir  terior of tbe animal.   There is no  need for  people to live in glass houses, for they are  hereby transformed into glass houses themselves.   Their domestic secrets   are   rashiv  ;.���������,,$!���������*������������&X ?n4 P^0^n^vKp.ul.d���������be delighted  "to Qud that, honest man. tie can  now,  with  the newly invented  lantern, look a person  through and through.  THMS-iEtTj ST-illSGHIlBT,  Importer and Commission Merchant,  WHA'RF STREET,  May 1, 1868.  VICTORIA, V. I.  . -6m  ROBEBT   BTTKNABY,  ���������.'/:'.'��������� :': LAND AGENT, Etc.,   ...  ' Government Street, Victoria, V; I.  " All business carefully ami ponctuaily attended lo.  ;Mayl,1868. ' 6m  WIILS0F& MCKMAN,  COFFEE     ROASTERS  ��������� And D^ilera in ���������:  '������������������...-���������  CROCERIES.-PROVISIONS, Etc., "  Mav 1.1*68.  Fort Street, Victoria, V.I.  6m  WELLS, FARGO & CO.,  '.' New York, California, and European Express,  Ami Exchange Company.- Cipllal $10,000,000. Forward Letters, Packages "and Treasure, to all parts, of  the Pauirtc and AUarrlic^ States-, and. Europe....BIll?������-of.  Exchange'drawn on San Fragcisco, New York, Bosjou,  and London, atcurreot rates.  OEfice���������Yates Street, Victoria, V. I.  May-1.1868.    ���������   ���������'. .        '        '  Stn  r. n. H1BBEN & CO., ,  WILL FOR WARD PROMPTLY, AT MODKRATK TERMS,  English, American.    ,-    -        ������        ���������  ���������;.,.,.., , French. G-enn an,   ;*  !>������:��������� ii XAa,'i b.t.u;es^T.c>A-5.papas:5 asi4. JBc^iodwoig? .>���������--;  Subscriptions, *ad������ixo Postage, pavablk.in AnvAvcE,  I ��������� -May 1, 186$. ���������; . 6ni ���������  WILLIAM G.  a  AMIES 01,  /WATCHMAKER-.  ,.:AN:D..JE"WELLER,  .     .     .. CLUB BUILOIXG, ..  Government Street, 1  -    . -..  '/-.���������.-    Victoria, V. i.  Jcwlry of every description mado to ordei  Mavl.l86S.     ���������  6in  C..T. MlLLARI)!      . .    J. C. Bebdy.  ^MILLARD   &   BEEDY,  ^Importers and Dealers in .  G-'e n e r al Me r cli an d i s a.,  Wharf street, Victoria, B.C.;  VICTORIA AOVKRTISEMCNTS.   ,.,"w"ATSON,' Watchmaker,- Jeweler  1: '" ������'~ A *C������<.v������..���������������.-r-vi VZinu-rn������iw*nt HtTt*<!l.   n<:Xt  fini  It/." and Eiigraver^^vmnu-nt street, ., ,,,^^  tcth'fl St. Xfchcuas Hotr 1. Victoria, \. I. ^Chri.n-fti^..  ometers and Watches cVefrtie.l, repaired and warranted.    Every 'descri pi im of Jewelry mad������ to or<ier.  Plain and 07na.meutai Engraving neatly executco.  May-1,1868.   ...   om_.  D" AILY and WEEKLY '" BRITISH COLOM^T  and VICTORIA CimONlCLE." Orders lor mailing either the Daily ur Weekiy issues ol the above to  any part of Europe, the Unite.! States, Canada, A������*tw-  lia, &c , left at tins ofllce or sent to Victoria will be  atteu.ied to. Tkrms hi advance. Wkkici.y, 12mo?..  witli/PostageV$7 W \ -6mos. do.. $4 75. J)MW, i-  mos' do., S23 ; 6mos do., $12 50.  May 1, 1S68.   ~~        ; HOTEL DK FRANCE,  Government 'Street, VicroniA, V. I.  THE KESTAXJKAKT i������ PtippUed with nil the  delicacies of the season, and the sleeping acconio-  da'tioa Is replete with every, comfort. The best ot  Wines, Liquors and Cipars. ���������  '  .H v.    j. BIGXK&CO., Proprietors.  May 1,1863. 6m  C~ S.-.U'f RO   &   C O.,  ' Corner of Yates and Wharf Streets,  ViCTORIA,;"������".   I.,  IMPORTERS OF CIGARS AND TOBACCO  Mavl,lS������8. , ���������   4 m  HOTEL,  PACIFIC  TELEGRAPH  STORE STREET,  yH< r  ..;   Between Herald and Fisguarit, Victoria, V. I.  . aIh-djj E^y^sxTac.a^i^RaTf.uj.ix. J^onm  A Ins friends and the travelling public, thai  the above Hotel is the rnost:cnuuno*Hoas r������nd clean  bote) in Victoria It in conducted on the European  principle,'and the tablets supplied with the very best  the market a libra's. -'--���������     v         -  -���������- ���������  Miyl, 1S08." ��������� ���������..���������������������������   ��������� 6m  ROADSIDE ADVERTISEMENTS.  QUESNELMOUTtr,/ "     - ���������*���������- ''  BROWN & GILLIS, pROPmETOR87.   /  Good-Beds; Restaurant; Billiard Table- ice  Stabliug for Horses, Hay and Oats.  May 1,1868. ���������      .    ���������.,    *   . 6m  LYTTON HOTEL,  LYTTON, B.C.  rPHE. TUBL1C ARE  RESPECTFULLY  INFORMED  J. that tbo above "fiou-Us now open for the ������cc<im.  mod a lion <d travellere. One or the best Cooks j0 tho  country is retHmedal this iBlabliBlimcDt, aijd.thebaf  is supplied with a choice assortmentol'.Wlnuj ami  Liquors.       ...������������������.;   ; .��������� ���������   -������������������  The undersigned would also AnnounceUmtatmched  to the HoU'l be lias on .extensive Livery Stable. Snddlft  Horsex for hire at moderate rates.' Hay and OaU lor  sulecheap.. .    . .- y)y  W. McWHAfcCO..   > -/ :  ray 14 6m Proprieiora.  CLI  TON    HOTEL  Clinton City,-..'..'  '���������   AGENTS   FOR  MERCHANTS' LINE' PACKETS  I je8.e.n. ;..��������� SAN .FRANCISCO. -  FROM  '���������.:������������������ ���������..;: a:, gilmors;-���������������������������'������������������ ���������'���������  IVl ERC HANTTAI LOR,  .    ��������� YATES 'STRBEiV. ,  Third door below Government Street, Victoria, V. I,  ��������� Has on hand, and is constantly receiving a larse  Assortment;of Cloths, Cassimehes axd -Vestixcs.  which be is- prepared to make to order in the most  approved styles:  All orders* from Cariboo promptly attended to.  May 1, 1868.  .���������       . ,    ��������� * '   6m   .  ���������J-.E; S p;E  -���������.   -r , '   ..r  ,    >��������� DEALER -IN ���������. ���������-.-     .- .,-'>.   .  ciTWiDfeBQOTS;M:^M  ���������'   ;      No.; 23 YATES, STKEET, VICTORIA,   "  'r; y-rXy )(CiJntisitCvWeHs^r'}farj^:&-C&$$'lH: -  Al ways' tn: ��������� hn ri'dUCaif, Kip, :Shber Fi i������ diugs/. etc., etc.  May-1,1868. ��������� ;    '���������';   .    ...     '      6m  LONDON..HOTJSE  ������������������������������������GOVERNMENT STREET, VICT0RI A.      '  . "WEOLESALS   AND   RETAIL.':  J. H. TURNER & CO.    :  J^rOKTKBS  OF  ���������"Eh'gliHli & French Silks, Shawls, Dresses, Un  derclothing, Gloves,, and every description of  Drapery Goods.  Receive regular supplies* hy Express via Panama and  by.sailing vessels via 0;>pe llori).  jagg* Par*icular ationtiou uiven to all orders,  London Firm���������J. V. Tuwstali. &.Co.  ESTABLISHED 1S5S.  Miyl. 18GS.     " .   '     "   .       ' -6m  G-RELLEY & FITEKRE,  ;    WHARF STREET, ^VICTORIA, ���������  ; .'IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE  ��������� Dealers in���������  Fine English, French &c American "Liquors,  Charapagne, Claret and Brandies.  \    LARGE  STOCK.OF    RONDED    WfKES   AND  rX Bra n <i i i-s a 1 wn ys on ha nil.. / T������ deal ors p urcha'si ng  in lar?o quantiiirs, a liberal discoiint/vvill .be made fur  CAiH.   All urd'ers will"recej ve prompt attehtf������ii .  .;St. Laubk> t ���������&' LaMnkRT, /,  ;>,r;> . Agen ts, Centrevillc. X  May 1,186$.'      /���������',./.. X-Xyiy..,.!..      '...;'././/;em.  BRITISH    COLUMBIA. ..'-.  rpjJR SUBSCKIBEKS,- FOR MAKV YEARS PRO-  1* prictora ofthe Twoaty"Nilie Mile House, DougUa  portage,'begto fanhounco: thai having purchased thu  CJiut<������������ Hotel prripcrty, th<y are prepared to aflurd  exceih-nt acconiihodiiik.n to tho iraveiling public.  The table will at all times be well supplied, unci in tho  >itiULw������lLbj? i'<4J,Jii^.r,fc������^ch<^j&0J**������ljJ>^;cTfc'.,-*-'��������� :-*-.rr<"- ��������� "*:  Ample, stabliug for animals, and the best of fead  constantly ou hand.    .       . '  They respectfully invite a call from their old customers, as woll as the travelling public generally.  Clinton. TL C, May 1, 1868 : J. SMITH & CO.  GREAT REDUCTION I  K  HOTEL,   SODA CREEK,  McLEESE it SEXAY,  PROPB1ETOKS,  EG.TO HETURN THANKS  TO THKIK   PATRONS  lor the past, and in ordvr to suit the times  they  have reduced the scale of prices, viz:: :  Meals, $1 00 ; Beds?, 75 cents ; Hoard and Lodpin*  per day, $a" 50 ; Hoard and iMtipiug per week, $15 00,  /Having recently made large additions i<> the pr-. ���������  misessoasto jjivo first-class ucce.ntmodatioa. In th*  eating and sleeping dep;������j*ttiicnts, tin-y hope to merit-  an extended support in tbciuiure. Private rooms lor  families.;      - " . ������������������ . .���������;  At the Bar will always be frund the choicest brands  of Wines, Liquors aud Cigars.  The Stable is clean, attended by a good'hoiillor, a������4  supplied with the beat provender of the couniry.  May !,��������� 1868. 6m  :^5/OTGH   HOUSE,  Sort : street,   victbrRia  ������'; A... McLEAU :& Co.,  ���������:'���������'-/������������������    General Outfiitersj  also BOOTS  English   and"  TMPOPvT CLOTHING OF ALL KIVDB  . 1 an d. SH0'ES, ;direot from tlie best  Scotch limrkeisi Sell rctair at wholesale prices for  CASH, All: orders sent through Barnard's Express,  promptly.������ Uonitfid- to.--- - *-.��������� ���������.���������.>��������� =������������������;-��������� .���������"��������� ������������������-��������� ��������� ���������:������������������ ���������: ������������������������������������..  M-tv 1.1868. ���������.���������."���������": 6m  EXPRESS & GENERAL  AGENCY!  N, THE   ARRIVAL    AT  '"BARKERVILLE-   OF  V/ every Mail and Express, J*. RE ID will leave Bar-  kerville-with nn Express for the following places :���������  Mosquito and Red Gulches, Whip Saw Gulch, Lo whee  Creek, Grouse Crepk, Stevens Creek, California. Creek'  find A ni! er.   H o will also 1 oa ve regu I a ri v t wi ce every  week for the same places, with the Cariboo Sbntin'eu  on the mornings ef its issue    He. will attend, to all  Kinds of com m issien������. etc., for mi n ers, ob ta in I icon -  eet.-, record claims, exam in cv rccer.:s, etc;   Collecting  will also be attended to.. Cxe will nlso:send out   three  ti m es a m on th, a n Express to Keith ley Creek' Forks  of Quesnelle, Cedar and Black Bear Creek.'    He will  h ave an office at Barkerville," where" all * orders-e tc  cun be left.           ...^    -. ; .   *      "*  May 5, 3868. ' "       :  /     6m "  INFORMATION ������������������"'���������WANTED   ::  -Z    '    BAILEY'S  PR I VAT E  C O ARD ING  HO U S E,  Fori Street, Victoria, between Douglas and  .Broad Streets...  C.B1Irjrf  ye  recaivsd by  jyU3:c  gladly  MRS ANKfE . COX,  Victoria  BEGS TO INTIMATE TO THE  public that he has purchased the  huiMin? Jiud furniture, as lately occupied by Mrs.  Heal, which he lias entirely refitted at crreat cost and  the premises will now be found replete with every  canvenimce for the comfort of families and ladies and  gentlemen,    jgjy*Terms moderate.  N. B���������In addition to  the above, N". C. Bnilpy also  ;cofltittu;-*sUt. carry on thcHoto   and Boarding House  on Langley street.  /May 1.1868   ' fjm  HOTEL DE 'FR.AN.GE",  '*y,::::" i':i-:;*: BAKKERVjr.LEr W. 'C,  ��������� ���������. .; :���������;.-..  "   HOTEL   AND  RESTAURANT,  Also splendid Bedrooms, and tho  host Wines and  Cigars.  May I, U&   ��������� to  y^  ��������� yxy X   ;: Offer for sale, at low: rates i'.Xi-  CRIMEAN ;SHIRTS, with Collars, superior  /. . equality.   //���������;//���������.:/;'' /.:���������'"/ !; . -*:      /v  QUEG 6 N Flan nel ,Un dershi r te and Drawers.  English/   '������������������./���������;',/',;/.-:������,'-yZ'yx-- Z"--M  Fine Lathb'swbol Undershirts and Drawers.  ;HEAVtf^  B1 tie Denim Ji\mpers and Overalis.  Canvass Jumpers.  Hand-knit Aberdeen and Oregon Socks.  English Merino and.Larnbswool   V"  ���������Besti(Sep.teh.Tw^ed.Pants.  HEAVY MOLESKIN & CORDUROY PANTS.  OREGON and CALIFORNIA Tweed     '���������  Grey Drilling and Grey Calicos.  White Long Cloth, yard wide, all qualities.  DRESS GOODS, MANTLES, SHAWLS, &e.  Ladies' Trimmed Hats, assorted styles, &c.  ���������ALSO FOR SALE,���������  DEST ENGLISH GUM BOOTS.  FRENCH CALF and KIP SKINS.  COLORED ROANS.  HARBOUR'S SHOE THREAD  CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S Oilmen's Stores  BAR IRON.  CANADA PLATE.  SEWING; TWINES, Rope, &c.  BLANKETS, 24 to 4 point.  DUNVILLE'S OLD IRISH WHISKY, in  case.  "PRICE'S"   BELMONT  SPERM   CAN-  DLES, in 20 lb. boxes.  Wharf strcot Victoria, V. I. jef>2 lm  EX CHANG- E   HOTEL,  SODA CREEK, B. C.  THE. UNDERSIGNED, PROPRIETORS OF THK  X above well known rind popular establishment, Ih*k  to inform their numerous friends and the public g<w  rally, that thf*yure now prepared to afford every ee*  commodat.oto ,;.U>,. the j travelling com muuitv, at.. Hi*  most reaKohable rate of charges.' Good clean, airy  bed-chambers. .   .-  Tlio Biir ia stocked with the very'hest brandsi of  Wines,-Spiritsaud/Cigarf. y    .���������./> y,���������������������������-.:, :.���������������������������, ?.\y ������������������������������������.���������.  1 Tlie Table; is supplied; w i th. ��������� all '.tili o;' substan tin Is and  luxuries the country affords: aiid-'-meals are served at  all hours." /...../ -': yy-:.y''y. ^.y.y [���������,':������������������ :.;..y ",���������:;���������������������������- ,;.������������������������'������������������'  y The Stables:are spacious, comfortable- nnd attended  by first-class hoslii/rs, a nd a constant. supply of the  best provender of all kinds.' '  *  ;.- In short, every con vehieijce and facillty c������mducive  to the com fort of man a n tl b eas t. wi 11 j be Toil o d, and  the proprietors will spsire no effort in order/to"'feive.'en-  tire satisfaction to all who may patronize their estab* ;  Iishment.      ;     . ; ,, ���������; ,   : A. S. BATES & CO.  /  Soda Creck^ B.C., March 19, 1868.   ./'.;,     myl 6m  paribop/LU Iiistitiit������  j. S.OT6MPS0X.PKESi������KNt.:���������";..-  JAMES ANDERSON, VtCE-PKEsmxsT. /  ������������������'���������������������������    H. S^ BLUNT,> '���������-/ ..!">,....���������.;.'. Xy'-'yy ���������  JOSEPH CLEARTHUE, V DiftECTOB*.  JOHN 3UOLAREN, "'���������'������������������):; /'' :X:; rrxr '//.;������������������./.  THIS INSTITUTION IS NOW   OPEN AT BARKER.  villc, where it is now fitted up; with: a view .to. th������  Ionia] Papers and Mupazines.-  Termsof Subscription���������$5* per Quarter, or $2 per  Mou tl i. . Si n u 1 o vol u in es foil n etl . to u on -su bscri b ers; at  50 cents per volume, wiih $1 deposit. .  Persons not subscribers, visiting the Reading Room,  and making use of thu Books and Papers, 50 cents fof  each vjj-H  Tlie Room will be open from TEN; A. M-, till TEN,  P. M. JOHN BOWRON,  ,   Librarian.  N. B ���������A flno assortment of Books and Stationery la  always kept fur yalc. 6m  Iii the Supreme Court of Civil Justice of  British Columbia.  NOTICE.  Jn tho matter of the Estate and Effects of  JIRS THOMAS JONES, deceased, intestate J  -R05SER EDWARDS, " 4*  "W1LLIAMTREVENA,     /u" l(  . HENRY ALLE.V, ' u '..  ' ���������    ."  All persons who are indebted to any of tbe, abova  estates aro required to pay tho amounts tluo forth*  with ; and. all.persons who have any claims against  any of tbe above estates aro re quired to f*end them ia  on or before the 17th day of'September, !&&���������  CHAS, E. POOLEV,  Oiticini Adminiatrntof.  "SSchfieid, C3d Jsne, 18������8, Jc������������  iM-  .<**��������� ���������  ���������.'������>rin'=������3,^^.  VR   '���������!'-��������� '"     '  yn  "'r-^KK^^s,,, s ,,,���������,. ..._ ...^ v ,::..b...  .  X^

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