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 Vol. 7.  Barkerville, William Creek, B.C., Wdnesday, August 18, 1869.  No. 31  '.-...    PUBLISHED     .   .   .-.{...���������-��������� .���������>������������������>  /VERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY,  . '  ���������   ��������� hrr Zii, i/.:���������'-��������� -._._,{  BO BERT     HOLLOW AY,.  {.Subscription, $1 per week (including ^ cost  ot delivery), payable to the carrier. -  Oj?J*ic��������������� Barkerville, (next door to Manetta's  Grocery .Store).  {-Agents for the.*' Cariboo Sentinel."  Qaesntil mouth, Mr. Goudic, Barnard's Express .Offlcc  Soda Creek, . ��������� - - ��������� ��������� Barnard's Express  y&le      >:���������-.-.    Mr. Evans,      do. do  Now'Westminster, .,    ,-|     -,.,   ������������������      Clarkson k Co  Victorift.        -���������'-.-���������������      A'. Lyne.'  L. py Fishery "---*���������      -      -      San Francisco  ALL ������ORTS_OE..NEWS.  At a recent trial iu-LondQP,: Madame Rachel,  tlie famou3 cnameler, testified thafy her. charge  for- eriameliug--a person had been for many  years"1000 guineas.'.{A.Mra.Borrodaile, wh  had {been. enameled by 'Rachel, bad scar,  any; Lair on her head, her skin was hi a **  fuVstatc of emption.from.disease, but Mdme.  -Rachel's process gore Mrs. B. ahead of beauV  lifui natural golden hair, aiid*' her skin was  mftdeyotnig, fresh and.perfectly healthy, so  .that the saying that' beauty is only skin deep  1\ was fully realized. .- .-'.- .  { Chinese laborers are;,in.;: demand  in. the  Zi;{Southern States. . Those {who have already  A vran^emeiits^ are i maki ng I by wh ich Iarge  numbers of Coolies are to, be taken, to the  sugar and cotton plantations of the South.  Tbe Chinese question is likely to assume a  v cry corn pi ic a ted comp lex io n i n th e U n i ted  Slates.   AH men are equal, say tbe Repub-  ii  ��������� ���������. Interesting experiments are being made in  Belgium: with a mitrailleuse In7ented by M.  Montigny.- It is a machine composed of 37  tupes. It is supported on a I. two-wheeled  truck, and ivo artillerymen are enough to  manoeuvre' it.' In threeminutes the mitrail-  euse fifed 370 shots, of which 278-hit the  target, 52 missed, and 40 missed fire. At 430  yards, 84 per cent of the shots were effective,  and at 650 yards 50 per cent. ' it is calculated that by practice 370 shots per minute  can be fired,  xy  ,A. New York correspondent of the San  Francisco' Examiner gives.a very discourag-  ingaccount of times in New York, which, he  says, are unexceptionably dull, and there i3  only .work for about fifteen or twenty per  cent, of Unskilled workmen.  Aerial Steam KAVtGATon--'fhere is an  '��������� Aerial Steam Navigation'Company^' in San  Francisco, and they" have ..constructed a  " model carriage," or vessel, for navigating  the air, with the-view of ultimately superseding the use of the Atlantic-Pacific railway.  Following is a description of-Jthe l! carriage/-i  or " Avitor," as It isiealled:���������"..The.Avitor.  can be ��������� briefly described simply as a balloon  of the form of a very.-short and thick cigar,  its extreme length being about ninety-five  feeV its height ten feet, and its width at the  centre aboufc seven feet. A: delicate'.' framework of light-and stropgjwppd passes lo'ngi-  places. At the after end of tbe frame tho  rudder is placed���������an ingenious contrivance  for directing its course either vertically or  horizontally. The propelling power is furnished by a verysrual! engine anclboikr, of  the Very lightest weight, and certainly, of no  leans, then why not give the  Chinese  tt'S more 'effective force than could be produced  ballot;as well*as other foreigners.  Brigham Young says the Mormons will not  obey ihe law against polygamy ;  they will  no1 longer submit to wrong, and if bad metr  were sent to ' go vera \ Ihein he{w quid, ba n ish  ��������� them.- ,       . ���������.. ^ ...X'" -.;.��������� -! { '���������'��������� ������������������.. i . ,  Gold hasbeen discoverMat^^Epl river, York  County,/New. BrunBwic*E{ {AssayliprOTeithp  .quartz to be rich rand rthe I1 sands of-the river  are aunferous..- Quite an," excifcement''��������� p re-  vails over ^tie;discdyery������ ryx ZlZx Z "'yXX'Xl,  The cable cohjstrucied-.Ipr ,the French company is. considered, decid edl y supe ri or t o. the  one i which irnow working :across; the- Atian-  1 tic, in that; it has greater; conductivity;:; y������he  entire cable, while; i t has the strength; ,of an  Iron*' cMlnj'YDas^.- Tat1'the "same1 'tifn^i's'ii'ffici'ecit  elasticity to yield{like a rope to the variations of the ocean.;..b"edV;aid'3tie"nioti0nS/<rf  the ��������� waves and currents:'' '��������� |' ;���������"''-*  Both Houses of the New Hampshire:'Legislature: have passed a ;bill making it unlawful  for first cousins to marry.h In order hot to  breali up any matrimonial engagements of  that kind that might now be existing, the act  will not be in force until six months after its  passage.'' ��������� -   *iv : ���������>  Large premises have, been fitted up. in Victoria, Australia,, for the manufacture of colonial safes, which ��������� are actually stated, by a  colonial paper, to be superior to those of  English make.'There, is a large: demand for  them in the colony, and His said they can be  made 20 per cent, cheaper than the English'  article.' ���������.���������������������������������������������-'���������  A working stove-"fitter{of Chateau Thierry  (France), aged about 40, r married man and  a father of a family, ^yas forbid I recently in  bis garret, lying on a cross ha had himself  constructed out of old rafters, and to which  he had actually nailed his iwo feet and one  of. his hands. Ho was removed-to.the hospital. ������������������'--'-���������'���������  by taming a crank by a man of ordinary  strength. The engine and boiler���������the latter  fired up with alcohol���������are in.dangerous proximity, to the bajloou itself, and are placed in  ai niche in its bottomO From the engine,; by  jigtife shafts and gearing,: the^pA^ ^ trans-  miUed to "a eoople of propellers working in  tlie frame,first {mentioned, s-j and a humher of  1 ines;: b ands, ribbons and.network, al 1 of the  lightest material, serve ;to bind the frame to  tlie hot torn l aiid preserve,its ."contour.^, i This  machine iwasi i^itended to have beeni practically tested, and a .1 arge number of I citizens  assembled{ at the Shell-Mound track in i Sah-  Matep. county; to, w'itness:' the ; experimental  tri al, wh en; a stiff breeze sprang up ���������-_ an d the  inventotyX$A\*.fe%lis1Sm'ah"> name*d{���������'���������* Marryiatfc,'  who publishes a newspaper which is remarkable for, jokes^ concluded to postpone the  'trial, thinkirig that> to{navlgate the, air just  then might furhish hisveotemporaries with a  ." fatal catastrophe" item that 'would be no  joke at all. ���������-.'������ /;;   ;   r,..;.:"'  ��������� LEGAL NOTICES,^.  IN THBSUPREitfE COURT OF THEMAIN-  L^p of British'Columbia:'  Io the m|s.ter of the Estato and Eflccts of WILLIAM  V-SfcCARTNEV', deceased, IntesUite.   .-.  oHg vrbo are indebted to the above Estate  quired to pay. the amounts duo 'forth with J  rsona who. baye any claims against tbo  tc arc required toeend in their accounts  on or be$rc tho 28th day of October; 1869, to  '   CHAS. B. POOLEY,'  Official Administrator.  Datod BSctiQcW, 28tb July, 1869. ju31 lm  il- are^  and.all;  above Ef  SUPREME COURT OF THE MAIN-  ID OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  In the matter of thc Estate and Effects of WILLIAM  :.     yu. i:wlNN'ARD, deceased, .Intestate.  A LLp^ons who arc indebted to tlie above estate  xx ; aro required to pay the amounts due forthwith,  and* all,-parsons. who; have ony:'claims against tlie  above estaxe arc required to send in tfteir accounts en  or before'lhcllth day of September, 1869, to  ...jl     , : . -.CHAS, E. POOLEY,'-.. -  ':   .# Ofrtcjal Administrator.  y Dated IRlchficld, 11 th June, 1S69. je!6 td  IN  THE   SUPREME   COURT   OF   THE  MAU^AND OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. "  ��������� ��������� '���������������������������;  In the raaltcr of the Estate and Effects of MICHAEL  ii.; i|CARNEY, deceasod, intestate.    .  LL persons who are indebted to the.above Estate  .....-���������' are rlqulrod to pay the amounts "due forthwith;  and all poisons who have any claims against tlie above  estato ara required to send in their accounts on or  before thefeh day of September, 1869, to  : ��������� ;f        y-       CHAS. E. pooley,  ' y   yv?:" - ..        OiTvcial Administrator.  Pated.Ricbneld, 24th Juno, 1869.-    ' je30  ERR   &   S  .  Barkervillk.  Feb. 6, 1869.    ' ���������'   '.'.  N and1. after July M," and until* further notice, the  \J: Regular Weekly Express will -arrive at-Btirkcr-I..  villeon SATURDAY MORNING, and return at. 6 a.m.  thc following -Monday.: The Express wjU cl������se cycry .  ���������Sunday r\igbt^t.9<o''clock.. ���������'��������� yX ���������.   y ������������������    - .���������->..:;���������>'���������.  ' For rates of Eioi^ht-and "passage, npply to. ...    >'  ���������   -     ��������� -   - ��������� .& ORMANDY������: ���������  June 30. .   Agent,-Barkerville.   .r-  Van  Volkeiifetirg &   Co.  RETAIL   BUTCHERS,   .  BARKERVILLE,  RICHFIELD,   AND  MOSQUITO CREEK.  Asupplyoffresit^meat of all descriptions constantly  onJiaud.,.'':;.';: "���������'"��������� X ������������������ ';������������������ ?y',v'V ;yy- y Xyuy-y  BLACKSM1THING  I  >  McENTEE wishes to inform his friends and tho  public that he is,prepared to do HORSESHOiE-  ING at $3 per set, and all other kinds of Clacksmith  work at. reasonable rates.  RIG AFIELD, July 23,1869. jy24 tf  HALF-WAY   HOUSE.  npHIS HOUSE, NEAR "THE MOUTH OF  ;.L   Stout Gulch,-  IS   NOW   OPEN,  And the finest qualities of Liquors, Wines and Cigars  may bo had at thc Bar.   Try them.  ������������������.'<������������������.������������������ F. PAGDEN, Proprietor.  Half-"Way House, July 6,1869. y ju7 lm,  ASSAY  OFFICE.  THIS OITlcc will be ready for business on or about  Monday next, July 5th, in Kane's new building,  Barkervtlle. : - .   -   '  CHARGES,:  For Assays of Gold Bullion % (one-half j of 1 per cent.  Deposits under $800 will be charged $4.  Assays of Minftral Ores, ������10 each.  >V\ BITCHi 'OGKj Oh if:f Mrlter..  Barkerville, Juuo 30. I860.  ���������je30'2ua  F.NEUF ELDER,  STORAGE "'A^iPi-^e.fi^Ifi.S/tON;  ��������� ������������������.���������-.;{Zy y.��������� Y-- Rwhfield, ;B.Cv{{':,;;-:  - j|gg������ Produce, from the agricultural districts received  aad money advanced oii consigumeats, I i Y,jy24:2m :���������  AND  .j  ���������^L-E-K/  r  BARKERYILLK  B'arkerville, Mayi, 1869.  I     SAWNEY'S   LETTERS  ;  { -' and'- : '-'���������'  ���������'���������������������������''-���������' X���������'  GAR I BO O    R H Y M ES,  -    BY JAMES ANDERSON.  PRICE,       -       -  ���������'   r      ONE DOLLAR.  For sale at tho' SentiseI Offlcc, and forwarded by  post-, free of charge.  my 29  Slxeet and Cast Iron Stoves  ST ZAMERS, EXPRESS, FORW ARDINO, &c.  EXP?.  :-���������,.  AN THE FIRST DAY OF J^NE AND ON THE I^RST  \J   and ioth day of each iuoC%thereafter  Barnard's  Will despatch  A FAST FREIGHT TEA^ fROM YALE', v  Making tho trip to Barkerville in a^eut jli'xlays,    ;..*  Until further notice,  RATES OF   FREIGHT  By these teams, oo all parcels of CO lbs. and upwards  will be .      -.  Cents per lb.v  exclusive of Road Tolls.  | Parlies shipping by. these teams must order poa^a  to  be marked   l< Per Barnard's Express, SLOW>.,~   .  otherwise they wilt be seat by regular iExpreaa and  charged accordingly.;-     .-.-������ '*      . >i   ������������������-��������� '-.     y-  ���������Shlppers may depend op the KgularUy.. of these  teams,.for whether with full .freighi..or.not..they will  come through. ���������     '      '-���������    -.-  -y '    ������������������    .''.-.-'-'  May 14, 1869. -...'. Fr J, BARKARD.  ���������'   i  :> ������������������  I'M  N the arrival at Barkerville of every Wail and  ��������� Exrro^s, R. L. LAMONT 'will leave Barkerville -  with an Express for the following Creeks: Grouse,.'  Stevens, California, Wolf, Antler, CunuinghauvHar* i  v'ny, ohowshoe, Keitbley and dooso Creeks. Ke wtl!,  atteud to all kinds" of cooiniissioas, &c. Collecting  will also boat tended to. ju21  Letters, Parcels, &c, for tbe above phacea can ba  leftjat thc following places.;.  TheSBNTrxELOUice,1 ..".   -   -   RarkervOI<\  '.     Rennie's Shoe Store,   ....   Bark err iilu .  ���������!���������'���������' F. Neufelder,   i. -* -.������������������-^"-ryRicbftdld^ V' y^  Danielspiils BiMge^ ^lies-1  nel E^rer.       ^  3l.fR.- CHARLES , DANIELSON-desires to inform!  irJL i. Traders, Packers, Travellers and others that Hiev  Road: (yoni Dog'Trairie; to the 16-Mile Post bey out!;  Quieshelraoiitbis now bpen and in good condition ipr  Pack Trains aiid Stock, ��������� and that-there :is abundance)  of good feed, throughou t.; There; is a housci of .enter:;  tainmeht at the bridge., ,'���������.,   ���������,.'.,.. .       ...  I   j������l^  Iii^pyt^^^:t^  i- iyLL y1FSEIGHT- -CCNSIG -NE D r TO-. Jj-.-C.1 B E ED Y,:  i^V' Yftlc^B.'C., Svill be forwarded to. any part'1 of  the Colony, on the most reasonable terms,: free of comV  missioni';.;���������,: ,-*%-..,, AGENTS.; .i;..|;../:..:., ....; _':;;  1 iMiiiard & Beedy,    )      | Denouvlo.n & Kurtz,    >   I.  : Victoria: ���������       J . Barkcrrilie, /  Barkerville^ April 17th, 1869, .  ry    ..  ILL I A  BOOTMAKER,  0FFI3RS FOR SALE THE BEST ASSORTMENT Of  BOOTS to be found on -William Creek.  BOOTS MADE TO ORDER,  Warranted not to bo surpassed by any made on th  Pacific coast.  GUM BOOTS CONSTANTLY ON HAND.  ALL JOBBING WORK IN TIN, COPPER, Sheet  A Iron, Zinc and Lead Piping, attended to with  promptness, and -warranted to give entire SittisJ  faction;  Hardware, Iron & Steel  5   ,  HARNESS7   Etc.,    Etc.,  FOR SALE.  E." PEARSON. & BROS.,  '���������' -      Barkerville,  REPAIRING done in the best manner, at shortest  notice.  In connection with the above, he begs to n tify his-  friends and the public, that ho has on hand is choice:  assortment- of GROCERIES and DRY GOODS, and  hopes, by keeping a well selected stock on hand f to  mcritia share of public patroimgc.  ^-OPPOSITE BANK OP BRITISH COLUMBLV -������ft-"  Barkerville, May 5,1569. ___  s  my26     {   'Ax PfcNC)UVION'& EtUETXi  y.j  '. - ^���������rtufljrac ���������hbR THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  WERtfESDAY, AUGUST isHS6&  \.'-.  .y   a ?HE JOAl^OA'SK>mSE^lZXX . .  Is published cvery^ Wednesday and SatOTdayJ Alt:  advert is^nieritis| in tende*l for insertioh7 i^ritist ijo.::deliy-i;  ero������t at ^Litest' at Six; d'clock, P"i>K.-, :*nej dtt^|;bpfOre;  publications ���������  .       X ��������� <   "*^      ' "        '*."     *"   '    '  ' "X. TO ADVERTJSSPvS. ,'"...    U .-yZ\  All a.&'vertisomonts .{not Inserted for ��������� any definite  ���������', puriotl)  ATilllboi.csntia^cd  until orderedyout, -and  charg^il{fur accortiingly.. ' s   yy   'i s ������  ��������� TO OOERESPONiDENTS: Z] Z    ���������      '  All- communications snnst bo accompanied' by tha  real name;������n'nrad!lress��������� of tlie writer*V not,necessarily  .. ^vitlia vi^w^o^-pubUshiu^itlie'same, but-as security  * tor its. gootUfailh.: ��������� r v-y f -;    & x y. \ ._.. 'y-yi ^. y- ,,.  ������������������������������������-.c.-  ��������� ������������������-.-,, ;...,.,.,.���������-^-���������:-.������^'Yi-'-m  ��������� .ii^-i��������� i..������������������-   ������������������-��������� ������  ;. r" "--"' {*���������' .!���������"{" THE LAW;- "   xl - ;vj,n  self for the purpose of wo thing it. He can-  xiotfind in the district a siifficiciit numfodiv of  moneyed men, ."to c6-pp^rate, witli Iijtui;; ;.He  must go: abroad ;l t o obtain {the assist^Sce of  capitalists;Z Ho^obtairis promise of assLstance^  Tbie' first |liiug {"the = men; of;tnoney|want to  knowl JSjiiwhat is the {nature of tbo tit&tojthe  ground. A copy of the Mining Ordinance is  required;; to; be' shown,.. TheimoneyeA {men;  cciirie.l to the {clause* abo^e-nieniidned {an d;tliey  inime^lately: remark  fori n y esti ng tlie! ri ai p riey.;; The ireef im ay b e  the ������������������. richest \pA 'iM ;���������$ wort tf J\{ {b u t ���������{ ibfey -w i 11 ��������� no t  risk;their;money ������������������ when throiiglij the; vne|:]ect  oiv dishonesty; -ofiiliiose {entrustedi,:Witb| the  worUing;of;fclie reef; i tniay be all{ for feited.  Thirty ioi*,. for ������y{ 1 Ihousan d I dollars ma^ ilia ve;  mw tharwe^lmSi^a kterinpba^Imtj f<-?i^^^i^^^l^^lM  as bea^m^m^isiS^^^ tei'!qiiarte "<f^ W .^me^n-ka^:remained un-  7V; - ���������-  *s!   ������-.   ���������   .  y   '  mf.u ���������  ��������� i  has been1''generally-  , < crai". every thing .appertaining to the pros;;  pes ti re; development o f quartz reefs should  receive close{ attention. { In alluding;to' this  I sui>j ftct. i n ipreylpns,. a r ticIes ,h eve the {1 avv; re-,  la ting to {quartz reef's has'. neyer;\������eeii toucbed  upon,   \Yq propose now > to inVite distP3$\on  tts to whether,Sie���������preseii|,)tiw is goo4?and  ;; :^uI3cienfc-Tbr*1.l&b''bb3ccEs.:ib has I in;^yie^;- {So:  ;���������   far^in th^e history of mlaing-experience in  Cariboo, objections to tlio law. as it stands  {   at present .has'.ne7er^been-noticeablOiJX)ne  ���������would naturally suppose^ then,' that thei law  is satisfactory,, is-svthlcien^  .. .   poses ot* quarte;miniog.;   The absence, how-  ' .ever,  of quarts mining to .any considerable  extent inay; account; f<yr;lhi3 appairentrconten U  moiit;{; There has; not/Seen {sualc^  ii. J e xp eri on ce of its aflap tab il \ ty jto: th e. particular  {���������cipsums^nclesl of;s^e cenvntry- to demonstrate  wlictlier it is suitable or not.   The prime, ob:-  Jectr of any  law -relating to mining in this  country should.aim.atrth^ accomplishment of  ���������' ���������'   ' th ree con il i tion s.  ' First, .encou ragement to  they prospector:; < se,condf a -grant of a liberal  ..    .extent of ground';'and third, a :perrecfc; un-  . assaiiabie' title to tho possession and use of  tho grouhA. ,It was the absence of these con-  , {''���������    ditiohs^bi6hsled to the enactment, of the  y     MioeraliiitM^s\Ordinance,at,the.last session.  .   ofi the LegisIatiwCouncii.   That^rdiuance  fitliyf ijaVries out "thosei^ conditions:so far as  ;! the:^lawiriu -thel.firstplaice is concernedjwith  : -;���������'. {y n!?iference::;io: all ���������; minerals;, pt^rythaii gold,  Does; the preseottlaw'wi^  qnavtzlreefs embody such ptpvisions;;as{ win  secure, to the I prospector,;; the:;miiier iori the  cap it ii'ilst' &e cg ri di tio ns i ab b ye, men tio rii eoV I  The 53d cjaus^ of tlie Crold.Mining1 Ordma^ce  ;.of 18G%rcads;as fbilowsZ~.-.;-i'.i'-'ZiyxyxX.A\.  ;r" QuavlzclaimsshalVbe^^ 150 feet in length,'  measra* e u a lo n g the lo d e or. y ci n, ,w i th p o wer  . to'"MUw |he |o'5e: ov vein and its; spilrs; dips  end angles/ anywherehbn drvbelow the sur:  1 ace 1 n ol tided b e twee n t he two ex tre m i ties, o f  .suchlength of 150{ feetf bufc not to advance  :; uSqriJibribeueatt; tlie' surface: of the earth  . morel thahiipQ feet Ja. a lateral direction from  . t he i m \ h e; 1 o de I or; v ein,-along \v h ichtho claim  ���������is to ;ibe: measured ^Iy"; ������������������ Zix-xyAi ; :���������-..;..������������������'  _���������;.'_: :Thts iseems; sufficiently liberal^ and so far,  ;.,ythen;{as.4^eo^tent;of ground;-proposed to be  ailldwecrto'the ���������m|p^r-l!a''ponccFned, the clause  i$u& susceptibly of any{o^ectibniJ-Buthow  :rtbout iBe^iitjeit.; Wheh a cotiipany.shail-ihave ]  . /obtahiedsay, ten such cJaimi, wil I the title  . t o (h em n u Aer ��������� the Mi n' i ng 0 rd in ance be sn f-  JR ci eii tly se cu re to j us Llfy -an ".exppn d I iu re ; of  rthirty pivifty thousand. doIIars ?   There��������� dbes  ^nofc {aiip^a^ttf^eji^y difference "between the  , doi5di(iondi -to ^eciire pessession of a quar 1 %  c 1 ai m aud th os el accessary to, h old an all u vial  claim.   A.quarteplaim appears to stand- on  the same footing iri the. Gold Mining Ordin-  fiincoas any other claim. "The 38th clause of  ?ihat or^ijiance reads as follows : .  ��������� * ��������� A Cl ai m sh all be dee m ed to h e ab a nd b n e A.  -a ft fl" ppea* t o.. the occu pat ipn of a ny. free m | ne r  ���������Avhea the same siiall haaJ0 i^emained un workeel  ���������L y th c reg i s te red h ol deri^th0 reo f fat* t h e s p a c e  of-sev on ty-1 wo h d u vsV u n less sickness, pi*- o ther  -rensoria.bie cause be p ho wil, -Sundays and such  ���������h o llda'ys as .A he - ��������� G old Com missi on [e r] ni ay  think fit to proclaim,-.aro <to.:be omitted in  reclie ning the, t ime bf aosrworking.J- ���������  What seen ri ty is th ere for oapi tai is ts investing In. qmulz '.mining,. ;With -the above  clause staling them ���������inltb.ev'facef %iefc us give'  a su pposili ti&m il lustration..{ A; prospector  fliscovfjrs u quartz reef. lie canDGt work it  himseif.   EeYoinst a^ociatc. .othersavith him-  woi-ked by the registered' h older thereof fpr:  the space of seventy-two hours, it shall be  debmed to have; been \ abandoned;"   Gapital-  ists al*e thus1 placed: en tire)y; at-.the v disqretion���������;  of their agents .for the purity of thelppu flay-  A.f ::square.Jj   temptation;{to xlishoheaiy  is  placed before the agent or superintendent of  a nurie; ;:NoJsay^the.moneyed/mea, ..withpiii*,  whose assistanceIwe cannot, look for -much  d6yeiopmeut{of quartz reefs,;<we willy not en-  trn s t'; purl cap i tai 'to the - f o rfei tu re, w hi ch' is  emboclieaVinthe 38^h clause of your .Mining  Ordinance. ' We -vrant better securityYthan  "any that is offeredby that��������� Qrdiuance:   What  en cou ragement {?i3 there for the prospector.  and;w;ha;t security -for the capitalist can there'  be witb.such a clause as -that 1   None, abso-  liitely   none,- excopt -the  honesty;%bf   the  "honest miner/"   Ha I but��������� then, you know,.  you; can ob tain a lease.   Yes,  you   can  pro-  cnre a lease for ten :years an d a -haif a m ile  of ground.' Let us have a  lease,  by   all  means.-' j?erfect security' is given "by a lease.  You;need not rei^^upoafhe, honesty {of the  honest,miner; agent or superintendeiiti for rai  lease will veliieve you /from any? an xiety you  may hay e j and quiet your skep tiqisni a'sfe'td the  honesty  of  the   miner or any  other imari  LWell, say: the;men of .money,Iet us{Wpkiat  your leases.. ;Part|ofcthe Gold Mining Ordi^  n an ce. is  s h o \v n  an d ;cl a use  101 ^r ea d' as  fplloiw31-Ay ZZl'-"' xyXZuXAA I'lxZZZ'X- A:  A ���������VAppl'caUonlr^  pi an o t' th e p r p p qsed u n d e r ta k i n g, a re -j: to be  Sentin duplicate [tox'tbo- (Solo*/ ICominissioner  yt-:ihe Aistiict wherein ihe ground desired to  be taken is sitUiited,; whoosh alt I; immediately  forward it. with his pepgrt, to the Qovemcr!  for his sanction^" : :'X;: li :'  ; Stop ! that is enough I Your leasesvSre as  Objection able as the clause about abandon-"  ment Why?; Becaiisetlicy entail toO much  trbub leso me ci re u tn 16 cu ti o n: Wev do - rio t  want to dance attendance round your Gold  Commissioner .orllyohrll Governor/ ��������� Very  amiable .individuals, no doubt; {but \why  shpiild: we go to {British Qolumbiafofa; lease  of quartz, when vve can purchase an absolute  title *auywhere;{iathe countries-^on-your  southernline. '"���������"{��������� '..;    vv"- -' '���������  they will also {decline having anything to do  with our quartz reefs uptil a better security  for investmeni lslolfered than that available  under thepresent Gold Mining Ordinance.  Official {carcurrilocution has {beeprtheideath\ to  ^1 ent^rj^rises looking to4cypIppment: of our  organic mineral resources; Royalties, aud  1 eases, and coven an ts are well e ri o u gb no  doubt iu Europe where capital ,seeks resources -for.^^inyestmerit, but the experience of  all new co im tries ���������goes tb show that such cumbrous conditions operateas impediments to  progress where resources seek capital for de?  velopment We areclearly of, opinion that;  the present Gold Aliriing ;{0rdinaince isrradi-  cally defective'so far asit I relates to ;quart^  reefs. Having endeavored i toi; point put it?  bbjectionabjeiyfeatuves,^it will ;.b.o'-;expected'  that we ought to show :the{re{medy/ ;iThOre  aire many miners ; ih;{Cariboo who-have had  experience-.'inZother {countries owhere: the  mining laws in relation, to;quartZohaye been  brought to the necessary standard of perfection tu rough! the li suggestions of practical ex-  penence|' and{ we {trbst that sbmei of: them^will  gtyo us tbe^enefit of 'their knowledge^ In  the meantimeshould;we not be* so favored^  we will, endeavor to show,in;what way the  la\v relatirigy to quartz should be altered so  as to apply- to the circumstances and con^  ditionof the country. ; ���������,       .        . -    '  ;^B^vADVERM^BMENTS;  3osBiaAlA.i&<yrj!i  FKEI> {f.: CROUDACK:;  NEW ADyERTISiSMENTS.  ;  ��������� ���������*���������   A.^D^'MflfNI^E[& ���������' ���������' Z ������������������-���������  H^B^annj^ice^hat lm will open hia"vi  :   Boarding House,- :  y r     i: l     Ula.������tw ,,,  Ai^elop%, Bfestaurant,  ;   ;    BAR^  Ji MASOX,  ������������������< x,-y X jProprie^ora.^. . r:.  J.iHT.r,  English Me and  ;[ yy-u, ���������-.-       on DRAtrGHT,   ;   '   ���������   l  'vy ��������� CHOICE"��������� WINES^'AND-UQUORS ��������� {' {  No.; 612    SACRAMENTO   STiREET,'  ���������      ,    Above Montgomery, San Francisco,   au 18Ira  IN MESUPRSME COGijR^OKTHE^MAIN-  la the matter of the; Est^ to aad Effects or GIROLU0-  . > ,    MO TIBALDI, deceased, iatestato.  '      >F :  ALL persons who are indebted to-the above.Sstatc  :. a fe relqui re| d to pay the am ou n t s - du e for thw t th)  and all j>������rsous -yeho������hnvo any claima egainst the  above estate are vcquired to send in their accounts  ofror before the;14tli day of November, HSG9. toyY  -     ..   ;    '- y CHAS.  E. KOOLEY, .   ,���������  X X '��������� Official Ad minis tra torV; ���������.  | i Bated Riciifi ji cl, 14 th August, 186JJ,{ .Y/ahlSlmlY  IN^TIIE i'SOT^EME   OOlikT   <)F "THE  i 'MAINLAND OE13R1TISH G0IiUMi3IA.v-  { Now, this{suppositUious-case has been verified with; respect to; copper and  tai 1 sis, either i n o r o u t, of th e colony .will  have nothing to di) with jeases.   The, history  of milling leases ia British Columbia is pregnant with; absurdities and   bbstru cti veness,  and  the late Governor, in his speech to the  Legislative Council last'^session, announced  th e   fail u re  o E  mining  en te r p rise and . th e  necessity for a m\v system of dealing with  thp mineral landa.   Hence the enactment of  the Mineral Lands Ordinance.   The reasons  which necessitatedthe enactmentof a law to  "facilitate the working of mineral lands,?1  other tthan gold, apply with equal cogency  as objections to .tho Cold Mining Ordinance.  The   Gold   Mining   Ordinance    does   not  offer encouragement to the prospector,; nor  security  for   investment   to   the  capitalist.  Pro s p e c to rs : h ave f r eq 11 en tly re i n arke d w ith  reference to quartz reefs precisely what they  said about silver lodes, that (hey fctwy} where  rich quarU reefs existed, but not being  able  to do anything w/th  them themselves, they  would, not take the trouble of showing (hem  toothers.   Capitalists have declined to have  anything to do with  our silver and copper  lodes while the .leasing system prevailed, and  . Injtlio ma t lor o? th e Ei ta t e and  E;T2 c ts o f ALEX -  ; | '.-:-.;.{::��������� AN DER STOBO, deceased, intestate. '-{{ ;{  A.LL persons who are. indebted lb tlie abbyy Estate  :ix:; ������re>Gquired to pay the a mounts duo forthwith','  and ail persons l|\vho, have any -claims- against-{the  aboye.eslate are r^QiK'Stedl to send in their accounts  PA or before the 12th day of K(>v*ithor. 1889, to  ',;;yy X, \.y ���������   oaAS.;E. P00LI5.V, i yy  OSIicial Administrator.  .-'{ Dated Richfleld, 12th August, 1869.        aul4 3m  ioard, ;$ Ig.^ We&Z; yMg\e' MeaW^Lc.';  {j^OYSTEItfS^  1."��������������������������� The:best of materi������l fsIiifSed", and nil Who wish first  w^^^XuluyyAyX v^^-':  HOTEL; ������Ey ERAlfci  lllliiiAife AMMx? X:  FlHEr':BED" ROOMS  'TO   LET *  >^"S>- Dinnersforparties .cooked to order. Z.  :        \, y    : LECUYER/.& BUUN,    *  . my5,.0ai{ ' {.'{.- i:''"a. Xy -',"y.  ; { {"': - J   i*ryprietors.   .  joiners' Boarding House.C  fpHE   I^NDElMG^El>riDESTllES{ TO   AX^OUXCB  X y.th at-, h e. has' piiroh asod Hh e .Hdiiso; ah d;. bus in feis ,of' .-  the abov e estubl is hmen t, and,1 sol iei ts a con ti n u auco  of custom.   The price of Board will remain as beforo.  BOARDS ���������^i&stLr^^k^l Sixole MEAts, SI.  t . -.   SAMUEL "WALKEU.  ;;;;{B*arIc>rvmp;^uJy^:i A: -'. ������������������'.   jo2SU ;-��������� ���������  HOTEL DE EiKEv  - DtJNBAR FLAT,'tl(mTNINGr GREEK,  , - {'{One mile and a-balf abb? o VanTTjnLie,)    :  TJnder the Management of MRS, ALLAN.  *   This hotel is^;now Open  for'thcyacconimddatiouof  ���������tnivellers.- ,    .  -    ,     ���������.-     -,���������'/'������������������''  ; :'Flra'^iaps-. m%t&rCwftl vfe'cC-'fcii^KbHea^:"!,n**V the host  .bra mis of Amines, LI quors and- Cigars "wiU-'al w'ays ������&���������������.������������������  found lat the .Bar.; il iyiXXX.A\ZXXA, IXXIX. X Jy24;lm \X  "WE,'  Li GiiTxixg Ghkek.  LEAVES QUESNELMOUTH FOR SODA;CREEK ON  -ZAiy'\i:' TVE$o&y$z  {';{���������' .  .{���������',.��������� { XiAT-ShiAMy:- . X( ��������� :yXy?  LEAVES SODA CREEK FOR QUESNELMOUTH ON  ' ��������� '  TH;U|R SD AT   ET E'H IN Gr,  ��������� ��������� {'"  ' Co h'fie;cting'-'w i t u %zmx rivs- 'Expr&ss ������������������ a|t'*'-b o th; pi?tcesT  I ''jbop- Tho steamer is not responsible for leakage of  Oils, or oth e r Li q ui ds s hi pped in tins,  ���������  GENERAL    DEALERS  AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS  BARKERVILLE,  ���������   Have now On hand a large assortment of  GROCERIES, i 10 U 0 E 8, TOBACCO,  G-eneral Mei-cliandize.  - Barkervil le, July 13, 1S60. j u 14 1 m  DRUG- STORE.  AS. P. TAYLOR desires to state that he still kesps  on his business at the old standt whore he has  Patent Medicines of all kinds on hand. Also FRESH  GARDEN SEEDS. Prescriptions carefully compounded at reasonable rates. Next door to Ciinio's Brewery. ��������� ���������'   ..<������������������!- .   :;���������        ...  Barkerville. May 5, I860. Im  y ditwville'sI, ���������  CELEBRATED OLD  tuv26  At DkNOUVIOK & KURTZ.  MINERS AND TRA;iyi5RS .will Qnd-it to thoir ad,-  : vantage to purchase ;at. this..Store, wh^ro there ii  - A LABOK ASSORTSTKNT OF GOODS,;        . .        .  Of the very best description on hand; and the mrx:  constantly repjenishsd hy-bb'w. Arrjyajs/l The proprie-.  ..'��������� ;,,^,.;.������;,; :;.tofs'will_.sell.Gpods}.I ���������;;:-���������  ..:  .   c-.,:;l  :'. 'f!.\:';As''.;fcja:KAp{ ASi^rAW Cxiiwoo.   ��������� ^  Orders promptly filled, and forward ed with r i?paich'/  : ������������������<"���������"**    ���������   ���������-.'.- ���������<���������:        , BEEDY &' LINUHARD,:������������������;:'?  Yan{{"mnkIe,,May 12, 1869..;,...   ; .-. Pr^priHont.^  wholesale; ^  ['Groceries,: ;ProvisiQ3i^  ZCL^^  'jiZ'yy '���������������������������'''BARKERVILLE'������������������ iy__Z--~  ~:Z~ PAINLESS  t\iL CHIPP. IS PRKPARED TO K^RACT TEETH  D and perform short operations. wI^XpU.  tho aid of tho apparatus **������**������&MS^aws E*"1  of London. This, valuable -d^^^ffi������S������ty  Ability in tho part alone; and, renders uaaecc  the administration t>Cc^������*r������������ro,SiM'/i������������Ar - larkehill*-  OFKIGE-Nexl to Rc.nnic������s Boot store Bwfce  Offlco Fee,  $5.   Teeth extracted, or filled jiw.  -o,  CAMERON ���������"&���������   AMMES,   _  FARRIERS &i GENERAL BLACKSMU    -  1      ' . Barkerville,'        !���������*.**������a  .rTAVE purchased the.stand formerly ������C������^>V  11   C. Campbclh and will execute ot&e^'m at  shoeing and Blacksmith\work, of every descry ^  the lowest rates.  : ; ' -'tfTrri������fW OXEN fffe?  il������- Every convenience for SHOEIN Cr. ua  despatch.      ��������� ;   "y~"  ~^ A Perfect  Ctito. stobe  AT TH03. FLETCHER'S, -SECO^-HA^ d p  A and General Uopairing 8 ^V^J1 n) Car As^  Latho^apable ot Turmng .and fiU^g m &c.f  ml*  K53KS3^S?ffiHSHSMai^^ ;��������� ���������s.jj.'^r^sanpr^y  I"������t^.7^-*^���������  -j  MMlHOTMfriffCTSBBgK^^  BigaaaBBgigresMgftCMB^^  gpARlBO0SiNTIi|L  .���������ET?-  TONES DAY, AUGIJST;^  MARRIEB.;:{,  MINING INTELLIGENCE*  T^hfteij; WiUiamI Cre'ekJiCariboo,^; prithoieth  .J-   nitlieTesilenceiof|the| brUp's;. tnother;iby;  liittnkl attheTesiiencooi.tiie; uixiys., iijuuiuij-rijj*.  Sr&v 'Thomas Derrick;/Ji?hh Bowron, Esff;,, ;Postf;  *5rtM^W������T Hantihgto^Caftada^ to i.;!3mily.;Pen-.,  S^E4^r(is, second :dauShter:of^Irs;J;ine Pen-  .flmsterV late  thy: * r^������ c^rils^bUtvp *W;*P>!?: fftyi Tf J5 $1! $ ^n fl.s.'l  :' ?-Y ���������: ������������������.--.,:    ' -..   ^ILLIAil CREEK, y... ��������� v.\-  .(,'. ;'i-  The Dowmei<p.{washed.iip;^bz.{for{four  days, two: picks at ". wbrlfc -The, San {Juan co.,  who'.are still ��������� pipings but have not sufficient  iwater for 'grbund-sluicingy cleaned up ? 02.  fori the week, 0 tie' 8fepy,el..gping*^.'{P?l M.011^?  morning' the entire drift; of the Dowriie co.  ��������� ?ave,dw.-;' For tu natel yjnob 6 dy{ tad commenced  w orkyiini.had it fal 1 en ai fa\y ini mi tes later  /(after seven o'clock) -there raightt haye(;v"been{  a-fatal accident. u$w ���������Bridley-NictioTson itpi  1 are������������������ cutting   a  ditch;' The Flume co. are  miltpyfy GQ7BRNQR^:^L1GY:;;  A great teal ^  V as" rave and I the I policy;;-ho Jias been Ijn-  gtructed to, develop,, but! nothing' deQnuV  seems ��������� to {have transpired;; as7 t,o;tii e{{ia'tufe of  thai policy, y Avietter^  pcared in tho BrHisQ:Colpnist?cpn^firmed oiir  own belioi* .wpreSwii^fifc^ ^&i36u*Kaf .tnfb^-  section with the firetn'ewsyf Ms-appointment,  that Governor -Musgrave had {-bee hi especially  selected to carry put: tlie Confederation; policy  of the- Ilorae Government,;aud that the success -wi th wliich he !lia8 steer cd-New fo un di it n d  into the Domini on;.qnsUined;;^  tion of Go.vemo r b f Br itish Go In inbia,i{- i T here  geemato be;no doubt 'now Ibat ille. appoint-*  ment was made especially with .the, view of  Miring this colOnyintq the;;3>pminibiiVf Besides  this objectat seems <tovIi������ generally,expected  that Goveraor.Musgrave; La alsoi ihstru%ted to  cu t do wn: the ex peases .0 f, gov e r wn en t  whe ther th e co io ny ;.sb al I b e ad mi ftedl in to  the Dominion ,or not The" cry{ for^retrench^  ment has been bushed in tije.colony for some  ti moy although-tfae neo ess! ty^for cuttirig down  expenses Is greater than ever. The revenue  is' falUng,;{fal^  may be looked for at {tbo -end oT thei year.  Knowing > from experience 'the im&ossibilLty  of doing ariyjhmg4owardsfl&meHoraUng^the  r,qnd Uioa of fdip.cplohy;.w[ane it is burdened;  with its present,expensive and obstructive  f e nn 0 f go ver nnien t,th 0 vol c e of the co t onists,  has ceased almost {to call vfor^reformf hoping  that Con federation wouidibrjng^chan^ei for  the better. In Victoria we notice that Aloyal  iid dressed* are AH a ^preparation lor the Go v-  ernoi V reception;   We hope;thatwhile;,they  express sufaVieatly tne46yai ly of thlefcblboiste.  they will; also -embody their;^iuvAnces.} rlT-he  busy^ pnttirigytheiryldi  fil l i'v'eshet;'; The. gah. Fr^nciscoi: co; pl<ianed  upl'lOl oz. for, Jbe week;:' and tlie Dutch Bill  -co.,'25voZYi-' ;  . ���������- ���������-    ,.A\  ��������� :{, .:.  '"���������'���������. Below the can yon���������The1 Barker co. washed  np|i23i ozi;for .^theiiWeek i\ tlie Foster-Gamp:;  jlieil co;, 12'i oz, {:Xiie{Baidtie^'co{; hiacleJ"6xV  peiises. The iGaribooi^^ep:{washed up.58 oz.  for the week. uX'AZ '1 '������������������:: 'Z 'ZZ-' ''A \ X ."' ���������   :'; -  ;���������        ' STOUT GULCIT. ."    -���������"'  .; The Coombs co. washed tip 91 Apzirfor the  weck'; and i the Eloyd.: c0iy 29 bz. v The i\\A  tu ras co., why are ru ti niiig% for deep : ground,  albrig' thei pitcli-bIT iof the|behch\ washed tip  IOyoz. for ihe AVeiek,.{^hei^Hppefui co.^ have  not bo t torn ed" the. p r 0 m isi n g-loo k i ng; cb an nel  recently Btruck> owing to- the presence of^ too:  inuch water, Tlie^ fine dry {weather;;has in-  d uced the' Bon a Fide, i Mu cho Ord. Jenkins  a n d Taffv al e cps^ tp;i ay p v er 4nd - hi du 1 ge * in  summer excursions.;        yy X.[ y-;  coxkwn aui.cn.  {The Eel\& co. washed -up 38 oz. .for the.  w{eek :: and ithe ������������������McDowell-co. 36 015. Eayor^  at*le indications: -point to a cbange. in the  licllpse- gro und, that pramises better results  tb an have h i rb ert 0 b een 6b tai pe A. Perse v er-  ance; oh the- part' of ^he Indian Queen co1. is  still, /maintained^ in hopes of finding some-  th i n g  b e tte r th an the : \^Ages an d ex p ehses  g re at giie^v an c e of whi eh l-we- ;a 11, j ia.ve; toi.icp hi-  pfoh, w\A whichi ought'tb{lohii{;pairt{ofI the  *' loyal add r esses,", mi s?ht;be; expressed a a  language of {tii������ ^*;?J?eb^ 10^s ^;J^oHitimeat:  the  ds  Thai tbe n6m!natkYe.character and 0Ricial  cjuscepIs pis the Ijegt$lativH;GpuncU;rend^ 1  W'osuilei5 tb'-a^OblOny^pf fee "British^  That the -,C 0 unci 1 may be1 cp in posed of:. twen t$-  6r?;ee members" or merely a ;qubruih. as Ihe  ���������Governor.may decree; ;^h^taiieipepple have  no right ^uioranteed^tq them by .Su(iite or  order in. tJoH'b'SS'lJyy^'biciiT'th'ey^Vy'^iia re ���������  presentatives to participate���������;iii; the rdeiibora-  tions q f tbo; Go u noi 1 as, tii ey. won Id have we re  the Conncil��������� a Rep resento ti.v e .iAssemb ly ;'ip'  the 13 ritish sense of the termrt, Hop vesknj aii ve;?  inasmuch ?as the'electlpn" of a^nenjber^y the  people' does riot 'insure bta a -;seat ia. ihe  ���������Co u ncil* { That the pe op i e h ay e no co n ������tttu-  'tlpnai; powerib;passgood{measiires{, nor.i.to  stop the passage ^of vbad-jpeasures; throngli.  the Councfe^:.-; Thai; the{{JjegjslaUve Oonnoil  violates a^iihdahl^ tlie British  Constitn tion by imp6Sing. taxes pn; JAie��������� pi;op\ e  withbutTepresent^phV., $U^{. ifci -(iisi^jrards  public opinion and n^Vecf^fpui>rto;;vii.ntii^^is,  Th at it co nsehtg to the in a: n te ri ��������� 111 ce in 0TT1 e������  of more 0 facials th an the co 1 >'n t ry can a tlor< 1  or the public service-requires. ��������� What it ..concurs with the Executive in- an oxtrava^an t  Civil List, adding annually to the public debt.  That the rton-represehlati ve eharaoter 0f.;{the  Council, the non-existence of a Hcprescntativt!  Assembly, combined within al-ad min is {ration,  have (by tbediscpntent produced) a tendency  to alien ato th e affec tio ns 0 f the' pc op 1 e fro m  the Crown. Tbat tbo officials, the paid ser-t  vauts of the public, rule the peuplo wiihir-'  responsible authont}^; ������������������ and Uia^ it is their  * :i teres t to resist re form to rota i n 0 Hi ce'. T h a t  ne oSlcials, who forma majority of theCoun-  ci 1, vo te as the Exe ciitiye i n 1 tin at es w 11 e no v 0 r  required, and that consequontly tho majority  Of th e C oun ci I "has n o.real; in d op e 11 d en c e. is a  sham Legist a t u re, the G oy erno r an d Kx e e u-  -tive Council being virtually; the Legislature  of the Colony^ That the Legislative Council  d oea no t represent the pep p 10 of B ri ti sh Go-  lu mb ia, and fro ni, its n 0 mi n'ati v c and d e p en d-  ent- character can never gain popular confidence and support, and will always be productive of popular . dtseonten I; > That the  people have no confidence in the Council, and  will be never satisfied Willi' tho constitution  of the Legislature till/a Representative Assembly is established.       W jLd F itbiT.���������A" mi li er from Grouse creek,  has brpiight us souie specimehs 0f lhree' varieties:*, of; wild currants;;. One is -the: wi I d  black I currant which { grows {abundantly  almost every where in .Cariboo,; and is. distinguishable -by{. tbe h hie grape-colored , mould  w h ich covers ��������� It; a no ther lis. th e regu la r b 1 ack  currant;of the same species as are grown in  gardens^ the other-is a sample of Ted enr-  ranbi,: aimpst as lai-ge as thei best ^variety of  garden currants. Both kinds of* the black  cu rr ants' are foun d ��������� gro wi ng wild i ti this part  0 f the c olony,. bu t th e red cu r t* an ts are so me-  what pf- a' novelty; and are not frequently  found.i: The rediOurrant is. remarkable.for  : y Exp iti5������s���������Ba rn ard *s{1*jx press sir ri ved -last  Saturday morning, before five 0���������clock/bring-,  ing :as passengers Mrs Lee, Messrs. JamV  Boiand, iCrps3ley,: T.-;'Barry a nd Girod: - Nj {  .British or foreign inait came bylthis{exp.r.css.l  .0ivMohday the express 11 eft Barker vi 110 with  bimipassenger^yrll^l^tterson^of the: firm  oiX Patterson  treasured  -&"��������� Gbpdsoii���������and $30,500 lii  > CoxTEKT.���������The salmon;run in. the Eraser;  this year ��������� is very.Ilaige, a.nd;:a4nbe of Indians i-.;  have been lbrbiddeh;byi tlielrichief toi{tiake?  they made for the -wee'iY Tbe Kenfrewi co.>  who have been much troubled I with speckless  p6tho 1 es. now\ expect to do bette'ivthaii here-  tbfore -this, seasohvialitiiongh .Ithey only , hi ado  wages and expenses, for "the past week. The  Lone Star co.. g om ni en ce di w 0 r.k again oh  M0nday,i after��������� a two week's rest,, and expcct  to' b e ah 1 e. to tes 11 h eir -gro u n d i n a cou pi e of  ���������weeks. Con ti n ued ac ti vi ty1 is m ani fest in t he.  Erieson co.'s claim, but the results,arc not  very-flattering. Tim Crburockco., below the,  ErIcson. on th e righ���������bank, are d nvin g. ah^Cad{  with their tunnel/ which is now In nearly 2-00  .feet, the dirttrpu2'Which{.^ields only: a little  ���������gold.;?      '"', -' ��������� ' '' '���������       ������������������{'"���������'���������  <     /.    LOW1IEE .CREEK. .     \ ~   .  ���������{' Another :company have cbmmence.d.in the  deep gro ii n A ,:abb ve Hbe Ke 1 ly ��������� c0. 5s claim.  Xhe'yCalaveras .cp{yhav*v got :fiiiply;;to work  again -and washed up 100 oz. for the week.  'I; yiy-'.i: ������������������'������������������ :y.-;'BEGO's;:GULCir;"."-.'.':-v 3ux'"Ax.x,  iThe {Red\ ;Drag(mJ(a/nc:W): company made  over expenses and-wages for thpTweek.'  ��������� ;{ \ ..    UGUTNIXOOnEEK;  .    . ;{ :.;{.    ,;;-���������  ; No * change has taken * place on this Icreek  since our .last report.;>yThe;:Discovery co^  continue .to l;take outgo.od^ay ;,and: the-  Pbeenix co.I (Anderson.:.&:cp.) are in'|with  their, tunnel ;aboutfifty^ feet, lyy  'y-ly-A   ���������'."���������.;l {;; ;i ���������" sua a r criEiik.' ���������;' -,; '��������� ���������  I1 Since last ^Friday, !when a^ew Chi a ani en I  ca ui e. to Barkervj 11 e .fo r ou tfit a n d p ro v isi 0 ns,,  /and reported having found good I diggings, a  con ti u lions stream of Celestials'; has set in fori  ith is ���������creek, a ti'd sever al ��������� win te -in; eti; h aye: also  y'feffcfor the'same place,{{iKhas been reported  ;that the;Chinamen have;jbeen^getting extra-;  ^ordinary large pay, but our Chiuese reporter  iliniitstiie richue^s of the diggings to Xigood  :pay.;>i'Y;:- XAuyA-X ;'{;j;- ry\ . y  '��������� ,., yX '���������.   XUNXTXGUAM GRSEK..        _ -v ...  y-On this creek some ChinaiAeir have, struck  cl i ggi ngs w 11 i c h' iviy ������ 9 an d $ 10 a A a y, an d  a bo u 1 "ni nw ty' Chin a me n ha v e r ti shed0 ver to  the creek in;; c.olisecjueuco. Those circum-  stab cos have disturbed the coolness of several white miners on Anllor creek; who had  not b een i u a fair w a y to m ak e th eir for-  m n es who re th e y w e v. e, an A lot t 1 h e sa I nio n *  favored creek for Cunningham creek,  KLttTHLBY CHEEK.  Tlie claims on this creek generally did not  yield w ell d u r ing th e w e ok, a nd tlie re we re  n 0 n e w s t ri k es. \V or k is ge tti ng ah ead 0 f  the yield. The Stonewall and Jackson  claims aro the on ly ones doing anything beyond making expenses.' ���������:  FjjvES���������Forest fires seern to rage ,in all  parts of tbo lower country, in Yancouver  Island and in Washington tor.i;itory: Great  fi re3 h a v e r a g c d i u th e v i ci 11 ity 0 f Nan aim 6,  says the Colonist. { Mr Westw'ood lost his entire crop, and is thrown upon the world penniless with a wife and six children to support.  AppoiXTMRNTS���������Mr Robert McLeese, proprietor 0 f tho'-. Colo.to ial Ho to 1, h as b een ap-  pointed postmaster at Soda creek, and Mr  Thomas Raines has been appointeJ postmaster  at'Nanaimo,   ���������   ������������������      any more lhan{they ni^whavef-ailargei'-supjr  ply.-~-Iest  the   Groat Spi'ri't���������"*mightXbecome  theHransparencyibf the slun/an^  'alivrespects  to bo an excellent fruit.   The y6?1,3* '   , ���������'.;;���������.' ���������, .,���������    '  abundance 1 of berrieisl during this and; tho -last | X Ijj$:i>w kx.^The; Uey.;Thps/ Derrick I .will' de-y  yearia^spoken of as^aue viaenc'e;;of; thei'sup-;  posed'chaagerof'climate:in Cariboo, theiiftait  being. spmetbihg >vhich, pipiiecr Carib 0oUee  h ad ne ver no ticeel in ih is part of the'. coil ntry  Rusplberriesl; are ;W^  .deiitj laowcver, that the growth of the berries  isdneto thei clearing of the forest, although,.  bf course,;.the;miId weather:of ,tbe^past two  years  has- had {considerable   influence in  b ri ngi n g ab 0 ut tb e f rui tf ill cha nge. - A few  :Aays ago we gathered some 'wild'* cherries.  They were extremely. small, and it'-, seemed  doub.tfuli{whether;; the;{siipppsedcbaijgeiof  climate'{ijiad  chan^d'sufiMiehtly to: bring  .Ithemtb; 'pe!;lecUbn.:i;v^{; iXyy^uZXAXXyxyxy  },. :T*nE{;GaElTEST% Disco vilRT; ? hi- 'tItb *Ag&$?4  Upbiiisohjsieieicbraitcd^Magic Soap; has:"just  beeniintibduoed oii'Wi  p ro prietprs Belial 1 en go ��������� i tlie; wb rl d to: p rpdiice  ati article to icompe{te{, with thisy soap; I It hof  iPniy ireraoyei paJnt' p^  coarsest \ an d^S pes t.;{;fa'bri'cs, {b u ti it {also does,  away; with' al&theit wash bo ari &I an A Yjnachinies"  tha,t h avfe beerila vented idutlogl;the>i p asfoi (en  y ears {to iwcJir;putY hfinds {land;..Ac Ipthps{5. i arid  afe bn^^ear^  to injVire the ciothes^n{th01igM     {degree;  {h a v i ngl{every {ad ya n^tage o*or;al I <i fcher ^oaps  Hn -being:;,cbeaper^oi?:ioS  j w ash i rig ith a ni; two \ pow uds: of ,an^ccp,m m par ar-  ticl eVii'O W ��������� iti - oieXy Fori sale'' i'atlZmxu Jamos-[ %  .Tayior^sjariigstpre^a^  cipal stories in.-toAyri> v;A^responsible;persi)n  1.3'wanted to actrasi 'agent ftfiy Carilp1.6'piyjAn-  'quii,e>at;;th^;bihv      AyyxyiZ. ZlXZ, Z: ,111'y'*, -���������  li ver a lec.tuve. tp-iiig ht,, a t the T beatr 0 Up y al* {  " "Barkerv iuef '*��������� ;S{������bjecfc ^{Maniihess^ ;v{^d,mia-; I  sion''Si;. 'The:proceeds; wHt;be. devoted; to'i  1 iqn id a ting the; debisio% tho .{pari b ooJA leraty. ���������;;  Institute/ ���������-    ......   ..;  .- ���������.     y.   "\.  ;P VROTKcnxie^i"; y $1$M���������aa'J-r.'SeB te rd ay. w iia  the .anniversary of thei birthday of Her .Coles-,,  tial Majesty the Empress-of China,' whichi.ac- ���������:  cou nts for , the c0mbu&iio^A f Urt-crackers ia,  ChiruvtPwn.^;. Zy xj-;>' ZZ,,. ��������� y.. yi?, iy;. 1Z  y Mmus y J^Lni^for^pmc^ preparidg Z  ground for a I build ing ;above the; eauypii.; yliZ.  is intended .to errec!; tliereon a sto Velio use. for.;-  flour:;*Thei.e{nterprisingJHivrp^r{Bros.;are tii0'  ^?wnersi A.    A   "��������� "~ ���������       ' '��������� ��������� x '"A     . u  Ril2f.-~On Slondayan; observant'"inclMS*  uai predicted: rain as -being Imminent; iia '  consequence,of;.the! springs Slaving swelled*  and yesterday;hi������i^r^fUctioawa^erified. I .-'���������':���������  , . Couxii;���������There was: only one; case on this  docketYyesfeday,;Jand by consent of both  parties, the hearings was adjourned, pending *  inegptiatipns?for a epinprpmise.������  ;--���������.,'��������� ���������'  <Bottomed������������������Yesterday���������*. the;;Galeidonia co;.,  botto mod. .their ,new vfihalt siudl wasjied: ui*  ���������ioio2v;   '   *       ' ���������  -    .���������:,..  Tkk Quartz MtiXYrAt a meeting of {the  subscribing shareholders of the:r puo_  quartz mill ,i- the if olio wing gentlemen;. were  eleefcd a B oair py ofiiUirec tors for the; first year;  ���������J,.. B.vNasbn, chairman;; 3. H;;Todd,f secretary J: Hon/Rv W; WvGa'rraH, John Adair and  JohnM. Wark. The meeting passeda series  0f resolutions, with tbe object of {organizing  as a company. Thek various i{shareholders  h ave paid i n th e am oun ts su b so ri b ed-, and th e  order(|foi* tbe.mill was forWarde.d\by last, ex-,  press. In publishing th e: n ames of the; sh are-���������  h0l'de.rs in: 0ur is st issue the name of Mr Jobn  ��������� A.dai r was 4nad vertehtly* oniitted.,^ AMxZA  took, an active part in initiating and forward-  i n g to com p tell10 n ��������� th e;; m oveuien t by wb ich  we are in{a fair way of}<pb.baining that; 10ng-  talked-of matter���������ai quartz mill, y :{y y yy.y .  ; The Ca^tox.--Yesterday Barnard*s slow  express met a wagon in,the gorge known as  the canyonj{near Barkerville.': IA;ffer,a  deal of rngeni0us; engineering,l the..: ..wag0n  w as put; 0 n> one; side* allow i ng ��������� j us t; suhlcieu t  room to enable theK express to pass. ^ This  ci re um stain ce and, the frequ en1 cy io f a{ccidpn ts I  to persons. passing ���������> through;: the {gorge. rpr  rainded us that;��������� the peppie of Carib00 are a  patient,   tax-paying Yepmdunity, l   3^ auy  0 ther part of the co lb hy j - wi th ai nar v o.w, IA anger bus roadway ��������� iii; the y-iciriity'ofi'a{?town;  with' half the{ pretchsionsof Bai'kei'vUle to  {attention;^andl cpasideratibhyou itho1 pdrtiofij  the government, complaints would have been  long, loud and numerous enough, until something were done to-widen the roadV' ��������� - -yX-..., ���������..:  QuXaTz���������The miner referred to in the Sisx-  tixkl a week ago as having been engaged in  prospecting a quartz reef On Mosquito creek,  has since then recorded his claim, being satis^  fi ed that it is wo r tb som e th ing. ' Pro rn: a  bucketful of decomposed rock" he had ob*  tained $1 50. "Wo. also hear that some attention is being given to quartz on Lightning  creek. On Kelthley creek the quartz discovery by Mi- Cameron, who sti il 'withhold* the  whereabouts of tho precious reef, had induced  a few miners to prospect.  Si.ow Express.���������Barnard's slow express  arrived at Barkerville on Saturday and left  yesterday at n00n. A fu.l 1 freiglit was c0ff-  veyed both ways. The fare to yale for passengers was placed as low as $25. aud Mr.  Jaco b Hi c k le f fc for Yale,; W r. T. S p el I bi a o  for Clinton, artl Messrs. T. Barry and Griffin  for Quesnelmouth. ,!        ���������"   "��������� ,  Thb Best Coppbe.���������In order to obtain a  first-class coffee, it is necessary to secure the  very best berries, and to roasYthem according to the most approved method. This fo  done by Wilson & Rick man, Fort Street  Victoria, who are prepared to furnish, for  cash, Co flee. th a t n ev e r fails to elici t the a p  0. rob a ti 0 a. of .t h os c. w h 0 use it.   ���������. *  NOT^LIilBilJICBB^  X ��������� . '    -.,   - . LiTTTON,���������; AllgOSt - tt 186&������'  Editors SEXTiKEiy^-���������In your Issue I of - fc&y  31st, Irnoticcd an erroVm the report of the -  iuytton:;County C^url;.procecQingspf.Ju1y 15vv  >\\\A on behalf of; many; of {the*; iiihabitantsof  Lytton as well las'myself I earnestly request  you' will al low it to ;b e co rrec ted.  We do n p t  wish: to;- impugn the veracity or (integrity of  your reporter) but hierely {"desire;1;toYcprrccfe  what iihere^generiany known to be ah error.  gov i;*dortlot -supposeYyoiir roporier wonlil;  wilfully misstateYlacts^ knowing-roF courseJ  that he is ������a.gentleman-and a scholar^ without, I  as the Hib eni iansay s,,' (: lea v i hg ��������� on t th 0 fi rs t  and. last.;;{"In'tlie,case.6E MeW;ha v9.:Sinith,;  ii bstead^bf1 saying'-thUt'de^  S28;��������� y.our irepprt^shpuid fhaive;pn tMe, .figures y  $:12S;, and instead of ^for lime juice sold,'*Y  it sh 0 uld have rea Ayfdt b 0 a r d, ch ani pagn c '  and Hennessey.: {' The 'climate  hereabouts,  notwithstanding; :the- giisty -winds, ts; ''.vcrjZ  healthy and Jnvigoratihg^ahdtherP'is aipIen^Y  tifiii supp.l y 0f vegetab Ies and fresh; meats, aIV;-������������������  of which might be doubted by the "reader on  perusing!; the, report;' alluded to, and an-u'n-.  favorable opinion^ fbrnica of; bur 'tbwn:; as:;-;'a;:  placefor residence.;I There is.no heed.for any  man to be c 0 me,, i ii debited: in th e amount even ,;  of $23 for linie juicev{ We;are never tonbieibv;^  with scurvy, but cases'0f senrv'y cb.ndiict; wiit���������  0ccrir ���������in?' this ?as* 1fany other wel 1-regnlated,  town;vclMeh,;hpwevcri; frequently vrelain >(he 1  hfibitsiand ideasacqiiired m.foilpwing^a p^. ?  tipular professipn, and; it is;possible.". 'iaC-wo;  have amongst usiiidiyiduals wlia when they  become:thirsty imagine theV:%a^^ thosciirvy  andvcall fdr champagn.d and^ Henh'essey under:  thesimpressioh tb^o the remedial influences.of  those Hquids, are as good as, lime. j nice. ���������. , It is.  possiblb, too; that: the alcoho 1 ic effects may  I ii d u ce a se a (ari n g'. m a n to b el ie ve, w h eiii hi?"  staggers, that he is aboard ship bound for a  long  voy ag e, b u fc.. I assi ire you th at 1 ti th 0  voyage by which the: parties to the above-  mentioned suit arrived at tbo,County Court,  it was unnecessary to carry any lime juice oa  board-, and that it was a bona fide spirituon:i  IIquor and u01 1 im0 juice: which had been  p u r ch aso d.    The tes ti m 0 ny of the . wo ith yi  merchant who sold the liquor cmphatical.*^  declared that the amount ($128 and not S28}:  sued for was for board, champagne and Hennessey furnished to tho defendant -  "' Argus,   ,  STOVES!   STOVES  !  y  r  ���������ADAMS & PEARC  BARKER VILLI?,  . Hayo on hand a choice seslec tion of      ..  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  .2JM  TIN PLATE AND SHEET IRON  With various other articles in their line of' trade.'  ig������������ AliJohbing in tho Ti)), Sheet Turn. Connor ������t 4  Zinctradeatton<te<it0fnnd warrnnted to cive aat*������  faction, ...   .   ��������� r."6 ' "  L*j52?-:  <uM������nAU������X!!li!S>L.  y^v; v.. TO Mf BROTHER.  We jq our mother's arras .wore locked���������  Jaong be her love repaid j  In tbe same cradle we were rocked,'  . Round the same hearth we played.  TVo are but one���������be that the bond  To hold us tilt we die;  Shoulder to shoulder .let us stand,  Till side by side we lie. y  WOMEN ON THE WARPATH.  What Nkkvjb Does.���������An ounce of pluck is  worth a regiment of hesitating men. A little  nerve, coolness, pluck and decision have carried men through difificulties insurmountable.  In all probability no person possesses nerve  tp a greater degree ..than do bank robbers  and. persons, of that class, who live not by  labor, but by their wits .and operations,  which succeed from boldness. Not long  since a man stood in a Wall street bank with  a bag in his hand, containing $10,000 in gold.  A.gentlemanly-looking mau, with his hat off,  said to the one who held the gold : "Let me  heft it; I'll guess within half au ounce of its  weight;" The person addressed mechanically banded the bag to the applicant, who  at once ran out doors, and was soon lost in  the crowd, while the ioscr never saw it again.  VICTORIA  ADVERTISEMENTS.  The National Woman's Suffrage Association  met "the other day at the "Woman's Bureau in  New York. There were some forty or fifty  ladies present, besides some.gentlemen, and  Mrs. Stanton, as -usual, presided.   We clip I ~������ -v<j������ ��������������������� ��������� j^ h&toff ^ -"  ht  from the proceedings the following on a veryjUm ft c,erk jn.thc bank    A gentleman s)an<j_  jug by saw tho thief remove his hat and tiang  it on a hook, when he, too, supposed |'c' to be  some.one connected with the bank, and said  interesting theme :  ; FiGirrrxG women. ...  Mrs. Somerby asked whether, if'.women  got'the right to'vote, it was implied that they  must go to war ?  Mrs. Stanton answered that when women  get the right to vote-there will not by .any  means be an end pf a' division of labor  among the sexes. As to going 40; war, hundreds of women had served in the late war.  A SURGEONS DISCOYKKIES.'"'      '���������'���������  A surgeon In the navy, had informed her  th at ghe wpul d be su rp rised to know th e  number of women dressed in the disguise of  men ' who bad fought .in that' war. Many  cases were positively' known of-women, ^yho  fough t b ravely for a year, cightcerr months;  or two years, and the moment their sex was  discovered they "were* dismissed fro iii' tbe  army in disgrace, and have. never yet been  paid. When men have paid, in full ail tbe  women who fought for the country in.the  late war,lit.wiU.be lime enough for them to  aslk the rest, of us if we intend to fight.  . FEMALE SUFFRAGE :JS PSACE.      '  But voting does not imply lighting at all.  I have ho doubt that, when vre have a vbico  in; the councils of the nation, we will propose  that everything-be settled amicably.' I believe that men do not know the value of life  as women doi, and that women, when they  v o te, wi 1! a61 vo te that tb eir fathers, hus-  bands and sons sball go like wild beasts to}  tear each other. [Applause.] That is one of  my reasons.for.desiring the ballot for women.  You never hear of women standing to look  on at dog fights or cock fights. ��������� It is.always  men who.do these things.   [Applause.] X  Mrs. Somcrbysaid she agreed with Mrsi  Sfcmtpa. tliivt war{ was, wrong,{^ut 6till,-,;w.hen:  women; voted imen would vote also; aiid If a  .  majority:; of  the; whole  were for; war the  women, would have to stand 'it--'" < '    V  orSirs.;Stanton{said that  to go to^ war,^ere;Coidd{be! a  labor between the soxesj one doing the fighth  **S>M?'9ther the binding up of wouh^sretci  I.: v{^^,Spmerby���������B ut the question -ii,. :wohld'  :���������{{������������������ ;w{e^.a^signed-thatpl^  {Jlrsv Morgan-^I remember that many{ clergymen'-.'went to the war, "but tliey did'not  ;;A?rsu Stan ton--Women^ have:-; always gone  to war. 5?e have the Bible.account of Deborah teadlng i&e armies of the Lord to victory, aucl yoa.knpw In. her day, Balah, the  ebief of the host, was .so timid that he refused  to go ft>rward unless Deborah went also and  headed the army.  A.Lady-^Ejng Ferdinand refused to go to  spar unless Isabella accompanied him.  Mrs. Stanton���������Joan of Arc, too. The Tribune, the other day, said it thought there  would be no dilSculfcy on tbat point, because  women are more combative than men. That  is a hew point of view to look, at the question. ���������,.��������� 1. . . ' i ������������������;..:  nothing.  {. A Bad HotbL-^-A couple of fellows who  were pretty thoroughly soaked with bad  wlnsky, got into the gutter. After flounder-,  ing about, for. a few minutes, one of them  said : u Jim," .let's go to another house���������this  hotel leaks,"'  A Better-: Recipe.���������A newspaper��������� 're Dip c  now going the rounds, says that rock.salt.and  turpentine; will kill a felon in twenty-four  hours.' - Th at, ho w c ver, is n: t a3 go o cl [ as. rb p e.  which will "kill a felon in twenty minutes."  $35** Fell's Coffkk has now stood tbe te9t  of the last eight years, has superseded entirely thei mported Chartres Coffee, and .{���������is  now kept and sold by all respectable dealers  nOTELS, RESTAURANTS, &c.  NEW   ENGLAND  Bakery and Coffee Saloon.  THE PROPRIETOR of thc above establishmentw.ould  respectfully inform his friends and the public in  general that beis now prepared to furnish them with  Bread of his' own baking, having secured the assistance of a competent Baker, which enables him  defy competition.  He has also a COFFEE. SALOON attached to the  above, where none hut the best Colfce, Pies and Cakes  will be served. .      ,  N.B.��������� BUEAD DELIVERED to all parts, of the  Creek. my22 lm  OCCIDENTAL    HOTEL,  QUESNELMOUTH.  THE Proprietors of this well known "House tender  their sincere thanks to their, fri onds and the tra.  veiling public generally, for their past liberal patronage,, and beg tb iii form them that in order to insure- a  continuance of the same, Board and 1/jdgingbas been  reduced to $3 50 per Day.   Single Meals, $1 00.  . AU tho luxuries that the country adbrdS: are constantly k'cp ton tli'6 tabl c' "v Private Parlors 'arid: Su i ts  of Rooms for Fa mil ies. The ;Bav is stocked' wi th the  b es t bran ds of Wines,. Liquors and Cigars;  1 The Stable is well supplied with the best Timothy:  Oats, Hay and. Grain,    .y    ., BROWN* ^GILLIS.  ! Qucshclmoutb, May      r 18G9. "il YC ���������'.;'        r-  { '. ..'{ iZy^itilPAyXiZZ^X  THE  UNDERSIGNED��������� BEGS: .TO;. INFORM. HTS  friends and the public, that he h abutted up some  COMF ORT ABLE    BED - ROOMS  In his hew building, where he is prepared {to give  good Bedsi at ������a. reasonable price. Those who will  favor him wi th thei r patronage, .may depend on th e  cleanness and comfort of his house.  He take's also this' opportunity "to remind the Cari-  booites that his Brewery has received thc FIRST  PRIZE of the Colon}1: for. his celebrated  XXX   ALE,  Aud the true .amateurs will be able.to judge by tbcni.  seiv������B. that .sucU-.honorfltblG   \>r������za "has   boon  awarded to him.  justly  N.B.���������A largo front room to let.  Barkerville, Jan. 23,1.809;  "    $* CUNTOJ  ;   Hat^^ Press says  dihat half the business of the ieourfcs iri Illinois  .seems to be to satisfy .the '^eageance of  women because they canffc get ifcke men to  knarry the in;, and .the other half fco enable  women to geirid ofmen who Jiaye married  $bemA..';        Restaurant ^and Bakery,  THE Proprietors of this old and well-lcnov,-n estab  lishment would respectfully thank their numer  ous friends and the public for the extensive patronage  heretofore bestowed oh them, and trust that by their  usual strict attention to business they will merit a  continuance of their conGdence and support.  Meals,  fI;    Board,  $16   per "Week,    -j  BREAD  MADE  OF  THE BEST  FLOUR  ��������� We recommend to tho public our  GROUND    COFFEE,  which is a much superior article than any which can  be had from below. Welioastand Grind it ourselves  and choose the best berries, consequently the public  may he sure of its being free from aduHprnt'nn.  PATTERSON & G00DHON.  Barkorrilio, May 18,1860. mylO  BAILEY������S Hotel, Lnrigley Street, Victoria, is still  open for the accommodation of travellers, aud  the Table and Beds aro kept in tho usual satisfactory  stylo. 6m  ~~       T. PRICE,  TAILOR,   GOVERNMENT  STREET,   VICTORIA.  Orders from up-country punctually attended to.  \   LOWE   BROS.,  Importers  and   Commission   Merchants,   Insurance  Agents, etc.,  Wharf Slroet,        -      -.     -      -        Victoria, V. I.  R. ROBERTS*  Tail9r������ (Successor to E. Bead,) Government  Street, Victoria.  /   Orders attended to with care and despatch."  T.   SHOTBOLT,  Dispensing Chemist and Druggist.    Importer of Eng  lish Drugs, Ctiemicals, Patent Metliciucs aud  Perfumer j-, Victoria, V. I.  Orders from the up-country, punctually attended to  May 1, 1SC9. 6m  D.  SPENCER,  Importer of Books, Stationery, aud  Fancy Foreign  '������������������ ������������������ Manufactures, ' " \  FORT STREET,  VICTORIA,  B. 0,'  May 2/ 1869. u  DUCK   &   SANDOVER,  "Wagon and Carriage .Makers,  Blacksmiths, etc., GoverumentSt., Victoria, between  Johnson and Cormorant Streets, west side.  Orders from the uppsr country solicited and attended  to with.dispatch.  Mayl,lS69. ^_ {_    '   '        6m   '  Pacific  Telegraph  Hotel,  STORK Street, between Herald and Flsgard, Victo'  ria. .Moals at all hours. . Board and Lodging per  week, $5 50������ $6 50. Per day, $1. Single meals,  37 1-2 ceirts,,  Beds, 50 cpnts.  ANDRKWASTRICO, Proprietor.  .  May 1,1869. ��������� Cm  E. WATSCVN",   i~"y  /"ATOn MAKER,    JEWKIXER    AND   EN-  graver,   Government street, next to thc  St. Nicholas Hotel,  Victoria, V.I,     Chronom-  ������;toi*s and Watches cleaned, repaired, aud warranted.  Every description of Jewellery made to order.     Plain  and Ornamental Engraving neatly executed,  ilayl, 18G9. 6m  .  Gti C. GKEROW,  CARRIAGE   AND    WAGOiN    BUILDER,  Corner Government and Pandora Streets,  East side, Victoria, V. I.,  Executes orders for cver3r description of vehicle.    A  ���������   general assortment of Wagons always on hand,  May 1, 1S69. Cukap for Cash. 0m  A.    CASAMAYOU,  ���������Wholesale Dealer in���������  G-roceries,   Provisions,  Havana Cigars, and French Preserves.  Yntcs Street,'       -      ���������      -      Victoria, V. 1., B. C.  X'~< A.GfLiMORtii i  MERC HANT   TA IL OR  I -A ���������.).;��������� 'yZ'.lx A ya^tes- street, ;:.- . '"��������� .{{;'Y;{i{{  HAS on hand, and Is constantly receiving, a large  assortmen t of CLOTHS, CA.SSIMERES and VEST-;  IMG^, which- ho is prepared tb make to order, in tho  most' approved styles.   '. . .   . i    . '  All orders from Cariboopi omptly a ttendcdto;' -  ;;YMay 1, .1863; i ���������'������������������-" .Y   :w7?:.y.. :'.:   .-���������;'��������� ���������'../������������������ 6iny.  ;      a FELL.   &   FIMLAYSON, Zu  Tea and Coffe8 Salesman,  Fort .street, Victoria, V.t,  Spare no effort in. selecting and keeping an assortment of the choicest articles that can be obtained.  To large con s u in ers t h ey offer o ve ry faci li ty a s rega rds  prices   nrt quality, myl'&m  YALE ADVERTlSI0\fT?^7  Coffee T Cofie^!.! dofiS^fj  A; jSgPSSgfe ^^&* i I  tamed tho necessary machinery and ti ���������������'''"lng ������h-  now prepared to furnish aflrst classmJ.M UlT'l,e is  roasted, prepared and put up in tintS%t?m*>  atcst approved scientillc principles and ������ fil������ lh������  to bo superior to any other . - ' ��������� ^rrantsu  Groceries, Dry Goods, Tinware   rinfi,j������  FORT  Fron  .   YALE    HOTET  t Street, Valo, British Columbt     ^ >  THIS ,ilouso has excellent accbinmodation r������������ '*  1    vellors.- Good beds, superior fare anS tu.ZT!l  of Liquors at the Bar.     StablJne  for nn1S.li   e* Ksl  and Oats at ihe lowest rates     S ima,s ' Hjy  Mayl,l8C9.    u     K1LUT k LAKE, Proprietors.  NEW WESTMINSTER' ADVERTfSEMiLNTS  Dispensing Chemist and' Druggist.   Imnr.rt^ ������r t,  lish Prug3,-Chemicals, vS���������Jiffe? ^  Feriumory, New WoHminster R r1  5SII-GARDEN SEEDS CONSTANTtv^v tt.vm  FRE  IfVOX HAND.  May������ir,aiT6o!'������m Up'COanir>\Cii^^  THOAlAb  ^VAl^H, Tailor,  Now ��������� WestminlieTllr  I    Clothingjinade to order at moderaio"aS    a.'  ways on hand, English ������nd Oregon CloHiV    ftrlf'*  525.5t' upcoantr>- *lle������te-������ t0 ^Sils-c������rcrS  dispatch,  infl  ���������  OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  [Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1802].  CAPITAiL,    .,..'--..'.   $2,500,000.  With power to Increase.  rN  Drafts issued on the Bank's branches  VANCOUVER   ISLAND���������VICTORIA.  In the United States :  CALIFORNIA,    -      '-'.' SAN FRANCISCO.  OREGON,      -       -{PORTLAND.  NEW YORK,     -   iMessrs. Bkm. & Gcximv,  Agents for the Bank of Montreal.  ON CANADA���������The Bank of Montreal.  ON SCOTLAND���������The British   Lilian  pany-s Bank. ' .  ON IRELAND���������The Bank of Ireland.  ON MEXICO-and SOUTH AMERICA  London Bauk   of  Mexico   and  America.  ENGLAND���������The Bank of Brilish Columbia���������Head Office���������East India Avenue,-  Leadenhall street.  Com-  -Tlio  Somli  ON  Jlcceived on Deposit, or Advances made ou llietn.  TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS  Granted on yictoria, San Francisco, Portland, and  ������������������ Ncw";Yorlcvy-        ������������������������������������  ... ���������'.   '  Every. description; of Bank!ng Business transacted:  i ���������?'*'    ������������������ '*{;���������'[.' ZCHAiRLES Si JONES, Agent;i-Y  "William Creek, Cariboo.; ��������� -., ���������������-_--_���������  Miners' 3P  ''{..;; b^rkeijvjlle; {���������;; ��������� Z:--':- ZZz  Zi.iX NissT Dooia to:. S{ENtiN������J"L Office. A.Z.  LONDON"   HOUSE.  GOVERNMENT STREET,, VICTORIA.  '  WHO LE'S AL E     AN D  J. H. TURNER.&  RETAIL  CO..  ��������� I-MI'OJITERS  OF-  English  and French Silks, Shawls, Dresses  Underclothing, Gloves, and every  description of Drapery Goods.  Reccivo regular supplies hy Express, via Panama  and by sailing vessels, via Cape Horn.  jGJtp-Particular attention given to all orders. "=^1  London Firm��������� J. P. ToNistax*!* & Co,  ESTABLISHED, 1858.  ROBERT   BURNABY,  LAND AGENT,..Etc.,  GOVKB.VMBM  Sl'KKET,  VICTORIA, V,   I.,  All hus!aem carofuIfy and puucIually tf ttended to  M������y 1, 1368. * 6  T this "Establishment will always* bo found a well  ��������� i-:       selected an<I varied assortment of the    .  FRESHEST GROCERIES & PRO VISIONS  ���������������������������; INCARjBpo:';;-';;-  ALSO���������A good'selection, of Clotlii ng, Hardware, Glass  and Crockery.: Best brands of Tobacco,. ���������,  .; i   Medicines, etc., etc.  Best Jav-i Coffe o Boas tie d {and 6 rpu n d   D All Y.  ALL GOODS SOLD^AT LOWEST RATES.  Tbe BAR Is fuliy supplied with" the choicest  Havana Cigars, Wines and Liquors.  I trust by strict attention to "business, and fniraud  square dealing, to merit a continuance of .the liberal  patronage heretofore extended to me.  A large; lot of HEVWOOD'S celebrated  BACOXl  for sale, at a vary low Ogurc. .  Feb: 20,1869.. ��������� j... ;.   . ��������� ���������?.    i.        - Sm '  NOTrCE.  THE BUDSONS- BAY CO{ "..ARE PREPARED TO  , receive.at par yu^uo, at: thQir Store in B^'k,tJ"  ville, ju exchange for Merchandise, GOLD BARS ������������'  sued from tho Government Assay Offlco. ���������  -- .,  JOHN M. WARK,  ,.������������������,.-.��������� Agent."  Barkcrvillo, July 12, 1809        ; juUlm  J. S. THOMPSON,        ru.  4 CCOUNTANT,' M.I N I NO   AXD   COMMISSION  /L   Agon I,- BnrKbrvillo. ���������'_.  Mining Com pan ies' Books kept and adjust***-    ,  Mny 1,1869. '    "  s^3^s^m^sseim^sBiseii4;f=^

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