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 y  m  $$&&  pi  1  $3&  y  ly  |^  I'-'Y  ftY-'M?  fes  ���������y ,<  ;yI  1  VoLll;  B^rkeryille;; Williarq. Greek, .^  Ho. 16  THE CMIBGO SENTINEL  Published every Saturday by  R'O BERT     H OL'LOt AY.  Subscription,; -  -  50 Cents per Week.  X       ������������������:        MUTES OF yADViRRTlSlXO. *",  For 6 n e sq uare (oh e i rieli), ii rs t j n sort ion,  '������������������ 'X ->* '."'������������������'"���������(*���������-'' ;^  one month(-���������-  ,  -    ,    Fortwosquares^hrsUnscrUbn^^  ......���������������i .���������.. .iuij.^ ^���������y-i.4>n*.mon.tu ���������. ISi^t* i-; y-;XX. Z  S3  6  &";  a.  Agputs for tbe * * Carib o 6 S ^taja������!.''' ...  Van Winkle,"- ������������������������������������    .  Quesnel ihou'tbY ;i  Bod a Creole',��������� .-X*.y-  (���������Union,i   ,-i     ^ '  ���������yule,   ,.-���������-���������"   -i..y.  Now Westminster,.  Victoria,   -  ���������"���������,.-'"  ll'Mtt & Co.,    y  iHutilsun &'aien>t,...  Mr j;*W;nni1hftrt :'>  ������������������- -      Tl urn tird1 s Express  -      Barnard's Express  .',,"-." ,  Barnard!s Express  . -    ... .do do  >������   . ->���������'���������-" Jobri-Murray.;..  ...   ��������������������������� ;:. i-.-,.,   Jphn Cohens  /.-' ;���������'"'.- yi'iSah Fran cis'co  ���������������.������������������ Y. Y:������ .i -;i-i Kew York.  am";  TH E'.'PARIBOS���������'* SfiNTI&Blf *>   . ;r f'  "'&&ii*FJdlEr."  <./ar cl s. C i r ciil ar s. Po s< e r s a h d P ro gr r rn m es for  ;���������' Balls and The a tri cal En ter tai n m en ts  /$&- E x ecu ted wi tl rn ea tn ess and: disp atch.^^^  ��������� ���������   YTerniR'imoderate;-^-*r. .'������������������  ������������������ v    MWTNG RECORDS. ..:;'." "1,  ���������'.-;"��������� AMADOR CRKKK. '     J ' '/  Ta yl or coj-r Angus 11���������Recorded perrais:;  ftitm- to ri1-?take- jrnmrid. liuy X, ? ? \ "v y    , -"������ /  Ta yl or e o.���������A ug ns f 4���������Be cord e d' i n fav or  of A. Gl hi (1 i n n i n g.. M. C11 ambers, Jas. Haoran  1br>e: hilliyMrtimS'bnvleft biank,,Commencing  fi hou t 50 fept a b nve brid ge, rmln i ng down  Mrtrntn i; and in favor of W. L. Jones, on*  crpnk claim adjoining lower-bill claim of  Tay 1 or co. an d n pp*������r 1 i ne of South Wales cp.,  lobe hel d in trast for compnny,  Amador;co.-~A.ngnst <8H^pbrfled in favor  o f A. R. Jo h n si b n ,;v Jai P hill i p s,i Th am as B ir  mi ngham. T.. R. Pa tin 11 o, A. McLean, N.. jQn;.  1 :hIo,i A. McDonnld,-seven hill claims on,"ea^t-  b ink,*commencing at lower line of Amador  co.'s creek-������,claims and running, up stream, to  A form part of company.  ;.;r" PAVIS CREEK.  ;' /'' U  '���������-..[-, Jem my. IMgh tori c o.~:'Jul y 19���������Reco r d e d  in favor of Ah Kwong, 20 inches water from  meadows.   .-' -i  ���������   Z Z IJ^T CJW"S0I? CREEK.  :  21st July���������-Recorded in favor of Wm, Ham-  "'-��������� ley;one bench claim on west side, commenc-  'ing 50 feet below China cabin, running down  stream.  '"'-/ GROUSE CREEK.        ���������"'., ' '  Caroline co.���������July 19���������Recorded in favor  of G. Montgomery, Wm. Porman, two creek  claims, commencing at upper line of Cascade  co., running up stream, part of Ontario  ground abandoned, to form part of Caroline  cp.  Push   Along  co.���������July 21���������Recorded in  favor of J. Koster, one creek claim, commencing at lower line o( Push Along co., to form  ��������� part of same.  Brown co.���������July 24���������Recorded in favor of  G. W Simms, one hill claim on east bank,  commencing al; upper line of Brown's claim,  to form part of same.  Red Gauntlet co.���������July 26���������Recorded in  favor of J. Martin, in trust for company, 50  feet, formerly held bv W. Sterling.  Heron co.���������July 31���������Recorded in favor of  Win. Heron, James Allen. Wm. Baunton. three  creek claims, commencing at lower line of  Thompson co., to form part of Heron co.  Shy' Robin co.���������August 5���������Recorded in  favor of Thos. Bridges, Samuel Price, each  one interest.   Re-record.  ; Eclipse eo.-~August 9���������Recorded in favor  of Thos. Bell, N; Mclntyre, j. J). Treievem  each one interest; ,Re-record.      v\>  . yi     ; .,     --JACK OF "ChUiBS; .CKK18K'.'        .    .     ,.  Germansen ���������cb.���������Jiily 21���������Recorded in  favor of T;Beli/T; H. Flyrin, J. McDonald,  J. Pinkerton, M. Hanley, T.. McDongnll, G  creek claims, commencing at upper line;ol.  First Trial co:"s creek iclaims,., running up  istreamO'i'i _ lyA "���������-. :yx yy- -Zx.X '.'���������'".������������������ir: uyZAf  ���������  ifivhi* Ch an ce c p .-���������July ' 21��������� Re cb rd ed i n  fe0L;p^:,A...W^pn  iOiiish'o 1 hi, B. W; Maury, 6 creek:'"'c 1 aims, ruinf  nin'g iipiistreatn;-  "'���������������������������.��������� .. ZiZ  '������������������'.'���������'.���������������������������'��������� yAi.Z'  . \ bkggs' .GuiiCrr: '    A    .,    \  ; ;24t(i !Ju-ly?rr-fi^rde'dlH;:i^ypr of Chin Koi,  AhChin, il(twp bencb claims close to mou tin ,!  ZZ'T. '���������"���������'-"'' : '*-'' ^^'I'^ER CIlEKkJ, "���������'.      ���������"���������   ' '-uVfiZ:  ��������� Hamilton cp^Jiily 24-^Recorided in favor  of J. A. Williams; 1 interest abandoned by T.  Simpson.., ,\ i:-'i' y . i���������' ';rj>}'  ���������:, SionyF)at.cp.--July;2\���������.Recorded;in favor  of; Jo hri: Hi 11, Rob er t 36 o th, 2 ben ch claims  on 3tony.Fiat.yY \ly.iy-;., \ /^.i =. \.\;  ; Ti id or o o ,~*J n 1 y 24���������Re cor ded in' fa vo r of  J..; B a r tl e 11.; Jpljii He es; J ohn B van s, ��������� ��������� I). I j ;  Jones 1 Wmv Skihi/'Geo. \Cowan; D. Jenkins, J.  Min tori,; W. L; *ipnes; i each vl * in terest. "i R&-  reccrdi ������������������..���������."*.   - . y    , ,L  Ham il ton; c p.���������3lst. J u ly-f-R. B bo tii, i ��������� i n-  terest.   Re-record.   ; X  *'"Manitoba 'co.���������July ?i\ ^Recorded iii favor  of So m ���������. G r ay, 1 :i i. n teres't*. i Re-re cp wt .An gA-  3���������Ed ward liestau rie.rs. 1 i n terest. Re-record .1  ; ;ffireka:^p,t-rAggUj?t^-9 ed^Iivj;avqiv.  of Sa m Rob erts. il. -Brackma h ^2 creek cl ai m ?  at upper line of Eureka co., to form part of:  same..1' V. '.;": -''.i'. y'"-AX:''      ''['.���������'.,-..  ��������� ���������/ jjindpr co,-r-Angi.t O-^-Recorde/I. in fay.or of  D. L. Jon ps, Sol. Jo n es. He ii ry Jo nes 11) ay id  Jenkins, 13en. BayisJ W, ]?. Smith, 6 creek  claims at lower line of Tudor co., to be held  in trust for and form part of same.  ���������,;y,y t ii ;������������������ ���������;��������� i-LOWHKK- CREEK. :". r -'v v  .. B ro w n co.���������A ugust 5���������Record ed i n, favor  of W. R.; J ones, in trust, the Stony creek ditch-  Re-record.  iHKK (H7LC1I.  Perseverance co.���������August 3���������Recorded in  favor of W. T. Jarvis. Henry Steel, in trust  for John; Anderson,-...each. 1. interest; Henry  ���������.Brovvn,J7-12U)s ; J.'E. Smith, iinterest, Re-  records. ���������  1ST.AX D MOUNTAIN.  Wright and Lovell co.���������August 7���������Recorded in favor of Jas. G.'Wright" tlie Wright  a n d L o vel 1 qu ar 1 z cl ai m.   Re^reco rd.  .'.������������������      liARVKY GREEK,' -  Perseverance co.���������9th August���������Recorded  in favor of N. Bailey, 1000 feet; P.Kirwin,  200 feet.   Re-record. '  ' SUGAR CREEK.  Tong co.���������July. 18���������Recorded in favor of  Ah Cluing, Ab Sick, Ah Chow, Ah Kale, Ah  Foo, 5 bench claims, adjoining old Hamilton  co.'s side line.  wlieat country in tlie world. ' Part of this  ivalley Hes in the United States. * and part in  M am to b a, an d w h en it coin es i to' b e u n d e r-  stopd that on .the Dominion side of the boundary the same quantity of land can be, got  free, that the foreigner can have a title.tb his  1 a n d- and 1 he-fa 11 pri yileges. pf. ciUze_nshi p i n  th ree years, i t w i 11 go far. tow ard s i h d ii c ing  settlers lo come to Man i fob a;: Great as a re  the advantages of Manitoba in other respects,  there is one which the set tier in the oyer taxed  Western States";will appreciate. In 'Manitoba  th b ie ttfer is i\v ho l ly X un taxed J "'ah d', tha t iCPn;  . si de ra t i on o ugh fc to A 6 m ti ch to wards de ter-  rh i ni ri g. the i nte h d i n g i mmi gr an t as to wltich  side; of the Imeylie puglit; to settle oh ^[Manitoba News-Letter.v      . ���������;.'���������-.; v..  MISCELLANEOUS.'; '.  JQST^RECEIVJED  AT'  "RENJVIE Sr  .' Aiargo supply of  i; IiADIES,A^l)'G^NTLEMEN^S;-;:;  ooTs,  mm 1������ SLIPPESS.  ���������fSS^'Hevr. Goods wi 11J j) el received  week Anving the. seaspn., J^_  7;';i'B&^  Clot liing:,.. and ;.Groceries,-  . Ol THE BEST QUALITY,,.     ..:  Forsiilp. at the Store or the utnlersipncd in Barker  ville,oppositethe BunkolBritish Columbia.  Wi KENNIE.  BOOTS;MABB TO iOMfi  je!7 ."��������� r   as usual       *  For Sale,  THAT IS  /EXPRESSES' STEAMEI1S, &c.  Q-efow & Jolinson's Stages  \Xflhh l.EAVR  RAUKKHyiLLK EVKRY WEKK,  ?T     (ionin-'etiu^ wi th .'ih������ - Sutuuiors  itt'.'Ouusnel-  jnouth anil Yulu, with 31.M, SIAIL, EXWtKbS aud  Passengers:- n \ ^ ���������,';���������;  FOR YALE & INTERMEDIATE PLACES.  ;    GEROfW;\&   JOHNSON'S  Express,. and Stage; Line  i, ���������' :���������!,. yy- .;' ":::''':' ."���������; -carries ���������    .     ���������; \:.->'  ���������/ ^EXPBBSS FREIGHT 4ND PASSEN'GEBS  .:;   A T    REDUC'E D   RA TJES.  '.; JS3T"..Collections,' Commissions and General -Exp real  h 'tis j ness iioiic w i ill pu n ct uhli ty ii h rl: >1 ispiiitcb.  jS^iOifice oi the CanhcwV AgeiIcv at. ���������f X  V..   MR DAVID KUilTZ'S STOKE,  "������������������ him    -^..������������������YY--Y----yY--   '��������� XX y BarllhrvUloY '  Steamer Victoria.    <  0: X AND AFTER THE; 1?th IfAY^%h������sTEAMER  .Victoria will   '        ��������� '  ������������������:;i\..^-;^i;';\:LEAVE-SODA'GREEK^     '  EVER.Y ;THURSDAY  MpRNINQf  Connbcting next (lity with tjie Stieamer EiSTKRPUIS*  \ . -y ^i^at;CottgriwootJl Canyon;; :i iii:  XZ.y\YILL-?LEAVE^UESNELy; ��������� ���������  yy.������������������'������������������       :: Gn. the down trip evprvi������������������;��������� ���������'���������-  ZZ     W :  Freight from.Soda Creek to-Upper. Canyon :...2}������ cis.  .:."..;..." . Que^ntily . ...   yy .-;���������:���������   "     .....j^cik.  Faro frohi ?o<ia Creole to''fij$$'t}apyhtoi.i,Z*iV:.. .$10  Fare irom Quesnel to������������������-.._>   >N'y*y    :H Y    5  Fare irom Sofia "Greek' to Quesnel..... i���������.;     5  ;; yQiiesncl, May. 12^.1871=;XXXi X-yX., uiy ������; i ! my20 *  9BS  ���������A.T���������  THOS.   FLETCHER'S  S e c o n d - lia n d   Store,  BARKERV1U.B.   ;    ..;/';jell  Man iron A ou tub Wkstkhm Statks,���������The  great rush o( immigration Ibis season is for  the Rod River valley. Scandinavians and  Germans for the part of Red River lying in  Minnesota journey westward with Ontarianc,  Nova Scotians and New Brunswiclcers.who intend to settle on the banks of that si ream  when it crosses the boundary line. It is now  generally conceded that the valley of this  sluggish river, lying as it does on the highest  table land on the continent, has more to offer  to those who seek a home than any oilier section that has yet been open to the immigrant-  ? u re air, a depth, rich n ess, a n d fe nil i i y o f  soil almost unequalled, are the characteristics tbat commend it ��������� and there is no great * r,r*<r*in  exaggeration in the statement recently made  that H will yet become the  most productive  Van Volkenlmrgli & Ca  Retail Butchers,  Barkerville, Richfield*  VAN WINK!  tihtii  A SUPPLY OF THE  milfl OF FEESH MEATS  ALWAYS OX HAKD.  '"fTTHERKAS a petition for un iidjufihcatinri of ilJnnlc-  VV *. ruptcy"iwHS.oniitlio 21st day of JunevlSTl,��������� tllncl  in Her ihijesty's County Court o(VBritish Colu.mhi:*  hy Makvinv I'.'EwibR)^ ith tier \fliifch the said Marvin  P. Elmore has been adjudged :banUrupty Notice is  linreby. given that iMarvin P. E1 more is licrbby re-  q uired to surrender 'to 'the above hum ed" Gun rt at tho  first inecting;of creditors to. be.held before tho saM  Coupon thy 2St)iilay of Juno, instant, at 11 o'cloolc  Iff the forenoon pi-ocisely ���������''at Kicli field, and ��������� oIfjo to tb o  Conrt on the 21st i day of Soptoinbor hext i-n?ui up,  at Qu csnel i ivm th, wh on and w here th 6 sai a Ba nk ru p t  Is required to surrender to p:iss his second examination.  '       '.���������   .'. ...:.��������� ;..-. '.Y.  At tlie f 1 rst meetihg of creditors the. Registrar will  receive the proof of the debts of the creditoVs, and tho  creditors may choose an Assignee or. Assignoos of tho  Bankrupt's estate and oiTocts.' At the second silting  proofs of debts of- creditor* will also be-received, and  tlie, Ban Urupt vi 11 b e require d to subjni t to be exani���������  incd ahd to ma'kc a;full di ^cl'asnre an d 'discovery of  all his estate and effects,, and to. finish /his exainm-  ation. . .  Notice is also given to all persons indebted to tho  said Bankrupt or that have any ol his effects, not to  did i v or ti������e. sa me b ������t to .Ta.uks I its osaV, of: Rich fleli $,  Oflicial Assignee, whuni the Court li:is appointed, and  givtj notice to Johx O. Bar-nsto.v, Solicitor, of llich*  Held... ��������� ���������    . -"  Y.y JAMES: LINDSAY,  ' RftglRtrur and Oflicial Assignoo,  Riohfield,.Tune 30th, 1871.    .' . jyl t.i  MESSRS. MEACHAM & NAROK are prepared t������  furnish l.umborat their Mills, William; Creek,  or deliver it to order.  LUMBER DEUYERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK AT THE SAME RATES AS OK  ��������� WILLIAM CHEEK,  Having ft Plo-nlngMachine in operation they wilt  td&t furnish Pressed hum her at satisfactory rat op.  J.  Eobertson   Stewart,  COMMISSION MERCHANT,  WHARF STREET,     -      -      -      -     .VICTORIA,  Agent for   British   Columbia.  A supplv of %, 1 and V4 inch CartrWgct Oajf  nd Ftt������ always U<:-pi on hau-.-. my" *04 .  yy  w  ���������y  11  i:;;  lUHMIHII, vmrnm*  $-������������������������������������  W   ..��������� ' ���������  ���������:t* -.   -  '��������� Z ',      "  s'S '  ':'S ���������  :\V          .'.. :���������.���������-,  ���������THE-CARIBOO'SENTINEL  ������������������^rsrrTsr^:  SATURDAY, AUG. 19, 1871.  tt~~:���������r1.:' ,'ii'' -L-;   ���������    -  ~-~^r  STEAU MACHINERY FOR MINING.  aad piimps be shpplied for ha 1 f cash and the  balance in instaim.ents extending oyer a year,  the shippers retaining^ security ; pu the machinery, some Encouragement would be given  to; the bard working men who are now cou-  tebding eingle-hanciediwitb so many diiScul-  t ies, wb 11 e the en ban ceA value of the tnach in -  ery after the freight to Cariboo had been paid  would amply recbmpehse tlie capitalist for  any, risk, he might incur. The prosperity of  the conn try depends in/a great measure on  the develop ment of its mineral resources, aud  in eve ry ti o Aev tak i ng te 11 d i eg. to this end ail  clashes in the community are directly interested.  ���������NEW ADVERTISEMENTS."  E;-DE  Dr. Ty J. Mills Bowden,  '..ov,\victoriav.; ���������'��������� : "AX-  ���������"pi Eft ?:" to' in for iir ���������' tire "i a Ua'WtJnJht "trf "Ca Wmn; tha I  AS',.: pwsainer . b u?i negs ' en������ps���������������$meu ts . pfeveti t 11 i m  from ;.visi 0ny. t hem tbi& .you r, bu t next year li e hopes  ��������� to have' tha t pleas u rt?, wh eb Ad ue not ico will be gi ven;  ;,-������������������-: i y   ,-.:    ��������� ,������������������-  ��������� ",  auI9 lm r -i:.; ���������. ::��������� .  THE COURT OF REVISION AT, QUES-  : I -: netmoutb^vjll :bV heM on. tho ELEVENTH; of  Septcihbd'iTihsteaUof'theiSlsL-Y.      'y:-X ,yyyy  '���������yy ���������';Y.;.y-.y<y    yiiii-   Y-..-Y-.H: M. BAUvy  "Rf'gi'.Hti^r for Oj'riboo ElftClorid District.  Bhfiffietff, August ISih, 1871..:.'. .aul.9 .  Th e pxp erie nee. o f v t h e p res en fe -.season ;:l*as  /ri e rn o antra ted m or e fill 1 y th an pre piously th e  ��������� "abatf 1 tite -jieefisaity. for; the Introductipn; qf  ���������siteam engines, with pumps of large:capacity;  fori tbe purpose o f su c cess fn 11 y w ork in ij iii e  ���������d ee p c'lai ma o f Ca ri boo.   Tlie. Forest Rose  ���������e o. lm ve' alread y sbo w n th e ad van tage of a  . ^maIi,engine,;where a large, quantity of dirt  is to be h oiate6, even w 11ei*e tio pn m ps are re  ,   -nutred;   The 'Lane & Kurtz Cnnipany will  upon exhibit steam power on a more extensive  ������������������ scale in the hitherto un bo Homed flats of. ihe  iprnrto ws; a nd me liave.now inti ch, satisfaction  ^n hnnoimcinjr tbat the Black Bull Company  of Lowmee have i talc en .-- a . step in (he same  d i ree t i op -'"Mr, 1) a n ie\ ��������� ,G 1 yrin. on e, of i h e s h are.  "~"**ltel#fcynAAfAtet HVyoT the -com pfmy- Imvfrrjr;  left lb is week for the purpose of p u rchasi 1112:  i   im engine in SariX.Francisco.:: -fhis company;  .''wlV'nftfcRequire ^tbe amount of power tfiat  ^ill be peededi in Other places, as Jheir tunnel  :,-,- -r-1 hftyl o n gres t. we b e I ie v e. i u Ca ri b o 0 -- alread y  drains���������ifi'tpvsiich an" extent thiyt the "water:can  ii l:������e ea������ily,piimped.'but the water at tlie iii p per  T. ���������.ynd:;of;it(iwhee' is'soVligrlnV^^  ..* hi til I period i n s p r i n g, th a t they can not Wo rU  a wheej,'^id:|hey rhave now^steil the value  .vbf jheir grpund; ?u,(fi.ciently to'-��������� justify. tfiem in  ���������..;; -tfofngitp the presenti;expense.;���������;They expect  i liyhare lbo?r������;inacbinery working" it his fall.  -i HflorUYareAheuig^made.iwbiih. we;trustiwilV  ^eiysuccessfiiK-to^procui'e. a powerful enpri.ne  i; I tor t|te ;6hiflstone .Co.f Liglitnin g. Creefe. The  -arrange iii en ts6-b aye inot been yet- con cl u d e<i.  /..,,.-, li?i $; n1'ri -: a111 aj ga ma tion , of .the d ifferen t co iri -.  ;>P?inieH4ri ihe yicinity. ia spoken iof.y The diHi-  i .finUyiiiUvthis plahji however, is to estimatiVthe  ; ^ylative'vsbVeiofclainis.^aij^Qiinei.pf^^liiSi^^^  '������������������\', -1 n rgo. arnpu n fi 0f 1 abpt h ������s : bepn perforineel  :v.:; npfl Apii' ^onve;' cp ni p ar ati yel y ]��������� 1 i itle -or; n one,:  ���������?*JP^iMeiifeel ��������� rather du b tons.;��������� as; tb:;'1'^ ;suc.c������*?s^  ���������X_*Wpl (bink^. that[.A \. obinpany .for/thiO; exc 1 usi vo-  ni t r pd se p f p 1111 in g, 1 i n. ni a ch i n e r y woi 11 cl b e  jm/)r^?iieasible.i;iLet; tbedifl^ept companies  li nteresled ta k e s to c k in this, and ei th er h ire,  11 Ipiit to on e com pany, at a ni on t h3 y. ren I;; or a  :-'ii eree n ta go 0 n the _������������������ go], A, or give th e co m p a ny  ;flr>*t usin^iit;;tbe privilege of purcbastn������r en-  "i. t rel y as sobn as th ey are satisfied with t h et r  . /srroii hcl,; or. iri Xhe eyen t <*fi:tbe gr0nnfl not  ' 1 ^rn y j n g m 1 Hi c iently ire mi 1 n erati ve, le fc i t b e  transferred on same, terms :to, another com-  pany.. .In any.c������se. those desirous of seeing  , the Liphtnintr Creek  channel .worked, and  ^ i n <1 er. tbi s h ead ins: we 'i n cl t id e n 61 a I one th e  '7*������fti'ties <li ree tly; interested in the claims lint  it be i������ii ij re pbpnja fi 0 n of Cafi boo, sh oul d 1 ea ve  ot^^ Htonenutnrneil to accomplmh ;that object  ith in yen r.    E ti o u g h   t im e   a n A   m on ey  "b as  ���������11 ren fl v been was teA Am f ri n tl-e/������ ������> n (} ea vo rs,  *?* ti d i f i 111 merl ia I e: an tio n is: n 01 take n i n  tbe  matter the result will; be another year of  trloom and doubt.and disappointment, while  'let bat one claim strike a rich prospect and  ^he value iof every claim from Vaawintde  *3>������rn would tnslantly be tip., to fever beat;  >i nd j be ri ,tb 0 r������ won 1 d b e n 0 d i ffi ori Uy i n: p ro-  rjiriajr machinery.   The race would be for  those who should get started firs'1..  We have already expressed our opinion  , that the machine makers and founders of this  pr^rinco should  lend a helping hand to en-  ��������� i;o 11 r������gr������ m i n i n g on t e r p r ise i n C a r i b 0 0, a nd. h y  Bn skiVh (a Ho n s������ ^ r������.-a k < ��������� r), ���������  Forloin-foster fheir own business.   Theonlv  *w AmMla Hnnwwl (a ricl  TISTRY.  ^EORO^E: BYRNES  Has -feVen instr\ictei'by i Mr Pel^rtipr, of Rich field,  Uyyyy'-y-y .10 sell, by'Public Auction,".':' " "' "^ i  ������������������������' "���������.-��������� * ?he whotdof his  tS- Particulars hereafUsr.  THE  HOUSE  Known as the RroitriEr.c Hotki., uu'oss disposed of  ��������� ���������      " bv the 31st 'AogukC  ���������    ''     ;*'���������.-.. mild .'"'���������.-;  THEATRE   ROYAL.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  Steam  Engine for Sale.  TWENTY   ���������HORSE    COUPLED    HORIZONTAL  Engine and Boiler,  with or without hoffltoft  gear.  ' ��������� V      "��������� A ���������also���������-  ��������� .r^...; -yy ^ Um ;,;.- .  i"������ The MACHINERY FOR A FLOUR Mr LL; ccimplete.  Kor particular, apply'to EDWARD WlLSOX. or to  "el0"2m i TlctorU.  oaramg   i  FOR   BOYS,  Saint   Joseph's   Mission,  .     WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C.,  Under tbe direction oil lie  RKV. FATHERS OD1.ATKS OF MARY IMMACULATE,  "Will he open for the reception of Pupils on  -  , ���������.,.......... ,..���������.... .���������, ^ ^ ^ ^ -;  Board and Tuition, for Sesfiiou of eleven mouths; $220  Wa sh ing. '&��������� Mend fri g'Liueu-.'.1;  -   -.'/y-    a. *M������3  Payments to ho ������i;i<ie every half, session in advance,  SiZr. For further paniculars, apply to  ihe Rev.  Fat li or Director, St: 'Joseph' s Mi sh ion'. ���������������'.       j y29 1 in  0! for"'Cariboo and  RA|lfAM;^;:|lA:G'ES  MAKETHK 15KST TIXTEr ( ; Z'l.x'x    "''  .'v;:;;-DRIVEvTHE .BECT STOCK 1 yyix.  -yyyi^  HAVE.THE MOST COM^ETEOTORrVERS  ; CARRY THE MOST :PASSENGERS'h; ?  .DO' THE LARGEST;, BUSINESS!   ["  And :g������a-tt*|itee to con nee t. w itb ;.\k*. Steamer*.  ':���������',' ;..'..i;-.-;at each end, '.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  The Last Chaiice for  ;. :,   Pliotdgrapiis!;  P EGS to in term th 6 in tinb I ta n t s 'at. 1Carl bo<������ 111 a t a 11  Ij wishiujf to have tUeir LiUentissc.-j or Views of  their Houses ur Claim si taken, must call at .  m PHOTOGMPHIC GAILEEy,  BARKERVILLE,     s  On.or before 15th Stpteraber.      'X  t3U'^o..on������ who intends   wintering  in -Cariboo  s'UouM miss the present opportunity". -'  au& ta CH ARGUS MODKliATR.- i y-  Stanley  J,  J,   ROBEaTSON  JEG3.T0 ANNOCMCE THATHE H.VS OPENED A  B  AT STANLEY,,-; - LIGHTNING GREEK.  ..jThe Table will always ha. ?up]3lied with, the bwi  articles 'that can be got iu Cariboo! and the yar with  Uiti     Xi'.l '���������;.-.' :,.; Xy, ;X, :yXyX- ' X-[ A.AZ'l'    ..���������".,.^  Finest's;-Wines,V-''.:JEii^u6rs ������������������  and  Cigars,  'a  Stanley {Mouth T/asrClvanee Greek,)' >'.  ;���������; April 20 1871... .  :        :, ,|  ap2a  hmve Barkervili'e oh ilon^ay  at Six a.m., reach Yale ThursdaT  h t Si x p -in.. a n d a iri v 0 a t. Vi ^ -  to r j a o n Sa t u rd ay a t E 011 r p. m.;  FOXJK ������AYS  ���������H.M.  MANAGER.      ~  SfcUKBTAitY,  K. PEARSON.  G. N. MARSHALL.  Saturday Eve'g, Aug. 26,  THE    0 AyU I B 00.    A M.A. T E U RS  Will give, an eiiferUjimnont,  cniiuneocing with   the  "���������     ��������� i    I'avo ri to V a tide vi 11 e,  JWT REMEMBER    THIS ! j&tf  TravellHrs by the -FAST Lf"NE SAVE  FROM TW-ELtE TO TWENTY DOLLARS  by nof, loitering, as other lines do, odthis  roarf.  jVl7 F.J. BARNARD.  .VfojiPieur Vruithi'iit, ' *  Fmnoois La to u 6 ho, ; -  Julias,.   - .    ��������� .  Xfit'lame VontltThuxlit^!,  Agatha, -'     -       -  AtYJ. S. Thompson  WrG. iS. Marshall  Mr J. IC,'So Hi von  Fh������r*i-cc-'i \Vii>*on  Mrs.S  P. I'ar^er  To be loUourfid by the highly amu.-ing an-1 Uu^habk1  . i      ! fare**  Sir Guy Trotter, K. C. 11.,    -  Ma roll * Hare (a y* >m Off A r i tn),  TSC.  youug Wirfowj,  Eutter(hcrMaidJ,  Mr James i/������sb  Mr froiat'-f .hifins  Mr K "JuiK-nm/U  Mr.������ fe'. p. Parker  Fl^r<?nce Wilson  ; f<>-m<lry iri Viclo.ria now ships scarcely any  mucfiinory to Cariboo, while tbey see men go ;.   I?onr, npm at 7t30. pvrymnme u commons at  pa$f their doors tn purchase engines in Ran jfto*clock������ )  -r-      X. ������. V    .      ni i     ���������     j-i A'hii's^ktn, Sit: R������\������ervo������l j?e������ts, $1 50.    Tickets Tor"  t + mnouioo which nhrmld he made m the pr������-! ,lK> ,wr������d siw can bo obtained of Mr ii^hail,  .vfnee.   But if th*������v want lo extend their btihi-- [i*vrk������rv!ih*.  .,        ,      ,,  ' , ..        .        .    .       i'-      afigr IA qui dartnn Tickers tak������*n for art mi>plr>n.  nf������.ws they shniiid La ire active steps to lay tt*1  fnllesl Infnfxnat-ion  before the miners.   Lor!  ���������t.hem petid lists of their price? and the !)i(icle.^  *>n SjamL wifh full details as to Ihe  lime required lor makinj? any machinery  required  ������nd it aright he of th# greatest service : nnd  we '.vould suggest thai; in the capital and ern-  *}>nrftim of the province, where we hear of fo  much surplus capital lying dormant, no battler \  mvvRiment cow Id be found   than supplying.!  winvhhitry on part crcrl 11.   Oi sh d o w u h ve r v !  ir. z o is t cV.i tn t /��������� > r p x* 'ip "������������������ c i on?.' V>n f b������i cn f'***^ I    *f 1 *(^  OMMISSION, STORAGE,!  AJ"vf������  General Agency."  JAMES   VVJCKHAfM,  Bark^rvil!^,  YALE AND BARKERVILLE,  Importers,-Wholesale and  Retail.Dealers in  GROCERIES & PROVISIONS/  WINBS A; LIQUORS,  DRY goods; clothing/  HATS!& CAPS,  BOOTS ft SHOES,  AGRICULTURAL IMPTjKilEJSTS,  CIGARS & TOBACCO,, '  STATIONERY,  HARDWARE k CROCKERY,  And a complete assortment of  DEU6S, PATIIT SEDICIHES, U.  0:4)enheimor hnm. big In in(orn) Trarivrs', Miner?'  ������j; ii* h"u nn ers r'.'qu i ring n sf.o������; k oi" Good a t ha t ilioy  hoj*.i ;i iai-ge ftn:i v/'-li sci������*Ct**fl ajisorlmrru, and urt-  pri']>;iri."l to sHl *'. tl*r* )',(������������,������,-<-st ilarkftt 1 ri^cs.  11^- \\> invlt'i in^pocti<;Q uf our Stock before'pur-  IjaL-'MEW GOODS nn; being rceoivetl cc^tfauaiij.  Fresh Ranch Butter,  OF BEST QUALITY,  RECEIVED   BY   EVERT   EXPRESS.  OPPENHEIMER   BROS*  >:.;rYliPTaiJM  AID   BAIERY  THIS OLD AND TOtt-KNrOWNT :E������TABJ.^"HMfTNT  is*"always suppJiuti wnli tbo ��������� besi oi every.thing  that can bo procured ih Cariboo.;  Board; - - $ 12fer Week.  Single Meals> - -' -. - $ 1.  BSEiD MABEFBffilEBEST FIODE  ,. th* Celebrated'.  FRESH   GROUND    COFFEE,  A superior article to any which cad W had i'nm '*���������'���������-  hi w, Ron Hied ii u il G ro u n ��������� i on t. be j> rem ise.s 1 r������ ������m tho  best selected bcnie.s, ami wamtlited tree I'rum.aiHU-  i.vr^non. .   .  j,'17, "J. ������. G0Ol>S0>\  Restaurant & Saloon  ASON   &   DALY  T} KG TO ANNOUNCE'THAT T.HBY.B AVK RKW0VKI>  ) To ihe ^pticious prvn*i&* ionnerly kmm*n ������# i W  St. tfporxe Saloon, where Uuy will be Kl all times*  prt]������<ired to iuruihb ;.  15 0 A R D    AND    MEA L S     ;  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.  'The   J5AR       fiiTnisbed with th������ fla<5St "WINKS,  1JQ L*0RS andClGA KS.  Board,  - $13 per Week.  A.      PENDOLA,  BARKERVILLE,  COMMISSION! STORAGE.  Groceries, Provisions and  Licxuors.  D E F 0 T     F 0 R  my 20  tii;  'im  Q YLVESTER'S FXPBK8S FOR OMIKECA will li������TS-  O r������Her leave QUKSNKLMOUTH au or uboul Hio 1 st  and 15th of eacii inubtli, making regular trips twifl*  a month.   .  ftF* A 2<"������flr? 1 Esprrss fcuc?iu*ss conducted.  ������.u* ^ RVyPS ������TLYKSTB8*  I  if  .J  wrns-  ii  ���������  y  yx  ii-M.  Ufi.  fy-m  y*s&  f'ylf  f u  I'*  OY  iYY  Ai .7!  VI  1  m  i  p.  Wm*X^AAJBW&'4?liW*t!**tms&  THE CARIBOO  -SATCJRDAY. AUG. 10," 1871,  SPECIAL TO THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  ILLNESS   OF   THE   QUEEN  FEARFUL VQLCANrC ERUPTTON IN THE  ItNDIAN ARCHIPELAGO.  MINING COURT.  [Belorc':H. M.,Bau, E?q:, Gold Commissioner.]  FATAL    BCILER    EXPLOSION  ON   THE   EMILY   HARRIS.  CHOLERA  C'BMNG  FROM- RUSSIA  VICTORIA. ;:     ^  Victoria, Ang. 18-^-TLe KramerPrinze A1-  ��������� -fred-salted tHm-&A^^tiipf3^m;roav; TuesAvj  fo���������' this |i<irt. w i th 100 : passeiigers,' v  -.-*��������� l^optfe^ce hours, will lielexmuAeA under  the new .arrangement froni;;8 a,,m. to 6 p.m.,  with dinner hoftr from 12 (ol."'  y The X steam erA JJoug 1 as,-^frbmyJXahJxinio,  1 ��������� ri tigs i ii) e ws-": th nt tlie "s team er.- 3m II y: H- > r r is.  with 70 t qua co a I for Vi c to r i a, i h acl-'b I o \y n u p.  itnd that Captain Fndn; ,4 "while pas^nger  ,frtun,;.the,quarry, ai)d tbe Cb iueae, cuok, bad  been lost.    '������������������> i  .'Xy- x ..X'AZ'Zi i,.\,X.x-i...  1 San Francisco, Aug. i-) o.���������-f���������as^ngers per  K-eii m ei* ' Yrh i ft.������. AI f red forV i c I or I a' '1---XI on. ���������  ILL. La n (?e vih >; Arc hi b a I < 1 A'rd hi n tre, ������ i Tf 1::  h*y. J. Lh'Hcbat nps, F..; iie Iina L * M������W JJertlm  K e I ri n. M rn \Y6 < > A a tt d ch 11 d r'.M rs M cCa n n,  Mrs Spence an11ych\1d,' Mrs A*/;' M:' Hind. Mi������s  Ti. tfut^rsorU'&'rs^ J:  II.  TiiUBsnATj' Ah gust 17.. ���������  -,    AN ftTERBSTOG .LEGAL POItfT*  x. MX -I a* sen m Victoria Co., Lowhee.���������  Tl a i n ti if- o w ns t wo- fi f th s. o f._= lb e Eu re k a c o;;  Low bee, James Ford two-flftbs, atul J. P. Russell one-filth. Defendants in December, 1869,  ob Lai n ed fro m Com in iss \ on er Ii re w p e nn i ss l oh  io work their ground from a (tintie) through  plain tiff's gr o u u d, on th e co n d iti o n th a. t ��������� they  did. n o inj vi ry thereto > In No v em b er, 1870,  plainti if s it ed' t h e Vic to ri a co. to ps'everi ti their'  working through the Eureka claim ; the case  was. however, by advice of the Commissioner  withdrawn and settled out of Court, an agreement b e i ng d ra wn th at d e fe n d an ts s h ou 1U  wo i k .1 a acco rd an ce wi th M r ��������� Bre w rs order  a nd. pi id thei r r ocks a n d h cad I n g������ in sue b a  manner as not to interfere with the hydraulic  work of the Eureka co. this spring* the local ny  to be selected by Mr John McLean, of the  13ro wn co. Plain tiff no w deposed. that defen d ants had not acted according to the agree-  ment,... bufc...ha A. piiexi tailings 130. or J.50 Seel  from ;the, place agreed on, wbere they got  frozen l n. w i n te r, choking ��������� th e Eu re k a b e d -  rock tunnel, covering the blind shaft irom  same, and causing serious loss and inconvenience. There was sufficient water to work  with'bn 16th May,''out all the work done from  then till ;5th Junciwas spent in.'��������� clearing off  the.,accumulated frozen tailings. The Victoria co. r a'ri. th ei r tu n n e 1 ii d is t an ce of o ver  IS feet th rough the. Eureka claim, working  from 6 to 9 fee t h igh, an A exc a va ted a place  for...a dump-house.: This was done .-hi;, what  p 1 ai n!i if co ns i d ered ! h e b es i; p o r 1.1 o n c o f tb e  ground, commencing directly in front of the  fa ce; of his t- y earfg . tiyA ra u He wnr k i n g. ' Th @,  dirt taken owt was -piled from. 12 to 20 feet  irom the flume, where it was useless, and lie  considered the loss to his two-flflhs as equal  ro $1200 .as he Mm ved the gro u n d t h is year  Ford and Riwsell having bought three-fifths  on the condition that they should not claim  damages, who was to sue, on behalf, of the  ���������minority ? He was; however, bound to look  at the case in a legal; view as regards the  right of individuals to sue.. Another case  in igh t co me up w h ere fi f te e n i h te res ts were  in vo J ved. He thou gh t that Lynch migjit gi ve  his partners indemnity and sue in the;name  of the Eureka co. He, therefore granted' a  nonsuit. ���������      y  ���������  ,  COUNTY COURT/  (Before H. U. Ball, B.������q ;��������� Goiri Commissioner and  Coumy Court.Judge.;  TL-Ksiur, Aug. 15.  R.. "Booth vs. E. Harper.���������Suit for $52.  balance of wages. Defendant confessed judgment and paid $10 into Court, asking time for  rumaiuder.  Ordered to be paid in two weeks.  Cameron & .Atom vs. G.Manuel,���������Suit for  $17 30, blacksmith work. Judgment by default.   To be paid in three days.  "PABSKNeiijiig:  Mo r> iii m.. H. Harvey, J. Q'oS;> T. 1Whi tworfh;  I.  Tv-'-Morley. M.  Wats,  Wm.-.;Neisbit, W. IJ.; was- as' good as hist, whiUvthere was ade-i  a ' ������      Nic. Erson.  A. H rmsb'y. If). Home: ~   ..       -     ��������� . -   .        .    i  White  .1. M c Do n ft Id. M rs S Wan w i ck ivnd fa mi ly. M iss  S-hilbfY^frs Kt'eel,^fr-RurUngtohv:^Mr MZ\\  ;' tm>v-Mis^.-MarJinV Ml ITojman);lG: Gordon;  .   flrtiuti and.60 in steerage.    'XXAi iy,  1-xl yZ'xiix-.Zu:jxKK:Zim\yy Z)Z i  i^'\([ey'A h%,;;;.iS���������The atenipti?; In!Io.oet''ar-  r'wrd from ������������������ New   \Y��������� ��������� ������-*trnfn������ti��������� r' 1 iist eyening,  w ith ������iy\\ i j 1 o 0 f 0 n ������s" of:. f "re \a h t. ;a n A ** If 'ft agaiji  .   ill i fa intpvi i\������jfc;>AS*?i fZ UI yo ie IO C K i/* *$5 hV. Vw lit  iuike rwi��������� trip������*a \vVeh nn'tif furin'er'nnlice-7-  ���������* . JUrhrfrd'p . Kvprww; arrived -du'^tA[igh't^t "S  ��������� ��������� 0 e'l < 1 ek.    G���������'- *rt *w ^ To hh^on *s   E.vprei������s ar.  1-jvrtd at 2 ��������� tIus Vnor������111 ig.'i "A ������*'ver.e thunder  ^='^r!^l tJn8'jvrMuug prevented the .working ol  liie wti'eS Jswulli. .  --^-y ���������       ������������������ !  EUROPEAN.  ktFitond 0 n. A u j.:; U���������t be Qi ttven is 'c 0 n fi ne d  1 i������,'htr mum: Physicians urn in -c\* 11 ,stant at-  t-'Tiriance. This sii'ddfm indisn/fcitron causes  much nnxiety in tlie Royal.hirvnsphijld. ' '  A dreadful calamiry rs renor^d in the  m nail isi an d of Tu go I ain d (V), i 11 1 h ������ M a 1 a v. A r-  e: 1 i 1 >*������) ii go, ab 0 u t 15 nj i lt?s i ronf thn isi a u A" 0 f  Cebdiej. An outburst of a V'dea no r 111 over  i'. accompanied bv a convn-lsi'in of the s^a,  unci a wav*������ ������>f 40:f?et bigh'������w*'pt>vprvthinir  off tbe  island���������"liuhmn   beings   horses  und  , k-attie. Three .hutillred and sixteen persons  perished.' . "  ";y -.- y.  X J. o nd on. Ai 1 s1. 14.���������T h e FreWcb' Crnr*r n-  Tneut is reported to have requeste������l the. extradition of fiie Communists who Uwiii rM'uge  <������n Hriffch soil. The'reply oftb> British Cab-  iuetis said to be a decided return!;  New York, Aug. "Pi���������Ad vices from London  F^ate that fatal cases of ehrilera"lw8 ^eeurr������*d  on th^ steamers fromCron������fadt>o }Rn}|, hn/  the English authorities ' were taking every  ').recamion  to prevent  its  introduction by  ��������� ships arriving at their ports.  CANADA.  Toronto; Aug. lo���������The ticoft cenlermry is  being generally celeoraieu m.itii ute puimi-  \<a\ plaoes in the Dominion,  Ottawa, Aug. l.>--li is now poaifjeely :a������-  ���������r������������rtained that ihe Marquis of 'Lome and the  Princess Louise will tn\:v 'up th������'*r r������Mi-l{vite  I'we for a lengiiiened period. ���������I-he (rovernor  tieneral's resldeijce ,-k being prepaavd tor  their reception. *  In eonseqiumce of the Washington Treaty  n 0 conoid "i ra hi e red u c t io n is ex oec te U to-be  made in the miHfarv force.  By Gerow & Johnson's Expreas, arrived  Au g ii h 1.1 z.���������- From Ya 1 e���������M eas rs. W. Po I mere  ami; Richards, .2 Ciiinamen and 4 Chinese.  women y -.V*'.������"'''.'-  By Ba rn ard *s, Exp re ss, a r rived 17 th A ng.  Fro ni.. Y al e~ H. Wood ward, \V. T11 r n e r. \ 10  Cook's Ferry ; W. McG-ilk-in,to Cache '.Creek ;  W. Bbot-hroyd, to Soda Creeky I). McDonald,  to Vanw 1 nkIe ; ��������� I. O ppe 11 heiiner, Emi Ie Der-  runger, G. Pfoffe,. A. Gill,yto' Barkerville.  Fi;o m Qu esne I m0 u rh���������Wi ng Sing, to Barker-  ville.   II. Neuland, messenger.  Dbwx���������By Barnard's Express/left Aug. 13.  Mii5si Minnie Parker. J. ,ft[arquis, to Yale.  Jo h u : D u n n, D a v id AIJ -an,. Ed wa rd Le n n i n g.  Mjss Annie K., -to Quesnel mouth. H. New-  lau<l/*messenger...   yyl A"X..:ly.y.yy ��������� ���������. : ���������  Dowx~By GerowX& Johnson's Express,  M rv D. GJym v-to.Taie.  Messrsi  Hciehcyi of .14-0 ok. between the receipts of Ihe j left lath ��������� Aug.  two years:  last rear be got a dividend, and John Johnson, W. Borman. to Qiuesnelmmitb.  this year; after paying ahirediman, he 'only      Per. ^Johnson  ������fc Gerow *s Express, arrived  ree������j 1 y��������������� d..;������ 1 TO per day. for; his. own labor.  This year was an unusually good one for  w tttery :: PI a in ti if W r a to l wo. 1 e t te rs i u A pri 1 - to  :he tbreinan 0 f the Vi cto r:ia c0., w am i ng 1A m  tM at he s h ou Id ..hold. th e co in p an y r esp o.nsib! e,  but reeeived a 6 an s wers.:; lie" n 0w >sued f0 r  Aiig< IB���������F ro m Qu es n e 1 rn 0 u I h 10 B arkerv i 11 e  ������������������*R. Pacy and 2 Cbihamen ;. 5  way .passea-  '0'r % ���������',���������  'U&   TvTfDft'UMMiclt. \ iJOLTl)AiYS-  ;:a.-  Bark  his proportion of damages. Ine oiherpartnerft! ^oAi'K.-The William Greek district School  haying no interest in the suit as they had pur-'  clilibcil Jflieir th ree-11 ftf 1 k������������������'��������� as. tiiey stood th is  having no interest in thesu.it as they had rmr-j beinf -SlbWeci for^ the holidays theM'cha'went*  ��������� ,.���������.     , ^1.....  .1...^.. i������&L������* ii.-..-.. -*nfta ,k!s  out last week on a-fishing excursion to Cot:  spring, subject to any damages which might  hare been done.  \Wr "Walkem. for defendants1, moved  for a  Ion wood, and while he "and Jiotiie other gen-  em en were -quietl y ;endeavoring to lure the  tln ny')nma tes 0 f the brook from thei r nati ve  mmsuit, ori the ground that all th������' ������!iai-������IioIcl- e^p,^> * rather dangerous "fish out of  ers in. the Eureka co. were tenants iu common ������,Wr "ttdftnly.jMit^. the company without  and should have lotirad in  the action, ihe ] vn>rtat,roy.;-bein^ nothing less than a she hoar.  Mining. Law specially providing that the! wllie,n Jvhlie u]]������nf an ^inngju the neigh'bor-  majorUy of a company could choose a fore- j 10od along WUa.hei juvenile progeny had  man who should sue and be sued in the com- |'bS?,n < isturbed by a dog which was along  pany**8 name. Mid interests 4n a com pan v. I Wl.h the P^ As her ladyship appeared by  though held bv ^*������-������*���������������* ���������������i^ ������������������������������������������������������ i������.f;.-. 1 no meann m an aimahie mood, the fishers  visible, and if tin  not interested in this action, and declined becoming par tros to it, Lynch hy Indemnity ing  r,hem a ga i list cos ts, m i gii i bri ng th e s 1 ti tin tl 1e  company's name, in that case he should he  i co;aipt������ 1 led -to ask To r a co mtn"Issio u. to "exam -  ;    ;       MINING; INTELLIGENCE  Yi.i WILUAM.ciKffX    :-  The. Forest Rose co. last I week washed 170  ok   The Ba I Lira i co. wash ed 106 oz.   1 'h e  B lack Ja ck co. are c I ean i 11 g u p w here the.1 ast  cave occ 11 v red .The Ba n Francis co ;co., at the  h a ad 0 f t he c a ny 0 n (Ch i n ese )��������� a r e c i i������a! n i n % 0 j>  and.getting small pay.   The Chinese00.in-that  canyon, having had theirdam carried awav.  and worked ground filled up, by tlie high  water la s i w ee k, are. re-1 a y i n g th eir flu me a t  the   upper  end.    The ditTerent companies'.  above Richfield are, cleaning up, and some  still piping a li tile, as t he water hold* on fc  well. , The Flume.CO.; have a good head for0  piping yet.  STOUT GtfWU.  y  The Mucho. Oro co. washed last week 35  0i. ^ The Go I den 11 ope co. a,re sti U clejiuing  u p i n 01 d.gro u n d. aui I ge tii ng small pay.  The Sou l h Wal es co. last week wa shed 328  . nz.   The .Sp n t c e eo'. .aye m f.t i n g sm a 11. pa j.~-:  T he L i g b t it in g c 0. a re g^tt i ng so mo pay a ������tti h.  TI ie" "E ie v e n 0f'Eng fan d'aif e stilf.; fit I ed yu pXAX  The Vic tor i a c0. ar^J 'tu un ing th rongii rock  10 wards the elm n nel'-..   The Varicou ver eoVar*;  about ready to start their new belt. ;Th<}s������  las t two co m p a tii e s a re n 0 w 1 he main hop eib'f  thc se i u t e res ted b e Id w Va nwi n k 1 e, ������������������ an d it. is  ho 11 e d th at w h en The Victo ria strike. thecffSfT  n el their join t; pi i ra ji ing c a p a c i ti es. w 1 th tii������ r ���������  present power and machiuery, wi 11 be %[M>���������,  cient to suodue the water. ;  The Amalgamated co. last week washed 3.V  oz.   Th is cum p any; s tii n ne 1 is 410 w to a ig r<^ t. ���������  ex te n t d ra in ed, and i,t is i believ ed! that, the  Gladstone shaft is the cause.' -  /yi.'   VALLKY   MOUXTAIN".   '-,.''  ; Th e h yd ran 1 i c eoinp anf es: con ti ri ue get ti a sf  good pay: :TheDisco very co. iiaveibeen>,find*.  ing some large pieces.   The Huntingdon; 00".  are prospecting; abo-y-e the discovery fw itt^  hill channel. ..-      '.'y-y iiXXiiX'y  JACKOI'- CI.UBS-"CBEEKV.  Tlio  ' i vst Cb an ce c 0. h avi hg A r i f ted to; i tho.  jhtl Ij 'si 31?: X>f^tbt*���������i>p���������' ^liaY^-^tei^J" tbey-n t.^lira fc'^f^;.  posed tii.e chah nel to :be. and $ nding. the r ocjc  rising, are running,, towards the creek', wirti  rock going gradual ly "ofi*. They are gefctinK  very go0d- prospeels. *)f coarse jr01 A. On  Th 11 rsday they; tounel One .piece weigh i ng $15"  and another $5.A-Ayf,;, X- ',���������������������������; -,;'/', ^:-y-  dinVrent parties, were indi^iuo ���������f������ il? m :ami*ble. nw������a._ I  i - 01 he r s 11 a re hoi d ers we re c<) !l c l1 K'ccV t b at t u e m os fc pn ������jte n t cou r a e was  to shift their quarters without any ceremony.  but one of the party who had gone off to look  To "grouse, fof������uuateiy coming up. gave the  intruder a charge of small shot, which caused  h^v to -tnkx' refuge in a tree, where she was  'ne"'1^^^ dispatched with  buckshot..   A cub.  1        '      " _f his ma  ul Germanson creek, lie wits com pel led. to j d^nutlom the uneonseious cause 0  adopt'tbe present course to protect,*his cli-1 fernai r,areul7s untimely, end, wass  ents against  furtner   litigation,  as  if any -|.lD������ th������ road .about-the same time.  seen crasa-  A a m ages w ere to h e a w ard ������ti n 1������w to L yn c h,  : 11 an y f 01 u re ti m e. a n A  p Ossi i 11 y b e I b r e1; a a -  0 tber. C0in\n issi on er. su i rs tu ig h t "b e b r011 jr11s  hy Ford and Russe'il claiming Aamagi^  similar grounds, when  ihe, evidence, in  p ro=e 111 c a st j vc 0 u UV n 01 be ih trodu e <^ d.  JUr Park, for plain tiff,- contended that  ui'^uoieuts of Mi e dear tied counsel for th**  on  tho  T j k  Bo������ v-eVikc*  Pa kit.���������The ; su rve v ing  piJ ;iy fo r Te le **���������������.*. me Cache ��������� .'a rrlved i n Bur  k ji; v i lie   yet? tor d ay, ; an d ��������� c a m pe A ��������� .in   the  ineiiu0ws 0n .the:r way to Kear Lp.ke.   Mr  Omtxbca ��������� Wc bifvye. n0,1 aier news from. fr"bf  North sinceySyiTesf^H'ias|;;^pre^ :A'-^!?i  ���������men ;keep coming down,im t they f ell no thing  di fi'ere in fr0in what'has been con tai n������d in <iit r  correspondence, v A^-good many, kofep...still  going, up in spite of ithe reports of shoriicotrv-  m 0 ns, a nd 11 ie eer taiti ty ail most th a t v*n'fiaci e n t  stocks cannot beigbt; in to winter as imiuy  men as: are now ith ere. and ye t i t i s n 01 from  Iaek of emjjloybieti\Xn 11 'Carib00, -as clai im  wan ti ng.vn en find i t aifflos t i m p os*& le to p ro-  cure them.....  Potjok CounT.���������Tu<?sday, loth An gust.���������C.  Wilson, cbisrgod with supplying liquor tn  Susan and Maeirie'i. two Indian wo men. Acknowledged tnat.be had given them a llrii*  w i ne, an d was io rd erfd to pay a flue of $ "25 *  and -310. costs' iof - prosecn fi ng cou nsel, }l 'v  Park., On Friday,"H; Knight, for also givUig  ' 1 ittle win0 10* the. ������ame two lad 1 es 011 tl 1������  same dav, Wais nmlctedin a similar amount.:  TUKATnHJAh���������POS'rPO'XKMKXT   OF..?KiU'-OlWf-  ANCw.--The entertain men b an nounced to ho  'tno  do-  did not api,|y io  Mi cute.   Fnrd and Kuss*!!. ba $arj.������'' bad'  pu "������������������oh- -4ed their th reo-fif t hs ft o m t he ct e fan A -1  Watt. Clfief-Conunissary, has gone to Victoria, j ^\ven 'by tho Amateurs' this evening has bwa  having purchased M, O. Davis'. pack train. J nnavoidVoly posrponed till next Saturday->ii  which  ac.oompauies the party  loaded  with lnCconnt of  the indisposition' of one^^pe  nee  in lavor 01 a nonsuit  proviKion-s  and 'utenslis.   Th.et'fj ary .  in fill in the decachruent, inciiidiog.;.S������ven In*  d i a m������.    \V i tson; tho li-sbe r m an 01 JElsifer La ke.  Ken Hemen .'wb0 was. to .purtorm.  Fm'KJiiT Ar.nivfNO���������During the pas.t wt*ek  G eOrir e Dunn's teams wi lb in ach i n ������ry fo i* th o  ���������9S9*-i*-  A TtavATK T������ leg ram received yesterday  from the [?fiHes, Oregon, by W. A. Meaeham.  ��������� mq., anauttnces the destr 11 cti0ri of a 1 a rp e  portion of the -town. Mrs lleaeham. *nM  f imily. who now reside there, lost all their  'household furniture.  A nut vat, op Liner. '������oTKirson Tnrrcif.���������  The Hon. J. W. Trntch. first Lieu f.-Oovernor  i*( the Province of British Columbia under  Confederation, has arrived -in Victoria 'oo  HM. gunboat Sparrowhawk.  A. Ba ma w. Esq., 0 f Q/iesi)oVwion f It, a rrire.<i  ���������bilrty  of as individuaM&eing liable to haveitzs claim I  jumps 1 through tton-represenrnfion 0); failure  1 abo u t   jaif 'th e 'dis tan ce.  A t ��������� Msgtip Eobu kkv.���������A f?iwash,  ivmg  t;'   Dn. lJowuEK. the well-known  dentist nf  at I Victoria, announces that he will be unable ia  been  ou a  client coulo  (is'oase^ie had  no vemod'y. aw  the majority would not join  him in au action,  TUtf Commissioner mlA it was t������ difilcu'   ^  flour in this  $2 perlOD  for $15.  ,P.������ftvsers. which ho nad piaceuunuer m������ nir.nj  iw>.   w-���������������<   #ii giving to bed. and be accused two- other     Oaunaui)^ Exhusw arrived ou Ibursdar  wfctri-es t)f the robbery.   However, as he had evening. with dates irom  Victoua of Wil*  been sound asleep at the time when the deed  Aiurnst.  ,i.. ww������ committed, be had no^ proof* to oflfer, and ���������   Johjwon'h "Expr^.wltfl ll;^ Av^^  eas^,   ale   thought.'-Mr. V^U,'Wir������ argumei   ^j wy further -dm* wars obtanfrul   to JoMtty 1mm .- ^ ;������',]{ ft������';i r/clorji i^;':^^t.    '  :-i  .    "������������������-.  ... y.  wer-* Cv'H  r /��������� n >  ou? !aefl ta-? o'iosu^u ar  jO'p'.Cioi:  ������iii������.i������iu..iiiujuiU') MS'  mm  ItJfc  K&a  ?i'$i  f:  .;.',.y;slji.5,'r. ,.-':  ���������ot  1 'Z  rcrtiBgEaMStfjg^g^PwaijgaMffig  THE u ARKANSAW?J CATS/  There was a mania Arkansaw', -y  J.';  As, let his passions rise j ,,  An d no t un frequ en tly p \ eked out  Some other varmint's eyes.  His name was Tuscaloosa Sara,  And often he would say���������      >  ;*' There's hot a cuss in;Arkahsaw���������/( Z Z  *   1 can't.whip any day." /     .- "' -5. %  Onemprn a stranger, passiri*. by,   ^ ZZy  'Z Heard Sam hi y tai kin' so,.;"_;.'. 'Xy  "Wben down be scrambled Irpin bis lioss,  .. .And off his coatdid go. ;   "-"y. :._���������.-.  ���������>^Myboy."said he';"it's my belief, :y  ������������������; ; Whomever ybuinay be,   (.  :!      ;.���������    :  ; That.f kin make'you screech and smell  ..Y-.Bavlikler agony.'y.ZZ-yyx - ���������'���������"?'���������  :T h ey cl 1 uche d like two ramp a geo lis b ears,  ;^An'i'':tlieiV;w;eiht down a;bit; X  They swore a siringof six-iueh oaths,  A^d'nfc^aud;fitv.andfit.,,       ���������  .-*������������������- jist^at coclc^cro w. sudder. Uy-,--   -y ��������� ���������  /' There came/an1 awfulvpause,   :  And land my old man runout ������������������-;;���������  / To;ascerfcaiir the cause. ^   '��������� *      "���������."-.  The sun was Arising Am the yeast, -  hXAnd'lit the hull concern, *������������������   * ���������:  ;l������nt not asignof either chap ���������  y Wad found at.any,turn.      ..-������������������'  Tel, in the region where.t"hej.fit, ,-,-  We found; \o our surprise^  One pint of buttons, two big knives.  Some whiskers! and lour eyes."  XN'ENfeLTSi*^  Xy. ELOPEMENT, OF THK HON".  MISS  ' NOE12        ���������'     '���������  .-'.    ���������...������������������  r 1*he recent appointment of Mr-Thomas  ;; Murpby��������� as.:organist to (lie''Oii.urcli.6f.the Holy  Innocents on !17th street; has createdi an :ex-  / ^itemehtin'Roman Catholic -circles; ; The  Jlit^tory of this gentlertian is: intrlily : in teres tug  and ��������� rom an tic.   0 n.' th e, 1st of An gus fc last'  , year;-Mr and Mrs Mrirpliy. arrived in New  .Tork; steerage passengers in the good ship;  PiymontlrRock,,'       . ���������-   ix   AX' '  y. A hong "b of ore they ar ri ve rl it; be cam e app a i -  en tio the officers :of the vessel that they were  no ordinary si eerage passentei;s.   Mr Mur  fp fly's wile afctracted4ituisual attention;   She  ��������� Was a.petite blonde. qir^f eat 1'efinunent, and  ^possessed- of much personal beauty.    Her  ^roanners werevthose of an educated lady, and  she-seemed tai together.; out; of -place,, in the  Isteerage offan emigrant vessel.; There was  ; ������ vi den 11 y a iifi ys ter y in the cas e. an d; as ��������� sooh  ; its the .conpie landed in;New York a Siin re-  ;.;;p:)rter was detailed to solye it.   A:ter some  ��������� b arch he succeeded in. discovering  the fol-  * iowinGTTacN: i*'lZ   ���������������������������XX'-X-: yXy.  Mr Murphy came from England, where for  ��������� many j ears' h e h us folio w e d li is p ru t eesio n as  a Jinnsician with great succeps,'; His tame  reached!���������. the ��������� ears o ft he Earl of Gainsb o rouy h.  Aviio engaged him' as his* private A.rganfet, and  took him to live at Ex ton Hall, Rutlandshire.  J t w as here th at M r jM u r p 1 ������������������ y; w n * i h ro vv n into  the company of the Barl-s daughter, the Lady  Blanche Elizabeth Noel.  An atlachment sprang up between tbem,  but matrimony seemed out of the question.  Her fatliHr's consent could never be obtained.  A happy thought struck them, and they determined to elope. One fine morning they  were miasmg irom Ex ton Hall. They had  fled to a neighboring town, where they were  married. When next heard of they wei'e  steerage pnssengers on the Plymouth Rock,  bound for New York.  Since his arrival here, Mr Murphy's career  has been prosperous. The society of his wife  lias been courted by many leaders of fashion,  j nd his appointment as organist to the Church  of the Holy Innocents has given great satis-  laction.���������[N. Y. Sun, June 30.  MISCELLANEOUS.  Lightning Crkkk; -v.  Ml NERS AN D T R A DERS wi 11 find it to %h e i r art-  . vantage to purchase a t this Store, where tUere is  iMGE ASSOETISK OF SCOBS  Of th e y e ry best, d oscr Iption on lian d .a n fl tbo Stoclt  constahtlyreplenigh ed by n d \v arrival e. Th e proprie.  ;;;,.    tors vyillsellGoods     ���������/  AS CHEAP AS ,AKY IN,. CARIBOO.  Ord e r sp ro mpti y ft 1 led ,a n d for war cl c d'_ w i th rl i spatch  ��������� Vaii Wlnklo,;,:  BEEDY &LINPHARTV  ���������������������������_;:-:  Proprietors  MISCELLANEOUS.  J. P. TUNSmLIi & Co.Z  y'"--^8,-P0W':'CHUECH; YARD, LONDON.  JzH; TTTKNERV& Co.,  yVIGTORIA, bxj.    ���������  ssio-n.  ���������$^*- Goods bought in the European^^ Markets to order j aud consignments of Oobdsr from  Britislr,Co him bia sold in London. -.;������������������ ��������� y,i ���������  \:ZZy.''ZZZiuZ[:     y       EBFBIIENOES    IN        '..���������'���������-      ��������� '.'     ,;  A.i>-.X'X. ..   LONDON���������London and. Westminster Bank, L6thbury.;      ���������'���������������������������';���������;' ��������������������������� ������!���������  U essrs. 0 o p es take. Moo re & Co., 5 B o w Ch urch Yard.  VICTORIA���������Bank of British North America.w. myi���������Cm ���������":  ���������OPrl  YICTORIAV;i;B.G.,  MANUFAOTi;nE STEAM' ENGINES AND BOILF.RS,  ���������eitherHigh oriLbw Pressure, -v x  '   ���������  Gristj-.Qu>irise:'andySaw"Mi 1 Is,��������� aud in \f'act iiryt)������in������  csu)uoct.i?d, with-:'the ./Maclnine' %sinoss:';.;.Irf'ti :in'l  Ri-!Ss Cfistirigs.of all doscr ip tion i'. On 'hand nnM t^r.  ftalp, a.lurgo assortment of -.Sh������etv"Bar a'nrl-.nthor Tr.'-u,-  Boil er Bolts j .Ta ok, Screws; Brass Cocks, 'G lohc -\'a I ve*.  CemntftfyyilailiiVKS,.'of:VhOerent;.: Patterns, Car V.'li wis  \vitlvIronvan'd.;st.eel Axles," Steahv^ipe-Fittings, ko.  AU.orUerS- promptly attended', to.: :Terms Cash, e.t  our Works iu Victoria.  ���������'!myija 6m-ruyX ?PRATT..& IRvT^g; ^roprielcirs.  JA*  GIL  m.  FpM,;.vELOIJE,; FLOUR  ���������TOE-SALE AT  SODA   CREEK, .  QUESITSLLE, and ���������  BARKERVILLE  J. HARPER,  :anet  er&uir^ Mix  GO^BaNJiENT Street,^igtoeia, vx  aS ON HiNDv AND ISGON^ANTLYreceivinjr, n  ��������� lari^e -as?ortttient; of'���������iCLOTHS;v..CAi3SIMSRES:  and.; TESTINGS j ...which- ho is; prepared to make to  urd'er-iiV-tlio,mosi'aiii>r()Ved' styles'.;; \      '.:: y'  ; jj^* Tariies on  William  Creek ycan have th eir  measures 'tak eirtiy; :3l r; M cGall uni', Barker v ii lo; '-���������������������������-..  vjjj������f' Allordcrs iroinCaiiboo promptly attended to.;  ':; -         .'���������",-    '���������   my61m   ��������� ���������- ,'-   '    '  :C  eieffraDii  l5  Store Street (between Herald and Fisgard)  yi;;ZX: i Ziyi'-'' WpTORIA,:B.C..'.  ''  ANDREW ASTRICO,���������'-. _"���������   -   -   -   -   PROPRIETOR.  ���������The-most commodious find clean Hotel ia Victoria.  It is conducted on the European principle. The table  is supplied with tins very b.:st the market affords. =���������  . Meals at all hours Of the day.1 Private Dining  Rooms 'I or Families,' -:  ; Board and Lodging per week, $5 50 and.SSSO.  l\T' d;iy, $1., Single ineals, 3"K cents, Beds, 50c.  ' jg^. Fire proof .Sale in the.House.       . hiyG 6rn~  Importer and Dealer in  FINE:   H AiVANA  tiers' Provision Store  BARKERVILLE.  TiHE ABOVE ARTICLES CAN BE OBTAINED IN  JL and out ot" "Bond, at the option of tlie purchaser.  A general assortment of  SMOKING-    ARTICLES.  . jftS* Orders from the Upper Country promptly at  tended to.  .'; ',   NO. 47 YATES STREET,  ;. "{Opposite tho Bank of British XorLh America.)  VICTORIA, \M, n>v6 3in  A ,Sailor, whose sweetheart had a very  handsome set of teeth, attempted to kfss her,  but she eluded him, and gave him a box on  tbe ear. "Just my luck/" said the good-  natured sailor ; '��������� Fin always getting wrecked  on the coral reefs 1"  CASAMAYOU & CO.,  Wholesale Dealers in  Groceries, Provisions,  Liquors, Havana Cigars,  m FREHCH PKSENES.  YATES   STREET,   -   -  VICTORIA   B.C.  iwvsam  AT THIS STORK  will always bo-found, a'well-  selected stock of the  FRESHEST    GROCERIES    AND  PROVISIONS   IN   CARieOO. ;  ;,    BEST JAVA COFFEE ,  :  Roasted and :Ground;daily.;; ,..' -t 1 ���������::;'] X  Braneli Stdre at Last  "/���������������������������;���������-.    ,.';',��������� - Cliancer.,; zy,'zzz  Wh oro a good s assor tme nt o f G oods . wi 11 tilways be  found.,'  '���������'���������I trust-by strict'attont.ion.to.hu sin ess and fair and  ?q u arc'. d ea 1 i ii|C, to m e ri t a co n t.inua ii ce oT tb e 1 i heral  ^itronage heretofore extended to me.. . ;fe4  ICE.  THE   UNDERSIGNED  BEGS   TO   INFORM  HIS  fri en ds an d th e p ab H c, t h a t h e. h a a U t tedm p so<ne  COMFORTABLE    BED-ROOMS  u his new building, where he is prepared to give  jrnod Beds at a reasonable price. Tlioec who will  l\ivor liim vvith their patronage��������� may depeuci bu'tLiv  cleannt-ssaiH:! comfort of his house  Ho ia kes a 1 se thi s o p portaui ly to'remind th e Carl  booi.tes that his Brewery has received the FIRST  PRIZE ol the Colony for his celebrated  XXX   ALE,  :The'FLORENeEis;ihe bestSewingf,  Machine for Family use,'because it..;  so seldom gets outbf order. \ If ther������;. y:  ��������� is one not working^well. in;   ���������      yi'Ai.  ���������:CAyF0RH1^-.Y^---'i'^'^'  0REG0tt%AA':y..Zl'''-y:'^A:ZxAX  .. WASHINGTONTERRlTbRY/ ���������': A  NEVADA,   '���������xxyy'.xy.u; Zu'-xxyX  IDAHO,     ���������- ,   ������������������   ���������;,"'"��������� r'-  .    ALASKA, '"/������������������i'v  BRITISH.COLUMBIA,  u" xy,.'Z  ������   MEXICO,   ������������������yZ'ZZZ    y'"AZ"'  " japan, '���������-������������������;���������';;���������'���������;.��������� -x^x-..  Orf;.CHINA,: if informed of it, I will  ���������fix/ it without any expense A to the  owner. ;"-        *  i   "^ /  Hoi 19 Montpoiaeiy Street, South,  BRAND HOTEL BUlLDIKfi,;  gAN  J^RANCISCO,   pAL,  ... Send- for. Circulars and samples of  the work.   Active Agents wanted in  ���������': every'place,;'--.'���������.;: ":; .."  '",���������-';;-; R.'BfeAYENf.AgenC^  jel0 6m(., :.. Victoria, B.C.  ,LEA&PERRI"NS':':  Celebrated  W.ORC E S T E R S HI RE    SAUCE  "Declared hy Connoisseurs to he    ���������  THE   ONLY; GOOD  SAUCE.,���������  .  An d th e t r u e am a ten rs w i 11 h e a b 1 e t o j u d ge b y them  selves thai, such honorable prize husbceu justly  awarded to him.  N. II.���������A lurjfu front room to let.  lMrlcerville,Jan. 23, IS69. N. CUNIO  The latest case of absence of mind is recorded of a lady about to "whip up n some  eggs for spongecake, who whipped the baby,  und sang " Watt's Cradle Hymn" to the eggs.  NOTICE.  DURING 5TV ABSENCE, MR JOHN TUBBY, wh������  holds my l*<������\vor of Attorney, will eondnot my  in   Barkerville   as Tinsmith   and   Stove-  business  deaier.  %mh July, 1871,  SANDERSON PKARCV.  jy M lm  PEEYEHTM BETTES THAN CUSE.  TJIAVR been requested bv stvern 1 respectable parties, whnoiih testify to the edicacy of my system,  lo aguin make public tho I act that  Moses' Hair Invigorator  WILL PRKYEUT "BALDNKSS,  R ESTO l\ 1"! HA 1K Til AT LS BEC0M IKfl THIN  OR FALLING OFF, no-1 oiroctua'llv  mmt scurf or dakduuff.  This isnol ft mere assertion en my part, as 1 have  in my poss^Ksiuii numerous testiuiouials certifying to  the sueeessoi my rome+iy.  I do not of ooursu prutond that. I oan mal:e the hair  Kiv<w on heads which have been bald lor' years ; but  I will guarantee to stop tho hair In on falling oft, to  increase j us g ro w th, a n d e Hoc tu a 11 v iv move So u rf or  Dandrutl'. \v. ]). MOSES,'  Barkcrville, B.C.  CERTIFICATE.  ��������� This is to certify that during last spring my hair  was rapidly falling on!, and my head wan Cast becoming bald, when 1 applied to Mr TV. O.MOSES, Barber,  I'mrkerville, who in a few weeks restored my hair to  its former healthy state' (DAVID GIBBONS  BarkcrviUe Uec. 29, HS6.     " BMWl'*  Caution against Fraud.���������The success or tlita  most delicious and unrivalled Condiment having  caused certain dealers to apply the name of '^Vort'i'S-  ter.shire Sauce" to their own inferior conipoundF,'il������������  public is hereby informed that thc only way to se������  cure thc genuine, is to  ASK  FOR   LEA  6c  FEREJNS'   SAUCF  and to sec tliat their namttsare upon the wjuitm  LABKLS, STOVPKR, a ll d BOTTI J?.  Some ol the foreign markets having heensupph���������  with a spurious Worcestershirt'Sauce,upon the wiv'l������  per and labels of which tlie names of Lea and Fortius  have been forged, h. and V. give noticethattlitf  have furnished their correspondents withpow'ena  attorney to take instant proceedings against ������**r������  TfACTURKKSund VKMioitH of such, or any otherImB*  tions b y wh i ch t h ci r righ t m a y b e i n fr 1 nged.  Ask for LEA & PERRIKS' Sauce and see  Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and  Stopper.  Wholesale and for export by the Proprietors, ,tfnr  coster; Crosse and Biackwell,London, &c., kc.' ������������<������  by Grocers an d Oi 1 m en uni versally. ___  i  J  H  il  SPROAT  &���������' CO.  ���������3  7m  AGENTS FOR  The IRoyal Insurance  [WHARF STREET. VICTORIA, V.1.J  inyeSoij  il  u������>������i2  matmmffl


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