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The Cariboo Sentinel Aug 24, 1872

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 m  H  "���������1  Cl '���������  SHI  IP  i  KffiSe  w  1  'mm  Vol.-l3>'  ^ ������������������-.   -���������   ���������  ������������������������������������������������������ ��������� ;��������� .......,^_1,  ������������������    i ������������������   -..yyyiy u lyjy: y, yuuyy'.   . uj    .;..;.. v.,.,���������,.. ..,,- ,. r '.,' y    v. '. '.;;    ��������� ���������.   .���������  .-...., ,y  y\ ;y ^Published every Saturday bj\  .,  !./..yy.^^,,y.Y    -������������������.>���������;���������*;���������.:-    ' ��������� yX0y.   : -'      ^  jSubwaPiption^ A - 50 Cents per Week.������  "'* RATES ;0F,^pVj}RTlSWG.  ���������,.;������   '    ,>-������'������������������-���������'        : '~ '    "   !'���������'    '������������������':���������    '"���������    ���������   - YY. ������������������"- ���������'-    :      ���������-.      -'���������    J-  fFoii'di^9LSQ.uare {one Inch), first insertion, - ���������- y, $3 ���������%  "' X"y -Zx*-*, y. y " 'ZX-y one month,; -<'���������: '������;6""  For two BQuarcsi firs tfcnser tion, ,'t -1-  - ��������� $- ��������� 6 c-.  *��������� Z?*$ % A***   ' ,0'iifli.month)- -f;a ��������� ��������� - *������������������'���������-*���������������' By  V������������  Agerits for th^e *��������� Cariboo SentmeL"   i  fc'tKj������v.pv :���������;., f:A������.-tuy^ .:���������... ksYCY. Y..<. --:������������������ :���������''><- -hY ,vyy: ���������������������������*������������������ A-1'.    .-.. *������,  VQUesnclmoutb^  ���������S^a^Creefc^ ���������/ ���������  Clinton, ^- * *���������-  yale;tl"'  tfE   l:D  Barnard's Express  ^Ijarnlrd'.s Excess  Barnairu'*s Express  Al%JV .., .. , ,,..-.        ,  'rd6^': ^;^'Y^do;Y.'''-  . WewMostrAXnstQtf AZ~ 4 ;- . /-"���������' John'Wrmt^t  VicMrili, : ><^'.*:^' ���������*-'/ ��������� ���������^���������f iMr^iister.'"  j��������� ���������p/.ViPher, - - y -      -       -   v - .'.  "San Eruncisco  "BeankCo*"1  -li     T ��������� y- 'i   -'  ,. -;'   ;*Sa*nFranp^c<)  G^������������ffcotV"   r    -      - ' VSO Cornhilr, London, $}.C.  U%W:  iki^MABIBbO SENTINEL  Cards, Circulars, Posters^nd-Programmes fo/;  ;; Balls arid Theatrical Entertainments      '  Yy:Y:: K^i*. ^^!-';^l0������^^^;'T"^yi!fe'-.ii''.'-; '.yyy.  jJB������*Bxe!cuted Klth'SeitTifessteadlsi  r        .''        -Terms moderate.  FROM ClCSB CREEK TOrOEANAC^N.  ���������The announcement that Mr.Barn^d has  jplaced a weekly 'line*of passenger stages on  >the route bet*^nC^he  ���������pan, conhecti%at rM-fotmer poirit^wifli^tlit  -fnain trunk line to^Gariboe, is suggestive of  : |fofo^reJ\i?.^fThe- onterVriGs; dfsplayed-liyl^Mr  MarimWin. thus f6ilbwn^^c40sely >viponEthe  ' h eels of the road-makersls\j&es������ winfr of prjaise^  fThe fact itself is; calculated: to ^o^e apeople  3wccu|tom|d '^Q"^ttt}Qlrc|p"0- Ao^-fe^^te^jTMj1f|^"f^  progressive���������standing .Btock-stiil.    A coach  Toajd ffptp: Cach^ Cle^jk to^QflMa^a^ **?jfc'$;  ���������^ wWefel y:. tldS.-���������'f&^'ir^g'is^'&'ii' ttrS ?"-T6ls" i^a'dft ^d^eiGj  *q.ui.ry; about the country^ seem|ogly so sud-  ^ih5y opened! lip.-  Anil hfei^felJafeSj^^  feel ���������������������������'.bur iignor^ucerT^ Httle that is known  . -Iribou^ ���������;��������� tb^gMat^ntenor.'f % Llpriggtone:ha^;  Yspeht iai ^t*uae Jatici "the best'piurt of-'bis-Ufa in;  ��������� searcbv ,of .an Jdea^the^source, of the Mle.  Will>no: oho edrftoM the interior^of-Brltisb  ; Columbia in search of somethiag of more'  practical uUlity?   tV^e will -tell the reader  what little we &now about the country penetrated by Mr Barnard's enterprise.   From  'Gachfe Cree& tb Okaaagan, "i Sistance of about!  %6he hundred'1 miles as tlie "crow" flies,Z six  thousand bead of cattle fatten upon nature's  rich pastures.   There is room for more than  double that number.   Calculating seven hun-  Cldred J>6ands of-beet^ to; the animal,^a low  average m beeves go in that section, tbat  .would yield eight and a half, million iporiridS  'of the finest beef in the world.   In 1871 the  yield of grain on the Traoquille, North and  .South Forks of the Thompson^.. amountedyp  one ami a quarter:-million pounds.' That was  /the product of less than a tenth of the land  .held under pre-emption, the  whole being  seven iiiaosarid^^ ty acres,  y which^^ should:be capable of producing at least  twelve million pounds.   Of bacon upwards of  df or ty' tbbusand pdun ds was cu red ���������.   A t o ne  i dairy/(Mr Jones'5) two thousand five hundred   / pbuiids of .excellent butter was made.   The  ; SpUlemeechiiie valley will produce fall wheat  of ill 6 J nest quali ty wl'thou t irrigatio n, in <e oh-  .. /.eeciuence of a fine surface >soiI and elay eab-  'A   Aoil The; Okaoagaa will yield on ly ,fal 1 wlieat  ;   -without:'irrigation; spring wheat, oats a^d  gatiori; - Theijield,bjf^heat r^gesi^pfff  ari4 Wlqwter tp^o'n^ '0W  the grain pro^cing^  perj cent !of lour^ As higb'asliiri^ .tpns^lof  p64tSes|b|s, ^fi'^fitS^^^ t^BW^  ^ereye^ ^xffiy  iagly^M^whUe those severer?fests pfeolL  ^jiafce, JndiAn, cornptc^atoa,ypu^k^ej  ^watfer fifeloni? 0^'even* tbe^rape vinVb^ve  beel ou^UyaUlwi^ grea^suw^  ^^ bavi^reeou^  ^h^pou|try *is ^r|tbeifm^  iW-Hh treesvgiving; ^,^^^^fPP^^^'  'anlii co^rit^^a^Cillifl^  *asrfe$na)?l������ the/horseman ^O.-pan^^t^ill^ip  ���������alko'st ive/y direction', andf io sorrie instances'  no;^s^^ionsttre pre|ejnte^tp^the^e,:^  ^re^^f^arri^e. ^e^e^^^p^i  as b^iiti������!VTeHeve^"fiy|ever  Uss]oni;bi faiil^nC^  indented by numero.ua :]akes and rivers tor.  smaller streams, everqr^he!^  fishsplcxcelleut,quality^ A;|flild cUiaate will  havlwWdy been m  Jtoat^ridjw seld onifeHB to a^ ;de^h|a|id: ��������� tfifffl*??  liS$-!Jpog������S^  and���������"'as'-afrule'come out inJgood conditionrAf.  tbeT spring. :Ga most of the grass -ranges  cattle; shiftingfortbemselves^through^t^  are.in.pri"^ eori^  %tbo cimnt^thu^rou^^,anS^el;^^per-  feotly sk|i|chea, tppe|are^ few, hundre^  settlers���������we really Mo n"bt .know h ow many.-  lSfthe/ vaillys o fSftfie < *I^mpspn, ^kanagan^  aak tikcLeGrefei^ tMre ^re a|out 6nehundre&  ^mlidren.^ST&eM xthezmMng of happy  homes for -tens of thousands. In truth no  more^Mi^ie^^ Jt  Is: hot umre^sottab le/tp ^hpp^ that j|ie;ppenipg  pf Jk.cjp,chv^ through the heart 'f  it, rind the^ifitieVfor travel presented by/a  vveek^linejof stages^ may^leM persons in  s^arclt of 'homes, lb* gor and ^ee^iqr tliemselves*  In^this instance, we feel, assure^ that to see  wHibe^^etiB&tKl^S^^01^ Ij'Z"  j',jfi&t:*^w<o <������ >.'t ������������������ v��������� '.'���������������' :: i ���������". yy>*y y^n:-  ?!'.i.Yrtfvy*  ���������As  iOX\y  y .Ty--.':  .'; *\ I -/   Y l\ ,������   ���������������       J-   ;'        ,rf������ \> -'���������  Us-i *.*���������'* ' .Ci'   '���������' t'J '-'-������������������! T*Ti   y   rt- i\{ l-i. !���������'-��������� i    WUi'<( i^ il ''   '''  i-yy ' ov.}< yyxy y  'XiyxyZ .iy'U  AtMi.  ..ypy-......  tit SiJMifi  XsrA������i>irii  M"'   'ZZmy. X tfmXl, 'Zzxx  ZZ A}-ivi*~-ri-'ii. 64 Zik:x  -   a > i,     -' " '  -    i  ./A(SUPPJ^OIiT^:  EBMd^fi^  Wt '/���������������*������,  xZ  yu  ityusi  i'���������'*<������������������ Ji'iS'K'.'i  lV������ * V  'J'tylUyy  -iioht]  -s. Wil"  ?.*mp'te-i$':swW  UX Jo ������-*?  riY^Wi  ���������.>.L.;tv;::i'|-.rt^-  m  mezzrxcwm  z\ ACMmnimmm^zi^i,  ��������� ���������'':��������� ���������-: y ''U'.-'y y.:, yy- ���������"fU ���������"' (,v''-6")ii yiii;: r'Yv ;'r. yyu-y.  Uyyyyyy y  ^VMsnoo^pi^F & ������Of  i;t^*j lyl y y^.yynuomZkm h^ii^hfi  i^z^GGmmm  \>r>y iwttux "ii 'zlyrv 'yXxy ' A$iiimAp\i  i^jtH IP-, 'uy f WZ'Z AAZkiipyy \ -' <-yt,y^yin  beg' to inform their friends -and tha.pnbrljttbat tW  hayo taken the well known rprfemlBOs In Barkeryllia  'iojlon^ ta������6rably.'pa^ri^  y-mZ,AmrAit^Z,,y xyi; Mq 'fy g|| g^/|i  ;){!;> a -j d | V T ,/^ 0%', m uu y y |3 ������������������ y jig V $| ��������� 11 y-y-;  (J " *   '< t y      ^Y',y^..'lfu       J thr i������J?;   ;'jJf  u y^'Zuu y glffs !| |f|f|g ^i g|iY  :.:'(sJ  ��������� *" ��������� i.  ^i f , y  umXiyuy  ->!l y :  Y:'Yi'  catfon'of !Bankni^y:'���������boailiig^dato the' 3Oth  day of J"n������e,/1872, hath been du ly filed - a gainst  ,!OSEBH tEOSTER'������������������'��������� HIXON,, of,.thc.; One;;Himdrod and  Fifty -Mm--House. XMWct: Arlaxaixdr^Vagon RpM,  in the" Province of .British. Columbia,. Trader, %M lie  haying been declared a Bankrupt, is hereby required:  to surrender himself to His :JBqiipr +.ChWf .Justice  Begiile, sitting in Bankruptcy,jph. tlio/iSd^day^of) September next, at Teii o1clock in tho forenoon precisely,  and ori the 13th day of September following at Eleven  o'clock in tha forenoon precisely nt QUESNELMOUTH, i������nd make,������,lull discoveryj;n;id;diaciositrc|of  his estato-arid effects,' when JanU Sphere tho creditor^  aro to cbme to prove their debts, and Jit tho llrst;  sitting to choose Assignees;land at tbo last si tting, the  said Bankrupt is ,������*4nlre(Mo*iflnteh his examination;  All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt, or that  have anv of his effects, aro not to pay or deliver the  same but to.Chas. E. Pooley, the Official Assignoe,  whom" tho Court has appointed.   .    '/y  ;     : CHAS.J.vPOOLFA',  ..���������. Victoria, 13th August, 1872.  Official: Assignee.  ; aulT lm  h.9".7{  *,,A������%z^4i  m  *>'Y  \y^  ifl i:.it,ui.iiii'���������> y yi iX:i���������  Yiy  Ai EE prepafea'' ttf 'mrnSR.Lvtmher at iheir^ills,-  '%&:��������� :}l^\^,^ie^y&cl\^QT ^iil^i9^iZyZZL i ���������;  :'k  iiOii; f���������;' ).tyH yy  dX> (?'f' n :Q.jTiB*'"Jt**- -il ���������! .  :CREfiK,"-'Z, *' AuiZlFy^yZt a[Za Z,  'A   "*   '    I'   .'   ytUX-Xi     M*.������^'A-M^irl - r-(f T     f  -"������������������" '.��������������������������� i ���������        ... - '   '"     .������������������-���������-. ,.. .\ ,,. ..-��������� --���������' >r ���������-,. -��������� y-U- ~. '������������������'���������'���������-������������������^'���������f)  YY a    ���������''������������������  .1- ���������������������������:.t^.';U-H  ^,.-j������-"i x'-: -- " '.M ���������,-������������������������������������'������'.v.v .���������-<>.������������������.!������������������ ��������� %;''  ;,Hoyjn'e;i-'Planing5Mac|i^  ^also-furnisli1'4 ��������� C ^"^ * b ;;; >: Zl'",l ' * ^' ***J-$ *���������**���������; *"'  ;^l^^R jipii^' y  .'at'satisfactoryrates-. ������������������:0>v ���������.���������:;/'','v;'/// '���������*:":i;"';^^yZ.  Di p 0 T *��������� F 0 E  ���������uy-iX Ji yuuxyjUs'U i fu?'t f,o;>#s;'^jf^ ���������;  cbhstahtly kepton hand. , ���������    -  ''.'.  . >ya  ?    >Cyyy ii" Jy..^. hurft^ tj jj'i^d  f'*^,ii,'" v������i    'Y,   uyyiiyui/t'   Z^umlK1:   *i*  imi&'&^M^AB^m^^y  '- A. uy   ^ "Z   KiZuu.X  ifiAiZy.  ik-^y  wiil'rDe;'aiwaW:Varefu  B'e^/andM ,aocomm'o,&'tiofl'j provided.: foMthejm>cttSv.-:  1  il!;;r������Ait?.i.?l iY^:!i?'vr; i&y>h&iim<U:qy t&i wx ���������  rf^'^ANfrHmi^  : Jfr ^^a^s"^piie*ttrWith <the best ofJ)0^ryJihlDg  Sthdt^5an.fbe, p^oc u^^>l %-'Pfl?S^^% d T '���������v ���������������ib ?i ik ir^4^ ^;: '  l|yY  i"  'iSmf:  if-1;  ^iTheCeleljratc^  aft*  YV  iRESHfe;6R00ND;lu,C^FiIEi,.  e'ratton.  ?������j'el7  JhG^GOQDSOJJ  ;*Kft.^u-������A  S HEREBY GIVEl* THAT THE STOCK  _ -Books of ..the Oanada Pacific Itoilway Company-  will be .opened on the First .day .of August nest (1872)  in the Province of British Columbia.,to wit:. in ;the  City of Yictoria, /ia the Krauts. \ of WniuM C. Warb?)  Esq.'-." ...::; ���������   >���������:,,  . Parties desirous of making application for Stock in  the said Com puny will please address themselves iu  ..the Province of. BritishCol umbiajo tfie per,son,herein  abovo raameii.  *> E-. LEF. DE BEIiLBPBUirXE,"  ..,   ,.���������, .���������.- .     -   .   - "Xy       "'���������         Secretory.  ���������to^lej, icv in iv^de^^ infe Zis^t^^thot^mA^ ,- :&?um .  Has commenced :her: Weelily-Trips, leaving  QuesneT on MONDAYS;' aiid Soda Creek on.  - - -MUJ)AYS at daylight.-   _iluralll<.'Ot! n?a*v v.  pASSAaw;-  /PftKiaHT,'  1 cent per lb. y j  i������*'Goods consigned to us from helow  fbrwarded, Firee ot,X}harge for ^forage ��������� or  ., MABTIN ^ WRIGHT.^  ;QueslM,Hajfr 1872.;; asfl| to,,;  -D EG.TO ANNOUNCE THAT THfcYHAVE.BBMOWD  U ' to the spacious premiseB former y/kno^^s;tbo  StV":Getirge*>iSaloonViwheTO  jyreparetl-tofurnish ..,-r.,y  -yu- -I4i& 'Amyyf  ^.1-oFy jjheVSes't ' qm^Dt,^.  r ���������The; BAH'1^ furiiisned wit^'tli.e^'on^^WKS  ^���������SORSa^Q^^^"':^^-"^^1-  "������������������ V Y-'/^02  oara, -.tt '���m.
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BktlTRDAY, AUGUST 24, 1872,
gradually become the abode of a happy*
numerous and contented population. People
will rush to settle along the line of a wagon-
toad who .would have/shrunk with horror at
the bare idea 'of- planting their-stakes in a
country access to which could only}be ob-
(ataed by, an old Indian or Hudson: Bay trail.
���The schoolmwt^'^iil soon; loHowz-Jn the:
wake of the mail-carrier and stage-driver, and
the hope of future prosperity and the proper
ed acatioo bT bis olfepr ing ���; wil I Soon co nsol e
the i ndus trip ns settler for /the . existence and
ehdurabi&e--of ���many present Inconyei\ences;
It is.also cot at nil unlikely that the irrepressible, untiring; and,omnipresent miner will
yet have a good deal; to say iii tho deyelope-
rae'nt of the resources of cthe grent Okanagan
country. The gold mines on the Siniilkameeu
river and Rock creek have long been known
buQic^er thoroughly;developjidT and;.the
Cherry creek silver . is ,' known"" to be rich,
although the mine has never been properly
opened or the ledge thoroughly traced. The
increase in the fac il itiea of comrnii ojcation
may^possibVy; uaye'^he'.eSeetpi drawing some
attention lo the existence of this/ latter mine,
which has for various reasons been long
neglected. The making of this Okanagan
,. ytagon-road ;will,.w.e Are satisfied, result most
*��nd settler.   In other word^ tbe wa^
. Z.A*y x-rm.icopmi^zZiyzZ writ triij ��� be recollected by ���: mnitf of cror
readers that a- Oonslderable ��tni of mooey
ivas>vofed last year by the^ locaV Eecislature
if this Provibcefor the purpose of^e-pairjog
ihe^wftgon road vrtheh; ia: existence ^between
jiqee of continuing thatroad to what perhaps
^ajj-;norunjustly^be .termed the garden ippt
^ta suras voted' for both these objects
Amounted to seventeen thousand dollars, and
It is a source of borne satjefaction to know
^I>��^Tb Ox^jecJ ^?��i ��a :fa t -r ^a^Ue^Q.v^cWe Ved >
AnA-nl':^n{i^'^^^*o( fi'rst;(rate' natural
^idvaiitages and resources has at last been]
'���iii Tlie';imdersi^ noiwl pre
My Barkerville,- ^M^IifMd*
road between BielifieM and - Winn winkle
appears to be completed, and a line of etagesj
to and ftbmHhe Okanagan every'^fcui^ri
/���<an the^resultsiof this/work io j/aJbebeficial
try through Which tbe ^
*>f large /tracts , and stretches of. the., finest
Arable'la^whioV only tuydy m Zhjigh
\" and' the trouble of sowing. fo" render it"the
best grain producing part;of the, Province!
: '   'A'Z       lXXU'f     T'iY.YV/     L
borders oil
'���: U '
Its   climatic
/ptft of
.���, ���^,-_���.. iThelhills are5
Hhongtimot thickly timbered, a'
....,- ,.,t. i.i-}-zi,* ..,.^,jha��/K<'.' t^n*
^.The co
which has impeded and retarded the settle*
ment of the country'has been the want of
proper meahSjOXoproniunication of aoy and
every description^jtNb'w that tbese?causes are
being rem6ved, there is reasonable��� grpund!
tor hope that the country will gradually but
surely become settled, by a thriving, indusj
trious and ihleTligeht.p6"pulation. "'-���;'. \
*���������, I have been instnioted-by'the Secrotary- of the-PtT-
Btwerance Company/HoYgell, at Public -Auction, thc
JiitercSit;otPATRTCB: KIRW IN in thesaid Glaim. si tu
"/Zi^* 'X'i*}-Sg
which Jim|a1^^ J?��5
and beautiful in ap;.^? an.ee.   To a traveller,
iis park like look js perhaps its most remark-
/,Ubl��'feature!/:.ItsSndulaiibg hUis,scattering
ireet; and tracts of prairie, clear streams anicl
Icrvely take^Sj give it thatappearaace, but on-
v��* 1 arge and' magnificent scale; XM must not,
"however, be supposed that this country is
Ao Us cn^bUHies? ^t tK
go)A esciteraentAnA the T^pnipson riy*r ?n
?^1858Jta, existencei and nature, w^teownto
'��� ^buadredsi and has since; beeome Knowttj to
thousands.^ fbe^c^rse^
dhentvdi^cSbt, ho^er^riw/thRt wkjt and;for
" "years 'difc/feriile^
ITI^mpsoa river/tot^th>
Inave been;neglectedTOtb^
mountainbu?iX^oMi^h^Zg^ /ajboupds,
but is bard" to: obtain and more difficult to
a settlement ot many; people atwfi^
tas the Mission.   Goiiifl: out from Kami oops,
>*ho valley of. ^e;Shgswap river is partial|y
��ettled,  and  many -^
:   ��mj^"fc^^ul^^d^ :ihe
. .^fdistrict. I.. Z$hp:: ^grc^^draw^k / in xibfo: phe
i section of ^ountry^ai;S>eeni yt^^anl/of j a
~ market, ihw
wortlrsfjeakiBg of in the immediate vi.cinlty,
�����nd no road by which the produce of 4be
farms could be transported to this or any
���other^centre of population, or even to a gristmill. ;^is^)^^eyer, has produced one behe-
���ficial result, for it induced the settlers to devote their attention almost exclusively to
^tb^-^aisiDg, ipv. *fvhich it is.'as- well;: adapted
as any part of the colony',At^Oregon or Washington Territory,janA the.consequence is that
��that part of the country is to-day most plea-
lifuW stocked with the very -best kind of
���.beef .cattle, which luxuriate; in thousands on
>ihp;^^^aslitre; lands of British' Cplbtribia.
��^Cattle4nd4beir own sustenance during the
winter, and will  keep in  good/condition'
thrbugboat,vexcepi iu  exceplioaably  cold
seasons.   Now, however, that the country is
'being opened up by means of a wagon-road,
farmers willy have less dpoulty in finding a
market lor their produce, and will be Induced
.&> rlevote more sttention to the growth: of
^real* ar.4' other 'crops.   OristPand dumber Iof tbe ^am^-
At'lXo^cloclc in.the Forenoon,    ', f
A*Z*.ZJ*i&*^?&ZZZy i
$uch Salc'/will take^placo' nt thoy"abovft^time> and
place;"unless tbe :Assessments due-and, accruing due,'
and all costs ana charges, are paift b&'ore that time^
;tfi.Vi  .-, ,,/���f,.4GEO./BYB^ES'Auctioneer'!:'
^BafkVrvliie,^ ' ;^au27i
Ylihaye bc^n instructed >^
>C5ommissi6nei^:;to;seirb^ Auction, at /Barker-
ville>^>n^^yAXXy^     x,y ., , ";.   ,/>.'"        '���.;"���   Xx
- Z    ,NEXT,;   /    -
YAt Twelve oTclock Noon, y
me?JSTEbS^S- GOllUXi: CHIsMLMj^deCeSsed,., in
the;McLau gfi!in ./Goiiipany,': cpnsisting/of OXjS' HXliF
.o^axewbole Claim;". ��� l-yy:,-{��� ��� '���-  ,��� ,,����� , "
I have also been instructed by the Mdrtcagee<to
sell the INTEREST of^^ JAMES McI.AUGHLTN in the
above Cialnii consisting of ONfi-KALF of: the whole
Claim.:.__.w;^ ._ ^.._        ... - '"���
: : The McLaughlin Company baro the privU'ege of 100
inches of water from Walker's Gulch
.. The AuctSbnoiar *wnr'6.ffer :tbe;svhole of tho Claim/
Tools,'Kfexes, Watc5rTr,ivileges> &c, in ���*ori:e:'-lot; at:' a
rtsserved price. ;if the Chum; does not bring that
price, then-ihe Interests, of ;C,.��Chisholm. deceased
will be putujpandsold'V^^ ���
;-;������'��� :,;���;. ceo. byrnes,; .';';
/'���'��� X * -XU''''���',/��� "./ * i i-AO : . Auctioneer.; ->
^/iarkerTmeiAugusV10,^872.::r.,- ;. ^au27
Dissolution of Partnership
il ���*; the-Partnership heretofore'existing between the
undersigned as Blacksmiths lias this day been di?.
solved by mutual-consent.   / Y
All accounts duo to UioFirra mupt be paid on or
before the 15th September next to W 13. Uameron,
or legal proceedings will-be instituted for ibtir recovery. "   :
^ ���. ^   W- B, CAMERON.
-X'  1 'Z'X        JAJ1KS AMM.
Barkcrville, August e, 1872.    f.
The above business will in future be carried on by
W. B. CAMEKON in liis own name, who will keep
constan tly on hand a large supply of all kinds of
iAAii kinds of I ������'*; .��� b'��rMA>;y     ���  y .!" *
|he;'."present .Beef {Mbnppol
:f^ean''/seilf-''the:\AwApwill: be:;the price.
Wins ^Opposition- Will be a permanent in-
hgifeUft Farmersy of
���Brltish--���oluini>ia'' have ������got Cattle 'fbi*
s <uwj.iw on
;;:; ^te^paabl^terms.--';;.,
"���������'���'������ ��� ���   nulTlm
:      NOTICE. i
*toe ; TjxbB&si&msD BEisra about
JL    tp close b usi n ess, req ucs ts tha t all pari J es; in ���
debted to him by Notes or Book Accouuis will mako
/  "OOLXJMBIA, hbldea at Hicbfield.
Io re .Samuel "Walkbil ,
���$mr- Orders left at. Mr Kelly's, Barkerville
it..i���� AitPnfltttl tn. uiy.25.��
mllB will $* Wilt %ad tbe >oomiry
tfrufcOT&fc, Angnat 17,' IB7%
Not ice 1 a : hcreb y' g i von that tb e fi rs t m cot ing of
Creditors of Samut'i "Walker, of Bnrkervllle, who has   will be. atteodetl to.
been adjudged Bankrupt, having bevn held .befcrb
tbo Judge of ��� the above Cu urt��� t h Tliursday,  lh�� 8th- ���"
.day of August last, the Court lias appointed a public
sitiing to be held on the 31st day of August instant,"
at the Court House,  KlchMd, at 11 o'clock in the ':-^,-��''i**i�� '^tr>r*vfW'D
forenoon, far tha said Bankrupt -to pass his last exam*   ^THE UNDERSIGNED :**^fl^feSitrity,��
iintlon.     . ... /���   -'������ '������������������'::- ���'*������������ A
Dated this IStb August, A.D. IsT2.
; . /:    ��� JOSEPH PARK,   ,
��� 'aiill -'    i^oauscl'for tho'5*iU^ctitiob"5?t
jl    instructions to offer to touu on-Good Securny
.. Uw Thousand Dollar^ in sums.lo fluit 4ho�����PP,,.C"J   ' Il  */  b  3  5  llo  itt.  r:  SATU^PAY;jAyCTST^4,,1873  ��������� - ^^r^MlNlSe'lNTELLIGJBKCfcy  . WILLTAMS^CRKEK.  The Weil Mary Apnevco.- cpntinne taking  out good paj.^The/Gas^ The  Cornish 'ix^^^ti\yAx^^������yf\&iAi above  Richfield have^stqpped forj^ntfj of water,���������;  The Forest Rose^/co. af^uqaUfij)'to do much'  on account iofMe iinx���������\KfAAf'^A\^t^ The Bal-;  laratcp. paid ,73 02! lasttweelfi %$  .":,'' ^Zl 1 "Z : '������������������  THE* MEAhpwsii 'Xy  , The/Lftne A Kiiftz co';!have5completed the  chamber rpqhd'tbe-sh^  ini for the pp. rppee of' catchjpg- ai 1 \ the water  above the bed-rock. Pumping was com*  menced yesterday- evening}fthdtit iHbelieved  tbat no difficulty will be .experiencedVft11 l^e  present machineryan, mastering "the water*   ?  The Walkem co. are on bed. rock, which isj  however, pitching. Jthcy/>re/rnhintng thej  drive ahead in order to*bottom the deep  ground.0 T 1 ?\ Ai a I H C: T ������ ;1! H ��������� ��������� .<V>"; ;  LIGHTNIX6CRBEK.VYK: ;  The Ross co. are running .oyer deep ground  and will shortly tap their upper/ idlings.���������  Tbe Point co, tppkout.47^z.' Iaif.week, and  have struck ground 'which* they/ expect will  pay well. There is no further ^news of any  consequence from this creclyl  ���������\ .<  Z   AROUSE CK^EK^H!  The Salt���������'SpVin^cd.;'fiare*/b"e0n taking out  pood pay and have a large strip5"Osgood  #round |p." clfan ,up.r ,Tbo Lady.of 4he Lake  co.are:sUUdffthepay. ������Z&tfyZ*fy ;  ,'���������yy Za :v������;���������jiJ.x^rmn,^n^KiZi U1,u'il  The Eureka*; 0;^^ in bedrock".  The Tudor Vorareclearing^oui the tail-race. ���������  yjyZyi   irHARVKYChREK. "'��������� y-/'  No news has arrived"this'week from this  creek.^. -*'^ i-yX y-XiU^ vZ. kv.:'*%  ul:':?A&hrt fWMW$W <&***��������� 0 s: i:ii  Th* Sharp and Standish companies are  hydraulicing and cleaning up. The Cunning-  "baixi,.co. art* baling water for the .purpose of  p 111 i i n g \ tt. t hei r) elevators. Thei r .'wheer I and  b n tat i ng t pear .i s. co m pi eted*,, This comp any  will; piit'iiVa.eieiern^ah'd rai������e; the water to it  by m"*ans of:.a wooden pump; , lrrom that  place it will be raised by means of elevators.  MINING RECORDS,  .' ^^./ckrrHLET. ceebkV/; "-'*'  l������ly "24���������Casirnir co.���������Ilecowled in favor  of ..C������.si./Leoto.."thos. Havward, friXallier.B.  N. MmuVv, A. Jeffrey, N. If. Foster,K H. Kimball, 7'creek claims; commencing about 500  ft������#t below Leotofs/'cabin and' runninjr/^up  . sire a ni front the nce.700' fee t..// ; /'..,, '  July.31���������Recorded in favor of Alex. Tnon-  ������?enin and^Chavles Thouventn, 2 creek claims  Jo tbe canyon, about. 200 yards above the  Thouveniu cabin and running down stream  ' 200 feet.   ! 1 Z.  ZZ , '   ,'��������� .-u-Z' . Z  ��������� NELSON CUEEK. ���������������������������::'���������.  August'7-���������^Recorded ia favor of Ah Joan.  1 hill claim on Nelson creek, adjoining the  -upper line of Ah King's claim.   August 8���������Recorded in favor of Ah Sing,  Ah Moon, Ah Fook, Ah Kut. Ah Tchun, fiye  bill claims on right, hand side of Nelson creek.  commencing ,at;t wo cabins on lower part of  creek and running up stream 500 feet. To be  known as tbe "ih Sing1 CO.. and to be worked  with tbe Noble cow whtfiti latter co. is in future  to form part oi said Ah Sing cp.;   "-PETERS CREEK*.   '*  Halliday co.���������August 9-r-Recorded in favor  of Alex. Halliday, Andrew Anderson, Theo.  Lindhard, P. S. Bautn, John Love, and Thos.  Halliday, six creek claims, commencing about  500 feet below Campbell creek and running  down stream 600 feet To be known as thc  Halliday co. Xi^uZ  LAKE GULCHv-   yN  August .12���������Rocordod in favor of Soloman  Cadman, Ed, Black well, J. L. McMillan, Wm.  Houghton, Peter Sangster, Martin Bigliell,  Rod. McLean. John Robertson, If. S, Brown,  and Finlay Farquharson, 10 hill -claims 011  Lake gulch and west bank of Burns������ereek, the  yitpperline -jolnlng-the Old Dominion co. and  running do������vn Slough creek. To be known  as tbe Alabama co.  ;       LIGUTNIXailkEEK.. /,  South Wales co.���������August 12���������Recorded in  favor of Evan Jones and Henry Brackmnn,  ������ach 315 feet; Sam Roberts,;2G2i feet; John  ������Gannon aad Richard John,.each 210 feist; I).  T. Smith, J.F. Gerald, & Edwards, each 157i  teet; W. R. Jones, Andrew Jeffray, and John  "Wilkinson; each 105 feet,-coissisting/crf 400  feet creek.claims on Lightning creek and 400  leet creek claims on Amador creek, and 1100  jtei hill clAims!; r^-uecoid- ;- _y  TBLB BULKHEAE).  a uk Telegraph  r; For the information df the people of Barkerville we herewith publish the reply of the  Chief Commissioner of Lands ahdvWoiks ip  answer to the application made on behalf of  the inhabitants of the town, requesting the;  assistance of the Government iu the building  of a bulkhead for the purpose of protecting  that part of tbe Yate and Cameronton wagon  fpad which runs through the town of Barker-1  ville. It will be seen that the absence of the  Lieutenant-Governor:and the Attorney-General has rendered it impossible for the Chief  Commissioner to give anything like a definite  answer to the application, al thoughtbe reason;  assigned te not to us a satisfactory one. It is  stated that the relief required ,,i;'  Lw������^ifr'R.BTSfcMick-  ing, Superintendent of' the Telegraph Line in  this Province, arrivedhere^oni Yale on Wed-  nesday. the 21 st inst., b 11. a, iou r. of i 11sp.eetip n.  Mr McMicking found the 1 ihe below: ���������_ Quesnel  in' fai r work in go rdipr, b ut i h a very: bad sta te  between;the latter placo and Barkerville*'-^  This lias arisen from various causes.-- ,Tlie  c ouniry .'-is heay ily. t i m be reel, an d., th a re are  many shbrt'enryes in; the road.. Tbe posts  w ere not origin ally 1 oil ged at a; buJU c i e h t  dep th- i n the gro 11 ndV and beingf 0 f te ii" placed  io.tbe ioojte earth thrown up from the cuttings  and grading*,on- tbo wagon road * were east iy  thrown, out of :position by. tbe,severe frosts of  Cariboo winters.. .The strain on.the posts at  the different angles and curves'on tbe road  has beep great, and they/have'11ms been  easily pulled out of position *qr had their in-"  sulaiors, &c, disconnected. Wec have much  pleasure, however, in stating that,Mr Mc-  Slickiug will immediately put on a gang'of  invoivcs:: an  expenditure * beyond ' tbo vote passed by the | men who will put the line in thorough work-  Housc for the district of Carib90." .AYe.,can  not at all" see the matter-ih the same(\ightj  There was a large sum of money voted for  tlie repair of the wagon Toad above Clinton;  This roadway ends at; Cameronton and runs  through this town, and surely money spent  for the protection of-tlie road'ought in all  ing order between this place and Questjel;  Ne \v offices, will also b 0:0 peri .ed.; on e b f which  will be at Vanwitiklo and another at..ther127  mile4 house. -The first-named /offlce/ will,  especially during the winter timcj be of .the  greatest use. The viotenf drifting storms that  occur diiiing that seaeph are constantly interfering in some way or other with the proper  working of the line, and during their conttmir  fairness to be considered as included within | a^'an^o^ Vo^sm  the terms? and meaning of tho > vote.,: Jt the | fi,jjle impossible for .the operator to make his  road were properly protected'from tho over ) way over the mountain to Vanwiukle in order  flow of the creek there would be no necessity \ to repair breaks tl.at may have occurred be-j  for any repairs at this point, and if the Gov  ernment do not and will not protect their  own. road,.the making of which.has certainly  been weir paid* for byr the people - of; this  Province, they ought ju all ^common decency  to reimburse the people of Barkerville and its  vicinity for ,the.large outlay which they have  annually incurred in repairing, it'at ibisppih t,  and in future themselves !<eep the road ip  such repair^ that it will; bo. passable at all  times for all kinds of conveyanses and open  to every kind oftrafSc.jf In tho meantime, we  have strong hopes that, what we believe to  be, the reasonable request of tbe citizens Of  this place will be acceded to, and a sufficient  sum be granted to carry out their wishes in  tbis' regard.*'���������'���������.The; foilowing is a cbpy of the  Chief Commissioner's reply:/ ; .  Lands and Works Department, ^ /  Victoria, August 5.  \  Sm,^-I have the honor to acknowledge the  receipt of a Memorial, dated the 2Glh ult.  from the inhabitants of Barkervitte,. asking  the Go vernineri t to ud 0 p f in es su res to pre ven t  the overflow of the town by the waters of  William Creek.        . . j  In reply, I beg to state for tbe information  of tho Memorialists, :thafehis.Excellency tbe  Lieutenant-Governor and tbe Attorney-General being absent at Skeena, s^meeting of Jhe  Council, wblch is'necessary,'cannot be convened until their return^ Tbe Council alone  bas power to decide upon the relief asked, bs  it involves an expenditure beyond tbe vote  low tbat place;//The;9*o.'orator<-at Soda creek  has also had too great a'length of line to aU  tend to, and tbe.establishment of ah office ajt  the 127 mile house will make ; the distaueea  b et ween tho ^differ cb t ^stations tn ore equal /  Th ree new and experienced; operators have  also' bee"n" fem pioyed, so that there is n0w  every probability "of the line being very soon  i n a > sa ti sfactorys ��������� worki ng con d i 1 i on. "If u ch  trouble has been expenehced-invtbe. working  of tbe cable across tbe Straits, especially be������  t\^een/San Juan and Lopez, Island si where-the  Tine -is- laid across stib-aqueous canyons, :and  is liable to much swingiug and abrasion from  tlie ac lion of a enrren^ which at certain stages  of the tide can hardly be stemmed. TMs is  now, however, being obviated, as a.newCcibie  is being manufactured which will:be laid in an  other place, where it is hoped a good.bed for  it wii 1 bo fouud. .The cable'in previous use.  was an oil one. In f act j, the line was: ealab-  1 islied 0 n as cheap a basis as -.possible, and  has therefore been Diablo to; be constantly  falling out of repair. Mr McMicking is, now  arte rap ting to put it in good working! pr;(|er  through out the Province, and we only' hope_  that he may succeed even beyond his expectations. A good Telegraph line is a great boon  many country.;;    . Z.X\ ���������....   .... K -:. ...[������������������  The Rev. Father McGucken arrived from  Alexandria ycsteKdayi; wh������re hersi^^ the Chil-  coateh Indians. 'Everything was quiet among.  tbem, and, tbe���������. repotted.fdisturbance ,wasva*  mere myth. Mr O'Reilly, J.P., was at Alex-  andria, having come through from Bute Inlet-  and wpnld .proceed^torthelbWeribountry immediately.  Official . Movkmekts.���������If. it Ball, Esq..  ,:^.Y:;;BARNARD'S..;,,; /  Eipres sfiineStages  "' ��������� i  CARRYING Hv:M. ���������WOL&i.y:  ���������!.ii';j"..���������-';':������������������������������������'-yyiiyjuigitfy-yU ���������������������������: ;'Y  Begul^r "Weekly; ;Trip3  /y - hpm, Barke^lie,'/,,; :  Yi',1  II  SATDBDAYS.   "''"' STAGES' W'Z'  ������:������ ������-j' f.  gan  1. .f/ **',  'r.T  '.'I /' ! ���������* .'.... ','  Under temporary' arrangemeht for; convey���������  Z yf    '��������� *"c^^ ^''���������Maiitttptf^ .'��������� "���������'"���������'  ;;     ,-; ������������������ y.y y) yj    -. .;-y;���������     t* ., ���������,<tl'":.��������� Y������������������.'���������'���������   ')   - , ."5;  Tho undersigned has placed a line of Passeo*  :./^:: ger Stages on the,,.-/;; .y:i. ...A   .._., ._  . ; t   "I  Running in close connection with" the Stagea  fr6mrY.Se)JtoswrkeiTH xxiyi x .���������  ��������� -Persons; vi ailing- the Okanagan District-wilt  find"thisiby,far thermostconvenient tmode".of  travel."'*'      "/*���������.���������' " ��������� 'A .���������'/' ������������������'  ,*  * r:$gar Stages leave Cache Creek on Wednesday 'mdrn'ings at l������ o'elock] and; will1 retu-ra  the/followiiig week in ti me it to^connect Ari til  tbeStagcs going North arid South..^v.:>i>  Will be transacted7oreir IbW'TouWi/Freight  caiTicd".Z-:Parcels delivered.' /Commissions,  executed.^Collections:made..:; iZyyy Y;i/;-  >au24 2m/- -/ -aF. J.yBARNAHD & GO,  AdrninistratOT's^^S  Re ADAMPi HKFLEY," deceased.  ;,; ^wnibosoid,  ;y<  passed by the HousVfor"the"district of Cari- Goid" Commissioner, M^:^O^V^^;  boo       x  y.. ,    Chief Constable, left on official business lor  good enough, therefore, to Jnform the Harvey and Keithiey creeks and t^c!* orks o|  nts of the "town that I shall lav tbo Me- Quesnel. The Gold ^^mi88lone^l^nhX  I before the Governor in Council at its! a Court of Revision at Harvey creek on tne  2Gthinst. ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������������������������� y :Y-      :   '  Be good enough, therefore, to .inform the  residents of the town that 1 shall lay tbo Me-  tnoria  earliest meeting, and inform  tbem  of  tbe  result   I have tbe honor. <&c,  ;."���������* Gko.. A. Walkem,   ���������  Chief Commissioner of Public Works..  To J. H. Todd, Esq., Chairman of Committee  named by inhabitants of Barkerville.  Count of. Revision.���������-On" Monday, tbe 19th  inst, a Court of Revision was held at Richfield, at 11 o'clock a.m., in ��������� accordance with  the notice issued to that effect, before II. M.  Ball, J'>q., Registrar for tbe Cariboo district.  Out of 229 claims sent in, 223 were allowed,  seven having been objected to, and tho object  tion sustained in six instances. One gentleman wbo claimed the right to vote for having  pannvAail hiaAtparion   h������A hioplcurn /li Bill n. W������������H  Three names were struck oil* the. list iu consequence of a change in the qualification. Another ekim ou account of money paid for,  provisions, instead of board and lodging, wai  erased. Another gent lemon who .claimed to  vote in consequence .of the possession of a  mining licence, but on which it was not al-  leged/a mining claim had been recorded, was  h 01 permitted to : go u p 0 n t he Regis ter. T li e  last person objected to, who h^d claimed the  right to vote upon a mining certificate alone,  having proved thejegai possession and record  of a claim under the terms of tbe Act, succeeded in having his claim amended arid his  name placed upon the Register.  The Rev. Mr and Mrs Hall arrived from  below on Saturday morning; the 17th inst..  by  Barnard  &  Co.'s  Express.    Mr   Hall  preached th������ uext day (Sunday) in the Wes-j  leyaaObapfcl tobi large mA attentive sudi^ce,  : MuJkssup, Superintendent of education in  this Province, is expected to arrive by tbe  express today on his annual, tour^of inspection. It is probable: that Mr Jessup will  bring a teacher with hjm for this place. A  teacher is much needed hero at present.-: .:  Ltoht.v!>;o Express.���������Harry Wtlmot will  run a double line of Express-Stages from  Barkerville to Lightning Creek and back,  aud from Stanley, on Lightning Creek, fito  Barkerville and back, ;leavlng Barkerville  and Stanley every morn ing at 8 O'clock a.m.,  and returning the same;day* .uyx -y X  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.  mi.  1  be monopoly hitherto maintained in Beef  has for a long time been a petions.complaint  of" the people of Cariboo; Nor is it just that  the farmers, having thousands of head of beef  cattle, should be debarred from bringing them,  into our markets, by. tho market being con*  trolled by a single indiyldiial who, as it has  bceu proven repeatedly/lowers the price of  beef when other's:di*l?e in stock so that they  shall not realize- expenses, only to raise it  again when the market is in. his own hands.'  To counteract thiSjil am prepared to bring  in the farmers* surplus stock, which I propose  to sell at a small profit" only, and according  to the prices bfciow. The Opposition, by  adopting- this rule, cannot be run off. I pledge  my word that it will not be bought off, and 1,  confidently confide in you for patronage aad  support , y-iy-  y ' . J. W. LiNDHARD.  YaD-wmkle, Aug. 23,1873.:/- x f ��������� ;  At the late Mr Hefley-s Farm,  'ZZ.  CoDiistiog of - - .  .Horses, Young, Stock,  "a-   COWS,    ���������       i;y  Implements of Hiisbandryt  Crops, "&o/-'.'V,  At the same time,,by:, order of the .Court,  will be sold the interest of Mr Hefleyia th*  Farm and Lands occupied by him;   ;  JOHN SAUL,  au 10 Agent for the Ad minfotrator.  DR. CIHPF received by last Ex.  v press Rome '  which can be, relied on    persons  vho Uare;not'been^ccinaM^  ���������^e time should take advance of  this opportunity, mconsequmic^  the reported.prevalenoe oi Small 1  in the lower couniry.  ox  barefally ?  ^Prescriptions aud'Fi������Bj;^ip������J  ourst^y prtp ������re4 WF*  a&* ley.  %: .-.  t#-.':Y.\!  ?st.'  I-  If; "y  %A  'v ,:.  A day or two^imse.a^^  mm  ..'*.'.���������  ;\ifilr  /^Do jtfui:^^  man, bowing arid holding his;ha^ef6reDtiaU j.  .ihb"bth:ibanda> u "'x,%iX.:,*'/; -. yXZ y.X yy^y^:^  y-C*U:-^HU..^: yi'yzy^yy. t,*-.y   :. yyy^ ,y ���������Usmyy  "No: I;, really can't recollect you now,  -young roan," replied'Mr Sturgisyiooking in-  ^qairlngl^ over, his ledger.    ,T ���������4 .. ,,. /  &|?< Bon^-yW ^member" girln"gi $2 ��������� 50 40|n  -poor boy a fewSears 'ago ioi-'start in a new-  , -paper business ?" continued the youngman  X y  ti.  I don'fc remember you," and Mr Slurgis went  s ���������;><inexarainlng^3j^^r-rr?} "    '���������' ; ;��������� ������������������'/ ���������"?  ./';  '^WdjVMr Sfi^Irf|a^to tell you thatl  cam ������tbat'ib;dy^,and'tba^oucj]'������indneB^vhia'de a  <    i^Wm^W^^W^ flo%isn%*bp0  ������������������'/'��������� ;;iie.ss���������tbe ciiar business^-and am ! well enough  -off to keep, myt;horses, and .enjoy a credit  y-.'    it<\- .1 "yy.-'.ji ,.-u ,������r<Af������.   ly/  y,y-?li*^n*';- "    'V:v.  .   .���������,-���������-,.���������*:'  /   >nraongbusm  tber$2 SOrback with.royrtleepefffobligations^  nnd the young toan^banded a $10' t>fir to Mr  ^/yyY//*������^  " All right," said MrSfcurgis," you can leave  Esomew^ere/or else twe, have/been ���������deceived."  ;^,Tnen;Hr, Sturgis filled> up. tbe folio wing fq&  ling scoundrel���������^-.^; ,;'   "    "   -<  " * That was all be said, except to gnard * his  cashier Against making any  affiiir^ft8;he;didn;t3ike,;to;have his friends get  ���������hold'of it. i Oh,; no- J-^(Cincinnati Enquirer.-  *���������*WMM������P  '-**V" *"' ���������'. -'fMISOBBLANEOUS.,     < "     - ���������  :    " Ob; hang.the.interest!1 --Good moTnlng���������  ::.....,..,.,..;.,....i;...,.,,,,r_... ___.,���������.. ,.,,ffl0^^  ' the greifc -importer'looked -up and'saw the  p|i|| | y all. |u| of ^t0, ?fmy  , . Si i^lr Sirgla! IJve'jpst gojl ^a splaB  : AZiui ZAZAyXyAxiZy i -   > JI * d "fech.ajQ c e If^to ^ make j some _.; m oney li nt. A..  man!���������who has just>failed!���������round on Beaver  -BiuyZ   '/HKle^ine  have t-20001 Havana  f' Hhi'uV. *, ^'. fcaL������W*( ��������� -.y���������.���������.-i-t-U'j������������'������a������^!*i.  ;..'.! Yj  'the money for balfAa^bourP xyXy  ^ And .thsoy |ho y:JUog;r������iaa ceased-for ,w^ant  *of breath. _  _   ^    _ ''  '  *or)\ yon; go armind to Reaver sireefc, pay the  ;$T5, and^bringi^l;2000 Cigars ihere   to ie  xv  ,A No trouble at all, sir," aaid Mr Sturgis;  ���������f^!?^a^ -W;: W,  :t^vBuVelft������irf Iteafraid/you ������6uot*my i^l  ^grityj" interrupted theyoung man, looking  \ .������ Well, alLright?' said MrSturgis. A Go'A  morning, sir.1? latld feyoung man left w%  , /    h^pride^eeplywo^ X?tyZx]Z  r^Theoext d^ySlie^ood yo^pMaaicalledr  .!?agaifc,iV1ir Stiirgisv^ras out���������ia the back  ���������:��������� ���������..���������.;"T'Yy-y'' .w '���������.:"4fc������*5:!f v.v.;.,;-  ' ��������� r-v ������������������:..-..::; ;������������������, ������������������:.... j,^,  rpojn.    . t; . -,,������������������.���������:. ..r ... ���������>. ���������  y.yX.ty  ':. ?^/|^^(2^u^  -other ^ayfe;.jte asked,Ystepping^ up to the  -���������cashier./.,������������������*/; ;���������"';'"������������������. Zy xiy^y.-'.-/__������������������;/���������.   .; ���������  ;-?-;  : ^,".Y^ ; -i?*j  .^;';iowfi'd'jtfo S;:Stnrgis,hutit Was  Ifr RusRell Sturgis, and ifyou?ll please hand  , lt,bac!rriM,;;;/ "/'"'"���������������������������      ' r tf. Y ouJl 1 tr v and. s w 1 n dl e mm oh n^ w fii������������- f ��������� 9  yBhbuted.Mi;; Stiirgi?,,comiqg out'of the back  roorai; "No, air/ m.r honest young man j <T  *tfila*k;;;I^e? wastedYjusfc about two dollaVs  worth of time on you, and we'll keep this  ���������little amount to remember you hyJ1'',-,   ���������   *  Mr ^t^kM^^^v^^^ot away much  ^.aggrieved.   He looked the picture of injured  lonpcSice,: '^lj^! %&iie melted' "Mr' Sturgis'  lieart;;/,I^,a.n)o^ that perhaps ihe  young;man mjght^^boright after all, and he  ieent] the porter to ^overtake him with his  ^2"5a iyXi^-y -   :y   ��������� Xy."  ^^^;;.M as; to  "'  the intention of the/young; min.   This morn-  ing the bank sent ;tiack������ the; -$m   It^ was a  y f������V^!?Se^^counterfeU.   It decoiyed be  jwak aifirst;   Mr/Sturgis looiefl aUho^il! a^  '.���������iii v:/.i^ ;yfi������-"ryy.ZZx* ly iy'^)Hyo y,- yyj!  < <������x! Town Cf��������� .Barkcryille are*r^q;uestocl/.by^Hhe: Jire  Waixlcns-to ;v'l" * '.   V.-il* !"'. Y.rv-   -,:, /., /;  |y1|^tiM:;^  and/also to clear away *t*4j9.IJ3*fC and otherncombusti-  bi b*. matter^ f romvt'Ke! rbef iii the .-��������� neighborhood of Ai a  pipOYY-y' ; , V'Yi'.. V > v '���������'-'���������; J.-:- ���������' ^<  'ZUU^^  ��������� )  fry'; ".' rU-rS-f ', j >:���������"'; nr/rvY1'-! ^"hnvev "5i,;,r;/'!*l* ^  ;;;.���������!���������:!��������� >V 'lyYYy :y\> ���������- vyyUu.- ���������:,:: :������������������; f���������.l G yYiY ;1 Yy .,': Uy ���������  ������������������.*/':������������������  ,mMMmvwiw-mw������&i3&i  ihy>y Y,Y;^rYYy4!'  *--.;.,'....'*���������������������������;  '  'v Y!'i,.YY,0,Y .������������������.���������:'/?>  ^/!;/:Y:Y;^;;;',/;)y;;/:/^  C'#^ffe'"'^':;"^S^?^  Y^JYj;//Y;:Y;;i/f//  /i;;p%/;5;S;;?/'#P^  apl5tf,t.:.   , ,;1,     par^e^il.le.  uy-,-.. i������* YyYY "���������!'���������'���������';'���������'   '''"   '. ���������'���������Y'--''ly;;.i:i'i-'';'-:  t;!Y^///:f/Y-];3:;;;;;^  ././'^'���������'^.:YY>Yy',y;Y;;,i:,,(;  rj;>,(.--, ,,��������� Y- ;,.,;.*..'-.. '"  :yyyyy:y.y  ;^ATINQ-'/"B*UBGHASED TB3S-Z.ABOYE  <U3UT.������Hot������lift^m^Mr*J^ JVRdbe^(Bon]^h^^v.iD{oim  rth'a tWKcIHng^u^lic^nd^ the ;rMmers j)^/Caribpp tbat  'iyyU y'y;yvy)'y Xi -, yyr- y^yyy ��������� ;;���������. \-i^ -.yyiy^y:  Will as .usual be. furniahod wjth; tho ;bcst> the vifarke t  a'irords. ytuyy ......    ^    . - r ,  '.{^������������������.������������������v> :fre;  Is well .stocked with Spirits, Ale's; Wines and Cigars.  tC > m������ :- , ������������������ ?   i;^!^: ��������� ������>t(i������/.i ������.,< ';   *t   ;^  .���������YsjlA",?y <, :'$(':& -   y.lHyt'^:<:yy:U^yi: _U..;rtl  y>\ ,Y/y : ''  Are^' cd'tttfort4bly? furnislied / * aud A -large 'addition to  thonumberrof/rooms,is;no\v:bein^ made.;, i. ..fl^...-,  J;;t "������������������ ti-*-*i iMiV. -i^i-.*-vi ..--iu*>.J 4������;Uj;J" -,   :V'.^-"J  r   - .-.������������������������������������ ��������� ...   :: ' Xy.-:XJyai' j!  Are the^estVin -'tTfi^.n^c^pfltttr^v; and...yrlll. la] ways:  J������e Well''supplied .wftli Hay;and ^fajn. *' '; ���������  '  ju20 '/  I uu :1 iu,yy.y������������������ii..i\y yy A\ut*l.  A^u\\y t ;"    , - -, ' ;   y v i t*ji^/j:t." ^yy  QtEARINfi;:Ot!T.:;S*'' --'  ytZ&uZlyiZyyZ  ,uX;u To makeTcom lor Spring;Gppas,,y..-; ys  ���������'YY ���������yy.y<-i.yy*. \p>\i;<y>;<y< . -yyyyty  \>.ryy uy  ������������������������ r I. i -/'i/.//'^ ��������� y '   '-_<:; j,?ir   'y''*u;i *^'  Y'-'i.;'! Y;:��������� Xy.Yy-, y,Y\ *^.'',. -XyixX0Xil'^yyZv;  ���������'/jy'- y .-/;;��������� "J": '''/:"'/' ������"���������. '   ��������� ���������^Y'Yy-V'Y'y !������','> ' y^-*I. s  The undersigned /Jbegs toanformjtho Mfnera  * ^;/. /':/:/ ef,Caribob'ihatbe'i3/''';;,r^;'^';S'v'''  ukt>vt.f..iyy-. ,������������������*,.,--;':.v u,;������������������:' t:������3i.^i-1 ��������� ��������� ��������� Y:*.r.&htiu"ixy  ;,'1 ../-^ "'/': 7 y .;-r;\  yy l u ' yyi, a iyr (xmltA.  The following class of Goods, especially, eej  ^ fbr Miners:    ;   ;������������������   /,.,  ' j myuy$iy*yiyyyy  xyy.v "'ZZ . IXifi'XZAxyZyx'-u yuXyxyxu  ZiiyXZZlxyyyyyyy  \i.-.    ���������  \ -~>'.y i ,- ��������� ���������. . y>: ���������  fif^i 1 y iy :i/f/f l������t' ��������� ^ r;:'"!; ��������� tife * :x ��������� itf^  Y'YYy: :-'Y'YY"-':._ ,  ,<';Y/y, yCW* .   y-yiii    iyUU'.y  ��������������� ���������<   i   xxAtiA"a{������eryPine'cT'aWofv'' ^xxy  >y$yy'Xi> *i->?{<;   K: Yr';;^;-,^ ���������.yyhIv.yyx -'4; ,yi'y,:;.  j'i������iVf 4;-/' ;':^: >y s.v^-Yy^.: vo y,'^ Y-.Yd^ y.! 'x- ;���������   ...,,,.-  B i?t_  i ztih'iWzZii.' yyyyyXxZUrty X-*y'*-" ?  I'������f-'dil*-:" ������ii!f ��������� A!:fine sel&ctipnviofyy ������������������ iiuyj:-~ {  ; '     . y '        ;;������ - ;    -;   ��������� ���������������' 'y yX,yX^y&Xhrfy ''  ,. -��������� :*.   > ,i' "A������nne;assortment of i* --^- Z'  ^/rg-^ji!'l./  v-:y < - yy,mymiKA "???y���������wqywt: ^-^.vd  --.f������Th6'f;iU0RENGfi:isthe:'^SeWin2''i'  :rf��������� /'Madhlhe fofrFamily*^s������i- b^cablo It;/?  *y^6 seldom' ^a^utof orcier^i If tKere> ���������*  yu  ?$ on������ not/worklng'well III      '    Z  ���������f-r'v'' '���������^yiso^-^"-: ^ "������������������������������������������������������ >v***-ff  ,WASHINGTOM .TERRlTOaftv^  ������������������   NEVAdAp1:' ^1^v;  , .  ���������//; ./J AF*ANf Zy: ''& ZyAZZiAXiZiZuZyZ',  p/'CHINAr ifJnformed of, it, I will ;  ^s^M^s^/^Y'^/iii/^^  xyZulu-;aMfiaHOTEtlOltDffiis !l g'T;^:  .^^y;������* ;-^'5i ;^:'^t?1iYA -,-^ y>^;'*y^->'-Zi >vUl'y- -  -������������������gjtN.'|^t^:9X;SC;oV pAL,  if; ;:v;i\- XyyZZsi y* trh&wA yhx .*.-t<|   -  Send for Circulara and sample^cofs  the work������^A^i.v^A^enii,wan  ���������^���������fiey'eiyj^ h������: /;'y  ,>;i'-.v,,:;-.1-!v,! :,i?y  f (kfvVi-(/ ti.' f������ i;-.  V)>vti'wuT^. Yt.������y Yfefe'^.1.:-.. .g^;! j :i\&-My.iy$^.  }yt  js������* Gall and examine prices.i^f^���������r The  Goods will be'sbldfVEip^^&j^J^v?Cdlh  yy    :'''~y- ''y!:tY YY'.:|Y ; Y;^ -'^.f"   ':H;::,ift.i(   "ii-i*f-,������f(  ������# '������������������-.' (J-t '  '.*/������:/  o  .Barfteryill^; May 17. .    my 25-  ������������������'' ''��������� ���������vytV'!'"; 'y-'-y f y/YYY;SK>'J"Y- y'y -, /  tp,again^maKeipubli.... .  ^ ,',;y?^Y,   |Y '^-cij^Y-' -.Yr^yr (.%<  'Uy. \s-y-i   '&:& ?/���������(. :'   ������������������ ���������  ! Moses:H^il^igorator  WILL PREJENTi"3ATJ?N^SS,y?^  RESTORE HAIR MAT IS BECOMING THIN    :  OR FALLING OFF, and eire'ctuttlly y   XXU  , OURE SCURF OR^ANDRTJFF.  * ������������������% ���������Z: Yrtfar,** q , < ������������������ u X, ^y:y X X   **  vf t? \xu  ;y/ThlsJs ho^a.-merpjassertlon ch ,iny.;.part;'i,as IJjare.  InYmvposscssion numeroustcs^iinionjalsce'rtilling to  tthe success of niy-teriiedy. ** *' ������������������  ** ���������*"-    "'     ;: i ' -   .  i. "fcdo not of course ;prct������ndt hat I can? makethe hair  ffrow'ion.heaMs jwhich have Wen; bald if or; years;;.'bat  or;  i;^/-'" yy-'-y ;J ������������������;,MHi s ry.";.*s^j jBarkervillo^BiCi  ;; ] /"'''";'*: J; certificate^  ':'-:;,/.;.);;,' i. ��������� .  ^yThiols^certify'tlmt cl'urinir la'st,!spring:m^^alr  was rapid lv falling out and my bead was fast becom������  ing bald/when^ai^lied:io:Mr'-5V'.;i) MOSES, Barber  ������ y-Shi r i\U.y;yi  yt\y  \0&t? After the 1st of July, Goods will bo  deliveied according to order ou all outside  Creeks. y     /    ,  '���������ZxZXZZ XX x       j. -w;. LINDHARD. u  Ym WMle; June ^187-2-   .   "   //   ' i  A Court of general;Assize  And Gaol Delivery and of Nisi Pri us will be  held at each of the-undermentioned,places as  follows:    :���������������������������':'���������'���������.��������� ������������������'������������������;'    ' yy-' ���������: uy-  -u.-yuu  New Westm inster, Wednesd ay J 1st May.'   ;  . Yale,Monday;'0tu May::'-; .- y."J  l-A  ��������� Jjytton, Thursday, 9th May.     ::' /' -;:���������������������������  CHuton, Tuesday, 14th May. y'1      ' '��������� '  Quesnel, Saturday, 25th May.    :       - * - ;  Richfield; Friday,5th June;     X'-yZ^Xy ;-.  ^Eiciifield; Monday. 9th Sepsember- :   ���������  Quesnel, Friday, 13th September.  . ���������  GHnto n;��������� Mon day, 23d Sep teiii ber.  ^ Lyttcn; Friday, 27th September.  Yale, Tuesday, 1st October. / /  '/ Fall Assizes :at New Westminster,/ahd As/;  sizes (if any) at Nanaimo and elsewhere, to,  be hereafter fixed as business may reader  necessary; ���������",,���������-..'.   .  : Dated Yicfcoria, loth Aprils 1872. yy,y  .By command. , .   / :X  X ;A. EQGKtf. R0BERTS0N,:; y  c*:������������������������-; ; iiiy.y>       ./ ���������, MtwinetehS&wefyiy*   1  , $   ...        ;.,.-. :,. dele bra ted. ������������������      / :. ...4 ,  widtR^������:s;T;^s/H;i%������;   '.; A-y>y   'Declared by Connoisseurs to be .''  "THE   ONLY* : &OOJ) BA^OC^Zi  i Caution agamst:���������Fraud.���������The successor this  most dolicious and unrivaHod Condiment having  caused certain.dealers tb apply the name of *���������* Wprcea*  tershire Sauce'i' to tlioir own inferior conipcimds, ihu-  public is hereby informed%hattlit only way to pro*  curethcvgonuine, isto . y; ;y ':,,.; .':. r.;  ASK TOB AJS\A Ac 'PERMNSV/aATTGE  and to sdc - that 'ihdir- names are upon tho Wrapper  labels, s topfkk, and bottle; >yX    X./y-XX-: -i-3      ���������  Some ol the foreign markets having "been supplied  with a spurious Wbraestcrslii reSa.uce,upon the wrapper an d i n/bc 1 b o t. wh i ch th a u am c s ptXoa and; Perrins  have hoc n forged r L, and V. gi^ej notice th at tbey  have' fiirnlshed their cPprespondehts with power ������  attorney to take instant proceedings against WASff*  facturkrsftnd vkndors o I* such, .oV any other hnil>  tion a. b y wla i c h fc he i.rr igh t ni ay l?ei nfri pg.ed������ . '���������':  Ask forLEA ������Sc PEBRINS7, Sauce and see  "Name,on Wrapper, Laljei, Bottlei ana  .Btopper..   ;;; ..������������������.. . yA.'yyZ-...A  "Wliolesnl 6 and' for escport by t n o Proprietors^;Woifr  cefjf <*r; Crosse and'Blackwe li ,li6bdoii y'&c.Y&fi* j .  liy 6r������ecrs andOUiaes unlVQ^^J"*; '��������� ���������;������'-   ' '"'1-  ; nWiw  feS  Kill  Ti  iii  pi  A&ffl  Mi  m  is  ral  m  MWm  Hi  R


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