BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Cariboo Sentinel Aug 28, 1875

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xcariboosen-1.0170469.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xcariboosen-1.0170469.json
JSON-LD: xcariboosen-1.0170469-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcariboosen-1.0170469-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcariboosen-1.0170469-rdf.json
Turtle: xcariboosen-1.0170469-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcariboosen-1.0170469-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcariboosen-1.0170469-source.json
Full Text
xcariboosen-1.0170469-fulltext.txt
Citation
xcariboosen-1.0170469.ris

Full Text

 Fit 'i :*-: '7 i* ri;<7  '���������Jia'7 4 ;7>;n^;.f7^ ^au,^7-'. 70... j-^,Vy -^y:^yr^V/] s^,.;1 t'::jai f?;;.;,.. yy^'^  ^y^rXyfj '��������� *V'' V*yb\7 7:/;y7, ,.. y^t"\y.  '7'*75b'-.'   <u*.^ ^.si'.'J*.'? ..% V     '*���������;���������-.'j?i  .,/.-!���������: .y7y}yy<; "''|7 y> .J>^:7y^ g^y^ tw' 7 w,v/,,7, w 7;J 7-k-   v^-^fU/; 7^��������� '"-'.-W-'' !   *  - ��������� -^   ��������� ��������������������������� ^ '.-������������������   ���������' M ������������������"������������������ ���������';���������-��������������������������� '������������������������������������������..-��������� ���������   ;V;-y.   ;y    .    ���������'���������..,..���������...._...,������������������,         : ��������������������������� y      -*��������� _-y _ .      .      ^wa^a*;-' ,: ;sy*-v.j.  ..^ J ���������:,:.������'.���������:..'.. v  '7  Published9TeryBatur'dfeb^v.f*-:i:, i-  t-,y>y 5y v<������.* t ���������>'';���������/;' yy .-������������������������*>.; yy* yy'....'y ,y> J.r/,w  .y -���������. .'n  '.y.v:*i7  :.. ?.. ���������.: ^^OTES^^pVERTISINGr';;*'^^v  Forone.soiuar.etonel.nch)i:Ilrstlnserilon^y-7 f s^;  " "'��������� v .r^^tf^t^i^. one.month',, hy vft^  .Fort^squ^ty ir'sUr&ermOn^y ?-' ������*&!?*'.^fti  ��������� 7V7     '77n yOnemuathy> '* ''.. V^'wi'"* ;  Agents tor the* ���������Car^ooSe^tri^JHlji  [ ������ a a sn^hnjituth;;  .   mlester-have;���������beer&.sab.divid.ed;by,surwyjyand, the   yj   ^.r/;. ^ T ft7 ^ .,   (    f.jV        4/  ;yY7  , Map; torco?ba������}bj^ deposited in the, office of Mr,H. ^^f^^m^^^iy^ ffi& TK  ���������Y/BUmpndB, New?Westmihster:y i y^;y yy7y    y    J?: TOIIl O J/U  J-������    VClib&;JJCI  AM  uy  V'i c to ri a, ��������� *1,' ''-'fit.'t< i' 7 r >   y'f.      .       m r' Shakespeare  Corn WHTLbml oii ?B.GS  :-vr-v;*^T""'" ':r y~*~ ���������: -���������'��������� -���������  ���������^yy^f^.^M^^ v-^* .MV1^1" y>.^'iy:.*. ^  ���������v'-/������  0 ards J 0 irculaf |s FoSerpy^Pr^graAiilies f6r  iBallsed/Cheajirica^EutertammeiiiS' r-^  jS^Sxecntedwilb neatnespanddispatcb^^^;  '   jlluiiiw1���������������������������^'ii'iii i   iininwi''      tnMMHM���������T"i������������������������������������������������������    ui   iiiiiJi^^������-h. w  ".        TGWNSHirsVNp- %: 10,; 11; 7^      '  !"V-'"<"������ ���������'  slit;s >to. 8,10 and 11 tte dcnttiid'Bn theOffioUil'Mups?  :.iiV - ' -1 ���������  '-���������"' '���������-" '���������    ���������       -----  3>Tiiw. WeSUuinstes:  ���������'.���������  ������������������������������������������������������:���������.;.���������.? ,-.-������,:.:.;..i J  .������������������'.MJ/.:...,^'>i,ft.;-^ **?���������'���������-:*=-��������� V,..,.-".��������������������������� ./..Ui .������������������&.���������;  TOWNSaiP %^8;:   ���������  ���������    Southwost\quartcrotS^tic>n;;,l,y>  Nortlicasttiuarter:6f" SecWjIi1 1.7 *  .  East portion of r^j^UWes)f'iiu'������irfer of Section 1  ���������   .;  ;SoutUeast.flu irter^f Section 2. .-���������'. ; -, ; r*tiij,  ^uthwcsi^uar������e������ pP Sectibn;;2.  >: ^  H  ���������I  I  I  B  I  ���������  Hf  ts  jy,;,.Northwestquarter-oliSection.2,1.5s, u-.,U  .". \ *  Soutlietist quarter������o'r Section SI'   , ���������        :- -7������;j  :'; ���������' Northeair"qifflrtcr of Soelioh������. ��������� ���������'. V,:       ���������* ���������'] '],  - ' *" Southc'As tl quarter-of'Section-10.    " ��������� ;       * -! 5  . V.y East/half of^Bouthwest quarter of^ Seetloij,10:i,i  ������   Sections ll-and 12,;,.. .    : y ,   1?   f    . ,  Soutjieast quarter of Scc.tioh ;H;  7.   7 7:.....:/..  '      Soutliwestsq.uarter of Sectioh 20.  ��������� J   X   :  TOWNSHIP NO. It.  ��������� '7 "(       '  ��������� -':''*%ccti<ito':X7,lSv/19;:20;. :��������� '���������-'������������������'"  v-^'/'''���������*-/;f  i.:.'7 N^rtliihaif :of. Section'21 r;^.7A:;7;::-,,'l r.- y;.sjUj"  ,,,., N.ortliiyest qirU'tcrjpf;Section35..-.?:. ='^ .7:,:t; .  North east qu artcr of, Soc ii on .26,:    ;.'. ; ���������*"/' '���������'���������,.. ���������.  ': ��������� TSMttons 28, 29^30, 32, 33,7?4.   57 "v/"**':'>*:/'������������������'  SouthOiis L qo -tr tor. of -Section 35y  ...iortliuast quarter of Section 35.  . v South"w est quarter' of Sec lion 30...    i    ; ..  Northwest-quarter of .Suction Si*....  ������������������  "f-     7 t- s ������ f;   ,r .1 -V. hi "-.   - ;.  #. .Vi ;., ������������������; 7 i ". -JROBERT BBATES,* ^ I  rCliief Commissioner of Lands ami Works.  lam's and Works.-fittpiiruni'nt,  Victoria, OtU itiy,'.cW(6J, .^.,7 ;.i ,< A n.U2i,  r"  wtn  "\fOTIOE. IS   HEItpBY GIVKN,-in, aecordiuioe' w  JS    tlio provisions of the ������������������' iirttid Act, 18T4,)? tl  th  that  liOI 236, OUQUP I.,, an Lsjaud situate at the moatb  of ^ofUi Ann of FiMso'r Kivcr, and known as  . Molo island* .   ��������� .-���������;.'���������<  ��������� An d tlifi t elaiin ants of au v- pf >rLI on of this 1 im d' who  have" "nut"eTVtsim_p.il' Crown. "Grants ' thereof,' ^'hoiilu  pruva up tit������.'ir. clai 1 ns. in it'ccotUanee with 01 au^e 21  1,111111 AOL, 1874.-  Forms <>l' -Proof ami Declaration cin be oHxined at  the office.of the CVmuiissiuhir, New Wrstmihsur.  ���������.     ��������� ItOBEKT BiUV^Nf,  ^ GblofGoininitiaiuacr iiauda aivt Works'  WM P* BRAYfiN.-"   '  s  f...   ��������� iCLricf Com mj.4si oner La ads and Wbr*s.  Iau Jk 'ari'jhfrorks*i>ej\ triment, ^ . ���������, M^w^Ai ��������� . *���������  VU?ttTk,'juue 2a, Ii>75!|'   _.   '     '������j^-���������'.*-'      !*  IsiOTIOETOetiAiMANTS^  :'i". <i...f-.  C JvyTril   7?,    s, ^ ^ ,7  ������'   7   ;   y   '  Southwest quarter Sectionf I.,/ .  - .  ^      ,���������*.  15.    ���������     -. j .    <  ' -        y *      Snd^ 23.  '   OROUP^it  ;   , .   r i SAM-* WAHKER, S  ��������� de5v       - 'i'       'U    V < 7 BrfrierVille. Jf*  ������������������ &'! -771 a ���������. W^0^^^^i^^S^SS^& i!S!3?S0l  ,7y '������������������;; $0;x$:0i "m. n(&s$i --:l :7 7y t07.7; Pi0g$g. ;::7y7  y      ���������    - ���������''..'   ���������',    L'ot215.   *  :'''.   .. *^V & SI W mi"- ': ? -- ���������* ��������� "^  ���������' ,: -.Jn'.15)^u>hIp-Noe14. : ; ��������� -', t v  ���������xi*-Ah^thWclalraahts'e&an������ ppTtien of >this land���������$ ho  .have;notbhtainedCrown^Grants ther&ofshoulrt prove  =up their'claimsiniaccoruane'etwithClause 21,;tana  Act. 1874.  Ohf^ Commissioner Lands arid Works  H Iiands and ^rjes Department,., ,-rf. '$.  \    Victoria, ^ul^24,.18jf5.t > y i i  .y >'=  'iNi TOWNSHIP NO.,9,.r . V ^/\  y..-^   -3:   *. ,'.;.>''' *..,������ ,->f-'* i--^-������ ^.&*.-J'1 a. -���������   ^.i.'. ���������������',������>   -.  ifOTibfeiS^:!HfeHEBY = GIVEN-: in accordance'with  ��������� J?l' the provisions of ���������.>'tbe^Landj,. Act,; 1874, ihat the^  fcllowing lauas 'sffuatflyirivtho -pspjogs7pivision,;pt  ��������� Ydle"Distri'cti&liUvc' been1' suotlivide'd by^urVey,'-and  tiie mup thcreolhas,,beon.:for\var4ea to,,the,office of  .f. C. Hayne^gimrols^i%,i<^o^P y,;  j- Township-No. 0, .   .    r  SecpaMBjSl^l23, 24;MiM^m^AM  ) 7    ���������"    : ;:,.-���������: 3W3.34.35, an<l,36.-���������������-  y��������� ���������:-r;      .   ��������������������������� ^^ p<.-^Srs*4 7: .������v"   ��������� ���������.-"���������  (And that claimants '6fnCDy,porr.io'h.of-this land who  11 aye;:n;bt'ohtaititid CrownlGRtnts .thereof ;slioul.d prp.v^  ljieir claims in accordance with; Clause 21 i.,Land Act,.  -.18.74.,- ��������� ijv ������' - - .' ��������������������������� ? ",::, > y; ",-/'��������� :,���������:���������  7Forms; Of proof and doClarat]ons can li e obtainod at  rth'e Oflloo of tho Commissioner^ Qsoyaus,��������� ��������� 's ' ��������������������������� y7������- '���������'  :, ^-���������-:-y-f'^ Kry.-y ?;.. r^ROBEirr BEATEN^ 7 ?  7 .; ......      Chief. Commissioner of lands and Wjrks:  'Lands and Works Department, .^ ,,  ,; ?��������� y^ctPriai AgriL^ 1875v y f ifi   ;;        ., , . ap2i y  'lN.THB dOUNTY^GOURTyOI! BRITISH,  ^OOliDMBI^HOLltelSr AT RiCHFlSLD.::  j. v;;';-' ���������':;;.'in bankruptcy. "7;''"; }  1-7  Mi  ?iiaiige:  i  ��������� ��������� 'RiO riFIELD,  Glias. Patilsdii, Proprietor,  A good assortment of Groceries,'Pro visions, &cM  on hand.  ' The BAR te stoekad. with the best Vinesv. Liquop,  ������������4 Cigars; '**"', ' (^Sg     '   J1l!24 2������a *  .  6^ ^ -^ w^       , ^ , -m d a 1\p:J^^;:;, -  ��������� if-  I ,.;B.pTTBRw , v:,;sr, :������P pents,per,lb ,  ..  .f.:;iivS?y-r7f yvv^, .*;?y-.v 7v^7y7'-:y-"-^7'.y)   ;.*-y,y^  ���������m  ��������� -'-y ".":-��������� ������������.vT.rv   ������-tt .���������sTrT.w.na-'TiW-'-:..'-.   -     .vs. :��������� ;���������-.:  \::''yf-.' y<5 .- :yy^  /,--y>   i7yy^' y-r^������^  v7tyfl'-'*f''.'}.*������������������",  y : *:;7.':-',;via.. .^il   ���������,--: yf- -f-P^V��������� w~vf^ fa*/:itf%.liftl," }t],  Ji\ t>..' ��������� (Carrying'Her>Majes������y/g Mai tb ,0 v ���������'    :(V '���������' *'  ''.. i '������������������k>\-' ^r-fj  ?) s������'s 7-^-:* 74 * fel sy77;7?/;^y>r- -.71 fc - > fyt.,:  ..'LEAVES'BARKERVILLE FOR rAL^s;.f������'  ^.^i'^-^^v >:'"*.''>��������� :,,7; ?7--- yi'-\ ���������-'���������;'���������' ,-.���������<-���������   :;:,! i:y,v ,<"��������� >-. ;  ;2i7^: j>'; ,7^: !).^.ii^ = i -^''^^^77.^;'; ,'V-'v 7yi r,7 ,; v '.  T7!TT������s-v������Tr     VitviHq^   7]\/rnVi^^?11'^   ?      -7  r.? :4  Where there are* still plenty of the-beet-brands of  y Jit      ~p     , ,, British Columbia^. _;   .   ,���������   ^,,,,  ���������-''���������7^7:i^7'y7^7r.':'.:7i:i7^y?7>y^  ....,:. ������������������- ���������- ��������� .--,������������������.>. ..v.-..y7y<:<b,^:<_y.'..vvc;:-;/:j-  PCOTTB';  K -?:*+?ru:   r     -.. ���������:,...-....,,  ���������������������������'���������? yf^7y;7v;^:ysy^y.,;^:;j7,:f' ;-;yyi:?:7^r{: |i:}-|ri;^::u 7r:.v'  ; And other Farm Produce,^ yERX^OT,?^??^^  "7,ty  ,, *���������' Xlso/a generalaVsortthentof   x %*' ���������'*  q;;(5;geib&,; .,,/.   __^., ,;.^_  ���������r vdftY/^crost^nin;77: ^-������������������%,,  7 :^ii������������������-:;: :j":immy& WPm, *������  :,;  /: HARD WARE; laiif /DRUGS:    ,  ' 7 453T coram iklon/ ������torage!and Forwar^n^business  rlone-at reasonable rates..,    ry .-,; #.-i    , ;.,,,;,���������,.',,... ...  - ^ 3; m   :y;.;,..';v.6fi_5Hg^  ;���������; ,n.',,>:.H;  \ .' . ,   .    /'      DECEASED. ..    ._    '      ^: ,  i i>IiS PERSON'S indetytedr to'^e1 Estate;  " :i3L ������������������ of: Wesle^ ttiUl;: deceased; w.^JP������y? fortliwi tnvta.  : the uud'ersigacd ��������� tho/ampunt,'��������� of, rSuch i n debteduess, ���������  iind.'": claims* 'against-;1 the Estate ihiust he presentedJ  within, three-monj^Sitoy,i "  ���������:; ^y,7'7jr77:7'7- tL-'lU't^  .... RichSeid,;June 24, 18^.  JpilH; BOWUdC  ! , 7''"i  :- -���������':" :���������:/ -Administfat^:^  ���������'���������I ���������������������������*e7 :7y..3na ���������-,  M* < Tib E is herebyv ghrenV; that ^all^peysons.  il bavins a nv. claims against the .Est ate pi Thomas  B 5il. \ate Sursjeori ��������� to the Royal *Gafi boo HospltaI, dc .  ceased, are hereby refluired,. to prespnt -the same to,.  the undefeiguud within three months from this date;,  and ��������� all persons in; any way indebted to the said estate aro also required .to pay forth.with the^mounts  sO dub by them to 7 u '"'   " -' " ,"J; .7  y.       f-...   y      y GEORGE BYRNR8. ��������� '-.<:.  Exec ii t/T.  Dated the 3Sth day of'.Tune, A.b.: 1S75.- '' ji"2d  ���������>*''  FticwuuM, in tho County Court, oi' British Colnmhia  siitihg^iu^Bankruptcy, by, DOMINlQtiK ' BRCOU8,  of Lis inning" Greek, X.. B*?ee r Mi ner,:., uii'ler winch  the said Dominique Krcole"Jias;b,penailjudircd aBink-  mnt. notice is hereby given that tho said Bankrupt is  hereby required to surrender himself to the said  Court, at tho first meeting of creditor?, to be held before : the' sai d ' Coa rt at Rich fie! ��������� 1 on.- Tuesi 1 ay,- th o  third day of August, A.D. 1876, at 11 o'clock  in the'Jorenoon precisely, and also;to the Court at the  second:meeliug to be hold .at. tbvsunw place an-l hour  on Friday, 'tho thIftl day of Soiltumbor, A. lh���������:  1875, Tor the salil Bankrupt to pass hid examimvtion.  A11 he - firs t mee ting-, Creu i tori are to e������ m e and p rove  their debt.������, and choose nh"assiiaiee'.or assigneesof  the, Bankrupt's ost*ito and' eU'-'Cis ; at the second  meeting, pVoofof debts of -Creeiters will be'recuivod,  and th e Ba u it rupt will be req u I ret! to .submit h i m S"l I  to be.examined and to, make a lull diselo.sure ah.I-diy..  ooveryofull his estate and efiecm, fu^tl Jt-o finish, hi^'  examination.''      '*.."��������� ���������      '  Notice is alfui hereby givciii to all persons that'- are  indebtcfe,vr,thosaid Bankrupt, or that have any of W^+-    ^ +r, AWiwanf <a nf*T,^ll fl  his eftefits. not to deliver tiie: samfbuL to Mr James  JM 0tlC8 tO Gl&llXL&IL bb Ul XictliCL  Linlauy uf Richfield,  Oillcial; Assiimee,   whom  the  Court lias appointed, and give notice to Mr'D.ivie of  ijarivervilie, Counsel In the matter eiHhe Petiti������n. - ���������  ���������     !  :,y JA.U1CS U.NJJSAY, -  Clerk County Court iitn.1 Olficial1 Assignee.  Lichfield, July 24th, 1875. 7JuI24  Re Andre-Jacquemot,  'DECEASED'.." ;  iiLL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of  A. A n d re Jacque mot, decease J, will pay Lor 11 ��������� w uu  to the undersigned the'amotmt of so oh indebtedness;  and claims against the'Estate must be presentua  witi.:u three mouths to ' *;_,^..������  GEORGE! BYRNES,  . 7 Agent in this matter for the  " .;    . Oillcial Admidlsirator.  !'Barierville, June 26.1375.' . -P%������  ITEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT."  \T0TICE TS HEREBY GIV13N', in accordance with  \S the provisions'of the Umd Act, 1874, that the  following lands situate in the District of New -West-  uiinsti-v have been subdivided by survey, and the  nmp thereof has been deposited in the nilieoof H. V.  Edllionds, Commissioner, New Wcstmiuster:  Group 1.  Lot 237.  Group %. ���������    ' '  IMS 198,-199, and 200.  .     ROBERT BEAVKX,     '  . t Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works.  ������������������ I a n ds a nil-Works I)n partnieu t, . ���������'��������� ��������� '��������� ?.' ��������� ������������������ -: - -':' - ^ ���������?  VictoriH, Mareh 20 \3% .^. .A^,��������� ,,,,   ^*  wmm  ���������ii-"-'.  m^^^m^  -:''���������. ^'���������C-:^:'7:'-:j'7^7;^77,7:  ��������� .';:.��������� ,��������� .v---;^.,.;:"~!.;:.sy y:���������;������������������,���������������������������.<  ::.;.*v:A;:yJ;>:y-.  :.'���������''.':���������":���������'',���������-. .-''.iiCi^V-"���������;:'- ^.".;--.'^V-:''':'-:  m,}-^,    .::  r'i . :-v.'���������:���������'������������������ *.*:���������-.;:���������,.<������������������;'  y7y^'r.'''y/Wivy-l7^''*^^ ^7y'"  '-��������� ':''���������     -'iyl "^ ���������   ri ..V:-'.y ". y ,;'; *I}R....lCHiPjP(f. ijr^i    '7,  ::-"-���������'".-������������������;'."'���������-���������'"������������������' v -.'7'- 7yyi'.:.;' /:: -/I  :��������������������������� 'l::;-;-.. >.;i:;-f;i  .;������������������-,--r -..  .     :\\-.-:y-%.j-'" ;- ���������������������������-������������������������������������.-:. ���������.; r  - ������������������ y   .'���������, -v-\: > ���������-���������:������������������:;>!*������������������������������������ :���������������������������  fnl'il  y:-';'>;:'i;:?.  .:.'.������������������ -.���������;:-.* ;���������;.-:  ������������������'������������������������������������������������������:.;.Hv  "|:'y?yu'  ;:;*''���������-  yyyy.:  i'ci'  77-7'"  AR.k-ER3vr-'"*'',,"*'":'J''  , ��������� j-..'jt; ..^.-;';.*..-..."..,';,  :A^SUPBliY OF=^HE<^}W h^:l::.-:  tic I <$ti 7v r a'DCi7 vs'7'^t-,, . -  ' ^'"lSSPMMm7'-  ,-.-..-,        : ..;  :;77.''fev^>:ii7.vv7--i^^:7'>;;7.77  * j $20 ���������  ��������� '��������� '���������������������������; y .Always on:faand> ,y ?' ,y.,j.,r..;.v:    ���������  ������   ���������   t *��������������� ^0aS on hand-a, choice stock of '*'' 7 "��������� 7    s i.  : /Pr^i-sious,7:^i^^  whieh he will sell,, :.,-.. v.,,'..j:. y "..... ^^ .. .v. .���������::-..- Jv"  wholesale and retail..-.'as cheap .  as;the^heaejest,.7 , ....   ;  aul' ���������'    .       ! '     ������������������'������������������'���������  F  is  ROH THIS DATE THE ASSAY- Charge A  for lots of GoirDustOf -fifte'eu Oemiea or unOW ���������  REDUCED TO,TWO DOLLARS,,/. V"  and for ��������� ������������������' *'' l   . '  MINERALyASSi:^, Tp^^UO^Mf,  the latter payable i a advance.-   :  Air     t,29Ut?!S743   ���������������������������  W. HITtfHCOCK, ������������������  .' . Notice.:    . t.r  4 LL parsons Indebted t,o the'Estate Of the  4    Sio CrnvordonEK'fcBOPFMAS, of Barker-  vil'e  QncKnelmoatlL .and Peace River, are requested  lo sJttle the amouuts due by.tnem, otherwise legal  pnlceeilincs will-be instituted for the recovery oi t**-  saiue.  ;  Bark^vlUf,'July 23,137-3 ;  GEORG-E Bf RKES,  ., *   7 ^AS^t.forAiJSignef'S���������'%'  1UJ21  ���������������*  t> s&  m.  n  - /.;  " "ij������*l JSmjSHS  gS'������a!SWf^-r-  ^CARIBOO SEKiINSL  -l*������iWl  SATURDAY, AUGUST 2* 2875.  PUBLIC MEETING AT CACHE CREEK.  A largely Attested meeltng watbeW at the  Bonaparte H6nWenr8dyAagii������t    Nearly;  every voter in the Cache Creek ^.district,' and  $er^jnl from the Lf llooei .diairietv-were pres-  out, and lie greatest interest Id 4fee-^ro���������e|d  i&^-vu ananifeated.   The meeting was ad:  drerytfl <>j Messrs. gemiie atid&aitbiM-PvPAS  andfeveral ether of the leading reafden** of  $be district.  Tbe policy of the Local Gfiv-  lerawai wa*-endorsed, and .the emiree pnr-  and byfllewra; ������mltb and Setnlio  in  the  Legitfatare ���������uatalned.   A reaohition  paseed  tU a public meeting held at Kara loo ������������ on the  12th July last was brought before, the notice  of the aeetfag whh?h shows-to;what a:������tate.,of  raort!4egratf atloa..iff eoppprtfrs hare 'been  broofflit toi by; Uiw eor riiptfoov praeti^doo  them by the toola of t&e Dominion (Scyern-  tt������at tatfate Provide** / 'The reebliition reads  ��������� /y that .we ha!!;\y?lthpleasure,lbe arraounee>  went of Mr Blake that negotiations We to be  re-opened for new terms ;wi th Brir i*b Co I urn*  bla,apd that any eettiem^  be left to thepeople's representatives in Par  liame^aaaeinbl^ ���������;���������>���������: .77y':y S  :.-.-,!:,.��������� The Jneetingr was 'informed th**. this jrertlu*  ���������tlflih/ .wa^^.t^  well -knowa DoraIufon..'(Cfoof ractor,"; and it ap*  peara that;^tjhe.y^eojp je's representatives rei  ,ferred to in; it wboire; to aettie a queation on  wisicfc the:progress and prosperity - of British  ���������Columbia.', depends' are Mr Mackenzie's sup-  porters in fbe Dominion -House Of Commons.  TbeParHamentaud people of British Columbia are to������������������ be^ entirelyj ignored :jh, the \ matter j  C&Mjld'impudenee and. b'uman selfcbrieaa go  any further t'-;.$ne^m^ to  build a Qaeiess telegraph line, and the- eon*  ���������iraeti for furnishing supplies: to, the Dom in? on  ���������urvey par^iel.are distributed' amongst-' pev.  ������ral;membef s of the j4* party of purity'? wjil;  ing.' to"' do: a n j t h t n J'. 'Hr'ino aey; and i n "fe rn rii  for ibla these parties have guaranteed to Mr  Mackenzie that they will bring British Columbia to  her knesa  and force her tojmake an,  unconditional surrender of her 'rail trayrigti is.  The meeting at Cache Creek denounced the  machinations of these; corrupt men, wao are  th eager to sacrifice the -interests of the pro.  Tinea to their individual interests. :< We bnve  no doubt the electors of every other constituency la the Province will mark these traitors  and time-serving knava in the same morVrter  tS'the.eieelsY'Sof the Yale district   In the  Lillooet   district several of  these spu* ious  "reformers" are at. present working '���������"}���������������������������  eojnplisfa the ends of their employers by offering themselves as candidates for elect lop to  the next Local Parliament; but the'audaclty  of- the promoters of the Kami oops re*o?t)  tion has aroused  the  people to  a nerise of  the danger  to   be   apprebendnd   from   the  fnaflMnftMoris of a few men who have banded  together for the purpose of assisting Messrs.  Mackenzie <fc Co. in robbing British Columbia  of her railway rights, and they will be elected  ^o remain at home.  THE CARIBOO GOLD FIELD.  . from the scattered nature of gold mining  *n Cariboo compared with the palmy days  -when Williams Greek-was in its glory, it is  almost impossible tor us now to furnish any.  tMng like a correct summary of mining inielr  ligence. However, in spite of all that croakers  lo other parts of the Province mavsny. Can.  boo still continues, and we believe'wiiriong  eonlinue, to be tho ?naia; support of Briiisii  Columbia. During the present month of  August there have been i&elted and assayed  at that indispensable instiiution the Govern,  ment Assay Office over three thousand seven  bnndred and sixty ounces of gold dust, valued  at $63,934. This, however,*ddes not probably  represent one-half of the gross vHd of the  disr,rlot, as the Bank of Bn to North America  has its own Assay Q^ce in Victoria, while h  l������rgG amouat k tifl a������wa by prmts? isdi-  LEGAL .PROCEDURE REFORM.  "Upon looking at the criminal practice in  force in tbe Supreme Court ot this Province  one/ can readily **.������ amuch-needed reform.  At present there is too much centraHzationin  Victoria,��������� wh ieh ���������. m akes il very inconyenien t  and expensive,to parties wishing to go to: law  and defend themselyes^tbereih.'and^iU.effect,  upon ttfewhole is a denial of Justice, as many  cases which with a local administration wouid  have been litigated, are now entirely aban-  doned. What we 'want is-this: in all the"cen-  tresyof populaCioQ. subh aj Nanaimo, New  West mi nster, Yale. Bajmnrili e. &&���������: a Depu ty  Registrar of \ tbe; Supreme Court should be  appointed and supplied with blank writs of  the Court by the Registrar "Tat Victoria. A  party then wishing to bring a suit will consult  a legal gentleman, who. will go lo the otSce  of the Depiiiy;Registrar and issue a writ; Th^  Judge of Assize will come-around in due  time to try the issues, and all the business  connected wit b,a ftnit.'irom beginnipgtoJ:e)jd,  won I & betin .xbd-loc a I ."office, arnd; no tie of the  parties put to the expense of .coining -to Victoria.- -r,..::y,:\.:.\;[ .: 7' '���������%tj   '���������7- L>{j v   :' :-v'?^;'-..;  > L^t Ihjpre be only one town���������Victoria)--  in which: -business 'can be transacted.1 ahdf it  will be; to: British Columbia as Paris is^o  France. ��������� In England, they have local municipalities, poor laws, churchwardens, and local  corporations* which keep alive the spark of  ilbei ty^and! ��������� independence - throughout ~tEe  whole, kingdom; In every county, city .'town,  \ i 1 lag*-.: a ii d-; h amlet there is a mu n ici pa 1 i ty,  and :iii; every*, coii n ty town there is a depnty  clerk pf the Crown who issues writs from the  SnpwmeX}6uri^ ;��������� Local bars prevail with the  local administration. of -Justice. Whatever  conduces, to the benefit of the Province at  large;must in tbe( end ;help '.tier.T^yictoria---  the chief se-^t of commerce, learning, tegisla  f ionV&nd bf ad ininiste'rlhg the la w,.' Here--at  Victoria--the lawyers will reside, who upon  call can go, to anyissiEes to act as cbuneel/,  [Colonist.^ ~1     ������������������ 7 "y :.y;.7v7:.r.y;iy7' \./^''  It will be observed that the :writor in; the  Co j on ist on " 1*.^?? Procedure Re for m'y cb ml  mences witb t&e assnmption that-;;:<'i the  criminal practice in the Supreme Court" is in  much need of reform; bat what has thatio.do  Wilh tbe case which he Immediately afterwards  cites, that '.:there is too mtfch rentralization  in Victoria, which makes it very inconvenient  and ;exp������usiv������7to- partie* ;wj������bin'������ to go *o  Ww:Vy^Bm^l^ihe  have not become so shockingly 'demoralized  that tbey.would take pleasure in committin^  all sorts of criminal --offences but fdr the in-  c!)n^plftnce and expense of so doing? The  crirnjtial;practice of the Supreme Court is, we  believV, as nearly perfect. aVpoasi!>-e ( and in  civil cases; suitors- themselves, or their lawyers," rciiih i������wie writs for suits on application  toDepuiy-Regiatrara'at HatkeryUleand ^v*������\y  other place of importance at any great distance Jrpxn 'he capital; theaeal of ihe Court  is affixed to tbem for S2 50 each and the  Jud^e of Assrze comes round in doe time to  try ihe issues." Biu. after disclaiming against  centralization^; this -Legal Procedure Re-  toimer" wys4' Let there be only one town in  which business can be transacted, and it. will  be to British Columbia a* Paris is to France T  Does this not: look very much like advocating  the entire centra I izmon of legal business in  Victoria? 1'hestaien eat -ha in every county,  city, town, village, and hamlet in England  there is a deputy cterk of the Crown who  issues writs irom the Supreme Court, is simoly  boah��������� -as is indeed the entire article from  which we have quoted, Th> ignorance of the  writer on legal matters is apparent in everv  sentence of the^ article in which he attempt8  to inform and instruct the public.  NEW ADVERTi$EMENT&  ^C3b  ALECTUKE will be deltverert by RW  0, Ii.  THOMPSON,    ia    the   TIRSM^M1*    HALL,  77,; .: .    STA.N:L.i5y:t:;"������������������,':".���������.  ON MONDAY EVENING, ;AWSUST 80v  ������dmmeocin������  at half.pafit 8������vaa   o*cloc|K.   Subject,  "STRENGTH,'��������� ���������     ;   y  Tickets tan be-had at any ������f the Ssleoai er Stores  6n'.IiisbtaingCr:ieie.r * . '   "[:]'-1 - audS  To the Electors of the Dis-  triet ^^aribpo.  GFNrtRMEN, %i? ":���������";\?.i ;;.���������:���������.  Havjuc: been argebtiy rftqapsted, I bsve ������on������eated  ttiMan-: f<ir election a? ova of your 'representatives  in''tbo Provincial Legislature,   ���������  Fri>m-toy knowledge af the r^uireroent*? or.-your  District, in the t������vcnt of election, I hope to be of sep.  vi*e to -jrou; end Jyoa may. reiy upon my dclog xny  duty.faiihi'ulty. ". . ������������������..-. '     .        ���������'.-���������:  ���������%������ JOSEPH PARK.  Bark cry ilie, Au>a������t2r.' - ' , auOS  ���������.���������;������������������ auction;. ���������..  I Will sel| by Auction,  7. y ;.,.  ���������       -AT -STANLEY,^ '.���������  7-   ... ON FRIDAY, SEPT. Sd, 1875;  At Ele?en o'clock son;; tha balancs of. tha  Stpek-in-Trado of the Cohan & Hoffman Ea  tate, consisting,of  f AN ASSORTED STOCK OF ��������� -J  Km ADVERTISEMENTS.  of every, daseripHon,  Aiiffust II. 1875.  kT;  GEORGE BYRNES, :w  ...   Aactioneer.  TO  , P__FAKSS! ������������������':"-;  PEARSON'S     CARIBOO  EXPRESS  ILL LEAVE STANLEY FOR YALE  CD .���������..  ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 28,  ���������\ conacfti!  reek, and "Royal  making tho trip IN 4 WERK, an������! conneetinr with  the fftenm-T " Vict"riiiM for Soda cr  City'* lorNcw Westminster.  $&* WE MAKE A TRIP.EVERY THflEE  WEEKS; dates of departure'-from Cariboo  wiM be ������}uly atJv������Tii:it*<f mBstf  mr NO  NFGiJT TRAVELLING-TIME  GUARANTEED.  JONATR-W NUTT, Acnt; BarkerrilJe;  H'7 MORGAN, Agtat, St.uioy.  August 21,1S7;>. '  flU21  YORKViLE    HOTEL,  with furniture, and stakle for  TWELVE HORSES; and  NEW   ADVBRTISBMET8;'  Royal Cariboo Hospital.  JBNDRR*- FOR TUB ���������U.WBRMRNTIO.SED ARTI-  S ol"? requins, for tho us?, of r]��������� H.n?pit':l will 'bo  K-colwrJ by,the Sscpwry of th-������ Bo.or.r until noon (,n  WEDNTE3DAV. tlw IdUi SppEwribcr/ tho lowest or  any t������rjdnrn>t necessarily accepted,      :  Ton, p-ir lb. ��������� Coffee (Ro*%iH), per lb.  B.trl>y, porlb; Hugar, S.I. per lo.  Su.irar, Crushod, p'Tlb.    ffwp, p r \h,  3.)It, p. r lb. go'Su, psr lb.  Oandiep, p.-jf.lb. Ontmnul. p r lb.    ,  M!itoh������������ (Wood), por doa. Bntfc^r p-r lb.  50 in Coin.  250 Chances, at $10 per Chane������.  1st Piw-rORKVILLE, with furniture, and  Stable lor 12 ftoraeaj $,5u tor second  lii^jem; $25 for ffatal highmt; $50-for  lo\v������������t j $25 ror second fewest-.  "^u. Thw R-ifiS;������ win fca|te place on tbe  prt-misea. Y.jrkvilie, on Tuesday, 31������t of  August. 1875. aui4  Qualification Sc Registrar  %~"'" MO* OF VOTSES ;AOTv 1875. '���������.     \  KEITHLST'' CREKK PQLIJKG DIVISION  --OTICK is hereby given that I ���������will hold a  JS    Conrl of RevisloB an.Jer the provtslois of th,  nbore Act, ftw the polling Divl?ioi of Ktithley CnVk  at tho WILT.OW TAVERN, Kdtbjcy,'Creek,' ou \V(M|I  tesdjiy, 1st acptember. at 11 o'elock ia tb*������ foreao,*  -;������������������:���������������������������,--;,:--:-���������.   .1: ���������]  -    ���������      OLIVER   HARE,  '. Collector.  juir^mg, | ���������������������������������������������������������������. mm ,��������������������������������������������������������������� M|7;  Qualification &     egistra-  flON OF VOTERS A^T/1875:  QUESNELMOUTH , p6LLfNa   DIVISION.  -jlOTIOEIs hereby given that I vrili hold a,  jS Court of R-vtdlon under the provisions of iht  above Act, for thft Polling DivWpn of Qu"?n< Imuutli  kirns "tllce, Qucsoelmoutii, <m WodBeaday, Sept 1st*  at 11 of the clock la th������ forenMa.   J '.  A.  ,luly. 20,-187$.:  BARLOW,  .Collector.  Qualification & Registra-  J TION OP VOTERS ACT, 1875.  WILLIAMS ;LAKis "POLLINO  DIVISION.  NOTICE is hereby-given that I will hold a  Court of Revision under tho provisions .oi tht  above Act, for the Pulling Division of. Williams Lake,  at my Office, WUlhma Lak?, ou Wednesday, ou Sopt,  1st; at li o'clock in tii������k forenoon.      y ��������� y;-.  ! ���������/:.���������' .���������.-������������������  v'-'    -..-'v .WyPI2������CHBl5CK,.- 7  ��������� ���������;���������<-   .     ���������-   .    :������������������";;    .,-..���������..-'���������������������������.������������������������������������'-���������������������������   .Collector. 7  July 29, 1876.  Qualification & Registrar  7"7TI0N ;OR-VptERS ACr/1875.". ilr.  i ;      BARKERVILLE, DIVISION;   '  NOTICE is hereby given, that I Will hold a  . Court of R-M^ieu. under tbe prbyi3i������.n? of vthe  above. Act,; lor the: Electoral District ot'-BirkorriiIf,  at RICHFIELD, <>n We<ine������day^ the Ist-S������'pteiuber/  1176, at Cleren of (be clock- in the forouoon'. >���������'-  'i ���������':'��������� JAMES UNDBAV/Collecu*  ��������� Rlcbfit'ld, 81st July; 1875.7y:: ;-y*::--,y- . -     ;  ���������  ������������������mi i i i        ,|     ,, ,��������� i<i"    i_i ��������������������������������������������������� m     i,f-������ ���������*���������-'���������   * -^-- ���������������        ���������      ��������� ^  Qualificatibii;u& ^Etegistra-  TION: OF VQTJBRS AC 1\ 1875:  ;    LIGHTNING   CREEK^   DIVISION.  NOTICE is herebygiven that'- T will hold a  JM   .(;pu^rt of[ Rtvision. under thfv nr������vi*������.ii:^ <:   :.'������'e  Qualinction hd-.I RegisWiVtfnmof Jfrtu'.i   .u-i, inl-i, ^a  tlio lVl������grapU Offict*, Stanley, tin^W'bbNtSJ'A V, rrrfi  Isti at-IX o'clock is the iorJnoon.  ���������' ...-". 7 y '. 7  S7:AKOHfcK,  .: - i CoHci'T.  Stanlny, Light nlag Create, July 29. -.-   ._   ������������������  Lake La Haohe Scliool  District.  Provincial S^crftar'y^s OfBca,  30th July. 1875.  HERE AS the Lieutenant-Go vprnor ia  CouitCil in empowered under the  ���������'Public School Act, 1872," to create School  Diatricfa ia addition to those already exist*  me. aod to define the bouhdnriea thereof, it w  hereby notified that bii* Excellency has be u  pleased to create the tract of land enclosed  within the uHdi'fmentioned boundaiy a School  DiHtrict. under the title of the Lake La Elucbe  School Diaiiict. viz.: All that tract of land  Included in a circle which may be described  within a radius of six miles in length from the  School House, flituaie at the 114 Mil* Port on  tbe Cariboo Road a* .to* centre of'aucb circle.  By command.  JOBS ASH,  au21 Provincial Secretary.  Barkerville,  Importer and Dealer ia  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS,'  LIQUORS,  HAVANA CIO-ARS, and  pfcgs.  liar 1, jh������t lb.  Chws������y pr*r lb,  Brest/?, p^r 1J>.  Flour, per 100 lbs.  Onions. Cfehuag"? fittd  C^rrotsvpoylj.  r>r:������c< Apples, per lb.  Cox! Oil, per trail->n  Milk, por gviioo.  B ^f, Mut to n & Pork, per Ib  P>t.lt������������''r5, p -T lr>.  Wool, long & short. p;reor<i  C. L. T������OMPSO^,  -.DEPOT,-.-for-PIONEER  FLOUR.  MILLS   EXTRA  DHY GOODS v  A full assorted stock of LACES, RIBBONS,  &c.t &c. for;Ladles and Gentlemen.  THE undersigned, -who has been in the employ of Mr John O'Omm-ll for a��������� number of T^'JJJ  hereby notitlea the public Of Cariboo that hu IS NOT  AN INIHAN, as some people suppose, but a WHITE  MAN, ncu a native of Mexico.  ������������������ ��������� i     . .   ANTONIO EOQUro  ^^  . i������&J.  mm-  ������P!M  an  ^M-^-r  tni  K' wvwauw  m CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1875.  '.': SUDDEN DEATH,  Clinton, 20th1 August���������Mrs WycoHj wife of  Mr VVnj. Wycoitt.of.Clintout was taken .sud-  dnoly ill, complaining of a severe headache,  I about 7 o'clock today. 7She grew rapidly  woree, and died atD.SO.&.nu /A Coroner's in-  queat ������raa held, and I be jury returned a verdict of death from natural causes. ������������������������������������ ���������.  REPORTED FAILURE OF TBE BANK OF:  1      ��������� >������������������    CALIFORNIA.     .  Victoria, August 27~It is rumored to town  that the.Bank of California has suspended.1  The report is believed to be true. 7 ������������������  ������ o  *>  ���������������������������'.';:���������:, QUARTZi-'' 7 7-y-"':-i '"  An Assay qt quartz from a. ledge on'Snowr  shoe now being: prospected; by Mr Thorn >������������*  Hay wood, was made last week at the Govern-  ment A8say Office.^ -The resu 11 was 7]o��������������� of  silver and 2 oilof gold to ih������ too. Tbe iedge  I* well defined, and has oq ly been 'siiiik ;on ;a  t -. w feet Mr Holmes is also sinking on a  ledge in the same neighbor hood, and is down  about 30 feet. Some ������;good������looktng; quartz  trow this ledge was broughtinto to wn" to-day,  a sample; pi. w hicfai wi 11', ber assay edi..; We re-  ptftit below some extracts from:the Canadian;  Geological. Report, written t>y Professor Sel  w?n, which will be read with interest by those  of our readers who may wish to add to their  know ledge of the geolpgioal yrejations. and  4ha structure of the/gold.-bearing jroc^ajj  OKOLOOI.OAr7;;AOK OF G������M>.  '  What influence the "crystalliue rocks, or the  causes which produced them; have had on tbe  formationv6f the quartz' veins with which the  goM is general ly associated, has. obt in Vaoy  *r.-uro been satisfactorilydetermined;. J : y\  It would appear,;however; apartj,frVmr.ijfiis-;  4)(H*ry causes in connecdon wit&.tbe^ allusion!!, that a general sirnilarrty in the geologi-  ^chI conditions and associations7uhd4r which  flv jrold occursexistsjn ailaiiriferousregions,  :jp' w r 1.-��������� i r.or the"*vetnstoties are"conneciied, as In  |: Canada. Britain, and Australia, wit^eozoic  a wj ji:i:.us zoic strata; or as in California aod  6wuz<oland7with mesa*;������ic formations.j or as  in Hungary:add Transylvania with rocks of  ternary age; and thus the probability of  the occurrence of veins bearing gold, or any  other metal or metallic ore in any particular  reurion, can never be determined by tbegeoio-'  gic-il age of the rocks alone, but rather by the  physical conditions and influences connected  will, m������tamorphism. upheaving figuring, dislocation and invasion by crystalline rocks, to  which they bive in each case beea subjected  since their original deposition.  OKIGIN OF MINERAL VKIVS.  It is now generally admitted that direct ig-  TiHous agencies, in the sense of injection of  fused matter, have played very little, if any.  p>irt in the production of mineral veins, or in  the distribution of the ores found in thorn,  and also that auriferous quartz veins present  no featii res; which; won Id serve to distinguish  thnm from any other class of ore-lode^ either  in their origin or in their mode,.of occurrence;  and pu these grounds;/I have long held the  opinion that there was ao a, priori reason why  such veins should hot contain gold in suffi  -oient quantity to be profitably exlracted at  any depth to which ordinary miuiog opera  lions can be carried  Wgm. w ������Pswt mineral veins and their ores are  jflK d,,tt> as l helieve them to be, to infiltration  and teegregatton of mineral malt-rs, chiefly  through the agency of subterranean mineral-  <jhorif������*d eases and therm \I waters, penetrating  and,percolatingfn nder favoring conditions into  and through cracks and openings Which have  fe������en formed in the crust of the earth, either  by seismic, piutouic or volcanic actinn. or  through dessication and cooling, causing contraction and corrugation ; then there appears  no reason, physical, chemical, or geological,  which should determine all of "the greater  part of the gold in auriferous veins, towards  those particular.parts' which now constitute  thi������ir surface outcrops..but which atsorae re"-  mot* earlier period Were certainly many hundreds of feet beneath it. ���������   * ��������� 7' ���������'  .,    -..     VK1NH IN OEPTH.  In some parts of Australia, and doubtless  elsewhere also, vmna have been traced from  their outcrops on hills considerably elevated  ahove adjoining valleys, acrc^s these"valluvfl,  and up the opposite slopes to equal or greater  elevations; portions of the outcrops in the  vulleys being as rich as other parts of the  sara* vein on the summit������>f the hills. IrVsoch  case* the valleys' represent at least a great  part of the denudation which the strata "have  the latter are {ill-oweji vertically downwards  from the hill tops, there keema no reason why  the quartz at th*������ botioiii of such *b^ fts should  not be as rich in gold aVJi!.w������is"sU ihe'surfact;,  or at an equivalent depih IieneaTh;. it. in; Ihe  valleys;: ������lie rein(iye level of 1he two postrioti.-f  betng equal. and-the scoopine- out of\t.he val  ley fan accident comparatively almost as ro  cent as the sinking of the Hbafts.  ; nisTRiBUnoN of oold in vkjns. ���������  Again, jf there, were really any .relative and  conatant prop0rtinn between depth and  amount of gold, tlien, In all cases each as that  cited, admitting even 'a much smaller am on tit  of denudation of the vein than would be  given byjthe entire depth of the valley, it  ought still ,to be. manifested by. the shperioi  riciness of the Iiu\ oiitcropa ; but. so f��������� ��������� r as f  am aware, no such relation has ever been ob  s������rved. and indeed no definite law of general  practical application penms to be yet known  as affecting/thrt distribution of gold in veins,  beyond the prevaiIence of Xbai regular, irr������g������-  larity which is more or les������ characteristic of  ore deposits of,all kinds arid in every regions,  j        iOK OF KOVA 8C0TIA. VBISS. ''._���������"  ' Though it is hot difficult to show that: the  greati ma j or 1 ty of; all t he; ? worked; a u ri fero 11 s  quartz deposits are of more recent origin than  the-;rock :in> which they occur, it is seldom  possible to determine exactly at what, subse  quent peridd. they -were, formed. In Not a  Sootii there> seems go:>d evidence in.the well:  km��������������������������� wn occurrence of. gold in the Carboniferous eooglom erates at G ay :s ri y er. th at at 1 h ist  soroeiof- the ��������� veinsyareyof; pre CarboniferouH  age ;; but oh the ^ther hand tlifre U no reason  why many others may not be.even.of tertiary  date or immediately preceding the; demtda  tio ns by which .the receut.auriferpU3: ai Iuvious  were formed;1 7  -v V^*..':'1* "������������������ '���������'���������''' "'.'C-.'. :���������' -���������  7������������������*-;:       AGR OF AUStRAUAN VfiTNS.')������������������  7 It is;c9mmooly supposed - cliat- when r veins  cease; uptvards at the.conIormab 1 e <������r uncom  formabIe Iine of contac 1 of two formati0ns !(>r  rock masses, thiR circumstance.; is in'.-itwlf;.a  pro (>f: th at sii ch ;y ei n s ���������: we re for in ed ��������� d 11 ri tig  some; per iod au teced en t to tbe dep'osi t io ri oi  the 'superior"; and younger formation,  and'  doubtless such;,)8 frepjjjm11y_tbe..'.caAe. ;.~hut.it  is;' I;conceived by?Iop^mean8 an >ixiotn, and  should always be ilp^plied With caution., inns  moch qs it is not '"only possibie* but evi*n  probable, that. copuiiionn favorable far the  forniation of- openings,^. or������icks!rand' fissures,"  and "the5nitrodtic liAn' of inlneraIs in?o 71hem,  may. jhaye affected the sediments ot one for  mN'tioh; wi' h 0 n t'��������� pei a t i ?������tr.~b eynri d i ts I i m irs.  ej h������r ii] w7r<isor diiNwuward^, in rocks wliich  differed greatly !f).p|iy>*ii:aj'a'id mineral characters,, as well.aa in\jreolninoal age.  THK GOLD ?*TRKAK. ��������� =.  7 The distributioni-ot tbe gold in .��������������� streaks/'  *���������:pipes." or ������������������'.-'. pay chiniue"yK'' in'the qu'ar z  veins is a feature common to Nova Scotia. t������������  AustrNlia; and to California. These streaks  are always found to have a dip more or less  transverse to the dip;ot the vein ; they some  times vary greatly in width at different depth;  on tbe course of the vein, and.ar������* therefon*  m^re or less lenticular or wea^e-shaped. not  nntrequently; dying, out altogether before  reaching theaervice. In snia^* veins they are  stated .to. oconr at no great distance apart,  while io others they are separated by great  thicknesses of c<>rnptrativ������*ly barreo quartz:  Thus in following the v^ins downwards, if the  streak hap pens to ;be narrow, it ,vi 9:.������ peed il v  passed through,'and the sudden; imp<>verisb  .me ii t of the q u a r f z .'causes anil tie; U >. be ah ani-  doned, when by a, I i tt Ie l;urther exp 10rat i0n i n  the direct ion of the di p of- the: streak." a very  d I ffere ri t ��������� resu It hii gh t- have: beet > o b t ai ned,  Atpresentthere is not much" leliabje Informa-  ti.'sn 0't this si 1 bjvcr, 1110itfeb it is one we 11 de*  serving of qloser iovestigaiion.  MINING NEWS.  W1LUAM3 CRKBK.  LKeroRK.���������Re.v.fMr ThompBon will deliver  a Sectors on '* Strength,'? at the Firemen's  Hal I;*-. Stanley,;^ on Monday; evening* nest,*9  The Wnjiabs Creek Bedrock Florae; eo.: la Tickets can be^obtained at. all the places ?of  paying ove������ a 100 02 a week. ./The other! business on Lightning Creak..    ^    -y  nydraiiMc companies are not doing much on  account of tbe scarcity ot water The Barker  co. expect tb.be at work Tin their diggioigs  bv the latter end of next week.:, Cap. Kbbin'  sou by a ar lust got to work in th������ <M Bald-  head claim7and will be taking but pay aext  week. The Cariboo co. will commence woik  on Monday. ' Bawden ������fe co., at Cameronton,  are taking out good pay. Fitchie&Co, are  taking out small pay. Ballarat co. are sinking a new shaft.  ; the Cora co. bad over 53 oz. n p to Friday ������b01?l1/-  noon.   Ferguson co sinking a new shaft.  y-7'7   MOSQtlTO CRSKK.  ���������'���������'",.'*.':���������...-\  TheOliver co. are working on ffosd pay  again., ������������������ OldBilly Saunders4' ;ia: taking': out  good pay, Lanyori &. Driscoll, who have also  good ground, are about to bring in a ditch  from Wbipsaw.  ��������� : "   ������������������-���������-:.';;���������  :,:-  7;       ,-;0jf jTHK.NBW CRJCKK"  being prospected by.GVargaiCowan'A'CoM  two new claims have been recorded^ Cowau  & co. have got their last shaft down 63;/and  the indication! are considered favorable!,;':.'���������  Asothbr UANi)ri)Afa.-rMr Joseph Park,  Biirrister-at-Law, announces his inttntlon of  running for a seat in^ the Provincial Legigls.  tijte at the coming .eleotion... ."'������������������������ '���������':���������'it'-, ������������������-���������'���������.'; 1 ^ ;  :���������: rKABSOX^^ExrRBSi, withv a'. fait ?.16*d '-''it  freight, arrived at 7 o'clock last night. 7 Tto  down Express left at 1 o'clock to-day,   ; '  Rain.���������A littleram fell last nighi, siftl  there-is some appearance of mors falling  ' ,. v.. i.-';:.-'Himw;;7 ���������...���������<' 7;-  ' Quick & Co,.are taklhg out good;pay.},  '....:���������..���������;.���������'���������; ...���������'v.;-;/antuhcrbkk:;yy- ':'v?���������:''-���������-  . The Nason* co.?s piimps' were out of order  this weekv and it .will bea few days before  tbe diggings are pumped put.;.  Palmer, ground siu 1 cihg, fiye bandsi .is  cleaning up an ounce a day to the hand.���������.  Sh h rp and l?aitul 16, ground! si n.i.cing, haye, aIpo  been* making an ounce a d ty to the band,  and U is reported t h ?������t' 0 n Frid ay they si ruck  soni e; ne w gro"n n d f ti r (her n p/ the ..creek w h Icb  will pay -jaitill better. -A (Vhineae: company of  ten men is;-taking out $8 to $10 per day to  the hand,���������-���������':>.,j'.T'���������.'������������������'"������������������ .'������������������ ���������- .\?--:-.' ���������������������������;:--;:--:'   ':"'%7'  ! ...  LIOIITXrNO CREEK.  7  ��������� '������������������.'.' - f. ���������     *.-'--.,������������������" ��������������������������� -��������������� fi'w /'-.- ���������'.-?"'-���������.*''"''��������� .- ��������� '"���������'������������������ ���������'���������������������������  Van Wi nkleco washed^u p 491 oe. last -week  and 120 o zJ. on Wed ne sday.. V ictoria co: 846  i > z. I as t w>e ;t.. Va n cou ver ;:������<ii '77', oa- last  week, and R5 oz. up to^Wednesday^ ;Eibyep  ���������<\V* :Eng I Wn d" b rokeV Th rough iii to gravel on  Friday.    :  Brrkklet, September, 1869.���������Gentlemen,  I feel it.a duty I owe to you to expressymy  gratitude for the great benefit I havefderWeoV-  by taking * Norton's Camomile Pills,'.;;;I. applied to your agent, Mr Belli Berkeley, for  the above-named Pills, for wind in the stbmV  aeb; from which I suffered excruciating''paiitf  for a'.j length of' time, 7haying tried fnearly,  every, remedy prescribed,' but without deriy*  ing  any benefit at: all. ".After taking 'two-  bottles of: your valuable -Pills,' I was quite J  restored to my usual stateiof bealth.y Please  give this ^publicity for. the beueftt .of: thosja  who. may; be tbti s >, affile ted.���������1 am.; sir,^raty���������:,  yours, ( Hbxrt; Ali,pass.^-To the .Propr'wtbw  by Norton's.CAMOMiLE.PiLis.^.'7 i'r.yy-;.'��������� [���������  :a:r-ira:i*il7^ ;;C;o-^ii;  Cassia a.���������The news from C������ssiar published  in the Victoria papers received by last ni-dl  is favorable. Bench dialing-* are reported in  have been struck on MoD^mes' creeki The  news from. Qaar'55 and Keih. creeks is re  ported by.one correspondent to bo good, bv  another.as not very eneouriging. The greater  portion of Deaae creek has been abandoned.  The news from Thibert creek is Raid to be  flattering. Nothing has been heard from the  different' prospecting parflet. Mr Rob. r  McDermott and Mr J. Wright, formerly o.'  (JaviboOi have opened stores on McDames  creek.  A cct roN.���������M r Byrnes w ill se.11 th e b al a a c e  of Cohen & Hoffman's stock at Stanley on  Friday next, consisting of Ladies* Goods,  Gentlemen's Clothing, and Groceries.  Dka'tii an*o fKQOKST.���������Coroner (3hipp holds  an . inquest this evening on 'the body  ol  a  Chinaman who died from the fff-ets of inju  rles received in a mining claim on Stevens  creek..   ������������������������������������*���������  No Nkws Erpokt came over tbe wires this  week,  - Thb Trunk- Rom from ������al������ to Barker-  Bank Faiujrb.���������A Victoria telegram pub  lished in another column, reports the rumored  failure of the Bank of California, one of the  wealthiest banking Corporations in San Francisco.; The stock has always been held'by  the largest mining speculators In California,  and the fai 1 u re is d qu b tl ess caused by o ver  speculation in Washoe ptocks. Tbe failure  will make tbe Pacific money market stringent  for a.time,  Condknskd BkrrXA process has been discovered by which beer can be concentrated  or condensed so as to admit of easy carriage  a Yd thus, by reducing the cost of transit.  lessen the price, and consequently incr< sse  th** consumption in countries far distant from  the.place of ils original manufacture. Tb^  new process, which is somewhat similar,to  (bat adopted for the condensation of milk,  reduces the beer to one-tenth.  PoWTiCAr,,���������Advices from all the Electoral  Districts on the Mainland say that the eornins  election will result in the triumphant return  o"-mrn determined to uphold the rights of the  people of British Columbia, and that the  members of the present. G-overnrnent and their  supporters will toe returned by Urge major  Itfet* . -  Barnauo & Co/s Express arrived at seven  o'clock last night. Passenger list:rrWni.  Uaii-ny and John Shepherfl. from Yale to  Soda Creek ; Henry;Schirling, James ''Eider,  Richard' Mien, John Bowron, wife and three  .children, from Qnesneimouth.���������'..-. .i  The Court.���������It is reported that the Su  preme Court Will leave Victoria on Fall Cir  cuit next   Friday���������Judge   Gray   presiding  Attorney-General Walkem will come up with  tbe Court.   .  Courts "of Rkvision.���������Courts of Kev^sion,  in accordance with the provisions of the  Voter's Act of 1875, will be h 4d at Richfield  <������nd Stanley on the 1st September.  County Courts will be held at Quosnel  month on 6th September, and at Soda Creek  r.n tbe 11th October.  Fire.���������Mr Stewart's residence at O&meroft-  , (Carrying Xler.:2tfajeityVMaiUJ  .; ,..  LEAVES BARKERVILLE 'FOR YAlM  1Svi^%^^^^ Mprninif i  Connecting with the Steamers at;.Qu  .'   ,: mouth, Yale; N^w, Wo8tminster*n4  :: 7" 7 ���������; Victoria. "'���������''  7 7V7  - ^^.Freigh t and Passengers carrled thrde|%  at reasonable rales.'" ":" <A""> " 7'"      ;'; ���������-'   7  For rates of Freight and Tasssg*,' apply  to -       - .-.;���������. y.- '- :,; 7y;-'   -.���������. ' ��������� 7-77-;:  GEO, BYRNES,^ Agent,  . Barkerville.  [NEXTDOORtoTIC-TieOFFICEl  TNVITE3 YOU TO CALL AND SEE HIM,  J.   ani (pit as much comfort for the Inner man ������������������������  any other m*n can provide for the same amount of  caeu io tbo shape of  OF THE BEST QCJALITY.  N.B.���������To fill up the time, I'will attend  BUSINESS.  And SEWING MACHINE work of every descrlpt!' ft  will.be done at the shortest n������>tlce at reasonat.f>  charges. ���������. <-  no7 FRANK PERRETT.  H s received a  Comprising a Great Novelty in ���������  Ladies' Albums.  ladies' and misses ready-madb  . costumes:-..  underclotpiing,  SUPPERS.   '.���������'������������������.":.  CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SLIPPERS, all  sizes.  And l������y ever? Eaprsss, a.new supply-of Fancy Gowte,  wbich I will sell aa law as possible to sulk the Mines,  au2X 1m  (Twelve Miles from,Victoria,)  SOUTH SAANICH, V.I.  riARlBOOITES VISITING THE Sea Co&sY  \j will find the Mount Newton Hotel one of the most  pleasant rtaUng.plicei on. the Island,-  Tbe H.'us* is him.lsomoly farnisiied, the B-Ads firaV-  cUsp, and the Bar is well stocked with ehoioe Wtae^  Liquors aa4.01gH������a>  \<  ' /': .  . r  ?7  ���������  i.  .-.* .���������  -i  .v's  *���������  r  . ...... :������������������;.. :��������� a -.v.:.'.:.  <y.- ...,- - ; .:-'-v - " **;-'���������' ."A.-:*.>;"-.f ������������������* -���������;-:,' ^i-  v.-,-..- v-"'*  ��������� rv^vt:.--  > a >���������������;������" P,;  ���������      v- ������������������:.���������/>.;  -��������� -.���������''  a.w-'-r^rsrs 7&xie*vmjrw^  gaagyg  ���������ai^i������ii^.r^ >;ii'j(^^.r.^JIM^'iff''g^  ��������� '���������-.  .:;..  .i?- -^OTICSS\;;N;vy''  ;y< ^  rfy^y'-7:VSr  ,;:>b^Ertl^������ /mUTCH., ; >;.y :>  ������������������7'-' ? j. "'���������>:���������;    -���������     - ���������.--.. :   .  .' .���������' ..* ..    ���������   CANADA. ���������..^:-,-y:;;V-7.v  PSOVINCB OF BRITISH COLUMBIA-  ���������.-���������    . .?-^y;-7������������������������������������    ��������� -y-yy^ ������vy 7y!-;.  Yrcror.u, by the Grace.of;G-od ,of}.the .United  Kin^arn'ofi Gi'cai Britain-"and fJrelu'nd,:  Q'nisk?, Defender of the Faith; &c:, &c.%  Te ail -ta-vfioin these presents r shall come���������  Gksstjx(I-7; 7^vyy;���������;������������������:���������'      -   ���������';'������������������'  A FROdLAMATlby.  ���������Qm. A: WAT.tsi;) %hkreas the Lieutenant-  Ai^rn^;-G^W'aU V4 Governor inCdiincilhaa  tbouchtfit to exempt the Electoral Districts,  of Wilooet and Y'aleTand IhVJ Electors thereof,  from iba:;aperatlon of the "Qualification and  EegipW&n' of Voters Act, 1875,11; ; vy  NtV.Icuow yo that,; under andtby'������ virtue of  the authority contained- in Section 7. of. the  " 'Qualification >and7Registration ������of7 Voters  Act, i.575/ ��������� .ihe.Lieutenant Governor in Council, heraby, pro.ciairaa :that the Elector ah Districts Yof/ cLiU'ooefery aod;-: -tale rshallj  until the7 first day, of.7May/ 187% i>������ ex?  empte*fr6in<the>operation ;.df: the;,said Act;  and ttenMSlectora e f.,, the,said^Distrjets.shall,  until tbe caid-first day of May, 187.6, be exempted from'the necessity of- s^ndingrtiyrtiren  Collftcbo'rs'notice of their claim to*,.vote.' -���������- ;���������/  >V;.������  yy<.\.- ������������������.-���������...��������� y,  WiifMSf,  th* year of-Our Lorn, ifcjo, &ud m the  'iSt-h year .of. Oar He.ign., ' ... ���������   _  ���������    ������ ^ 1 -    ' '  * ; ,J   7  .   ���������   ��������� Bt command.  ��������� - :���������:, \  NOTICES;  rm?  " ��������� |T6tiqs- ;'to' ���������' GMiria^ts-; of ;���������?  ;?���������;/���������?. CVV'J   -//���������-���������'.-:���������"      T-"Q>^ri'1' ''  ��������� ;'' * ���������">."   ��������� ���������  ���������  ': L!LLbo������;T'SblS TRIGT.-y;:7'  "I":  :-^;aTOWNSUW:NtO.; Vr ���������;������������������;/..'  'TKT OTIGEy-isVch^re&y giv^n^-fchat in accord-  L$ 7'J an be; w ith t b e*}) rx> visto ii 6 o f.: t h e;.. * * Lap. d  Act, 1874,,?-thetoil6win5g lands ^tu?;te'ih the  District of. TiUldoel, ���������opposite r5xg'Diig Creek;  ngti i h-anIr bf Praser Hi ver, bave beeh srtb-  (fiyi'teel-by'Surveys, and $&W:.(n^f *i������vo  been'deposited /in , th.o; Office of; O..B. Pope..  ^sq.. Clinton:.:-:^ T^7j;..;.*--.'^ 7^.   . ������������������'.;"  :���������':��������� Sections-1; 2. 2.  . ��������� : East half-of Section;-*':   v  ���������7s"-. i'i'^.y-^   ''J   ; ��������� 97. ������������������������������������ ��������� ���������������- -: "��������� "*. -. ������������������'���������.'"  .Sections 10; 11;, and 12/-. ���������.-��������� "���������..7.  ���������-..��������� Fraciional/SecUons 13- Y&./.; .-;  ;; ��������� ���������   West half of J3.ec ti on 15. A c^-y.:    ���������    ;.  ';��������� -North half of Section 16, \~k.-1H  *i '���������������������������: '^SecUons 20. 21. 22rr!,;... . -y     ,..  7-    FractiopaLSftction^S..,; ,.;...,,.,   .77  .,.  - ;;^Sectipri^26;:27, 28, ?ft;.^.^7.,7; ,". V^  ���������-,:, ;Switb nSif^Ssp^p^^  -��������� l ' Fractional Section-:36,f   ,;.'/'      '*< ., .,  - - ��������� ;-   '���������������������������;��������� ��������� ���������' ���������'������������������������������������ '���������       ������;.ii'i^..<.': -J't- t^i������������������-i*������ ���������'���������' ������������������'��������������������������� i ������������������J- :~--.;'--:--i':''������������������<���������' ���������"'������������������������������������'''.<i,<' j ���������"'���������*^M:������  HOTELS, .RESTAURANTS, &c, -' -  i������-S7T  i  -.��������������� -���������/  ������������������'���������:���������:  (>���������:  OJi.-s' ".������������������;���������  PiiOPRISTCm.  .Tlie 'Celebrated  iXX  J'  ���������������������������.  ���������NOTIO.iSS.'  ".,������������������;;;;���������������������������;���������; PuMic .���������Notice." ��������� v;;  rules iftikn^ ';  ..."   ���������   ���������-. '. .': .-���������<.  -���������"������>���������   ' y .,������    <��������� ��������� ��������� ���������'           ' -��������������������������� -���������". .       >. /  North America .Act. lSbT,'.' \vupiUbr,i?r trie civctum of  a^B ridge, the making o t a RniIrphtl, TurrVp.i lce Road, or  Telegraph-Liudjiho construetjruvor improvemeht yfta .;��������� ���������  ^���������''.-   i.'  or.lnclivtduals any exeiusivo.or pecnllur rights or priv���������'>'.-  ' And thaticlairaants of-aoj .portion of this  .land who hav.e not obtained'Crown Grants  ���������Uieteof,shoul^p'rbve, up 'their'>claimsr.in acy  .cbrd'ance with Clause'aV&LfrjidlAct; 1874."  :" 'Formatof proof.and,declarations can,f be  obtained at, the office of. the rjomraissionery,  .Clinton.   ���������' '?'.?.-...    ���������      ,- f '     ���������  ��������� ROBBRT;BB"AYBWt '  '  "- -.      Chief Coramisaioner L'attds'andiWorks:  Land? and iVdrka Office,' '   ��������� ** '-;    ������>  Victoria! Dec 19, 1374.'   ��������� ^'?'      ~    ja7  H Ji   m^&Di,   y7f 7; '77 7' ^7t7:yy *) Tfitl^l^yV.'f^r-1 \ '0 -k\ r$$3CM Z3  [U3.],-   - tQSlBH W; 'ITtUTeH.Vi |g7|  ;:7-7y'7y77^'ii;;B-:v7;;''f7^^^i^lA7';  i7C^N^AD^  &9-  ���������Sfijf  ingdom of TGreat ^Britain^7a^nd  Ireland^  UKS^r;Defender of' the Faith,4&c.  ^���������6:^\fcftMiyfilE-tfo serve-  in the Legislative Assembly of Our Bro-  , vlnce of 'British: Columbia, and summoned  ; -and."--ca:ile(fe'^6^toefifi^  '���������>   or :Farli*ment%f^Our^sai:il Provirieefat;Out'  City of Victoria, on Thursday^   Lhe Tenth  g a v lof^in elfins t^ ^  and'held,- and every of you--GnEBrrrNO.  ,    ^L "' :;;a ^ eboglaatation. ;    ;   ';  Gbo. -A..WALKRar,-l TOEEEAS the meeting  ���������<OI^ne|^Bne^lXj:7^  ^arli.-tmorit pf;fte Province,of British Coltini-  biay������;Utios called for.Thursday:  the;. Tenth  day of June next/at Which time,; at Onr City  of VicLo.^a^you werej-held; and CPPstrained  ��������� "to;appeal:"-.  *    "  7 JS()W KXQW ,YB;THAf /��������� foj  dIV6/8 iCall363 ^anH.  co tvsi rie rat io ii s, a fid tak in g in toco ns! de rafcion  11 io cji so an d'} cd'h'veh i erica. o f: 0 ii} -lo vin ^ sii b  jpcts?.W(^hftve thoni?lifc fiC-by and with th|  ad vice- of Our ,B?cecuilye Counci 1 ��������� qf the l*up \  ;������������������ Vin co ^ofB ri Uab G7a I ttmti u ^ to relievo yon. and  .������������ c h" of y o ii j of your; ii" Ue n daii c e at the time  aiorea a id, ;��������� h e re %4'c!������n vpinisg, /na^J'by these  j>r**s^'ny ohjoihini*V' j o������j arid each oiyott, that  fr���������a.������TUK^i>AX,f^^yXAV���������B^uKfctt;day.���������9f1 |N.  ��������� ro o n t}i i > t .Oc I o h or a ex t, y o u, m cet. UtiAi i, 0 u r,  .t.-!\uI t*A*'gisij������1 nro oty P;tr��������� iiarhent of Our siiici  I* io v i n co j i\ i 0 s tr Ci t y of Vic to r i a; on d 11) e re i n  to do ka. at ay seem necessary. Herein fail  not;-  Jr\. Ter<I imon y wh ereef. We" have-'' caused  ...���������������l3e%lOur.Jje.irpi,s to be marie Patent, and  f I ii (xriit).' .8 e al; o f Cor s ai d P r.o v i n ce. to  f i ���������< h (?r������". i h to a IB x ed : Wi t n asf������, tli e 1:!oti o r-  able Josv&ptt WrLLUsr. Tiiutcn, laieutormnt-  ������ U o ver oor of Our said I'ro vtoce o f Bri iish  Colmnbiay'in jO.ur City of V ictoria. i n 0 n r  n&id Province, this Idlh day of M.;iy. in  the year of Our hord 1875, and in the  ;)3ih year of Our .Reign._  Bycfvm'.nnnd. '  OilARLKS GOOD,  ���������Deputy Provincial Secretary.   y:r;/;:;y?::yo:;cyy -.....,   of, th^CarUiop Dtatricfc or Barkerville wlio are liable  to' pafj5 lt0ad5Ttvx -for;ttae year 'iST^tias^been^pos telmt  tho roltowingplacea:'- . ,      ,,     ..,;y';  ; i   ..    V"  air-Sraith's-old Store, Haryey flreelc.     \        '   , i  .--   M'ossrs. Veith.&VOo.r,;s,fKeithley^ '   v  ���������   ,- GoverDjiiVe'nt Otlice^- Forks' of* Quegnej, *' .���������      ;-' r  7."\,7---'7y*;;;/;''7fr;'7:7i, ;-7-0i^\p^^RE^7y;-^  (    J    .  !     r     "- l-   ('    Collector;-7  Forks of Qaeanel, JanM-f 187������.wrJ������7������,.������  ae^D  fPA>^..  ���������vrOTICB- IS^H;EREB^iOlVJEN tliat iiist tff*IIper-  XI    sons vvithm;tlie     :^-   v.  ';,. ' "  - 7.  ���������      ���������ljTjTjooet divtsion f-   v y '  of the 'Lillooet' Oist-nci who are liablcZto pay-rRoad Tax  for tlio year Is 75 can be seen ��������� at, my,office xiaily;.:,,'.;7 ;  . ,*' 7 ^' ��������� -^���������; ���������. , -   r ��������� -y i!���������y"vyviss^^;H;, / '' " '.  - c A>  7 '     ' ������������������.'  "   Assessor^ant! Collector.l'?  ;XilIoo.et,jJaD. 9,<1875.  ..^Ui   ^., /./���������'. y    M  ������  >y  PClBLiiG   NOTICE,^  m>--'.  ^OTIOEIS^ HliS'R.ERy^g^fft^:--that a;Listof^U. p^r-;  '���������d% ��������� ������ons within ttie.District'bt Cliiitdn aiicl. Wjlliara^  Yja^fii 0ivision\ot7theiOari;boo ;i)istrict;Uvlioi^ire * liable  to pay Kpad-Tax for,the.year 1875 has..been;posted at  the followiagplaces:  * ��������� *" '4  ��������� : !        ������:���������-'..-������.     ...  ���������4 -    Coart Hon a 6, ���������Clinto.n.-.V' ' -1,!,7:' .''1-y   '"������������������'���������'  Air Yeatos},'Spda Greek.-    - , - ��������� tf   .    ������  ..,  ;'-. Post.Office^ 150 ili'le Hoiiao.''"' "-.V ������������������:.'   :'  ;;-' yPostOlnceV"I)6g;Creek;, ���������^^���������r^^^i^-r:^^  \vi!U)oinanaractured aud sold by  pallia its purity,aud    c  The |333t Liquors & Cigar*  constantly kept on hand. ".  .V  '  The:5L6aging'pep^ftment'  vrill be always: carefully attended'to, and the best  Beds ,and;..accommodation -. provided :for.-itbeir,. cus*-  tonVersr.; ' :.;.;��������� - .'  ..., .#. :;     . .:,- 4*16  iNEk$ 0jdpr7 f ic-ffd oFiiik]  fi "... tleges whatever, or lor riolp'g any jnattcr,or,thing  y^Wkolesalo and'Rt iviiich in it's operaUon\vrould afl'ect 'thp'f rlpht or prop.-' :"V ?  ' '   v' ������������������'���������' crt'y of oilier panics, or relate t to rtiiy, particular class  L'ji'AV- a'iji.is;  TOVr^S^:^pi^;^0;QAIi3^ ANI>^, SEE^IM^  Jj ; and get; as7 m ucn corn lor t; ft>rf, the^luner man as  any,o,ther !in*Rh' can provide for theTsamV amount" <*f  xasU ia'the-iShapo of -'���������' "���������" 7; y/:::;- - ; ' " f'    >���������,. - * \;;:������  l;J.tft  ;. -Of the .BEsr.QOAilrr-Y:.  v; ,   :';  H.B.���������To  fill up  tho time,   I  will attend "to thV  :r ; J    .-    ���������:" i y-, ������������������  !,;'f.j' y   v "}'.'& y-. ^"L.^-.y--  f TA1LGRIJN1G! BUSINESS. ;;^  ' ��������� ' ]���������.:  y---f'������������������'.���������/��������� -.-: t ''i::y,-'y;y..y;y^7y;'7   ;y-yi  And;, SEWING MACHINE work of every Rescript!; n-:  xwiin b^V.dbn'orat^-the^^or^at^DOtlce1; at reasonab e  ���������>f tho-community; or for making any amendment era  .  viko naiu ro'to any former Act. shall require" 'i! Notice;  fected, or .if there l>e no newspaper published therein,  i.h.erj in a news paper in fcho.fcext lioarest- district la  Vvhlch'a newspaper Is published.;^   .7  7Such notice shall Do continued in each' case ,of . ,  i. period of at least 'six wet'ks; d virlnR: the1 intcrValJor  lime between the^lose.Of {..the next preceding Session    . ���������  and the conRiflcralion of the petition-. ;; ..    .       ,. ,  ���������������������.:;:,? Beror..1'any 'Petition pyayjng lor leaffl Ho'briDJ " '  Jn,a Prlvato.-Bi 11 for the������ erecfion: #��������� a Toll Brid.ga.-    ���������.-.-.,..  ;pr6seutcd tu'tho^lbusef tbe^erson or pwsons intend .  1ng*f6:petitlbnforfeueiyBilTshaUv:^ ";'    ^  aiVu't%"enF^cor:rTteffa't^r the*paspagrof rafts' or vessels,  ind������meritioni'ngals6i:>vJbu?therjh'ey .Intend ,to? erect a     h  UniphKJrlira   ni<   nAt    HTif!   ilvfl f'Si iViWtl Slim <5 {\f? tTlft' Rfi.inO.  charges,  ^no7������y  ; ''-is.--���������'.-'   '  h-;..51-:r/.iJ;r.  i7y, a&j/s-  p^ftTOANNpU^CETH^'TH^  U   U) the spsfctoa-s'-premmeS'fornierly known as tfce  St. George Saloon, .where they ��������� will be atall|tiraea  preparedtofurnish   ; 7  y       y   -* ;;     ^  prepar  ���������''������������������'''#"yy?);7yi yy:.777;;7i ;;B^;;77^���������7j;Vvil^;-^^':''v; :.;7;;' 7;-  7i;y;7;'^7;y-7;yj|>y;y;';k^  y .fy|y ���������" ;-y 7.7i;-;������ ;T^7'^7 ^������7;7i ^������M^;?: flMWJ [%$>  m-  ' i.-:.4*-ii'*'--j.-!vVj*-'/ iy?^������������������ryiV-"y7   y. ,4?.--\--������������������,.:���������:;v. ;I������t. ..���������;��������� ,-.,���������  .   B-0 A R:^).^; A "N- D  \~M B Ai:^.S  OF -'-t-HE   BES*  LJ.-=V-  ;:^Th^.\^AR.*1svrorhMsU0ij7w'iti  VtIQUOES;an^GIGAK3: V  quality.;:,;  ;rhV'flncgt-;SriNEii.  yoh'ij tvisri)joioby4 atormod feljaith^only'Av������j^to pro- -  ���������iyurelhc gcnulnje, it& to.,. .. ,tl     x ,_  *,*   .y ";>  ^3K'^oii -LSA; :& .vPERBIKFT - ^At2CS-  Vn'd t^see,������6ha-J^ttyai,������$c..&mes^try^upvuliliV7tf k^i-fiik "  . acixa n������ r t a- o el s10-rwiu.c ti vu en ttmes ;o y j. ������ ji iv.^ :-i'*.- it ; j j r  ^aVe\]>������en^r^ed^^a,fi 0*ivt.tlyy: ..  -'Have .e.u^nj^s^ l>V-.;  .attorncy,ta,t;akCjln/������tan t ?])rpceedingi? a-gainX^'uan.V?'-  '  fic^pa^RMvu'|,v^dor,^o-(suc^rV^ranytoth^rindta.^   ,  ''tionc oy^h'f Qliiiiireifrigt] tmay b ^nfring^Ji^ ;^  , V , ���������  *'' '= i -yy ^.i ��������� ''"v" ������������������"; -."-',' - - ��������� '-< '-<--- ��������� ^ h ���������.'>*'',--:'' -;  ;;;  -,������������������/ f f\,������->?y*p-ft^i. >7>ggS  m  m  <d7 tjm  per  Clinton, Jan; 13, 1873^'  :CrH!.������P0PlS^7:-  yj.- .���������,v,.Collocto3>..  ICQ  a"   "  EAVS THIS DA.? DISPOSED OF A POH  t:>;o of my stnek', and my  'MILK BU3IHE33    ..  ON WILLIAMS "GREEK,  to \XAUgx .% DALY, RfWtaunnt-kneBW������, of nirV.ir-  Villa. y  S^SS^-ii^  syy^d&4������3^ 75* ^  Barter?illo, June 3,1S75,  gWlLLTAM DIXON.,...  PUBLIC   NOTSCC  \TOTICB IS HRK.EB$]GIVEN";- tliafc a List��������� of'nil per-.  ������H sons-with in the Riclifielfiv'^igUtnin^v .'and^jnes'  nelpjoutb Polling Divisions..of t,Uo,. O.irtbuprDistrict  who :trd liable to p.-iy IXniid Tax for the year IS To  can be seenat tlw following placea: ;.  CoiirtHou.se, Itichflehl!  Tel.eg ra|) ti 0:11 co������. Van Wj n kle.  Post Ofucc, Qu.>sneliiioiitij.  .-'' ;      /I-LATELIFSETrS,]   7y     '-  BARKERVILLE.   BC.      '   /  ;,   ��������� -; '  ���������:>' -;-'       - ii-j7 ������������������"'    7  : ���������   '���������'', ���������     ������:  Wk:-FbllBESTl b'sffs to'inform His;frieilcie  yi ,.;.and Llio pu(������Iic. tli������f'he has piirehased��������� tht ;Ba-  lo.on;:in:;,Bai,ke.rv'i!lo. so. well   known-., us   Llpsett's  rial o'oii,;; wti e re'; lie w i 11 d ispcj use for an oqu 1 va ten t.'.',  Tlie 'best ���������LiqTtbi*^;GigiiTi/  .  .7 ;. .;-.*���������������������������' -;--"-      y,Je'M '       7"' ', !-'?   . " ''���������''.'������������������-'  mewmv ���������ii  Illn.  1  Barkervilie, Feb, 8t_h, 1875  &$ t>v u. y 4)^ .  JAMES LTNDSAT,  ,CoJ!;ctor.  ������������������AT THE���������-  OLD VAN  ^���������k:  lit  ULIGHTNf  EEK,3  J-  ���������^R  Keep on hand everything  rfla^3������ liberally.oxten'lad to tho eld firm  iftltvt*}    ' to$ tm He a������F������ j^_   my 16 am  T  EACHAM  K R. p "r e p a re d to. f u r n i s 11 },n m b er at the i z 31111a,  ^\ri 11 i:-..\ii C reek, o r <[ c I i y or i t to ord er.  7LUM13EE DJ5LEV.BRB0 ON LIGHTNING  ORKJSK." .... 7        ���������-;.   ;:. '  ^Raringa Planing Machine in oparBtjon thoy W f  also furnish -  : DRESSED LUMBER:'  BARK Bit VILLE,  Auctioneer,Conimis sion  and Mining Asceiut,-   ���������,  APPBAISSE   AI^COJWIYAICEE.  * fffiyfymls roceived an<l store;! in FIRErJ3BO0F'  CKLliAR. and. Mb era) mi7;������o������'<js madtTwi Attm<*V-&1  nx������oniibl������ r-^tea "  my 9  #SS:  :.^'  ft-  ���������  ���������  ���������  r  5  ;-3-': ���������'���������--'        -j ..-:>;i.';-.���������������������������������������������(.? j,t, * -\.-.>vyi^U '*s������'*.t.^  A.skf or -iE A <fc"BER^NS;;^auee and; see'.,:.  ; .Natoo���������'-dm '.��������� WrapperViira"b;el^ BottleV aiidy.-.-  *Stopp"e1r.T,.:*. :\,y : ���������-^7,   '-������������������' '7   "- .. :      r__ ';( :.-   i-"  7 T^i^)l<isnjo an il,7for Export .by^ this 'rpm^lctorBi^yor.''.^ ���������'���������?:.  coateri CJrQsso &,BlackweHj London, &e.,f&o. ;^an(|:- ������������������:��������� ���������  ;by Grocers^hVl-Oiime^ ;:..7i .',-^j-?"vi}j.������>-:-y^-.  ffln  Hi  teS  7- ,,'j' ("R0I2L HOTBtSBUiffiDlSG;^' *; f.' . .  'ComniisM^  ;';: -.;��������� ,;and.Imppj^6rs.;:>:";;^ *  AIEEMH:CiIi33I4IlEUS(IPEAN..  f,  LEVI S-fBA'iiS^ '���������;&<c;o;;'s  oiliiiis.'  XTk  N.B.^Thip Patent is sec tired, for tho United  States, Canada,- K������ogiond and Germany.  y\; V'':aplO,;;-:. -   ,y    ���������������������������:  - ';.'���������'   ;  .__     __.      -TiirFaiiJ ibwiN������,        ���������  ,,-. ,"   IS AN  Officii LEOTj :-  dated io th May, 1872, from an old iuhabi]  t'ant of HorningsliHin,, wear Warminster.  ������������������"   Wilts:7  .���������'   v-;-'    ���������  ' ''I nittat also- bep.to.s^y. that your Pills pre ,-  uii exoelient inedicin������.for rno, an������1.1 certtiio'ly .  do enjoy good  herd til,  sob rid  sleep,   iind ,;.������  good appetite.-   This ia' owing to tak nig your  Pill*.    I am 7S:yo������������rs old.   ��������� .   **'"  11 Kemaini ng, Gen tle m en, yo u rs very tro ���������  ]i| spectfully, ' [L. S.   ,  ,    *\*% .Vvtathe nrdprietpraofe- ���������������.������,,,..,.V, ->.  'KtfSTO*r������  CAMOMlLf FILLS, bfllofl  j..- i

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xcariboosen.1-0170469/manifest

Comment

Related Items