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 I     Vblv.l7. y; ���������, y;,.,,'.Bai-kerville, William Greek, B.Ci/SatTirday. DeeeKnber I2v 1874-^  i  H  H  81  H  m  a  'mm  H  i  1  III'  Hi  is  11111  H  H  ���������  Is  Hi  Wm  fepjf  xy~  XM  !;:!,'^;#  iHSRE  , P ubl i shed ever y S a fur day by  R O B E, R t'L.JI"0 LL biW.AY;  /:  S ubscnp tibii, ? - '������������������" - . 2 5 G eiit s toer Week *  For *n efstju:������Ve (olie in ch), 11 rs 11 hsor1Jon; . -, : $3  :-   i;���������:*-���������  ',y   *':;���������'/y-.,-:  ���������' ���������'��������� -^finemontht'>" ��������� ���������   o:  -Furtwokftha^^ ;.-���������:-,���������..,....}," 5;  .*' '���������'���������'".' '������������������ ��������� '"'*' ,-���������    oive nvfiuh. -.-,' >--.",":-.; yy  ,.s  A&eiits,for.tho * * Car lb o6 Se.iitme 1;'' *.*  Cuesuelni^ittl^'^-V'V  ���������riirifdn'.-"1' -:���������'���������'.".%  X '���������***,-: -���������������������������������������������-y;".. Tjiiv's'iy;..  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En I ei tai n men Is  jfe^ExViSUt^ dispatcb.^^  M     >n������i      m     l ��������� ��������� i|im���������������������������������������������mmwu^w.���������l������yll  I'll���������1���������inMllWI���������1^-  TECI1NI0AL   AND:-���������nOMSBacIAL  EDIT-  ��������� :���������.-; .. cation;,;   ...     :     :  Tho  fo11 owin ir;, rem* r]ts V oh tocKnical and  c i > m i n or c i ;il e d i teal I on; by ��������� t h e Ear I of. Rose  b.'rry, J,'resident off the'^Social ��������� Science; Cph::  lriv^y WiU be.found interestiug:-\:-      ��������� 'xx:  f The Want'of this special '"ednca.1 ion 'is ibe  re ^requirement ^ofe^onr, ..'ijHfliislry^i without  one brings: him^^d^  ; ca p aci | y of, th e ;o t h et>- ��������� ^Ati d:. t be; men tion;of  :S w ilzet lab^:|ea^sVmei^say:;t1mV tech pica 1 in -  ���������sir lie tion is1 heed e iV as m u c li by' the m a s ter ".a s  ithewdrlnnan;  Tlie-'praclicai ignoraritje of the  master;:may; earn ^.tim '.the- con tempi70f hh  ; men .-Jythe ; ignc>rhnc)37and >distrust -produces  tli e ni i dd j em e rl wl ip. s ii 11 f ii r tfier es tr a n ge. t he  two p11 rties, and the re?u 11 is c0m plete"; vvan i  of sympatliy^on.Bpthsides, withVa|i../tlie; evii  {ha twap t imp 1 iesy V^fhe- in aster ;becbmes; an -  mote figure headythe interest of tlie workman  . i'J'his work/passes^  ton; and ihe:M'tfriitel6t'7f!iii.^b-.pSen^.*��������� there  uviginate :Mibse nnnl^rnyeoj^nvau^es; which.:  <1 esignt'd 1 y >up t>t^' sii ^ev\^^y^^y^:iiiAt6\  p y.Q il uce ���������; a Vlead-1! e^el^ :qf '* \VSjgdl-jjivl ftneljf o(Kl^  worker, a;ndi: ihe^bad.���������;^!iis>Torcetl\e^u������iMi;r  reacts upon skill, and 'tafcos*way all. direct .��������� COME ALON^r?WITH^YOtR CASIL -  ,eiicouragi-nieii i) to ;��������� ���������������'ersp"ftjjti; s'npei iurityl;-vi'ir.  ���������aiio!hei' brariclv optecb;iicaVEducation we are;  41 m'o's't -eii!itvly. delicieui^FinjjjBil^frati^naU  hardware,  "���������-cLo.thim'g.^  -JT MEDIO]MES.  ed 1 leu i id n ��������� f 0 r c 0 m m p]$fa I j>u rs nil ?y, The ��������� G/- v^  m a n * c3 erk w ho c 0 m es to Er.g 1 a 11 d as to 1 \ ish e^  o ii r in ere ha a ts not: m e re! y: b y. his ��������� nia-s j e ryv  ^iver-Cwo^orlnme'flarigua  (ery <������!' the princ!-pVs'-.'and ra! ion ale of- bis  h\\<\n<���������������??. Fpr ihis In a naiInn 1 ike 01-rs i 1  #011ld: He - f oppcfe**d.. t tif re -v������oi 11 d 1 be a m pie  Fii^ans oi instruction/'As n "inatrer of tncf  t'jero "sii*tKuneprofe^sorj3hir> ofjihe^i-inc!^  pies .3.1 i^^'tJi^m^^etpiifi'-^ttjfe'. Hit i eJuyKi hedomj.  jui d (Jirtt/'baS'jiei tlujr "e������ d 0 w;i? e ijit. ?n or sie ho la ������s-  s 'i i ps. Tr 1 s p r o b a hi e: I h a.t tech h i c al a n d; c n ?ri  m^i-bial ^'Jnc;tUn|i; ������\'{| j: Kitve; to be ��������� pr/)'viii������;i|i,  by.'lhe State in- Eivghuid ;:���������*'it Is  mere  tluui  f HbTEtSiVRESl,AIJR:ANTS/^c.'^���������".''i-;  ?  '.,;y STANLEY,;4iJ(}HT^ft-iqft3S^--'.:;.ry'  R; McpERilOTIS .; ' -   :~ ;���������"'.''���������'������������������/"'���������   H'OriitEToa.  ���������: i?^������;The ".b^^WhJss-^rffiuof^ .< e^ul; -XJf^nrsj'nit/aU.;',  list r.. an 'I all vis 1 tors made liappy: a"6 d coin io rtii l> ie.  >���������  ���������"'n&T6in*v   '' ": -'>u'-  y"*���������<..-' ��������� -ro>. ',i ^-������   . -.?' ���������.. N-..7���������  il^st^rliit SE;Bi!iii!:  /'v;J'i.  ;.������7ii  ������������������^/���������'..l1  ^,   '$&* A.KD. geVbargaiks. ji&gl.  '.       ' XX'-,-.,     '��������� .'my������',"    '-''..'������������������������������������   :   .  whicVceKain natilrai-^  ,    . 7       ��������� .     7  :y   -; ���������:.��������� *���������:. ������������������:.,-. ri ������������������: ������������������;���������;:��������� otvs luive:boeuynp^ne(l: to-Us^ neeessiiy*-ov  lo li'������'!nhor������-nt in fhe��������� Aug lo-Saxon race, will | frrnvf������:anil gainful: iac'i's.": y-Jx". ������������������,   '-x ���������������������������.���������: .'-."���������;"  . r>'t ,u vai 1:ja s ? n the s i t.;u gg le fo r com in e rci a I  P r������..��������� 1o j s^ \ t\a ]i(*i>ti  11 w i M n 01 he ri ew toy pir; to  tear J hat wit hou t tech n ical  fcn0 wledge,: and  wiitHMit a generally diffused knowledge of  thr* p'i'tnciples of trade, a uatibh: may easily  hi^ behind in the world of trade.    The truth,  like nIV'truths, is not new.; the alarm ball has  I'een ringing for years.   ProfVssor.T^ntial, in  -yrlrS07y said7:���������; I '��������� have 1 ong en tertained ibe  opinion that hi virtue of Ibe better education  p i:0:Vid e d h y  c 0 n tip ������ a tal riati 0 us,   Eug I an d  m.u'at-,o.ae -day. and .-that no : distant, .one, find  berself outsiripped by��������� those nati0lis both  in  the arts of peiice and war.'���������  We are living  ni������w riotuusly and ������������������recklessly^ we are cons luring far. mb re co al t ban w e   nee d,. we: are  spending selfishly the rightful heritage of our  p ������>s re ri ty.  Ii������s t e a d o f th i s. 0 u r anx i e t y sb o 111 d  surely be to husband our powers and to educate our people,, fur we have no new dumin-  10us to explore ;, our island- is no more capable of expansion  than a quarter-deck.   We  s I'Mila   luol\   |}������tv I'.itoiH  bultilj  iii tilt* lace  S <*'the effects ol ^ti***?iw.i#������%J t;.doAa.t?'-in i������ <^n<i  s'oiple e������Ue.' Sw^z \rburl \> h--,mned in will*  in on at,*} Ins, her. climate is  unf.ivon?b!o, Iw*"  Hull  is limited. h@r one resource of water-  f ii* we r ia p r fo u ri o u s a s id ex p e 11 si va :  she h .1 s  no coal  and no harbors : yet sue Lliieatcns  the silk trade of Lyons, and takes tbe riband  trade, of Coventry,   J lor exports of silk alone  prose in the 11. years between 180(1 and 1ST]  147  per  c0 nt. in qn1 au t i ty, and. 132 per cont*  in villa0.    Can any cr.use he assitjnnd for this  but t.i e complete and special education which  s! e <rivc������s in primavy sch0ols, and proctica 1  schools, and  inire schools,  and   s^eondaiy  sc'i'iois. aid cantonal sciiool^, all (opnml  up  by tlie gn a I. Polytechnic lnsl.itnt(; in Zurich ?  The Swiss inanufacturei" 1 iveri simply, ho is a  mas'er  of his business, and his  workmen,  w ih whom he is in perpotiini eoiih.ci. rospoet  him for I his.    Mast������������r and servant have offou  been at ihesamo school learning iheir craft ;  the j know ii. thoroughly, and  though  it  j.-s  said  tlmt * tlie   ICtislHfa   o[M*ra(Ive   will   g**(,  through   in   Ilmi  hours  as iiiuuh   wfuk as  a:  Swi.^s in It, vet. judg'lng by rc.-nl[.,s, we may  believe lhal the legbuicul kauwholge ol ihu  'ArrsyKLii vN^ruUri.  WintSr-;;: i&rrah ^emeni;  '���������' ..^[Supopssprs ta;I). Itnrtz & Oo.,];   ^ y.  .. / ^IMPORTERS.AND ������������������DE^LERS-.IN  ,  Bareard-" ������&  MX.. ���������  'OX'S  T*  F^-^i* ��������� TR <d ci: ���������  (Carrvjng Her IIajesty *a Mai Is.).  LEAVES     TICTORIA     BY    STEAMER  RXTEUPRfSE ������������������    .FOlVKE^wESfiliXSTER,;''.    *  P. ca cl: i n j Va le in time to con ne c t with th e  W.-si s n r������fi -fis *?*'���������*??.?.*? ?? ft ? ������ >������������������ ���������MTfi'Ara Vvri  SiAGfcS LEAviaii inhh ������ laoifBAYS  ;. rri v i asj at Clia tmi -on wedn es������day s' & a tl. E arker  viile on. Saturdays.-,,  DOWN.   TRIP...  ;5lejghs lejivc .B.o'lverrill.V on SniiClay.^,   arrive *a-  f iinioi! on Tliarsdays si 11'l Val-..ioti .Saturdays.  Oitaoets at CM'-Uu I recIv wi11l V;iin;u's. 01 >:j)rosy (Ol*  Ok<ui.iir;oi.  Al * Is at oh with Ivnui^oifs Kxpn^-s 11 rr Lillooct.  A11 i uiiii (tdilitjlu-p'ri Ivxpr^'i? lor ihv.f ('r.u'k,  Al   Qa.'.-iicliiioulh   with   Syivc-;vUT?s   Kxprcsa   fur  Ouil 11004.  F.   J.   BARNARD   a   CO.  F re ijr h t a n tl Pa SM n ngnt'S c a rri e U tl 1 r; jugil at reason ���������  iihla niti-.s  l'\>i* im tus oi' yrei^i11 ; 1 n u P. 1 .������sn" p<?," h ppi y to  ������EO. BViiKEB, Agent,  EwT* Harkt*i'vU|e,  THE FOLLOWiNG  r^j   tin ted lot! 1 M;iy,-lS:-J, i'runs mi old  Drp ������oodS; aiid'ClotMng.  CLINTDN:"��������� E'JC.TRA   FLOUR.y  :   Xggt All (1 o6<l5i of the "\Best '.Quality' and'; at; the  Lowest ^Prices.; ���������:'��������������������������� ������������������-"''y.'' .'^^yv^.'^'V''' f\*? !"..;'  . ..BarleerViiie, May 91."��������� ���������'-;-.7-- -7. - .-���������r.-y.=.mTa:0m>-:  p -Etf .to: A^^uxf"K T& if rk&'n a v te i? kSo vfiv  i>  .to the fei^ijfifrasi jirfiiv?^' !Virm^y-!hiO\vti;::iS:t'l"#r'  St. ,,Gexa;^e,:..?������-d������K>u, .,\yhoraJ they,.AV.i;ii' be at siil:iim<r  prC'parcd.iraiFui'ui^!i *   ' ���������   y.--   ,,���������'���������' ������������������*:��������� ������������������*���������'.'"   ���������*.- ,"���������.-  ". B.-0 A:.R ,t>;'. A>N. 07, M E,A.1*3 ^  Of   THE   BEST  [QUAUTy. "/'  - Thew:BAT5 iS'-fiirriislicd ivith tlie^ finest WINE3.  ��������� LTQpOKS anil-GIGARSLs .,,7. ..dy;  %.. t ..;i?^ -?,..>���������,, i.4? '���������  '���������'''���������'ST'^'"'' yi^t* ? *,S^rpc������1r''  .���������'���������������������������.'. '*���������.! rj li?i������ '������* .    ��������� ������������������'��������� ���������'���������' - : ���������������������������������������������.���������.'.:<:; :���������;���������- '���������-������������������   .:���������������������������-  arMV  717 b'Ul  ^rk^iJ  ;rewei������i  .(.r ,-j.  ::GttAB!A?fPACIFHFIJ ...^.  TEffl IP'S; -:S4<> M,  Wlieri there are st* 11 pien*y. ot* the best brands. 01  y British Columbia?   :*--���������'       u;^  fLQURv mv '-' ���������i;'::'"';: "���������"'���������������������������: ������������������������������������-.: ������������������'���������'���������'j;'1';  y    LILLOOET BEANS of lS73r:^:  And oaier:Farm Produce, at .VERY LOW RATES-.  Also, a general assor tin en t. of :  GROCERIES,:  DRY   GOODS, ':."  BOOS   &��������� SHOES, :.  HARDWARE and DRUGS.  jf^f* ComniisMon, Storage and Forwirdiag business  done al lvasotiablc rales.   "   ,.  inv3. 111 JAS.   REID.    j  X-i .^ftOPRIEtOfi.  -: ���������'���������.(-  The Celebrated:''&X Ala  wi U b e ?ni an iifacl\i fed and so id by^ Wnolpsale a nd Rv  tailin its.purityjand ..;".'"..' .'^y^x/'-  Tlie fosst: Iiicniors!& Pigar *  eonstaiitly kept onUaiyX   :.:..; ,-���������:" ;, 7. ..'  The jLo^giaglBepartmen^  will be a I ways; C rivef o 1] y at ten <led lo, and th c besfr  Bads -anu: accoiiiVnodatioii' |Vro\id'ed for; their eusV  lonicrs.,    .; xs -f .:������������������:���������;:"    ^y^'T. ,.v;;.:iici6';- "  Beedy &  nsend  ���������AT   THE ���������  it���������if &  OH  ;r���������������I  Unit ui ilurn'ingsUani, iiear Vf.ii'.ohi.-jler,  Wilts:  *' T nmstal.'to tw������,sf to s-iy Hint your Piils nrf  ;ni <'X"..)i''nL iiK.!(lr<-.iii;" {'or nji'. an-i 1 ct-rfahily  ijiiriij������y jio'Hl h'1 ill.ii, siunif :-i''''0. uiii ii  ���������iniiil ,;p|j.'U!ti. Tiii.- is os'ing ty iiiUiu.-j your  I'llN. I ;uo 78 yritrs uM,  ': Ki'iii.iiuin^, Gv:iiLl'-'intin, yours very re-  j spi'Viiiiily, L. &  T.) 1:10 I'roprL'^irs xi-i  MORTON'S CAMOMTIvE PILLS, LONDON  OLD VAN WINKLE STORE  LIGHTNING   GREEK,  Seep on hand everything  SEOUIEIDIIA IIMIG; CAMP.  V OTTCR   IS  HERKBY  GIVEN ���������" THAT   Al^I.tC A>  l������    Lion will,;be iijado at;.Liio.n(,xt.rf^S!JU'n of tin*'.  L<'!ii?l.ilivo A^omblj' of tho Fnivitics of UntisliCo*  iuinlna bytUe. ;:. .'7      y- s . .7.:.:  .       >y  WILLIAMS  CREEK   HED-110CIC: FtOMB  AD DITO.ll UOMrANY (Limited),  for an Act to 'renew fn ftjvoc of- the paid fompahy for"  ji fertiler ji-Tit'd oi  ten ye'irs fr-.im t*ie i*;-������rli ������iiiy<.>f  51 a roll, 1876, ������ il nil rl t>i rtguhi r th e rigii 1'������; privi 1 r*g^s .-.t n n   .  lien i' fi i^ w 111IV rrcti .11 pr.nir.iie in by th e ;'; Wi Ilia ms Ci'o c U  FiuineOiv-Ujancf, ISeS"   . ....  October 2. 1ST4 oeS'  Re Kimbal], clecQassd.  '���������'-'. :"���������HOTIOE;:������������������"','.  milE'  ElUiST ^DIVIDEND,  ON  .'THd  * a. h 11 ve K s t; l te J las b oc. n d ocla re cl, am ������ uft! In g* 6,  58. per Cent;, wl'iieii amount- 13 p tyabte at: ui  UUioe..  OKOjiOK iWrtNKS,    ",  A^ont fvivQ K/V-rtpiAV,    -''  Oiticial Ad:uiiiiatnilnr.  B n rk er vi II e, 0 e til km 20, 1ST4., n������*2&'  SUBVEYINGr.  !>ARTJRS     INTENDING     TO .   AVAIL  LlmiinsHv-os ������t" the new Muiin? Law and to pu&  j ch������** thotr gi'imnd, cms li:iv.? 1 liu Sufvey 01 the sgiwm  ,.,      ,,       ,     ������  , ,   ���������     1tn      Unci .U-i^ made by ad,*.ire.-:siug-  The patronage sn liberally oxi ended lo the old firm ;     ... * .tn,   ,     .,   T|, 4 r     . , ...  i is I'osDecU'ully solicited lor tho nuv.      .   uy!6 tfra    i  > ^Aii������ v* *>.  iu*i������ Ail-i-Ut������   ?  IgSii^' gajaaaf Bw&&gk^mmi,<iii*������>  mmMmoomw^  ������������������������������������me  BiTORDAY^lH3p.7l2,;>?87^  *    '.:  ��������� ��������� /GIANT POWDEE EXPLOSIONS.:'  An exptosion of Giant Fowder took place  In the shaft-house ;bf the YnnWinkle Com,  pany, Lightning Creek, on. Wednesday last.  ..  forUinately^^  yirig Any of tlie^persona: in Ihe buUdingatjlWe  ':��������� ^ime.   It; appears: that -a; cart ridge; and a half  of the powdery was placed on tlie stove, on  It 'suddenly exploded,   knocking  a bole  *hr<sii*?b lite top oW the stove, which is made  ; <iflhick boiler ironv and aca.Uerin^  y4ers;in every direction, sorao of them striking  ^rJOiven;Crbw)t*y, wlio was sitUng.alongside  .���������';������������������ Wf -Ihe stove; on 111e head, bunds, rind legs,  13 n flic ti iig^li^b t wonndSj while o I hers whizzed  VJ * ^past  the' heads  of some persona standing  aiear the dnrnf^osc/some 13 feet distant from  ���������the stove.  The clothingMt hanging on racks.  , ttroun#( be stove to d ry a few min n tes bef'ore,  .1 ty:tlie men who b ad' j nst go iw to it ei r noon  day'meal was torn to sh red s, and" the escape  L <of those present in the budding from death  '7 <������r serious injury is attributed to the fact that,  the lai'gedobrof the ������baft-houso was open at  '   the time, thus allowing a good vent.   As it  was*, the' concussion was very severe, shaking  ���������^ h e:' b ri i Id ing percep ti b I y, an d eansi hg co n ���������  *ternation among those presents   Had tlie  -t������xplosioti occurred <a few  minutes' sooner;  ^ "-when the men who had come off the tn or hi ng  rr ������liift were clustered around tlie vstove;warm,  ?ingjtbemseives,sit ia, quite :probable/ set ions  aujury or loss of life would ;haveresitlted.   :  It is^ difficuU^to ,a^  ms ' we' are told:: %y. tbe; best authorities thai  ���������gtiinfe powdery will not explode^ unless ex  'mloded wilhXIhetp^culisr^caprmadeidr the  ������������������ purpose; kndvthatMt'wilt' ntffc 'explode "\Sy or  ' dinary, conctisstodvpr by the action of heat;  INn in er on s i n stan ce s*a re p n record wh e re I a rge  . r^juahti ties; of giant powder bovelbeen burned  M p withont any expl osio n .resnlting ; and we  1<now (hat in Cariboo several instances haw  * -o cc ������ i r red. w h ere rn en: h a ve 1 e ft car tr i d ges so  S>lose ^o.'a,;h ot* Ptove���������:���������'; th at they ;', h ave ign t ted  < vjind been a]lowed��������� to' burn <np. but: no oxplo  ;. ������io n occu rred. We re mem her^seei ng i t sta ted  So a California paper���������the Truckee Repnbli-  ican ������������������ that; 1 he nit-ro-gTycerine spmettHaes,ooze?  : ;i'oVit cif the Tutnsor^  ������*;mixed������ when it is no safer than nUrd glycerine;-The t-rutirof this stateriient, however; was  : . -denied . at: thevtime, by ��������� the/; San;'Francisco.  Hiniiig, and, Scien ti.fio Press-* a high anthority.  '���������$ As;��������� the' natuVe;of". the '���������*' substan ce;;6f ygian t  ypowdoi' .is but: tittle :knowh. a few extracts  ; Urnm an Article in the; M5niiigi\andi/SpletJ^i>flQ;  ��������� 3 'ress will.be; in I erest i ng;].[ '���������- ,     Vv ������ ';���������' J  "Nitroglycerine is made from a mixture  io(nitriq and su 1 p.li'nric acid. oiie part of:'the  if- nne r and tw o of t h e.; 1 a tter.   j nio this is * i n -  : 1 rod need slow ly a sm u 11 s I ream of g ly cerine ;  ih e m a pr is kept co ns t a n't I y s t i r red. a n d co n I ed  *T h e id t t'o gl y c eri ne ^fo r ms by 111 is p roc es?  *nd. whtie It is in this: inixhire swims,on i op  V>l the acids on'account ol -its specific gravity.  Th������ . whole .mixl.nre,la  now nin into water.  yand it is repeatedly stirred in  the water in  .���������order to completely free it of all acid.   It is  rsv 11 sh ed i a t h r ee d I ft'������j-re n t wa I ers a n d a n id k a -  ���������line substance ad<led to neutralize the acid".  3 f any a c id a re m a i n i t is v e ry dan g e r o us o t  at is liable to explode, and this was the mis-  .1ake made which lec^ to so many accidents:  After stirring it in the large bodies of water.  11 ivas som e ti m es a 11 o wed t o rem a in, and as  ,   It was heavier it sank to the bottom.   It was  supposed  that the water would  protect ii  1rom all chemical action and danger of explosion ;   but on. the contrary^ it awins that.it  was n o t in a H inXaaces c< ������n p letel y freed fro in  acid, and the result was a chpmical action of  the acids on the nitro-glyeerine, causing heat  11 ad a geaeration of gases,  f^-*Now. if this process of decomposilion oc-  rars withtutt being coiiiiiied. nnd������������r water or  i-������hiMpwis*e.  the silro-glycerino  is  set. on tire  sold biiriitrd up-, bnt if the decomposition h  Allowed to Nike p|������c** under a considerable  weight oi water, or is otherwise confined, the  gases cauQOt escape freely, and an explosiou  f ol 1 o ws. For tlii s rcaso a ��������� al I ��������� m inuf a c t u rers  of 04 tr o-g 1 y c e ri ii e are; car e f ii 1,1 u , ad< i itio n to  washing Ahe Vnb'stahcejU :��������� apply  art! alkaline ;sobstanc&io neiitralixe^any:,trace  ;--   ���������   ������������������ vv       ������������������'���������- '���������-' ��������� v. ������������������: ':;���������..;���������'���������' ������������������������������������ i<:' ���������������������������-���������.���������:���������    > v  lo fi acids; that may remain. ; The secret {of sev  curing the safely of nitro-glyceriue, from ;ex  plosion lies in^oushiohing" jt.; The.sharpness.' ah d v i ol e n c e o f; the con c ussi o n,; of ii; b low,  is what explodes it. _ A nail can be driven in  b y-:#' b I o.w,: n 61 pi ish ed [, \h;' un I ess: .��������� w i th.-. great  force. The piinciple is Simple and well understood^ I If a soft" substance is placed between the nail and the;hammer the blow has  Ii111 e ofleet. T.he nitrp-glycerine is pnt in':a  pushion,7sd: \toj;;Rp^ak. Thei;e are different  sub Stan ces used f o'r tins ��������� p ri r p 6 se^. t h e b es t of  which; is inftisorial*earth; r'When- In that conditio n\yo u ' might as w el I t ry tod v\y e a 'nail  ���������w iI h a band-bag us; e x p I o d e i t by, coneussion.  It is then Giant Powder.������������������!Tho ^irituspna in  tlie earth used form" so'-many little; tubes,��������� the  fo roe o f ca pi i I a ryla itr a ci i o n n bs or b i ng a I a rge  arnoiin| of nitro-glycerine, which is cushioned  i n , th is manner." Kvery, m ai en air w i th wh ich  Initro-glycerine ismixed which has not these  .absorbent" properties1 in' a high degree, is  dangerous. I or if b^^ any means nitro glycerine runs or is sqiieezed out; yon have all the  ^original  "dangers ,of   pure   nitro-glycerine.  -NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  : KEW ADYERTISEHENTS.:  ;;V:i;;FlR;EM  Tuesday, Jan. 5th, 1875.  *   ���������'���������-.y  i The lAnuuaVBall bflhe  WILLIAMS CREEK FIRS BRIGADE  Will take, pi ace on, the a b'ove date at Barker-  ;.\  ..--7 . " \Ville;    : -,,.'. r    .. ���������������     ���������  : .; Trcic i-;ts may; be, ob fiii ned o f Catt. B yrxes  and M r [. IB. ITJskk'r. Barkervi11 e ; M a" f inn-  say; Van\\rinkle, and Mit G.M. Monuis, Stan  ley;; - ;..y 'y.���������������������������'������������������ ���������������������������'' ��������� ���������';';-'-" ".i-y :,.''��������� '"��������� !���������''"  - Tickets, $10; to iiioliicle Supper and Re-  freshments. " [.; , . yj,   del2  A^r~  Taltiable Property for Sale  THE STANLEY HOTELv with  ���������   .of Ibe best "Stables in tlie count ry.  one  A  LARGE  BUILO  7   -v25 feet;wide and 60 feet'long.     y-: :���������*'...;:  'jOifiE".. Lp:T,;No.;6> Gover'nment;rigRt. with  ;w;yor without improvementsj.  It 1 i:;frotb>hiU\ini?$.-.on'mccimsmt of ba.'I Inia 1 th, oil< rs  for;-sale-.this-welV'l?wtw.ii, HTANhKY HOTKI.^ tnti*  v very th i ng ���������.���������i;.i=n 11 i;c tWl.; >y i th ii he,' li n sin uss, ;���������. tug'cthrr  Willi one of th;��������� best Si.u i\Ws in ��������� thc cuu ntry.  | ^ A) t-'o, the BuiKjiii t' on .j door -above,  25 feet wiuiis  anJ,60 feet Joii^, \v������ llliiiisluid nisi lo.  i. Ana.  Ono IiOT,v N'; *. 6, Oi>vcni in\ n t riglit,l with or  ���������without improv. meiits. '. ��������� v* -.-.������������������    *<������������������������������������*.  ^>Will sel 11he t��������� tiihiiiig<,a;<p;irattjly.or in one lot ou  inodcrate farms. '��������� y-'-.  ; For;further particulars,.:inquire of Whs  ArsTiN',  at the Stanley Hotel. ' ���������.'.-��������� dcl2  -E1  LADIES'&CIIILDREN'S WINTER COOTS:  GENTU T;AD1K5? & ClIlLDKEN'S^liCJB-  BER pVIittSHOES.;  TWEED   WATERPROOe1    CLOTH    FOR  y    LADIES' ttUBSShfl; ���������:     '-*    .���������    ���������  CHILDR,RN?S MITTS & GL0VE3:    '  LADIES^   HOODS   &   CLOUDS,   BLACK  ���������'   VELVET HATS, HOSK. &?., &3V V  I willdurinjr the winter 'receive other Coo deselected from the best Houses in Victoria.  Common gunpowder absorbs a considerable j ^f RS   AUSTIN,  WISHING- -TO . RKTrRK  , p oi;tid fr of ypyrWglycerin��������������������� but|jis more;dan:  gerouS';than infusorial earthy  ;Vasier������-It "--wi 11 h6Id'^Shvt ::55::.Or'60 j>er;cent/  ^while^the inftisona^ear^  lln wa"rrri: Weajher -It -exudes.fi,bmj^h������:'\PV>wder  l$o. accidenit has: e^veryoccnrreo^ith%iaal  fpfrwd e r in j, tra h p]) 0 r ti ng: it,; A11 th e ex pi o s i o iiis  which-have occiirred;were\caused;:iiy)::��������� nitro:  i-gly'Jerjae^-' n M .powder; y At ] Uioio h] y explo-  ^sioajeyer /O'ccurringj-here^a t )\ he Gj^htTo yv.fl er  $pm;p.^  ;gly ceri n e. :^le wlirp.-the re ? :w^re;)$ jO'O 05 p:pti ndi  o f gian t ;p o Wer^w U  g ly cer i ne.: vv h icht-i. wasS iin h a r ni edgyS'h e con *  ;ciissioir blew open.^  p j odC | be:ppwder: yJV^n^Jr^ s t earner M e teor  b u r heSHu p,:;; <in ytj ak e * ������������������ ii i chiga ny th e r e; we re;  S?0QO^pollings^;' |f iaht "powder aboard; wh ich.  all bu rued up, with- the-entire. ;cargov wUhou t  out auy:ixpli^ioniwIniteve^  simp le c a.ses i 11 us t ral ing that it yy i 11 not ex ���������  pi ode;: 4iy./or<ii nary vcbncussion> /or, hy the ac:  ������������������iion^pi^ebb^yy-x xyxxir .'.:-\x.x.:y.L���������  *���������* In the .action of heat it,is peculiar. ;,It  can;'.be ' burnt.- If a sriia 11 yparticle of\ the  p o w d e r is pu cup on: a . b ar o f ���������', i r o n, o n e e nd  of \ Wb i cIIV; is; in '���������. a : fi re; 'an i\ '<\ red bo t, {tlie; red  e n <1 wil I b 11 rn i t��������� th e cold en d h as no effec t;  ^uton the part, where 1 here is av dull; heal  there \Vflt be a seini-i> xp 10si6n or detonatio ii  once pur-haps in: thirty ,orfui;iyJiui+*s in try-  i��������� ig it, bi\t not fthiformIy. : Put 'thla in a. g���������<is-  11 i p e,; u i id.e r. similar ;ct������n d \ lio n s and it, wil I  explode viol eui ly,-. being j Confined. But unless the .confinement is such as,,to ri'Slrain  th h gases i t w i 11 b u r n . ii p. In 1 in., vesse Is o r  wooilen boxes th ere. ��������� i s n o: ex p 1 os ion, but in  h quickMlver; Husk; closed light, it would  ljur.sl,7;The. large caps made tor the purpose  are Jhe only things that will explode it." :  The above account of the manufacture and  properties of Giant Powder show that tbii in  fusorial earth of which it is made holds the  niiro-glycerine ia such a manner that there  U no danger of an explosion, unless by.any  means (he nitro glycerine runs or is squeezed  out.    Now, the question is. would the placing  of a frozen cartridge on a hot stove   for   the  purpose of thawing it cause the nitro-glycerine  to  run  out ? Wh ttiink.it is most likelv  that srt'eh was the cuse in the exph-sion at Van  Winkle, the sudden application of great ho at  to  the  powder having separated the nitroglycerine from IJhfl infusorial eanh.   It  is  to  be hoped no w lh at.p u b Iic at te111 ion has be en  Ciilled to the mdter, more care will   be  uped.  in handling one of the safest, yet in the hands  of ignorant. cari;h*ss;pr foolhardy nien.  one  of \hf most  dangerous and pow������o fnl explosive compounds.   T!n������ nilos of common s-msf������  can  be no  more  disregarded  in ihe use of  giant powder than in the use of common 0m  powder.  j^f All orders from outlying districts  p ro i h v.tly': attend ed;. to and than k 1 u j ly re -  Ceived.'. .'" ' .'��������� .'���������"���������'  All tlie above ��������� ^oods^Glieap  for cash.  Barkorvillo. Dee. 5. <io5  W  71  ���������1^  To take place at the .  Y U L CA N ��������� SA L 0 O ST������  .;.,,- STANLEY,.  On tlie Evening of  24th  December, 1874,  Consisting of the following  p  RIZES:  One Magnificent Set of  DIAMOND  .    RINGS.  EA  y^'mjn^UjiMyy  C H E A P _B 0 i E Dl  The price of Board at this Restaurant has  vy'yy ���������:;;y-:y;;; been reduced to ���������'"���������":.'���������";:;  Eight Dollars per>W  ���������SINGLE MKALS,   - yFIFTY) ^ TS.; y  '      BEDS.   -  FIFTY. GEM'S. A  "1  .J  BEEF AND IViyTTON  From 6 i6,i2* pehtsitiev lb  FLOUR,-   - ;-  BIJTTER, V y-.  SAM.  de5  SSper lOOJbj^.  iiO'e^iii's per Ibil  WALKER.  ���������:   JJurherville.  \       Notice '*;  J^ITR; ;TIMB F()lt T1IE KKCETO  X;,  Te ii d e rj^; (o r the pi hi st ri i c.f r i ii i of Q \ h'iu el ���������  omh  liii'igH  hus' been" exh'iided   to   the  ourletmih_day-of .Jnniiary;  IHlo, .      ���������* ������������������'/ ���������  ��������� ^Spveineaihihs wiiKhe simt IO; Uie-GOvern-  uieui .OlGceut'KichlJMlri.  ,. 7   77 i;: ;;     l,.  ���������;. ��������� ��������� y     \IUUKUS BKxyi^:  Chief Ct;mnii8sioneivol Liinds ������fc- \VorUfl.  yVictoriar Nov. Ify 1874. '  ix^y4^^sm^  11 es 11 eHe liivei*  s-eicigjev  Q KXKKiy tKXbfiRR, "ENbORSFP.: TK\-  vy d **v f������Vr QiiesneHe fI\ ver ��������� fJ��������� ids**. w i 11 I������o  rrceived hy theiinder>igm'd'fip fri 12 1*'el'cli  n o r m o n .M () X D A % iiO I h* No ve in be 1: 11 e x t. f r������t*  she construction of a Bridge. aetofc'S the Que^  iiellt* River.       y. ;li. ������������������: y....,,.-.  1' 1 a; 1 s an d Specification? can be: peHi. and  b'' a 11 k f������ rni s 0 f f <������n d 1* r; a n d acr n*e ni e ������������������ 1 to i*tt*������  cure bond p\n In* ohiained a t t,lie( jfflei* td' i.hn  Lands mid Works Di'pUrtnient, Victoria, ned  a 11 he To vv n .0 f Qu t^nel Ii*,.  . Ilaeii Tender rimsl be Vccornpariied hy.nii  jtirreHinent to���������:exi;cul������*-ii borid, duly signed bv  the(>>n!iacror..himself-and two responsible  residents.of the [\ovince, in ;a penal snr������  riinoundufr.to one-third ihe contract price, for  tin* fiiitlifoi completion of.ihe work,  No'Tef.-d"r will be aeeejited unless accom-  pa n"ed'��������� w i 1 h a n agroem e111 to exe en lea b011 d  us- above.. ':"7^,,..    *'���������  Th e 10 wes t 0 r any Te n der n01 n ccessari 1 y  accepted. ,        ���������       ,  ROBERT BGAVEff,  Oh������ef Commissioner ol  Luuls & 'Works.  Vicroria, loili October; 1871. ocHl  Uno  Beautiful   Gold  U'ATCll.  Enamelled   LADY'S  BUOKLG   AND  ^3SS^  DwyiWRir.���������Dr. iMpp having rpeeived by  1 ������st Expw?<i ������ f 11 rther ndditi 1 m to his stoek  of dental instruments, is prepared to fill and  scale teeth efficiently. He may be eousuUed  a I Lightning creek every Suaday.  One   Gentleman's   GOLD  ������K.\L.  One double-set RING.   ,.  One Set LADY'S JEWELRY,  One splendid GOLD WRLSTLCT.  One SEWING MACHINE, and *  OueHundr.'d und Twenty Dollars in GOLD  COIN.  One Hundred Chances at $5 per Chance.  The Prizes will range as follows :  osinopo.  lESTAURANTIIUliERY,  STANLEY, y-' L1GUTN1KG CIlKErv.    .  *rhe above Restaurant is now Opened a.t  I     the iijjjM-r met o\' town, wln.i ��������� |i<������u*l vuil'O ha������l  hv.thn vv������*������ k or firn/lo inwiJ.-:.    A Uuo Saioun ia  aJ-^o  iHtvojIiJfil, su untied with. \  Tlie best Liquors & Cigars.  FRESH   BREAD,   PIES  and Cakes daily.  no2R.'5m JOHN MA1IER.  Ul.OirKHT.  1. Diamond K\r rino-s.  2. Lad v*s Gold Watch.  ?>. Uraoelet.  i. Sewing Machine.  LOWICST.  1    $120 Gold.  2. Gent's IttJttktfl and  i^eat,  %  Doulde lUnsf.  4. Set Jewelry.  Administrator's Notice.  rathe nifi������t'*r ot  lite  Kstnte and Effects of  FKLIX DA OUST, deceased intestate.  X Persons who are indebted to tho  ii jih'iV'-J I^SOite ;o\' raptfiwU to jm.V tlie filiu'tJ.iW  '���������ih1 f(;rMiwith; :ind all p<r.si>u^jawh<> hav������! anyt:l-hn������  H.irain.ii tie- sui 1 Ksi:������i ���������';���������)���������..' r qtiirml t>\ ^\\ 1 Umax "0  <>r before thy lW-U day of D.:c������ iulu:r iwxl id  CM AS. K. 1*01)1.157,  Oi'Iici^l AUninirftrit'T.  Bat*3 Ba-FtesrvfH*, Wk O^r^lrvr, IST^k ������������$*  I  mm  m  lit  MM  li  ���������  m  m  tf'  m  mi  W'X  Xx  ? ,-7  xm  ���������   X Hll��^lI^O'0:SENTlNE.h
X���' ��� THE EXPRESS.     '    ,.
Clinton, Dec   8���'- Barnard-s; "!>: frlage left
_m here at 3 p.m. wijh a ideUyfi'-inntl/ttM"^*
Hi press.  Mr SUiter/of Van Winkle, and William
fell  Hi^on, for Soda creek; were passengers.
13|  k  Weather soft.  'Two inches of snow fell last
m * ghV  ynE RAILWAY SURVEY. :>"
<ji \ esn el m o n th; Dec. 8 ��� M r J ar v is and party
1.��� ft; t- >��� day f*ir Fort G eorge, vvhere t hey w i 11
v ai t f o r the cl osi ng of the r i y er an d th en p ro ���
reed byway o f "t fi e :��� Strioky Rl ver 1J a as t o
��� Port Edmonton. The object of the exp>di-
^^ (;n,i ig to compare the merits of this pass with
Veliow Head, also to make explorations in
oo n ii ecti o n w i Hi', t h e ; Tr a n sco n i i n e n ta I Raj 1-
wiy and Telegraph Linos. The party consists of MrE .���W^Ja^8.P^\pvF;-IIannIrig-
t ��� m, and A. ��� M c !)��� > n aid. '���'��� Ru ri tig th ei v s ta vat
Q'l esn el m a lit b ;t h ese pen tleme n Ira ve m ade a
mimber of .frieri Is, who ttii*nOd-diH to-day to
ke them oh* and wish them. a safe trip tb rough
the unexplored country, .y     ���'._, ���; j'.,
...   ..,;������'������''������KSCAPK ��� OF 'BOSS-TWBBD.';;'';-::;'V'y-
New To rk, 7th ^Tweed's habeas corpna
case cam e b e forts J a d jre I Jar ret fto day.After
mm e argilinen t the w rlt wa�� rejected and the
prisoner, remarid^dv yile;is left to hisjremedy
en a writ of error. .������ - ���'
New York, 7ih��� Tweed escaped from ci.��-
|< i: dy to-day whe a .>������ re'tu rri. in g to Black well's
Island. . .', U(. ,y7   , ���        .  (-,.':'     y-.\/\.
Chicago, 2d^The Tribune's: special says
there i* n o dou b t u o th t he Pres!dea I and Sec���
I'i't iry Bridow in their coin muni cations to
Cimgress will take yery decided''positioh jf i h
jvte reuce to specie pay meat, j&; : \Y* h i 1 e u6 one
j * p >����in i tied t o s p e a k: w i tli ;a utb o ri ty, i t seems
c r = -1 i i v t h ey w 111*fee amm end ��� Oo ri sr.ressto fi x
by legisiation a r day; for'��� cjjja-"risump^oii, aod
lliiti day will bu Jaauai'ylst^l8T6^^^^^^K
Presbytery was.concluded  today, resulting
jn a verdictof a cqil i t fcu 1 o n all the counts.
;;���: In q ii i r ies in A he p ro pe r q \ t a r ter sh o.w th at
J there; is no tru th in: the rep or t of the esca p e
of^weed;-^ 7,y^:y.:yy:.{r     ; .���     .  ���.���
��� :ThefTimes^ of; to-diiy says figures show the
Pacific^Mail Company has lost $2,425,000 in
operating the line during the lust eighteen
.iiionths;y7'7\:v::yy:yy- "*?
��� ; Washington. 3d-^It is known in diplomatic
circles that Spain has paid Great Britain only
part; ot t h e ind ein ni ty oh accou 111. o t t b e Vi r-
ginius "affair; leaving the rem sii Oder and other
qu es ti on s lobe: her ea f ter a d j i is 'ed.    :
.! The report of tlie Sec ret ary of Wlu* will
sh o w a l-edn cti o n ol ������ ihe ex pe r i se.; o f t li e arm y
for Ihe year ending June 3<)th. 1874y of over
$4,000;o00 over the, previous fiocat year,  y
y. . "Europe.������'V;;''""!���"���/",.'' ";���'
Lond on, 2d Dec.-~The si ea r ne r. La PI uia;
fro m G r a vese n d i\ic R1 o: G r a n d e. c ti a r te red
by, Seimens Bros: to repair the telepraph
cable, foundered off ^Ushant onlhe 2i/iho��
No ve i n b e r. Six p ers ons were d ro \v ned .y;
Fourteen of, the,sorvivors vvere suvt*d by ihe
Garloch. of "Gla^owy froirta boat iu which
��� theyy:li��wV been fluiitl ng 2f Jiours. n iid; were
transfe rred to t ife s tea mer;A11itmI ia, w ii (ch;
urriyed in the T!inmes 1 ast eveuing. The 1 oss
of thei LaPlata is aurihuted to haying a heavy
grappling apparatus.-finuVjj2��0 ^iniles-of; tel��y
gra 11 h; c ib Ie, o n bo ard. Uhavai I i ng a 11em p ts
\v er e in ad e t o"s a ve th e vessel b y I i gh J] 11 a he r. -
The ca p tain ���,,su rgeori * and,.throeiVp tlier ofliijers,
the��� engineer, seyen���'<,stewards..,cpok*^ eleye11.
smokers, four seamenji and the, who ley cab ie,
8lafFv numberiniT; If!, .including������������-Alf' RiokeU,
cidel elect'ric.iuti; wereyJosh'7The;:chi<d:ste;Wy-
a rd w a s sa y ed.. R< * p o ns say th e fi res we re
a 11 out by TO o'clock on. the moridng. of y the
2 fix h..:. A 11 ea V v sea c a rri e d .a w�� i y two b oats.,
and; the ship gradual!y���sell 1 ed; by-��� the,;at^r n.;
and at 12.30 she fo^uuiered^
c 'plain and the doctor were/on, the bridge,
haying.-���, f.died- to, taktyto. the pateu.t;1ifeirKft.;
ai id wen t d o wn wit h tbe v esse 1. ' T h e d ec U
burst as the vessel.went down. y   y
London, 2d���Gape Coast .Castle ad vices;bf^
lu^ of: rL��jugslipremenylastwilight filled Ihe
1 preat li al I o f: itlie' Cod per Iiis j i in te v to oy er.j
I 111 w i n <t. A m on g tli e aiid ie ��icer. we re Geo rge
I Francis Train and a number of' Iiiteruatiun-
I a* las. s aud Co mm u uists and otherl recogu ised
1 ��*r �����ti irs, a: cou p 1 e of w hom sougb.ty to ai r
tlie; i- e x t{ e in e v ie w s. but we re roc e i ve d wi th
li��i t id tjp favor. One was; b us tied. oii t. of the
hnil. Of ihe speakers previousIy aunounced
to app��:ar ouly Ricliurd O'Gormon and Col.
3. It. Fellows,*addressed the audience, both
exnressing. in emphatic terriis what they
li -wight of the laboring; classes, cautioning
tlie-n against placing themselves before pub-
)i; opiuiuu as disturbers of peace and viola ors of law. "\
rfau Fraucisco, 2d���Colonel Spear, secre-
t-iry to Seuafcor Jones of Nevada, was out
b u g cry r i d i ��g yes ter day af ter n oo n w i th Ju m bs
Ij McCne. of the firm of Kirkpatrick & M!':
Cu-i, liquor -"dealers; Pine street, and oh re-
turning trum the drive they stopped in -��� front
ot the store and am used ���themselves .by toss
inx money, when a dispute arose between
them as to which had won oh the turn up of
a c��>in: Speitr. after an exchange of angry
words, seized McOne by the thro it. The
111 te r d re w a re v o 1 v e r a hd fire d a t the f orai e r.
J^lcCue then turned.-...into the store, where he
wis followed by Spear, who, bCeding from a
wound in the-forehead, said : u Now Jhat yon'
In ye shot, nie through the brain, doti7t let me
die in the street but take me to tuy room."
McCne'placed,him in the buargv- aud drove
in the direction of the Lick House,.where
Ppear has a room, b.ut when they reached
Montgomery street Mc^ue jumped off the ve-
h'cle and left Spear to himself. Some' one
I'-itieing the condition ol the wounded man
drive him to the Lick House, where he re
cdved medical attendance. The ball did not
produce a serious wound, as it ran under the
KCalp and passed out, doing no farther injury.
New York, 2d���The Longshoremen^ strike
nt Jersey city has terminated. The strikers
have accepted the offer of the Cunard Com
pany of $3 per day aud 45 cents per hour for
over work, but the men' must enrol as non-
society meu. The Longshoremen of Ilobo-
ken still persist in the strike. They hang
round ihe steamer docks, and have assaulted
ami beaten those who returned to work.
A special to the Courier Journal from
Mount SLerling Kentucky, says it is reported
I acre that John O. White. Republican Con
pressman elect from the 9th Kentucky dis-
trict, shot and killed Harrison Cockerill, his
Lemuctutic competitor ia the late election.
The contest between them was* very bitter
and personal. A lew duys since Oockerill
published a card, making very severe siric
lur^s on White, ��nd it i< very probable this
card precipitated the d.fiiculty.
^ New  York,  2d���The exam fan at ion  of the
Rev John G lend ending beierj the Jersey CHv
No?>: 7 thy werey received;^
���T     ,,   ,    ..     ., -..-    *. j, ��� ��� Mf%-t iStrahaii ���(ielivered-lih.o Queen's Message, to U>e
Ne^ \"rk'i>!��-:l^:??l!tf^ ^^fJ?^1: .1 Kin^iii��i; iliena.iye bl,iels. s^ingHmranir.
IaiijdJul?\ saved thum ��� from- 111iti ���, and :,hene.e-
fb r t ,h ;.s I a very ���: 'Was: a b oi i sh e d) '���:;- Cans i d e r a b 1 e
ex c i te m e a t was ca used h ere ,1 n co nseqi i e h c o
of the.- d isco very, p f ����� i gh t ca a es: u f i s i da II - p ox
'on lhe;steamship'.Abb'otsfnird-..;';.���'
; London, 5i.h��� A sl>ip;;supposed to be the
Pontine.: of .rfii t her land,- for I5umbayy was
bui'iH at sea. Sixteen of rhe civvv perisln'd.
Fi v e fresh c. i se s o f s u i; 111 [) o x a re r e p u r ie d
in Liverpiol., -'v'    >
.'"���' Sir, Ait.hnr.'ILimilton Gordon, oumerly 61
T r i nidi id and .M a \ i r i t i u s. 11 as' been a p pointed;
Governor of the Fiji Hands.'   . ;;-jp.
Twenty rith'S and bVyouets, with; anifmine
. ti o ��. ha ye. ^tm-s^ ��e i zed i u (J or k. a u d o 11 e in a o
h ss bee;/arrecte.d. ��� , . y.'.-..':
The Foreign Office his a dispatch stating
that Dr. Livingstone's journal has reached
Zinzibary   ....-���'    '".. ���;������'������'     '-��� l'. ���
Rome, -Hh ���The Pope has absolutely n -,
fused to recommend the Bishops  imprisoned
in. Brazil to sign a measure foiythe redo nci ii-
alion of their differences  with   the  Government. ���
'���TURKEY. "
A JauvdickI) Opposition.-^The Cariboo
SisxTLNKt, In. noticing ihe ceremony of erecting at Kamloops the first pole of ihe Canadian Pacific Telegraph, remarks:���** We are
informed that in consequence of the new
terms reported in last Victoria papers as
about to be proposed by Mr Mackenzie, the
contractor has received orders merely to connect1 Kamloops with the present British Co
lumbia telegraph system." Could anything
possibly be more.Contemptible? The entire
line ot the Canadian Pacific Telegraph Line
has been Under contract lor weeks, and the
goutleman who has the conlract for the Western sect ion is now recei ring teudera for ��� siiby
.conIracLs.-r-[Victoria Coiouist.:. x--'
With regard to - the:4< sub-contract8,,, the
contractpr;s adyertlsement for; tenders says
������ ample time willyW given for theiconipIe-
tion'cf the work, so;as; to; enable contractors
to ,tako advantage^:of <the 'weather" &c,
���'; and^the^owest-or^ar.y tcnder n o t n ecessari ly^
a c be p ted.f ?, Th e s 11 b -co n t rac t s Jo ������ b ��let w i 11
incliid^ thrtt portion of. the line:.ex tending
fro in Cac h e creek to: w h ere th e;'' fi rs t p o 1 e'? is
nt) w erected at' Kn ml o o ps.v a d is hi n oe of s om e.
Of) mi ies; '���)[ The' reiiiaini ng sii b -coiil racts ' Vyill
be ��� held"*lirv^^.fe'e--y***?P*^^V**'".1"'!'"'". i"\*Y ���the: Local,
Klectiqns^riextyeuri and it; iif hoped ^by^li^
"Mackenzie and jbik;:tools ������that"itf��� ji)dici< iiy
.dangling/Ofahece pr6spec!]ve coalructsTjcfove
J the eyes of; the-electors of the Kami jop dis,
Vict, yi\\Lsecure: the return of men; who���-w\
"vote for- the 'jxeceptancey of any jlerms
,fliu't may be .proposed -by 'the '1)001 ini��dr
Cabinet;' Thisinfbrmalioa^ was /furnished us
���b y a r el i able ge n tl em a n fwho ilscy; sa yst -1 he
specificitiona for the clearing of the timbered
Kind through which the proposed, line will
1 p-iss for a width of 132 feet or.1 such greafer
width:as may. be deemed necessary, have been
altered?; so that, only a mere passage-wayy a
few fe.'t wide, wil I be cut,--clearing a road
for the railway, is it.?1, This;^ is done in
order to . jjuesevve^ the valuable trees' on the
line, andnot to rpb Canadian postenty of the
timber necessary:'ffor'lie.B^i'c.i^hen^:centuries���
hence; the Dominion shall:be;pronounced in}a
position to undertake thevgigan;ic. workypp
h iiUdi ng; th e Oanad ianJPacific .^.Ua il way. y JWe
aIsb ;draw" biir-' readers ;and;. :lh0; Viotoria
Colonist"? atterilibiV to ttmfact chr^bicled in
16 -3 ay's paper, t h at * Mr Jar v is, a n d; p ar ty: lefi
Qu esn el m o u th; on.: th e;. 8i.th ./��� to ex pi ore. the
S in oky lit ver 1 *aSsT i n con nee lion with the
T ra n sco n (I n en t a 1 II a 11 w a y , aa d Tel eg r a p h
Li n es,���ii Pass w hi c h M r Ma re tis Smith
says It wouId :be next to imprac11cable to
conn ��e t w i (h a n y one tli ro ugh the Cas c a do
Chain south of Bute Inlet.!:
Not ck- -Mr L?hd<ay, of Van Winkle, will.
act as aye nt for tlie Hkntinke; on Lightning
Crofk, and all orders left with thatgetitlemeii
will be promptly atteuded to. Parties at
the lower end or Lightning desirous of subscribing, will nlease leave their orders at Mc*
Dermott's, Stanley. Rent, by Mail to subscribers at the rate of $1 per month, payable in advance,
Bkiikklky*. September, 1800.���Gentlemen;
I-feel it a duty 1 owe to you to express my
gratitude for the great benefit rifaye derive*!'
by taking * Norton's Camomile Pills.' I applied'to your'agent, Mr DeW, Berkeleyy;for
the ab 6 v e-h (i in ed Pill s I t.p r" wind J n. the s torn.��
ach, fro m which! s u ffered exc ru ci a ti ti g . pn in
for,a length ; of time, having:.;tried.:nearly
e' y ery remedy pros c i i b ed i but wit li 6 u t de rl v-
ing any benefit at all* After t taking tw*s
b o ttles of you r y a tun b I e Pills; I was qui t*
restoi^d to iny usual si ate 6 f he.alih.;; V lease
give this' publifctty for the' beii^fllj��� of:; tlioso
who li^ay ��� be villus nfllicted;^Lam, si r, &aiy;
yoiirsi'llK^KT; AwieAss.-rrTo^ 1hee Proprietore
by Norton'^ Camomi^k Fiu.s^ -. ,],x: .' r; ii.
���-'.". ���;-���/ ^M'ASrjkd^ v.-; :������'/ v:"..
On the;, 10th Noveinlo��r. at St.-Ari.dre\v?8
Cathedrals by the'liiglu^Rev^5Jt.l/fip^rte^^m'*,
Roman (yaiholic Bishop of: Varicouy^r^shvtui,
M r lieny\ i nib. '1 leal y. I a I v I v o rUa r jb o o. to. M i MS
;M aryj^ji; n^Ua :iaespn��iiJ^\eU^Mi
,   PATENT    MEDICINES,      ..,;.
London, 2d- Mail ��drfc**��"fr��jn'CottMsiiti-
noplesay Hie authiu-i'ies stopped the trans-
.mission on the 20*h November ot a dispatch,
giving in formal ion of the outrages on Amert
can missionaries at Ralana Kiu. The.foreign
repregentally's at. Constantinople, except the.
Biuish. wished lo oaM a meeting and.examine
the Porte in rejrard U) the matter. The IF. ^.
Minister eiUered a vigorous protest.
 J      .
Nason en. are running up stream alonq;.Ihe
rim on ihe east side of Ihe creek fo. strike the
pay where it came out of. the McBeau bench.
Costelloco. commenced running up stream
on Wednesday with two brensis from the
place where thev got Sox. to ihe set. Eleven
of England co hnve I lie tresile work for the
flume finished.    Vulcan  cr>. hud 101) oz, last
��� Tklkgiums. ���t The; dispatches published
��� th is m or ni v g cpn tain no pro vi n cial n e wa. The
panics who oiake'.up ihe news reports below
h a v e. als~o fo r th e fi r81 ti ine d 11 ri ng si x or seven
S3 on tits en t irel y i g n ore d the exlsteh ce of tbe
Carlists. Thanks for tbat; but was it.impos
sible to have furnished Provincial news yes
for day or last nig hi? '     .     -^
FiiiEMKXJH Bxhu���The annual ball of the
Barkerville Fire Brigade will take place on
Tuesday, the 5th of January. 1875. The com-
miit.ee charged with making the necessary
arrangements will u?e every means at their
command to make it the most successful ball
ever held in Carihoo.
A Cuixksk teamster, who arrived from the
outside world yesterday, s��ys it is reporled
on the roadside that Judge Saunders may be
expected here shortly.
Thk Whatiikr lias been mild and pleasant
since our last issue.   A Utile snow fell  last
''a. FLESH BErA'S,--;nnd';a ^variety^f Iktas aei \*,'im':
procured North of 'Fri?cei;      : ,.:   ::7 ���-/.���, ���
;''. <��� ;xiyy   '' back and chest.'; ^"-.
X   and .get as uiuch c< an fort' lor" tho inner m n n at
; ny utlvrr mfi n c t n pruvi Uc for Llic same am.uuu I <rf
ash ia the shape of;. ..:'  ;; '...-. ;y
N.B:'���Tol fill ��� up the 11"me;'���' I will a Head to tho
And SF.WIXG MACHINE work of evory.dcscriptloft.
will, be, done at the shortest notice at reasuu^ni��
cliarijf'S. "..'
J.   cvvry ul tenia to Sat ur Jay,
"ot     ctint,r witli   tlie  Stcarm'-rs  at  Quesnchnouib,
* Vale, an;I New Westminster.
$ i   Treasure Carried at Onedialf of On��
pei   Jeut.
K     gill and  PasseiiRf-rs c��rrictl clietipT tli��n hy*
���oiy wtlhr l/ime,   i$&- No Night Travelling by iliis
For rates of Freight or Passage, apply to
jal26 * B.-irk<'rvi!Ie.
oz. on Wednesd a v.
StaXLKY 11o I'K 1, Foli &.u.K. ��� Al r AIIs11 u
offers for sale the Stanley Hotel. This, is a
good cliance to purchase a well 'established j
and hicicasiopf business, as the hntel is silu-
ated in ��i urowing nml prosperous portion of
the tli.-?L*ic*, unci possesses one  of  ihn  %n#s&
try to be. alio wed the rights and-privileges of
aBiitNh subject in Gibraltar, the opinion of
the law officer .of the Crown has been taken
as to whether certificates of no! oralis lion
granted in the United Kir��dom extead to the |
0(��lonies. .Her Majesty's Government are advised that the operation of Imperial enactments is clearly confined to the United Kingdom, and that a certificate of naturaliziiion
Stables io the upper country.    1 he old l'Jido-. ,       n       . ,       ,      .   ,      ,, . 0. .       .OTrt
mdo Saloon buitdincr-the largest, house 'mi | Kilted tiiHler either the Acts ol lM4or 1870
Lighfnins���ami a huihUnp lot are als.i olt'eivd I ����������4'��� nn/in :,ll"n t10 L'^lUs or I,l':vl^,g,'s 1D
for tile by il.s Austin.   Jicc advcrtlaemeut.    �� Uritiah Colony.
,  B. FrSHKR, Agrnt of tlie U.mk of British Git-
lamhia, lailtts my r<>\v��r-of-Attorn -y.
All  parlies indebted to me are notified i&
make a'settlement forthwith,
Octobei^lT, 7ST4.
notice" '
l. iug between Frank Perrett and Thomas
Harding, f?fiLi��;n-feeii) r.<t Burk.TViUe, Ik this day
'���issulvea i>y maitid e*ai.-��'nt. tY.mlc f'i-rr*'U will
oonuniH it c.irry kh tin: t��u.-in $&y and wiil s��ifl�� *il
(.iemands an��l collect cill accouio.p du:* to Him laie ftna
^Vimesses���(r. W. RohiMou ��nf{ A. iVn -JoI*
i>4rfe.��iviil��f Oci^ber 31, i*T4. totU
*0 6> . .       ���  '*ft2> "���*���"���
WMvmmmmm -.CTAHLBy.^.W' '-   -UGHTNINa;,,,GREBE.;  ������Tly ;������ilTOHARI>; ��������� IS yAjG(AlN h -TOXTiH E.;' ';'��������� -FJIO'NT  J ������ '���������: with extehduil facilities to do all-klads of work  ���������&h hi* line, .'���������;.������������������-    - "  -A Jarge assortment of ?        '   ������        * y  :������������������; '*���������"'��������� :��������� ���������'''���������".;���������������������������     ^AMPS,   V" *'  ', ��������� '-V'  ��������� STO^S^COOlvING UfE^IIiS, &c.,".j/������������������  wn^an'a;:.and;#?EW ��������� GOOIJS ^constantly;,-: being re-  ateived. .;���������,/ L  ' r / ' (������������������,. : ... ...   ..;--.���������  -..,.��������� , anTS, SinJ ���������,  -fi  K ; BARKERVIliliE^;;���������  91  *"���������  HE;  71    .je^-Goods (rebelved ii,iicl stored in'F-IRE-J? ROOF  ;;.������CELiXiARk {ihd.'liberdi'Vdyasccsiuadc on samOj at  seasonable rates;    ty    ,    ", ,y7  .J    r;; ' my, 0 6in 1  , ;y:SAMlLEfy.SMITMv-v.-,  ^STANLEY,  >r^'^r^tGi^Ni:N4V:ei^Ba&i'  7-'.7 ���������,^'.y;''.*^-y.vi^.^  y y7y :^������^^^ ^  Provisions, Groceries,  '  UQUOSS, CIGABSyC10TeiS6r&&,  -wbrobhow.11,011,    , .     , ...  WHOLBSSLK A-NV RETAIL. AS CHEAl''  Vtj;  X\  yffROlVtTHIS 'RATE, THE -ASSAY Charge  y i*   lor;tols bfrGold-Dust.of Fifteen Ounces or tmder  *r:: ^REDUCEtf TO T������\yq,^LlkRSi,J .'  ���������?������-7"  xM--";  - tod d for y -    * ���������'" ������������������      ���������" 7; ^ .  WIN7 ER AL ASS AYS TO" "FIVE: D QLL AI������Sr  atio latter payabic^iu Advance. A,yt      :V    -       '-.,  29th AuiiU3t,1874l^ ������������������''     v^y    y       jtu291m   ^  ,|Vrp.TIGE-TS HEREBYiGlVm TTnA/T;THE  ^':.   foil owing--aro tha* Boundaries of. th?  JjiiriVi-1i������'66rdi%'Distrip Is ia $&���������i^o^|QGej6r  British Uolaaibia:^    ;   yj    ^     > '   f ��������� '    ���������  ��������� ��������� ���������' "NEW, -WESTMINSTER J DISTRICT. ^   ���������  ; j: Tlife tiaricl itecorrling..'Distribt of New!West,  niirif ter shal I . beV bdunOetl on I he Sou tli by.  th e S<ml hern Bon ri da ry of}! the ;Pr b vi nee (the  ���������4|nh parallel oNNortliy:L^titti(Ie>  :iiboiUj6I5 niiles Eastyfrom/the rsJiaro; jpJT ythe  Eastern^ corner of New AVes'tmlnisrer District.  ahd' the. Son i h > Wes tor n corn er? ��������� of the��������� Tale  ���������,f)i s tf I c t; 0 n i the; E ust b yra? I i n ������; (b ri ii������? ;al sn.  -(he; Western .^boundary; of. ;lbe;, Yale district).  run hi n g No r t h fro m ( the sai i South- Kas te rn  ...corner, ���������crofcsitijr, Frsiper'ti\versnbont;8 niiles  a 06 ve? -tlie I h oil i h ;6 f ;Iia'rri so tV-'OKlve'ri-- te 5a;(lls; ���������  tance oi, about 45 -inJIes/andHbencerNdriln  to r a 1 'v\M ri c t, b e i n g a I so J he North- Ea's t ��������� corf  nerof New .Westminster 01 s (r i c t;;.. ��������� t h (511 e p .= ?<������.]-'  jiowingrthe Northern'and. Eastern boundariei?;  ,"ti'f-'i"tlie Yale 'Laud "Recording JDivisiou to the  :.po}rit;o'r.comB3encemen^r <���������;.'-: x xyJ x-x :X- -x.  DISTRICT. -OF- YALE " (OSOOYO.OS..,'  .'.. -:/ ���������:.:'>--; ,���������;��������� ���������DIYlBllpN:V;!77[;y.;���������;.x..;^;  r:!Theifpsbo^pos;���������y^Hdv;Ri^bT,!3Tng- l>lstr!cl-i  shall;,:be};bbiindedyon .tlie Sq 11 tli ;|>y the '4dth'i  Faral lei: com mencihg :at a p0in t*l |,i^i ng a 1 sf).  t he-Soutii -East/-bo"tbots of; tiie ���������'^a 1 e ta nU, Jfief,  cording: Division);.(thence��������� running AVesl.Jo  ���������tlie^Western bpundaiw.of'jKpoieuay p^sUict^  .ibe'iKe running ^mbward-������16'r\i? ihe snjd;|  ^vfesterb b0ii|i4**^V^b; U������h^ SoHUt^fca^t. rcocao^.  f 01 t lie 1C am I u op s Land Record i n g D i v i si on ;  tlience fol io wing the ��������� Son t hern a nd ��������� E������s:( mi  bOnii da 1-ies; o f sii ioVy L������nd;Record iiig:J)ivini011 ���������,'  U^ih\'Sv*>ii^  loops Land Recording Division ; thence, dlie  Southjalorigthe. iibiuidarv .of tlie;YaUyL.iiiS'  Recording; Diylsidh,'toypoint :or/co;mmeace:;:  mbnt, ;'k   " 7 T .-/'.,,* ,   ,.'���������  [������������������������������������ ���������>.,���������.,_[���������. X-  PR;I*. A "-T E -B Y L L S ,' ';:?;'  *A 11 ap pi j cntions ft ir, Pri va te B i 1 If?',.prop 'n'rly. lli e  rt of iegislation by the -f jee4iiiative���������= Apsotn hi v tii  triet j ;on the North.by a line (being olso the  Soil i. lie r n , bo i in rl a rv." i n f> ar tl of the Li 110 be t  J) 1 ^'ffcrrc t) .i ��������� I lie hee;' i^i n n i ng:: ��������� We? t ^fr 0 m 's \\ ] d ��������� ��������� 1 ast  name'd'CdrneiV erbsping:ylAliboetr'^Lalce ^at a  ���������jiointMibo.nt eqiii-distiaiit-fiMim "either(endy and  tniix5.hii)g the. exi rem e-Norttjern :ppi nt, otyJevi  vis 1 nIet f:whiciiJji tlie -.Sou th W^st corner 0f  LUI one t Distric"t) -th*1 n ce^ to TfHrbefc fe? y oln  the"shore"of Desnlafli^n'Soiind^ and-on the  West.; ?liy!iifvU:itI,^-?--^U"'l^"?r!- f-Ji'^ouiili^ J'1)0;vmii.i|iirll4*;  of Hom|r:������y.pChttnne]; to; Sarah. Ij*.y\nl���������;,;and;  tbence, iir a'slraighj line'.Spii forlVitp the' most;  .Westerly p01 nt of ^SaVary Islnn<V;^'ilie.hce to  mid^chanhel of'Gnlf ofM6<*bi'giji-|; theirce (6  'the centre ;ofc Sabine, chan u e!4o I he- boundary  of N^nainpio "La n^JJ^JOEdin^Disf^i  iiig thrqughithe centre ,of. saicl cliannel to a  point '"oppos.ife.Eoin t. tJoVood'./Texa da It?l and;J  then ce lb 1! bwi n g {he mii d i cb anuel of theStriiit  of'Georgia . 10 ���������; the��������������������������� Norf h-Ea stern corn er of  OowichunvDistrict,; 1 thence -West*on t.he^49th  faral leLtp^point pt,corarnencein;ent,?and^hall;j  include .tlie fol lowing Jslands :������������������ RbiTy,'  ���������';Mary,; ^Melville^ * 5I6riran;? v'������tter/\Min\i?  ���������: RilggeHv' ;a?Sava^y,^5-^rWbo^^ ^Texada.*  ��������� Hardy/ ' Nelson;' 7 Oaptainy ^ Pearson.V  (Thqrmandy,r ���������? Tniil.7' White.7x Anvil.>.y������>e.;  fence, J ' Woo I bridgey5 .'.Gainbier.7 'Iteats,'  i BifKi,n:y'i:p}\Ai>y*^Pophi\riS * Wool com be. V  and' Passag<1:,nnd all other;smnll 'Islands1 ubi  enumerated: within -said,;boundaries; ;: -ftx  of Nortb ������atrftide.5" on*the East =by thei i24ih  ��������� Meri d i an /of '-MesL. ton gil u de ^ ?' oh & e No r th  by thereoH^^ariiliel'; Snd on" Vhe West by  AI aska;^TerrU6^/of ��������� i;ho -Uiil.ted ��������� States of  America.^ Ji ���������-& J A x *������������������ ��������������� ^- ^>- ������l i*L ��������������� .7.^   ������ ���������  ,,;:: robert; beaten,  i-i Chief Coarmissionei\Lairds &'Works.  Lands,arid*Works1 Office, ;f   \i   ':^.i{.' Trr-\^-^  ���������y%\eiomp^:i$\h .i^^y^yyy^'pf^:^.  ari  <.'!' ������������������������������������i:y--i ���������;������������������:;'������������������ O  ^LT LLO OEf ^STRICT.']  jbiii h i^ioi jegisiau on oy t n e 1 iCgisiati ve; A pk em my 0  !Britisti.CoininbK, \vi thfi 1 thp,pa eviovv.< 1 f <Mil0 B ritisl  :JNortb! Aifiorica-Aot ;i867,''? >ylleiber-for th c' erect ion n  ������������������ urid^.tlnv-iniikirti/ of a' Railroad^ TiirnpVkiiiififul* or  '%'l^r-iph Line-;tl,ie constrlicMon.or liojirovemont of.a  v 11.1 r*������or; C.inu 1, TtivU. Da 1 n or Slide*, or otber 1 ike worfe���������  .. "thtvjrr.1 ntin������ of atJjjJ 11 oI.JjVrry.;. t h������, hicoi-]lori.vvion ������!  -jffjjy.".gjt'rticul-ir_lr:ide or wliin^r, nr -iit;any.''Joint St^cW  * Cum po 1 - y; or oth i;r\yj s������ *' Tor grti nliii jc 4o any indivb lua 1  ������������r.in iividuals-any v^cUisivo. or p^ullar ri^lite or pnv  31 ciies whatever., or for doin%��������� any' matter , 0r th inu  ��������� wi ich������������������'! ri Us1 op'^ra ti on wpu h I ;tKv c t t i 10 ri if h t "< ?r. projt-  ;,-f-rfv of other pariTc**- or relate to hilv ii>irtictilnr class  ^>t tn e con 1 n 111 n ii.v; .0 r for ,111 a k i np a n v ai n t li 1 - i in en f. of a  T1lo;, n -itu re to a 11 y form er Act. s ii������������1 v> -n a ir c a NbMe"e.  :-������^nriy andiclf^fcrn^tly^p^ei^in^ tife iVri ill r������7fh"l ohject  ���������0: ihounvllcalioivtobe pulilishod.as joilows. vfz. :  :^  'A N'otic;-iriaoried in the British'���������Coiumiii.rGazir.te;1  jnd in olio. nowspiip"r pnTdtsheil in H.c di.^rtot .ir.  iteot-edv or-i f tht*re bono nowspap*'r pii n 1 iah ed t!ut^i n.  tRiin in a now-sprier in the next -noarefef district' iii  ^vlncn a lvwppipoj-is nuhliHhod.  . "... Such ri'itlcij sioill.h'o oonlinued in caoh case for  ���������a p.-nnii of at l.^t six works, ('luring the interval r'i  :ti!������ie^between the close of (he n>*xt"preejuing Session  rfeud the consi Ifraljnn of the p"iition. ������������������'.     .  y     Before any Petition praying.for taw* to brine  in u I'nvatw Bill for the erection of a T������dl   Brider,. ^  nr-F-ntol to the ifou^e, the pcr.s.011 or persons iHteiuii  .���������air to p'tnion for^ueh Bill shall, uj,.m itvluc tin- no.  ���������lice pr.'Scrii.od in the prro id ing Rule, also al, the same  *.mn,jtad in th������ ������.i ,n5 maim-r, ^rivts not ice nflbe rates  which ihoyniten.rtoaslc, tho extent o( the privily.'.  rihe hciiftit ot the arches,  the interval  between  the  .nhutmeniP or piers for tho passage of rafts or vessel*  mvt mentioning also whether they iniend . to er.-et a"  .drawbridge or.not, and the diinens-inns(.r the same  v ��������� ��������� ��������� J. nowi,AVJ) HRTT,  m ^ierk of the Legislative Assembly  ^TOTIGE  J.1    ui :.n,l alt* r  the  THAT  FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER NEXiV  \ ���������TllerYiile.Jjfjnd Secordino; Division shall,  bo bo u nd e d o n; the* West t> y k In e c om nri 6-.  inj&dftVili'q.^  to, mil es En s'Hrom 111 e G u)f b f G^orgfa; h i*j n jr  jtIsb 111 e Sou t h -15ns 1 ern : co rn vr of Ncw "West ���������  m I n s t er . Land Rij c o rd ing pis t ri c V; ��������� 111 e rte e  NT or (h. nb i.rfit 4 5 1111.1������?s.' ���������: t ii en c e No v I h n"b 0 ti t  Mi niiles,;,; 'J'lience North-West about 50 miles:  io.a fpoi n t b������ -ing, the No r t h- Kasto rl y corn er of  K^V^^^t"?.^"^ ; thonce^E:!St about  H7'ih|le^tb a poiiit near the jiinciioii of tile  Tli o in ps 611" a 1 id N 3 c t i I a B i v i������ rs ; tb eh ce i n a  South; Ens I <' r I y d Irectio rf. r 11 ii n i iifr.������' nn ral} el' to  ihe ^enernl c^trse.br >he ,Nicola; Rivoiv and  distant it b0u t 7 miles there f ro tn, for a (1 ic t n ti cp  of ubonl.35 irtflt������a fo GokUvnter River ;': thence  m n.������So 111.11 <jrly Aireptio. 1"1 n 1 onc; (he trail to a  point 2 rpileSiWest of Princeton ; thence due  Sou Th to the ^Oth'-ParalleL ��������� a boot ffi miles*  ihen ce aio ng f b������ su Id pami lei to the poin t 01  commencement.  DISTRICT   OfT.VLTC  (KAML00P8  DI7LS10S).     '  The Jyimloops Land Rpeordrngr. division  shall b(������ bonnried on !H������������ .Sonrh hy a. line or������m  rneneing nl a jmint. 2 miles \Vv������st of Prinroton.  ritnmnsr due Rast to iJu'Sontb point of()kan-  H^an Luki*;   thence on tlio  Kast  by a line  run nine; Northward,  n.m! fol lowing (he Eist-  ern. shone of Okunatran >T.Atie Uo its.head;  fhenre due .North to Hound Lu kv /tbeiice on  Ihe Son Hi by a ifse rnnniim' duo East, to the  Jihsieru bo u ad ary of Yale Electoral  Di-lrlet.  being^ also ihe Western  bonndsiry of KooJe-  nii y  t)is(ri c t :  \ h e n co I n1! o wi n g th o Westeru  hfvnndsiryof ICootenay District, to the NTorl,li-  Rust corner of Yule Electoral ���������District; thence  on  tho North by Ihe ..SonthVrn bounding, in  j>������rt; of Liliooot District, nmnini/ UVsfc from  the said last mimed corner, and passing abmii  thn'o miles North of "Seymour, to *t fUstanco  of about 20 miles ;   thence in a iln-ecf. litio  jihont   65  m?les.  to  a  point on. tho  Kmih  Thompson T?iver(Men<lian   R,m,|)   nbont  IC)  miles North of ICamlnnps ; Uitv.iCf in a dJr������*cl  hiiH  ahont   U  miles   North  of   ICamluop^  to'a pbint'Oji the 52oyParM  tude, which "is tbe Nordli-FJ-isJcrn -corner of  said Llllboet DistrictiaOd the South-Rust<*rn  corner nf-Ghribdo D'iHttict; :on ihe N'nfth by  jthesafd 52 tl Par a He3:(bidng alsu'the'S^l^^rii  ;honridarv of: Garih������vi)\-|)Sstrici)?^.������Mo;iril:lbiA.  Gariboo Road ;at tlie' I -iSih iviiie pii'sty for^a  d i s t.a nci! 0 f a bo 131 22 0 ��������� m 11 es: to a p rijii' I d tr i b e  1.24th; Meridiah. w 11icIi is 111e Nor111'-Wutftir-n  corner bf said LillooetrO^tiief; and The South  Western corner of Chi iboo DistrietY oTf'Iho  West by<the sa.id {1,24th'^ieri������)ian, a distiincr  of about ,125 miles, to- the point where j!ier  said Meridi an in tersec ts* the ��������� Nor Ibern bc u n r'  b ary o f New W es t ui4 n s t er ��������� -1) is t r i at,: a t t he  Northern Extremity of\jihivli inlet:, cn the'  South by Ihe. Northern- boundary? of''Ne^v  Westminster, District, to  iho^NorLh'I^stern;  corner of :said   District.'(whicTi  is also the  ���������Ndivtb-^esfern ^fin  (nctX ;an.cU th en ce by J he INo v,������ h er ii ^bounda i^y.';  before described.:of .said Yale Electoral Dfe'  t i-iotyto- (he .S.oui(i-t5asi'e'ru-.corner or..isaitl'jLil'-  lobet.'"pisfrtc!ywhich is also iheNorth-Hastern:  corned of; Yale Elect oral DUlrlcfi.    / V :���������;.:���������;  lvX  O'PI0R 5dS; ��������� HE-Rli'BY?ic"Gt.VEM,: THAT: ICROAVN':  ��������� Or.;pis; \vi11. \{'v., issued,* to ;the;mlj'denn\y\iione/l  Mi njiiji C������aup;ui itje fur I,a lid et:i i 11) e(i.. 1 iy, tb uiu", Jn ac���������  !c������r.1 fl 11 c e-: wi t ii";"��������� * t h e GiA j I ;il in i iif? A in ciu! ni i n t A ct ���������  WSi'VfiiSTY (60) 0 A YS!ITnm the? Uii*\ here<������f ���������!' j>'rf>'  vi tt e.;i' ho oi ������,j t'e-tii ^11; is .lodge i 1 fi ir.iin s t :tl if j i s������ u i n>t������������t" th u  pi* .Lam's'  '.'���������'.' .The. My r tli? Cam piii^y^.v  .^the'Htlliiivit^vapp.inv. fX. ���������{..>:. r  -'Tlie. S-s'n Juala'O^rifjf.O'i-y.*-'*'4 J ;���������*���������',,:  ;'.-��������� '��������� The.Ali^-Vi^eauV^yr'^i %V:-*'it.-j.  Th e ai cb:������rj'" -.< wiapa n.V. *,   7,..  '"/ttuf? ���������F*ri(5ivRosc*FC������ll>lnL'''������ny������V:'i i;'' ������ *"   :  ���������;y7Th^:'rnl������,ii;Com'p5tny.''<7^r  fyTUe.Jlniep/-.n ient.:(Jf?ji'i.p;ni y  ^^^^S^4^ n-"^|i^%^-cMir������eabont,o!in"'^'h,:  ' "ir   if' n\rj, ".4?,!h- P?** 'H1 F"1 ������������������rnn rmul /Vnm Yale to  iw^vft r4������������������'.-*' rt>;, ,                S*W Cowmi������M.������������������r. {;}1'^'������ 1 thence th a direct lir.e fifl^mil^q to  JttA4.irf.vUOst.ber, 1874.                            ^ tbe S >llth \V������t 450MM of the-said YttftiK!^  , ;The TjaiVd R^cordinjr Dh^riet of Kiiotevinv  sha'l.i; be. boundeo oh the AVestby thebef'ore  desp%] bei 1 Eh si rvn ��������� b n 11 n d aries. ,0f: Y-i Ie Ki eci;  to ml and Li II ooe'f Districts 'up to ' r ho North  ivtslern coriioi* of LiMooet ':j)is!r:nt, vyljicbjis  also the South- East urn corner of G-iribob f>is:  trict; tfnd Ihenee by n line'.'.(beinn:-; also the"J  South- Eivs tt ��������� r n b 0 u ml a ry ��������� o t' ��������� 0 ar i h o r>_ T > i s hricjj V  foilo\ving theg������Mteralf"cViiirstTpTTfie 051u'uibi������  Ri ver. and disiant fi-oin ii about TO mtjoav l^r  a Fitfthet* distance -of. about. :&ij- rriil'W lb a  poii\t:'oni,Ini 1 i81 h ��������� AIej'.1 < 1 iar 1 ������������������ 11 bo 111: Is mi 1 es  N0rth-Enst' bf the1 Unat .Kucn thiVmei 11; and  thence by the U8ih Merinian (hoin<r also'-rlie;  Kasf(.'Y.n bo 1 in daiy, i n; pa vt :qf pari b00 i)is-  trl c i) 10 the s.n i n m i t (if��������� Uitv Hocky .^ 101,1 n {ai n s,  the Knsteiu bound 1)7"of; jho. PVt/vince'.���������;' on  the, Eust by.the mi<I.feis 1 \tn boond;iry of 11ie  Province; and on the South by the ilbii  Parallel, the Sou them boundary ot ibe lVror  vince. .'.'���������.   .y  '. ���������/   7 .:    ���������.���������'-....:  DISTRICT OF 0ATiIJ30O. ^  The Land Ex^eovding District, of Cariboo  s-hall be bounded 011 the WVat- by the 1'2-iih  Meridian, which is also tht. Kasicru boun-buv  of the Coast District ; 0:1 the South by Ihe  52d 1-arathd, which is also tho XoWhorn bum;.  ,dary of Lilfooe!, District; nn (he. .SuiuhdCasi  by ibe before described' boundary, in part, oi  " Ko o t en ay 0 is t r 1 ct. ; 0 n tho Kas 1 "by the 1J 81 b  Meridian" of West Liin^rihuie {Unuix nlso.the  WVstei-fi boundary, in jia.rt. of KoolTmay i)is-  trict) lo the summit of Ihe Roekv MMiintnins.  And ihenceNorlhwur I by the summit of the  Rocky Mountains, and by the 12()!.!i Meiblian  of West Lrngliludi'. the ft istem hotnidurv'of  the.Province ; and on the North bv Mm (JOth  Parallel wf Nmih L'uiiudc, 4ih������ ' Nurthern  boundary of the i'rovineu.      *  DISTRICT 01? O.MTN^OA. :  Tho Lip.d Recordioir Pislrict Hof Ominr^M  shall In* bounded on the Sonih  by   {he  51th  Parallel of   North  Lafitod**';  on the f?m\, by  the   I'M-Mi  Meridian of IUm Longitude;  the North by Mm/Kbl) Parallel ;  sai-i mi  Uw/sf. by the 127th .Meridwu of East  tuda  p: fV"V T.^e,o^;yi\ve/MbQo 111 puny.   ix.):H:x,'v , : cy.y   ,:  7y^an^������r;tiW'iivmiuXM^  ��������� bo'm'|)hnies c-jhhifsoen .fit '.the n'tHbe-'ioi'- tihe^^dy^ni"  ai* nt tVg^ti.ty.CiUibuui JurfSixty (xistys .trom ������thcj d.no  hercor. /,,. '',���������������'     \  ..: ytj,y ������������������    . ,  , >','M*r r     ������"��������� . ;.y  . j v���������.;.,, ^/ijljy     >;��������� -v*^v. TJOBKRf^RRATK^; / ���������' -;. "'  jf--y y;- CliS;'f Genin\issi������)iier or.IiUniiS and WorSj '  *��������� LH'ii Is nnli^orlCM'tljiptrtmetit,;���������! f-   f ?   y --, <i .s?1"  ��������� ���������   .,Vietori.1,July;30Uvl������SIX. ,7yJ,-^, , jr<.y*'* kuS.  -  ff.y  ���������'i? ftf*  '-)���������';���������: if  ���������*M  ''.l-y^x-^M  -et  :' 'X yl���������"���������''  'iijleui'uVcil ��������� ���������' ' ���������   " :  *Siy-  y5   : ;v  .Declared by Conuoisseurfti/ hx*u\-:y  yy Tim^oizz&y [^QQ^xB^pmyyx^  , Cautiori^against,Fraud.-j-Tiie stiv-e. ss V-r.V ���������*  ^iopl'.d'clifiiiiais^iVU' ^iihH^itlle;^.CiViVd'ftni-iri.-.v^V������?vii ?f  oa ii sea cor tji in. Leii ter st������ apply the n:aieiol y;-AVi re- V  uitihli;o/i.s li.crehy, 1 nf'ornfoil.-..tliji.t tiiV-oiiJy \\**i"\-;{cl i������o ������  j'ure'Uiesl'ijiiiiiev'is i$\yiyl-A,f?'l'Z'* '"   ''������������������. ''  i\i&t.]?qjl. LEA ,.&. 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