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 r,A   ?  el24th  eNorft  test by  tales ��������� of  7   l!:'i  WJCE  * or tin's  ^liaylr.g  "Worm**  (IHlfjlli  y *.o .pttJ*.  ATJCE  viuri'Kk  y>*4,y:;' ���������  S/UppJiCtl  ui wrnp������  :Perrhr8  lint: they  liMAxv?.  jri������iirii������  nd see-  /^.;."ii������ti ���������  ;rlv ihe  wi������|y. of  Rrilfsh  ^th-n of  <ui*',.t*r  ml ������������r������n  ��������� jvi������rk',;  tj-rtl  '������f  I Stye*  ivf-'u .;.?'  jrliiit  H &������,������-.  rfcf:i.-^  St'"*'*,  viz r.?  infei ar-  rict in  i:������f?������i for  rwW&f  Session  ��������� ''.Vring  ntrnrl-  t,Iio no.  i������ same  ?ri the  e.ef<*T?,  r-'ot a ���������  sai������<J*  rfn' bly  Ji  i  M  HP  H  tslssia  HAT  T,  ovef  dc Una.  -h  ������ciO  H  H  9  HI  I  m  a  m  SB  fill  li  SII  IS  HI  arg#  j fluff  kRS>  Vol  8 William  ,. B.C., Saturday, -'Decefflfer 28,  1874'  Published every Saturday by  ROBERT     II 0 L LO W A Y.J  Subscription.. -  - '25 Cents perWeelr.  RATES OP ADVERTISING.  Forono square (*onoiucli),Ofst insert ion,   - $3  "         '���������*.                      one month,   ���������   ������ d  FortwoSQuaroa .flrstinsortion, ..,.,- 5  ������         ..'*   . .onemonth, - -   -.'.������������������������   - 8  ^., ....._.,���������- - .-.��������� ���������- ...._,._ ,  Agents for the '���������Cariboo Sentinel."  Van Winkle,     *  Quesneimouth;  goil'n Croak,  Clin Lou,'   ������������������  vile,    -;���������  ���������".-"���������    >   "������'���������'.     -Lindsay.  ���������.   B am urn'' v Kx press  ���������       BarnardV Express  .������������������.-.-    Barnard's Express  do do   ;  M'wr'Wcstm luster[y. ���������';,'��������� -'V '  ���������   . John-Murray  Vict."rift.       ���������      ���������      ���������      ���������      ���������       Mr Shakespeare,  G  Strict,      ���������      -���������-'   ������������������...   80 Cornliill. London, B.C.  .. T'HK OARmOO SENTINEL  !03   PRINTING.  ���������Cards, Circular?. Posters arid Proeranirnes tor  Billls.anti.Tliejitncal Entertainment  f/^ftxepn fed with rieatnesstinndfapatch..^  e^s  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS*.:  CUE A PJB^OAED!  The price of Board at this. Restaurant has  been reduced to~ ...-. -.'���������;  Eight Dollars per Week !  SINGLE MEALS,   -   FIFTY CENTS.  BEDS,  -   FIFTY CENTS.  .    MISCELLANEOUS'-.'   .������������������������������������. J   '"���������. ^HOTELS, RESTAUR ACTS, &c. 7      t  HAS ON' HAND .  A ^ELL.ASSORTED' STOCK OF  ;''  '��������������������������������������������� ������������������.xx- X  BEEF  From .6 to 13* cents per lb.  flour. - . .  BUTTER,    - ������������������  N3W. ADVERTISEMENTS';  $8 per 100 lbs.' ''; '���������.  GO cents per lb.   '  *   Notice  ���������V.    F. TIME-FOn  TriE  RECEPTION OF  I    Tetidors'for the construction of Quesnel;  m������n^i Bridg*'  l?'us  lyeeri 'ev^n^ed   to. th������  F iirtc'epiItVdny of. Jnimary, 1875.  6j)hu ':nations will bo sent to the Govern-  m-'Ht 0..iCe'nt Riciifi'.ld. 7  .       ROBERT BEAVEN,  Chl. I'Ooram*   ��������� "\>r of Lands <fc Works.  Victori-, Nov. lfi, 1874.       .^;  5Fidge.  QEALED TENDERS, ENDORSED -TEN-  ^ Cyr for Qv.ies������nf������Hp River Bridge, will 1>-  r������ ceHr"d*hv the iTnr]e^?������ie;n^ up to 12 o'clock  noon on.iVLONUAif, 30th Novtiinbor next, for  liti; Ronstruuiion of a Bridge across tbe Ques  nolle Hi ver.  .  Plans and Specifications can be seen, and  blo'nk forms of t������������ndpr and ap^eemo'it to exe  .cutn b-'pd can be obtained at the Office of the  Lands "and Works Department, Victoria, and  Q(. (ho Town of Qunsnellu.  Each Tender must be accompanied by an  oirreement to execute a bond, duly signed by  the Contractor himself and two responaiblr  .residenis of the I'rovince,- in. a penal stun  amounting io one third the contract price, for  the faithful completion of .j he work.  ' No Tender will be accepted unless accompanied \vitb an agreement to execute a bond  u?i alajve. -        >       ���������"���������*:   ...���������;"���������_  Tim lowest or any Tender not necessarily  accepted.  :    y. -ROBSRT BFAVEN, ;  Chief C6tnmissioa.-5C of ��������� Lands &> Works.  * Vicioria, 15th October, 1874- - bc31  7  cle5  AND ALL KINDS OF J  EGET1*LE S>"  SAM ^WALKER,  .    ������������������- Barkerville.  Winters Arrangement. \  #1 ,v    9,  ^arnar  *  (Carrying Her Majesty's Mails,)  leaves Victoria   by   steamer  .enterprise  : ' WEDHESDAY.  FOR NEWgWESTMlNSTEU.  ReaclitiiTValc in time to cotmoct with the  STANLEY, LIGHTNING CREEK,  R.'McDEBMOTT,  '���������'������������������   ��������� %   r     ..'"TaoroiBtoa.  jgj^Tho bost Wlnc3, Liquors, and Cigars at Wit  ^r,^ind^ail visitors made happy and corofor.iblo. * -  COME ALONQ WITH TOUR CA^H ���������  ������������������ /s^ AND GETVBARGAINS.'^ "xx  X .   . ...... ... .. . .';������>������������������������.-':'��������� y.'.y ���������; -: .. -: ���������':'  [Successors to D.;Kur.tz 6c Oo.,] y!   1  IMPORTERS ANDyDEALERS IN  BEQTO ANNOUNCE TITAT.TflKY HA VEFR.MOrFD.  U,,*hn spacious premises t'onnerl.v k������'������wu ������s tl o  St.. jQobrgo Saloon, wiiero tliey will b.o at Rllytluuc /  lirenaiedtol:iiVnish y y-'���������':"' ��������� ���������'������������������"':'yy-     '  prepared to Tiiruish  '���������'������������������  " ���������*  ;/���������-,  , .paABD :;.AND:.;.: ;M;BA:L^.:,-yy.y.  y'GF ������������������THEr/.BES^^Qy  : Tlie   BAR/l|5*'./urn!sbcd'->1tb:!the"-flDC3t.-WlKBt#;  LIQUORS ano Old AKS.  ...    x.:.y   ���������    . ������y.......  t ���������  ���������    ���������      *;'.';   ������������������      ;y .j u yyyxyJxx. ���������';5i7������in A-- ������������������  X'-y������������������.-:  CLINTOM   EXTRA   FLOUR  IKS" All Goods of"-the Bosfc Quality aod at the  Lowest Prices.   ���������    '   ������       .-..._.  Barkorvillo, M:(j 9/ mv9 Cm.  STAGES LEAVING YALE  iv s  IkylB  ���������rriylhg at Clinton en Wednesdays ami Barker  viile on Saturdays.  ItESTAURANTi.MKEEI,  STANLEY, ��������� LIGHTNING CREEK.  'Phe ubove Restaurant is now Opened at  1 Uic \x\i\wr cud oi" town, whuiv Buarrt can he Inul  hy the im-k or.Kinffl-3 meals. A Qtia Saloon is also  attached, supplied with-  The best Liquors & Cigars.  FRESH   BREAD,   PIES  and Cakes daily,  ��������� no28 3m Si*wJOIlK MAIIB&.  Sleifrhs loavo Barkorriii������ on Sundays,   arrive J*'-  ( Hilton on Thursdays aud Yale on Saturdays.  Connocts at Cache Crook with Vauco's Express fo?  Okamuran.  At Clin ion with Fcnitison's Express fhr Llllooet.  And with Gilighcr's Express for Dog Creek.  A t��������� Quesnel mouth with  Sylvester's   Express -for  Omineca.' . 'y ': ������������������  ;     ;  F.   J,   BARNARD   &"CO.,  Freight and Passengers carried through at roasoa*  able rates ��������� ���������   .   .  ... For rates of Freight and Passa^o, apply to  GEO. BYRNES; Ajront,  Eo7      . - Uarkerx'ille.  THE FOLLOWING  un MA LETTE  dato<i 15th Way, 1872, from an old iuhabi:  tant of Horniugsham, near Warnriustor,  Wilts:  * * I must also bog lo say that ypnr Pills arc  an excellent inodicino for me, aud T certainly  do'onjiy good health, sound sleepy aud a  good appetite. This is owing, to taking your  Pills.   I am 78 vears old.  "Remaining, Gentlemen, yours very respectfully, . L. S,  To tbe Proprietors of- *  Notice.:���������-Mr Lindsay, of Van Winkle, will  act as ageiit for the Sbntinrl on Liglitning  Creole, aud all orders left with that gentlemen  will be promptly alien fled to. Parties at  the lower end or Lightning desirous of subscribing, will please leave their orders at Mc  DormoU'H, Stanley. Sent by Mail to subscribers at 1.11e rate ot SI per month, payable iu advance.  ERM IN US'. ST ORE  5Vhore there are still plonty of tho bost brands Ql  British Columbia^  FLOUR,  ��������� LILLOOET BEANS of 1873,  And other Farm Produce, at VERY LOW RATES'.  Also, ft general assortment of  GROCERIES,  DRY   GOODS,  BOOTS   &   SHOES,  HARDWARE and DRUGS-  - ���������������������������':  ���������i  %  PROPRIETOR.  will bo manufactured andsoldby^WholeaaU and ffi������  tall In Us purity, and.  ,������^������ Commission j Storage and Forwarding business  done at reasonable ratos.  my3 'ra J AS.   REiO.  constantly ^opt on hand .  The Lodging! Department  ^vlll no always carefully attended to,-ord tho t;������U ���������  Beds and aecommodatioa provided, for thofr oca-.  ioiners ....     ...    delB  Keep on hand eTerything  riEPlE������DMlIIiIIS:Gi  The piironag*'' so IHiWAlly oxt������������nded tp th* old (tn  ...'������ rwpeotfujly 8obcitio4-fofsthe'n������,wl. ������yW 8������a  OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT APPI.TCV '  L^! tion wil 1 be mado at thV> -i. ext' Se.sshn ofvtbV.  legislative Assembly of 'tlie:Provinco of BriUstt'Co<  luuibia b y tho . ..." ,;  ..  WILLIAMS  CREEK  BED-HOCK: FLUME .,  AND DITCH COMPANY (Limited),  ha an Act to renew in favnr of the said Company for  i further period of ten years from tho 29th day of  March, 1876, all and singular the rigbtP, pri vi leges  nd .  benefitscent'errod upon theta by,tho '*. Wiilinma Creek:  Flume Oreloanco, 186(5 " V  October 2,-1S74.:-   y      ��������� -    ���������   ���������-���������������������������������������������:������������������   -.���������   . oc3.     ���������  Be Kimball, deceased.  NOTICE.  THE    FIRST    DIVIDEND    ON    THIS  at j ovoEstato-has* been declared, amounting %  58 per Cent., which amount is payable at- m  0ni<3U* REORGEBVRNES,  .   , Agent for 0 K, Poolxsy,  OOlciarAtimioistrator.  Bnrkervmo. October 26, 1374. o^g  ���������"-     ��������� StJB VjB YIHG-.'  PARTIES INTENDING TO AVATI^  t themselves of tbo new Miztiiur' Law and to put  ohaso thei r firou a d, can have th * 8urvey of the sa me  and Maps made by addressing  . 0. **. TUAVAILLO^  -���������:'. y-y  ���������v.  r  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY, DEC, 26, 1874.  33C  THE IUTLWAY-SIFCCE5S   OF  MB. ���������  .    WALKEM'S MISSION...y  Tbe "following t.official telegram was pub-  Siebed in the Victoria Daily Standard of Pee.  .*9 b. and altbongh of the greatest interest and  >oportaiicoto the! entire ���������community, the tele  &rapb operator In 'tbe lower country who  -un rice's up the news report for tbe SENnNEL  ������did not think it of sufficient importance' to  iransra!t1>y telegraph, preferring to "eend in*  ���������stead a-garbled version of tbe same telegram  fcvbicb appeared in the Colonist oi the 10lb :  The lion, Mr.Walkem arrived at Kingston  ���������on bis way to Ottawa on Saturday, the 5th  ^December.  ���������    Lord. Carnarvon's decipion is ILat Rai.lwj.T  v���������onsinictidn shall be pommm***"*'"*"*r}'  ^U������HSrfic to Lake Superior.  ���������-''Tliat th<>re shall be a miriimnrn expenditure  on Railway construction iutbis Proviuce of  Two Millions of Dollars per annum.      '���������     r  The porlion of the Canadian Pacific Rail-  ���������way frnm Esqnimalt to Nanaimo to be commenced immediately; '-;-> V  And thnt construction will;be commenced  <on the Maloland as soon as tbe surveys shall  / warrant^y .   Xx. ' ���������- ���������'��������������������������� ������������������'^  y Pub fioopinion  io  the Cariboo  district  Is y very   generally  favorable   to   the  acceptance of tbeso relaxed terms, as the best  abat could be obtained.   The farmers on' the  Mainland, to we ver, to whom railway com-  -anuhication with tbe seaboard is a necessity,  are  not so well  pleased ;   but we have no  doubt Mr Walkem  has arranged- matters so  yas to insure, the immediate commencement of  ���������construction on the Mainland as soon as the  ysunreya are completed and the route adopted.  The resuHvpf the mission may bo summed  iip; as follows :���������An increase in tho railway  expenditure  of    $500,000   annually,   and  the commencement of tho work at one point  Tdeflnitely fixed.- Uncertainty with regard to  the construction of the road being now removed, confidence in the. country will be  restored;. People can now set to work and  prepare themselves to reap the advantages  sure to follow the construction of tu is great  national work.  Mr Walkem'a successful conduct of the  negotiations in the face of Mackenzie and  Blake's Repudiation policy, meets with the  highest praise on all bands; and the present  Local Government of British Columbia may  look forward to a renewed lease of the confidence ot the people should its members seek  their suffrages at tbe election to take place  jaext year.    "  Vegetabuns.���������At a meeting of the Vegetarian Society held lately at Manchester, England, one of the speakers alluded incidentally  to eaters of flesh mea) as4t blood-lappets ���������' and  " patrontzers of-slaughter-housee.? A gentler  man present took exception to these hard  words; and Informed tbe audience that he ha.d  been -an abstainer from intoxicating liquors  and tobacco for 33ryears ; but he /emphatically repti/Jl^ed. aa an Englishman, the state  meat thatBilwua a " blood lapp.er." He ate  beef and mutton ;. and if he had been one of  the 5.000 w.bo were fed by the two fishes, he  should never have refused the food which the  Lord gave to his people. He might be  wrong; but he must say that after what he  had beard in favor of vegetarianism that  night, he left the meeting less inclined to become a vegetarian than, when b������ entered the  room. Ho bel������*^d *^nt animals were given  f^*,.*ju������ A^od of man, lie. believed it was according to the Word of God that the fish in  the sea lived on each other, and he required  to be convinced that we were not en fit led, as  human beings, to live ou the fi-h of the seas  Christians in TimkeT^The following from  the London Times, throws .some light on the  persecution of Christians in Turkey, lately  reported by telegraph :���������Three Ansairyeb  Christians were arrested; bound, beaten, and  dragged to Damascus before a woi d;was said  to tbem of their serving in the Army, and at  a time when no conscription was being made.  in their part of the country. Not until they  refused to a bjn re the Ch ris ti an fai th wer p  they compelled to serve as soldiers, and ev n  then tho cruelties inflicted upon them weiv  the subject^ of complaint and remonstrance  by* the British (3bnsul._ In the case of the  Christians seized at Marash Awen, 'he pretext of enrolment has not been raised: Th^v  were bound and carried to Alej p ������, thence o  Constantinople, anil havet^been banished \b  Smyrna, whore they remain separated' from  their families. No charge whatever appears  to have been brought against tbem, and the  English Minister���������Sir Henrj Elliott���������has represented, though without result, the gross  injustice.of sending into banishment persons  for their religious convictions.'���������'  CHRISTMAS. '  Christmas Is always celebrated fn the,  mountains of Cariboo with a degree of jollity J  which one would not expect in a community  iHiiuberiog amongst its members many disappointed gold-hunters, the majority of whom  consider themselves as exiled from their  native lands, where they were accustomed to  j������ass the day under the roof of tbo old home,  surrounded by father, mother, brothers, sisters, and friends, and where the time passed  joyously by in the enjoyment of those social  j.Measures which make men forget for the  time.the disappointments aud trials which are  the common lot of all. ** Let joy and mirth go  unconfined," is the motto of Caribooites at  this season of the year, and the miner who  lias bad years of bad luck throws dull care to  the winds, end enjoys himself as heartily a.?  Iiis more fortunate brother who has "struck  Ihe lead."  We 'faop* everybody enjoyed a *' Merry  <nhdstmas!" Everybody should have done  ,������o. There is no place in the world where  P!pnty more widely reigns, no place where  \\ '.nt. is so seldom ^een, no place where the  y. :>\>\e are so genera I ly blessed with the  g atest blessing which they can enjoy, the  tn<v������t robust health. A measure of Cuntenfc-  nieut, and Wivt-'s for our bachelors, would  li ake Cariboo the happiest epui in the World-  Pbarson's Express, with a heavy  load of  express freight, arrived at  Barkerville ou  Thursday. ''   ���������  Bkkkgley, Septembf-r, 1869.^���������Gentlemen.  I feel it a duty I owe to you to express my  gratitude for the great benefit I have derived  by taking * Norton's Camomile Pills.' lap-  plied to your aprent. Mr. Bell, Berkeley, for  tbe abofe-named Pills, for wind in the'stom-  ach, from which I suffered excruciating pain  for a length of tinv\ having tried nearly  every remedy prescub d, hlit without deriv  ing any benefit at all. After taking w ���������  bottles of your valuable Pills, I was qui:*  restored to my usual state.of health. Please  give this publicity for the benefit of those  who may be thus afflicted.���������I am. sir. truly  yourv, Hbxrt. Allpass.���������To the Proprietors  by Norton's Camomile Pills."  TREMENS BALL.  Tuesday, Jan. 5th, 1875.  The Annual Bull of the   7-  WIL IIS CREEK FIBE BRIGADE  Will take place on the above date at Barker-  .r ''   .' ville., : -y '"���������.���������  ' Tickets-may be.obtained of Capt. Bvrn*es  and Mr I. B. Fiseikk, lJark<������ryille ; Mjt Lindsay, \ranWnikle, and Mr G.'M. Morris, Stan  ley. .. '������������������'   '  Tickets, $10; to include Supper and Refreshments.   '..'].���������. del2  Mechanical Toys,  D i a r i e s, 111 u s t r a t e &  .  ALMANACS,     ..  GOLD    PRNS.   .'FANCY    STATfO#RY,  ,,..;..r.PKRFlfMERY. and other iktas'.  .,   ..." A large stock of  Driigs & Patent Medicines  ���������:   ���������;' :. AT THK  jRARKERVILLB DRaO.STORR  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  Administrator's Notice,  In the matter of  the Estate  and Effects of  JAMES O'BRIEN, deceased, intestate.  A LL Persons -who are indebted to the  _f\. above Estate arc required to pay' tho Amounts  duo forthwith; and all persons who have un/ claims  against tho said Estate are roqnired to send in tbeir  accounts, duly proved, on or bel'oro tho 18tli day of  February, 1876. to  CHAS. E. POOLEY,  OUiciiil Administrator.  Dated Victoria, 1st Decombur, 1874. do28  Barkerville & Richfield,  Importer and Dealer in  a  i  t,  PROVISIONS,  WHICH ETE WILL SELL  SII.  d<;19  Valuable Property for Sale  THE STANLEY HOTEL, with one  of the best Stables in the.country.  A   LARGE   BUILDINQ,   well 'finished.  25 feet wide and 60 feet long.  ONE LOT, No. 6, Government right, with  or without improvements.  \fRS austin,'.Wishing-* to   rktirr  ifi from business on account of bad Imnltii, ulh-rs  for sale the . wcl 1 k n ow u ��������� STAN LBV HOT B L, u ������11;  everythintj connected with the !)ii#iri'!?s, together  ���������with one of th������ bVst St<rbles in tho country.   "  Also, the Building one dbor'nlwv*, '25 i'eet wide  and 60 feet long, well finished Insi.dp..:  Aud. One LOT, No. 6,. Gov cm mciit right, with or  without improvenjenis.  Will sell iho builiJingsficparateJy or in ouo lot on  moderate terms.  Fnf" further particulars, faquir* of >1rs Arsns  ut the Suiiley Hotel. - <Jvl2   >  Pearson's,'|ExpresSa  T EAVK8   BARKKRVILLE   FOR   YALE  ij   every alternate Saturday,  MAKING THE TRIP II i WSSK,  Coe iJCting with   the SteMnera  at  Quesnelmoutli,  Yale, an.j New Westminster.  XT*. Treasure Carried at One-half of One  pei    Jent.  F ghl and Paesongrrs carried cheaper than by  any other^Linc. 455- No Nhjlit Travelling by tine  Kx press. .  For rates of Freight or Passage, apply to  J ON ATH A N N UTT, A gen t  jul23 BArkervillG,  Frank Perrett,  [NEXT DOORtoTICTIC OFFICE]  TNYITBS YOU TO CALL AND SEE HIM,  X and get as much comfort for the inner man aa  any other man can provide for tho same ntnouut of  cash in tho shape of I      :  I    utvuvil  OF THB BEST QUALITY.  N.B.���������To fill up the time, I will attend toth*  TAILORING   BUSINESS.  And SEWING MACHINE work of every description  will be done at the shortest notico at reasonable  charges,  no7 FRANK PBRRBTT,  AVIWG"   ADDKP   A   GOOD STABLE  TO  THE   ��������� Half-Way HotlSx', is now pr.'p.ireri to oiter good  accommodations io T<'iiosier-. A supply of Oats  and Hay will always he kept on hand and sold at  reasonable r-ilea.  Tho Btr is supplied with the bust Win??,  Liquors  and Cigars. ������|������lft  ,       A.   PENDOLA  Ha9 removal] to tbo Sfore .formerly 6eoti;i>4  by tha Bank of British North America.  Barkerville, Dec. 18, 1874.   '���������;...��������� :   decl������  No more Cold Feet!  LADIES' & CHILDREN'S WINTER BOOTS  GENT'S, LADIES' & CHILDREN'S RUBBER OVKRSHOES.  TWEED   WATERPROOF   CLOTH    FOR  LADIES' DRESSES.  CHILDREN'S MITTS & GLOVES.  LADIES'   HOODS   &. CLOUDS,   BLACK  VELVET HATS, HOSE, &c, &c.  I will during Ihe winter receive;other Goods  selected from the best Houses in Victoria.  pgr All orders from -outlying" districts  promptly attended to and thankfully received.  All the above G-oods Cheap  for cash,  tarlcervlllo. Dec. 6. y y  Qc������r  dc5  V BARKERVILLE.  C II E A PJ0ARD!  The price of  Board  at this Restaurant hut  been.reduced to  Eight Dollars per i Weelr. I  SINGLE MEALS,   ���������   FIFTY CENTS.  BEDS.   -   FIFTY CENTS.  v Cheap  Grub I.'  BEEF  AWcTlViUTTON  From 6 to 12* cents per Ih.  FLOUR, .   ���������  BUTTER,    -  $8 per 100 los.  6*0 cents per lb.  AND ALL KINDS OF  Vegetable  ^ ���������  nV5  WALKER.  Bnrkervilie.  RESTAURANT! BAKERY,  STANLEY,   -   LIGHTNING CREEK.  The above Restaurant ia now Opened at  J     the upper end of town, utiem Bo;������rd c-m bo limt  by tho wo-kor.slnL'te mealy.   A fine  Saloon  ia  ulsc  attached, suuplicii with  The "best Liquors & Cigars.  FRESH   BREAD,   PIES  and Cakes daily.  no2S 3m  JOHN MA HER.  DEG TO ANNOUNCETHATTH&7HAVKBEMOTO  IJ to tha sp:icious promises lbrracrlv known us tU  bt. Georgo Sxloon t wbor������ Ihay w 111 bo at a 11. tlm*s  preparocl toluruisb . ���������  v  .'BOARD   AND   Ml A LI  OF   THE  BE8T   QUALITY.  *X'i?rt BAR ,s furnished with tha finest WINE������������  LKjnOBa and tUGAUrf.  Board,  -   $12 'per Week*  el7 (Jul x  ^^  mm  IB  H  m  Wm  mm  mm  ������m  II  I  Mm  i  i  sti.  ''    "J  SKS5.W3W5WWSSCaftR5H*  Knm������T������s������������r?nim FOR  :t  8"*  3 ���������  s*������  Hi  1  H  yam  yy  m  Mam  if  n  111  i  a  m  x.S  7;  f.v -,--.-.  y./;  (    ������  THE CARIBQO^SENTINE  SATURDAY-, DEO. 2G.  1874.  ':=z^~~   ~"~    HprnC    "~       ~  At Vau Winkle, on Monday, 21st December.  1874, tbe wile of Mr A. Thomas of twins-  boy andmrl.   .  married.  .At tlie residence of Uih bride's;parents,  Farleigb,   Co.wic.hah,: by   the   Rev.  David  Holmes,   on   the  3d   of   December;   1874;  ALKXAXDKit El*B. Davxb to Constanob Lang  fokd, third daughter of Thos. J. Skiuuer, Esq.  ������mwww ������" mwi ��������� in nun��������� n������fcjii������n<i,ii> vmmmwwwb  r������������*m?Bfyn  VICTORIA.  Victoria, Dec. 18���������Tbe captain of a ship recently arrived here from P;eru brought with  him some silver bars which be had taken in  payment of freight. One of- tbe bars was sent  to San Francisco to be assayed* and a tele  gram was received yesterday pronouncing it  bogus and of no value.  The Lieut-Governor yesterday received a  petMni from the citizens of Natiaimo praying  tliat that (own may be created a municipality  and designated as the city .of Nanuimo.  The Myrmidon returned ��������� last night from  Jarvis Inlet. All was quiet The Indian*  promised to allow loggers aud other lumbermen to return aud to behave peaceably.  EUROPE. '    \  Berlin, 15th���������The argument in the VonAr-  nini case is concluded., -Judgment will probably bo rendered on Saturday  fleir Majauke; a member of the Richstad  aud editor .of'the 'Germania newspaper, ar.  rested for a Pies  offence, has been released.  London, 15th���������A special Troth Santander.  * to the Times says the storm which has been  raging in ihe Bay of Biscay for several days  crrMted much havoc. More boats are missing.'  N foreign mails have been received for eight  d:iv<.   'tlie storm continues unabated.  :*Hin, 16t!i��������� Tho German Commi sion to  tin: Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia has  been appointed. Dr. Jacoby is President of  th J Commission, wi:h headquarters at Berlin.  Paris, 17th���������Specie in the Bank of France  has increased 211.000 francs.  The roof; of the market hall in Au tiers fell  \\ yler ihe weight of show yesterday. Several  persons were killed and injured.    ���������' ���������    ,.  London,'17 - Bullion .in tho Bank of En.?  land has,increased ������o 10 000 the  past week.  The proportion of.the Bank reserve to liabilities the last week was 44 3-8 per cent.   It is  now 45^,oer cent.   ;  Berlin, 17th ���������Bismarck bad an interview  wi'-h >be Emperor to day. Rumors of bis resignation still circulated. It is the almost  nniveL'sa^opinionVthat)he vote in :.the Pariia*  m*11t yea$rday������������������ W&s not!pno of want of bon8  deuce,. aii d'-. it isieWnsid ei&d cer tai n the Km -  per 6 r wi 11 not accept BiamUTck 'sjreaignation.  A no th e r reppr t gives.; tier r De njen, dep u ty  I n th o Rio hajtag; as: t he an th ori ty for tli e  statement that 'Bismarck in tends to resign in  view of the yacila ting, course Of the. maj ori ty  in' the Ricastag. ������������������';���������������������������':'y; /-"x.y  Lon don..: 17 th���������A s p ecia I to th o Mo rn io g  Post from Berlin says it is positively asserted  that Bismarck tendered his resignation, which  w as refused. .He afterwards oOnterred w i th  the leaders of the national party regarding  the futiire condnet of aft*\rs in Parliament,  and an understanding was secured.  London, l9th^A; Berlin special says .the  crisis is over. At a Cabinet council���������< held on  Thursday it was proposed that the Riehstag  lie rl is ������jI v ed as a reraed y for Bismarc k 's  complaint, but Bismarck/declined, tbe proposal. . ���������  T be Ne ws co rreap onde n t a t .11er 1 \ n tele-  graphs that Kipmarck stated in conversation  on Monday that he bad received warning  from the Police of a Iresh plot against his  life.  Constantinople, 18th��������� The Levant Herald  publishes an account of the famine in Asia  Minor, and says tbe prospect is appalling..  London, 10th���������Judgment in the case of  VanArnim was pronounced this afternoon;���������  The sentence is three months' imprisonment,  which includes tho one month he has been  under'arrest. The catf&e of the delay in pronouncing the sentence was the refusalflo.f tbe  Count to appear iu court, which insisted ou  bis presence. The Count's sou and counsel  finally induced him to appear.  The German Parliament passed the Imperial Budget to day; and adjourned till the 7th  January.  Berlin, 20th��������� The sentence, in addition to  imprisonment,.requires the paynienfof costs  of court. VouAruim will be perm ii ted to  retain official dignities with the tille of Excellency. He will go to Italy on the expiration of his imprisonment'for the benefit of  his health.  London, 2lafc -A special to the Daily News  from Berlin states that both prosecution and  defence ;bav*3 appealed from the sentence in  the VoiiArfiim case, which will be taken to a  higher court In about three months' time,  London, 21st���������The Morning Standard has  a dispatch from Spain reporting the total defeat of tbe Republicans by Gen. Lopez De-  manque in Catalonia, with heavy loss in  killed and wounded.    .    .  Queenston> 20th���������The steamer Ciiy of London, which sailed from Queenston Dec. 17th,  returned to-day disabled. The mails'will bo  transferred to the steamship Cuba for New  York.. !1. y-yx :���������-":."  London, 20tb~Tbe salvage on the French.)  steamship Amerique has been reduced on  appeal to 900.000 francs.   .. ...//,���������  London, 2l8t���������The Cologne Gazette says  on the 11th in9t. the German brig Gustavo,  from New York, entered the harbor of .Guer  iari, ten miles from San Sebattiao* Ou Hearing the shore she. was fire^ on by Carlists,  notwithstanding she hoisted the German flag  and put out a signal of distress. The next  day the brig struck off San Sebastian, and  was saved by the Republican volunteers, who  took the crew to San Sebastian. The Carlists  on shore fired on the boats^during the rescue  of the crew, and afterwards seized the cargo  of the abandoued vessel.  MEXICO.,  City of Mexico, 21sl���������It Is reported tbat  the Mormons iu the.United Slates propose  tb r m i ng a col o n y in Mex -��������� oo wi t In he i u le a t iu u  of emigrating en masse from -Utah.  * UNITED STATES.  San Francisco, 21st���������Tho steamer Mikado  arrived to-day with dates from Sidue/u/iN'uvV  p\f and froin Auckland lo Nov. 12, . Avr^ngr-  merits were completed for the temporary ro-.  e? tab! is i i me nt at New Zealand of a station,  and the California and Australian mails will  be carried. The Sidney steamer will receive  and land New Zealand mails and passengers  each way. nhe citizens of Auckland were  interested iu the expected arrival of the new  Governor.. Commercial nffurd in Auckland  a re. favorable. Two emigrant ships had arrived within the past month bringing about  800-passengers The lumber trade had in*  creased of lute years, and io now au iinportao-'  interest. .  Washington; 21st���������Darint? the storm of  Monday ii^iiinitig struck the po������vder magazine iu San tu ire and caused a ���������terrible explosion; A portion of the walls were over  thrown.;many houses, deimdished, aud over  200 killed aud wounded. .7  CUBA.   ���������  Havana,  20th���������Paul-Garcia, a noted banditti, with his followers, surrendered them  selves to the authorities.  JAPAN.  Hong Komr, 1 Dili���������The Pacific mail steamer  Japan, for San "Francisco from Yokohama  for this port, was burned on Thursday eight-*  miles from Yokohama. -The lo?s of life whs  tearful. The mails were lost. The Japan  was an bid woodeu vessel.    '  y:y<y /y^JUSTicE^ra^  ",;:;���������   7v ���������, V. y-ToKSDAY.Dec,24^1874.:;  -. Samiie 1. yGreer ,.was charged by; W. B...  Came ro :i w i th using tb reateni hg a nd vio 1 e ii t  language to Complainant.        ���������������������������!':.!?;''-  WV D.: Cam er o n, s worn ,r���������Wh ilfl sta nd i ng a I  i ny e b op door to -If ay. talking to i\fr A. Miic f ar-  lane, the defendant called me a sop of a b-b.  an d sai d I a m got n g to p u t y o u r li ear fe out.  aud called me other names; I told hira to  ta ke h is b a n d. oi 11 o t h is p oc ke t; h e then said.  ������ yon made a whore of- my wife, aud I will  murder yon the first chance I get,  A, Ma cfa rI an e, s worn ^���������1 w as at Mr Cam or-  on's sbop this morning; when Greer came  along; Cameron was standing facing tbe  ���������treet; Greer said to Cameron, ** you're the  son of a b.-h that made a -whore of my wife ;  t interfered and held Greer; Cameron had  no weapon ; words passed between Cameron  and Greer ; cannot say what they were.  Robert Barr, sworn.'-'Was present- when  words passed between Cameron and Greer ;  did not hear much that passed between I hern :  Greer said ho could handle Cameron in any  shape; Macfarlane asked Greer to leave aud  he "went away ; I saw no weapon with Greer,  The Magistrate said that as Cameron's  statement was not corroborated he would  dismiss the case. Aa, ho we ver j tli^re appeared to be a bad feeling between the par  ties, he warned them tbat if they were brought  before him on a charge of committing a breach  of tbe peace, ��������� he. would punish them to the  utmost extent of the law.  MINING INTELLIGENCE.      -  WILLIAMS CREEK.  Several claims below Camwonton arc  making wages. James MacMillan & co. are  building a shaft-house and will commence  work in the old GrSzxley ground after the  holidays, where they expect to find good pay.  This company have^cleaned out about 500 ft.  of the bed roch drain, which is now clear up  to the upper line of the old Caledonia. The  Cariboo co. are making considerably over  wages. The.Water.in tbe claims above the  Cariboo is fast draining off, and in a few days  more tbero will be no difficulty in opening  the bed-rock drain its entire length.       ''  CONK LIN GCLCH. ���������  Thepntario co. have recommenced work.  Good pay has been struck in running tho  drain, and 4 oz. of gold obtained in the bot-  tom^ of a shaft sunk three feet deeper, and  iu which no prospect was got wheu first bottomed, Cora co. got 8 oz./rom a small set  and a half iu opeuiag out from their new  shaft.-    :y-' ' -   '    .   ' '.' .   "���������  '������������������>     OHOtSK 0RKEK.  Princess Marie c������\ have found what I hey  suppose to-be the lostliady of the Lcke lead.  itpeked out nbou; $10 this week, aud the  givutid looks weij -in the face.  "' ANTLER CUEEK.  The Nnsoh co.r.������ grotiad looks more favorable ; got 2 oz. from ibe last 2 sets, i ft. cap:,  XOSQUIT0 CUEEK.  'The Oliver co. ar������i rn������w working (������rnnnd  wi icA-. pay? 3 riz. fo the set, f bo pay in v. rea si g  aa tbey get in.  . ���������'; ,  LIGHTXIXO OREEK..      ���������'���������'..-'  Van Winkle co. washed up 200 oz. last  week and 24o os. on Friday inuriiiiig. Vic-  tori a co. had 530 o?5. last week, and 2-10 oz.  on Friday.-: Vancouver co 193 oz. last wee1-,  and 280 oz/on Friday, Vulcan co. ������5 oz  last week, mid 45 oz. on Friday. ./Nothing  new from the Cosfello. Gladstone co. have  struck more water in tbe diggiugs, and have  stopped work for a few. days.        .  .  Transcontinental Railway Co.���������Notice is  given iu the Canada Gazette that application  will be made at the next session of the Dominion Parliament for an Act to incorporate  a Railway Company with powers to construct, own aud operate a line of railway  from lied River, Province of Manitoba, to  some poiut in British Columbia, on the PaciOo.  joast,  ".   i  ;       UARVKT CREEK.  ��������� The Minnehaha co. is still doing well.���������  Caiiimiago co. running a drain; got a fair  prospect iu-the face.  - We need hardly advise people wbo. know  anything about- politics, that they (the supporters of the Local Government) ere carefully enumerated by agents' of the Federal  Government,^ and that any predilection for  the Local Government, or even a connection  with it, is carefully noted. It is necessary to  state, that Che Local. Government is condemned, and that, therefore, tbe best policy  for. those desirous of future Government  patronage, is net only to aid in ousting the  present; Local Government,, but to be.thor.  ough I y olea������ of; all ppssib le .appearance/ of  siding With, themirTlMaiuland Guardian.   ]!.  ��������� The above upparaileled piece of impiidenc������  we commend to the aliention.of; our readers  as showing - .the ��������� principles^ which con fcrol the  coin mns of Mackenzie's .organs in -this /province. Su pport; Mackenzie's Goverrimeh t to  the sacrifice of the interests of the Province,  and; you will bOy re war ded with a share of  the .^public plunder" which his agent eays  will be distributed amongst faithful: foil6were,  this was the doctrine of " Boss Tweed" and  a host of other scoundrels iu the neighboring  Republic, who are now suffering martyrdom  wi th i n th e wal Is of v ar i p us p on i tent iaries.  We don't think, however, that the "party"  in British Columbia represented by the editor  of tbo Mainland Guardian will ever be  favored with an opportunity of plundering  Ibis province, for, fortunately, honesty is still  at a premium, aud " antecedents" are carefully looked into.  Lillooet. -In our last issue we published  the political platform of the lately elected  members for Lillooet���������Messrs, Humphreys  and Brown���������and in doing so, a correspondent  iu forms us that we have done the latter gentleman an injustice iu not reporting his political platform in extenso. We cliperfully make  ihe correction. The " platform77 should have  read as,-follows:.  "I support Mr Humphreys', platform, and  will be guided entirely on all political questions by bim. If I have any gtave doubts on  my in i n d a t an y timo,)v I have a b i g b ro tb er i n  Victoria to whom I p-hall appeal for advice.''  A FASTIKG GIRL,:  The German papers have been for some  months discussing the case of Louise Lateau,  the fasting girl, who has been declared to  poRsess miraculous gifts by a' number of tbe '  Roman Catholic newspapers. A correspond; ;  ent, writing froiq Jena, gives the following  particulars about her:  At the meeting ot German naturalists and  physicians recently held inBreslau, Professor  Vircbow delivered. a speech on a subject  which has made no small sensation in many  parts of .Germany.,  Some three years ago a  book appeared entitled '* Louise Lateau. sa  Vie,seslsxtases,efc sea Stlgmatea." Not mucli  notice was at 8rat taken of it.   This year^  however^ a pamphlet was published by l^ro-  feseor Robling, of the Academy in MunRter;  eutitled "Louise Lateau, die Stigmatisirte  von Bois dyHaine.,l   It states Unit the. young  woman^ to which it refers was born in Bow  d Uuiue, in "the diocese of Fournais, a.VVu.- ,  Ioon district. of Belginm.'   Ia hej^/chiJdlmod  she-8 .flfered much From illness, anfi sbow.-Ki  extraordioary zeal in the per form.an eo nf hor  religious-duiies.   In I860 she becauu' subject  to ecstasies, of which we shall   afterwards  ppe -k. and two years later, on ^the 21st o(  April,  1^08,  on  a Friday,, just ait bo time  when she had completed her noviciate in Iho  tii i id Or dor of Sain t Fran c is' of ;Asai iji; 4' 'ICv,.  mafa���������fhat ip to say, marks represe^tiing i&<r  wounds of Christ- made the!r appearance on  her body.   They were received 'by; her just :  similar assigns we're.by Saint Fnncis.and  other Saints.    They first appeared as-red  places on fee skin, out. of' uhich  ^t^rwards  blood issued.   Ou ihe first Friday there were..  bleedings on her left bide, the foilnv.iug Fri*  day there were similar bleediugs f 10m her  feet and from her hands;   Eventuudy, on ite  25th of September, spots appeared on her  brow which one could recognize as decidedly  similar to those a crown of thorns would produce.   We have stated that she had become  subject to ecstacies, generally1 occurring on  Fridays, and these. stiU':continue./While an-..  der theso influencss she loses all sensibility  for the outer world.. It is stated that she can-  hot even feel electric shocks. '��������� She has extraordinary visions.   Mo<-e recently she has  found sleep and food unnecessary  to existence,, and  we are informed that for the last  three years she has only eaten a wafer daily  and drunk two! spoonfuls !bt /water/ weekly.  Duxing all this time"'she has never Biept.������������������  Such are tho facts which are gravely, recorded  in.the pamphlet', and the fact that it is written  ny a ' pr0fessor,! wh 0'declares b imself tinabI e  to expl at n th e: p h en omen a, baa b rough t th e  s(0ry under .the : n otice of a class of ;pe rsons  who are not likely to-:attach: importance to  con temporary miracles.   Professor Robling  did not feel satisfied with the;success-of:bis  pamp blefc,   He wr0le ��������� to . ProfeSsor?Vi rcb0w  m to a- great physiologist, to, ask htm���������hi*f  opinion about tiis very remarkable phenomena.   In his letter he remarked, that the;Ge-  tbqlfo Apologists lay down tlie principle th������ft  a phenomenon may only thns be: treated as a  m i racl e wh en scien ce h as' pro v ed. u.nab 1 e to  explain it according to fixed inControvertiblo  laws.   Professor Virchow treats tho case as  one of a class familiar to bim.| He has been  16 or/17 years physician'to the department of  sick  prisoners at  Berlin, and  knows vm*v  many kinds  of eimulation.    One case has  00me under his notice of ceasing to talte  nor.risJhmont, in which A he  whole Mippl) ������������f  food was conRumed in an extraordinary man-  n������r.. 'Tt has given him/ he says,'the greatest trouble, even perfectly  organised  ne  h'u*  hospital is, to trace out the tricks and shifts  to  which such persons as Louise Lateau resort.7   Still, despite all tbe annoyance likely  to result, be said he would not object to receive the girl into bis establishment, and ihnt  he would look carefully into her case, which  he admits has become of serious importance,  now that  tbe col portage is  still  carrying  thousands of  pamphlets on the subject info  every village of the Rhine, and a great part  of the country is in a ferment about ifc.  $10,000 Damages.���������A suit was entered on  Tuesday by Samuel Greer against W. B.  Cameron for debauching plaintiff's wife.  The damages are laid at $10,000.  NoTfCB.��������� "Mr Lindsay, of Van Wink!3..wil 1  act as a ge n t for th e Ssnttnk u on Ligh tat 1 * sc  Creek, and all orders left with that gen tl em e.\  will be promptly attended to. Parlies aft  the lower end of Lightning desirous of subscribing, will please leave tbeir orders at. Me<  Dermoti's, Stanley. Sent by Mail to subscribers at the rate of $1 per month, payable in advance.  ��������� t r. -i  it-  *���������/���������  I  ������/:  I  :7-i  ���������&  'I  MISCELLANEOUS  ���������   . BARKERVILLE,    ,  Auctioneer, Co mm is*s i on  and Mining Aerent,  NOTICES.  NOTICES  #3-Goode received and stored In FIRE-P.R.OOF  <l;������L;LA!R/'';and liberal advances made on same, at  ������-nftannn'tvln' ntt.nu .'...' ��������� '.     * '     ttiv (1 ftm  seasonable rates.  my 9 Cm:  . i,  ���������1  STANLEY,    ���������';  ���������    LIGHTNING CREEK,  ' . ��������� ;..,     Haaon.hand aohofcoatock of  fc  Provisions, Groceri s,  which ha will sell, V  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AS CHEAP  AS THE CHEAPEST.  . -x-"���������'���������/��������� ���������'::���������       fcuX-    ���������''' :������������������:  .'���������-'������������������   7  A BJS propared '-tb furnish Lumber at their Mills,'  A /William Creek, or deliver it to-order.,  ...  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  cre'ek.  ��������� ���������'.' ������������������-  >; ' -': ^y  ..   Having a-planlog f Machine Jn; operation  also furni6b  OTICETS HERESY GIVEN THAT THI-  following are the Boundaries of tbe  Laud Recording Districts in the-Province oJ  British Cplumbia:J -.'/." ���������  NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.  The Land Recording District of New Westminster shall be bounded on the South by  the Southern Boundary of the Province (the  4-iHh Parallel of North Latitude) to w point  about Go miles East from'the shore of the  Gulf of Georgia, said point being the^ Sbnth-  Eaatern corner of 'New Westminster District,  and the South-Western corner of the. Yale  District; on the East by a line (beinp also  the Western bonitda'ry of the Yale District)  running" North from tbo- said South-Eastern  corner, crossing Fraser River about S miles  above the mouth of Harrison River, to a distance of about 45 miles, and I hence North-  West by North about 50 miles, at an average  distance of about 10 miles East from the general course of the Douglas. Portage, to the  North-Eastern corner of 6atd District, wbicb  is.also the North-Western corner of Yale District;. on the North by aline (being: also the  Southern boundary, in part, of the Lillooet:  District), thence running West .from said last  named corner, crossing. Lillooet Lake at a  pointabout equi-distantfrom either end, and;  touching the extreme Northern point of Jer-  vis Inlet (which is tho South. West corner of  Lillooet .'District) thence to Forbes Bay on  the shore of. Desolation Sound; ancfon the  West, by a line running through the middle  of Hobafray. Channel, to'Sarah Point; and  thence in a straight line Southerly to the most  ..Westerly point of. Savary Island ; thence to  mid-channel of Gulf, of Georgia ; thence to  the centre.of Sabine channel, to the boundary  of Nauaimo Land Recording;District, following through tho centre of said channel to a  point opposite Point Upwood, Texoda Island;  thence following the raid-channel of;tbe Strait  of Georgia to tho North-Eastern corner of  Cowichan District; thence West on the 49th  Parallel to point of.commencement, and shall  include .tbe, iollowing Islands :���������-��������� Roffy,7  4 Mary,; 'Melville/ f Morgan, *���������/.; Otter,',-1 Mink/  '.Rugged/ 'Savary/ ������ibtrwood/ ? Texada/  ' ftardv/ ��������� ' Nelson/ * Captain/ '��������� Pearson,'  '���������Tho/maridy/ '.Trail/ ������ White/* Anvil/ ; Defence*// /' Wool bridge/. * Gambler,' ' Keats,'  1 Bowen/1 FasJoy/;.Pophiim/ (,Wooicombe/  and' Passage/and ail other'small, islands not  enumerated'within said boundaries.  jei-nauK '  IEXTDOOR to TIC-TfaOFFICE]  TNYITE3 YOU TO CALL AND SEE HIM,  8. and get as .much cornert. for the inner.man as  any otlur man car. provido for the same amount of  c:i3h"kji tho sliape of  * , DISTRICT OF YALE (YALE DIVISION).  Tbe Yale Land Recording; Division shall  bo bounded on tbe West by a line coin men c-  mg on the 49*h Parallel of North Latitude.  6u"mi.Ies;Bast from the Gulf of Georgia, being  also the South-Eastern corner of New Westminster Land Recording ��������� District ; thence  North about 45 miles j .thence -North  about  oral District, being also the North-East cor-.  ler o f~New Westmi ns te r DIstr i c t'; tb e nee f ol -~  lowing the Northern aud' Eastern boundaries  of the Yale Land R^ording Division to the  point of commencement.'.  . DISTRICT   OF   YALE ��������� (OSOOYOOS  DIVISION).  The Osboyoos Land Recording District  shall be bounded on the South by the 40th  Parallel, commencing at a point (being also  the South-East corner of the \ ale. Land Recording Division); ytbe'nge. running West, to  the Western boundary of* Kootenay District  thenee running Northward along the said  Western-boundary to the So nth-East corner  of tbe Kamloops Land Recording Division ;  thence following the Southern "and Eastern  boundaries of said Land-Recording Division,  to tbo South-Western corner of. the saidKam-  loops Land Recording Division; thence due  South alnng tho boundary cf the Yale Land  Recording Division to point of commence-  meat.  NOTICES.  of North Latitude;;/on -the; East by the 724th  Meridian qfi; West Longitude ;��������� jorr; the Nor tli  by /ther 60th /Parallel; /and on the West by  Alaska/ a!Tevntofj^J\ie' XJiiited States of  America. ' -...*.  /���������������������������'- yy-y'l      'ROBERT B13AVEN,/  7 Chief Comm^ajoner-'ian        Works.  Lends and Works Office*yy,  Victoria, Jiiiy 13tb:/tfi74.; 7 7 :.". . (   se3  LILLOOET DISTRICT.  Tbe Land Recording * District of. Lillooet  shall be bounded,on the Kiiat by aline (being  also tbe Western boundary, io part, of Ihe  ICootenay District) commencing from the  Northeastern corner .of Yale .Electoral Dia-  tnctj'thence following a course parallel to  the general course of the Columbia R-iver aScf  about ten miles distant therefrom. 50 miles,  to'a point on the 52d Parol 11-1 of North Latitude, which is the North-Eastern corner of  siVid Lillooet District,'mid tho'.'South-Eastern  rth bv:  Southern  jel) crossing, the  Cariboo Road at the !:>8tb mile po^t.for t  distance of about ?-?.() miles, to a point on the  124f b Me ri d i a n, w b ic h UAho North- Wes I e ru  corner of said LillooetDistrict, and the Sourh  Western corner of Cariboii District j on Ihe  West by the said I24tb Meridian, a distance  of about 125 miles.* to/the.'point whetjo'the  said/Meridian intersects the .Northern beun:  bary of New Westminster District,'fit the  Northern extremity of 'Jervis Inlet; en the  South by tba Northern boundary of New  Westminster -District," .'to tbo North-Eaotern  corner, of said District (which ia also the  North*Western corner of Yule Electoral Dis  trict) and tberico by tbe Nor* hern boundary,  before described j of said 'Vale KleeJorn.l District, to the Southeastern corner of said Lillooet District; which'is also ttie NortlrEastern  corner of Vule Electoral Di&trict.  OF THE UE3T QUALITY.  N.B.���������To fill up tho'time j- 1 .will attend to the  TAILORING   BUSINESS.  An������r SEWING MACHINE work of every description  will be ilone'at the shortest uotico at rwiBoaable  ^'noi3' ... FRANK PERRBTT.  ST^  45 miles ; thence No rth-West about 50 miles  to a point being the North-Easterly corner of  New.Westminster District; thence East about  37 miles to a point near tbo junction of. the  Thompson and Nicola Rivers 5 thence in a  Sonth-Easterly direction,.running parallel to  tlie general course of the Nicola -Ri?er, and  distant about 7rail������8 therefrom, for a distance  Of about 35 mil or to Go Id water River ; thence  in a Southerly direction -along ihe trail to a  point 2 miles West of Princeton \ thonco due  South to tho 49th Parallel, about 3$ miles;  thence a I on g the said parallel to tbe point of  commencement.   -���������  E  DOLA  lias removed to the Store formerly occupied  ' by the Bank pf 15ri tish North America  BarkcrviUe, Dec. 18, 1874. .    UocltJ,  . ���������*, - * - - - ��������� -    -���������   ���������       -  77/7' 'HOTICE.   ���������'.-���������'  |\URINO   MY ABSENCE  PKOM CARIBOO MR I.  ..$}- ;B. ;FISHP;i??- Agent, of the Jtf-inte oi;; Bri 1 Ifih Co.  Juuib ia,. hold's my t'ovv <.-. r-of-AHorn-;-y.  !   VII /parties imlein������d to me are /notified to.  si.ake a settlement forth wit ly  KKANCOK LALLTB&.  "f  'Oefccaiea-17,1  W-tt PA.BTNERSFJ.F HRRfcTPOFOUF, KX\*T-  /' ":*i������* btttwoi^a Frank Perrett and Tiaoiaias  7 . yUns, Saloon-keepers; 'B.Hrk*.TviIle, is 1 his my  ������;jy ��������� i v'0d hy inum Vl->cons������������������\>l Jfl*,-muy��������� Ptjfr>'11* wi 1!  1: ') v 1 n u t to car r y t ������.n Mi e busi ji -,v^, h ml w i H mil I������ ;ti i  1^ .:1hji45 and culiect *U account,.5 ou,' to tho l,i;. ��������� flna  FUA ��������� K l������KR.R'Krr '  THOAl^'H \KIHiVW.  . V-!*ri%i?wp-..0. W. nohlnson and A. tVttd������J%  Bu^tajviii^ uo������>b������r 31. !������}&,     .,-   .     ,   mltm  DISTHICT   OF   YALE (KAMLOOP3  D1YISION).  The Kamloops Land Recording Division  <bi\ll b* bounded on tho South by n Hoe com-  uiencing at a point 2 miles West of Princeton,  rnruuner due East to the South point of Otcan-  ngan Lake;   thence on the  East by a line  nrnnrngr Northward, and following the Eastern shote of Okanagan Lake to its bead ;  thence due North to. Round Lalce ; fchenco on  ihe South by a Hue running due East, to the  Eastern boundary of Yale TSIeOtoral Dislrict,  ibeiiiff al s 0 th e Wes ter n b 0 n n d ary 0 f JCo o te.  n ay D 1st rict ;  Ihenee f ol 10 wing th e Wes tern  boundary of ICootenay District, to the North-  'Eastcorner of Yale Sectoral District j thence,  on the North by the Southern boundary, in  part of Lillooet District, running West from  the said last named corner, and passing about  three miles North of Seymour, to a distance  of  about 20 miles ;   thence in a direct line  ������������������ hon t 65 . mi 1 es.  to  a p 01 n t on  th e  No r 111  Tho ni fis on Ft? v rr (M������*T'i d i a n  Bt m d)   about 1 ������  miles North of Kami oops ; tiienee In a direct  line about  15 mil es N or th of   I v a m i no p������ ;  thonoe in a dr*eo������  tine about 60 lines to the  $A4 mi!o OorI on the wntyon rrmd t'wm Yale to  iP.inton : thenc* in ������ direct lirse tlo mrlnn to  DISTRICT OF KOOTICNAY.  The Land Recording, District of Koofenay  shall be bounded en the West by the before  described Eastern boundaries of Xido Electoral and Lfllooofc Districts up to the North  Eastern corner of Lillooet, District, which'is  a!so the Soutb-Sasteru corner of Cariboo District, aud thence by a lino (boing also ibe  South-Eastern boundary of Cariboo District)  following thagenoral course of ih������ Columbifl  River, and distant from it about 30 mi ies, fi-r  a further distance of obont 59 miles, .to n  point on the 118th������������������Meridian, about 15 miles  North-East of tho Boat Kim jimp merit, and  thence by the 118th Meridian (being also the  Eastern boundary,in part, of Cariboo District) io the summit of the Rocky Mountains,  the Eastern boundary of tho Province; on  the EaBt by the said Eastern boundary of the  Province ; and out. the South by the 49th  Parallel, tho Southern boundary oi tbo Province.  DISTRICT OF CARIBOO.  The Land Recording District of. Cariboo  shall be bounded on the West by the 124th  Moridiao. which U also th*. Eastern boundary  of the Coast District] on ihe South by tho  52d Parallel, which is also the Northoru boiiu*  dary of Lillooet District; on the Southeast  by the before described boundary, in part, of  ICootenay District ; ou the East by tho 118th  ���������;���������; LEA & PERBINS*'  Uo Jointed    .-  woaeEs^^as;H  ... Dcblared by Oonnolsaeu rsto b e  THE  ONLY" GOOD  SATCJCE;  * Caution agairist Fraud.��������� TliV success or tliia  most: delicious;ujad 'unrivnKefl CoiiitiirrCDt havlot  caused cor tain doalors io Apply, the nnm e d f* * Wpneg.  torshtre, Sauce'������. to their own,inferior compounds, tlio  puhlio is lioroby informodtbatthtoiily way-ttipro*  ouretheigonuillOi���������iS'to^^���������;'^/^���������^'.;.;,'���������"y;;/���������' Jy"/.,* .' .::���������  OSKvW(M ^si!.;^';;^HKOT^^^SATJCE  ��������� iu'.! 10 s a'tf that t h 01 r n a ni 0 a ar 0 u po a ��������� th 0 vs Ai'iim  ^BISCiStSTOFl'KR^andBOTTlS.    '":'  "���������       7    '    "���������' ,  So iwe o, f th e t*o r.o ign: ;mark ot s h av J n g :h eh ri s a ppl )c d  rIth:a spurinus \yuroostershli-r-Sauco/upon thc^vrup���������>  jcr and 1 aheIs of \y-\ 11cb thepames of-iiea \in(\ TV^rrlnn  lave 'bo'^TJ * forged , iy and TP^giVc noticcthat tlii-y  i ave f u rn is h e U their cprre spoil d e i������ tfy \v ft ft po w er ni  tttomey to tnfee i u^tan t.proceedipgs.ugainsi suva.  ^AbrcrRKBpapd  Uonsby \vhib  il v k xi> o RS'.O.]; s u c h, o r-a hy. ot liex i m 1 ln������  h t h Piiri'ghito ft y t> e j n frtPgci d.    %+ '��������� '  \sk-for I>EA. &c -SBR-ttiNS ? Sau oeTand see  Name,;on : Wrappe rV, L ab'e 1, BOttle,/' and  ���������Stopper/ '.    ���������      ,7 ��������� '   / -    :/.   '  Wholesale'and for/export;liy th������ prnprietors, '-:Wo.r������  cesi er; Crosso &,Bh������ck well; LAmUm\ &c.\: &c. ;7 aud  by Grocers aud Oj I men univorsalJyi   ...  oicT^Totiee.  PS'ITATBB 1-L.t8:,  iB ridge, the maid ng of a Raiiro/t il, Tarn pi k*s Roa<t,!<ir  r-jlsgr-ipji Line,.the constructIq.q or ioiprovemeut 'or'n  H������T')pr, .Cap fi f,-Lock .Dam or SII 4e. or tab i>r like work j  'ho gr������i n ting of a riglit o f F^r ry; /the 1 hcorpotti ti ->u" ut  .toy pa'rti'cuIdr trada or. ca!; in $ or. ��������� ������f t\uy- J.Vi ii ify'��������� ;olc  Cora pan y; ore thecw j ??<?��������� for* -gran ti n cr to an y > i n Vi j v J. ��������������� ,}  >r fn��������� \iVifIuals any. oxp.lusrveor;prciiliar rights or pnv  t! eges whatevpr. or for: dolng;' any mattei* ��������� orv; tfi''��������� g  w b icli 1 n its opera tion would aIteot: tho tiuUt or pr>���������:������������������  .���������r ty of ,o tJb er parties, or relate, to, ah y p; ir ti cut a j-' clo as  of the comrauDity i or for making any ain^nd ma ji to!'a  'ike nature to auy TermorActvsrmhreqiiire a...--koiico,  clearly and distinctly specifying.tlie hit iii re and o!-j el  of tho application, to he pu hi is bed as folio vs, v iz.:  A Notic? inserted 1 n the &ritish Coinra.bi': Q*i> lib",  and in oiic newspaper published in the'-'nisinci k(-.  ected, or if .there be no .uovvspaper psbliahtd tji nf-An,  '���������%hon rn a powppapoT in��������� the n,exfc������: tfcdresV-district, in  whlcb a newspaper .i9;oublislied. / ;;  'Sub'h notice shall be couliniied.in each/case'for  i porloif of at least slxweeks. 7Jurin>T"the iDterval of.  Lime bet we en 'tlie cTose of . the iies t prcco ding Sessir>a  aud t bo consjl era tion of the petit ton ./*;' /  . Bofprc. an y. Poti tin n pray] ng for ! eav������ to t> ri ii?  :ii a Private. Bj.Il for tho, orcotio,ii".'.of ..a Toll. .Bri'igo. is '  p r esen ted to the Ho ase, t h e person o r persons in ton rt ���������  Ing to-peLKfrjj for such' Bill shall| upon giving the do-  tlco prescribed In tho. pre ceding Ruby also at 'the eaaw  i U n o, aii d | n the si m <s m aim e r, gi vo notico\ of th <>. rat- a  which they intenil to ask", the extent of .the privili'g'V  the height.of tho arobes, tho interrar between t!id  tb tt t m en ts or pi ers for tho passage of rafts or yc ssMs,  unii mentioning also wli other they intend to -.erect a  .Irawbrldge or riot, and tho dimensions of. the samf.  J. ROWLAND HBTT,  Jn4 . Clerk of tho Legislative Asscrw bif  J  \TOTIOTC   IS   HEREBY  i.1    on and after tbo  G-IVEN   THAT  FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER NEXT,  Meridian of West Long-titil'lo (boing also the aJ' Claims In the Cariboo District may be lahl ������vet  VV(38t������m boundary, in part, of ICooUmav Dis- "J1*!1 H^??������,May' 1S75������ Kabi'?ct to'tho eth Section  fcrict) to the summit of the Rocky Mountain^  Gf ^ MU Mln,u������ Amendment Actfal872. ^^  ,Uie Boti������b.VdBfe.aDrn������Nr tfJm sd4 Yale Elw-$b������ \x*\wkH on &e S������uUi>j tUo W& Parallel  and thenco Northward hy the summit of lh������������������  Rocky Mountains, and by tho 120th Moriciian  of West Longtiturle. tbo Eastern bonmlaryfof  the jfrovince ; and On the North hy the 00th  Parallel of North.";Latitude,5Jtho;.' Northern,  boundary of the Province.  DISTRICT OF: OMINECA.  The Land Eecording District of Ominfica*  shall be bounded on the South by the 64th  PtiralJfll of Hortli. Latitude j nn the plast by  the 124th Meridian of East Longitude;- on  lh������ North by the 5Cth Parallel ; Hnd on tbe  West by the 127tli Meridian jof JOJast Long}.  tude.  DISTRICT O? GABSIAR  Tho 0������wlnr Ln,nd Recordint?  XVutrhi Hhal  BlchQeW, 1th Oc^^h^ 1971  Gold Commissioner.  Sxm iZt $  rpROM THIS BATTC THE ASSAY Charge  is  fur Iota of Gold Dust of Fifteen Ounces or. unaci  REDUCED^ TO TWO DOLLARS,  and for  MINERAL/ASSAYS TO FIVE DOLLARS,  tl)������ latter payable in advauo\  2Dth August, 1874^  W.  HiTcnrocic  au2������Ira


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