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 sr  sy-  ii  ?es  rill  of  irn      II  ithv ft 1  s  a  Barkervme, William Creek, B.C., Saturday, December 21, 1872.  No.   8  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  yy Published every Saturday by  E 0 B IR T    HOL L 0 W A T .J  ���������-������������������-��������� *: ���������0 Cento per Week,  BATR8 OT A&7SRtfSWd;  *o?oaosojtare(ottelacfcy% Bret insertion,  .   (8  ���������-    x'x A4 >���������, one'month,  ���������   ���������    ������  for two squares; first! naerti'onj    ���������".������������������������������������:   |  ���������     *   *���������. ���������:   onemoatnt;.���������-. .- . .  .    a  AcenU for the��������������� Cariboo Sentinel.0  VenWinlcW; ���������  Queenelmouth,  Soda Creek'j ", .  Clinton;" ���������    *.     ������  Yale,  ���������   .  ���������      ���������  ��������� New Westminster/  "Victoria^,  t. P. Fisbor,  ���������;���������'  B*>*n h Oo.,  ������& flunet,.    .  *..;.;���������  ..A l^Mclnnea.  ��������� Barnard1* Expreas  ��������� Barnard's ExnresR  ��������� Barnard's Express  ���������      . do do  ���������     ���������;���������;:;    John Murray  ��������� .'������     ,Mr. Webster.  ��������� , ���������      8������a Franeiseo  ���������.     *      8*ii Francisco  m CornhtU, London. K.C;  THB CARIBOO SENTINEL  *3*rd������. Circular^ Posters arid Programmes for  Balls and Theatric Elite rtatb merits  Rx������cuted with neatnewahd dispatch.  -   Term* moderate.  "wua������  MONDAY EVENING. DEC.pi*  VAN WINKLE.  Van winkle, Dec. 15���������The British Columbia  fT^l^pftph Company (ipiidj ai Mce at thl  place '/in-day. Tari!f ,.beIwmri bere and *.fiar-1  IterVtUe fiiVcents for first 10 words and SH els  for oach -additional, five*   V   S  Qeetf^montbi D*f flfifr-Alellfbt shock of  .earthquake was' fell -here'.^yesterday evening  abon' 110 o'clock* The motion was f roa -owi  to^ weii, and resembled the action of a wave  site  done.  '"   -wry  low as SO below aero.  of !��������������� running Ihbotb'Fraeef and  vera.. .Theferry������eow;bae stopped  running on the  ������f dwellingi to w*v������\a* the deck of a vessellnvolved to flames.   The pollee officers and  tbe Chief of the Tiro Department forced an  entrance by means of-ladders to tbe room,  where they found the charred and burned  bodies-of-sixteen persona* tbo bedding and  furnftwe strewn* about th* rooms In a eon*  feso'd-mets. ;HumanreaaSnfl.bodItsfAc,lay  In different places from wbicb they had tried  to find vogreml :"''8������mo; bsd'endeavored to escape through windows, other������ had fallen at  head of the staircase. Tho bodies of two  women were half concealed under a bed In  another room. Up to %M this morning ������  bodies hate been recoyorod.'".; There were  50CJ- guests'-in the'honeejwho when ftnally  aware of the,deafer wero greatly cxiHsd.  Ljltsb.���������Thereis |reatoenfeslon at tbe  hoteltp4ey. Oiseof tbe proprietor!denies  there was mf delay in giving tho alarm. The  walls of thelaundry aro oompletely destroyed.  The damages cannot bo estimated yst. The  accounts of the number burned are conflicting. It le stated at the hotel that only eleven  were burned, all females.      :.  San Francisco, Dee. H���������Repairs to the  Prince Alfred are nearly complete, and she  will sail te Victoria on SOih.  Hew York) Deo; 11���������A motion to qnash  the indictments against Tweed to-day was  denied by Judgo Ingram. ��������� .; i  Iit������ now thought that the American ored-  itors will not low seriously by the failure of  Jacobs Brothers, Antwerp. '  No intelligence ot >be missing ship 8cftndi*  navla, aodlttiW  .-NowY*tkiiteQ:i^ty  erpooi, arrived yesterday;[bringing 852 ImmiJ  grants. Five hundred wore Italians In an extreme state of destitution. Tho authorities at  Castle Garden are la a qu&ndsry as fo their  disposal.  80DACEEBK.  Soda Creels, bee. iff wo dlsttnet abooko  of eartbfroake werofett here last nlgbt. The  first, which occurrid about 10 o'clock, was of  considerable violence and tasted about 25  oeconds. After an Interval ^f U seconds, a  ehoek of less violence was felt. The motion  ih a light lea. Two subse<|iient slight shocks,  searoely perceptible, were experienced at intervals of two or three minutes; Ite course  ippearedtobeiiortn^ast-tosouth-west. The  first shocirias^^  report having felt another, rather, eevere sisock  at ft this morning.   Wearter cold and-- cleat;  loo" Mribteg thick since morning.  VICTORIA.  Vlctbria. Dde. 15-*tast night, at 23 mlmttea  to It o'clock, the city wee shaken by a sharp  shock of earthquake which rooked bonnes  violently and drove several families into tbe  street forWety. The movement was from  east to west; fn como instances door bells,  were ranff and crockery knocked from shelves  Tbe shock lasted about 10 seconds.  Last night a 6ctavohian, known as Giovanni  Seanorf, fell dead In the Adelphi Saloon. He  was playing rondo, and bad bet his last half  dolls? and lost, when be dropped as if he had  been shot He struck1 the floor with great  violence,, and lite supposed that life was ������*���������  tlnot .before' tbe body reached the floor. The  awful oesurrence caused profound sensation  in the saloon, whhb was crowded with customers al the moment An examination of  the pocket* of deceased showed that he bad  bet his leaf coot Tho deeoaso4>was; part  owner and captain of tbe schooner Carolina:  The Prince Alfred will sail from San Jfan-  olsco for Victoria on the *0kh lost.  UNITED STATES. yyr  New York, Deciis���������The co^tlnned arrival  of destitute Italians, the victims of eteigrani  swindlers rfesiding in'Various cities In Italy;  & causing Increased alarm and anxiety, as an  other batch arrived te-day and largo numbers  of other* bave been shipped.  New York, Doc. ISr-Wra. A. Lanvaltle, a  Cuban,' and ������ne of the directors of the Mep%<!  real brataeb of <tho British North American^  :BankrarrivedlbeTO^haTgad.Wit  approprkteg. 'fundi^^ of the bank to  amount of $300^6." [I  Mary Anai^i'agan^ a vtctlin of tho 6th  Avenue Hotel fire, died In great agony at the  BeUevne Hospital yesterday. The 'Are originated, according to Ihe lovldtobco, in the sor-  1 room ob tbo  LEGAL NOTI0Q3, &c.  SFXHrmi  ��������� I  The RegiBtrfttioa of  oTioa.  PUBMO NOTIGB i������ berCbj-given, taat from and  after th* 1st day of Boptember next,*all Births,  Death! and Karrragea wltbto the Province of BriMoh  Columbia are to be Regtitored under the provUtone of  ^The'ReRlstmtiott-Qf Wrtba; Deaths and atatrtts������e  Act, 1S7V* et: it"* Office of tbe Dletrlcl Beglntfir ������I  the Dtatriot wherein the same reepecttrel^ snail take  place, and wltbta the times fbllowlng^ t^at la to fay:  BIRTMS���������Witbtn CO days trom the date thereof.  DKATHS���������WUhin W day������ afterlntermoat.  If ARRIAaoauWltbin n days from the date thereof.  Every Householder, Head of: a Famtly, Clergyman,  Physician, or otheT person or persona, M^Wred by she  said. Act to report Birthn, .Deaths and Uarrtegss^ srho  reftwee, er wilfully neglects to dp so; within tnetlraea  before named, will be liable to a penalty for each and  ���������very offence of not. teas than Five Dollars or mora  than Twenty Dollars, to be recovered with qoatilje.  fore any Jasttce"of the Peace having Jurisdiction wUbia  the teaatlty- where" any suoh offonca la committed  against the said Act;:' ������������������-.- ^- .  . ':"  *  ���������;-���������/   Byeom������nnd.-y <y  . . ;���������." V ��������� .- gL9; w.-AUCHAtr,,.  ���������     ","���������' %"' ���������".  ���������'.' Beglstrar Qeseral;-  taad KegWtry Office.       1  ::���������:������������������.. ACf. 81.1STSL       7. ir;'.': X  W14  ������������������ HotJiBOrAsss������Btv, fidAnssst, ISTI.'  fcxtraot from Bules relative to Private Bills.  Havana, Dee.  f#reoa  j... ������...  ing.   K6 private  The Herald heads a  Fifth'-Avonno Hole-  ���������danet   Wan It Crl^lnitlT  and tho^-  fippear������R to bo ffosi the -soft,  mamUs  west.   The tiftrmbmete'r etbbd at x18 below  New York, Deo. U^Tho Bra in the  Avenue Motel last nlgbt broke out shortly  IS���������It la feared the steam������  ship Commander, hence for Qiseonstown Nov,  2d with a cargo of Iron,vhas fouttdoredv %  A letter from !.���������ras,po .Bay,5' dated'the 6th  inst, sta^^bat, ihp lighthouse on Antloeh  island was cdmplotely destroyed during^ the  late hurrlcsne. T'he honee of the ligbl&eepor  was: deatroyod, '������������������ and Baxter,' the xkmper, file  wife, and siis'yobUdron killed, and ���������&������������$!  small fishing veesels wrecked, on the ioland.  \ .1, -��������� ;  All sppHcattone for Private Bills, properly the  sabjectof leflslatlon by the Legislative Assembly of  nrltleh Colombia, within the purview of ������ The Brlttsh  Korth America Act, 188t," whether for the erection of  a Bridge, tbe making of a Railroad, Turnpike ftoad, or  Velegraph tine, the construction or Improvement of a  Bettor, Canal, liocfc. Dam or Slide, or other like work:  the granting of a. rljbt of Perry*, the Incorporation oi  any pwtloolar trade or calling, or of any Joint Stock  Company; or otherwise for granting to any 1 adlvtdnet  er individuals any exclusive or peculiar rights or privilege* whatever, or for doing any matter or. thins:  which Sn its operation would affect the right or property of other parties, or relate to any particular class  of the community;, or for making any amendment of a  like nature to any former Act, shall require a.Notice,  clearly and distinctly specifying thenatureand object  &f the application, to be published as follows, via.::  A Notice inserted In the British Columbia Gazette,  a&4 l&.onenavrspaper published In the district af-  teeiedj or If there be no newspaper published therein,  t^cn in a newspaper In the next nearest district In  which a newspaper Is published.  .]���������gffir Such notice ehall be continued la oach case far  a period of at least six weeks, during the Interval of  time between the close of the next preceding Session,  and ihe'consideration .of the pctlttoa.  i 61; Beforo any Petition prayiag fbr leava to bring  baa Private Bill for:the erection of a Toll; Bridge Js'  ?>resented to the .House, tho person or. pemons; Intend-'  ng to petition for each Bill shallT upon giving itio no-.  tlce prescribed'*uf tM Receding Rule, also sit the same:  tfnae, and Inthe s������m������ manner, glvo notice of the 'rates--:  which they intend toaak, *be extent ot the privilege,  taTeheight of tho arches,, the Interval between tho.  abutm'ents or piers for tbo passsige of rafte'or. veu'els,  aa* mentioning also -whether they Intend to erect tt -  Crawbrldgo or act, and the dimensions of .the. earns.:'*  ���������5;.T : WARLBS OOOD, ;��������� v     '*.  ...���������.; Clerk of,the-Le^siative ^as������sactf,; _  after 11 o'clock on tbe second noor, but was  the proprietors and clerks  City of Mesloo. Bee. iS-^Oo Ihedajof Aho  inauguration of President Lsrg&da the streets  were orowded and much enthnslasm prevailed, lathe evening all the public build-  many private bouses wore lllumln-  female^orvant who wae burned out of her  ills,  NQ  [WiU  fM  *! ii  CLIOTQN.  ���������TJoe. is4K shoclt^f ���������e^rfti^ualw  was felt hero at about 9.'30 p.nt..'yestorday.���������  Tho shock was so severe as to awaken persona  m  Ing were staggered almost off their'feet,  ssted about 45 BOcoWdfl. It:  considerable  a small WoTn the laundry, itad It was nearly  iS brcl������fe!i -boYoroa passing' pollco'man disco v-  Tal^Deo.'IS^tail Aching,' at 9i&t m  stalrosso-ln  back of the house from the laundry, In the  baseiaiettt, leading to servants1 'rooms' In the  no" opening except at the bottom  and topf and-the Satnes ruBbe^fromlt as from  ountliitCachedfthe top, on to  rooms of servants 'ope&ed*  soon  "QompleiMy shut off from tho mala building.  promises that be will obey tbe Constitution.'  EUROPEAN.  Berlin, Dec. IJ-rNowe has been received of  Wanes, ?!?������wfums ssploror Ss Africa, Ho  bad arrlvoa'-at (Suettfame oa his way homo,  in good health.  Berlin, Dec 11���������^Blsmark returns to Berlin  between Deo. 15th and 20th.  London, Doc.. 12���������Tbo galo continued yesterday, but less severe than on Sunday. In-  toIHgebce oontlnuos to arrive of disasters by  sea and land. The damage in London is eon-  eiderable.} six houses blown down and forty  Borne, Dec. 12���������It is not tmo, aa'has been  reported, that the Pppo wili leave Home if  the bill for the suppression of certain religious  eorporatlohS; now before ParliameDt,;ps8ses.  Ylenna, 'Deo.'12���������TboRieohsratb easembied  HAVING PUBCHASKD ,THK  Hotwl from Mr J. J. Robertson, begs to Inform  tho travelling public and tho. Miners of Cariboo that  he will do hts uttnostto sustain tbojreU*earned reputation of the. house as a SrstrClass HotaL  Will su ������umal he lumlshod with tho bos������ the -iforset  Is.weU stocked with Spirits, AiesD Wines tad 01 gars.  Ar������ comfortably furntshed, and a/laegOaddlMoa'U  the number of rooms la now beinsmade.  Are tbo beat In the Upper Country, and -srllt  T-y m  m  my  m  ������  Ifttl  m  m  ma  mm  yx  7, si  'i:y  7&7  wraiweOT  ;ft  ;&.  SATORDAIT. D E0^2l,'.������������7 2:c  !&  '������������������"; ���������I) -'1 W'^Mr-:W. -M'r l! 1  y^  "%ithW  P    [^SSwein receipt of dispiatdheii.^lving full:  .i * par^lars-of ^ibo- iiebe;to^buJh!bwing Jo;tbo  orowde.dstat������*${)iQt|ricojiimns.^e are unable  .~M:ft!* Mi������!J'..'H.:fb.H������:: miprning, bnt will issue^t in  .:,,.a>n Iftrajas sop^ as^ppssible.]^- '"k^-^. **{"������������������,  'W#M THE- GO������BRNjQR>S SJ?EE���������^S*    -j *  ;   Th'eSfpeSeo^^  of Pari lament, published in| to-day's-'Issue, a^  * n ind ientio a o f. ih e metres to be bro ng fi t*  i *forwird^nd'.the? go If cymbal ^wili^bS-*';p1trsUe<f  'fb^bis:tadVi^eW(]iinii^ ^0^?l#|^l!%the  H^%$e7l^  ^|md*^  V^sboiber tearJsHeaadof jpoVeV ifeti&i^mT&rs  y.acbejge^  ap ������ fj! %$$}$j������g j ?J?Tft$% TOfife-.i n /asfp#$fcj b e-  /;.ooraing,ttien^  >filay/tbe fmiindat!6mdf'*th*e;fufore^r*eatneEf8 of  : **'1hj84*b^^^  ^���������0$M ^$$$$$f$ ^^^I^i:' ^^^??f -  Jinen t\p ������ Jti&'deciai on iiiut be iSjin ,#u'ac>< .caseWfu  Viresul fi-pa^Ucmariy^ mortifying 'to qn#'>ijd *1ftyt,  '/ rerid^red;aw  ? ^can'E^BBS; <& ft p g: the^f ^gf^^.p.f ^np^blir^-'  J/3jo:n3^  *,*������ -fTway Hieroocrmg^ucn"w&it:nn;jBfpefIte;  *" - A nd* health- on b 61 h."  Wliatevei^^t^^fe faults of thisi; community ^ lack h^r.tSe!jpra) principle,Inculcated iri  th^|pctri(^r %$W bpBo;.n ajs^ ay w^ete^  *yatf|ifl.:';c&iam^Sib"t one... -l^f J{iliiri^|pirj|  of.matiy.^ouVoUizens-ap.poa^ tojtfo tb'? * M  ���������AMpMi^0^^ood by'&te>lib' x'xS  ���������' ;$>A' fofc^ustffo.-flnd itTafe^   ' 5,i>'  We can only hope that the hapjpiness of our  reader������ mayrftqusl v^their^doserts^ and wish  them all a -Merry ^Christmas.! . '���������r!  '-���������*xxC'yft������ftfi������& i' ���������''���������V'Ai'i'tyr'i  ��������� .    J. -~ j * -������������������ .'V71 .'gv-l., A t - ja^'n, ���������'���������������������������'; ,! i;-j' -'  p i ���������'���������../  jfomfate \k% opening ^^rliameiiti ^r !������  acteriBea by^iihleuiaDJ^  'tWeiVd^slfiaYTirsot^  D^iflion^feb^rtrnent^ba  ,t Ji.ejfl roy^i^'aj^'sgry^^  .t^lfafiyJdoub  Ifeve;;fi^  of the $ gen t;Gen erat in hen don an.d^of tbe  Imin{gra0on^goht|:8itsW^  ders. fojrj the oonstruction-of tSso'.doSl^"  been;:Jnyited|by^<J^rtise^      in-?!  CanadiafraMr^ if!n<  :sfioiil^ev|iceivea^y;.|^  'Insfc'-w6 ch ||n' be^udlpflypecomifce^ijgaj  !for^j������^al������u^  BciieraB wilr,be 'sliomitted' to you to secure  the bviiiding of the dock. ������������������ Riiho;PLTNT!>^;H^  :;;-FA;gUl wiiPi^ tinuance^of pttblic; putroftitget:  1    partnrrshlp |* or th*<*|p\irposo ' of cnrryjtfj on the  business ofxHotel-Keepinfilkfc the "-Old Stnnd, 'known  (br the exisfcipg^apdr tf?Ba|measurer"on^a, ah|W.rJ?" Ttt^isT^rSL  ipnndof slidWoAb^ .THOB..viA.tHAN.  believed wtll;be more satisfactory to the. pnb^ ���������  r- xyyy^yx^-  ^Q'anjlmoree.igp^ a V f.TT<?^2-,  merit of tfie-lSeyirifee,u��������� Provision wiH abo.hejra H.ky fyr^  njade for accurate .and- cxteDeTve^UrvCjs of      c   ..������������������.������������������.'������������������.������������������.  :���������-.,.,.  ~t   ���������,,,,,  tfitt%W������ridfi^h1ht*^^ A MtfAptWiW������l^TBI? W^ttffsTATR  OF  psitt*������n. tne Flrst.;dn.y Of Jimun-ry, 187-3, will ;bo p|nr/M|  'a .Court for cnllcctifin^h'J .all .'p^Hl.^ havtai<.djU)ns  't> $m$^ Wrsais-an^MVoj^^  ,-., ^     ���������f,    ^      ��������� ,5, -^aighlyjavor- want of drainag^nndtUdiking, andni-otheija  ^le^pi^sp^ct^of ouf^fminim yAJtffi.ngh 'yjrongh^a&MO^^^^ A''  S'fiftUhlf tho: J&fetnto? wfll jileusu ,s6K(llhei  dersigneel for pay merit. * .������������������:., *  ,..,/..^'--^-^-------'--':';: ���������'���������- '-'MRg^'^-SMifir;^^  :.-^������*      :    '" ���������-"..���������    'Admlnlstratfii.  CHnton,;-^si^ff|S7fl^:tvV,.^y^ ,,.���������;.'���������;   no30  a*/  ���������it  ������tlMWW  -^ijfj^'^iTfe.T'a'9  Te.^ehiro;^wIlt/.^re!a^  |apd for).agncii l^rfV^pu MW$P ftiJ* "fW?hJjig  ran  ���������d^r't ak'e ri;: I'd - tl*������fiiiftb'd:-;        $���������  ilhiorji^ij^  Sf goWfaitEi^the mittteFi^^asidiffleult td ^t^K^S^!%%^is|M^  Beeupon^M/groimds thb decision has been fli$!^  to render^ thfs method of setillngJnterjiatTonal  .difficulties p^nlar.. x,.   '...:.* J.^; fc-*<������ j  ^i?'ExeelTiBncy's conafratulationB upon the:  success of Responsible;^Governmeat are'wolj  timed, and the���������^rtttmfc^p'Aaks.volumes fors  t lie j, iDJujta ^t houg ^if^l u^s^ s|p d-, i^ol frco n t ro 1 o^  ^pe^ple^^bo^ha^ in a'coM'a^tjijej  : ;State Wfon d a|e^^  :f^'fir^rS^re'sVntat!Ve*i*&  ���������&&$n^PU^ ie,W i n'^ ihtoesi ng^md  ?wjl l*rlgh H ts eif^ tie^n ex 6 gene ralielectioni |  & jcW^notifib'^wlth^  efaWm ���������* S'f "British .C&iu'mbia^'^l"lS>n^ before  tbe line ahalI tiave be^b^oinpletiSl 'tliii con|  ,str ii c ti on ialono^bt .-.ih jfe *C?ai) adif^i^acific ^ ill  igjioviejin *ni ftpyi^ays^ofte^ ^ih^^p$tL&M%4  and "eticfent a^  vince.   I congratuiaW !ypu3on: ��������� tih^td^ ^iuatz  ^eiprognp6ticat!b0i3^bf:tne>Jatt  |i|j] ejrGjp^r^mentrinj the^jrp'^i ^^w^cb wer^]  :indttig%ftf:atvthe:time^^  been verified. ,^'The^aindinietra^n of public  aflair^llig%een?!#M|^^^<^ilfa^6^ to  ^%p.w|sl^Tu'getiqi;al.off{ y^^7AhAil\������yjoH,-  fTHE 4PpT"EIgIJj[p?^BRBi:0mBBi?#XI9ftX(J  a.���������.-> Jotwooi^;J5!^l>ferf0^es snd \Vttf/ W. Dodo: was  dissolve I oii Saturday, NoVi^p, 1872,..&y ;m.utual������0n������  8illk..AH.4eMCduer.h  4tited %Wm:^;Wi..Dodd; to'who lii,:ail.puj|itan(img aie^  countatoja^e'-pj^'dvi-f^r*''''^^^^ ���������-'���������'"  ���������'" " ' 7"' "'. "&".���������& ,', ��������� l.'i'tt oiv.v -iV\.'. ������������������"  ftijp&i sec| ite' fie e I b f; tfi������t R ai l^^j^latt^ irj^ th |'  Terms* ���������Ojg^l^jo^pHviabitipfc^^^  fcbe*Teims)w ties^^  ^OT^���������^a���������^t. ������^ro^^fn^ ne^3-^triers into^tneyProvince has  ^1J?SltatniB'^  (6/(;&e^ge6t28rlh yLqi\il on !i������$ 8fe5?ranoii������c/i i  wufds ^el^oym^y&fid1- ft jr. co.tiBe'qiieri'tl y,  Mjipeo- ;ttfii:top ������!������d i rotejt^a^aai  ^(edyib^jfa^hw^  |js^|i|act^T^^  ^Bdlrieiy^llff.* Not ,30,1872;  m  ^^av':������RP^P;  ?^5������ SF?^Ji r^ST*!^**^ -Wn ?se*f-'J*^* Jo^!^:������'���������'  Who hopes to^oet*a;ra^hftr& or'^tibliCif^Tor.        ���������  ���������;���������,,���������' _���������:;..: <* v-yVy^ .; y\,..���������'-.���������.���������.  ^$h<fe|nde!ftTyUy qiieatio  .^andiW  yiTliftijQovernor'si)remarks ripon^feducatibn  ��������� -ah^nl j*|b^i^rfr%ttl ly ^:b or nW#i^MinC:]^ ^tbe  ������fec| n *pqnlthe frft lireip^tjbjsjcoijn^  y������*incati dnmnd straining rof^  -'ri'o.felte^pb^ulati^^^  ��������� ���������; '':'^6������lsa?'y?ifcf' 1^$$^  tteprjnciplesiofT^esponsiblei insiitiitipna that  %he*;peo^ploffee irain^i^  te^e'rthej^uties tbat;wi 1 Ijd^pjy^' uprdrf^tjioiri  ' -a^J^en^iifa^tjo:]^^  ��������� libe^tyiao'diicerige./ ,r /- >5*:,*���������**v;������-r?^ -'.������ /-^  V^We^ali'anxio^^w^  ..' :^wi^r)lit;fcreX^S������^  "' .'���������'! |it% ^ ta pJ Je t^^e n ue^iJv 111 J ^^^U^: i n cd'^ stsiTvili e.  arftkofglnnd f0r;agrIcHl;turakp^rpbses;to Wet  think that if w be applied to  i hft^eveiopmentol^th&^Unt������ld mineral wealth  ���������ofttbftS'rbtrl n cU" r*^^^^^i^^^^^^^  "Tbe'BillTbr.:tbopnrpos%o1f^malitng juries in  cri mi sal cases, a *proper. p er -diem - al iowarice  will be hailed with.great eatipfaction by vthia  commyriil^i formal though" we|)^ifvef|haif the  law hotSs" tfi at*' to^ftit upon'a j'n ry is a privi ���������  lege, it IB, in criminal caspeat J.east, regarded  by '|he^n%appjpjuror m'pio in.tfe Jighi:.btla  painftifduty.  .  We certainly*.faiivtp seethe igreatMlyan-  tagps to- be derived from adopting tbe'Ballot,  *���������*111 if the coiiective wisdom of s the cou ntr^  think otherwise we miSt^of cdrase,,acquiesce;  irrili^ijrl decision;-1 liy'^' yi ihriVj" y-yxl-y  ^3\haV-Ihe;ProvinceJs onjthe eve of rapid  and energelic strides in^e^aith'^df';develop-'  ment and consequent groorjerity^^ no one  double; and ^eje������&$eaftily|r^c6o his Ex-  cellency'B wisff-roal wisdom and prudence  may preside oyer our -councils, cresnUing" in  the advancement of the Province and the welfare of the peop 1 e., -i: *..  Tho^nnounooman^hich*:.J|rfil^^;fe������Pi������PiB4-  ci^lj^.jdjrectedjto^a^  Itfaj'^tyitiie^pn^  ffii6f!dispfl^.^  Majeety !a jp^se^sjo^ t?!?H*^  .    by, yoif,- as 1 t;bas%ep.received by - rpy-  'mtiffie\jMg^^  h^feiDgj^oJBn goo^j spo\*g ti |toi S^rd������a ^btmsO! t  as. arbitrator-with "tlie:responsible jtaikVjof  settl i ng this dispute j baa in the exercise' o^iis  jtgdgmeat'ideoitie^  o^inteTestS^^^^^  p re oi a Vo Jhe. 'Jlft^ro^. ?: ? jfe Qtipt^th'e^-iriju^^  whi ctf:tb ef uh t ������rd ra d 1. of tie f mT iia t uni of "ioe oafiy ���������  has inflibted nppn t.lu(f rif^jpnco^ and the whole  jpominion. bii t ypu'r Bpil'fiiOyOf.its impprtanpe  Iwlliyfc belifevl^be:r#ery mnch;mittgafed'ny the  feonsiderotion^that' the ifintrliUj^tistm^dVpf the  Idfepnt'e^l^^^  manenttpreserratibi dtifiiendly^ and bar-  mornotis^ feelings'between our -neighbors and  portanco iofo tie- lpss^ iisf mffeh^d jtminished.^4^  J^^stgp������^ii|iai% atatwe^^f^he ���������Revenue  ^vmtfej'indjy^^ri^^  ito?ma]w^i^)a^no,||^^ *  d|r^mor%^|itV^^ .  ;:^Apbiy|?w.Uj,^^4a  16*701^; acqe^  of vbte^by^BbMyn?0le^  of 'your hoiifeKH6u8e.-| ^fiin^Il also bein--c|*;j|  trodnceii fbr/!tne pWrpG^^^payinr3������rl^ain^y^^  )i *>../������%.  mums  n~  Mii^iiiw^v  ���������.. ii^^^^^yv^^^^ >xx- ^  [-''?''       ������-'  : cHm iM^:^'^^ '.<$SP oej"  ^Whe^roVincffi^^  0ne^getic"s>HdeB if n^ .tS^ir)6^|,p .^'ejfr'ipTp^fti) ^ l:  ������jofd't pb^B^qlieivfl^j^o|tt^^^^^]^  by.^.most^a^^  t^elKmbratsiippo^p^  a>dyprosperity ?'Sfjj8^ $.  ani5 :p afriotismjlf |6U ^^^^S^!l^^di  ithaViybtfr bei^6p^e|aM9fl %P' fifS^1^^^ ���������  liiflon^^e:4D^rtR^i|&aite^ r      A  y:oura^e'n^i.9'.nf'^|^ ���������&���������  ;def tho .blessing:pf wmiSftj^fp������4- W1^!*! '  and patriotic counsdls ma.yjj^sj^^,-^:5|i^,f  ������J!ISg$liei^  j >���������.  -&c.  ��������� V^J^r ^j^vitjtifit's an J ^aniily/^eViptfsVs^  :n&2������;  vancement oftthe Bjo^incefkri^wejfare ofethe  ^ti>^fp^jiii|<ipilt^li'w������������>i<'"i|ii|  \ ���������>.'*.<a4   <���������<:}   \n   ,hri v%t,> i v <%xi������L v:i fc*>-l 7 . ���������'���������*v: i' *! il- '  \yy~f v ^i^v/^'^"^^''^^ ^^ "'.fli tl'Siayi. V^'-^.  A MERRY CHRISTMAS.  In wishing our many readers .the usual  ������������inp1im^Sj^^^ffe^^t^n^tic|^fca^ ithose  who by accident or misfortune, have been  u n able, to provide ��������� for, them stives have no t  been jorR(������tten by'tbeir Jhnppier friends, every j  provision having been made for ,tbe comfort  of the Bicfe^so] ^h^ iatlth'is f?itNe'];season  they do not lack some of the good things of  ihU'1 if*.:..���������<*    ���������':������������������ 7 ,;<..:���������������   ***,"���������  W-f,  ; ; ,������'   / v .*   ".'  able' ^eyehue ands?prbp'6Wd^Bxpend        ftir  the 4i6xV'fi8oapy������jar^ wiU ^btfyfilaoed^fbre'  you at an early date/jflnframing the. Estimates every possible .effort fias been; made.to  rjediice'the-coat; of*'tb������ ^administration of vthe  publ io!; busi ness -| 'to X tho^ Id frost; practi cable'  1 [uiit .beyond wh ich reduction oftexpenditnre  coaaefi .to. be j dstiOab'l e t as - ,i t ^necesss ril y *. In:  (Votvea> weakn[^88 an^in^ftciency ipr the man?  . agehnient of thes piibftc" affairs., /'* l \v', ,yu' '];-  j Th e- clauses i n tbe Co ns A tu tion "Act respect^  lag. the indemnity of bombers of your honor-:  able House having been repealed during last  66681011, a bill will'be submitted^ to you,for  itbe- purpose of ��������� prbvidingv da indemnityahm  mileagaail6wance^^yy.v:^ sfc+y.-'K-* %>&t fif^z  ������������������> :rlhay.e mnchipleasureincongratnliUin^  on! We success thaf has attended the wprking  of the Public Schools Act passed'iastessslbo'.  It^has; been founds that;; notwithstanding^! tbe'  lib oral pro visio n f o^ p the, ed u cation; o? ^tbe  yputh of the Province comparatively Ww of  trie i child ren of school age atto nd' tb e? pub lie  sdhoois.,  This is very mucbtoJbeurcgrettedi  and;a measure will..\������e submitted to you Am?:  ilcfg^for its object We mpre getleral attendanpe  of pupifs at public' schti;b,js>'; ',* ;.   :   "(, .L ("  llii accordance' with a resolution :of this  Hjonse, a sit������ baa been selected. aa the most  suitable for,a Pry Dock, at,Esquimau. ^Th������;  n e pessary * be arin gs h a vb been mad e anil 'pj ani  and'sketches of the proposed work prepaVed,  acoomjpanied by the fullest information that  odujd be obtained on the:siibject. .^.Trasings  of these, plans and copies of the specideatio.ns)  Wf^^M^Wi.       :!���������'���������  & ^mt0^^ y  io*tv:&��������� ��������� "r-v.: ������������������ ��������� *vU^***-..%x %;���������?*';>'������'!���������. ?'jv;<3>  I '"'���������' ��������� "-;."'*'.'rt      V?ttl'.talco.plac,e:at the/.:-; ^ w ��������� ���������", ������������������������������������x-y-  Si>VfcS  '.*&& rTueida#Elreninfc B������c?24tiS;^' .***#'  ���������yy.-.y.-^Jy^'u^y- t**J &���������$. y:x---  ������������������' at;: SEVEN ,Q?cl()3kt withoiUr^ilrr/. 7  PIONEER MILLS EXTRA  ! -CUMMING^'GO/%^VEt CfeEEK;;;; ^  'I ^gg, LILLOp^lO'NlO^S-and;BEA1JS  6$wwyy^ ,5-VVrJ. ::'v;u :^Sfw������������:^V-'  ���������VfOTlGE  One  (Jn  pany.  Twenty-third day Of December" 1872. '.'���������      .    /;''��������� "������  ; :.v!;, nry"-t^:'-^7>'B:.^'iSKlNNiBR' Secretary.'^  :,Tlie "best of^i������eBvLiq.TM)r������  ,T H E,,BA;R  ��������������� aa *  STOVEY^^ND^PLANS EXEOUTJJD ���������  ' '' " -'' 0S''re'ag.oriibiorf terms]' ��������� ��������� '������������������������������������: '. ;  :Jsn*iiQd0M loft-it; Mr'  i-'  : ���������' BoHroirfil^'bctpber'ai, 'isT^'".;;;:7:'';'.f: ec26 inr ;:;.)'���������'  r/.;  E., James '<.vrzc&KkM:fiMoim- ���������:.mt:-5.-."  -Towdr of- Attfirnoy, and la flilly authorized .to;  ,>  Collect all-'Debts due to me.   sAU those.1 kno-^irfff/*.  .^emselyes to be in my 4^bV.b"y cither Nntu or Account, will please make ImmeaiatO; payment to inf.-  w&aii J"*'1- ;ii ''x'--yy!' ���������/'"'**'.;*-?r :*' !���������'>'������������������/  .  y.' y ��������������������������� yV v...;}-.- f:; *������ .:J /^MuiNETTA^1-')^'  ,.Bar%eSr?llle, ^^ptober^M^,^, y\*������c2S;ll������?|;,i i  :'<4  ^  s;7  ���������"iv ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���������^^^^^1  mismtiwmtom  ti&jM&ii&XTi&pi&yii  ^yyyyysA$v$������&%M^w^ y^% ��������� ?  7iriv.'-^r,r'   gill ���������gC^Bt-ag ^"IBPIS UPl-Bir'B.  A '.' BBflT-ff  .-Si. K*^  y. ;.  ��������� '.   ..;  I ��������� ���������  here  Barker-"  fSgfor Stewarye;  evening.  tinted tor-tie  >cr! Houge.-r-  are  ��������� Be  v1$���������  VJc^  the fifty^eet, of pacjaofed hose jiwMmported  m^H ^M^MMfi^e item^.Txgm Thjo;  ^H^erlmfenr.frfelr place ^V#be ytenlt*<m the;  corner of -.'(M^ni^nWW^^^'ttW^ m$  from .all:the���������'inrdrmj^%*4;<san^atbor^  *n entire success   Tfte^h'dte IsiBtroiiirlf eulo'  e ihformaU.QO.TO^  ��������� Boess;" Ttre'hdsilrslrongly eu  ^Ized;by the officers and���������tmwnV^rsbf the Fire  Dei^oi^tS^:^ handle.  Ocdnmdisrably��������������������������� stroriRer. andriinr^ry respeejt  y superior to the 6i(rhoae.;Ata^  of 125 lbs. it stood a watflr^fessuYe of 18$  lbs. io the square inch/tlirowiiiif a complete  ' atresia . som^MSd^ tl*'t{biJt^.^sS---,--200>Teei  horizontally  ��������� ��������� Jiosenre also a great iinproVemelitfupon those  ��������� recently in use;     x   x . ��������� 7*1 =',*������:' -������   -���������'���������  y Vftfca Vaftway ^OrttTo^^nchaua'siftn^Cnms:  foyi^corps ^Anot; co������iple|ei^������n|th6*I)oui  ^l������s:amv*a*^  tfieweri down, and the steamer Will have to;  :   wakean^tU* tritf^t^^tgW^ajmen arid:  etdreatfPrWft*^fe^tb::T!a^^The ;Dou;|  ���������g\*fmriy������$ 30^^m^^^^^!  W^tuir������daV*tast?;Mr Siriiih;:and the-gently  men; who ^MnpbiMSiaMaa<i������<i������ "whoa W  was fo"uiid;'tbat.jnrth������fctime  to fiTii^Wsiirvay: proljabfyx twot weekt.-r|  ^iftbaHd'sparty-v  -'a'e^iif'ro^  r������?niUinujK- to-.o|ose-:.the ���������,work. ;i.luo < roomer  ^isSififll^H ii������#Mitifle^o^'N^fews to  metallic tatier corps, who wa^worklng-from  ..otrvbpptisite direction. Marcus Smith and Mr  ''HcLtmtiatt. of the Commissary, aud a party*  <ti'';ii*A\in h^^rs^srV about to'ffo over the  .���������...,,.   .. ,  ^ft?}*/.Wttyy'i~>.��������� ��������������������������� *ii���������*.?;sS*-^-  ,   lading 5(Ksecijuda^fplJwefcby. 5������ lighter  shociks :a!t'ifitlrVals��������� of'i'S'mInutesV'after which  abeavyrumlW^  tinctly as a heavy peal of thunder, Barometer  fell from 80 to 26 d%rees.   Shocks continued  [aj:;frb^yto!^  ^sh^fc^va^  and 'disturb. ��������� - their con teats. - At Wail a Walla  two heavy shocigffl&ip���������f*^������ *tVmntifia^threey  at the Dal 1 es four or: Ave, ��������� A no th er shock it  the 1 otter, pi ace was fel t at 9 a.m. to-4xjgpy \il  $$lQ!yLF$d^  to $105 per cental,   ���������.;.. ���������";.". 'i:yy -xyy !-yy!y  ���������;':;v':;;/;.i.v;TOpM  .'������������������ Paris^D^  ter of Justice, will attend the meeting of the  committee of thirty to-day. > ":  y .i Lou don % Deo.^ 14-%S ar*a&disat tersf atton d-  ed with loss' of ^life5,cbbHnu* to'tes^^rtedv  *T1io' fiie'fCffeoT dhil'def?6t f"the ro^uIar ^1 ino$e-;  tween Hull and Dunkirk, was lostI' wbile ep  route to tbe latter port, and H persons  drownoji^Tjie .8hi pyRojeiriggf .irom *Q#9jWe  | i6rV 1^ grh^rid|������e. ^becailt e -n ti man a%oSpl# au d  was- abandoned; seven persons washed: orer-  board;'and. perinhed^ ,y-..^ ,t7-.^^'^"^i;j?& f  H WHSf^OTC?.s H^Hef(^yy^^J|ii:jt|io 'h'orth-^  eastern departments has swollen tbo streams  to on unusual height.   Seyeral of them have  iojerflo^'^i^^  iloo(i������tl;^mjinf''fac'torfes^fi*aVe been closed aud  ���������.Mr'''Dep^mos.^OS^^sd^  tocs^dlstrioi ^^o^t^xpende^t  8 time.'  Mr IMMi^S^gj^  feJLie ttt*-5t*'ov������F n^ r' foi^k-Vr eiu r n  , huie#j:^^apMdian' ^aoiSc^ Railroad, fc;Qn.  : tii^lwr^ ftbe^u  called -'(in. Friday ;ati(5oW  S(nith.::wii(i;;wdSpiijKI^ organize hia  corps,/   It, isVSlr'iekdy^^dt^ that the  ���������P  *������oiiri  ti% ihrnjij^h which^the: railway^ pro-.  J*Ctftcl$&^  "seiits?uo"ot)?it'i\cTeVof- any'.inomon������ i .)  iSi^rs^mith^gop^  t>f the .nwmbers;in^toVu yesterday?  ^;Si!������i9|et^i^  covered with'--t^oir.%iftt#"''mJnhtl^)*T-li,o past.  frnst,"'--and- th������^^^th^i?'<lWlghtful for out-  aoUtfi df Sbatile;/a^wi'afe^Jthb^t'nowi of  the  and  wWc������i^arrt������^diit -Port vMad i|pfii AO'd:^Monb^y|V  reports^ that he passed within 40 feet of aye.34  aehbptt#kAip^4^milest: soii^ ioj^^he^ Cape.  Hfe;coui d\ not make ef\ % $&e,namo ofctho������y^Sr���������]  Mi^tott^tilaSp^V^fe/R;*  Raleigh, imj&ing 'foi^ a>put- ^ix^^e^s^ Prf  board, of- which was Capt. Hanson and his  fam|^;$}V������||^^ ^  CKm&liyA!.roporVIs ctlrrcnt in town that a  tidal, wave was, feitA.atyQlyrnpia/dur^ng'.pe  ear^hqualcQvoii Saturday;nighi . Gopsiderable;  daniajje was done to;the Bank arid other brick  buildings;; several-;aa(b.oas,;aud prif atej/rfesi*  dences also^suffered. ' '   .  Victoria, Dec. 17���������Senator Carroll arrived  at Toronto on the 29th ult., two weeks from  Victoria.  many  seyeral'. bridges, en tfrol^^fiJBOj^  adjacent country the crops are destroyed, v ^  VParis; Deo. 15 ���������The slUing of the Assembly  v?as. tet|ume(J a,t J>o/cl,o<c^ lasjmi^lit; i?u^ar  Wddrifed4t^poMso :^faf0jt*of;rqooiiH^-tho:  petition for dissolution." The debate was one,  of tbe^ most yi,oVe01; and 'ozpi tinjr jwhich, has  tak entptKbe '\ % i h e 'lAssjftti(b Jy^ arj d^&ft? fi JUiitil  t^jOAcUiek^fiiia' mining, when* by a yoAavot  409 tb^OLtbe;petition ^rasrrejeci^^^j  Rome, Dec. .15-r-Tho^?pommittoe of th������^  Chamber of Deputies whoj^iave under eonsid^j  ^r.|itra^'th^sjCp^  ���������afcionftji yesterday adbpt^'.%.^solUrton sfp--  pressing the Society of Jesuits^including thei  chief estab|f8hineti^  -itis.imporaii^'jrdonyan^  oft^^yfej^^j^janr^  ti n n Jw'asZtefi&xwt������byr th% iji^erat^ifiplaties  wi tb entiiusiastic applause.  London^ Dec. C3-^The wife of Disraeli died  to-day.,: M r Disraeli's heattsyis muchimpaired.-.  lyhp rid bm ^Deei, l'6^!tifo' rmatlo h' ba8: be|n"r^  cei vedJf fiat^8tf-pH rsbn^w h^ ''^Jfl*|$ij1o^4rfb  bave perished by/tSo" sVaVdlrig'ofJ the omi-?  jrrantshjpfFranM^  FjkfibiftCbtoff^theMw^  rescued:~!Jy '���������,!!:~":'";X:-*-y;x; ;. :"-';:  ���������'' '"-- ''���������---���������->-  ��������� ���������:*i.y>xiy -���������". '"������������������- '������������������������������������'-y -"' ��������� xx ^x%j^wy, x:uxy<%TS-  ftJi;aoS'^doftfife  Of-the .Vwewi^mtralty...Court for 1869,^70; ?7^>  and ^2 respectively 5 tilso." the names of ofcr  cers and sums paid iftpacs for eervices feoi-:  :ilrx^)eCosmos7���������To v movft on Thursday for  the nam es an d; acreage: ofy I ndian Rose r ves.  whether suryeyed;^;ibr po������vwJthidatesV-V;\ :\y  ;,^|?J J^f^smoae^O ii. j^j:ftio'^njiit0t^  i0rreturhs 6f .-���������, screa|e held jh each eiectoral'  district bti'lst December;: i872, whether; bM  purchase, pre-ethptioni;lease or reserve, audi  for -wh afegur;pp0^gw|ijethe4 agriouitur al, grafc  ing-,ctiri>b^mihi*i||;'6?c.:'; yy.- ������: .���������";-'������������������     .y'/j:'  ��������� MrjDeposrabs^ next, io mov������  tb a t/a co ram i ttee of ft ve be a p p oiu ted, to be  called the Co aimitteo" tjf Public Accoti nts, t\>  have;ppiver^ to audit all public;accounts. ^|;  Mr;; Dea ven���������0[11 Th u rod ay next to; move for  an amendmenTof QeS^'-SfS^jf *sfcand.mg orders  requiring th at .'tho^su bs tan pe 6 f all ��������� expUu oV  tlbus frotn Ministers to queries of members be  l^j^OJft: i^th^|^ourn^of|^|.ft|S]B|������..;; I'lglii'.f,  a return of pre-eraptlona fur 1*7:2; Also, tof  a return of .tiie^ ^girnfeeirof ipersona 'employed'  by; the': Province; with tbeir pay,' up to Dec!  4872vdist4nguishmg temporary from#permaat  Mr Sinith-4-.To ������* o^eyon Frid^y'no'sJt for rei  Wrns of public works constructed in the-'Prol  vincOfcSiace; AlarchH[|^,, togetbey|-yr itb:j*54st.|^  AisWthkt^wherea^  uMAX-r  0ecr:1^;';  :M rite.  wx*  UU  h \%/yy[ TO^iaw4%������jo  ; % ift'\'tija:T u$&wj������y y  ��������� '������ *"M'v.: '^ ��������������������������� *-.'.'-;  " w7v^,:,V^^vf lit'  ts* 13*1^1 Jc* '-'tea?^ ':-.  ^na^fi.^'.if^  thr^iigiioii't tMe MJOT^ntry^t^Ai"^;on ^'^VtM iKi%is  'Creek ������'Ijriliiau^^ijW^^i ieenVo MyWrao  tbe^orifcbl fit ^diii#ctibu? from,; jfefet������+awvV  ^ou t^^w^^aJf Saturdaj^^  ,oMofc-^^'t|;;''^ "  #z.  MfeCKtitliitBOUSi^  . ^iof;>AUmu'ey^Hjiii'd:.?is MxaWylfi*'*1S6r5fei)iastd������coH?ct'  paj^iit^-njy.^g<ji^#t'^fc''^UlC^-idj^JSOMfo- '  .���������BarfcerviHe} Kbf/%,' 1^72.1'''> -^f?'h'<>>.*i rime' 2rhf  turelo^bpr^  is expe<lieu'L-'"liereRiter to, have 'sucb-worka; ^yyB.^y^xx *V i-X'X^'^y ���������'������,._ ^^S"4;^--'  ������*ij  iXt.  :(���������:��������������� w  pedieh  :doj\i-b;yyeon tracts  ^^Mr ^Difeosmos^^^l^Iday next, to mpyef  that tlie resej'vati^ns of! r/uhlic lauds ahaU^ bej  published itt^bp.^^/B������^^^|;4%ii^:' !ortli'.the'1o-|  caiity, aoreageffor ^aom aud tor what pur-  ^p^^^Mn^en.>;iity ���������'^���������i\\^ii!^X0W'^^'  ^ Mr^ Beaven-tQn^JE^iday,* to move for a re-  .turp^p f (reaf\tv,atipnSjoy; la/nds an d ������pa biitf build-  1 ngftit hro nghou^ tii e: Prov ince^^ Al'sovVto '"'ask  the AttorneyyGeneraU whethertho memJiejr  forrN^ajImi^^  anMftfe',* af what date."" '" /" "*   T. ' - ��������� ;' .v  Mr^mjth^l]^ m������wo;oni Fiiday !ftejct ��������� fiir^an  add ress to tbo; Go verb0 ri pr ay i n g/that he will  rfcpmmeadh^the; DomiuidiK Go vftrnm������^ %o*ftt*  tatlish a^nnl^rni^iarittof 25 ceuts'tb rough out  British Colu mbla'f0rijatltefe|raJ>hie disgda tch^s  Y cbnU^ih^n^mbjre.' iSi^f^^^^Ayyyy^  Mr Buns na'r-^On ::|fo.n'da'yj next/tbi mo ve for  >nfr  rtf!  s������  ii:i j  ���������Jf  i!i  t'wr  iVH  iL&W  ���������** >r.v XEO-TSL AtIVB'>XSS^SBtTr;\:1  Vic toria; Dec. 17 --Iu������tb e H ou so to-day, Mr  Barn?*ton,^a''nioinber; elect for s Oarjb00!! was jinA  troduo^dc������y ���������;! ^^ ^S^^ii?^ ^'^f*^>: ^ ^? f ^^ ^ .^KSl?r  Si^'Ht Wter^^a'h^huyi^ 'tiWff^ljii^ffiaty  oath took the seat formerly occupied by Mr  C..B00th;::--yy;.\' '���������-.   !yXX<y . '-.yj  Hon. Mr McCr^jgb^gji^ei;^tic's of a bill to  iprbyi.dey for Diking,; Ditcliing aud Irrigating  jPiibiiCHLand| pf th������i |Fj^^ij[c^.;;-Qyij^aXs^[  fi rst���������'*-readiti gV:"a n d.-: was p f de red to be read a  ^cob^tLme^tM ^tiiU^^wtps 'l  ^i^Jn^ro 0 MooWf ho 1^; MriMc^elghtJ -the'goyf  ^bOr^^p'e^c'b^was^^  consjtdej;a.tiptiijo^mpr 1*0w$ ���������..���������������������������..������������������.���������. ��������� \ ' y.^l'i ���������'  I H*>u;;Mr'"Wa^kj^;jlaid.otirtb^^taWe. .copies  pf tbe Water Slipply Repor10 f the Chief En  :gineerV ;    ' '���������".."..-'"-   y.l%!yyl-  H Hon.;-]������^^^r������JKbt^o'i������d$fo  :tng .memb^-^-'K^'gpi^^/tHo Gbmmittee on  Private Bills :���������McCreiglitj Beaven, Robspn,  ?wal kern, Booth and Armstrono:. .  :'w  ' ��������� .Mr; Huttfphr^ya^ o^jectedj������,and Jih^^resplu^oi^  ���������W$0PytflMfiA -^. S.&X&*.' t$j ^ >������ K~ ^*&l  ;.| Mr Robson gave notice that on Thursday  next he would introduce aJJill to amend the  Game Laws. .��������� c;  '^Ateo; a good: assortment ��������� of ������^  :j- sT/.??*i)isb .. it^fsi'td'! ������, l^.ill',.^i^ l)i!  - ^"taQnofesi1 cmMfe;^n; ^A"^7,MAI,i;|,t*  xH y^im)^^  fr-\P :h:x ft'il' + c errtf* <<s yv"y:-"r '^.-/���������^'f^yis  ^yiRD(jOIL?;&c.,(fo^  'tMi$MMyM,- m. Vy xxlyzt  i-XwloVw'J  a Committee of > the Wtuiloto prepare a^ peti  tion to ���������' the-Do mi n ion Go vera m ent td co nsider  the expediency, of- aU������r4^^certaia Customs  du ties j i a ord er to* "afford g reater p ro tec tion  to iigrictilturtf; and^a^ iu this Pro  vince.". ���������.   : -,     rW^JlS^^ -?' ��������� ��������� ���������  Mr Beaven���������On l^JJnaa^ext, to move, to  jintrodiice ajbillJp^^i^l rigjits: tip property  |to marr^d^^m^^ijii %ue^y^rAanfhum^  pile addressi tp.theyLie^t,^o^ernor requesting  ithe.apppmtra^Qn t^^  1 SlS^ tu'eHitle of u noccivp iAS ft nd ey w ith' p 6 wef  io;compeLtbeatitendaace;v6Ipecsooi-'aad pro-  cluctlon 4f piftjgers^ndbooks^ ^tv! i������.Hfl%'r ��������� '������������������  I  Mr Humphrey^ move  for a comraifcte^ to report ^u tbe present ays-  tern of road'Bi&kiugandotherpubjic'works.  yvith power 'to call., foripereonsvbo^ks and  papers. T^lsb^to .moyejibr an enquiry into  the Telegraph ar range iu en ts ,of; th is ���������P r,QyioceK  wfth i'jtrle'.T^^b.Jet'b.eJttJBr?rfegu! atfpns.;';ffi?:;' ?X^  : :STfte fibus|5 th e n ^piirned 4iiK ��������� Wedaesdayii  ti&ro.'viWi/i.  L&;*JC  ^-Having pufciia'se'd ibe^ House and'Stock of  \ m;.ti ���������Sfottf-^ir; n$pm^y '&m^ mutelpim  ���������f^ilr .������^- $%yiM 5&s&\p*av -my y% tac.o. !**is*i ���������;��������� -i<  ��������� t -Kn.��������� 4j������'n-t^it' 4,-ajii v<r^' -fk*'f������i������.h������--.A' ^ ������v ���������'?"x^-s  1 j j"i,:>:������fl,:.,.,,;t7?t^ogct^er^wUa^^ &��������� ^ ��������� ^&xo i c  :^;-;.:,!-,"^iiMii������tj'S%'  J^^ Conslgameuts from belCw '-Solicited.'v .'s  MINING fttELLIGENCB;  vuv  y'it  ,Vio^ri^lMe^l^-^eotei^  fiecbna session' of tlie first Parliament of 'this  Province was opened by the Lieut. Governor.  Dr. Trevor, of Nanaimo, and well known  in British Columbia,.met with a serious acci-  dent^atelyg f^%^ jp^if^^^^P^it&  to see the 'steamer arrive, whert owing to the  severe frost he missed his footing and fell a  di^ance,of =20;ieet on;tho[rocks belowT break;  ing his left leg above the knee andsustathing  other injuries of a serious nature.   ,-,THE EARTHQUAKE,: :\xwn <  jglPortlsnd, 0.f Dec. 18���������A shock of oartbvj  quake visited this section on Saturday evening, at 9.80. In this city chandeliers vibrated and pi ocks were stopped. - At tjie Clarcn-  don hotel the guests rushed into the streets.  TJie Bhock waa l������lt afc Aurora, Oregon City,  and towns on the Columbia r>yert This ia,  the first earthquake: in .Oregon ;knbwp to"-<thp  o2desfe settler. A% Wailulu a shook ia reporkd  k '  !l Mr Ro^sop^Qu the^lOthajasfeto mp^e for  re tu rns ot .all fees rede ivm'd riritig We year  187J,audtho expirei part,ofv 1872 by .tbe Re-,  gi^rarB'pf" tVe'SupvM^. Cb^rt,for their, own  ufee-and;benefit.--: v** *nJ\ cxyy<y<*yy>^ .  ;Mr Robson���������To move on Thursday next  for c op ie s of c 0 J" reap ondence.be t ween, th is  Governuaenrand^he Federal Gbvernrrierit relative to the four Apjts which were reserved  for tbefpleiasure:6f the Governor-Generalsl"  jMr Robson���������To moye on Thursday next.for  1 e urhs^of* c'ans'es tried :'dtfrlngr} the" pressnf  year where a Clerk of the Bench or Recorder  isislationedvrr.   *..-,:.'J,9   <>?:&���������'   K,     fc--',:x-  IM^'ItSbsbTi-rTo? raofe; joif Thursday foru  return of Public Works' doBbvdu^  enf^y^eer~bf contract or btherwise'; the cost bf  (each, and. the wages paid to the Superintendent of each.',. ,..���������������,;.*-      T/ x, '������������������ ���������-' ���������'' '��������� i ''-.;' ������������������ '���������  Mr ^qbaon|--0ini Thursday.text to moveifbr  returns of all reservations of public lands,  and for what purpose reserved.  Mr Robson���������-On Monda'y^to raove for a bill  for the more frequent holding of the Court of  Assize. y  .yiit BeaveD^^oto^onThursday"neit for  ab; enquiry Into thef reservation of public  lands throughout^the Pro7ince,'especially the  valley of the Cbiliicotin River���������whether for  Indian purposSs^oy whether Jit -the/ desire of  the Dominion.Government.  y :    yy-Xi''���������i>1^������������������'���������'"'��������� x- ���������',  I: HAVf^ be^n reiueRio dib^s ever air capeotablBp  t ttesj,.wbpcih?tijstil'y,;tb*^n''o^hi'GS^y.o^n^8yBitsNi9  jto|again make pu bl 19 ibe lact that  i;*jft^  mhU PREVENT BALDNESS,  A KBSTORE HAtK THAT IS BECOMINGTHIM  'M        OR FALLING QflVftUd effsctttaUyt.1'--.*||:  ^ i w an -0Ws\sc69P t&f^Si^DBXiiit.'%%  ���������:\ V: "     "1    JACK ttF CLUBS CRKfK.  'j Thb^DiscoVery ^."^^ed^p^Zoss. last  week. 1: The. -f/Ewo? Sis(e.ra-'* wash ed m p 87i* o������^  1 ast 'tweek,! and bad^ 421oz.' this we^lc 11 p! to;  i Taursd ayy nigh t, wh6p - they: were^compeiled;  vto stop ;.pnr;acpou^V.qf scarcity: of iwater. ..���������;��������������������������� 'j������ This is not a were a������scrtlop..ori. .my pajrtjft^liaya *t  ..:..;..'.' ,;,:V ..,,,. R^^vET'X}RBiEa7''--;>: '^-"     ' ���������'Vr1; ,u '^^^^I^^SlM^ tfestlmon^afob^ft^inrio^I  ; The Foster;co. havtfstarted.to^drlftfor the  channel, and ar^ getting a little,gold, but,the  gi"b iVrid is fiil 1 of 1 argfe b bu We re and we'CuTho  Miun'e'h&ha'eeotin'uVrunuihg their' drains iT be  Curamiogs co-. hayke raised ,up oyer falls,; and  the cl aim; is imprby ing' in appearan co. T he  rock is uot so bardj and in digging a 'post* hglef-  a pWspfecTWil';.^as>bjiaTne^..'"The Perse-  ��������� jerance have very, gbod'^ground ��������� to work, but  are much troubled with bouldera/y rx~!!''Vl-  -^ \ ' y; ''', y 'ribttTK.iMO citKfiK. 1"}^, .-{y . 11  The Spruce co. obtalned a gobd prbspecfc at  the beginning of the.week, and on Thursday  cleaned up!, 30/. 62. The Victoria have* their  pump in position on the double stroke and  commenced ! pumping yesterday., The Vau-  9 oil ver .'[were Xon m pefted ; to te m porarily s us-  pend:bperati6U8.ubdergrdund,f--- as the creek  spreading from the effects' of the- cold they  had not enough wti-ter/to ntn the wheel-S The.  Gladstone struck more, water the Vend .of ���������last-  week and' were compelled to return to'the  first drive, which is-now 'comparatively, dry.  The water ja abating. The.Elst^n of England  ,are doing well."' .;' ��������� * l_. '      v2"  tho saccess of my remedy.  ���������I Uo.no^.ofAours<5 pVu^nd that,lean make th I hair * ���������  grow- on'UeadsAybldliiUitvo bceU baldnfbr1 ^ca'rs * bnt' ���������:  I 'will guarantee to stop the hair from f������lliug off, to  Incrpaso i L'������/&rowtbi,att.dQlI"eotu ally remove sevrt ������r i j  DmimsryiJx^ y %"? vi *x> ��������� wyn. no$myr"'  !V i-     'f   . Barkerville,tf.9. ^4.  x';yy:yH������������������A'pikniit^viy'' 1 * ���������     ["''.B" .  "ThipIs toce.rtiry;that during,Uvst spring:,fay ftsi, fi  was "rapidly faljjug oijt ahu-foys-tica'd'was fast b<iebin?'-:''-'  lng;oalflJ when I applied to Mr W,. D MOSES, Bsrbsr  BiarkcrviUc, who la a few weeks restored my'hairi ?r;f %*  its former be aitliy state \>. kx PAVrDGlBBOKS'w  ; Bftfkorvilltt the*. 20, IBSC* n������fl  >i,������  iii  ^HEBAmC'OFiBRltXSH NORTH' AMElfc  ��������� X > IC A. at VICTO UI A w ill u 11U1 fu r ibor nuijea., pajr,   ...  on money specially lodged'Interest at tlie mto of ;" 7^-1 j  .j:: '       Four per. ceut. per annum ,j-  qn 'dejiositg subject to'. Firte'en Pays notlcti of .Wltftft" 4 iJ  '..' Five per ceai peranuuttt;:; j'j   y* v"  on Deposits subject^to. Thirty fosiyg notice of -witaV-"'  drawal,  i , ...r, ,. , HENRY A. TCZO,  .'\-y : \ '.'Hauager.Victoria Branch.    ,  ���������  October 18, 1873, ''   '  '   tic&^ss'J Vi'  * O y  >*!���������>   VI*,  <*. :i|..i  '������;:  ,1*.  *;yi.-  ������;  ���������^  i y  il  i. !������������������.>'.  &������������������!;������������������  M  m  fit  lil������-:  ted  ly  1 Wy-&  ���������te  ti  :p|  Mm  ���������������������������^w.,yM  .������������������i:&'!&,a  ^f=y  X'l m  Iff  7;tW  ���������w.y.r  &?!:*  r  ry  *f.f'|;  ���������il.-'.': ���������������������������',���������'���������  yr-y  ���������:{���������     - ...  $yy ���������  '!;- -i  J- :;'i,  ?; 7*  rl'  %xy  ~?  THE SAN JUAN QUESTION.  The Sari Juan question, ai It Is ealled-~1.e.,  t&o question as to ih������ boundary botsreoa Van-  oonvor Island and (the American ..territory  ooufca of the 49th parallel���������has boon.decided  agafost txs by the Emperor of Gwrnsny. the  arbitrator ^appointed by tho Treaty of Wash-  ington.   The -.boundary fe to run along the  Channel between Tnacourtir Island and the  Island of jSan Juan ������������������.���������(the Ears. Channel),  which at one point .Is so narrow that the com*  munlcatlen between Victoria and the coa*  tinentalpariof British Columbia might bo  almost cat off la time of war by an American  fort oreetod anyttie Island of San Jnan.-r  though wears far from denying that there  was a strong American case, it seems Inoredl-  h\e tbat what seems to ua the still stronger  /British .case should be regarded as not even  suggesting a.doubt.; bat of: course we bave  -nothing to do but to accept loyally, the soae-  Wbat. unpleasant and unexpected decision.���������  JVaclfcellyftmean* that if the United States  f choose to fortify Sao Juan we must always  "keep anironclad onthe: Vancouver station.  .   In.connection with this decision, there oc-  surged, the- most extraordinary ^outbreak of  inaliw on the part ot. theiWe'w York Herald  ^arid World, which appeared with statements  to the (following effest:   That " the British  Government. wasr carrying/ on .--a ^iplomatie  intrigue with the object of modifying the  judgment of the Emperor of, Germany-ai tho  flan Juan arbitrator b> falsifying the Treaty,  and sayingnthat tho. Emperor may decide  uponfany-oneof the three;charine.l8,;and by  -pointing out the disgrace of 1be Geneva ar-  titration;?  The Herald-epnciuded,"When  ywe find out thai a. foreign nation's presence  -on our soil Is, ;an. offence to .Republicanism,  sod that every occasion.Is sought to embroil  us iri;contr^ ih������  Irrepressible conflict at docs at.the risk of a  war.^J Ittienot necessary to say that such an  intrigue aa the Herald imputed,'io ui could  not have taken place," the Treaty having, unfortunately fer ijs,, expressly excluded the  offer of any-compromise from tho discretion  of the arbitrator, as was perfectly well known  and universally Admitted on this side of the  Atlantis, ������p4 that there was absolutely, no  room for intrigue, ovenif British diplomatists  were not quite above intrigue. .And. this  must have been perfectly well known to the  New York Herald,-whose motive in uttering  its false charge and' insolent threat on the  very ere of a triumph for the .American diplomacy It is not'easy-io discover,���������unless it  *r������re tbo fear lest; ther American, Bnccess  Should really effect a reo^  land,;an^^^  jis a$ad falih] that^wp^nld destroy its concili-  ajery ��������� effect ��������� One hardly ventures to imput������  so diabojicstj������.motive as, .thatq foi*rr|b������r falsef:  Tiood, .but then who can suggest a leas diabok  ���������iba^rtetiy^I^^  MISCELLANEOUS.  Van Volkenbiirgii & Co,  HOTSLS, RESTAUEANTS, Ac.  f 1 ���������*  BARKEaVILLE,   RJCHPIKLO  -A������&-  ABUPFLI0FTH8  Taiilaacour, La very & Co*';  [BTJ00fflS80B8 TO'% OUNIOJ������������������,  Beg to Inform tbolr Msaes and tbe pab lltlbat tb  bare taken tbo well known premiss* In Barker?i  so long favorably patronised whUe la the oeeupatton  of Ut $?. Oanlo,  ALWAVSOHBAm  BRASS FOUJSTDK������i  THOMAS FIJETOHER: wishes tov inform the  people of Carl too tbat ho Is prepared to  CASf   ALL   KINDS OF BftASS  ���������<���������}��������� At the shortest noiice.  $&* BOXES kept on hand or'������ass to order  5: The Sloro Is :also snppl led wi tb a general assortment  of Goods, which bo. Intends to sell at a smalt profit.  Fletcher's Heating Apparatus with-Hot Air  , ... ��������� ....:...' '*������������������ " . ^  '���������Vi *"' *:"'' * ''.*.'.��������� "������������������->      *.'������������������ ���������''���������������������������    ���������'.    f:.:   '   ' ���������  Saves tho expense of Stoves, Fuel and labor,  ~f;  and lessens, tho danger of flro.VIt is s������ well adapted  foPShaftl-houses aa .ordinary bnildlngs,"ls cheap, anp  Is warranted to giro entire satisfaction*....  t   Last Chance. ���������Ligbtnin^ Crosfe.i *     -;- *  ���������- "Oolebrated  WORCESTiERSHIRE   SAUCE  > .pwlarefbyConnolssenrftobs  Omit >: GOOD BATJCB;;  '  ,. Caution against ^raud.-rTbosncoessof this  most delicious and ��������� unrivalled Condiment .bayini  caused cer-taln dealers to apply ibe name of "Worce's.  tershlre Sauce" to.tbeir own Inferior compounds, ths  pablio.la hereby informed tbaitat only way to pro*  cure tbo. genuine, is to;  -x-j >\ ������������������.������������������  AgK FOE L^.-'lsy.Pia^^/UTKS  arid to see that tbeir namesare upon tho wsattsb  lABBiis.sroppsRVflndBOTni.''  Somoof.tbeforeignimarkets bavins" been supplied '  witb a spurious WorcosfcershlreSaiice^upon tbe wrap,  per and labels of which the names of Lea and Perrinff  bave been forged, L, and P. give notice that, they,  bave furnished 'their correspondents with' power ������i'  attorney to take I aslant proceedings against luifv-  FACTuasRsaad .vH������J>oaflofsuch, or any otbo:lmlta������  tiops by whlohtbeirrigh Imay belnfriaged.  Askfor LEA ������ FERRIHS* Banco a&u'eeo.  Nam������ on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, aid;  Stopper.  w!l! be raannraotnred and soidjby^elesals tad Be.  taUiftptai purity, and  Tlie best Iiiquors!& Cigars  eonsta&tly kept on haai  The Lodging D^ftttmeiit  will be always careniily |attende������(l. to..and the best  Beds snd aeeorassodatioa proylded for tbeir. customers. ;'.'"/ "'*aW  EESTAURANT.  TEtB.OLD AWP WELI^ENOWN aSTABLISBHStfS  , la always supplied with .tbe. belt of everytbln������  tbat can bo procured In Cariboo.  Board, ��������� -. $12 per Week.  ���������>.t  Jfbe Celebrate a  FRESH   GROUND    COFFEE,  A superior artlole to any which can be bad from be^  low, Boaat������d and Ground on the .premises from the  best.selected .berries, and warranted free from adul  erattoft/v"      '"���������"'���������   ���������:-'" "^'���������������������������V,:,i--;i.v  i.joii . -,.. ym\ yfi^.  'X:  BOTOAHNOUKCB.^  no the spacious premises formerly known ai tee  Bl. Qeorgo Saloon, where they will be nt alt times  prepared to farnlsb     ���������  and forexporlbytheProorlefcr^Wo^  eester;CrosBeaitd BlackWel}fLohd6a,&c^&je,;  byerooersandOllmen anlversnll^ r  S HEREBY GIYEN: THATtAN A'PPUCATIO* WIW  be xnado at tbe next Session of !the ^Parliament of  British Columbia for an1 Act to be called The Williams  Creek Firo Brigade Protection *Actt for the purpose of  indeirinifying Members of said,, Flro, .Company and I  Vohmteers' whom ;tho Officers of said Company may  call upon> to assist them in the extinction of* flref or  In the removal ot any erection; edifice* orbiiiMing1  which It.-may reasonably bo. deemed expedient.to, remove/; due. regard being bad totho safety of the adjacent property :   Proylded always, that, in the destruction or romova! cf- property aforesaid the Immv*  nities hereinbefore given-shall not extend ���������to'iany-per^-  soni who shall act in such removal contrary or without  theioVder of the Captain, Istdr 2d Lieutenant, or such  other Officer ad may bo in command.   ' On behalf of tho Williams Crefrk- Flrc'Brigado,  JOSEPH DENNY,-Captain.. ���������  GEORGE BVRNES;;Ut Ufitlt,  -. C. TAILLANCOUB, 2d Lieut.  BarfcerviUe, Sfoy, 15,18T2. noie������w  UQUORanndOl0ARS.  The'FLORENCE Uthe boot'SMnj;  Machine for Family use, because* tt  oo seldom gets ������ut ofordsr. If the'rr  bono not working well \%%  california,  oregon;  washington.territory  NEVADA  ioaho;  ALASKA,  BRITISH COLUMBIA,-  MEXICO,  japan, ;     :<:;  Or CHINA, If Informed of It, J will  *^%X It without tny oxponso to tho  Own������f������ .  jSAHf  HOmBWLBIHIt  Seholfor Cireglare  tHowbrk.   Active Agenta wanted lo  every place, y .,  BAMARD'S EXlPlRESS  For Okanagan,  Under temp^rsry orranffemeni for eoavey-  an ce of the &i ails from  Cache Creek to Okanagan.  The landereigried has placed a line of Passeor  ger Stages on the  Runpinqyin close conoeetion with ihe"Sieges���������'  from Yale to Barkerville.;;      :    ,;  , PerBoiie visiting the Okaaaffan Piafcrict.will  find this by far the most cotivenient mode of  travel. ��������� ���������   .:���������". * '������������������-fy  xp&*- Stages leave Cache Crook,oo; Wednee-  day mornings at 1.0 o'clock, and Vijl'.rotiirri^  the.following woolt In time, to coanoci witli  the Stages going North and South'.  fl  VII Ibe transacted over tbo  carried.    Parcels detiveta  executed;  Cdllections mado.  au24 2m F. J. -BARNAED * CO  RE prepared ������o furnish Xuiaber sit  /. WUllani.Creok, or deliver It to order  [Having ft  also furnish  ;;/d , -^-I"* ������������������������ ;������������������-���������������


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