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 7:7 3  *M  W'blM&y  <* * i^m *>-<*< *^&j''? y:y yi m r*x  yiyLythxyy-A ffx?,/>��������������������������� ���������.������ i;. ?--;*7i; ;*7- v!;ys'i  For <wi������ [tqwre \ one .racli^m Sacrt foi"J* 5 *���������; $3'  >���������,"."'���������'*/"i^?^ *%y���������-?>,.��������� '^*'^oyfiionth; -��������� ���������������������������������������������-* 0'  ,tf-FpVMro.iitt������es^flrs'tin'Re-rtlon,���������..' ������������������'..;; '. ���������,��������� V'���������'��������� ��������� \-.^  '��������� yhM *''***,<" *���������*       pn ������ month-,,-, ?& y&,V .��������� *V ��������� ��������� -^  yV'"rJ-- yyyyl'y^y^%*: j yy yy- /;������������������ ��������� i ������������������  AEonta^orr.tiro^Cairib oo Sen-feme!,1.*:  Van Winkle, '������������������     %  -^uoih^rfoirthv-y^  'yftojla^roek^ >.^-Y$-  tClJutonj-' -,:-".c..,.;7  ;j^Talb/y-;/> ///'���������/->' <  -; Now, /W^s't in I ha tor,  ���������������������������Vietf)Via,':^4vy;''^  f.:?. Fisher,'.    ,,  -/.Btian'&Coi,*'.-. , ���������./,  x';X y'A X*. Mclnrie8^  ��������� Vv,*a "Barnard's Ex >ress  H Vi* "BarnardTsrKxpress  */.. ^B&rnarrt'ii'-Expreps  ���������^ ,7 IdO ';.,' y$f    :;7  ������"y-/;,r^6bn,.Murray 7 :  ,r;: .>.y;/ >fr{WeVt^iii*-  ���������.'.' - > :' '8ari..FrftBniSco  \. il ���������"'���������*- i yy Sai^Fninjciaco  ;CoraM,:;I^  TiiaMtopOQ SENTlNiEO  Jlafft s ! 0} tbu] ar s. Boat e f.s a n d proer^mmek foy*  ^ vi> '^ Biii Is an^SCWetflS lea tySn'tej^tafn men ts f::!, "  y '^f^Executedtolth nflatnewariidlspatcjai^^'  ,.^il'.aw.'W������M������������W������W������^������r������l������������Mrt'������iwrt**WiW  *****  ?y7?  'Phejre ,,Jare/(|wo^r,wa#; .In, .^bicb^ tbe,.,fmiise  '^igh^a 'qbiisir iieS^;'; ,^a^l4>^MMV4bpll ;vtt?  the truthfulneea of thW clause (ilaughter)^ 11fl������.  congratulate ourselves -that it fsJsof and ^er6^  'after11 Wil l^ mHiki;^^^oj^ntff ii Uprpyje. til  (ljsugb^r) ir*bi\ if we are'expectedtto"VoncJi-^  foritbe/UuthfulDesa of; lt^h������n be (JMp D^k^  was;in tbe wrbpgS6i}wbeo/h^  bear)������^1(ir^Ti^1^nia^"J]^ did} not  Jtipoe &at it fe ^ue. j; *2r Diict;/ prpceede^t tot  tyifi&oMtf&r ��������� ��������� -. 5* ���������. ^' u*r V'^-1 '������������������������������������:- ���������'���������'  Mr^uck^l^n^ outlif I  w������������4iftfe wrong bplc;   We'ifcn'ii voueliiJfo^  lirt^G^yerlQ^fent fi^raisTesr' ��������� j1)W^  ^^'MryRofesoh lUid>^eyMiriistry.must; regret'  ba7i^placM^tB7tnte������eB4 in ihe^batdaTof the  gentieraan w.bbi'iiacl,/'jn8t,-Bat down.   He jhacj  ne?CT"listened[(Jo iBupblanInsTpiuce of ipecfil  pleading aa^flta^ |o^b^ Jqr^Ver of the replylA  Ev������i^m������ wbokijows anything^abe^ut Rfapogi-  HofeervWoia?4:nbtscarry oui;thepttDciple8*oif' bofproi'jtbe^Hpk&e^ wripf��������� -Spte t^riio^rlis'sl&w^ftrWar^S^  RespoDHiblev^vefnmerit th^batjebe  aerB^btifc imyiid teme nG$$g-..to;Warrant:iwbetheir b^wna^run^  4bi8 dlrecrt yot������ of WiT^  !J7Mr feu4k emd tba^jln m B .^ M  4id-not feel that heiii&oompron^^  tion ae an ibm9nifeSt^0mh'er,������f the H^ise;^ ^ti^eAipiyn^^ \0-y^K a* SubtoAfi*i ^ '- f' x    V?-U-;'W ^^^|t|Sffvfe "iQ:"  we prat at!*p,m. m 1; the mepmvdty  eXc'e|^S3i������lfl(li^  i^a^ra^fe^^SlIp^ ;.  ; A^h^fpfCoaij^-}Sh^n^  \Robgonir6oiaraij-f lit >\������$ Im&\-$'i}&1 x>:y . .,-  EodoXHunier,^  ad^nta^^bady;b^nltaken  y^'M ry^r nwR^^/'^ai^^  MiniBtr^,and; found,.that they did^no t; rep^eieent  the./- co,uq try y Kla- ;Ms' ��������� iriemar K'fc'W :^������oi j !d; it|yj  to. be^eiaj It^ientl'aaf'^s^lilo  ae/^anS-ff aiUtlwi jb -jthje - d Hi to rinSaai r|ufFdi i neffi-;  \ olmcyApf Jibe! vl&partme6felHe aHud^etf^o  the treatment5of the;JLn^ ?H6lW6okw''Du'c  Aaylnm .was an-;- ill-conatracted aBair. y Be ���������^xXr-^::tf^^  l^������l$u������p xfm ^fech /^^.b'iffinge^Mii^^lf  yrri&\ re^ecfijg^d^ M .^^rep 1 y ^nd^|$ HousS  wufliri/ap^^^lpjfiWTO  tioB^^ul^^i^iii ttft^ol^r^n  J^������8 ;;t:a: ^^rjjy|iftf^ajm^ Hei.  .ifs.i.;.;\r:-v^ iy n-Sx*^-^i'.i^:v'^-.v7^'/?# knew to be'lncorrectt^'He^bad^consnltedjbw:  ^ftte apbrtfollop  that cost,mare.thaQsixlncftpl^njc womdhave        ��������� - \-.;x.z i y^'^vs^?,'-:^B���������"^���������v.^BS&^-A  cos';* l"; T-\ ���������IV 6nagtewlr':w8^w^  lHe;:������biiB9t  B.-������y-y v.- ..;-v ,-.--^f-.:..������������������������ .:ti..���������-.!--.m,.- :���������������,-,j. >*>,������.-..,-. .aiiS;tKatHli������;66venamej^  .mihe:pr^n^ta  "' -/v"'"!' ^':---^y^ys~^yyxxy~-X :-. /��������� ;. -._.., ,,,yj ^Djmoijg^S :^eyf;wlth^tra/5d1s8ehftng^  approyed lot iMfa ;e cfarse. fliBa t ,fe\s,dutoswaa-nait  w������i  ;, Jc3?Amtpn>BfekCTipj^-J>e4 ^f-^L1,_,_.......  !y?,p0ll bore the't<rote: 8ioQA:^Sa.uUi30^^biad-1j  rwick. 2"i WK*U7,"{1/ ;ItWill.be/tfereetefpujr-  ^dtyrbefore^f nil TetutQB' caa,lie .^ien3 fe fa  ,still snowing; th^tg Is ^oytl8 inche^.y-"Bhls.  :.y H66^*; ':.../ x      ': r    <<y������A- r^s.'Af'r ������jf^'j V  the Schoor/^^anrl' tb^pufcH������^oaoorat NeW  .Westminster^ !.was.a:Mittre.;becauae there  him.   The prize Eaaay was next deuouaeed  utod; ylle (Mr A^-iavduaeWirecei^d^a; qjip^  istryf M^ it o������t.   TjiS Miri&y hwM ^^^^''SliSSSWlfiS^M  '������rx$*  Ay  cpnflnuBjd ip fiia^ ^obatitiRenls. ��������� *^H^/was !\6 jac^t,  hlmBelfiBjth^g^^raljtoePea.t  whetb^tbere should 1504^8, * ^hafjgje if ^inT  ^h'ad'^o^M'et'the/wislie^^'o tbe?countryrVj; fy^  X H������fli> Mr ^al^^gon|r^i^^4hai^������ cbtP  bl nattoa ��������� exls tetf^  8eiu'|;.'bearSi-.;^>T^^^er^  oountry^was ^ favpr^f a ;cfcange:^Sr had  :������#air^'Bavd ^e^pmcefi^^-lif tha haaM of wen  JBt^y^He i^d/puti^  oonntrv, wah 1������ favor*af*������risbaniir������:^Hr h&A reeentLv. arrive<L.!ri Nafc������.odLCit.T &searon ''tt&j?$T'���������**"*'iA^fiT^?*^^^5WS.^SS,  iof  sc-.-^steiBii-  fewo^ea^replie4t,tbBj!^  who knew nb.thJngyo|>put Responsible Gjov- GpVeromeat^ ^ext^cprjj������|> |be<mer^ber -for������  ernmeiit*;2PB^ taeniSef tfioVC>iribpot Mr.Bajrn- NanSi^* wb^07^a!ml' r# "peprSBentJ pubUo  '.";;Tbe^ijeak^l took thetcbair at3o'clock;���������  i yAfterTvMoua ^etttuynSj %cl^hlSnbeefi |^ad.  :+mk$$d'yn$^yi. yyyiy>\ xyi'*?, SK^Ttx \. ������������������  !; Mr' jRc&son moved the, adoptloa+of;-ittte 4ibt  * oU'ubVX CaMeaj"'l -1?|e adoptioni ,dtnh������ Besopd  ..^M^^asjiisp ^^^yyyyy^r'^{^y. \ *..  - /Mr 'i&mphWp ^6fn jo ara<fed tbe 3d claufie.  He know thai|3> ecmstitnWita. were not Bate  c)fled^|tbt^tf.B^  :He,baibeea tareful/io aficertaln"^e;:pifcjip^  gentlment.arfd be was satisfied tb^hepeople  wereiiol aattefied .with -the admlaisisfttfofiijpf-  ���������ipubiLcia^aira^i He-.w^tildi therjafore^move tbe  ifollowing::  *��������� And that while ������otertaiaingtpe  ^Hest conftderroerin^hat forraief adinini  BtOQ| bad boasteditbat- be bad lately passed  thj6ughitbe,he^  fdttEiS*,tb'e^pe6pie^Pppoeed; fir;tia^in^,the M5n  is try put out^^W^lnigbt pass through Ihe  Li^ooet district in o"n������ of Barnard's comfprt-  jffifc ^cda^h^-^si'st IS^&^pj^-p^-Snj^ .id^nBli or  :ptf^(^lcoadit^Hllift^  opinion. He might ^bave stopped at one- 6t  ^p^(ytbe;i^iay-sid$ ^pusea^n ^h������i)pjpad J io]  takejft eye-opeaer������ ana might meet with seine  who arejoppofipd tpthpi^ member.; but who  bad. thefe������8tbright to kmw^the/feeling of |h������  k d^trlctj^Wgetitlemafllvh  :m&  onlnlpDHn^-fnewsj^a^w?; fi^ajB |i������ jj&b lot'  fer������a-:a^prtfbno iS  fused It;;yTo^^rrowvliwilL  hsatciTontr ^maBeati8vWilt ^ *  wtmf&i  ��������� i-J,*!-  ;1-  reaignjhgirs (hear^hear).  ���������fc'Mv Eofisoa-^I e^ldittail ^joffef^ag^4^  itfih^ar|inet#^;ttfe  folio would be created for me. |^*  Hofe.>ll#Wa^^S^tff* jCakM^meiit baa  no pajier.; It hadi one- uciilrit suited thfeir  yrffTWyh.  4m  ftrpfljjb fee t^rCoj^e'dlBtrwf^ the mem-,  b^lfor/Jl^UoGfll^ a* "h^QhjBf^'giada;.:.^;^^*-V'^v 5r.^*?r^3  fayorite witb ihe present Mid������ete:y( fl&'hfijPBti \llr^nster mdvi'd-tbaVtt^p^eQt- systin  4Se^id-rightito;^ %f>id������$ ^oVkW&rfasa^BfttiSiry. All repajre  sure a ppwffinjstr^^uW.dq*^ in fufesre should be doaelbpd'dbtf^St^eJri-  He ���������odticroaelC by %skfeigif$?& wa������>rlg5i itp, Jtan^e^cifeea^haresucb^v^wk^^^u^m  s^tafl^ by a MlniMty^at had s^wn its utj������r ^  ;t}on, kpPSTu a^;R,W^nBibJe (Gr,o^w takearTfoni^1^faffinsiiu^orw^^ of the  ''beHpvo tjjat Xh& Admifiietration of piibiio'Af-' e'pon&ibftf Soverbment; br to even ongii^t������ higher wages paid ^y the Government.  rfairs:-bA$ noit)eeaf8^tisfack6ty to 4he. pao^e :^1ro88������tak)r4be.������&v^cemeat<rfthlpwo^Jn--    -Air Holbrook rbs'S to oppose the motion, jit  -Mr-Bttnater 4ft^.������f������9Ht-^'-wrtoV'f6eHsgi ���������.s: MrcSmith eapportefitheadmlnistoion/ind contrae\;^ jit  -of keen regre^sjjijt^jjs^ty.to aecond ������the said that last session ftbe opinion of tile nia- was different with new roads, where .settlers  Namendme$t. He di^so because be^peTf.thk* JjorUy;<of inenaberi was that the .GjwerjQjoieiat In doing the wor.Larejanewerable, as it weije,  PliW?9^nftW?Plz^*8^^?^!?!^.K^^ '^^^^Pit- *$0 %&}$'.tte^vTi^^!������pp4 ^^^cpiildlnjot  fy\l$fvLhy ^\':-���������x:r-^yx^yx- y< .i -'! 1 86e to poiptt. &^d eotjsequepUj gave the Gop;  ernmest a;fair������app^rt ^though webadript]  tlie.\.in^e.t;i,ftnja'.-,bec^der,  ;. ^aft-feeenjkery; saref^ to.aieefjalri publle^soLj  timent befoie going .against the Ministry. '|n  ; - consequence of1^^ %b^t rthey ba|L beaM 'qpl trie  1 ^streets they would vote against the' ^pyern-  ment,-but they had not gone beforethekacen^  :Btituacts;;:; yv'yi.yiiCYL        \\  * ' ^jr flumpbre>a���������I ^m^ire/^^^C^ell  ^ilibatf conanltej my cons$ituenr    " "^  ��������� ,   thetetn5B88iot5;todiBtarb, ^buA" rather'io."see  decidedly against this Ministry, j   feat the first iession ������i Hes peasible Go ver n-  TO-3wnaion\^badi!^tiSi\ j^ntt 'W0. in; British .Gotembla should pti^ over  Ihrongh lihe^aart qf; the,;^  JrifcVW,W.found'a^ w^o'-aia Uhla Province; although few in number, wero  ^iot ��������� yigtes .wUh ��������� his- pbliMbkree^a^ ^teerp oijpfiX&rotinidlligentty governls^ themselves,  be ascerta&eja 'the: opMoi W He^teefore called .���������\vpo'n^fi6u*< members io  a HiDltftry cpmpo80d;������f ,GladstQneflt-Macti6brJ;^  aids, oruartierstJyet #e bad one1 composed of: .lIouBe"^^ ibis import^  honest men to ste.exjhe bark of State.through Sntentlon-Ml- tbe-iMinistry to bringiorward ?a  [tbp^X^}?.%U������a/p(^  wblcn side" of*the House originated a good  measure; hS; ^pu|d fal^ays support it. It w^s  not the policy ofindependeni members duripg  to their neigh bPrs. . . t  MrrHftimpbreys said tba^ifcjn^ gnfierstood  e object thef movfei4 had tu view ������1t was to:  the obj������  I toHlibeen requested ljy;so^  rtp.^in,make^uhliG/th.eia9t tl\rix' fyw-^yyiW ."  n* "BESTORE %A^B TH^f :IS'ilBCOtttNQltiiW  ^'?r<vtriiOB F^Ii^S-tOKffvtaU.d^ffeWUally: vi?(v j-   ���������  OUEE,SC.URF OK DANBKtFr;.; ^  *������������������; f i ���������'��������� j ; ������������������ t *'������; ���������?*) ���������.! -.*;- >f * S ��������� *j >i >!i ,?*���������.; ������> ^v>. . < y   ���������  ^i Th la I a notia ^cre .assertion, on vtiiy'.jpattjaajUbftT^  in,m^ iiossessi,on nam.orbus test!monialpoortllying to  *tuo success of my.Tb'meHJt, ������'������������������*' t<-*���������'>', y i^y'i^.^ *l ���������  i-Vl dofDohof oourgopr4tpdthat I,ca.n matt^t\ie hair  grow on heads wbtbu have been, bald for .yeaw; out  V will guftrantoe' to s'tojv tiro ��������� li ai r t pohV-tallhig WfH tu  lncjre������8������jlW growth.������������������andoffMtuaUywmoyo-tfcjirf or  Widrutr.'  ��������� r ���������     "w. d: mosbs^  *.# "BarkerVlHfVB;C.  . ������������������    ��������� ..    .. .V* ���������������������������������������������'���������.'���������' ' ��������� ��������� ��������� i-  tngiP^.^whcnl^pnilo^to^Myv-iimuo^  .Barbrtille Obo. 29.1800*  n������28 t**  .y.-i't.  bill to ������meet this case. He-bad no assurance  that thejr intended to do so, for he bad no cop-  fidencbJ either id \their, professiona -or their  ability to fulfill tbeir promises. .V/ ,./. ]',  .^o&'Mr^berisoh-^rS^e 4oMa questJon Pf  order. Members were travelling out of the  -questian before1 }th'e fHoiisein^oijijsr.!|d^ attack  the Gevernraeat. '    -"( ���������''"'"'  f. -Mr^^mUb moved the following  iaecoftfied by iaiiies^Eobinsoli :-*-Tbkt ft laitio  wish^i this Hou������������-tbftt'ull public works here-  yi:  ���������Vorv  rp3!B BANK O^ BRITIS^ NORTH Atim~  '1 > I0X at'VlCTIOUrA Will ''ahtSl -Wtthex /notfoflrftay  oa,money> specially Ip^lgcU laier^t ut j^he rato or^  '"xs.    '. J&&  oa'"dep'osttB<auhjebVto ,Fiilekr'&j?''naM>orWth  il^nnd ir.& t >< y'iX:y 7y>..-y^'-tenl vaq, _  s?tve<peiivcen^pepfannum ������ni ' fisv.  j iunuauer vu otiHiua.- ������������������������������������������ -   ' '     j.-������������������������ *>">r*"������;w: ��������� r . ���������:���������'      r ���������"��������� .��������� ������������������������������������ ������*t"  :"'''���������"'"."''""''"r  ' l ' [.-. SPf,l?epo^I\B..R^^it^.Wrl^JD^^fl:���������'���������RPU^i^JJ-y**  lowingresplttHppt ^t^'l^xxy-rl Llr'i������H^k"*Brt^       ���������  ti  ^octbberie, 1673  s, ;^:^P^^^^^r., y<^V?%  .'tis-'***;  111  f  1:  ;-V|-!-  miX'  #y  tef.  II  liUy  II'  ���������M''.ft':  &%  "s ��������� il' /.  $fe  , i*. <:i'!y  : .^;)|f,i^:  7������: ��������� ���������' i'  'W$  y-i:,i"s.  't-      rr,'--'i '  '7v~7!v,"- rii'Ji'^'!  w:  II  '77*, f 7.7  ���������������������  IS  Mry  ������8*  iii  -a~ri7::.t.ii r-.:  7'./i''/'/'K:  v yy  '/ 7'7i ���������  IK'  i  ������������������������������������ft-!;-.i,j.  w.  Si ���������! y  17.  ���������'  ' i  V.7 ;���������'}:.  7    ".'*''���������!  ���������:('....,'  1  HE BAMBOO SENTINEL  jSAfTODAr, DEC.26, 1872L  T  f HfiWNISfSBialj DEFEffi.  :Tb������ Vlnlstry suffered * defeat-e������ f&e ad  :*$r   v ^reBg jareply to the third .dense af tbeOat  'y.. /������iraor% speech,whiea W8e*4*cwfrre ?*te of  -want of confidence wrieltoy-i majority of  -one..-We *re inclined to &e opinion that had  .. v ^t^W^ifiaiiifeitii la������^io."fiHto.plaaii the result  .'//:.; %d������W haveVt^'*'^1^^^^^^^*'  X h /itoq* Mintfltry composed wnolly of theirop-  ;1Cifen������W wotiid fln$ the������B������vai--witho������t/ a  vcrklof majorily.;.l,Udd������'Mw clrccpBtancss,  vire ehoiiid notbewirprlsedtf the governor  *������erolaedinsprerogative- o&4 dissolved the!  /;/:v.H������nw. '':  ��������� -/���������-'; /:':'.' * -.[y '".111 '/.US']  "'yjjjf hat are the pauses thai have led io ihe  /./iv/^fifttr^ilrHiisBphroxi, the mover, of the  / imendment, says Ihe people are not satisfied  y^yith   t^  TbafrliftqaestieB  * hy a pfi.ttai election.   We - should rather be  ��������� disposed:toattrlfel4e.H to the Tact-'thai ^ere  ;  are^'j^Mi^^^9n������ik in the; House who  ������are little afeonftae real progress-;������nd good  *     governmest -of #xe country provided, their  ' ' '������wne^i������jb������'k^MiB%-.ljes(iattain������d.;'~m'd-:ir-:tbe; ralna.^o^.  . "��������� pow������ ^reps fiaeei in :ibeiK'%i|iyw^nld^  legislate ia the temporary interest of a small  . '   ������eetion;af ttie country, disregarding the wel-  ���������y "^  .   not nnderstacd tho-.prjneiples of Reiponsrote  ���������Gover^meoii  Fray, da their opponents nn*  Il }ikmi#a1lIt^m'+njMeiteti'(' When and1 whftre  ' 'did \h9f j;yw pxf ^x^hmrt; ley they  7    ^inJibfttthe.Ma of vulgar^ olap-traprand  - ^yj8h9������p /thetoirtc am th^ only ^ualfncations  ,  ' x:-wceesawfe^������ift;;aM%SWa^;.ty���������;DoHrig':  /:   1 ba losiiiSftTc n of the :H8^olfto^^6iitlon  '^ertelaiyj^ of tlie knowI-  *, ������fig������ *n4 talent they no^ 'irrigate to tfsem-  x  itm''% pnttilo tp Ml c^oprg^fi^iJo^^^.'i&M^Btf^  " *:- >3������rSvery^ measnro bren^hf forward ^. this;  ^overnfflent; aoi from any defestsira the &ets  themseiyefl. but: as every, ^odnTeasiifeeman-  ��������� x aied fromi'tSo, Ministry it was; tifa-mattor of  ������������������ ^yiouraeiiwi^  ��������� ��������� \ m&v&% TvShanW tl������<������d^ernft.iA;is^^:^w������.  ^^s^en4sq^i������|ie!ators (with whom Saowl^  - '������dgfo!sfn<\iitiVe������ndnot aequirea hy study  ,"v- ^dpyaefice) toj f^rra r Minlsti^v ^������ ������*y,  _ y^swrely expeet ft political mlllenrnm. t  -1  Judging: from tho.repert of the -debate tor  -   wished in onr telegrams* the. dehfftXnf?>; power  ' J wasicertalnry npt on Ae alto of tte Govern*  '., fpeiit., .Mr Smithes remarks on 1>e1ial! of Me  ���������Government were ������eerta!nrjr>worfnJistonrog!  JyJgMlCOD8litWCytllOflrMl^  ,   ^oted on^tiie other aide. The -m^mbop/ for  ;;^nw^  . ���������:,. -���������ssrtion tha'i.tbe.GoVsrsm#iit wm.:.usable;;to'  understand the prlb'cipies of BespoiitBible.  bntlf they bad'.to rslf upon  exposition of Wm principles, it cam be very easily, innderBftood'/ that  they woald.'be somewhat vagne and dffflenlt  of comprdteDelon, as we th!n"k his prlnoiples  tmd ideas' %re somewhat of tbe netnre that  philosophefs tell ns pertains to matter indo*  'atruetible ������nd nwchaaglng, only in tMs ease  ia������ inde������BraeiibiIity is ������ neosssary -cOuS^  tqueoce of the manreUoms rapidity of the  ���������t '    '   '������������������'.' ���������':;'.  to the people who feolds the rejns of power  provided the affairs of-the country fee admin  iatered with eoonbnijr *ud prudence^  '���������"���������; "'������������������   ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ������ m ' '. yy  It will be seen from onr4eleg������ms.  fsaifut aierins in tbe lower eountrf have  pwstBsSteft the telegraph iine. yWe are con-  sequently without news from the eapital this  week. This ta a matter for serious regret, as  we should have wished to place before our  readers full information concerning the probable recpnstmciidh of the Ministry. Every  effort, however, Ja being made to repair the  damage, and several repair parties are now  it work-on tbe line. 'We may therefore hope  to be shortly in posseealon of ail the information that ia so'iriSioasly eipected concerning  the important crisis in the affairs of the country. As soon as received It will be pablished  In an extri^ y������..; y lyy'y '���������*��������� "���������'. -'-v'-*���������>'/'��������� ���������  lyy.  Ik to-day's issue will be found a telegram  announcing the death of Mr John Adair. The  dsseased gentleman wse at one iime ad offl-  eer in the Ame^ bfs  commissibn o������i tbe breaking out of the Civil  War.A Being ��������� Southerner by birth he could  not bear aVmsagainRt his fellow-eountrymen.  During the time of his residence in this country Mr i^dair-was very successful in mining  speculations, and by his genWosity and man-  Uness madea host -of ifnends; wbq sinoerely  regret bis early death. .  yZSf'l'y: 'i:'% % ������������������ '-..y    ':- '"���������.'' '" ���������-'''''',' /-, ..--������������������ ? *./ :-'/;v.;/.''" .;  Lectctwd on Mokday EvBseiNo.���������The Rev. J*  Hall will "deliver a lecture in the Wesley an  Church, on Monday evening. The proceeds  ;btjEbe lecture will be applied to the iiquids>  ti������rt/Of^,tbe^eb^^^t^  ���������jecVof the' leoture-^" Suc������j?^J'^y$ a good  po^: and^onld attract a large  l^EW ADVERTI8EMENW'  Clinton Hotel.  ������f  The R e gIs'Wa t ion of  THB UNDERSIGNED ff AVE ENTERED INTO CO  partnership if or the purpose of carry.'Df on th������  business of HoteNkeepinp, at the Ola Stand, known  at th������ CLINTON HOTEL, ana would solicit, a con-  ttnuance of public patronaia. ...  MRS. E. SMITH,  ,:'���������;���������;���������/' "    "-.   TH03.. SPSLMAN.  Ollatott,KoT. 18,1871 ���������-'  Alt PARTIES INDEBTED TO THff ESTATE OF  the late JOSEPH L SMITH are requested to  mnke- immediate payment. AH bills remaining unpaid on the.First day of January, lB73t-wlii-.l)e placed  lu.Ourt for collection ;.and all parties having claims  against tho Estate wfll please send'them'to the uu-  dctsjgned'for payment/' - ': - '��������� ������������������'������������������  ���������:xyi K:y-> .MRS. E. SMITH,.  :.<������������������'. x ;,!.-,... ���������. Administratrix.  Clinton, Nor; 18, 1872.7 ."'��������� . ���������,' ���������, \   . .   nn30  ny  m.      ........  THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING  -. between Wm. LI. Jones and Wm. W. Dodd was  dissolved ori Saturday, Noy. 30,1872; oy oiataal cob������  sent. . All. debts due by .the Jate.nrra will be liqui  dated hy Win W. Dodd, to whom all outstanding ac-  counts must be paid, ��������� ","y ��������� '���������'. '-'��������� "������������������.  yyyryr . ���������.;-: r^    wm. lt.. jones.  X\ i-. >:-���������: yxxx-' x,x '    . WM. W. DODD.  Bartterrllle, Nov. 3#, 1872;  ���������.  NOTICE.  PUBLIC NOTICE \* bereby gina, (bat from tad  after tho 1st day of September nert,taJl Births  Daaths and Marriages within-th������ Province of Brltlai  Columbia are to be Registered under .the provlolon* ef  l'The Registmtloa of Births, Deaths and Harriet  Act, lSTa," at tbe Office of the District Rogintriir of  the.iDlstrict wherein the same respectively shall take  place^and within t^e times following, that ii to say;  BXRTHS^rWIthhi SO daysnwn the ciat������;thereof,  DSIATH5���������Within 30 days arter Interment.  U ARKlAQES-WJthio 90 days from thevdate thereof.  Every Householder, Head of a Family, Clergyman  Physician, ot other pewon or person's, required by the  said Act to report Birtha, Deaths and HaftUgta, who  renises, er wilfully aeglecta to do to, withiu tUn times  boforo named, wlfl.be liable to a penalty for each and  every offence of, not less thasj ..Five. Dollar* or more  than Twenty Dollars, to be recovered with costs be.  fore nny.Jttstlceof tbe Peace bavleg jurisdiction within  the locality- where any such offoncs Is committed  Bgaiast tbe iaid Act. ��������� ..   . '  By commaad.  R ������. W.  Laad Registry Office.  A������g. 81,1871  AtKMAN,  Registrar ae&era).  Bit*  lm  ������|Pr. JvM&s. will ^D. Y^ deliver ^. Beefhre  -   .on ibe;aboTe;stth^  Who hopeslameetafairife*eof^nbjio fttvoi'.  > ,?,;  ;-.,.,.��������� !X,:y ryM.Xw'^^<XxyyX yy  X  NOTICE.  stecea cv AssBMBiT, 2d Aagait, 1B71  Kxtraot from Rules relative to Prlrate Bills.  CO. AHappllcfttions for Private Blllst.properly th������  subject of legislation by the L������������gls!Ailve Amembly of  Britisb;Cdlumbla; witWn the purvleir o(A* THe British  North America Act; 1867,'V wlietherfor tbo srectlon of  aBrl<lRe,thi* making of a Railroadi Turnpike Road, or  f.elegriipb..-Line; Xtto construct ion or A mprovomont of a  Harbor, Oarml^ I/tcli; Dahi hfc Slide, or otlief like work:  the granting of aYlght of Fssrry;itho Incerporati^n of  any particular trade or calling, or,������������f any Joint Stock  Compao"f; or otherwis.* for gr.inting to any IndIvl toat  or. Individuals any excliisivo or peculiar .rights or privileges; whatever; or f������������r dotag any matter or thing  wbJctim tie operation would'affect the right or proj*.  erty of otln?r p^rtte^ WLre]a.U to. any particular ��������� class  eftbe^^ coinmbuity; iorferniaking i"  _ any .amendment of a  like nature %o any former Act(Sl������all Squire, a Noi ice.  clearly:nnd distbetly^  ef tbe ippiicatlon,; to be pub!I������!icd,tt? follows, vis.:  ; ^WW^ic^tDRerteTf 1n?th������^Brtti ati CftlnfrfoSiirffaietie,  aafi In oae newspaper poblijibed ;la: tbe district af.  fe������(e')������or it thqre.be no ne^pitperpuUliehed thfr������!it,  t6en In newspaper in the;^n.eit, near>i������i' distriot in  which aiiewflpapfer lsvp;uWi8bed^7y'--7v^.x::.;c";yyy;:  7?^������jSuch notice shall be continued tb-taeh case f&r  -.-,��������� - =, -. ......^period of at least six weekajriurtng tbe lateiral o  yyyf. xt:   yj, d..-^.^ yyy\ ; x: ^yv ,tira������bstweeh the close of'the next Arec^Mns Scssleo  iatariW7a*:i4?&y-^'leii"^i>vf v������fe������'iS>'''"������W*s -^a\dr i  r Gballv.yWt be tatoa fat bal^past T  eTelpefcr-'"'" *',i:-;;- ���������*'���������*;- '-��������� ���������'.    '������������������-��������� , yr  l?rdft*������9s-ef Lectnre to be applied to llqul-  o^Parsofiftge;    <".: "yyy'" ��������� ���������">'  ntyyyyw:!:&m^:  IAS ffiE^Vltt  PINE LOT  '^lp(0$j������^^  fy0B*; Preacriptions and  aural  ;vBarkerVilleiNo^ 20^1872.;  ' ���������y-'it-:  aad'tHe^ild'eralion'ofthepetnip!  '"���������- ������1. :Beifore any petition -pmying for Jeav*^ bring  la a Private Bill for;tbo:aMetton"of a^ 3Wl BrKtlga i*  presented to the House, tHc person or persons mlenti-  InKxtovpeift lon/ur such BUI ahan^pon: gi������lag the bo-  ClceprepcrlbeCin the pr ic������<t tn> Rule, aw������ at tbe .same  Umet'arid4n the^s*rae manner, gf^noiIbSfo^tliji-wtea  Which, they intend *o ask;*tli*; extenv^* ^tbo priTil^e^  th������ beijrbt of; the ^rcbeSjltbe.Jnte^ lh>  abutmobts or'^iere.for the pawag������ of rafta ,orytmA?,  and mentioning also wlietber they Intend i^ "erect a  arawbrldgo Or not.-and"tlte ���������MmenJl^of-the:;same.  -  ��������� ���������' x ���������.; v,. 7- ��������� <. ��������� ��������� '.-���������;.' CHARI^:<QQOT\r :  :.  'nji; iy ^yyG^-tf:tboi$^  es  s&fnd-ls* who-will be called! uponto form tbe  mesfi Administration T * We ha?@ before re-  tfcrred-to Mr; DeCo?bioB as the most likely ������an  W-possesaS tbe eon������deace eff ftbe GoTeroor and  ihe people, &������d as there Is in this Province  ������o. far no such thing as party, he may be'compelled to call nppn eonie of tbe members of  -&<6 lata GeverJament.-to ossIb: him. Whoever  Ms Btcellen-cy may chose, we trust the bnal-  ������@sa of the country may not be obstructed by  ������ny factions opposition, but that e?������ry -effort  t^l\\ b������ bent to secure the panjage cf those  GROCERIES, PEOVISIONS,  ROASTED -DAILY AT THE^ STORS.  rksjkU LILLOGOT- ONIONS %nd  eD:hartd,''":V ��������� ���������--::]?y:l y'-y*  no23  ' -.- ;j-.������.7'' ^ ;.':'���������.- ���������..���������";'. 'X. ���������-...'<'/vv ������;>':���������'- .���������:..���������'���������'���������. XXy&'i^ ly-'  T'HR '���������! .-WRTNKltS^JiPftHfeRETO^  between William Forrest'and Daniel' Glynn Is thi*?  daytdiBBplvMby roulual consent.   WllHam'K<irr''St-  will I pay all the nutataadiag debts pf the lute FJria  and 'collect all'/dehta': iiud.'.y -..'���������;, .���������"���������'���������'.,";.:"..��������� ���������.-������������������*-,;> or.' -y'..  ���������->���������  7 WITXIASI F0.RRES?.  ^���������"V:.i^\'by^ -������������������:  ;  Iibwhee.Cmk,:'!tov^l6^1S72y'->;y^     ;.;;.,;.;del.' ���������;������������������  ��������������������������������������������������������������� i- .'^uy v ;;��������������������������� ;  R JOHN BIBBY HOLDS iilTT ^FOWICR  of Atterney, and .is,fully. authoi1fl.ed-td:coljcct  all deb' ts d ue)to rne. 'All those; indebted. to me . by  either note or account, will please -make iinmediato  bayinept to thy Agent.;-^ ������������������������������������X-\-\y xr'yf.yyy   \ ���������  y\ -Jix's. - Xly ��������� ��������� '��������� ���������'.,     SAKDBBSOU^PEAK������?.  Barkerville, Nov. .29,1872-,. x: ��������� %.  .��������� V; aoSWia  850 TO ANKOUNOS THAT TSB.YHAVB RK1COV30  te the spacious premises formerly known as the  St. .George'-Saloon, where they will be at all tines  prepared to fnrnisU  BOARD -AMD.M-BA.L8 :"  The  BAK U famlBbed wilb|Uhe flaestWlKBS  riQTJOKSAndCIQAHS.  AS JUST OPENED THIS  the old end favorite stand of the Miners1 Store,  formerly kept by Mr P. Manetta, whero all ooia&ra  will be welcomed. .������������������>:������������������.>... ' ' "��������� y*������-y  anil Cigars  ^''A^^T:H:,B.^B^A,R,.;!;;'^ !  SwfcaWiUvOstobjv^'iS^E.     , eeJS2m:  THK BAKK O^BBITISK NORTH AMERICA at VICTOKIA will until further notice pay  oa moasy speclutiy lodged Interest at the rate of  Four per cent, per aomtip     .  on - deposits subject to1 Fifteen Days' roMcs of ^1*  Five per cent, per annuml  on DeposltB 8ttbje*i to Thirty JDayi aotice of with.  U3������tt������j.  I  aaager-Victoria Branch.  R. JAMES WICKHAM HOLD3  Power of Attorney, and is fully authorized |o  Collect all Debts due to me. All those knowing  themselves to be in my debt, by either Note or Account, will Please make Immediate paymenfi to m$  hi PER80K3 ARE ^KREBV CAUTIONED agalnet  neirotltttiBg a Note made by Mr McKINLAY, of  Uke La Habhe. In favor of^AMKO'BWEN. This  Note was -.lost in tbe neighborhood of'Lake La Hach������������  Any poTBon who.can. give, informailon concerning \%  Is  reauested to communicate with  lha m^nnm*  'dol4'  SURVEYS AKD PLANS EXECUTED  feiik.;  P  1  111  1  m  m  WM  Pi  mm  il  H  B  HK ;><  frlE^AtlBOeSENTINEL  t������=  SATURDAY, DEC. 28, 18T2.  Qu������sn]siimcu^ rivers still  <cositlnimopen,1fe������a|ftirrom the quantity of  %& leiQuwnel, riverIthe scow is hauled out.���������  ���������^atesrj^ machinery  now oa the way from Soda ea������������k will bed������.  iained for Botne time on the ether side.   This  fontlouedinconvenience, and occurringas it  4������es every season, Is making many here think  seriously about petitioning fort bridge, end  we believe that the cooperation of residents  laBarkOTnie and Venwlnkle is to be asked.  :::.';.-.S0DA.;<3WIBK..':  8oda Creek, Dee,'. 24���������The boiler fo? Uie  Lane & Kurte Co. ami about 6000 lbs, of the  ptimp* are here.   The,balance is expected In  to-morrow.   The contract for. freighting from  this point has been awarded to Mr Bobanon  At 4S cents per lb.   About aNfoot of sneer fell  during the.l(wt 24 hours;  Soda Creek, Dec. 27���������Mr R.H. Brown having completed arrangements for .the transfer  fefy the. Lajte,. &���������. Kurtz machinery to the  'iieadows, left-,thi*7 morning for. Quesnel-  mouth. As soon as the freight has/croaked  the Quesnel rivet he. will return s to Barker-  .-fUle/, y^-' r.\-'--* :: : = -;" '���������-������������������ l-V  OWeiather clear* Thermometer 4 telowzero  this morning.    1  ��������� ,:-- :'..*-        CLINTOK. " :  A ��������� Clinton. Dee. 27 ���������Christmas passed off very  quietly,: Nothleg In the way of amusements  .ini iown, In consequence of which nearly  ^vefyhtfdy-went Into different portions of the  ..������flwntry;to spend the day. and. fiot one has  v*v returned.   We are therefore, unable to  glre any. news of Interest,  The *now Is quite deep and no signs of Its  'yfe\ng!off.,m..y^%.  The weather is clear end  roii������i."y .."/"'.;"' '-y'yyy y  So far as. -heird from,Mr Wm. Sauijs,*S6  votes ahead, with Canoe. Creek to hear from,  which will probably, increase .We majority.���������  T^ere ft no doubt of Mb eleotlon.  1 SPENCER BRIDGE.  Spence-s Bridge, Dee. ;'27���������The snow is  from six tb eight inches deep, and has drifted  bjjdlyIn.a few places. Stock doinif.well.rr  Weather mild. lowest marking of thermometer this monfcti 4 below 2ero.  ;'   "TALE..  .Yale, Dec, 24--Alcaode containing four  passengers, and. the express canoe with the  mails and passengers, left here this morning  at 9.30.   It 8aowed6Jveryf4heavily last night  and dpring- to-day.   There 1b about two feat  of snow on an average.  ;Yalei. Dee. 25���������No news of the arrival of  4he .Express canoe at Hope up io this .after-  aoon.  StHlenowingwith heayy |wind from  rnorth.   Everything very quiet here today.  Yale, Dec. 27���������From Mr Stewart, who arrived from ChUliwhack this afternoon, we  liearn, that the snow between that place nod  Yalela 3J feet deep, and the river is blocked  in five places. Geeat feats nr������ entertained  for the safety of stock en the lower prairies,  Barnard's Express office had a narrow es*  ���������cape from being bnrntdown yesterday morn-  roof having caught fire from the  Hanaiaact. He and Mr McLennan went back  es Co������oi' en Wednesday to meet Mlehand's  party and come with the ra to Nan aim o. On  Thursday Mr Smith proceeds down the coast,  and expects to teach Victoria by the end of  next week.;>>"���������.���������?;��������� ��������� /:. v.;i;-; y.-yy ���������<.> -'���������'"  "'': x'yiyMttEQ STAT3S.-"'  Philadelphia, Deo. 12���������Edwin Forest.<tbe  tragedian, fell dead this morning while dressing at his hotel.  ���������      . -  New York, Dec. 17���������This Board of Immigration has now under its care -nearly 2000  Italian Immigrants, almost entirely, destitute.  Some of the ablest of them went to Virginia  yesterday to work on the railroad. It now  transpires that a large number of Italian children were purchased from their parents- and  brought to this country to beg and steal.  Terence   Dolan' was arrested  laat nfgbt  New YstftvDeol W���������the ship Matchless, of  Boston; has been /wrecked; off the wast of  Norltoumberland.   Allien board lost.  Six jurors were obtained today te the  Stores case.- '    ������������������������������������.'.������������������y- xy - ,y'      '���������'���������������������������'������������������' -yy  'San_Franclsco, Dec. 18���������Last night was 'the  coldest/of tbe season. Ice formed on 'the  streets wnerevet tHew was #ater to be feiind.  ���������f ~"W-M*' Hy AdjMnaon Vecfeired fcetere va. large  audience at the M^rcaniUe UbreVry last afcht  on the resources of British Colombia; His  discourse was Interesting and well recctvsd.  ; - ^liKl^akeyOt^, J)ee:,4^^Ewe%si>-JBrei  last night aad'a narrow escape from a disastrous conflagration:: -A largo number of auspicious characters here.     ���������    'yy  ,': Clajolnnftt^ t:������0c;,; Wr^TaemSMs V'BWii. i  prisoner In .the county jail under coivtotlott}  forae^ahlt^ithJetenttokOi the R*t, Xi J,  sharged with roasting his infant son to death Thompson, cut his thrntet with a penknife tots  store pips, bat it was incklly d!������covered be  fore much damage was done other than tearing some of tfee selling down*  Yale, Dec 27���������A letter from a gwitlemisn  ^rho went down by the Express canoe, re-  on a red hot Btove.  CUudet Matanges, & Freachman, formerly  ef San Francisco, committed suicide by shoot  log himself In the mouth with a revolver.  . Washington, Dec. 17���������Boutwell and. Jay  Cook, were before the Ways.aud Means Com*  mittee to-day concerning the negotiation of a  new loan, yy  The Committee on Foreign Affairs yto-day  had under consideration a bill providing tor  tbe ^distribution of the Geneva awards. .   '  New York, Dec. 17���������Hon. Mr Morton went  to Washington latft evening to make arranpre-  meets with Colfax for the editorship of the  Tribune,  : Providence, Rhode Island, Deo. 18���������A  frelght train from Boston; was wrecked at  Dodgevilb last night. Eighteen cars were  completely broken and one man killed.  New York, Dec. 18���������Mr England has abandoned hie purpose of raising a fund for the  Greeley atatuer and offers to return the.money  to subscribers, The chairacter of the geutie-  men connected with the project started in  Boston for a monument te Greeley is such  that there is no doubt of its success.  Stokes told a reporter yesterday that at the  new trial be w1\l prov^that Fiek^waB drunk  on*the day of his murder. If e wili also prow  whs* he <M with Flsk'a pistol after the shooting.  ;,^fc1^������4������,;'Dee,: 18���������A New YosrU special  says In view of. the recept. murders in. this city  much mors Interest Is centered In Stokes*  triad than would otherwise be, and one of. his  counsel has remarked that atpreseht:. W was  not advisable to go to trial as tbe publio mind  Is so excited against every one who is accused  of' murder. But at all events Stokes wants  his fate determined. His long imprisonment  has "broken bis spirit and enfeebled bis health  His halr.Ie-almost grey;- be has grown thin  and emaciated, and is but a shadow of the  man whe entered the Toombs. ��������� \  New York, Deo. 18���������The second trial !of  Stokee began this morning.  Toledo, 0., Dec. 16���������The fire yesterday  destroyed properly to the amount of $250,000  ���������insured for $200,000. One fireman killed  and several others hurt by the falling' walls,  St. Louis. Dec. 16���������A boiler explosion occurred on Friday at the saw mill In Wayne,  Coron, Fourteen pereona killed and three  dangerously wounded.  New York, Dec. 16���������Some of the lately arrived Italian immigrants appeared on Broadway to-day and presented a most miserable  appearance. They w*re'almost destitute.-of  clothing, the city authorities are somewhat  alarmed at th������ arrival of so many of tbem.���������  The Italian Consul asserts that all of them  have passports from their Government, and  there are no deserters among them.  The proprietors of the Fifth Avenue Hotel  publish a card saying they will bear all costs  of tbe funerals of victims of the late fire, and  wiU ?eimburse the relatives ot the girls for  The funerals took place  York, Deo. 16���������It!  Edwin Forrest leaves his entire property for  the foundation of n heme for  disabled dra-  morning. It Is thought he will recover  yvNew YdrkvDee, 19���������Tbe trial of t. D. Irish,  for poisoning Assessbi Anderson, took place  to-day. The Judge decided that Mrs Anderson was not a competent witness, and tbe testimony given that be drank to excess and; had  attempted to juinp overboard fronVa ferry  boat... ^ '.��������� y:      : '"��������� y,  S, L. Barlow says if the Erie Company accept the proposition from Jay Gould for i  settlement.of claims against him, it would  not be for a less sum than $9,000,000. Various rumors are afloat that the Erie Ce. would  vacate the Grand Opera House, but they are  groundless. It in said the suits against Jay  Gould are to be abandoned, ho agreeing to  refit nd $9,000,000 to the Company.    , .;:>  Yesterday Cyrils W. Field bought out a  eonsiderable number of stockholders in the  New York, Newfoundland and London ,Te.le-  graph Qo,t amounting in ill to about $3,000,-  000.   The price is 90 cents on part of stock.  At Flushing last night s> lares a mount of  property was burned. During tie fiie a cbim  ney fell killing one man and seriously iujnriug  a boy. dreat excitement prevailed. For fear  of.e general conflagration fire buildings were  at one time denioI isbed to stay the flarues.  iiMyliyl^ x ��������� .  ." PirlB, Deeyi8���������������The Seine continues to rise  kt many places and has overflowed.   ,      \  A:steamer has arrived at Liverpool which  spoke the Adriatic .1500 miles srom Bandy  Hook, having lost two blades of herprOf  poller, which probably wlil delay her arrival  'te8TV;tbfeej-or tonr'diys;fc ;^:;-y';;v';"{y^  -Paris, Deo. -W-^A World's special sayj  Chanosey^a corps has been'in creased to 100,-  000, while Ducrot's���������a doubtful Republican  Mbasoniy 28,000. Thiers to-day said he in-  tended to keep the Monarchists In nw&ysflpy  /Berlin; Dec, 18���������A provincial correspondent confirms the report 6f;3Hsmark's reslgnft-  tion of. the Premiership and his retention-.of  the War Office.  The river Bregh and the bay  are frozen oyer,;- ';y.:; / .; .   .  "Imndon, Dec. 18���������The International Con-  yen tion to. seen re n nitormity. of; co inage h as  been signed by Sweden, Denmark arid Norway.   - ������������������' -; .- ' -. .   ;  Madrid; Dec. 18���������In the Lower Cortes yesterday Zorilla declared ihe purpose of xthe  Government.to introduce, a bill abolishing  filavery in Porto Rico.  He also announced  the suppression of the Carlist insurrection. 4  London, Dec.; 19���������Important notion was  taken yesterday wbicb settled along standing  dispute-with the operativesln tbeCottori Millfl  at Blackburn. At a meeting of ms^teWein'd  card room hands they compromised their de-  mahds/and an advance of Wages was con-  MININQ1NTEIAIGBNOB.  So many of the,claims bavin g stopped werk  on account of the Christmas bolides, there Is  yetj litt^ni^rt^pMt,  On  ll'.-SKCt BMP CTJCBSCREBt  the be^nning.'of this week,for three sMfts,  tbe:'piscoyery co. t������ok ofli 36 oi,; tfae Two  Sisters are constructing a flume, and will he  in working ord������rnbout the middle oltiext  Treek.:.-v : y\;;   .    ���������.,;'    .������������������! .yy'' ���������'!'   :' x '  ������������������'-'   ���������-LTOir^tKQ'CRBBK,  '    ���������-'...'���������'  Qn Lightning cteek;the Spruce co> for th������  last two days' bave cleaned up Si o������.f their  ground will; pay 18 ot. to the ^et; Thn Giadr  stone tstet with ah accident.1' Jn hoisting "lira  pump spear to change the bucket the ropo  broke and th* spear Tell down; the pump.���������  They will probably be obliged to boiat the  pump to repair damages. No news from the  other companies.; .7        '���������"')��������� ���������;  .     '���������)   MINING RECORDSl  .        '   Wn.T.tJLMS CIt������BK. "'."  Sailor Oo.-D.cc. 10��������� Recorded in favor of  Gl W. Robinson, R.Lipsett, W; trel������tae,ThoR.  Bell, AvMaury, F, Petrln, R. WouWord, 70i������  Jcet of ground on William creek, commencing  at the upper line of the old Canadian co. and  running up stream, fp be known. as the  Sailor co. '���������. ���������':'���������''(".   ��������������������������� ;:��������� J--(,: - ;-':7- -'-      ^  Batker,co.^-Deb. IB���������Recorded in favor of  Tho8.fceU and Frank Petrin, each.3| Interests  in the Barker co.. on VVIlliams creek, being the  whole of the said co.; re-recbr^,' yx.  - Matthias co.���������Dec. 19���������Recorded in favor  of Andrew Jeffrey, John Collins, David Lewis,  Ed. IJeslprler, 400;feet of. ground known ee  the upper 400 feet of tbV old lialdhead co.���������  To be known as tb<& Matthias 0.it l:  ..'.J.. 1...   .1'..    AOTMHt"CBBRK*_ /y...'I '..  ..  . Deo. 215���������Recorded in favor of W Party,  T. Humphreys, Fi Domihez, C. Vaillancour,  ���������T.-JBett, & fcyroeivB; Blackwell; H; O, Jon������s������  W, O. Jones, B. Davis, II Jones, and J. Butts,  each 100 feet of ground on Antler creek. Te  be known, as the Golden Hope co.; tv ra-  record.-!,x.x: ���������. Xxyx^xy- ';:yyy.- yy   ���������  REGISTER IQ* THERMOMETER  AtiRichfietdv Williams:0reek^takio at 9 am,  each day, showing the highest and lowest  range for preceding ta hours:,  MAX.--  wyiyi  4fryy .  48 yyy  Dec, 32,  ' *'  23,  *;  24,  M  25,  ii  26,  .' a ;  'M  ���������iJV.-..-ii���������  23 below aern  40  19  10  <i  The Coroner^ Investigation into the Filth  Avenue Hotel fire will take place on Wednes-  places between the Sisters Rooks and  Hope. ' It tbefe the Express from noon on the  24th till 5.S9 to force their w&y from tho Sis-  iers to Murpfey Vhouee m Union Bar, and  from 6 a.m. t������ 2.30 p.m. te get throngh from  ^Jnion Bar te Hope. The enow in some places  was five feet deep, and bad t������ be shovelled  -nnt before tk&j could get the-������amoe through.  "VICTORIA  J*   ������ u   *     ������  ^    -       shatterea, ana tnere were many narrow est  >. 21���������m.Marcm Smith, of the CBpe8 from death from flying pieces of the en*  % has i$mp-io?������d the ooumtry frossyginei'which crushed through windows fend  Cauee of explosion unknown,:  Washington, Dec. 19���������The report that Colfax has accepted the editorship of the New  York Tribune Jb erroneous. He has to-day  replied to many enquiries that the negotiations have not resulted in an  and yesterday, by mutual  were regarded as terminated,  Lafayette, Dec. 19���������About 5 o'clock this  morning a switch engine standing on the track  st the corner of Union and 5th streets, exploded. Daniel MeNairry, the engineer, was  found dead 60 feet from the engine, and a  youth was blown some distance and badly injured. Tho houses on cither side of the street  opposite the scene of the accident were badly  Five men. employed at the. Breckton gas  works have been convicted of threatening  the manager with violence, and sentenced  each to fivo-year's imprisonment with hard  labor. .*  > .Paris. Dee, 19���������The kayer of .Nantes has  been dismissed for not giving.''su'MeU&t'-.ptsp.*]  teetion to the LourdeB pilgrims. ;.:'"���������''.'-.",  Aoryena;, a."'distinguished iBember ef the  {VencHlmtUutej; has been sirickefi from the  jury Uit-becauBe be^acknowledgBd he did not  bellsY������ln the existence of God.  j*.i,* ���������.-���������wgffinaw��������� -an-ifr.  Mb Bushbt, who will not as Stipendiary  Magistrate and Gold Commissioner during  the temporary absence of Mr Ball, arrived in  Richfield on Wednesday evening, aud not*  withstanding .the- hardships and-fatigue of a  journey from New Westminster at this season  of the year, assumed the duties ef hie office  the following day.  Ow Christmas Eve the Raffle for 1850 gold  ooin came off. at the Brewery, $50 of which  was to be given to W. Alexander, the unfortunate mftn who was crushed by a slide in a  mining claim last summer, The winners of  the prizes gajiecously presantcd him with $40  in addition. '"   '   ;'"������������������  ^  ��������� Accidemt.���������Barnard's stage "met with an  accident on. Wednesday evening a short-dis*  Unco below Stout's Gulch bridge.  A small  Spring forms ioe upon the road sloping, towards tie cribbing.  The driver, unaware of  this, drove with perfect confidence, and the  stage and horses slid-over the cribbing Into  the (creek. fUt J. A. Newland had his ankle'  sprained, the other passengers fortunately  escaping without injury. With several prisoners in the chain-gang, why is lt: that a place  like this is allowed to reraalfe In such a dangerous condition.  Some of the prisoners ar������  condemned to hard labor, and their time  could, certainly not be- more profitably employed than in keeping the roads in the immediate vioinity of the town in a-good state  of' repair!  We hope tbe authorities will sea  .that this matter is attended to immediately.  The MatlCowmen���������Considerable anxiety  is'manifested to know who has the contract  for the mail to this place for the next four  years, There have been no less than fifty-  five tenders for the contracts for the delivery  of the mails in this Province, It will moil  likely be left for the Postmaster General to  decide, and the  G5H!ST>ua;DiT was celebrated In this town  in a becoming mannei in quiet and social en*  joy men t. Ere bur next Issue we shall have  entered upon another year, and we can only  hop������, that with i surer basis than heretofore,  il may be marked by greater prosperity than  ta,the past; and w������ wish all our readers,  from pur " beapt of hearts,'?/-* happy and  BA������������iifo's Expbkss arrived; on Wednesday  evening., (bringing the mails and two passen-  geW-^Mr flnsfiby,/ SiipeniAiary llagistrate  arid County Court (Jndgisi end Mr Jasi Reid.  <*nmvmmssG5: s~"    rr-TT-  yyyyyxyxixyiyy. y^:yy!y-yyyyyilyy  r. y/y < ������������������>,'/.--vi,.;.y'/.   -/;,"���������':    77;--'Vy?.-    1  !."���������;     .:���������; .,".^7'  y ^maimnEK  ' 'W December, 18t2. !; fttatf: cal^g- Jtor  letters ;iii the, .f6llowipgrii^#ili please... jwk*  \ Aad^rsep RpbeEfc*,^.,i.Rmere4WittV' y -t y y<-  ���������^^dams;^^^  MarJpsijfiWllllara y x Lanljoa Jphw.^y  I;li;SirkhbldeR^8yy ^fcincfoMr^*%^x y.  ^B^hjBi^n-.Gap^/ f .Mprri������;Fronfc^fH >������  ,<<:Batteyf^m%y^v fif M.cpaUamiDaa^8r;;;\^  ^y<Ctfn/^S-^^ V .vlfiUcheJMaines^;^;  /���������,���������  >Cabneli Joseph     V ItfcKarlanA Ay  iCorioly^Michael .   ;    McDonald Mrs 3    ;  ��������� >CbnwavB3fy^  :Drake Sim������fel  * T ^^cDbuftal Roderick  Dun John, T ,.,;   ..-., / ISUerJobn ���������/*        ,  #o^bes F H . /PW^Onafi^ 2: "<'  '^Qill Alfred ' Pnsly'John ��������� yy .,  ^r^en?Samue1 flwhardfi^ Matfie^lS/  '   ^Grarit David: -     ^obertsbn'David " /V  ,.   i,y   . ���������; :.    -7   , - '-        ."',,i*-  '������ ,   '*��������� .���������������./������������������;���������;. 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P  XI fy-fy *v^  X. x \^^^^'"^'11: 'y'" y ��������� '"'" ' "/  k  *������ ''"'"   " *"i  ���������:'''   <  ^,v .W'.-,!. ���������>-,  rrtii  yQm&,rimmr$AXf<2&+  "���������������������������]:��������� DeolaredbyConnolss������ur?loh������i- y'  ;'!>*! j 7- r;.".*  \fiX'"^'Xy'*>\< /-y.  AVI������T0 /PTiRCHASED  THK       ;7/Hoti.^; from j Mr !������������������ J; Robertson^'' begs to^ififoria���������;  /tho travelling public tmd,the;'^liners, of^!arjboo thaj  ���������/5h������'wia do hW.utrn'ost'tb'suistain thb' vWuiw'-a  ,j3^ga������gHi,oCtb������housoa9a,flratrola89.Hotel,r  ^tv -r !  Ulffl ^aritlon against ^raud.���������Tho; success or this  mpstj.dclio|Qus andr:1unriya.Ue,d;.Oondlmentr.haMxrs.  baueed certain dealers to'apply thei nama.b.t.V^orc&s*.  rte>sbir������-Sa'acert.to'tboYr'bwtfmr^  pubii o'?laF- h ������wby1- i ntor tabfriba^tta'^h-ly -iray. to pro^  ;Cj^ei|jie_go<auia������, |s������to^;.s������^.<^.������^.pt������ / ���������$'$&'*& ; -V  rASK-F,dR?/L'EA .:&. '-PEBBINS' -fiatrCB"  and toseo.thaVtheir namesiara,upon Wxewmxifai  tAi^sVStorrSR^ria'^TTi^/^<>" ?v-'-.������^���������:������������������.-" '.'"������������������'  '. Some of tke.for.eign markeis having ;be������Psupplied  wl^h ^ s^ur^qnfl ^orcest������r|hireSa^oTup6n:th'ewrapi  per and laoels of which the nftpios of Lei and^errlp?  have been forged^ L, and feg|ve noticethit they  havo furnfshbd ihoIta orr'esppn d0ntb W Ith'pOTr.er M  attorney; tp'tak ej bstai^t ,proce?dIngsi against tui&Pz  FACTORsBsand ,VK?fDojtS of such,-or any otjajwrlmita^  tionibvyfh!IcJiitnbi��������������� Ijjtftm|J tfBIplWngeb:���������' ���������'. .'��������� l' ��������� ?,;  !isk"ior liiBii .&. PEBBINRV'Sauce and see  aaffofdjj  ros^i bifurnlflhed wltla the.'best the te&oj  v '.������������������ y... ...y!"' ���������'������������������'���������������������������.. r !x~':*y...    .... .���������|'!/--:t \  ,  '111!:'"'���������!ii  ^.well stocked with Spirits, Alesr Wlaos an'd Olgifa  ,}'  Are cajnfortably Im^fshodV 'atfd;!a iirgi addliloa to  *he namber of. rooms la nqw .holhg mfta*.:.* ��������� '''   ��������� ;���������-}���������:,  Ate lW bes|in;'^ tipper^ountryv, and will  ^ ~^,|9 jreii applied Wti-fi^aridjOr^n!  1. fmfmj, J  "Si&me. on wrapper������ Lab el,,Bottle,/ aad  , 'Bt^*e^'y "���������:���������;' "*y;!;y iy y y-'iyyil!- i  Wholesale and' f or axpoVt by ihe ProprletorSi Woj^'  cester^Qro^AaaABlackw,ell,|iondon1i������if M-.i,. 1'  by Grocers an dOUmen uDiroivaUy  ||.^t8|(?^a>|f0^ w,  ^..u.'. ���������'���������; j i :i; r *Vw 'I ^v ���������"-i; ^i. rr��������� '*, $&���������*!ff, - ^y*> ':^y''']  Beg^tiiaf^rmtbeii^;fri&������emW th^ua^iHhoH'/1:  'havoiuken;tlie;[we,n-,lcnow^yp^^^^^      in} Barkwfl r  10 long fftyora^lypatrealfled.whjia injthe opeupatlon  ixHrXI.QiiutQJx.   ��������� -Z, ��������� x'���������"���������'��������� V^-Vrv"'----^^-'*-- *  w irihnmfsimu. *M. %n.r-mrx< n xy> *x-wm ?x  'J I'.-  kJBr  ^^/^/"'ir-.^y *^'i ��������� t  ��������� , i/lu;;,''.:'. ,*,.>^.^ yj?%Xfa. & X$������������������:��������� ;4.������     y% ^, **  vwili^emaittVaatttrei  rtail-ta|iia p'urityianiif ^f,^^? '��������� ..^-^- ':*'VV; ���������   /  :nuyy--x >���������> yj^.-xy yi-x������yyy:'^  'l"K-iy^Svftt i%vy,t}!-r-  ' ^hl^'iyx';' V':4 v/yiiqy^!y*^y7'yr;:7y?;'},-^i yy  con8(iitlvkepioft^haa<l*^ ,'J' ^-.^r7%r;-- ^ .��������� ���������'.  '������������������'        ' ���������'���������������������������,        7 i'J,'.; '-���������..' .J-'"       ���������     >-'- * ������������������'.��������� ;(������������������       '    0-/-v     ���������        '}   t,r  vxAxx xtxxy ' ?//',"# Jv^y^y   i   -  C77l'i: !.?vT^7/ yy-;, ifl'^9^T^M^'^f^'r 'Ul-- ''  ���������7....,--yX.''"-": ^ '" ��������� 7^;"7'^y. *:���������<'7^(f:t?/'������r������i^������  /- r   7/.\rV -.&f������i*! '^Vy;i4;->fe^e^1^%: J^'  wlU.bs .always ca^efkiUy Ia|tended -fatyoA tho beav  fl^; AD^wc^modaUon^provl^  tomers.   n    ::"*���������/' ..,.   y-:     -,y-   y .   7.y^;v  yy '*.j'h j -^yy^yyy x> \,yy.$ ������������������ Myiy^x'-y.  j   '  y    ���������  y  ������   - .-> ^   ,y  jj   ? /^-;i   .,.'. ;^,>?   '���������  'f7'/:MSTMPOTr^i:  "Kis^iways^ppltod with,the;'peat,o;wrytMQi  ',li,i'-*-''-   T 7.   "** "���������'  .-������ ;';���������   .*"   ���������-'���������������������������'^''���������*" .-y* ���������f    ���������.������������������*"��������� ,", i>rx������vv'i r \\  .-. < )'���������  ^"���������fr^rtity^ ,  ;h onii iiotd**Arking^ w������ll In  i<xjki y0REG&Nf ^ -i���������'���������J v'^'--^.ftffAit'i'-*  v* v i>^WASHrNCiTON^TE^RiTCRYiff  .-���������SU'  ..V'".;s-'<  ;6yxy ���������itriy  -:, ���������--; BRITISH������eOLUMBI^';' /-/'&, ?: .  ! yOr*etiWk Iflf&rmedfdf1 Itfl'w'tfl^'/  !- .S*'l^ witfidlut?^^ ii^'e^iMi*io'lh'i.   .  ���������"���������-'. r;y :��������� ., ���������x-y:x* ��������� >,y&hxvm stilly  ���������.'*'. 5������nd for .Circular* and s*mpfes af^. y  / 7>'5heiWork^ Active agtnts wantw: jii >v  '������������������������������������; overy place./   / ���������./:. wv ..vy,/'...,..,^  /  ���������,,";.     ���������-.���������"���������������  /"   i,'^>i 'J v>'^ "��������� 'i' ]^yy?fy ���������  ,j/.'/ 1y^^^iv1'\'!   / ^/;-;-^L -���������  Under; temporary^ Sfrai^emeniv��������� for'iiloS.vey*;  .*/,y!... 4 /affceof'tiie,MAilatrofc-'-,-"  /%'���������  li ���������,������������������.������.  ���������..   f J/'y ''y.'v/ '������������������:;' " ��������� ���������'���������' *.^ ���������"���������'''"���������'" !'-., >yx^'^A' 1-  Jtt'fhfi  ?$$yy^- *c X>mkmsi$k  i> i.'    f���������'���������:';>>   ���������'>'? '���������-7 ������������������<���������"������������������   ^'"���������'������������������7:j ���������'    '��������� ": ---���������'- ^ ���������'     ���������... ������������������ ,;, y��������� ,,���������,  j -;? -..���������;.������������������;��������� ?"#eM;i)Kfrjiffiffi.^^  y ta;'   ''" -.v..*; X't^isyj!^^y&'vx"'!.  Y-K' : '**--i  i '- "���������^S-';/7'^'/i".'^-: 't-*;vr*>'?ci- " ��������� .^ti^^-^W  ���������'1.7. $S$ 'I '��������� 7;'1 -mtlSjim^y r'i' ^^''Vv.sV.f l;.  |>; ito-ihe spacious promises fortoeriy ttnowH ar-tbe;  St/ Oeorffa Sajoon, ������^������������; ;$MWJ|l*ha a,t all titties  W^^^fW^V^y-y^': -x^X:.^ 'J  .    ���������:.. :X,ty     ...  ^yyy.v/y  ->-y-a, ^--.7/-- -  The vnderifoneft has -p>laced, a 11 he of PaBse������������  . , y:^/mm^Mmrxmmyi  Kunnina:5; in cloHe^conriectlonjtHtll'-jtbis/StaffeB  from Yde to.^arkerytlle.      /.      y^ ..  ,-��������� ;-'.,;y.  ���������>^''lI?*rsdnv8^!Bft&g'ltte District will  >fl nd; this"iby; tt^tbe! most; cp nvenlen t ;tn ode" 0 f  travel.  ; BO A BD7 ^Jl^'; M.BXBfl:;..  ���������*������v-*-o^*-/,;j ������*/'���������'  3 HEREBY GI^EN ,TH������T A.KAPPUQATTOK ^I^L  l!by made at.th'o next"Sesslon of tho'parftarhent df  British Columbia for an Acfr toVbe called Tho^WilllatnS  f^reek Piro ^rigfido Protection. Act, for the purpose, of  indemnify tag ^efm1fer3''of -said"'Tire' Company 'and  ,Volup.tcers;whotn the ���������Officers ..of /sajd.Company may  'call upon to assia t them In. the - extinction of v fi re, or  1nAthtf5;rbmovai; ot. ariy" eredtiohi-'edifice, or 1>iiildiflg  which it may reasonably be deemed expedient to remove,' due regard being had to ibe safety "of,' tho'-adj.  Jaccnt property: ��������� Provided "always, that 'iii the de-  stracHpn,pr,renijovaI ef. prpRerty-afpresaJd ^nejmn^af  hi bios herein before given shall not extend to any person' who shall act In sribh removal Contrary or Wfthohf  ,the. order of .the .Cap tn in, 1st or 2d Ucn tenant, 0j such  other'Offlder as 'niay b'e in commaii^. "'' *>���������  On bohalC of <ne Williams*<3reefc Fire Brigade,- ���������;     -  '   >' JOSEPH.DENNY, Gaufialn.- .    +i  ' "���������', GEOR'GE'BYBNE^/lst^euf.  ,.: .    ;.     .-..,. a-vAELLASO0uja,-sdiii������at. v  BaiksffUla, Uov. 15, i������7������   " . n>Wfiw,; |  i%e���������? BAB .-ii']fnrntehed;vwMh|ithes*'*BasttWIKBS.  UQU0K3 and CIQAB3. /  ��������� ���������  WH-Xfo��������� '-��������� E. J* BARNAR0 te&Z  y t*i'������  x* *X  .'7--'������������������*.���������f  1 m prepar^airtorifcrn;sh;;-Ia������Js.er^at.>piairj;W  AfeTOlia^Creek,ordcMyerit to ordej/ if ,. u  y ,..;? rj.-y;/-e'y *%^ ���������^������������������^\-  y  ^ ^#v ������������������ ���������/^^.  LTOBE^ .DBUVEESDiOK 3bI<3HTNlHG  y: ..y. ���������*���������������>*  pavings/rlftninglM.achins:^operation tbey  atsoiuimishy..7    ,'. ���������������������������:���������-..^.y-^v"? : y'.:^,? x->  m  i-!'?;  'Si  ������8 -.  iKffifl!  ,;)  !!k  K  r  iff

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