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 id 600  X  fAi  X '..  XT  yyz  :X<S  ���������-n.x-  m  -mm  .MX.  Published!every Sai  b;#r t' ,hoi*ho waxr*  -yy - 'i*"���������'���������-���������,,.,: - -   '���������'" - .-- "     ��������� y, ������������������'.' '    i''  " -    '.   "'  ��������� '    '  ;7 "7 Xyr'' ��������� '<'���������',-���������' ��������� *'���������"',    '"** .-."���������'��������� f'-^'iV'.'' ���������.'.-*. i j 7 v' 771 ."'7'V,y  ascription, <>',���������-  50 Cents peryWeek."  \mw  KATES OF, ADVERTISING.  lone square (one ihoh), firstinsertion^ H  '' f ��������� J. ���������; ���������*  " "';"';"<'; one month ^l'- ������'-���������  jt Wo s qu are's, fl rstl nser tion, ..' '������������������ ��������� ��������� T *>-  ;' f ,!    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Avj|;^; ;        , ^ig  an entry ' La Bella, R;, ������ t ;' . i^ tj^  ;^W'  I-evi-  at &Hbbart-town July i vjSMr-. ;  dence o^Gestrg: we' tbi?.\fck - y- ,7^������?AMfet'  be *deaies;������ver|bi ay ihg^^|ft������^P^s^n;  flress ir^Miss^MAry'^p L|'^At.'7*'  fag ^address  RuRsell> t buildings,. High^.|������;et;^JHi#ngj  Ij o n do n.'., ��������� ^Gf ��������� i h e ,au tb e n ti c ������w-P f, tfe,# &s .Vu'  '.���������'XX  ,!^���������;Ai������-HAlVI'.v:������;^rA-.S  :" -7 ?.V'^7''-'/.r,-.'.'.!;-'''''.^;:7-'',^7i. ������������������}.'.-'-'! '7'''.,;-^'- ',- :* "''7*'?.:''"-":-':1-'*'." ''.."1 '������������������,''���������'.  iSS'prepnr'M to furniPfi-Lnmbot at tli'eir Mill?;  /:!- :iiWilI lam: Crook; Qr deliror ft-/to ord er��������������� ��������� ���������   . i ���������   ,  ^l-^^iaGbj^'SE-Ng'iNE^  fl 1 R,'������G i rci'il ars;���������������������������postera arid'Frogrammes for,  |BiiUsand Theatrical Entertainments  :'i rri-'w.:���������'���������::!'-''���������.^':-i-':; >;7'.>-'-'-���������-7.^ t:'..''j-.,���������'���������/������������������>������������������ v.''.V, -;';i������������������'''''77'','~':''. "'���������;- ���������'".-��������� ">, y-''..''-������������������'-.'.~\.  ���������: \jj'-:y.������,   jf.7/'. .';'>;; ,.'.''V| XX ij ''.''i.iV'.'  '       '���������-���������'"   /''''-'    7:7'T'-7''V '���������������������������'-'',;  i^Exf c yy..3ci '.with neatnp^sand disp.atch".^^  ;���������' l    -;.. Terms moderate;    <--7v  f^TRALlAN- .VIEKS   OF., THE   TICH--  .'   ;'   BORNE CASE. -   "' -  ,l%F\^wP tii* Sydney Mornihg-'Heraia^s '  ,y ~*   j'y    ~ y-t   x       ���������  -p)   ��������� -<   anything  relatinpf \to  the Tich-  "b 4 e r, i y k f er *?i,creatos'a prr ea t d ea I ^f i n terftF t  f^ilurfnj? the month somer of the J "country  \als. a.������_wei] aVthone of the-.nei^bhorino;  hy t>,f yict'oria, haVe ifnrniahed many par-  !yC  g j feri^������^h^;m*ft^^be':T: n-isw)ir to :^oiir^ Bngl ish  J^'f   |p Wapjra^Tagira'ExpressJsays : " ���������* /   ".  Some-years afro Ion? before ^rrlate/bufc  n^ celebrated  town^maV   Vmh ���������������  npei Ij  a-fred himself aa * Sir Rej-y-.,-' and lai f pu'b-  ;' ���������"', \ liilaim;;to- the THjbborrv������ % s ^o r?fyoy ^r.t# esri  tap,������an old pocket-bo o^ o f,b Is c������,nie ia11) ;,tbV  piesmon -of Mr Cb ar I et Cos tb Pia 1 a n dlo rd,  6|be Sqna^ters^Ho|ej^in tb'fsfo'wn: This  p������et-fe o ok con tai iv; f n u di er o u^ *.h t? ie* ?<rf  - bpberV.aceoants agair at ������ve Bf 0f 0-ur resi-  djts, together. xlA' a ' rarl h    f,f ^pri-vate  ^v-;7;:.-n^randay'andJB      'ref ei^hce^-* tb;Hbe:-^pai;.  .   opo" cases ���������by bim m f be Bmal V -Debt s G^iir 11  iKhich.'therecorcs'ot' ihe Covert show that  LraiBSR DELIYRREI) ON LIGHTNING  once.h^in^'e^  i8nodoubtlbntas.to,Wl^Vnyof^8j}iL: ^yH1^i-yP151^     ".'^ !.������������������'���������.-    '.!��������� ''^\  ���������ir'ies'mjt^are'eyer;jikej|.;(fo/prove of %-||ii|  evidence   in, tllft  ������uit nowp-ntlinpr is.'a;^      Havine fi "Phni'sg Hachiiie iu1 operation they'will  feion-o^wbjfebvweTO '"^T v'"''! '* ' :'  un opinion."    3     -    'v    p   'y/   c-" '   ���������'���������'���������'^S^i  ; LTbejGoii|biirn Hera!d says:  | * We" 1 earn' tbat i fc I s s n p p o sed Ar th ur Or to n  ia identical with a m&^ -xA\ knew', in the  .Qneanb ey an [district under the name ofeOrea||.  well. '��������� 'Cresswel i arriv e d \ h ��������� hi ' Cjaeanb ey au  jdistrict'some yearsigoy tlien calling himself  Smith.;'; He engaged as groom or coachman  ���������to Mr .Wli I i am' ^Dayis. i of. Gin j. n;cler��������� r. a,-.and ��������� m b ���������  .������������������",i.x;.yy xyy-,t~'a-.- '*\ 'tp .x yp^yy:\:yt>-yy^ -.v^vv;;-.*,��������� 'r.\A: ���������^'yy.-xj:���������* ^' -'��������� .-i-Fv--������������������''���������" Jr,--''-,i--���������> ���������-  'sequently married'a -Mrs Clark, widow-of ;an  innkeeper. -He ill-used ber, and was tried lor,  assault and received asentence of imprisonment. Tbe last^ that w,as heard of In'm is,that  lie^.wos .-sen thy ;tbO'Braid wood;" Be neb -to tlie  G-]rtdekv^*iie.Hospital"asa?dangerous lunalic.  Itie-said^that^tbere :was ������.lwarn"sornetbiD^  ���������mysterious about.Gresswell,and even bJs wife  was no t acquai W ted- wli b h i^ b is to ry;'7; ,l'- -  '% "  iTheBallarat Courier says:  ,1 J.t Some ' addi tiobaL' particulars I have,;been  given to us by"Mr Ives of'ihis ^acquaintance  witH ithe Gr to if family. * He*lmeW. Arthiir, Carton (the supposed claimant of the^Tlehb-orne-  estates) lip to the period wh��������������� h x ^arly  full-growq., and bad a slj^ibt beard, ^/was  then eecond-mate on b^arfi the Char ������o'i- com  marided by :a:relal^a^named ;^ptthi|^ewg5������  an^ -had, returned from Buenos Ay rye about  tbo year 1848 or 1849. Mr Jfes w mi to sea  again, and next beard of Arthur Orton when  be was home in 1852 or I853._ He. was.ytjieft  Jj|������!tt'^y* the -.Grtoa' family5; that - Arthur iia$  been,-; ship wreck e d on tho Son th 'h \ n'-"riean  coast,T-anfl^bis (Mr Ives's)"elsteivin-law informed him that they bad heard from'or aboiit  Arthur^ since' his shipwreck", .andHbal; he wr������s  then ebepberding in Australia." When Mr  Ives arrived in Melbourne soon alterweras, a  EESSEB^-Iil^MBEE'  fifccti^iy'irataif-. '    :'  7"~    "'��������� '-yAi^jp  IR<5iS3   AND, STEEIi  B  FEAT AKr\ii'OU?'lF),      , y:  For KbViijg (nm jjini^p sbatts thsjf laclincs-v Porry  -f^fw -^'^s, for trKnfsm'ttinOTow'or, etc,;  . y  iIAKWaCT^'ii} OF A^V. USpTH OB SI XK..   !  Wire Jfcpe is\^\ucb cat; pK'vLigliter, and  mde x Durable than aaj otjjier.Irba^c/  -Boie^7  ���������**m.  ... . "i ..A. .7 s1:...^ .     '-"..    r- tJsyji -  yy. x  \ 7  ,^7  ,'*  y^s  A-/-'1 .-��������� ���������   ���������'-.,' '7- i ���������:: :.; '-J.-:7.r ,7;. '      \'7 ,-j - ;:���������>':��������� , ty,,, i ',���������������- ^-^^ ?j  y-;K^ '  .';���������:;������������������;   0 ': pp-    ty XXy \;t,y-/:i;.'j--.i'1"';.-'-.f<.y",    -^i/'-.   "V.7.f'<>7*r'"-7^"' "'���������  177-;.-;.-7,-.,%,.���������;.'..;...! v~,.-;i|.i.c;'7'.i\p";yy, -. | ..(.;i.. ,;.;;,-^'i ,7 7'  gf'f.7-    i."'''-.7:':.^i7"^'';'r-'';-;'!f ���������'������������������  '^' ��������� 7:-'- -v,-.'^;4v-.;; jy?v-xy Ax:yxyyx x���������������; '^.' .y -:v.^;:  .rraia old.akj) wei^wown K^TABEisHJrEN'e. -'"  iy is nlwayg suppliyd *W:,tli* AMt t>f eTerytlilifr' -r :  that can b-i procJir(-cl jfl'Cuhboc-.   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Ayyy  y������ymAi,   i XX ^J  -77  :'y#  m  ���������ly ' "'xi x    ���������  : '. -      7  7  frX  ���������i?:i.-?y1'. i  .;Jy;7::  pyyy-  ���������������������������4;  T> EG.TO ANNOUNCE THAT THMr H^TB KEitOTKR ���������'  J'i t;������'UiQVsjpttclofiis pl:oml803,rorm?rl^ho.ft^l^:fls.th*v',  Si.  Ge'orgtt Sflloon; \vhcrb^ fliey wiR Wyt all titadis1 '-���������  j prepared ^luroish   f.*:-'.iji      ''-'y. y :rC**' vvi^.t^  BO A fe^D - A'ND "" S#I,A il ^''  \   ,      ,v- -. ,     XAy> xj\���������<,  OF    THE   BEST, "QU^Llj^TT'  *'The?'B'AB -    itirn^hcd with'the' ftneat/WlKK^\(  VLTQUQBSand^IGAKS. ,.    -    .,��������� ,.  y p, -y 1 *.S  W^^xMM!i^W^l!  ^7s*������y-:-^y;.  ip  - "-i -    ,.  ::��������� Jj'-J  fe  AX  ���������A:.-^--i-y^:-^#3-:^?y,Hv- ������������������^���������-UfH "  r:^^-rf*>i!Ofipta*l,d MonckiiiiMalso t6Miii^lbat^iap^!y  h ^ym^^ymm - The' siiKpfi;  <^: has courteously'aliawed^iisi-.to- examine  tbboolj, and frontf J^Cpa^s-1 we make tbe  ! flowing extr^teVwhi^^^';"^ ^owbtless 'be-  ��������� ifrased^ J'W^ff^ ^itxyjyhy "our'readers.  .ibne;of. tprJfe|ylf||;i^;we��������� find written at  legth,' Tl^^^SCo.. Wagga Wagga,' and*  irniedial^^|j������^^ Tich>  lawjof our informant (whom he beHcT^s tp^  In ;;A4elaide at tbe present time) live^Li^^  doOrto the OrtoiiBj' and w.as in duily ^or"  course with'the..female members pf ���������fH^^S.}.  &\ik Sierefore kriew^a^reat deal>$^ty*M*  of the brothers, in the portraits/? the Ticb-  bpVne claimant published yvf^1^.Madon  pa|������rs,: Mr Ives recogniijed sSfr^l? \!^^  i?AitTflS3t  ^K'li'ARlNG    FOR.  WINTER  '       ' B&'-cali'lniai. the       :    y        - y  SCi.  *5S'  S e ^\,Q:,nrd - ha 11 tl , S,.t o r e,  Wijeij^^tjrifcy 1 wil 1 ji ji ?] a fins &bs or tmeai" eft'   "-'  i-;-;" '.���������:���������. :': -'-^''.XfyX-t-'yr ���������Xr.yyy>X'ruyXjyXyXy:..;:.rx'.:':-':'  T������M '���������"''"'-"-'���������-''-' '"������������������"-  P'f7l|iPI������P!^W^ !ia tie lower part of tba W to Tom Ortpqj  S^^������^������te������P^^^^N������ fata* Bon-who,beiPfe nine or ten y������p  wm&.  P  ���������A1-  -?;  Store1 Street ^between^erald ftnWFiBgard)j  ���������, :^--r'L|y:^7:^::^:^.-  .;. ��������� t. -     -: - VIGTORI*, B;C. ���������.;       . {,;      .  ���������.:.,-...c;, -.,;-..������������������:   y-.-.   ��������� .���������-.:. *���������-.'��������� V ;-y:-' *; ������������������"-.... ;.c;;^f ���������"..!'"!  '.V-.y/'-J ''   '"-��������� ������'���������   ������������������'���������'.' ���������������������������'���������'-:   :" '���������       '/'  ANDREW ASTBICQ, -V-! -   *' -'/ -h .PROFfilETO^'  /  1  w  yyy  ���������i Tho most commodious nnd>;cl&in Hotelb.is-V^feJf.V  It is conducted on; th^Europciin pri aclplc'^.-Th������'������������������������;������������������������ ���������  Is sttpplictl witlvtho v^vT������ost^ho\m^k^t������^d?',r:i<^.?  ; -.., Meals .at> ail- hours ^f^lie'-'-day ;7: l>rtoit������^mm&  Kooms'tor-Families.-7 ^    ..  ^   ..- -'' -   ��������� : ���������!'*������. j*ft".-f  to .I; Board ahdi Lodging: per' vv'nok,"$5 50 >W'j* i- ��������� ���������  5  Per. day,. Si; tSin'glu.mcn^, S7V^ ccuts/ ^M������&-  -..!.:.:^3r:-.-FirS proof:fiafe lai'.'tho;Uf������uBo:-i..'/.��������������������������� ^r'-y^y ;  ^���������������;feO,rr-.  ���������   jflfiy.$r ep.:Xh\5 oc-##  ng iiiii^aUeedJin  MM; there is a rnde'  V������ft fl������, npt page |^        ffi-irftWi '-^  flP'?lSS||iia (TbeVefere3  fs>>^  '.-^bfesite-'feSw: U������i'.^^ ^yv^l y?,#*V'* t  yy"       , , .     ^ ;-.>' has/ plenty  COMMISSION-; STOM&E,  AM0  Q-eneral >^������ncj;--  aplW  :Ci  SHOT" "; '���������������������������'' ���������'.'"���������:v,i-.- ' :..   i'V ;':,-,;;-t-. ���������'/.'/;'-'���������"'..��������� iP-A r.Xr:.���������Vj.'i:-;;;'v���������-.;';  ���������'���������'��������� ���������-;"��������� ^'���������'^'���������"^s'-v' y '~r^yiy-l':xy^::!: - ^eTable vili-AlwAJ'S' b> aaPpHe* wlth/thft;bftV.  FORCE-PUMPS 'anu- iiii^U-  %DHINSS articles that can h^i'a?-Oaiit������wt^M:^.^^^'  . put up and warranted ^:yy..r,;.  $&* STOVES MADSyXO^ -:^)Bif^t  tho  moderate prices.  Rearing of Me^donpaSj^^; 7.  :������ ;  '���������'��������� ���������'...^���������Up^eryiile?  '^'������������������-;:-���������;���������'"; %pad :Oigars, v. ���������������������������:: : i  ^V'^T>w(Mouflr East Cliane? Grdbte.) >  *P2;  ���������'yy  7|>.,  ift  ma>iMitMMMMR  *?ffi������*K������^Sfflffi^S������i i-:<&&  :.V/������t,B3������y������.������..*t,trtc, ,,���������,������.  r&:'  ��������� ",;���������:<>  THE CARIBOOMR  U1J  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  SATURDAY; FEB/ -10. 1872.  THE ELECTION.  *���������  ..������������������-������������������On' Monday/ as your.: renders  are awnre,  ���������Cariboo wilt be required to nominate a ca_n>  <lidate to represent Ibe .district in ibe Legis-  . intive Assembly. } At the risk of repetition,  we woiild again Teferto the propriety of re-  turningby -abctamaljbn the only candidate in  the field;'l!^8 far as itis Jcnownno opposition  ���������Jsintended^nd probably b^yon^^Eetnrn-  'ingOificortind the proposer and seconder of  WWalkem, few will be present -jirblle-. Mer  Majesty's writ> being:re>d;������I'p.���������!��������������������������� ?*"ef  * of congratn1atioh;that the people/of* this ;0>  ��������� trict will befiilly represented^ the Legisla-  ture and tliat this full representation hai not  hevn friiBfrated by ihe mncbinatirms and contrivances of those whose object should bave  Veen tbe welfare of every section ot tbe pro-  :Tfh'ctv:if there had been 'anyirnthjin the  itoierrt^t 'tbat Mr JValkein ���������: was opposed to,  the abotttjoujof die; Road?vTol)s,; bisreturn  ' ��������� woitld most likely have> been con tested /even:  at Ihe; expense of being^wiftiotit one of our  ���������Vopresentafives. -But ^|His%und ft hat  . i.ot only is he in easiest:.#l!h������^?l,()n  ^l^axation on>tbe/minin&eia^. At also  7bas so 8trennousJynirged;Uie abplitiond^tbe  AlleM Tollfl^'itfat"ffi^Goyertmieht have made  '4mfquestiobalM  Sm^t concede hel-has done ills duty and is en;  Pitied: to every credit. .������������������ ���������! y-pyy ���������: i fi ���������.  X M-is^i^^lng>quite evident tlmtj^ne^  ';:bow^  :I ririp English day's labor/ ��������� Tlie engineer^ finaV  i_ have given -way everywhere, anuS ally the  Itriwt^are^jo^O rmi ng*& |G*3?f "J ?������?. W?M*. '&  seenre. tins eirigte'������������������ object^if Even the Rai 1 way  servants; .p^T^^������nit-ft'Ml'. sp^'-on; areyjoining  A'.A tbe moyimeiiX,Ippd they; cer toiinly plead <ex*  Acepi ion a) ;nnd m onstroua. gr ley an cos. xA t'1ri  31 &   /i ihfi^uiiria.i';$^heatett  Wx$c ���������' -of almoflt'iaTI^^^  1[hati; fi I teen ho iif s a d ay was a coramo n ri tin t,s  ^jie^'Jo'nrsJs aiiply snffloicnt,: but, the men  iinigbt to be;a������1 j(tl e more fair;in/ insialing on  ;������io n est laboV. 7 Tf t Jtjeir remarkable leade ri  MryBurrieU,^^^ secure that, a hearty  *^eem������nfM; ft is ���������one poi iiit. may be r-eached  ^mtweow^uployers and employed.��������� [London  : IiloiTOR Siwiikkl :���������In yonr issue, of Feb.  3d appears''a Card, signed F. Pick ;; in reply  1 beg to state that it was neither a misstatement nor insolence that caused the ciphers  \* $00 00" to be appended to that geiiUem'ri's,  name. The facts are ^ firm ply these.': In November ��������� last tbe y water from the creek wis  overflowing tfre sidewalk opposite the above���������  gentleman-������A residence, and parties had to  wade through it ito pass up anaS-down th������  main st ree t. . Several gentl e m e h sugges te d  tbe necessity of raising a Subscription to der  fray tbe expense o f ctrtti rig a chanhei in f th e  creek to take the water from the street, ,  thereby preventing great inconvenience and  nuisanee driririg the win ter. .1 was . asked to  go roiindjnud it was suggested that [ shotrld  get MrlTick to head the list, ������a he i was the  party most.affected ; (in lact, MrF. and, a  Chinaman bad been working for Jisevera!  inbiinings, endeavoring to turn tbe water'..biii  without siiccess). 1 accordingly waited upon  that gentleman/ and wrote his name at,f tlje  head of i the: listj:;but was surprised wheh'31e\  onlyyoflfercdi;S2 M I; told him I would!g#  roiind ��������� and ?ee -if 1 met '���������:w\ I li better success  elsewhere, and would call again. I passed  aqr^ss the street; ami- was .agreeably isurj  prised at tlie cheerful response by parties-'not  nffected by .1 he. water.. After tbe;��������� list prei  son fed s n ch a respe c tab I e ap p earance, t agai n  waited upon Mr Fick. tltinking:he would-be'  uiore willing, to raise his subscription.. but/it  was quite. the reverse; He ��������� very oool ly ��������� Aoi  me that he wou Id n ot gi ve a doll ar, as hefdi  not care whether tbe work was dooe or n  [ apk theipiiblic tt> iefer to the list, and d  their own conclusions/ /       <  ���������������������������  ;: . 'NKVf A PyjERTjSEM ������p *���������' ?       ;y  ft ^j'^:':ffi'i.ik'-/L^l^^ ���������������  Mi       .  -.   ''--���������    ���������/*'.-.? -\h"X J ..- .  ���������'���������'���������:'���������:>��������� \w'< ������������������' ���������'���������'���������';���������-������������������i-- '   ���������  -. ��������� '..'iir-.twi-iii"i'-._������������������;  ���������aU ' -A .''JX ���������  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.,  l~���������-:-fctf   '��������� .     ,77,    ;y   -       'Aft-       - '-���������-     ''-^  myxtmiiiyyyjw'  ..   ... ./?���������.  ,   , j'fe   //y   ;     /-   '-<x /: '/  :   .   7  ymA^rrfyMj,y:Mr,ry:x  ���������;���������.{>.  ������������������ ::!-���������'-������������������������������������ y (-,y xmyxyyyyyyyyyyy-i'-  ���������<  ���������: yxy y ��������������������������� ���������  '���������..���������.l.l..'*rt  : V--:A7 |tv;^.,;-:-'*---. :���������'-%  ������������������;..-:% ^myymxxy y ���������-  *r ������������������ ���������..-- ���������        ��������� -. ���������  VTpTICK is hpreby^rtvon Ihnti an applioatlfta wi  .0.1   'made ������t tbo n^xtScsHioii of theLeglslitivc  Bornblyof the Province of British: Coliimbi^taVa  tp. Incorporate^  THE   WESTERN ; CANADIAN7 PACI  -'  '     y RAILWAY COMPANY^;;,  for the purpose of constructing 'and! wdricf^-a-  way. jcororaeiicmg atyiii point at or "near iVict  BrlUsh...Columbm; thenojv to^some. point oaiitlie] I  .ern GoastjO.! Vancouver; 7slJin������l, aisdf t"romvtbeijc  jBridgo or 'Stoam coin no u n lea tio aVuv^otW point o  yyesierhCoiifiot li.lVoyMainlan I "of |BritlsijVColii  : between itho -l?orijKn in tlii; ������t n ������������������\ Ki ftyhf iu rth , pjt ra II  inoirth-Uiltudtythenc-j thrniijfh;tki* Miiinlund'oflaj  Columbia by ^omeipractlc;il)l<7p^  Mf un tai us. to- th������ N'ortli wnf-t T trri tary 1 ������'niiy toj  piiirit ohi tbo "Northwest HTorritory,'wliore 4f juii  wlll-bc, ^ffj'ctftii with a Imfyot'-Riiilwivy starling;  r\Up Raihvuy'>ysteur to/thCilKorihrtHSt.p1iTtHol  t>i?l*> lipd ��������� rtinnihi?,:t<iiv^<te^thcfRbcky -Mount  .witli. powopto Utke such\ueviutipusUiiiii branch  Xop connect; >rUb.!lfto.-Ka^  ,yi;  'y.  '���������!��������� - f'pyc ���������' yyyx"^yyy:y'y!!yyy:yy'r^iyx  ' -' '//}tf Hig hes t 71. - ��������� <  f o' talc e th *  Speci men 1  ���������//Z0wesfthe-$5U0 ia Gol:������   tue others iu.  : 7.?.    . *<.'������. ;    ���������>      -  <x-Af*  l>RAKE:&r JACKSON   Solicitb  ytYictpria, B.C;'v20ll} .Tun ������nry,-1872.'' ' , -/     ' i  XTOTfO E is ^ Tcbr ifiyenythat an ajipllcaUnhlwl|  February % 1872.  X'^.y-  sr,-*<  #������rtb���������latitiMln, theiicc tliMuuhstli^ >frj inlfui t f������iVB  ?������'���������;  X-  .BRITISH; COUUMBfAJ  ipMii  kylty:  myyyy-.-,-���������   JSpectatf^  ���������_Tf/S������0pTI2CO.>OFTI������-K  HAVA.VJ STCiOKNTiS;���������-  Of/^o eight young men mtirderMl by the  yn^ftuyT^luuteet^^ the youn/fest waaufvder  [SUCCESSOIIS.TO N..CUNiOi]  ^   :  ���������   .    -    '    -���������.������.-, 'V'.'.'i-'- '"��������� i-*". ��������� V * y..:-7 ���������-   . v"';" x~AX     ;,x"- V"    ' .  f-   iC'V'*1' i'A-  .f:  frieii tlsV'o i^fth^pu1bjic7t|ta tStjey,  MectbraJ>istri(^pf 'Wari  . I Pub J ie  no titf- ia > h ere by  given ;;||t^.   |\ie  Electors of tho7)istricf -of :Curi^aUnat: |n | Bog to inform theE...^...��������� ���������_��������� ..M���������WW^1W H1B,lllv,  obedience ito   1 er  Majesty's^Writ 'Uo :me  havetahen-ttw. w^l-i^Vwai^remiat?^  directed;'���������-'and   bating date the Tenwii'v-aa* \Si>. [QM ^yw^wfirvriis^  of Jaiiiiaiy.. fh/tbe year' of/Oiir Lb%.:^ho 0| MrN;Uuhiv- ^;:;.^���������^������������������^^^���������^^iv  thousaod  eigbt^hundredandiseventy-tv^^  ������  require the prejence of the said Electors 'a������  the CpURT HOUSE. RICHFIELD, or|%e  12th -day of Fefouary, at TWKbYE 6'%c){ j  iU^Rniiwjty^yrfjvtMn.to. tlio.itSirfh'Kafit'p i rt'.* -or j  itoriq*^ anji #nn uii^towarfls^ltoi '^MypMiUt^if,  ^litll:P^fito>ukc>'iich;dcvu^  fto, Jcijnn^qt with; th������i sealvoard' or^Viincouvor 1 ifi  ;qrvj*lsiiiwhert>,l.a������.niay be u'.IVisablentiu Wor-i'iii ''.VJ'- ���������': ''���������  fj' "    pod.o*IOKt'Ji<!, and to L^tiihlish';eqiiip/'an    riysr.!-' '  ?  ^���������_^    \'  ������.������."      -c ���������������'  such *^nics and Steatn Vessels as in������v hv n >.���������.. f  ;I)RAKE^;V.A'GK:^)Nr  ���������������4x'W-- '-.rV-T.' ���������   7 .. - y -���������������������������-/,   v . 8������.licit-  Vlctpna, B C., 24th January, 187Z - j u  that'avisll-known I   ���������  in t/je forenoon/for Uie purpose of elecjtjnjr  a person to represent them in tiie Legislate  of fills Province ;?'abd that iu case a Pol \ u0  demanded ������������������",-M     w*   "     ������������������*- ,l'--  F������t|d alio we'd iu the ��������� wanner  L'on Ibe  ^javv  ^  a nd premises la t ely occupied by tbe, lat������ -"Son n  in     .-' - ���������    '       y        :' '      ���������'   .  will be maaardct-u red anil sold by Wkolcsala and R'  tail iu its purity, aad  ,   -  x./X  ylB  s  lowed only >ene hour in which to prepare for  their fete, ondt wheni (ie, hour ar/ived sustained themselves.courageously. One of. tlie  forty-two was bom of ���������;British j*arents, and  was I ibe rated i m media tely "afte/ his a rres t.  ���������Stwely, if there were tjo other c/use, tbe ont-  rage oo Immatiily lately perpetrated iii lh\-  ynna is sufllcient to justify at-oooe fereigrt iri-  terfereuco in Cuban affairs.   ,  I'OZJilNO DIVISIONS.-  Richfield.  Lightning. Creek,  Harvey Creek,  Keithley Creek,  Quesneimouth.  Williams Lake,  Omiueca,       .  I'OfXING PCACES.  The Con rt House.  Mr Lindhard's Saloon  '.:*   -^Van Winkle,-i'y  Mr Deigbtons.  Tlie best Liquors &  constantly kept on hand.  .ffars  iartm������nt  The Lodging ,D  Mr.   S.   Sm;th-S   StOJ-eJwili bo always carefully attended to, and the btsi  The Government Office, fepy-i18 anii��������� accommodatioa   provided-for thtir  cus  Qn*fgnelinoutb..-/���������'���������yf?n*rB' .  ." ;���������      .    *~W  is-now- oftVred for sal������ ori.to rent, with all. and  thV .     ���������'���������'-���������'-'���������-  BAR FIXTURES. BILLIARDVTABIi  I^.STOViMAMPS, TIER GLASS,��������� CL|K;"  and all the ncoo^r'ry Bar Fimmur^���������all In go'omu-  (diiioti iiitii fa. fttrjhninbiliaty brcupuacyi* ���������' |  '   t8S^ -Th is 'Sn I ui -ll Is *o w.eJ.l and 1������ von* b Jy. k n ol a������  :ioheof.t-b������ vitv t*< ��������� stands in British ���������C<diimh|tb>;   :  [.Saloun or tii-lw-f. l^"sino.������s that it requires no pullS.  '������������������:: Iimiiedfu'tc po^e������������.������>u. siv'vii-  f" .' y { -     " -.JAMES H. KKR1  x    \ ....-.,< X y. ���������:������������������ ���������   Agpnt for Uie proprioti  ; 'Qwwraclmoofb* B.C., Dee. 16, 1871. . _���������:%   dr^Sf  ���������Rtck..STR!KE.-���������tn������-pereerering eTforta of  1be Minnehaha Company on Harvey Creek  liave at last been crowned with success. As  Tneutioned in' another oolumn. they bave  titkeu-oat .over 300 oz. during the last two  witeke. awl the yield still continues.   The  -creek hna beet staked* off to within 208 feet  of  the-forks,'i.nd it is Ihought  that, t^he  : upper ground  wftl prove  to  bef very rich.  The names of the Vicky ahareholderf in tbe  2uinnehaba are Boapd Rankin. W.Turly, 1).  McNaughteu, Wm. AlV?n and T. McGee.'  Mr A. S. Rates\ bbu&fe,  150-iriile poitJ^    i  The Goventmen-V^Offiee. I  Germausen/Creek, j  Of all which every person is hereby reo/nired  to take notice and govern himself accordingly. .-   ���������  Given under my hand v** Richfield, the  Third day pf-February. One thousand  eight hundred and/eventy-two.  M- M. BALL,        j  felO .Returning Officer.  The  T  B/WKEKVILLB.  O S E &   WALKER  X  undersig^d.   wishing   to  retire  \ business,  OFFERS POR SALE  A Late telegram announces a singularly  dramatic  event.   It appears ibat the whales  have   discovered   lhat   the   pnranit   of the  whalers is too  ho*, and %y Lave retreated  Soto the Arctic ocean, and-even, it has been  recently reported, into the Fotar Sea.   The  Americana   have   followed    them    through-  Jlehritig'is Straits, aud lost summer thirlv-nme I  veiwli  were collected \n Ihe  Arctic Ocewij'-        <h vrrnv v^t������   ,  and .tUlud many whale*; An J. wil'^ M<;��������� pr,r^ *������**������  ...... ....... ' ������-!  ���������A  O*  famisiic  . JQUOfiS MB CIGASS  t .the Bar.  For particalttt, *pp)j 9li tIl# prcmh^  *������   plTf.U  i  ji6 lm     i  (Ml,   B.f.,  dm.  wn;  ER.  '*<*������ 931  week during the 8-    '       '!������aP . ���������;     .    \    \!  ^   ,r^      xyAy  ^^SHOESyyxy  Clotliii^y'-^^^ G-rpceries,  of L x,:,:^h QUAbixy,  0P y  I     --7       xAP;.: V. RKMIK. P  b.  Forsalo  viIIeft;pposi'  A���������: ��������� gi������wffmMiSBS������aBn  HE CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY,FEB.IO,. 1872.  m  wm������  life  A1111111  i  MS  lli  Mb  iiii  The Latest News.  The public are indebted to Barnard's Express for tbe following news, taken from tbe  "Colonist and Standard to 24th January:  ��������� \ry . ��������� Victoria, '-:.;;���������'  Tbe British ColumbiaIleneyolent Society  has been fully organised���������Roderick Fin I ay-  eon, President;;. H. E. Jackson, Vice-Preei-  dent..y-7-y. *���������- .-������������������-���������'lyy. -''������������������":"'.'"  The Otter sailed on the 18th January for  Skeena. ���������",  Tbe lightship, buoys at fbe mouth of the  Eraser have been carried away by ice.  H.M.S. Scout waa to remain at Esquimalt  until replaced.by a vessel of similar force.  Tbe Colonist speaks very strongly oa the  present disorganized state.of ihe mail service.  It appears tbe Dominion Governmenl have  not yet thought proper to-appoint a postal  tt^ent in this Province,    y ���������  Nanaimo coal' exports of 1871 exceeded  those of the previous year by over 5000 tons.  Capt. Melilmra, of the Victoria schooaer  Cambria, was killed by natives at the Fiji  Islands. -.. ��������� '!��������� ��������� -. v.- ��������� ��������� ��������� x-! - ��������� ������������������ ���������       ��������� ;���������   ."  jThe rebuilding of Christ Church Cathedral  is. to be commenced in the spring-. A 'splehiJid  organ is being built in England for the church  ut a .cost of $2000. ;. xyxj ������������������;. yAyy ���������Wy;: x  Mayor McDonald j^as-resigned, being about  to jro to Oltawa as��������� Senator.'"  The North German bark Mhrigpr arrived  on 17th January at EsquimaU, 139 days from  Liverpool.'*       V - V   ��������� - ':     ' ���������  Th<& Victoria papersare full of discussions  about tbe Ministry.  ;   ���������  ������������������'-��������� CANADA.^'    ���������  Qneb'ec,Jan.,10���������A beavy shook of, earth:  ���������quake was felt here at 8 o'clock lust eveiiiriif;-  lasting 5 Seconds, causing.much alarm, but  no flam a ere resulted^ The shock was also felt  i! I <������tlver pf>intn iu life, pr<> vince. r  'TWwiito.'.'Jan.. 1(5��������� FWt Garry adviceR to  the lo tli ulf:.: A*ay. there, is great excitement in  regard io ihe reported gold discoveries at  Jv������ce itiwr.-in; Ihe mountains. These ���������mines  are ub"-u! 1100 miles west of Edmonton.-���������  M'-iiei-K- Ircun Ed in on ton:--intend to leave along  wrilKtii* II B. < Yi.\*Vxproas ou dog pledge**:  'Jin* pjir.H ei|u������ct to start;Irom Edmonton  early in ihe spriug.; .-...���������   yy -  UNITED STATES.  . .J *.me������ Fisk, j������\, the Prince'of Erie, was as-  i������^.iujHf(l ni) ih������ ?th January in New York  by a maiir named ..Stpky-s. He died in n'me-  t������*en n n mites after be ing.. 8 hot. A woman was  th- cause. Stokes was immediately arrested.  Salt Luke, Jan. 4:���������Brighn'm Young' is at  home in custody of the :U. S. Marshall.  Washington; Jan. loANo little opposition  j.s beginning to be developed lo the 28th and  30th articles of the treaty of Washington.���������  The representatives'of the commercial interests of the great lakes are in Washington con-  leading that theHe provisions will have ihe  effect, if ratified, to transfer to British owners  a monopoly of the carrying trade..and ownership of the lakes and all the tonnage to British hands, inasmuch as British vessels can be  A mi It and sailed at from 3<$ to 40 per cent.  Ies* cost, in the present condition of currency  and taxation, tlmu American ve seels, and that  in view of this fact the United States will gain  nothing while giving up their own commerce  lor the mere privilege of entering American  vessels into Canadian porta.  A special to tbe Herald states that is rumored in St. Petersburg that the Grand Duke  Alexis has been married since his arrival in  America to a Russian lady whom his father  ���������opposed, and with whom it was thought shut  theattachment was broken off.  'y'll!xyyyy^  London, Jan;'-vfc<Jraye* and Rarhbbne.  ���������members of Parliament^ speeches yesterday  evening referred to! tbej^ashirigion"Treaty in  terms of the lugbest prj^Sand advocated an  alliance between Grea#>^iiin and'the.United  States. The treaty is;M^Bdiiig topic in the  House M the preseife^p* Tlw Observer  alohe opposes the treafpi;#d. says ..that the  English Ounmissioner^^>#been outwitted  and that England isbdf^Maiid-and'foot. Il  says that if the GenevfeiQArd should award  all the United States bfe^^ should claiin it  would be less iiijuriou|ifiEngiand than sentiment, and concludes.jfppan -appeal to withdraw from a treaty wtikp$ an insult to the  .���������country..'. .   ;-Jr p:  'm A correspondent of Pltt^tiri6*:itib haclan  interview with Loud. Te������erderi; :one of tiie  Geneva Board, fwrUes ;tbatyLord. TenWrden  ������ays the meeting of the Comiiiissibners is to  be beldlwitHdldsed doors^���������lyy^'yy  A special from Rerlin auys--Bis:mn;rk'v-l'iaa is  sued a:circular on French outrages commifited  <)n Prussian ������oldier8^: A-demaiutJor indein-  mty k&% been ibrw&rded' io zllAheGemm  mperor 01 "ut-TinaMj.... ?H",:',,,v,.n"*:-."v������  ) British Government r;>ffwe to the:|an  boundaryqaestion^^g^   '        fi"  Minist������rs. It is supposed tbat tbe contents of  the Prussian State paper indicate the existence of distrust in Bismavk?s mind as to the  intentions of tbe Thiers Government.  iLbndehv Jan. 11���������A terrible explosion occurred yesterday in tbe Oak wood colliery, in  Wales, while the men were at work. Maay  were able to escape, but one gang, was shut  off: and have probably perished.. Eleven men  were taken out dead, and parties are exploring tho mines for the others who: are missing.  Immediately alter this flames broke oiftrand  the extensive works and machinery were entirely destroyed. ; //.- 7.77.  I A dispatch from Berlin states..that the,:re-  presehtative of Great Britain 'jas delivered to  the Emperor of Germany   tmrnemornhdum  Juan  The Prince of  that his doctors have  and he is well erio  A  laBt  movement  P. J.--Smith, ������.^^������w .......  v.:.-^,   ,   ,,....,^.  supporters of the ���������mpvement^^- profe^n  of H0,000 persons, bearing T^i%fbann^| d  accompanied by..:ntimerous.,l>&aris of H^c.  marched through: ih������ princijj^ streeilSud  baited at Daniel O'Connell s nionumf nt. ^lere  sevehil speeches were mado.; Isaac Butt efjbke  ���������f the many wroi 1 gs I nfI icferl ii poh Ireln nd,  end urged the raising of the oppressed nation.  from the dust. He was severe:in his denunciation of the Marquis of HarUngton and the  Lord Lieutenant of Irelawd; ? A banquet was*  given to Butt this evening, w^ien"200 persons  were present. Butt announces that he will  ficbt the Home Utile campaign in the House  of Commons, and claims for- Ireland all its  rightful industrial and municipal privileges.  Paris, Jan. 11���������The 'members of the parly  of the Left in the Assembly a>e: making preparations for presentation to that body of a  demand for a declaration of both th������f provisional and definite establisbimient of the lie -  pubitci ��������� ' ��������� ���������.       .'������������������'  ��������� y'y    yy' ':"\p  The Minister of Finance'-will in two weeks  pay a fourth half milliard of the German war  indemnity,.  It is reported that Thiers has requested  Gambetla to-discontinue his public addresses  in the South of France. A iilalicious rumor  intimates that ihe- request was made at tho  bidding oiBmmnrk.; y^Pp .7^.;.  A committee to-day reported to the.Assembly a bill for the releaso of oil Communists  now confined in the hulks who are not guilty  of criminal acts.  A mortuary statu*; to the memory of the  men of Gen. Bonrbaki^ army who perished  after their retreat into -Switzerland*. \w un-  veile������l at Lucerne to-day in presence of CO00  people.  The arms taken by the Prussians from the  French, nod subsequently sold to the Belgians, have been secretly purchased by tbe  Internationals.  London. Jan. 15���������The hearing of the Ticbborne case  was resumed  to-day.   Sir John  Colerida* opened for the defence.   He  said  testimony  that  they proposed to offer would.  ������how  that claimant was a conspirator, u perjurer and a forger���������in fact, a common imposter and a villain.   That Baigent and Carter.  his accomplices, were dimply  unscrupulous  rogues and concei;l.ors of this stupendous imposture.   The speech .of  Ihe  distinguished  counsel  was received  witli applause, which  waa immediately suppressed.    The counsel  then read a number, of letters showing tbat  the real Sir  Roger Ticbborne was a refined  gentleman ;   in point of fact the very oppo- j  site of the claimant, and announced that he  would call among other witnesses for the defence a nobleman who had tattoed the genuine Sir Roger, and would also produce upon  the stand the cousin of Sir Roger. Madame  Radcliffe, who would swear to tbe. fact that  the claimant told * falsehood in nsserting that  he had ever bad illicitintercourse witb her.  It is reported that the Mordaunt divorce  case will soon be re-opened, with the Prince  of Wales as co-respondent. Another divorce  case has also been filed, on the trial of v-hteh'  the'Duke of Edinburgh will appear as co  respondent.  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  WIU JAM CKKKK..   '  The Forest Rose <#). still continue rockincr.  The. Ballarat co. have been ��������� shifting their  dump and sluice boxes preparatory to working new ground.      ' ;'���������-.,     ,' - .;  yy. y    -    THB MlUDOWS.".;��������� ���������'."''���������:  The Lane k Kurtz co. continue sink ing.-1--,  Last week  they, .parsed, tbrongb ii strata of  clay,', aud Are! now-going tbroiigb. gr&vel and  well washed boulders.. ...  ��������� J A(JK. OR CIX'BS CltKKK. -;..--_���������.>  The Two Sisters co. washed up'40 ezJ last  week. !but at. the present time are working  short-handed.   The.Discovery co. washed up  29-oz.   '.     ��������� K ���������-' ; yyy     \p ���������  x xyy-.  '-FftKNCH CRKKK. ''  : The .Ambrose co. are a bou tio resnrn^ work,  and have en I led for tendersfox running their  tunnel ahead.   .. Ay  py.ll OROCSK CKEK/K.y  The Tai ism an co. a ro m a k i n g oy e r wages  arid expenses, running thidr dirt orit of a tunnel about .2000 feet Jong. The Weldon co.  have started a new shaft. Tin; liefou co.have  put in a dump-box and slarted. w-asliihg^ yA  company op Chinamen are working the old  Black Hawk grouud.  '  .     '  > pply.  y ANTLKK-CttRKK.  ^    .  , * The Eureka co. are blasting rock ������f the  bottom'of tlieir shaft. Tlie Loihair co: have  starledto work:in their drain. The Prior co.'  are inkkipg good progress with their -drum.:  ;'','��������� lUUVKV .CKK1CK. ���������   -.V"''.''"  ;  The: Wintie.baha co.^in the last two weeks  took out over, 300-oz. ���������:���������': ���������:���������,���������'.������������������������������������'        ��������� <  / :- ->-'  AtBicbfield. Wm.feieek from 25tb Jan. to 7lh  Feb\v.. taken al D a.m. each day, sh(������wing the  highest aod  lowest range fur preceding; 24  .bpuru": -���������:.' '���������   ,.-:  :'��������� --: yh ��������� y       ���������Ayx ' -'���������'.'  ��������� yjyx  'Max..'.:/::--:x- His. ; :* y.-lA ���������'  Jun u ary ��������� ?5 -~ IJ 4' a bo ye ?>P ro,. 8 ab 0 ve zero.  1 '   '"' 26-AM) abbvezero,   ix-yyl-y*.  ���������yy 27-sh  <.  4.  S above .v:  ; 28-429  - .< .  ���������-.. :. (, ';'  9  -V   ii '':'--������������������ U-:  J             29-28:  ������t.  .     il    '  ��������� '5:  -    **' ������������������ '   - ���������'     ''!:  :���������'-������; 30i4-28..:  ....  -.'-,    ������������������ ���������������������������  ,2:  below Keroi  ;-. ....-   3I7-21  >i  ���������  *.(- :  ������������������-.'  1  above-Eero.  February^l^29  H   .*���������  . 4(    ���������  xx. 9  *. - ��������� . ���������������������������  .    :' -xy -2^30"  - lt   .������������������  .."..ii*  .  '���������-.y. 1.below zero.  ..   y,* 3^-30  n  tt  719  "-.���������.-. ���������<. ���������';      -   ������*.-7  i   V   .   .7 4^-10  : *'   ���������  **  10  .���������/ tt.:;. -.pit '  . . :!Py'^M:~l5.:  ������.  a  .     :7  :��������� u -������������������   a \.  .���������<;���������!������.  li  . ii ���������  ���������   8;  .-���������;-<������. ���������       >**   ;.  ������������������'-- "7���������4  H  . a  18  il      .   ������(  LETTER FROM HARVEY CREEK.  EnrroR Skntinkt,:���������There is a -scarctlv of  provisions in this section of the country.  Will aot the Government do something towards opening a good road from the 150 mile  post ri gh t th rou gh to Ha 1* v.e'y C reetr ? O n I y  a miserable trail now exists, which is impnsPr  able at most seasons of the year. Provisions  are necessarily higher than they f ho old be,  nnd in many instances wir have to 'subsist on  poor and scanty food. If we bad a good road  from the 150 we could get.ifn pleoXy of gnods  at a reasonable rate, but as it is oni: prospecting is greatly re larded by scarcity of pro  visions.  A n>;iuTr Okesx Mikeb,  Tib; Om a ft a Linn.inv Lottbry. ���������Four days  ���������November 6, 7...S aud 9-���������were occupied in  drawing for prizes in this lottery.   Tbe honesty of the  transaction  was attested by the  Governor and many leading men of the State  of Nebraska; and the conduct.of the. whole  affair appears to have given entire satisfaction.  As.:a good many tickets aro held  by parties  in Cariboo, we publish  from the official list  the numbers which drew the largest prizes.  No. 51)01)8 won $20,000 : No. 29273. $15,000 ;  No. 3(1932, $10,000 ;   No. 1237h'.  $5000;  No  23119,  $3000;   No. ������S580, $2000.   Each of  the. following  numbers drew  $1000 :���������935,  2009, 8090, 9735. 13551. 30907, 38793.. 48701,  76829, 7221U    The following numbers drew  $500:--lS()l.   12151.   11096,   25873,   38610,  45172, '15647, 624; 52. 5*1.38, 53446, G5993.  72807.80574,87971.   Each of the  following  numbers drew $250:���������10852, 29314, 24857,  3S:534, 0309L 70228, 77.1  52,  81047.   The  rest, of the prizes were from $100 down,, and  are too numerous for publication.     ,.  UonuKityi^Oii; the  night of 'Friday w^fcV  the dump-box of the Cariboo co. \?n* robbed. '  Tbearaoiiut supposed tor have been itoWo.'  was fabout 64^02.   Mengwho would commit  such a depredation as this would not sbrinfev  from heavier crimes, aud it ia to be regretted  tbeycannotbe brought to the bar of jnstibe  and made a public example of.:     ���������'"���������'.':;y  Tub jRiVKR.���������About three, days-arioceuv;  pied in going down the ��������� Fraser from . Yal������-,  There are five places;i where -tbeM river is  blocked with ice, which is rotten and nnsal������������^  Mr Lesh was?-, not the -ion ly one wlm .fell r6  t h ro tigby but ap far no se r i 0it s ��������� acci den t h as  bappened^ ''" >xpp- A .A- x!\  xpyxypyy- :������������������  ������������������  '���������. Th ii Ma ir. arri ved^ori ��������� Satu rdiiy, Feb. 3d  with two pftssenjjj$|s I roiii ���������Quesnel aioii I li ^  Mr and Mrs NVal������:-uud' two childrehT-aiid;  left; on the f6tltVwihg:^ie>4ay/witfi' Mr A:j  Hoffman as piissenger for Quesneimouth. TmV  lates t ii e wsp a pe f dates h rough t by lb is m ril l  were fro 111 Yictorm"i'ip to January lOib. , :   :;  i  PF.usoNAr;.���������Senator McDotiii 1(1 j 1\. Wiillaoo,. .  M.P., and Mr James'Lesh,' left Victoria by tho:  Prince -Alfred; whicir- sailed- on ' Hie 25thi���������;  Senato r Ca rra 11: "a h d 11/ Nuth a a,   jv,, M. P.'v.  wheii last hcajd ft^m^^ Dec-  ;  'iOtij Mr irOppehheimer^^  :ri*v'y:-' y'A:yxy:.yxy>yxy, yyyy, y,  Sin Cuaiilks , 1) 11.KK. ���������Thiri honoruble hnry  b.ue.t, after his speech .agajust Jty^  'Is so much condemned by the Khglish ��������� press,-:  attempted to epenk at I>er by' on. I and tenure ���������  ref0ruit in 11 .tlie public there -were ;eo " hostile  to bii'u that:he was not allowed to.proceed.  ; A"iiii 1 vkd 1 \ V icfp hi a*.WMessrs. Ltih e, Hit n������  ter and Thompson, who left Barkcrvillo on  tho 19tii/January by Barnard's ExprcHS^ar-  rived safely iriT Victoria:;^he"party wero ;4������  davs inaking if.the trip; dowit ihe ri ver,.and :  feache^ New Westmiidster on r -the ���������* 30.1'b of  January. -v-' .xy_y:_ ';������������������.���������' .'.-��������������������������� '...= -'.'���������''���������������������������"'��������� ;y.":-'..':  ; Mar iu a e b LiOEXSBS.---A number, of. these'  most ''in teres! ing "doenmen ts h ave beeu . r������-  cei.ve d at the Co 11 rt ji o use.,. A11 yp i 1 rig m eii  and maidens desiring to enler into the blessed  and fell c itous boiid 0 f m at ri m ooy! w 111.110 w .  find ho obfitagle ih their way.   \ '        *'    .  A The -Surveying Pauit.���������A party :of fivo  White men and seven Indians started from  Barkerville on Tuesday morning with, dogs  and sleighs, to pack provisions from tlieupp������r  end of Big Lake, where tho goods are cached,  to the camp on the Fraser..       -  TiiH .Chinksk Shooting. Cask ���������Ah Cheen;  the ChiDainun charged with shooting, willi  intent to kill, was again remanded lor tho  production of further evidence.  Tije Chinese   New  Year   commenced; mi  Thursday last, and was duly celebrated by  the Celestials..    ��������� :y     . ������������������ ��������� '  Tub Nom 1.\ATiox.^-On Monday uekt, at the  Court House, Richfield, the electors will be  called on to propose a candidate to represent  them in tlie Legislature. Mr Walkem is the  only candidate in the field, and we have no  doubt that Im will be returned by acclamation. The writ will have to be returnedtto  Victoria bet ore. Mr Walketn can take his seat  and as this cannot happen before the. 25th  of February, the-meeting of the Legislature  will most likely be further postponed. "' .  Omaha   LbrrKRV-r^A  prize of'$500'-was,  diawn by a small club got up in Barkerville.  Safk.���������Messrs. O'Reilly and Wright arrived  ���������afely iu Victoriu.   ���������  /Kootknai.���������The members who have been  returned "for. this district are Messrs, Tod and  Mara. This return completes tbe list of mem-  bet '*������. with the exception of the one to be  elected for Cariboo.  lUitN'AHirs Kxi'Rkss arrived yesterday forenoon. "Mr Keid eamfi up from Que* i������el* The  down Ejpvcas loaves on jsundsy.  ^s#* T11 k 11 a 11; it o a n Stork ^53^  (nearly opposite the Government As^ay  Office, Barkerville).���������This store has been  opened by Mr Q/A. HoUemeier in connection  with his score in Victoria, with the. largest,  an d bes t assn' rt m en t of, bo*>ts * an d sh o es e v er  brought to Cariboo. He bdti introduced a  novelty in the form of warm Winter Bonis  lor both ladies and gentlemen. Leather and  Shoe F i ridi n gs and G rocer i es a re a 1 so k e p.t  on hand. Boots made to order, from betfl  materials, ior$LA per pair. Repairing nt!������fly  done..' '��������� 'v''.r ".'!"��������� ��������� y  y&u  OUR   ENVELOPES : 7  Prop e r ly S ia m p e d \ are u 0 w .red ts ce il 16  12 l-2jGeiits each, or $10  for 100.  Our A^t?nts at va j places nso'.-.all fliilgf������nr.������������ is ������<*���������** *iZ  that leiier?* ������re promptly leru'JtVihHi to -pointri b^jo������������4.  x h o tvji n Li'r s m z ���������' r vw &m. ���������''  yy  ^  .. ft'.'-  m  m  ���������   :   ?  sa_Li  ������ mamujiLM! mwa������ 1    ���������*!- ..,������������������.    ,  yilltr  ;^77  ;y^7 ���������������������������  71:  -���������'���������-���������i*������:-..-k-=V=.    -"������������������  <e  fik*.  J ��������� ��������� .  ���������-��������� ������������������ -.-- ���������������������������~r. T^~^^^^=^^^g^S!^!gg^ggm���������t^gBj"^^  AAA ��������� "  X  yyyy : ;  .''^MM'yi''/'  ':^/yMy:iy::l *'.  x   V*'i  yyiyyi  -rPyxA  ... X- ,.<i A\  ,A SraquLAK AccipsNTAt Dkath*���������A Biogu-  1 a r story pf lm baccideritai death is reported  by ta'e;;French papers.   A young man.of 23,  liybjg.pear;X^rlesas; who; figured as -a yolun^  iej^n Ae.^i-my ,of .the,.Loire, was lately:in-  -vlted ito a .birthday7-festiyal by an iunole in  the Rue^augirar^, Paria.ii;Thebanquet was  ���������gay;;and the youthful berpenliventd the cob-  iyersatio'n by recouhting his bair:breadth.ies.-  ���������enpes during the war, and how:i he was extr;-  catedj with4iffieultygalive from--a heap; of  dead and dyiag.   He< was' congratulated bn  2iis good luck, and it was /the ganeral opinion  that be was born under a fortunate star. The  party had scarcely adjourned .to the drawing-  Toonr*, v/ben the volunteer of tho A Loire, re*  tnembeyed that he h������d left something in the  'dining-room, a nil went back to look for It.  In a dark passage he met a maid iervant car-  Tying t\ pile of plates.   From tlie middle of  Jtii.e pile there stuck out tho blade of a carving  %ri\fe, agaiuat the sharpened ,poitit of which  h$ ran. The end of the hand jo pressed ag alnst  tbo girl's cheat,  and, the i'Shpcrincurabei t  weigh t of pi a tes gave fch e w,eap o n a dead ly  ijHpelus.  The steel entered the: youngiman's  breast and.so severely wounded himy tbat; lie  died in a few. minutes, after .he had told his  friends how the acciderU happened;; pp.p.  747. : '4-  '���������'���������7' ��������������� '  'A  -4:xA%r:  - yjxyxm  mwmi   :  ���������ry-.    -U A^ ������������������   - l& ���������  '���������yXi  /���������\.x ��������� y^-  yy^l.y  ilil i ^  y!y������xyy y*  ���������*  '���������ti-.  Xx  mm::pmx - x-.yxyyyy  ���������77 '������������������'.'; .'-7''7.7.7 .' ' ���������    ,'   :  :-'- '..-..������������������'.   '7,.  yyiJxyp.   y p:p_x-.    ���������  y''.-.r,y. '���������'-,  111  ii!  liSp  xyyyy  ���������������������������&H,S.  ���������.���������X:X  i ���������[>.  ymm  y A DbcToirAS.is.A BpvroiuyA self-sufficient  Jiumbiig who took up the business' of 'physi  . -c i an a nd pre ten d ed to a deep ir, n o wi edge 6*  . the healing art, was called *tpon fo visit a  ilyoung man with apoplexy^ Bolus gazed long  -and hard! feltl^is pulse and pocket, looked at  :bis tongue and His wife, and fetal ly gave vent  'id the foil owing': ���������'     ��������� ..=   -/'  .   \**������ihl-ulche's a gone fellow!'5 :       'xx -A:  lAp^p., no^^exciaimei the sorrowful wife,  . ^Vdo nptsay fchafcy1      >���������     !       ' ���������'-���������    A*J  ;. ^ Yes," returned . Bolus, lifting up bia hat  .and;eyes heavenward at the same time, < yes  ?' do say s^,f there.arn^anyf hope.:nbt theieaVt  ^niter-be's ;got an attack of nihil flit inbis  ilose frontis���������7 ! r  t ** $rhero ?-V cried the startled^wife.'  !f ?n hK)^������ fronts, and can't' be cured  "}7Vf501?fc some troifble an cl a ��������� great "deal of  ^^ris^ Yon seci life whole: palefeary system is  ^eranged: ,fusbly?.'bis vox popu  on his advalbrurh ;' secondly, hi3 cntacarpial  ^ntaneont-har'^H^  Inore | -thlrtilvmnd Jastly,,his soiarribbs'are  ^n a;c^nc\issed state ; and'hei ain/tgot any  -.noneyy consequently he.%bound :tbMeJJ iy.  Hkhrtngs am) MiinBUGEs.���������The connexion  between herrings and marriages may not be  obvious io -sdli bat the  Scottish  registers  . mo ke i t dear .ea ou gh.   Xa the returns for the  , third quarter^f 1871 thei^is^rar; of Fraserburgh stages tb&t the.herring fishery was very  successful, and the value of the catch,-.including casks and curing^ may be set j down at  ������130.000 sterling, and the marriages were SO  per cent, above the average.   On the other  lafid. the Regisfcrarypf Tarbat has to report a  steady falling off in the fishing at that creek,  and -conseq u ea tl y the qu ar ter p assecl without  an en try; iri the ���������marriage register:'The Regis-  fcrar of Loc hgi 1 ph ead'/"al so reti i rhs tli a t the  herring fishery has been a failure in the loch,  and states tliat this accounts for,the blank in  the marriage column this quarter. One Registrar in bis return,for the quarter, reports marriages in his district, " like angels' visits, few  find far. between ;,; < at the flshing villages it,  may be put more briefly--ho herring, no j  iweddihg.y.'-. ,'."���������-.V.' -'. ���������-"���������  .  ���������; The Two Gheat TuNXKi^.^The following.  fltatementof the dimennipns.cost, etc.; oftbe  EXPRESSES, STEAMERS, &c. *  ;pUR   ENV SLOPES yy.  Properly Stamped, are now reduced to  12 1>2 Gents each^ or $10  MISCELLANEOUS. "v  Oiir; ARenls at way plaecs use all elillgpnce ia seeing  ili.it' iouore ara j,vrw;anily lor warded "to poiats beyond  iiy  rt"NT  ���������iJm  idlie  / A; pimtxjx���������;JVitxkss in an ac(;jon for assaul t  and^battery.mixed things up c'ensfderably in  giving.hw'.account of tha affair. After relat-  1 hgi how Dennis came to ^bim and struck him,  he proceeded������������������'* So, ye'r honor, f-Jiist$iau1ed  ^ off-.and /wipeS his"'jaw. Just then his dog  icum along, and I Bit him again." p " Bit the  <\ogVJ: M 'No, - ye r 'h en or, h it. Dennis. ' And  ih en I up Md a isturi and thro wed: it at him,  and' it rol 1 ed * hf ni over an cl o ver."./:'" Th rew  ��������� a stone at Dennis'V   u At the dog, yer honor,  and he got u\) and bit me again,"   "Tbe  )$og'fA  % No, Dennis. And wid that he stuck  his tail betwixt his legs and run off."   ������������������ Den-  two'great tunnels of the world is interesting:'  y Mont Oeiiis Tunnel���������Length. 12,236 me*  tre's,' or nearly 8; nil I es; wid th ,2.6 feet S inches;  height,;20..f^  pied in.conetructioni 9-years ; number bf men  eriiployed;;about 2,0G& -;:i    /-'yi/'y>., y  1 Hoosac  Tunnel���������Length,' 26,061 feet, or.  ^boutJ|.1miles..}.'^ high; j  ;cbst; ab o u t', $9,000,000.; ti me ��������� of const rii c tioh,  wh ������,n cpmpletod, nearly 20 years ^ num her of  men empJoyed^���������;;aj>^ut;:'"7p0;:3at /:.pap<agin"^ :;biit  much less during most of the time the work  has been prosecuted.    !   :���������: ;      . 7 ,r  .;.' The chief * engineering id ifflc u 11 ies, at tending  the icons true tion of the Hoosac tunnel Have  :l)een overcome,'and the amount of progress  In a-given time can now be so accurately  preS icted tb at th e en g\ beers-and. ih e co n trac-;  tora "have, /no doubt that the work-will be ooia--  pleted before the - lotb.pf. -Msirch; 1874, the;  date^nam ed^u 'the.-c'pn tract. ������ '--���������  :\> XI  vBtrnM^  Mi  .....   ;;THK"-.,;CT TOIB^H-": ���������  y -i-^yfi Ty.E BI.-ST STO,CK;!::";  ���������yy.'-my USB-'^HB' inSTCOXCHESlv'.'.  HAV^rTOW/Mi^T COMPETENT DRIVERS'  -���������:... -y-^O THE LARGEST BUSINESS!  i^  S.:^E;i^D,;:0F  ���������*���������-���������������������������.���������.������ *<r-  'MISCELLA^EOTft  ?r.,-U.-VL M!_t^J. 1 ���������.������������>  JUS  VI  i '��������� .'-������������������'. ���������',-.  yy  '* No. the dbg.   And; when he came  back &l:tse ho got me dewn and pounded nte,  ,yer honor.77  '" The dog came back at you?"  .^.No, Dennis, your honor, and'he'isn't hurt  any at alI/;-" Who isn't hurt?"   "The dog,  yer honor." '   '  m  f Wmroi'T an JS<icMr.���������Heaven help the man  who hVmglnes-lie^eah dodge enemies by trying "to please everybody.   If anchv an. individual ever'Succeeded, we"should be glad of  it���������not'that one should he going through tbe  world try ing to find beams to knock and  thump hie   head   ngalmtf,  disputing every  man's-opinion, fighting and elbowing, and  crowd ing all  who  differ from him." That,  ogfftin; ib anofehc'i' extreme.   Other peopls liave  their opinions���������so have yon ; don't fall into  ���������the error of. supposing they wili respect you  more for turning your coat every day to  in atcb  the co 1 or of t hei rs.   Wear you r o wn  colors in spite of winds and weather, storms  .and sunshine.   U costs the/vacillating and ir-  HAY fi" l> een ��������� r dques'ied b y s eve ral respectable, par-  ities, wb������ ckh tasti ty to the efficacy of my systeirj,  to again make public the fact tlial       "J!  Moses' Hair Invigorator  wizi pheVrnt baldness.  7;   RESTORE HAIR THAT IS BECOMING THIN"  i  OR FALLING OFF, ami etfoctuallv * ������������������-��������� ���������  CUKE SCUKF OR DANDRUFF.  ,rhIs i s ao* a. more. assertion on m y. part,:as I hav<J  in my possession numerous testimonials certify ing to  tbo success of my remedy..  S \\o not of cour.se pretend that I can make the hair  prow on heads which have beeu ihilcl for .years.; but  E \rill guarantee to atop fclu* hair Irorn falliug off, to  the reuse i is gr o wth, a h cl ett'e cl u al Iv remove Scurf or  DaadruHV >X-- W!. D. MOSES,   ,  ...-���������- Barkerville,B.C7  '!'   iOERTIFICATE.    -. y'"';  This is tc certify that ������.l u ring last spring niy hair  was rapidiv fall ins; oat and my liejirt was fast bocoirt'.  intj iiald, when I applied to 'Mr W. 0. MOSES, Barber,  Barkerville, who in a few.weeks restored my hair to  its former healthy state DA VID GIBB0N5 ["  ,-Barkcrvjllo ^e'c. 20.1866 ������*MI:/  ^REMEMBER ������������������.THis'r^  '/TravelieW by the -FAST-iiNB ^SAVE  FROM TWELVE;; TO. TWENTY I)0LLAKS  ;by i not lo ite ring,. as o th ei* lines, do, on this  -road.;-.,,        ... 7;77 :.       :: ������������������: ;���������'''-:   V. y-.-i ���������'���������' ���������  ;:i-jei-7'../y.' ',y, y.pl V^/.I^JyrBAENAa^',..,,  ���������G-e������om  ���������AESYING/yEER i;MA^rTY}S;��������� &n%  Will leave Barkeryillo     ;    ;y  ;-:? -ONCE EVERY.POKTNIGHTy y  WR. TALEu% INTERMEi)IA^TE TLACEH.  "VGEROVY-i; JOHNSON'S^  Express ;an<i Stage; Linte  '1 OARRTKS       ,  LETTERS, TREASURE. VMTAJ A BiLES;       '  ' ���������"',','    EXPRESS FREIGHT ASD PASSENGERS  AT    REDUCED    RATBS.  jgfg=* Collect ions,. Commissifmsniid (Tcncnti Kxpress  b us i ness done w j th pu nc tual i ty an A His pa tch. .  'J8������? Office of the On ri boo Agency at  (DAVID -KITRTZ.'S STOKE.  0g23 . Barkerville.  tho FLORENCE is tho best Sowing  Machine for Family use, because. It  so seldom gets out of order,,, if there  Is one riot working well In  CALIFORNIA,,'.":'. v;    ��������� ���������   ,V:- '..  ;      OREGON, ;     :  washington territory} '  : , : Nevada, : .::.?..'.';"'.:  ^y----A0Mdr!y. '-'-.-��������� ���������y...!yyyyyi..  A-   ��������� ALASKA,- x ;::.'^^.v: ' ���������*.* y, .V  y    BRITISH COLUMBIA, y ,,  'ixiy.--Mexico,: yyyy' y^yiPyy!  ��������� ;y ��������� .."j apan;-v; :y ������������������; :,i;'.:\;;; ���������. y. ;/���������../,:;-.-y,y -.;:.:'  Or CHINA, if .Informed of It, I Will;  yr!!k:it without any expense!\o. theiy  ..owner. ....'.-    ,,;i...,'. ly'.'./..; %  1 HoVlO ��������� Montgomejy ��������� B^etJ-JBorlth#  0MD HOTEL BUILiSIHS,  X Py:. ������aMTJ^RANCISCOjyplAL, '''���������������= ;���������,  :.   V S e n d fo r C i r c u I a rs a nd s a m p I esi; o f  the work. /Active Agents wanted, in,  -- ^eveiy place.'.'; +.        v  :; y![-:iyS:'fi';^  jelOfim Victoria, 11.0.  Y&ik w *  ?   -15  ./; LEA.;& PERBIHS' ii/  ; ���������   ���������Calobratt'<t  WORCESTER SHIRE    SAUOS  Declared pyConuolgscursto be  ...  .THE   ONLY   GOOD   SAUCE,  i  %a  ���������e.  IKI  A  Mji  0LA'V-i  BARKERVILLE,  SION'5.STOKA4E.  Qroeeries, Provisions and  t*  3 RPO T.  y o r  A. GILMOE]  ip  Wi  n.  G07BRNMENT STREET, VJ.CTOBIA, Yll  AS ON HAND, AND TS CONSTANTLY receiving a  I S"Lyf?hINGS'. wbrch i)0 !s P^P^ed to make l������  ftmepitt the most approrcd styles.  ���������resolute ten timns the." trouble to wind and i W*cm th*.moil {wr0Tecl 3t^s- ' '" '  ,shum������ and iwM. than it fT������ Imn^f J>ftni I ;<������" PHrli/8 on William Creek cun imv  ���������5nd������������-nden^ to ^ V- aoes Uonest} manlj]������wb������������ utkoii byMrMcCaifum, Hrtm-ml  " * [;1 m iiC6 t0 ^d4 its ground,      ��������� j   A9r Mlw&*T* (t9womb9^km9t\v l.tL  *&yS  avg their  e  tea 4Ml t-ft  MINERS AND TRADERS v/lilfind itto their ad-  Wx vantage to purchase at this Store -, where there Is  lUim ASSOETMEHT;������F' 600BS  P.C.the-xm' best d������script-jon'on baud, and- die ft^sfe  c(mstaatry*rcplenishedby now arrivals   TheWonrie-  .    .   'V'.. tor will solJGooits  '���������'   ��������� ���������'������  AS CHEAP AS ANY IN"  CARIBOO.  Orrtors promptly filled an(i ^nvnrried wtlb.^spaceb.   J--W. MNDHARB.  Van Volkenburgli &~Co  ���������W*  v  lARKERVILLE,   Rl'CHFIELD"  ���������Ann���������  VAN WINKLE.  Caution against Fraud.���������The ������ucccs? or this  iii o? t ,iit'l ic i ou s aii iliim r.j v;i 1! ed Con d I m en L ha r iiig  cause il certain dealers to apj>l3F iihe name of *.* W.orces*  ttrr? h i re fAaucu* * to their ow n in Peri ur com poii n d s, tli*  puiilic is hcscUy iul'ormed tJiiitttic only way to|������Ri*  curi* Lbu irenuinOj ia to  ASK FOR  LEA  Sc  PEKI^INS,   SAUOS  ami loses that their nainesare upon the *wrai*Tkr  u ijk ls , sroi'i' un i and huttle -- ��������� ���������  ..bjomeol the foreign niurkets having been supplied  with a spurious WorcestcrsltireSauce.npon the..wnip^  per a nd 1 a be 1 s of wit Ich t j i o na m es of Lea anVi pcrrio���������  hav e h een' forgo d, L.- an d P. g i v e notI ce t hat tbey  have furnish.t;d their correspondents with power of  a t to rn e y t o t a k e i n b ta n t proceed i n gs ago ins t manp*  h'AcvvufiS s an d vkndobs o I Su ch, or any other inn ta������  tienshy which t]]eijrighI nmy'hoIafringed.  Ask for LKA & PERRIES' Sauce and see  Name on Wrapper, La Del, Bottle; aiid  Stopper;        /'..-': .'���������;,'  \v h oi esa 1 e. a n tl for export b y th e Proprietors, Wor-  ces I.ft r; 0rosst��������� an d Bla ckwol 1. 3>o n d on, ^c*, kc.; ������nd  hy Grticer>; s il 11011 men u u iver?o 1 ,ly.  P> MANETTA,-  Miners' P^ s'yision Storej  .B.A% :,.^VIlJLBi .     :  A SUPPLY OF THE  wot of fie  1    ALWAYS ������K HATO.  AT THIS 3TORB W-  i'i.   we 11-selected sto������:  7-ALWAYS BH F0UNJ? A  ytlie  Freshest  0:y?ocerxes  ProYisioni^ in.   '  1    B.BST JaJI^A COFFEE  Roa'ste d ac d.������ ro a ad rtaif*,  BllICI SIm it MSf: CIAI  Whero 'i ffood asaorfaienr, of Goods will always W  found., -.,''.'  I trust hj strict attention to bimioess and fair a������*  equnrp denting to.merit a contlnnanoe ^ tke lib������w  V&tms&g* kwevafyw ejMLe&ttM to rae,  ���������  ���������Hi  Hhteh.  ^:  UBI  SS!^^  jAv.s  i^e  *


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