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 S������3l  1  G^S^y^^P^rriary 8, X873.  No: 15  ; fPJIME  TuMi^������Jey������ry Saturday by  ROBERT    HOLL01AY,  Subscription:,, ;��������� vi 50 Cents per Week:  7   ;'^R������ITS9pF/ADV8SmPIN������/   ..'  For one aqnarejonelucu), nrMltwnlon,  *��������� '*   '��������� '������������������;. one mouth,'  .  for two squares, flrstins^rtloti, ��������� -��������� .  ���������*. <4-     one month,, ������������������  ���������   ��������� ���������.  5  8  ���������1704.  1704  1452  1500  Agents for the " Cariboo Sentinel."  V������ra Winkle,....' '���������  QuasnM mouth, '  Porta Creek,  rMntnu.    -  Y*\*.       -       ���������  N#������w Westminster,  Victor^,   ���������      *  f.. P. Vteher,   ���������  :  Bfcin h Co.,  G. Street,  ��������� .     - .    AD. MnTnnes.  R arn ft r^* Express  Bn ni ������H' s Kxpr***  Barnard'������ Express  do do  Jvtfm Murray  ���������       MrWphstcr.-  San Frnneisco  Pan Fmncieco  SOCornhiFu, London, F.-C.  T H ������\ 0 A WBOO SENTINEL  Curds. Circular*.-Poster* and Proj^rflpnmPBfor  Ball* and Theatrical Entertainments  /say^Tecntert with n^atnwand dwpatch.^g^  Terra* moderate.  /"���������'������������������     THE ESTIMATED : ;  E-rrr<*vTy:s of the total Exppnflrtnr? of the*  Prorinoo of British Columbia-for the year  *ndinjr Dec: SI. 1873.  Ctr'lT, GOVKRNJiaKT.  lit. Govprnor'fl Office :  Private Secretary, $1200  Wt"4sen&er.V..:;;;: hiy-^^'i* \^: 3G0  Office contia^enoiea, ���������     100;  New WeBtmm������ter~Gaolerr$li64 ?;As-, v  fihtant Gaoler, 912 ;  senior Convict  Guard, IMS j Convict  ,..', Medical Officer, 400; CoBatafele'and  Gwl������r,Burra^  ''���������' KOOTlKAXANDCOLUHBIi.  Clerk, Cewftable, Recorder,- &������,? r  CottStefcle g������4 Gaoler, Perry Creek,  Clerk of Records     t;   ���������  Chief Coaatabl������ a*d Collector,  Constable and Gaoler,  Constable and Gaoler,  .    .   ���������;-,     OHIXKCA, .  Gold Commissioner (provirion*!},  Clerk of Record*.  Constable si Port E&ai&gton,  .���������������������������-,���������....-   ��������� i \ -  TAT.S AND KAMLOOPg,  Conwlafele and Gaoler tX Yale,  Do. do.    at Kamloops,  KANA1MO.  Constable, Gaoler and Govt Agent,  ASSAY OFFICB, CAB1BOO.  Assayer,  If titer.  Lunatic Asylmnr-Siiperintend't.1104;  Keeper. 720; Cook; 360; Matron,  600 ; Medical Officer, 400, Total, $3184  Legislation���������Expenses of  Elections,  500 ; contingent fund, 1200. Total, $1700  Education���������DistrictSchools, Including     ;  Boarding School in, Interior $40,000  Immigration, 5000  Miic^llaneou* Survey* throughout the  Province, 10,800  Rents���������-Government House, Victoria,  48 60; Boat House, Nanairao; 36;  Gaol, Comox, 60 ; Oraiaeca, 300.  Transport���������Freight on remittance of  Treasure, 500 ; actual travelling expenses of Officers on duty, 5000;  K>op of Government horses throughout the province, 300.  Government Hou*e, Victoria���������Repairs  to building, 800;  Furniture, 6Q0 ^  1704  1000  $1008  1008  1300  $2000  1200  ^Hospital, Tioteria^     ���������'' [' '>' $5340  Hospital, ^ew'WeBtmlni^r,. 350<j  Caflhbovv':���������V/^���������.'^,;?_���������'���������' '; ������������������;;���������'���������'.'���������"���������/ ' 40(H)  Defldinte poor and sick throughout.  '.::;'the province,'' ':"��������� ;.'''"'".';*; v"''"'" " 500  MraOBliAKKODS ��������� 8K&VICB8.  $14340  Agricultural Societies throughout the  ; Provinoe, $600; destruction of  wolvef and panthers. 350 ^ Insurance  of all Government.bridges. 850; Tel'  egrajms, 500; Postagt, 1200; Fire  Department Cariboo. 600 ; Mech&n? .  ice!. Institutes���������Victoria, 300; New  We?fminater. 250; Nanaimo, 250;  Cariboo, $250; Miscellaneous ser������  Vices, not detailed; 2000 ; Stationery, ���������  fuel, and light 6500; compensation  and salaries to officers whose ser;  vices may be dispensed with, 6000;  Road tools and implements, 500;  Road tax, Commissioners, 2000;  Fees to Justices .of the Peace and  Constables, 2000; Copies nf Maps for Regi������������ ^  trar, 360'; Copying: dispatches for Dominion  <5ovorntnent,*500; Library. Legislative rinil  Jlepartmpntal, 1000;l Drawbacks and Re-  funOst'60O; advertising .in public Papers,  <K������0j Jottmais and Statute, binding, 1000;  Priutiog tnaterial ordered, 700. $31,110  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS. &c.  Vaillaacoxir, Lavery & Go^  tSUCCESSORS TO N> CONlO.Jj  B<������g to Inrorm tbelr meads Jaad tho pub Hrttial thai  have tail en' the well known fcrmlsea tri feartfervllta  so iong favorably p&tnmiSQd while in the ttsounatlott  of Mr N. Cunio,  ���������   MISCELLANEOUS.  444  Vanwinkle S tore5   ..i���������-' ��������� -r.. ��������� .-���������      .     ���������;'���������'���������'������������������        ��������� --  ���������        ���������   ��������� -     ���������  Has jiist feen re*  MUberaantifactttredJ&ad^iaib|'4WUoleial^aftd^lU������  tall in its parity;and      ' ���������' '  The best]Liq.uors ���������&. Cigars  constantly kept on hand,,  The Lodging Department  will be at ways carefully [attended to, and the beal  Beds and accommodation provtded for ��������� th������ir, cua*  tomcri. : -.-:..:... ;,-.'��������� d������W.  5800  &,]{���������&:'':''   -���������/'���������? -?Tot������lf $1000  Provincial Secretary % Departmen t:      * '  Provincial ������Secretary; ,' $S500  Assistant Provincial Secretary, 2160  Messenger for all departments, 750  Prihtirisr; branch: ���������;.���������"��������� J  Snperifiteadenti $IS20;; two Printer,  $2080; ���������; asaistaot Printer,; $480;  temporary Pritttera during eeaaiorif  $270.       ��������� Total,  Audit branch:  Audit Clerk, v  Minister of Finance and Agriculture,  Clerk,  $1600; temporary Clerk,  $W50, Total,  Lands and Works department:  Chief Commissioner. $3500 ; Surveyor  General (not yet appointed) or tern,  assistance, $2160; Clerk of Records,  $1320 ; Draughtsman, $1320; Accountant, $1600. k       Total,  Registrar General's department:  Reg. General of Titles,  Attorney General, with practice,  $2500; do. Clerk (Deputy Registrar  of Supreme Court), $1600.   Total,  Executive Council���������Clerk, 'temporary,  $6410  $4150  $1600  $3500  $6552  $9900  $1940  $4100  . 1600  Mr Speaker, $500 ; Clerk of the House,  500 ; Law Clerk, 300 ; Serpreantat-  Arms. 250; Messenger, 200; Indemnity to Members, $250; Mileage,  2200. Total, $10200  Administration of Justice:  Supreme Court���������Registrar, $1940;  Deputy Registrar (Attorney Gener*  al's Clerk), 340 ; Usher, 600.   Total, $2880  Sheriffs���������Victoria, $500 ; New Westminster, 500 ; Cariboo, 500.   Total, $1500  Police and Gaol:  Victoria���������Superintendent Provincial  Police, $1752 ; Gaoler, 1104; 1st  Assistant Gaoler, 912 ; turnkey, 720;,  senior Convict Guard, 1008; convict  Guard, 720; Medieal Mcer Gaol.  400. Total,'  -Water and Light, 500; planting and  ornamenting grounds, 500; fencing,  350; incidentals, 100. .^ ���������;; $3050  Government House, New -Westminster f  Keepers* aalarjr, two months,  Works and Buildings, Provincial-  Government   Buildings,   Victoriay  1500 ; New Westminster, 300; Yale,  250; Cariboo, 300.  Assay; Office, exclusive of aalarieB,  chemiciits, fu*l, freight. &c, 850;  ., Ad m inistration of Justice [nxclusive  of salaries] summoning and paying  jurors and witnesses, 2500 ;. Prosecution,: Interpreters'-, fees, ie., 8000;  Inquests, &c, 275; Criminal, punishments, 200.  Police and Gaols, exclusive of salaries:  Expense of proper keep of prisoners, 20,000 ; speclalcohstahies, 3000;  holding Police Inquests, 250; Interpreters and witnesses expenses, 350;  transport of prisoners and constables, 3000; constables-sent off on  duty, 200 ; share of fines, 25. 26825  ROADS, STREETS AND BRIDGES,  Repairs to Roads and Trails throughout the Province:  Yale and Barkerville road, 30,000  Douglas and Clinton, .500  Now Westminster and Yale sleigh road, 1000  New Westminster District Roads and  and complete assort-  5975  J. W.LINDHARD.  Van Winkle. June 5,1872.  EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THfcYHAVK REMOVED  to the spacious premises formerly kanwa as tfc������  St. George Saloon, whera they will be al all tluws  prepared to furnish .:.,���������  BOARD    AND    MEALS  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.  The* BAR >��������� furnishedjwith theJ finest W1KE8  UQUORS and CIGARS.  Board, - $12?per Week  ait am  9  Trails^  ���������7300  Yale district roads,  $7400  ������������������ LiUooefc roads aud ferry  8000  Esquimau district,  4250  Cariboo and Omineoa district.  7000  Hope and Kootenay trail,  2500  {Victoria district roads.  7500  Nanaimo district;  4000  Cowichan ro&da, trails and bridges,  4000  Salt Spring leked,  1000  Comox roads, trails and bridges,  2000  Exploration, ������mineoa district,  Total,  15M  $87950  Lunatic Asylum, exclusive of estab  lishment���������Food, clothing, &c,  $4487  Gratuity to dsaghtieLof kte Mra OgiU  *h  $300  MR. S. P. P  HAVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE  Hold from Mr J. J. Robertson, begs to Inform  the travelling public uml the Miners of,Cariboo ibnt  he wtff do his utmost to sustain the vrellcafwd re-  puiatjoaof the house aaa timclasa ttoleU  Will rs usual be lurnisbcd with the best th������ Markifc  afforo^j.  SURVEYS AND PLANS EXECUTED  On reasonable terms.  Is well [stocked with Spirits, Ales, iWines,aa^Cigars*  Are comfortahty farnished, and ������ large additloa 10  the number of rooms is now being made...  Are the best in the Upper Country^and irfll  'VI  txwa'mamimmiim. MS.  'M1&  Ml- h  ^ai'i.  ������������������RV-iiii.rM  ;pl|!||  '?,,'* * 'i  ill  Ilia  IS:  15������{  '?->*���������';  lilt'  tp;  III  tiff  w  lit-  life  ;>-.;  yi-V;-i  .;fei  iTsli-  . .. i.  H'fe  ���������if .*���������; -;  BMw^mim&M^ttiim^MMftasfeBgMm&M  THE CARIBOO SOTOTi  3BB  SA3TURDAT; FEB..8,: IST*.  "  .   ���������-''THS'PTOATES. V-    A' ��������� >  ������^6 ilay* t)efbte( onr Teadew a abatement of  &e^naueial affairs of; the Province for the  ^pest year, together ^rith tbo^atimated revenue  and; expenditure fqif^  mn a critical      Grievance No- I���������a"dispute about water���������  :.: of space p raven ts-our en tori ng up on  'analysis pi this :impprtarit subject, "but that  iiie\Qivmm^iimt>^^ witbtnelrschetnei  of;retrenchment with a firmness and spirlt  deserving of the highest commendation a "cursor^ jfjance^^  jj^'lnqninng ^roinav ��������� Whfie%ott earnestly  . deprecating a return to the worn-out, demoralizing - &ystem of paying Government officers  'byfees, we cannot but rejoice that the pruning  ,ktiife hac fceeti ;mo^^^^  pusly applied in the reduction of' the official  iitaff, ,andf. :aa vfejbaye pr^^na^yattygested;  inore-ofteii bf.abolishing the office altogether  than reducing the salary cf, the officer re*  tained In the pnblic Bervice; We notice the  v almost entire absence of���������* precision for G.old  ^ommissibiiersv Surely the Government do  not intend to force the work performed by  tttiej Gold Commiasioneri upon the County  kjpfati judgelJwithpufc^rewnneraMon f The  County Court Judge for this district would  4oubtless perforni the duties for a mere  tabmlnal sara, and'we are certain theiXSrovern-  aaent would receive the thanks of this com?  r inVnt-Mth iSb* present GoIcV Commissioner to  continue to perform th������r duties of;, an ^.office  be is universally admitted to fill with "ability.  Some inconvenience has bean felt owing to  '���������^a^a^is'sliejHl-of? the authorities in piptmalsing  a pro tempo appointment this whiter, but  jaakjofj every .allowance for the,, oompletion  ���������of: the:5 necessary arrangements, we trust thai  this'' important matter will receive the"' at ten-.  ilon it deserve^ -. ��������� ;    , $        ���������  ���������ShouW no unforeseen circumstance arise  calling*' fo^ Jarge disbursements, tbo saving  that has be^eh^enecteala\iW  of MiflKafolrs; of t^^ leave a  jhjandso^e J lurplM ^;^^  ���������Iliini^erbrFittante  of an admiring Souse and grateful country, !  wlthoirt remuneration froni the; Provincial  Govern men UfiOT course, he; may do so. or he  may not ���������; but I think, p 111 the mo^of'uH^in  bis J iaee, and we would kick again at,working;]  for two raisier^for J the 8Rme>fpay.4 But I  tbtiik It j* <?pub tfiii4f the DominiomGofera'v  mentjvlli iifc theirJaervants towbrjc foKan-  other!master^theyjbay give them;the prlv^  ilege of doing so if pur Province chooses to  employ them., ,       , ;  I will' now proceed ��������� to flotloe fee other  ,,i^���������ttSpNTiNBL;r7^n your,last issue the  ^pUbliV of ^arib^^erV ma4e acqhain  ^number-of grieyances*:fdr which I ant >sure  tbey ought to be very tbahicful; :but If am  ������������������; at raid that very ft w of ��������� th e pu b lie are inter-  estecl" to i be - same ��������� ekioti t as " Jiistiti a," be*  cause if.I am not mistajsea^I .hope J maybe���������  ���������; the^publio< ^have to tpdy " Jiiatitia" pretty  beayy. .for. their law, and consequently the  >o6f fellow is bemoaning the temporary absence of M������Ball and the consequent dullness  of tlitigatiou ,amongst.miners.   I am ;inuch  nffaid'* ������������������'Juatitia'a?'.. Beniiineats are not Pro  Bono Publico.       *;���������'������������������;'"'���������  .vi I eana'ot see any prospect of immediate re-  lief by the appointment of a Gold Commis  *ioner, as our present County Court Judge is  an officer of the3)dminio 11 Government; and  if tbfe Provincial Government send him briers  *o act as Gold Commissioner, I believe it  won id be, optional for Kim to do so,, and the  Provincial Government cannot compel him  to act unlesBjthey remunerate him for so  <loinK, anil on looking over ,the JEatimates I  perceive that the same trouble is likely to  ^triee^oft the,return of Mr Ball, as there is no  allowance for Gold Commissioner in Cariboo.  If we have to wait for correspondence to take  7>lace between the Provincial and Dtominton  Governments for an amalgamation ^pf the  offices of Coupty Court Judge and Gold Com-  m iasioner, OU r mining  interests���������the main  stay of. the. country r-wili Buffer severely, and  p.>ssibly lead to serious troubles.  There, -can  be no doubt but that the interests of the  miners, of   Cariboo have   been   eerion sly  neglected in tbis respect by the present  tyiniRtry.   Why did they not. make provls-  iinalarrangprn^nts with the present officers  pending whatMill no doubt be a long cor res  poudenee with the Dominion on this vital  question to the miners of Cariboo. Of course,  every one must agree with l* Jnstitia" as to  the necessity of our having a Gold Commissioner at once.;   The absence of Mr Ball  for a short time will not cause great inconvenience, as most of the cases could be taken  li'itp the County Court f but it will indeed  be a real giievanoe if the public have to take  the chances of Mr Batf < acting on his return  diap  is;ho doubt a hardship.:y:/ ���������   1?:   r ;  Grievance;; No. ;52--i -think; >any one act  quain ted wiih the deceasjaiJ ^1 presume the  late Mr Carter la alluded tp)}mukt be ��������� aware  tfiat the poor fellow's"estate was npt aufficlent  to defray the eicpenseB of ? bis ,burial; and if  bis effects had been adminjafa^  of law the proceeds would haye1 been- considerably^lessened and .considerable delay incurred. I beHeve his'friends on Lowhee acted  the good Samaritan in regard to,deflci  As regarda/the ad mi a istratlo n P f m testate; estates, ;&��������� think some-improvement;:co^nlicbe  m ad e jby the appointme n i 61 Dig trio* "A d m 10 -  tslrators^ to': ? be paid: by * fieesf "and to give  reasonable security for the. performance of  his duties'/ as if any person dies (except* the  short time the ofBcer.holding that position is  on circuit in the district) the property, unless  ft Is a raining claim; generally has to watt a  long time.before.it can be properly administered to and wound up;   ' '���������'���������-''������������������  Gri^vatice: No. 3^-several eases of wages*  Ac���������could be decided in the County Court,  also the 4th grievance.! !  Grievance No. 5;^-if-there are;any itnme;  dlate grievances of selling claims under the  Amended Mining Act, I should think " Jus*  tilia" would have an V. Interpleader Summons'.'' served, to .'.be heard as jBOoh as the  Gold Commissioner arrived, and stay the sals  thereby. I believe if a person whose claim  is about tp. be; sold,, for assessments knows  that the amount is unjustly levied, he has his  remedy in interpleading, so that it cannot be  the bardship stated." " Juatitia" "wanlis to go  back to the. old state of ���������, affairs, and if 'an as-  Ressmeat.ie due it mnst'be'tijken oefore the  Gold Commissioner to be proved correct;  What was the new Act passed fo'tbut to save  Companies.the trouble aaaWx^enieof having  to go to Court to get an order to the Sheriff  or get judgment? At present"aeither the  Court or the Sheriff have anything to do with  tt?e m'atttr.-and .expense:;i8; thus, avoided. I  also disagree with ���������'���������Justiimtf,.,, w^en lie sayb  thatv the law.Jas jt a^ present atands> gjves>ajn  ^^01^1^118010^0^^^to^&e majorify' of* <cb���������  partners; at any time to selI put a co-partner  who|does not |;o;mply:;wltb the wishes; of the  mttjority. No w;" al I I can - say \ s that your  cprrejspdndentiftas a ^ery pbor opinion of the:  ^miners';op Cariboo Mf^he thinks ^hat because;  a man is,o|)po8edtp the views of the majority:  p?f the������share|wid���������|s tKatShey would make;-a  false aasessment for the purpose oP seI li n g;  him ^>ut.-1 On- the other hand af������ shareholder  owes assessments and -.won' t payth em,'; I So  not think there Is any wrong pr hardahi'j), in  aellinfe liimlout.hBefMrlrig to the same section of the amended Act,il Justitia";sayB that  notice^ ought to^be) given ta tlie; co-partner,  arid If disputed wi thin ten days, referred to  theGpld Commissioner, What sense is there  in ^tbis ? Doe1^ ** Jnstitia" 'mean that the Secretary of a Company steajB off in the dark 16  ^elauctioneer and instructs him. tbi sell -another man?a mining property without having  presented the bill'o? assessments or demanded  the%m6uat!': " "T  Grievance No. 6.-���������^ The Drain. Company  are unable to eoHeep assessments." Can?t  they do bo in the County Court? I'have  known.instances of suits againBt mining com������  panies in that Court.    ;'  "Justitia" says the Gold Commissioner  ought to be appointed Commissioner for  taking affidavits, as there ia at present no such  officer or a Notary Public. I believe ft is  more important that a" permanent resident  should be appointed a Notary Public, as cases  to my knowledge have arisen here where it  was actually necessary that only a Supreme  Court-Judge or a Notary Public could attest  certain -deeds beyond the jurisdiction of the  Province..  *: Yours,  Mj^HANtcs^lNSTiTDT8^--The sum of^ S250  having J&en appropriated' for this p^rf>pe$m  this distinct, wouldJt not be jrell to ��������� remove  purjlibnSry (^������ch^ exists afe?|)fesont in a ^sry  dilapidated coodition)| Tie de%y of Che^lh-  %itutipii|s a^atterjiireg|et. She^ck o||  good ^library; la very greatly1 -rait* anaTeome  steps sbould be taken to place the one we  have upon a good..footihgv;������������������>}  iT^5ip)pjEi,t fail tovjattend^ the- Theatre to*  nightl"'Brilliant array "of taleni All tte old  favorites atiimw who \ are a  host in themaelvesv     \..        ;";/- "' ���������"���������,  -���������^���������mt^i mi  mi mjiii ijiiuu ������wu^i������jn',ii^rnr*w  '.ft! j  New; adyertiskments.  KAVING DiTfi^MINfeD'TO CtiOSE'put  ? my business A n'Carihoo 'at> an /early : date; rj -ro-  quest that all person* indebted tome by Book Account or otherwise Will' callv and settle ��������� before the  FIRST.;<ieyof.Al>RII^;l873.'   jfe^tf: V- :>N*J"  sale  Cheap for1 t5ash^tb  eiFect a spfedy^ clearance,  for said.   Possession, given on  W.  DAVlbSON.  < .- '.-���������*��������������������������� .��������� feS  The premises  1st of June, 1873.  Feb. 7, 1878.   ���������  MISCELLANEOUS.  lflSl:fE;E^  ri^HIS OTA AND WEI j.-KNOW>r ESTABLISH ME NT  1 is lUwajs siipvli oil with the best of everything  that can b'e probtirea In Cariboo^:;;���������'���������; ���������: j     '-:      ���������  Boards - './7MA P^ l^eek.  Sinkle Meals  ?  i������...,-* -  I  HAVE . BEEN INSTRTJGTFD  BY^ tHe  Secretary of tho KURBKA COMPANY",   Autl������r  Greek, to Bell by Auction,  :'��������� ���������*-* ��������� - .���������': ���������  ��������� ��������� -v . '     AT BARKERVILLE.  On MONDAY, the 17 th day of February, 1873.  ;        at Twelve b?clock! noon,  Tho Interest. ������if Samuel Boberts. in the Kureka  Company, for Assessmenls due.  ���������GEO. BTRNE8, Auctlbnoor  ���������" BarkervlUe, Feb: 8.' 1 *'f3 ���������'". :' ���������:  ;      fe8  BSEADBADE Ml TM BEST FLOBE  .-    .:��������� /. ���������-���������    ;,.-:> ��������� -.- .,;.-  [The Celebrated  FrtESri   GROUND    COFFEE,'.  ���������A-supArlnr article tf> any which con hr ha<1 from*He.  low, Jton������t*<l niul Rrounii on tlie premises Irnra-thn  best selected ucriica, ami w������rranted twefrom atlgl  w.itioni  jelT  :������������������.;������������������ 3. Q. OOOnpOW  DR.CHIPP'S   RUG-STORE-.  o  %���������; Assessment Notiq^\:  WEST OF ENGLAND:. COi LIGHTNING  'r, '   .CREEK.        /���������-������������������.��������� !    ,.  NOTICE: W HEREBY .GIVEN THAT IF AM/ AS  sossment8 novy duo/uinl. u> bi'comu-ilap.i������i.the  One-Half Interest in the-West* of En^iah'l 'Company;  on tigitnlng-Uroek-:standihfr in;tlie^bbi������ks df said Com���������'  bany in the name ��������� ,oi; JOSEtH MATHE^S.: he ;������uot  . .   ���������������'.7 ��������� . _  - ��������� 'I    1 ��������� '. i ZL-1 ; *"!������������������- ���������   "WI Vt ,.'���������;. I I.      ,l.,..'.i,l'J.PftV.n.,������l!  'Fifteenth"duyor Februaryv; ,y-!j>:ii$���������<:?.>i ??���������*���������? ���������.���������'.*  ��������� .-., ..,-���������-;.,:..-, JAS. Ft, ISBKMjQ, .. ���������   .  ..   * iW\-j J    ������������������;- ''sPcTetftrjrWest or England Go  ' :LighthiiigOre;eti^an: 30; 18731-:  ,y-d.- ;^>   Jel  ENGLISH DRUQSr  ���������;   PATENTjvlEDICiNES, .     ?'  PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, r  Cheyalier^Life'foj.the Plair  COUGH LOZENGES;: &c, &c:-  . j^ Teeth Carefully, J^r  tracted;��������� and*Pilled,1- --, ; '  $&* Prescriptions and"Fainily Re'eIpesr������c-  eurately prrpaw!.  " Rnrkerville. Nov. 20,1'872; >B������28  MANAGER,  SBORBTAHY������  F. PERRET.*  K NEUFELDER.  Satiird?ly Eye'g, Feb. 8th,  The Cariboo Amateurs, assisted bj numerous  Volunteers; will give a performance/ the pro-  ^; ceeds to be Uevoted to the ^ ' i;'  THREE CHILDREN  Who are dependent on .public support.  The entertainment will commence with the  laughable Farce, in one Act, entitled,  I  -:v..j:,:   BARKERVILLE,  ...^    ��������� '������������������'".DBAriBll IX ���������".'���������;,',   '   ���������   .,  CJfoeeries, ^Provisions and  Liquors.  BOASTED DAILY AT /THE STORE.  D E POT    FOR. ,\Z.%  PIONEER MILL? EXTRA FLOIjR  ^ lilLLOOET ONIONS and BEANS  on hand. '' no23  Eottor Sbntinrl :���������In year issue' of Inst  Saturday a correspondent eiffning himself  u Justitia" says that the Auctioneer's charges  are exorbitant. As I am the only Auctioneer  in the district, I presume his remarks are in*  tended for me. I'beg to refer ''Joatitia" to  the~charges of other Auctioneers in the Province, as my charges are in accordance with  theirs.  Gko. Byrnes, Auctioneer.  Barkemlle;Feb. 7,1873.  '. A telegram from Clinton says the expressman, just in from Lillooet, reports the roads  on the Eraser dry..onA dusty, and the valley <  Hector>Shakerly Funk, :?. ���������  Benjamin Butt (a Commercial  ,. Traveller in the Hardware  line), -'..- - -������������������--"- **lm  Job Bout (a Policeman), ��������� *  Harry Cuff (a Policeman),.   *..  Mrs Pry er,   -   -  -   Florence Wilson.  To be followed by'  Vocal  and Instrumental  Music.   :      ;     ;  ��������� > ��������� .  The following Ladies and Gentlemen have  kindly volunteered their services:  Mm R- H. Brown.    . Mrs A. Kelly. '  Mr A. Tr Busbby,       M r Go mar J o h ns;  Andrew Swain,"        Mr Mills,     ' ���������"'    -  '    '       MrW. W.Dodd.  '\ BARKERVILLE,  B.C.,  HAS  RECEIVED A FINE LOT OF  Goraar Johns.  ��������� \      :             ���������     ,  Ciiica  J. Hudson.  F.Perret.  E. Nenfelder.  BacoHj i  SELECTIONS OF MUSIC by the Cariboo  Amateur Brass. Band.    Leader���������VV. J. 0;  jfeatte.  Also, a:good assortment of  GROCERIES; PROVISIONS,  . LIQUORS, CIGARS,        ?  RUBBER &HEMP PACKING,  r        LARD OIL, &e., for Maahinery.;  October 6,1S72.  /'Tlekete, $1 each \ Regervei  B.    JAMBS-, ���������WICKHAM ' SOLOS   W-  Power of Attorney, and is fully authorized,.w  Collect all Debts ������iue to ina    All tlioao. knowing  themsulvcs to bo In my debt, by either Note or A������5-  count, will please make Immediate payment to ray  '���������WW  .   ���������*"*^- IHECA  ������������. ��������������������������� ������. ��������� -., ..'. *... .;;.:-.. j:-- ;-���������-,���������'..5:'-    ^>- -r    . :*.' ::\ ������������������  ���������' si.    ���������'.!. :���������?,>  on  ���������   y:>V?;\   '���������-':-"��������� DIED.'v>--:v^,.4- :  :-t:-."ict,>."'SUihleyi ^UlF^iSfliiff't^r^*^*" B.C.,  ���������tbVaist January, ISTfeJ^r S. P. Parker;  proprietor ^^the^a^le^^^eL aged 37  ^ears..* uafl^^  ttbnshire, Engjandv|..,    -���������:',--"-:������'! ���������--���������  '" - -:������? Ai.���������-'������;^;^Ei^'/lf ictonai'Jan, 31. \  I'fhie House fmetat the visual _bpurrr ;  'Moted by IJrj Robertson^that. the report of  . ithgi-commit&ee;ap pointed?, to* consider the ex*,  ip ed ie n oy ������o f a\ te*i|������g an d ;r&7 iai ng .the daws of ���������  British Columbia ba referred:to ;a. select 'com)-!  ������mittee!to prepare ana'liHngiia^'lii^ or D^^  in aacordand^with the-sagge'stiqhs coatained  1ri said report jViici! committee -fei d consist c^  ^Messrs. Hughes, Robirisoti^^ul lie m, <Barn^.  eton, Humphreys. Rob son, anU, Robertson. ���������..;  , Mr Smith n^pyejsU^  'Tp resented to[ini^}.^^^i^^^^ying that  ���������a. 11 pa pers and correspondeuce;)ibeliween th e;  JGaverrunentand Yata-Lyttoii district, In coh-j  'neiHion with roftfcV,irals eintt /b^idgesVbe faid  %eT������re this Houae.   -' ; ,/;,; y.       ���������'  ���������*'  On S'a tn id ay e veni n g, Mr Bti tefter W oy ed;!  ^hat: tfe^  *������ h *������ resbl u rion referring to .'the ��������� Customs and ���������  Wcise. v-:Wevm6Xi������m-^i������"i!������Ued^6sr ot -drderi'  '.,;   Ifr^R'>r/e^ison %nov^'thWlii address be:  ^v'WHii"wd -to %4it. (Jo^erMor, ^n^ih^ that  ; *h* WilhXehd5 down to this Mouse a copy of  ���������Hh���������������: d i*ivttoh reTalfae to iAct No. 4 of last s'es-.  ������u&ri *��������� Carried'.   >i. c-...:.,.'..'-> uHi *.���������*���������������  . .T   .}  J4i������ $������>b*ou mofffi- thatjas address j������e; pre������|  :   *<j������rt *wl ui 1 h������; fjien'^^ej^������������rn0r ������sic i ng ^th it res  ^iims-m;iy be sent down-, to tB^;ftoWS,lfthpw-*  J������ ii{' tin? h'in 11 m u t ������f 1 ee������^pM Crow uo prosecu-?  i'ir*v(lwt>^iirt yeHfrlS72.   Curried.  -.'/���������'^'KS'r.'ii*i������ein^m.moved,ttiat .Government be:i  fliiqftttfteifct^ciiAise'^o b%p^ie|ed/5%co^i^s, ofi  * <th**  K::^c^A6C*Re'-.Itern&^f/'UiitMi^With;1  <Unafl<i. and tjift  Stawiing Orders .*rf  this  . ; JJ01W. for l'hrt'-ijf������i������|f itfeMfblif8.  Carried. ' 1;  M r f {��������� ������1 w������ok' aske(l' xibe ���������. Premler whe t'her-j  ���������%e '.Iiad uiiVde ally a 1 ran ^eraen ts top Ourryftag?  *6n .'tbeiA^ty^^fcbKiist^Nlw Wes>niihster.-4  jReplyVNo;'*;  #.;;. .Mr S m u lv asked th a Chief Co m mission er of.;  ?iinifU atul ^orkaV.Wkiit is t^je IntentSoir of the,  *Gi)vern fheiit-as ������re'gaTd's: the cohjitructi0n of ai*  .'bnijgs'thp presant yeat at the .mouth, of the;'  ^h t������1 ii|\soti\ river 5 ���������' Also; Wbait is ihe- i h ten Mo ������.  Vif .'Government respecting the expenditure of-  fthe ,$45.^00 ;in the construcl ion 1 >f a road iii*  i'he Nicola S^aiiey fw rh: W"ood ward's to Franis i  Kickle's, the abovb amount having been voted-.  ^������ist  making passable the bluff on the North Fork.}  ������o f the Th'oiapson as'���������..p'atitifcm'ftd f0r Jlast gts  *.ioa?   What is the intention of Government;  alespec^ting the ��������� construction of1 li miles: or  "wago a' ro ad, at- a cost of $2 000^ co a nee ting  thei SpUlamacheen Valley with Lake Okanogan, and thereby opening rap 24S miles of  navigation^ ' What is the intention''- of Crov-J  - ������rntaent respeoting  th0 construction Of 0  fcridjre on-the Nicola river lit tlw Nicomin  crossing5 _ .. / .'..        '; ..J-;'  i-Mr.5&p)ie"r;tsoh aslcedltjiff Prf mier If, |lt was  the i u ten ti 0 n of the "Go ver n moh t to pro v id e  n,constable for tyqnitnali ��������� town dtiring the  present year? Reply���������Victoria police.to do  the duly, ,     ,.      >,.-.  Mr 'Holbrook asked the Cbfef Cora mission er  ���������whether it us the intention of Government to  place a sum on the estimates for making a  road from New Westminster to Semihamo ?���������  Bepty���������It is.  i Mr Wraith asked ���������whether it was! ttheV fatcn-  tioa of Government to make any effort during the present year to open a road} from  Gold Stream to Cowlcban*?   Reply���������Yes.  Mi, ?pb so a asked the Attorney, General if  it is th* lntention ofr'Gdyeinoietit jto prj>vide  n second sonRtable for Nfiuaicso during the  present year? Reply���������No..  v Mr Smith, asked whether it is the intent ion  of the Government to opeii a road from Che-  ttianis to Nanaimo ? Reply���������Yes.  ... Mr Smith asked whether it is the intention  oT Government to devote any part of the $608  now on the estimates for the benefit of Agricultural Soci<Hi������s to any Society outside of  Victoria ? Reply���������It Is the intention of Government to distribute tue amount equally to  all AgrfeuUural Societies in the Province^  Public Enquiries Bill read a third time.  Justices. Jurisdiction Bill, read , a seppnd  time and passed tlicaugk committee of the  whole.  TlUHoaw adjourned till T.S(K- '- ^^f-  ,Hlft|r    {J,     lllltt    ttUU t O BlUlflMlV HOT 1U J    W..UL.     WWVWU.  ist4 session -,fcjit (n;^t exp^uided?,,.... Alsi). wjs^is;  ie!'* ii^eutidii olf;-! Gov������Vn meiitl%ith "iiga}rdl;]t6^  ���������:lt������eHo������8e/'HBMiBmbled;'1������fe;7.30..p:m.9 and  -resolveddtoolf. into committee ofrf ways 'and  means for further discussion of the estimates.  Onmotion of Br DfiCosmos, the House sjre-  ���������solVedt ftaelt^jntoiQpmmnttee- of Supply.  Trovinci&i Secretary,^$55007.���������./.'  Mr Holbrook *oTrpoaed any furthsr sum  ^than;;?|0^0,;r;;;:V;;;x-H;:- ���������w-*:fr\:'���������:y   ���������  ^2PrWncJi������#e%r%tary%a^^^  of the member f0[ Nanaimo showed conclusively their imreaeo nab leness. The duties  ^re^ffcreasedjf^lje salaries are nptiacreased-  ana Clerks have {beeu Swpensedi /with. His  short experience convinced him that a Treas-  urer was required^      *" ';  Mr Robsoni moved 5tl?at $3aOG be struck out  and $260Nuib8tiCiJtei{.'!  :���������?*** '"?'���������  After considerable discussion $8500 was  carried���������13 against t: ���������������������������������������������-;  Assistant. jFroviucial ^Secrelary,   $2110 \  passed. V-.-!'5"'^ id ��������� ������������������������������������������ ;i'.:������������������-:.....  Messenger for all departments, $750, passed.  Printing branch, $4150, passed.  T iffrepljKM >Mr Hpibroblcr,the] Provincial  Secretairy 'replied ttiat tee Priniirig department was 'now placed on a proper footing.  The printers would now be paid tire ordinary  wages���������$26 a week���������and' woi* nine hours a  day instead $>(:������?$��������� x'y':f-" )x'&"'.$��������� xt *'���������'  : Along'dWcuBaicra bccurrerl fonf the printing  .items.   ;..;;'..  I: l^^in^r^J*i ^^fto'dvt|l^ed-df patcoh-  ag*1! to uewspupew^wjieii ��������� he ^ras Called to  .orderly the������chair.^-rn v::rd;-. -?. .,:���������},_ V'- ���������������;������������������;  , Xudit4Jlerki vtm^;^M<W^:'4:   '   '��������� ���������������������������  Mr Humntasys questioned ^eriexsessUy of  ���������tbe^re^ti(W?bT;tlji8iotScie. .^.-ih'.-7? ::-,*%;:i-;  Several mot-ions4p; risland report progress  were lost.'.-���������;'���������       '��������� ���������" ..*' I "'..'-,;���������. %���������_���������:".. ������������������,, '\ '     "  Mr Rqfbson 'Baoved .to aina%amate the office'  with tile Provincial Secretary's office. There  was,not much to be done in the latter office  '(laughter), He wiajjed the Premier to explain :'th������rjn������i*r portfolio���������hew that It would  not cost thecb^n^ a^ollarJ i     -^ X; ���������  i. J^r. peposmos sai d,,i t .Was proposed to make  the. j l^inftteTfCttfe' "Fi ii anee andr A % rrcnl tnrp act  as Treashrer and Clerk of the Kxecutive, and  to dispense ;witbv^  ������ nd sim i 1 ar amalgamaf 1611 was i jpTbppsod i u  the ���������o't:hW'bffices/Bh'bwiaig>- ia-'Saving' '-'tit 'some  $4000.v ;������������������"-; ;>.;���������;���������; . 1. :3:/;   '../V':      , ������������������  V^aMr;RbD8ftn^td,no^lob^  tion f,6 Batisfae^oryV ��������� ���������. '   *'1-'  The committee, rose at:ill45i asked leave  to;;sit again,.and, thro .House adjourned.   : v     &1;a fHy*etoria,#eb.4.;  House met atusnal hour, k(  The Attoinfly^^n^al.ipne'sented' a message  from the LimU.-(fevefnpf reicommeriding the  impoeitSon of a Wftfr������i(rid Tat.; A Bill was  thenVpei9������jeiAift|ir.o|r^h.pixnaiiiittee.. siiivliar to the  0 n e d i sal I owefcbfD the', ������b mlnioflL^Go'ver n me n t  last y^ar.-'._ <r .-';���������-'.���������  >./$pi Hp^lbrook asked the. Premier If a.fjy ap  p ro pi'l a ti 0 n is 1 n ted d ed i p be, til a'de to the  New ^estmicflter Fire jpeparfcm'e^t out of  miscelianebus services abt^detailed in estimates ? .   ^$������1 J^^^fcteU; =:' ' -  ;Reportp&v8llfV:-ofyS5fiS^ Bill  rece^vedv and bill; read a^first iiijae. The  Agricultural- ���������Soclefies Bitl was also read a  first, time; '*?':' -.,..���������'.  ^^^j-'/fli^fie/'-iWiiMi^So committee on the  Graving Dock. The resohitions proposed by  Mr DeCosmos were earned through Committee,   House then adj ourped> ,'"'��������� ';���������,���������"  ISstf mated amount of Expenditure to  ,be brought <to aesouBt'up to 31st  I 'Dec, 1S72,    ; /       .\$S5,500  Overdrawn at Barik ;of Brifiah 06*   '  luasbia;   ��������� -:   46,80*  Outstanding Savings Baek Deposits-.  ������to be paid by ProvipcMSJrpv't., *    61,070  In testate Estate, depoiiis,   ... .972-  Bslauce,'        '       ���������!"'" '   *" ���������'"        '   20,359  j Total,  ^$455,213  ^ittnaUo. Asylum, Utsperia-  "tendsnt, ' ���������   ; '* ;  :ICeopers,  'Cook,  Matron, "������������������'������������������'  1,;   fedloul Officer,    '-  vm ���������  : mk  1920  nw  S60  ���������Sflt  ���������00  '600  'BOO .  ���������: <m  ,$j 17,274  '-���������'  ' ' ''ESfTtKMTK OP BKVHIN0K &OB 1873.  ,; 'XthrtiiL REtBNUs.r ' '���������'���������������������������"  Dominion Subsidy,   '   -'���������   ��������� ' ' : 1'-$2!14,000j  Land Sales,    ���������'.��������� ; ������������������.-        ���������-,.,.., 10.000  Land Revenue, : .  , ." ...,. .,..������������������ ,5,000  Rents (exclusive land) Ferries and "  'Bridges, '   "'    "'":    -1,500  Free 'Miners Certificates^    '   " ���������' '*'"���������"   8,000  Mining'Receipts, generdi,   :������������������:���������'* "; Sjeefe  Licenses,  .        :,; ���������-   . ; 28,000  Fines, ftrfel.tures and, fees, ., .7,000  Feeaofbnlce, , ������������������ ^t000  Sale of Goverbment property. ' -800  Reimbdr*������ements1nI aid of expenses' ;  ...^.incurred by Government, . "������. ��������� 6,500  :Mi80ellaneoua receipts, ��������� . ������������������*. ������������������������������������.' 1,000  RoadTax, - ;..;������������������ :;���������. ��������� v :; 13.000  ���������Interest on Stock,.-.,.: .,,;���������:������������������ ���������;, - : 3,500  ,\Iarriage Licen&es,      ; ;. .'.������ ���������    , ; 600  Immfgration,      v ,���������������������������:.���������.. ������������������������������������      ..:   -5,000  >yildUndTax,,":. ...���������.-.��������� .; ,   8,000'  Estimated "amount'to be resJllsed on  r-balance shown In statement e^f As-- ���������  sets and.Liabilities,:.- '.���������   . .\* :  .>' :r  ��������� #121,858 tMtfz  This sum 0? $83,225 shows the rednctio'n^ii,  salaries in favcfr.Oj 'the year 1873. But the  duties ot many of the officers paid by salaries  in ?T872 will' be provided for hy ijaymeift of  fees in 1873. '  Total,  17,000  $336,800  STATRiBNT:OP-:THft���������' $IN'ANCIAT/ TBiNsVotlOWS  of the Province of #i4tish Columbia,- ap-  proximaie, Sis't (Dedeuiber, 1872.'  Dr.   ZIa  :}ft- ���������-   ��������� ������ K4  Balance iuBank of British!Column ' i ; i^';  biaoa^lst Jantiaty, 1872.    ������������������;���������_,: $13,975 ;%3  ReVenttelreceived during the year..��������� '*  ;;;i8?2,;:V:, ; ,. ZUjSSV^  Amount Invested In Canadian 5 .  :   per cent. Stock,   :. ;.   100,000'--:  Amount; of temporary loans tor /  ceflyed ftomi the Commissioners    .v ...  ��������� = of:;Savings, Banks between. 1st-   <o" ;���������:[-Z  ���������������������������������������������:Jamtatyand 36th:.Novif 1������72,: ^49,000:���������  Amoitnt^ received from thr-  Do^ ��������� ��������� ���������      ���������;  jsrlnfon Government to repay     ;���������;��������� ;  sum due to Commissioners or,.    :'.'. .  Savings; Bank om 20th July, -  1871. with inteteet thereon to '���������..'"  Nov. SO; 1872, ; 1^15 60  Total  .  ,,,.....-- ������������������,,. YALK...   ,..     ,..u;.;t  tale, Feb, 7-rBatnard's fef press will lea*^e  here about Wednesday next. The weather  has been Btorray, with a heavy fall of sdoi,  diirltfg fhe'-paat #eek, but :is"*e'ry plessatifc  to-day. *' -' -    :.��������������������������������������������������������������� <���������;"������������������<���������- .-. i::....." ;.  A PntviTE dispetoh has been received tn  Victoria.stating that !h*r Bdutwetl, Secretary  of the United states'Treasury, baa issued. or*  ders forbidding the steamer Prince Alfred to  carry freight either-'way' between Victoria  and'San -Franctsco for porta Situated oft  PugetSound.       ;. ���������;- .-;��������� :���������:���������;���������) ������:;'.-. j.. ;.;...,,..;  ������������������.; .;" V^ESNELMOUTB.:; ��������� ������������������- o^v  - .Quesnelroontb, ������Feb.; 7-^Barnard'st&cpLr������ss,  with the mails, .arrived at li.SO. The ;.m^t  bags, owing, to foe ;vaccident on,the Era'sVt*,  were 'a solid lump of .'ice^ ahd muchtrohb)*  was experienced*In getting newspapers' ':kn&  letters sipart.-5The iff) stage left ati.30'^.n>.  with two passengers���������Mrs -Sail :and vA. Hoffman.. Mr/A. Barlow >left for Sttrkerv^ile-tblsi  evening.'' . ' .-:'-"'.,.{.  ^;^4,, ^,;;,?p^Jfi^/,r..V;t^ ' ���������  ..,'.BertiB^Feb.;2-^A iGerthan ^w^a^et.^t  this city,demonstrates that the Russian forces  in"Central Asia afeHtroftg 'eQOtJgh-to defy  any attempt of the British to check their fcfo*  gress,,, Russia -ia only, awaiting; a false moV^  onihe.parttof England..... ..:,:,....      . u , ..  c London, Feb. 4-rThe proprietors: offset*  erai, coljleries in SouVh Wales annonnce.theit  in1 ten'tion id import Chinese' frbrn^California  to replace the strikers, and tbey have received  anonymous letters threatening, assassination;  -1 The.,weather for tfce, past-three days ha.s  oeim intensely Cold., Over ona hundred persons ���������hive'riS'eert^  durr4ng that:time. -;.-; {*:!';/;���������;,'".* v; '��������� ��������� f'z ';������������������ >��������� ��������� ���������  A irne bill hasbeenfound against, ftobet^t  Bowles for MsdemeabbY hi connection with  certain'''s'ec'aritles 'deposited :wlth> Bowleft  Bros.; Paris., The trial will 8bon:iake place.  -^-*-  -*^-������-  Cr.  ^Cantinaed fi-om FHret Page.}  the. estimates:  fcRTOftN Of BXPENDI^KB (APPftOXIHATB.)  The total Expenditure from 1st July, to Slit  . December, .1872, was $389,2C9  with accounts from N������w Westmin*  s er, Lillooet, Clinton, and Cariboo for December, Kootenay for.  November and December and  Ommeca for October, to coma in;  BBVHNUB, 1872.  The estimated Revenue for 1872 was $328,737  Th^ actual Revenue waa     ..    ,,.324,051  Expenditure brought to account     r  for year 1872, $389,265 ���������  Amount repaid".on Savings Bank  account, including InttiTeBt to  Nov. 30,.1872, 178,902 21  Ara*ount"<mtetaD?d*ng*of same ac-  'count,     - ������������������  ��������������������������� 11,208 37  [ Expenditure for the year 1872 not  . yet bTought to h-cc������>u������* estimated    6,000 ���������  Deposits Intestate aud other es-  .  , tates,. '972 04  Surplus, 6,090 71  Total  $591,442 S3,   John Adair.���������A telegram from Mr Thaddeus  Harper states that Mr John Adair is alive  well in ^o^'tfland.   It may be remei  that we published, a dispatch from San Fran*  cisco announcing Mr Adarr'sdeath, and.thereupon wrote an obituary laudatory- ptcthe  virtues of-the deceased.   It is a questionable  compliment to congratulate a man that be 14  still a resident of this; >k vale.of.tears,?; as.S^  implies a doubt as to.Lis resting plac.ela:; the  next world ;, but tinder any and all cirennr*  stances, Mr Adair has.our best wishes -fot, bii  health and-, happiness in this world and tfee  eternal welfare ot his soul in the next.    .,.  $'591,442 33  A deficit of onl#  $4,686.  COMFARAtTVB  EstlttAtK   Of SltAUI-ES  by  De  partments. showing the sums voted for  the yearv 1872,. and those estimated for  ���������    1873v  1872. 1873.  Lt-Govettro^s Department, $2052 $1500  Provincial Secretary,. ���������   7640        ���������410  Prov. Sec���������Printiug branch,   3220  ���������  Tern, assistant, 4lJ6  Audit brunch,  Treasury,  Treasury, temporary,  Lands and Works.  Do.  Chief JSngineer and  Assistant,  1600  3392  4150  16Q0  6100  1452  STATRXKNY  OP   TfI8   ilsSKTS A^O klABlLtTIBS  t>f the Province of- British Columbia en  Dec 27,1872.     ���������  ArPROXIttATB ASSiCYS,  ;Amount invested in Canadian 5 per   ������  "���������   cent, stocks, .   $100,000  Ameunfe due on same to 31st Deo.)  :��������� 1872,  ;,    ., "' 1,333  Refund due by Dominion Govern*  iiient for keep of prisoners to 31st  December. 1872, '7,000  Due by estate of late J. J. Cochrane,     ^,745.  'Interest on temporary loans to bo  :   recovered* from Dominion Gov't.       3,149  Arrears of Real Estate Tax,  , 10,750  Advauce Warrants to be accounted  .-   for,       - 19,450  Balance oa hand, 6,783  9155,21.3  4287  Registrar General, 1940  Attorney General, MOO  Executive Council* 1600  Do.  temporary^  Legislation,       ^ 10,900  Supreme Court, 4*80  Sheriff, IfiOO  Polioe and Gaols,   # ���������' 8387  Do.N. Westminster, 6-997  Do. Kootenay, 9216  Do. Cariboo, , ' : : 13360  Do-Omineca,       ,   ,         .     -7440  Do. Yale. 4524  Do. I^illooet, ^000  Do. Nanaimo,                        .    2782  Assay Offlice, 2%U  9900  1940  4100  1680  1020O  28W  I50O  6616  The Road from Bar&erville to "VauwfnWe  having become completely blocked by the  recent tfoow storm, a ^nblio mAscriptton h^  been started for the purpose of taWing ft'fnni  to Ireep open a sleigh tract for the rem&tnd'et  of the winter. Mt Bnshby, on behal? of ^  Government, has advanced $50 In aid of the  fund. The interest and convenience 'of the  people *of this drstrrct have been shamefully  neglected this winter ia the matter of kee^ieg  open the roads. .;.     ���������������������������������������������, ;.������������������  3108  6360  6704  2016  Nil.  1300  3200  Deduct from Bstlmates for  1873 temporary imlaiiea,  : $85,501  8052  Tfia funeral of the late Mc 6. l\ Pafbr \wilt  place last Siindayrand the ressalag were followed to Ca^erton temetery by a large mm  bet of friends. T&f Parker was as old anA  respeeted resident ef Earkerville un til withift,  the past few months, when he removed to  Stamiey> Lightning Creek.  TfiB deteation of the mail is caused by thl  delay in reaching Yale occasioned by the  accident to the Etpress canoe. Should the  road between here and Quesnelmonth be no*  altogether impassable, the stage may bo ok������  pect������d to arrive this evening. ; :>  ihm  n   , , Jim ���������    '        ���������     iV " '"'���������'     ' '���������  U& C. E..For*, Cleric of the Bench at Clinton, for the past ten years m Government  employ* has been notified tbat.hls servfoiNfc  will aiot. be reqtttirei after Fob* 2$tb*   ���������.-: ��������� - - -  IP  1 tit  a*  ife!  r. a ���������  :*;i  K r  $1  I?  ;->;'.( .  -r>s  ���������PI  -*������"��������������� :'���������  :i ���������'  Ctotea, Feb. S���������The up stage left Bere^jls  fttorafagr ft ^Eperieaced ������onsid������rabl������ difficulty o������ 4he 4ri������ from Yale to fip������ne������1s  Tfee eiaikar������ in ������sceUeot.condition  their b������& la too Frsser*���������  $M&flrao<i*?fttin������ .;;.;-..  \   VICTORIA.  Vtortetlft, Jaa.^7���������House met *tlboufiaftl!  Tb������ Pramteflftld tb������ Eeifmates before the  f&raw, giving members until Wednesday to  ^oWthdttt overao that all their gsna may be  j   Me Humphreys acfced for returns as is fees  iaken in the Supreme Court. <&e. He gently  suggested that ff the *eturas'were refused, he  would a tale enfold, ao 1h������ motion   was  ,Ta������ report enHhe'modification of the tariff  ><w&* again lra>tig(&t up for dismission, and a  great deal said that is bow pretty stale. The  ���������vote was theni taken, which being 12 to 12.  ike oaeting vote of the Speaker was given  ���������sfegaioatli and tha.motion was lost  -.', TheFnb&e la^uirles Bill passed through  Ommf&e������ with aaendtseota, . .  ,: Tfer ^pWln Amendmeat; Bill  6faJM$k eommHtet,  Bills of Sale ���������' Amendment  Act  dhrough committee/;  The Courts Merger Bill elicited a long and  <*aro debate, ��������� the Government claiming the  aright through the bill-to dispense with one. of  the Supreme Court Registrars, or at least to  to the salaries to be paid to them. It appears  that the Supreme Court Judges are opposed  ; tpjanyibferferen^ jn; the matter, as likely to  .interfere.witt the due admlnietration of the  law, aad in this they were: supported, in so  far as the postponement of the bill Is eoa-  h*&vterr���������in <&e northern parts several  deep. KJales of great fury raged alt around  <theT3&gii8h and Irish coast and many wrecks  s*e -reported. Fearful less of life off Torquay  tad around the Scilly Islands. The steamer  Clan Alpine went ashore during the night on  Blade Heath, and ISO lives were lost The  ship Sarah was wrecked on the! Irish coast,  and.-at! of the crew drowned.  London, Jan. 31���������Lloyds' agent at Cadfe  -telegraphed that it was the Spanish steamer  Uareeltp which eunk the emigrant ship North  Fleet on the night of the 22d. The Marcello  had a ear go for Lisbon, but en entering that  port was signalled not to land as' there ia an  extradition treaty between Erigtan^.and Por������  tugal under which the officers would have  been arrested and surrendered to the British  authorities She prit to sea again and landed  at Gadle, where she now lies. She' is uninjured. The officers and crew1 are to be examined In relation to the disaster,  London, Feb. 2���������The deposition-of the en-  gineer of the steamer Marcello has been taken  before the British Consul at Cadiz; His statement coincides with previous accounts of the  disaster. Pending investigation the master of  the steamer and some of th*. crew- have been  arrested. They admit they were in collision  with a vessel, but deny sinking1 the North  Fleet   :- -   ���������  MISCELLANEOUS.  Van Tolkeatourgli 8c Co.  BARKERViLLE,   RICHFIELD  ���������MISCELLANEOUS  ���������AXD-.  A SUPPLY OF THE  BEST QU4UTY OF FEESH MEATS  always on hand.  LEGAL NOTICES, &e.  ������  TEe Registration of  Births,'DeaAlislaiLd Mar-  kerned; untU the members can; be made to  foadtntand the merits of the. measure,    ..,  (CA^ADIA^ PACIFJC RAILROAD.  Toronto,'Pebj 1���������Arrangement have been  oompleied for the construction of the Cans-  dian Paclfle -'-Railroad, and a formal charter  will be issued-on-the return of the Governor  General to Ottawa.   $1,000,000 of stock", is  ready to be subscribed.   A stock book will  to opened in each Province.  EUROPE.  ���������London, Jan. 27���������-It is reported that the  Russian Gevernment has resolved to con-  struct nine new fortresses on the western  frontier of Russia.  This warlike movement,  taken la conjunction with thereoent increase  of the standing army and annual military estimates, censes much comment  here.   The  Foreign Office is in possession of a'firman of  the Spaa of Persia, by which he concedes the  Attroek valley and a portion of Kborasan 'to  BuBiia.  Paris, Jan. 29���������A large force of police last  night  proceeded  in detaebmenta to. Mont  -Goreaand quietly surrounded the suspected  -quarters.  members of the International.  The fleai protocol of the Treaty of commerce between France and Great Britain was  signed to-day*  The Pope told the present representative  of-France at the Vatican that he would leave  Home if Religious Orders were suppressed.  London, Jan. 30���������It Is reported that the  American bankers in London loaned Napo-  icon ������200.000 to facilitate a proposed coups,  aad that since his death th������ money has not,  Sheen' returned, \  Reading, convicted and Imprisoned for participation in Fenian riots at Manchester in  3867, has been released. He has prosecuted  th������ Jail physicians for cruelties practised od  him.  . Loudon, Feb. 2���������The British Isles,-were  visited last night by on������ of the most violent  storms ever experienced. Snow fell to an  extraordinary depth. In the city of London  travel is almost totally suspended ; omni-  fcusea and cabs ceased running, and vehicles  of any description are scarcely seen on  la i^������. provinces snow  NOTICE.      '  PUBLIC NOTICE 'is hereby ftven.'that from and  ��������� after the 1st day of September, next,: all Births,'  Deaths and Marriages within, the Province of, British  Columbiaare to be Registered under the provisions'of  llTha Registration of, Births, Deaths and Marriages'  Act, 1872," at the Office of. the District Rejristrar-'ot  the District wherein the same respectively shall take  place, and within.the times following, that is to say:'  BIRTHS���������With in 60 days from 'the date thereof. |^:  PEATHS-JWithln SO 'days .after interment.'    ''"   '  MARRIAGES���������Within 90 days from the'date thereof.:  Every Householder! Head of a FatnilyJ'Clergytrian,  Physician, or other^per/������on or persons, required by the  said Act to report Births, Deaths an,d K^rriages, who  refuses, or wilfully"ae^lecta-to do so, within the times 1  before named, will be liable to a penalty for eachand  every offence- of not less than Five Dollars or more  than Twenty Dollars, to be. recovered with costs before anypua.Uce of the Peace having jurisdiction within  the locality where any such offenco is committed  against the said Act.  By command,  H. B. W. A1KMA5,  Registrar General.  Land Registry Office,      1  THO&AS FLETCHER wishes to inform the  people of Cariboo that ho Is prepared to -..  CAST   ALL  KINDS  WORK  OF BRASS  At the shortest notice.  $@S* BOXES kept on hand or cant to order  The Store Is alsopopplled with a general assortment  of Goods, which he lutvnds to soli at a small profit.  .  Fletcher's Heaung Apparatus-with Hot Air;  Saves the expense of Stoves, Fuel and labor.  and lepsens^tbe danger of fire. It is as well adapted  for Shaft-houses as ordinary- buildings, is cheap, anp  ia warranted to give entire s-tUsSactlon.  Last Chance. Lightning;Creek,--!     ^   '  The FLOREHCE k the beat Sewing  Machine for Family use, because it  eo seldom getsout of order. If there  (s one not working well l������  CALIFORNIA/  OREGON,  WASHINGTON .TERRITORY.  NEVADA,     '    '  IDAHO.      '  ALASKA.  BRITISH COLUMBIA,  MEXICO,  JAPAN.'.  Or" CHINA, if Informed of It, I will  f#jc It without any expense) to the  owner.  SAinnBL'-EniLc-Agwti-  Koi 19 Moatgomery Street, Soutli,  PAk ^KANcisco, Pal,  November 2. 1872.  u*2  Aug. 31,1872.  sel4  .    LEA & PERKINS'  Celebrated .  WORCESTER SHIRE    SAUCE  Declared by Connoisseur* to he  THE  ONLY   GOOD SAUCE.  Boess op AessMBLr, 2i Augnflttfie7f������  Kxtract from Rules relative to Private Bills.  60. All applications for Private Bills, properly the  subject of- legislation by the Legislative Assemhly of  British Columbia, within the purview of'.' The British  North America Act, 1867," whether for the erection of  a Bridge, the making of a Railroad, Turnpike Road, or  Telegraph Line, too construction or improvements a  Harbor, Canal, Loot. Dam or Slide, or other like work:  the granting of a right of Ferry; tho Incorporation of  any particular trade or calling, or of auy Joint-Stock  Company; or otherwise for granting to any individual  or individuals any exclusive or peculiar rights or privileges whatever, or for doing any matter or thing  which mils operation would affect tho right or prop,  erty of other parties, or relate to any particular class  of the community; or for making any amendment of &  like nature to any former Act, shall require a Notice,  clearly and distinctly specifying the uature and object  Thftv ftrraatart 42 n^ranna   ������1 W������<1  ������f tho application, to be published as follows, viz.:  m.���������8 *      rsOCB, alleged .. ^.^^ |n thpe British Columbia Gazette,  and in one newspaper published in the district af.  frcted, or if there bo no newspaper published therein,  then in a newspaper in tho nest nearest district in  which a newspaper is published.  UQJ- Such notice shall bo continued in each case for  a period of at least six weeks, during the interval of  time between tho close of the next preceding Session  and, tho consideration of the petition.  61. Before any Petition praying for leave to bring  in a Frtvato Bill for tho erection of n Toll Bridge is  presented to the Houso, tho person or persons intend*  ing to petition for such Bill shall, upon giving tho no-  tice prescribed in tho preceding Rule, also at the samo  time, and in the s^rne manner, give notice of the rates  which they intend to ask, the extent ol the privilege,  the hciimt of tho arches, the interval between the  abotments or piers for tho passage of rafts or vessels,  and mentioning also whether they intend to erect a  drawbridge or not, and the dimenslona of the same.  CHARLES GOOD,  sc21 m Clerk of tb# Legislative Assembly.  in III!UlUtBWH'M*.<!> '"  Caution against Fraud.-frThe success of tbl*  most delicious and ouriyalled Condiment having  caused certain dealcrsto n|)ply the name of "Winces  tershire Sauce'* to their own inferior com pouin is, the?  public is hereby informed thattht only way to pro  cure the genuine, is to  ASK   FOR  LEA fe'PERKINS'   SAUCE  and to soo that their names arc upon 'the wbappkr  LABKL8,ST0PPKR, and BOTTLE.  Some of the foreign" markets having been supplied  with a spurious WorccstcrshireSauceaipon the wrap  per and labels of which the names of Leu and Pcrrina  have been forged, L. and, P. give notice that they  have furnished their correspondents with power oi  attorney to take instant proceedings against manufacturers and vendors of such, or any other imitations by which the iirlghtm ay belnfnnged.  Ask for LEA & PERRINS* Sauce and see  Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and  Stopper.  Wholesale and forexportby the Proprietors, Wor  cestcrjCrosseandBlaokwell. London, &c������,&c;  byGroccrsandOilmen universally  Send for Circular* and tamp lee of  the work. Art!va Agent* wanted in  ���������vary place,  BAENAIID'S EXT HESS  Uuder temporary arrangement  for  cooyej-  uuca of the Mails from  Cache Creek to Okanagan.  Tho undersigned has placed a line of Pawe������*  ger Singes on-lhe  Running in close connection with the Stage*  irom Yale to Barkerville.  PersonaTwiting.the Okanajjan District will  find this by far the moat convenient mode of  travel.  JSt* Stages leave Cache Creek on Wednea-  Idny mornings at 10 o'clock,, and will return  the following week in time to connect with  the Stages'going North and South.  mm*?  & ii Jin.  iilAfi  W\]\ be transacted over the route.   Freight  carried.     Parcels   delivered.    Commissions  executed.   Collections made.  au24 2ra F. J. BARNARD & CO.  THE BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMER-  I   3CA at VICTORIA will until further notice pay  on money specially lodged Interest at the rate of  Four per cent, per annum  -on deports subject to Fifteen Days 'not ce ,of with  clrawal, and  Five per cent, per annum  on Deposits^subject to Thirty jDaya notice of with-  drawal.  'JHENRY'A TTJZO,  , Manager Victoria Branch.  October 18,18*2, "  HAVE! been requested by several rcspcctablo parties, whocah testify to tho efficacy of my Byateci,  to again mako public tho fact that  Moses' Hair Xnyigorator  WILTV PREVENT BALDNESS,,/  RESTORE HAIR THAT IS BECOMING THIN  OR FALLING OFF, and effectually  ;.   CURB SCURJT OR DANDRUFF.  This ja not a mere assertion on my part, as I ftavt  In my possession numerous testimonials certifying to  the success of my remedy, "  I do not of course pretend that I can make the hnlr  grow on heads which* have been bald for years ; but  I will guarantee to stop tho hair from falling off, to  Increase Its growth, and effectual lyre move Scurf or  Dandruff.   ������������������ ���������     .  ��������� W. D. MOSES,'  BarkerviUe,B.C.  CERTIFICATE.  This is lo certify that during last sprfng, my hai  was rapidly falling out and my head was Tost becom  Ing bald, when I applied to Mr W. D. MOSES, Barber  BarkervillOj who in a few weeks restored my halrj  its former healthy state ID AVID GIBBONS-  garkwrille Dee. S������, WW    ���������  RE pre'parp'djfto furnish Lumber at their^Millffj  wuiiarn Creek, or deliver it, to order.  'tUMBBB DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK;  Having: a Planiag Machine in operation ihey wl  also famish  I  t i  fV!F

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