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 1  Vol 16.  Barkerville; William Creek, B.C., Saturday, July 11, 1874;  Nan  XlE CARIBOO SEJfii*  .   Puhlished every Saturday b^.^  Subscription,  -  25 Cents* per Week....  RATES OF ADVEUT1S[N0.;  wine^reiottelD������b),nr8tlnscrj10D;   ���������  ,0TI,'    ln one mouth,   ���������   ������  I  l������S  1'  Sum  1  I  Pert^osquares .flrstinaertion,  i        ������'      ouomonin, ���������.  $3  5  6  8  Amenta for the "Cariboo Sentinel."  m Winkle. . ��������� -  ���������vsnclnviuth.  rid Creek,    -  mioiy *  ilo,     ���������     *    ..  *# ffestmhisier  etnri'i,    '*     :*'  JVFHIior,' *  Strait,    - .   r  . .': . ' . . Lindsay.;  "i Bernard's Express  : '.���������."-   Barnard'F.Kxpress  .     SarniinPfc Express  do '.'$<>������������������'  ���������   John Murray  .      .'������������������'_   Mr Phak/Firnrc  .-. ��������� ,-gan Francisco.  80 CoruUil 1, laiiduu. 8. CV;  MS CARIBOO SENTINEL A A/A:  JOt: :PRNTlN^^FFIGEt  "Osirrls-i. Circiilarsj Posl ers a nd PrOgmm inefcfof  Balls and Theatrical Enter tain roerite-  ^Executed with neatness anddispatch .^^  Terms moderate. ���������;  I       PACIFIC RAILROAD REPORT.   .   .  I     The i ol to wi n g are the -sn m m arised cori clu-  I fir-os regarding thw Pacific Railway, na jlist .  I ffe$l by ihe report and Appendices and as aeIv  I furt'u by the Eagineer-in-Chipf:      ���������������"   ���������  I     ������ That. although the information respect-  f Jug tlie Rocky Mountain Zone is not yet sufficiently compete lo establish;-the linejto the  Pacific, several rou'es have, however, been  found on  which  the obstacles  met  with,  .allhoiijrh formidable, are not insuperable, ���������'���������'���������  2. That there are. reasonable grounds for  the belief that the explorations id progress in  British Columbia will result in tlie discovery  of a line through the Rocky Mountain region  which, taking everything into consideration,  will be more eligible than any yet surveyed.  3.. That it Is now established beyond doubt  that a favorable and comparatively easy  route, considering the line as a whole, has  been found from Ottawa to the,northerly side  of Lake Superior. This result is the more  satisfactory, as unfavorable impressions had  been created regarding this portion of the  country, many having considered tt Cvenim-  practicable for railway construction.  4. That it will he possible to locate the line  direct from the northerly side of Lake.Superior to the Prairie region, without unusually  expensive works of constmc.1 ion. at the,same  time with remarkably light gradients in the  direction of the heavy traffic.  5. That the main line from Ottawa to Manl.  toba can be located in such a way as to ren.  der unnecessary the construction of a branch  to reach the navigable waters of Lake Supc-  fi. That there will bo no difficulty in finding  a comparatively easy route across the prairie  region ; that the bridging of the large rivers,  with proper care in location, will form no  forgo, proportion of the coal of the whole extent of rail way.  7. That the lakes ami rivers of the prairie  region may be advantageously used in the  introduction of settlers and in the construction of the railway.  8. That with respect to'operating the railway ia winter, the chief difficulties will be  found on the western slopes of tbe two great  mountain chains in British Columbia, but, except in these localities, the Canadian Pacific  Railway will have, on an average, considerably loss snow than existing railways have to  *oateiKl with,  r 9; cThat the -practicability pf establishing  railway communication across the continent  wholly within the limits of the, Dominion, is  ho longer a matter of doubt. It may indeed  be . now accepted as a certainty that a route  lias Seen found, generally possessing favorable engineering features, with the "exception,  of,a' short section approaching the Pacific  coast; which route,.taking its entire length,  including the exceptional section alluded to.  will ;on the average show lighter work, and  will require less costly structures, than have  been'necessary on many of the railways now  iu operation in the Dominion. [    ���������  MISCELLANEOUS.  PUBtiq^CTIGE.  T^jOTiCE- is -HEFtEpy n'rvEN that: a  IT  COURT OP'APPBAL  u'ntfff the prfvhio'ns' of tha'���������''-Wild Iaiu1 "Lis A.ot,  T$?3, ������* tor th| Dl=*iriort of Garibtm, Aviil bo held at iH  u nd er ms n d������jn������U places -ou the ieppsc Uvj ; d ft ys ; m ���������hl  lioued, viz,,: '      y-...r   ������������������  . j /Richftfld Court House, July 3d,    -  ;   ;: SodaCreek.;July 7th; - ::  ��������� ���������/���������"' ,Quesnelmouth,:July 10th.  Lightning Creek, July 12.  II. M.vBALL. ;  Richfield, Juno 19,1874: h-20  MISCELLANEOUS.  ���������     MJr������  HAS JUST RECEIVED  A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP  Spring and Bummer  MISCELLANEOUS.  Barkerville Brewery  Public Notic  PRIVATE  B I LDS.  "All applications for Private "Rills, properly the.  subject of K'LsLJUioa by ifo.UjffcltttVvo Assembly ol'  British Columbia, within the purviaw pf "ThoBritish  NortirArh*rica^^  \\\y particular,tratio or.C5im������i;. \>i ��������������� ������*������j, ������-,.,. *,*,������,..���������  .'otppaey; or otherwise?Xorgranting to any ift&svUmi.  or Individuals"any exclusive or peculiar rights or pnv  ilrgtiS ^vhrttover,T or for doing any matter" oV; thine  which ui its operation..would ...aifrct tlv������ right or prop".  prty of other ''paw lea,;������>r Mute to nn>* particular class  Of the comrminity; or for. making any 'arn^nflment.of a  like nature to any former Act, sliai I require a Notice,  clearly and d is linctly $ p*ci fy I ng the uat \i re ail -\ "ohj cct  6f-thcapplicati.������D)'tobepqblished as follows, viz :  A 'Sfoiico inserted in tbo' British Columbw Gazette,  and in one newspaper published in ibc- f^^'.  j*ecte<i, or If there bo no.newgpap������r published ther^fn,  then in a newspaper iu the next naart-sl district la  wiiich a aewspap^r Js mtbllsheJ.        .���������'���������":.       -  ' Sucb uutico shall bo continued in each case for  t, nerlod of at least six weeks, durln? tbo^lnterval ol  time between the close of the m-xt preceding .-cssioii  ������nd; mentioning also   drawbridge or not, and the dimensions of the same.  J. ROWLAND HETT.  Clerk of the Legislative Assembly  Ju4  a  0. s  ������,  '' (Carrying Her Majesty V Mails,)  LEAVES   BAKKEaYlLUB   FOR   YALE  iu,  Connecting with eteameni at ft.ejm.to ulh,  Yale, New Westmtuaier aud Vicloua.  Freight and Paasengm carried through at reason-  ^^raU* of Froight arid Passage, apply to  ior ratea oi *n������ri       ^ BYRNKS, Agent,  UiirkervillS.  je20  STANLEY, L1GBTNING GREEK,  Propihetok.  $9 per..Week.  ,75 csnts.  8AM WHA,  Board,  .ifforr-i*.  TheM* ItophKo* with tb, \* ������.^������J-  M  Selecied.rrom the best Honso in Vlotorl������, /.  H  .���������'......'.���������'.������������������ ��������� ���������. r'...;.turn?3R;.&'co.  ";������������������' ���������'../���������;.  ladies' trimmed hats,  :-; Fancy silks,/ ���������  'v      DRESS PATTERNS,  V MERINOS,  ���������     -A    ���������-' ������������������ ; TLAI'DS,    '      .  AA-A-y;yrA--^-AA-"?QPJJ&S:\A Arir:y  ���������'" BLAuK ALPACA.  /:c;* ".���������hose,. ;:;; /  Ijarge and small sizes,' and Children's. ;.  ;  BEST FRENCH CORSETS, '  ARTIFICIAL. FLOWERS, ";:������������������  '. EIBRONa:;. ":*.���������' Ai\:rAy,r  ;   ,    LADtES' tJNDKR0T/)THE3i    -  ;���������-':���������     FANCY FRINGE,  ������������������' ^ *���������-:'.���������       BUTTONS*   ���������������������������A " '���������������������������  ; y A-:. SEWING - 6ILKi.VAo;  G-ent's ������ Boy's Sira^ Hats  0    SILK SHIRTS;" NECK TIES. BOWS, r  -SCARFS, BUTTERFLIES, &c. V; ���������  ..:���������;���������.">". ' '*' ���������    nry^2mv        ��������� ���������-. ���������������������������;-=!- _ ��������� .   ���������  rROPRIETORv  NOTICE.  THE; UNDERSIGNED irAVE; FORMED A  A Partneribip for general trading jiurp6ses|.to be  known as BEEDY & TOWmmDiAAAAA..,  A.y'A';'"^   IbAmEmA  .���������/���������..���������,:'��������������������������� 'lA.-TO^NSEND.: ���������  Yau Winkle,������������������May 1st, 1874. .       royld  &. f\  -AT THE���������  Keep on: hand ever thing  bepssd rai mm  The patronage so liberally ox tended to theoMItem  Is respectfully solicited fur tiro new. in>lp 01������  The Celebrated J ffl i lie I  will ���������boraanarachiTftil an d sold by WholVsalo andj R������  tail In A ta purity, and  The best Liquors ,& Cigar  constantly kepi <ysx.Mwt\ .  The liOdgiiiglDepartaient  will "ba always carefully 'aUetuiod to. arid.thfl hert  Beds and acooaiinodation provided for tbeir cm*  tomereC' .;".-! A: :r ;:'A AA������������������������������������:���������������������������       . :. 'A ���������deia.-"  BARKERVILLE,  Auctioneer, Commission  and Mining Agent,  APPRAISES A?IB_ COBVETlHGEB.  #3TGnods received nud ������tnred in FIRE-PROOF  CKLLAR, and liberal advaucen made on same, ni  rtMi^oimble rale*. my n Oin  9  STANLEY, LIGHTNING CREEK,  R. McDKRKO'JT,  I        PKOraiETOR.  *?-The host Wines, Liquors, and Cigars at the  Barf and all visitors made happyjand comiortable.a  iuy3 Om  SURVEYING.  ���������) ARTIES    INTENDING    TO     AVAIL  themselves of tn*. now *Mming Law ond to put,  rhflse their arounOi can have tbo Survey of tho aime  and Jtepi made hy addressing  CAJ'T. 0, J, TRAYAiLLOT.  Appointments.,  , >;..  , ^Provincial Secretary's .Offlcdi  "^       ���������'���������-. 26th May, 18H..  The name of "William Henry Robertson>  Rsql." appointed a Justice'Apt 'the iFeace; war  gazetted in error ori the 1st November, 1873,  as W. A. Robertson.  Provincial Secretary's Office, ������������������   -  ; ���������      26tti May, 1874.      :A- /��������� V.  The LieutenaDt-Governor iri\Cotiticil has  been pleased to appoint John Howe Sullivan������  lisq., to be Gold Commissioner and Stipendk  ary Magistrate for,the District of Gassian  Provincial Sflcrefa"v's Offl6e������  SOtb May, 1874  The Lien ten ant-Govern or In Council bits  been pleased to appoint John Howe Sulltvabt  Esq.. on "tbe Commission of the Peace for the.  Produce of Bdtist Columbia.  Provincial Secretary's Office;  >������������������''������������������ AA     ���������" SOih May,1874 < ������������������"  The -Lieutenant-Governor fn Gonncll has  been p leased to place Job n Howe Sul Ii van t.  Esq., to be Coroner for the District of. Gas*  sUrv.\:.'._.. .; (',.-��������� '��������� ..tu '%'���������[  PrbvinciaVSecretary's Offloe,  ���������. 30th May j 187-i. ��������� s '���������;.  The -Lieutenant Governor in Counoil has  been pleased to appoint John Howe SulUvau,  Esq., to be Registrar under and to carry out  tile "Marriage Ordinance, IS?!'* and the  "'Marriage Ordinance 'Ameudmeut AoV  1872," for the District of Cassiar. ''; ."/  Provincial Secretary's OOica,  1st June, 1874.  The Lieutenant Governor iu Council has  been pleased to place Hugh Nelson, Esq., on  the Commission of tho Peace for the Province!  of British Columbia.  s Provincial Secretary's Office,'"1'  2d June, 1.874.  The appointment of F. Brent, Esq., to bs  Collector under the "Qualification and Registration of Voters' Act, -1.574," which ap.  peared in tW Gazette of the 4lh April last,  lias been cancelled by the Lieutcnaot-Go'.*  ernor in Council.  Provincial Secretary's Office*,  2d June, 1874..  Tbe Lieutenant-Governor in Counoil ha*  been pleased to appoint 0. A. Vernon, Esq.f  to he Collector of Votes for the Polling  Division of'Okanagan, vice 1*\ Brent, Esc^^  whose appointment has b^-eu cauceilod.  fAAA.   '  tf-yyi  fy  '  ;���������-,.  Wi\  I'JIJIMJKLfiflU IffPTf  mmaiaaiBtBMv.'w.'flt'i.Mag  IBaigBaMSaiSlMiHiMiiatvjijrojaiBnMHW  MiiiaiaiajwiB^iiiaiii.a^K'aiaH^wjyiEiajaam.'Mi^B^ r~7  rs :::%;:^  aaewwaiaaas^^  ,;���������<;.. (&!#!?������& !ftln^tl*?^b*^iK^>a������wVF'  r"?,^ 5?SJ^������'11[:r'*' * it ir-  THE-MK  SMTIML  ^to^a^^^^  -ANliJN^i'iAwi;  '"���������'"���������"!> itA:-.. *AA.~  A pjara^a^fn rtS������" ySrtoria ���������Cpfonist^of  35 4tb June says "that by an Act passed at the  jl rar������ieTEIoi^^  ;.":y":;'f������Jp^sd    _ _  tlie iownaofWci^  OW������:bftve^read ovetfe  "in;J8���������J Canada Gazette ashaving received the  GovernorGeneralsafesent.land -^anrfiud.no,  '-'Atel/of?tbe nature stated, and the member for?  Cariboo-'while-a'fcQtt^  a, law being in existence.    The people of  this district, ho-We^er, ^bejzeviqg there must  b������ some foundatfbn!f tor the attternen t in the  . Colonist, are natural 1 y enongh anrprised and  ; xnidigTiarjt' at|anpbjjf^cepfcional and  unjust  ; ^egislatibii, wbicb not only tf ill inflict pecuf  ������������������'������������������'wary "'Aosa-oa parties , who,; oave-vlnybsted  ���������iheir tapital iu��������� tbese businesses ioutside of  but confines  b ���������ce^lh^nd^riisl Ul i iigXto;  FiRiCr-A firefekevout at 3 o'clock yesterday affcer^n'in ^ large Chinese house;  ne>r,iue;^  tbe heroic exertions of the Brigade, assisted  by tbe citfeens and mimerons volunteers who  "hastened  sie^5^to^th^;s|)o tas "soon*;*as: t ber fire was  si$F-iron^^  ;i4M^arjar5as ?:^ UHMrS^ ft*���������**3  Victoria and New Westminster,  1 beCbrbsecution ��������� ot - b re wi nff ��������� an c  two tow ns, onl y of tb is I arge p ro vi ncev (Su rel y  ��������� Vie to( ri$ $xq$y#r% ^ *an&distil lets, tbr-ppgh^Jie  agency of Mr Bnnster* haye rio't ^a^a'g^M^b  get:this law passed for the purpose of giving  1 h 319, af mpnop oty of,, ,the;,bu sines's; j n, ^British  ��������� Cobini&il?A,^,&$iiink not^as with^egual'jiis^  ; ii ce in igbt Vi c toria boot an d 1 either,, m an u fac-  r i\ireT&, or VictoHa. impo*r|er%' of Aetc^aiSiseJ���������  #et a law passed by which tfie.people of cer;  *tain/pertioasx^ttbe;ffW tie com-  ��������������������������� pelled to purchase soiely"; articles- of their  Tpatmfacfure' br importation;   Then look at  :;' "tbe^ou t*?ageous bearing o������ihjs claw; jjpnh those  Were bursting tbrough; thel Tpof of the build*  iijg^aiid%l(bough*only aiewminutes^apsed:  before tlie 3pfe������;w#;. ISif and^ater ihr6wni  ' tfte,_ SrQ|^������jj^ead to; the * kdjoiknig .two ���������  ilor^buUdi^  tlle'/;alarm the" fire was,snb(liied>= having been  cb ri Q ne^tb1} the Ibn j j ding $ \ n\ w������ ic h ,1 kqrigl u -  atojand the adjoining one; wbicb, with the  otitbouses^^era. fdestrpy^d.- TJ)e ��������� j?ui]dingrs:  ^eW;oi&d;:ibyib!ilhese,^and occupie'a; as a  fc|'othai and gambl|ng:bbuspV/respectiveiyr  l!h e fi re is sai d t ov bay e^b ee n ^caused.; hy a  Ugh ted cand! e hav ing' been' 1 eTt close to th e  p*%eV aud cot ton. 1 i nin^. of fine';of'. the.bed:  rpoms^n���������'tbe^brbtliellV Jhp-firj^ade^^fficers1  ajid men. wspe^ially the1 'Captain, Mr George  rjyrn es. an d also t he vol u n teers^wb������ sojnob ly  seconded tlieir efforts/ arCdesi^ing^fv;liw'  highest-praise for^their;Shcc^  in stopping the .progression a^ fire wfiich haci  aksuiued alarming ^opbrtidrisf - We niust  yiso^note ;/be?:(.ass|s(am?e "rendered -by -Mr  1st Single Bash.-pnrse cf ������20. ^^S^J  Wm. Dixori%JUilirCans, Dixon's wfogpff.  Conneirs^S^okan Jim, and Paddy s ?bor8e:  Wild Irishman, aTOn:-hy:SpoMnV4im.;v.|.p.  SnCSingle; Dasb-Pur&iof ^:������*fei  Patld v^ Wilrl rHsbman^M. Bray -a; Molly} -I..  Lindbard7sUPet,Al)ixon's,Carn; ;W������by^������r^  m& Sihpe^asl^-Purse of S2a;> ^ntnea^  M. Bray's Molly, Paddy's Wild Hshinan, and  Lindhard's Pet.:;v. Won by :Moily. v       ..  In add'itibn^lielibo^Jthfr^w     indim  ibot^ra^eSf:wbicb^llbrde^  "to th& Ibbker^on!; ^;r;' !rrt ���������s   ���������. 'r *;'*"v<;" ' "A  ���������NEW ADVERTISEM ENtS^  p I, BAgmwill!  .     GEMUINE/ DRUGS,     '  yF{KfENT MEOlCMki  ���������-���������'��������� ' A ���������' :A:r ~������rom;the 'PropriMois. ^%,: ...  i iaNs% Kuin-z 062i"PANT^-TweM- directors  qp. tluslco^plny-^a^  ;tei^-^ctim*p|nied^^^b^  y^ter^ay^ inorf ing* ea io ii te ��������� lor; Barkery ilie;  -\ri&qA^^  Creek<^e^ery i'-.Wye'ek;; '*. ffrWwS 1.1 be: a. great  bo^to-ibVpeopl^  'medical Jad*yice:"'/' r '/' A"'---- ;:'.''1: .  '-A-  ���������tj''t  j ^n*E-;fe^fes������:4rri.*^  funnily;were .passengers ��������� to; BarkoryMi*.^' ,!rq .  l^w:%l5VIiKTiSEME>^rS.  ^ho^live invested their^eney in; brewe-rie? ^ing;i July -i^the folio wing^bfficers we re  4  . rj , ^gb ,   ,.  to add' that thero>ver-e*xeriiion of Captain  llyrn es b"cough tvpn; a severe ^ne^xyoas ��������� atfa ck  Which prbstratM him 'fer ^e^ei^l fiomfc but  under the^akiUful/attendance of Dr. Chipp  He rapidly^i^bvered. *  .���������     ��������� ..  i A   ^: -  | IxsTAiJ'ii'riON^-At, a ^meetingSn 'r*  lodge. No. 4#$^Kfe ������d ;on S  Bodge. ?  Garibop  SatiVrday  r-r-y..Mdm������&.-Myy<  THUSSE^vantl ���������; EUSTIOl ST OGKlXGS, k$K*f llA  $tati(^ei^i;-������llTff-'aiid  {|������������������;;;/,/. ^PerifMmferv,-���������'���������:r���������"'!>.t  '���������?���������.  -. -   -.1/ *  :��������� -   /'������������������ >    FOR HOKSE������.  .���������..���������������������..  c  HVtT: ff.  ���������JlERl^Ka OF THE>JlESf ftER* ^OF?TH.KTBl.ACK  L������ Iher'd Sifre, Rloh ttrl-li mi MOSPAV- i^V KKlNl^  July IS, lST-ijI'-ttt, SwrfiA' o'clock;:? ,^< ������������������; "f ���������   ��������� ��������� ju It  ^  ^���������oiH0E;'  ' or- distillerlesTontside^oMhe^ prescribed-��������� dis-  ttriots.- Take, ^ipr instance^ the barkerville  "hvqW6ryylh^^ica%?e^&l*SfJjB0me $20,000  ���������Is'lnvesf^^^aM"wbicb MS>een carried on /in  '- conformity "with, ii^ f c-'q ? i iveiien "cs of "tbe law  ^"^'l^.'P?^' Vleyan gears'." The proprietor  , ���������w]U;Be^l^  A\^^q:c\q$eM^0^^xnent .an ri. suffer: the>  3oss;of the capital which be basuu vested fins  '; bis busunesaf 'ajpd.-also^^tergo. stun of money  recently -^^e^ea*'in^-pnr^ stock  to  fB-trj^Vhis ^requirepen^a^for the next ten .or  t welvefmont^. i\V"e can imagine % t oneijaam,  wby sucheab-anjust and *aibitrary Jaw/ could'  bave been'x recom-aiended ��������� and1 'passed," and  that is. ^expense;.of collection in. the upper  -poriioli.'bf   the^f r^yjnee^ of  the excise  taxes ^leyfed, ,,00, , *&������ v ���������manufacture v;of  beer ;an.dl'6pirits.{-is.;e^  ���������;--laWs are 'b^-tbe/ most !compiex^an^-'a^itrary:  ; nature, anl :tb6^cliVJik^8\i>-f^;Ca^  ���������not e^p$o^  stlrai^t cbn^h^super^  - <1 istilieniearon the part ofetheiexcfsernan^atrd;  ^s^^lisiimebls of tbis kinjai'e^fewand.far  ibrfttteeffin tbis^prdrince batside' of Victoria,  a guager:would be reqo^ed tor every mittffl  * actbr^#;;:^ yBiTt'people  who bav������ Invested; their.;, money; in these  l>^slnesses;^atside. of Victoria* and. J^ewl West-  ^ij^srvi;'wbild^ of :1aM npifradap ted for' a  ^%k#ttjjfe force  5n this provia^e. ;;If it is fontid.topjeipensiye  to collect the excise taxes- levied under the  ���������pn&Wfit'-''-"^ , let;  ;the   Gerr  *Tiir|}ent ta-ck;ife to some  Federal'.;officer' hayingf time toal'fend. to i|;  ������r:-;if this cannot be done, let it adapt:the  excise laws to the requirements and position-  of d is Ir i c ts 5 sue b as Car'ibop, wb er e b r e w i ng  and 9 is till ing wil 1 p ;:o. bib ly n eV e r "b e car ri e d  <>B.fjBp.extensireIy as to \yarrantlbo payment  off-everi la .mo derate .salary to a revenue coi-  Iect<Vr. iA^Mwi prohibiting brewing and dis-  ip;sta]ledydip. the: ���������: ensuing ~yei$hy W^ P. "M  Jonatban-Nu-tV���������-^ -��������������� - 7v :��������� I 'A AA K  [ BrotberW. StephensonJw,;M������-Brb; Jas. G.)  :;������cMillan^S.! M)lMi 'BtffiMgm^M.j  Bro.jP.;Neufelderj Treasurer ; Brb^Jos H. St.  riauretft,. Secretary���������; .Bro.- 01 bos.' Harding,  irJ)^ 'Bro..-Felix$&tiii*&iS������ Bros. A. EBfc:  man 'ahdrAifgelb 'Pen^^laVSt^Wafds^'BroJOi  ^G'N^H," Tyri^'v,: fv-;v;,/:,! ^ :y .";.,.: /y>.. -.;.; ���������  After, the't^installation 'the:-bbrethren, with- a  r umber of -Invited gues^at: down to a col-  .li vfcion ;;ia; th e ALodge ��������� robrar the" W. M elect j  ftrb;; ;Stepenson71n the cliairy supbrted- :by  P^/Bro/^bbmpson/Ivf^on the right and  i>;M. Bro. Nntt on'tbe left. ^The usual loyal  {pasts, having-be^.-a^rbpb^iby. the chairman.  ^rid qpnoreel,;;13rp\/T^mpson proposed:the  be^t) tbbf ihe^ne fvly jnstai led |l^ste r a^nd^ p ros-  ���������rferity. to.earibob Lodge, wbich was duly re-  j|osed Ihe health, of Bro. ��������� Thornpson��������� !&i.PM  wbicb having 'o'een responded to,; the W; M*  ppj)0s^d: ..jth^>f^li;b-(^jl0-;^7eral'-Bew!T-  ejected'^ohlcers^which ^aa^re^pbndbd'^'by  t^eayW. elect, Bro. JlcMjilan. P. M. Pro:  ybbi^spn ^beh^^ropb  Retiring oSkers, which was responded' to by  ?\S'i?^'.^ffc*".-Sc������nga and music'tollowed  ^fff?^0^^ inrapid 8uccessibhf;till Aurora  persed with ^ pleasing recollections of tbeir  anniversary celebratibn of 1871 ������������������"  ������EiANmvC0KI^^  iNI) .��������� DTTCH ;0>MPAKYr(J 4oiitf������fi)?;p:lH%bB'>..hel������h at  shdr Ofi5������e, B^crvUiei 6n SA^^KDAY;W-23'tb- July,  at Seven o'clock, p.m.  "; ;���������   - ' = ' -,..,;���������������:.;'-' SccroUirv.-  Barkftrvilie. 4th Julv. 1SR      .   ,,,  J       ,,,.���������" i;,<   ������������������  HAVE^CJ S0B0mY B0SINKS3 at'SS'  f*,leyi iMt.-tjfbttwcin'tu^, 'v .*���������>>_���������;.:'.. .,.-��������� ���������..>./���������.'  ; v , ; Samuel smith, < ^ :'  ;I vri>ul -I������J^conSmend all my��������� cu9U������m*rs ta j>aimils������  him.   Ue wi'1 Import. Urge qujiutiii.*i of *���������,-���������.  ^'hfch h^wUI'sell.** ��������� ' * ��������� - - -������- ��������� >: - t \     \ < t ,-������ ���������  f7H0LM^Sf,^ND;.RSTA.iLj A^ GElEAP  S^������U^.^aoe;fii 1S74;  Aa   a '    -i?s?i������  an  I-  *|M^  ;axff?ig  ^j ;^he:.publiO;tbat they Jusve:ppejiect a *';.    ���������.": :>    J  :���������'.,..":-��������� f-Txl (''    -^ ". .'^;      .' , '       ..". ..'.   A'-':- -A-        ���������' ^''i  .. Salbon'ii'r. B^^^vilie;  ifOae. door below the TfC^f.lCOVF������CK.){    .   *  ;or the sale otWINESV'LIQUOBS^4 GI0AJIS"  Of .the* bqst,quuhty,' . "���������' ���������"���������-���������''       * ���������; ������������������',"' ���������; : ���������"���������*.���������: ;':���������; ���������.'-..  I ���������'������������������:������������������ ' :.v''���������������������������*'���������'   -"-���������'���������''������������������ :-������������������'���������; ���������'���������:���������;��������� .���������!���������'���������   ���������:���������:���������;   ���������>'"'.-,";,;   ������������������' ���������������'-,���������-��������� -v-J��������� j  >,  ^ j������t   ;��������� - -,.  ^ . FOa sale;; , ' (l ,.- - " - ���������  IfBaibir  ?< ���������������������������������)���������������  E;o.  ���������?���������������  'sA-O.'  1 11 '* I  ��������� al;  1  a  I.) to the fipHcioai.i>r^mise3 rn>ruierly Khoivri as' ti ������i  St. GziirUG' Salooa^whbraribeyi^til..U^,:ttl*H_tlcuc������>  prewired to ,furaisb(y.;   ,,  t. .     -      :  .    ." B'0a*B-b' -AND ^MB'AltS.   -  OF TIHE IBEST ,60^1.^^  7 Tho''" iA%**fr��������� furoi^ed'" wltff tfiV flncsv WINTK3,  eW din  ;     EidOpara-Slippers^/  ;������������������ ; :t ';;;';Lasting 'feiis-Ha^  : ;������������������������������������'���������_    ;   Si^ss-T-fromKo. 24 to T.  V  ^4! S S E S: a. B O Y S'; BALMORAL 8^  Sizes���������firomi6to Yi. .. 7/1 SI A I.  CHILDRESS; ?ALilOEAL^, No. 1 to [6.  INFANTS; BOOTIES. No: I to "qI 'a  ' j i istice*** If������au cb* a 1 a w ��������� basf real ly b een p assed,  ihat nosattempt^will be made to. enforce its  FOURTH OF JULY RACES AT STANLEY  j International-. PnHe;: $150 ;   350 Wan *  W'��������� w -rr'. -^^r-.Wra. DixonVmaro  irme,Wm. Dixon's horse Cam. and  Camer  tin's, horse Oregon Diet   1st  won by Trifle.  Ladies'Tur.%/.$75; .350 vanls  3.   Entries-McOonnelPs Bulger '.Dick. Sto.  venson's J)extc;r, Cameron's ()reffhu Dick���������  uud 2d beats  ������:������ ������ Jenny, end Whit D&6u������g?p$ct. .-in  ^nd.3d heats won by Dexter: Gips/y-diV  tanced. '    ���������,"'   T  boa  j ; t;!" s..��������� ���������';. /;;.' A,.'V-.^a'cr "��������� ;-.���������'.'.-.".':, ':��������� "��������� . ; ;���������'.  LADIEo & CHIL  Di  p'S SHAKER HATS.  LADIES' UMBRELLAS.  Paper Collars aiid ' draffs.  GENT'S WHtTE SHIIITS,  1    No. lo to 10.  v-ffl: T! ��������� ������ ab^v" Rro ^cw' iim}'iy> J U!������ t weelvod h v  ��������� W, D. mQSBS.  Burkervillo, July il.  j'i4. lm  tEAMER' ViCtORlA  :*Wfj---f.:<--^:!.j ������������������������������������.:  ; "������������������;:  Ia'&tfhls ������1������ 6taii(l,,imti^������ prepar^lUo do :) >/?  [��������� Al2:^ilS j#-^J&iR'Hfs 'Lt|H '.I  Promptly, a rtistktilyt a h* lit -the Ww os t gol ag r ii tea; ���������>  ��������� "   .������?��������� ..i .;'-,VifP? >r^"v; ���������������������������!:-V ,*������������;  J.fj A 'A  -l  * K.B.-Haying ^, tATPK ^^^j PT^W '  ITurned Work made a specialty.        ,  Wm.  Vol'kenburgli & Ca  riit^j������n^ail^0;^  2 a w 'w o u W ��������� be' f ni i t i eW i n try iu g lb e nf< ������f c o 'its  pmtf&iqu&A-y   \ ���������'.��������� ��������� .--.  ?f!^n%f ackl;^"',:: Mfl"ywithdrawn",  kerchanfa' Purse. $30 ; 350>nn s ���������  h<.stc  Dijwn-s J>eddJu and Gam.   1st ai,<i 2d heals  won by Jenny.      ...  Siwash Purse. ������20 ; SoO^rds; l,Wlffi| % in.  3. 1 hroe ������lri������. -Well-couteatcd; 1st ai,d  ^d heats wet! by Bnckukiu, .  WILT,   COMMENCE. .HER    RiraTTT AP  Loaves SODA CREEK on TIlUItSDAYS at  ti o'clock, a.m. J  Leaves QUeSNftliilOlJTU On SUNDAYS, at  ball-past :}j p.m.  ��������� KiiXlGiLT, - - $IG.^i- ton itt 2,000 lbs.'  A   ->   P i *t*Td  LIGHTNING CK  A 'SUPPLY OF THE  j je20 , 5    ;,'., .Always on hand..-, \,u v   _^ .  POTIOR TS BERfcBY GIYEN. THAT !AI&"  ���������-V*    AcoouDta due toiho uhove Estate. m.iwt w  sbttlo'U lorthwUh, ������������������  ,^- f.;  ���������    ... GEO. -BYRJCRSr  T}<>. po"ty A rtmlni������trfltor.. ,;   .  ��������� JBkrkwvHl*, Jnno 28,1874. -i**1  1  i  1  Jl  m  lis  1  I  m  ���������  ���������  B  ���������  ���������I  I  Sit.  ���������1  Hi  H WQ$yy  ,m$.---~  S,;%  err  and  a  1  ecticiiies,  WBALi^' ,;  S3 at^STilv-''  ^���������^���������iwlwniji  efefea  ;s Cnfcip  JSTUe  I?  !/  KM 0171)  ivn'ns Ui*;  ������IJ Mmii:  >AD  **  ������ 4^ftMlffifeM?lS7������ -  lihtfifrbi^H^^  ������8rS.  &I  W"'!nessay^fUTjori^theAtones inicircnla'���������'  ^o;;here-������  ungated by Sarand/b^auselje was anAlphbtH  W- V^?.!^e?* J^:4?X:Jtbo'a*���������aib -of "���������-donohAt  the influence oj^  MKft wsrblo- to tbeVrestoration of the -dyb astfj  '^^^^Km^mmpxt: reaches Jier^'i  ^3 tf accidental fire^wbich ��������� destroyed *wo)  Wummm EsWfaww wftde:!he>ireie*t*������  fcarhsts^^ooMfiR aJ 1 Winded iEeM$  licansyM{bo fell into tbeir bands.    '������������������';'. " ";  mmm\lfe������^fl&'xU\oni kkes^ ���������pfacev bnf  ^b<3^next.rV^  diSQrder^s.- j; /;;���������>���������'/: r , *��������� ..���������,';' ., "��������� t     ; ���������;  Cpmpapjes ^ecHbed^tor<lay:i.tp Vreceiye-aird  pay coupons oh IJiei^fiwtJiior^agobonds -  A! .Madr{d,^vtly;a^i;'l)fi Carl is is a* /Esteife  number 38.000 men... Gen. Sebaila���������. haa. ifljfii  can non.   The Carlists.,indignantly deny tb������  .^rEi^rove  -house- diedfat  -morning, i.  -L^^L^^^I^' - ������������������-:*<* "  ��������� Division 'Y.'C.PiR'R. 'Snryey.'will; arrive on  Sainrdav and proceed to Sorset'jfX-^/fv] Biin-j  ttfcWn cliargej-Mh^Me^srs. Hd'-^Jrey.^bd'iEb-'  ^asiuru&i#������^^^  ��������� *" ^//fm^^  . Sk PttnVrfjMnn^^  ff,;i������in INifflhirmsay'a party of:$iouxrt3ndian8  attacked theifet^tl^nien^afS^$qst>$i^i������ri  ^liiy,ana" killed Joiirpei^  . dren. ��������� :.. ���������'     ���������..,: :Ay:j^47"Ci: A-J>. :A-   \ A,<-a\  - 'New ���������York; :JJh \y!:gP^A\h\ we A fttpitimen I  TTwttrrn rallroada'i'p^y:fi^c\iiaM^^Rh^  ineuts ���������cri'tiihg do wwtfas^a^and^*eight<*rates  .,ahfm'������t 60���������;per ben t;j :';Tbt*?*tantflwil-bjga, joto'  ��������� ^opeiM-inm im mefi bit # I y.y..V'" ^ & :"*-?">A-*0.tH* '$$;/ r j  ; .f.\V*asiitn0o hi ? ji.i ne';3(^.AMi?gn; Iob says ���������;the������������������  ]i ri i is? 11 '"M i n fo ter; i i fl" Sp ?i io.. :h^#rri ������id &in; ! jS re *���������  einptoryld������������niand 'On >tbe?Spanis'b;GoVerpnibh 4  rfuv In\'\ ������������������ iir*I*;rrliiity.**!r<>^f^yjr^|������1 A%^i^rfffQ'ri'"^i*������|-  ;'i'h* 'Ainencan^AJiiiiKteK^has f mud^ft^irniiaif  '��������� d ������ m an* I, - and A q n \ JsigM. ;pe6ni p tpi'yffiSi;;:! h)i if  ..-itmVle b^tb*. English (jrovernmentj.^ )r . , fc  J  Vj' l\V;aslu"u^tpn1;:;0 u !'y ^o>f?A;-v. t^ri'^ of  Y.'iiid a lid.-rain:'"������������������passf'd ;o.vf{^^^cl|y|!^c evV^  ;.e^itce ���������.were/;.f*napped:-;^>5ttffe;jf|ur|3wu������S- an<������  ^hade uwjiU over JIVp^i/^'weTe^ftutiier.':dej^  j>V ray'ed or - s t ri pj������Vd" o f ���������?; tli ei ^firliii cjieis^.:^ ��������� Fiy.^  .houses In wpi.j#yvffi&rp;���������'strippec!JolJ;;theiij  1" * 'er^^^cyi'r'i^d^ ������e veraT^iii'i bdred-j  c a r H agea'v: p SlWog ^ alb p������ "-Hha ���������  s; ree t w e re o wthm wi) > { *The tel ������������gra pli tW t res! ,a I" Hr 1wfl, l* ^ '^^ifollq wi ng p u rses \vere run  ..       , ( ��������� -   .,  .,-.v .th-e;  charges of-niassacre^ana irjutiiutioa of the  won'nded and prlsobeff?.*' ' . -.|  t#iadria^Ju;iy^.3^&n^;.Boba:lifly  cooiraahid ;pf^andjheldra re^ie\vH>f .^the Arrny  o^the,^odn.vr*jHeV in formed ,bial officers, that  lie^cbi-nestto^fightithfeittsur^enisiva^^  to;sin>aILip>tittCiiley8?|)atb7^  .���������A:lHyonna;<*iTn]y}Q *-^rh.e;Ga'rli3is ha ve ataitf  iuir<������sted.5BiiU,0a en;all sid^sL;. \..-,-,.. (i������t<--['.-;'  -- Pads,* Juij -6���������A special from Spain r#-  porfstthat -4006 Carlists attacked LiiUrel last  Saintday- and afiwr; an. .ec^fferoent. wbieli  I as ted, 12' ho ii rs tbey wera ab SS&ed :to: .feet) r^.5J|  \*fJ2xcitementruns h%b*at'V&rsailles. and,'the  positibpiof, the AJiais?trfe is r������otical. -������It is-sap|  p osed tha t Eotnb cbiagi is una vo id ab le/   -  be cons8quently^fj&ine4?tb0 Wrvices Bf Mr  Heal:as riderv- It^s^uli^g id see tn^Mb*  bub that inimedia^ly,,^r^ ^ the shape of  protests &$ai;Q9������|i^^^ pav  lies who were irAth'esec'tet Vtykig to withdraw  their bets, which to a veri ,'-treat extent was  doire, Tho eommii{ee i-Xiled that as'long as  1301 l^s.MMJ^sirrfed,cbabge jof riders -wonId'  be alld^ve^i fieMr^s ftterids' weibe alJ^confi--  dent of hi|;winning: theirt^ce, and no;money  .could- j be"-got .againSt.- bini af|er^ change/ of  tiders. ^It >vas*'get!in^daM ^efnre," this" 'lieat  was. cojiclnded? tbrpugl? toe Efforts of both  part ies^torgei^a -^jotl^s tatt.ii'HjD.^'veis "when  they,did go, the..j*nare Jebnjf;.was,a\vay,-..:wjIh  two good le'ngthsvand a y^ry-' exciting race  ensued$lhe mare winliing .by about -a head.  Had Dexter; a\j n in pi-fur tber'io go. ha * won Id  have wou,;at;jea*it stujbyis the; general .impression.  ���������   ���������;,,       ���������     '   j ;-   ; v,**!!*,#     ' i������>'   ':>>   ���������    ' ���������-']  ':: ���������,:���������'-"���������' ��������� ' -r������������������ *.'��������� sRP9#*?;i>^^'"���������'-?��������� ;'f \v['.'[���������".'J��������� .'���������'*,���������';  "' Tbe raVes������comm'eb'<jeS^teoutX30'bjn'^Tbe  firet was'for the"-"       : ��������� -���������'���������*- M PA* A ���������& ���������; ���������;^' rH'~.  Qt"teen,'land-%er^^me?^l^a  #biob,w< re:^incbnte^ted^;^i^^^: ,::'  -^A?half-pas^2;%^ames^Burdfe 01erfc^*������f  the Coiirs0^|aj ^^gfier, called thW Jockey*  to^ether^&b^w;efehetl-andniiea totethemof  the rules tbat would govern thenairi the rices.;  A|;15^m.iniite8:-.t^/eh^?ftrst'^ac'ejv came off^-  Alte^;  B ARKEEViLLS .BGIJDaM  roofs, which Werf* cVtfied"  fi<*������t.    ^vif|r������l  . Tbe =cos:c!ndiDg.sports of ?i.l|er boMr  :e^rriHd qp. ��������� ilo nday.'... Tb^ .fic-st o,h; 1  *fe (be Indian 6p;>rii?; which w^ret  ;with.;grott '^Mt by\-\h\\,nii\\xes\  jrfammo;w(  cirri ect! "on  ivs were,  tbeiprqA  for.;;wjtbi:'i&evrs'isti  y.  to a j t - pV) i n ta We re p r Ok ir a te d.? ��������� ��������� A * n u ru b e r o f  '. cli11 "fi i en yvere -Hrj'iyJng^bt^Sjv^|n.Vb'all|;  w h iu i A h e: t;oo[f;; 1 el l'7n SMnled.^by^^'tfiil.Cstrp.^  ^'���������}id;und-auveml ���������oftbej children wete in-  - j.'re'd-'i-'       .'"' AAiri-���������/iAriA:'pfjM������i--y:, AA  ���������r -Ni; w-.; < )rleaos! rJritiW;5feSd*fmi:^ia^<bftl f  , J^cfi^ (tf rafir:Jn������s lialjeifcdu  .a������d it is s.tiII. raining. "*\ ���������, >.:.\,A y<,.������,> > *���������  . A BixtTM. July \i>^^A' iparty;iof::;:;eight]i;.were;:  SMijinj! on-L-ike��������� firie' lasUniffh^iwhfl^Jba boat  - 'capsi&id. a'nd fi.V������':*waiuldl'^wijed.;7^;"2;v;w'T  ���������.   '   ������������������;���������;��������� ���������; ��������� y-?y$&&D^  EimiA Ju!> VlS-The^slin^^  en^iired   in  laying the,���������new^il^ic cable*  -lej.1, Halifax.a weefe^ago.:i InteHigenc^ from  rmw\ tasinijrhi say.*she struck aiificeberg  off 8u^.x)nfidjpa;toiai wrHc������! r"/A-,-i-  . ' ���������  ���������   'Halifax; Jfjiy;6^-llielsMiaelf^alrnouthi  j ast arrived,  reports ��������� pksibg :-ye%er^tty a  Meamer with cablelayihg f^r;:iwbicbis sun-  I*osed to^ tho'Faraday.l./     :? Ar:r'.'..;;';.  ''���������';'���������' " " '  B0ROP13. ' ^^-.^R,,';';.-  r-oDd<ni, June 29~,Ih tbeyHouse of Oom^  tn.ms thi������ eveuiag;: Jenkins called attention  .jo an artjclcin^hft Stan^ard^ wbicb-;^leci^irei  that the^olicy or;the^Canadiani.06vernment  ^aimed at accession; to ������l������^UnrWdiSfates,:^tHo  atiked ���������Disraeli jf.ah"CTe.';������ero/ah^v';'groii;ad8^fo>  charging IheCaaadiau Governnieut with sucb  'designs ?..        .. ,<y    ' v /-i-,':.;, ;������������������', A A \ r- :.    . ������������������'  Disraeli replied Ibatjlil diid -r^t consider i^  the duty of tier ^^es^^fipvenim^rit to find  grounds for allegations contained in anonyl ,,   , f., ,    ,.     -tV.  WW pamgmphsfvn newsoapers btil wonkl ^v this heat,;.4th hent-~Thia,mHdo. fe/^  state-tor the information ni rim *it.#iL���������"������ beatthat Flora;would run ;.. bo tinker an d-Onnu  '���������:and,t(ie^Hoiise  4-THBk l./,i<)rego'n\niok,,2 ; F.iova. 3    -     ���������  / 1st. .-2d and 3d beats won....^Vdy^;b'y TnQ������������,  wbo,^was ppt caji^ ugon.,; Orego'b' Diclcjan<f  li'lora  were 'nearly, matched; for spe:%ed, and,'  ..Of^0,*niJ)I.QlS-i:bad 'bis; wyrk to^take ^ecqnd'  pfence ji>>. beats..    ^ .,; ��������� ,:V;,,::,...;: \ ^ ���������., .. t, ., ���������  Cariboo "Burse, il75������; i00 yards ; cheats, 2;  in 3.; PJtitries^pjxon's Qi*rb,v Graham:s Floraj;  .G>iuu^ron:JrOregbn Dick; : 1st heat-4Fiora. 1 '('  Gunul%���������..; Oregon,ftick;;3. >,2dJieat^-Carm-i-%  Kioi'a.,2'5  Oregoo Dick. 3.    Sd^heat���������Oarn;  5';: Flora,'2$ Oregon Dick, .withdrawn.    *itb  tie it���������Cam. 1 j Flora, S������ ��������� , ,' v   ���������; J,V  , l3t b ea t���������Car no a 11 d O rego a .D i ci< got th e  Htarl of Fiora, and, the Garn colt pushed Flora  bard^: for ; 1st place", j;. ^16.1^ jyo^by.i*b������t|:f=';yal  I * n g( li.    2d heat; was ivb n b y ; Car no. i&i ter -. a  ve ry h ar d rac e wit h f ljlq rn; by ah out a. n ec k ^  3d bMt-^Car^e and Oi-egon J)ick got \awayi|  with start j.  rTlora; came,,..up :\v\th;0a>'q, and  1 toth their riders used th0;;w.hip,; finely to the  e ntl, rind i t was uncertain which; won Id .win j!  deelamdv a" dea d -heat /Oregon ^Dicjc threw  hts tail'iipjOU; the-hill, andv botb borso.and  rider we rt?; r u ied. 0 u t fr o.m; any. \ fur; the ri en tries  iii-jtbe.spbrts^a^ iwheii bisjiider.seeij hbrJuid  Ai-:-Ip- this race^tbere-wasiConsideFableiexcitei  ment and betting, both'b'orses having-their  "admirei'sVwfo backed tbeif o^plnibbs^Bulger  ���������Avas consldere^tch bw^VbWl?estjof7jt:. on. ac-  qoixht of' J^bonbeik A3iffgt: hitn, He*l'i rding  iybxleiv4^BlBck^Bess *was,^not Considered!"to  collared Bulg^rJ ^ndj?bo,th wentwat l it * whip \  jtud}spnr-jr 4'.and '���������' affori.a ' veryj jKard ;cbnteste<l-  race Dexter w fiitlfj  l^lengthL T ^d. beat���������'&;��������� tbisbeat it tbpt'a long!  tbe Stanley. .Derby^fheats,3.in^. .Entries  Bnlger'Dictc; Ore^n^Dicfevgnd'FJotS. \Alt.,  sereral false starts; a Gt^^^Start^fis^madei  The excite meat was intense ������cttiTlng this' iieatv  Oregon Dick ;winni������g^:^;and.MQ$o%m w%k  offered and as frleety bsfflttii} Wbenftimb was  called agaih^o^Ml^tedivfthout many \  takers.��������� ^gpM; ^jtart fn^tbe Yd , heat, tim i  horses vkppia&He&ft^^  yards, tbei^regon ;DiCk-?:biegatt tfesbov biVjtk  seisin fr^t^tfttF wbfTtbbf blat.^ I'linf tieftth]f  was, evenvO n the������3d, be������t7^ibjb Wa3^w,Qn; by  Oregon'���������Dicl^-^cnr^'W  raceB^^be'fet^a^ tAo^k^b^) b tePv^bir|femus6;  ?IL.^X;iW������?������:. tbe; Jin'eBt;races 1;baVe; evpg  calleoV tiht;" ,and, thank������V; the ��������� CIia|rman'[��������� and  Opmmiii'u'es toi^ttieirt--a%M^mabri'e,r.;iili con- .  ducting tjie^sno^ts, ^n;d:%^4pid������f^'tbei# >  music, also con 1 pIiineB ting the litdies wb0 hud  graced the festivities' by. tbeir-'-j^serrt"^ the  sp.eaker,.ahe'n ;prc*fiosea three^l^eW^for *fti^  p r 0 posea \Mh refe "e heep������ *f 0 f tfiB  Queen abd: the ^reM(ielJl^t^h������ft)4  BuJ ger kep t the lead, tor th e' hi 1 \, \ybe n Dex terj  co m men ced to gain on_ him; end after a ������ aril j  race Bulger was Ian(Jeil winnbr by> a tieck|  3d .heat^Elaefe'BeS;wHh8ra*^nv Bulger and!  Dex%r hacLtb|^racf to ivjtbeuifcfel ves% .Bniger5������  friend^bt-mnelicad-tbbb sanguine orwlnningi  as they we?e 'making..-,��������� so -inan^rfalse starts{  Bulger was^ quibt^and cool, and,Dexter wa^  using;himself tip through big .temper, and;  getting ti 11 man a'ge*ib 1 e.' the Judgbs-4^i imowj  being late; and training; beat il-^a^djonrnetS  the races for an hour for dinner/ When ���������'the'  horses werje agaia called upon after tlie re-j  cess,' it did; not take' long /before Jbsy^ot  !aVay.'v;;whica ;thb^^iai,"e^  under ^better ;head way than Bui get; ������> Tb is:  heat was won by Dexter by a length and a  half. A ���������������������������   vr      "-;"'������������������ ���������:/������������������-.' T  Telegraph Purse. $75������������������"T^'400 yards:; heafsl  2in'.'3.'!: Entnes^F]6ralMb^tchj^d!&^  who was withdrawn. "'��������� '.*���������'.'      I  y .1st beat won by Flora, who came, in two!  lengths abead. 2d heat���������Mo witch' withdrawn?  Flora cantered oyer tho^traok.^'-"?vy*v ?~*:-  This'concitided the nrogr1mme^6t\hpoTts.  weld G������^������}^/S������y[i^^iM hbrse-tacing \vaaT  gbp'dl^e a mei;e).sliatiiP~so much so, lha|; '  fi^^maj^ty^tb^people w^rrdi^ustedjan-i;  Ayentibl(ar^as;,to wlthtfew^liy^sbb^cripiona a  for J;he^Foiii'th%   I^mTi-Et alsp^sayj as.a;tr60'  chrbniel'S^bFi ��������� thfe -tlinkf % the ivovief r,ace3r.3vev>  ^n^rally d ^grac^fhl i^oM  'f0$������eitffn~fiti 11 rbf in^mi king -up sj-mrse^ ffq^ tor  put so maob itiouey in one^lD^u11e|^b^^-ti)"'  dividejit bp^^On9ugb^ayp tJ' b^ngjjfast stoOfe  then.lbs?faithful ly^ respond ed, juor;^ tbe -fastest  hnpada^onirl. f.h'f* iV������l> Uh\ nnt.   it\fiz.i&A.ihttt.. ni   \i:.  1 u^.v^^ry.,.K*^������ww ;������^-^-^wi;',^^iiMX'^.,.'������r/:is  'guns was fired by the v"Anvil'Bngade^^aftwc,  y?hich the p;ebpie ^gaxi^to>a8sem:fc>lef # i^uite  a nunjber of ���������yisitb'rfc^  Mr Wilson made afewrernarks"angbaUedibtt  Mr;Bur^ick;^feo*r^k>r bfHibe^^lVMr-BuH  d i ck I ab ore dn tid era pe.ve re co I d,- -an d it was  wip^tbe^reateSt dilSetilty ^beteould^mftka  hirriself beard; iHis remarks   were wellw.  ceiled.   Tbb'baii^^^then' played--V The Star*  spangled Banner7?   and  *\HaiL^GbInnibla^f  alter  which   the ^orse^aCing/���������cbiitiniiencteai  It was; decided by^a^yotef of the* spectators  bbw^many^;timesj^prifle and;Dregon 1)rck wei-e  0 leiallowed^o enter^siiras^bnt^piy'elheHt  a 1 j  the races by; eb ten ng. them .-with . sti eft  horsed as ��������� ^Bil U^Oaiis^stnS otbters,- gjivi ng:lh0  b j I ks the race,, and wB'e hi'-'b u ti? Idie -sfock w3&:  :������������������ On Wednesday^ the Sth.iq order to wind;  up and give the;bpt'ses that bad .not 'won a;  Chance, a :$50 pufe was ^t^  for by Black Bess>:J31ackba;wk,Jand Spbkanjjentereid;'beating?thetn with pickovtfrlfte: it '  Jims^OO yards.; b-eat^'SJno^ J^wa^-decMe^iO'le^tpmbn^  1st heat 'wq n by Blaclch a wk; Sp oka n chs&s 1 races, and-bai^ UienrfrOm tbe 0 them  As 'oil  1011 him; % I a c k Bess's sad d I e * si ipped behl nd| j tb e seco nd day, bo wev er, .there was consider  at i h &. h I \ 1 "a n d - she was * d is tabbed,- but t be ab Io jockey i nir; bii t '��������� t h ere' was a 0 me good  ^subscribers of .<th'e*pu*raeitoilfed-that asit/was  im; j Jjlack BesW saddIe;? slipped .behlnd= j the Secoud; day^ bo weyer, jlhere; w  je; hi! l;,ahcK sheV^waa {distanced^ but ���������the' able jockeying, ^vbii*i ^tbe^'^was ���������.  running^and tbewbesii bqrs^^)pi;^Tfce;day  w as fi be anil: the; frac$ m tibb f improves :by ite.  ho c h an ce of-win n ing 1 h e i:ac e he- com men ced  V; -flofircibff i the *0arnt co j,tb'eb indj wb i cli; 1.1 old 0 it hi;  fr. assi s ted Itiin 111 gt viu g. 1* 10 ra, jsu ch, a ha ra. ru u  .���������'.Cianadian.  tl.������t r������hUio Jif^eShd:.;^^ Ca,:������ Mlt>*'  IC*?.  ^IM  )flnc,      ,; ^^ t'nperial.Governments vwere  .inost cordial and satisfactory..        . ' '"���������  V;������Vi^rMndvd lock^'������������t ;;farm:..laborers  sunca from iSevvnuirkot to^lay bn a piigrim-  fft ihriiugliouj ^^agricultural districts, in  t k cou^ge of which they wilt.stopattbopnu:  cipa (owns and.plead,.tbeir"caiik    A large  hTH\/\ ilUik r������Hw;iaburoM Guessed  thui departure and cheered them.     .  Tiiri?^ ������Pp ������rows ^akcrdatij. and several  Oot^n r^^n'nt^w havo 4tinwd' their  ^ovcrnmenls to that ������l!ect.      ;^ "  the North G  . n accident.sbe ghouId run again.   Sd heafr^  Bess,il-;.BJackhawk^2^.vSpokauv,3. ^d;bea������  ���������Bess,. 1 ; Blackhawki 2; JSpbkan^S; . 4tb  h eatr- BI a ck h a wk, d ra wn j B1 acK'! Bess, 1; j  .Spokan;,2; ������������������- *������������������-".��������� A'* IAA. .r^y   ? <n-v.. ^;,  Tbft:day wnundMp with impromptu sports^  wh ee 1 ba i: r o.w ap d i foo't-raci rig.   Tho last t wo:  xl ays' spb r Is gave a; sr reat d eal mo re s a tisfac -j  tion than those of ,ih? 1st and 2d,jr as'��������� vthe  'bead i  rcrnian  Gazette, in an article  in Asia, says a  *ed fresh Com plica tions  CSS^ff ^'^'lvom CeiltraI Asia bring-  ������f4S^ ??'^?:B������ ^'������nning against tho  ���������toIbM^" ^^^r^^ed.thatjiojs prompted  tflWW** ^ al������o; thai  K������w!* and;Sbliny ^������? il C^lisi0a b0^n  'Madrid; JiirieVg-  the  lfe e  t?iesUirdayfa an 6U������ok"-b'ri-tlib Car-  rnicrhTnf lr!rk'i ?'ms 3^** Ob^ne^ on the  ���������0()  ^itiuliMi;   a ]������  tit JOOO'Mlled.indC  ������f KfHrmiVJ^";1'   ������.^.tior ^ooived says news  compete aanibihirida of tho Dutch was  this,last beat by about half a length.,  .Columbia Purse.1 SloO ; 400 yards ;, beats,  2 in 3. Ku tries���������Steve nsonfa Dex ter, Dixon's  Jenny. Dixon's Frank {did not run). .1stbeat  ���������Dexlor (Indian rider). 1. 2d heat-Jenny  (MoConneil, rider), I. 3d heat-Jenny, 1. ,  This raco .ov.use,d. co usi derab le ftti tern en t.  as both parties were consent of success.and  considerable money Vas. bet ou tbe event.���������  iat, heat���������Jenny got,\i\vny first by a length,  but the little grey Dexter soon overhauled  her aud, won the heat easily by about three  lengths, jenny being puUbcJ up to save her  distance... 2d heat���������It, was a long .tune before  . th 0.,pakt .could, gel. n \vay.. as Jen ny 'a rid el'  would always bonier up wi lb. a' big.lead. They  final! y; go fi aw ay w i th a ve ry b ad start, .t ho  ���������hiiirb being ahead.twok'ng^iiJ.f the grey came  up c 1 use a i 0 ngsidti the ma re on f he b il t, w h e n  Jenny'a rider crowded Doxter. into the side  where there������were some he.eps ;t������f loose dirt  an d t h e ni ar a w 0 n the rabo ��������� by a b 0 u I a bead.  T h e p ar ty w bo wn s running Dex to v e 111 e red a  protest Kg&fcsfe JVicConneil, which v;ras over-  ruled.- 2d lieat-rfArter tho pretest was. ovxt-  ru led, be 11 i ng. co ui sn^u ced re ry free 1 y i n I *������ vo r  ot Jenny\/yy,n to)he extent of odds that she  ; wou I d win the' race. and' c 0 ns id e rab lemon ey  was put up bn .'ib'e meats Mr Byrnes, who. I  had ohargo of. Dt?xte.r, through the illness ot1  horse-racing W'aa  bands.' ;.';.' y.-y.-..  not ail-in .one   party?s;  TEH LIGHTNING CELEBRATIONS/  ���������; I Sta^i5t,;JuJv 9vlS74.;;  Tb e< (Fi rs fc-' 'ah dv *V Fo 111 tb" b a ye co rue and  go ne, a n d a re n 0 w n u m b ere d with tb 0 d ays  0 f tho pa?t������. but J can no%.)e.t it go ivithout  noting vv hat I saw on those days, If, not /..for  raif 0\vu��������� satisfaptioii. at least. for the. benefit  6r tlie n u in er0u* read ers 01 tho "Skxtiskl who  h ad u 0 fc th 0 op po i* tu n i ty q f bping p resea t at  the Stanley celebrations.   ;. ,:;.     !; ,,.  'The mo ruing 01 th 0 Is t ��������� Jul^; b rpke, cl 0 ii dy ^  with some rain, and at tlie appointed time a  salute,was fired by the;,vrAnvH,J Battery, after  vv iitc'b a q u 0 i t ton r n a me nt top k .p I ace op ppsi te j  the.Duke of xWk's {Hbusemairs) establish:,  nieiit'nfc Yorkville, After the tournarnent, the  Stanfey "Band.."rendered "God Save the  Queen" in fine styled and the chairman oi:  ���������tlie Celebration Committee, Mr --Yfrlson, iu a  b rief an d happy manner stated* tbe ��������� pbj ec fc of  tho celebration, and introduced the orator of  Ihe day---Gap tain Evans���������who-, iii bis in\m it-  ������b i e \vay, heId t b 0 aud ie.fi ce 1\ir' pyer, I al.t-an[  h 0 u r 1 is fen in g to a' we U - wo rdect sp*s veh.: ;;i  void d 1 ike to give you a synopsis 'of Ge.ptain  tm owner, fotvatt out that bis rider, anjkdian  Evan's speech, but cannot, as Uwonld make scaled witbcare. J ers0t2s.de.  Uis ���������-leUur too i^igthy h% your columns, '������sr*to# tbeirtoetb wilt oo^ell  Piireo timei. three cheers ipifte gfi;ca foiv te *������^0ft of ���������**��������� Ch,VP* ������������^*W������  arying up.'  [\- Go nsiderihg; the large nam bet* o f pep J).)** ,.:;  prelebtallhe celebratioh^ it ffist b^jboted  to ^ei'.qie^ii^of.'" tifghlain^'^i&ittlt' ^e^JBiyilib'fiii^^  :passed ��������� off in- the ;mos^ yh'zppyam&nn%.&$tf&  ladies turned but in filli*forc.e,:and-s'bin^fr.6ni'.;  the lovver cbunfci-y gvaCed/OItr-sports (by^tbeir:''. ;"���������'  presesco.^'lAll1 seemed plej.sed, and oitr^firs*}  ���������S tanley sp'0]^^������^^iic^^r^':A.'"'", yryy;;;  .The.town-wasihandsbmelyV'decorated and .  1h o pri h c i p al h 0 to I s a n d p i aces '���������; of; b usines������  -".  , j j rejsen.ted :a. gay ��������� a p p.e arun 09.^,. I can not *el ds'0 :  th is lb t te r ^vi th outs iiy 1 n g that the p rogxani n?^.  was well. came d put, .and th sj cb a ir in an an d  1 be rl iffe rcn t ;co mm i i te es:; are: ? yvror th y v of ���������' all  praise, and also tho inhabitants for their liberal ity. . For .."wbetei ���������;I; asks can one go and ,  got such sltbscriptiou lists that were . got" up  for.tho,lstand'4Ui'?r:.;' -A ��������� ~\:���������.\;...>y-,,.^~���������'���������{'��������� '������������������'���������  ���������Ho p ing we shal I. so on got to, Av.ork. 'after a  I ong, -. sp el 1.0 f. id 1 eness, s 0 as to ge t wh a t:wd ;  arc all s fciiV.ing..for, Is_ tbe wish f.ot: \.   :. AA A  ������������������  *���������/��������� ;*-:������,. v-������ ;-*..'--';. r, ���������   '��������������������������� PkoSPEOTOS;  -<*-���������������as3>���������*>������  . t Ffi*essaa? Ti5f MS.���������Gran fc M.clvenny^ and  Hlbhard Pharb?s OX tettips, a pack train, Ja>^  Fearson's four-horse team,'Eaward Pearsou7������  two hqrsa freight "vyagpn, arrived on Monday.-  with freight for; Rogers'&^Yilso.n, .Mason. &  ;paiev^,-.Keufelder M 06., and .ptliers.   .. ;..,.  ^iiEy.rrSiuce ^hp,^evening of July -i}W'm  comet 0 f th e th i rd--. 0 rd er 'has b ee n visi h 1 e i a  tlie North. Wfest."'Its'.development ia about  5-"Pyand it appears to.bj-'ovo KN^VY  v.", DeS;ftsiT.t^Teelb bllbd satisfactorily^an^  iPersbns.de.gicous of p*?8*  to avail hhwfr /; BAS OS 3AS&  A TTJS3X ASSORTED STOCK Of  &RIES,  LEA & PERRIES'  ������������������C'ESTERSMlRE-ffAOdE'l  notice;  PATENT MEDICINES, &c  COUBJiljOm WITH YOUH CASH  ?&* ASD GET BARGAINS. ,jg^  pcckrei bjrCoBnoifsebrtt* b^  OXLY' GOOD  SAUCE.  IWOTICE IS HEREBY G1VKX toM Alton*  Prev������c������?l SecreUrv'8 0ffl  Hi* Eze������Hn~ -fVpril 1874.      '  of Vofen Act, ll^S100 aad *#toiJS������  ^.Dis.rfCorVIe.oriaC^R.^  Hagers & Wilson,  fcacwssorg to D. Kurtz & 06. J  1MF0ETEB3 AND DEALERS ET  LIQFORS,  TOBACCO,  cor,',.- "wr'orbr.  "are been forged, l   ���������5 'tft*<"'���������>? ������<������ Perries  ;DD)bia. m to Naturalization, will remain io     , ****��������� '"^-tt-Woods,  ^it flw^!cb.Iav/only one jear-8re*idencPfE-ectoral Di*Wc������ of Vfofort,. n?, ���������  tiiMd(he Prormw h rehired to enable an Mcllwovie, Em     ' '    ��������� D'slr"-Jaae,  ^'^.���������^^"^���������^������������������^���������I-Kliib Subject   Electoral District 0fV��������� "i    >     '  On wd Bfter tbe 1st day of J,,!,, mi ihe        Esq. " r* ������' kqufaalt-j. G. yjat  *? ?! CaD.a,la: ref P^tiog Aliene, will come Hector;   ���������,,..,   , ��������� ..   '*'  into r,per3tI0��������� ,��������� Mi pr0TincP,,; Wrt, ,TA'i"1 <>f coWicb������B-s������n *���������������������������  "������f enee of tbm. years io tb, Dominion ol j        feL^f,- Div"i8ion- *������������������ Cfe  AV7IS  :Bpofith*Vr*n  ������ST,pAR *M; PRESENTS, donne anil  ,tt^!if ^^:^^- - I-1 ^ra. District of XeW ifc^ ������ '  Adolpbu* Peeltf. Es��������� ���������"������"������. Uj_  . PBO*?ISIOHS,  Bry Goods ^d Clothing.  TO-ia^aofW, Best Quality &&&  ���������?^^^j. ������������������-:':��������� :-y. ���������^^���������-  y^he $1,000,000 Loan  A   am     ' ^  ..Quejn^iVilerdumolide Joillet. 1874 I       .������r*! f.*.?s,Hct of N������r W  '" fa Co,0,D'������ *������ la Culotobfa Briton'  ^������-e tnraijbed ibeir������rrJL8re Boticetbal iter  atorBeyio take Ii.������t������ST^g2I?B������' ������lb pc^  ***������*. LEA SpIbS?^*"'*^-- '��������� '������ de l������ Colooie de la Colo.  '������������������^n������t������yMlp*������> .������,.        '���������    ��������� ���������* I j ra eD *������rcetJ8nO**lIe   *T������trp nnf������ rt-ei  - . ���������    -.   .. ,. . . : :_ . i^������jgi i>ntannique.  "^ -    a    :\r h^rt r9"?p^s Ie ler dQ mofa de Jafltei i  ���������   tr^?o ovmce- Par 'RqneHe une residence d^  Elector, District of Cofflox-R.n.Pid<locki  >slminsier Dij.  ,. Mhoj Division  EEMIHUS SfOPwE,  QnesnelmoatliV B.O..  ���������yLOCBi.' ���������-"  LJLLOOBT BEASSbf 1873,  ^^^S^Fptfdea. at VEEY LOW S4X23.  GROCERIES,  ���������������.-,,    DRY   GOODS,  BOOTS   &.   SHOP**  HAROWAREjod DR1?g| '  MEAQHAM,  AEfe^,^u^a:^ *���������*���������  LmrBEB D������LIVERED OK LIGHTNING  -    Esvlflji a.flae3ag MacfcJna in operati<?Dj iber w  also famish  DRESSED LUMBER:  est.f^igee; arant qn'un etraoger pufese etr������'  aaturaii^e*  BEKANNTMAC3HIJN&.  FCTK VIE JX D������R PU0WJX2 BRITISL1  Colnrnbia, wohnenden oder ansa^siirpii  Oeniscben, tveldre b.eabdicbtl^en Englfcchi*  Burger zii werden. Pass das jetzlge Gesetz  welches einen Anf^olball von Kinein Jabre in  der Prowinz verlangt. lira dmjiiteht zii be-  kommeDj engl*?chcr Burger zti werdep���������Din  bis znrn ersten Juli 1S74, in Kraft blelbt  Yon dem euten Tuge ab, des monats Jnli,  1874, Tritt das Canadischo Gesctz'in Kraft.  welcbesefoen A nTen (halt ron Drei Jnbren iu  Canada rerlangt. nni da?Reebtzu bekemmen  engliscber Burger .zii werden. myJJ  ��������� "A ALSO'-TO TUB  Provincial S,cretar^ otice,  ~no April, 187-1  AT LAST CHANCE  ^AHfcflds������r Brass Voik dooe as usa...  THOS. FLETCHER.  Tbe attention of all Electors in tho Pro-  rince. whose names now appear on more than  one Register, fa called (o the following fc'ec  iion3 ol the abore Act, viz., 17 and 18, whicr.  take away from ?ucb Jvlectora ihe rigbt.o.'  roting. and provide a pes alt v on tbos������ who  vole if their names appear on more than one  j Register.-  By command.  JOHN ASH  Provincial .S^crefnrv's Office,  April 17,-lS7i  ^VEB^^^ DAILY at 8 A  ^GIITNING CREEK AT J PJL  P^^e. SI 50: fo75be"roaBd trin  Freight Uken-aVlow rates P>  apJ2  t-,    -^'"i��������� ess -^ISI  Dear Sm.-With rrf^n " lbwo faof}t,'������ ^"������ ������������������ ��������� - -?!rft.^' of ���������������'&  ?ation I.bad ir] h von re^r   V "0 the co^  ion aid tou-^i ,/���������������"' ^Pecliop the Domi������.  tnct-Bttrrard   Inlet  JonHih&n Miller. K*q. --v w .-.; ;;������������������.���������������������������������������������������������  Divfeioa. w liSo^tq  ^ ,0,li"J  Qapiorol Oistrici of Koo{eoHv_lVrrv iw  ^s^i;*,^^^������'-  (Elec'^ratDtsirictof Y������f<������-Yftie ann n,.  I       ^PolHn^DiWrfon.Geor^;  C^ ,^k Pol^S Divkioo, J. Ciimp.  Kamloops Potlini! DWmon. J. Bovd, &.,  too" BqPo,,ios ������!^^������5pfci"  Okanagan Polling Division. P. Brent B-n  EIeclon.1 DiMrict of Ltilooet- Liliooel Pu!1.  log D.w.������on. A. W: Smith. E������.  Ciiotoo PoUing liimion, o. E Pope. fc���������.  iMtcnie, Esq.  eber. Esq,  Qn^snelmoutb Polling Division, A. But-  low, Esq.  Williams Lake Polling  Division, Vim  Pincbbiick. E?q.  Kelthiev Creek PollingPiriaion, 0. Hate,  Esq-  Omioeca Polling Division, F. Page, ������*(������������������  ray9  Provincial Secretary's- QfSca,  4tb April  lb*74.  & N'otarj Public  - Xearss Tlci^sis c������ Hoasiay, the 2$th Maf f&staat,  ."lier-f&#":v,-.,  .;; ;.' ��������� ,;��������� CASSIAS MIKES,  ��������� ���������. '  *b������ ������d0;iw4asJa tfeere onJU Uis eud of Sept<*mher  K"OTICE.  In tbe matter of th* m.***  ���������L pbrwmm' ^"KALL' deceased.  '/.t,^ -*������������������?"'cr Now toT^-SrT1HERlflmounts "uoTorthWith. ^>" n"'"-0" t  fifty dollars, to bo recovered .before anv  " Jnslrco of the Peace, or in iief an It of pay-  4- me lit thereof shall be imprisoned for any  ���������'term not exoeediu������r one montb,"  n������vJl  fVEW WAY-SIDE HOUSE  NEAU FOliT ALEXANDRIA.  THE  ms Excellency ihe Lreuteoant^ovemor  m-001 rncjl has been pieced B appoint; the  ^acne Creek Boarding School: %  The Hon. Q R ConxwALu    .  Jamks Campbell, E?q.  C* A; JSkmij^, E^q^ M.RP.   >  Philu������ Pirkk, Esq.  Frovlnciai S^crpfarvV Office,  _ '"���������������������������. 21st AprU,187ic     :i  h5llx?lle"^ t!,e Xteuteriaot-GoFenor  rft rT -^ ta bf> Coroner for that poitoo  i/tne ua������8iar Country adjacent to tlie Sijci ea  i^er. ���������   ���������-.' ������������������'��������� ��������� :,.���������������������������:  Provincial Secretary's Office,  2d April, 1874.  *ne Dentenant-Governor in Council bs  ������eaii pleased to appoint the Hon! Provincial  jwcratnryJo .be Minister of Wines, agreeabli  V , JBr0y������Joo8 of Uie *> Minister of Mines  A6t,lS,4^ . myZQ-  m  mm  fll  i  fM  HI  mm  9  ms.  .S^rk^rrSy. ii&'bi l4U  ������������t*d Vfctorfe,, !<rt Aprilp lw^l Ailmliilt'trW;  L"^lJE^'l.���������  OP.5N  Atr!rW44T   ft{  'a-ar p*���������w  I ^ ' '" **������������������ November  ^OOO   STABLIIMQ  H^^nmm.Ummr^^hnt  Information Wanted.  Provincial Secretorv ?a-Offica#  4ih June, 1874.  A letter Addressed' to Mr ARCITY jVcCAY  was been (prwarded  to tbe Lieutenant-Gor-  ernor, and will be delivered on application at  J������������ A rovincial Secretary's Office.   .Mr McCay  Mfiippowd to be resident j*n British Colum  ���������.win. but bis address is unknown.   It is, re  nZu(l ^3ft!  --���������.. ������������* uia ttuurt-ss is unKnown.   it  quested that If-his whereabouts is known to  any one reading this notice, the same may  bo  ���������*������/ mud Mfauuig lDW notice, tbe same may M  commimroHted to tae Provincial Secretary*  Department,  JOHN ASH,  Proriacitti Ssoroturf.  ^absoi  ;-vi"'<'-:  Vim Wink!  Queflbclmp  lotta Cre^E  CJIniQnJ>fc������  ������������������M?AfA>i  ���������*K������w :We9t������  ;-"'\1eU'irf������f  t.. P. FIiUb  0 Strurtv  Wdit.-nir  ,-'    ?*n*  /a^KxHci  CltflMO/  teftjtSJ,  "tt'wriSa iti  . Ij-uh* for j)  Winkle  nr  MrCnrobii������  150 mile tin  A 'imlf-bi  C*HV#f, was  Pouter en a  remanded f  We. Jul  two SFexiea'  to fin drawin  other aey e>���������  oeariytukin  ia now in ji  Twenty.nj  ���������en mate to <  Advieea fi  W'M* to tl  fromlhe ma  . Hop*. Jul  Jwd- froin f  ���������will tritell  Adair nhot (  Known by tin  ^narrei ever  tested.  ^a tor feftti-ir.  ���������  Victoria, J  nown'by the  reached Nam  *J| Wednesday  Wis opinion is  thfflelda:hnt  tth*l������-  Whvwi  Wtt" falling ar  *iim������d onerat  ^ftsjrondind  The'StickeRnr  *w seen in f  w-   NelKon'a  y^nyon. and i  ���������^wftfrh the c  Hudson R^p,  ������. m ihonffht  ^own 50 or 40  Toronto, J���������|,  ^nr May wnj  *t Montreal t^  ��������������� nbtircb ner  ^^^ifbad^  BHIi������MlW.)HUI������fUUIljl.Jl.ll.j..llll_li<  ..Vi''


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