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 .1:  Barkerville, Williams  i British; Columbia,  $aly:, 1,1065.  "N6; 5.  HE^ARlBQG SENTINEL  J^SEBRyiLLEi SATWRDAXi TOLY  W*  ���������������������������;K  ���������^  !������!  ISC- The workon; the; Bed Rock Flumoiscir-  llpied on rac^t vigorously by:Mr. Jennings, and  ^pit Is expected that ia a week gold will no  i^fj^ashed up.: The damage to tb* lower part  \lp tbo Flume by the late* ireshei was greatly  PlSfegeratedl, as two day's work of the force  w~*&e command of the- foreman will repair  | There are at present about one huadred  in altogether oil'/the. creek: at iwoi^lftud  iny of. these aire 1 making more than wages.  Veral parties, of miners, are out -prospecting  % gulches falling into Antler, and in some  [aces with most encouraging results. Fro-  *!ioas are plen^at.Antkr, font not so-cheap  qh Williams^-reek;. ������������������ croHf -  movm mtiJiK.. ; ,;������������������.,     ( ,.:[;-  ere are atleaat one hundftdinen sictiVe-  red ou t&ocfeeSi,'''iati^^l'^e^^f  JRwjf ��������� well., iThework at ihe Bed Rock  me is beihgiprosecuto'd with vigbr;; twelVa  Wffl&SBk- are employed; upbit.it.   The Salt Sprinaj  Advw^^ano^olored' wy are ground  CARIBOO POLICE COURT.  m  (Before W. Ml Cox,-toft, X ?.); ''* ;���������  Brousieau' vj. . Camerpn^-This case  vf out of ithCdiBputed ownerahip of a dog; It  "'" appeared that the defendant got the present  of a Newfoundland; dog fttiouf - two weeks  ���������inc������ from a.man who was .stopping athia  boarding house, in Cameronton.1 The son of  complainant, who itl was alleged was intoxicated at the time, came and demanded the dog,  making use of |viie language to Cameron  at the same time. Defendant's cook and the  young mau got into an altercation whichVnd~  ed in a fight, when Cameron; ihtbrferedand  was kicked jn the face by Brousseau, leaving  several marks of violence; Brousaeau proy-  ed that the dog belonged to him, when Mr.  Cox remarked that Cameron -should have  come to him with the dog when a claim was  made tot the animal and he would; have settled, the; matter without any trouble. 1 He lifted  defendant in $24 costs,, $16 of which was  awarded complainant for time lost in coming  to. court,'and the dog to be given up.;^ V';;  .slUVIS.<3BKEV  iHydraullb ������omp$ii3r obtiitiedi'  proipect on Saturday'last, which caused  i|ti*ls excHem^ fCapt,  ^f^hal-whoib 'C*ym"f^ins'jhe Hydraulic  is 'drying at Ipresent aad hopes  WSKQi'/vt^B.;':  m^y.\ ymum orkbi:.  ftjfr:  iillwaay*  WILLIAMS  CREEK  BED ROCK DRAIN!  j|K^"^^  mg onwell,���������sanft-^ga^i<;-to:wafc������ thour  isipajr durlng^he^asonH.^-v::*,L:' 1 *fA':  A ^-^^crkek.^../,     .-/:.. a'-  claims ori this* creek are d<tfng rex&atk*  well, andr.itr isT thoutght tfcfct a \ large  .^J&Mt'&f gold ^11 he taken out*4hia soasbnl  SfflP*''1''"1--'---'- -'   >EWrCREBK.      . y'A  IjlflPieaeW:'Creekjr ft nfewi>-miles,*��������������������� ��������� Wris  y^^kj ^entionea-viii^ -our ��������� first' issue is begin-  |||ffi|gj"j to -.excite-' attention, a -The prospecting  y ,H30]mpaay which took up .ground taat f^ll aro  |������IS6rted"to;be doing weiL   r?    ' ;'v)T;;Vr "f': y  ^^fc������U> 'COMMISSIOSER^lXJOlJRT. "  ���������m:.  m  "V- :<Beftire W."M.';C6xJ'E������(p3r;.: "A^;j A).  -MqNp^^h;^ne, 186S.  A DISGRACBPOL DUMPING tCAfHfc s: ';  ;||pp^||upbay^-^fl.--Tayloi^^  rf^y^lp'fcovery of ;a qt&^^fp^an-jiite'r^initlie  : ^S^iliah mining company,-������n Last Chance  l|������^pfe. It appeared from the evidence of the  ||||3pjlpfi that last winter "in'Victoria, lie |>ur-  ^^hi|se^ a 1-4 of an interest for,$200 ia thedlaim  ^^|^nWnod;"''frpm thelldefendant, )for iwhich; he  i^i^i^IOO basbl, thebalanci iobe paid hy in-'  Hi^jpents. .The;pl-untiff.-;:^|ft|b"ldp to Cariboo  S&mao to represent-his"claim, but taking ill  ^^^obliged to go_ to the hospital,,, where he  ^m^leeh' c6n^ned".fbr several weeks. Takibg  IJj^fSntage" of the piaihtiflPs absence the un-  |Ji|i|ipilou8^defendant Jiald the;'audacity to  ^^|mpJ' the sick man'sfroper-fcy, which he bad  B������il������lsold';a.sh'ortl-.tinie previously���������;������������������ aad-been  ^^l^^or according to agreement    On hear*  g^^ evidence the Magistrate animadverted  |stro^^onthe defendant's disgraceful con-  ;;>duct'jji(!-attempting to deprive a poor man of  ^is'icMmwhan he was lying sick in the.hospi-  f ;^l|;p^tunately the! 3iw'woiild not'aUow a  ^olaioKto bo taken from a person under such  >circumstances, and therefore ..he (Mr. Gox)  -;wbul(S|order the quarter^ interest to be^iven  BUp^^^he plaintiff1,--andthe defendant to pay  (l /;/a Thursday, 20th June, 1865.  ���������/Ajqlm Holmes -vs. William Tralese and Ed-  '?$$$ Vaughan.���������rThis was a claim for $412  l^o||wages since February .last, for working in  ihe ^Nevada Tunnol claim, Williams *creek.  ;v'ihei|acGOunt was disputed on tho grounds of  '��������� the1 |rate of wages being excessive and the  ; l/ti^^cbarged: being ineoDFeet Mr. .Cox;gave  gjju^norjt for plaintiff for full amount with  $$&M-        !" ���������������������������������������������������������������'  ij'vIPatrick Mclntoo w. David Edwards.���������This  "Was an action-brought to tnake the defendant  SiffiS|| cause why ho did not deliver, according  |tt||toeement, three-quarters of au interest in  lii^pioyd Tunnel company and one full in-  ;t^e|| in the Alturas company, Stouts jgulch,  ,4n(|:-;BJgn a bill of sale ot the same tfco plaintiff; fit appeared that the 'interests-referred  ip liad been verbally sold to plaintiff, and  ihatjhe had paid $50 oa account of purchase  jtoonejr, for^which :he had received receipt.  :fTlio;_CoramiBsioner however gave judgment  SprJdefendant on the ground that a bit I of sale  Should have been given at tho tune tho sale  #as!OfIeoled.  *Rii8 property; upon which upwards  thousand dollars ^have been expended, was  offered at auction/ on Monday last, the 26th  ult, by Mr-.F..1^....li.ee#^^tb satisfy a mortgage  which was granted upon it last year;:fqr flf>r  000.1: The accumulated; interest, aiici expenses  incurred to the 1st ulfc> brought the amount  up to $14,W0,- at whieh ^ce:flie.property  waa put ti|>; but as thereVas not a single bid-  . der the airotioneer was obliged to withdraw  it Tho''fiaraln will therefbre,;;we'^pre)*jxmeVr8r  inaan in tfee:hands of; the mbrtga^Wi-isi^-fcn^  tees for thet company*'".������^'^^i^i^r������;'jfi_^&y-^vbirt  letters in- regird[fa,l#e Drain property from  worsting Men, 'some of whom aw howjn Gan^'  ska^ asking for inft^rmatibn re^rding it. 1 It  appears that the men 1 by;whose^ Jabor ��������� the  Drain was K made; were^ p aid in scrip of the  company, and that,'.with very few exceptions,  "the poor fellows never got a cent for their work.  [This is very hard, and must do a great deal of  injury to"'ihe country in deteriing men fron*  ihe^ng on enterprises herea^  floBSiary very soliclfous to obtain inform^ion  regarding the property we think thiit whoever  has charge of its affairs should laya full ^ater  ment before ike public. : Fatiji liii b^ doiiijy  or an opportunity is afforded for so doing, it  would ibe premature"in us to offer any dbser-  yatipna<oa..-feelsubject. ���������\''^::/ '. .-AA  i The'fffeLEGRAPH.���������The work of getting out  the p.������H������soh the' waggonridad for the Telegraph ������ompahy has progressed with amawing  rapidity. By our latest advaces we learn that  the workmen had reached-Soda Creek, the  poles being all out up to that <point. In a^bout  a week or ten days more; the Mouth of jQues-  nel will be reached. It was confidently anticipated that the wires would be up and,in  working order as far as Yale ifco-day. All the  men, with the oxception of -eight, at work  chopping on the trail between New Westmins-  tervaaad Yale .struck for higher wages, .and  their demand being refused they left off work.  It is contemplated by the Telegraph company  to &ave a branch Ike to Williams Creek,  Thk AtBXANDRrA-QoESN'ELRoAi)���������Mr. Smith,  | the contractor, has cammenced operations on  this road, and has at present about twenty  men at Avbrk. He gives seventy dollars a  month and board to his hands. A number of  the men lately on the Government trail between New Westminster and Yale, who struck  for higher wages, have arrived at Alexandria  amd &een engaged by Mr. Smith. We hope  that the Sswveyor-Goneral will see that the  road is completed without delay. It Is generally considered that Mr. .Smith's contract  will highly remunerate him.  Return op Mr. McKay.���������Mr. McKay, of the  Hudson Bay Company, returned ou Tuesday  ���������last, after completing his prospecting tour in  She direction of Tete Jenm Cache. He is of  pinion that he has discovered a practicable  ttoute for tho telegraph line, and one that at  9io distant day a waggon road will probably be made over; The snow has all disappeared, unless on the high peaks of the  mountains whore it remains all the year round.  Mr. McKay was absent from Williams Creek  two weeks, and has been travelling every day.  EccLEsrAsncAL.���������The Rev. A. C. Garrett, of  .:; 1 IMrBOVE-M pi TS 1 v IS Jy i^K*Rky*IU^*rr^^  gldil to notice 1 imp>r6vcmouts- in progress [in  Barkerviile..V ,", Sir, ;Andrew {, Kelly,;;; of; ;1he  W^ke ,iip Jafee- Baiwrj^ has^just comploted,;atr  &gripalt expenso,; a iargOx oven and^kitcheii  range fofe the������gui^osi of extending accomrno*  dfttionsol asf to meet his increasing trade.  Mbs*fe ^lferl&Cp^ii  Bakery^,-,iiavje '.*added;���������;two; rboniS;within the  ���������p'asfltyW^^^ and ? Messrs!  Prager are;erecting i ^ne new store. ��������� Wo are  glad to.Tecoird.t^ :  . < Th������ Cbops^���������Wo are informed by a gentie-  man rwh# has lately arrived on Williaiha. Creek  from iiiliboetrthat 'the ������������������ ��������� fcrorys' along1 i\io way  are most; luxuriant l aiitl^ p^miso to oxcel in  abundance andiyield any heretofore raiieii;ih  the\cofony. / ������������������& great deal^of ra!illUiisllfallen  this,, season which has- coiHriUiited immezisoiy  to the -j growthi ? of > tlie'd cereals!? -> Tho'; harvest  wiU be on ittvabout a month's time/from'the  ���������presentrr^' - sAk AA&inizAti vw * IA'1/  ' TeB;C6iTfik^on RoaI*^  contractor, 'has jmi-ved ti\ ^Cotto^oodi and j is  about to; cemmffl^pe; vro^imiiiediately.j 4J|cl  Offers $60 per;^bnil|i fc^radeiri and ST0���������$$  sxemms The road wity pniy be ion .feet wide  with a clearing of several feet on oithor side.1  It is believed Siat Mr. Munro"Jias; noiliieceiyed;  so remuheratiye| % c<^rafet' as;;:Mn. Smith fcohi  a  Tihei Cariboo  JV  Omcsr*BA14KEHV1LLE,;.��������� Wri.uAB9 - CafBE, CiaiBOO.  (LtiitAin\\a% cost pr;dcUyory������)\ Payable to tho Carrier.  WW&wmm  Tho underjiigrtpd will keep cohstantly oh band  r     "������  .; if a?full assortment'kt>.'/ *     A  ' A RoKAxncCocHTSHip and -SfABRiAOB.���������^ome time  &go tbe master of a Siiaclerland vessel, while at a Gh\T  neso port^ .feil illof:f������ver/and gubaequently -die'&:; * Ah  Englishman and| his wlfey.��������� in the: land of;'������barbarians"  were kind;to;the dying man,,and,in his last; moments  8trdVe by;their attentions to ease as far[bij they. co������id  hisipassage ffom! this^ ^troublesqtoe worW.'v: Tlie * kin d-  ness shown to the;suffering seaman came to the fcnbwt  edge of hialwitlo;^',In^underlaad-% and she, in a letter to  the Englishman'ahd'his wife, thanked them;for.-.what  taey^^^had done,-aiMi begged they would^ in return, send  her, their cartes as a remembranceo'f the debt she owed  them, if Alter the l^pse.of some months she received- tiri!  awwer fromlthelCelestial "Knapire.from, the Englishman,  la which he cony eyed tiie. raelancholy int^lligenoe that  snoriiy. after tbjadeparture! of the yessel! to" which ^itie  ���������captaia-i'belongod'hehadthemisfortuhVtoloae bigwifej:  iwho now. lay^ inferred by- the side orbia friend;thettus-;  ������an^,of thV/womkn tb;w;hom^  inglnpdiiWe Bigb encomlitmB4 be ba4 "feeard-ottble chpr*  actetatidlq-aaUUesiof his fair-ebrresp  Elio wan a suitable parson to fill the place of bis depart-'  ie4pMtoer, and at oncelVpopped the question," giving  as a reasou'for bis promptness that so. long a time was  req-oiredfoj- the transmission; of! a lotteriand its answer,  itwouldhe half ayear^^^ before be'knew what her reply'  would be. Eodpsed Iwas his portrait, and he bogged a  return of the favor vThe letter,, as may woli be,imagined,,waa a satpriso to the willow, but, after weighing all  the circumstances^she consented to be, Mwbqed.-V tThe  courtship* thus strangely, commenced continued to pro-.  greas until ftfewiweekfs ago, when the happy man who  was to;bi;thp; bridegroom ariivediial England, .was not  long in flntJtag hl������ way to Sunderland, and the banns  were at once 'proclaimed la BishopwearmoutU churcb.  ���������Sunderland limes. vv i > '"��������� A  ���������v     '-. ���������  -_FOR-  ULLOOET AND VALE,  ' ' ?  '.  "'.-.  CO^KBCWNGrWItH,";"        .-;"  ;. *��������������������������� -:  Wil arriye at Richfield pit yfxpithsdays and Saturdats  and close oh i; Mondays and1 Thxtksdays at NOON, conveying Treasure. liOttersandValuAbleafor AiLI*PARIES  OF SHE ,WG&li>f  r- p. j, BARNARD,  mportaiit to  ?  Hardware  .    . .    consisting of ::.,-���������;������������������:���������  ������UJL1)1NG^  i ;V 1    Bults,&a,'&c.; \ [.'' '.'; '"������������������'��������� \1 ���������*���������--  ���������   '  CAilPENTER?S:,& jTLA������KSMITlI;f OGLS ;>  BAW *TILE^:':' all s?^1pi2"M#^KS0N^);,  "^IFOKKS'V"""'", A '''��������� / "; ~ }/. '/a '���������  'HtlNT^S'AXES;AND HATCITETS,���������' [ , ,'/.  r/v/A'he&t quality;*= A1?; * i A SI?1 / ���������'.��������������������������� & A 06 ���������<;;- ��������� ;'l. ���������.  GABTiST:*^  1 ��������� '���������     ; 441Z^S :;  ^    ��������� 'y..    ���������;.    * t - .: _v   A  m$&ixm.. W0m/k paten^ safei^  ;;,���������; -fuse;. /,.5.V'Y ���������-���������- -\:;\y ^-A  NAILSt^Gut &<WnorJonT Iiion, . & Gcpran, all  ,; 'A^slaes-jt-v - '���������' '[-' -;f- ���������'.��������� ���������- ,���������;- ? .'��������� :1,; : /\  1H������ETSM;k6n&Coi^r, all sizes.;-7: y 1 ":*  SfeYfrHES;&lSNA#^ ! '  B^R, SHEET; HOOP & J.$A$H) ;IltGN;     //  SQlLiKBiA ^TAGONl CAST^iSTEEL;    .  MANILLA ROPE, all'stos j*     ��������� ' ^    ���������        >  fiimS'hi^^ RUBBER BELTING ;.';..���������.  . '  jCAST mON'CAR^HEElA; >.',:'." '., /."  ;^LiKSCALES;132 m^M'^My^/:  BLANK, POCKET,li iNI> MEMORANDUM  1 BQOKSr^ stee$> 1    ;        Z//\,  LEGAL CAP, NOTE, LETTER & FOOLS-  ��������� '-'"���������������������������:6AiP"PAPER;r !'���������;������������������ ^K^^y/^.-A  '^f^b^y^rfW^ BLOTTING M  '������������������/^I^^yA/:// /.//;./,/��������� ���������yyAz  WEEKLY TIME BOOKS; ,i  VIOLIN STRINGS, SONG BOOKS, to  'ycyy^y^ a, MXdKENziE,  Barkerville, Williama Creek.  >'* The undersigned is prepared to  CLEAN BLACK SAND, BLOWINGS AND  s;   "'.   "MANNINGS,  On Commission; or will purchase any quantity oo tbe  \ -'''MustLiBBKAtTsniia, at the  Beading Room, CameroRton,  Subscriber is now well knowii m Williams 'Greek, and  from the confidence reposed in him last Fall to the  above business, he hopes to receive the patronage of  tho Mia log community the ensuing season.  ; . s   1       1 JOHN BOWftOtf.  Lichfield,  This Eetafolishnientis now open for customers. The TaWe is supplied with the 'best and ������iioicost  delicacies.    Coffee and PioB.can be had at all hours.  JEST Thfl Boncontains the Finest Liquors <m the Creek  A  CONCORD SPRING WAGGON, capable of soating  nine passengers, -besides'carrying-baggage.  ' .  JVLSO,  ,       A pair of line Aanerican Horses, with sot of double  tbe Church ������f England, preached three times {haruess for sale.  Apply at this office, ������r to  on Sunday last to'congregations on Williams  Creek���������in the morning at Richfield, afternoon  at Barkerville, and evening at Cameronton.  The Rev. D. Duff, of th������ Church of Scotland,  iheld his usual seryices at CameroDton in the  morning and Richfield in the ai'dofnoon ������f the f  same duy<  MR. SHAW,  Smith>fi Ranch,rCottonwood.  E. C. GILLETTE,  OTVEYOs & mmim,  OJiiacE-CAilERONTON. 42  EXPRESS FREIGHT ^AND PASSENGER  ../:/://.  :;:."...;.;itfOT}.v.i,.. /'/*/ ".'..i  Stages and? Saddle Train.!  Thk most Exnibraous Aim eoonOmical, : as  well as the;most comfortable mode of travel to the  lower country is by thas line.  SADDLE TRAIN leaves RichOcld on Mondays and  Thursdays at NOON, in time to catch the CTAGE at.  Cottonwood for Quosnel; Mouth and the steamer fur  Soda Creek. BARNARD'S STAGES leave Soda Creek,,  every Monday and Thcrsday at 8 a. m. The Thursday's Stage will lay over at BiAiR'a, 111 mile post, and  at Clinton for rest; the Monday's Stage at Cunto*  oxtY^ both arriving at yalo-jn time to catch the steam-;  ere for New Westminster. -  #*jr ThroughHielc'etH may be obtained at tho Offlcs  InHicfadeld.   <  Steamer " Enterprise^  Leaves SODA CREEK for QOTSNEL  MONDAY ANJ) THURSDAY MORNINGS;  AT DAYLIGrHT,  gttw'w QUESNEL for SODA CREEK,  WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS at 4 A, M.  Neighboring Creeks and Gulches.  JOSEPH C. SFOONER will run an Express  Rhgolaria*, in connection with Barnard's Express,  from Williams Creek to Grouse, Stovens, Beggs, Antler,  Cuuuinghaoi, and Keitbley" Creoles.  1 .etters, &c., to he left a t Ex press Office, Rich fi el d,  orSJohn Buie's, -Barkerville.  TOR  N EXCELLENT'RANCH, situated on the Waggon  \ Road, and.on which a largn number of.cat tie could  be cared lor in the,winter, as there is plenty of hay for  feociinp. There is a good D welli ng House, together wi th  "Cattin Sherls, Stables,-&c, un tho prumises.  Ajipb'j h3" l^^V, to "A)" 'Ciribw S-utifliT office. ' 2  ���������*  \ Asraiits for "tte "Cariboo Sentinel."
i.V;ia;iWinkl^:\ A: -"i ���>'"" ������ . -A';Barnard's Express
, Mt'titboffQueeael, '-���������'>':.'-'���""'.:"����������� A ���'���'��� 1 do '.���'*''.
,Cunn"mgham, Antler, K'eith&y, St'ei. -g
vens;fGrcFttse, and'all other out*, f '���*
vw jyin^'Oteek&i--"-.." -������'" "----��� .."\   Spooner's Ksprcss
Wa^on Ifcoad,        -   '. -      -      -   Barnard's Express
- ehaton'^Clty,   " ���*, -   -1  "> ���"'= > .*'>���"���    ;    dV  ' ' ;*- -i
-Tale. j*�� ,*>. ���    -      "Mr. Sivans, Baraard?s -Express Office.
^lai^fci"';-      F. W. Foster, ; ���- do -   -  - J~ do: -A
i NwWcatteinster.        v-    . -      -      1 Clarkson & Co
'Y&Vtria,     ���      - ���    ���      -      -'���'" :; Thomas J; Burnes
'*^i/y\ v /r/ '/y^AA//' A;/yy^=>\
��� A^A'-y-:^ ������ NO*ICE.l     iT :,:??<
Miner** and othew Visliihg to send 'The Cariboo Sen-
tm*l" to their fiftendajh 0ahada, England, the United;
Rtatft*; 'or elsewhere, can -nave' it Thai led4 by leaving
addressee at tho publication officii. ^} Pried;'������ $&GU3$tm
.postage';,$L. ��� - ������-������ ������""���.:   /������: ������>��������� 'i;^":,--:'-
;;^bl.^:.v;.;-./;,:*K)'CORRESPONr>��NTS/ -'"'���
Correspondents sending articles for publication under
(nom de plumov must entrust us with their names in
confidence. ' To this nil�� wo must ri^idlyfajlhere. l
.fcw11'1"*   '    ' "' ""     '~"~* *"'/'' m; "    .  ���--���-���    -  -            .. . j-
:.:.;-?l-l'v-.'--'.l ."TO''ADVERTISERS.--" A'l:* ���
Tb�� 4*CarlbooSentiaeln is published every Saturday
evening, at 5 ;0?cJoclc  .Advertisements intended -Tor,
; 'inscrtion'must pe delivered ai latest.at eight o'clock, a.
, "in,, on'the day oflpublicatlojaV* !;- ,'\" ' .-1 ]
is afraid? hiai'town lots and untenanted etono
buildings would fall somewhat in v��h*e ^9?^
Vancouver Island become an iutefral portion
of iBritish Cblunibia. If the honorable ge.n-
tlei&an were possessed of half the prescience
he pretends to, he would perceive that the
only chance of keeping New Westminster ,the
"papital-isibyialliUriion, 6f the: 1 colonies. - Mi*
Holbrpok' thinks that to: manage British Columbia the G bvernor has quite enough to do.
We?ihust say thai h'e pays:'-S^6Srlwmp.Hmerit
tothe talent arid- ability!of:(^e^ot[��ej-
!mbur,y whom ihe -l/ftMe^ he
voted tinf Sl'frjQOO pei* annum, as 1 to "rerire'sedt
thai his ^Excellenfey-iias n^t 'tne/capailjfcy. to
govern th6! ten ot; twelve thousand1 civilised'
?4'and peaceable titizeiJs;!now in;<he two'colo?
?* niesi ^We are- heartily' asbahiedytp find such a.
declaration coming frd-oV Mr.'Hb
seems so suddenly to! have1.*changed iis mind*,
regarding his Excellency's^liitie^"' ;/#}fe.*Bfpl7
brook thinks if the'%wb;cbIohies**tvere umted
���fche, re venue; -service would not be kept up,
The, Jbtotumember knows that an efficient coast
guar^ seryice^ean;never be estab iished along
;theyast extent .of -British^ Columbia 'territory,!
Jand, that,:smuggling??can only; be ��� suppressed
3j>y- ^^ustpmjHouse Aeing/plaeed^at V?
A^EiARE CHANGE ���-."FO*��
,v
,-������/*
'is**
<"��
.��-_���. ��a-: '"a...
WE WILL SELL, OUK ENTIRE STOCK AT
���^r/';"4^;^.X,lQnN-r V|
To i'the: Highest ���Bidder, Without tlie  Sllgh'test
ft      . Reserve, ii in lots to suit everybody, .;  . -':
'v -'' ���'���" A.:'. X A A r^P^^^P^^i^ iy*~ A  -s
Monday >Evenmg^3rct InsfcJ'atS 1-2 oJciock^
and continue every 0evening until, the whole stock
issoid..o,tr.^;:;\;;.v>^ '* 'y';;'^v' ZZAa^Ak ' i /'
tl^P^ NextldoVl^tho P^rlbf *^^nJ^rkJejryiJle^v '% ���
"In
mftK&UPTCY 'notice.
m the; Silprem^7 Court WT'Cm^
'���British-Columbia.1
it*
H-U
Hi\ w; i- ?tJtK; BANKRITPTCt;
;In ^JUrnBAL; Lands & Jacob Mescueo, Bankrd^ts.;
[ilTHEKEAS, a BetJtidh "bf Adjdcatlon of Bankruptcy.
, ,,?T- bearing .date thej28h, day of June,a866,Voas beea
duly niod by l^apheal. lande , and .Jacob; iMercuso, of
���Lillooet arid Barkon-ille, both in British-.Columbia
Traders, 'i n Xferchandise' a ti d Skoreke cpers; r<n& theyl
f baying! been declared k Ba. hkrupts are ��� here by requ Ireid
N OTIOSE f
A.COURT ofOSNERAL ASSIZEiOAOT":npu*s~'*f>
^J?A^9*v,)h 26th oTjSv^ pii
"til
^W$M��^^ ^
Richfield, tKrd June ��� 1865^ *--����3B��.
I^%'SU?r'X "t"^*^ 9% Jus^c
:g^.:'!-��i
British uColumoia.
ywm
HI
,g-^A>s?.,i; -���irTf?-;-.^.-i-.;-..w��ti-Av..r. 'v?^.-;-.-. ..i., .'.^v.- irom a New ^Westminster man.   Will4he hohl
i^r;SPPH^MENT|e^
���columns 'is issUedlmth this nttaiber< of the
"Sentinel^/" An.'. \'' , A1 - ��� -r  ' ' ��� /: -1 ;*?: ������
^Assembly;  ,..,....
IgUiltylofvof^lth^ffi^Uc
their' own ^rp^perty on; "C^ver^ment^/street,;
but it is one ,^ inj
fayoT. of Union;that it will Jpre-yent/suchdn-l
l^mpv^ ^bBfie^ivat.^ New j
^esm^ste-r...v::We have/: already' exhausted
bu-rii's^ce^ttiid ^toust ^h^ly-^ra^f-flSs^:!^
m^ti^^a*fcllll^^a)?^ah^
nbn^geaflemw;��canifi^
co-asblida^onJpfvBnto
iJt$s&^o^a*y*ina^
Svesyeatfsiatleast; "^itherTOibuwailbelSjonS
isumma^ln; ^v^e;^ritriH. ���'$$!$.$ Aios��a|r|i
! yj'iv?s ?^i^^FJ^V-ER^^^^^
gentleman ^enylthat, the taies,leyie;df^ni the
peo^lb'g|rieraily lof^
: aCTeu7.ii"malaD g; lifan^
the Inco^prated ICity *''o^iN^wl^^t"minsfe"c ?
;iv";'':H-;Tyi^��#ri:Hb^wk^
?oellor of therEschequer! of these colonies, has
^beengiving;; an account of his stqwardsliip? Jn
-ito L^gislatiye Cotocij/fo thel"few
4aSihSii affitfst>deMrM
Not cbntent with .enl%hteni^g^e'^ha^
-^���f'-iiiis^pnstitue^
him" Pti'-tfielocciaa^
ilias ^ een mdvtcel*t W jge t
fo^ tfie ^cmM if^ "^
friend8l^t;p��^
wad^lthr^ugih7 rfbur c^uruns of a;printed 4^
pxjrtli *:;-vB^^Mr^H61iropk^ simply;; -confined
A nimself ��tb^ thfe "the m^uijef
??wlnchiie^
'������MSnflterl:Sfe?ett^ the lead^
���fitfgsta^^
I peopled of 1 the;-colony^
^rausementlon ^e?^
Semberi tut when^thelinla^
io get up what can^e rejKei^e^d
as a deiinohslratibn! a^instl|lt^
Vancouver ;I8}jb^��u|..|o '^E^'U^-^bl^^^ift, .'i�� .b,e7
comi)s tbofseriduala fcia*tter ^P%eafcthe ah%ir
���vfitb either^^levityl;'pr.silence,.;..For.yeara^ast
i^has^een^nS Kibit bf New '^stmhister poli-
ticiahs to misrepreseht theippinibhs Of th
pje of(t^tecplpnyr'pn ,atoost levery vpublib
���questioiii and especiallyin^refe-cence i to the
gr^at and vital questioniof lpnio%.Gf|;fhe tswo
colonies!" '������ Tfemost unsciupulbiis Mems drift
���despicable attempts have been resorted to to.
make it appear that^tshe^irihabitahtsrged'oraily-
of British Gplumbia woxel ppppseclf to the exr
^nsionbf.;ifi^';'bpu,n&ani[a''of the colony. This
lhasr"bee!i' carri5od|ipnr xf ith such-pertinacity and
*iif rpl)IiJpy on - the; pa*rt of the' li tfcle knot of political ��� tricksters; led by Mr. Holbrooky lhat
'jnnjxf influenfel s^esmen^; in^n^gland hayp^
been mduc-ed^to.beUeve that a spirit' bf^ deadly antagonism existeriin,ItUis.cplohy to: a Union'^*tnth ^anboUT^; Uslarftir "The tithe has
arrived, however, wheri it amounts to treason
orf ttie: part pf thejp��-?��pie5ofttiiis^cpti'rit-ry^^
allow their highest and best interests to be
pa^nficed'byVmeu who have bhly; the inost
seKsh motives for the-courae^
pursuing.   It is true that thelpQliticiahs of the
6apitab hold ��xe political; power*at present'in
their hands, but the people5 of Hllooet, Yale
and tho iipper bountry ^ah soon wrest it from
them.   Already; this colonyJias suftfered heav-
II v and paid dearly for pleasing Mr. Holbrpok
and his confreres in Kew WestimnstorVbut/tbs
fiat has gone,forthl.that the!people of;Bi*iti^li>
Col n mbia will emancipate themselves from
the leading strings of their false guides, and
will assert their- right-tpi^be fairly;and t hpn-
*.��tttl y represen tml. 1' Every. year J-hat 'passbs
*ovor without Union being coiisuminateS this
\<jot*bhy sutfers iinmensefyi '^and.''..much of ilie
previous taxation iindei*^vhicii the 'miners and
iup.'country settlers now groan' arises' from tho
s;olonies being kejit separate. It-is-only last
year that J3ri"tish pplumbiadisbui'scd $80;000
t^o meet-the'expcnsesipf the Indian outbreak^
which in all justice and equity Vancouver Island should have* (and would have, bad she
becm annexed to this colony) paid the
h a) f . In 18(i 3 Bri tish' Col una b ia had also
to meet the'Cost of the Gold Escort, some
i-ia.. p.U^ssestiaa.^thaithe'taxes in the ^emi^^^^-^^^^^^^^^
; of Unionjwould 4b.e laid Put bn pleasure walk3.|*a,��econ,d examinatloii, at the;hour of eleven o'clock in
iS^^n^nvP^c.is^i :��a iWPh ,da^-at;theiCburt
^0Us-i S-Jifir ld��"&n$'^ak^ *i full discovery anddigclo-
��sitfe of- their estate ^nd'etifects;, Iwhen andf.where; the
��croditors are tofconio prepared' tP *f rove their'debts and
at the first sitting to choose Cred-i tors' JAsslgiiee and'examine the Bankrupts. Andersons-Indebted to the
bankrupts,'or.who.vhav,e anyof ;theif en*8ota; are nbt
|\\^i^sJbr^ek Be<li Rock-^lume a-adi��itc&
f/Z-^y A ^/Company^Jjimtediv^;- nf$ ^-A
s ir:%*''��� :.Vi"iii A'A V-:U ?/����� <fo;*<"ig#��..,. ;: ''"fV.2;*."^ A:A'..'
\ ^^GENERAL^ES^NGl;of ^he^^i^holdeijsi',of-'the
j��\.;'='Willlaiha Creek Bed.' EocklFljime. and llJitchiOonir
pany; =l!imiteo%! will be-hel&Wthe Cb^npahy's;-dnlce,-
Richaeldjbnt-: TOESiD^r;,;:July>iltIi; ISOa^atiSlciMdck,;
Pi ��� M.} for tb e purpose; of Selecting^ ai Boa rd of Directors,;
and transacting;other businessbf the,Company^ *A.*. -.
.:.'��� -������" ' ���KBy!6rd^r-bT'the'0irectbreifJ^lll1';''"   ���;���'',:''-"���!',' -11,. V'���
H  * '                     ""-'I . E.:A..^AiJfHlaM3l"'SecsK:il
; Richfieldf June'28th ��� i��6ST���- ^^^i'p~"'- ���--��� '. 5 --
**& A-i <A j *& <      .Cownsel, for -Petitioners ��� -El��hield:&
Dated June 28th, ISc5l  ' ;\J A'�� ;V'  ..V,,r- ������  &
���Ui
B;;^':SpP^mbJ Cpiirilpf Icivil Justice-of
^^"^���^^V;Briti^-Cc&u r^/i^u
A.��pn of the:EsUte,aad Effects:of Frederick at^^
^^>0f^^ld' d0Cea-Ped. haye been granted l0B^?
V��R HARE, Esquire, Acting Registrar of KS
Cour^of.CivarJu.tlce of .British Odlu&bla, the offi
Administrator,;to .whom the.creditors are to send iS
accounts. on;or before Wednesday, ,12th day of ^
next;    All penons Indebted,to-. the said Estate, or tl 1
have any of his eflecbv ar? net to-pay br deliver '$
same but to the said 'Official Administrator   '
A:
m
/
''fachieta;^
OLIVER HARK,:
Qfflcial Administrator.
m
FEKT P5\;A,SPLENDID^'PIiY 6; mGB
_ :)RUBBER.'HOSE, with;Couplingas. Pipe*, ^
Nosels^all complete. ^    r       _;;<-,-��������� i,^>_. ��� <; ^.- ..T-^..:.-:
;.h Arties having a good Hydraulic claim "may hlavelw
.of^Mme-forTairintflr^timjthe'-.reBUl^i^'''^' [- '$h*:fr'-\
: *ix-%' *���"������'" -A/,. 1-1   MR. J.OHN" EVANS, -
'^frit'r *??    "A^'-v - \ ^-;: /   y^ightnihgCreek.
-AMM
W
s
V
#-"���&'���'.&
mm
:i ADJOUBNED MEETOT^
���;-f.f
1,TOR,SALE, AT; THK
.'������W
.*?-'���'
,|.  v .IN-/ BANKUPTjLJt..;jv;-t .i-;;^.-i--I/-i-i^���
iJiInta,:y^,^HLA^ iiiLpwevlBfltiknipta^-l'--;' :^'
\TpTipE)s'herebygiyenthat the; Creditor's^Moetlnj:
+"^,?V.ef>iscd tb>e held at the Court HousesRichaeld;
on Wednesday last ;.thc 28th ultimol, was duly held and
adj,ovfrnedto;Mohday; next/the Srd'lnlstantj atllW m :
.^.the same; Blace^for the i purpose; -of AuditinV ihe ac-
ceuhtsjof; the Assignees, and 1 o�� accepting the resiga'aS
: tion oF office df ^Mr;";;Hambnrgher,^the Trade A��sigaoe;
j and fo^eleoting at new' Trade Afesigneey andlbr prooiri Qt
isu^h 'debts.:a8JhaVe hot'yet'been pfbyed;* A^AA    ?-"v ..*
:....,,.,; j���;?^-By. order oft .Oourti:-'^ . thu * f *i\y A '*���*'--I?'--;- ���'>
t..." LA-A A A illl^ il^iiOLIVER^HAREi^fflciaftAssi^he^.^'
r;-RiebUeiai July 1st,-' 1865.1' /-1.1  -- A.y, ���A'i.-./.s AiSrA'C.
���11* -n: ��--'"-': ���'���' ���
wsJaomi.-it- ma v
#T,reE--!
* /s
f=   V
7BAKK OF
British.
:JkxnjexiG&}
A   BilAKOH OF'.tHIS^AJSTK; willbo opened J
t\. at 'Richfield ,'Caribdd, 6h:or about thecl5th proximo.
;'  \    :1 : ;   IJ1' '/liTl/Gi SlIEPHKRD^lMianager.
Victoria, Tf L ��� 13th"jimd, 1��65:.r'" "-"''V.* i ;.        5
��Ss^iS lr^ CERTIFy. that frbm sbn^^SuBo:
or, W!^ pf/the ^head? our hair <5ommehcW mllfrig]
.but^so xapidly thaijwe feared: we; shoulllose the whole. i;
In.'this*cohditiohj Ave; \vent ItQ $?m J).. MQ"3ES,>1 and
strange:to relate ���; in2 THR'Eff'.appliciitions of bis won-
derfuljHair ReetofativO outiliair brcatob as*strong as'
ever, and is now soft and lively/: .WemaKo this'cor lifi-
cate with plea-sure,.believing it"to be for the public goo.dv
! ;r -v > A-yfA;. GEORGEf COFFRTN/ Cumoron to&,:"; -.
I    Tl        --,' . t nROBERT-WARREN^Barkerville���'    ^
��� '��; ���-..',;h;"S; REDGRAVE; RicUlleld..-..'V.?,r;
! iWilliam & Creek,. 1st Julyy 1865,,;'. _, A  111"" ������-."���> ��� ��� ��� 5. i r
!^:v;f;;;:V;^N-G^
*VjWICE;tS HEREfe^piTO of
-H- Barkerville, is the owner of Lot .40 'a,? on- which
tne;Go-dt^The-m; Salobr; is built,'by title derived
from the Government .dK'British .Columbia, and claims
the House aiid promises tbereoa asaCixed to'said Free-
hbldr'".- ' ���*���'".. ���;" ���-,":'���".'. li,..;,..'., W.'W^HILL.:/-
; I Barkerville, June SOtii, 1865.)}. ,1 -'5 .
?:A:<.M?1 ..iii^.S' ��� "-U.^.*:./.''-jv
GAZELLE SALOON/. Camorbntonf" ���
i^<
f-
'Ap^ER ,&,BARRt.
<:\tt
!.    '"���'.IT*    rV.'?-^- ~jj^-T^--^
iThi8<Sf agnificent^Salobn^ which; is'the *Qn>,
irt > jCatibop^ for; Terpiychoreah" 'lExercise;! ii
k 1 ���'���- f.   now open to the��� lovers2of . ^['���;
|vf?;
' '"A
'.AH
f ^^? First Class 'order win be preserVed,
and the pspoprietpr inyites all his friends to
give him a ca5L '' :
: The Bar ^i8? stocked with the finest Liquors
knd-Segars^;..-----A^-^y.,rru������������*��� y--^:--- h   3
ETERY EVENING,
AY   THB
ALL THOSE IJXVISG' AqCOUNTS, WITH
Are with .due respect noli fled, .that their accounts will
be"closed on and afli*r Jut.yIsI, 186.%. after which time
bur terms will be j
- ,S T A-l-O-lf'Ibi'Y'^'C A^S H. ���'���/-'-
We awjn .mako no '^distinction .or 'discrimination,- but
deal with Jill alike,: and upon: the sanie terras. It will
be our eudoavor tot merit a continuance of the patronage heretofore*receivfid at the hands* of our friends!"i/nd
patrons. -'T^&^f '( 5! "t "'��� ^ V-?
, Barkervllle, William? Greek, 'Juno 29th, 1SG-5."      5
I
XTOTICEIS HEREBY-(51VEN 'that'. JAKES-D:
1? LOBING-will cause to be sold by Public Auction.- on Monday,. . the 3rd day of Jul)'' next, :at 'iioon.
all the goods and chattels now on the.premises known
;'': ���  ������ '������:"    ���'���'��� " ; as the''' *   "' *' .
G-o-at-Them Saloon,  1
.B.wkerville, uno>s\and by.virKieof a Power of Sale in
an Indenture of .Mortgage, bearing date the 12th day
of; July, 18C4,- executed by one J.' B. A. Ririere. in, favor 0f tlie ��� Sf j id" Loring: (in d tin ly regis teret 1 iu. the Su-
prcme Court), to secure payment of the sum of $0700,
on or .before. :the 12th day of Aprfl, 1865, which pay-
ment the" said Riviore has fa iled to make.
'^B^Salo to, take place at tho Go-ai-Them Saloon,
Barkerville, at 12 o'cloCJc, noon: .
"*'    .J,} By order ofi the Mortgagee,^ :   '     -������;���������'
,.'       - ��� t-.-AZ- V.LEE, Auctioneer.
for Sale.
_ ���
'/^Ll^^-I^E^^i FUN ARE INYIT.
ed to calL and -enjoy; themselves, when a
".. f,.    hearty weleprae will be extended: -;;..
riMuisiibl
: Billiards, Excellent;^Refreshments and *��
best of order observed.-. -������"��� ,   ,'
''1 .       1 ,      r*. t*. ���-���.*������. ���:��� MARTIX & 00,
'"     *;,
THE
T.
BARKERVILLE.
J.   At CHI SO
THK WINKS, - SPIRITS, ALB & SEGARS to bo bad at
this Salydn are the best that can be imported;
HEREBY TAKE PLEASURE. IN NOTIFYING,THE
. public throughout Cariboo that I am prepared from
this dato to soil at Public Auction, on i\uy part.of Wtl-
Iiams crook, every kiud of. \iroperty, statioiiary br 111 ;jvc-
ablo, *such {is ,.��-i:-.?:-i-V
Merchandise,   Real .Estate;   Mining - Claims,
;Sbares in Mining Gompahies, <S:b.  i;
I am at hH times ready ,to Sfll, 00 reasonable ifyimj
xy proper^-whatsoeverplaced in my hands U5:'ptfi.^:a>j
an>
$C��0fft00, tbe'half of which  the  lieigLborini?i0,r,rva<ly Asrfgnooa-in-Bankruptcy.    Having bait m.���
Colony Ws justly entitled to contribute    ��&  ,hau tcu years ������"������ 10 tbe ranow Branches 4
TKR'"*UNDERSIGNBI> being desirous of. erecting a
.-Flouring. Mill at -Quepnelmouth oifcr for sale the
Machinery of a STEAM.SAW MILL, forrtbd purpose of
getting moio powerful engines. Tho Mill is complete,-
and capable1 of sawing $000Tecc in 12 hours; it has an
extra 60 inch circular Saw. Favorable terms will be
given to any persons desirous ol purchasing. The Ma-'
cbinoryis offered either with or without th*, buildings
. HAIIPER & WEIGHT,   .
$ Quesnelmouth, June 20th, 18G5.   ... 4-2ui
A First Class Kbaoing Room!.'
All the latest- English ,< Americitn, Canadian and colo-
��� ;       nialpapers taken in.     -���"-.'-"���-
K8? A Harmonic Mating held every week-^udge
and Jury. ......   . . '���'��� '
" '    Will be given once a week by th��
Cariboo Amateur Dramatic Association.
But
these are startling facts which Mr.:Holbrpok
��mdioiisly avoided ^placing before tbe coun-
ti*v, simply because 'it would not suit his prin-
vciplps to bo honest ,and straightforward in
dealing with a .great .psblic question.   The
member for 'Lillooet -and Douglas harps on
tbo injury that would be done to 'invested7 in-
tiM-cflts in this colony should Uniou take place.
>>u\ iiiilhfo&k lets the cat out of the ba-.  He
me.
Aueticaeeritig, 1 hopo that any one requiring my pop [ TTn YlCivf,ti.Y\ f, t,Ci T?Vn&YlGP'i'J\r*Gl
vices will be kind i/uough to give me a oa 11, and I wffl ^y^Fy* ^V, ^ ..JTlU^OtLOrS
strive to please all who may iutrust their business to lOl*    CJ"Cl3/luZ
CASH ADVANCES raadoou Merchandise placed ��� .��� ...rltv  ;
OpiIE O^DERSIGNED IS NOW PREPARED TO AKA-
! 1 LYS3S ORES of any description brought to him
j for th'it piuipose.    Charges moderate.
BLACK SiAKn, PANNING3 & BLOWINGS  BOUGHT.
or CLKANEU en Commissk'n, at Hie Aurora C-smpuny'fl
in my possession to bo sold, and prompt aettlenient of
alt transactions. Any person Wishing to consult me
will ti nd me at my fit ort-, the old "Pioneer fitan d.
"Merchaudiisy ol* alhkindfi sold at Auction and private
aile.    ��� ���"   : .;.;        :       .At ,   '���'-*'/���- -7 ;
Bark���-.-n'il!������*, Juat'%*i\ is05.
KHRP.VBACHER,
PiK'lic Au<vione(-r.
5
firtu>-
smpany'fl
f  K.  DEViNK.
GAZELLE   SALOON,
,;:  ��������� ���  CAMERONTON, ..
Adler & Barry,".Prop'rs.
This largo Saloon is fitted up in a style o*
eleganco and comfort which has no rival in these colonics. It contains two large Billiard Tab lea with all �����
modern improvements
jq��- The Bar is furnished with LIQUORS & SEGARS
of the finest quality and beat brands.
, The subscriber!? have received a machine for manufacturing Soda Water, and also en* for asking Ssr^
pari IN , both of wbieu erticl"* tbey are now prepare
11? a (i f.p! y to CUS-t om'rf'I.     ' * SENTINEI/  Ike^VILLE, SATURDAYrJUL^l/^  MINING) INTELLIGENCE,  CAlUBOOi MARKET REPORT.  ,   Saturday, 1st July, 186S.  !he Markets during the week hare exhibit,  a little firmness,' merchants ibeing unwill-  (to part with their goods at the ruinous  ^^^iSes which they, have lately fallen to. Since  PHi^Iaat issue a^great many trains hsve arriv-  Iglllli^ on  ^Wpee, 75 cts;. Tear$i; Sugar,,.50 cte; Hams,  |^iii-2^cts] Syrup,"50!cts; Butter, $1 25; Rice,  I Edicts; YeastPowder, 62,1-2 Ots^ box; Po-  /' ; latbes, 30 'cts $ lb.; Turnips, 18,cts; pn-ions,  f HS^iMercori-tomd j'Beef, 40 ets;a Mutton, 40 to, 50  ���������; ������^pVeal,50cts..;  l/y$$& Cunningham creek Flour is selling at  ^|M^hts per pound.;    .. ., ,���������;���������'' ���������;"'' . "':  ||jwVa*Winkle'Flour brings 32 cts *������ lb.  X  FREME ^OOURTi^IN CH&NGERYi  r"?vt...  (Before the Hon. Mr. Justice Begb ie,)   \,;,  7-3 >'  rf >f. Fr^i||mci;I������i&������.;'  r"l  ������tfc  ������r J^B^Irealis 'company, vs.. Sa\v(>nU,cpmpan*|������1-'"  i^^P^fcalker^ made; ,air applicartibn^ for ah ih-  : |unpl[pn to restrain^efendants frpm selling $r  fSl^^&gi t^jjrpund.latelylgi^ ihere- un-  l^^fflfficisipi^/'of^' the S>up*reme ^ Court. . The,  ^ ^jK^|pplicatipiL wer$ \that defendants were  ^^^^| of fraud in taking up the ^ground, as.  ������      kiiew it was claimed by^ the,Boreal is  -w?  I  sip^ftp1^ whbses;stakes were w6ti"the jj^iind.  ^^i^B^vits were iput. iu (by'plaaatiffs to the ef^  ������||]|t|^at tne^ Saw.Mjli company hadJbeen no-  ^HB|||to give up the^o%nd after they had  ^P||ffii>.n,up; but/before, "they recorded Ite'f ���������, It  7'$K$?k������-': a^ged:ou behalf ^6f:ihe'Bbrealis  p^c^^pny that Messrs. Dewdney and Edwards,  ^wjjVgfe their niost, .impprtalft^itu���������s8es,- were  |;;5aB|[^pfthe first oh 'Government business, but  ^;;?l|������^i^n^e^e^^w^uld^b&l p^eseM'itl'^he  y,:0ij^ -<-T"v ' i  ������ \   JtegValkcm folio wed- on: thesame side and  ?|?f|fi|5p^^joh his honorJs.attention several strong  ajgpttents in favor of granting, the t. apptfea-;  ^���������il^BPi7*?������^^.^<vhe-Bprealis company, did  l^^p^lfet relief under the circumstances that a  9|f|$i^ould be put io outside parties investing  ^Wiving property. . ;;;'.';: :,/-_ - ���������  V   fMr. Robertson,' on-behalf of the Saw Mill  ft company, opposed .the potion and Tead seve-  i   ra|^Ddavits ^bfJinembera of tWe company in  support of his position,  /y.  ^Illl^* a lengthened argument between cpun-  ^������i������thonor said he would::reserve his. /dLeci-  sion td^Mohday.     ~~ ��������� : '���������---:, ..-'-..._...:.���������./ '   l^l^jE^TRirciL'i EOTBRTAiNMBkT.-lr.On Saturday  iSi|$plAst a Miscellaneous Entertainment took  ilSjilJl^Ktthe;ParlorBalobnin Barkerville; It  i$wii|||iTen by a number of talented amateurs  belonging to the creek, atfd!w;8LS inlist^success-  ������������������;il|al������Pfie amiisenients openeci with the farce  of 'F-^or PilUcody,' in which Mr. Ramage took  littepart of PilUcodyP -and gave Evidence of  : Mi|rt^nic talent which only requires to be  .foul'tivated to place him in the foremost rank  of amateur performer, - Mr. Thompson -per-  .^���������fiplale'd the character of Capt. O^Scattle as if  :;-he/had been a veritable son of tie sea. Mr.  i^jli^&pb'ertson made :a graceful ^MrsyFilji-  fcigl^^r'Mr.'"VV'. Gladwin, as Mrs. 0?Scuttle,  |������Dt3ered the part with considerable .ability,  ||||||ttr. T.^'J;vAtchison was really inimitable  i^fS^^fevh Blunt. Whoa the farce was conelud-  '^���������IM^1^* Barry, Anderson, and others, sang  ^yera^soiigs exceedingly well. Mr, Barry  ^as Snpv sweetest voice wo have heard fbr a  ;I6hg{itime and makes use of it with rare taste  and^feeling.   Altogether the  entertainment  wM������$narkably good, aud wt*. hope there  inay/bi������ many such pleasant: reunions daring  the season.  ������������������*���������������&  ���������CPLUSIO^OF THB ^ALtXANDRA* k ^IDJELITEE.'  :;.-���������?^Ahout 10 o'clock on the night of the. 19th ultimo,- tho  , ia'teiaiiner Aloxandor, Oapt, Collin, from.Victoria for New  ��������� Tyestminster, with 70 pissengeM and 616" shepp", came  fnto^pllii?ion with tho V.I. Coal Co.'sateamerFideJiter  .^apt^-McCuiloch, bound from Nanaimo and way ports  fe^i*510^'1;' wlth coal,   28 passengers  and a small  .^mojimt of freight.    Tho collision occurred off Clbvor  J;t:; TheF.idelitcrwas struck nearly amidships on tho port  -ilduj^y the atom of the Alexandra, and sunk in ten  ���������i/inin^tus after. Both steamers-kept together for soveral  ^fcihutes, during which ; time several of the Fidel iter's  "ivP^engers clambered aboard tho Alexandra, when the  -^jja^ti^i". Uitctecti o(T and the Kidolitcr..,put'for tho shore,  ���������i^hic|fWas only a^>but 300 yards distant, and succcoclcci  ': iu;feafehin^ tbe bcacb,';whcf.6 sheisank to tho main deck.  ^"Her passengers (among whom were.acvcr*l ladies)  iandlhands succeeded an getting ashore in the steamer's  ��������������������������� boat^.  :^!. Th0| Alexandra put back immediately nnd succoedod  t*q reaching Laiug' -dhip yard, in a sinking condition,  .wheroshe was run aground, audronvuns half-full of  Water.   Tho flros went out "just before she rea ched the  beach- A passenger by the Fiduliter,named Tod had his  jaw broken! by tho'coliision and was scut to the Hospi-  [ tal.i;; JHo was attended by Dr. Hriruekeu.  A J ^LAresT���������Late ilast higbfc (21st ultimo) wo learnt  ���������thatthe pilot bouse and other top hamper of the Fidell-  ; ter," had been was hod away, and it was feared ibat Bbe  would become ������, tuUl wrcoK befori ui������rninir.��������� Victeria  'Cbroair.l*.'  ,.;,..;���������������������������:'!)/���������        ^   'CONKHN GULCH.  The EriooQon oompany Payiiig $22������4(D0 in  ''X; ��������������������������� 'a ���������wees! ,       i ���������,..      /,,:  ���������tJ Tlie claima on Conklih Gulch are destined  we think to Carry off the palm this season for  yielding the largest amounts of gold taken  out in Cariboo.    The Ericcsoh. company has  commenced to give out its treasures in sums  of almost unprecedented amount.   The result  of one day's:washing up during the present  week, in presence of Mr. Robert Burnaby and  other gentlemen> was 518 ozs.;  the  total  amount ;yielded by the claim for the week  ending to-day was..1400 pzs., or $22,400.   Out  *6f this sum the company have to contribute  $525.for the Export Tax to the Government.  ���������The Saw Mill company have been engaged  in litigation in Chancery durin'g the week  with the Borealis company.    It is greatly'to  be regretted, that mining companies cannot  settle disputes without wasting their  hard  earneft Woney in endless suits in Chancery,  jhe. Saw Mill ���������company are sinking a new  shaft; and will soon get down unless ah injunction is iasubd^--The Philadelphia company have reached bed rock, and found it  pitcninig into the hill; they obtained a good  prospect Jin i'thej ibpttoni^of ^the -shatt.���������The  Reid company are sanguine of soon striking  something good.���������The' other companies are  prosecuting their labprs with yigprj handsome  of them1 soon expect to get; down to' b ed rock.  '���������Work at 6iis great -centre of mining enterprise is^'nowia;fult;blast, an-d;^e:hearfew  ^pmpiaii^ufrbm "sl^rehoiders of 1;ho clai-ms  not  : yeilding :jfullyi-./;as* j well    as   they  anticipated at the opening of the campaign.  There are comparatively few men, put ipt .em-  glp-yjftfent, anjd?thtfse at preseitt idle B���������?6n>ex-  p^ctto be%ngaged.    There is an absence of  excitement   amongst miners   about   "big  strikes,' but generally they are well satisfied  with the present state of things.   Never since  Cariboo '*^as, ^firstv'discpvered^ has wtlie times  been so' favorible for the mining class.   With  provisions at a, rate very iittie in advance of  New Westminster prices, men can live for, one-  third, of .the amount expended in fofrtier years,  whilst'wages are almost the same, as, when  provisions were a dollar and a half a pound.  Heretofore Cariboo was decried^ because it  was not a " poor man's "country; this argument-is no longer tenable, for it is essentially  the place for a poor man to get along."; With  ftfohrit $24 per hundred pbuiids, and eveiyr  thing else in proportion, there,is no excuse for  men not trying their luck in a country which  has given abundant evidences of vast wealth.  It has beep, the habit of some mien, tc denounce  "this district with such epithets as being completely "played out."  It is p"ar;;pplaion that  Cariboo is only j list starting into life, and that  !-the time is fast approachlng when lihousands  of men wil I be fo und spread over Its creeks  and gulches,'and hilla and valleys, busily arid  profitable employed in miningr   At present  a man can prospect' two months; on $100  and every day hereafter the ^cost will be  getting less.   A year or two ago $100 would  not last a man a fourth of "the time. '" There is  no doubt that the former high price of every, article^ has been the great drawback to tJarrboo,  -but fortunately a new era-of cheapness and  plenty has dawned uppn it and the������,ttrae-  tions of the country will 'be sponger than  can be found on any other part of the Pacific  coast.   Several new claims on tbe creek hare  got down to bed -rock during the week' and  are now taking out pay .--The -Rough and  Ready company, at Barkerville, have been  very successful j just 3 weeks ago this com-  .pany of four hard workingsboys'took up 200'  feet of ground, abandoned by Mr. Chas. Han-  kin as worthless ; they sunk a shaft, and that  very day three weeks upon which they took  up the claim the fortunate owners washed out  18 ozs. and $14 in gold; this morning 15 ozs.  were taken ont, ���������being"their second washing ;  next week the. company will be in full working order, and we have no dou|)t they will  reap a rich harvest.   So much for abandoned  ground.���������Hard Curry is getting his machinery  ready for vigorously carrying en operations  in the old Diller ground.���������The Barker company are sinking a shaft in the hill;  they  are  down  thirty-five   feet   and   get prospects of fine gold.-���������The Bald Head company  are sinking a new shaft.-���������The Hibernia company are erecting machinery.���������The Welch  company have, -been doing well during the  week, making more than wages.   The,Australian company are drifting into tho hill and  hope to strike the channel in a few days.  ready to wort. The Davis ; company have  sunk a new shaft 93 feet, 48 feet of which  was through solid rock j they have their new  wheel nearly finished and hope, to be busily  employed!in about a week.r-The Cariboo  company washed out 30 ozs. from their lower  shaft yesterday.���������-The Lillodet-company !are  driftiiig.~-The Caledonia company are taking  out expenses.���������The Grizzley company have  struck encouraging prospects.^-Tbe; J^ff&tt  coJy have stopped work. for:..ft- day Lor. two-;  they have^ been ccgagediin making pr drain 'to  crinnect with the bedvrock dtain.^-TIie iiever,  Sweat co7y are taking out expenses.���������The  BeauregaM & Confederate cbrj are averaging  30 ozs; per day.-T-The Cameron cb'y are averaging about 40 pzs. per day.r-rThe Raby co-y  have been doing well; one day this, week they  washed tip 70 ozs?; the average yield is about  40 ozs.-rThe Dead Broke co'y have lately  been annoyed with water and slum from the  bed rocl������ drain, but hope to soon get at full  work again.���������The Forest Rose co?y struck a  good prospect in their back shaft yesterday;  they are. averaging BO^ozs. per <la^ at present.  -rThe Last Chance. cp;y, ;we. believe, are doV.  ihg better thaii formerly.T���������The, Prince \ of  Wales co'y are making more than' wages; and:  the companies further down the' creek are  pushing^ward^heirh^pra; w^eiergy. :  ."'"'��������� "*'/    S^NINGHAM CREEK, ���������"'*���������}  There is every evidence pa this creek that  it is about to become,- one pLthe.mpstunpp'r--  ^tant 1 "mining: ^disMcts m ^aribpo^ &> .Persons  who formerly were seepticabie regarding the  existence of golfr -in' paying quantities oh  it have now ...had 1 the delusion dissipated,1  and it is anticipated that before many weeks  a large.population;will ibe attracted thither by  the-new and rich strikes that will be made.  The Kentuck cp'yihiave not yet reached the  bottom of the channel,':, but had taken, out  this week>;up tof Thursday; $2^p0ithey)iad  obtained' froni fe pzs. to -25 pzs.\ to, the pan,  which is most ,encpuraging.^rrjhe Sergeant  company are working' at���������?their ditch and! will  likely complete it to-day; they Will tlienvcom^  mence hydraulicing f aird expect tg ]be?weli  paid for their iabon���������The Wb"tner and Ledm  claims are laid; oyer fpr two /months.���������Mr.  Redgrave and company, have taken up a bar  clai m about a, quarter of a f mil a ab p ve town,  and they expect ;to make good wages^-Tlie  Lewis eompany are ground ^sluicing and will  wash up torday,--The,KiembellTFenton company are ab ou t tp xjpnstrpc t ^ a -ditch fpir,������ the  purpose Of,getting, in water.^-There are at  present seiyer^l ho tels and pro vision, stores on  the creel^ and ^MrV Allen has opened a hardware store this week; The trail frPm Cunningham to Antler ha8.J)een put into a paBsar  ble^tate byitheijminersiiiurnihg^ but fot the  purpose. Beef,,veal, and vegetables are plenty and cheap oh' the creek.        i (  '-: LOWHEK -CRKEK.  ;";.,'     ;,.i;,���������,.;, -Af,  With; therexecpti^h of ;ithe JlJhittondeii.'Cb'y  nohe of the claims oh this creek have commenced washing upyand it will be a week or  two later before 4hey are ready to do so ; the  Chittenden co-y washed Mt between thirty  and forty ounces on T&ursday,; and are -������fell  pleased with their prospects.   -:^        ^ ���������- :  ;-'',:'"-":' latest Astern-news:  ^/^  to a settlement The comspondent;: ^f the-  'Post' says correspondence can <?nly lead t<r  one^result, viz: unconditionlTefiiBal on our  part to indemnify Americans for loas occasioned by chances of wan ��������� 1;i  The news of the capture of Davis created  some Bensatipn and anxiety. The hope was  generally .cxpi-essed that he would be treated  inrnq vindictive spirit: ���������,���������> m-* ��������� .���������  La France says the-Frenchand British Gov-;  ernmenla felt no xUequietude. Both have ob-  seryed .towards the Uhited-States aii.policy of  conciliation. vThey have not ceased te receive  from the U. S. the most moderate declarations  itnd.'-iavejap reason: to believe that aay unto ward event will occur tp '������������������al ter^ their friendly  ;relations^n.M:.A'���������;>���������'*?���������i\���������': "���������'["''''/* '*��������� .���������'./'.  ��������� Cawai)A-^A>destructive fire occu'redi at Brantford on  the 14th. ultimo.; About half of one; of the principal  bnsines8 block in the town wa������ destroyed. .The fire  wag po doubt the work of an incendiary. .Thirty buildings, were degtrb-yed; iLosa $125,000, tafturance $50,009  VSocth AHeBicA.--~Xli������ l"*0*^ York Wbuhe>afl .papora  fr^ra Buenos Ayrea containing additional details of the  ifirs^oy^ments.of thebelllgorentsln ; opening the wer  be"iwxjcn tlie Argentine Republic and Paraguay, i; ���������-;  '::: '.'HatSi���������Advices from Hay ti to the 27 th Ail timo repr e.  sent thu rebellion against the Government- stillin pro-  ;gr&se. IjSuoceBs on both'-sides is; reported. :^v   '���������   . .;  ;.;. ��������� a -..;. m:::-.' * I \: ."���������'   ������������������' ���������.'.    ^A^' _..'.: A A-,-. -; *"���������-:���������'���������;;:,;:   ���������  ^icroRU l!^ws^^  an accident from5 a horse ruhning off;^^ one of  Ms 0 egs was tractur<ed^etween the Rankle, ahdP  kiiee^A-man na^fc Curzohi has been "murdered iirIdaho; between PlaceryillW and Center vil le,:;supposed to;tiei Friink Curzpni ��������� tii,  Victoria miisiciari. Suits have -been pominenc-  ed bythe oMersof the Fidelitpri & ^lexandta.:  , Trba^u-rb REMOTANOB.-eThe 'Rank of-Brit-  ish^Columbia. *towardedy$;l60,000 in bars to  ^ietoria byvthe Ej^reas'on Thursday last -A  oiiv^rrOT&���������Mfc I^bert:B-u^haby ;ahd Mir.  iReinhar-t;-4 of Victoria", /have' arri-������^ on Wil-  liamsGreeki      -/'-.' ���������:':'  ���������* ".'���������- ���������i''*.-:vv- ,. -1.'/^"'  ��������� i^^* Gpideji Age Flour,-:from new\ wheat*  is selling at SanKx*anciscp;fbr $10 ^jbbl. aA-\  -.;���������. ReDpceD>rT-Mr.; Wilcox ������������������ has ��������� redubed-;ithe ^ rate' -of  i.board !at his house in camerpnton to, S16 per week ���������; ;X.  . .CROwnep;Oin!.w-W;e are obliged to hold "over sl*hilo������  letter, to our neKt. issue. ;: i;   ��������� ;vj.:.. A:yi:i-...'. I ������������������ Ay:;A.  ��������� .'���������,{ (From the 'British Columbian. '$  !.i"���������;fr ���������UNTERip STATE^ SEWS.{.'v      /   .  The 'Tribune's' special says Major-General  Ord is assigned to military command of Oregon, headquarters.at Portland,, The.Mexican  Slinister.is sanguine that the Frenoh will -lj[e-  driven out of his county before the close of  tfee year.   .���������   fc  New York, June 14���������The Herald's Charlesr  ton correspondent saysex-Gov. Aiken arrived  there' from Washington on Cth June, and had  a warm reception from the citizens. A number of South Carolina former planters, having taken the oaftrof allegiance, are making  contracts for labor with their former slaves,  and have gone to Hilton Head to confer with  Gilmore, and endeavor to recover their plantations.  Private advices from prominent members  of the Atlantic Telegrapli co'y announce the  completion of the cable; they are confident  nf "hawinn-  Wnrylftrifl jj.nrl   America  in telecra-  All who desire GOOD COPFEE and T\ix4;. Spices  can have both by always asking for FELL kCQ%which  can be had from all respectable.Store^keepers.' Be sure  'you ge^it" with our trade label on each package, i;,  j .Cautioxto Tae Owneks op "bobsi--ALondon surgeon  writihg to .the Hsrald^ says ^'..'Several of my pati eh ts  have been suffering,from an; eruption; resembling, in  many reepects, the itch; causing: the .same;'amount,of ;  annoyance arid- irritation, and;equally troublesome to.  cure. As in-each I have traced it to some dogj and  knowing how ignorant thousands are ������pon the subject,  I thb"*t publicity the correcUhlDg. One was a boy in  i buttons, scratching from .head to foot, with red patxmtsy  and not unlike the nettle-rash. Hisi sister; had it,  his .mother bad it, and -Mb father had a lpup'J with tho  mango, and this: animal slept 'with v the, childrem '1'A!  lady ai Richmond, now ijnder my. care,., has her fac������  and chest covered, and,' having been proud of Aher fair  skin, is surprised at such a diaeaso -comrag';into iher  fami|y. The;Rery ant is m.a-rise.d in the same way, fho  lap-dog,has 'just recoverejli, anU; would have died from -  the mange"tiad it not been for^^^ia yeterinwy-surgeon. A  gentleman'atKehsington ha'd for many months such an  aggravating skin diseaso as, tie stated, would not yield,  to any drug,;,-aad,at Wmm he scratched -i himself 'until:  tbe bloott ran down his legs.. He ;wafij however, still  more surprised wheh I t<������ld him it w&a.the same com-  plaint as that which his favourite dog had'"    ���������  BIKTH.���������In Victoria, on the IBth,ultimo, the wife-  of ifames JFudspn voung, Esq., of a daughter.  lilABRIED.���������Oa tho 24th ultimo,- at'New Weet-  minster'iHon.W. Mobei������ly, of. the.Lands and Works  Department^} to Miss Champagne. i  CAMERONTON.  the channel m  The Hit or Miss company are taking out about      . _..        .      ,  40 ozs. per day.���������The Morning Star company ������r ������ tho ra!n Missouri, wt  are making satisfactory progress; on Monday <*crcd to tho ������oininander  they washed out $7 oza. and $2, Tuesday 8  ozs. and $4, Wednesday 8 ozsM Thursday 9 ozs.  and $6, Friday 7 ozs. and $14, and to-day 11  ozs.; only three men have been working each  shift; there will be double the number next  week.���������The Aurora company average 350 ozs.  per week; they took ������ufc to-day several large  nuggets, one weighing very nearly four  ounces.���������The Wake   up Jake' -company are  the claim bo will soon preheat it, ro that, ������ree  of having England and America in telegra  phic communication next month.  Washington, June 11.���������The Navy Department has the following from New Orleans:���������-  Capt. Sands reports the rebel army of Texas  has disbanded, and the men have gone to their  homes; terms of surrender recently;executed  at New Orleans between rebel commission,  Gens. Kirby Smith and Canby. There is no  naval-property nor any officers in Texas on  the seaboard, and the only vessel in RedRiv-  wbich will be surren-  of the Mississippi  squadron.  KttllOPEAN JCEW8.   '  European dates are to June Oth. The London 'Times' says there is nothing in the Alabama affairs which need cause any apprehen-  THE   MIHEBS9   HOME  S. T. WILCOX, Pnor.  THIS "RSTABLISHMENT WILL BE OYKSEX) ONr  MONDAY NEXT, the 19th Inst., for the reo*pUnn  of Boarders. The house has been neatly fitted up and  will be found a comfortable home by miners.  JtSST-.Lodgings FREE.   Board tie per week,   Single  Meal* $1 50.    Moals supplied to night hands. 3  J.   K,   SUTER  Hae Instructions to sell the following valuable  -claims, viz:  1 14 interests in "Sago Miller" Co'y, Lowhee  Creek���������  1-2   .do     .    4'Brown'?        do do  '<P^ovidcnco,' do , Watsons Gulch;  '������������������Forrest Rose" Co'y, Williams Creat,  1-2  1-2  1-3.  12  1-4  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  "Nevada"  uHrtrkorn  "Coniish" .  ���������'Garibaldi11  "Cb:ilb.'nge"  "Hood"  d������ do  do do  do do  do do  do ConkUns O^lsh  do do  Also, a few shares in .the various Bed Rock Flume Co'ys  AH kinds of business,connected with mining promoily and carefully attended to.  SfiT OOlce���������R1CHFIEL1"), near the Court House.    2  drifting.-The  Wateon company are  go t tin j  w?v or another, the-tualter taa? rroonbe bro't  CONCORD SPRIKCt WAGGON, capable of geatia?  nine passengers, besides carrying baggago.  .   ALSO,  jo Aiixerioan Hora&sl with mi of double  i?ak\    x\pplv at ibis uftic*, or to  Mli. SHAW,  St?i������'h*������ ?Uncij. U'ti'tii^ovd.  TOTOw^aoawwaeaaa feTHE CARIBOO SENTINEL  B^^BgyiLLB;- SATORDAXjJULYli^S  COLONIAL  HOTEL  A������D  T������ the Edit or\ of. thb v" Cariboo SEimkEL.,,  ::; J .SiBirrrlt is a well known fact that the hu-  1 tnan aslwell as the canine Taee is endowed  with a strong propensity for growling, buti,  , ,1 eir, I cjertainly think that you; as^well as ydtir  ']v  ��������� ,coif eBpondeat-^Caribo^^oneer/? bayb been  t -^,;' indulging that; propensity totoo^gwaf'airex-  tent in your recent attacks on the Government  /; /r regarding the appointment of; Miv Orr to the  1 i*/ command of the Columbia river prospecting  : '���������'!f    party* "'-.;& the name of common sense is there  1< no tpal grievance j to xcoznplam;; <>f ��������� without  fe J J. Sftjenetie individuals venting their wrath -^o-  " t * the Governmeh* for doing the very thing they j  'A\-: hive/been crying out for? viz: spendihg money  " ��������� io1 prospecting.    When Mr. Orr'sexpedition  , -;"': iurna. put to be a failure it would surely 'be  A V time enough to find fault with his appoint-  ������������������-11 meat, but it ia only justice^ to say Nothing of  1 /I co mm on courtesy^ * to , give him ��������� a-: chance to;  /... fibqwihis fitness before condemning him* IhjK  iv sides': what possible good can1 -arise from;'; this  ��������� senseless criticism as to the "merit* ord-em'erita  of an absent man, especially after the party  v baa started two months.   Now, sir, it seems to  me that: "Cariboo Pioneer's!'; remarks arise  cither from malice or-envy (perhaps he \i������  ; disappointed at not gettinglthe;appointment  ;   himself J^and, I should.not have deemed them  \ vfoithy of notice had they not: eontained what  ' I do not hesitate to : designateidowririgh^  ,pable^falsehoods.-    He accuses jMnTOrr of  "   'haying been during' his seat in the Legislative  ��������� Coijiicil Va weak iand. cringing tool of theI  powers that)}*," ah asseriion which not ieven j  "one of bis bitterest opponents ventured to  i make at i the election last year;- and which.tho  ... Legislative recdrds^will prove. to: be entirely  and unequivocally false, a! fact  of which  ���������'Pioneer^must be well aware, while I think  the less he, says' about the manner J n which  the eleotibn was conducted the better. * With  regard to Mr. Orr's .qualuicationB,-in spite  of. all that ^Pioneer "states 1 for one; as well  as a large numbers of miners to whom I have  AJoheii speaking on the subject, consider that  gentleman;eminently adapted to be at the head  x������fan expedition like; the present, much inore  eo than many of the great explorers* arid pion-  .  eers.we hear,so much fulsome twaddle about;  'but j some parties would have U3 believe that  . any prospecting party must prove/a failure in  which Georg Weaver, Billy ^arker/.'Pancing,  J>\ 11, Pave,. Potts, Dirty-facedC; P^te; ^cl^jpf  ;.Ciu|)s,;br Bonio other Caribpol^i^t'OTe^Jii^p^  engaged, though to judge frdm Jtheir^present  standing it does not seem that; any 16f v.these  celebrated individuals have shown aniy great  ability or talent in-that lineP1' To Conduct .a  party through 'an imexplored region a clear  head as well as a good constitution is required;  both of which I know Mr. Orr to possess, there  me lew better travellers in Canfeob;;^  is,%hile during that"' Similkmeenvcanipaig-uv  which ^Pioneer" speaks of so Biigfitingly, So  packed his grub and blankets oyer mountain  as high and through as> rough; a counti-ylaB  any likely to be met with in the present expe^  <]ition. , "Pioneer": rhust know very little of  ,,v^MkiiQ*T;8antecedents or else* he;wilfully per?;  verts the truth when he averkithaVhe hal/nev-  vv worked as a miner excepts with a rocker  on Similkamen, now I,. as_ well las your vera-  cipus cprrcspondent, have been in the coldny-  Bihce the fall of ,'58 without ever having during  the intervening period been out of its bound-  aries^^dl-probably Ikhpw  in friers and traders~ pf note as he does,' and I  k no wfurther.'*&at - Mr, .Orr worked hard, minv  in g'oivlFfascr river in '5 9j,that fie was one of  tiiorfirst ;tp cross Manspns aiid DeermpuntainB  in^fiO^np^casy-iask either at thartime) to the  Simi 1 kameeu where he worked driring the sea-  sons of ?(K) and part of ^01,.that he came to  Cariboo ^early,.in '$2, which at 4he furthest  cou id only have been one season later than  "Pioneer" himself, that he worked all that  pummer on Antler creek, and during the fall  '���������of-������62 and spring of 763 on this preek, and I  think)any one but a natural born fool might  certainly pick up some- little practical experience in that tune. '  ,  .       1..  Lhave ]ittie doubt tb at IMr. Orr?s apppint-  m'ent is very4 distasteful to all who wish to see The Oldest  this, colony still kept iii leading strings by  Victoria speculators, but I think it is favorably lop kod on by all; who have the true welfare of British Cohunbia at heart; and I think  also thai if the.past honest applicatipn to the  interests, of the. community, combined wiih  energy; capability, and six years. experien ce  in the colony qualify any one for the position;  the Executive could not.have made a better  fei'iection.* i        Your obd'i servant,       IK  ' . ���������       -...-���������, ';.. .    <    Anti-Growler.  Williams Creek, 28th June, 1865.  RESTAURANT,  CAMERONTON.  Oppenheimer & Co.,  j'^i'.'i- *������*���������  THE *bov������ farorablv known Eetablishraeot, nndor  th������ auporintendance of MADAME JAMES  JAMES^its proprietrefiff, has Juat,beeit opened to the  public. Ttie Hotel iis fitted up in the most comfortable  style, and tho Restaurant Is supplied with all the delicacies tho market affordg. A FIRST CLASS COOK has  been secured.  ���������',.���������.;\.������������������_���������:��������� ?   :^ ..;....;  The choioeet brands of liquors and Cigars always on  hand.   A '-..%"    -    ';.,:/-.  . '��������� ' 2,..  of  PXT It I C K    KIR WI Nf  - PROPRIETOR;  This Saloon is fitted up in FIRST CLASS  Y:'p. A^y     ?  STYLE, with  PlieUn's Billiard Tables I  ^^TheBARiseu^  TilQUOBS which can be procured, 11  BARKERyiLLE, Williams Cbeek, \; A  ..."..'.  ''..���������   . ;  ; ,,..���������: ',..--������������������; / -';' ��������������������������� -r%''....  Have on hand a large stock of the following  , goods just onivod,; which, they will sell at the  Lowest Market iRates, via;>   y r,-.,s  GROCERIES, (inc!uding^Flckle8,  Jama,  all kin  ;. Sauces, ic.%),. ..;:: ���������������������������'������������������:. ;���������. _ -''?\j;"������������������'; ���������' -:f; :>  -rvlv'-PROVISIONS^;. 7.':;."\..1:"   "l!'��������� ^'^-' 2". "V": "V:^' ^'V  , HABDWARE,;CROCKER^ ":'[- '/><'  'I;1-;' LIQUORS^'WH$-':;/* ll'l/'V.!:.. [ 1'j  ������������������/. ;i;;;.sEGARs,:TOBAcca>^.^;-^i. I,--/.  /y  ;ST,^f^R,T,:.CLf>^  ���������A/y ��������� A/- ' ������������������;r.;-B00^1^a^'-SaOES,'  'MINING yTE^SlLS,,lncluding.-/ ^/,!'''   .J,- "[.:���������'['  SHOVE^FORKS,  ;;; ,:���������;;'���������'/  "a. ��������� ���������. yyy' yy^}:0v(fc;jn<^yy  /..���������'    ':.a: /aa . :Cjy rxyy,r$$^-&**'^  #&* Particular attoatlon la. called; to .cor floo etocfe  1 'BarKerVille, 12th" June, 1865-1 \;������������������ /-.��������� a ������������������������-, *       f- :12  :s;  .^i^.r-....  GAMiKONTON.  ^Ste  Wholesale & Retail Merchants i Deai^,  Xtiquors. 1 Provisions,   Groceries, qLl/Z  I (.,, ^rdware^MedicUies, Drugs ^IMlnirg^^J  j^^he cheapest prices on Mebt^g   j  ; Has on/faaJDtd a FULL and O0MPLETK iSSoriT  MENTof  .^i;..'',,:; "."RICHFIELD.-."���������   ��������� ,;;*- . = --  JAMES   F.   GUERIN,  ; . ^PROPRIETOR;; *  "THIS HOTEL contains 18 Bed Rooms, which are  X- fitted up in the beat stylo for tho comfort and convenience of gueets, '  lie Bar is supplied with LIQUORS and SEGARS 0/  V10 best and cboicest descripiions.  I  ;;���������--���������'   ;��������� t l which he ia 'prepairod to^sett p|  As:CHEAP.M^a^^ WiuiamB!.C^ii  Cameroiiton, June 2nd, l80eV 'A'/''/  L.; MOUTTET & CO*,  DBAXJEBS 1ST  I  V      WROLESALSANI) REI^AIL JDEALSBS W   ���������  *L.IQW'0R������'y;^l?^r;;ll:; ';*  aROGERIES;  AND  Q-eneral MerGhandize,  BARKERVILLE.        1.  RICHFIELD.  Provitsions, Hardware.; I������iqnors of the B$  -Quality, and Garden Seeds suited for this ch'nuu|  iar'^^The' CHEAPEST:OTORE onl.WiUUms Cftek.'^  RkhQ#ldl-.3. C, June 1st, 18������.    ' \ A ,|  ������  Paris and London Hotel,  RICHFIELD.  THIS HOTEL IS OPEN FOR VISITORS, and fs tnr-  nished /throughout -in tho Best Modern Style  for comfort.  ; TheiBedrwms are: clean and well keptj  v    i,.. the restaurant: v;.. ;���������  Is supplied with all tlie delicaciesi' of the season, and  >  ..y���������y-r the BARis stocked with ttie :'--T ^* J  ' "* J'"_;   PUREST lilQUQRS .ONLYw     '/.: 1  j8^������ SEG.lItS of the.fiheBt'brands on band.   ?       s 1  CAJffiRONTON.  MEKC!7A3fTS AND DBALKBS 1������  ���������    . - ��������� ������������������( ;  ��������� ���������- i'(   ." ������������������- -  Provisions,     Liquors;  And every other description of Goods reqtiir-  ed by the Mining community1.. ..,;,    :;V,->,  ��������� .-^"Koderate Terms.    ,.,  - ���������     - \ -A-** ;-.������ v?  THE SUBSGRIBEiRS. -will constantly; keep for, sale  -throughout the season a choice assortment of G-en-  ;.li >,      eral Merchandize, consisting oV - -:> -\ c- ��������� ��������� ���������  QFLOCERIES  AND  i yyA";s/T.: ;yviLcoxr:PROP. ,.���������  TRTS ' ESTABLISHMENT WILLr BE OPENED ON  MONDAY NEXT, thel9th inst., for the reception  of-Boarders. -��������� The house has been neatly fitted up and  will be found a comfortable home by miners*  i jB������f������ LodginggFREE. ; Board $18 per"week, Plngle  Meals $1 6QA Meals supplied to night hands.-  -     $  ��������� ���������;   super-wr clothing;; ������������������///[ ill".  ;Boots and Shoes; Mining and 'omsn Tooijsf  Paints,'OiLsi Varnishkj, Brushes,&c*. ',.)  The above niotto will be our guide in every particular.       \ J. H. TODD k CO. ..  Barfcerville, B.C.; June 1st, 1865;     ' ��������� .    '  N. B.���������In a few days our Spring Goods will arrive,  when we shall have a full assortment of Gum Boota  and/Ooata, Sou'-weeter Hata, Cotton puck,, Blasting  "Powder, Oregoo Hams, and Nok 1 Scotch Oatmeal.     .  HEN RY ;h,AWQM+y j  "v;-"' -. ������������������<wiMFM^y:AAA'-  Commission UiMef chant.  ���������.;-.������������������ LIQUORS SOLD WHOLESALE & RETAIL. > $  '���������\       "[.   \      .. _' ' ;ST'0'BAiG-E*^''V;'0-r;r^,^lv|  9S- Th������ best Stabling for Horses j to be found obUuJ  Creek; Hay and Oats always.on :haud; ; .   - . : j  . -ENGLISH', & VJiXyf^^  JBUTCHEES -m'^  Richfield, Barkst-vine an&.Ca^  W  %sSl  i  v^S^A lai^ ^  i^ays^on' hand at thesevcwl. stores of the flrm^dir/^  li\ms CTree's. ."-'-���������'.��������� '���������" :---v.- " 1"' a.<i'=  iy.  r F R A NCOI8   C A S 8E,    I  ��������� \ \'/^ -, t jicp^D^.j":. /+. yy  Mutton always kept on hand and supplied  ,to Mihera and Hotels at reasonable prices.  sition   to  AMD  I  1      ' .   Barkerville, cB.C, ���������-  !;     ;   1   A^ KELLY, Propsietob.  Srerytbing is done jit connection; with this eatable  meht to give satisfaction to the customers.,       :  ILL1AMS   CREEK  Bakery^    Coffee    Saloon  Where he will be glad to gee all his  cameronton:  Established Hotel  creek.  oa "Williams  RS. CAMERON begs to intimate that she has opened the Fioxkeiv Hotjcl in Cameron ton, which is  neatly fitted up with every comfort; the Bods are clean  and well kept under her own superi men dance; the  Bar is well stocked with the finest LIQUORS; and the  Restaurant will be supplied with every delicacy. An  efficient Cook engaged.. . ,  ; From the long experience Mrsl Cameron has bad in  Hotel keeping on Williams Creek, and the large patronage formerly bestowed upon her house, she will leave  nothing wanting in her new Hotel to ensure the support and patronage of her old friends. '  .������g- Hot and Gold Suppers to be had at all hours!  TNTKRNATinNAi. Pou.vjhng.���������It is calculated that a  shot whic',*" will do any good against���������that is to say, ftny  hum to���������aii iron-cPul, must cost about twenty pounds  This fact should'ocoaBioa a change iu the nomenclature  of pitiuery, ko that when a shot is called a twenty-  jMunuvr liiai denomination shall bo taken to mean  t vvoiity pounds sterling. ���������'l'uncb.'.  ##" Li'-utenant Dougherty who Jed the party cap-,  tvulng 'jboth  (J >\';������n<Al Of  Hequest my Friends and acquaiiitanoee  to recollect that I have always been and am still  opposed to Monopoly, I thank them for their past  liberal patronage and solicit a continuance of it,    :  ,  :^Iam always prepared to sell CHEAPER than  anybody else.  H. EDWARDS,  ,  MERCHANT, Bar&eryiUe.  Cameroxto^, Williams Cubek, B. C.  AND  : I  BARKERVILLE,  G. MILLER & CO..  PROPRIETORS.  ip^ Meals Ready at all houre.  AND  tUUUU.K      *<V������L41il.������V 1 \.J      ������������ *JV       )l.U    I'll-       JJ.tJ V V        \,\l\>* .  b, has b������5un commipsioned a Captnin by the*  Xow toi'iz. to wbich State he belong;?.*        J  EXPaeSS   FREIGHT.  THE RATES FOR FREIGHT by the Stage from Yale  to Richfield will bo  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS,  LIQUORS.  SPJGARS,  TOBACCO,  HARDWARE,  CROCKERY,  MINING UTENSILS,  , STATIONERY,  ' CLOTHING,  BOOTS & SHOES,  DRY GOODS, &c, &c  Circulating  Library  IS NOW OPKN, having rocoived the largest etocfc  of NOVELS evor imported on the creek, they com-  T?rise all the works of Modem Authors ��������� We have al^>  u^eivctlfa^ooo of tho finest braaUsof Havana Oi-  fars, ever Imported on the creek; also, Chewing a*ad  moking Tobacco, together with a fine lot of Perfumery, Brusbes, Pen Knives, &c������ A large variety of  ITno Meershatim Pipes. Wax Matches at 76 eta. perdo?.  BEN IJCHTRNfrTEIN,  8 Manager.  5 to 25 lbs.  26 tn 100 lbs  over 100 it,*  Throsgb  $1,00 H lb  90 V ft  75 $.ft  IN    TZX  r. j.  BARNARD;  j^^ Goods bought at my Store will be delivered FREE OF CARRIAGE to all portions  of Williams Creek.  S. ELSASSER,  IF you wish to be CURED of diseases of every kind,  without the aid of Mercury, call on Dr. i5iddali,  either at bis ofllce, Caneronton, or his rasidence, Mary**  ville, Williams Creek.  INWARD,  BLACKSMITH, MACHINIST AND Manufacturer op Cooking Ranciks,  barkerville, b. c. SUPPLEMENT   to  . r ���������  -1������- ������������������  Creek, British Columbia, Saturday, July 1,1865.  m  Ma  ma  liSKERVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 1, '65  mm  ���������*>  IPv  SITTINGS IN BANKRUPTCY,  ii&  Ri*  %  il  nt,  (Before the Hon; Mr. Justice Begble,) r  Wednesday, June 28th, 1865.   honor llr. Justice Begbiei sat in the  jfcSMpSdf Bankruptcy, for the Cariboo District,  i^S^dnesday last   -Tho following business  ^^P^PAleiander Campbell, a bankrupt.���������This  1 ;,|lw}^^. meeting for declaring a dividend.   The  ^it^famaunt of debts proved was ������5259 90,  llp^tette assets handedinto court by the'Trade  \i^jpiee amDUrited.'to'j($70"3;* which'was avaii-  ^^i',ati^|fqr>dividend.;: His honor declared a  iflfifaehd of 13 cents to the:-dollar.  ?|^i|phoniav8':I������wyn:: (late Gold Commission-  s ������r)|M>ankrupt.--Thi8 wasth* next case. The  j^^^pl of. debts. proved ��������� was $10,300.: The  l|^iE|pffibdged-in; court by Mxv Charles Hankin;  ppSfe^LSsigne^ .ca'me to'"$2200. "'"The s'uni of  "^^^������rleaving $1448 to be divided.    His  die.'    This ended a protracted sitting of the  court.-" *'  The Chlaf CpnimisBipiier narrowly scrutinized every account and claim presented in  each' case; and we must congratulate creditors  in haying' in his Honor a keen guardian of  their interests, a** well as a most economical  administrator of[ the funds of the court.  S^^^eclared; a first dividend of 11 cents to  :^^w|p[ollar;: it was understood that more assets  i"' I^^kR ^oreafter ���������. be iavailable towards a fur-  -��������� /.i^^^pividend/ ��������� A ciakn of.Dr, Henry Feth-  ';���������'��������� ^W^e,iof ���������Lill6oet;:;for,}$1448 was put in for  ^ft'yi^^at time at this meeting and allowed. It  ;,'|^������^^red. ;that -the amount received- by the.  "^IW^������^Pfc ft?** Fetherstone was only a trifle  -l^P^p$700, on -a promissory note, in which it  ���������^^^"^Iftted; that the rate to becnarged for  |Sth^������a was.. 5 per ceut. per month coin:  Ifl^o^pnteresttitrtU pate: ��������� The principal aiid  l|W|^ii^e^e^:>re came' -to the amount stated  t;|a]b^5^f" His honor characterised the conduct  :b^������8jth lender/and.,borrower as extremely  >J$$l$m9*. It would.b& better for the:lender  ^H^^js parted with his money for one per; cent.'  ?i||n5^obd security than to run the risk which  le'dld of -'losing'it* altogether/  ���������k t;^|M. C. Davies.���������The bankrupt in this case  ���������pivjl'jjftcker, and the amount of debts proved  .���������^jNHj'SS.'-'/ The assets -'realized $252 20, ioiit  i||^y|������Dhi his honor declared a "first dividend  ,;^>f J^Jcents to the dollar. When a house and  '5^1p^u^gk������d in Barkerville, and occupied by  .-/fiH*i?jfg^0|s������,''' are sold, more than sufficient assets will-be forthcoming to meet the amount  ':pr6*fedfagainst the estate. It was stated; in  ���������co^iri- ;,hat only a small number of the cred-  . ^*lpiS|||fein their claims; ��������� *  Sll^lftliam Hennes, a bankrupt.���������This was  [A&������M^������g fbr choice of assignee;    There be-  .iagiio,appearance the case wss postponed  ^ffie|$i������i^ ��������� :-"A-       ���������:/".;  .:;f|l|^ip^vid Sires,: a ."bankrupt.���������TMa wa������ a  llllllp^ for auditing the Trade Assignees ac-  ^o$pa|'   The amount of assets returned into  ourt was $268 75, and the liabilities proved  i|JlSSi|H51.10..   The amount paid in will en-  ||abp|t|e Chief Commissioner to declare a di-  i|������^iS|of 17 cents to the dollar.    An order  j|i||p|������Sde authorising Mr. Lee to sell a house  ^fi^ging to the bankrupt after giving pro-  l/tpflffi&tice. .;���������":���������'.*;  ! f ������������������' ; COUNTY COURT.  <���������)���������?' '"' (Before W, 5C. Cox, Esq.)  Monday, 26th June, 1865.  The following cases, which were for small  sums, were decided in favor of plaintiffs, the  defendants not appearing: Strouss vs. Stanley,  ������trbusii������y8. Bennett, Reid.vs. Guerrin.  "THE 'CARIBOO SENTINEL"  THK BANK OF  Cards, Bill Heads,i Circulars, Posters -and  Programmes for Balls iand Theatrical'������������������'"'  y Entertainments,  Executed with. Neatness and Dispatch at this Office.  &&��������� Terms Moderate. *Sa  f 'Cariboo Sentinel* 'Office,    1  Bftrkerville,   Williams Creek, j   . .;  lied  !lsl������.  ^^PPlHamWinBard, abank:rapt~Mr. Lee,  ���������MfS^f Assignee, returned $45 into court,  .^^iJMt-^hole- amount of assets collected;  X  ii-  P.  of  z,  f , 0 . proved amounted to $3500. His  Ijic^i^m^uirecl if there were any more assets  fprt&c^iaing? Mr. Lee replied that the work-  soi:t^l?:pniy were left.    JHis honor aaid he  l?M������g?i#n the use of them to the bankrupt,  %nd>*w.i8fteid to know what the creditors desir-  ���������/^^���������^riS^.'done regarding them.   Mr. Boas and  ���������other;tlteditors present replied that they were  perfe|tiy willing to let the bankrupt keep  themMd give him a receipt in full..  The ac-  <<e^iKbf the Traie Assignee were passed  jiSpiitrappeared that a cent in the dollar would  ���������t^!������|$after distributed.  ~ gp^Tan Bohlan & Lowe.���������Mr. Hamburger.  "^I|^|ade Assignee, presented his accounts  ioriiauditing. As. the Chief Commissioner re-  ^i'rld a more detailed statement to be fur-  '^jS|^;; thei' case "was postponed to Monday  ^xii?V Mr. Walker made an application to  ;hav|jfte proceeds of the sale, of an interest  t|^f|lltura3 claim on Stouts Gulch paid in*  feepp for the present by Mr, Henderson,  m^rbther of Mr3. Lowe, who held the claim  l^^^^feof one of the bankrupts. His  flhl^paid that in the absence'of notice to  M&:Ii9nderson, he could not make an order,  but the matter could be. enquired into by the  Trade Assignee and his counsel before Mon-  ^ftyjB.ext'    .  /: .;���������%��������� j, X>. Cusheon, a b&nkrupi���������There being  ^/iapytf.ftrance the case was adjourned 'sme  ������������������;;.   LIMITED LIABILITY.  After the grevious hardships Buffered by in-  viduals last year in foeing held liable for the  debts of companies with which they were connected, a great outcry was made for a law to  limit the responsibility of partners ia.mining  companies. The. Legislature very- wisely  passed ari" ordiisnce"last" winter���������'to- iremedy ���������  such-an unsatisfactory state of the law, but  to our astonishment very few coinpa*aies have  taken advantage of its provisions to "^rotect  their shareholders. We confess we are at a  loss; to understand the reason, as there is  scarcely any cost attached to the proceedings  which are necessary in fulfulling the requirements of the law. The following are the prp-  visions of the Act referred to:  " T9. Aiiy mlaing company, composed 6f two or more  free Miners, may limit the liabilities of Its members,  upon complying with tho requirements following, that  is to"say.;-*:'"' *-." ". \' -'���������   ,'. '* '���������      :"'  UponilliagwiththeOoid Commissioner of the.Dlstria  a declaratory statement-containing, the name of the  company, thearea of the ground claimed, the location  of the claim; and^ the/particular Interest of each member  of the company; and ailso placing upon a conspicuous  part of the claim, in-large letters, the name of the coin-  panyji followed by the word "Registered*'' After such  conditions hav? beencomplied wi th, no mem ber of such  company shall be liable for any indebtedness accruing  thereafter exceeding an amount proportioned to hisln-  tetest in the company.  80. No person shall locate, purchase, hold, or enjoy  less than, one-fourth of one full interest of one hundred  feet in'any company soi constituted.  81. All companies *o constituted shaU keep a correct  account of i its assets and liabilities, together with the  names of the share-holders and the interest held by each  and shall make out a monthly balance sheet, showing  the names of the creditors and the amounts due to each,  and filo the same aiaong the papers of the company,  and such, balance sheet and all books of the company  shall be open tbitheiinspection of creditors of the company at all reasonable hours.  82. No member of such company shall, after a bill  of sale "convoying his interest, or some portion thereof,  has been duly recorded, or after notices of abandon-  meat in writing of bis Interest shall have beenleft with  the foreman of the-company and the Gold Commissioner, be liable for anylndebtednea of the company accruing thereafter.  831 No.such com-pany shall declare any dividend until all liabijities due shall have been paid.  84. Ndauca company shall be liable for any indebted-  nesi contracted by any member thereof, other than Its  foreman or agent duly authorised.   ..  8$, If any such ���������company fail to comply with any of  the foregoing provisions, such company shall be liable  to a fine of not less than five pounds nor more than  twenty.flvo pounds.  M. The Gold Commissioner, in each Min^g"District  shall keep a book delusively for the purpose in which  he shall record &U declaratory statements filed in his  office, and another book in which he shall record all  notices of abandonment.  S*r. Thero shall bepaid to the Gold Commissioner,  for the use of Her "Majesty,'upon the filing of each declaratory statement, tbe #um of ten shillings; and upon the filing of each notice of abandonment the sum of  four shillings, and no more.  88. All other matters not herein provided for, shall,  as far as is practicable, be governed by tho provisions  of the "Mining Joint Stock Companies Act, 1864 ;"* but  nothing in;the nine preceding sections contained shall  be.construed so as to repeal or vary any of the prior or  subsequent sections of this Ordinance.  89. In the Case of any Mining Joint Stock Company  duly registered in this Colony; under the provisions of  the -"Mining Joint Stock Companies Act, 18#4," and not  under this Ordinance, every shareholder of such company, though not a free miner, shall be entitled to buy  sell, hoid.qr dispose of any mining shares therein, anything to the contrary notwithstanding herein contained.  READING    ROOM  Circulating   Library!  CAMERONTON. WILLIAMS CHKBK..  THB TERMS OF SUSCRIPTION ha ve been rsducsd to  $2 per month; above 100 volomea of New Works  have been only lately added to the circulating Library,  Parties are solicited to subscrlbo. ���������' v .������'.������������������.-.:. r,  a    . .,'_ .....; JOHN BOWRON, Librarian.  ���������;  JBEQO & CO., Commission Agents, Vlo-  ������ toria, V, I. Cariboo Merchants, Mining Companies, and individuals requiring supplies of Provisions an4  other Goods from Victoria, are hereby informed that we  will.purchas*i-������upplitjs at-Auclioh and otherwise on tiie  best of terms at 10: per cent, Cominissibh, including  chargea,<if^ipm������ut.aivXir.tQria^JKhfirk^  required to.be forwarded to our address.; Freight con-,  tracted through to Cariboo at the lowest rates for.cus*  tomers. Cariboo references-���������James^ummings, 'Ayr-  shire Lass' and ^Prince of Whales5'claims, and Charlea  McHardy, 'Salt Spring I?land Co^ Grouse Creek.     1  SERGRANT McMURPHY, Proper. '  THE ACCOMMODATION which this House affords tb  travelers cannot be surpassed j the Table Is well  supplied with the best ihe market affords, and the Bar,  is.stocked with the Purest Liquors ;. Beds, Stabling,  Hiyand Oats. "'.';   -..  :.'...  '������  93 MILEJIpXTSE.  ���������   .."���������: WALTERS���������:BRd^;-:.-:'^.-^:-v"  HAVU OPENED THE ABOVE HOUSE for the reception of travelers; the Table is well kept and the  Liquors cannot be surpassed: the Beds are clean and  comfortable; Stabling for Horses ; Hay;and Oats at  moderate rates,     i .i'*'^ '��������������� "���������,;:���������;  BLAIR BROS., Proprietors.  THIS HOTEL IS LARGB AND WELL FITTED VP  for the comfort of travelers; the Table is supplied  with the best of everything that can be had, and the  cooking is not inferior to the best hotel in *he lower  country; Bedrooms for families-Stabling, Hay, and  Oats. The Stage stops at the 111 Mile House over night  on its way down country. a  COLONIAL RESTAURANT,  QUESNEL   MOUTH,  P. L. JOHNSON, Propriktou,  Meals at all hours, and Cooking of tbe beet  description. *  fcworpo-rated by Royal Chartear.  IN 1 J,600, SHARKS,   OF $100 EACE, ; ^ ''  WiUi Power io Istoreasa.  BRANCHE^& A GENT S i  IN.VAN'CbUVHR ISLAIf^:    ���������,?,;  VICTORIA--Bank of British Columbi������;  NAN AIM O���������Ban's of British Columbia;  IN BRITISH COLUMBIA ;���������;,.  JfKW "WESTMINSTER���������Banlc of British WwabM; ���������-.:'"  Y ALB���������Bank of ..British Columbia; ,  MOUTH QUKSNEL^Bant of British ColumU-aVi    o  ;   IN THE UNITED STATi^,   v  SAN FRANCJSCO^-Barilcof BritishOolumbi^;i.":'.".'    ;.  PORTLAND,.ORSGON���������Bank of British |>i������iuki������;  / i: ���������  ������������������������������������;: ,'i, A\ IN CANADA, ;���������"', //<//��������� Ir'  .;"���������' BANk;O.F':'MOKTRiAt;';;i:-:  ���������'��������� BRANCHES ft ��������� Ag^CIES:.):. [Af'jA^ '  M^atr^ai, Toronto, (^ebecV/Hftm  ������too, Cobourg, \ Belleville, .Brantford,- BM<fe:  e,*miab.VrP(iterb.0ir������^0Mxwa^O9^    :.,l -7.  (k>d������riob, Si ratford, Plctbn, Perth,  Slracbe, St. Catherines;���������>:��������� .,'������������������';   ;...  ;i��������� AM  ENGLAND, ��������� \J   ;,:/'A ';  rBaiakof British ailumbia-^eo L������ahaT4 fi*;.  LONDON-  CtTRRENT J ACCOUNTS opened Cor 'any.'aBHwat xh*  lass than One Hundred Dollars;..         .    >  '- -Bills Discounted snd Collected; and Bills oTKkehaft**.  on Great Britain, 'S*a?Francisco and New vi^rlc- ^Hr-  ciiased,^ ./_.,-, \- ��������� ��������� ���������'. .  Drafts issued on all the.Branches and Agendoa.   ,  Gov<?rnment and other; Securities received for ������*?���������������,  custody; Interests and Dividends colWcted. ', v  Rooeived en Deposit,; or Advances, caade npeo. tfeeaa.  ",' .Camerontoni'^illlam8.CYeokv-:i;7:i^:.j.i^  VAN WINKLE, CARIBOO WEST.  HB above splendid Hotel is now opsn fbr the public,  i the proprietor having taken great pains through ttoo  winter to make it the most superior bouse in Carlbeo.  Good accommodations, with" suits of rooms for Wai^a  or private parties.   Attached, to this Hotel to ������ "  ���������"'.   'First Class Rj^aurajst ' & Bin, ���������' ':  whore can be obtained the most choice brands of fftae*,  Liquors, Cigars, &c.      ������������������." = ���������:'.���������'������������������ ��������� -  ���������'  .   ���������    N. L. MoCayrsstT, Pro^rietOf.  QUKSNSL   MOUTH,  .  BROWN & GILLIS, Propribtors,  Good Beds; Restaurant; Billiard Table,  Stabling for Horses, Hay and O&ts.       :  &C.  CLINTON CITY.  francois"Thapsr6!?,  Baker and General Store Kbbper.  *S*An ingenious contrivance has been invented by  a Mr. Adolphe B*a!\ to prevent robborioa from iron  safes er other depositorie *f property. It consists of  an elecrtical apparatus, which, by tbe ordinary system  of telegraphic street wires, can bo placed in communication with the nearest police station, and whicb, on  the slightest attempt to tamper with any part of tbe  safe, will sound an alarm, and not only imform the police that a robbery is in progress, but acquaint them  by means of a number, with the precise safe that is being attacked.  Throwing 4,3^^,^^ short time ago Thomas Rice,  tho one-haaded Canadian, was backed by a gcntluman  in Airdrle to throw tho 61b. ball a distance of 255 feet,  and a Glasgow bootmaker laid against the distance beins:  done ior $500 a side. The match came off on the Airdrie  Racecourse on S&turday������la8t,when Rice landed his back-  ers with two foot one inch to spare, having tferowu the  ball the unparalleled <iisi*sc* of 36T fe*t en* inch.���������  O!9egs>w Xf *!J.      .  KWONG LEE & CO.,  COMMISSION MERCHANTS,  Importers and Dealers in CHINESE GOODS, Rice, Sugar, T������a, Provisions.  .QUESNKL   MOUTH. 8  WBOLESALB AND RETAIL PROVISION AND OBNS*  RAL MERCHANT,  Boots, Shoes, Tinware, Sto.  QUKSNEL MOUTH. s  GiROD & GUICHON,  OLD   E3TABLISHBD   GSHSBJtt.   SlOBB,  PROVISIONS, WHOLESALE &  COMMIT  SION MERCHANTS,  Storage* <5ce..-Terms most Moderate.  OUESNKL MOLTH. s  Moses' Hair Invigpratpr,  To prevent Baldness, Restore Hair that lifts  fallen off or become thin, and to cure effeetuaHy  Scurf or Dandruif.  GUAKjUfTEBS -pOP R8ST0RATION Of UaTSS. IJf OSS Wa������SJT.  FOR THE TOILET���������-This Invigorator is made p^rtte-.  ularly for Ladies after illness to bo used with the oil  prepared by the proprietor. First saturate the he*a  with the loyigorator; rub well with a hard brush; thas  oil. It will also relieve, the headache, and give the ha$r  a darker glossy color, and the free use of it will \Z**p  both the skin and hair in a healthy state. Ladles wiii  find tho Invigorator a great addition to toilot both tn  consideration of its deliciite and agreeable perfume aai  the great facility it affords in dressing the hair, whk&  when moist with it can be dressed in i any requir**  form so as to preserve its place, whether plain 6r fcfe  curls.. When used on children'sfneada, it lays the tmn  dation for a good head of hair. ���������... ,/ 1.��������� '��������� ���������������������������  .   Prepared only by  W. D.  M062S,  Barkerville, next door to Madame Becdix*&>i.  FOR^SALE.  A BOARDING HOUSE,  Sitaat'a in Cameron ton, Williams Creek, whicb ta w>0  fitted np and in full working order.   Apply to  MRS. S, SDWAR0S  rigma  HOT  FORT YALE HOTEL,  Kelley & Lane, Proprietors,  GOOD BEDS, Good Accommodation and the Best of  Liquors at tbe Bar; Stabling for Horsos, &c.       a  \               LENEVUE a CO.,  Wholesale &  YALE, BRITISH COLUMBIA  Hay and Grain ���������* Lowest .lUtet ���������  Qmi ������ft3?������&g  Orattq to pirUes b57,1ns F*wt. s  PIES of the best description ������np"plled tQp&t-.  ties at their own residences at  TWENTY-FIVE CENTS EACH.  New Westminster, British Columbia^  BtsssRS. Grull-et Bkothsrb,      -      -      ProprtetcTf-.  W. D. MOSES.  If to*cb Hair ia falling and becoming thiv,  call and have it  RESTORED tofore you ere bald headed.  W.  D. MOSES,    i  2 Barkerville, Williams Creek.  F. V. LEE,  Auotionear,  Hining AgonU aji4 CcIl#ot������r,  WCHPIELD.  $Gfr- All A^nev Bnalness aucnied ta4  ������otm;w m. jmiMtaxa WHMWW8aBgKg i;,
si
wa��i��Hi��wMii��^^
TffIieiElBO0:��lHTIHEL
#AI^ERVILLE, SA1UKDAY, JULX 1, ^
:   r ���"���&-.���I. ��� '   "���..*���'""-��� ��� 'f"v'"'.���;,   ���   ;' ~~���~; r- ~^-��
65
POSTAL MATTERS.
planted lu the outskirts of tho mining community,1 and the only poet office lirast needs
be yiraia easy[r sketch of their over-wrought
anzt!   i How wmild the good people of New
i Westminster; reel if their post office; w&b at the
1 camp aiid:they had to go there for letters or
p ay exactly d pub lei the am o ant for ih a t distance that is charged from there to within two
or three miles of the Cariboo; raining com-
'*muriity?''-''-'.':-J--���'���-'"���'';'.:.''���'"���' -:'���'[-A     ,;-:    A'.
Hoping, sir,:you will do your endeavor. to
right ��� this -wrongs-   l^;-;-;I.a*ra|&c.>-.
bV(��g4iUot9f im?5or.;the:inSaenee of excessive !���;.v'^VA.:--A:&A'A? ���������/���    ^ivi-0* Wr ������ -���': ''$"'
" i^o txb Editor "or the " OaIiboo SfeSm^u"
Sriy���You have dotxbtless;m- your editorial
���fTupenenc.e met with mahyjnstances in which
If^ech^rieterS of worthy^pujjlic eervaiits'have
m ffered from the unmerited 1 attacks of scrib-
All
J.SK.  SUTEf^   :
lilSl^G AGENT A|to BROKER;
/p\: "l:A'.' ��� y.RicngtoB.l.  . ' fl\ ������'
kinds of Agency! Business attended tor
Oittce opposite;the;Paris and London Hotel.
THE BANKvOJ?1^ \
British   Hoii^ffi JMMfai
.  Koaxi: more, ,: .-., ; ...
fi EOPJ3-E ' LANGtrOIt^T^" (Several  ttofifc Yn
XX GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,. &.c. ,��� Fort^Hope, B.-C;
r much doubt your|    [There is no blame whatever to be attachv
aisgracefurond men-; b:i. & ;&,; oti^ Weit nreseht^
position.^Eb:]
^il&^y secretion, ��� or; fro m so me more discred
%iublci cause, but- 1 very
A^tx^
y da c urns abuse or th atv grea t bul w ark ot i me- .     . v     :' '* ��� I    ��>     >���
C^l^^jiblic press, than ia ihe:followilg ln*thc P<��t:.office, trom
In the *��rity^
^ ppedred tw6' letters, one sighed Wic tinsJ;
:; and the^ other l-^Ihcj ex; ''it is-,? however, with
4 & firs?that-Xln&.y^ pnn'c-ipal ly to deal," arid
shall coii fi'iib :<��� m y sef f to the imp nd e u i. misre-1
;. lpmentat4ons 'tf6iitehi.^ili<fecJtii*;''/;
���[A .:��������� The whole' pom tip n; will - be better under:
stood^ by^ayin�� * tlie- fitcfe of ihe casp before
tfro^ufeKfc f$0' begin ; withy II will 'just state
;-that - Qul^-^tesefltl.-fespebfecl*!postmaster riot
'OBly^Binted^pSi: BarkerviHe; jaVtae best^'site
iCKSS HOTEL, Lytto.y. �� quake, .New: WESTihxsxER,���
B.C., PBtLU* Hickb,;" Proprietor, '" i The' a bo Ve Jay:'
Hr5E
orahiy k Down house is now open to the public; the Bar
is constantly supplied with the choice* brands -of
Liquors and Segars.,  ...,' *., ���?i,���,,..-:...-���; ��� ��� .'>-.:���--   1 ;v-a "'1
EsTAatisaw) in 1836. ;:.Ij<cokp<��iat2k> by ^
' ;. A:    ''CBAETWL-fr f:        *
*L
Paid"ttr> Cte^lt^fcir""--''.'
XJn<Hyide<i Net Profits,
present for remoy-
itsforaer central
HENItY BDISBOdK7;-1WMx&c^&^::'lrfirL-
warding and Commissioa'Merctiaat; .dealeriin Provisions, Feed, &c.,., .Bonded Etpnige-for-1000 tons of
fJo'oda in Stone Fireproof \VHroh6ul30.^1^6u3,Forw:Rrd.
cd up country, and every- t^homniqrtau^^^
ids loading or discharging ati the TJiverpooL' or * upper
j wharf.    New.%yostminster, British Columbia. s    {
���tonW
v600,00fe
? Hkad-Or-ricE; 7, ST. HELENS PLACE .LOSDOjj 1
yA.^A~.:, ..^EST^^SHME-JiTC^ /i
'Sit' lFnAXttco^:.JZ :Qra itf 4 wfs? ESherlanK�� I
NswyYOSLK-tWalter:" Wateo&< &;.Tames Smith/AgS^
Montreal^; ���> "Quebec;'v ���''"T6rouUV-Tsn^i1Ln,; |
Kingston-;:r-London^C.w; Brautford: HaW��!jJM
:   --Cj. ! :?St.Johns,;^.B.;; Victoria, V.f*
^5r the rider*office, .but opposed, aslfar as he
, *oul^ijfcjs subsequentrehloval; thiife the^estab-
: \\p^iiS^pf^t^c^^st offices at:BarIserviUes
������/::= 1 Barkerville. June 24th, 1865.
.-������':.  To de EdItbr on be Gakiiioo t3-6NTAI*
Ps fcery sorry indee, sar, dat any oh de co
tens ob my last ;pistle s'hu'd hab hurt de feel
ins o.b any "genelman whatsoever, ? or gib him -J* ?/:
!nbyance^ de ffence: *:��u
but yer knowsiyerse for
nublik carabkers lik��/:aii:jiQ^--k���ep;rite''-:��ar up
Notice:
K. B.��� Orders irom tho upper couniry receive prompt
^ttniStjon. r ,  AUTHUR BOLLOCK, >
Opposite Ccionial Restaurant, "New; West-minster
:^;'.J--'
n^yy
, ��ifS-poieS"6%,tbbse wha ;placevtheir names on
fhelii^;aj;fe^ wjthithe un-
i ��^rftian<iihg:lthat stich additioaal charge would
A\ii made; the addUlonarr&ie4 goes entirely to
th<a branch postmaster- (as wilt  be seen by a
v-lstier from one of - tbemi-i in . your^last-isaiie^'
... aa d�� tho remuneration is - ciertainly, Jic^t ^cpmr
^raeifsura'te^wuh'' thc"J.rouble iiivotvodl;'',  '1 .^ k
im ;$o^-aay. that ��hie ;alii\Tsn^adaitiona\ on- ���& AeU
fe (where ii ^i^es^ih^' diagreeablei scramble
from quo . j) art; of l this creek t to an .other)' ��� is
.mpdii^MQ^no^one will have the hardihoods to
;; diVvyyib"^'^er^ tiiis rexpe^
ilgi^incurred-Jiie term���w gross imposit! on,7? as
-^pprcd- tb^tnE arrangement by '/Victim/7 ��� n
ia
iis^in^inoMqr>leBS^than-a gross'caliimnyl
^yictim's" malicious attempt at irony,.wh
when
^h^woifld gk'e puBlicitpto^
'���there;-is not a"rlespectal)le persx>non^ne ereek^
bcj; lie 1 miner lor; storekeeper._���-.-(hat "vrill iiot
^gree^wilii^me^fri' sayiiigf-tiiatli-^r; posteaster
^ 0ily b bliginjg: &$ d most genttfeinanlylin his
i^TOJj pner, - al-V^ayi good - tempereci and ready, to
' 5ii.commo.date^ - '   " . ��� ������' -l' ��� ..*."..
? To foliowll^Victini^vthrough.ithe^rsst of his1
i^iHpidi&s:would-ioecupy too;,;much:iof 1 your
' vaiuable spacer' and-.be throwing ��� away time
^7*o^te1^nif th^vA mucfr
"noticle;'"my" object Jiere is to feold up a creiiH
y grle ^holcould r bfeguiityiclf ,.lr^u-cihgifc^al^
iJuable^piiiAicr servaiit- to -.the; -: scorn and cpn-
vWmpihe:-"deserves. ;'
A--.'-'': '���������-':AA-^(;:::/!, A'\.;.'-.       : QkyxA  :
������-*'Williams Greekt June 27th^18051
��� ,^<J*i^&;V^^P��.,PpV,ni"B - *'"'Cariboo . S��s*ri'x��Liv
.^i'.vi.
>mi-
wid eberybody, in fac. we:-': ttbes:nt Hemp any-
ting ob de kiiie, we I;--says 5 walt'iwe ��� tink good
fqxde boys :an* if;dey^tCdere^bacfcup at
wat we gibs.for( adbice weJs beay soiTy, dey
oTugh ter know d at do: {Sental' is alus ^sp ee ted
to do liimlldobty,^. dat; isi^epl:^a weder eye..
ppenv: and; -3e> -rderit^ kho^^tt^ishea Ito^shi-ak;.
his obseration',dat him got weder eye, an? dat
it Is aliis open:s shud^dc'-^Sentay^
him ahis ��� yvillin, to ~ ���'p olergise;, ^n7 if.:! I b^luncr
in. my laa ari?> de;genelman?8ifeslinal stanin5 is
rally \ eialed r bo ve any adb ice I ofifer^why obk
cus,s 17polergises for my inserlance.
1':' I; don't tiiik, Hr. Bditerj'.'delre^iCa more motr
;ly kermooaityatf dew6rl;dan dat-pbiCaribo6,
war^solinush ob ide;;:genwiiie>j3ust'. and black
isan^Jsy^algmatea..Hn^passes ��� ^jaf;33b same^rate
ob ��� curacy,\ yet^fn dis.-same liftlel kermoonity;
war equal ty is alus sposed *to lay o n de same
roki;an?war np'Uppasti^ekeffises,deresso
foo...bright5 specmons 4^t Jinks deys Irom de
uppastreek, an^ dat^de sack^jn which deys
^qsifed'lHaihs":ndtihgjbutyblac^'san', ob coas^
alus ex.eeptip5 Iderselyesi' dey k^o^s eberytingl
���an*!, is sn^arter dan de balance^ - It:s to some
ob d^se bright specmert31;s 'bout to say a fool
words;; an' if de capl,I's "fooufcl to Jfacter fifs
any db do boys; de bes;ting dey can do is; to
ware it vvidou 11 say in- aii^rd^a^ den 1 praps
nobody but derselves:ian?^fe^ulea frlenJ wi 11
be any de wiser; at do isamp' tithe';! ketmendsl
to derolnqtis^de fbllerin^wbrds:!���"--.;.
;.y A' ;-:-vO, wad sum power de giry gib un^ ;j :.,.;...,v,.;
, ..'���,';_' To see uSrSclhe3.as.'udi3ors;see^us.^.'l; ������_.[
i (De fus ob dese[wiseakers is: iii do spirtooal
line,, -and pnghterbo ^patching up his owl soul
IfbfcM^en^^JLjneanihel^^tuLto de spirtooal
wants ob dose dat ;'?dulges inlTangle^leg an"
ro t-gu t a t tw o b i ts de drink, an' neb er op en
him mpu t; widbutl savin isonio ting lb cry wi ty���-
1 wat hiin tinks, wity, but. cberyboay eIse bery:
a ir iy;. I hab herd ob genelme n; beihr. ker m e n d-
ed to war a mustashi for de '-fii-iftyk; words to
wipe dere feet on, but neber herd Me dat
'quired one more dan him Ps speakin on, an'.
tho'. it's in my line ob. biz���it's radcr a deler-
cat order to slisit���but-1 wud eereiily like to
Bply de gent wicl a gud stout/ article ob do
kine.. But dis geneliiian, like eberybo-dy else,
hab him good .qualtys,. anJ deserbes do tanks
ob dolieddies for his volunery.. an' gratiibus
sa veses as night - watch m an durin p as win ter:
n o 'v oted lub er eber suffed .more, from cowl
wile, singeing under de winer ob his gal's
chamer ddn dis*tenable owl ciisslas winter
wile watchin like a teef for do;hoptunity to
pilfa -de fair nameob'speeable women;
I)e nex foo 'marks I 'tends to 'dress to a son
ob 61 d Mars, but weder e Jgitimate son or not
is for dem to juge dats herd hiija. yarn, ob
"akshun'in do touted fi el/' I hab red Shak-
spuses yarn ob de cuied geuelman ob Veners
dat was tried for .'lopeing wid do owlgenel-
man's darter, an' when 'fore his noble massas
towl a Meeting story 'bout'listing for dearmy
when him only seben year owl, but de hero
ob my yarn liciks dat ob Shaks.puses all to fits,
for he mus hab dun considable litem 'fore dat
age, an' mus hab tuck de fiel at live at no bery
leas calkerlashun, beside fiteirig he mus hab
undegon a pile ob gi*ief from triles by coat-
mashal, wo nee for useuping de comman' of a
'fcashment ob de army 'fore 'Bastapool an'
puscribing doses to de Rooshans dat 'sisted
materily in de fall obdatlfortessaiv forv/liich
owl Nick, de late Emprer, bas long 'countgin
him shud dey eber meet on de uder side ob
Jordan; as & fren' I adbise my hero not to
ware his medals when he croses de stream for
fear de owl genelman shud spot him.
j. had considable more to say, Jlr. Editor,
but on secon' toat will not trude more on yer
valable spas at preaen, an' specfuly begs to
'scribe myself, yoars, Dixie.
P. S.������ Exknse me,sar,butIwant.to ax you
8oToe a problem for me. If de tax ob only
two hunred dollas de month is lebied on de
XT'    M ARKS;', IV atelimaker; &1 Jew
J~i��   Yutcs. street, Victorn^'V. -I., Iteeps
s. Jeweler,
. s con-
stAntlv en hand a superior stock of Gold and
Silver WATCHES, Gold Chains,, Buckles,, Plated Ware,
Clocks, &c.; * iparticular 'attieulion- paid to; repairing
Watches and Jewelry*..>��� AlMwort wan-aatcdv ' Orders
frOBi'itbe.countryr'orohiptJy "''������������', .iUl&Ki-.,
 A: '.;"������ AGKNTSf-"   ":-   ��� '-���""������' ��Wt.
^oTLASTi^^atlonal Bank; of Scotland j. .4   ;;;, -.-...
lREtA>'�����Provincial Bank of .Ireland;,.,.
FRAWtx^Malrpuar^ . w^
AusTRALtA^-Union Bank of Austwlia;   -.. ".    '    M|
India, (Cunta *k ��*p*k���Chartered Mercantlia B*i��i ^1
j    ::i,;India, London and China. ,r     .. :^;-k'p
j.r:.DKAFfe;ISSUEu;on London, Now Tort,^Sanis,^!
ciuco, Canada, New Brunswick. NovaScotja, an��lto/^
the Branches of. the National Bank" of Scothniyll -1
ProyinciaMJank of Ireland. ".'    . ���;-..; ;:���'..;'   - Al
Bills of Exchange and Ghold'Paroha^ A��
'��� .:��� Iutercsit on Special Deposits of Money, allowed 1^ 4:3
rate of. a quarter of one per cent, per months > MiM
'���;: les&r The Bank receives' Gold Ilust and Ba rs f ot %
kcepi'tiglYv:ithout charge; "undertakes tno purchase$������ -%\
sale of Stock: the Collection.:or Bills a-ad.oilier>nift;g 1
busine3s In iue United.SidtoB and Britisbl Proviso* ��� J>
DPORSOHG--&RTJEFF;,, Commission Mer^
IO; CHANTS, Wholesale Scalers jn Grocskies and Pro^
visions, Wharf street, VictorK. '; Sm,
EBQ-ftJl ��fe AIME, Commission" Merchants;
.-Wholesale ,DeAkT5 in; Grockries A,si> ,PRovjaioa��e,
Wbarf-street-, Victona", VMncouver I^lanci.1.1: il.. 'il;,..Js .-.
LOWE BROTHERS; Co-rniiiissl02i;Merch.a;rit^
and.:Iinp6rU-r�� of:; Provisions, Groceries, Fr-nch
"Wines,; Liquor^, Havana ..Cigars,  N^vaV^iorea, Rope,:
'Canvas/ Oars,.'&cl, Wharf i'streetj..Victonav'.:��� ' lj[#'[���.[.
GovnDcST Melted and rAssayod, :and.return* au'��� j
���within 24 hours in Coin" or Ba rs. - J " ��� -, ��� :M
' Ores of "every dcipcriptloii carofullyi Assayed. -....; )A$
��� N B.���Any instructions>s,to'"the" disposal OCtbij^r.; ���'-,
oee��VB of Gold Dust^forw&rdodito tho office.in Vfc^lyi,
for"Assayrsvill-be" CflrclaHy;���atten-dbd-to; - -'- -, -., t A .|��
'" J-r.Gf^-BHEPHERp^Ma^. m
Victori?.; V; I; May, 1865.
\\
lyELXOWS. ;ROSCOE;<fc,;CO'.v:Imr��or1:er��
J?. Gen ekXt. Hardwar-s a nd 1 rok, Moore's B ui'Iu i
rates street, Victoria, V. I.; ,T   .    .  :
of;
2oi..
receiying from best eources, School: ��t'andartl,7ahd Mis-
'cellanepus Booksj and SfapK>" and^"Fancy;Stationery in
���all its Branches^ :i:lC6r.nidjrl';-Yates) and iLangiby i'streets,"
"Victoria, VancouveT,Island.v.,/ ' ���       ���; ,   ,; * ,v.-.��:.:
XI^ION ilRONi liWORKB,!;Victoriavy;:;;if,.
��X,;:Manufacturo ,Steam'.-.-.Eri'cines.; and ..Boilt-.fs of.'. all
SPHATT &���������.KHIEMLF.R
iQCOTCH "HOtTBE. -. -L Hcliean' and.'doM
O Hosiers* asd Gesera1i.:Outfjttsrs. Miners and
plhew will find'at the fccotch Houso a splendid stock of
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, and ..-Dry., Goods of every description, all of the best quality v and- at very moderate
prices..   Fort ftlreet,.jVictork, V. I.-,...-;.- ;    8
m
TF   YOU    WANT
1 iBTOTSTER.
GOOD    ALE    .ENQUIRE    FOR
-ean yon inform the people -of Barkcr-
^nlle'.now, it>cjome?; that -the Government can-
|r^*^^re;ttniaffiee^ of
^tlsis -fetisy "fiart- of the creek. Rowa arc !pf fre-:
%��ehtlocourrehee a.t nightj and it vras only
.' ^Dt; fweeM. tliat a defeneeiess \"?03nan Iwas at-;
I^KedlandieVerel^ beaten in her own dwell-
ife>'gi wiUioufc any pp Liee offieer.to: interfere and
nring-; the- nnmanly oftender to justice." As
<he traders and. saloon keepers of Barkerville
f:ontnbutea prettj large sum to the revenue
ifeey feeilthat tliej have a right to the'protec-
'tion" t7hiehrthe Oo vernmentshould afford. "A
police ofScef should reside in the town.   You
���would do a service by .calling the attention of
tbe authorities to this matter.
;;.. -t. .���..,;-) ;     AN.IxUABITANT OFBaRKBRVIIXB. .
...IJIhe only reason we cdn assign for the
."O^ernijlent not,ajiordi��g,,v.tlie necesaary���pro-
icction to, the inhabitants^of.Barkerville. is,
jh^t^herJB.are, no jmen'.'so far reduced in cir-
r.n instances, on Will jams Creek as to be forced
.,-io^ooeptiess thau S4 per day and find them-
j. elvesl to perf 0 rm the duty of ��� p pi ice consta-
*%l^s. 4n; orderH-o-keej) up a standing army of
1 -Jle 'bfiiriiils at tho eapital,' there is no "mob ey
Heft to pj>*yj; ^officers: for-service ahiongst the
^ttrnmiuil ty wh 1 eh eontrib tites mor e tha a nin e-
i&n.th8 of; the .taxes.    The day wil 1 coine, and
Uiai soon.perfsapsr when ihe Government will
&as?e.t��-.v&nsv/er for its shameful neglect of
fi\iiy towards this section of eduntry.���Ed,^ '
,T.c>:THE lEorrpn of ths uGa.*bii3oo BE���^^^NEIJ.J,
Bm,���It is to be deplored that the postal
arrangenients in Cariboo Distviet are so very
imp crfeet. The re aso nab le Gov er n ment ra tes
of postage are entirely worthless ;m a benefit
to -miners and others, 1. e., a very large major-
jfy of them, so long as -mattera now stand.
Why, flhv is * not oil r pop t of-gce centrally si tu-
>**<���:&'���   In common justice we, as the heaviest
���ux pavers, otig'bt to reap the advantage of a hurd-��iidies, as perposed by a loyal raemer ob ! ^
po.-t ofccfi in onr rnirlftf. Jlnt, forsooth, -ihej^^ Gnua* Jury, wbat sbnd be d��j to a od ��ora^ \n\
CnKp'rurarirt offloklfi  and their aat?ilite* are ndn* iysliki^tioDS,
KOOBHEAD" arid CO., COMMISSION MER-1
... , ��� CHANTS and -Importers; of iOrockriks,    Pro-
viSitoys, ruoiiuos. Ao..-^VhArf -street?.Victoria, V. I.    e
\\. >     .'    . ._'_^_.   ' .9   .-.   ..  ,.   .- . .  .    ������ -..     -.., 1 "
rpHOMAS AI^LSOPV Xiaiid' Agent arid Q-en-
X ural Qcrtf jjiasiptf, A&knx, Government street, Victoria, Vancouver IsJari<.'.   ,\  '-[;"-.-���'' .-���J 'A.'-A/ -A'.A'- -,' 8 ���-
���JOHN "vyTXiKIS WC^MiSe^ckan^^arf
t) Street, Victoria, yttBcpuyer^laud.---. ������    ..��, .... v..��,^;
T\B. .POWEX/L. has -^Kemoved {ibis Office
U aud Residence '.-from* -Fort; street! to the premises
lately.occupied by tlie Mayor on Broad street, Victoria,
Vi I.   Office hours 9 a. m.'"-to 12- and 8 p. m. to 10. Vs ;
J.
J. SOTJTHaATE and CO.:; TJ.veon Wkar*,
: Victori*, V I , and Batt'ery street. San Francisco.
.     s Victoria," February 24,1865.
THK UNDERSIGNED, -having purchased the goodwill
or tho late llrra ol.Guild, David & Co., will continue
tlie Wh(-lesalc Provision and\Cqmtni.=siou IJiisiness, at
tli0 siore, corner of Bastion and ."Wharf streets, under
the firm of WEISSKNBURGEH & KCHLOE^SER. Mr.
Jules David wil^,a$st as Manager of said husihoss. The
business on Government street will bo civrriftd oh as
heretofore,        iWEISSENBURGER &.SCHLOESSER.
^JT; GKEORaE ��� HOTEL; 1 YieSiv, Street* T��B
tO, tori a.. >..Tlii s. Hotel,: to v^Jhlcb is attached a, Km m
rant' and :.'Bar;;";Rodm,',is op^eof the.'most,:comfortft^
estahlishrhenta of the kinidon: thQ^PacificlConsti^\fa||
funiished rooms for -single persons and fam \ lies^ Tils'!
most ^mpprtant London, French^ ;and California wm����
papcrs received for the use of boardcrs.    vt      ;. ���. h p
/^IjaRKSON A -CO.",-'Dealers.; in Books, STATawar,^
\y,: Music^and Musical^ Instruments^ rNEWiS; ���AQE8$*Z
kc^ Columbia-Street,. New ^"Westnairistor.-; ���:��� -, .<:.;- ;r...iji _y
If 5&'A.' McCBBA, ��� Atictioneer^ WHARjpi %vkoM.
'ti?'���;?.'.. Victoria, 'Vancouver -l*l��nd.:   ?;: / v. ..��� '*>.'��� ~\" IA
D'""A3Sl^i'SfcOTT
-CoMMistJibN* Kerchants, City Auction'-Rooms,-'j^i ;f
.street, Victoria. Cash advanced on Merchan'liac, u> wj%
amount. consigned .for saio. 1.1 .Reference^Koai?&j^A
tAfsdJTj of, U. p. Co anti; UbyaVs lAgetii. '      , ]; j. * ���
s P; T>AVI3SS ,'& GO^ i&uiotioneera*'k%& m
���^ifisstos "MKRCitAifTa, r$if&. Proof-.Stone. B%"av^
"Wharf street, Victoria, XI.    Iibertl Advanoefttavw?
on Consignments. .."""."_    -A." L  '- ' .' ."��.'.: ;i ' " A%
JOHN P..COUCH,  Importer and G-enralv
O  COMMISSIO"^MERCHA^'lTCommercial^Tr,m^i
streetj Victoria,-Vaiicouvor Is'Und;'; ^\ J''1' 1 ���"������.�� ij
aOLDSTONE and BROTHER, Agents iv
the Pioneer Flour Milld,, CoMMissroN llERCHA-q;
Importers aha".Wholesale Dealers in Groceries, ft
visions,"' Dry'Gdoiw, Clothing, Roots and Shoks, 4:ii;
two-story 'Fireproof Building, Reid's Rlocky betvrx
-thO: stores of,- Ji W"i lkle �� C^ and S te wart A Co., Wlw
street^. Victoria. .,���  ..- .- ~"A'~'A7r~~"~ "'"'*���-;' T-."i~' "A# "'
Ij'HOTEIilEB, Importer aiid Dealer in G%
CERIKS, PROVISIONS, WINES & LIQUORS, ��:
7 "Wharf street, betwecti 'Johnston aad.va'ttc,. yictos.:;.
Vancouver Isiind.    > " .    ,/."���"' \IA
THCXMlAS SHOTBOI^T, Dispensing Ghe^i
., anj> Dr0Ogibtt , Johnson, streev {Victon���*, V L, ^i.
spectfuljy solicits the; attention of Miners and tb�� pig
He mi general to his; well assorted stock of pure En^;f
Drugs, {JhehiiCals^; and Perfumery; also to, his M/rfi
for, Rheumatism;- wh ich ia, an i aval aahlo.-. remedy ft��
'this (lisiressih&_complaint.,.-. 1.,J*f     ���[: "���;, j A. U ..-���>
T?UGKEl^J'OTOMA!S,; Tate^^t^t; Vicai^
L
J>vWholesale audi Retail J)caler;iu WINE:
BJ��ERS,: & LIQUORS of every .description,
warded to the Mining District A'"]_' -1   V
Gctitfc A
��1, ���&
^BG-AB, MARVIN";
Corner Fort anu . LA.yai.ftY
U Street, dealer in IRON; A- HARDWARE.   Ageat for
the sale of the Bos ton Rubber Belts. s
EWIS L.EV*rIS, CLOTHIER,   YATE8 STREKT,
j toria, opposite Bank of British Norlh America.
Vic-
8
HOTEL DE FBANCE, Victoria,.^U If!A
������Biojat and. Pierre Manciot, Proprietors. Wr. ?
ta tira nt' is supplied with ail tlio dell ta ci es the ����w
alfords.   In the Bar will bi;found the choicestMW�� ;.
Furnished RooniB, Ac;������'���'*  ������ '      'v;        1J ���*
rVRELIiEY &, FTTEBRk Victoria, V;jj
\JC Sole Agents Jfor Napoleon's Cabinet CharaptP
Pietresson"do St. Aubiri.Chainpagho'dry, Rouche^'1;
Jules Mumra Cbampagne, Eugene Clicquot ChaiwpJl
BoWers Bittere, Sainscvain's,Calilornia \Vino **fljJ
ters, Hostotter's Bitters, Baucroft CiderL LogftftC W�� ���
G. Preller Claret. A largo stock of Bonded W
Brandies, Whiskeys, atfd Liquors of every1 descry*
always on hand. ���   Grkuxt A FitebrIi -
Importers' and Wholesale .DeaWJ
1-b Junction "Wharf and -Johnson -
"1    SUTBO*& CO.. Importers and Dbaixrs in
3T��   CIGARS, TOBACCO, Meershaum Pipes, Ac, S. E.
corner of- Yates and "Wharf street, Victoria. ' a
F. IIEISTERKAK, LAND AGENT, 38 Gov-
���   ernment.street, two doors south of Fort street,
Victoria, Vancouver Island.   . s
THOMAS GOLDEN, Wholesale anb Retail
I. Dealer in WINES, BRANDIES, BEERS k LIQUORS
of every description, Corner of Vort and Wharf streets,
Victoria, Vancouver Island. r. lm
mwjil. m*-*i*Mit^Kmvi*niii��^>ii'���i^rrru'*'t*M*um*w^xi*moair.i
TO IV5ERCHAWTQ.
NOTICE
TIME is Money, and if you would save both ship
your Goods by tho Yale - Lytton Route.
A. BARLOW. Commission and Forwarding Agbnt,
Fort Yale, British CC'lumbia-, bop* to in'c.rm Shippora
and the public in general that he i3 now prepared to
Fo rwa rd ft 9 od s to thc M i nos on tho in f��t reasoniblo
��nos,fand without delay. Aii jrco-Jp cmaipned to tho
b 0 v ii w i \ 1  b f pro re p * 1 y  ftt t^s'ii-1  \ * n u- it * ���" r * ** in at ? i&gar, T*��
>EHOVAL. J. Ii. Jungermann, W&i
Jh MAKER and JEWELER, has removed U)Uicr,
proof Brick Building,' within one door of w��iw, *^
& Co. '3 Kxpross OlDce, Yates street ��� Victona^J^^
TSiOKSON, CAMPBELL, i^CO.,L,F^wSJ-
U 8toh Merchants, Wharf street, Victoria, vw
ver Island.    H: N. Dicksoh &.Co., London; w (;,
DeWolf & Co., San Francisco.   , J^>$
TJENDERSON & ^^^^Z}^lM
Jl and Commission Mbrcuants, Wbart sti oei, w J);
V. I. ��� and No. 17, Gracechurch street, I/mdon.
17   MALLANDAINE, GENERAL 003��nS3W��?^L
lit. and Collector, : Moore's Building, Yates ���
Victoria, Vancouver Island,
f PISTOLS,.^
\j( iko Tackle, P6-vti>er k Shot, Yates street,
aTJY HUSTON, Dbalbr in GUNS,
Vic"^
JULIUS LOEWI & CO.,;lMPORTSRS, atip^KfJ:
Dealers; Agents for Eaton & Met 'flmy   f:
Burglar Proof Safes and Vaults, VictonayJ^J^^
CO-,  CoM-tfissio*^ UKVSrSt'i:
f.rp r^��0i' ',7 a r" -'<: '*-'���rj ���
vja
KWONG LEE &
porters and Dealers in CHlNw..-  -������   .w
-      -      - - -       0>rmor.*ntiJ.ro��. ���
ri*. v *���
^0
Prj&irijicn��, &o.,
ft um ^u'. ���% "i-i I>:u2l as *��,, r re'��. V ic: v

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