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 'MAMAMA:  AAA AAA  i' ''iyyAAi  .'iv   V    'J      ,-. i  "i^Ss^^  M  fe.y,  ��������� I  y- -���������> ar.  ���������    i   *,-.,  'MM:  hHBPB  iff"'"  5:5*';^  !Mpf  THE CAEIB0O_fcABOR MAKKET  ^ference ^^^^ m^TUv^mit^ to  4s, uwith regard to ���������lhaxw.  i      ^ pHpcr recently efi-  i$������y.   Nor-isi^c^ry^s g j ^9Ublt;B  jdthRtareorviiaiiinp tl n.0ftbo���������fact that  ,.��������� Jmgea are high ?������d ^,^1, handB and llUtot from  ������taed'owing; to tbe scarotyof>������*������.*������o^ w  Jte^-SS-fe^J! P������ wlthottVrBm"?" Mr  Kve riwi&tirib' takw.no .notice of Mr.  rrfirt,.oBlj that ho opnveysa^ll  ^^^nresaed "mention of the fact mat w������g���������.  may see, how falsely !tfce*extetin& fetateofc  * 'Indeed Cariboo just now presents: a; pbeaomenoJH'f'd  tha history of gold mining���������abundancs of -provisibniat*  greatly reducad prices and a; positive lack 6i tdwlto.  supply'' the "dteand: for labor;���������-aithough^the^raie* of  wagesccatinaes/aa high as .during^ the seasons when  tb������ tamiae pricosJdieu, the prbvis^n^JiaTltet. , | Ajia-  borsr can live for a dollar a day and earn ten dollars,  slid yet mjuing!operaUons:rare:#bsoluteiy craropfed for  want of m.sn-tp do the work'I  This extraordinary sftiie  ot things ia doubtless attributable Jn^soirte degree;^  tbe fact that the new mi^sVof^wAich'wa^haT^ibeezi.  gpeaktej have drawn olf a considerable portion of.-the,  population which would have,otherwise found Its wsy  to Qariboo; but that there should be-a scarcity ot men  to work the mines when HvingAssjj* cheap and labor so.  dear������ sad when So many thousands of men io Oalifor^  nia aire ooat*nt to earn their, two dollars a dsy,} tfdes  appear som* wlWt singular.?'V��������� *��������� ���������' v AA - mm- ���������. *n i ���������'���������!..'' -������������������  w<������&dbn^miat^^  of $25,000, lor the purpose of ^onstrupt^a;  Jtf ffektf '***&.;; % charter, was obtain^  'S^^verbment ^ranting^.the pom;  SS^P0^ knWas;MeLean^lowej;  &m3 JSLM <&'������ to Itemed atewnecess#v  tesa^tkela^ri^ayo some ohe'a^e-raonaVsectt-  rityv h^jb iixcttieyably lost their iWestmeate.  ^e ;bjive/ta&en tjie . trouble op going -through;  |. iDi^fe^^P-P- ^^ ,^? ^������oxistTO^on,:JWe would] tow--  | aiid>ihe? opintog^tSftt? li^ill be neither a4esir-  ; abfe8peculat|o$ nor,MV inexp-ensiiye work tb  keep up- :T^ of��������� the drain, is  %*^|f':jB^r^fttap.' i-2 ,^e^iigfcy_The;preseiit  p^J^a'?larej obliged to" lay a flume in some  ^]a|e8i,a-ad:t&re tf^ee^figlji.iiec for.  ke^jiiLg^epi constantly at wqxki ou, repairs;  $2f gry formation ii &ir .gQwerio^gfee! wa3  fre|iy and kindly ezteaded ������io us by Messrs.  Bi^i^and Adair, aid .the^optka of fcthe com:  ip^'M^j.^P^^V'* our inspectiott.; So far  iipfl^esV^en^in^ri are concerned we are of  PP^^uI'that tbeyr hav������,;. acted fairly\[ ipro-  PJlUOUi fthat   tq&Jr  "������*������! ��������� <w������*^ y. ��������� -rf ,    a  eaji&^ their  t^Kaa^^uSjWjt^  ^4-lHii^-a^^e'n^e^ itself .we  :.^o|iott feel^hat;^e/\are.'in "a poaitioii to pass'  ^���������pesi^^s^^glaring -and... almost! ,u*n^irii9n-  ' amp/jftStakej "soa^ew ip^^i^lit J?e������r,a Very  -*-���������?n*i^n WoH������aa fullkaoKlpdgti  "were'shd wn some excellent prospects of eoanu  gold fouadrby 'ai; gentleman on ^e bad rocVr  adjacent toith^v^mei siniply by ^rerieicjg:  with; a small knife. 'Tbey are most satisfactory  evidences that te gold Vbasaot all be������a ������s-  hauste^ ia ttaib^arter. v  A,  i:r.y/ ^pSP������c^aci4iMi;^vs::  A- A^pwty^of ineaKa*w;leas-ed som������ ground  frbia the company,' and are ainilng a elwft at  a point .where Beggs^gulch^emptiesitsjelf into  [*Aiitler*;- .They ,have got,do^rn a.consid^*bi������  Septhj and from tho appearance,of tbe work  arid the splendid ma^hlflej^ tiey have ereet**i  there Is hd? doub t $hey Hrill ffa!coe*d in gettibg  down^bed^>ro'ck;'r-'-.": -a.rAA^A-^MA-" m  sagasaa i ag y,_ hsssssssst yt ���������' -ggggaasaaegagte  The  Cariboo  CTrnc-t���������BA.RKEEVILLE, ���������',_"WjuifMB ;Cbs������b:, C*ar������^?.  :;-'/���������'^i. j-'-Sn^riptioiti; $t-per yre������ktfe;''���������;.  (Including '���������'cost;'of ��������� ��������� delivery;) Payabi^ to tho Cirrtei'.  ii  mm^M:  ���������mu  | ���������.    ������ere disposed to ?^V ^*v^liS^e^  |������teft:% 'the fexoense- of; honor, andr, truui,  wo  IK011Tthe Sbjecte^ for ?rhioh we came here,  feemado when launching .our.enerp������ssbe-  adjacesat thereto were cunucii^oH,^K,,yt-*--,..,,.,  lost.ta commejacmg���������o  siderable distance of the drain was complep  f ed befor<Pth|f ^liarte������ ar|ivedyon the: dr^elj  from Victoria. ��������� .'The capMl was eagerly  The^ und^igned wilt k^|coDS*^tjy; oibanl.  ^^^d<,ao,:*^  '^^MfM  A,  i������t?3������is JPtirnaV8honlM>e^Cep^  ^Severth^'SentineP'^read^^:  ������d onvthe mihutable^^ principle of,t!S%������%  ,JlCe*ope that day will:^^aeref arrive-when.it  ;^lfj.cahb^bharged upon '-wi that we^ :pnbi������nea  f^Vha^twas!<illy- intended:to; m^Vm^  ! :3|!?may be from 1 their feomfortablc &m*&  ���������Partake Wong.a^tryi^o^^^C^  ; ������l#boo?to fin*-out.' on their'arnyarthe W  |j#Sp������on t&t;bad;Je^. Pgl^M ^  rl������nlaU for-flar ���������������������^*ll.e  ^���������mm these colonies; we regFet to. 8a^,..lias oeen  '!*:SKiai|jiarged onl^- too often with pursuing such a  y;Si!fthwe     Hitherto1 we believe"-it was not so  rtha-yar* > inteii4B,;i*01.'^*^" -^ V^isvSNiViViiS'  Swfeose who ^.a^r^d^^eayjl^y^  |������Mlilto,;;Tner^lowing coS^f  Sfto deplete,t^drain.fotWB  !5f the Gammon ground,.where tWcompany  were-bS to^onstruct-it-withm-twe^  were   "������������__      . ������������������,.,���������_irtf the charter. Thft  ^^i^^^^ii^ii������ss^iie  pecuniary '^bfc^ttdA^^  ^moany before bjegan^  ^^leSin t^e hiitoiy of ^e aj^i^y Lo^^  ^romid^e oomnany were^ecesatatec^^  B^r^tS ^ie expedient;, ^^ng .-;������i������3S5 ^g������fe^JSgS^W^!^^;^' TV^������ turn.  ,additional, -cai^^,::^;?^/%  i-tp^^yieldV sufficient,, ^^orip"f*a?yi8  ^fefeith-4-or'������ bnpe^^rath^  W-as 4ssu*ej  -ihat;-.T.si--he3  r^o^8fe&^^<>^  d&BBENTBR'S: & BLA^MITH TOOLS ;>  SAW feFliiES^ all siiee, ^i^^ssiR^ -iica^oVs);  ^t ������������������������ best quality 5 y rir.yyii     ���������-���������>  ������^  Lfiiaes *-**'���������-���������  5a8SBfedlT--ta^������^o������^i8Coarage^feWye8t.  I loli^^ea'yily "l)^||ie,failure pt the-enterprts?  r'wpftel^. miicfi rs ympa'&y^totit1 we^annol .see  *>��������������������������� r.yy&, :��������������� ,���������,.-r^j.-^^ ,.tft^ ' natf "*bii:done. Tofc them.  Son liauldate.the.ainouiit.,,So:jWSP^W,  IhoStors; who were S^SSSi^  &-;^^������i^  ;r^S arrived on-Wiiliams creek we have neither ^S^^^J^;,-���������- |^f... havfl been.ayoided  P arr 1 vou. v** r-Asi������f'iH ~*f what, ia  ���������yti;  'jr.  ��������� ������������������ ���������-��������� Y' -tfa arrived on-vv-iui������iB������^*"oa ������^ "yr TTf  ��������� vi ^^oSeaa'of judging,of (������he 'actual'stiate of  MM &Treither Mr. Howard or any on������ elw,  ' '; A Sperbaps better, for there arofew claims  ^WV^^micreekthat wo:do;n^;^������ionce  fif^ek^and if there "werh' ahy-cOmptant������  ���������itbolt the -scarcity offcaadawe, ehouldM  *; Ml tobear it. ������ut when we can-assort the  ^Se^whtt ignore$roreitrf^cee-  wry���������then-'what'beebjnes of Mr. Howard 8  S^Lje^'J^i1 present we could give the  ^employment, and anxious to get worK at $&  ���������r i J>������d. on the isf June, therebas beenno ^carci-  ^Wililf of' metf'-tofcworMng^the claims/ -We would  ":'klf r|l& -remark that there-* ifrtf at present nearly.  " seventy white men, at work on the Gotttin-v  ''''ti^'imoaA. road.-within forty, miles^qf Williams  ISPS, a? $70 per month, and is it toy those  v v^'tneh wotzld-remain there, one day if laborers  *<-:-^- ..tvera scarce here and wages S10, with ilivmg  //%'" at the tate represented,of. $.1 ^perdayt; Will  " ^    our contemporary or its Teracioas������.cCrrftTO0n"  deat explain this '*pbenomon".or(*econctle it  " with'tbeir assertion^ 'It Is true thatcomparT  4������dmth former years ther^ w few men out  : of-^remunerative work, and.. at no/previous  .Deriod.has there'been so favorable, a time for  proepectirig' owing to the low pnee of -provi  'fens, but ^ri;generally/do.n^  ." this y^arfor any otheripurposethan"to make  a'staked td leave the-country,; and they think  ��������� the s^est way of doing that is by working for  ��������� ��������� wages,.hence there is very little prospecting  : jroing forward.   The;only sure and^safe way  ^promotethe' true, linferests ptthe .oountry  is to represent matters p they are, and cease  ;_j..i^:������~* ������i"  iuk  ^*.rt������afrai-.lr������n  of  falsehood  directors -alleged mjght:i haye;V been  by a more accommodating, spiritib^  |:m. oa!the- ^art^bf^^;-tfi.at?cqmp4n"y..   Thoj total  i distance therefore whicii ifiejirectors finished;  ^was about four" thousand feet, at "an eii^ehs^  in the .aggregate qt |S7[5go.    dtwilfth^s^  seen that $12,50.0 more than the originalfcapt^  tal .-iff:as laid^Qut, and of this amount a ^ood^ueal  ������- _*������,,yf im,+Ko.*hurt^a Af jnobr \men'wib:  tlieir ever bringing one "cent  ' " ������������������������������������ ���������^^^^^    -"���������'������������������      "W, g���������^T -T-"'  l^AIL&yCur A^TKwjw OOT'Iio^A'Oom^^ sB  ;. :;Y,jj- sizes-;-.-' ^ ^y'xrfe.':fe^ukayV^i' "?"������������������'���������''."^ .-'  R^ETS^IbohripC6m^AU- siawef-;^ y v  SGYTHES ^fc SNATfiS/STONES, Ac.; '������������������'  'iMsraE&^ol^ai^ ;:-;  CXST IRON GAR WHEEIiS":;r/ ":^/.  GQI& SCAtES, ^2 and 64 oa������;f &������e:( *i"  ^^^ibjrriiE^  ^ILUME.  .-Swfca  ' f������;^'-  #j  -.;������fe  :y\l##-  '���������    1  ���������'���������: -^  .... :. >^?i*y>  1  C  indulging in ihe propagation of falsehood  and misrepresentation which never miB to-  inflict the most deadly injury-upon the coun-  ���������ttr ultimately/ "We give an extract from. ^  leading article in the *Br5tisbYColian?bl&n,, of  the 1st insi; thecua being teMn-from Mr.  H-w^Mrft's r������pftrt������j+lrti our rexderetn C������ww  was in stock1 in the -hands of poorimen- wjibs  had fiyen their tibi^ a^'l^r%?������ ItV^itfiSSt,  ejea.;receiTin^.piny |jortionJ of ^hcip pay.^  money or 'provisions.-   As a matter ,bjf ������pu^y  wb^the^debtshad so accumulated cre&ito're  became clamorous for payment/ and \ iEi'Ke1.  waa no other course apparently open* td't^e'  directors but tto .make1 terms, and th^ best  term^thiy could under the circumstances^1 iji  order to stave off, even for/a little timje, the;  evi| ftpy, (*After cpnsi&er^b^mg^tiatioli^^e:  directors made arrangements' with"*'lfe^sd  i Brown"& Adair, on the 1st November ldsVfqr-  anafrvance ;of S99200j to meet the mostSpresW  ing demands against the ..company., ^of this  sum they gave a mortgage on * the'p^olnS^j,  with power to the mortagees to f6recl4seTbn!  the Isjj June, 1865.    Daring .the' interval up I  to the latter date, the UabUitieSjincl^dingin-i  terestj saiariesi a^d necessary repairs -to*the"  drain, increased $5,4^1,^ making;! ,th0: ainount  then due to the mortgagees $14,631.    |satur-  ally enough j we thiSk/; the ��������� ge'ntknien, wjio  .held the mortgage were'anxious to get their  money when tf became due, and called upon  the[������pmpany to paj the.'amduitj  thedirec:  Tors weris not able-to dp'tiiis,* and saw no  prospect-in the future of their being in a po:  si tion to meet the; demand, and, as a matter.  wbiebv'^prudence   on   their'p'att   dictated,  the -mortgagees' forclpsed,^ and broughtyth$,  -    -.^xj,y. i^^^nar nh the 26th ulti at a  iispdi-'- The undertaking so farbas beenJa iiost  afduouft o?Le,' the/bstd for the flume being cut  tirotigh apiicl TJ6feK'thfev]whple distance a depth.  '^^ii3je>|eet-l Tbe^ume ^ffl^tifs into a canon  ii/which i-the*- fall is so -great: t&t -the rush: of  ^afc'Coming^      will always carijaote-th%  f^ihgsjatfdfpT^ accumulation pt the  ^ioXj;iie ^unie.!': ^Jie work performed ao  :'elicits tlie marked commendation of le very  pd^ wnp^hislwttnessed it 'Mr. William Hazle-  tper;Wiio:has had vast experience in Califor-  TO;sffice4850ui!i 'undertakings of a similar  lcirid;has minutely examined'the work, and  3e^-has;d'e,0ltired'to";usft^^  he has nevet* seen  ig-Si;d? inch inagnitude and proportions executed in so skillful and durable a mdriher,  at; eo'^siiod^rate a rate, as that which Mr.  ieiniags has superintended on Antler, i The  anpsttflp^uU and expensive part of the un-  jiertaking.is: now over, as in its ��������� further pro*  grefe^it is believed there will be very; little  cutting through" rock. ��������������� It is contemplated to  finish td theSaVMiil,;; about one mile and a  half fnrtHer; thisseasbn. "*Mr.Hazletine, who'  ���������is one.of th^ earliest--pioneers, ot this country, and was one of the first who located a  ?claim on Antler, is of. opinion that the: flume  ..wilj become pio.st valuable prbperty.   Unlike;  every other company of the kind in -the Cari-  boo district, the Antler' company have ob-  -tained a grant of-the ground~oii-either side  of. the creek and they have the exclusive privilege of working it A This is:a most impor-  ~~~.~~iryn rcrhav, u. is ftonsidered that  BLAM',^^OGKEi^^;;ANI),: ME3K)������AMOTr  I:lry.^^Ak0^yA.yyyyyA/M ������������������ ���������  'wviw?^ PA-  :i-r-M E-PEE,-&c.-;;' ������������������:������������������ -"A- a- mI ;A < {'  iWBBfetY TIME BOOKS;;      < '  violin sffemos; Sp^a.B66KB,Ai  Barkerville,'Williams Cree4r.  ���������-���������>       _ rise,  .',   - ��������� l^&ves SODA CREKK.- for,;QlflfcSKBL ,  MONDAY AND THURSDAY MORNINGS,  AT BAYLIG-H1!!,     .  Loaves QOKSNEIi for SDUA C.RESE,  WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS at 4 A. M.  ^OOMJIICTIHO WTfB  DIETZ ���������&' NELSON'S FOR VICTORIA,  Will arrive atKlchfleld on Wzdnesdays s^J^2^9  and close on ,-Mondjtb and Je^sdatb at������.������*  veylng Treasure Letters aad Vulu^bles lor ALL PAitsa  OF 3*53 W.ORLb, y ^j^ABKAK).  The undersigned Is prepared to    *  CLEAN, BLACK SAND, BLOWINGS ANB  v;: ,     "  PANNINGSh ';���������,'  On Ckmr&isfiion, or will purchase, tay qmntuy ??. t&������  Most IJoupUL |^5f% at tha .  Beading Boo*j^t ��������� Ca^pronton,  wav of :"windies ������p������'*6-cqffiWS7, and of  ������niW ���������hawhoMen and "acrii." holders, un-  '-jEi-the ������02*Sa63C3 reposes id aa- .*** *��������������� ***..*  ibWefcu6ifieBs;i6 tepes to -rsetfva ->b������ .*?������tw������^ r^  ;h* MmiBg commas y tbft en-lioYa^aB0Wji0^.  B ;..������'���������.*���������     .���������' "... ���������^7  AgQhja for th������ ^Cariboo SentiaeLV  *s ;.:ife;  TaaWtokle,#   -   -!���������>. .- =-'   ���������-.-  Mouth of Quesnci, r;/, - y , -   y^-"  Canningh^j.^Antler; KeitbSey, Ste-  vens, Grouse, and all other'oul-"  Barnard's Express  doy  Sgoiwer's Express  Birnard's Express  '-.   :::   do.  ^r^ylwijiptepks,-  y   W-ujou Rooff,- y  s v    Uihton City.  *?..*������    Yftl?,A    -     -'-ti    "Mr. Evans;-fBarnard's Express Office  _.^. .^LiUooeV*, A: A..,.. .P.' W. Foster,   ��������� ,do     , , J do  ...... ��������� ���������r^^w'Westminstcry"-''"'- - -"*''���������'"'^-M-��������� 'Clarlcson & Co  ^ev^fevifet^i*vKT.������������������;>iy: * 3������i --' ;��������� 'a * >1:;-- ������' ������������������' Thomas J; Burnes-  CARIBOO: -SENTINEL  fXisa^  ^;S0ITLEMENT containing  eight  ^i������MM; isfiisuetf"\witlf this i number- of  the  "'J*r ���������* f ���������iit^iiRS deeir -*feportedf and we tiblieyc tBe  ^vi'^uojir^has aban bis  promised visit to Cariboo this season. ;?;What  .*r;r^;^^^^^|^;^;|jj|a iigterminationWtlie part  *'$���������������&;������ Mb 33x^^ a loss to conjee-^  ture;and^e.cannot help.expressingpur deep  regret* ibatlie Kha iot felt it his duty to come;  hereto]ascWaifc -tie' y iew& -tind feelings of Uie  * '"-^ihine'ra^f^ Where ^ they  <;tin jjftest; bjeT learned, ;.TFp :ry this popul atibir  h- h^^^^say i^ i&iiTi Excellciicyi wouldv have  <ixa^ted|pc������itiG^fattd personal qualities en--  t iUChinl to^^*a^!flia wouldjAaycrheard from'  the lips of the.men* who are nowjgneaged5 in  .-��������� ��������� .. ..^cv,c(l^ the  J   ' ^neyai*^^ which,they  Jabot.-it  ^^������u atry^*ta^drat.prespnt ;in^a ^^ Critical  ' J "^oaitiofl/'aiid neyer'had thoatf -wlio harve; its  ua&Alxt!^esfa& fwP&������  _ _ .ensineis." ;;JBpher',the: policy t^^hM^afeed  ���������":"'',-' Jb tmiclf dispo  ���������tbe taxpayers ^u%  - ^JfrohT" tte l-c'616^ that  auoflie^^aeason^$nU > idssprn Ku&on--- * a: land  v.,aj")ai$6ne������^ l Tlie  ,������ ,'>4wlii*tl ^n-ie^nbw,l and who vare only, the  ,''������������������' * t^iaa^^01ie ^i^epo-puk^i^which Govv  <>vno^Seyf^ijufe-fouiid. in the coloiiy -whert\ he  a������9*a'^d3h������^r^iiMi iof^ goyetrinieati will Jno������  '"~'"to iVeen w'u^  y    : Kx cjellenoy 's administratio n, and ;a * spirit is;  '���������' ��������������� Abrbarf^totc^n^  rb CQNjCTiAiaiDi' 46at either the unjust laws; now*  XIl������*fl foWyinust^ withdrawn o*r theininiers will  not retiira^aift ahotbeir'-f^lX^jj^'iiy^&fi  L.      The; ^Gold,'^Export ^Tax ahdypitoms. JTariff  *'' wcreampbseti at the instance of men who Jiafl  ���������only the enhancement in vallie of their mim-  .ablo:towxi <lots m';^few Westminster in^ view/  ��������� and thejinterests ;of ^e;-cpuntry ailargc Wero'  of ,ub^i^ta)jce tp:^  4aiued^eifepwn iselfishipbitjc^C ^e^-could;  : Ti o't imposei upon therptesent governor's mpf e' |  ������s p eriehced������predecessor, *vrhq*'discerned' the-  i njury t|iat^ouldr-be^anfllctedeauthe colony  \> y the inj usfece of unequal taxation, and it re-  xnaine.d f or'jG^py. Seymouri to hq^^ entrapped into  ���������the pibt 'that has.*" been so disastrous to the  ^otinky.r;f|0ur.Yanxietyfeto?aee his Excellency  here arisfessiniply frdni the feet that he can  \*c? A 3carn}6o]iiingfeiipi ai^ iwheh������he; Is; in. Cariboo  something of ihp#EAL ftTATE e<f the public  c n -*������ anind. u ^he^clip^e^b^whbm he Is now %ui>  ' 'v rduoded b?wei pefsiiad*3jd his Excellency, that  New 4V������.stoinste������A:m-tBHtteK Columbia.- ��������� We  i '������ast waniiini t6Iwm6 here simply ^prevent,  by his assurances of acceding to the j list demands of the> people, such an * undesirablie  coixsumihatipn froni actually taking place be-  .,, ;f6.re>ap,therycar;r ma-^-       y s*-'i"-",.' ��������� 'Ar y  supported by4he inining community-sWting  factsytts they^ are, pointing out 'government  abused and government apathy, protesting  against . unjust   taxation > and i advocating;  Uriibii ; and;we have the ' British GolumbianI.  existington: patronage,������pub 1 ishing false; infor-  matipn of the,gold fields of Cariboo, screen-  ing^hc ^gov^hi&eut dn yits*-fbliies f, bud: Hits  weaknesses, ..temporizing with injustice, and  advbeating "contiftued separation to benefit  New;���������Westmmsterto the��������� detriment of both  coiqjaie^ ["VS^h^Ia^l^is^the^Jf?y^  ^y.I||;as iihe ^edittir of ^p'Columbian I sa*ys;  Ilp;growl"is ttie; inalienable' birthright:bfieff,  ery Briton^ iheMis^sbmethinjgviB^siB'^cibus  W&out iSs" coiitentmeht with' the Jpreserifc un^  satis*^ctb^;^dnditi6^ of - thihgsy  Has; he^  feau-fike, sbltfhis birthright ? ���������>'::: ���������������������������   ; Ay ��������� ;,yyfe  % rv^uEnglishmen:; growlv so' bffcbh is [be?  cause^mis^gpveraaient gives theni'-too^ good  cjftusotb ;bV Sissatisfied and freedom of speech  afjustTignPtb-px^ As long as there is  aii exppr|;duty��������� on gold thisr community has  gbbd cause to pi^btpst against the iinjuBt Inequalityi pt taxation^ The officials1 of New  .West^Mters^m/'tp lobk:upon a miner as a  sort of cgbyerrimeht a9s which' will patiently  'carry ;>ny weight * of 'burderif; If the Execu^  tiye1^; continues in" its present: course we shall  really need before; Ibngfthe protection of the  Humane Society^; *;One would have"supposed  that iifCaribod^ war papng more than its pro-  ^drtipn-pf feyehue? that x l&rge jpart would  ���������bejde^ted^o' pponihg up;" thi������; important: sbcf;  tion of xotintry; to iacil! tite- prospecting and  ftraid ia|developing its 'mineral ^^tlf ��������� ybuf  isb;^ gbyemrn^^  ^ILL BE OPENED��������� T^J^E^iG.  -t. <r> y*i -W4: y^-A^t ��������������� j,  ...     d^ y | g^    &;    H E RX^F' N������ H7 "  BEG TO INFORM.the^^ public thatThey wfllopenaa  above, when they will behappv to huve'a'call frcnV  all those who like a glass of GOQI**B&ER7���������S^%!^rsz  ���������^ar A trial is solicited.; ,;,. - -, ^ - -f--..r-. ���������. ,������������������.;   T A  '" Wholessle Prices : Per ke?r> $25 ��������� perSii2rie;<iaUon,|  $3; Retail Prices; By the bottleior glaiwjUie'sainti'aa  at .-the other Brewery in town^:.':f.'i- Ay t$&>& i''!  '' A "MA'  J8=9f* Koxt door to tho old Brewery���������, , -:,;,,..,": Ky v { ?  =  Barkerville, July 15th, 1S65.- A&x'iWy-^i* I    * ������������������  ��������� m. inaiMii !������������������! ii   i "ii"   ��������� ;���������. ���������-���������   ��������� .-��������� | ���������^������������������! riia '  AiA0Ai^%mi$M / '  y/: AM Ax '^AmMMi^AiAMl IA ������������������:-  BARKERVILLEj -Willums G^S5  ^,fe#  H^e<>^.^and'alarge stock^of ^e fbiiow1 ?  ^  ���������^.sT^-iast arrived, which they ^mmii^/i  .,     ,       Lowest Market Rati*, viz:' r  ���������AM  Provisions  And everything required for the * miniojf canip, lci������pt  constantly on hand    and aold at., the LOWEST MARKET RATES.        ...'"������������������;;;' !^f';-  A Barkerville, Ju!r 14tb, 1865. -    AiLAXlAili ; y^fp  e's  though the necessity :is  has expendbd;; largp sums on "a Toad ���������;���������. to Bur/  rardVInlet, and is/alspyihcurring great exi-  pe^hditure on the^Yale1 road for nb^other evident purpose than tbperpetuate theluigering  exist^G6*@^^������w T^bstm  many^:gpyeTnniMt efforts '.has ;turnod;but ;i  feitTare^Po*&at&OT ^  its 1 arge Indiari populatiout and (numerica 1ly)  mHighificant white inh  bbjec t to.; ; Who would ^fnv^the editor of the  ^plu^i^'^hW'TiceA and ��������� inblasses? li; is  right spmethin  qency^si^e^b^i^ appearance ;oiV a  T^ace'^ich^^is/ atp preseu t - a -disgrace tb any:  cpip-ax^ Sat-itiia^hp^  shpuld'bo Junj iistly taxed- -%rvani ��������� exyleriinent  ���������which has in it��������� all the elements bi^failure- -: "'  In the:r hppe^ that^bii ;will cbrifcinue in your  present fcourse^ ribtwithstanding the impertinence of ^the ^Columbian j' ������ am; r ������������������ ���������; I ; v - ' ���������*  ���������"'! '^'y.y "Tb^sincew AMA'y  ^���������'" k '.: ".. .'.*' ������������������" ���������*��������� t .'-'������������������',-" , V"'' "AA Oaribooitjb.**-  11   of iale<. cohiaihed'; in an Indenture" of' Hprteage  dated tho 20th day of September,* '��������� JS^betwefeii John  P.-Reed; of the first part; and E.^A^^Wadhahi������, of the  second part, one. full interest in, the}Keed������������������ cbtnpany^  claim,, situated on > Oonklin?������, Gulch/ recorded by the  GRpCERIES, (includint^Plcklejf Xama,  ty. A Si&uces^&ib;,) 'MA /X .-. y-[ yM ?   , ���������;,  fZAf^ir^Mq^^ ��������� yAAryyyy.y iA '/y '  M.yyAryAy'U^Rm  AAA-- A AAA XjA^U^JSQBBiJy^^  ��������� n MfMvl /^MAyy^^^9^^/iA^ "'.���������"  y. 77 ��������� ��������� o t '/Am /yr i*. .^.:v;; * y*������?*&h^  :vhxity'MKi^ "/,. i';: ::?|  y^y/y^y/yy/yyy/y/'i-v������^:$p^^- %  /iy*AM:"A'l'A ���������?-AiA--; .  ,;���������������������������:feHCKs'r'i������il  Ay AA AA' AAiM-:. ���������M.y^r-.-y..^-^ ���������-",.  ^'^  *; *?",r*^9ciular ,?H**y^"J! ^^ ���������lo'0*r IWkfi  of'LIQubiia-rwinks'it''$mxmA//i ���������[// ��������� 1  :���������; Barkenrilie, 'iith June; X865/ ' ������������������ ':XA': h  ������#������$���������  %!yy  NOTIGE,  NEW "ADVERTISEMENTS.  GF JAMES WALKER,,, who emigrated, from Albion,;  ;,Canada West,;! in 1657,, and came across the plains  .to California j waa last heard from in February, 1860,  -when he" was residing5at^ Watsonville,-SantaOruzc6un^  tyy Any information sent to this office;? addressed to  eamucl Walker, will be thankfully received.    I:  -' San Francisco Ml ta,! 'Bulletin, \ Sacramento 'Union;'  idaha/World, ''and Portland 'Oregonian, | please copy,  laid send accounts to office of this paper;  -^ , v : 7 ,;;  ?  :   To tbs Editor op the '^Cariboo Sentinel."  '";"/ SiB rAAOie of ihe^ui^rtuhate peculiarities  ���������of   BOini-pducated  individuals  is  to   make  . their ��������� own : narrow   opinions   and   selfish  'Int^roflts a standard by which to judge those  of htater-Informed-and more disinterested  jiebple.' It is not to be wondered at, there-  A fore, that the; -editor of the * British Colum-  A' ibtan^-a p^pcr which happily for the credit of  c  ithb-. cmintiy has a very- limited circulation  ** from New Westminster to the Rocky Moun-  Mns^And an influence so insignificant as to  'be confine^ io' New Westminster-���������should,take  K " viippn himself to condemn the political course  v  ^whicii you, in the interests of Cariboo and  : those*Qf the colony generally, feel yourself in  ��������� duty 'bound to ��������� take. The article in the  * British Columbian 'of the 4th inst is one of  /, thoso. pbmfepus,,..; emptjr.pated productions  ^which display very prominently the long ears  'T of the writer. One would almost imagine the  editor had-been rpading and come forth  lochia, work kaprees^ed with  the -brilliancy  * "of Noodles -oration, and that he deter-  .mined to imitate it; an,i ^ 6b happens  I?hJitarally euoughj thiafc: he has succeeded,jn  ���������writing in earnest something equally inane to!  , .what "Sydney .Smitb;.; penned ,in;., ridicule.  A/Jwingto& cbnfwon of idea^\ypu;Mr. Ed-  /notA^iT* compared toy;"a wolf in.eheejfr  'dot&io^,f' 'XM m see how the comparison |  :hold������    We   have the  "Cariboo "Sentin*I,M.  tionjat the Court House;: Richfield,  on SatiirdaVi- -the  122nd:instant;,atl2Vcl0ck|-M;':" rii kayrji%. Ocftfe.r'l  ��������� Eichfleld, iuly 15th, 1863.     .. :'/..^/Uy/, ! T-"*':"  AS WB ARE ABOUT WINDING fe UP'' OU-Rf Business, per*ot>8 indebted to. uajare: respectfully, ^i  quested to call and settle' before the. 1st August. s All  accounfe remainihg unsettled; after'that .date,; will b'e  placed "in the hands of an agent for collection/ " ��������� - r->i  ���������Z'ty-yy y'WAMy-ryy. y   N;::EySOLOMO^&;COiy^  /ALL TII06B HAVING J ACOOUNTO WITH  '���������-fe  Xra fi������^(fue r������p^-no������ifico^  he closed On aKdarter Juty Is t, 1805; * after whldW'Sffi  //'?'/ A/" ,:<������ttr-������ennf wUl-he1? ':  "  'i >* ��������� -^  A^: S T R I G T L-YV.r.C A 8TH,   I  .Wpwill';malte no(/^ distinction o^?discrirpliiati.on, V,IS  bo bur erideivor to rmerit"i continuance of. the;patra w  age; heretofore received at the hands of our frienda ui |p  patrons.  Barkfryille; WiUjaina Cree*k| June 29th, -ii8&Ai_ ������������������[ t  A^;���������FCiX,SOT;0F^BIA0KSm���������^H3^^^  3l; ing the following, with oth������r art'iclOs too ntimarous  to mention, viz: 7 bits and -1- brace," 1-box pi^tolf trap^;^  1 drawing knire,f 3 nail tools, 2 swedgea^l:saw^I spoke  shave, lgold scale weights complete.; lyscrewf plate, X  box coopers riyits,4 sawder'-iron,'.. 1 bat sawder.'.2 split^  ting chisel^ 2 cold chisels, 2 band hammers', $ screvj^  driver,! rule' l^box case ^hardening, *i rasp, 2:filos7������i2  ?lbs bOrax;^ "18l6dge/hammer;y 1 pick eye wedge,] lcflat  hammer, J: anvil, Vl "bellows,;. 1 - vice, 3;pairv tongs, ;������c;;  . being the full outfit."of-: a> Blacksmiths snopXl^e abdve  tools are all nearly new, and- can be seen/nt'lAiimeis-i  ter &: Go's,;Richfield, where application -may ne made.'  Jl^^erms vory lojvy :��������� i  "{iXv.Va-iX1  sMAnl t- IU,  &emer8^/T^  ������Tymm,  ;���������-  I  m  Ixy  HKREBt TAKE1 PLEASURE IN  NOTXFtIXG TM  public' th^ughout Cariboo that I(am"prepared fai "S%  this dato to sell at^Public AucUon, j on any part of 'ifjj.;  -llama- creek',' every kind of property^ stationary or mm- fe  * '* -. y.., .: *      . y.   njjj^' KUC|1 ng - ,.'-... ,. -     -   , ;���������>>  ~- ->?j^' 'V^.y;y ,;.' .n.fei-. ...   |g  Merchaiidise, A Real ^Estate;;; Mining tCldms,  ���������^/y^Shares iiiSIining CpmpajiieBi ibj, w  *������ I arn at Mil-, Uniea :ready: 'to sell,*,; on reasonab^ \w������������. ��������� t������i  anyrpwp'eriy whatsoever placed" in my hands 1)>* OSml ^  ���������brTriide Assigned in Bankruptcy, t Having had wow *gjz  (thapstentyearsrexperienco .in':the various,Braschtt oi ������|  Auctioneerihgi-Iihope^that any one requiring my w- f^  vices will bekind;ehougfivW''giyo-^m^a.^aUi;.an(i'-I wtt^  strive to please all who * may intrusv their bus;ne?s \a M  mef CASED;ADVANCES made on Merchandise pla������l m  iiffinyrpossefesioni to. be, sold^ and; prompt: .settlement tf ^  all transactions: ' Any person wishing .to^consult m p&  .willflnXh^e^tiny store; the old;Pl6heer stand, r y������������  * - ^Merchandise of all kinds sold a I Auction and prits u y-"  :B*������tiM^--?iMA+y--^-:  B  ���������-.,������yy r   ��������� JACOB EHRENBACHER,  :,a-.-     -���������-.- -, -.-- ��������� r-.;.'-vPubUc Auctioneer.  kerville, June pit, 186ft.' " i  SEALED TENDERS will bo received atythe Magis-  "tfate!s Office, Bichfield, up to noon of the 23d July,  1865, and not after,* for -the construction Of a Waggon  Road, 12 feet wide, with byo passes,  from-the Court  House, Richfield, to a point at Camorontoh..;..  , With each Tender must be enclosed a^bond of the  person tendering,* and "of two responsible" sureties for  the payment to the Government of the sura of One  Hundred Foiunds,'sterling, conditional on the non-fulfilment by. him of the terms of his Tender if accepted.  - The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted.  " 'Further particulars., .can' be had by applying at the  Sfagistrate'sOiScei' ^whtre the specification and bond  can'b'0 8ee*Qyy:.. ���������'' '-,  y Tenders'to bo addressed to tho Assistant Commissioner of "tarids and Worlcs,' Richfield, superscribed  "Tender for KchfieidiCaberonton Waggon-^ Road."   ���������  ���������a'm   ���������Ayy-:r-y- . ���������:     y   w.G. COX,-J. P.,  12th July, 166S.  y     !   y    -A.-;   A, 0. L. 4c W. *  situate on the East Back, opposite.- the*Washburne  claim,'-LoWhee.^^;:^'Oi:fefe:t'-:Oo-v^ mciu M'^o t^* $y  / r:   ���������;" ;      EDWARD;;SHEARER,-Proprietor^i-  I/)wheo, July 14th, 1865.. -A*.I,j '.-- fit'*&,> . iT+M*  THE .UNDERSIGNED ifl prepared to CLEAN B7,ACK  8AN������0V BLOWINGS and FANKXKGS on comcni3sion.  or will, purchase any ^quantity yoh, the Most1 liberal  Terms. *������������������' Samples soiici ted;   Apply, by letter or otherwise, at theif^inco of Wales claim. ..,'���������.  5T A-:, , JOHN CAM?.  THE Subscribers reepectfully intimate lo all who are  c indebted to them,: either by ..note or. account, that  in consequence of the depressed-state of trade we are  obliged to press for an immediate settlement.'[[ j ;'  Mr. J..S. Thompson is authorised to collect and receipt for moneys due us:; r^M ���������, t.::y ^  Ai-yyyyy.,                   ���������:'.-.'J;>H."TODD.&,CO^  Barkerville, B. G., 7th July, 1866. ArAAi/;  THE-UNDERSIGNED, being desirons of, erect ior i  -Flouring Mill at,Quesnelmouth, offer.for,saleii)������  Machinery of a STEAM SAW MILLi for the pUrpOiJ tf  getting mere,: pOweriulengines.   The Mill, jfc cpmpisw,  and capable of sawing S000 feet In 12 houfsf :it hai ������  extra 60Inch circular Saw. ���������  Fayorablo, terms will b������  given-to any persons desirous oi purchasing.   The Vt-  "chihory Is oflbred either with or. wiihout th������ buildiBfi.  y^Ap -zyi-yy-::-'r-zyy :.,      HARPER & WRIGHT. ���������  ������������������:. Queenelmouth, June 20th, :186d.-; ; ;{,4-^m  Mr  y/:  idea  ALL PARTIES INDECTEDTO ME are hereby hoti-  fled that they must call and settle their accounts  en or before tho 15th of July, or they will be put in  court for collection.  . On and after the 15th of July my terms will be cash.  i3^ Great inducements for cash.   Call and see. "  7 ' J. H. SCOTT. '  ������ Pearcy,  ��������� CAMBRONTON'-^fe-yi! t^A  have just received a supply of :  IRON C0pKINGa STOVES  varying in size from 6 to 9 inch ; tbey are of ilrst-rate  quality, and warranted to bafce well.    ; Alub, a well as-  jsortod stock of'SHEET IRON, both Galvanized and  Piainr TIN PLATE, SHEET ZL\rG,& COPPER.X..A1.  .-. ��������������������������� .:*i: "���������; -fe.' ���������   fewayson band ..���������>.   ��������� y:y;y . ;. v.  Sheet Iron Stoves, Cooking Hanges, Hy-  y draulio Pipes, &o. ;���������.,.��������� = ;���������,..;,���������.������������������. i.: ������������������  Sgg* All work in our line done a t reasonable rates and  warraniea to give satisfaction. . ,    A ' '���������'���������      6.  : My.  ^LOWHEE CEEBK,  PEARSON & CARTER, P������ors>  .:;���������; .;;;;���������..,:;';." NOTIOE. Vr"  icbURT'ofdgNERAL ASSIZE & GAOL DBLF^  ^^ will beheldatctheCourt House, Richfield, for ���������������  Cariboo District, on Thursday th������ 90th oi July aw*  ���������The Court to sit on the first fay at 11 a. ������.-������������������    , _  MATT. B. BBGBIE,.J.  Richfield, 28rd June, 186$. *  i'0*  Ml-  WE WILL SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK At  LIQUORS, of tho..best'qusliif, only, kept on hand.  ��������� nap The House is. fituated' ot"thVOiUttottdca .tMx^t  on the west bank of-th* crnk, * * 7  To the Highest Bidder, "Without ��������� tha Siighteit  Beeerve, in lols to suit overybodyy  ooinmencing on  Monday Evening, 3rd inst, s^T;l*2 o'clock/  an4. coatiaue every evohirig. aatil tho whbis Vtc^ei  is.cold off. ��������� ���������      ���������������������������---��������� '; i\> y .   ������;  iTtT ^*xi d������?r 'to the Psrlcr Wooira ^*rk?'rpin������; - i  THIS IS TO CERTIFY that from some oaoiw  or complaint'of tbe head our hair commenced falliw  out ao rapidly that.wo foored wo should lose the whole.  In this condition we went tp,W. D��������� .-HOSES, *ofl  strangoto relate, in THREE, appiicaaons {of bis woo-  derfulEalr Reetoratlvo our hair became as strong w  over, an d is now soft and lively.   Wo make this cerUQ-  osi������ with pleasure; believing it to be for the public 1  1 GEORGE COFFRIN, C^merobton,  ROBERT WARREN, Barkerville,  H. S. REDGRAVE, Richfield.  Williams Cresk, 1st July, 1866. 6  ?-^  M  m-x  A at Riohflold, Carlbdo, du or about the l&tfa proxi������e-  ---'���������   ���������'::���������"   "   JAG; 8mvi!VnTK-V****\  ���������Vletf'ris! V, I., 15th ?un������.' 1565. ,'������������������ - v'V.y'V  Myy  I3BFZ*  ggySSS^ 15,703  -   (Before W. G. Cos, Esq.)  > .- ^ji^davf 10th #uly������ 1805.  ������'6*(^ami# "feitaoek* SecJy,i J3.  gd Edwardi.-T*i������ **������* ������ij yaetiou _for  flv-82  amount of a4sesaments;oa three;  mKSV ������intere^itt^^deompany.  glbmant^^^  tmsmm^- Friday, 14th July.  la*Rock Drain vs. Adams op^lhis was  f&doii to make the defendants show cause  ftg&ytz*- v*..---**, *.^'i-*'i.w%i^afra*ltiAjS from run*  RBfn ^rriavT5*������e?day for the accommoda*  K^^SXiou^ decided that the d*  g?p^pgMgg^l^^ Drain coyy.   ., ���������  '������������������^simuxr   on.'Governor Seymour.���������It  'us pleasure to State that Governor Sey-  ���������has.forwardcda large number of choice  Vto the "Cariboo Literary Institute_'?. as  sent.   The"bobki���������?-could hot hare ar-  at a more 'opportune time as the Ina'ti-  presentnurabersmorc subscribers than  former geripd.and; the demand for  is unprecedented here.    The works  .een:i������elecied- with -discrimination and  |nt, and are exceedingly appropriate  '"-isria-g? ca^ut^y;^ .^TbeiDirecftdrs of the  ion have passed a vote ofthatiks to  Ijcellency for his valuable present  MINING LNTELLIGENCE.  L0WHE13: GREEK  have seen some .ounces  V\\rt  .of tl#lrold(wliich..is licco'y are doing weU;.;T^oiher cjampan^a  that .of Wliliamsj are.persevering with their-:wor*w���������*������^o������^  richness than Lo whee. For its extent it has  b een ��������� undeub tedly the premier.;creek in its  yield, and the fineness of the go](1 is not^exceeded by, aay found in other parts'of the  couatryi. Tiio names of the eliief claiih3 ���������are  as familiar to the-readers of the newapapers  as the most celebrated claims ou Williams  creek.: In former seasons (the " Chittenden,**  "Sage'Miller,??,^Wftshburne,'' "Humbago,"  and " Moorbead " claims excited great interest from their immense yield. Eyery one of  the claims, we have mentioned have paid their  owners well, and.sprac have yielded amounts  that would almost appear as fabulous if they  were repeated. As an evidence of the lasting  quality of Uie diggings on this creek we  woul d v remark that al though some of the  claims have been worked four successive  seasons ''.yet< they have not ceased to pay  amounts that if discovered in new regions  like Kootenayand the Big Bend would.stir  up an excitement that would draw adventur-  lcera to those regions in thousands.  On Lqwhee the great drawback to the successful working of claims in the summer season has beea the.' scarcity of water for washing. This has always;inflicted great hardship  aud lpasou companies^ and it is unfortunate  tb at some thib g was no tSpfee! long 'since to ape*?  medy ah evil which it app e ars a mo derate  outlay could have A easily removed. Mr.  Crane is; iibw eiigagod in surveying the* route  coarse, and  is very like   ........  ., ..  fi-eek.- The co1? have a graiit from Govern- j hope ot.sueceb*.     ..    r /,,���������. ,   ... f* %  ���������     - ������������������"- ��������� ��������������������������� * *���������  ��������� -������������������ ���������.A ������ -' iAW^mAsc&iAArAAAZ    ���������  Australian coJy have beeji;taking out  but-. not Huffieiiit^ -toi; pay:rExpenses..  denes of the raitn wmen uw.;iot**u*i^^ h* .  Hosfcrd. fan in the claim, he became a pur- j fore loiig.  The Faughabaiiagbce'v have been taking  chaser -of more shares* within the past few j  day s. A second co 'y up the gulch i tbas leaked  out has also found a good prospect, ibut they  are rather reticent ou the subj-ect .at present.  ' ���������'.������������������   CONK!JN:GlijLCIt;-.    ''/AAA ��������� / -  The Erieson company still continue to do  well, the amount.,taken, qut this week being  over 1L6Q'ozs.  yAy'"������        yyyy-.y i. ���������"-.;��������� yAAyy--A-  A i   ��������� WlLLTASiS CHECK.���������       '/ '//. /'- ")  ,   Mining operations on this ereek bas been  carried on with great vigor since our tost rev  view, and we are "happy to say: with very,  great success.   Several new companies haive  had their hopes of striking good pay fully re^  olized, and others are sanguine of success'  within a very short period.   There is very  little of what >ve.������may term prospecting going  forward, nearly all the claims upon which  there are men Engaged having%iven evidence  in former: years of possessing Ihe . oro.   The  only exception id; this is oh the west side;:of  the'ereek from B arkerville io Gamer������aten,  which- was mostly abandoned last year as  worthless;   This season the abandoned ground  has becu taken up an d prospected with a success which has- absoluto) y astonished sonie of  the most f .experienced i,miners 6n the. creek;1  The folio w iiig, c om pan ies, are, i n ow* al 1 at  ���������)i*k on this ground, viz : Roiigb and Ready,:  out large pay for ,soihe timec'The Italiau  do'y' have also been doing welll > This latR^ir  are prihcipaliv engaged in fiumih-^operationB.  FROM THE dOLUM^^^tVEH;^fINE  -*S.  . ^ Mr. E^ us to  ejetact the following information\ftom a pri~  yate lotter which he fiatf��������� ju������t-%ec������ive^[ from  iir. John Ji Murphy, who is^kndwiC i������re ������3  haying kept^shop for Mr: Bla^'on'^Williams  :<3reek;last summer. ;MnMur^^  ly reliable young man; arid ��������� hisfe8iatemen(������  may be. depended on: His lotteryi������ dat^id  fromTinkey City, Fort Col ville, 6th June: A}  1 have wintered hero incompany tvitli':iJobf.Nobl*^,  Si|p5hed from Richfield on Monday last  g^iy^ld. Richfield again to-day. I and the New.  ^^SBiuster mail has not arrived. Very great  Sffl^Woiutmedt' drift inconvenience has been  SfeBi^^BUlfciT' We hope there will be a searching  HJ^pgalRol^  |S|rKf.some!one^B-)^E ���������    ";���������'-.���������������������������.'���������"������������������..-   ..''���������*  ^^^^p BRBWKRr.-r-It will be scen:by. ad ver- j  ���������^^IJ^feV-tliafethe^p.fo^neto^^     the newibre'w-1  |^^Si&fti^erviUe_wiU:.op^ their .'.bar. room  pJ^j^^Hning. .^.From'the^ character.which'. the  ^]^H|r^^,oflmakingkc^ao but the very best  beefewe are satisfied the patronage bestowed  l^fflllPtoynew 'establishment will be very  f^^^U������A^i\%ib^ii^ f*ti\\ of Caribooites  H^i������|(^^@ai^iifV'tSeyYd,1^^��������� r-^>aff;:b^ee=r, when they  ISlfK pure;and:  ^^^tty/genuihe article-:' A:.,:._ ' y _ yM -}/  ^^otkS' Rd<k:'&i^^I*a';o*ur^ of'this  ^ft^^^aldngx^n"'tiie'.first; page some errors.  ll^^Kcrept' ^m?'#or';:-"lower::line of the  ^i^lan^sha/t^^read' "lowerlino of the Hart  ^^P^^y ancl jforir^pper libel of Cameron  &ej&^p -reaS^S lower;' li?ne of Raby ������laimi"  ?iilS^������^r;';C^^-'^^^^T':'last 'iss^0 we  ^S^^S^KatltOO' yards oTtee^ed rock flume  :''y-r*itiy-/ien completed;   It should have read  ^^wiifiil^  '.''A.'- >.y  y.^ y] J������^l Twicr a Vbbk.���������^We are glad tp .state  / ;,*SaJl|^e  Government have --made arrange-  - y,JBi|ajp^ith Mr. Barnard for carrying the mail  i \wy%\ week to and from Cariboo.  ISbSSGver^���������WeJtiave been under the ne-  Clubs creek, the estimated expense being onlj  from $1^,000 to ������15,000.    Many claims have  been laid oyer; until the ditch is, completed^  and. ,'tbe  small population,  at present <on  the creek is owing solely to this cause.  There  well situated at convenient distances on the  banks of the creek, and they Seem to be y well  patronized. Mr. Edward Shearbr^ on the east  bank, has -recently enlarged his store, and the  fare dispensed At."his boarding house is of the  very best description, in ftiet as good as cau  be ��������� procured o n AVllKa*ffis > creeks --i 'Messrs.,  Pearson [& Carter and Messrs. Crane & Hough,  d n the .west side,1 hay eA exfeell en t a ccommo da  tion at their respectire cstahllshmehts.'. We  regret to say that the trait. froni Cameron.ton  tb ~ the creek is in execrable order,; and-the  government should lay out alittle money���������  $200 would do it���������in making it passable.  c  The folio wing claims are at work:  ���������> Plumbago co'y.���������-This celebrated claim has  entered upoD the fourth, year of its existence  as a -paying claim. ��������� The company are at  present working in the centre of the creek,  and on Wednesday; evening last, just as we  arrived at the claini, they had finished washing up, and were rewarded for their twenty-  :four horirs work-with-209 o-dhcesof-gold.-^It  wor  taking out over wages; the Hibernia, getting  machinery i'eadv;irit or Jiissy aVeTagift^  over 30 oz a dav : the Australianygeod prospects obtained ;. the What Cheer co'y,.struck:  large prospects of coarse gold a;few. days  since :and have. evidently .got Jhto^an-old  ahout 27o nitlea from here, in. hoaus, >5*lth plenty of  provisions, and only three clays since : two'.bf'tlusm re. '���������  turned, causing a greatiexcitement/r-vTh<jy,hav������ lound  diarcinEs that,would.yt'11 trom i&c to!$4 to;iiie}pAu ;  f������ry  if,  ^joih-panion to -Peac^Rivcr;:ar3:here;^d;t^^re v^n  well oiT- : rOapiaih Fitzstubhs and Barnijgfetg? lawis  Koclc creek id Kootenay hy fort ffaepparrf^^u.Qi^  s������nb-a shaft.. All the a^vecompa*^^  engaged:on ground previously abandonedvas \\ %m stjayihg^hereao'tlw^xA:'Agt^:tprpi^^^ta silver  SeveraloftUehvdraUlioing claims^:iead-.pn^ea;ao;prllle;i: '     '.  worthless*1;  m&  has been yielding, we understand,;abput the  same * very dav since. There are 12 men at  work. Messii Weigend & Alexander, of the  Chapman >Bar .Mouse, are the largest* share-  l holders in the claim.-���������The Vaugban-Swecny  opposite Richfield have washed up lately' and |  with very , considerable success. The Gari-'  bald! ������oly,i:in the bank near the court house,  are getting on steadily and their prospects at  prese nt lo ok very; wel I., [.. A large company,;  chiefly practical miners; have taken7up the  pan"was obtained by the co'y  since: Hard Curry "has been: taking-"from';-25  to: 30 oz-.per dayv out of the old claim this  week arid";expects to do a great deal better  before long. The Bald;Head c6Jy have* goi  down in tlieir new shaft and struck pay." The  Eagle co Jy are b ar el y miking expenses. The  Aurora co7y averaged more than 500 oxs each  week for the last iwo. The W'akc-up-Jake  jcoyjjffirJ^^jg^ajg.reat deal of work on their  claini during t&e;siJringTias at"l^engtbgonnto"  ittiir  ::3IRTHv^At Victoria,%;I;V onWftMM}]1wV'^t  'Cbrbijicle;? of: a diu^ht 'ty  pfhlt  ratioOomplgne^Ksq.,crf;6osportt Knglflihdv  WSB^t'hoi^ug' over the' letters of " Scru- co'y are situated IJeiow the Plumb ago on the  c ikiyf1; "Independent" and "Anti-Bummer;1'  A"yfm '^vant of room.- i'������������������->-��������� .-���������-....���������  PH^^f* -^r* Howard,^, wbbsc ' "correspondence  I . ifrtjfe * Cplnm^an I has ; excited so much inr  |^|B^^]iion^iew^ia8VtK>t been on Williams  Jli'jpl^il ��������� since/jDeccraber last. He was pros-  ^S^^tg in Sie Horse Fly country all winter.  ^^^^���������^The shooting match'..between -the Vic-'  ?^Wi?||- and I^ew 3KfestBaiaster Rifle Volunteers  H^^HIofl? afthe latter -place 6n= the 30th ult.,  jaitSg^Bulte^fa ihe triumph of the New West-  yy^Mlnfper--GorpB.''' ' J     ,:* ���������  t&.,t y yy y <������ >,      : .. * . ..���������,..  ���������;p|||P^iB^^RKire^  ..   'ipr-icosjpreviously quoted is'in flour, which re-  "^"Ssftatioriary at 22 cents per pound'by re-  Jp^?pRA'NCisco^ARKeTS.---The 'latest quo-  lip^Jor flour in San Francisco was $7 per  y^lfs.Tbe pfqrpgatibri of the Victoria House  olJ^S'embly iwas to stake place on the 7th  in'Btani      ������������������   ���������  ,^-|||^S*.The .telegraph line -.was noiin working  W0jk up tO;the departure of the express irom  WsW:: Westini ns ter.  rAtx'2  ������astern bank, and have what is known as, a  hydraulic claim. They have,been taking^out:  good pjiy-���������at one washing a few days since  as muciTas 60 ounces.*1-���������-Further dowa the  creek on the same side two prospecting tunnels have been run, in hopes of striking a  channel^ The work has been stopped, however^ but we were ��������� inforrued that; ifc would be  resumed shortly.������������������The Moorhead, a creek  claim, comes next^and is at work taking out  more than wages.������������������The J celebrated Sage  Miller company is below and.is silent at present, the claim being laid over to the 1st September.���������-^The Chittenden is also a creek  t NEWS FROM EOOTBNAt.  jA^^^vM&sct from report :of the" Gold Commissioner,. P.  ,;"feJfi'MiUy, Esquire, at Kootenay, dated6thvJune, 1865:1  ',v'.-;^rf^There are now on 'the" creek ahout fifteen hundred  "wryF-ffl&ruve hundred of whom are profitably employed."  ^>-'^^*i*mong the principal companies at present working  -���������'y are the Bradley*-on, who employ eighteen men, six-  ^^������3^ipSof whom are ground slucing, and only two cleaning  Ay'���������yj&pfi&A-ro&i average up to last Saturday 12 ox. per day.  PA:   ���������> The Loyd co., wbo are worktog with-eight men, psys  "^y^WLtfylTovi 16 to20oz/ ��������� ���������   -A        ;���������,', i >f.���������.   ;^j|^,Doro eo. with twenty-five men^ptpd^ced last  claim, and the company is at..present taking  gold out of the b c d ro ck. whi ch ' is now exposed for several hundred feet, advantage  having been taken of the spring freshets to  ground sluice.���������Tho "Washburne co'y are  similarly employed to the Chittenden, and in  addition are sinking a shaft on what they feel  confident is a channel. Thin company bavo  put a iiume through their claim at consider-  &bte expense.  From the lower part of the Plumbago claim j  down to the lower line of the Washburne the'  creek runs through a narrow defile or canon,  but it then opens out into rather'an extensive  In this place a good deal of prospecting  good pay again. They have washed up 100  oz this week, already, and expect to have a  good washing to-morrow morning. The Wat*  son co'y are prospecting. -The Welch co'y  are taking out moderate pay. The Liilooet  have been running a drain to the Mozier  ground which was comptoted to day. The  Beauregard & Copfederate,'Cameron, Ratbey,  Dead Broke, Eankin and Prince of Wales ate  all paying steadily about the same as previously reported. The Prarie Flower co'y ace  still drifting, and .with good prospects of succeeding in soon striking something rich.  , r :-     '*,'     s" CXXON'CRKBK.   "  The work on the bed rock iiume is carried"  on with as;much celerity as it is possible; to"  employ. The work so far'has been very difficult, there being a great deal of blasting  through rim rock, but as.this is chiefly over  the laying of the flume will fee an easy matter and its progress toward -completion will  be very rapid., There are aipreient fourteen  men engaged on the work -under Mr. William  Madden, the foreman.  the?-Public thatijn eohseque^e;;.of��������� his reigning bis  position. Jh the ConatahuJary, and holding��������� no-office now  but that of Deputy Bherifl,"-lie-is rprwparod ������$p Ooll������ct  DebU,r attend-to Mining Trauwctions andfQonveyancing  generally, and is also Auctlon^c^yl^J^''!:  -.- 0i31c������~Next. door to ^A:;:R. ^"aoberteon), VBarriafcer,".  Richfield.' ��������� '      '--.'���������''fey "--.������������������ rry: A.AAi;I$$.  ���������'���������"fey-.������������������-���������DANIEL'-"rBr-CHI^HOLK.  -  r^gly!tthrlS6&t^7^r^ . g~^���������  WHOtESALE AND DETAIL pEAhKBSJlN  LIQITGR^^  BAKKERViLi>E:fu   d  BARTtlB -ORKEK.-1  In the Suprorae Court Pof^i Civil> J\istice of  o.-'.fei.fe      -Brifcish Columbia.*.; &$���������  ; ���������;/"���������;:������������������:-.  - a*N;B-A"NKK.y^T\-'y;-feyj;.  'fe':'������������������*' '��������� *n re,. M11,89,'P*  ^AVSA'.ii-om  "VfOTIGE is hereby given that a^Credilore^Meet ing will  jA ho held at the Court House, RichflolH^efore Hat-  thewBaiHte'BQgbie, ������gq,uirer Judge, onThuraday, tbe  20th instant, at 11 a. m., for thef purpose of awarding  a second dividend in tho above* estate;. ^.Creditors who  have not already proved their debts wUlihenheallov -  ed to do so.      By order of Court, .    ' y '   ������������������  _.   .    y OLIVER HAREf Official Assignee.  Richfleld, July ?th, 1865.        ��������� M .--���������>��������� zy 6  This small-creek lies between Ganon creek  and Oro Fine creek. There is a company of  miners on-it ground sluicing and their prospects are very encouraging*  .QUO FJDJO   CIU5ES.  A company have obtained a charter to flume  a mile and a half of this creek and the speculation is thought to be a good one. Coarse  gold in large quantities has been taken out of  this creek by Chinamen.   It is intended by  has been done in former years, but with thetllU1{, ^*v~-    - P ��������� ,  exception of the First Chance Tunnel co'y j the Flume coJy to utilise the laoor ot oeies-  and Foley.& Easton oo'y the claims have been tials on their work.  Airw&^in four days. 16ft oz.  ^StSS Keenan co.:,: 'adjoining the  5%i.tii;-������OB. per day to the hand.  3 &  _theabore, averaged from  per day"  ?;;.yFiaher-co.   employ. thirty-one men, and had five  ' ^Juices at-work.   They toofe out last week Z'2A ounces.  *;. ;Abov������ theae there are from flft^ea to twenty com*  ^pft&tes. paying froni $-10 to $20 to tbe band.  '���������- 3oi2e iittiaexcit������tneiathas been caused  :ltS^ffe������h dlaooveries have beea nafcde oa  yffi&lcb ie situated some 50 .sailes, southeast of  f ^^aolhlpg'idUable .Jtafe'.af.yet transpired  Cties.ar? -novr Qti Ing -W]t d[pr-^Kp-cVia t lis t  BANKRUPTCY 'NOTICE; A.  In-tha Supreme Court-of Civil Justice'of  British Columbia,  '*    '  .   IN BANK.RUI'TCt,   In re'RATSBAt Lavdb & Jacob Mesct?ae,: Bankrupt*;  W'HEREAS, a Petition of.Atfjucation Of Bankruptcy,  hearing date the S8h day of June, 1865, baa oesa  duly filed by Kaphcal Lande tand Jacob Mercuae, cf  Liilooet and Barkerville, both in British Columbia,  Traders in Merchandise and Storekeepers, and ihurr  either abandoned or laid over. The First  Chance co'y are taking out expenses, and  have hopes of striking rich pay before they  proce-ad much further in their present prospecting drift*   The Foley & Easton company  %rq"barely.making expenses.   We hope very       c    Xil     m���������   .    .  sopt^to pay another visit -to this.: agreeable j and expect to do exceedingly well after it is  and' pleasant locality^ ���������*        i in working order.  SIACARTHUR'S GCLCH. " XOYW  CFSBX. ���������     . '  ,������w *������awA trot dC^Tl theif "5C������������  The Discovery co'y onthis ^^������f *^^^  a shaft SO feet deep, finding excellent pros, ^f^^^^iy, on ������jott day, ti-^owrft  ^ects    We believe they have been making ���������     Ricbnel(i, and make a* fu������ dficovery..wd dUcK  Peci5'^J     *,r a������������������ frt **hf> "hanrl-fhrfmm6 ���������Jf,i*h*h.'������tVt������ and effect*, when and where the  from $12 to $15 per day to the hand for some  time.   They are about to erect machinery'  eure oi their estate and effect*,      creditors are to como prepared to prove their debt* an!  at the first sitting to clioow Crwiitors' fw^ ������d Z  amine the Bankrupt*.     All persons indebted to .he  C-SEFH FA?JC!. ���������%  te  BARKERVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 15,^65  ��������� " LIMITED UABILITY. [yA  To T2S Editor op the "Cariboo SExrrs^/  i '.gzjL���������I have read with much satisfaction  the letter signed "J" on this subject in your  ast issue.   With the greater part of wbat ap*  "peara in that letter most miners will agree,  but sir, I think there are other changes than  th"ow which' yoiir correspondent points' out  which are essentially necessary in mining affair* "J" finds fault narticularly with sec.  St, wbicb he sets down as inquisitorial^and  improper; just luch an interferenceuas mm-,  era would noYtolerate.'.. Notr-I do not agree  with your cbnesnondeht. for I believe that in-  telligent miners are just like *>therineh of busi-;  ness in wisbing to have their accounts accurate  ly kept, and bal ance sheets made but regular-  ������oi their own satisfaction at least. I do not  think that a company which wishes to; act  fionestly and straightforwardly-should shrink  from having their accounts inspected, even jif  it should.be by tbeir creditors, so long as such  iaterfer'ence did not arise from mere curipsity  fend impertinence. As matters/ haye been  aaanaged in the large majority of mining companies, how little is. known by the sbarehold-  era aaYe that of launching out^their^assess-  ment* when called on; and pocketing whatever dividends may- bo givenfthem,^itfcut  L^h^J50Jbft.or ca<nxo^t&UaJ^o^^  pended or taken out; I have been myself a  shareholder in several claims on Williams  and other creeks in:.Cariboo for three years,  and although I have paid away thousands of  dollars for assessments at the call of tbe sec-  r������t&Ty and foremaniof. companies, yet up to  "ibis boil? I never had asingle statement of the  acconnts and affairs ot tbdse :companies laid  before me/ Never did Judge Begbie utter a  truer remark'^ban. when ,be stated the other  ' 4aVin court that shareholders generally were  kept in tbe dark about tbe companies affairs.  If then the clause to wbicb "J" is so strongly  ��������� opposed in the new mining laws bad no other  effect than to correct the great evil, of mystification whieh prevails in,the. business ^ of  ��������� companies, I think it would be most serviceable could it only be applied to all claims,  ft may be said that partnerships in mining  ' claims are'hot analogous to: ordinary business  partnersbipa>b'ut;-sir, I bold and maintain that  no matter what may be the nature of the law-  .fnl undertaking into which enterprising ,-men  may invest their capital they have a right t?  know how it is expended.: and what return it  brinea;-just in the same way that a merchant  knows by his books how he stands in regard  to bis outlay and income.    At least-monthly  -accounts should-be made out in .properform.  i W4"properly:summoned meeting of the share-  holders,and full and explicit statements made  both as regards the management and working  of the claims: When secretariesarepaid their  $8 er $10 per dav for attending Jo the; business of the company, I think iurther, ;tbat a  copy of the balance sheet should *>e furnished  when it is required.    I know that it would  i:-.he difiSciiltto carry this desirable reform into  practice, but if one or two of the leading  ������ companies were only to introduce.it the beneficial effects would soon become apparaht in-  the enhanced value of mining property^and  in the increased confidence ofythe .sharefeo.ld-  ������rs in the management. Be assured, sir, that  the good effects would be "contagious" and  beforo long there would not be a single.hon^  estly conducted company on the creek that  would not follow the example of those who  had inaugurated the system.; If tni^refom  can be carried out without the aid of the  "Limited Liability" law tfien well and good,  if not a thousand times better to place <jom-  Wanies under it and take the consequences.  At prese&t every man in connection with an  unregistered claim is liable for the Whole of  the debts, Has," sir, no grevious hardships  and .deep injury been inflicted on individuals  in the past by such an anomalous state of affairs? Will "J" deny it? No, he cannot  Yours, '  A SHAliEnO-LDEtl IK CLAIMS.  ; Williams Creek, 12th July, 1866.  boats west up the Columbia this springy and the t'ay  before we got hers a man came down with a number of  tetter* froui those who are at work prospecting, and  ail those letters concur in saying that something has  been struck; but how good it .is, I donot know yet.  SbhVsbf the paily went up a creek that empties into  the Columbia and found a good prospect on the sloping  bed-rock going into tho creek, and when tho party who  came down, l������ft-, no bqttom had been reached where  they had sunk shafts on* the fiats, the water being tod  high to &e t down in the creeky' -  ���������������������������'Another party came down yesterday, who a re going  hack. They bring farther intorma tion that there are  some miners working on a bar above ihia creek, "and  doing pretty;well, I should not be surprised to find that  good diggings- have been found . oh. tbe Columbia this  summerv ,; v--"> '~i". '"���������'���������'y': Ai.--  y The; greater���������part of the 'boats that left h.������re went high  up towards the Big Bend; but from them we have  he������rd nothing. It was the tail end of the prospectors  who struck ihe creek 'above all uded tp. Two large  boats loaded withj merchandise started op this afterr  >noon:y The diggings are 250 miles above Colville." ..  fi -There has been no news received as yet from the  Government exploring party commanded by Mr,* Orr,  but everwhere there appears to be the greatest confk  dence felt as to the result of tha: explorations and prospecting* now going on.,    .:; .  ���������'.; ;  Mr. Ladner imforms us that tne Hudson Bay co. are  busily engaged in erecting a station, store*house*y&e.,  at the foot of Lake Kamloops, which indicates that the  cautious and and shrewd directors have no longer any  misgivings as to the future of the country alluded.to.���������  ���������British Columbian.'   ���������  Miner's "Provision Store I  CAMERONT������**  LIONS ������&  DOD~EE O  Wholesale & Retail Merchants & Dealers in  Liquors,   Provisions,   Groceries,  Olothing,  Hardware, Medicines, Drugs <k Miners Tools.  jZ^The cheapest prices on the Creek. ������������������ ���������  I  EICHFIELP.  PATRICK    KIRWI  PROPRIETOR.  This Saloon is fitted up in FIRST CLASS  STYLE, with  Fhelan's BiUiard Tables!  :> '^rThe BAR is supplied with the FINEST  LIQUORS which can be procured.  F.' GK  HAS  RETURNED TO CARIBOO  ���������_ AND HAS  Where he will be glad to see all <bls-  S  3  The Olctefit-  ��������� OAMiERONTON.  Establifibed Hotel  ..creek*  on Williams  If RS." CAMERON begs to intima te that she has open^  ifi. ed the Tiosiser Hotkl la Cameron ton. which ia  neatly fitted up. with every comfort; the Beas are ciban  and well kept under her own; sttperihtehdahce; the  Bar is well stocked with the finest LKJUORS; and the  Restaurant; will:be supplied wTUh every delicacy. An  offlcient Cook engaged. ...,.-,  - .From the long experience Mrs." Cameron has had lu  Hotel keeping on Williams Creek, and the large patronage formerly bestowed upon her house,1 she wiH leave  nothing wanting in her new Hotel to ensure the support and patronage of her old friends.  jQ������~ Hot and Cold Suppers to be had at all hours.'  '    !i    ;  ^  IKPOfeTAOT  . AiXkie Atmosphere is- pregnantVith rumors of rich di3-  ' Jk cowries ia this interesiag and promising-, sect ion %ot  coiiiiiry!. : Mr. Wiliia m Ladner, who \ has J uat returned  fr?J33a XAke Kamlobp?, informs us thftt he,saw Perry, the  Wtll.khown explorur? who had come over to Kamloops  ffi'r'.& supply ot* provisions,    Mr. Perry informed Mr.  liadner" toat he and-bis1 partners struck rich diggings in  ; a. -creek emptying into the Columbia - river at the1 Big  I5v'ndrat about -where the road from Shuswap Like will  : ������?trike.*the>r������Vf.r.. ��������� They took out $700 a piece in a very  -rihort iimi?, hut not having % supply.of provisions they  A. were com polled to leave.   About 60 men were on the  5 Cfetfk whtm he left to get provisions.    He represents  ;,ihe ^ines,there as quiteeq.a&l to Cariboo.   Mr. Ladner  ,, . ^  " ^bich thrre w������s a great rush;  McLanf5y of vale  ^m^Hai7iy;f7fro&m"Mr*^ Robertson, ,d/ted Fort  ���������v^I S krSSy' rbines, * and what he says maybe re-  ���������uii uwi?Mibetoff coVre.ct,;as far as he knews Mr.  S Lr^m isw- ������lcrt hnre four fry* ago tndara  EXPRESS   FREIGHT.  THK RATES FOR FREIGHT by the Stage from Tale  to Richfield wUl be  5to25Ib.������. ���������   *     ��������������� ' H������SSf ^  . 26 to 100 ft*        -       :\        ' WJ ft  over 100 lt������       -   '.    -        ��������� ������ V ft     .  THEOtiaH   IS   TBI?   HAT8.  F. J. BARNARD;  Important  for Quartz  s  AND  \a CSfbiilating library  IS NOW OPEN':having received tho largeat Btoc^c  of NOVELS ever imported oh the creek; they comprise all the works of Modern Authors i. W& have also1  received'20,000 of the finest brands of Havana O i-  tars, ever imported on the creek;:. also, Chewing aod  inoking Tobacco,; together .with ja/. fine lot of Per-  furaefy, Brushes, Pen Knives, &c. '; A large variety of  fine Meorshaum Pipes. Wax Matches at 7a cts. per doe.  //Ay/ liMME^ .  A\,' Great Fall in".itte,Price p^Segaw, A/A.  ��������� Genuine Havana Segars can now be had .at' the 6cci-  dental Segur St6re;rfBaxkerrille, for the small price,of  12 1-2 cents each,     'fe ������������������ '"���������-*��������� ?    ��������� ������.-���������- - y  :AMy.i >���������>-���������;���������;.= ���������-��������������������������� fefeh\ B*EN-:IJCHTENSTEIN, :��������� y  Z     './ -���������'-;���������'--'.'���������; '       ���������';   y.   -Manager., v;  G-BEAT ATOlMCTIQN!  :ArA ������������������������������������',;  -;'��������� A ���������'��������� '��������� at.,thi���������"���������.���������:��������� ^'''''yy'"-;^^  BARKEItyiLL^;r a/aA ' ^/a  A1AL THE;LOVERS;pr  ed to call and eiyo^lbeiMelyes,: *when !&,  hearty welcome willb e'extended^. ��������� i, / A  THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PREPARED TO ANALYSE ORES of any description brought to him  for that purpose Charges moderate.  BhlCK SAND, TANNINGS & BLOWINGS BOUGHT,  or CLEANED on Commission, at the Aurora Company's  Office.  . *U P, E. DEVINB.  *V'  Billiards, Excellent Eofreshme-ats and th*  best of order observed.  MAimN & co.  THE PARLOR SALOON  , BARKERVILLE.  ^f.   J '.;��������� A T C HIS ON.  THK WINKS   SPIRITS, ALE & SEGARS to be had at  this Saloon are th* best that oan be imported.  A First Class READiNrj Room 1  All the latest English, American, Canadian aid colonial papers taken in.  &g- a Harmonic Meeting held ���������ayciy wotk���������Judge  and Jury. ...,',...:  'R^T^fjtA.N.f  '"'���������-'���������i;CAM&6NTdKv-(  j   ���������Am  THE abovd fnvor&bly known Estabiuw*.  ;, ;,thouauperintendaaoo of -MADAM? t  JAJtES. its_proprietrtss, has j'uBt becaS Ji;  public. The Hotel is fitted up.in the'm^if ,  style, and the Roataurant is supplied with??1  cacies the.market affords.-��������� -A FlRSTcUaSftv!  been gecured., V,  / '      ''     \';   ^fe^^^  The choieeat braada of liquors &&$ tefcL A ������m,.  haridy*; ..-z-zy-yA ; ������������������ y*   wmjjwi  %������i'iM  iK'IMii  8rT. WILCOX, ?eo^    v  THIB   ESTABLISHMENT  WILL   BK  0Fn>     /  MONDAT NJBXT * the 19th" Inst; ifa.kjtMk  of Boarders." ��������� Th������ house has bee.i heatlyif^g^  will bo;^^ found'va comfortable homebiy mia^ .������a"  j^"* Lodgings FREE. ;f Board $16 per^ii, .-,..  Meals ��������� $1 -60;    MeaU supplied, to night ha&di. p|  ���������fe ".. ������������������������������������,'.��������� .  ��������� ....!.... Asi;..' ,,v./A ,y*..������������������:'.-,... ....    ~J>EQl1  mTGLISH-i:YANVOLE!TOUfilsi  A -?Rdi^^^vBaij������������-rTillo 9^���������m*0M  ways on hand tot the several stores of to^vS^y  Uieos Creek.    : .,.     mW>  FRANCOIS   CASJf^  BUT CHER, M  RICHFI3LD.  m  Mutton alw-aya kept on hand and^aii^  to Miners and Hotels at reasonable prittjftjft  -ninj  Will be given once a week by the  ;.  Cariboo Amateur .Dramatic Associatioi.  GAZELLE   SALOOlSr,  CAMERONTQNr   V ������   .  Adlei?  & Barry? Prop'rs-  This large Saloon is fitted up in a "stylo of  elegance and comfort, which. has no rival in those colonies. It contains two large Billiard Tables with all the  modern Improvements ;        '-s:H t.?'* ymM  j^ The Bar is furnished with XIQUOJCS At SEGAft3  of the finest quality and best brands, .y;: ���������:.-$:_ A ,  "The subscribers havo received.?a. matmine; for manu*7  factnring Soda Water,- and alsp.one for making Saraa-  parilla, both of which articles .they are now prepared  to supply to customers. ;'     ������������������...���������,,.-;.-,���������- * '  LIVE  AND LET LlfS  ' ' ?rr* 'fe-    ..   - ��������� tho';  THE SUBSCRIBERS   wUl constantly ketp to-  throughout the season a choice assortaieujciv"-  ���������   oral "Merchandize, consist^ of a*������  GROCERIES AND PROWSWj  SUPERIOR CL0TH1KV'''    if|  Boots and Shoes, Mining and OTa^^'tg^i  ... Faints, On^, Varkishbjj,. BRtaTO, fcg4:  .   8������- The above motto will be our guide ia.nrdat  licula'f.     ���������     . .    J. Hi TODDi;w������  Barkerville, B. C, June 1st, 18^.    : jj*  N. B.��������� In a few days our Spring Goods tfipg  when weehwll have a full aseortment of GciJL,  and Coats, S^ju'w^ter Hata Cotton Duck, S jn<  Powder, Oregon Hams, *������d No. 1 Scotch Oeiajje  ��������� ���������    "    "   -   :-   ���������_ <eU  ^?������  dn  GAMmOXTCMt  WILLIAM* C*8BK> R$l*  .ArAM' fe.; .:.-.-;..:���������;/;:,��������� y.:y A-M^Myy^M  WAKE   UP   JAK^  Bakery,    Cpj^  ASD  t.Barkerville,"B; C;i-'^y-y ���������..-:I-.'.'.y  y   A; KELLY, Propsietor!-:-''/  Everything: is done in connection with this establish  men t to give satisfaction to the customers, i*  :���������  n  RICHFIELD.  Kbrchasts aws Vxaxxxs ix  revisions,    Liquors,  And every other description of Goods required by the Mining community.  ^T Moderate Terms.   .-. ,.-.  CONCORD SPRING WAGGON, capable of seating  IX   nine passengers, besides carrying baggage.  ALSO,' '"   'AAy\  A pair of line American Horses, with set of double  harness for sale.   Apply at this office, or to .  MR. SHAW,   :.  2 Smith's Kanch; Cottonwood.  Qda Water & Sarsaparilla  FOK"SALE AT THE ���������  ���������GAZELUB SALO.ON, Gameronton.  i.*AA������t/������J^U       AAfc-WATA   ���������    IV SJLSMi^JMQ    %JSJMJi������  - ���������to��������� . ���������       j   yt      ., ' e'A'  Neighboring Creeks and Grnlohes^ .-.." ���������  ! JOSEPH 0- SPOONBR will run an Express  ! Kbo-gi^arlt, in connection with Barnard's Express,  1 from Williams Creek to Grouse, Stevens, Be'gg*, Antler,  '. Cunninsjharo, and "Keithloy Creek?,  i "Lettprs, &cv to be left *t tfxpr*-.3 Offlce, F-ic^fl^H^  ' r-r Jcfrfi B-iia'*, 5?*ifkHTlli������.  GKOCERIIB,  provisions,;     y  ;; .        liquors,  /.SEGARS,  MA  RET I  ������������������     At.  ...  I'  TOBACOft- M  ml  ..mJWMM  CROCKERY, J-yy  ^. \r-:lftN"lNCr":UTBN8I18l  '���������*'���������"/:.;  - STATIONERY,  1  Aii  ��������������������������� ["BOOTS 4 off. ;,^  DRY GOODSp^aV*     'ri  ^"Gooda bought at my stew ^BV  liv^d FREE OF; CARRIAGE to all ?*-  of Wiiliams Creek.; ;       , ��������� -    ^0  T  ESTANlERi  EICHFIEL1)-'���������".../' ,.m  This Eatablifthmenikiiow <>W������J^  era.    The Table is supped ������f>f* ^iWA,  delleacleaj    Coffee and Pies %^^JScn^AA  The Bar contains the Fmestr "flq���������f_^-^;  Haa InBtructionft to sellthofblidwing^  ,, claims,' viz:        ���������  IM interests in "Sage Miller^^ !&** e  ,������������������:%.$ i .do  1-2  1-2  14  1,2  1-i  do  do  do  do  do  do  dO:.  "Brown"      .do vimfv  -Providenco^'do  Wataon  "Forrest Row'! Coy������ w������* #  "Nevada"-  ���������."Barker"  "Coraish"  -f������flarihaldl,������.-  "GhaUcagaV.  'Hood>  do  do  do  do  l   . .   ������ do:-; Mr.: "Ciiaucngar. ���������;. .y% *'- , vyy  I        A:   ^ y    VfflfcWfl!? -       ��������� WJw^;V  iAlsd, a tew Bhaws'tt-th^vartoos Bed w^    f;,  All kinds of business connected w3  ly and carefully attended to.       .v.-rvmr^  $4 a/m/Am  //AM/  -��������� -.  .^^���������$Si  ������ -Si^^K: : v'"'J ''���������":';>v'":*"  ���������  S;f^F'L'E5l-������T>-T;0  I  i  ���������'...'       .       ' ,     '     '  ���������-������������������ l   -���������    ���������* ' -  - ;      -       - ���������    -          :������ British:CGota^  ��������� ������ .,    .......  COUNTY COURT;  n^fefe-fe fe..ytew������   ���������   - .   .-   au^rVsi ^jj.-:-,! tTi  ^UB������������',--D,   ���������'.--   V   ������������������������������������"���������'1   fflffizm^���������.  :"vjge^^;GoX,:^0i;-''-   ;>-:y.  &������S������2SL*e ..blob it ������������������������ pr������y������4 *k������ :  to free himself  act independently.-; 11 feel; certain i*hat if :he '-.; ;   of every comfort shorn*  -    - *������* ������,,Mi a flaerani yiplatioh of law m!" '*-*J,-*-: -n *'^mrtltisB hoax, ?J!yo fished  act independently.;; liwi^^. ______  does this suchy a ^flagrant. yiplation of taw  wbuld not berallowed asfori'a^^matnbertdhold  his seat oneftbur after ;hisactog as a Government official. The country hai^bw ameditnn  through which the people can ��������� makev their  voice and opinions heard, and Governor Sejv  mour willJiava no s^s^^^mifi^j^i to the  real tone of public feeling. <, I trust, air, you  will not fail to denounce,>uch conduct ap Mr.  Moberly is'guilty of untilhis.constituents get  the prpperTedress. [ Yours, . ��������� / r,  Quesnelm6uth} July XQth, 1865.y j    ,y; i  of everycomiortbuuau, ,.fl1,:j  Till todKi artieartle^hQ.^,,I-|.������? %#& yy  ������������������ I'd ne'er be<sn\bdrn; r-yy^^^k^-x:  '^^m$^mmmA:  0am^smm^mA  ��������� ymilestoithehour;. .;..-..��������� -fe-^'i^'^;tW*  Tho' destitute Mid *fW;.I������WJ^^';  so ������S^^^iSSi^^^*"  ��������� -pipebrteal'<:.- ���������.-.    ������������������ -.i ��������� -y- :������������������ -.-���������  ' ';..  Next mb^g^X^ffl^W^^^  piaiutiflf for^uiiajnouii^������i--r;Hff Bliedfor   ;      :    v      A CQ������tk^>^������������������/' ..*. "-"my frfendt^bonely^  iSSW'lSSsS^skl^sttai^^  ��������� ������������������������*;���������**-: *��������� - ^vv f ?��������� i  rvfrwrtf* '***������ i������ ��������� ���������.**#J������*i-������l  ������% ^Hil^T^, CPSnr coamwced sink.  -^ sJi^^^? Sb? mliie"event of the;shaffc eWi*������ott-on:,collM^g* w _  lour sold ^;4^f!^;^Sl^C :-r-fe  suit for *3o ������., i������^ 8      y - ��������� /   c l^^i&l^ -,Jua|bieEt;confeB8ed,  Wb0n next I saw him, oW'hpyr changed, ���������&������  ^'dthen^heen aix thontiis prpfl^cti%in ftf^  ^^'-in^^l^^.X^ir iisteaid of "to tofeeo^  ��������� -m] placeht smile, -;". "' i/AM'r.yr.^y^'MyM  Art old box)t-t6plie wofti feplaca'of the bright  j  ;',-."  I -"t'i..'-.^. ...'**'.*���������1.....'.-. ���������,..���������.! ���������'..���������.���������'I-.   ;';      >'.,   iiV-U.arVIJ  ; aud glossy,, tile;,. ,' -. , ��������� .x.... ��������� ..*, \, ,.:.  In', a tangled"mass, nttcttti'Jn'    '' '"'"~'M ***"������������������������  rich bead of-hair,-. 'ita?.*.?  h;0il������  "Sl^ii^!^blaim.,in:5tae,ejouv,v^;;^vw��������� ^"^"''J'^'a-rtiaffiiBs-.nonHBiuted.  ^5������������|tSS injunction.,t ���������--.. -J,  SSfedayito to come T  Jl^&rtspn wad *������ att  i^^un'r^^oui^l;J^7  wis taotaii^  i if there were  BANKRUP  thoHon:^. Justice1 B*|;bieO,.  ";;.";  . Tuesday, lltii Ju^ 1865<  PA   A0m^0^A  lt; _3 AT1(q that by request he  .,    iohjger.trimMea^wi^        ., ^    r..., .*   , .  His hands were hard, one'blackened iyS������-told  While his dress, in any land save this, wrjiild  ; :> ,>;! I ��������� doubt be thoughtindecimC;'^' : rA  His unwashed'faW, begrlmnie!d w|iffii.dirt,'iiri������?  ^/; wfinT&ed,^n,an^ xv/*'  In'faoti;-,tp use plain,teQWf^^oo^d''-^'auirt  iya "niosfe:accomplished blackguard.; - Ayyr.  I entered his amall cabin whiclir juflt^n<  i)ia,i nea^lfiie ^Rapides 'da ���������fip^.^-Th;e:^tt^e^:,;. ���������-  is awfully Mgh, but those wlM^t^^^^ ;,  taking out fair pay j from $5 to $12 per diem: ? I >  to'the hand^^Thew^ltb^  tfbm the Gdlvilleivalley atid^alla. Walft jn  Jhe; course ^f;thr^ or ���������{^���������'irfS^i^^^"'-'':^  gingg, so. far,; are^b  w*r-,..p_. "pebting the c1^lji^fe:Aiipin;ha-3.^ ���������.  l^hla'^iicS JSe regorta:a ;ro*dJ!������v--&e*^.iinipva^ *���������'  v. ,,.;.^,.. ������OTdi^wUl^ecoi^  .ytt*?. the routeavoriginally4i.ropoie3^  This routeihe^foliowedswas^ good to KobTenayv  Lake, but there they..met ^th T mountains  covered with snow/ which" they'could .not  ���������'i*������i������;-U-^-^;^^c^  diggings on the Upper Columbia 'prospect 25  eanta W|he^  $1 to thepah.^ ^Some������*c.ewstri^slhav^,ai8dCJ  been made on Wild Horse .Cre~ek.%; >"  ���������? ��������� -niifefeetaqtiare,;    :; ;.;.,.,- .,. ���������-, ...  And all within was comfortless, and desolate,  andbarey  ���������- ������������������/'. y'v,,,,'!  AndalLsnimn w~ w- --. , -:- Wtf������WffirMlq^ng|x^  romise was enectea m i-^mu .���������������  the proceeds of the^Alturas^claim.^ Ham-  Dttrger's accounts w|re paseedi ^tlw1 Court "remarking that they were anything but a credit  i fr'SB  all P03  l^i^p^clontasiBfe a "iW^SPSS^rSl *V     '"7^-:^  il^^and drift % ^^ *e^^ !i To tO������M W -������ "^ARIBOQ JW^,  Sllelnecessary to*ttaWiW������5^ mR-ToU lately called attention to the  .^���������.������a.���������i������ : he was Platoon, _, the^!---1 tod .f ������g������Sg  respondence of tne can rxauvwyy, ,^:r..:-  in reference toclbe -t1^ra^������jpf^-Poirtt'fUi^.'this season;  It will be seen' that' the' commercial de -  pression 'is^not' confined -to these coltttiiei  alpno, but is felt in the territory of the neigh-  ooring States:^"Thepast?mo  |zed the hcpi^l -e^ectationsof, t;he;commer^  I cial anC;trafickingJ &Qrid?>' who 1^ made  I rosy catculations * on aie^yrand^ prdniabie  business this spring^ with >the^ eastern mines,  and the people that go to and fro-betweea  * AV���������   -ntfc-VftMr hf 'dullhtimes, at  ''    miners say-^-       _     R������flpt dreams, he  Where free from troublfty ^ sweei arewi������,^._  !   wanderedfirawayj;.        --- ���������_,-^  His tableman in^ *l^^^  *"  seat,       ; v'u' ^-'i;^i ^AnndVBtdod^'  WJutf inthe, corner, on tbe; grqjffittf,f?������R .  ������: .*���������*,--:i mn-������������������-��������� .' ��������� . .' -__ w"u     ^..^ fl*^Af>tiann fta and;naymff spec  1^Mi^pnS\!hadeiamlnedth|neW  1#M������br tbe ^aw Mill company andean-;  ^^^^Srtike and sub8tantiaV:aad not  ^i������������SffiB, was of opmion that  ;'^-l&fiaft U necessary'; it is 19 feet  j^*^n b^r/of the Aurora  t Jyi^SOTP^ connected  iforCiy^f-Sgb'm declared thev wer^ w     T_ ���������_-;.  i| ueorge i.^ ���������   ' ii^-g Qf the com  fctaonJJ;  *t#  which the Wvernmeui xiw������ ������v*. *������.v..-.  Mr. Moberly to hold hisseat for Carihop West  in the Council, whilst he held an appointment  In the Lands and Works Department.    The  people of this part of th^ district have been  expecting-to find that the exposure would  have led to the instant resignation of the gentleman . referred to, as Ma Excellency surely  cannot attempt to brave public opinion and  outrage a constitutional principle by sanctioning the course which has been adopted by  his subordinate. ,Mr. Moberly has succeeded  ader Eripson, reter ������������m-������w-f .:-r- ia attaining the object for which he got into  George ���������faylor,' .Johii:fL>ylQ^iwd Xohii the Legislative Council. Why then does he  4 from three members of thei epmp!������iyt attempt to cling to a position which should  0 Kennedy, Walker, and Lynn, afiida- be occupied by an independent man! But,  fere also put in. ' air, I fear there will bs no redress in such a  ^.ober&h, in a very able speech, re- aaae as this, unless by sending a petitibn to the  ~ ��������� -   . . f ^ v -^^ w������ inrdahb. and Secretary of State for the Colonies and letting  that right honorable gentleman know how the  (Government carries out his instructions in regard to "independent representatives,'' Surely Governor Seymour does not want to pro-  vok������ us to this unpleasant course?   I entertain ft high tespeefrfor his Excellency,-fori  believ������ he is actuated by the best of motives,  but I am persuaded that he is imposed uponi  by the clique by which he is surrounded and  that he ia often prevented by the influence of  others from carrying hia good intentions into  ���������->~~*irt~     if thA Onvernor desires to retain  IpoSSbare got to^rink^ aa^  ^itgSbacco^tr.b^^^  Somfffind water[fa*******  did as he said,    .-���������       ���������rftftflA ftnd then  He fried itin some; bacon grease ana^ in   pronounced it bread;��������� -       ,  The last pieced bte bacon cooked, upon  first a whisper^ begins to oo ������uu������u,v,^v, ~~,..^,  who dreamed that the rush'to the mines was  a perennial flow of pennies and ^paying spec -  ulation,,are^ the  question���������Can it be  ebbing already'I"'"'.j^qfA,Wq"..'p"JEi8t' three'y^ara  Portland haa been more than prbspe^ous-rtenv  largingnerbouhd-ariep^ business,pbpulatioii  and property values, ������more than" an hundredfold.   Such 'a rapid increase of growth and  wealth ia, naturally enough, followed by a  season of rest and apparent re-action; and I  know of nothihjg iaour municipal constitution  or situation that should "exempt us from the  usual penalty for going very fast.    And I  <*..-���������,_ aa* *A f*v ft- Aur inflation dep  A.Vtt-an        ,-. ��������� ������v ���������    .  broken. shovel,  We placed our grub upon.-the tub, in the pen- usual.-penalty-ior gout^ *^������j ������^r . ��������� ^_  ter of the hovel. think that, ao far as our inflation depends up ���������  Our aupper soon dispussed���������-we each then lit 0^ the eastern mines, w������ may conclude that  -���������*���������'****** "" the breease is abating, and will never be any-  Son.  He would not oppose the ap-  Cosily :, ^"Ka Court proc. e^ed to pas* Pd8nlf.nt  ^ ' ilfiefKatconsideriAlelengtbrpoi^  B>isB,f ' ��������� Snt in a lucid manner the inconTenience  ^fip^rS?hat might exise intheerg  S"qji refusing the inunction, and finally  SsSl-J the injunction.  a pipe of tea,  Which drew from out nay worthy friend this  strange soliloquy:  .:, ,y y. ty--.\  "Wbo, but an idiot, ever would have sought  these cursed mines,,-. r        ��������� ��������� ' ArrMAM  To live like any other beaBt, 'mong mountains,  rocks and pines;  And yet, I was advised to come, as all must  . succeed here, A A:.:  Who had the energy to try, and the pluck to  persevere;  The bible, too, proclaims in words I could not  disbelieve'- -..'' *" ���������'"/;";'.;..- '  Whate'er ye seek ye'll surely find', whate'er  ye ask receive/  Yet here for months I've  and tried again  on the eastern mines, w������ u*������j vv������.^.���������  the breeze is abating, and will never be any-  thing like a tornado again.''  ,,, Rioht, to a CRACK-rAnEngliBh gentlemen  wanting a desert-service of porcelain made  after a particular pattern, sent over to China  a specimen dish j ordering that, it should be  exactly copied for the whole service.   It unfortunately happened that in'.the. dish so Bent  over, the Chinese manufacturer discovered a  crack; thp consequence was, that the entire/  service sent over'to the party ordering it had  ������-��������������� ������r... a crack in each article, carefully copied from  edyi've tried: 'The generality of men more easely forgive  & rival ttian a faithless woman-^unlike worn.) n  who always hate the female rival more thru  the faithless lover* '��.-.... �����.��>,��>���
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Cards,. BiUfeHea^, iCircUjars,  Posters  and
Programmes for,Bans|and,Thea^o^ E
^ ��sa :vr ^ter^miients^    ^  :y      '[A
J^eooted v/jth Neatness anil Dispatch at' this" Office!
iiA'AyAy -yy .���j^-Terms Moderate.^!*; ;:...::-.;;
y^iribo������S*ntinolV Office,    \'"i[ -     'Ai AM   ���   'A
BarkGrviUe, .Williams Creek; �����; /���.- .,';y<!;.P.r|-fe���'���������^';---'���''3
THE BANK OF
British golumbm
7
fe READ I NO    ROOM J
.s ;���'.< -4MMER0NT0N. WIliijU��vCBHSK, j ,r;lt-,,
t:f**HE: TERMS OF SUisCRII^OKhayebeea r^duoe^^
it' &% -per- month; above >' 100 ,vdiames; of New; Works
have been.'cnlyiatelyttdded to the circulating library/
Parties are solicited.to subscribe;' Al: �� ��� Hti "SK I'M Am$
:   r; tyy^y ;y.#';.y-     JOHN BOWRON* Librariahyy
Xnoorpbrated by Royal Charter.   \ ���"'
' V;|^0$1*250,000
IN 12,500 .SHARES,   OF $100 EACH,V..
.    With Power to Increase.
J. K.  SUTER,
^^INING 'AQENTTANBT BROKER|
$/A- fe-.'':-.- ��� y;RICHFIELDi|  -yQ   ���   . 'J*'*"'*
^1'kinds of Agency JBufiiness|attcnd^\to.
fe'      Office opposite the Paris andjLondbn HotejtLJL'
?. ���/.]// r;F.ORTiyHOPEa;:....'lf ' l'[
/GEORGE   LANGVOIG-T,   General  Dealer in
\XGROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c., Fort Hope; B.C.
THE BANK
EstIb
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4   .Cb^htss. | :fl *
JBEGG^& CO., Commission Agents, Vifc,
��� toria, V. I. Carjboo Merchants, Mining Compan'
les,*and individuals requiring suppUcs of Provisions and
other Goods from Victoria, are hereby informed that we
'prill purchase supplies at Auction and otherwise on the
hept of terms at 10 per cent. Commission,- including
charges' of shipment at Victoria, where remittances are
rt-gulred to be forwarded to our. address. ��� ��� Freight contracted through to Cariboo aU the lowest rates for customers. ' Curiboo references���James Cummings, 'Ayr.
pMr'e LSsb' and 'Prince of Whales' claims/ and Charles
Mcllardy, Salt Spring Island.Co.1 Grouse Creek.     1
,;, ;��� ,i;iN: yANCQuv^ER; island,;;:-���;-.;
tlCTOftU^^ ''/ A
NANAIMO���Bank ��f British Columbia;
^/'j/Mr m^R^H>COtl^IAf;.:':/::
NBW %ESmi^^R-3ank of British Cblnabla;
TALK^-Bahk of British Columbia!l
MOUTH QUESNEI^BaHlc-ofBipitish Columbia;;
Ai^-^imMTiSD (STATES, r m
SAN FftANCISCO^a'nlcW British Coiumbia;    V
PORTLAN��, OREGtiNj^Bank of British Columbia;
. i/^A'^/^:A^CAi^^A:/:/\y^ 'AA "
' BRANCHES & AGENCIES;;-���';.
Montreal, Toronto, Quebec;  Hamilton, London, Kingston, Oobourg,   Belleville,-Brsntrord,   Brock-
vllle Whitby, Peterboro, Ottawa, Gualph, .���...
5 Ooderichv Stratford, Picton, Perth,
; Simcpe, St. Catherines;
IN ENGLAND,    ���
LONDOK���Baakjof British Mumbia--flOJx��m>afi3 St.
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HICK'S HOTEL, Lyttok Sqdjirs,;New Wj^TM|.NafER.
B. C, Philip Hicks, Proprietory The above favorably known house is now:open to the public; the Bap
is constantly supplied with-the choicest brands of
Liquors and Segars. ".'*���'':    A. * ���-**>'    - '     ....  8
HENRY HOLBROOK. %liaT^ager, For-
.war^liig'and Commission Merchant, dealer in Provisions, Feed|V Ac; .vBoadod.: storage for^lOOO tons ..of
Goods in Stone Fireproof;^^iWarehbuse.' 'GwdS'Forwarded up country, and every accommodation given :to"ves.
sels loading or discharging at the Liverpool or upper
wharf., ,2��ew.Westminster, British Columbia.,,  ,   ,s
Paid:i\p Capital,   ��� ��'%
Undivided Net Profits
ifef.
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NOTICE;
&���������
It'.:
rrjlE ACCOMMODATION which. this House aflbrda to
1   travelers cannot  be surpassed;  the Table is well
supplied with the best the market Affords, and tho Bar
V\ stocked with the Purest Liqnors; Beds, Stabling,
>Jny>Bd OatS.     , .    ������-   ������������;.��� s
-��� - aw^��*3'-^I^E;*^K-0USE^
- /yy/ Walters bros^Z ; !/...-.���:
HAYftyOPBNBD THK ABOVE i HOUSE for the reoep-
tiouof travelers; tbeTablo Is well kept and the
l^ouort oannot lse surpassed; the^Bed- are ��lean and
comfortable; Stabling for. Horses ;   Hay and Oats;at
nuoderat��rates.   .���;.;-."  /.'������.������-���',���.,������-���������;���:���:>.
Ill MII^HdlTSE.
y'y BLAIR BROS., Propristorb. ; '/���, A j
THIS HOTBL IB LAROB AND WELL FITTK) tp
for the comfort of travelers;'the Table-is suppliad
with the bast"of everything that can-be had, and the
looking is noi inferior to the best hotel in the lower
emmtry; Bedroom* for families; SUbling, Hay^ and
Q\tr. \ The, Stags stops at the 111 Mile House over night
^n its way. down.country.
CURRENT fACCOUNTS opened for anj rsasouaira&l-
lees than One Hundred DollirTL   ���'���������:���   ���������    ;: r- M.*r
on Great TJruam, San Francisco and New^rork
chased. '������'���' ��� ��� ���' 'A. y.'yfe;���.������;y; ���?;_ yy~\y r.ifi;y 3,-:.;^a��������� ���
Drafts Issued on all "the Branohes and-AgsnclSfc--: AA'
Government? and other Securities ;rec��ivea;. fori safe
custody; InterestsiaritfDividends coHlectsdii ���
A -.LL KINDS OF DRy GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS
J\. and Shoes, can bo 'bought' cheaper ai the store of
the undersigned than at any other place i& the colony.
Every article marked in-plain figures. % Terms���CASH.
N. B.���Orders from the upper country receive prompt
attention. ARTHUR BULLOCK,
a A, Opposite Colonial Restauraritj New "Westminster
pur
E   MARKS,- Watchmaker <fc Jeweler* *
o.;.. -Kates street, - Victoria,*-Vj ��� I.; keeps con- i
atantly, on hand a superior 8toq^>of Gold and %
Silyer^WATCHES, JGold Chains,. Buckles, .Platedy?w,
docks,  &c.     Particular attention paid*to'-repairing
.   ^tchea an&Jwelrj��^
fTrromHfie^country prompt)y a ttended to,?���;��� - fe !^y;a
Recaiyed on Doposit? or Advances
"���.r0*unero:5cn^^
3��*iOR^Ji��fc
Well & ^Sl^^
SPORBORe & RUEFF,; Commission Mer-
,CHANTS, .Wholesale Dealers in Gnocs*iisa and Fko-
viaioNS, Wharf street, Victoria. .";' '9m
EDGAR &-AIHE:.,w^a^*^^ ^^ ^^��,
Wholesale Dealers in GROCXjiim A���� P��0viSioH8,.;
Wharf strcet/rVictoria, Vancouver Island/',    A \ . a  -
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W^Q9tid��: 7, ST.;HBLKNS I^cg'LQ^^
Sajt yRAHCisoo-���F. H. Grain & Wis. Sutherltad
Nbw. YdRBii-iWalter ^Tatson A James Smith An
Montreal;: ly Quebec;Cr>:,,  Toronto;r������* �����.'_;,?.{
Kingston;^.  London,<SW; Brantford;������S^W
-    i,:::;: ;r.st.- Jbhns,;-N.,B. \A Victoria,f 1 ��� ftx^f|
������  - Minn aaah viwarajB-sT; ^ -.-/v?-; r H
Soot*ulki�����National Bank of Scotland;' /' -   !-, m
iEE-UKD-^Proyrncial Bank of Ireland; F
Fhamcb���Marcu&rd, Andre & Cio,iParh;,
..Austrai-ia���Union Bank of Australia;
Ijr^ia, Chika & JAPAJf-^ChartersdH MereantUa fi,hi'
:s-';/: j  India,rLondon and China.' A" y ,B
DRAFTS ISSTJED on I>jmibnr New York,
Cisco,- Canada,' New Brunswick, Nova Scotia,'
the Branches; of) the, National Bank:' of .vScofWTSP
I^winciaLI^nk^oflroU-^,-^'. :,-,, 'iAyA'A r S
y - Bills of Exchange auid, Gold. Purchu^, m
i Interest on Special Deposits of Money allowKittip?
rate of a quarter of one per cent, per month ^ ^
; ya^The Bank receives Gold *pus't'a'nd Banftf ^M
keeping without charge; undertakes the purciujiu^p
""III
ishi
Gold Dust Melted andVAssayed, and -rotsra ajii AA
* Ores of Weri*'description carefully Assays
:.:N-. B.���Any instructions as to the disposal^^,
ceeds of:Gold rDust,forwarded;to the offlos ii\\^
for Assay will be carefully attended to-
sale"of Stock: the Colleciion ol Bills and other mp
buuiness in the United States and British Prorji^::
X G.
^ictoriaVV;^^11^1885.^
SHBPH"fiRDl:v"li%;\,,,
>  ./-.fe-   ; . y -,     -U"!
EXPRESS FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
';���"������   ��� ���'   ^*Zim^AArry;xA-yAAM^
COLONIAL
^.s'AA/QV2S$Kb  HOCTH, ^ ��� -
P- L.^JOHNSON,^ PBorairroR;
Meate .^i all; hours j and -pookiag of the beat
. ���'.;'���';���'.��� fe.;-'.; ���: description.:.. r[ A; .,  r -.��.,���
THK MOST KXPIDITIOPB AiSI) ECONOMICAL, ; AS
well as the most comfortaMe mode of travel to the
lower country is by this line. --A' ���. >fe .������> fehfe vyi v >
SADDLE TfiAIN Jeaves I^cbneM onriCo3.nATa.and.
TnyRSDATS at NOON, in time to catch the STAGK,at
Cottonwpod for Quesnel Mouth andv the Steamer for
Soda. Creek. BARNARD'S 'STAGES leave^SbaafeCreek
every Monday and Thursoay, at���S'-Su.^rif.-.r! ThQtThurs.
day��s Stage will lay oyer, at BLAin?B; IU mile post, and.
at Custox for rest; the Monday's Stage' at Cliktoh
QUESNEL- MOUTH;-.;". ���" ;, .    :>���: .y
BROWN & GILLIS, Propribtos*.
Good Beds; ReBtaurftht; Billiard Tabfo, &c.
SUbling for Horses, Hay and Oats.        a
CLBNTON CITY, -
.. 3r:'��.AN.COIs;.CHAj?EROK,; /..
Baebr and General Store Kbbpsr.     .
KWONG LEE & CO.,
CpMMrsStON '--.MERCHANTS^'"
Importers and Dealers In CHINESE GOODS, Rice, ^a:
:x    .   ; gar, Tea j I^rovisiona. ' .'������-. v
���      QUESNEi   MOUTH.- .   a
3; PERRODSN,
WHOLBSALE AKD ���RETAIL PROVISION AND GSNB-.
BAL MERCHANT,- .
Boots, Shoes, Tinwaro, Kto.
,.   QUESNEL MOUTH. e
osLT;4l?oth arriTing at rale intime tocatah thastBata-
era' fbr-New Westminster^ ���**��� *My:: ..&?��$ (x.-&w. fi M-M.
rJST Through Tiekets may bs obtained at the bfllce
.In Kichfleld.-.   ���������r.n ,.,       ������.-.. ���.�� A A, ....; ':.:;���.''.������'..' '��� " **;'������ ���
LOWE BROTHERS, Commission Merchants
a nd Importers of Provisions, . Grocjsxii ss, J'itcch
WinesJ iLiquors, Havana Cigarsj Naval Stores, itbpe,
Canvas^ Oars, &c.; Wharf street; Victoria; z1 /y,yv   -g i
OT. aEOBGK HOTEL, ViewfStreet ^i
:^T6��rAT ?���-ThKrSotel-.towh^
rant 1and;::-BaS;ri^i2;:tr>0n^
bstabllshments! of ��� the kind on the Pacific Coast; W|
furni5heu rooni8si(br single persons and families, W
.most imports nt London, French, and California a��
papers rccbiv,ed,for,the use vof boarder*.   ,
FELLOWS, KOSCOE &; CO., Impo-rtersof
GBNBRAi Hardwarb, akd Irok, Moore^s Building,
yates' street; ������Victoria; V;' I.'��� ���   ��� ��� ���, '��� ��� i  *: *" 2m ������
m
HmBEN:&,CABSWE"LI-, Importing Book-
SELLERS & STATIONERS,"..constantly supplied and
receiving from best Bources,:School, Standard;.and Mis-
oetlaneous Books, and Stapl�� and' Fancy Statioaery ia
all its Branches. CorneryYates and^'l^ngley street^
Victoria,- Vancouver Inland, y _ yi. ' ^-.. -sTv^ M& ::/*-
s-
ALBION mON WOBKS;y^o^iaf^."L?
A 5 Manufadture ( Steam Engines and Boilers of 'all
sises,* Quarts Mills, Mining Pomps, Flouring Mills, Gang:,
Sasb, Mulay and Circular .Saw.. Mills,^ Iron and-Brass
and eyery thing connected; with- the business.
PMM'^. - M.yy    SPRATT'&KRIEftLER- '
VAN WINKLE, CARIBOO WESTV
THB above splendid Hotel is .now open for the pnblis;
the proprietor having taken great pains thromgh the
winter to make it the most superior house in Cariboo.
Good acopmraodations, with suits of rooms for ladles
or private parties.   Atiiached to tWai Hotel is a   H
First Class.Restaurant &Bid��;
where can he obtained th�� inost cooics brands of Wines,
Liquors, Cigars, kc. , ���   MMAMM\. A
"���' '> ���    N. L^JSIdCA>F��RT, Proprietor.
SCOTCH HOUSED A. Mci;eari^nd: Co.i
Hosisrs'.:ukdyGrjcsrai. OpTFtoTERSv - Miners: and:
others will find at the Scotch House a.splendid stock of
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, and Dry Goods of every des-'
cription, all of theibestquality, and at very moderate
prices;   Fort street, Victoria;, V^IV'T'AAA'M^J      ��_[
ri LABKSON & CO; f.Dsauers i�� Bookb,-.. STATlOXni^
���Xj Music and Musical Instruments, NEWS [AGSW
Ac, Columbia Street, NewWestmlhstervf    /     s   -,
feT ; AC McCKEA, "A^btioneer^:>WHA��y grj^,:
��/ ���������i.rVictOfis| Vancouver Islaad.-,.;--;;-- ^ .-My.,-,   '  .1 ��� f
ANXKL SPOTT^&V COH Auctioneers and
:'.Commission M^��aJ��tsj City:Auction Booia^faH )
street,; iViciorJi..<3ash"<adyanced on Merchaaitti^ to'��a��:^
amount. :consignedfor^8ale.;; y. Reference���H<m.^.Vt*-|
tATSojr-;,bf,H.iJB", Co ar^d-LJoyd's Agent 7 ; ' V-'X ���;
P^DAVIiS & CO.,; Anotaoneers & Com I
:MiSSlOS ^ MsRchaw rs;/ lire Proof: Stone Bu\\m p
Wharf -'street,, Victoria, IV. L     Liberal Advaaoss taiif ���?
:on Consignments^"   '-}:i-^ ->''-' >^zy'y,,y ���ny.'*]^
.   ������:~i..i.. Jv7,-V=r ^'���������^?'Lj^.^|��..-^i,-^��  -^-y     -g^'. ---V.. ^..���������.--.-..������-11-.   ...t    ���.-..-  ..���
JOHN P.^COUCH.,Importer and General?
W COMMISSION MERCHANT^Commercial Row; Wkiili
atr��fitj:Vic(^ia^'^n6ouvef^Isw        ; :*y y  !y ;:;.-��� :���=���*��� n; ^
IF   TOU    WANT
BUNSTER, :
GOOD    ALB    ENQUIRE y FOR
T HOORHEAD and CO., COMMISSION,-MEIV
O ��� CHANTS and Importers, of Grocbribs, . Pro-
vi8i6ks,.Pr0duc-b, Ac., Wharf street, VictSri^ y;^ I." ?������ s
...Old Establisbed -GaincRAL
PRO^SIONST iraOLESAtE & COMMIT
.:,; ;::SlON':]^RCHAOT      .:.;;;;;: //
��t &o.--Terms most Moderate.
QUESNELMOUTH. *'"-'��
Kelleyoc Lane, Proprietors, /'-���'������
i OOP BEDS, Good Accommodation and the Best of
J Liquors at the Bar; Stablingfor Horses, &c.   ��: s
To; prevent Baldness,^Restore Hair that has
* fallen off or become' thin, and to cure efrectuaiy
'�����-'���'������ '��� Scurf or Dandruff,   ������"fefefe' ,-y^.fe.;f:
GvARAjrrsBS tb�� Rbjbtoratiok or: "HAm Am .'cot w��eac.
V' FOR THE TOILET���This; Ihvigorator, is made particularly for Ladies after illness to- be used with tha oil
prepared by the proprietor. First saturate th�� head
with the Invigorator;Tubf welt withahardbrush; then
oil. It will also relieve the headache, and^give the hair
a darker glossy color, .and the free use of It will keep
both tbe skin and hair in a healthy state. ��� Ladies will
find the Invigorator a great addition, to toilet, both in
consideration of ite'deficate and agreeable perfume and
the gpaat facility it affords in dressing the hair, which
when moist,with, it can be, dressed in any F^euirsd
form so as to preserve its place, whether plain or in
curls. When used on childron'sfheads, i t lays tUe faur..
dation for a good head of hair. \" .
* 6   : ��� ���        ��� Prepared only by
'���' ����� L   -'..,-  -   ���   "- ��� WAS.  M08B3,     ���'
Bsrkefvlllft, next door to Madame Bendites'g
THOiMAS ALLSOP, Land Agent and Oen-
saAtiXoiauraioM::Aos��T,'.(toyeriiment:stt!eetf'^iet6-
:��� ria^ Vancouver Island;:..y-M' r'.' *f,r+* ?.. ���.;. mrs.~,::, z fJ,���,��.,.,
JOHN WILKIE andVC^.; Merchants; Whwf
tf Street, Victoria, Vancouver Island.   . y   ^   "     a. -;:
DB. POWELL, has Removed this   Office-
and Residence from'.Fort: street to. the premises
lately occupied by the Mayor on Broad street, Victoria,
V, I.   Office hours fc a. m. to 12, and 8 p.m. to 10.  - s
^ OliDSTONK^and BBOTHER,: Agents-fri
y-the^oneer. Flour, Mills,. Commissios- Mkrchaw/
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in* Grocbries, YiA
visioxs; Dry Goons; CtoTHiKc, Boots and Saoas, 4c,'
twoistoryvFireprddf ^Buildingj Reid's Block, bew��t:
the Btorea of J. Wilkie & Co. and Stewart & Co., Wb��f^
strwt, yictoria./    .  A,-"A.. .        ���".-. 'A,y[    . .��".i
LI L'HOTELIER, Importer and Dealer in GM
���   CEBIES, PROVISION^ WINES A LIQUORS, )fft I
7 Wharf street,-between Johnston and fates, Victor!*, i
Vancouver.Island.-       ' yy-. ���������-.-.- yyAAAiA.:. A . '.). |
fHt>MAS S^TBOLT; Dispensing Chemiit 1
AHn'DRraoisT, Johnson street, jVictorla, V l,n- l
spectfuily solicits tlie attention of Miners, and thepsb- |
lie in general, to his> well assorted stock of pure lt.0 %
Drugs, Chemicals, and Perfumery"; alsoto, 'his M/ilaf* I
for Rheumatism'/ which Hz an' invaluable reme^/ !<x %
this distressing complaint.:;      :y . ������.������;   ���-���'���'���;> ���:    J4
J.
J. SOUTHGATE arid CO.,  Uztioh Wharf,
Victoria, V. I, and Battery street! Sali Francisco.
New Westmiaster, British
MsjsflRg. GRSttsv Brothsrs,  ���'';-���
. \YjMi^;5KlT1SH (COLUMBIA;
Hay aiid G-raia at: Lowest Rates ;  Good
G��A.ns to parties bnying Fsedi...
Columbia,
' -'��� y Proprietors.
tou�� Haib is
OmcE���CAMERONTON:'-
FALLING AND BECOMING THIN,
call and have it .
before you ars bald headed.
' ' V;-.  B. MOSES,-'
Barkerville, "v7!Jliams.pr��ek.
Victoru, February 24, .1865.
HE-'.UNDERSIGNED, having purchased the goodwill
of the late firm of Goiuj, Da via & Co., will'continue
the Wholesale Provision and Commiasion Business,-at
the store, corner of Bastion and Wharf streets, Under
the firm of WEISSENBURGER & SCHLOESSER. Mr.
Julss David will act as Manager of said business. The
business on Government street will be carried on as
heretofore. WEISSENBURGER & SCHLOESSER
EUGENE THOMAS, Yates street, YjfefeWi
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WINE&-PWKDI��.
BEERS^ ik LIQUORS of every description, ^.flwfli* ^
warded, to the Mining Districts.     < . ���
EDG-AK MARVIN,   Corner Fort ahi>: Lanolst
Street, dealer in IRON & HARDWARE.   Agent for
the sale of the Boston Rubber Belts. ,, ay.
LEWIS LEWIS, CLOTHIER, TAna'ninr�� Victoria, opposite Bank of British North America,    a
GSUTHO & C0.t luroRTBRs akd3 Dealers is
���   CIGARS, TOBACCO, Meershaum Pipes,-&c, S E.
corner of-fates and Wharf street, Victoria. A      ' s
Vi
HOTEL I)E FRANCE, Victoria, V.Im^'
1 BtcjiK AjfnPiKHBEMANcisr,-Proprietors,   TluBjJ
iaurant:is supplied with; all the delicacies the djm��
affords, sin the Bar will be found the choicest Liqvob*
Furnished Rooms, &cV  -"   ' .";,","'.If
flBELLEY ���*' FITERBE,  Victoria, V.U
,\3T Solo. Agentsjfor Napoleon's Cabinet Champa^
PietresBonde St0 Aubiu Champagne dry, Bouche do dry,
Jules sfummCbftmpaghe, Eugene Clicquot Chempa.Wj
BOkers Bitters, Sainsevain's California Wine and Biters Hostetter's Bitters, Bancroft :Cider,Logaac Claret
G. l*rolier Claret. A large etock: of Bonded WQ*>
*"--- JS-j, Whiskeys., and Liquors of every deflcriplic��
mha'nd. l    -   GkstLiT & Fitbrr��,
Importers aud Wholesale Dealers,
Junction Wharf and Johnson stream
Brandies
always oh
Lb
Watch-
J. L.   Jungermami,  ;.'^t_.
has removed to, the Jir*
REMOVAL.
MAKER and JEWELER, _ -....  _ . Yl
proof Brick Building, within one door of Wellfl, F*^
&.Co..'s Express Office, Tates street, Victoria,. V..I> ���*
F. HEISTEBMAN, LAND AGENT*/ 38 Gov.
ernmant street, tw6 doors south oif Fort street
Victoria, Vancouver bland. v        , a
DICKSON, CAMPBELL & <X>���. Oommis;
aios Merckahts, Wharf street, Victoria, Vancou
ver Island.' :Hv N; DrcKao��:& Co., London; VicSB^t
DsWolf & Co., San Francisco. :,".-
F. V. LEE,
Anctioneer,  Hining Agent,
.RiCHFIKLD.
^^-AlLAgencgr Business attended to.
and Colleotor,
THOMAS GOLDEN, Wholesale and . BIetail
Dealer in WINES, BRANDIES, BEERS k LIQUORS
of every description, Corner of Fort and Wharf streets.
Victoria, Vancouver Island.    : im     '
BLACKSMITH, MaCEIKIST AND'. MAKlJ-
-s    ��� ��� FA^PTRBR Oj? "CoorrNG RAKGJS^ *'
BARKERVILLE, B. C.
fnt  .SLii ibe,wm��rAw thers ^ Plenty of bay for Forward Goods to Bthe Mi
^h^r^ihuf^ D,rPili?�� House, togetherwith   terms, jaod without delay,
J�� feted** ctsbles, Ac. ��n tho premises.     . I above will be nromntiv *
b* cared for
f��edi
Cittl
Apply, hy letter, to '-A/'  Cariboo SenUneV office.
nniME ia Monbt, and if you\,would save both shin
&Hle'  ��n^ Columbia,  begs to' inform Shippers'
and the public in'general that he is nowphepar��clv5
nes.on thu most reasnna^s
��� All goods consigned to tfo
promptly attended io and stored in'\
fireproof warehouse. to   ^
HENDERSON <fc   BltK^ABY,   to^ST
andTCommission MbuchaStsj Wharf street, Tic wn-����
V; 1.^ and No. 17, Gyabecharch street, London.       6}
E' ! (5rALt��ANbAtNE, GENERAL'COMMISSIO^AGE^
��� andM Collbctob,  Government street,  Vlcwn^
Vancouver Island*
fiJJY HUSTOH, DsAiiR iff GUN.S, PISTOLS
XX i.hg T^cklb; PdwpgjR^SHoT, vales stres^ viewn*
~���"';-;'";.'-;���.  :vi;'���r -^ *���'   . Tm,
JULIUS'-LOEWt&..�����.,< IMTOB5-BK8 AHP\W��[JW��^5
'DKALKua; Agents for Tilton & McKarland,Fir�� ��u
Burglar. Proof Safes a nd Vaults, Victoria, V: I.
WONG LKB-& CO��,  Com��I88IOM MercsaJ^J"*
pfirters and Dealers in CHINEE ^^rf2
Sugar, 'i'ea, Provipjons;v*Ac., Cormorant street, betwB
Government and Douglas streets, Victoria, V t

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