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Published every: Satardiay by /���   *
/ R* O BJB'i'  j'aLi'o'^A'T'i
Sts^oriptioni; -  -  50 Cents per Week.!
r ATE^OP: a t>yferr?is;<5".
uaroxbue Inch),' 0rsii'd-bkil
For tw o sq oa r es,-,_*. rs ii _ se vtlpn, * -> -��� .���;��� ���>'*?> - -;W'.
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x    For oQe!,squaroxbae,i.ncii)1 brstif ri-ifefton;:-- -  $3;
��� ���'iM'Ar^.^A[^y^.: eMnftaihY !'.-.-' b\
Agents^fot the %*. Cariboo Sentmel.^ -
Van Wink to; -. , -;.y >��." ; .'; ���'.., -;A Di McTnncs.'
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' Sjc'furori"j*  - -   -'     ��� / ":V     .      fibrnarft'a Express
Yglet<Ti.^'.--asiiy;.- " ��� -  '   * * '���'  do  ;    -do' . ,
XcwW^minster, �� - ������....  -     ���������      John Murray
Wp'^A^AMt  . &^&vA*-A^'��$   Mi^byter;
��� JU P,ffii3tier$-vVK   yy ���yy.\y^��^ mqFm^Mo
Bean k Co.,     -���    ,-      ���      - ...' -    ��� Sari Fmuclsco
,<r JStioctjj j| - / ��� -��� U\y StfCot-nliiU,U'.bhnon<v_.C
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Road Taf liists, 1-873:
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���'������< *-_OTHfl. REST^RANts;-;^^ ,;���;' .; :��� ;fe;fe��� ��� '.^igqeeiAotq^, ���';_ A *
arHiiubloto payjRQao^Ta^rorAttii year 187^ can be'
Inspected at<tho followiugplace's: '.-���,: : ;. ���������'
r.��ft��ft��M A-y
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Post OfficeVQiiesnelirioHth.       . ;
-        JAMBS LINDSAY,       f
fA. vayZl'yo '���*)?   < ;C6ll���Ctor TitiiierRoatf.Orili-oance* I
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'\FOTICE>IS HEREBY^.jjiVen-th^afeLIST
il. of (ill' persons wfthin'tlie District of.CariIkSo,.\vho
are,;liable* to..;t>ay%thOj abpye.;Tax for the yeiirl873,
may.^PlospectcUon aVpIicatioivti)' A; BARLOW^-Qdes..
nelmbuth^or to .''���""'" ' xAA.A      <-yyy.iA:-iyy-AA.
���   ,'.-    'fe-     v'..    ���: : ���'���'.  '^'."G. BYRKKS,'   ''���'.������< .
k A k' ..::    f Collector a nd Assessor of Wil dLand fax j
June 12, 1873. '       - ^ BJarkerville.
!A A Ml*'���-$?.% M&AAyryyiit'Qti*^^: "-hwUfi A A
���'." -,',���'. ���(,��� Vf m. yy   ,,   * -, v\* ;�� J-4'* **''.. *V'���',
Ta^iJIal^bTirfL
^-���ife.i^:rfe^^l^fe'/'feVfeyvvy.^^fe-fe'ri,i.K':-;-fe'  ;��� Ufyfe;
������'.:.-.:"':.'.,���*���,; .'-.-��� ^v:;, - :^����s;(.^i; .!-.A.^.;..;?^Lrfe vis,.-.
'; .fe::!: ^ijccessors; ^^���^iQat^" '^\
.- -*'"-' ��� / - "."���','; : ^��// ''*"* \\~y ' ���
Beg to inforni their friends arid the pu6li��'that th<t
have tali eh- the \yell- known Nprem isc, ':iu: Barkeryil lo
50 long. fEivtjruhlyputroiiibOd .while ia the occupuiion
ni�� ,_iw \.'    (\nnif*   ���    i   �� ;..   .' ; '' ;' i
��� <iy- Axu:M. ������������f.Jtfff" ...-.
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; ^V'M^^If^^p-pf>^j^^ft^lgLfj^
GardstOircn (a^pbsiers and Prbgrjimmes iw*
[(  -, feB;iUs:undr-;1Mie!it. foal Enterfcaintrietits    {
^��^ Executed ivi t h' IS ei to1 ess "v n o&ispatch ^z?
- 4A i .Terms modeiate. ,"   .^ *. "*
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;'.y:   *  OKKEK FOR&AEE,? ^    '> ^
nm
Th^ii eiiiirel aM^^yiHHSswed stock of  ;
LIQUORS,  C
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.    , '   COUailyLOZENGES, ;&p.v &c.
-.-.,,,������   * a  ��� fe-'i 1 am  ' ' *'  -''���    *    ���
'"ii_i
24i*i&>J:rz-
traete^^and^rSled
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of Mi* NrCttnio.
fe-yyfefe-yy - :
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will fofirianuTftc^
'.tail i^tUr purity, and   \A ��
Tins )��^.>Li*^^
pon stantly. kept, on'handrfe ' , '-,      .t     A     iry'A
'fe-:-y^y^fey-fe1fe^'>Sfe^
^^^Ji^^^^A&^yA
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-n' ���:  ?,,' '��� "��� ;��'���   J��� -���*sf'",-'; t" ' ?'�����r-r'','-,' AMy -t     \ ,!'
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;':'"fe' -fe-: ���/V-vj-iy;-*;''^. ��� fe:P^fe:^:Ay?"iy;-|y fe-'fe fey (ty; <M ������ yy- ��� -;; ��� ������;���
'.:'��� xi'i A), y Ayy AAA Ay A-AAyA A AyA yA ��������� ty yy^' fey-y-fey;1 :������;." ���:-,:,4'v ������
fej a0-/fe-fe^vfe4-fe.fe^fe y; y  fe':y;'i='fe .;.---<-,- -.
*�����*'.���.   = fe       fe'-fe-;.  '���- i' fet-fe Ay *.M'tiM'*"t .
will be always carefully ;'att^
Beds: and acconimOdationy proyided for their pus j
tomers . ��� _**< .^ , ,  .,.^��� .y ,.1.#J6  5
fe,v    fe"fe.fe   fe   ���": ,rfe    -  '.' -fe <v.   >"'   '������ yf? *.-   y* ���":.,''
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fe^ll^l-fe^Jfe^y
vr  is -v.; -i-; .fe ,. vfe*fefe:fefe' fe'f :��� :---Tyi:>"- '^.^v^^fel^:' 1?i.-r
I-t* .'S ?ii ���'_,
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+My|';yi/fe^^fels^
������' ^^.Pi^scnptionsahd -Farufl7;Reeipes::ac-r v>���: ':- Ay'- ":AyA A"A[    Aw- "������"MAiA   AiyyAy ?>y; :^;re:preparedifto f^riishiXumbcHa?; their^'Mii-i;..���:������.,.;
Ciinl#iy^pVeparMf''    v'-' ;   ,;",   .      ..     , y   ���--��-       A< TAfrinT^T' ^__ltl  '     '      ' A-  WililamCreok, or deliver It to qrdT. .-  ��� y^f:
^llkift-'fftii-WW.vfc^.JCT  Wjii 1 ft ��k'Yft I s; |javing ;a placing f Machine * in1 operation, they, w^l
A'A /��� A ^.yMiAA&oA, A'A-.aa a. ��� ������ : ,y-
': ���. +' v,;/ !   a'MjA yy i , t ��- tv ���,. ^ ������'
^ ^Partl|p1nt^tiin^^
���de^eri ption,;, %��� H l fiud it/to the? r ad van ta ge tp
��iv5�� ji**a 'call befdie nnjcliasing'el^tlwoere^i
''v"*^l*i' * * ���' ' ���"���;." .myi7: -1 y"".    '. ;: '*' ';"  . .,y
{rood Pipperty fbr ; Sale.
'TH_3^i_ei^l0M6^SAL6o
;   TABLES;  BAR  FIXTURES.  i'lANO.
am-mm ANl) BBDDlNGr,*&&.{*'��'���'
;������������- i.
i*'-: tiusfnVss,goffers��� for. salc tbat :.wel 1 -Unown'
FROM
Froo-
lu7
^^iDOBD.
Mining Olaim for ^a4K ? ^
l*TE 'tilf ^MOIiE INTEREST^ IN THE
'    Two Sisters   Company, Jack of Clubs
��� Creek.
���*;*'   For particulars, apply, to .        .,  :.,. .
:   .; ,.;'��� ���'������'���    .W. W.-D00ni Barkervilley> -
., Orto   '.  JOHN PINKEKT0K�� yiyfe fefe
' my241rii . .y ..On the Claim.
0
6 US E     drVEEKV
'Delivered to Miners on tho foho\ying outl^ng"Creeks:
-��� ��������� fe     .- . ���" *!���   *'l   \* ''   '������'���' f\$$    A '__*  ii'.'i
Antler, P unningHafau slevehsv_iygigs wdd&.
. .��:c. .
$__. The. Goods sold ut th is ������ Store / wilt, >a�� ;nsualj }be
���of the best'quality and at the "lowest hittrket prices.
Grouse Creek, May 10,1873. mylO 2m
-AA��\'A'A$;&H:ptoV&
3-ro^iie^feBr^$ipris
.  teteTtytaprng yt
���*->*. * fe'-s ' ���fi***fe*fe"--.M A���"-    ���" '������
ROASTED DAILY AT. THE STORE:vA
'   ""   '��� '    Df Ejf ptT:     FOR,,,,       t.
���   :i^^iAf; ^-l -�����#?4-:^y fe-'f��^ ���-���:��� Hss%   ���;
A "fresh siipply'^fc wbiteb; lias' jnst; been .���:_ .re.
:'*r. .,*.   ���    - ."   '. ceived.  .'? "���-'���>'''": '*��� .
THE ESTATE '.OF THE LATE    J!*
James Ma<|ii^
f ETTB2_^'t3_P-^&I)^i^
Li; >wS*tf grAntpS to"; tho2. undbrsf gtieil,; who will /pay
and  reccivesAbl��.���.DfiB.T^ .vowing-lroni -and to the
Estate;  - "������*"' ���'"��� -iA ��� ���������   ���   'AM ?-".y  ' :
, -"yy^��� fe"-.;...'.=���'.,���',-MAItyiNvP. -EiLMORE.-- ./--'-yx
..'>���.-.-' ?-'"'V ���/-J -. 0> g-AMtTEL HALL BOHANOX."-' i
���'* QuesnellgvMay9t 1^73. ,7.!t/-^;;:}';���:/;.;��� y "'; ������imy.lT.tf_
(Carrying Her -Majesty's Mails,)
 t -i���'���"���< '���'
Morning.
Freight ami Passengers carried through at tho
lowest possible rhtesVyrT"?"*-\W
For rates of Frei.C'ht4nd���"'���Passage, apply at tbe
fix press Office, Barkerville^ and at J. W. L1ND-
!UltD^;VAN:WlKKLE; M-: .y?rj     ���*:?>.*.;
mylO ���-.:'���
JAS. A. NEWLAND, Agent,
T   '    Barkerville.
ly*. j:-i33'i4Di':
BURraG MY ABSENCE FROM CARIBOO
... JOHN BJBa*_ bolus my Power of Atlornoy.fe)   ���
'v>:    ti;j;'   ""fe.;       ,,,   .fe^l_.UAAls��)AV1^0N.' ���
Barkwvilla, Hsy 31,1S78,   "���' jut lm
fPHE XJNDERSiaNED BE0S TO INFORM
the public that he has opened a   .
LIGHTNING. PPEK,fe yvr.y ; ,-���
and is prepared to deliyer Bread at any-part''of the
BEO TO-ANNOU^CE'THAT THfcY HAVE'RElfOVFD
to - the, spii cio us pr em ises ��� forinerty known as tt e
St. Georgl' S^j loon, wliere they will beat all times;
prepared" to furnish ,  y,   M
i ^im-khMM n us iMiEMLlsiil-
��� ."-   " Ay     Ay  : .    j*   >,.'M.,
OF - THEKBESIII^JQUALITY.. .*.
The" BAR    furnished with.the finest ,/WINES.
T.1QU0R_ and.cmARS.feyfe .^A'A-Ai'y. "
Board,. - 'il^per
fe"fe;
atsattsfaotoryrates.y\A \ :f n .���^���t*r '- .     .?>' ; ���' _.
y^i aa.
fe'fe.fe-.
'v"7
:;el7-6m;;';--^/fe
^^���y-ii^^a1'. j^r,:i-4'-v^una ^,
19
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i-: ,"y.'.-/ */-y4"
..AND   , .     ,/''.'/��� ������'*''���     ''- 1   ^
"fe'^';,-, ;(.fe. yUM-r Cji-Mife.i   -:.-������":   ������,
:-rr. , -:   -;. .���. ,v ..-.    1 j   fe? .... .��� ��
'encr>:.'vy.--
���J.s"..  ; -fe. fefeii .f-.i- f'.ry
' .   Mi
'���WA
'-.Ay- y    BarUervillei -
Groceries and Er^isione;
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/. ;���/���.'
iROM AND AJFTER THIS DATE AND
until further notice,
Treasure to any amount
Will bo carried between Barkerville and Victoria at
/ JAmVS A, ^EVVLANP, Agent., .
Barkerville, Blay 12,- .1873. ;' V . ,      rtfll   [
HE AGENCY OF'THIS JBANK HAS "beea
re-opuned in Barkerville, for the transaction of
all kinds of Banking;busiuessy .' ������.';'.';"
Gold Dust and Bars pufohassd on best
terms. ���   , M-*'-u '""' '���' "'I '''���   A AA /A m$:.- ''
Excha'iige solil oh Victoria, Sari Francisco, Ne w
York, Cauaua, and Loudon on reasonable terms\    '
y,fe."-fe.- ::;   ��� ���-1 ��� apiS'* ,j:* : ,<-A ��� ���',>'
:'.'; t-ii 4
Deposits received,for'transmission:,to$tie^.Victoria 'Brunch.;. Interest allowed it ,^ per cent, per
aniitim/Wda^B notice. .'  ���        r    xt,������^'
.:..���-..  r.G.-il..UORRISi   ; v
'**'���'.'���" "* J'V." ��� A^y ' ���'""'. ;���'"":,'"'; Agentiyw
BarkerViiie, Mo' 8,1873, .juli ,      o^r10
COTIRT4 OF .GENERA-.  ASSIZE  AND
**'������' Gaol Delivery^ and Of Nisi Prius, will be held at -
each of" the undermentioned pi.ices as follows, except.,
the same be hereafter chahgeU by.Order, in: Coi&nuU:^ '���
-fe;";. BPRING'CliaCUIT. - AA y':'A/\
'������'' y New "Westtnihster, WedneBday, ;May 14*-      '��� * A * '���' -
. .feYale, -Mood��y>-..Muy!.19. ���.:/"���. Jfg. ;v i'-ii.' '.f-i
Lytton, Thursday; May 9.2.
���'���: Kamloop^ Wodhesday, May 28., ����� ���' ���
Clinton. Monday, June 2.,,,. : '.-..,.,
: Qucsnehnouuv, Friday, June 11* 5.'
..Ricbfield; Tuesdayv June 17.   ".        *./
<>      fe:., ���-FAi-c:-(a^pijit.-    y      :
B.ichfleld,'Tuesday,iSep'tembcrIC "; -A-    ]y
AA. Quesnelmouth, to bo lixed hereafter, If iff.WM.
!i   y'-nessy".'; -'";;-'���   ��� '-"^ -^- ':       -:"-'v--.
..������'-/   Clinton, Thursday, October 2. :.; i fe;fe .
Kamloops, Tuesday,. October 7;    ...    /
: Lytton, Mondayy/Ocfcobor 13...    . ..
Y'ale,.Thursday,. October 16, ;:    y-\.y ��� My;:. fe
;    New^cstmihster, Tuesday October 21, y^ ^4. yy
Assizes at Nanaimo.and elsewhere will, when kec^.
sary, he hereafter fixed.;....'"   .. ;;  yy.;y-t   ,;; ,(yA
��� Bated 17th/to'^Up^vlS-t*:.^"'-.'^'^ ^T/-1 >
i���" ��� ��� ' f - tr>v.".i ������' f. ���/���-���     ?���'��� ft ���*������   '  ��� J''***-��� ��� -; : "v.w.  ��� -: '���;".- *"��� -j ^ ���: ���jfi
SfA&y <joihwaud
���"'"-" JoW^Xs^^.'"''
Provinoiitl Se��
:/
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II
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">, ,e_j.r��,t��-wggs
' ISATORDA^^
SOMINITW^y.
... "Tuesday, tbft 1st day<of July, tjie Fifth An*
tilversary of the upion of British Columbia
-witbJbe'DoGatnion-of Canaclf y tyo celebrated
by $he slifspns of Barkerville and the -miners
��� iMr the. iklmM-mftieMm^ -manae? Itieiial ��o
y;; this ap or fc 1 cwi n g Am�� munity.,. .pse' tHa g-p oles
were gaily ^ decorated,, 'and 'ftie streets were
thronged   wit!|   crowds of; y opSe ??bo _ad
* spoita Jtnd races.   A1 arge mrmber of visitors
."'fromQueBnelraoutb and *VWirCre��tt.1tfclud-
lirigseye^
i ��elebratloE, and il Is ri_ly doing the "proper
tblng'^'lcg ygtfoow^
B'dditioca oi female 16veliness imparte^lo the
scene. Tbe denfeensof Cariboo are remarkable for their love and adnjirafcioa of tbe fair
���*6x [ M ft'j tlwouldi b'e ���nog.***l]feii.tL ml to I admit
... our obligation! to fee; dear: ones who oeca:
^sionatl jivIsU ���; ts*:a'*ad. also; lo:' i%mA WkAmk
east theii  lot ^amongst its, sar'J by then ��,ow
��� -etant ipt&s^ce serve to;relieve,thev monotony
A '4ud' ad d: a _.<ch ar m:; to; many; a^ tn ou n fcai a Jhome.''
An amateur ban��, improvised for the oc-
feoaaion, discoureed sweet; music at intervals,
and added much to the day's enjoyment.     ,
At 10 a.m., the chairman of.the Celebration
Coramittee^opene^lttie;proceedings,and afYer
the usual loyal cheers for.the Queen a-ad;the
:, Dominion* the .sportsi*.af; the I day corar^nced^
"TN var io as games; were Wei \r con tested .--tni t
���riot with such vigor as at our previous cole;
thrall M\k . Tbe- fa et Is v m \j &yp�� ten i * hat si > me
cFoiir most get ting old;
arid young British Columbia mH8t in future
fe;��afrf:0ff:;lfe��;lmi?��!9fe.;'ll.hs. -raareMof. old age;
li gracefully ^aii&now^
Vaulting High Jnmp���1st prise, $10; 2d
p-ize. $5. vW. Eavel. 1 (7 ft 10 ia.): Duncan
Fay'1,2. /iM'A?i/[
/Fmt. Rnce. ifi%yai-ds~l?t^|^z^ $10.2d
5-~Four entries^. B.'Steele^vf J^Wellon,
'r^SoEittjJ.Reid.y U,   /"A.
Sack Rftcfcis^prize, $7 ; 2d. $3���Three
1 -Hurdle Race-^Ist prize, $10; 2d, $5���W,
PayeK 1 j J. Weldon, 2.      _;���,-,.'
i Ruling"Sigh Jrimp-~lat prize, $10; td.
$^W;FaveI;; I (4 ft: 7 in.);;; S. 5JcDonald^.
Hop.Skip and Jump���1st prize. $10 ; 2d,
$5���Four entries;-S. Walker, i (37 ft. Situ)-*';
W.Fayel,'2(37ft:iJa;);'       '
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
&W:
Ni
4'
<ompetiters^ who after, vainly attempting to
���::^.y0aKtfa-i;fCg'ln.:faigti;cjiimp{ jtbrew;{up "the
*pn ��fy ��� ami plamsg ^w �� an 4 ;;o n ?fe �� p* a ca'
���';-/, ������ where;. *Ae; hair: eiigfet to grow, but didn't, ex A,
\nwp(L7y- im getting ei^t 1^; ata'd retf'^l
/r/Ai:i��AAm^
"fe Jibtt was centered
disappointment was felt at Man
oot having had- at* opp'o'rtunity of trying hia
-" \._nett&agalast.uSe fietdjias'iis Mmirers';affirm
:-,.-.' iia'~iiytfsQJ<.fesfepte horse^.iav, tim>upper^bu'a--
try.   "Dexter  '*,? as entered-far the Dominion
���Gup, but withdrawn, it being tmnd Jot possible
to\gel kiwi '5-��""8iarfc' with^Me other horses,
,:: Only two horses, therefore; run for the cup-^
4i Cariboo Charlie",and w Mowiteh;" and tho
little h". ^;u��t!iaished'most people%y winning
tbe first heafceaaily^uto out-
^hafoheft*fey ���" Cariboo Charlie;" whofwpa the
T Ibre sacceedtng heats.   The People's Porse--
two aa tries, ^''"Oregoa  Dick"7 and  Manife's
��� ;����� Dexter/5 was won by theforraer. The^Hack
>fe; Rac^!��^8;wori:b^
' Slow RaWby KcCormiek _ >\ B\i\\fto^.v \
The coatest for:-.the"QiieeVa''Purse on tbe
-second day, between Hawks7 *' Flora,T and
McKay's ,; Oreg6a'Dickr', was' very exciting.
and considerable sums of money changed
bands oD"theYe^oltr*'rTOe''koi{wiii| bil�� were
disappointed, and claim .that ;the race was lost
by bad management oa the part of " Oregon
D*KkV>Jf4diEVJ?lie mare "won "the 'first beat
; easily, and the second;, by about half a head
Foir the Cariboo-Purse there were three en-
tries���4t Oregon- Dicfe^" ifaaife'sr^ Dick,^and
;   4i Mowitohf,--won byy" Oregon Dick.^   The
Sera!) Raoa^thre�� entriesr^was won   by
iLane's black horse. >* Niggetv^. y Only, two
. .."horses��� were entered .for the Siwash. Sace'
-on each day, and oa the second day the,
j-pursdiwaswoB by a. horse, whose'owner bears
y & decidedly Irisk;patronymic,' and his cora-
^etitora Welsh one-r-Sfiobaei and ,Morgan.���-
Tba; ^09)0601 a off
yby,'f Dexter/* rider Doc. English, who bad no
-4iMc0ltf in beading olf'" Mo witch/7 his only
' competitor*  ".--.A-yy. ':"''/���'
iTHB SP'OETSr^FIRaT DAT.
WheelfeanrowX/B��b(^^:;j|ijfe{" jirisfflb"- S3T,- -_Wf :j|t-JS---^'
Five entri��^''fswtiAi-fcW; Qiilclc, 2. ���
tooi W^'^Ay^
/ ^7*-Three en trie, Sam- Waiter; X; WeldoVi,
^ Jonathan Merrifief&  Sam. Walker, 1 .:'
A Nliao,*-.-:. .-���;   ������^"'���A-f'   A \
SISCOND DAT.
"Quoit Tonrnaraent���Prize, $20���Pattalljft
and Morris (11)jagarast.Grunbgum and ^Lip-
sett ; (6)^' .Thackeray; and Bowron (5) aRainst
:l?aM?e>V^^^
against McGuHoch and Rogers���won by the
former:!;.Pat��ullo*~8nd.Morris (3) .-'agakist
Walker and Reece (11). ThohtaS and Lind-
W'JaiWostrWalker and'^pe (tl).��� Tbe
game was* 10 - poinisland the prize was woa
by Walker and Reece. j
Potatoe R��c"���Ut prize, $10;  2d, th/
Four^entriesT-J, Weldpn,, 1; W. Favel, 2.
Boys7 Race-~lst'prize,,$4 ; 2d. $3 ; 3d, $2.
JefX Hou<?h, 1,; John Hotagh, 2 ; Han ley, 3.
, T_ree-L^red'Race-rlst prizei $6 ; 2d, $3;
Three^_r.r5<'Q���D/F-Ar4'and McCallura, li;
Weldon and Rogers, 2.     "���'���'.;:
���HCRSK-mcJsn���nm? mM.''     :|yv;
Dominion Cup md $3^8 added���Three entries��� McKaj A sorrel gelding Cariboo Charlir,
Mani.fe V" pyy \ g||di hg "-��ester, By me's bay
gelding MowitoJ;,/   Bextesr whs  withdrawn,
�� ad l\y iMn wm mm hy Cariboo Charlie.;
A -JPeopJ(e]8 i-PurseV $125yTwo--entries-^Mc^
Kay7s ��� Oregof, Dick and Manife^ Dexter.
IV o n ��| O rep5< A \$MWi
Hack- Race, $50 -Three entries���Manife's
��ick. O'Donnel'g Dick (withdrawn), and Wa
Dixoo s Ifddler.   Woe by"Manife's Dick.
..-Slow- Race.. $15r-Tb_ee .entries���Won by
.^CqGorz-iisk^BuilffogV. |yl|   i m '^ y '.  y
Siwash flace, $W���Two eatries-*-Won by
ij^orge.'Sjbo^
AM     "   ��     Mi       AECiffiO BIT-  ���    lAAAiyAy       :
Queeh^feI^res-#$25^
;Kay?s!-X)regoa-J>ick:;and.^
:j by. Flora. - -'-M
V-'"���������NOTICE.      ;:
T HEREBY GIVS -KOTIOE TO AMilWaq
'Ifetic.lndebwdto we e^berby, Bo6k A'ocoonVNpte,!
or Mortgage, that Iw4sh each 'Indebtedness ;getlled,
as I am closing ro yfelWisiaesB lai parihoo; y, AlJ.llahlli-
ties-ri^hUI or satisfiwtorily arranged one moath from
this date will b'e'haadeti toiny Solicitor lorcoHection.
THE BALANCE OF MY STOCK
GOOD TOBACCO FIFTY GTS.
PER LByti B, PACE?3 $1.      ^
Affid' other Goods in proportion. .A
A fiaricervlii e, BIC. \ July 1,18Ti
JAW.TODD.
<       jul5 lm;
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
LOT^mpimSs:;
FOR SAI-'E. ^?neEndi ihalf Interesta j.
tho Lot hair Com pany, Aatler Creek. ���:>     Ma m
���'. \ Apply to,1   '""   ��� *~   "  ,-, .
-fe. '       : GEO. ISAAC,
Jul?       -       ' ' AA     " On thg claim.'
BAHE OF BBITISETOTH ASERKl
rpHE A0E$rCy OF THIS BANKHAS been
1' fere-op ene<l in Burkerville, for the transaction ot
all kinds of jB^nking; busmefes. . v y ���
Glold Dust ^ad|Barsipurolsase_l on tm
terms.      Mi '       " . ��*       ...      :
Exchange snid on Victoria,/ San ^Francfcco; KUr
York, Canao^feaii.t'l^ndoa,i_iiretoori %.
A De posits received for t ransm iss Ion, to .^b A,y\ o.
toria^Brapcli| ^Interest Allowed &IAQ per ��� otoOW
f* annum, 30 days notice,,.    A, xryA'>-r$.-
'   A^MAy^'A'yyri-MxA AAA  6- ^MORRIS,  y
'    * /    ' I AgL'Dt,
Barken-iUer JunCf9,18<3. >   ,y t, .fa\\
" DECEASED.   ft   yyAAi '
Iiil_ PERSONS indebted to or -having
~- claims againsty the estate of j;AW. Lltttihard,
lute or VnnWinfcle,,Lightning Creek, .Merchant, de-
���ceaso'd; ara requested 'to pay such debts, or send in
pirticulars of such claims, to^Tbeodpre -Lindhard and.
A. Townsend, at Van Winkle^ tbe Admiuistrators of-
tlie deceased.   -    r    "'
THEODORE LINDHARD,)Adminis.
-v A;-. \.-'"'   A. TOWNSEND,4 \   a :;* /tutors.,
VanWinkle, Lightning Creek,        y   ' , .'.'.
^t#iPMf;;18W."   -       '   ���      r> Jul5
THE TJNDERSIGrNED, BEGS ��TO INFOR^
the, public that ho has opened a      ��� _ - r. .y^y
r
���   LiGHTNINa CREEK,   '     /
and is prepared to deliver'Bread ^atlanyJ part^bf th��;
Gr&XM^V'^A   ���'Ar Ay   r �� -MM-.   > yy y>
��� ju? ,- yAAA :--iy"A yMA a ^^y^^^^A
��^}��3HSS:*t;6-Three ea.trieg, Msni, 0UrBlely prepared:
fe&yijlelc; 'McKays^ Oregon \Dick^. Byrne'!
yvScrtib Race, $40-^TKree entiies-^SbaW's
Mycow, Eoglieh's bay mare Nelly, and C C.
La_eVN ipfg;ey   ^ oh ��� b y H ifcf ^^
Siwash Raee,$10~-Two entries, Michael's'
Cobra and Morgan'a "Bill-  Won by Cobra. >  ;
'Consolatiwi   Stakt^s,   $75-Single   dash���
Two' .enl^es^Byme's /Mbwikh'and'Manife's
Pexter.  rWbn % Dekter.'    ." '   *  -
ENGLISH DRUGS!
PATENT MEDICINES,
V PROPRIETARY ARTICLES,
Chevalier's Life for the Hair,
COUGH LOZENGES, Ac.,-Ac.
'^ Teeth, carefully Extracted and Filled,
y^e^-Pi^cri^tions and Family RecipeBOC-
BarkerYiUe. Nov. 20. 1872.
no23
THE ELDORADOfeSAF^OON;^BIIimARD
hh TAUT^ES. BAR I^FIXI'URES, WANK
\ BEDS AND BEDDING. Ac.      rt       <
���THE^D KRSiGNEDi'WlskfNO TO, RETIRE FROM
I     hufijwss, offers tot mh-1 ihnt. 'A'*.'ll-^iujvvn  Freehold Property itlmi'Klilorado'-. S^tofm;-"tbgetner. w'Uit'.Ml]:
Fixtures, Biliinr! Tahli-K, Piano, Bur Fixtaros,
rep. Hods ami'. Bedding;'&c, ���. ���-   ���
-iu7 w, w. dodd;
tiit)
5tov
-Mining Claim for Sale.
riNE^O^^RIS^
\fy:iSSwof Sisters *C%xiipah_K fejack of Clubs
Crp'ek.
For particulars^ apply to  ,
\Y.;.W. DODP, B'irkei ;-:<^i :\
^ Or to ,.    JOHN PINKERTOK? ,�� c y
- my241ni On th**. CI*�� im.
MA
G Rjb;U;S/Ef 1CRE E K
tii
;NE^r^DyERTlSEJgiENTS.-
���^i
FttCMAiND
until Inrther notice,
Tr^asiire *.' 1x>.>- i^^:''/: c^oxiiit
Will be carried between Barkerville and Victoria at
JAMES A. NEWLAND. l^ent,
Barkerville, May 12, 4S73. mylT
Dellyqired 1^ Miuera yn the following outlyiB'? Cr--^;
Antler, Ouniunghani, Stevens, fiegg-'G-iilcli,
fg-fe *ni_ Gw>d�� "gold"at-thls-Ptoife: willr-s' riiuil, tt��
of the .hfflt qUidity and at the lowest,murkfe nri����v.
Grouse Creek, Mayl0,q873y"     ^ F| vmylO Xiii
THE FROPRIETOR 2IAS REBUCEI) tha
fe/Price'of ������fefe-y*-y ��; fe---?'��� ���-
;,;, To suit the times, to;
^A^iM per Drink, 'u
^The patrons of this Saloon;will always find a collec-
lJ?A,Pf ?helate^t,daite3; of London, Montreal, New^
York, San j^ranotsco,'and ?roviccial newspapers.
���;���; The'-public are assured thatvttfcA Bar will :bel con^
sjantly:;supplled with -the brst Wanes. Liquors asid
Cjgarsj and -by so; dojng;the proprietor hopes to m erit
a fair share of pabUc .patronage.''
:":Ti,i"cto��  '*"-��� "��� w,w;dodb.
��� Jru^y5,18?3.       fe-y     :- ��� _   .-.,;-������ "fe.";-.fejuis*';.
Barkerville^^
OFFKR FOR SALR    >
'Tbeir entire aud weU-aWorted stocks of
OTPER FRASER RIVER;
RkTIRINQ: THEijSIJflEHBR WILL LEAVE
$QPA CREEK ���ONTHURSDAYS,
THAT;: WAYSms' ;HOi3-,SEy favorably
"ifcnowa.as MUHOORF'S. of the '12_-Mile H6us��
Bonapartc^with; BARNS an(i Outbuildings "complete
and In good, order. ��� "4;*
^^soon^s possible^fwr^h0. arrival of BARNARD
._5,C.o.^.Stagesi#andJ^ "'.i^y lfe-1��  i |;   ?��� fe'
QUESNlfc^
ATAi OJCLOCK/, - J
: The undersigned hope, by a strict attention to
ousiness, to; merit a continuance of the batronaffe
hitherto extended to Messrs. Marvin & Wright
I Km'.
Freight, per ton j
������Passage,-''-"- '': -
��� a. y,  y A G-RANT. &
Sodri Creek,: AprillM*73.fe fe.  ��� i y.
,$20y-
'���������$��:
ARNDT.,
(mylo.em
MININ G  IMPLEMENTS,
���y '���   &c, &c, Ac. *?"     'y
^T Parties intending to buy Goodfbi any
description will find it to Ihetr advnnt^e to
give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.;
. .   ���    '    ���   -:': ..-';���  ;y mylT   ���    -���
about 40 acres novr under .cuUivation, with Farming
Implements Complete.   Also,    y , 'ly
y-The-Above ^is a desirable. Wayside ..House dolnffa
good./business.   It will :be sold v_th the Cattle Ac
*cr  or. to* suit "purchasers.  If act sell by tho 25th
Augost, it will bo then pat up. and sold at'Public
Auction... .--".,. ...,.>.-������-������        ������.-���<���.���.-	
���S_eS^*��� partiwJlsra, inquire on the premfse-
HATINGf determined to CLOSE my Res
: taurant Bu8mes8;on tile 30th day of June next
aaiuersons indebted to me are requested forthwith to
pay-the-.samo to O-eorge Byrnes: ufito whom aJl
accounts against me must ho ipreReu'totl" ���
��� - .-��� y JOHN Cf. OOODSON, ���
Barkerville, June aoy 187a A:yyy-AAyAAr J^: ������:
DEALBH IN
Liquors;
D'USIi?v,Gn^I,-A??ENCffi FROM CARIBOO
U,. JOHN BIB3.VT liolds my Power of Att^rnef
Aamm   WILLIAM ��AVI$0V.
y?�� *W V ���Ja7 4ia
ROASTED';DAILY; AT raE'SWp. "
^B-lHf';'.:!;!^,;;'
Mil-LS EXTRA FL,OUJ^
Mipp.lj.of w:hich has joai bees f����
yy
s
W
rr^ds____i_h^ ^-HSfe?':
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M-,. \  THE <MIBW SMTINEI  SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1873,  ...:/-" '-CLINTON.- ���������'������������������-  Clinton, July I���������Barnard sdown stage arrived here at _ ���������id. to-daj aud left for.below  at 9 a.in.       y '"yA-y ���������'"���������'' : ";';';.. ;'*���������  Barnard Ta up stage with the following pes-  tengen, arrived ������t 3 p.m. atMl leftati������ clock:  A. M. Lawson^ iwoi Misses Grozier,-Master  Crosier, and Mr Ritchie and .wife, for OH tt ton ;  T\ Graham and \V.Oelcber, for Ill-mile poet;  J. Parbam and Wadleigh. for BirkerviHe.   A  Two extras also arrived from: below with  freight.   ... "..'" '  ".       .",'.  :  f-earson*s .tip ������tatse. arrived at 9 a,ia. and  left at 11, with one passenger.   .  Weis ������er, the escaped convict, <has beea 're'-.  ���������captured at Okanagatv; He had., stopped to  Mk watches, autd following the bent of -bis in*  eiinatious, attempted to sell cueT'waa arrested, being identified by Boyd ������f Kam loops.  OMINECA NfcWS.  reports that while on tbe way tip, at Stuart  Lake, Messrs. Hoffman and Dun levy lost tbeir  Worses, which strayed from the camp and  ������ou!d. not be found. M"r    A'A  Times dull at Outineca;   Very little work  fc ������s yet been -done, owing to high water.; The  misers are Iwpeful-y .   ;  < The Oaatfnka party are still o_t prospect-  New Tork,2une 29���������A Washington special  says.tfte Mexican Border Commission - bave  lodged tbeir final report with  ihe State  De-J  partment     F<*mr hundred cases fcave been  jammed, aggregating in amount only $11,-  000,000 and not $5O,������������O,e00/as has  been  reported, : '���������_' ;��������� .   a  \  AAtrtXt'e mystery, in vol ving tbe alleged  disappearance of 18 helpless children who bad  been commuted as infant orphansto the public institute of Blackwetr Island, Is being in-:  vestiKBted' by the Commissioners of Charities, j  The littlecreatures, it; la said,; were farmed  out it* a lady, and she seems to be unable. tot  tell whether they are living or not. ������/  A .Marietta, Ohio, Julyl��������� Hon. James G. Wilson- rneaber of Congress from Oregon, died J  th is mo rn i ng.. front p a ral y sis. \  New York, July 2-~rlri the Walworth murder case to-day the ju ry returned a verdict of  murder in(the second degree... AAA \ A  ; Parsons. July 2rr A bother fearful, torn ad n  struck near Gatesburg last.\ evening* At a  a ta 11 o n' o h" the M issouri. Kansas arid T ex as  Railway,' ten miles.from Parsons, tbe.storm  wits.serious. The heavens were one sheet of  Same, accompanied by a terrible wind, and  rain.: The tornado was.from the south west  and firat struck tbe bouse  of Mrs Gibbons,  Qnesnelmouth, June 30���������Sylvester arrived  ibis morning with the Omineca mails.   He blowing it downy Mrs Gibbons and :three  rt's children were instantly killed,, and -Mr- Gib-  lip  1  hi  mm  tm  Wmm-  teiii  _iscte5__6B  llllff  mm  _ll  H  Tbe trails are in bad condition. -  'yy* -yy ������������������ victoria.;'  Victoria, fune.28 ���������The local. Government-  It is reported, will-shortly forward-a trail  party io construct the cattle road between  tbe coast and the.interior. '���������. It will work..in:  dependentlyof the railroad corps, arid\ the  pei>ou who has gone through to explore the]  route k ���������������xpec'������e.d to artivn m������on.:  The Coii.tract;for the erection of the Cache  Creek -Boarding School was.awarded., yesterday to Mr Davijl- With row, ot N-ew Wes trainee ������\ for t tie *uoi of $29.fM.M  It is understood ������hat Mr Walter Powell, tbe1  tirmer'itgent ol the Bank oi;British Columbia  mti)������jr\b*vt: will ii'Mup next week to re-open  4he Bunk.Ager icy.there. .;>.;-   -;  Th������������ J ary i*: party will start for the Fraser  ���������oa fiie^day    Tbey will'first survey from Li 1-1  liioef   towards   tb������  coast  until   they-irieet  <i-*esby*fl ourty- A,   AAA '  V ct'Vi ia, July Jf���������HLM.S. guaboat Mermaid,  47 fl.-'iya, fr������������m Cillao, arrived, last evening in  ���������E^-u in.. 11J mr bo u, She.. saw; no th i ng * o Wbe  '.IC ���������puis**: '..Tlie AJerniHkl'is a sister ������inp*u^tbe  _parn������whawk. and In designed for permanent  ���������service oa this si at ion.  Domini������iu ��������� D*tyi was very generally-eele-  'brateU by our people. t Numerous private  picuics and a grand picnic were git������*n, the  latierby. the fire depurfment. In the evening.  tfreworks wete displayed. During ttoe day  %iw: fire- department. paraded   through: tbe  ^a t f*������kAA f Q  UNITED STATES.  Washington, June2^-T-The PresidHifs pro-  clumation feus been prepared to be issued on  ist of July, announcing.the going into effect  ���������en that day of Articles 18 to 20, included in  Ahe Treaty of Washington, the necessary iegis-  ation haying been adopted oo the pnrt of  tbe Imperial Parliament of������ Great Britain, the  Legislatures of Canada and Prince Edward  Island, on one si3e, and by the Congress of  the United fitatea^qtf the other.  New York, June 27���������Aajaddress has been]  _ent to Presi^Jeat Grant and Governor Dix by  the Italian Billeaii. expressing1 the beHef that  -some prompt and effec tu a I-: remedy is abso-  utely necessary to, put down- tbe- lnfa_}ous  trafee *������n Italian children carried on. between J  2ia!y and America, and .asking'that certain  ���������1-wh may be framed to that end.'  The jury in Abe WoodbuU-Oafiin ^caso, in-  Btracted l?y Judge Blanchard; hat������ rtetttr-ned  a verdict of not guilty. T_e Judge'decided  that newspapers were not Included in the  Obscene Publication Act, 1872. .  Naebville, June 28���������Eight deaths from  Cholera to-day. Scarcely a new case reportod.  Cinolnnati, June 28���������Fourteen deaths from  cholera to-day.  New York, June 30-^WoodhuU, CUfira and  Blood have been re indicted under tbe: Obscene Publication Act of 1873. ���������'>���������  New York, June 30���������The first game m ftie  Milliard tjournameni this afternoon was played  between Gamier and Daly, and resulted as  follows: Gamier, 300 ; Daly, 227,. This evening^arnier played 0> Hlfe ������i_ n and .%eat  him. This gives Gamier: fete firatprize. Daly  and Dion playedifor the 2d prize,/which was  -An explosion of a)box of giant {jowdec in  the1 Hpsack tunnel ������on Sunday -Mtled tour  f?en. ^tally wousdM-onsi, _ad-������erie4i*s!y in-  4%m& m&u&L   ��������� ' :'\     :"     ������������������-���������������������������'^   bona Seriously injured. The gale next struck  Mr Rogers * house", west b f the to wn, b 10w in fe  it down. Mr Rogers was badly; injured, his  wife fatally., Mr Rhodes' hou6e was blown  (rom iis foilridationJ The tornado did not  strike the town of Gatesburir: H ran in a  narrow belt, and swept everytbin% it struck���������  houses,, biirns,. fences.* ��������� trees aniti crops. In  Parsons three bouses were struck by lightning  but no serious damage: was; dbre, ��������������������������� The rain  came down in perfect torrent������,- and much  damage was douo to the wheat and corn  crops. ":' '::*��������� :���������������������������.'��������� -'AA 'y;.:y--.'. i-/":A 'Ai'AyA ���������-���������;'  ':���������:..-��������� .^' _' ; . fe .   EUitOPEv ;;   y      _;.  "; Madrid,. Ju ne 284The Gazette this morning  'confirms the Report of the deleat of the Casv  tino forces by the Carlists on th������*ir retreat .to  Campadiira. Tbe disturbance's in SevHle bave  been reuewed and the. city is, in a state of  siege. A conflict' between' the troqps and tbe  inhabitants is imminent. ;.   a/a//'  F^rcnce, J une 28���������Strong shocks of eartb-;  quake Were lei tip Northern Italy.: At; one  i>Jclock this morning the shocks were, severe:  i n Venice a nd Vero ri a. an d c aused a "panic. ���������  There were seterul accideots. but no serious  damage was done to persons: or ��������� property.���������:.  At other poine������, the shocks were.very violent  and the effects more disastrous. .A.dispatch  from Trieste . reports .thai at Felteto, - near  Caugiiafio. a church was destroyed by earthquake and 38 persons killed, and in four villages war Vitrow 14 persons were killed and  many injured.. Much damage done in tbe  town of Beltham, 50 milesWrth of Venice. ;  London, June 27���������The election is proceeding iti Bath to-day for'members of the House  of Commons. The shops are closed and barricades erected ia the streets. Great excitement prevails.  Floreuce, June 30���������The shock of earthquake yesterday, mo ruing was concentrated  a the country north of. Venice, where the  fleets were terrible both in the loss of life  tWd ruin of property. Several churches are  in ruins and others badly shattered. Hundreds  of houses were levelled to the ground. The  inhabitants have not yet recovered from their  terror, and thousands ate encamped in -the  Selds. ' '/' "  *. Vienna, June 29���������A thunder and lightning  storm to night flooded theExpositio . grounds  and doing much injury to the American de  partment and German galleries. The roof ol  the* Chicago restaurant was .driven inward,  and the building an_ conients ruined.  London. July 2���������The Bank of England for  jrery'case curae up-again to-day for final bearing.   The examination was  concluded and  the defendants fully committed tor trial.  The steamship Wisconsin take? out T50  Mormon emigrants for America.  A special from. Madrid says great alarm is  manifested in the city in consequence of the  menacing attitude of the Irreconcilabtes. who  are known to be intrigtiitrg for the overthrow  of the present Government.. Troops are stationed at all strategic points. an<S every pre-  eaudon taken to suppress any outbreak.  London. July 1���������At a meeting held last  night resolutions wet^e adopted protesting  against the introduction of the confessional  into the Church of England. The Earl ot  Salsbnry  presided.    The  meeting was large.  Birmingham and Wolverhampton journals  express alarm at tbe decrease of orders, for  hardware from America, and at the remarkable development of trade in the United  States, whftse aaanufaetures are supplanting  tisbse of" England: in tbe colonies and South  settlement has been made between the Dutch  and Chinese. : V  y    y-yCUBA.5 Aiiy  ... ' '  Havana, June 29���������it is ntmored that Gen.  Quesada iias -arrived in'Cuba, and haa taken  command of the insurgents.    ...  fey:^-; /AA...THE 'f^W^A^^'j.Vj,;:.';^.-;  A 'Heirk' Coo'tei\ t,; Ju ne 27^-Thi Great East*  ������rn is/;in sight,. coming; .sip., the bay.   She  reeled off ihe(shore end cab le. and it Jiaa been  trans ter red. to the steamer' Siberia.       . ���������>��������� iy A  , ?Mew? York, Jane 304-TKe foilowlng tele;  gram has been received from the cuptala of  the Great Eastern: ���������    iAM-uyArA -^   ri  ���������������������������'Hearts* Content, Judet7-~ToCyrus W^  Field; New. York : Many thanks foryoUr congratulations to allconnected with laying the  1873 Cable; I am sure it will live long. We  shall start as eoon as possible to resurrect the  ,1865 Cable.A  ; [Signed;]   ElCHaijw."Vi  -4>   -������  ...county court;'/ /Ai  ���������(Before H. M-���������.������������������Ball, Esq, Gold rCommissSo_er  County Court Judge.] ;:  and  .   ;.y yMpNDAT, June 30. 1873.  Neufelder vs. Allen arfd,others��������� Action for  goods sold and delivered.- Judgment eon-  fessed fbr$240.-.^'*\-'yA  Robert Devlin-vs. Turly andr Rankin���������Ac*  tion on promissory note. Judgmeut confessed  ifor.$_00. '��������� .-,' yA.' ��������� / ir AM? ��������� y A A 'M:A  : ^Thomas--Allen;Vs. Lewis Wintnp���������The ar-  ,bitr���������tor to. whom the mattera. itiA d itference i 111  tii is. 8 uit'. bn d b eeri referred, del i vefed $ bis  award to.the:Judge.*��������� The bum of, $415 and  costs-was adjudged against Allen;  Mr Park, for plain tiff .asked l b at the award  be sent back to the arbitrator for amendment  Mr Davie, for defendanty.applied. that the  award be .made a: rule of Court. Ay ������������������ ;   .:  .The Judge directed the award to be entered  as the judgment of the Court.   .,;,::;:'-'';:: ��������� yA ;  Lew is Wintrip vs. Tb 0 m as Al i en^ Action  for $50000;promissory^'note.::.Judgmentcon������  fe$8ed^.;:"'''''':v;r-. "AA'-AA.-AiA ���������'��������� . 'Ay-'y [Ay  P; Howley vs.- Calayeras :Co.-~Action for  $416, wages.r M r !Par k for pi am tiff. A , Ay ]  : Plaintiff testified that be .had worked for the  company to the amount sued for, arid that he  had sold his wages to Robert Lipsefct for $100.;  Cross examined���������The wages were no ton, bed;  roclc. but- were' to be paid ? on t yof sth.e - fi rst;  gold coming Out of the claim ;  never offered  MINING iMTfiiy-lGENCB.  Nothing new toAvepist Wm week. Oct  LightniiHg- -Creek :;tfeeAGIad^toae co. has.se.������u  pended opefatibofi for a fewtiays in order ta  conj������ider .on the course to/ be ? pursued io  further prospering, as -tbey 'gad the waiec  too heavy to prospect from I the blind .shafU  On Grouse creek ^tbio^Aook well; 'tlm-  Wav������riey Tuunel.co. put pa eleven additional  hands yesteMav, and the grouW-slukyng and  hydraulic ciainis are ruuui-_g ot? Wge qnau-  fciiies ot ground. ,..>������������������-; *.. \.MU-?*rrM ���������?  A ���������'; - ;��������� ;v' j ;.. ���������. thb 'liANE ano -_:cRTa;cb.I| -';'; I -:  .; ..This company, by cont4huoas,pumpiftg, aro  gradually. lo werif ig, the; ��������� w after.AM I _eirilofne.  The new shaft is dowa 45 feeVVThe new  ditch is nearly finished. The icon work foe  the water-wke4l.left Qwesnelmoulh 6e Thut������.  M ��������� ������������������   ;U:' .-.���������-, .'      WILUAMS CttEEIx.  ".'   ,"       T " '  The Bedrock Fill me co. .'cteaued. up'69ioz>  last-: weekV /The Casket byclraulic'.co. is paying well, and tbe:other hydraulic'; claim*  above Richfield are meeting,' wit_t good io*  BUltS. ���������:''->���������; --A  :A    ' '''^A ' A;-" *A't'  FOURTH OF JULY,  6 n aocoun t; of the se r io ns illness of Me  Manife the; races advertised for the, 4tj) were  postponed until today.;;-The usual,eaInt*������������ .  were, bpweyer, ftre4, and tbe;day observed aa  a holiday.   The following is tbe programme:  Presiden tV;Purse^ $50; eajtrabbe^ $_( 5QT/, no*  ;     addea j ife&&;2 ia^3;5 25:ya������^a ^isUnce.  B^wvil^Turse, $40; .beater 2 ;m ^ 25  ;; yards distafrise f, winner��������� of .President'*  :.-..;;Puree' barred;;; ���������,��������� fr aaA/Ax-AA, 'A"'As.I.y ��������� '������������������  Miners',Purse; $3p^;Beate,*2 jn.S;; tfiyyarda  ,:   distance_;..winders of two previous races*.  '' yborredV:J''" ' , ' A;- y '"b". ."A,. *,/.'.. 1(.i "���������-.;  REOucTioN.-^Li quo ra";��������� are'fe now A\. eoli' ; a*  Dodd-s Eldorado Sitlooja'. at 12 J'cents .'per  glass, and thefigtire1;lor-a5game',of billiards  has been: fedupod;to'25'ceitte.; Tie pr6prlet<>r  calls at tea tion to the ..advantages of ���������_taj_al_om  as a place of resort, it b^ingeuppUed with the  best reading matter iu the shape'or Bi^U&V  Americau,; and:.' Canadian '��������� BeWspape^s;;'aa(l  periodicals.'."-Ai   [AA - " ��������� V .; ���������'  '��������� - / A'^-Ay'-:;  : ���������. ^oof^^M^-n-m^  beld at > the- Theatre Roy al 00 Thureday eve^  to sell my wages for $20 or $30 f; never saidjnfog for i^^  Tbe.report of the retiring Trusfcee^r we^aev  cepted. and; theToilJo^iog^ gentlemeu. ;ei������jte4  Trustees for the ensuing year*: tMessts. Joaa.  Nutt,-1. B. Nason,' and - W m. Reo n ie..^:- ; * i  ' Visitors.���������r Among )he'.y is: tors - to; Barl?erv  ville to wituess the rapes we notice Mr: J. F.  Hawks, and Mr and Mrs Collins, of ?Soda  creek; Mrs Captain Banghman, Miss Thomas,  Mr Brown, Mr James Re id, and Mr Pollock  of Quesaelmouth. ..   ��������� / i$&$&:,...... 9  Barnard's Express, with the mails, arrived  at, 6 o'clock last eveuing, bringing an English^  Eastern and Canadian mail, and the following  passengers for Barkervilfe : Mr Farham, J.  Wadleigh, from. Yale ; Mrs and.Miss Parker  and Mrs Michaels from Last Chance.  Thanks are dne to Messrs. G. M.' Morris, A.  D. C. Davie, Watkin Price, an _ Bandmaster  Neatte, and especially to Mr R. B. Mc35ick-  ing, who was a stranger amongst us, for the  sweet music furnished by those gentlemeuoa  Dominion Day. rAMAA      AAAA ?i;}*\s  Bankof British Goiajmbla.���������Mr J. H. Todd^  informs us W. C. Ward, Esq.. ol  tbe Bank of  British Columbia, writes binr that Mr Powell  will be up by next Express to re-open tho^  Barkerville agency. ..a  Mb Manife's friends will be glad to bear'  that fee was much improved last night, and .  his recovery is now looked upon more favor* v  ably......  Contracts   Awarded.���������Tbe   contract.for.,  "supplies" was awarded to Mr James Re,id, <  Quesnelmouth;   and for cutting the Nelson  Qreek trailto Mr Sam. Walker, for $740.- .'  they.were bed rock }   was to have $6 a day  and provisions.  'For the defence. Frank'Lai I ier stated plain.  tiff offered him bis wages for $30, sayinjg tbey  were-bed !rock; - -   :' ��������� "..';.'  Cap. Robinson deposed that plaintiff told  him be had sold wages to Lipsett; that they  were ou bed rock, and. Lipsett was 6 team-  boated On the sale.  E. Pearson proved that money had not  come out of the claim sufficient to pay bed  rock. ���������'/���������-.  ,  Mr Davie for defendants.  Judgment for the Company, with costs.-  Lothair Co. vs. Kemp and others.���������This  was a suit brought to recover damages and  test tlie appointment of McPherson as foreman.   Mr Davie for plaintiffs  Angus McPherson and Wm. Stephenson  stated a������ election for foreman was held on  the 17th April last, and that McPherson was  elected ; that he had charge of the claim as  foreman ever since, until the 23d June, when  tbe defendants refused to obey him.  The Judge here suggested a ballot for foreman, and in the event of a tie he would give  tbe casting vote. ; ;  The suggestion was acted upon.. Kemp  was the candidate for foreman chosen by defendants, and McPherson the plaintiffs' candidate. The'ballot resulted in a tie, and tbe  Judge gave the casting vote for Kemp.  The Court directed each party to bear tbeir  own costs.    Mr Park for defendants.  Application by Mr Davie was! then made  and granted tor an order suspending funh< r  work pending a suit for dissolution &.nd winding up, Mr Kemp to look after the claim in  the meantime; -  Lothair Co. vs. Wm. Stephenson���������Action  for assessments.    Mr Park for plaintiffs.  Win; Kemp proved tbe levying of assessments for work done during the close season.  Mr Davie, for defendants, claimed a verdict,  because, frofh plaintmV case, it was shown  four of the members of the company did the  work exclusively on their own account, wHh-  ont the sanction or consent of tbe requisite  majority of the company.  Judgment for defendants with costs.    >  Thursday, July 3.  A. afafcvkk-w^^  wageB.   Mr Park for plaintiff. ;  The plaintiff: proved the accruing of the  wages. The defendant claimed and proved  a set-off exceeding ia amount the plaintiff's  America.  . ;It became known to-day that the German  feKLKS^p^^fe M'D"te *������defendant- *****  'A t^eslil from t_e Ha  gague &mm that my for defendaot, with oasis.  LEAVES BAUKEaVI^fi DAILY AT 8 A^  ���������;��������� .':'-fe-/ ���������'���������-"���������    A.SD, ������������������.: . '���������  AM'y ::Am  i ��������� lightnp-',*bbek A^^ t*;:;  /; for the round trip; $3.  ^   . ^&ken at low rates.  F*^\ it-a  :-m  /  /  ������������������������������������'���������p  -I^W-'  -���������-���������r,vvi ���������. %��������� VMIi/fttaiKa W!^&i&&&i<xA -^^4M������iWi*������,^V.������S Vli'.V.Tii'W������S-"������^  '   >.,..  ,\" '\������������������������i-*""*^-#;   *.-��������� " ���������1-  ������fe.  %  b"  s  y  :/  7  /���������-"-  :-: -������  .5.]  ibsEPH.. W. TRtiTGH;^ - : \   ���������  .fe am- yW^M^^^l^M0;: i'r  WcTOBfA./by" the GracelVof;God. of^th^  United Kitedom of .Great Britain aiid Ire  i  . \*xiA������^)^  Attorney-General, jy :,2 of * The Road ZiA*  pension Actrl87^ it; Js: provided^ that the  'fliieutenanfc'Goyerribr in. CowpcH may, by Vfoi  ' 'cUtmation, create any, portion or pprUoaa of  p .tfre; Mainland of /British Columbia into a Road  *?f)i&tri<H or ��������� DietricU^ with such boundaries as  tie Bhall think fit: A...: - AAA AiM*. a AA  And whereas-the,Honorable! Joskfh Wii>  iuii Trotch, as such Lien tenant-Governor in  , $ouncil as aforesaid, under-aad- fey���������:virluV of.  ��������� t he po.wers gwd , aiUh.oritit^s poo ferret r, it pop  .*   .._-������* ft������_ !*i w_'   ���������   'Ait t% j*k_ 1    .e*C\ . *t, * *-v 9ti\tsr\ I el ._���������   4- n/l. At...������il   '   * a -. .. ���������  y  / . 1;:,THE^^6b5-^oXD^filSTmcfe  ���������which shall ioclu de all th'a t'JLfac t of A land! n-  "CluoVd in the Cariboo District. ?ls set forth in  ' the Schedule-lb :* Tfae^CbnstitwtiOii'ActWfl IV  y  ���������-���������'.. ..-v-s^v. ��������� ���������,���������-  ?'   2. 'THE^.LILtOOET .ROAD;y.DISTlUCT,  .which shall include all that tract'ol *  in  * v -- y ��������� .. ���������-.  ^eluded,in^be;'Liilooet District, as set forth in  ���������^iiie Seu,?jbme to **;��������� The^Constitution, Act,- 1871!-j.  ^V;'r3-!-W^.*T^  ' filial V i iiclii de ��������� al f" that. .tract of \ a ti d- ip'c) ti d ed  ilh they Yale ^Drsfrtcfc-ab set for tb' in :fhV Schema ale ��������� id* The iGoostitfition "Acif 187 i;";i:- H!  Wl4;; THE KOOTKNAY ROAD/DISTRICT.  yw h fob. jBh til 1 hie touie ,al 1 that: t rac t; o f: Ian din  're I tided i n fethe JCooten ay ..Dist r icjt; as set, forth'  Ai^-rt'e "Schedule to "'" The 'Constitution Act.  ��������� 1871." . .- .       ���������     .--������������������,;;;'������������������;������������������;  ** ���������'&THR NEW WESTMINSTER and COAST  J^APi.RKXtiICTSj; which ^shalMhcitid^aU  tha.t jtcflct;of. laj$ jn^  Division, and ia-the Electoral District of  Knotenaytfec ?:i :���������;���������' A. ��������� A: *. -��������� ��������� ��������� ���������'- ������������������ ;;-  fe NOWlKNOWYEthftt We do order and  proclaim that''������.��������� T_e County CourtsJSsctension  Act, 1873.? shall, from; vand alter the date  be reof, h ave'fu 11, f orco A 'and effect. i n the Elefc-'  tordl District ot -OaYi boor wcce jit that portion  thereof,known-as"i the''::OminWa ;Pollinsr Di  ' vwon, and' in the' Electoral Districfc of Koote-  nay.:  - ;, ...���������. yM-yy^yy-yAy��������� i- ���������"������������������':-'A a  '"  fe-lN .T_sn_ONY: Wserkop, AVe have caused  ;:.; tHbese Oiir.Letters to be mad������ Patent, and  the Great Seal of the {Province of British  ���������# Columbia' to he ^hereunto au1x:ed':   Whv  ��������� NK8S,  the  Honorable JOskph Wiluam  ;;���������Truto*_. Lieu tea ant-Govern or of the said  '/.   yProviijce of British Columbia, in the Oily  A j yofi Victoria;^:io>itbe. said -Province, this.  y>.:A Fourths day of: March, in'tbe year of Onr  Lord One thousand eipbt hundri'd and  .     seven ty-tbreeT.a&d lu the'thirty -sixth year  '      of ;.6ui\Reign.,    .,-,..    ,  command. ,  .JOHN  ASH,:;* :.  ..' ' 'Provincial-Secretary;      mr22 4m  intments.  MU"  -' :���������./��������������������������� ���������'���������rpOBLifc  f^AA-M^y^^uy-A -jy  NOTICE  ���������if  -���������!  fei      ��������� ���������;   pROTns'CrA'r; SKCRKTARY?8QFPICfip  =---fey'; ^ y A-'- .!;r4tKJAlRrchV.lBr3.feVj;_;  |  His ^Excellency fethe..Lieutenant.pbyer*������r  has been pleased tb,niake (He, f^llowing-ap.  BbWfinapifl[;?n4^  Ricifard SVooo8i1R^,..for.Vaocou ver Island;  Hbvry V. EDWONDs,,Es<i.,.for ;theypiiy^ of  jSf e w Westm i nster. -.��������� ���������  .-.  ^-^y:-- ������������������������< c- <-.' U \ ��������� - Al  .Gkobok Byrnes. Esq., for Cariboo....  ��������� iJ5ycoinuia������d,; ^.i:;. :...:������������������; ; . .:������������������<<  JOHN ASH. ,t    A  '���������'���������"���������''������������������������������������.'" ,.'���������- : Provincial Secretary.  ���������'������������������:/.   ���������.-.; ��������� yy,:: 1- ';���������������=��������� ��������� * :������������������ .yjfefe-fei ���������'���������'������������������  PnoviN-ciArJ Secret aihts Office,  ; -���������'/'' '        \4tbMarehvT873.-'   A  His ExceHenRy ,the Lieufenan^  has ^een pleased "to'"iippbinV^llKNKY^SiLrK  Mason! Esiq., to be Deputy^Heijistrar;.[of .the-  Supreme Court of Brilish CeluuibiU.' .'���������'..'V ���������  By command;Ay.,  ... A '/A/i y  ���������  JOHN. ASH.,"'."' 'A  " ' ProvinciarSecretary.  :fe ���������:.-��������� -. fe   '������������������ ?��������������������������� '��������� - '.. >,-'  '.������������������������   ���������-:>���������  ���������jay,"J.������R..McMilla_, and  D. LeneVoir at vu? ."  Esquires.   * -: ��������� ���������? ���������    *������*������*_,,.  Jo^miab Ro������prs and Coote ir. Chamber* nf &  rartljulet, E*uiires,v < j.     ������     ,; .-M;-^.J "wr.  ������������������ wiE-MrirrAw; Jal.liJ/teB'lUr.Htl uui 7^n |-  of Kootenny, Esquires. - '       U0Un 8h^, :  James Robb artU Q.-F,!Drabble, of Coinox p-  quires. ���������     , .       ...     vA.     ,-.,.' th  ��������� -"J.iWs-M!icki<H of'La_5rley, E?quiroyr 'i;   1 5  ;,*':C&>rlCB������9/ Swur-U.of Jl;'t^qui, Esquire:*. I ;>:  Districts, viz.y;jr-   .���������.,-  y-..ThoCnfibco District-.'. .-.   '���������'>- f   .: v  ������ " The Mllooot:Uo'ad District. . .:  : ��������� "'��������� VTiVe Yate-ftfoid* District.'. ' ��������� ;: ���������;     ���������     ;; -  .Tlie Kootftnay Road District'-. ';������������������.������������������''  TUc New W'jstmins ter. Road'��������� Distrlct; v;,.  <fNO;riCE= IS -HER-BT.'GIVEN, that th.d^IlowtD^  "Collectore havo beeu appointed {or-tbo fsai(l-districts':1  jpARiapoDiBTxifx aAA/A  AAA:A.-%;>'' 'A ..������������������ ? 'r���������.:  ; ; Om i h bca: Mailing Di vision���������W:. H.. Fi tz/rf ral d, E?q.  '-��������� Williams Lake PoIliugDivisipn-rC. F. Pope, Esq..  Liwx)oct-District.^..':   t y-' -.  y -*'!;���������''.*!,-  ' y :'  '" Canoe Creek' and Clinton Polling Divisions-~C. E.  rope..Esq.;fe-.;.- ; '-AMi -'-'fe- --:. ��������� fe;/:':'fe - ;������������������'  . Liilooet Polling Di vision���������A. W. Smiti), Esq;*'  tYALB piSTRieT.-  i.-i. c- -.these Onr Letters to be naane Patent.Wh'd  the Great Seal'prV the Province;or British  . CJolit mbia to be _ereuRbo ;iflixed : Wit-  */��������� Jkkss.  the , Honorable'' Joskpu ��������� Willi am  .": . '.Trctch,: Lieu tenVmt* Governor of the sald  :;  .���������Province ofBritish Coin mbia, in the City  y.... of-. Victoria,-.iu.the satd Province,, this  '..;, Fourth day of.March..in the year of.Oiir  Lord One Thonsiihd eight hundred: and  *      seventy-three, and in tbe tbirty-sixthyear  i   r.-ot Our.Heigu.  command. ..���������;;.���������:*���������������������������;���������.'.'   . MA  JOHN A^H,  fe*\vnd Horse, Purry Creek, and French Creek Polling  DkisioDsr-C..l>()Ot;i.Esq.   . .v. ;.   ...���������  .<;���������:   ������������������  NEW WfcSTMIN8T R DISTKjcr.   .....  ��������� y .. '.AA'    '.-���������'.  '���������JChilllwback;j'.LimglVy/" >Tcw .\Vostmins/.(*r,. Burrard  Inlet; aiid Nortli Ann Polling Divisioiis���������H. H: Ed  ������moa(ls..Esq. A A'���������������������������''.        '���������'*'-}���������' ;tl-,'"  .,:<  Nbw Westminster'-Crit:District. '  A Hi V; Edrnooda.:-Esq^; ' ������������������������������������     '���������'���������     '.'���������   - fey  By coiuui and.  '   * ��������� JOHN ASHv; :  Victoria; April 4th,' 1873.  .. Provincial Secretary.'  ap28'*m  A A pBOVIXCTALSkCRm^T^O^FICIS,.  ';   -    :':������������������  ;:. .':'4th'Mat-ch;t87^;;;;:;  His Excellency the Lieu tetmnt-ft oyer nor  h������is been p)eased to app6 i n t. W.'.C. BtinKki.ky,  fesQ.. to bf'Aiuiit Clerk; lor the Province, ol,  British Columbia. . :.-���������";:.;_-'.* '/A-y A  By command," , , . 'A-..'.  "A ���������"-."���������; ";    JOHJSyASH;:  ;".: //        '*".'���������:   %;            , Provincial Secretary.  ���������"'" Pkov rxci X l S kck ct ar v \s Office,  a /' y y/y. - ���������**' ^^}p.z/ ���������'./.  Mis ��������� Excellency, the. Lieuiten Mr Governor  ti as .been pi e ased . to . a p p o'uU; 11 ie. ��������� !?>' I v>������ inp  sientletiien.to be As.si*ps,������.������rs:and"C������������|jectors 'tinder and to carry hut ihe provisions of "��������� The  Land Tax Act, 1873*':���������.. :;  Riouahd Woons^EsQ;.Tor Vicloria Disti let  Esqii i m a 11 an 1M etc h osi n District.  Ksq u i mM t  Tp.yvh;: District,.* aiid -::Luke. and, S<) an ich. Di6-  trioisy ; ,"   "..'A' ,.������������������;���������'���������* .  ' >. -���������'���������-.,'��������� 'AA-- .���������/..; :  '; \y; luam StEvriiVr, PJs'o.-, for STanai tn o: Dis  lr<cty.   ,    . ,;.. -y : ?j.>. ...   .-;. .......  Joun ��������� MoRLKT, E.-5Q., for Cowicban a nd Sal t  Spring Island --Districts'.;A-. ���������   ���������  y .        ������������������*���������-.:  JoskpIi Rodkli.o. Esq.. for Com ox District.  -;:' Hex it y Y. EnMOXOiJ; Esq. ,' fi i'r New W es t-.  minster District.    :  ' ������������������ ��������� ��������� R: A. B ao w x.' Esq ., for Port Essi n ir ton.".  Bexjamin ��������� P. Ghiffin, Esq.,' for Yule Dis-  ���������trict: "  '.���������������������������'������������������'.-   : '.-"' ';'- :-'" 'i'-*''  *;'1"^ Ml'���������!/5���������.  ���������Tkosi%\Bcfe/Esq.I'fpr Lytton'District;':;";'  : J t >hx Boyd: 'Esq:, i or K a ni loop? Dist ri c t.  ;' ALKXANDErt-'Rond, Esq.. lor Nicola pistrjet;  Charles E. Popk, Esq., for Liiilob'eV District.; V' ty'':1'*'"-;- ������������������!    ���������'��������� '   ���������;   ;     '   " .  -   Eo wa ri> ' TrS'b i, Esq., t-o r Li 11 ooe t District  *   GKOWi K BYKXK8, Esq / for C* ri 6oo Dist del  'Cokxelius Booiii, Esq., for Ko'oieriay Dis  trict.' A ���������' '  ..;'���������.-��������� ������������������"'���������A '��������� ; '������������������ "  -By command.   :.,.������������������  JOHN ASH;  : -.:  ;: -pro vine nit Secretary.  :. Richard;JI_������hton atifl D.-tfcNaughten,; of.!.Harvw  Oriole,.Esq*iresn'*...,������*.!.���������;? y- A ���������.>���������' <...yyyyy;.,,:..l  *;��������� Adtim Fr;c������'tl-?j Jolm.J.araont.Muir, and'Ma Job  stohoPobertsori; of. Lightning Creek, Esquires' ���������  A bra ham Barli >vri ot ��������� t'jio to wn of ^ucsrit'P E cQ������iw  ���������.:.RoUert Buvnle McMickln^ of Vuiu,- Ksqniro.  W. -A. Ladner, oivgouUi Arm,rFraser River, Esq.  ���������y.-yiyu   {-;! By "coin ioand.:?. \ ���������: ':,- f--:������ *��������� ���������������������������  !;fe; ;,.;.; :;.^fe.rAKniuR.j:.,Gv:piNnEii:'  ��������� _p2.5a:..;;'.:;; ^.^^j!^  ..i ��������� y- .. i-./������:"r .��������� : v.:fe proviucial SecWlary's OfilcW '  ���������������������������'- ������������������/���������   ,vvw;i**-.r3iu.April, 1873.  His Excellency the Lieut'cnnnt Governor hiuf Ij.-d  pleased'io np^du't the Uiltiiivlng'guntletiieii i*i rehire  tferform the Viutli's htirutoforo uU'-tttert tn the. PJikV  '.idars'. Mogtstrak-8uuilcr * Tlie BrtlHOf S.dcOnihnn^  1870,'" ami '* The Bills or Sale Amen t men t Act, n:i������  and the..''Cattie KxempUtm Actj JS71,f, in-unrt k*  the "Electoral UisLncisV ���������jr'i*uHi������g.J)ivirions t������������f Kl.������  ani  Ligiitninj Cr������������ek.        - ._;;  ;  0. tin re, K^q.. Ming Di>-i8H)uS;0( Keithl������y Crock  ami Queen dniouUi     .   ���������.  C.   K;   Pq������e, Kv<i.,/il>ollinK.'J)ivM������'RS ofWillhuu  Luke. Ciiaoe.i.'re'lc. utV.: Clintou. ,  1   A.rr; S*init������i, R>^., PMUne ftiv!*ion of- Ullwet  ,. W. ;rvaRu������v.EfTq.,Kl'*cior:'l Oistrict r������r Yal>.     );  A ,H. V. -, K11non.. >, ��������� Rs?q., ,Kl.*ctora 1. Olst nets. of -Seat  Westiiiltister Coy ;������i:i( Dis'nci,'   ..-;'<. .,,  '  ' C: Booth,- Ryq'., KlectoHil District ol K������vitV0aV.' "  A-:u- .   v jiy commahd.'-3: . ���������'���������;��������� JOHN :A-N;'  ;..,;���������.;       .....���������':.   I'roviircial' Secret try.  '���������'���������..   .,,..   ProviDCialSecietary^Oiric'V  ...'���������.  -=        V;.." .-A''.   .'������������������ .'25i.b;April, 18T3:    ;  ���������' His 'Excellency tho i<i������*utPBantrG^verni.iiv has ,|>-.a  p'feaxctl to appMini the foilhwiiig p n'tleruen to.h- ii.  trict Registrars under VThc'BirtUs,-Deuths,:iiuJ JI r-  riages Act.������f872,,-r*.      ���������   ���������  : ��������� .-.y-.  ..  ���������-.  m  istnctiXo.;8-^H. V: Edmonds E:;q.  ��������� 4���������W.Te'igue, E^qfe  ������n -A. W. Smith, l->q.  '.  7���������J. Ki������wp*ii. K?q.  libjlli  V  ������('   j3>-'.|,'  ������i U  <������/���������   1^   fi^-C; libjtli, Esq.  ���������]''������������������ By xommand'.; - ���������: v v JOHN A PH  ������.��������� ��������� j*   / -':.': v   \v.'' ���������'   rroyinciill asver ���������.'������������������<���������..'  . ������>y������ i..w* ij ������������������'������������������ni. mux i  mr22'3ta  1  AAV-  p      ,TG. r.       In the Supreme Court of  rrovlncial Secretary.       mr22 4m ���������    . <r%   ������������������'������i- t   rv> .1- *:   t '������������������ ��������� ���������������������������.*.;  '������������������������������������ ��������������������������� ",J :* --       .British Golumbia.'  :1c  fe  {L.S.1.  JOSEPH W.,TRUTCU.  #y:.        y     CANADAi,    .'  rPROVINOil OF BRITISH COLUMBIAi-  GENERAL .ORDER..-  Provincial Secretary's Oilier  19ill April, 1X73.  C:  \  VICTORIA,,by  tbe Qruoe. of Gad, of. the  'United' Kingdntu of G-reat Brjuin and. Ireland, Qukkn, Defender of trie Faith. &c..&;c.  U'a all to wh������"m these presents ehail -come���������  fe       GlUfibTING.  ,-.   a\ y.A PROCLAMATION.  AGzo. A.   Walkkm,** WHEREAS U fa  ', Attorney-GeneraU j    vided by Section 1 of  ���������vTbe County Conrte Extension Act,; 1873,"  tb a t; ���������' T b e Mi n i n g Cou r t cons ti 111 ted mi d er  ���������*'<;Tbe Gold Mining Ordinance;' 1867,' shall  , ��������� b'������' and is hereby merged' in! the Coiirity'  -"Court; and every County Court Judge of  *'A$r\tisb Col.UDi bia shall, Jjave arid be pos -  " se'ssed of Ihesathe jurisdiction, powera, and  ���������*' -anti) ori ties: as tbose b ad ah d ~- exercised by  41 it he: Gold Commissioners ap pointed, acting,  !" and presiding as Judges,of the said Mining  41 ,.Opur,fc; 5,, a nd, all Ap roceed ings  thereu nder  ^shali be bad and taken in accordance with  ''^R^rovisions'/of '"l The Gold Mihin<r Ordin  ���������������ftnceV"*'M67,,-a-id 4The Gold Mining Amend-  inent Actvi������7^/^  ,       .  .   ,-f ,  ^Aiid- whereus^^o^is������ Is Sussed i_t���������t the  :A?t should only b^e Ui\\ force and effect in  such portions of t the ^covince as the Lieut -  Pawnor in Cou-ocii mt^f^iii^ time."to time,  by Proclamation'order.   ' -^  And whet^as it isexp,edit,a^batfetbe said  Act shon 1 d have full force and !%ect in tbe  Klect o ral I) ist ri ct of C������Tib no, exc������p^^ t }V_  tion thereof kauwo ttSythe Otnitieca %^\n I  A PA XV?' r.y  Mi ��������� -vk.  the Court- ih Banc, at Ihe'SSujircrnd Court riooin iii the  City of .Victoria, for the ;l������ilowing terms, on the days  bereinatter mentioned,-namely:  For Hilary Term from the 15th to 25th February;  For Raster Perm .from the 15th,to 25th April;  For Michaelmas Term l'rom the 15th to 25th November.  T'icre u'H! be no. sitting. In Banc in 'Trinity Term.  In case any of'the days of tlie dates _������med for the  heginiiin? or ending of tbe Terms should fall orta  Sun������iay or Public Holiday, then theTcrmwill begm  or end'on tbe nest foiiovMng day. ���������  ���������;       ;.'���������   ���������  V --^ > ( MATT, >T. BE<3BrR. C. - J, - ���������'     /:  H.S,}    . -{HKNRYP.-PRLLBWCREASE, J  ^J (J. HASH LTON GRA^ J.  Dated Victoria, Janujry 24tlj,.l,8T3.    /!   inr2i  HTS Excellency lbe Lieuteuant Governor lias ln������������n  p|.;i:;ed id :i)ip������iu., tlio I olio wing 'geiUlenvJii'to  l>e;Returnin^ <>(fic>-r< tor tii^ fc-ev6r.il Rlfct'iraT Dis  Lricts of ilia Provlnew,  an lor au t to carry out life  provisions of (l The, Mem oers.: Indeinnit-y Act, 1873 :'���������  .   CARIBOO���������Xiimcs Lia.lsUy, teq/  LILLOOET--A. IV.' Smith. Esq. 'i  KOOTEN'AV���������Cornelius HoOth, E?q.  \ A liE--Wm:���������: Ten u.a*\ Esq; ������������������*'���������.  KKW WESTMINSTER,CiTY  AND DISTRICT.  H. V..Edmonds, Esq.  By command,  i ������������������   r   -       . .. /   ���������    'At JO_N.AaH,: ���������'  mylO.'.    . ��������� . ; .fe Provincial Secr.|tary.  Frori'cciiil Secretary's Office,  :'    19th A'prJj; 1873:  IS Excellency: tn e filente nar/t Gbvuriiitr iias bee n  pleased to nppoiut tlio following gentlemen to  be Registrars of certain ISIccturnl Districts, anderand  to carry out the provisions ot ,:Tlie QuaUQcation and  Registration of Voters'Act, 1871."  ; ��������� C A RI BOO���������Joh n Bowron,' Esq. ���������!    :  KtiOTBNAV���������C-'raelius. Booth, Esq.  ��������� VAL.B-Wm. Teaguo.Esq. .  LILLOOET -A. W, Smith, Esq. '  UPPER :FRASBB RIVHR.    ' ;  HURXNG.THE SUMMER WILL LEAVE  . . SODA CREEK ON l^IURSDAVS.."  As soon as possible a^ter Ihefanival 'of: BARNARD  & Co. ;s Stages, .aad     ..,   -       ,  QUfiSNEL ON  SUNDAY  AFTERNOONS,  AT 4 O'CLvl'?^..  Tho-undersigned'hopo. n'y a strict attention tu  i������usiness, to mt-rit a coaihiu nee ������-j tlu- putroba^  hitherto extended to Messrs. Marvin Ar Wriest" -  ��������� y . Freight, per ton,    ������������������-���������  ��������� -      -  ;   $������>Q'  Passage,    -     -   . -.   . - .   -        $&;  ...     . ...���������"..".-        GRANT  to. ARNDT.  -Soda Creek, April 1, 1873. , iuylO 6m  WBB-  ^__M;  I  **m  ^i___^'  B_SS_J-s_*;  mm  mm  p  WW  r  NEW,WE.<TMlNrfTERVCITY   AND DISTRICT-.  y"yy-- fl.'���������Vi...EtlmotiVli;";Esi. :' '���������-������������������      ���������-'  ;:  -'  '���������'���������'   ''-        By command,   "'f- - '  :> john Amy ������������������ ���������  Provincial.Secretary.  &PERRINS';-  'Celebrated  ' : '     >r  WORCE 9 TER SHIRE   , S AUCl.  Declared by CouB'oisseurctu*he  THE  ONLY   GOOD  SAUCE..  my 10  mOTICET IS HEREIN GIVEN,THAT,BY  *���������* AvProclamatton^^ -^ated tie ;^fch( jrinrph  1873, the ftftad ^istrjeu tfi^reiri Inatiied ��������� were  created ������n der tbe p'rtiV'isiois of " The - Koad  i^ten^n;.Act.;w3.,^���������-^T;;;^;^.'... aa>Aa^-  And thatby Section i^StheLarid Tax  Act,. i87"3^ ;it is provided tfmtthe Rtiad,Dig-  trictse'fltiEtblish^d under "Tie Rpad Extension  Act, 1873," shall be Land Tax Districts for  the pnrposf8fptthe Act.; '..-.   ,     A  The Road Disfric Is liitherto establ iabed ou  Van/jonver Island arte under the same section  made Land TaxyDistricts for tbe purposes of  the Act.   '..        -   -..fefefefe.:.: , V -.-.?' ',. .,  Baled the:8th day of March, 1873.     :' ���������Ai:  ���������������������������������������������      Bj Uotiimaod.   ' :' >   .  ,    fe JOHN ASH,-     fe  ,Bpoim.,A jAA ' - ;Frwi^  .,' , Provincial Sccre.tn ry'a Office,  '���������'-' y.A. A A'.,* AAAA''.    "a ^thAprHjim.'"!  IS Excellen cy the Lien tenant GbvertioV hai bfjon  IMoased to make the lollbwinjar appdiuiments ���������- i  ,   Benjamin ... Douglas, and, Robert  B.   JMcSiicklnir  Esquires, of Yale, to bo Coroners foriho Electoral  District of Tale./ :;       '     ,'      <.,���������>���������. >.yy-       '.������������������--.:-...  C. Booth, Esq.', of KooU>nay, to be Coroner for tlio  Electoral district of Kootenay;   y  -.     ��������� :,    ,   ;  '.     ,.:., ,     .... By comma nd;y ���������'....    ��������� .",     ....������������������-  ������������������'..'"_".     ''���������.'".:.,.'������������������.'.'���������.. joHNisH,'5'-';.  myI������ (, ���������".        ;���������   '     rrqvibcial Secretary.  i    ; ' Private Secrftarv'si Oppice,'  4tll 'April, 1873.  Caution Seam'st Fr_ucti���������TUu trccessof tida  inpst ,de'felons'������ nd unrivalled Condi;;u*y f Ifaritig  Cil U^,CPV'>; '*������������. ������i e,- tors to apply (h <? Vj m e.ol > ��������� Worcos.  tftrs live Hv ijce' 'to tlie-r own iuieilo* conipoHiKS, tlw  puhlicis lioveoy Jiiformcd tliaitbt only way to pn*.  cure the 'genuine, is to .!���������*?,.-?*.*���������.$' ���������'-������������������:������������������  ASK  FOR; LEA &/ PES_^NS������'; SAtrOE:  -an (1 to seo: ;t h a t the t r ��������� n a ni es Vr e iv������cm the'wbap^  f.ABKi.8, s-roppBii, ami HortivA.   '��������� * ���������-AUyA >' ''  '������������������:'"  Some ol tii a foreign. markei$. havi ng been supplied  with a spurious���������Wrircftslemifn^a-ttbe?������������ibii-th������ wwip;  per and labels ol which the iinmesiiVfi^Vyd Peifhi*;  uuve been, forged, L. and y. give- woi'ccMhat they  have furnished their corrcspou clouts w������tb powernl:  '���������"'wney to uice ingtitit procuetlljigf?;against ^^*-  AOTURKns and vkndors o j such,". or any bther.lnntar  o^^vvMilolitheirrightinaj^b'eihfringed'.-;: ,, ���������;.':*t.  Ask for'LEA So BERRINS* Satice and see  q^Je^on WraPPer, Label, Bottle, and,  ^^_ffi  _i_i__&  __������  i^^g:#  I_hK'  IPV  ���������  fe-^������fer  H  IH  HIS Ejrcellen^y the Lieutenant-Governor- nas. hken  pleased to place the following Gentlemeuoh the  Commission of the Peace lor. the.province of British  Columbia;     ,.'..';"'.     i-'     ���������'  ti 'R'"-P   Rithet   R LVi!yi,oI>f,xlo:aod forexportbytliePr^prlMore^Wof*;  H. A. Tuz'o, W. CnrtiB "War  llifflK'  JiimSyy-.fe-i>i7; "A'.-*:. -  .fe fefe:,,fefe?fe���������:fefe:'   ���������. .,;fe,.fe>'Xfe.fefe^  .... M  '���������������������������   "iflHfe

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