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 ���������������<'.��������� ,;U'i.U';; AW;  xonnraffHIST*-. j^. wi*5* wwv-.*vuvu** v^r,��������������� v**.���������o. 5 ���������r--  once" great But now .poor j ir  'fe;&&*4^)&&ftrri��������� trferaand he is look  rival OI ������U ciui-iiHwav.).;������ v ������j. jr ^/v* *y **. w^*"^ >: -."���������  look and stare at hiiaAvith the greatest curios-  ���������IttlJu^rff^ Wftliithe Mlure^of the1 supper  'Bridge Eiver,  Lillooet feqewed ;a> mortal  " woundT'an^ notSi%^orJ- qfl^vjpiwfder. can  Wcr bring ft founfi. a&ain to: the.. rank it pace.  heldV^i^t^n^*1^ ^^gbW3^ truth;haje������  ^���������b^^^M^^^in^t-'feTO^erpi^- town.]in  p resaea ?. mi\ suitor, a. 1yuur uuuiig- a, uuusmuu.  stand^fo������ ybufipaper was looke^/ugrju as life  ' -pl^tiar and? in *p.ti ywty Triixirig ;;tip/y in ������������������ pqiia^rela  ������of 'any; iind $ttf which y onjpp^Aajii'ibute, y 6ur  jgre^i'succes4i''>^Btit iharing MreaUy^ |) eeii-- too  d^^thy^I wilVdefor this jsi^eofeiil^ihy <nextj  ��������� '"' ��������� AA^rv "rf- 'A '<*& :* ��������� "J v' *Pbtbr' fFpLLBTf ^  Z; [WW ^aiipot^alttwvthe ldst!])aifagrkpH.^f;par  corre'spjpiide^' tf'leitte'r to' !p ass^wi thout stating,  attention of i miners -as-? long^asSo-raahy other  more favorable*'inducements int Cariboo fe^  main* w^i0k.^are������niobe. sure><jf ^success, j^Ttfe;  f inhabiiahtis ofr fiillooet however still cling Jto,  hope, but 3; am;a^^,|hey are, doomed Jo^dis-  1 appointme'fti^r^e^^  he struck it Is likely^gqods {would, ibe; trans^  A jyorted; fronv Seatp^^^^������ii$ 'ii-by^ft^th^;  ���������/'6hdrMt^rb'&fe:dwectfioftne":'M trail  . ;'made AhyJSjr. IJewdiie^isxenfcirely^valueless,  A and m fact th^i?greates|j huiaihug: of a .trail if  .- -eveV sawf "i ^isitedBt'sliortly dffferSiV wasiom-  pleted, thei^ ^ happeiiedK;Ufe the time to beta  small:itma^going?u^ only  loaded, with Wtyjfbsrof flour-each; ;iLnoticed  :; in j^Cwst.i&gerq^ least'  . 'iajse ^stepI ^ouM hurtrthem #overUpcecipic.es--  ��������� ��������� into tlie^river beloW/that trees^were ^ft stand^  where the stoiewall^on: Jfce 16w#r:side ha|  ; 'been laia,d;n;the slop^  :iFwouid%ive way as the-animals stepped pa  it.   Altogether^ i^S^kMJiich .entitles |Ir.?  ;nappy toantorm you;:w<xi>.^;,ihuMuj^������-���������'; o,r������  4Dut^^ats^archo������?aSisNTiNi3ii:Q  ���������whicti^vfiea*^  tolMiile^^  ^1 hWe beeaZtoo^leiigi^y^ntpvcan^  withLmodet ^ithou^^^  lof ?i������ ������rrK;MiiLJShe credit theyk-eally^eserve  ^:fbrteeuterprise  unu ;��������� ��������� fin^Aiow.hf work than could nave  i?able^f#indin^^]^  itiid twheratS4s^po:d^akes^ QM^\������Mi^P^trr;  Anoteffiltis,^  ���������A /m.Seo^ifathi^  whichL think when cbnipleteawill materiaUy y  : /affect the otherl^lpas-transportation^oss,  ithe Fraser antP'two imitesIVb^trUyel will be;  avoided. ' Haa ^rSc^however erected his  MUlfur^^^  CavS beeniifort^  to'the farmers^' for; ffi^iiuih;e?isd ciua^tity;ndf  : *wheat ��������� is: Bbing braised "this ^yeai^ sps ip;|9  .ffiatbar^ianioa^  . lam confident not half enough is raised for  ��������� next-yea^^consiiraption., ,^A.n.o\y,. though  .not without regre^JI^i^felfeW-gobd. bye.to  LilloQetrfoilt,cannot be denied that ,fpr climate; and situation np placevm the Colony can  .��������� ��������� :equai it.   ���������"-i. ���������  ������������������������������������'' 'i^l'A w a-'- Av..A���������' As  -H'retutrhing;; l^'fhad-a'yiew, of'Mr; Scows  .graraVtheV^  The great dr.a\yliack6iV-th^  ditch whichi'lrrigatba it!starts at th^Fduntain,  a distance of six miles, :a, great!portioii.of.-'it  passing over slides and steep hill sides; thei'e-  by rendering rep airs a constant source of ex-  .' ^pense. --:      :; "   -"/"''A,  ,    . / SHET yOUNT^ RANCET^; . Al  Owned by Mr. ,Lorenzp, will; yield a good  orop this year, and" the proprietor xw���������iU now  ���������begin to reap'' the'harvest he s(b: wellidesei^ves.;  Upwards^ &00 acres are tliis season' under  cultivation; at least one-half of this land has  been dug:by hanrj, ;and^ the stories^ which. are  numerous, ve^p^e^iyA^ie,pic'k aud'crowbar,  the cost of wnibh'-could ;jtt6't have'"been less  ���������than: $50 per. acre.-I know of no exceptiouto  an excellent crop on the different.farms' on  both sidesof theTiver from Loreiizo?s up. to  Pavilion ereek^^s'TtHscHbe^ liyj'ypu in ;,the  spring. The crops'in-tliis-part of tlie country,  are more equally divided in wheat,;bafley anc������  oats, thati iii' other districts; corn^ buck wheat,"  The^dmihistTaiiohv-'d'f  ;$������i#^ Z  '^-''^:iliMli:BfiYit%%/A/''S"''  j} y^ -,j ?;.}. y)   < *r >-iv   *������������������;   ���������;    , '_     '������������������'���������������  . '-J,, VS* sAAA-   "'DEALER IN'-::lV;'   //'    *';'  to... We "are only,sorry^ tb.^knowtithat^cer^in^  "gijieViSi'ces daexist^whicb we^ o^bW toic^ ^tyj  toltfie^public ?dem ahdkMs-& J'tjsef purljiitmpst'  ^end,eavoiir -in ;��������� agitating * until i;e*dressed^e-  ..Keying'fas we;do that; the latef ��������� i&atja'd^miUfcrari  itip%:woug;niw  security ^which, ife was^nteniied1' fey^ '.pur: 'E'^gis?  Jlatbrs tMef -Should; confer^ and:" #118!" loudly-  for refbrhjpwhicjiffinptfepeedily ip^liedfwift  nave; the e,ffect ^f !dfiving' n. great portion of  ouiv mining p^)ulation out of the; cpuntiy, ]n,  utter disgust;���������Ejx] ///f\'������ A v'-AA A'  0ggr> A story is going the"rounds .of ,a man  livingo^Wesfc ^6^comp|etes' eigli^pg,ivs. pi:  ytltrg&sijzeli^ edited of  JtheriReyrl ������brk '(febe^saiy^ it^Sul'd ��������� te' !conf  lider^ed^smail-- doings >in^tiiiS;!c|fe fjf Ther^ Is |a  ift-fl Ta:*f ������hViif*mfi.irA> rl ritvn *���������!n������vtne  swaniDS. who:���������  neexciaimeu-wim yuuuuu, , ������j.uii^yi ������-;^^������u,������*  be'iSli de ,fellerP?i 'The! efie'dt w,asplectricjil,f ihe  !seridiis^ouofe%ncesv^        ^a^e^tt^e^n%rf  ryones;  *  yy.ynf .��������� v ���������.;���������?- ^ -���������'��������� * .-r^rr;^^-*^; >,  v A~:0������& Mt^^^i^^i^^%oin^mt61 church^  was observed by^  "Sir, j; will bear-witne^s'^against ypu; at the  day. of j udgmqiit.7^' !j������e^ lawyer^ ^shaking?: his.  "head with drunken gravity, replied������������������:'��������� ^.'I-have  practiced-twentyffiye years.at thfe bar,' and al-i  ways5 found tlie! greatest rasc^thd s first iip^turh;  ^ateVevidence?L^ '*      ���������  j:-. v>p; 7,*;:ix?/ 'i'?---g("''v.r ���������'- .PC ��������� '���������.'������������������- ri  -,.'' ';:'" ���������,i*^.,r-'-  ''l:-? ��������� ><������������������!������ V>  ,^   ALL^N^ LAMBERTrifsOPJlIBTpRS.:,,;;:  S", \;BA^^Si/EXPRBSS^|;&c.-^;i _  A;.     -    ,    '':  1 ,      '.      .������������������  ''"   \:':     A A "Ar.  1 .-'    !     f - '/  f' 'I. I  '���������}>.    -���������' ���������   AAA  .'{��������� ;���������'���������������������������������������������      :������������������'..;���������<:���������.���������.?���������������������������������������*  "A'-A^-AaAA1  ,'��������� ���������.->"���������''  .^THEvBAiNKs OE<  0^>H^  ,������t.'iv/r������"j^  ��������� i-^vii^vw..' .i-i j������ ;j'i;i .a,.;;. *W  mr^iBmm  '���������;-;wr    ..-'" ,l, J-o?i  "j,- - - f' i^i i^IQTp'RU'J AND 'NA^AIilO;''. y'"  ? '   ;; ("IN:^RITISH, COLOMBIA,.. j\ > .  new ^iSi^^r^  ON TKE BANK OR MONTREAL. ���������"IN, CANADA,  MK������*Weai-- -Toronto,,, Qaebec.: EamiHonr >London,'i King-:-:'  on, Cf)hViiik.  Belleville, B.rjintl'pr,dt} Brock- a.A-a;  |ALSO^  Institute  -,-mv^** J^s:"th'ompson, pwfeji r'r,; .'��������� ,  ,:;    JAS1ESAND.ERSOy,Vio^?eSidenx.  .  -  ;  ������������������   - JOHN'������MACLARE^-'J ^    '" '    " I  ���������'��������� <s ' *.DR, Wv.Bi^WILKlNSON^VDlBECTORS.        \������;  ^JOHNvBOWRON, :ri ,-;, Secretaey ^Librarian,.w  Pronouncing fcJazetiGer 01,0110 f *y-yruiiv^W,r^^?s^-*^ '<  SEnglisb, Scotti^Ganadian, American, and (Mo-  iiialPapors and Magizines...f   .��������� -.   nwr.fa .   _  Terms of Subscription^^ r.cr quarter, or fe2 pur  fi&fltr^ Slflp voiamcs iflfiffB* tObou^ubspr^M^'atv  third  mony,-replie'dv ^Vef den yo'ii-see,, de first time  I married -for./love���������dat; :������\yash; .gopt^'.den. I  marry fpr;)>eautyl���������d  fiin?e I married foi^ monishr^-and dis; is: better  as both?'- /' /-i :-a  ,,-;. ".;/-._ ;���������:;.-;������������������������������������:  mined tosell^Wra^h^aporthaii^nj.     ...   ,  .WifHamsGreek;jiCtomean*speaud3^  techtteld, ��������� May 5th, 1866.: T.;  -   ::. ^3 ��������� - * - ��������� ��������� ��������� -'.:    x  Thr fUsivBBsix.,';PRA.OTiCE of mixing Chicory and  bthoradultcrativeB with Coffee, has very much aaraat-  od iu public estimation, what ought'to; be-tho most  deUcious-oCBaveriiges Sn efreGtuially'havetucpuDlJo  been drueeod with such mix'tures that tho true properties an ve been Wst^ight .of,- and^niany prefer a blnck  and thick infusion; to jj, driultrich in spirit LjHia ^roma.  General as is. tlie use Jf CQlfbe, i it ������te. iiui^known tb;U  m condeusi i? the vapors ..extracted from the berry m  roastrng? a -lW- is obtained of i the, most nauseous  ������5 ofascenttliemostunbcar^le   tynders������ch  circumstances, it; .is eyidently important thac:a I lhe  Sa* antf Ualda extracted, by"roasting; sho.uhlbo .car  riod oil asquickly: as possible, in order to prevent^thtir  conllne  plished  SSctly^ox^lo^io radiSed'heat, and tffiyw*  extracted carried off instantaneously. If������M^g  Lbo advantage to be doriyedby the rapid removal: oT  ic steam containing the objectionable; properties, tho  ^Lmaor the Conee is retained, the jaw^J^  eina preserved and not exhausted ��������� ;is m the Oyima"  iSer Avherothe-Cotlee is required to remain a.much  ~tlrhe in coo^uenco *f**���������^l\^:  L es bv the confined steam. It is chemically ���������Vf  So to return the qualities or arrest;tho deteriora ion ol  Se Nvhen ground.- The.heat engendered by the pro-.  SSof lUiMaft and especially 01= gr^ding, crepes an  SXd in the elemcntarynvirts^wJiich gradually de.apj,  ^ mnpU for drink. But to retain, the essential cj  ;^vbitf&KS Wo^avd- it encased in tins contammg  ������ m i lb to 28 "lbs., and which can bo had Irom at.y of  Spectre dealers; Wc can conadently reewnend  t nsWho have hitherto been"obliged,to retrain on  f i^^Ooiree on account of its ill ettects that they may  u^ mrX r,Sd In the Conical Roaster beings -  ��������� ������;������nn7iorl bv all medical men; under whose notice  t  SSSlVa-l by namoroc^thor ^moma.3  ������.!Ui favor.    cfcifte jxorciiants, YatcaSt,, Yiotora;  red:25vcts. for "each; visit; -4i ���������  ,   1    .    ,(  ^VJJSs' ThejEodm will bo open frdmliO a^infetilllO^Jthi  i      s   '.:   ���������" ������-      .���������-.'>', JOHN BPAVRQN,  t. .  , vvSecretrury and^Librarian,  r  ^.CURRENT ACCOUNTS opened' for 'any amoiinVnoi,  less than 'Oh^Eundre.d'Dollars., y,-\ ���������> 11.,'������;'; -"''������^J-/' -   , :  'Bills Discoiinfedliud'Colleeted ��������� and Bills-off Excb.am1 o  t^T.mn .**' .Snii :CiciTir������5C'rt/\ :   nni,r.":Mani .VrwV..iiniiv;,r.  ���������-���������:���������  y  Ayy  -���������v.;i  '���������-.'  A  yi  ���������.'���������:������������������  A; AA.  ^  A  :������������������':  * ���������:������������������  >v;y  1  s  A  ::���������  A  1  il  :;/. 1  'A-  y  SI  i'Vi;';  1  ��������� ������������������  A  A  A;  iwy  :-Al, '���������  1  1  "..-, Gold -D.tTSTj&eUod and Assayed, and returns'made  withih;24>Hoiirs.,:���������';"���������:AAlhA wA,^ \A\'Al;Wyiryy 'iAy 1  Ores 6ffdV^ryidescription carefully 'Assayed.   > ��������� , ,  "' ^r^is66Z':^^^^^ :;  Ayy I wZy ^HB- 'BANK-;Of8' ^/'1? \ H:   ,1^1?.,-  l'vK';v-  : J :VH^D>P^^S^vHELiSNS ���������-PLACE'" LONDON?,';, i;  <,'v  ^^^������t���������e^**,'^^''^,'',^'';;u*''4,^'  "?  > WHOLESALED RETAIL  T3  Lrtf!  c -RICHFIELD, Williiims^fce^iBivC,* ^^  top.,  ..::o*i- .'. ���������      * ��������� RltfHFIEXD,:  '*��������� -1-   ,:--'-   ;::  prqiisions/ (smti mm, mm^G;&c  ���������v.������ y >������������������ *i -;������;: "Storage* attd^bmmission?'/:;:'' "r *"-;;'-? s *".;::  :! BARriERVlL^ ^  ^^yincjalrBj  -^^^yof'^Sxciiange' and Gc^d^^rirfchi^ed;'  ,:'i Interest on SpecialtDep'osits;of i^Money allowed at the  rate of a quartf^oiVono percent.>p^r month;{.\ ������������������, iyAs  ''jGoli^ Dust,Melted aud' Assayed; kn'd ^returns made.  with in 124 noiirs in Coin #r Bars^ 'j   .. ..<*." t; .\,'������;,' - ?1; A--  ; r' Ores oD evcryfctescription carefully Assayed, i,--1 ' -  t. ^N iB;Tr-Apyimstructibh& as to the disposal of the j5rt^  ceeds of Gold Dust $ forwarded, tol tho-offlco in'Victoria  for Assay will-be.caretuily attended-to.. yylAj .m-vAr-  y'WA: yAAyw.vi. . ;:;'j.x5,SHEPHERD, Manager, y  '.Vlotori^tV-nJi^Apill;518615. '; 'f ( '    ;   ,.(1;B !; ^  0>.Lr������������  BREW:BR;  '���������'A ' CAMERpNTOWN7...'���������' ; ���������'[<.:. 7  JAMES   PUR.DIE, ���������  RICHFIELD. -  1  BARKERVILIvE-Adjoihing the Express Office/  MrJ���������BLACKMAN3  BAKKEKVIljLE.  B AJ^! N A R." D >,S     Aj A  Connectingl M'*3^ii6bet*landt.Yale withV.DIETZ;iss  i '-:,'��������� ;j*i NELSONS'^for JiTew^^eStminster & ^Ictorja,  X&TVj!������'ARRIVE^AMD;IDEPART[from5,the?oitieb iii,  ��������� VV tBarkerviileV to. connect with:trie steamer. ''Enterprise?5 atQuesnelmouthj 'iahd': the STAGES "at Sorla  CreekrEArERX ^EEK/;^  ���������'a nQj^riiuABras for all parts of;'the world; ���������. s Also, >Gom-:  missions receivod ��������� and forwarde'd by ��������� Express for. ,th.e'  coUeetionjofi:Nbtes,iBills and^the ^purchase of;articies  to beobtnined at HewMestminster^^������iqtori^:San: Fran������  cisco or eh route" and returns.:made:'Wtt'n'Trfispatpfi:: A"l,ll  ��������� , ��������� '���������:; ... lV JOHN B.-LOVELL:. .  1-s .'���������:���������'      :;;    ��������� '���������'.'-' ; ��������� ' ���������       iAgeht, Barkerville.  BARNARD'S' STAGES will carry passengers' from  .Williams!. Greek to Yale for, $76 00.-  ��������� jjcg������Tickets must be procured at: the.oluco in Barr;  ���������kerville.::"'  '*: ......sA :,���������-��������� r;      ..  yl.i X9 s   A-':'���������'������������������:���������     :.   JOHN B.'LOyELL, Agent.  BARNARD'S   EXPRESS.' ;  Reductioniii ;the Prices of Express Freight,  N AND AFTER THIS DATE  the' rato for^Express  . Parcels frbni i'alo'to Barkerville "will be ,  Parcels frbm% to'50 rhs.v "'     - 75 cts. ^ rfe. ���������  do     "do   50 to 100 tfes. 621-2 cts, fy ife.  do      46   100!lljs.rand over   "50 cts .7^ if}.'  :   JOHN B. LOVELL,; J;  Agent,. Barkerville.  June20th, 1866/   ::        :.;;,   A ��������� lA'-A,-. AsW.kaA  AUCTIpOTER, . MJMNG'.;' & 'COifMlSSIOJSr  .'���������BABKEJiVILLiiS'. >'������������������      '��������� A, |IIE CARIBOO MTINEL  7r~^r~TBURSDAYJi JULY 26, 1866.    y   '  The natural enqn'irv- -has been made by  mnny,. what ha8 been effected by the repre-  ; flotations made by our Delegates at the seat  ��������� of Government in New Westminster?   Just  let Vis review the matter laid before his honor  the Administrator of the Government for his  consideration, and then ascertain what redress  ; lias been granted.   In the first place the resolutions plainly and ^distinctly Bet forth "that  ���������.;.<* thei administration of the mining? laws py  . ^Mr.JusticeBegbie in the Supreme Court was  "partial, dictatorial; arid arbitrary in setting  " aside the verdicts of juries, and calcTiIated  - ���������*{ to create a feeling of distrust' in;those who  "have to seek redress through a Court of jus-1  ",tice,^ thev likewise called for the impartial  ��������� ad ministration of jus fa'ce, the establishmen t of  '��������� a Court of Appeal,' or the removal of Mr. Justice Begbie. ila there anything in the document we .published last Monday to justify -the  belief that immediate measures will be adopted to prevent a repetition of those grievances  ^complained of? What does Mr. Birch say ?  " The only resolution it is necessary or desir-  ������������������'���������������* able for me to refer to is that moved by Mr.  - "MaeLaren and seconded; by Mr. Perrofct; in  il which the meeting urges; the necessity of a  '���������" Court of Appeal."    The concluding^clause  ,,   of that resolution is left entirely unjaoticed,  - although it is ,the most, important pafWolfcthe  whole, nam ely, the remo vol lot the cause'of al I  the dissatisijactiori and- discontent that exists.  ���������Instead of. instantly answering, the appeals of  ; the people and appointing a second Judge, for  the creation of ��������� }vhomv,px������urisJQn Ahm--been  :rA jrrt&de?^ which the peo-  ' pie of' the Colony iqutil jr. call, his honor  ��������� the. Administrator :of the Goyernment apo-.^j  flbgizes vfbr.   the ..postponement    of   that  ; A: appointment until  the ��������� anion of the C6l:  -.? onies by the. Imperial GoyernmentTis consur  ;; mateu/ - We ��������� cannot ieonteeiye what such a  ���������union has to do with the: establishment of an  ;~ important office for A^hicbAprovision; has already been made out of the ;qblonial revenue/  AMP; are well aware.that;wl&niiie colonies are  !   iinited we shall have no reaspr^tp..ask for such  ��������� an: appointment;1 as, we will then have an able  ��������� coadjutor mjhe^iidjge of vtteiSupemeCourt  of Vancduver.Island.   It is yer^yevident how-  ���������.lever frfltfn the tenorv.bf shiSibonor/s remarks  that we wiii he compelled to submit to-the tie^  0rees of an������������������irresponsible' ��������� judged yvithout, the  A ;-5 east shadow .of redress .until^it .may-, please  : ^HerlMajesty's Government: .tonunite the col^  ��������� onies..  We:think;that it.is tlie fruity, .of the :Ei-.  [��������� ccutive, even, if hejdoes;no������ possess .the*powet  "?  of removal, at least ..^  ;|" into. the caui'es^qf theIdiscqnten fc that 'exist relative to the acts.of the Judge of the Supreme  Court in recenV cases.; A The-.dignity, of ^ the  v^o(fice as well.as common ' justiqe .;tp :tJie^/community at large demand this.at-thie hands'-of  tbe. Governroent,vand- we trust;that i_his;bonor  . -the Administrator;of the Goverhmehtj-' who  ^vill be-herej soon willlose no tinie in taking  r this subject under his serious consideration.  It is true his honor throws out a suggestion  for the resuscrtation of the Mining Board of  ��������� 18b'3, which he thinks would be able; to; pre-  veut much vexatious, litigation.unider  the  .powers defined in the Mining Laws of1865,  and this is the only satisfactory portion of the  1 whole document, for it leads to the hope that  with his co-operation and sanction: certain  laws may be passed by that body- which will-  eftectuallv put ah end to the tedious and ruinous lawsuits that it has been the misfortune  -of this-community to have imposed; on them  for the past three years. * Now, that there, is a  probability of correcting by the means here  ���������  pointed out some of the evils we suffer under,  -Ht will be the fault of the miners themselves  if they do not rally to the polls at the appoint-.  >ed time, and elect men in whom they eanj������������-  pose the utmost confidence, and who wiil'per  ��������� iorm their duty honestly and manfully both  to themselves and the public.  to the companies that are working them.    If  we are to believe Mr. Hopkin, and we must  supposed that had he not been a credible person, and one who understood mining and mining machinery, he would not have been employed to make a report, Australian companies are paying 30 per cent from rock that  yields in onccase li dwts. a ton, in another 2  dwts., arid-in a third 3 dwts; ; The Black Hill  mining Company has a 100 horae power engine j  driving six batteries of ten stamps each, and  eachstamp weighing 6*00lbs.   The consumption of wood is 150 cords a week ; the number  of men engaged 90, assisted by-4 horses. The  average quantity of rock crushed weekly is 1000  tons, rising to 1500 tons when working softer  materials, casings, etc.    The cost of getting  the rock by quarrying the faoe of the hill is  $1 a ton, of crushing and separating^ cents.  Tbo -crushing machinery being, self-feeding,  and the .whole; 60 stamps only requiring the  attention of one man, will partially account  for the Remarkably small sumv set down for  this operation.   The average yield of 3he mill  for three inonths. was 2.dwts. a tori, value $2,  at $20 an ounce, the net profits earned in 3  months being $8,445, of which $7,798 was  actually distributed amongst the shareholders,  being over-25 per cent on tho capital; besides  the balance earned forward-to the next quarter's profit and loss account   A smaller, company working ore yielding 1������ dwts., after an  outlav of $20,000, made .$6,000 profit .for 12  months'work.  "Some of the advantages which the Australians appear, to have may bo owing to the saving in wages���������the ordinary rates being fully  one-third less than in California; and something also may be owing tp^he^p;QkvJ>������i!jg-j  more iH^bjte^'artd'lEo less intricate separating  processes being necessary.    But the statement that ore can be got out, carried to the  stamps, crushed, and amalgamated for ��������� $156  is so extraordinary as to' command attention.  Mr; Hopkins himself felt that the report" of the  Black Hill Mining Company as to j their expenses "might be viewed with suspicion, and  says rthat>*if the statement of the owners of  the Black Hill Mine needed verification it  would be found iii ihe New perseverance."  :. ';The enormous extent of poor ores, not workable by any process now in use on the Pacific,  bat. which, if this Australian method is applicable; might be profitably mined, Jshould be  an inducement to send a. skilled; engineer" to  examine and report upon the;Australian quartz  minesi   But even the consideration of increased economy in working mines already paying  well;.would.justify the leading- companies  sending an officerat their< joint expense ?td ascertain the truth of these'statements,anc}-answer; the;questiori.whether California canlearo I  ^anything from the example of theyoujnger  gold field of Australasia."    J , '/a A  ���������A "In your paper of Thursday I notice an article on the economical working of gold ores in I  ���������Australia.   You say in substance, that ore is  mined and. crushed for SI 56;, per ton J '-and  oonsequentlyores yielding 2 dwts;and 3 dwts.  per tori, will give a dividend...  It is also stated that the self-feeding. apparatus requires  only one man to 60 stamps, which crush 1,000  tons per week.    I. think this, last statement  must be an error.    No one man is able to  shovel 1,000 tons of rock into a feeding, box  in that space of time.    You suggest that an  engineer might be sent to Australia to ascer-v  tain and study the modus operandi of working ores so cheaply, and if applicable, introduce the same mode of working here.      , .  . . "I will give you a few facts tEat came under  my observation on Australian working. While  I was Commissioner to the World's Fair in  London I had a,great deal of intercourse  with Australian mine owners and engineers,  and, from all I could gather, I found that  their mode of working was wastful in the extreme.'   We had.there several lots of Australian quartz, and.they went to the expense of  putting up in the exhibition yard an 8 stamp  mill to show their working.    This ore was  charged with sulpburets, like those, of our  together; and this is the reason why; all concentrators here fail to perform the separation.  It is not necessary to invent any new concentrators; there has already been invented  enough, if people would only study what has  been in practical use in other countries. They  will find, by following strictly their examples,  that any mine having a large vein of ore paying over $5 of gold per ton/can be profitably-  worked as I will show.  "Suppose webave a 20 stamp mill which:will  crush 20 tons per day, the expenses to be as  follows : Fuel $10; 2 engineers^ $5; 5 lafedrerja  $10; wear and tear of iron etc., $5; superin-  teridant, $4; total, $32. For this : amount > we  can crush and "concentrate. 2ft tons into; %���������:, or  perhaps 2 tons, which we may; either sell .or  work. By the; best mode of working, this one  ton will not cost over $30 or $35,. making a  total of $70, or $3,50 per ton; inmany mines.  Ore can be raised for from- 50 xents to; $1;  consequently,$5 will still leave a -profit^ and'  then we have worked our. pre 2d per cent  closer than thejf do in Australia*.   ;..   ,  A good 20 stamp mill with; all the necessary j.  machinery for concentration can be built for  just about one-half the money most of our present mills cost, and I ani sure they will produce betterresults, J. Mosheimek.".  To the Editor or '/ur " CAnrooo Skntlveij;-?  Sm,���������I am compelled to refer.through your  columns to the reference made by Mr. Justice  Begbie yesterday at the opening of the Court  to the presentment of the Grand Jury. ���������  , It is rossniLE that the jury may have been  misled in some points, as stated by.the Court,  and I express tb_ej;egret_o^  ^ha^fewas noT corrected in these points, if in  error; -:;    .., '- AAZaa  The only reason given by the Court for not  advising so was that the report was handed in  on Saturday afternoon and published on the  Monday following. ;   . Zy/>  Now the report was handed in on a Saturday forenoon, and was published from a copy  made by the Clerk of. the Court, over whom  the Court and not the jury had control.  Yours truly,      ���������'"..���������'<  A  '���������-   John MacLaius^. ���������  Williams Creek, I  Cariboo, B. C, July 26th, 1866 )  NEW ADVERTlSKSii^  W1LLSOON BE IN RECEIPT ������, A r..,  WELL ASSORTED STOCK- 0^   ^  ,&^hqes; ^b; '  ,. ���������;, ,^:do-sp,at! LOWEST^PRiclf' ^  WilllijnB Creek; July, 16tb, 1866.' :" ���������  ������tE������E||||f^;  !WHOLBSALEiAND BETML DEAtERSJfvUti  AAA >v nJAA '��������� ��������� '-KINDS-0^:-; ������������������-"���������'��������� >-��������� A?r  ' tlQffORS; SEGAHS  '\^C-I> O THlNd/l'  Ay .BOOTa^.&^SHOES-^;, I  MimN&ATO^/kiii  , Beg to call the attention of Miners and others  :-.,,  ������ their.full assortmeut of SUPERIOR;GO0D3  '���������'.,.,.-; ���������..-.  -.,' wh|cU will bo.sold .u-  . y ;,.:...  A^;lG-Q^:t;;;w^|^s;i:  to mako room for a KEWSTOCK to arrive; bomqu as  ' '��������� A-.y-.A- '������������������. ���������-"the Roods are.openi \ '���������.';":;' ���������'..:.  ; jz^* Liberal aHowane������ iwill. be made to  RoBtaurant oad"Hotel "Keepers,and the Trailli generally'  on largo orders.;' ��������� ':'...';'  -   \'    i  . j^r We feel it a duty .we owe to the Grand  Jiirv:attd to- ourselves to state, in reference to  the insinuation that fell, from his honor Mr.  justice Begbie in the course of his-remarks  to the Grand Jury, yesterday respecting their  Report appearing in print before he had an  opportunity of considering it, that the copy  of the document was not surreptitiously obtained by us, as his honor's remarlcs implied,  but procured on application from Mr. Pooley,  Registrar of Court, on Saturday evening, the  23rd ultimo. Z/Al;  ,^^A quarterly meeting for the election of  officers of the Cariboo Literary Institute will  he held in the, Reading Room, on Saturday  evening next, the 28th inst., at 8 o'clock, p. iu.  Bathing ��������� : EstabHslM^!  ...BAREERyJLLfiv-:.; A:'w:>:'-:'  ,: Ai-'-iSext Bank of .British-North America,)' "���������  Di ^LEWIS tegs' leave to,Inform the Ladies aad  . i,r Ceotlemes of Williams.Creuk.flhd'Tlcfnily thai  he Hag fitted up a BATHROOM at considerableexpease.  for their accommodation, and hopes by close"ttltintloa  to bus'loess tb merit a share of their patronage. ->���������:;���������  ^���������Hewlrl-also! attend to Extracting, .Filling and  Cleaning of Teeth.; \     ���������wy Al A! ; '������������������*��������� .;. A'AAM '���������'  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  A   Cj^RD.  THE SISTERS OF ST. ANN present their most sin-  cere thanks to their benevolent friends in Cariboo  for the donation of $23750, to-day banded them through  tbo kindness of Mr, Lauthcister and Mr. Mackaren,  Victoria,-0th July, 1860. 24    ���������  1$0?;A/]K  '���������:  \aZZ.Z/b^^  T^flk' PROPW^BS^AKK PLEASURE "in^ annowic. \  X i jig: to tlieir friends and, the' public general ly thai  theyiUave rejltted this epaciooa Saloon, and \frilJ open.  tbe mmo on' TUESDAY;EVENING NEXT/'wWn'tfiiy.'  will be bappy to entertala all wbo may give tlifim acaii.  ..!.)'.-.    ;������������������','.  ..". .   ., Ay.  ROSS & BURDICK, ���������/  ' A]A: ���������������������������       '"���������';  ,���������-;<". ;'...-..'-Proprietors.  >Barkervine, July 2nd; 1886. V ''IT' Al-  1  RICHFIELD^  BARKERVILLE, B, C  ECONOMICAL QUARTZ MINING.  The following article and lete from  ���������Tcspondeht;: Which we clip from the Sail Francisco ^BuUeMn,J may not, be uninteresting to  our readers, as shewing' to -what a state of  perfection the improvements ia mabhincry  and new processes fbr the extracting of gold  fram quartz have been arrived at daring the  last few years in Australia and California. It  id truly astonishing to find how cheaply quartz  lodes can be worked in the former country.  The suhjeefc seems to be engaging theearnost  attention of Calitbrnians, and ought, above all  .others to be of the first importance to us  Jintish Columbians, who have hot yet made  ine least advance in this valuable branch of  ���������gold mining: _ , ;  \i- We published on the 22nd mSt., some ex-  -tracte from the report of an English engineer  oa the quartz mining, machinery and processes of Australnv which are well worth the  smdy o every one connected with vein min-  mg. We have many quartz veinsin this country, assaying $10, $20 and S30 to the ton  ores, and the consequence was tbat they got  very little tree gold out, and four-fiftns remained in the tailings. I explained to those  gentlemen that such a mode of working  wouldn't pay, and what they Jiad to do was  to concentrate the ore and w^ork only the concentrated stuff. I was then engaged as engineer not only for the Australian but also for  the English mines, and introduced a system of  forking, which is now described in English  and Australian papers as the Hungarian,process, and highly lauded as the cheapest and  best mode of working gold ores.  '{The works I designed and built were not  strictly the Hungarian mode of working, as  not all the ores were suitable for it j but the  greater part of it was, no thing more or less  than concentration. And this is exactly what  we want in California. Nearly all our ores are  fit for concentration, either by fire or water���������  the latter being the cheaper, We hear a great  deal of talk about concentration, but very few  know the real meaning and fundamental principle nf it. Many concentrators are advertised as new inventions, but none will ever come  up to what people, here want a concentrator  to do.   They want to run ali the stuff, coarse  Office Hours,     10 a. m.,   to   3 p. m.,   ;'".  Mondays,   -    -   7 to Hia.m.,& 12to3p.m.  Saturdays,   -     10 a.m.,   to   4 p.m.  M3F* No business transacted on Sundays.  .ROBERT BURRELL,  ���������   - Manager.  21st July, 1866. 23  M^SSKS. HARBI8-& CO. 'beg to inform "tfw  Iu. .Miners.' Hotel Keepers and tbo inhabitants in gee  oral of Williams Creek, that they have opened a First  Class BtKicber Sbop; in "the town of RICHFIELD, and  trust to merit a liberal sbare of the public patronage,  and that their old friends will kindly give them a call,  . JRicbfleld, July 6th, 1$66.      . ,; 16-4ro. .  GAUTIO  GROUSE   CREEK  PARTIES ARE HEREBY CAUTIONED AGAINST  negotiating.a certain Promiiisory Note, drawn by  us in favor of VICTOR DURAND, and dated Barkerville, Cariboo, June 17tb, 18C5, as tbo undersigned tfiw  certain claims against .'said victor Durand wbicb soaa  bo deductod from the- amount oi the ;said Promissory  Note "'' ���������"      ... OPPfiXUEIilER &C0..  wmlamBCreek, July 14tb/1866.       .    ;    ;?������....  rpHE UNDERSIGNED begs to inform the public that  1 the.above establishment was opened on SUNDAY  tAST, the 22nd July, and that ho will bo happy to receive a call from his friends,  lm* BOARD $18 PER WEEK. *������&  Bread, Pies and Cakes always on hand for sale.  23 A. KELLY, Proprietor.  f,  M  n  The undersigned is prepared to  CLEAN BLACK SAND, BLOWINGS AND  TANNINGS,  On Commission, or wilipurcbaso any quantity on tbe  Most Lojekal Tebsis, at tho ,-'  Reading Room, Camerontori,  The Suhscriher is well known on Williams Creek, and  firom the confidence reposed in him heretofore in tho  above business, he hopes to receive the patronage of  the Mining community the ensuing season.  1 JOHN BOWRON.  LL KINDS OF LUMBER SAWED TO ORDER and  kept constantly on hand, which, will bojolda two  Lotpest ilAttKEr . Rates : and delivered I������ REE p*  CHARGE at any point on tbo w<wgop road     _..-_  .  Orders loft with Buie Bros., Barkerville; p. ������?������; .  holm, Richfield; or at the .Mill, below Camcwn ton, win  bciproinptiy attended to.   ,;;,-   jQmi fc^Ui. ' *  July 36th, J806.  which have never^et pdd a cent of.dividend j-andflne,'on ono machine and separate ii al  RICHFIELD,  PATRICK  KIRWIIM, Proper.  Besfc Billiard Tables on the Creek; the Liquors  and Cigars are of tho finest quality* 0  .BARKERVILiS;.',-'.:;.^  j86T A full aesdrtmenrof Groceries and H. &p&s  Ltqoobs alwayn on hand.  hea!vy canvas eose anp hydraulic nth.f:  \ .-. Fur terms ft'pi:ly at the oillec of Niis-pajwr.   2,  July 23nJ, 186C. -  ..-��������� ������������������  Ci2ie-^" %  Bthp  B  lite  BR  B  ���������  mil  tit"  il^^Wfei  ii������  aS8aSBB3BiS5S:  iSS������,  &������-  [CARIBOO SUMMER*A8SOZB&  '"���������'���������'Ay;.:} '���������:'i%AiyyAylW^y-W:iy'iAA:yA:: AAIaAw.aIA  *\ mefore the fidn.'-Mr** Jostles Begbie.).    \\.������\  Win aaJoiirned;sittingcof the^ Assizes for the  district of Cariboo was;' opened; at 'the *'Court  Mm Richfield, on Wednesday'the 25th inst.,  fat 11 o -clock, a. m^, byjiis, honon M.I& Beg*bie,  L$tBabyW.<x.Cox,'������E&q.'> The .grand.panel  Las called, and the following gentlemen; sworn  *ot the Grand Jury,: 'J. MacLaren;-'foreman; C;  JFiilKn, R:- Burrell, J; J>Briimley, D. B. Wilkin-  Ln H-S-BluhCJ, Buie, D, OppenheimerjGeo.  bun* ffl.W HiirgAlex.?D. McInnea^Aie^iider  fllnrdie;, John B./Lo A \ I E. HodgenVa'nd W.  jjy Foster.       ., ...    }v     .-' ��������� '���������  ^iiuties, and saia;it^was;a: matter;for congratu-  Hation that-there'Awp&ino "cases for them1 to  [present, hut if^ttfey>Jfcad ? any freshxpresent-  Imerits to make regarding the state oft&e roads  for any other matters; within;their knowledge  [of an unlawfnl^^w*ltK|ey-might adjourn for  (that-purpose... ,H&j&Jk #^  [that it'bad been'A.;-hJ6^atenti6nvr-4b.eforartniif8^  [Biitting th������ farmer -'Wg^ptf |fe^dminis^toif  (of the Govehunen^f^am called: oneo^1 two  [of their nuni&efo together t ralatiye'J to; Certain;  [statements tb^^^ [he:  thought they had: been 'misled,1'but;.haying'  [onlyreceived- the 'document -ons Satorday? lie.  Jsary to transmitit at ^nc^;"a^ any,delay;,on  (his part afler' it Itiad tbeeh -published might  head the Administrator pfixbe ^Government  [tobelieveHhat:he<wasremiss in.this4ui#.i?He  [would therefor>^oura(tne^������aHd,Jury.  v ���������'������������������'���������":���������"���������.''-W:'' *..WAi-y ���������-     s.,Ay-:s^wxA ,i-yAiii  J   A '*BKCORD 'COUBT.  !JEM. OurryvvslForest Rose Co.���������The following gentlemen/were:sworn in- as aijp^rpio^  [fry this "case :' James Burdick,'foreman^ ,Chas.;  SGowan, G. IVf. Robinson,' jWrmi A.-< Meacham,  fWm. Hardie, Aaron Jotospn^Si]^ Smith J'Wv  McGormick,' |R; ���������Tenneni, "Joseph, Irvine,  [James Dole,'MartinJJoomey;,   "' ��������� :*-"-,  This was an action ;&roiigiit- to 'recover  I $2500, being the amount of mpromissory note*  [dajed��������� 17th July, 18653raw,n loyi. the foreman  ^of the^/Forest ^s&G&M^fiavoxC o^plMtfrr; \  |fpr;a;steam-engine sold to>thatGdybVpIaintiffi,  Mr. Robertson ��������� appeared'toribe plaintintaW  (Mr. Walker for the /"defendant/   Plaintiff's  [Counsel stated ;the: case. to.the Jury, after-which  |htC9.1bd /w        igg AA W      y      ;       AAA/  f  H^M...^rry^wjfo  |pI������AM!8%nf'actionj* I took ���������&/promissory  |notafrom defendantJnVi365*;lrlkst saw the'  fa'ate* two "weeks ago in -tire- possession,, of���������' the  ��������� Secretary of the FpTestT^Rpse ,Co^Yhe; AS not  i iqform;mej;n^!th^-^M^Cast Mm^ tiowJhe got  it;pn thfi^momin^of: '.;J&e'>2nat^a:^tr;IB65^  i previous- to teavih^^witfi - tbo'X^yernmeiijk' |h^  ploring fepedltion, ttook all my papers with  theyiewif depositing them;in the 'Banfc of  [^ British North America for:saffe3^^i)a^S met  ���������John White and d^yet������d^^  I papers to himtto be Itept ^fey;' iim; urijtil I re-  [ turned, as the Banksiwere notr^enea^before  II started} (nbfe'^  j ante with the ^hato^t^rn :6n^ il iden^  I this as^ the note^ in*guesti6nf"it ;is^end6rsed;iby  J. MfWhito^ vSpo^^  !"oeror1Biafli(Q(tiase4 a,t|ii0.^1������dprsation;'J ���������Arsl'kti'evir^  of the endorsatioa on the evening of the lOtlr  October last; Mr. Westt told me .so * -^rfiave  never receded pa^ehtfrbm anyone ibf this  note; when I-te^  feed I resolved--.to cohtestft; Iwent;tp speak  to Whitei about It/buCbo w^sick>atthe timej  I never Msentedjto^ha^  jnowledge. of ;the^transfer at 'the:4ihie bfits  being made; the Forest Rose Go^ fcld me that  White got Stirlihg^interestiini that coifapaay  sessraent to meet this note ; ^b-hot recoiled  saying T^ad $500Iconiing (tol me; ofit ofl that  PQfeii11 ,and Loring^old,?tbe^stteam engines to  the Co*; ^his^lpsed the :case for plaintiff.   r-  Mr. Walker stated thai case for defendants  after which he called '.   l. u< aAa-w  William Stirling, who being sworn, said>*I  g?t^nM-^du^d^m^ he^  ���������f&Ye it to ime:;in);/p^^enit6f! asnai'e^nittie  Forest Rose; G&* the ^bargain: wjis ior$200ai#  cash and,$1000 when ifc-.came out;' when he  bargained for; the" claim he was to pay yiM-  casn; he tookthe note to the Bank but could  not Cash it ;he then wished .nie to Jake it.  which I agreed to; and he jendorsed it; T paid  him $500:on^thenote^ at thelCimeand $75 afterr  wards; he said K&.wanted the money to pay  somelof his -men;t W^iteused^tb repress  W a* cpmpbny me'edngs; Ke' said he had li  *power iofAttorney from plairitih^ toytransact  business for1 ^him^about a week after I^got^a  new note from ,the cl^pany������;plaintiif asked  me if'there was any more money coraingt to  him on; the notb;|vI; told him there was nbtV>  ^Qr.o^s-examineo^^upposed^^ the note belbrig^  ed to: nlaintilf: White told me; ha owned part  pf: it; the BiU"o^Sale ��������� wa^made oiit in White's  name;il l^eiieyed plainW^^ite'to bepaW  ners; never heard abou^any. dispute respect-,  ing the note.tiil*I;;came:uprin May last; Jif I  hadthoughttha^^hite^feudorsatibiihnd^  ^rfbr^ery^I wou^-l^e^^^  the4ransaction^^<^' -  ; ���������*��������� Aw a .. 'iX.-y >.,,-.*- Ay I  IKCalderjsTOrn^&WasaJ? a^meeting'of::tne  Forest^ose^Co.'about the .middle.of October;  plaihtff;was tliere j-heard^him sayifiat^^  ridte/fyv $2,500.       A  \ ,>,.;;- %A  ;; Jamel^Turley. Chas; Hammond; WnifAllen  and Donald Rankin corroborated the above  ;wtoess%;,.to^the: ^m^s^fflade^lsytpJa^ffi  'it;the meeting of the; company, /it, A; Al ^AAa.11  / H^jnfry; i'Goldstadt -sworn���������Saw; plaintiff; on;  the morning he started; on;HbeT'Ekpeditioavi^i  Whitejs'ropm; heard them talkin^ub\)u#l&y5  inglclaim&irikha Forest RoseI: Go.| heard plain-  sti^telb]Whiteijto,, buy an interest, saying, ."We  can pay-fo^iifejnvBome^ay,"pr.other, and-if we  have nbttenough mbnfey I will send'below?br  m ���������        my     M//Za$  l .'Severalother-witnesses wei*<: vs?iiiiaedwhen  ������M. Gurry was re-called; who mSde; a full dfe  nial of all that, had been; stated by thefore^  going witnesses. After wh*Ph the Gourisel.^Sg  theJdefence closed his '&0&&&fy /ja::w^/^^^  ������-[At this, stage of 'the,proceedings ouf|J^  porter left];:.- -;..: y'AA y"? .��������� A~y Ay ay "A������a^  <Up. to; the:hour of our going ^to." press ';thte  jury had failed-to agjoe��������� /   i   >     Aiy  - '    ~ -'-'-��������� ���������  -;-i'ir'������������J  WA  P( _ ������������������_   '���������^W^nderstad'd-that:?four-miners'-v.-;^* had  be^on a;prospecfcmg:expediti  refill go to Quesnelmouth \& i redhead rfe'  ^H^^orabl^|p^^lb^;Sie^: say^balf as  Ti^fi^^ej^ffi^^spectedthd diggings would  pay,Ir0m;aoieate;>to  $;j;������t<   the-^ucJieV^ A  m������%^^/^I'diggmgg^ipjewpays:;,: Two'  ^ditclieB^a^:^  mi  m  ^i ������fc*aiM  Ae JftSS^d-d^4g^^I?ti^tiid^^d'^  ^^^^^^^M^m^M^^'mwIkW^,.  ^%Wp&0e^^0^airAi^ gold; some 'of-4the  ^fu^^^ecimens^^ile^soi^ro  th^^ai^in^hlcSgbld ::cbuld;Ke^seeiv^^i^  :piai^with;^ffiem From ail we can  ^^^i^^^^^t^jus^nave been pimixjeeft.  -frpn^l^lhplS^  ^avtug^^^^|i&:^^h^^  tfia|l?h^^d^e|/searJH  )fie:lb^^willbe aiscbverecL  A AA ;    -    ;  iAAwlV Vv  .' ~At^AA^7~iA^^^"a A^ri /aawAAA  %MM^ ���������-' ���������;��������� m%mmgm������  rl^p������My;S^Q!iy������iiyVf' AA > Gmpoh^,  m^a^^^^h^a^im^trat^fcofethe IBoyernl  the .'mjftera objected: to -supply:" the iiifonnatibS  if ^^^po^tlilhi*i^hame3 attached;^ttjis^?  rathlsaWvel idOa^VewOhderwhatwou  ^.c'fB.to  ^OI^IGmGOTjRTa  ^rth^npte:  Cross-examined-  IfVras rk^iu^b'&rAof'; -the  Forest Rose Cp; before I went- dut onithe Expedition \:.'WhifejWas''taisa^ainettiber; White  ^vas ia the habit of going to the 'Cb.Vmeedrigs  aud voting for me by proxy; in thei-'[winter of  Hand?65Xwas not on thecreefc;: left^nobody  lo act for me at Go, raebtitigs before I arrived  on the creek; White had no written authority  to act for me; White sometimea. settled my as-  fieasmentB wben I gave him the money ; I was  "ot in partnership with him in the Co.; White  *w������m.the hal>it of paying hired hands, but I  Paid the assessments myself; don't recollect if  *^ Goldstadfc was present the morning! went  way; I Came back on 10th Oct; Mr. West told  w the note had been?disposed of to Stirling:  i *??!? t0 the foreman of the Forest,Rose Co.  on 14th April last not to pay 'the amount of  I?e^������*J*������ any one but to ray order; White  weut off in January: or February: last for the  Wpose of -driving' up some cattle %fcr- Mr  V'iark; I knew he was sroinjr-to leave-thi  -' . (Before W\ G. Cox, Esq., J. P.) '    '  "���������..*������������������ ; Thursday, 24th July, 1866.'\\  A AG. :^Rbbinsbn was.chargM by J^ictprine;  Heseeiwi th-i^^unlawfuliy-taking sfrpmsa chouse  occupied fey her one stove; the^ property^pf  the said. Victorine Hesse; > The ^evidence" "ph  both sides was very conflicting;;.- Robinson  stating thatjiie stove belonged, to;himf^that  he,had said to Blackmari sometime ago if ;he  j-cpuldiget a< customer tp buyithe stovet for S.80,  he would give him So ; that sometime after  this Biackman had told him be liad made; arrangements with Arthur & Billy,: Restaurant  keepers, for the stove^but; when they closed  business it- was returned- and sold by him;  ^Robinson) to: Ross & Burdick^.and rempved;  by them from the restaurant on the 19th inst.  Biackman in bis * evidence -stated that about  three' months ago Capt. Robinsbn' came' to him  and said he had as fcove which he wanted, to  sell"loMcommission; that he hail; possessipn of  the stove for a long time and finally\tpld Gapt;  Robinson he had ��������� a. chance to;se 11 iI.^tp_=a; party  on credit, Robinspn remarking to; him to do  as'he liked as he would;hold him (Biackman)  respbhsiblefbr the amount; Biackman ;spld  the stove to Ajthur & Billy on credit, in whose  posse^sipu., it..; remained uhtil .&e lSth# insj?.,  when yictbriiie rented the hp use in which the  stove was, and; he (Blacknian)Jsold it to libr  and took her note for the amount. Thb Judge  continued the case till the following ' day at  .12 o^clock. ;":'���������' ���������"' ���������;   - ' .���������"'  ";":-;.;;;;     .  Shipment op TiiBisuRB.~The following is a  statement of the ameunt b������' gold dust and  bars sent below by the last Express by the  Banks here in charge of their messengers:  Bank of British Columbia (in bars),   ���������  from 18th June to 21st July,       $83,972 26  Bank of B.N.America  (in dust), from 7th r  May to 21st June,    $74,128 58  Ditto from 21st June to  21st July, 84,000 00   158,128 58  amoujgg  t feen l^ j.  twenty1 bilildingp?spme'pf them very"large and^  costly indeed;; wilft be m progress' s'imui tan * -  "oiisly;.. :"Biit' i t ��������� is 14-ii$ private houses'": th ay  ^Portland pleases tlie-^eye; iteinhabitantsseesn:'  to W'partiaFtb/spacio^  ���������even aA  ihe larger .>class' are smothered iii  honeysuckles and-monthly roses;'  sjaudanr,;  iflggi^Cra- fill the parterres; agreeable slopes aHv 5'.  p^^ seenicpvlerjB^ ;  ^fi^ed'with' frwX^pvlug trees.' Like our owii- %  M^^0^ihM^^������J^t\^n^' /fas* noPlaio^ bi 11 ���������;.  ani    ^g������laritj||l(^f^ej% di  fSctitfn ' bow,vt^i9^f^^'relentlessly cameU .  '..through; ispnyihm^v^picturesque. -;-Every.  ei eed-aif41%ddcl^mS^^^^dT%4^      - of:::'-'���������  |wSrslffi|pMe1;n1c^^^^^G ,  nhu^ of^Eriglaji^^pMriab; and'^I haye n e  ������6ubl;0(Lwi������h^^ tiife'oj-  der in which they stgtpd..jj-A large!public schb< 1  And* a prbprie&ry; %chb^l, .pf > the -Metho d is fc-,  form two impertantbujplihgH, vportland lies in  ^ifbeud of > the riv^^^e^'abo^tlft miles  above thejjud^|^rjwtJ)be Columbia; on tbe -  projeetipg}&^ overlooked w*  ;by rather, steep^llfc^mediately contigupui-;,.  ftomwiich aix-exe^llent view can be. obtain-  pd;:^^baye3Ji|^Sfi^^ !do;iwith-.?:,:  "'*" "*'*"* ': ce|p|^^ucfiiraih.,   It is 23^,years, '  s0^0^iig^oft and begins to af- <  ^ufet^tafdJpok of an old-;establisl.-  i^^^^%r^^^$^J������^ round it; I arn^  ^ld������a^^|^|af^pr and not passable' in bad  'weap^l^  Fi'eiM':S������^;  ,,, "Tlfe :~*9- Wy-j ������������������ who hpld 6QCt'fcctf .an rt -'employ:i'ilx  ; men^fcipl^utciri foiir-rfays; .eii'cliiig::Juixo'' 2nd;-$282 ;50^  'audmjiiuetlityg,:ending26th;|657.25. jThe^s-^qUIib;-,  ht> v b \l list cx>mpleted ith'efr Wi a^-0 e w: 'aa'S^^th^d^'ap  "ftt ? ftrtiios^jj? <'iog������Lli,o on- \\fy fh'e^fecl^inaj  work ipg four ha" ii<il^iti;'26* da^^u'dlb^ti^O^a^^alr.  ized ^Stlo^oi; 'j tTiie ~~l v hh hiMAMU'At of ground.  betwV^B'tfiem, aud who hdve avenged To^r^.worklsg  iw.!\jtnrjh\y, 'i8v? i. Wy ov l pom Hit lOfli tv fitc 'UuA  of;June,-306360- Tbe L'roi ll'rst three f������ wnsh-.  ing,:ending-9tli' June,rtook butt$800 ;' 'th������j' ibl'lpwlng  fwieek:".$lte2.5^ian'd in-9 dtiys���������*ending 28th June," $1Q12  26,- .; he ���������^claim, with'i'ourmen;working' 16;days,  washed up".$1IS1SjSp..',-' BysUles'ihese^th^^-. the��������� ,  tlie.:^^,'':ah'd;^u:e:1~^  besaia^to  m  i^ii-J-.;  :'gola'^tmv^f^ne,6qmjga'  :'lmvo;got;t^eir;grout^:op������  |^31Elleeilii(j���������lis^re?&  ?gni^:&*f]tf^  jw-hfeh'thero.is toun^i^lHyer'of -eluy;'I'-.'uJlJ^as^et;no one  ' i^s'fittein^tedito (Bfmjt|Mifig^;;i t^ipsi;|fche^sKould;:be'  'exp'ofeKHt^U^t'a'Tich deposit;  of> men in a country, such > as ihis^  s^tciy-" oatitftote ^our populaiibn'  cme'thpusaud men." -. ,,;  ^.^^itoun^d^p^^S^r rfoi;vmiks-may:-5bb,  'seen'spattered about^i'ousfcs^ao L h oi>j es t w dss-r  .with;'nojMh^i^^$sha^&.0. cbmfoi t - in, view.���������' ,  bet^e^^^^^^^^i^^^iir^u% forest but.  ���������-&������wAl/0M6vw^ ��������� laid but as ��������� an     :  orchard. ; It wouldihardly"be thought that.this'  would'siiffire w/h&z Aawampuw of s family  from )*%z'''r)ye&Y)V-%nt *- dni assured sucfc ^ *  tbe t asej ,iotuVi 5^4^ atten.ion ia ba.^oiv4a .on -   ;  thei:'tree's and everything else apparently./goos  for 'no thing't ''no^milihg; garden^ flo %heerfti 1  farmyard;', liq Wraely navsta.;*. oi catttesh^  ding; ������������������ an w ill axpen'se's,' each ��������� b'o   o f apples   ���������  Mf&g&:rr: ^aiay^be worth td'the'propiietois frbhi bii'e do r  ^,i,|r^        ^l  ,---    ���������-" ~   -"-, hundtM^ar^pro-  ,Th^c &(ywe?  the:water..The : '|  Btea^^Mp^S^!^Siti|^Ko|^������M  liMb?^ier|^5pi������5^  ������dmesStefioard|^|&3&^ aa /IA  LETTER FROM PORTLAND  Wi.  the  country when I saw him at Deep creek, I bid  ^P������dbye and gave him a present of a  tnl*nT-> X never wked-bim for the money:  ^er White went away I found the claim was  m hisi name before that I thought it was in  mL?wr}5 Wllte said be would make a settlc-  m!w ^ me wh-en he S6t ���������ll; I was not  PHSftnt at a meeljng of thb Co. to levy an as-  $242,100 34  The gross weight of which amounts to 1250  lbs. troy. As will be seen by the above statement, this amount is the result of two months  purchases by the Bank of British North America and one month by the Bank of-British  Columbia. The total for both Banks for the  month ending 21st July will stand thus: .  Bank of British Columbia, .   883,972 26*  Bank of British North America,      84,000. 00  [FK0M AN QC0ASI0.VA.L  OORBESPONDiSNEi ]  A /   -    I V',f% Pft^n^Ow^iiJ Jjoly, 1S������$������  - As thej'center of rivalry;to .Victoria' nbrtfi  of San ^ariciscbf and competing with^ the lag  ter in the freight arid; passenger trade to the  Columbia River nunes^ Pbrtlaridy it struck me,  -mi^itfurnisb a reason^  for a letter.; vOne.asfe^vlien^nrst travelling to!  Portland why it is placed* so far up-the river  as 110 miles!? but on reaching it he discovers  it is in the* "heart of an agricultural district;  and while a' little farther from the aeabbardit  ���������is so much more available for country^produce.  The Columbia River, owing io the nielting  sfibw^ is very high-wharves andlower stories  of warehouses -being, under water; the!irains  also had-been almost continuous ,.for some  time past;: vegetation is affected> the corn,had  delayed to form in the ear, and fruit backward  or tasteless. < Still Portland is a place^wbich  favorably- impresses 'the/stranger; ;'A;;It;.isl;jo6^  siderably larger than -Victoria^ and the hpnsiBg  and stores are for the most part full.    House  rent fbrmst:bne 6^^  clothing aadi&raifereiBhowalso^a  vahce on ^Victoria ratesj the reasonls'the presence of duties .which^ are mean tio be p rphib-  itory J not so fbbd^^-!Uolu%rnia'fl6ai;-aVei^ra  but S4 50 ^bbL, to our $7 50r Oregon is held  at Ml hotel rates are from $1 75 to $2 50 per  day for bed and board.    Real estate has" not  experienced the wild fluctuations which it has  felt in Victoria;- people invest their money for  their own purposes, and seem strangers to purchases for mere speculation.    The neighborhood of Portland cannot boast of the excellent building stone of. Vancouver Island, nor  has it the material for good metalling for  roads���������the stone commonly employed is very  brittle and speedily turned to powder. Brick  is very commonly used, but; complaints are  made as to the quality of the clay to he found  (probably at present it has been affected by  the heavy rains); they can be boughtfor $850  per thousand, I think delivered.    The streets  are being brought into the most praiseworthy  state owing to the efforts of the Corporation,  or rather the inhabitants;- for in,the terms of  the Act it appears that the whole population  forms the Corporation, and not the Mayor and  jgiS? Yesterday morning, in consequence ] of  the heavy rains, the creek. made a complete  breach in the -rou^-jmmQdiately-; above the  town, ground sluicing a- great portion of * it  Council alone:    The roadways are being.laidj away,   Mr. Spence *fioweyei*. very promptly  with a patent"^ wood paving. .(Nicholson's pa- sent for some of his men and had a bulkhead,  tent), for which the patentee receives. about constructed and the damages impaired during.  $167,972 261 s cents per running foot.    A Court House is] the afternoon, ' .   ��������� ,;  your.readers] is1 situated at the foot.of the first,  falls of the river, 1 at low mter "abi i\ 35 feet,  at the 'present sta^e out WoiC ������h������.u twenty,  ���������ButIt may not be So-gerierally known-that an~  expensive dam or Hiilkhead, as itis-called'here,  ���������naB^beett^erpcleyerly-put^ip, of the shape ol  a horse-shoe, one side of'which is much extended; it is composed of wood, but I wfas ini - ���������,  formed it is "intendeds to replace r the) whole afv  fair witii masonry-;������ tne; workvjis aboute 300 .  yards following thejburve; ;and/it is purposed  to extend ^e duinl^; the.;edg^> ofthe /falls*  making from a quarter-tohalf a mile altogeth-  ei\   Before the construction of this dam^the  steamer from Portland and that from Salem  could not:come nearer- to eaxjH btherTthan^ half  a 'mile*. n6;W/owing to }tiaei  water, they approach withina-bout 100 ^yardp,   :  A. large "wollett miW IniiltXof brick^^costin^;';  $4^000^ is in bperation;/ettiplbying^75vhands\  the motive power is wa-ter; it fe intemied ultimately to enlarge it^' for which provision in? s  been made by enclosing in wood ihat porifen  whero aiwing would join ; tevery t process is  carried 6n^ the wppl,: apparenl^;ft^  the Bheepns brought* in^jyidgbes" through, the  vapoiis stages of xileaiiingj carding, spinning,  weaving, dyeing, &c; ^avei^ pretty quality of  blaiiket is^^iurfted^uit,;, jSa:planshave ..  bberi prepared fofe the erebtion5)f paper mills .  at this^ piacb; sevbral lumber mills, ;on^j^|ry '  large; arje^in; bperation^alsb a large flo^mili^  trne to &t^ practical spirit whi ch distinguishes  them, the Americans '* have^;jiiirnedHb accouu t  the immense water power''���������'[ ayailablb ������Sy the  talis;   Oregon.City is a ve^y;hot place, being  so situated on,the river that the breeze cannot  reach it when blowing up river; and isshutin  by a tall cliff at the rear;-which operates with  regard to the sun as the reflector to an oven.  It is rumored that coal pf superior., quality  has been found, to the south of Columbia river  on the seaboard, and that the discoverer is an  old Victorian. ���������, Ab ou 19 miles ab 6 ve Pbrtl and,  on the Willamette;, is the landing place to the  works for some valuable iron ore lately discovered, equal; I was told, to some of the best  eastern ore for railway purposes,, aiid iu very  considerable quantities.  ; 'AJ  ,������������������,- -.���������^r'i'Sf-  '"������Tf*f',:-v'-.";  i  J&'"  Afr>, s >iife:'~  A& '  -irrp& "Nice-Oommttk^MnMa^ble was ;once5)"  ^^toningialong ^;wharves^ in Boston, where '  - i he met a tall gaunt figure, a digger; from.: California, ,and go^Sintb 1 conversation - with hfai.  ��������� rffiejrf ^E/^althy ? #  am?t.anything- else.   >Vhy, stranger there you i ������������������.-,���������  ^n choose any ciibate you like; hot or cold. '-_,  aiid that, tvltllrtlif; '-'fj&ftrallin* mrwa   fh������a������'..-fi"������AA������    Till  .FOB THE-  ���������%V^^0^Tff^^j^^^^������^r-  ylpOLOmm,. RES *AU&AN T\ lA  ������������������;   ><-.      '    i- QUESJJEEMOTJTH,"-:'.  '.'���������.���������'���������     ��������� " ,  > ��������� AA p.'ii.-JGH^soNr-PROPRtebii;-; ��������� ..  Meals sit all'lidiirsV Swl^Gfdoki&i'gf the'b^t  lAAlM^lmui  fc^D;0^;;^M-  'I. ID-:fc'itJ������-^ :...������������������������������������������������������   ���������?*.���������  feed.  ^t' 'Zpd^^^.g^^A^.ZZZ  u$^^M:A*A&M?$* P! -^ v-W-Q^S E|  ���������1 .,;V '���������:BO������I?'yfci HEATH,' 1^ ; ?;  rpHIS HOUSE Is situated 20 miles frqra Qucfiiicimouth;  tll'-AShp proprietors;. haying1 lately' ntwd:;up>;l>qdjrpoms;  and: good-Beds ^are/now-prepa rod to'airord'every acconi *  modatiou for Travellers'.: ihtswki*i������ i* **������~*������~*-   ������ ^-*���������   *  ft?  ;Kfe  ������������������'(".<  5  , ^will-return the compliment, "by giving youa   '  ��������� supper at Venice."'   Ws     ,., \ '  , ^     '      ' ; .~/.  :    ^-We would call the attention of those'        *^VUJ$ ���������*) ^L0URj,I\; J  -haymggoodsor o.tei\cbmmodiMe^ to'meve J-^ :        i gi innrP  AJ>n a <s   -" ���������'     ;  vo������tween;^he^different %wns^bii^he~creek^tb^ -^ ^^;c^h'.h^^/u.^,���������^A^*t^v���������  ,      ~>-x  Mr. TT P,  Wilmhtt':wWw!kA^''M^;-!ii(.'T'^-vH*l-^ v .>' '-"-.:..���������..-,   .,>      .'.' -'���������'   :" ���������   '."������������������'"','-'���������*������������������'���������..;.  ' - ,    'LILLOQET;^^yERTlSEjM^NTS.  H^ ^fefrniiPrOP^torj;.,- ^nr* .v.is vf" i^fqAgent;'  * , JL ,for the comfort, of r travelers;;the .Table is ]%nppiied  wHh;th6\bcst of everot.iiin a fi���������> vaiv^ *-������ ^~ -^- -���������  ^^^(l?s:^3itr^7SuPerfin<i'^mnhzvmHr^^'^%^ HOUSES  ^rushed to order;    ���������   ; - ,>*..=��������������������������� ; i        , ���������  /; *   Ac y j ^A JaBE"1 "w"-������A,^i^vs :������������*- -'-- <-tt-=w^tf*  ,;   ^^������tween-the'^^  i;; : ������FvH������P^  :;^eadya^-thesh;dr^^^^  .   orde^hein^  sonable rates.   ,   /"'-       rr       ,      -.,-*'   *.   t ,- ,     LILEGOEr; FLOUR MILL CO., .        "A������*J"> reception of Travellers;^the%SSlfl  , Hpenni8,,daYlin^ och, Dennis, ,w.hat;, is, it v;,V',..nUti   ���������Z ..AA'/'A".'.    */. ''. $T W1 ^^tablc. . stabling ftir.B&SjJS^i  you're. jJoMg^ v" Wtot Biddy ,!>,try irig nn.       ^      EDWIN    TYNON,       'J",::   r**'^   --      ...  .Z. V".  ���������,f,l���������^  ifedid;yonsay:^^hv.it?s^l^ -       ���������  I .goods* lor warded to the Mining Di^rics^^  Is.  ���������������������������"���������T' '.'���������'..'���������'..'  'AAA '���������"'������������������'   t^-'i.-.'-"t������i fi"..rs������ju-j.--. '.;..;:*i.< ���������  A, did yp%u,say ?:,Why, it?s;giying hot,watert to  thechickins I<a^tso that,theyjli;tbe>:aftner  laying, fioilfed ^eggs m     ���������   : (���������*������������������- - rr :" ;;::   v;  ., ������������������y-'-...:i:..S'.:'-.y:: -^-/i,., >: .-���������,,��������� ,.<y :������������������.  , ���������:y..-jyyv i-v. y;SIS':; ��������� :-.*?" !���������.'.���������  .<^* If you; want good-Coffeernse PelFs;. ��������� *  :Caps;':Bbbt<i^  wme^^kc;ALmo^t^-&AcyAAiy-:A.A- yyii%Alir$AW&Si  . :f&sm.'-? '������������������������������������ -^v,,:; .,;^...ri-/.    ���������..;���������  i'V,-,M-r--'f^   ������/ . pus HotcIJs well fitted up with every convenience ,  ..:���������., .!     .' ������������������. ?���������>:;:   for-the/cbrito  r,      DoriA/m^,   ........   ^eai^. trayollpr could desire; the Table is su pplrecl vtfth  the.v hest ..of,1 fare ���������; -thenar contains i the; 'choices t bra hds  of Liquors ancl Segars;;. good Stabling,-Horse Peed^Oatg,  Barley,7&c.AA \\ AA:l.^.A:':A"Ar       :'l:   ;'^'AA>>- 1-Sv,.  j]\/fRS:, ,HEIN, .Miiuym & ^EmMAKsitiGami  'jl*!���������^ S^reet>: y^Wrf?i: yV-tiilliikintlsofJIilliiierr.:  or.me?latestriStyle-kept^cpnstantlybii'hnnd^' 'Orders'V  foe.countryipunctnalifria^ HF" \  of: the;  ifTO  :Jb! I dealer iii  .on-hand^a^argo:stodkor.Rope^ad'Cahvflss.^^ 'Barf  ,gl^t,:Victoria, y.jij^j^M^r'r^ftear?"j te;  Q'T'Tiiis fions(  fTAI- SGONG- ;&-:<3"0.i''eom^Lssioii'3ferchants. Im-  ,#frt pqrters;and ^Dealers iD'Ciiineso Goo'Us;('Kicc!,S^r,  ffl^.^H*:Pil������;'FKJvi8lbiiSi-fte5 Cormorant Stm^r  J? -A ^WATSON/ '^a^ma^ a^ler ������^  -*-'��������� and Engraver. Yates street. nbove'.Gov-M  cynment slj-ecti<Vtctoriaj V/ jj:    iy^y A&$$1: {m  "; ;;if ''^;'-.; Barkerville,.B^'tJ^'K ���������"���������iO -' "��������� ���������'���������; -ri  K^JLLY & PATERSON; ��������� I^^tors;-   .  ^Meals at all hours. ���������   for  The  PACJOONALD'S -hotel,  M. MACJj;ONALP, Proprietor.  Minor and"  0 tilers d est! ricd for; the' Bridge . Hi ver Mi ties ; will  Qntl every convenience And accommodation afforded  tfin#," Good. Beds and a Table well supplied with all  tneidelicacies-of the season. 1-s  PRAGER   &  BRb:/  WILLIAMS AND GROUSE >GEEEKS,:;  ;���������'' ';������������������ '������������������ ������������������;,: y. y,tA ^balers' i.v ������������������>: A 'A-;- *���������< I AAA:-:,  Assorted: ^rchai|di2;e  '' , . Wholesale and'Retail.:" '    "    l    I - :-'-��������� -���������  '    ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  -��������� ��������������������������� :���������-���������=* ���������    " "   ' '..  ���������^~y~~^ muw  ���������   HfNaY >SCHOR.i:iNG.:rW S ($ '^K?rif fcSproprloW* ******* v  ��������� ���������i' VAJf.WINKTP       ���������?.������������������*-��������� ' ,yi*.   ^y1.'.6" "PlPf Hia acoomtnodation or Travel-  -   ���������   w _  ''������������������.. ���������" ������������������:..������������������ ,. ' I ' ..*"'���������" 1 3m  l.v  r<   StXTBO & CO.. iMrowtes AKp,Mr.EJ?s ;  VT*   CIGAI^jTOJBAWO/S^rehaumHp^/^'rvA  co^ei^of vales and;Wharf istraot, -Victoria'.     :.  s  ; hick^s;h^te:lv  a. a -;   iTIENBERSON and BTJBNABY^������  ..}���������.,JJLL.Wijaiystreet,Victoria:,*VT;I '��������� y:.'' j.^L^^-  T'?WlB%HrTv^  'JU ;'opposit6ft&o������������������Bank<,ot*Br1UBh Nor ill Ai^cav^  Swrn^kco'LLECTON' &;.gene1aJag^t  Tj*   MALfJ;  '��������� Guverkwentf Sweet, Victoria, V/l. :

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