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 ��������� ��������� . - vV '-������  Vol 16.  iSS^^  No.S  ^3-  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  Publlaheci every Saturday by  ;  ROB ER T    H OALLO/W A t.:.j  Subscription-,  ������ ,.- . 25 Cents per Week, j  RATES OF ADVERTISING.  If6r 'mo square(onoincli), flrstlnsortlon,  ** ".   . u one month,   ���������  For two squares ^ffrsti risertlon,.   ������������������  -  ���������  Agents for the ** Caribob'Seritiuel."  Van Winkle,-   ���������*'  "Qrtosiiclmoulh,  Bod a Creek,    ���������   '  Clinton j    ������������������-. ;��������� .��������� :';  Vale, '   -'V'.  Now Wcstmlustor  Victoria,  j.r.P. Fisher,   ���������.   '.  G  Street, .  ���������.     ���������  '"���������;--    .   ' ���������      Lindsay.  X-.-.AA Barnard1?Express  ���������>     Bttrhartt'&Express  ������.'.:..* Barnard's Express  Ail. If, -.do/*      . do  ��������� X' '"��������� -  John Murray  ��������� f Z-m      Mr Shakespeare  San Francisco  80 Gornhilt, London, E.G.'  w-l.y. THK CARIBOO SENTINEL.  JOB PRINTING OFFICE-  W$BZ Cards! Circulars. Posters ana r^q^mniesfpf  mm^k ~" -"'Balls andMeatricar Eutertainments  llZ&^ml:    '"'' :,<<    fermsmoderate:   y    f   ���������  y  0^mmrm  ������������������._..-.- '     ..      \  m^xpw>mw: *~- ��������� .������������������������������������������������������-   - ������  WmWfimfi    ti .sudden, conversions;-i   ��������� ;  m&  1  H  ���������  [Victoria Wcefcljl-Stanjlii^l^y^lTi'f^/.  8n<M������m conversions and deathbed repent-  on cos are not alwayaj bbked upon as genuine  evidences of sonhdh������M> offaUhOr sorrow for  pRfuVftinH.   What Isjlrnein a spiritual sense is  likewise trua4n,re1aiion,to politics. Thesnd-  *dprt conversion of Sf^psn?; HetrrTckeri.Macaon ���������  aid," Rrlscoe & Co.;fn?faet���������the whole fyle of  Senders,wh;o cut, such a prominent figure on  the occasion of tho invasion oTtbe Legislative  .Assembly, jn   February ���������:.last���������from   rabid  sticklers for " the whole Terms and nothing  online Terms." to submissive'acceptors of  Mr*Mackenzie's policy for a relaxation of tbe  .<*.cast-iron" obligaHon which bonnfl"the Dominion Government to construct the- Pacific  Railway in ten years, will constitute one ot  the remarkable features in jthe history of this  country. ' Wh en \ t is borne Jn mi n di ho w bit-  ��������� terlvand unreasonably these persons opposed  -the Local Government", and how they hounded  after Mr DeCosraos. circulating broadcast over  the country the most wilful falsehoods about  Jhem. because they dared to propose a scheme  by which to raise a large sura of money to  construct a graving.dock, at Esqnimalt and  build roads and bridges .throughoutthe coun-  t *y. is it any wonder that people are somewhat perplexed at the present attitude of the  gentlemen who now clamor so lustily for, a  relaxation of the Terms, and ask each;other  on the street what has come over the spirit of  their dream to induce them so suddenly to  ohange their minds in relation to a modification of the Terms of Union ?   Neither Mr De  Cosmos  nor  the  Local -Government  ever  dreamed cf such a thinj? as to permit any  alteration \n the Terms of Union that would  relieve the Dominion Government of the responsibility it had incurred in relation to the  Diillding of the/railway, their only dbjectie-  ing so to modify clauses; two and /twelve of  the Terms as to enable tbe Government of  tjie Ppmipion .to .advance ths money sought  to be obtained for graying dock an X other  purposes..  But in the face/of the most positive assurance to that effectj' the obstructive  clique, both in the House and out. of it, resorted to every artifice whiph their ingenuity  could suggest to defeat them, and to every  falsehood that their fertileimagin anions could  .invent ioprejudjice the popular mind against  tbe Goyf^nnient 6^mc^/1^^/^i?^nd.i;Y6rer  most of which w^^'^7^Uog^''!&Bit<tte  agreement witji .Mr Mackenzie to. relax the  railway clause of the .Terms, upon the faithful  performance pf which the very existence 6j  Bri to Columbia depended.. Now tfyese. very  same men, who in February;last hesought the  people,"w!th crocodile tears drippling /from  the tips of their patriotio noses, to resist the  faintest attempt on the part of the Government, to" relax the Terras of Union, and who  even : went * so far as to lead a mob in to the  House of Assembly with a view to overawe  the people's  representatives while  in  the  faithful "discharge of their'duties," are screaming themselves hoarse, for a relaxation of.the  Terras, and tbeir organ is engaged in daily  denunciations;of the Government because  they have, as It alleges, refused, to entertain  a proposition of Mr Mackenzie's, having ttiat,  object ��������� in view.;" Only a;few days[ago these]  men (formed themselves into what they were  pleased to call a a Terms of Union Preservation Lea^uo,^. and took as/their shiubblfth  *������ the Terms, the whole Terms, aud nothing  but.tte Terms,���������* and scattered.circulars broad?  cast over.the country inviting every man and  his wi fe to j oin it,: and ..by a united effort save  lhe country  from   impending ruin, which/  would ensue if the. Government were permitted to relax the Terras in the-slightest particular.   Why tliis Sudden backing, down and;  complete ignoring of the /objects/ 'for / which  the '"Terms of. Union Preservalion Ileague,'  was brought into existence t; Does any one  imagine that tbe sudden conversion/>f Messrs.  Tlelmcken; Roscoe," Macdonald/'&?Co.r from;  \dtraTerniistfi tp-eubmissive; Relaxationists,  is the result ot honest conviction and a desire  to promote the welfare of British Columbia1  as a whole?. If they doi they,are very muctf  mistaken."/We do not intend to express any!  decided opinion oil the subject of a relaxation!  ofthe Terms until it is* officially^iaid before  us.;, but we may here observe Jn reference to '���������  the gentlemen above named.' tlfa't,Ithere is  reason to believe they are not5so much influenced, by a desire.tb serve the. interests of  the publh generally by now advocating a relaxation, of. the .Terms of Union, as they are  to promote their ownt   The cohstruction of a  line of railway from Esquimalt to Nanaimo  will exert a healthy influence npon/the trade  and comraerco of-the islaud, nnd add in no  .<rnaU decree to the value of their real eMate,  and herein is the secret of the sudden change  which has been wrbjigbt;in the opinions and  conduct of these patriotic gentlemen.   The  Local Government arc. not alone the representatives of Victoria land speculators, h\p  are the guardians of the interests of   British  Columbia as a whole ��������� and the public may  rest/assureB that any proposition made to  them having in view ttie welfare of the country, will receive at their hands the most careful consideration **  MlSCEtitiAi^EOUS^  - yy -r-. - i   .-.. k 'max**-*'******- ���������������������������r-~  hi - ^pblatmeiitg;  ->: Brovincial Secretary !a Office,  Zi-ZZ--   Za     ^April,1874s  . His, Excellency; the; Lieutenant-Governor  has. been. pjeased to appoint the. following  gentlemen to' be Collectors under the pro.  visions'of the " Qualification arid Registration  of Voters -Acti 1874v";���������-������������������ ' / /  Electoral District of YictbfiaCity���������R. Wbods^,  w     Esq/.'    ���������    ���������'������������������������������������>������������������'-���������   AA-y ���������;'���������������������������-��������� ���������:. V:-.-'-  Electoral District of Victoria district-���������James   ;riMcBmbylerEsq^ a���������.w: - yy*; ww-r- .  Electoral Dietrict'df" Es^nlmatt��������� JAG. Yluter,  l.rXrEsq.A ��������� -v .-./ -, w yw. ���������   .  y/p A:ip-)  ^Electoral District Of ,Cowi|3hsn������i-Salt Spring  ' Islatfd'Polling 'Division, F; Fqord, Esq.;  y.. Go.wich'an.Polling  Division,��������� Archibald  _;.���������338ba>,iEsqr:/ yf-    1/    / \r% w A'  Electoral CistcicV of Nanaimb���������TiLlFawccttJ  Esq-,,;./;- -,.,.-/:/;,.;:,y ,,  a ��������� ;n  Electoral district of ObmoX���������R;:H. Piddocki  ���������^/^ESJ..   Aa/A ,   AyrAlX.SWy.X.:  Electorai "district lof i(ew Westminster Cjty���������  V JLdoiphW Peele^ Esq.'   ��������� ���������   -   '������������������  Ay  Electoral Distriotr of ^New'Westminster Dis-  .trict���������Burrard ..Inlet; Polling Division,  ���������   /'Jo'nWthtfd^^^Miiler, Esq;. New Westminster  ;.   ..and North Arm"Polling Divisions, Ado 1-  A Af phus.Peele, Esq..  Chiljjwback-.and Su--  i/y. mass Ppiling ���������bVteionsr.'fionafd^MeGillil-  ���������vray, Esq.<r Langley polling Division,  James Maokte, fisq. /South' Arm. Polling-  /t.^^Piivislon^W ���������H.Xadneri Esg.^.; -y.���������/-.- /���������.  ^iectpfal District bf; Robtenay4-Perry^ Creek  ariT Wild Horse Creek Polllng/Diviaion^,  C. Booth, E������qV' '" ' "'��������� 'y ��������� ���������  :jrlinWs*';Re8iK]^^1t������  : /; STi&EZ, LIQBTNDJG CREEK,:; X,  'AA': ���������'IX -.:..��������� lA..-s>.-wy.      --^m  ���������  SAMWHAV-'    ^-^V^-V'-v^pranETOBv ..  Single Mea^75 c^iitfe,::;  <^b. Tho TaWa furnished with tho beat tho markot  Califoifiiia S^pi)^  A  ��������� STANLEY, LIGHTNING -CRBEKV^-  iiBi McDERMOTT^ y   v L *./,... PBOrRreTOB.,  .-te'the test ^rme^iLiq/aois,'^^ and^ef^^'*thd  Bar^hd ali visitors nwAe.Mppy ^^ ,  ,';' my3 6m"'    ;' ,-/ ''","���������       -,     . ,.'���������. ' *��������� ;;  --  WORK ON THE;CiP; RAILROAD  :V..:...,.;jv!aY.:be ��������� Oelayed,./-:;;;*  ;.. sA-A    ,-;������������������ -: .. ���������yAiwmvk wxi������������������-���������'"��������� '-���������-.��������� f *X ���������������������������������������������.- :  itfS  Is at his pldstanu^ oh%'prepared to <^ ^ '  ^.R^vlng:-r a JLATHE " on x the lpremlsc8r  *    XoMiod'Woik made a; SR������cialty?^5?  ���������r g?t������?:- ��������� ,-.-������������������ '��������� --.:- - -myl6 Sm' "��������� . -    -  IH THE COUHTY COURT OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA, HOLDBN-AT RICHFIELD.  ii.ior wuw������ u" -"���������"  notlco is l.oro% ������*������,S to aw said  hereby required to surrenuw. ati��������� in^0 hel(1 ^c.  Jan*, at >K**& SSffto bo hold rttto  wUioOourtat ���������hosc._o--im      |    of Juno. AD-  samJ Plow and hour ou tho 10m u j        Bmln-4tion.  1874, for tho.������*������B������������JX^w5'3������������ "'^  AtUioDratrt^TiS'iito orassigneesoC  their debt^ and -choose on ossi," 8eoqnd  SWr^yff &d2%22t& horded.  ��������� Cachet Creek Polling'Division*, J. Camp-  -belljEsq..        : -:    ���������    ���������   ���������  .. ,.  .  ��������� ;Karaloops Polling Division, J. Boyd,:Esq.  Nicola fake Polling,,Division, J vClapper-  :-.���������/ :.:  ton, .Esq^.:   f A ���������' ��������� ���������'''-' ���������' :.< t;/ A/ AA? k '���������<  Okanagan Polling Division, F. Brent, Esq.  Rock Creek Polling Division, Barrington  **   Price; Esq;''      .-���������-'-  Electoral District of: Lillooet��������� Lillooet' Polling Divisiou, A. W. Smith, Esq.  Clioton Polling Divieionv C. B, Pope, Esq.  Canoe  Creek  Polling Division,. R. P.  Ritchie, Esq. ' /   -/AAAAAA:  Electoral District of C������rihoo.-4Richfield Poll-  .Ay' . ing Division: rJamss Lindsay;%Esq.: A  Lightning.Polling Division, Samuel Ar;  A f ./ch.er;;Esq.- ''/ iff.    '- ;��������� .- %- ���������  ;  Quesnelraoiilh Polling Divislbh,' A������ Bar-  Williams5Xiake Polling: Division, Wm.  Piucubeek,?-Esq:    - ��������� ���������'������������������  ���������   . Keithiey Creek Polling Division, O. Date,  -    :-,������** v.".     i'/sw*     -.:   y,  H  .. Omineca Polling Division, F. Page, Esq.  ;���������- :.  my#  Provincial Secretary's Office, ���������  4th'April. 1874. -.  -  His Excellency -the- Lieuteuaut-Goveraor  in Council has been pleased to appoint the  following gentlemen to he Trustees of the  Cache Creek Boarding School;  Tho Hon! C. F. Cornwall,  James Campbell, Esq.  PuiLir Parke, Esq.   ���������*      ,-���������  ���������     -Provihciai Secretary^ Offloo,  ���������. v A /.-'; ;������������������:: ^2^t-April,-1874;/ /  His Excellency ihe Lieutenant^Gp vern or  has been pleased; to. appoint John Baocook  LoyaiiL, Esq., to he Cprou^r for that portion  "  ^ ^Anftott'mf Oountry adjacent to the Stioketa  OEG TO ANNOUNCE THATTHETHAVKKEMOVK������  B to, Sb spaeious premises formerly.known as tbj  Sfc.'George Salo6n, NVliere they will be atalltiuica  prepared to furnish      - ;.  :��������� .'. v    ' .     ������-������  Z/j}^ x w<  OF   THE  BEST  -Tho  BAR is furnished with tho flneet wlNE^  LIQUOBS and CIGARS*  ���������      ' ���������������������������     yXAy:    p/Af  %n em.  9  fEOBElETO^  will bomaaafac^dflliaisok  tftiiia its purity, ������^d    . i;��������� -* ���������������  most or wmon y/aa^a ������**3 *~w~7 .     n..fiP., \iXAAm ml  Local Govemia0ui.t8d watered Sato a seoretl  wchu^to^ira  ��������� Clerk County Court mX 0/fictat A������ueo.  River. ;..,"..*;  ,  ��������� X: Af .provincial SecVetary's Office^/y  ���������^     '/-   ;    2dAprJl,^^ A^wA'A  ���������'" Thfi^eutenant-Governor in Oottncil has  been^toed^^^i^^^v^  SeorlS t^e: EiniBter. ot Mines,.aKre,eabl5  tonmrti^siom oft the  A^^i^?' .JiJJI.:'-:*  conatantiy kept oi^ hand.  i>u^a^y*x.-.\a^^^,^-ii^������*~r-' ii  mm  "*       ft  HI  THE CARID90 SENTINEL  SATURDAY,; JUNE; 6, 187*,  "' -::    ���������A-yrttOGR^./A.y.iyyyyj  -A Th������ Initial eteps In carrying out the .policy  Inaugurated by the present Local Government,^ the I'.policy of preparing our Province  ������������������vjwr ^-ttleiacsVby/the-bnUdiiVg Pi ColoEizatioD  *o������������������<feand trails, the construction of important*  public works, and the extension of surveys,  ������poa. a scale, not hitherto at tern pted,"���������will  . iino.rily.be taken.  Tenders: for. the constrnc-  tioaLo( <tba Orei:tbree;-tfections of, theTKew  : t^estminater-Tale road,; for sections "of the  Kicola Valley road and a bridge ha���������the same  district, will be receivedup to tbe 8th" inst.5  ������nd on the island new roads and-bridges will  Also soon be under bead way.   The construe:  ..tfoa'bf these important public works will* not  only prepare the Province for jietUement, but  be the means of supplying" the backbone' of  British Columbia���������the Cariboo/gold mimng  .diBtrict���������with additional bone and muscle to  ~ develop; its weaith."'///  A - ' .'.  The Government must certainly be compli;  fbented for  the ��������� energy' with which it is,  carrying-out\ite/:policy.^   Railway;:or  no  rail w ay, the p u bl ic i m pro v erne n ts now ab cu t  tb:be commenced ate necessary; if we desire  - to be:in;a,i>osHi6a/ to,/invite,' settlers Ota our  chores, and when the rail way is biiilt they  -wiilr prove- valuable..-' aids-v. to its success.  Under\ the/ most -j1 difflicul t circumstances the  "Adminbtrala^liasm carrying  ont its wise policy. The clamors of a factious  Opposition. Jn the ���������Legislature, backed by an  onsl aught pf. the;ro danism of the cl fy of Victoria, on Parliament when in session, were.  Victoria"Pai!y Standard, ofthe 20th May.-informs us, however, that a few days before the  departure pr^r Edgar,." that gentleman qjK  dertook, ia .the private capacity of a gentle-  ma.n visiting this province, to place certain  propositions which he stated emanated from  MrMnckenzie, and referring to the railway  clause of the Terms of Union, before Mr  Walkem, staling at the same time tbat a copy  thereof had -been:! enclbiaed by him to the  Lieutenant-Governor. Mr Walkem; on the  same day, replied, informing Mr Edgar that  before be could place any such proposition  before the Governraent^as':,emanating from  Mr Mackenzie/it wbuld be necessary that he  (Mr Edgar) should forward bis authority to  act for that/gentleman in that capacity.''  Mr Edgar neglected to pioduce bis authority  to/ act, and the course taken by Mr Walkem  in'refusing to enter into negotiations with an  agent without credentials will meet with the  approval of every man in the country who  desires to see the railway question settled  as soon as possible, and not delayed by the  quirks, quibbles, and humbug which a great  m������ny people think form part of Mr. Macken:  zie-srelaxation programme.. ,    /; :  NEW/ADVERTISEMENTS.  pWRISTLERS.:  Statibiiery, ^iitleiy   and  i/Zy ZJ. ��������� ^^fdlner7,,/ Z  PR0G STORE2,  ; '.GENUINE-DRUGS,'  ���������/���������;.,... ;engijsh''anp .American"?  tff^N T;' M E DI 6 IN E S  ; a. ?-.���������'. :.'./-*    From the; Proprietors.',. A /'  . ttaavailing to stop - the Jmarch"- of progress/) tbusse6 and elastic _CTOj3j:bTqs,' /SOCKS ana  The almost infallible '���������<.way pf rousing: fierce  popular wrath against a Government���������by  Recusing' ijs 'members < of sacrificing-/ the national interests, to/personal ambj tion--- was  felso tried ;: but the 'verdict "given by a majority- of the electors of'Victoria in rcturniing  XteCosmoa aa their premier comr^oner, proved  that-the people/woulft- not be influenced by  linjast ��������� "suspicions;^5 and^1 /6lan^er8;V directed  agai ost! men'WhoWfaitbfUl^ their  public i^.tibs is a crime * in the eyes of /nn *  ^crupulbiis-men ���������:i\f,e rapprebend- that even  the few, island landowners who lent material  p\d to the obstructive faction, from mere  spite towards.: the Government for 'having  passed an Act extending the. city limits)  whereby their property is taxed "for civic im  pro?ementSi are by this time heartily ashamed  of their conduct, and will cut their connection withv'the. patriots whose great aim is to  make a;raid���������;upon the public treasury." The  people of the^mainls^ in;sup  porting the go-ahead policy of the Admlnis-  tralion, and:the opposition on the island" is  entirely confined to an association known'as  the p Terins of. llnion/ Preservation /League^  *fid theirvworthy^all!es:.th.e aborigines^ .-/I;  *      /THE COiv?pENTIAL/ AGENT.  ���������* ': v.      ".% -������������������������.    '.-���������   *-.   .***������������������. *'���������   ��������� * -      -   - -   X      \\ :'\*p*i-' *> ^i" ��������� * '.-  "'ifr Mackenzie's Confidential Agent, Mr J.'  T>. Edgar, after a sojourn of some two months  in Victoria, has' taken his. departnre.   It is  difficult to understand the real object of his  salssion. If he was sent to British Columbia by  the Federal Government uterely to inquire  Into the;causes of the Victoria outrage, a  Aim ple'Z 'mtrbdac tie & to the police au th ofities  Was all that was necessary to obtain reliable  1 n forma tion as -to the an tecedents an d presen t  standing of some at least of the parties impliV  ���������o^tedv ? But/If -he really; came tp this province  as the Tepresentative of thb Federal Govern-  ttient to arrange modifications of a very important nature: in the Railway clause; of .the  Terms ot Unibb,; most peoplei'Wdidd hattlr-���������  lkl!y suppose that Mr Mackenzie bad furnished  bis agenty with/pp. official in fcrbdncripB to the  Government, jib Was to treat with,/and ibe  tiecessary powers to bind the:. \Fcderai Gov-:  ������rnment in any arrangement agreed? tipon,  6 u cb1, ho w������ ver, was no t. the case.   Bey bad  Abatements made In public prints, it appears  tbe Local Government had boo knowi-  ���������edge that Mr Edgar was empowered to nego-  ^t^fc^OdiScb&jbe itaiherailway terms in.  fes^'tiZfe 'Ob^QJ^;Gotbr2m0^  A LLPERSONS INDEBTED BYEITHER  xV... Book. Account, or. Note to A PENDOI.vi, are  hereby requested to settle the same beforo tlie FIRST  DAY OF AUGUST NEXT. .If net settled by that  date, they will be placed in the Court for collection.  - ��������� ���������   a. pendola;  Barkerville, Jono 5. 1S74. jc������  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,  Celebration/  F I US T -D-'JA'Y-*/'���������'.  '01//  .';V;!.SPORTS; a^yy  '���������-;'*'"*       //.-1st Prize. 24 Prize  .1,; PotHto'e Rao, 60 yhroa, 5 Mnrphcys, $7  2. HopRacCj'&O.yurda.r ������������������"/.'  -  , 3. Foot Raco, JiOO yanls,^ :  4. Sack Race,'  '5. Foot Ruce, 160 yards, . "* '���������  6. Wheelbarrow Race (no prompting),  7. Huri'loRace, 100 yards, 5 hurdles,  3 Teethlgh;   ,-...'.-  8. Hop, Skip and Jump,  9. Foot Raco, 100 yard?,  10. Ferub ftico, lust man forfeit $2 60,  11. Chinamen's Ruce.  OOyurds,  12. Italian Race, 200 yards,  13. Buys and Girls' Handicap,   , .  For all Race?, two entree or no race.  Entrance fee for 300, 150 yar<le, und Hurdle Rice?,  $1. All other Sports SO.cents, except Scmb, Indian,  Cbioese, an<l Buys and Girls' Ritcos."  $&,. The Sports .wlU'comnience at T-KN' b'c! :ck a.m^  sharp. A signal gun.will bo fired* , A dilute will 00  fired ut noon: ;������������������  .NEW, ADVERTISEMENTS.  ��������� H4S iJUST BECEIVED  A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT Of  $7  $2 50  6  ���������. ��������������������������� ���������  16   '  6 00  7  ���������.  10  i���������  7-..  ���������  10  OB*   .  7  ���������  7 50  '   ���������  6  ���������  T  2 50  6  -_���������  8  ���������  HORSE-MGI^G.  DOMINION PURSE,  $400,  S50 yards; heats, 3 in 5; 25 yards distance; carryinj;  not less than 90 lbs.: Entrance, $25;' Tiiree entries  or no race.   ���������       ���������-.-.' ���������:���������.'.-���������;-'-.;.   '������������������>.     pfxyy ">  i-'w PEOPLED PUUSE.;^:'.-;: -   -: $150,  350 yards; beats, 2 in 3; 25 yards, distanc; carrying \  not less than 90 lbs.   Emr..nee $10.. Winnur of Dominion Purso barred.   Two eiitrieaor uu nice.  HACK KACE,;' ��������� Zl - '��������� $75,/  350 yards; heats, 2 in 3; 25. yards distance; catch  weights, fin trance $5.. Winners of previous races  barred. ' ' '  BARKSRVILLE PURSE,   ���������'-.; $50,' A,  250yards* single dash; winners of Dominion and  People's  purses barred;  catch- weights.' Entrance  $2 60. -     XX::        .........    .,-:;..,.     ,..-.   ;  S1WASH RACE., --. .   ''-��������� v $15,  {Fur Horses owned by Indians,)  Second horse, $5.    3-50 yards;   beats, 2 in 3; .three  vntries orao race; 25 yards*disUnce; catch weights.-  $300  / On the above subject will be delivered by tbo  v REV ,M R.HALL.  AT THE  WESLEYAN: CH17RCH,   RARKERTlLtE,  fy -ZaZZZ . ::i;X������*   ���������      ���������'��������� Z 'if  Wednesday Ev'g, j.une.10.  Commencing at ErGHT o'clock.  SECOND    DAY.  WILUAMS CREEK PURSE, ;:- /Z  350 yards; heats, 3 in 6;  25 yards distance    ,Bn  trance, $10; carrying not 1������jss than 90*lbs ;  two entries or no racr:; it t!irec entries, second iu to s������ve  entrance fee. * ���������     j ' .  '/������������������;  . LADIES* PURSE,/ - . . " $10d. A ���������/-  350-yards ; heats, 2 in 3, carrying not less than GO  lbs.;- 25 yards' distance.    Enir.mc������  $10,  a.dded.���������  Winners of- Dominion and Wiiliams Creek-Purses  oarred.   Two entries or no raco.; . , ?..  Selected from the best'Hcas������: in Vletoila. $,  b  TURNER & CO.  LADIES1 TRIMMED HATS,   '  FANCY SILKS,  DltESS* PATTERNS,  MERINOS.  PLAIDS,  poplins.  Ay  BLAUK ALPACA.  JiOSE.      '  ta(������������ and small ylzes, and Cbildn������n,������.  BEST FRENCH CORSETS,  ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS,  RIBBONS.  *    ladies' underclothes;  fancy fringe, .".  - , buttons;  SEWING   SILK,   Aa  Gent's & Boy's Straw Hats  . SILK SHIRTS, NECK TJES. BOWS,.  SCARFS, BUTTERFLIES, &c.  ���������ipp-s',   my������2m ,   ��������� XAvii.-ls ���������..���������'.  SCRUB RAC]  $30/  Tickets ONE/ DOLLAR,  sonage.debt/  Proceeds to apply to Pnr-  -    "���������"    *    .   mxso  B%. -V'f- '���������:���������  THE PEOPLE OF STANLEY WrSR TO  1. Inform the inhabitants of British Columbia tbat  lhey.-will celebrate the approaching HoJilays in a  manner unsurpassed :ln tho Cariboo District. -The -  Will commence on the 1st and end on the 4ih/  Tbe  Will he ran on tho 1st folr tbd  PUF13E EVER mVEN  . pS THE CARIBOO DISTRICT.  ^6^,The Comrnitted. of Management wish ta inform  Smr*0f/HaSe ?������PS!;U^* thi-y will provide good  .stabhng for fchejr horses.-Tbe programme of Sports  will appear next wo������k;     \    '   ��������� -    ��������� ���������"         :F *  ���������350 yards; heats, 2 in 3. . EatnnciS $2 50; thro������"entries or no race. Winners of four principal racjs  barred.-  Catch weights.   ' ��������� : ���������  SIWASH RACE,-   ~'A$ipZ   .A,/  (Horses owned by In-iians.) .,/���������-/,/.  Second horse iu $5. 350 yar;is; thrco htir?es to run;  neats, 2 in 3; 25 yards distance; catch Iweights; /"'.'���������  CONSOLATION STAKESi;  - :'V: $60, ip  For beaten Hvrses; 350 yards, singlo dagb.   Horses  Imvintf run iu .Siwaki Kaces barred. Entrance'$a 00.  Catch weights.      ^ ...;  Entrances for Dominion Purse to be made befon  10 p.m. on Juno 30th, r.o the Secretary, at tho TELE-  GUAPH OBTiCB, Barkerville,: to.be ,opon������d. at N.  CUNIO'S SALOON   v   A-A;-i;i'Ar^py...,y  sw-sy  .  Entrances lor Williams Creek Purse tb.be made before. 10 p.m. July 1st, to the Secretary^ at the TELEGRAPH OFFICE, Barkerville,- to be opynod 'at  MASON & DALY'S RESTAUR ANT.1  Other En til us to be inade 15 minutes before starting.     ' ���������:-.      "���������;'������������������- ��������� a--- .;: :  ��������� No Jockeying alloveil.:  All disputes to be settled by. the Patrol Judges.  CHARLES WILSON, Chairman.  RICHARD ALLKN, Secretary.  HUGHRpSS.'Treaaiirer.  Barkerville, June 5,1874. jc6  K Offers -,& AWils on,  ���������:    (Successors to D. Kurt������& Oo.)���������.  IMPORTERS AND' DEALERS IK  LIQUORS, AAs.,-  AAXA'&AiBSXAAlAliXiX  :/ TOBACCO.  qroeries,  :; provisions.  Dry Goods and    lothing.  .CLINTON  eTtRA  FLOUR.  AtST All Gpiods'of tb������. Best Quality acd *i ti������  Lowest Prices. >f"'   ���������'.."���������" ":���������;>  . Barkcrvlll'!. May.9. my9 60  Why Drink your Tea and  Cofiee without Milk ?  *     -A. ���������."*'-���������:���������������������������:. WHEN" ������������������������������������'������������������ '���������/    A\  ���������:-:^:o^hare;':/;  THE PIONEER MIIJCMAN, who la at Iii  old.stand on.,-... ,     ;.%,-���������  L!GHTN!NQ   CREEK,  Is'*prepared to supply" Milk to Mibers at their Cabloi  ^1 75 -Cents, and .to Hotels at. 50 Ceats "per  Gallon. my 16  C. J. LEG G ATT,  Solicitor & Notary Pnblic  Leaves Victoria on Monday, the 25th Kay  instant,  for tbo  ���������.-'.-  jCASSIAR MlNfcS,  and  will remain tbere until tha end of SeptembVf  next/;..:.,   ..  ..-; ,���������.;;;;./'���������,., ,.\ s. /���������.���������--. <w,u i,.ioy50v  A'/Wp KUfRAhL. Ducbabrd.  TE1TDERS ' ARE   INTZTED    BY  undersignod for the    .  TB02  ��������� Mining Olaimfor Sale.;  ANE FULL INTEREST IN BALLARAT  XJ   Company, William Crock, for sale chenp  by Aucliona ^^ ^ 2������th ������r Jua "* l* Wi" be 8ola  Apply to  my30  GEO.^yKNES;  Auctioneer.  appear next wo������k,  anduSelr wir,!s! inviUtion ^ steaded to everybody  ':   V By order ot the Com mitt ee   .    .;,/'/  v?/  PARTIES     INTENDING    TO     AVAIL  *     themselves of the nsyf Mining Law and to mi fc-  tnd !������*& made by addressing -*  0APT. .Oi'lj"  Store   and   well-assorted  :///y Stock of Goods  therein, on Keithiey Creek.  r ..,,-":/  A complete Inventory of tli������ Kstato on RcHhfrf  Creek.has been tak������n by the undorsignedi. Any per*  son wishing to inspect or get a copy of tit������ same can  do'ao on application'to" the nnder^fgnod, or Inspect  the stock at the Store on KeithieyjCreek,.,������������������.<'��������� :;���������> 'l.-p?-  Copies of the Inventory may be.seen on application  to Mr Bates, 160 Mifo Post, and to Mr Barry: Forks of  Quesnel.;. .���������..���������' X   ' ���������  Tenders to be sent in on the basis of tho Inventory,  and -any goods sold trp to date of Tender being ad*  ceptod will bo deducted from the amount of Tende?  at Barkerville rateB and freight to Keithiey. :  The highest or any Tender not necessarily accepted]  Scaled Tenders wiUbo received by the unrtersigneA  at hie pffice in Barkerville up to noon on the 30th daf  OTHferfilSW,..     - ���������    ���������.-.:-.     ./���������;��������� ''A- --..���������/.-   ���������-.;.-���������  zm  Wx$BMi'  a?1  St  m  w  m  &  m  M  m\  m  I  m  fflf  St  p  Jm  m  Kg  Wh'  P  lee  |D  loc  [in  m mm.  mm  m  rt or  torla>  ?.   fc  ALPAOi  ���������* :' v.-,<  '^iX  %/y-  .;  IDS;   ,  jilk, yto.  tf/Hats  BOWS,,  ic.  IS IN  [ES,  thing.  ouk.  :an% >t; the  : zny9 6ia/  $& and  ilk?  ho U it hte  fe"/-;  Mir Cabins.  Seats'pet  a-;   myU  [ay/instant,  fSeptemVf  ../������'7.10*80...  vit the  n KeltM^y  i Any per*  ������ same can  or inspect  application  y^ Forks of  Inventory,  ���������r being ao������.  of Tends?  fA  'A  yaccepted)  ndorsigno-sl  ie BOtb day  H THE CARIBOO SETOEi  ������  is  I  SATURDAY/^UNE 6, 1874.  Kim  B  g&a&iasaffi  8M&  -QUESNELMOUTH.  Qii^Bnelmouth, June 5���������The Omineca Ex-  m&mssi prens arrived lest eveoing:,  Mr Lewis report  /    B v^r-v fovoraMy of that .district.-  He says a  i^Jll number of companies are working and taking  vi out good pay.   All hands in good health and  Z-Wepifiis.'' . - '���������������������������'���������< x-''"A-   .  .   '���������''".   v   !  We    A very interesting race came off on the 4(U  clear length.  gflBt STEAMER VICTORIA;  jrl^S   Sod ft Creek. Juno 4-^-fcfr A. S. B.ites will  ^^^Rytm (he'-steamer-Victoria'this season;   He  ^^^Svt^nt up to the ways this morning, aud. tbe  S^Sl?w?oat will be launched immediately. .  -|fij||[ . VICTORIA. X      '���������'/ .  pZfl^ Victoria,. June -3���������A special to the'Stand-  ^^^pird, date'd Ottawa/ June  1st, sav9 'Hon. Mr  ^^^MJorion, Ministei^of Justice, is uppointed Chief  ^^^fiii3li(je of the Province of "Quebec  -Mr.For  gl|||;|Kiff, of the Inland Revenue, succeed a bf in.���������  |^^������l(in.'G. F. Farron takes the Inland Retenue  B^^TOep.������i'tment.       . '" .//���������-'     - .���������   :  pg\ZA9' S eaato r Geo rge Br o w n is be re  to c f������n f er  ^S^Sjni-/the/.;GoVerhinent/-on': the- Reciprocity  ^^^ftreaty' witu the United'States, ..- ft   i" ,   .-  '^^^^^Senatnr.'Macdonald of Voiir  province  lias  ^^^^^&i<] he intends to'r������������ign his Senalorshtp on  ^^^^Sfe' arrival in Victoria and stand tor tbe Locdl  :^^^g|ri,>u.se/-;or. the Governorship.    He bus   iic j  ^S^p^i^t In the Senate...!    '/.���������      .       ._' ...";']  IS^^&TIm congested ejections are expected to g(-'  | i V-^^wuinHt-ihe Government. 'IA,. ���������' -.'.' -"������������������ -XX'l��������� ���������-.;' J  li^^K^1' ^.'J-;Macdonsid,'an-old resident'of tbe j  ***"' f^^&vlnCH, has b������;en appointed Military Store-1  fpp^PGr.for Briti?hColumbia. ���������'j  ^^^Phe Superintendent of���������'Indian Affairs* wil- j  !|P$*"r<������ for tbe upper country- next week. He i  gHgj'i'riRti the tribes around CacheOreekvOliu' |  jjppm anrl K*m loops';as/well as th������Chiicoi'tha. i  f������S| -Tw<i tend'TB-: were' received by - tbe Post I  ^ftffic*';ln������pf;cior:'t'<>r ihe eorivi>yance.p'f mails j  ||l||ice a; month'".'between-: For* Wrangel ;and j  fflPeasc'Lrtke. Tbe contract was awarded to!  Sr Jobnson.:- for'many years the Kootenay  ^mail/CHrrier^atSlW^r.tri^1. '-���������'���������'������������������ ���������  K"T':' t-arner Oner'and the 'gunboat Boxer  IjB|rill sfcrtrtto-morrow with Marena Smith, Mr  |||jtm<zatk y, aud ethers connected with the sur-  SHpy- (>t the Co^et Hue tor a railway'terminus  Hon trie mrtinland... .. ���������' ���������' ���������',.-���������* fy. Xp AAA; I i  ^m Small poxia spreading along the line of  il|lbe Overland' rail way.; ' ��������� -: ';-. X / ���������'.' x  )i;^ Ottawa,/May 30���������Senator Brown tA-day  ^Bres^nfed a draft of' the Reciprocity Tremyij  ^S?id Government^ approves-of-its g*oeral:  ^Se:imre������.  ��������� ..."    ���������/';..   ..'   -.  MAIL CONTRACTS A^D THE PARCEL  r\yywwy ^^-posT.:���������;":/ ' - r'y:./  In tbe House of Com mo rs, on May 6 th, on  tbe motion o/.Mr. DeCosmbs for returns re-  specting; British Columbia Mail Contracts,, 'i  Mr Thompson (Cariboo) said he considered  it very desirable that the/returns asked for  should he laid. before tbe House, as the  people of British Columbia wished to bave  the fullest information on the subject of.mail  contracts in tbat. province. Tbe terms of contracts; bad .been changed between tihies- of  advertisingTor and letting ibe same, and how  the carriage of jjbM dust;and bullion had  been stopped, which bad caused great dissatisfaction in Cariboo, where gold dust .was  tbe staple product. When gold was carried  by mail, the Banks paid a higher price for it  than they could afford to do now '% they insured all treasure* forwarded by mail, while  the Government was not responsible for its  safe delivery.      Mr Thompson then read a resolution passed  at a public meeting held at Barkerville on  27ib March, strongly condemning the action  of the Post Office authorities on the grounds  that tbe course adopted would cause a loss to  Cariboo of; $15,000 per annum, and to the  revenue of $4000 per annum.  ���������  MR\. MACKENZIE'S PROPOSITIONS.  Ths Official Correspondence and Telegrams  between the Dominion Government and the  Government of British Columbia on the re.  taxation of the railway clause in the Terms of  Criiori as proposed by Mr Mackenzie tbrouerb  bis private a<?ent, Mr Edgar, has been-pub  lished. The relaxation asked for is what may j  be -termed* very: extensive indeed; and "would ]  cause the construction of the Canadian Pacific'  t. o exf ft ti 4 o ver. a" period \ .of., some tb t ng like  t>n^ hundred years.   One mi I Hon. and *a. half  o  d  iiiiishcd.  one jiMnurea years. \jnv..:iiiiiaiiu.������iiu-������....���������������������������������������*  of dollars is proposed a? the minimum ex pen-  ditn re  11> ibis Proy in ce" /u nti I xhe ; rp ad is  ���������*���������  wm Dominion ? Day Cklkbratio^���������A pptendid  ^&roj?romme'of sports and races4n Barkerville  Bjn lfit and 2d July.-appears in -our advents-.  Mn? co I urn hk. The public spirit of Barker-  Hrille was displayed'thia.week as iu d������^ys of.  ^Bfore.���������the committee having collected ia two  lllfgours from her citizens the.snug little sum of  ||||808! Nearly . $1400 has al ready been -bud ���������'  ^pcribed.and it is expected that one or two  ^pnore hundred will yet roll: in; We may add  ^pbat Lhe miners in this district have noblyj  ^peconded tbe efforts of the.committee.  SE Liqbtnixo Creek Cblkbration*.���������A cororau-  fflpicdtion in another column informs our read  ^&rs ^ the preparations making at Stanley  ^por the approaching holidays. Stanley is a  ||||eg;ular " chip of the old block,"���������forty citi-  ^S-ena having subscribed the handsome sura of  ||||810 for tbe sports,���������and it is said that sum  ^pviil be doubled when the committee finish  H������[heiT collecting tour. Fireworks bave been  ^^entfAr^ a grand stand will be erected* for the  Ijpadiea, and every possible step taken to make  |||he holidays a success.  K Mr J. S. Thompson*', M.P. for Cariboo, ar-  Hfived at Ottawa on tbe 2;W Aptil, in eleven  llplays from Victoria. He could not, however.  IBpke his seat for six daya after his arrival on  Hkccnunt of the return to the writ which left  B^'ctoria April, 16th by* dverland mail via  ffiPortland not having come, to hand until the  |||29th, LeUers and papers by this- route iisu-  ���������ftlly take 18 or 19.days to reach Ottawa from  ���������Victoria.: .".""''"'���������''.: ������������������.;-���������'/���������: -y\ .1. ,  H Notice.��������� Mr Lindsay, of Van Winkle,' will  Bact as agent for the Sentinel on Lightning  gCreek. and'all orders \e\t with that gentlemen  Wwill be promptly attended to. Parties at  gthe lower end of Lightning desirous of'siib-  Secnbing, will please leave their orders at Mc-  ^^ermotCs, Stanley.< -Sent by Mail to subscribers at'the rate of SI per month, payable  iln advance. v ���������,���������������..:,. ";. . ,, \;y-A.������ \- lur  As interesting Ottawa letter ftom'i:Mi-  i������ar inx owe ���������'-" ihei$ ��������� *������������������������w"-*,  c     MINING INTELLIGENCE./  A     .-:   wru.rAMS.CRKEK.- .' i^Z/A/y  The. O������r? boo;and BaIlarat;. companiea. com-  mence yt'ivb on Monday. /   .-     .   A.  .      :��������� VAIXET'- MOUNT A TN\:.;:-.        "  rM'?eovery co: bydraulicing.- six men "work*  \ ng r the c} aim lojp Us weh pf -��������� ���������. \ \ \ f:  f " /A ;'   ,   GROUSB CRKKk.    ������������������'-"if ". .   i\l..  Garibaldi eo., two;men -working: 'gronrfd-  s hi ici d %f .��������� .Eclipse . co.,. hi n e Jnerr; wo rk ing!  iy round sluicing. Montgomery .co.. two men  wprking. ground -sluicing.;. will start piping  soon. Shy Robin co.,- four -men working.  Kround-sluicing." Latotir and Heaih, in ad>  joining ground, ground-sluicing. ���������' Union ,co..  crenk claim, three men working. Short Bend  cp. pround-sluicing. Talisman co.veight men  working, paying over wages. Hanson co.  sinking a second shaft, having bottomed the  first one at 14 teet.. ���������:'"; " >���������;  RT-.VBX3 CliEEK,/"- /  Sixteen men jfcovtiiiigi hydran\icing./  I.lGHTKtXG.CREK.R. .  Efeven of England co. start in on Monday;  with 20 members*   The Opbircq. has-been  laid over, and will assist the Eleven of England company to the extent of $2500 ; some  assistance is also-expected from the Myrtle;  co.   Tbe West of England will - either start  working or assist the Eleven, of England.���������-  Co8lello Sawmill co. still sinking in.bed-rock.  Vulcan co. have.overhauled their machinery,'  ahd it is in perfect order.; will, commence  work as soon as the other companies;  tbey  think of washing the dirt taken out of their  shaft since they struck the prospect. Victoria  co. putting io a new shaft! and next week will  commence raising some 400 feet of their  flume;  expect to be ready to commence j  pumping in two or three weeks.   Van Winkle j  co, have   again commenced running   their;  drain drive.   Vancouver co. cleaning out!  and grading their &mz.   Point co. running  a drive to strike tbeir upper bench ; will be  In in two 'weeks.   Spruce co. will commence  laying their flume next week which was car  tied away last winter by a slide.   Eldorado  co. have again started their bedrock tunnel,  and are getting along well; expect to have  some 80 feet to go\o-get itito tho channel-  Dutch co. are putting up machinery on the  old Rougb and Ready .shaft... Eastern co.,  Hunter & Co., are in a canyon ; a 6 foot cap  ia tho widest part of it; not making much.  ,  /BURNS CREEK....  Homeward Bound cb. on good pay ; over  36 oz. dust brought in by this company last  week. Dawson co. not on their usual good  pay lately, but.expect to catch it again soon.  The several Chinese claims on this creek look  well, and two or three white companies near  the head are opening-up with good prospects  ahead.  :."...../;  :      NELSON CUBES. V  ; 3wo;companies of Chihese oh this "creek  &nhg well,';/ ''.' :A'".X,fl.x "'���������   ���������'-/'   /������������������-  ... ��������� :0pULTE^C5aBfiK������  0a������ Ctilem ^  LIGHTNING CREBK-THE COMING ���������  r-" AXlx-wii   HOLIDAYS..."'. . ..- Af -,  iEpirba Sbstisel :--Not * having wrote yon  for some time, 1 will now*; ebtleavor to give  you an idea of the march of events on Light  uing'since;my last report, more especially ;  pAi'i ;";���������/.'.;.;    //v   '-STAXLEy.  .':.���������>���������'������������������    *' :"..:  ���������a This town'is improving beyond calculation,  and in fact I think it will soon rival Barker-  vi 11e in its palmy days, for .the street is wider  And' ihe'ite' vanch> better for ')arge town;  The street is now being-graded under the  supervision/of Mr Ji.J., Robertson, and the  work so.far.done is a credit to him/' Stanley  will have a ....,.��������� *'->: "; '" ' ���������'���������'-.  fine: race:track, .    .  350 yards' Ibife, level as a bouse floor, with  80 to 10*0-feet for a startand tbe Same'for an  butcomW Sidewalks are being-laid, the street  will have side drainage,'and wbedfH is'rolled  over it will surpass anything ia/ the upper  country. ��������� A ' f.     '' '        -  I camo into Stanley last night, and beard  for the first time that there had been a com-  mi:tee here from your "hurgh,? to arrange  matters for the coming holidays, and . that, it  could not be agreed upon as to��������� whether Bar-  korville-or Stanley should have the 1st July,  therefore it was thought there would be a celebration at each place on that day, ^Ab an  outsider,!am'under the impression Barkerville is-very-unjust, from the fact that she has  always bad The celebration- there-since the  day was celebrated in Cariboo.   I will say.  however; tbat' Barkerville ��������� has always been  generous, even to a fault, for to'ray own'  knowledge she has " panned out" on every  and -all public occasions with a lavish hand.  Bntlet- us look at the-present-case fairly.'  Lightning creek bas always tmid its proportion to Barkerville celebraf^ns withput.asi-  ia^ anything in return, and-now when ha'f  of- ber population comes from/Barljerville, is  it not strange that/the latter;place.will not  concede that which -1 thi uk is just?  'Why not.  let Stanley.have thc/Ut,"and then, when the  bovs gel in humor they will go over, to Bar.; (  kefville and-fiuish the sports? . I believe that t  by so doirigbotb places ..would make more,  the holidays be a greater'success,; and-, good-  deling continue, to exist between.,-the.:two  places- whereas if we/divideon the celebration, lam certain- Stanley, will: raise .more  money than Barkerville for the sports, and  probably :h|verydp. anything':; .for ^er^sister  townvin:th%futAirei/: ��������� ^ L^^AXyiX^XX^  ������������������. The holiaay celebration - Executive Com  mittee are :-Thos. R. Pattullo; Robert Mc-:  Derraott; J. J. Robertson, Wm.: Brown, J. C.  BeVdy, Joseph Denny. A... McNaughtpii,/ John  Johnson, Charles Vai lanconr, A. McDonald:  Henry. Morgan, and Benj.-Edwards, and you  will perceive..comprises our business men  and "sturdy" miuers; most of the latter are  known as Barke/yille and Lightning Creek;  .men, and have always been identified with  eve'ryihiug pertaiuingto tlie enjoyment of; the  pe-'pie.  I have it'from the books that 40 men;  have aireadv paid for the-sports; $810; and.  with'the collections which will be made by  sub-cbmmi i,tces a purse will be raised ; that  will astouiih the natives.. As to  ���������     ACCOMMOlJATIOSi FOR MiX* AN*D BEiST,.  we have three fine hotels, with first -class;  ������tabltng,'viz.':���������Austins Stanley Hotel, the  Duke of York's.-(Eouseman's) Hotel, and  Beedy ^fc-Townsend's -Hotel, also* 'ftrst-.class  restaurantkept by Sam Wha. Anstia/s stables can accommodate 16 horses,? House man's  10 "and Beedy frTownsend's 20. We have  also 12 to io nice saloons-everytbing.in fact  to make people happy and comfortable.  Come, now, Barkerville, and jola us, and  let us bave  ONE GRAND REUNION  on the day we celebrate.    Lightning will  never forget the concession made, and would  return it"a hundred fold".   Let the mottoe  be, " Live and let live!." and success to the  new Dominion of Canada!  ;':���������/��������� Prospector.  Stanley. June d, 1874.  ������THE LIGHTNING LETTER STEALER.  Editok Sentixei.:-! observe hy a late  number of the Standard that a member of Ue  Victoria Colonist ring has recently arrived on  Llehtuing creek, and commenced operations  hv stealing private letters for publication in  th'tt p5? This may be.-Ah Sin's" first  transgression ic-the. thieving line ns.lt Js jibe  tfcntfful opinion of parties acquainted with bim  here that Nature bas not endowed bun witb  Miffl^ieht brains to become a member of -ibe*  heathen band of thieves, andji so he;Mnay  mend his'ways. I will.let' him off/gently  this time-merely cautioning him to beware  of evil companions, and. especially of the  forcibly' expatriated patriots in the lower  country who have been using ^wjjg^". //-  Stanley, May 30. V yff'i  Trail R^PATRSc#^r!n).--:We bale been re*  que^tedto call tbe attention of the authorities  to the bad conditioner/ the trail from Beaver  Lake ^.Keithiey, and from Keithiey to Snow*  shoe; The trails arc. backed up by fallea  timber, and it is impossible for pack animals  to get through. The mail contractor has also  the greatest difficulty^ in 'making Ma iiips.  Fii^f Pack TRAiN.--The first pack train of  tbeseassn,ipr; Beedy\& Townsend, withAmi  large- 'quantity of-general "merchandize, ar--  rived at^a&WiaklerOH-Taes-day last.-      ��������� ��������� x ��������� i  Barnard's Express, with the mails, arrived  at 7 o'clock last night. The following is tha  passenger list:���������Jas. Gerald, for Yanwinkle j  George Webster and two prisoners, for Rick*  field. .   ' /./ y   A   i^A/iA..  Casstau.���������Mr J; H/Snin van has been. sen %  up as Grold .Commissioner. Monthly mail  communication has been established between  VVrangel and the mines.   ;:   v ';���������' ";'  The steamer Victoria; will shortly-commence running, between .Sod* creek and  Quesnelmouth.'V///, ,. A i-yi.'/... ��������� :'������������������/���������:  Fkksr VEGETABr-E3.���������T wo Cbinese - teams,  witb early vegetables, arrived last; Saturday.  NOTICE,  THE UNDERSIGNED; HAVE FORMED-A  *��������� Pannfrship for general trading purposes, to b������  knowo.aa.BEKDY..& TOWNSEND.^  "'V'VT���������'-���������// "r PA' 'A-ixlp- ." 13. C. BEEDTi   :":  '��������� '������������������ ��������� ���������:'" '  "       '. ....       a. tows^emd.. -,  ." VanWinklc, May. 1st,.1874;..���������       / ���������. -xnylS /  Beedy:;&; ���������Fo/vviise nd,  ,^rAT^TSE^r-  OtD TAN WINKLE STORE  Keep on liand everything  The patroBa^^6oiiberaliy.;\6ste^d$4,jto the old flrna  - The $1;-0OO,000 Loan  won't inteefere .with ���������  uett  TERMlKtS  STORE  Where there are still'plenty of th* best branta  Brilish Columbia- '���������''���������.-'  FLOUR,' /AZ'ZiiZZZZ. Zii/ ,,~  ,   LILLOOET BEANS of 1873,  Ani other Farm Produce, at VERY LOW iUTSS.  ���������, Alsoi a gcocral assortment a?    : ��������� >  GROCERIES/ ^  ^    DRY   GOODS,   v        '      ,  '���������'���������'���������''���������:,v; BOOTS   &/SHOES; /  ������ and'DRUGS.   ;r  ef  4J3" Commission,. Storage aa'i Tbrwsrding bustaeaa  done.at reasonable rates...  mv3 3m  JAS.   REID.  BARKERVILLE, -  Auctioneer, O^mmissioa  and Mining Agjent, a<  . je^-Ooods received and Btorod in FIRE-PKOO^  CELLAR, and liberal advances ma do on same, fift  reasonable ralos. ray 9 6m  LEAVES BARKERVILLB /DAILY at 5 AJI  J ���������    ������������������.������������������������������������-'..AND ���������  ';  LIGrIITNlNG;ORBER. AT J PJ&  Passage, $! 50; for the round trip, ������3.  Freight taken at low rates,  ;':; Apy'-A.'E. C. WILMOT/  UBISfG OUR ABSENCE :FSC>MV0AniBOO,^'  JOHtf BIBB V .-holds oor Power of Attorney;  r- *  sirfcwftaij-*r 10i***** ; wr***-*  /  *...''  ,^4&3&B^a^-&^^  -K&&**M*.iuk.'ifa**r -"-������-'r~ w.*3M>����>*s��TO%***w:��^-��i.u^;'
���_-..-r; �����
&A
"MISCELLANEOUS.
'*iXf.liipt]  Aa X '���'"������'��� Celebrated J : 'pp *" "f/ryyl
X^^ppsiiER^pippAp'Pi9^
awAA'W   ..^.Declared by Connoisseu'rUob*    '���>   "V .
Vv; //THE.ONLY    GOOD  SAUCE. .     ��
MISCELLANEOUS.
���.. Caution against Frauds���The success or th'
most delicious and -unrivalled, Condiment having
���>' c lUHod certain dealers'to apply the Mine of * ' Worccs*
.*. rehire* Sauce." "to tbeir own inferior compounds,.the
��� public la horcby informed thattht only way to pro-.
.: euro the genuine, is to   -s     _,   ...   . .     ... -t
,A ?K  yOB'.OL.EA' &. IJERRINS'   SAUCE
ft[il to see' that tlieir 'names ard upon the wrappkr
'���' ��.AUKIiS,STOPPER,audBOTTLB.
..iVcSomaof the foreign, marfcots haying'been supplied1
Vj th a spurious WorcestersbireSatico,npo'n the wrap
.jir.und labels of which the names of Lea and Perrins
i:-yc beon forged r.L. .and-P.; give notice that they
J'.ye furnished their correspondents with power oj
" / Vtorney to take instant proceedings against maxu-
V;*aotu kerb and VBNttoPSPlsuch; ,or any other imita.
"tionsby whicbtheirrlghtmaybeinfringod* '
Ask for ILEA- <fe FERRiNS' 'Sauce and see
, Name :on; "Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and
Stopper.: ���/:��� ;.        ,    -   -.   ,y    ..,   ',
'Wholesale, and.. for_cxp6rt by thc/propriotorsv Wor-
V.ocster^Crbsso & Blackwollj London, &c.f &o.;   and
*y .Grocers and Oilmen universally?^'' p-r. -'A   j
Lumber ^uLumber
Public ^Notice.
SEPARATE SEALED TENDERS, endorsed
, a "Tender for Section One, "Nicola Valley
Road," and "Tender for-Sectiou Two.Nicola
Valley Road," will be received;by the.nnder-
signed up to noon of-Monday, tbe. 8th of June
next,, for the construction of a; Wagon Road
from Woodward's! honso to Cook's Ferry;
Section No. 1 -extends from Wood ward's house
ta Indian Camp; about two niiies below Little
Johnny's, and Section-2 from.-the Uamp-to
Cook's Ferry. -.    a, Pp : "������'���
Plans and Specifications can be seen nnd
Blank Bonds obtained at the residence of Mr
A.Robb, Nicola, Valley ; at tbe offices of the
Government Agents at Kamloopsand Lytton,
and at the office of the Lands and Works Department, Victoria.
Each Tender must bo accompanied by a
bond duly signed-by the contractor himself
and two other responsible residents pf tbe
Province in a penal sum amounting to at least
one-third the contract price, for the faithful
completion of the work.   ��� ���*.->���������
NO TENDT2R WILL BE ACCEPTED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED WITH A BOND AS
ABOVE. ..'/vv'    ��� ��� ���/ -
The lowest or any Tender not necessarily
accepted;' v      x-.i-      .<   "Ay
���    A. ,       ;     ROBERT BEAVEN,   .
.   Chief Commissioner"of PubLic Works.
NOTICES.
J      ;���    NOTICE/,.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all Aliens
resident within tlio Province of British
Columbia who may be desirous of becoming j
naturalized British 'Subjects,.,that, up to the
1st day of July, 1874, me law of/Mtishs, Columbia, as to Naturalization^ wlU ^ remain, in
force, by whicli law pnly/qno yeairs residence^
within the' Province 'is required-!to; enable au
Alien to obtain tho rightsbrWBritish Subject;
On and after the Isfc^day/of 'July/I8W, the
law.of Canada, respecting Aliens,, will/ come,
into operation in thia-Pro^ti^��^.by\yIi^,'laW<
a residence of three years^^ iri/theDpmihioa of
Canada is required before 'an^ Alien/can bo
naturalized.       -������. -' Al.y' ���  ....... A-������ ���   ������ ���/" a.
NOTICES.
Public-Notice,
RULES RELATIVE TO PRIVATE BILLS,
subject
British coiumma, .wuiim mkjyur\ww oi"/mc British
Nortlr-America Act,'1807^" AyhMhcr for the ereeiibn <if
a Bridge^ the; malting, of a Railroad,Turnpike Road, or
Telegraph Lino.^ the construction or improvement of &
Lands and Works Department,'
���Victoria, 30th April, 1874/ j) ,        my 15
rp
A
RE prepared {to furnish Lumber at tbelrg Mills,
V WiUU^m.Creck,ordcHver.lt,to,order.- - ?y
���-  'LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING
-fCK^m>.wy Afw:zywlww ^yxWAyWA.:.^ :
"Having a:Planlng Maohlne in operation! tbey w
also furnish -���'--;-. ������   - -, V- "������ '��� ��� V"���������'-'' - '" ���---������������*������
afjsfactory rates,.
.';,.   ���:���/^.Provincial Secretary'8 Office^
27th April, 1871.
'The following'copy of a letter from the
lion. Mr '<T-illey .to the Bon. Mr DeCosmos,
with reference to the proposed Dominion aid
towards the constrncticrn of a Graving Dock,
at Esquimau (which letter havidg -beea mis
laid was omitted in the published correspondence placed before the Legislative Assembly)
*ia herewith published for general iuformation.
rs.A   -:,     ���    w : JOHN ASH,
Provincial Secretary*
IQort.y    -; ..-
Db^u Sm,���With reference to the: convert
Bfiti��m I bad with you, respecting the Dominion aid towards tbe Graving Dock, and your
^application to the Minister of Public Works
"upon-tbe subject, I bave consulted: my colleague's, and we are prepared to submit to
Parliament a proposition to the following
. effect':
'/That in lieu of the interest on ��100,000 for
,teh years, which wa3 secured by tbe Twelfth
Section of the Order in Council of July 1st,
1870," we propose that advances should be
made to you from time to - time upon certifl-
cates of the progress of the work, not on the
whole to exceed ��50,000 sterling.
��� :"''- '"-��� -i ���-' ������    Xhave, &c, ���       ���'   a.
Z/f' w r (Signed)   S. h. TILLEY. :
������   TheHon/MrpBCosMos, M.P.,
' yr .'-.. .   -���,... Ottawa* v ;... .'.'.;       my 30
Public Notice,
Sealed tenders, endorsed ��ten-
~a. der for'Nicola River iBridge," will be
received by the undersigned!up:to noon of
Monday/ the 8th day of June next; for the
construction of a/Jgridge across the Nicola
River near its junction with Thompson River,
'Plana^ndSpeciBcations catT^o, seenpni
Blank Forms of Bond obtained.'"at! the residence of Mr A. Rorib, Nicola Valley ; at the
office ofthe Government Agents at Kamloops
and Lytton, and at the office of; tho Lands
and Work's Department, Victoria;
Each Tender must be-accompanied by a
Bond duly signed by the contractor himself
and two other responsible residents of the
Province in a, penal Biurr-amounting to at
least one tbird of"the contract price, for the
faithful completion of tbe woik. if
>������      ... ���-...<
NO TENDER WILL BE' ACCEPTED UN-
ILE8S AOCOMFAKIED WITH A BOND AS
ABOVE."   :������/  ;:'-   "\"
The lowest or any Tender not necessarily
accepted."'% ' ������ ���'���"
ROBERT BEAVEN,
��� Chief Gommissioner of Lands and Works.
Lands and Works Department,
- Victoria, SOth April, 1874. ���'. myl6
Success to the ������ Sehtiiiel/5
: ALSO TO THE
Z V:.-ApSv:^Z&:J\[Z:
ST PAR LA  PfiESBNTE, dphne anx
etrangers h'ai>Uiui.t.,^:.''Pr^VI.n^iu�� .la
Colombie1 ���Britahnique;//desireu
ralise comme Siyets Britaoriifjima;:~ ;:;
Que jusqu'au ter du/mbis de Juillet;,1874,
la loi de la GblonieMe^ laCblbmbie Britan-
nique concemant la naturalisatibh^desotrah-j
gers restera en force^ laquel^^exige une resi-;
dence settlement'd'une';'annee (1) dans le pays.;
pour assurer a un /etranger lea droit^Cuh.
SujetBritarinique.- '.!-,v ^ > /.
. Aussi qu7apres leai'er du rnois dei:Jiiille).'
1874, la loi du Canada sera mis .'cia;'lproe.-joins,
ce Province, par laquellerune- residen cede
troia anneeB (3) dans^^lapuissance dirCanada
est exigee; avant qu'un/etranger puisseetre
naturalise,      -.. ���     .���.**'..!  a. A a, a
FUR DIE IN DER PR0WINZ BF^ISH
Columbia, wphhenden.^6der/^an^|i!g6n
Deutschen, weldre beabsichti^nv/Bte|sche
Burger zu werden; Dass; das jetzige/G&feLz
welches einen Aufen0altTonEineni; Jahre in
d er Prbwinz verlan gtj/ urnA idtis feeht ziT be-
kommen, engHscher 'JBn'^r--^u--w��r^eii^]Snr-
bis zum ersten Jul! 1874^?in Kraft,bleibt ��� : ;
Von dem ersten Tage ab, des ;monats:,Juli.
1874, Tritt das Canadische; Gesetz/ jn; Kraftl
w el cbes einen Aufe n thajti. v p n 'Drei Jahre ti in
Canada vcrlangt, urn das'Sedbt^-:.b.ekp(miheh'
engliscber Burger, zu ���W0rdinAiAA:yArA
thy'particutar
Stock
QUAUFiCATION AID RiiSIMfiP
Ax^y&rm^m^yyiy
The attention of all Electors in/the Prot
vince, wbo3e names npwappCaron rapre than
one Register, is called:to the!/following; Sections of the above Act,;viz.;;;i7 and 18, which
take away from such/ Electors. >the xiglit^of
voting, and provide a penalty oh: those who;
vote if tbeir names appear on mpre^than one
Register.   ' .w..-.ww yyyyr yAiy   ���
By command;;   -^
;:; JOHN ASH.
���  Provincial Secretary^ Officeyi/:  AzlxXXy.
April 17,1874. >   Afy A^.yvy'yAy:
Company: or otherwise for granting Uouny imlividoa]
or inUivulualg any. exclusive or peculiar, rights or pri7.
ileges-wl'iatcvdr. or for, doing any matter or'thlc*
wbich in its operation would alTcct tho^Tighterproi'
erty of otber parties, or relate aoniiy particular class
of the community vor for-making any ampn-imentofa
like nature to any former Act; sbail rcquiro- a Nbticr
clearly and distinctly specifying the. nature an4 objed
of tbo application, to be published aa follows, \%]
A Notice-inserted iii tlio British .Columbia Gnzctk
and In onov newspaper' publlsbed Aa tbe district af.
fecteri, or if there bo, no newspaper publisbea;.th(Ti%
then in a newspaper in'tbetttttt laearest district in
which a newspapcr.lspublishod>;r: k (V* -;
f��. X Such notice plinll, be, con Unued in each case for
a period of at' least six jyeeks.Vdurlug: tbo Interval of
time between the-close of ���' thenoxtpreccOing Session
and tbo considoration of;the pot|rfoa.'.iA
I.< Before any PotUion ^>rayiiig- for .leay�� to brl^
in a PrivateBillTor.^ft>^rfu%.jpf:;a'^on BriO^t? u
prcseiitod to 'I the House; the poreorfbr :pcrd6us intc-nd-
ing to petition for such Bill shall; upotvgiving Uio no.
Lice prescribed in tlic;prccoding.Bul(��y iilso at tbe sarao
time, and/in the s^m^mahher, glye/noticcof the rata
w! ilcb they intend to risk j /the extent; 01 theprivilfg^
Urn bciEbt of the arcliesiithei^nti^ryal' ljetwcen Mm
flbutmenta or piers for. the passageof^nifts or yessda,
and mentjoning-alsorvylieth*:rihoyiIntend:��� to erecta
*1 wwbriilgo .or'noty and therdlmensiOns of the same.-
Extract from Rules^rela^ive toVPrivate Bills,
\��-���.'.���-'-r ��� ��� ��� >y���,v' ' ��� .'':...-.':���::/XA-: '-��������� J. KyWl*A~O tiV* 11,��� .
���',..-������:...--.-:' :rjierkortheLcgislaiivc-A&Semblf.
<<
. Jn the matter; of< the /Estate, and Effects of
w ED WARD H, KIMBALL, deceased.
-1 XIi-iPBHSONS;WHO-ARE INDEBTED
.. V: .to "tbbabpv.e, Estate are required to pay tbo.
rrionnts-due forthwith} and all persons who have"
s.uy claims against the said* Estate arb required to
t"iid: in ��� tTcir accotwts;>duIy proved, on. or beforo
ilicist-aayorjuly' ifinfid'A ....
- yZyv-te&w /:������-*:.: .. ,.CEAS. E. POOLEY;.. ���
.-   ��� -v, ^.-,..      -_    /., - : > ofljflaj Adminlstra tor.
I};ito4.Yi^oria,'letAprn, ISTiL ' . ,    X-   j
AT   LAST CHANCE,
Where as usual almost everything can be bought at
.......    moderate prices.
t^. All kinds of Brass Work dono as usual.
my3 THOS. FLETCHER.
HAS ON -HAND
A WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
ts Any person whose, namels on the Regis
ter of Voters of two or rjiore;Electoral Dis
" trie ts, who, three months after the passing
" of this Act, shall perinit bis name to remain
" on more than one Register,.shall' have no
"right to vote at any election of a Member to
"serve in the Legislative Assembly ; and-il
���'Buch person, aftpr the expiratioo of such
" tlree months, shall vote while bis name re*
'* mains on the K^gister of more than one
" Electoral District, he shall be liable to a
������ penalty of fifty dollars, tp he recovered inn
������ summary way before any Justice of the
" Peace, and in default of payment thereof,
" shall be imprisoned for any term not ex
** ceeding one month. .-.-
" 18. No person whose name,is on the
'��� Register of Voters for an Electoral DistncJ
u shall send in his claim to vote in any other
<��� Electoral District, until hp shall have caused
*' his name to be renaoved from such Regis
"ter; and if any person shall act cbnlraiy to
" the provisions of this section, be'shall for-
" feit and pay a sum of nioney not exceeding
" fifty dollars, to be recovered before any
" Justice of the Peace, or i n d ef au It of pay r
'��� ment thereof' shall be imprisoned Tor any
"term, apt exceeding one month.",
AAA- ' ���'���' '���'     my9
V    ���     yy^sp.    ^^^ctj^SBCKKTARY-aOFriGH,;
'AP- y yX'.XXAiymAyAng^'ftslimdwAA.
nm Nl*^IS-iDi^mABLE^/IN^OT!5W OF
<m. Vfrnroingia BolioniQi forVAsslsted ImmlgratloD to
^th6 Province of .British,.Columbia^; ;that the Govcrc
ment" sliouldb'e possessed of tlib-Tull^st datii on which
���t6-ba'so'calcufatioiiis:ns"rtb' the liuhiberof/pereoiis rosj.
ilcht inHbb'Provinee who might bq desirous, of ravai{-
ing;'themselvcs,-in>be 'iuterest :of/friends, rdatIw*,
fee/, of any arpihgements that mnybc Ijorcaftcr ma*
by the Government of the Province In this behalf; all,
persoiis'settled' tnv ttio Pp)V.inceywlio. may dot-ire it.
'biing'.Oui-.rclatives or. irierids, and-all��:employers who
"may wisb to bring3o.ut, laborer?, or, seryants,;..are *
qnested to,sond.tbd fullest particulars^to. tbo Trovlu-
efalSecretary,:;.  w *7;���':       'I-'"X'Xl-   ��� ;��������� ..;A ^
���'*:'Tli^O'dcsirotis of bringingVont' rriends or reliUKW
jo st?4to numbrt-s, ajjCj and sex of possible immignuili,
and,th e samouB t thai i they a ro pri'p-arcd . to ad vauca,
Toward' tbo desired object  "I   ..'���... A I . . ���
With regard to;thoso desirous of hrintflng out um
��;rs^?servantp,?/-a; guaranteo'would ^orcquirpdi*'?
tlie repayment to the Ooverairient at suited period?,
���if.the sums advaneed; for passage; and npplIcaau
:n fej t .st^te1-tbat t bey a re propared to gi vo tlie same.
'r. Tfc wil 1 / bo fully. ��� Qtiilerstood that; by the prea��M
iiotic e tli e��� Govern me u t.: do., nnt;. b tail ���;,. th omsel ves to
carry "out/ any -'id-ii vidua! application or any gonenl
plan of.-Assistftd ImmigrJition at present, but merely
to bb tain requ islto prelimlnary information.
*��� Ww*A:X... By. command*;-! ��� #, At  V.. X y.w
 :.,'    ��� 1 ' '"        ".   '.'JOHNASH,   .-���
aela       V   V;���    s     ' Provincial Becretary.
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SPRING CIRCUIT.
C,
COME ALONG WITH. YOUR CASH
NEAE FORT ALEXANDRIA.
THE UNDERSIGNED 'WILL OPEN A
A Way side House,' near Fort. Alexander, at' the
placo formerly known as Paquetto's, ou 1st Noyomber
next.   ' .   . ������. r   ." ���.���'"������'"; A..:- ������ ���
GOOD   STABLING,; ".":.
Hayand-Oala, (in"d4c^0imnodati6�� for 'Tra veil era.*
*#&���������     a   ..;,,���; .   A*#tmmm>
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ,P
���" Excellency the Governor-General in
Council has been pleased, by and with the
advice of his Privy Council, to disallow ths
Act passed on tlio 21st day of February, 1874,
htituled as follows, viz.���:.
'���. = " A a Act to aiitborise one Justice of the
Peace to doa.ny act/matter,or thing hereto*
for<i to be done by two Justices ofthe Peace
and to give an appeal to Courts bl General
or Quarter Sessions.,J
Dated 18th; April, 1874. i
By command.
-, . 'iy'';   .-JOHN ASH,,.
mySO v      .Provincial Secretary^
A.-SS-
W&
POUBT.. OF;.GENERAL ASSIZE ANIJ
.    Gaol Delivery, aiid of Nisi Prius; will be held a
each of tbe^ntferacntioncd'pliicos as follows, and au
wUnossos a re hereby f hoti fled to :nt Lend thereat��l
A ^'NanaimO, Thursday, 30th April.. ��� -Hi V
���      New/Westmina icrj Tlinrs day, ;3lay 14.
���"'..- Yah?, Tuesday,' ^fay 19/ ' ���"
.     LyMon, Friday,.May,?2.;V   -
.:......-.Katnlfinps, Thursday* May 28;
: , Clinton, Tuesday, Ju no 2.
���*",    "Qnesneimoiitb', Saturd ay, Juno $,A.   '"'''        l
;��� t Kielifleldfr Wednesday, Jun6 17. * *'\ :. .     '
DThe Fail Assizt'S, arid any other Assizes as .occaelM
may reguirc, wjUheroafter bo .tlxed..>        ��� >.
; Da tod .1 Oth day of Apri 1,18741
��� -v ������ :By conUaandi ������
��� sr JOHNAFII,
myfi -, Provincial aocretaryi
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BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" that a List of all: P��*
il"  sons liable to pay Road Tax for1874 within tnj-
Kloh field: Pull lD^DIVtsion'of Cariboo" can'bo seen st
tho Coast.HoueOiKichfifild.   .        -     ������;���������-.. XX!
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