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 IM  ml  SfflK-  m&::  Vol. 4.  Barkerville, Williams Creeks B;^ 1867.  TELEGRAPHIC.  ������w  (From the'British Columbian.')  are oa trial.     .        v  London, May. 16th,���������Madrid advices say  there are frequent -political arrests there aud  in the provinces.  ...  Berlin, May 16th.���������The North-German Gazette officially says the treaty conference- of a  month's time for vacation of Luxembourg,/ is  -considered too- short, and further time will be  required bY Prussia.  Lbndon,May 17tb.���������Despatches from Athens  etate that "two sanguinary battles bave taken  place on the island of Caridia, in both of  which the Turkish commander, Omar Pacha,  was badly beaten, with Joss ia both.contests,;  of three thousand men.  The powers of Europe have again united in  ������ petition to the Porte to cede Crete to Greece.  Lisbon, May 17th.���������The mail steamer from  J$io Jarieiro'arrived"to-day."'-South American  news important President 'Lopez, of Paraguay, has accepted the'mediation proposed  by the United States government. Minister  Washbunie would send an answer to Washington. The/allies,, on the other hand, had  not accepted the American offer, and it is  4oubtral whether they would. No further  fighting had occurred between the contending  armies. The revolt in. the district of Genesea,  Argentine republic, has assumed still more  -alarming proportions.  New York, May 16th.���������Chief Justice Day,  -of Canada, was'liere yesterday, in the interest  ���������of the/Hudson Bay Company's claim of several hundred thousand dollars/for its forts and  "trading posts taken with Washington territory  -in 1846. The,board of arbitration cannot  agree, and Judge Curtis, the umpire/will probably solve the, ease. . ''-. ���������'/'-.  May 16.���������Jeff. Davis and wife are stopping  at the NewjY:Orlt hotel j a squad of police-  .^en attended them from the wharf.   There  ww no excitement;5 it is stated they will leave  ���������Tfor;Moair'eftr't6-day.' f/y *>'���������>-:':?xx -.,.- /��������� -;���������-..  //May 16th.���������The Herald's special says Eng-  ���������land will seize Cuba in the event of trouble  with Spain. w . ��������� <y  The Fenian organization in Ireland is in  Effective working order.  Mobile, May 15th.���������Four men were killed,  '������nd fifteen to twenty wounded, in the Mobile  -riots ; shots were fired from house tops and  windows. The negroes were attacked simultaneously, four Mocks off. The affair is undergoing a rigid examination.  Richmond, May 15th.���������The Richmond papers say the release of Jeff. Davis has done  more to promote good will between the North  -and South, than anything since the war.  Nearlv all warmly commend Greeley.  Swmomish, May 18th.���������Mr. Clark has just  returned from Mount Baker district, Whatcom  ���������county,-with aome specimens of silver worth  from $3 60 to $7 per ton. He thinks he is in  a silver range ; he has come down for more  supplies, and intends going back as soon as  he can procure them j he finds,gold, .but in  too small quantities to pay. He thinks, however, there can be found paying diggings.  Washington, May 16th.���������Advices from Fort  Buford, February 28th, state all were well on  the first January. The Indians'appeared, but  * single discharge of a twelve pounder drove  them off, and they have not appeared since,  although encamped within a few miles.  New York, May 17th.���������Jeff. Davis still regains secluded in the New York hotel, and  ���������probably will not leave until Monday.  Chicago, May 17th.:���������Kirk and Co.'s soap  ���������factory was destroyed by fire this p. m.; loss  $100,000, mostly covered by insurance.  ^New York, May 17th.���������The steamer Virginia, from Vera Cruz, reports Sisala and Mira-  mon in posseisioR of the Liberals. There  will be no attempt to take Vera Crua by  ���������fitorm.   Provisions plenty and cheap.  % Montreal, May 16th���������Letters from the Registrar General of British Columbia, state that  the Council unanimously favor the admission  upon reasonable terms, into the dominion of  Canada, and that the Governor General, in  proroguing the Council, stated that he would  communicate their wish to become part of  the Confederacy, he stated the debt of British  Columbia to be $960,000* The estimated revenue of the year is $700,000, but the aetual  revenue of the year will be in excess at least  $500,000.  San Juan Island, May 18th.���������The steamers  Eliza Anderson and Diana disembarked on  the 17th inst, a strong force of United States  soldiers, to be attached to the present number  of troops stationed here. The object of the  ts aiikaoirrj.  Exteaordinart Discovert of Tbeasubx  trove.-���������An^extTaordinary discovery of treasure-trove has been made on the sea beach,  midway/betwixt West Hartlepool and Seaton  Carew. The surface sand was washed/from  the beach by the late storm, and for upwards  of a mile, along'the shore layers of peat were  exposed.; On the 10th, s6me men, observing  the curious appearance of the peat, /turned  some of it over with a stick and found severer coins embedded in it. They were black,  but on rubbing them, found that they were  Spanish dollars about the size of a crown.  They renewed their search and found a large  number, but the tide wa3 approaching and  they bad to desist, A report of .this find was  soon spread about, and when.the tide receded  hundreds of people were on the sand in Search  of the treasure; ��������� During the whole of the night  the people were . working with lamps, and  some of them picked up as many as 90 of  these coins. Altogether some hundreds. of  jji.e.s:e_Qpins.^^ Besides ;the  coins, which are "dated IromALTW'A to" "ISOifJ.  some gold coins have been. fouiid, a gold  crucifix, and gold rings.' Next morning, some  thousands of people were assembled on the  beach as though a gold mine had been discovered,, and men, women, and children were"  engaged in searching A for the treasure, j In  1829 a vessel called the Dick, of London,  came ashore at this place, and amongst ;her  wreck was then found about ������300: worth,of  these dollars. The vessel had, formely been  a Spanish slaver, and was taken by; the English as a prize,and/the.coinQ had evidently  been secreted in her timbers.  New CoiJARb.LLNTSR.���������We observe that an  addition is abbut to be made to the well-  known .Cunard fleet. A magnificent screw  steam liner has-just been completed . by  Messrs. J. and G. Thompson,/shipbuilders^  Go van, exceeding even the China in her dimensions ���������; =but, unlike other vessels ofthe  Cunard line, she has no steerage accommodation, being intendedsolely, for.tot^lass.passenger trade, between England and America.  The vessel is built in eight compartments,  measures 380 feet/ in length over all, by 43  feet breadth of beam, with a depth of hold of  29 feet, and a tonnage of 3,300. The engines,  manufactured by Messrs. Thompson, are of  650 horse power nominal, but, of. ��������� course,  work up in practice to a much larger amount  In diameter, the cylinders are 86 inches, and  the stroke is 3 feet. 9 inches in length. The  condensers are on the surface plan now in  general favor, and throughout the machinery,  and all appliances connected, display the application of every modern improvement  Steam is to be supplied by four large boilers  fitted with brass tubes, and heated by twenty-  eight furnaces. In order to secure the efficiency of these vessels for tho transport service, in the: event of the executive requiring  to impress, them for the conveyance of troops,  the government inspector has been continually watching it during its progress, especially  towards its completion. It is intended that  this vessel shall be launched on the 19th April,  when it is expected the vessel will be named  " Russia," by the Hon. Mrs. Campbell, of  Blythswood.���������English Paper.  - Longevity; of Man.���������A writer in the Atlantic Monthly proves by statistics that a man's  longevity is in exact proportion to his educational attainments, provided his health has  not been injured by over mental exertion. It  seems that increasing intelligence and decreasing war have prolonged the average length  of life in Europe from 25 years in the seventeenth century, to 35 in the eighteenth century and 45 in the nineteenth. The best educated communities are the longest lived, and  the best educated soldiers live amazingly  longer than the more ignorant and seem to  wear a charmed life, not so much against bullet and bayonet as against the effects of disease, privation, and even severe wounds on  their constitutions and lives.  The Famine in India.���������According to the  Englishman, the famine in Orissa is likely to  extend over another year, and therefore measures of. relief will have to be continued  in operation for a long time to come. The  local Government of Bengal does not seem  to have profited as much as it should have  done by the disastrous experience of its former administrative blunders. On the contrary,  although the population are both starving and  penny less, and as our contemporary remarks,  have sold the very roof tree over their heads,  to procure a little money, the Bengal authorities want to sell the rice���������in fact, to play the  huckster with the victims of famine.  ;^ew;^tortisements,  A.^McBhersoii,  AND ���������  Xa Ij E Hy ,  ATE.  HO D GEN S>. O L D , S TAN P:  Barkerville, 1st May, 1867. '; I-s.  F. V. LEE,  Auctioaeer, Collector,  ��������� AND ���������  li      MINING    AGENT.  Goods sold on Commission.   GrriCK,   Richfield.���������  SAti&moM. Barkerville."" ":~ ' ��������������������������� "' ���������- - 5������s   NEW  TIN SHOP."  TEE JJNBE^SI^NJE^.MKe;f^mti^������������'1ftd^n/ tb^.aXQVA  business next door to. MundorCTs stables, Barfcer  ville; and solicit a share of.public patronage.  CAST   IRON   STOVES  Always oh, baraL /���������/.  "New Work: and Jobbing  Done at reasonable^rates..../  JSSjrOur Teams run-regularly  between Vale, and  Cariboo and all orders in our line of business carefully  attended to.'. .    - ���������;-:���������"..   .-.'//:  A-.IA: E.PEARSON ;&BROS..  ?  BAHNARD'SSTAGES WILL .LEAVETALE, EVERY.  .    [ MOfilDAV AND FRIDAY* '  Witii/H. M. Mails, Express and Tassengers, for  Lytton,; Clinton," Soda Creek, Quesneile; and Batfcer-  vill^j with branches to Savana'a Ferry and Lillooet.s'  Barnard's Express carries Letters, Treasure, .Va."  luabjes, and Express Freight' to. Big .Bend,/ Cariboo  aucfr&ay.stations...-..-'���������/' '  l-../;��������������������������� {AllI'-A . '/XI .xxpr>*..,y  FARE TO SO0A CRISEE,:   .:-,    -/  FARE TO BARKERVILLE,"-  {Exclusive of Steamer's fare.}  $85  1-s  EXPRESS!  BRITISH COLUMBIA  AND   VICTORIA   EXPRESS,  Connecting at Victoria with WELLS,  FARGO & CO ^  for California. Oregon, the Atlantic States  and Europe.  AND AT TALE AND LILLOOET WITH BARNARD'S  CARIBOO EXPRESS,  For Big Bend, Cariboo and the Northern Mines,  Conveying Treasure, Valuables, Letters, Packages and  Parcels. . 1-s  Cariboo Literary Institute  ". J. S. ��������� THOMPSON, President;  ...     ". JAMK8 ANDERSON, Viob-jPrksidext.  JOHN MacLARKN, )  DR. W. B. WILKINSON, V-PraECToas.  JOHN ADAIR, J  JOHN BOWRON,   -   ���������  Seorbtarv & Librarian.  THIS INSTITUTION at present contains shout 500  volumes of Choice Literature,consjstiugof Religious,  Scientific, Historical, and Poetical works, and works of  Fiction.-- ;    -"Vc :  Worcester's Large Pictorial Dictionary, Tire's Diction  ary of the Arts, Manufactures and Mines, Lippencott's  Pronouncing Gazetteer of the World, and Homan}s Cyclopedia of Commerce will always be kept in tho room  for reference.        .._..-���������������������������  The Reading Room will he found supplied with the  ktest English, Scottish? Canadian, American, and Colonial Papers and Magizmes.  Terms of Scbscription���������$5 perquarter, or $2 per.  month. Single volumes Loaned to non-subscribers at  50 cts, per volume, with $1 deposit.  Persons not subscribers visiting the, Reading Room  and making use ofthe Books and Papers will be charged 25 cts. for each visit. ''  j������������������ The Room will be open from 10 a.m. till 10 p. m  JOHN BOWRON,  1 / Secretrary and Librarian,  THE "CARIBOO SENTINEL"  Cards, BiU Heads, Circulars, Posters and  Programmes for Balls and Theatrical  ���������        ;    Entertainments,  Blxecutsd with Neatness aud Dispatch at this Office.  ��������� 8&rV*XBia .Ho*ierat������. ~&k'  //���������/ NEW7 ADVERTISEMENTS;  "^e Cariboo  S^i^  '\^E'Mr^:KEB:.LytTAPEB      /  POBUSHED ^"ByiiRYA^ ifONDAY   lili>   THUB3DAT.  ALL&&;i& GO:, PROPWETOB3.  OFFros-^BARKERVILI^,'.,WnxiiM8 Crekkj Viauioo.  X ,.. SubscripUon, $1 per Week,  (including coat of deliye'ry,) ��������� Payable" to the Carrier.  .     >   WA^-UP-4AkE    ;  Res t a lira lit, B a k er yv  -BARKERVILLE,   '     py-ypA  PATERSON & GOODSON, PRorRrBTOM.  ���������^::^H^^?#:.^S-"RB^^^^^ .C^^I2-  m. bouse for the: season, the proprietors, wish to inform their friends and the public generally, that they  will spare ho pains in/order to merit the patronage; of  all. who give them 4/ call/-/ .'./���������"        '' ���������:J '���������':'. \ dffi..-/'/':  Aii if- x  . Ap -l&a&f ai-.aU hours. "';: ':'"'/. IpA  -f AftARKERVILLB.'. /   y.y /./��������� Ay ��������� ���������  R. PENFQLD BEGS TO/ANNOUNCE TO;HIS  iU. friends-that'his new BILLIARD SALOON is now  open, where every attention/will be paid to the com-  fort of bisyjsltorsi-/.; y/[ Afif -' ��������������������������������������������� >'.���������/; /./:.��������� Ap. y  THE BESTillQUQ^  That can be/obtained in  found at the BAR.  the market will always b t  PABIN^CPSS .-iHD CAP E00M.,  With private entrance, are attached^ the Saloon.  Baikeryiilej 1st /May, 1867.'. ���������    .   ������ /    / A AAA/ * *  T  !  , ^earey  .-    BARKKRVILLK,;.  Have just received a choice selectlon of i  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  TIN  PLATE  AND   SHEET  lUO^,  with various other articles in tbeir line of trade,  #g~ All Jobbing In the Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and  Zinc trade attended to, and warranted to give satisfaction. X  T.N; HIBBEN & CO.  WILL    FOBWARD    PBOMPTLT,    AT    MODERATE    TBBHB,  English,   American,  French,  German,  And other Newspapers and Periodicals.  SUBSCRIPTIONS,  ADDING POSTAGE, PAYABLE IN ADVASCH  16tbMay, 1867. X 4-3m,  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.  T HE     STE A MER ~  E N T E RPR IS E  TV1LL RUN AS FOLLOWS :  LEAVES   QUESNELMOUTH  -'.. " A':-':..- '.-������������������;���������������������������'������������������ /^'ON ~-', //;'-��������� ��������� ";��������� /.'' /. i./A'A.  THursdays and Sundays,  AT SIX O'CLOCK/A. M.,  LEAVES   S PDA  CREEK  .- \ '      ;;   ���������ON"���������-    -���������  Tuesdays and Fridays,  AT FOUE O'CLOCK, A. M.  Quesnelmouth, May 2nd, 1867.   '. 1  QUESNELMOUTH,  BROWN & GILLIS> Proprietors.  Good Beds; Restaurant; Billiard Table, &e  Stabling for Horses, Hay and Oats.       s  COLONIAL RESTAURANT,  QUESNELMOUTH,  P. L. JOHNSON, Proprietor,  Meala at all hours, and Cookiag of ihabsai  deacription. a  so^  ur jt*'!W/MIMVP*W U&UB CBB  THE ���������A:RIBQO SENTINEL  Agents forShe "Cariobo Sentinel.  *"^m,m    ��������� ���������'       - * - :~ ���������  .Grouse Creek,.. .?.'-. > A. ;..-.. - -. ���������     .*"....���������.   A. McWha  "Quesnelmouth," . Mr. Goudle, Barnard's Express Office  Yale,    ':���������'���������:     ���������      Mr: Evans, .   do       A.i'A -do  .,;  .Lillooet,':    *    P. W. Poster,      do do  ...  . New' Westminster,    ���������*. .'. - ��������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������;���������.  - ���������    Oiarkson & Co  "*ii'TZ^'   "*'������������������'���������"���������     ���������"���������'; '      '���������'���������"        f"E. Mallan'dai'uo"  Victoria^-  ���������*.y-ywy-yy--.   ���������   . |A Lyno;      -������������������  Big Bend, -.'..    ���������. X Ai;. Jasf Bullock,' French Creek  Van Winkle,- A  , .._ ������������������> ;~ .-..* .-.   ..> ���������-   -   ������������������'. S. Edwards  . Xi.   ������������������TO-CdRRESPONDENTa,*;,, : ; :     yy  All communications7'must' he-accompanied by: the  real name an A. ad d ress' of Uhe wri ter/- hot' n ecessanly  with a view of publishitig-the-samej1 but as security for  his good .faith.' A.'/:* -' ������������������>'-, .Ay<. v -iA A '������������������,    .,������������������'-'  ���������' -��������� ���������.^���������- -^ .^O/ADyE^SERS,:..     .  The "Cariboo Sentiner.Ms'published every Monday  and.ThursciayV. Advertisements intended for insertion  'must, be* delivered; at'latest at 6 o'clock, p. m., tbo-. day  tfefore publication. .".'-.-.;. ".';  '���������'���������; -JSSf- AU Advertisements'(not inserted for any definite  ''perioJJ.will be'coiuinued until ordered out ana Charged  ior.accordingly.;;  A' pAXlx ���������>; ���������/���������   .'/-..''  .THEvmPENDiNq.^WAR IN EUROPE.  -/:,,. It/would bermere.wilful blindness to shut  ; / .our/eyes to the.fact^hat -war,, and that of a  - y. most serious chai^cterV is gradually approach-  ���������x -yi ng:^'Sort^sp������s n n der&tatid: Pfpnk -Amtex+pwhiGb I  A'f mediation or diplbmatic/ negotiation, /will be  A'; thriist aside as useless/waste of time/ ���������/ In order  5-that^pur. readers''may :more readily imder-  ./ stand tlie; position,' we /mus fc take a; retrbspec-  . tive view of'tlie policy of Frauce since 1815,  '. when 'the- p 6 wer pf th at natio ri J - raised to site h;  IP a .wonderful-pi nnacle. by the brill ian t mi I itary  .: genmsili 6f /the 'firs:t -';.Na:f>oleon,- was . fin'a 1 Iy  y broken, apd the laurels'torn from her brow/  j. 6y, th������; o ecu pa ti on of-Paris.' / ��������� Th e tent) r: j n:  /. fused into;the; various, governments of Europe  ���������-" - by- the: eVtraovdinary -feats, of >;the;;' Frendh  ;v armies, de term i ne d; th e al lies to fo nn a., sor t of  f ^permaheh't coalition Against .any Mature mili-  > ftary* aggression-onthepart of France. Henoe  ��������� the; holy alliance, as.it^was termed, between  fr, Jiussia/ Prussia and- Austria j and the treaties*  I feonferrmg greUt^territorialadvantages on the  /^powers opposed "to/ the-'Buonapartisfc dynasty. J  ���������That these treaties\ werelijobst:.. humiliating to  /France,there -can be ;no:; doubt,, but entirely j  i ������?6st^^ ,*.  ; >and/desJ3otism arid/diving in,; the  ;...ascendant,-disposed pf iSirppe as they thought  yA^i./Ttie' ^da%  / matists since'that j)errods( 1815),'has been- the'  disruption of^the��������� holy^alliance* and tbe abro-  >r ^���������atibn^ of;., thei������d������kcsted;/^ea;ties/ ;- To /have  .. iih own a ny'��������� dl re^ct i htentiojnT of ac complishing  *:those importantTobjects; wbiild haye alarmed  - :;t he/; suscejp tib ill ties- .of'. the A various go verri-  'ineh ts cp nee rife d I'' an d rliigh t have caused a  1 :x renewaliof the ailiahce; :with a tightening of  ��������� the bands that held them' together.   But with  U:������.nJaddress tbat does great credit to France,  ��������� she baa caused the contracting powers them-  ���������:selves't6'vuritie the bonds that held them to  :��������� gether,: ^id5;tQ-:so.^coroplately i mutilate the  .? treaties:. of, .1315, that they arc. no. louger re-  x cognisable/; and France" is: now completely  free from all the trammels by which she was  -'bound, immediately subsequent to the battle  bf Waterloo.   Our readers will naturally seek  emulative of the frog that endeavoured by  inflation to rival the ox in importance, has  been pursuing of late a most suicidal .policy.  By- a number^of; accidental successes.conse-!  quent Jipbn the disorganized state of the Austrian Empire,. Prussia has availed herself of  the enfeebled condition of her old ally and  neighbor, toealarge ber. territories  by the-  absorption of some twenty petty states. These  little rking^ip.ms/; and *j).rinc.i polities, -although  now mciuded.iu the .Ewssian .body politic,  are anything: but assiniUated^ and'should .this  greedy power meet with reverses, these new-  fy acquired additions tplier kingdom; will all  fa! i from her in.her time of greatest need.* TKe'  disgraceful robbery; committed on poor, little  Denmark is a reckoning that will have- to be  settled in a way that niay cost her her national, existaiice.   The cruel advantage taken of  the.gallant little panish.nation by this great  German bully, has turned ��������� the. sympathy of  the whole world against Prussia, and (very  different from. the, position she. held in the  days pf the great Napoleon when she was sub-  sidized three times by England) she/will look  in vain all over the world for ..an ally except  Russia, who will use her to suit the ambitious  projects of the Czar, and then throw her over  when she can no louger aid iri the traditional  policy of Russia.. France aud /Prussia might  at 'this'i mbment/have been ar "war .but for . a  few simple reasons.   The late improvements  in implements of, warfare haye to be adopted  if not exceeded in the French, aruiy arid navy,  tAnd tf3^exilibi.tic;0. at Paris -wbich^ wiitehrich'  France by   many  miliions  of francs, thus  strengthening her materially in the .sinews of  war, willbiake:a short delay absolutely necessary to France. Prussia, on the contrary, seems  to have understood the advantage of precyi-  tating matters, and triedtb bring on-a; crisis  by. b hister.    A coll isio n ho we ver i has been  prevented for the present by the meeting; Of  plenipotentiaries at ^London, meanwhile all  the En ro p e an, po wers are ��������� preparing for the  fray which may break out at any moment.^  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  EXPRESS   NOTICE.  ArFTER  THIS  DATE,  BARNARD'S' EXPRESS IS  AS^es^siblTfoTaa^TeVn LIQUIDS shipped in  Tin or Glass, unless by special contract.  Until further notice,: the ��������� Express will arrive  every- SUNDAY-AFTERNOON,, and close for  every TUESDAY, at. NINE ^clock,^^ ^^  :PipAp-.\  a pyiA.y ;. ,     ;     ,,      -���������   Agent,  ..Barkerville, May29th,.186?.  ��������� 8  here  below  NEW,>I)WRTISEMENT6.  GENERAL MEECHAIOHZET  To be sold before the arrival/of tho":.Paclt  make room for new stock.-���������������������������-���������  .Tralni,^  SES  niAKES: THIS METHOD OP'.INFORMING HIS  1 friends and tho. public generilly, that, nc has enlarged and fitted up His SHAVING SALOON, tn a superior manner, having secured the services of an efltciunt  assistant,- lie ja now prepared t0.oP^������cnJ,nT.Ta  satisfactory, manner in all branches of tho TONSOR1AL  ART  Healso beg* to c������H the attention of the ladies to his  fine selection of Perfumery, which hois constantly in  receipt of, from Langley & Co., Victoria, viz., Pomades,  Powders, Oils, Combs, Brushes, and othcrarhcl.es lor  the Toilet. .' .  * He aleo'calls attention to his unrivalled Hair Restorative, guaranteeing to stop hair from falling out, in  one week, and in reasonablo time restoring Hmr to \ta  former state an^l color. . ���������/���������     :���������:���������  Also Gentlemen's furnishing Goods ; finest assortment of Shirts, Underclothes, Neck Ties, Scarfs, etc.   ������  27th May, 1867 ��������� lra  25,000 lbs. of MERCHANDIZE M  Miners, irfercbante, and Restaurant "Keepers  yly take^k chance. <] /��������� 'Ar 5 ">  NO  HUMBUG! GObD  FRESH BUTTER  @$1.25;per:lb.     "/'���������/" /  A// ,L.; MOUTTET h  Richfield, 1st May, 1867.- ui: ^v-:?'?' 1-s    .-  CO.  J  PARIS   AND   LONDON   HOTEL  AND RESTAURANT,    \  RICHFIELD.  FOIl   SALE.  COMPLETE  SET  OF  EXTRA  STRONG  INDIA  ��������� 'Rubb^EydrattL'C'Hafr^v-^^ther.wJtubJDipcs^nd  Nozzles thereto belonging, for sale cheap.   ������������������* ..   .-n  For particulars, apply to Mr. F.W. LAUMEI&TER,  Richfield..   ..... ' ; .      ���������  26th May, 1867. .   .;.   .-  Tho undersigned have refitted this well known hotui  which is now open for the accomodation of tin  public. .     * v    '  The Bar will bo supplied  with-: the: beBt brands o'  LIQUORS and CIGARS.    . ;;- /    ..      '  ^T Meals and Beds furnished at all noun  VQ. FONTAINE.  v  FJBLIX. POUCHOT, '  .  ..-'������������������..;.'.-    Proprietora.  Richfield, 1st May, 1867. ' - ���������   i  WH 0 L E S A L E      .  iXD  f  If  to learn what part England, who was one of  ";the contracting parties, has:taken in breaking  ';/up of treaty engagements-.p which she took  :so- prominent a part at; the time' when they  '. '.weve^fotmed.   To give even a* brief sketch o f  ���������her course of policy, would extend this; article far beyond the space at our command,  ��������� so that we shall content * ourselves by stating  v that she.was' only. interested Jn. the distribution of territory to the extent of seeing to her  _ cQrtain strategical points in'Europe, such as  ;-^febMlte and Malta;; and* thev confirmation of  J Jier^ title ;tQ/^or1iion^ of her present colonial  y/"|)bsse"ssi6nsl"' Hence/ ��������� Avhen ��������� ��������� Russia, /Prussia.  . New . Mining; Laws.-r-Itis now nearly three  niohthssiiice.the new/Mining- Ordinance was  passed, arid still not one single copy of it  has yet reached this place, - where it is-presumed more especially to apply. '-Special  care has been taken to^-transmit' ta mis acts  relative to the/protection of Indian graves &c  almost irnmeiiiately after^^ their/passageVrbut'  laws affecting so ine of the nidst valnahle^proper ty in the country, are deemed [ by our  "w orthy Legislators to "be' of rsuch 's.toll importance that months elapse before/^e ever,  know their contents.-:   ���������'- ���������>  s-p- p ���������yppi   w.  . 2vew Slaughter yARD.-^We ho tree that  Messi's. P. Gannon &;Co. have erected a large  building on the point of the hill opposite the  Black Jack claim, which' is to be used as  a  slaughterhouse.   It is surroundedby a spacious cattle yard and approached by a well  graded wagon road.     :   "������������������['������������������'"- ;,r :  Cows.-^A number of Co ws and Calyes were  driven in here on Monday last. "We fear they  have arrived just a little too soon for the  grass has scarcely yet, begun to show itself  on the meadows. /   .-/ .   - - : "-  JUST ARRIVING, IN PRIME  ORDER,   AND FOR  sale at reasonable prices:  QR0CE1UES, ETC., ETC. '.  . Sugar cured Hams and Bacon, Eastern Butter. California fresh ditto in Rolls, Dried Poaches, Old Rich  Cheese,;new Lard, Olive Oil, Pickles, Worcester Siucc,  Yeast Powders, Raisins and Currants, Price's Candles,  Hudson Bay Tea, Wilson & Murray's Coflee, in tins,  Coal Oil, Macaroni and Vermicelli,. Oysters, choice  Tobacco, etc., etc.  ..     DRY GOODS, ETC., ETC.  Baltic Shirts,-.Working ditto, Jumper ditto, Duck  Pants, .Moleskin ditto, Cord ditto, Cassimere ditto,  Cassimere Hats; Fur ditto, Woollen Socks, Merino do.,  Suspenders, Turkish Towels, Paper Collars, NccktieSj-  Rubber Boots," ditto Coats, Undershirts and Drawers in  great, variety/also Coats, etc., etc. ���������. /.  Thankful for past favors, we respectfully solicit the  .patronage ofoneand,all..Our.stock.thisseaeoniWill be  much larger, and more varied than anv former year.  A: :���������':.���������:. J. H. TODD & CO.  v Barkerville, May 18, 1867.: . lm-:  .  W- Winnard,  BLACKSMITH,  BARKERVILLE.  August Stampehl,  ER GH ANTS,  BARKERVILLE.   Zx-    .u  E. STEPHENS,  CIVIL ENGINEER AND . SURVEYOR.  HAVING   TAKEN'  '  AN   OFFICE: IN   RICHFIELD,  WiHiatns Creek, is prepared to excciito'Surveyv  Plans, Levels, Sections, &c.,' &c.,- conimitted to jiij  charge, with care,  despatch, and on REASONABLS  TERMS.  3 S&- Office, centre of Richflqld. -ta .  ��������� ��������� Those who want a well fitting and neatly  made boot or shoe, ought to give Mr. Reonie  a call.   His shop is nearly opposite our office.  A meeting of the Fire Company will be  held this evening at Adler & Barry's saloon,  at 8 o'clock./  ^" If you want good Coffee use Fell's.  :   C. STR,OHS������,r  ��������� ' '��������� DEALER^IN ; "������������������:-��������������������������� /yf  GROCERIES, RARDWiRE, CiOTHIS,  ETC., ETC.,.  B A R K B R V I L^L E.  iCarrier and Expressman,  Between Richfield, BarkeryiHennd CamerootoD.  PERSONS HAVING GOODS OR i*ARCELSTO:to  vey to either or these towns,- should give him ������  call.; hois always to,ho found ou bis boat. ���������  Healso keeps, in counociion. with the above bui.-  ness. i\ LIVERY STABLE at Rfchfleld, where horsw  can be hired by the day or week,'and all kinds of i&l  la sold at reasonable prices; ���������;. *. *���������������������������"-:-   4-lm  BARKERVILLE.  A large assortment of Boots and Shoes always on  hand. ... l    -  Boot and Shoemaker,  BARKERVILLE.   -v  BOOTS AND   SHOES  MADE TO   ORDER AT   THE  shortest notice.   Gum Boots;.repaired, and WAR-':  RANTED WATER -TIGHT,/ and all other work connected with bis. business executed "with: NEATNESS  and DISPATCH.     .. .  . .  $&- Opposite Cariboo Sentinel Office. .f������&     10  and; Austria have been . managing the treaties  ypfxiBioiby the acquisition^ of territory, to  ' v-whTch they^had; no title, (eicep t in: the case of I "CT A Q T3" T O TKT   Q A T  AYITKT  ���������ruissiainTelaU^^^^^ " .2*m~ ~*   -^ AN   : ���������   sT* ,V- r 1N"?  A tbe^Crimean war), she has., alvvays;. confined  herself to' remonstrances, seeing that her true  Dissolution of Partnership  /THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between the  X undersigned is this day dissolved, by limitation^  All debts due to the late firm may bo paid to either  party, both being authorized to receipt lor collections  made, and all liabilities will be liquidated by P. NEUFELDER, who will continue the business at the old  stand. '��������� .-���������   ���������  Rich-field, 1st May, 1867.  F. NEUFELDER,  J. J.   BRAMLEY.  1  ���������   t  /.interests lay in; a close alliance with France.  '���������' ..That'tliis;last named alliance will be perman-  ���������e nt and -cl ose, no  o n e can d o iib t ; p rob ab 1 y  ih e 'hi o s t-st r i k i rig p ro of of th is may b e. seen i n  /'���������;.;fho"'haste',with .which she declare^ a shp^rt time  /since/ b er de ter in i n atio h to 're main neu tral ��������� in  " the ��������� e ve u t. of hostili ti es .pn; the. co ntinen t of  -A$iimpef:-'f '/���������',"'; X A  A ".A". Af; ^. i.Ay . ya- ������������������  ������������������'".:': "If Fran ca is -al lo w ed to , d eal  wi th Pr iissi a  .:' f>XPglyj.A-M������. n eu trail ty ��������� will be. 8tri c tly observ-  'eM A bu t if Russ i a s te ps i n - to th e ai d' o f P r assia  r. j&ejfr/E ng.laiid *s ri e u t ra I i ty. w i 11 ceas e, an d one  ; b f ifc& in osfc} te rri blew ars ,'e ver'- wi tn esse d i n  tbe world wiir follow, in which millions of  b u ai an;/ b pi n gs wi 11 be,.,- h u r r led in to   e ter n ity,  \esJllVs's'treasures -will;be.wasted, and nations,  /^Bfehip'.'to the present time have   held*'supremacy; vvill be reduced to third/and fourth  1rk t'i P. o wers,/6r' be absorbed by the conquer-  IdhA Prussla/with/Ker divine right "and' sel-  Mh policj, bae alfenated ber true friends, and  BARKERVILLE,  ILL! A MS   CREEK.  NCE  bed.  THE PROPRIETORS BEG  LEAVE TO  ANKO  .to the public.that they bavo .enlarged^ return  and thoroughly renovdted their capacious and  fashr  ionabie saloon, sparing neither gains nor expense fbr  the comfort of their Patrons.   ,  This is now the largest and most complete Saloon in  British Columbia ; consisfcinff of three large separate  apartments,- viz.: CARD ROOM, BAR ROOM, and  I BILLIARD SALOON, containing three superb. BILLIARD TABLES. . '  ;.Tho best LIQUORS and CIGARS obtainable, are  served here.. This establishment is under tho immediate superintendence ofthe Proprietors. '  /'"���������    '      ADLER & BARRY.  ��������� Juno 6th, 1867. 4m-  rpHE MINERS AND OTHERS INTERESTED IN THE  JL various claims around and below barkerville, beg  to tender their siucere thanks to the Merchants, Saloon  Keepers, and others carrying on business in that town.  for the prompt %nd. generous response that has been  made to their call for aid, to assist them in erecting a  levee, to secure the safety of the bed reck drain from  injury during the,present spring freshet.  Taking into consideration the liberal minner in  which Messrs. Oppenheimer, Stroussf Clark, The Bank  of British Columbia, and others came forward and with  no sparing hand started au undertaking of such vast  FE  SALOON  RICHFIELD,  THE UNDERSIGNED  HOPES HIS OLD  PIONEER  friends will give hirn a turn, as he has experienced  heavy weather lately;*     "     E. F. EDWARDS;       -  June 6th, 18671 F*rm eriy- of Edwards '��������� Ra nch  enabled to testify to the interest they take-in the public weal. We cannot refrain,.iu thus acknowletigitig a  beneat conferred, from individualizing one business  house in our town, which not only contributed the  sum of S500 to the first enterprise, but even now carno  .forward to aid the work at present in hand by contributing towards any deficiency that might occur,in order  to carry out tho work at present on hand. Wc allude to  the Bank of British Columbia, and as it is not our province or inclination to criticise the actions of our  neighbors,,still we cannot refrain from favorably contrasting the generous behaviour of this banking house  with that of its neighbor, whose cynical NO I to all  our requests for support to carry out any enterprise  for the.material benefit of all, cannot but convince us  that our money and not our welfare, is most largely  at the heart of tho Agent. '; ���������        ���������":  'mmti'mmx      *ED*O0K *** ^  A GARB ���������  CERTAIN MALTCTOUS/PERSONS HAVING" CIRC!?-  lated reports to tho effect that some flaw.exisU-i In  my titlo to the property known as -the CARIBOO EXCHANGE, situated in Barkerville, Williams Cr<*M  wish by tliis means to give a most emphatic denial w  any such statements, and to warn the public agaios;  being misled on the subject.;  ���������  1 am at all times prepared to show my title deeds to  any person desiring information in respect to my pro-  perty, which is, beyond tho remotest question, whollf  and entirely my own. ELIZA ORD.   .  I4th May,. 1867. ���������'    -    ' ;,   ��������� .-    4dm^  N O T IC E Z  AS THE UNDERSIGNED INTENDS TO CLOSE B1J |  business on tlie first of June, 1867; .he requests a.i |  persons indebted to him to call and sctllotbctr. bills������ |  .or before that. date, otherwise.ho .wiU put thorn inw |  the bands of a collector. Any one having bills again* |  him are requested to present the same for payment  .: -;,   J.DIXON.  Barkorvillo, Williams Crock, \ ���������'���������-..    -A,-'  ���������  X . 15th May, 186T, .        J     /  *M  ������&  M  1  4-lm  I  I  LECUYER & LEBRUN, P-roprietorb,'  RE READV TO ACCOMMODATE EVERY 0N2^  the above Establishment.  GOOD FARE AND GOOD;BEDSf  Barkerville, 27th May, 1867.  m  7-3  1  New England Bakery  BARKEEVILLE. -        ;���������;  WILL BE OPENED TO-DAY, WHEN PIES, 0AKE3 j  Coll'ee, etc., may he had at all hours.      tT*t/*iJ I  On nnd after tho FIRST JUtfE next, a L$'**������  HOUSE will be opened, in connection with theaf^  establishment, when CHOPS, STEAKS, otc, win  served at the shortest uotico  -    J8������-Bread���������21b. loaf, 60 Cents. **������*;Tl?n  JACOB MIM������B;  1.9th May, 1867. ':   . .'.  m  TIC E  iss  HAVING  ELIZABETH   THURBER.   ������*-*������������-   ,  chased my interest in tho-" Occidental>,������������'���������'  she alone is authorized to collect outstanding.accou   >  and will also liqaidato tho debts herotoforo lOOg"0 ���������  ...   ' .      WALTER R -IiA^US������?i-:.  Witness���������William Phillips'.  IS''  Birkorvllle, May 29ib,l867,  <��������������� *6;\V  llE;CAM^g/SENTim  "~���������'���������   THURSDAY- JUNE 6,1867.' ,:     '  HOTEL  nown boon  l.tlon of ti,  oprtetow.  -.       1  To Stock .Eaissrs.���������W.e, have received a  a communication frojn an old settler, in the  take la- Hache district, oil the, subject we  /touched on in, a former ;fesuc,.respecting the]  improper care takeh^y settlers generally in  allowing stock'tp mix,iudiscriminate'ly during  the.breeding season;,/to which we would direct the attention.of'farmers.   He says : ��������� ;  '-������������������' "In your paper of the 9th May, I was  pleased to find a few remarks relative to * the  complaints, made hy sgttlers about the want  of some law for1 compelling the ^owners of  bullsto. prevent4bem -herding with stock at  improper seasons of the year.' You stop at  this, but should have: mentioned stallions also,  as they dp as, much, if hot more .injury than  Dulls. I would -also call the attention of bur  law makers to sheep, which should not be al-  '"' lowed to range within four miles of the wagon  road, as it is a well known fact that in a short  time they kill the bunch grass, by eating it so  close to the root. .;The feed on the wagon  road should.bo.preserved as much as .possible  to: enable packers and ox teamsters to get  feed for/their animals ; for if they have to  purchase-it, freight v/tfl by much iiigbcrytsml  the.price of provisions will thus ad vauce in  proportion,at .the mines���������a thing that ought  to be avoidedffor what we require is cheap  f po tt for tbe miners.- /  AffAAiAfAA'. 'yypyyAAXXi'iy; ���������������$ old Skttlhr. ."  EYOR   I  '���������   ' fisiil  ICHFJBL  ;e'Surm  tted to h  lSONABL  $man  erootOQ.  3:T0:'������  ive ��������� bim������  hove bud-  ero horses  ads of feed  j    4-lm  mmwr  mm  mm  xmii  mm  , - ��������� Bed Rock Drain.���������A meeting of the foremen of the various companies owning; claims  '   tbe immediate vicinity of the   Bed Rock  Drain,.was convened by. tbe Gold..QomnnV  sioner, at the Court House, Richfield, yesterday afternoon.   His Honor stated his. object  for. calling them together was to devise some  ���������means for building a bulkhead, so.as to-/confine the water of-the creek to its natural channel, aloug tho line pf. tbe Bed Rode  Drain,  and tausse'erire the.safety Of'that, highly important pub lie work/ Some of the companies he understood had refused or neglected  to perform  their" share of tho work, while  'others had dona more than their share ;.'. it  was/ therefore;!necessary ��������� to establish.^some  :general rule for compelling all claims, 'derivV  ing benefit.from the drain, to contribute their  .proportionate share  towards the labor and  ^expense incurred ia securing its safety. Af ter  4oaring������?th������ views of those present oa the  subject, His Honor determined ou issnuig a  general orde r wh ich he wil I pu b I isfa h e reafter,  jbutin the meantime, seeing the pressing necessity for instant action, inconsequence of  -the: steady rise in the creek, he would simply  .-.give-his verbal order to all companies along  the line of tho drain immediately to construct  ^bulkheads opposite their respective claims,  the work to.be carried on under the superin-.  tendence of Mr, Thomas Spelman, who was  -appointed by His Honor for that purpose at  the recommendation of the Drain Oo.  yy:  ���������. *. '/. ,. CANADA.  An outrage of no small/importance occur?  red at Heiiningford on April 5th:' Ten inenj  armed with bowie knives and revolvers, crossed the border there, and abducted/a man  named Kennedy for an alleged murderous  assault in Iowaj years ago. ; In the search  they forced open the house of a citizen named;  Armstrong and robbed' him of $62 ; they paid  a guide $50 to pilot them to Kennedy's house;  Great excitement and uneasiness has been  caused by the affair.  An extensiveAfire occurred oh 25th March  in Sussex street, Ottawa- commencing in the  grocery store of Belcouat & Co. Four large  buildings were-consumed, one of which was a  coal oil store./. Estimated Joss $50,000, in^  sufed/fbr $15,6.064 -.., -    -,) yfif "A Al Ap y -\  It is senii-officiaily announced..., that; Hon.  John. A. McDonald and 6.15. Cartier have  been created Baronets with; the title of K;C.  B. The latter has gone to Rome to visit the,  Pope/ ':'���������-/ "' .- ��������� :  Hon. Messrs. Gait and Largin, the Confed?.  eration Commissioners, have arrived home.  ���������A nugget of gold- worth $900 has' been  found by the DeLery Mining Co. *��������� p   ���������  $30,000 has been paid for the Richardson  gold mine at ?t!adoc.   Goal Oil sells by retail in Montreal at 25 cte.  per'gallon.  The remaining portion of Table Rock at  Niagara has been blown from its dangerous  GOLD COMMISSIONER^ COURT.  tf  (Before H. M-Ball> Es3-)...  ' -,*"' '  Monday, 3rd June, 1867.  ' Australian co. v. Hibemia co.���������This was a  suit for $300, being the amount of damage  claimed from defendants, for / haying /trespassed on plaintiffs''ground. After hearing a  nunil)er of ^vitnesses on;both sides,, the:Court  gave judgment in1, favor of 'defendants, with  costs. Mr. Robertson, for plaintiffs'; Mr.  Park for defendants;  position into the river.below; about two kegs  of po w deF"^re-used-ift--trfee-ex-pleBOfi?-  O/CIRCC- Sgfc^  r, w ic I a.1 ir   ������'Ui������B������S'.'3.,V  exists it  IBO0 EX- j  is Creek, 1 j  jdeniiiw j  ic agaloS |  e deeds U |  .o ray pro-1  mi, wbollf I  RD. . ������  .   4-lai  i  ���������HI  mm  n  WSEFii  ���������quests all 1  ���������ir-billsctt I  thorn inw |  lis' again* |  iymont. p  ON/      I  41m   l  Mm  pip-  an  sfe2������SJifr  r.msk  ip*/  /oN21>' Wam  u  wm  ry;  the-flbov3  . will be  LLEH.  3  (er;  lm*i  currod,  93..-  Salmon Cueing Works.���������We are glad to  deam that Mr. Alex. Fulton, an old Caribooite  has erected,a salmon curing establishment on  the Fraser, near Fort Langley, where he intends to put up the fish in every style ; dried.  salted, and In hermetically sealed cansi for  the colonial and foreign market. -He has already received an order for 250 cans for. shipment to New Zealand, per ship Parisian, now  loading at Burrard Inlet. It is Mr. Fulton's  intention.to send a few samples to this market, where there is no doubt they will find a  ready sale. We wish him success in his undertaking, aud trust that he may receive that  encouragement which his enterprise deserves,  -in thus opening up a new branch of colonial  industry. ,  'Accident.���������An Italian packer, named Anton ia, while out shooting ducks in the neighborhood of Lake la Hache. about a fortnight  ago, accidentally shot himself in the hand. As  he was creeping along on tbe ground, his foot  caught tbe cock of his gun, causing it to explode, the shot passing through his left hand,  ���������and the rim of his hat. He lost a great quantity of blood, and it was feared at first he  would die, but the bleeding after a time was  stopped, and he is now getting on very well,  although still'very weak. This adds another  to the long list of accidents caused by carrying a loaded gun with the cock down ou the  'Cap* '   ;  Firs at Seymour.���������We learn that the^store  of Messrs, Smith &Ladner? at Seymour, was  entirely consumed by fire on the d7th ult.,  together with a large quantity of: goods,  valued at several thousand dollars. Two or  three buildings in, the vicinity were also destroyed.' The fire happened through the burning of a lot of brushwood near town, the  ���������sparks from which being blown,by.a high  north wind, ignited the buiiding before any  one was'aware of it.  A ore at many old Victorians in San Fran-  ���������eiscV-are-'anxious" to return, could they only  find employment.  .' ���������'./':'  Victorta'4 Items from British C6l6nist.���������  A small cabin; near.the Springs,-occupied by  a waterman, was robbed of its don tents ;; two  Chinamen were suspected.-���������Lot 1058, Yates  street, with improvements, was sold by auction for $2Q0 ; and lot 1003, on the. same  street, for $95.���������At a meeting of the St Andrew's Society, Mr. Jas. Lowe was elected  Vice-President,' in room of the late Mr. Cochrane.-^ A rumor is afloat .to the effect that the  Nanaimo Coal Company will close their mine,  iu consequence ofthe receut; troubles with the  colliors.���������The St-i Nicholas hotel; has/been reopened by Mr. J. Fried.���������The steamer Beaver  ran on some, sunken reefs at Race Rocks, but  got off without sustaining any injury.���������The/  Sheriff was about- to ievy by distress for /recovery of unpaid trades licenses.���������Capt. Pike,  one of ;tue Victoria pilots, has been sent to  the Stockton   insane "asylum.���������The Masonic  consecration   and/ installation, at Nanaimo.  took place with; great ceremony, on the 14ttr  alt, Cap tain Frankly n being duly installed as  Grand Master.���������A white man . was fined $20.  .in the police court for brutally assaulting a  squaw.���������It is - reported that the seam in the  Fuca Straits coal mine is widening, and the  coal improving  iu  quality .���������The  Rev. Mr.  Garrett fell from his horse, on the Craigflower  road, and fractured one of his leg3.���������The British ship Cathay, 1123 tons register, was wrecked at Howiand Island, in the Pacific ocean,  and is a total  loss.���������-C.W. Wallace is  agent  for tbe Oriflamme, which will touch at Victoria, on her way to Sitka, on the 5th.���������A new  iron bark, the Merceda, is on the berth at Liverpool, and the ship Byzantium is loading at  London, for Victoria.���������The saw mill at Leech  river has been started.���������The man Taylor,who  was tried at the last assizes for the- murder of  an Indian, has been arrested for selling whiskey to Indians, and has been allowed.seven  days in which to leave tho  country.���������Messrs.  Dickson, Campbell & Co. have deposited the  Decessary security for bonding their spacious  warehouse, in   Store  street���������Down   freight  from New Westminster to Victoria is lowered  to $1 a ton, and the rate of passage to tbe  same figure.���������The cargo of the Princess Royal  is coming out in good order.  New Wkstminster Items prom- the Co-.  LUMBiAtf.���������Captain Spalding, late Gold Commissioner for Cariboo, arrived on 17th.���������The  amateur dramatic club were preparing to give  a closing entertainment for the season.���������Tbe  duties of sub-acconntaut, at the Treasury, Victoria, will be under the superintendence of  the Collector of customs.���������A number of tbe  chiefs of the Indian tribes belonging to Soda  Creek, Williams Lake,; Dbg Creek, Bridge.  River, Pavillion, Savanas' Ferry, and Alkali  Lake, had arrived as delegates at the celebration of the Queen's birthday.���������-The prison return for April shows the number of prisoners  in gaol on the first of the month to be 18 } re*  ceiled during month, 6 ; discharged, 7 ; iu  gaol on 30th, 17.���������The duties on the cargo of  the Princess Royal will amount to between  $30,000 and $40,000,  ���������������������������     ���������:      . Tuesday, 4th Juae,:1867.'  ; Williams Creek Bed fid ck' Flume Co:, per  E./A; Wadham/Secretary, v. P. Synon.-^-Action  Instituted for the ejectment of/defendant from  the ground formerly owned by the California  co; It appears that last fall the whole claim  was sold under an execution from-the Mining  Court, by the Sheriff, to Jack Westin, who, in  May of the ^present year, sold to P. Kirwin,  who in a few days afterwards ;transferred his  right to defendant; all of which tranfers were  duly recorded, but .the annual record:of the  ciahn was neglected, and it was claimed by  plaintiffs that the ground was thereby abandoned, and became their property, according  to the terms of their charter. Judgment for  plaintiffs, for G00 feet of tho -California co.,  witiicosts.   Mr, Robertson for defendant .    .  Wednesday, 5tb June, 1867.  Grouse Creek Bed Rock Flume Co. v. Black  ���������HSsrW-k {kh���������rAfMtpp^lieat2oa-wa8"i&ade by-Mr;  Robertson, on behalf of plaintiffs, for a new  trial in this case, oh the following grounds ,:  1st, That judgraent was contrary to law, in  that the action beingr in' trespass against the'  defendants, as wrong doers, tbe possession,of  plaintiffs as shown, byevidencewas sufficient  toehable plaintiffs to maintain their action  2nd,: Judgment was against the weight of evidence. -3rd, That the witnesses Su ter,' Gillette and Heron swore to the fact of the existing Flume being laid on or nearly on the  ground originally marked out in 186'4,where-  :as. defendants^ witness, Baker, swore merely  to one stake, and the position of sucbetake  as defined by .bim is pot iubonsistent with;tbe  fact ofthe Flume.at or near the ground in  dispute, being in the centre of the ground originally marked out; Further,; that the witness  Bs-iker was influenced in giving his evidence,  by ::animosity to; plaintiffs. That assuming  p laintiffs did stake ��������� out their ground in ��������� 1864,  that;fact, could not disentitle .them to the  ground in,dispute, the said ground being on  the Bed ofthe creek: and the mining ordnance  of 1864, giving the. Co mmissioner"��������� authority  to lewe the bed of the creek 'to flume com-  panieijand no other ground. .  In; support of his. motion, Mr. .Robertson  citeda number of legal authorities, and read  affidavits made by J. Adair, E. C. Gillette and  Daniel Siddelk Defendants put in counter  affidavits by F. Perez, W. Ralph, J, Pinkerton,  J. Knot, Jos. Hunter and John McLaren.  The Commissioner, >in giving his decision,'  took "occasion to remark that the mere fact of  the Flume co. claiming fifty feet of ground on  each side of the flume, did not give them a  legal title to it.   The Mining Act only granted  100 feet in the creek, and provided for the  proper staking and attaching of notices.  The  statement of J. Adair in his affidavit does not  convince me that the lines run in a particular direction, he. only states he believes they  do.    Had Mr.  Gillettej' who surveyed the  ground made a statement on this point, it  would have been more satisfactory.   Oa the  other hand, Mr. Ralph in his affidavit states  that he measured from two points shown him  by Mr. Perez, on the west side, one of which  is C8 feet and the other 75 feet from the centre of the flume.   Plaintiffs have not shown  that Baker's evidence was untrue, and considering that four respectable men testify to  his good .character, I must accept his evidence  as correct.   Application refused.  Mr. Park made application for the release  THE  fcAT^^HORRIB^^FFAIR  PORT   TOWNSEND.  AT  ���������"���������A-correspondentwriting (fo the British Colonist from-Port Townsend, airier date of 20th.  May,- says': *��������� I forwarded youby the schooner  Nor',westet: a few. items-In relation to lhe  shooting affray which occurred here oa the  li5th./;i^ince.t-he'41 have .'gathered jibe following particular's:" ��������� About;'three weeks sinco  the ship Southern.'Chiefs arrived here, from  Acapi'ilco,. Mexico, and her crew claimed  tlieir discharge; The captain objected, and  the sailors employed J. W. Tripp to get thciu  discharged irom the ship, and also to get tb*  wagesthen due, agreeing to give Tripp, one-  half for his services.^ Tripg advised the men  to take the ship jo Teekalet, which they did,  and then left ber. Tripp then prodeeded to  Teekalet and made a settlement withthe captain on behalf of the sailors, receiving, as U  shown by the."captain's statement of accounts,  $195, of which'he seiit to the sailors hero, $75  and also paid a sloop for/carrying them down  $20 more. The'sailors, supppsing they liad a  great deal more due them, accused Tripp bf  keeping more than., his share. .On. Monday,  the 13th; Tripp, came down en the Kow  World, and upon landing was mot by tb^  sailors and' very roughly handled and was  obliged to. retreatloii board, ihei.steamer far  safety, and on her proceeded to Victoria  Tripp returned and again attempted to laad.  He was armed with a double-barrled shotgun  heavily loaded with .buckshot,n and was ac-  was armed with a revolver an'd a" large Der*'  ringer pistol./: Oil their way up to the wharf  several of the sailors had gathered as if in  consultation;- On Tripp and Keyes arriving  nearly opposite them one of tbe sailors stepped out to Tripp, but what was said.no ono  seems to know; Tripp immediately lowered  his gun',;/and ordered them?to stand ��������� back. '  Tripp then stepped back a step : or; two*' and i  fired; kiUitig one of' the sailors immediately,  the; whole charge lodgiug in his breast; A a  soon as the first shot was fired ! the other two  sailbrs closed in on Tripp, and it -was with  sbine difficulty he could fire the second bar ���������  rel; at last be did so, wounding another  sailor, but not disabling him. His brother-in-  law, in the mean time trying to hit the;sam������  man with his revolver, which he at iastsuc-  ceeded in doing, placing the rnu2zle ; to the  man?s head and bib wing out his brains. While  this was going -on; Tripp, the third sailor and  the Sheriff were engaged/;' ��������� while the. Sherin*  was. endeavouring- to separate them, /Tripp  struck the;sailor. t\vo blows with/his gun over ;  the head the last blow/knocking him insensible, .and with 6ubhi force as to break both  barrels of the^gun.: The man now lies in tbe  Marine 'Hospital .and. will 'probably die.  There were' from 50 to 75 persons on ��������� the  wharf at the time, and it is only wonderful  that no outsider should have been killed. Th*  names ofthe deceased were Alexander Clark,  native of Belfast, Ireland, aged 27, and Jame*  Partridge, a native of Tynemouth, England,  aged about 30. The wounded man's name h  Buckley^ Tripp and Keyes were a&evSted on  the spot and upon- examination ^before tho  Magistrate,  were ���������..fully  committed  on  tha  charge of murder.-~\W:  the New World blames  A   passenger by  the ^officials of tha  place for not heing onboard to protect Tripp  when they4cnew it was the intention of tho  sailors to assault him.  EeOBPTION OS THE   GOVERNOR   AT. YALE.���������  The steamer Onward, with his Excellency tbe  Governor and party on "board, arrived at Yale  at 2 o'clock on Thursday 16th. His Excellency was received with firing of guns, flying  of flags and general demonstrations^ The  party started out for Boston Bar at 10 o'clock  the following morning, some in carriages,  some on horseback and others in Mr. Barnard's coach, who was driving ra4u-lia������d.~~  B.Columbian. ���������������������������"������������������;  ofthe four men belonging to the Canadian  Co., who were lately imprisoned for contempt  of Court, on the plea, that the trespass committed by them was not on ground belonging  to tho Grrouse Creek Bed Rock Flume Co.  The Judge said/he could not entertain the  plea, A warrant had beeu issued by him  for their arrest, under ..the decision rendered by Commissioner Spalding, and if he  had committed an error in wrongly imprisoning them, they had their recourse against!him  in an action at law.  Changeable Diamond.���������Some time last  month a diamond; wasl found in Tippecanoe  River, near Monticelio, Indiana. The precious stone was first valued at $250,000, aud  now a scientific investigation has reduced the  figures to $16,000. By this time it is probably discovered to be worth as much as a piece  of common charcoal.. :,    .  The Wka-THEb.���������-For tho last three days we  have had nothing but a succession of showers  of rain, snow and sleet, causing, another ris-  The Ovkhlaxi> Route to Canada.--Our  readerswill.be glad to learn from /Mr, Wad-  idington that this undertaking is progressing  slowly but surely. It has been r hitherto  thwarted *by the total want of confidence  which has existed.in the London market regarding this Colony, and which was such tbat  the best investments, had been refused,; although money is at 2k to 3 per cent. Ifa  Waddingtou's enterprise is in tho hands of  men of standing and mean3, who have considerable influence.with the Government, and  who do not generally commonce spending  money on a scheme unless they intend to carry it through. At tho same tiino the Confederation of the British Provinces of North  America has given a fresh stimulus to the  proposed plan of an overland route. Influential people in Canadaiare once moire taking  it up, and the scheme is being revived of  opeuing a communication from Lake Superior  to the Red River Settlement; which latter  offers to build ihe portion of road between  Fort Garry and the Lake of the Woods, while  thero can be little.-doubt that the Hudson Bay  Company.would put steamers on the Saskatchewan. Mr. Waddington's Company was abou t  to be incorporated, and an agent sent out  armed with full powers to act from the corporate body. -In short the whole matter w in  a most.hoaithy state.--B. Colonist.  In view of the cession of British Columbia  and Vancouver Island to the.United Sutea,  the Colonist says tbat C. Gentile, late of Vi^>  toria, proposes to get up a diorama-of this  olony, for oxhibitiou iii California,.and ut  ing ot the creek, whicb we trust will not, be j -   ^^   Macnamara w itin������raut l^m:  attended with any injury to the Dram;       .   ������-*--ud������*? / --.A  tomMmmMwmgmwiam Ai  A e TRY IT ON AGAIN.7'  When ought occurs to. mar your bliss, i  Or grief your.��������� feelings pain,, .;  Don't get discouraged or give up,  ���������;  : But " try it on again."  ���������   If luck's against you in your trade,  '���������;��������� Misfortune, in .the main; ;   ,/ ;  Is sure to iurn to/some account��������� ;;'//  '. . So. " try it on again." /       ��������� AaA  If in tbe courtship all looks dark,   ;  li/Al   And love seems'on the wane,   yi/f  ' Buckle on your armour tight, t   :���������/  :':;���������.. And " try it on again.5'       '��������� f/f ���������/���������;���������.���������  <      If poverty seems but your own, . -  . ; . And hope be rent in twain/;    : V: ::  '. Seek for labor : if refused,   :// :���������,*}���������}  A   'Why, ". try it onagain."A.-f.y  iy Faint beart ne'erfair/lady.,won/; A-y  Ambition youv must fain ; ./   y < ��������� *  And if on one tact you should fail,:  i:.  Why, " try it on again.7' "/y  Our lives are.very.cheokereaiifere; .'.  With sunshine and; with rain'���������;/ -"./;  But always " keep.stiff upper Hpr?- /   /..;Ai$;v^tryit^^ l.i./A.f:.  a"'/   TRICK ON A COUNTRYMAN.;  'i  .' ....-������������������    ...,.-���������(...    I ...   . -  A few days since a countryman and recently  ^Bjrcrtrsrecr*Wke^^  of/seeing the " cites. .V. , ..While strolling  ���������through the streets, they thought they would  indulge in the luxury/ of a glass of soda. Entering aii apothecary store, they made known  ��������� their, wants.'' / A.. y:,/ .. ..:  ���������'  /.-.'; aAp What Bnd of syrup T'.'.asked. the/man of  !S.;.pli&;. -AA/ 'x/a/a/x 'wxAaAAA-aA ���������/���������//'//..: a a-' .'/:  i-i-ip Wall./1 guess I'll iakesome of the syrup  of squills," the countryman answered;  : 'Af, We do not usetbat. kind,"/the clerk said.  ; ^ I knows you don't; bekase it's costly. I  will have ttie syrup of squills.". x, ' /A  A ;vTbe ^druggist remonstrated, tut all to no  purpose.   His customer^ would have. squills,  -remarking.':"'.-.'.'���������'.'/ /w.A ���������."''���������/. " ���������/_ .. ���������������������������-. -���������;.;..  ixi.������������������"��������� All the other j syrups is made of sugar,  /lemondrops, sacsaparillerj and sich things, to  humbug folks.'-* :o   ;,/"///-���������      i-.A'Aw.,.-.-   ���������/���������/  The heroine being asked how she. would  prefer hers, raised herself to the  supposed  ; ��������� dignity- of a city r Del le,* and replied :.. ���������'.  ;././-���������;" Reckon as how I'll try, mine without any  equills or any sweetening." AiAAxypl/A  /; Her wish was complied:with, for the druggist; was nonplussed at thei independence of  the apparently happy pair. They touched  their, glasses,:'. drank, and sat down, as tbey  , remarked, " to let it settle." ' In passing their  own opinions ��������� oh the/ drinks; they gave any;  thing but a favorable decision. In a few moments our berO; began to experience a new internal/sensation.     ;[j-.  ; "Jerusalem I" he: exclaimed, " what's the  matter/ with my stomach ?" and before an  answer was returned, he was/ four miles off  Cape.Cod���������a clear,case of.haiisea marina.'  " I'm pisened," he moaned. "Only married three days, and got to die. Pump it out  of me, somebody. I'll give a doctor, fifty  cents to save my life." ,.;;-  . The wife fell on her knees.'and attempted  to comfort her husband, but ne was not to be  checked ; and not until the last of the squills  had left him, did he entertain a" hope of re-  mainihgin this world.   Thecouple left the  store, vowing vengeance-against, the man  who told them to call for squills to ��������� sweeten  their soda. ���������' ������������������;    ;���������' .  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  ff  ES  Druggist,  BARKERVILLE.  AS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A CHOICE SE-  Iectionof Drugs and Patent Medicines, includ.  Ing the celebrated Golden Balsam, and Murphy's  Mixtures, for the ���������complete cure of Secondary Syphilis.  Also a great variety of Sarsaparillas, Hair Brushes,  Tooth Brushes, Combs,-Tooth Powders, Sponges, Fancy  Soaps, Lubin's Extracts, Rose Water and other Perfumeries, Garden Seeds, &c., &c.  Just received���������an assortment of Stationery, Pocket  Diaries for 1S67, arid-Billiard Table articles.  A P. S. ���������Prescriptions carefully compounded.    1-s  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.  LONDON ioiJSE,  ��������� GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA.  WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL.-  J. H��������� TURNEk & CO.,  IMPORT������ftS OF  English & French Silks, Shawls, Dresses,ZUn-  .   derclothing, Gloves, and every description or  Drapery Goods.  Receive regular supplies by Express via Panama and  by sailing vessels via Cape Horn.      '   ���������  &������������ Particular attention given to all orders.  London Firm���������J. P. Tunbtali & Co. I-b  ESTABLISHED 1858.  ROADSIDE ApTESSi^^SS^i  WILLIAM i:/N^HA0fZ-  . i^Tj^A<^/iA^Z:'iy  Begs to Inform the public generally that hS W  T\HE UNDERSIGNED- IS NOW PREPARED TO  J. afford cvory accommodation to tho travelling public, and hopes by a Btrict attention to business, to  merit a share of the patronage bestowed on the former  proprietors. This is one of the most comfortable and  commodious Hotels on the road, containing as it does  warm and well furnished bed rooms with good beds.  Tho TABLE is supplied with every delicacy it is- pbs.  sible lo procure in. the upper country. The BAR Is  stocked with the best of Liquors, and the choicest  Cigars. " ...  '-,....������r MEALS,   $150   EACH. ������=������������  : The sta biihg for Horses "is"all that "could be desired,  and the charges are very moderate. Hay for Horses  per. day, $2 ; Oats and Barley at the cheapest market  rates..   -'���������    - - -p    The undersigned has a largo quantity of OAT HAY  gn hand, for sale In large or small.cjuantities., a���������.. j^ /  1-8      ; JOHN. PELLETIER, Proprietor.  Corner of Langley Alley and Yates St.  MESSRS. JAY & BALES  Have opened the above premises with a large  and well assorted Stock  ��������� OF ���������  On his premises ^/u^wwd^/oX; SOdjHoiSeir  Hay and Oai������;fbf Sale-ehekg;  GOOD SAroi^H^l^ldR Effig  TE^S^iK^RjAiB,        r -  ll  bost;on//b^lii  Inter  AND FLOWER SEEDS.  The business of tho late firm of Jay & Co., Fort St.,  and Springfield Nursery, will he carried oh by them  in all its branches. ,  Fruit Trees and Bushes, Evergreen and Deciduous  Shrubs, Bulbs and Flowering plants of every description. ' ���������   lis  FOSTER,   OF   LILLOOET,  CHEMIST.  OUR   COFFEE.  WE   ARE   FORWARDING   A  THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE is, now-open for ti'  vellers. The Table Is supplied as formerly wltb  tbe best tho market affords, and the Cooking cannoi  be excelled.- The Bar is stocked with the finest u,  qvors and Cigars.   GOOD BEDS.;; : r       ������������������:  WILUAM CHARTERS  1-s /���������������������������-   ������������������' sryl.r   jProprtet^,  C. Wi ROlteROTf^  boston bar; a c.;  Wholesale and Retail Merchantin   /  GROCERIES AND PRbVISJONj  LIQUORS, DRYGO0D3,CLOTHINQ,&c.  li'  >"6'st;  HAS FOR SALE, and constantly on hand,  a well assorted Stock of Drugs, all tcie Chemicals  used by Physicians, Photographers, Assaycrs" and  Mechanics. Also the popular Patent Medicines,' and  Druggists' sundries.        : ;  , Rotorts, Crucibles, Muffles,  Cupels, Ingot Moulds,  etc.', etc.-   -       ���������.."���������__"' '     '  '���������.;.  rRSSCRIFTIONS  FA1THFULLT PREPAREO^  ���������'' '''��������� As F. W. FOSTER,  ,- mat-' - - ��������� ��������� y ���������-'..- XirXi ������������������''���������' Chemist  L U E   TENT,  ILE   HOUSE.  . Packed in Tins of from  each.  f  two to twenty-five pounds  1-s  WILSON & MURRAY,  Fort street, Victoria,  THOS. WILSON & CO.  IMPORTERS OjP ENGLISH MERCHADIZE  Wholesale and Retail.  THE TJNDEDSIGNED HAVING PURCHASED THIS  ; desirable property, is now Prepared to accommodate, the travelliug public. The tablets supplied with  the very best ol vianas. The bedrooms and beds are  as comfortable as could be desired, and the BAR contains nothing but tho best -brands of LIQUORS and  CIGARS....-..; -...-.. ��������� .-.-.' ���������' ,.-  A good stock of Grain and Hay always on hand.   .  3rdMay,1867.  ; 3 W.WRIGHT.  YALE   ADVERTISEMENTS.  Masonic Hall Government Street Victoria.    1-s  j. c. beedy7  COMMISSIONS  FORWARDING AGENT,  WILL PAY PARTICULAR   ATTENTION  TO  SE-  lecting, purchasing, or forwarding Goods for the  upper country.  Any commission entrusted to his care, will receive  prompt attention.  References :���������W. A. Meacham, E. A. Wadhams. T.  Harper, J.J. Bramly.  Victoria, April, 1867. \  BETWEEN YALE AND LYTTON, B. C.  TRAVELLERS will find every accommodation atihj,  Hotel.   Excellent Cooking.   GOOD  BEDS.  STABLING FOR HORSES. .   ...  TIMOTHY HAY and OATS at Lowest Bui*  BOOTHROYD  BRO'S,  " l-s '-...,-- Proprietera,  THE ASHCROFT HOUSE  MESSRS. CORNWALL'S.   .  AT THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, half.waybetvea  Spence's Bridge and Clinton, on the Yale Row  Travellers will find Good Accommodation. The bestc?  living, of Liquors, and of Wines Fresh Butter, Mlil  arid Vegetables;   Good Stabling and cheap feod.   U  Storage and Forwarding!  YALE, b. o.  PARTIES SHIPPING GOODS BY THE YALE--LYT-  tojt Roots, are advised that ���������   .  KIMBALL & GLADWIN  Have erected an^extensive Storehouse and Dock at  Yale, and are prepared to Receive, Store, and Forward  Goods. Goods re-packed, and freights engaged at the  Lowest Rates. '  Parties shipping goods through us will please mark  to the care.of ���������  Is KIMBALL & GLADWIN.  A young gentleman, the other day, asked a  young lady what she thought of the married  state ������������������ in general. " Not knowing I cannot  tell," was the reply, " but if you and I were  to put our- heads together, I could soon gi\e  you a definite answer."-.  An inveterate dram-drinker being told that  the cholera with which he wa9 attacked was  incurable, and that he would speedily be removed to a world of pure spirits, replied :  " Well, that's a comfort, at all events, for it's  very difficult to get any genuine in this  ..world.";.'/. '���������"'���������'' "���������'/"'���������"/���������������������������������������������'���������: -..  A baker has invented a new kind of yeast.  It makes bread so light, that a pound of it  weighs only four ounces.  :     VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.      ;  A FBANKEL, Victoria, V.I.,'Dealer in Furs,  iit\.m.. Skins, Hides, Wool, &c. Liberal advances made  on Furs consigned. Reference���������G. Sutro & Co., Reih^  hart Bros. Victoria, V. I.     ,., : 1-s  Front Street, Yale, B. C,  BEGS TO ANNOUNCE to the inhabitants of Cariboo  that he intends to forward (as soon as the state of  the Roads will permit), a largo and well assorted  stock of Cooki.vg Stoves, which he will dispose of at  PEICES TO SOIT THB TlMES.  Yale, 8th April, 1867. 1  HOTEL DEFR.4J^GE,  Government Street, Victoria, V. I.  THE RESTAURAN'T is supplied with all the  delicacies of the season, and the sleeping accomodation is. replete with every comfort. The best of  Wines, Liquor3 and Cigars.  1-s .    J. BIGNE k CO., Proprietors.  A. W. PIPER,  CONFECTIONER,  Government Street, opposite the Theatre.  CANDIES of every description manufactured and  sold, Wholesale and Retail. i_g  Free Port for Ever!  E THE UNDERSIGNED TAKE   pleasure in announcing to our numerous customers and the  public, that wo will supply them with the best French  Leather Boots (duty free) ever offered in B. C.  tf������~At our old Stand, Government St., Victoria, VI  ls CHARITY & BUTLER.  W]  Tlie Bonaparte House,  SEMLEN & PARKE; Proprietors, at tti  Junction of the Cariboo and Big Bend Roads, b  now open for the accommodation of the public. - Bl*.  tance from Clinton, 26 miles; from SavanaaStoambai -t  Landing, 22 miles; from Spence's Bridge, 30 mita  Travellers will find prices and accommodations to nil  the times. Give them a call. Stabling, Hay & Grate;  attentive hostlers. Stages leave hero regularly fe  vale, and Cariboo U  THIS OLD AND WELL KNOWN HOUSE has been rt  ceutly opened by the undersigned, who will mat  it bis constant study by using every endeavour to uk  modatc the traveling public, to deserve a share of lb  patronage bestowed onthe former occupants./1::  4������~ The Bar contains nothing! b������it' t he; very; beat������  LIQUORS and CIGARS.   Give him a call.      ,     . .  1-s EDWARD; TROFATTER  ~in mi^  AGE IS NOTrtlhlG!:  A\i  i*\  "W.  ��������� Vi  T  ���������n  m  Hit  In  ���������as  to  .at  3,J  ���������' WQ  fr(  th;  yb  lai  rthi  th(  ini  mi  un  Biii  en  W  ia-  *ui  ���������be*  ���������Isi  .grt  ���������cut  l/:Ed  41 S  Jlru  ���������������et  HX.C  Thi  '���������H)i*l\  lie  nvhi  und  ���������;/;/M^.iiQ  AAAM^VQ  the  T  m  w  m  P mm  mm  w  FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE!  PARTIES DESIROUS or shipping freight With Dispatch, will find it to their advantage by giving us  a call before engaging elsewhere.  ALWAY & BAILEY.  Yale, April 8th, 1807. 1-s  A.BULER & CO.'S  CHEAP Store.    LADIES' and GENFS CAST OFF  Clothing bought and sold.   Secondhand Watches,  Guns; Pistols, kc , for sale. '  4������" Government street opposite the Theatre.   1-s  DEALER IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Coal Oil,  Goal Oil Lamps; &c., ���������/  ,   AGENT FOR BUNSTER'S ALE J  In Bbls. and half Bbls.  Yale, Aprill8th, 1867.    * .  . ���������   : i.s  17    WATSON, Watchmaker, Jeweler  j. arid Engraver,-Government street, next  to the Sti Nicholas Hotel, Victoria, V.I.  T^" WONG, LEE & CO., Commission Merchants, Im-  Jjleoarmsj andDeaiers in Chinese Goods,: Victoria,  V. I., Yale, Lillooet, Quesnelmouth,   and Williams  .Creek.. '/" / ���������        ��������� ..1-s  ,  fi SUTRO & CO., Importers and Dealers in  \JT. CIGARS,;TOBACCO, Meershaum Pipes, &e., S E-  cornerof Yates and Wharf street,/Victoria s  5IALLANDA1NB, COLLECTOR AND GENERAL  AGBNT, (2<rv0ram������ot Straet, VicioriA, V. I.   %m  BENJAMIN  DOUGLAS, Successor to A. C.  WELLS, Saddle and Harness Maker, Yale, B. C.  4������������A complete assortment of t Stock constantly on  hand.       ���������.-.���������������������������;', i-s '  DAI^Tr^S? WEEKLY ''BRITISH COLONIST  , .^V\?TAK CHtR0N^LE." Orders for mailing either the Daily or Weekly issues of the above to  ?iny If i������/r* !TP tlie UniteU StatP'^ Canada, Austra-  .iVn^??*1^180^6 0r scnt t0 Victoria will he  attended to. Terms m advance. Wrkklv, 12mos.,  with Postage, $7 50; flmos. do., $4 75. Daiix ii  roos do., $23 ; dmos do., $12 50. '  THIS HOTEL IS  LARGE  AND: WELL  FrTTED C?.:  for the comfort of travelers; the Table Is supply  with the best of everything that can/be pwcurd, m  the cooking is not inferior to any on tberoad; Bedrooffii  for families; Stabling, Hay,. Barley and Oats. ;  ,es-The trail to Cedar and Horse-Ply Creeks leaTM  the Wagon Road at.this place.'-  :" x-......>  1-s f:y   vWm/.HENDEBSOK.  122 MILE H^^E;  LAKE LA: HACHE: /  m  A C?^SAMAT,9XJ bess lea^e to state that he  ii..- has removed his stock of Goods consisting of Gbo-  CEBiRS, &c, from Wharf, street to the Brick Building  m^^ctsb1!13^8^ ���������W*������^,������ the lowest  THE UNDERSIGNED begs to inform the miners and  residents in &; around Van Winkle that he will in future keep an assorted and GOOD STOCK on hand, and  hopes by close attention to business, and by< soiling  at LOWER RATES than heretofore, to meet the pa-  tronage. of all. - ..  Orders from outlaying creeks accompanied with the  CAS.H, will be forwarded with promptness and dispatch.  tfST Terms CASH, without distinction,  -   I*-" '������������������"-." ' ���������:*���������. S  ��������� ���������   ������������������  :X'.W,'" LINDHARD.  CLEAL'S'Coffee House and Restaurant,  Government Street, Victoria, V. I.    This is the  w^^gjg^^ ^ ch~of  W1^1/1! ZELNER, dealcrTn^R^YfEDi-  owes and Chemicals, Fancy and Toilet Articles,  Sponges, Brushes, Perfumery, &c.    Physicians' Pre  scnptions carefully compounded and orders answered  with care and dispatch.   Victoria V.I.   WbU"   ^-a  TF. WALTERS, formerly of the 94 Mils HocflVi  - ������ having purchased this Ranch, is now prepay g  to accomodate tlie traveling public with GOOD MEltf g  and BEDS at moderate rates. - f J'3   B  COLONIAL  HOTELii  SODA   CREEK. 1  ��������� . .1 ���������' ��������� ���������  HI  A GREAT REDUCTION has been made In tbo charge I  at this establishment, so as to suit the times*      |  Meals,.$l; Beds, 75 Cents. [  MoLEESE & SBNAY,     g  Proprietor?,   g  May  1st,  1867. u   I  imppw (xov  ���������n Pi  Wmm1 R;  (Ror ii  B- T,  ^ofb  Vala  Vttlu  VTaiui  V'llu.  Valu-  Valm  Y&im  Value  m  m  9i  H  ������  THE  mm  m  m  MSI \GREE,NBAU11' WHOLESALE LIQUOR  S11^?^I^P������rterofFiaeMBERscHAUMPipes, Stems  Mouthpieces, Cigars and Tobacco, Johnson street, Vic!  1-s  J1?&SSi.I%?[EB^LC?JfMlssI0N Merchant,  Royal  Hotel Building, Wharf street Victoria, V, L   ii  164 1EE OE DEEP CBEEI HOUSE, ������|������  TS OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF THjj  X Travelling public; the bedrooms are spaciousitfj  airy and the Beds cannot he surpassed for cleanlinw  and comfort by any in the lower country; the Table������  always supplied with tho best of victuals. Statu���������  for Horses; Hay, Oats and Barley constantly on n������fl-  81  Em������:  BOYD & HEATH, Proprietors,  THIS HOUSE is situated 26 miles from QuesnelmoiitJ-  The proprietors having lately fitted up bedroo^  and good Beds are now prepared to afford every; Wj  modation for Travellers; the Table is furnished w������b *.  the luxuries that can be procured; the Bar is wen������w  plied with the best brandB of Liquors ������nd Segars:|^  Stabling, Hay, Oats And. Barley. .- &SS" 1&* G*$rf7  norns on th* Road.   . ���������  -  l  If  /.  Ax  m a<  'iver  ivhic  He  ���������*trea:  they  Wh  jioaec  comn  south  aon.  been  gatioi  terpri  Bmall  iscen  tance  water  $reaU  'zya  tllttvi  'ease  th������r ���������

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