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 .���������KToi-Mi.i  W$w$i Creek, r������i������ fl^tfrdayf ^cufe  1871.  -,-,  No.6  Published every Saturday by- -k ������������������  RO 1KB T H O L L 0 WA %".  Subscription., -'">  50 Cents per Week.  $������  u  ,y '. r ������������������ ��������� >'.' ������������������'���������''* >���������*,&,Vjft.-'-f ������'��������� >. ���������' "J,  \ * RATES OF ADVERTISING,,  For one square (one inch), first insertion,  * i$*y:;' %.tl/ X'.       -'-v. one month, X~/'*PX&  For two squares, first basertlon,    -  -'������������������'>.   *  .' ��������������� ', ���������; . ."**  ��������� ���������'.������������������ one nv3P^^X^lXXlXX^[^-':f'  Agents for^tbe *��������� Cariboo ������eatoneL!*  ^an Winkle,>. p.:p?  Q'd'esn el mouth,  ���������Soda Creek; r -_.-,..'  Clinton,    :"���������''""-'.'=''���������  ��������� ���������Yftle,^./���������>'-.���������*: ������::-'-:V  New Westminster,  Victoria,'..-..-���������' "-'"'.'  ; ^.;P. Fisher, ;::;  Hudson k Jicnet;  Mr J.^W/forndhart I * ���������  ^ Barria rd's Express  ; .' ��������� X] Barnard? .��������������� Express  - -I;Barnard's 'Express  ;^:';p' v^ao.-.-*M^-doty; j-  i :':������������������ ��������� & *H jToti ri- Murray' '���������* ���������';���������  */ ��������� ��������� ./ john^Gdlens  Cv  >'���������������������? .' San Francisco  THE ^CARIBOO ������B|TINW  JOB  J0ardsv eirciflarsrPoslera arrdProgrammes for;  Ball* and^he^cH\P^t0t^mentA   '���������������������������  ���������?'&.}���������.  ;js&* Ex ee a tedw i tilneafcness^<vii S������isyatcb^^?  .'-'*Terms {moderate; - <'  '��������������� ������& #i  ���������tJi.  K  ;mS.;iH^GNBYJS ;^)A.T.  * Not -lorro; *po. up' ai JFirgirita^a Spanish.  swi������ Wfu, the^mp flier j $fX t^vchi] d ten ,^^HJr6g,  7������Vn South; .'O-stredtj wastsicfe^Sne^had: been  tBick; fordihree w^ks,-andv\y^-in  trouble bcsidea;;' *o tbat;the peer w^man\  fyartilvv tinew^wtneh ������������������ *way to;tilrn;'or ^at to"1  no. Some .of her Spanish; ifrienda, fancyjp^  that.she; acted'strangejy? aft, iimeay ^pnehided  , :that she was ������������������������������������'/ "     '"������������������������������������   -;��������� -J ���������������'��������� 5-. :vf * i^'a-!'.-.:���������>-.  and perhaps she might !finally b������we.J)eeome  so. At all eyents,/a;-little(idrieaVnp 'old^bi-  leno^who was said4o Bje aIsor5t 6t^ro|&et;or  a eonjnrer, because)he waan-tgdod^fot* ' aiiy-  thi ng r else, declared ��������� it <to be his de 1 iberate^  j u d gjh eri t: that -this tin for til n ate female w$������  bewitched, add badly so at that Tlie disease  betn^ now accurately defined, ������the next ^thiiig  -was-th e rem ed yiorii it: :Thei bldifeliSw^af let  ful of it forced npon her, an d then sbefeagerly  deciaied she felt better, bo they did; not oblige  her to go^be Whole pat   There waa ,'/.;���������  ���������r; P.JL MISCHI1SV0U8 T0UNG GIRL  also living in ike neighborhood. She was  sw.eet fifteen, and her name was Jennie.. Bhe]  kne.vr all. about .this cat affair, and thought it  was .wicked to swindle Mrs Jfahoney out of  her cat iii ttiat way; ao she managed to nip  the balance of the stew, and took H to her,  telling the old lady it was stewed rabbit.-1  <������ Atf i" said the old ladyy after she had done  with;it,"but ye?re a fine girl, Jennie, A  Qner bit cl mate or sup av, shtew I bavn't ate  for many a day. Sure I've olaned the dish,  and'sayed the .bones for me "oat"; But her  cat- tteyer seemed'Co eome^ home, .and Mrs Ma-  honey wondered and Gearohed to, no purpose.  A ^OLISlt,'TRIFLING TOCKG CifAP, %  1 iving in* the neigfiobrhodd, who was Jennie's  friend'anoV'cobttdant[i'thought' ��������� this; #as too  good a> jbke to 1 ose, so. he cduldri'������ keep it to  himseii^^all; buj like a sillj^ gbpse that he  was, oneway when be bad too much beer in  him"-Ke went and told Mrs Mahoriey alUabont  it. The qlftlady^was horrified^.but she was a  ^ood Christian womaia, and got resigned as  sooin as she could;; lint it wasf4 too much for  Ijjer, intlrelfj**':' f* The dirty ba^thins V7 says  shle; ^Jl!ii lave thim, the catSatiri?: Graysers;"'  She packed her things and left for California  next -day. Tjie crazy Spanish woman vhas  been^^l^daie^ for since,!and is fully reisqy^  "rEXPMSSIS^  es.  Line  of  mHB COACHES QF THIS ��������� WNB ABK JfOW toakiiifif  :;i^}]v^^  CarryingBamard'sSxpress, ?assdjigersrand.Freight;  muting close connections with Steainor3.aL each end.  "xWd::^: ^BARNARD'S' ^���������^:;^-^i  iaconnccUoa with WELLS, ��������� ME^S:Cb^forward������  FREiaHT^ PACKAGES, ;PAH(^r4.;X^TERS,'LX.^  :, i������ p. y- treasuiie: coixections;1 commissions,  Jlnd:tra'nsac'ts General Express hnsiness with;Tunc-:  ��������� ,vV^'>;;"'. '*-''   ".: t^ulity; aaU dispatch..;:;;i..'  ap!5  :m, j^barnabb.  MISCELLANEOUS,  i^pgg^^.^i^%  ANP  ,CJen^ar^^S(^"  aplStf  iJAMES WJCJCHAJVI-;  fet-X^fe -hs^J" c ^.Barkerville  :.,T'>*  :-i^:"f  l *i.'r,-;l/-|.  per(yw& Jx>itoson^s Stages  TTT^LIi llij^E'' BARKERVOJLfi EVERyJ t7EEK,,  Vfe'CQnnecting;   v*h   the: Btoaraera  at.^Quesnel-  moil th and;������Yale, .^itti >H. U. MAIL, -EXPBESS.-and,  ���������jpassongers',;.  ^ "t -^". *vj;>-'i f ��������� -':   n\ \ > r-  FOR YAtEJ&iIlfeB^^^  ;QERp'W.f&  JOHNSON'S  X: A^sirppLy1 of.thM;vt^'���������'"  &*l  *���������';')|-|;, ^>'.EGRESS.F^JGHlgA^iD:'^  >fA T " :REDUG������D^R AjTJES./T  ?  iarmy Engineer edrfts^whd^has lob^ sfeadied|  the ;art*of; sustaining^ men' in the air, has just  completed an apparatus which, when fitted on  aistrong mani enables him.; to rise from . earth  and ifiy 1 ike a bird.' The apparaiais has been  tried repeatediy .������nt saceessfully: It consists  .of. j^o immense wlugs made of 5singlass, which  lare moved .rapidly; by;. two: rppes secured; to  the heelsvp The man on whom this apparatus  IV fitted runs f before: he has gone* twerity  paces!be fends himself iiifted from1 the earth,  the: upward v inptipn ��������� becomes ;,.cods'tantly  greater, and he rises -Itigher .and higher. ; It  Is 'necessary phe shbiiild not for 1 m ' ipstaut  due consultation with supernatural axithpr|| ce^s|'tfe^o  ������������-x 'X-i.... .1 i Ai n*1*\L-^.^t_ j i--i. ���������J:^"-*4,ii|i|/ftbiSVof Ja^Jman,'Running. .Cenviuced of  ^the Value/of his,^nsentiori,! this officer bet!  witbbrotber officers in-garr ison.^with him at  Alexandria, be wdiild fly over the Bormida, a  sbaiiowbjut broad river, which is jast beyond  the outer fortifications. A few mornings  isinee be:put on,his apparatus, and in presence���������  of all h}s friends attempted to win the wager.  At first *everything: went weji, be arose and  flew through the '-airy 'but the motion soon:  ceased and he fell heavily on,the gravel of  the-uiverfs bed. He broke.aJeg and aii arm:  He is in the hospital and doing well. He  constantly talks *of his apparatus, and is sure  be will be Able to bring it to perfection.   ���������  (X-i'ix:lBtM^  ON AND AfTEE THE-iba .MAY, f HE. ��������� sifiAMiiR  r'x^pf^tj^^ :"���������;���������;���������.''. i^p  Connect!jag'idxt day with"the Steamer ENyjEBPRISj:  ;.;; F i|- ^ at:.Cottonwood Qaiivjon^��������� .,4' '-'|v". '  \,  On the down trip every  -.'--.       -41  ������     1HJESDAY ^JvlORNiNQv    fi  ts-S.V  Jft^?������f  WAflflU   _.._ 'kwmmm.  HiC  TJjpper .Crtnyoh,.,........ .$10  Fare froni ^ucsnel ;tt> * ��������� ? ^' ���������*''        **:  '. ....#������......;:  6  Fare from Soda Creek to Qnesuel ] <6'  QaesneL Maylj}faS71.    ^;,-7^^u>..>-'^' my20*^  *^., '4a? ^ ,*.ii .=���������- %���������*���������/ r&s  itie^. announced that &e;6nly potent i^medy.  in the case was for the. aMicted woman 'to  ��������� drink sdnie ^lobd^extrac^^^  e Siled'cat; and 'alfeVwardl io;eaf ^oniel Sf the  oat also.. The nextjthing was to proeure the  reqdisUebat, whicfi-was1 lipt soeasy a matter;  for altbpugn cats were,plenty enough in^the  *   ���������eighbdrboed^yei they baWbeeiiMMhi&bs|ed  ^by d������ga,.jti^nk-bottl^s, fboot^adts andotlier  missiles, that they were exceedingly -fiby |of  ' the human-race.; ���������: v r^ ��������� n jt f- ������������������ -.^^ ������������������ -^?- pt \  i OLD MnS.,MA50NEr..   /, ? |  was a wl^o.w .woman residing cioee by, wbo^  got her living by taking la* WasbHng; and Mr$  Mahooey had -a cat; r it'was a mce, well-be-  baved (cat; with. bri nd'led, glossy fur, and she  imost always staged, in the bouse: steeping on  ihe old woman'fibedfeKcep.twli^n she laidon  the front porch sunning terse)f.   It was on  one of these latter occasions, when Mrs *Ma-  ^Hdney b^ppened to be out,*bat the unsuspect-*!  ing cat was captured, bagged and taken ihtd;  the bask room, where, notwitbetanding neru  yigorous resistance^ she was foully niurSered.'  Her throat was cut from ear to ear, and from  tier flowing jugular a teacupful of the bright i  warm blood was taken, and   the ' Spanish  woman that was said to be crazy bad to drink   -tosepe otole, ago 36,. who left Mainz in 1S58.~  it.   Then the cat was skinned, and ia due  o   Particnlam respecting-the snld Joseph wolf will  ��������� ���������  ,. '��������� , .;  ..     .    ,.-    >       be thankfuJly received and fonyariled to his parents  process of time served up in the form of a by XHE ������ix"7BND1abtl magistrate,  siasr* Tie oxszy woman bad a good big disk-    m?1*im  h' X.  t'^i-.  jLigh?:nisg'Greek;'  MhwfesjA*HTl TRADERS^wjilflnd It'to their ad  V.'mtage to purchase a;tthisStore, \vhjsre ther^i  >M , ....,.-.   ,  The Tablo will always; bo supplied' wKltWo^esi <  articles tthat^can>Ue^ got IttCa^  the. fi     'p..-  '   :        ^^   ''..',/,:,']  s- ]'   t\L.^\'X/    ������������������������������������  finest;, Wi^  Sknleppotith Last Chance' <3reekv)lt^ *Pk'M. :���������.���������:.  ������??m~i:iMwwm$-^: i ���������;  ".������������������i'fv ���������'"������������������'.'  Importer^andDealerJa/wwX. ���������  /  Of the very )>cst. .descriptioii*>xi :hand, an tl -the Staple  constantly replenished by. now arrivals. .Theproprle*'  '.'       '���������.("''  *'" torswj'llsellGbo'ds ', y\,".p   ''I !s>?'i  '" ... - ������������������ '-    ���������'.    ( "'.'   l    ;"���������',  AS CHEAP'AS ANY IN^GAiBIB06;c  Orderppromptiyftllod,and forwarded with dispatch-  BEEDY & L1NDHAKB,   f  Van Winkle,  v    :];*..    ���������;' Proprietors  rrHE;.^B0^iAimct^:;ci^^BFOBM^    m  I J. -::' and'biit rof i Bond, a t' tlie bptioii of ^.the> .purchaser;  A. general assorjineiit of $ "��������� jf* "-'IUj^- ^^Ipf'pi '< X\ 1. -.;  ��������� ;-f Id u oitm Gff \i^iGgfci*r '���������������������������'';  'teniied'to.-��������� "���������"���������:;. ���������'".'":*:'V.\':''.. 1,.V:W/l"' ���������*'���������'-s' .X"J2 ���������������������������   ' ���������  ;!?n.y;:;;;. ..^ ���������  ',, .'��������� "(pPposi^tlio'B^ '"  ���������t^'A4'*^ l:,'?nyg^ia^ :  . The OminecaiExprcss will connect with Barnard's  Express at <<Juesiiolmoutb and William Creek, where  parcels and let tars will be received. ���������     ;  Viifcoris^ Vancouver Island,  ESSRS. KEAfcHAM &NASOH arc prepared, to  BurnishLmaberat their Mills,������������������William Creek,  or deliver it to order. ������. ,   ,  LUMBER DBLRrERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK AT THE SAME RATES AS ON  WILLIAM CREEK.  Having a Planiug.Machiae in operation they wil  also i'uruisa.' pressed Lambo? at satist'tt.cwry rates,  V i'  \i*Jt!-F  liK/Vrl  BARKERVILLE,  $7$ nit m%  Groceries, Pro^i^n^and  Liquors,  AGENTS FOR  Tlxe Hoyal Insurancis  1T0ABF $TltBBT, VICTOBU, V,l,  ���������,f,;,;  '!���������������������������������������������;  ��������� < fl'rf���������^i.TiTw VTf "GVX','~it LWJ ir.'j"M~v\ .^ijgsateaMa'ii^'WgaBffi^i.vii.Tig-Biujfriacai^^ ^  MT  ' i.r.L-k  -<fc  ���������W������b  ���������St.5*  if  ;li.. ���������  5|f.jf���������  ?il?V\  .'- '.:���������>  ���������If  II  . I !_'*- ���������  )��������� ].-���������.  }|������i.  m  -3 til-1  Mi  ml1';  '���������S'-i.  <--m  w  f  ���������,'t.V  r.i:.-.;..  ilis  ���������1.'^:  ���������i';^  v.  11  V.  !:!t.,!,'  t'v  THE CAEIBOO SENTINEL  SMS  SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1871.  ;   POSTAL REGULATIONS.   .;. .  Among the important "changes which will  ;3>e inaugurated by Confederation, one ef the  ;jnnet important will be /the transfer ��������� of. the  (Tost Office from the Colonial to the Dominion  ������3nvernn������htV'*af������er" which -we' hope -to see  vastly iodreaeed aceommodation in that de-  partmeni  ;' <The expense of cerryieg-ftallfi through the  colony competed with the reten'ue derived  has naturally hitherto afforded a good reason  why the fetes of postege sbonjd be kept eo  liigb and the gereieeeo limited, but this should  be looked open by tbe general government  from a iaora liberal view.. Tbe service now  costs the eolonyUbout $20,000 oyer receipts,  which will be a mere trifle in tee Canadian  .Estimates.    This to, boweter, baaed upon  present colonial rate������, and, of couree, under  thereduced charges of the Dominion the de-,  "ficit Will at first be higher; but- the eiaeri-  finceef evett dtilieed country bee shows  ihat efeeep ,pe9*af# Js ia the, long run most  - benetetiV to the me^ue:   With more frequent H*wfcntci&oiiMo#-emerge* and in-  ������MMn*rtf p^anlatlen the ��������� araonnt of tee/Trea-  t pdnfl*gfl������ would br augmented to a degree  svhtefc it In imp osemla now to correctly eati-,  .met*.  Th* Victoria Standard in an article  '���������oa fSfefetttfeeV ���������**���������*'���������'Meapitulatiaj the eer-  vice* pflwtded fbr ia the articles of .union���������  namely, twke a "weef #Wh frof et Sound and  rtwidi'a *6������lh'Witfc 'gan Jwmetoea���������tesHnrle  liial f^>i& Ke# WeetaViuiter  to  OatTboo  "the** ougW.'.ta'SM eeml-waekly mail for at  1eS# 5%M'm"6ffiSflnlMyaaf, and a weetty  fofftt M#s*fc>6f the live'; eed throughout  th*: ,<i0lo������p������,. Okinagan'. an d  Ko.oteaay  ���������couttfy tnete eufht to be a regular weekly  XtiiXV?^ ;WWi .Jfcnesa".-t*n*rft������-'wa; tberoufhly  ,^o66������f';-''aad' wejwoul'd atiffeat ttat.vllf  Tpebpfe of Qvffooi should Me the earifeet  "opporrailty mfctit a postal agent or euperia-  .lenttit %aa ������������&pointed for British Columbia to briaf tha maltar ftefere ftlwfc ���������ffieet'e  being almost sijailar to those of last year,  when the Assizes were held at Richfield on  July 18th and the Court left on August 1st.  When we had one Supreme Judge for the  Mainland he had time enough to spare to  make it convenient to spend three or four  months every year in Cariboo; but now,  when travelling is more expeditious and the  limits of tbe .'district, have been extended so  far to the north, the Court can only stay here  a fortnight.. Is the pressure. of business in  Vancouver Island so great as to require th^e  constant presence,of two.-judges there for  nearly ten month's'ia the year, to the manifest  inconvenience of the residents of the rest of  the colony, who bave nevertheless to pay  !extra fees for the privilege of being neglected!  Suppose, now. that any dtffenee or litigation  of sufficient mageitu.de to come before the;  Assise Court should olcnr in Oraineca next  month or the rnoutli after, wiat will be the  consequence? Why, unless other arrangements are made, no decision can be given till  the middle of naxt sammer.: ; . \-   .  sg*g* jljl-'l ....' e     '���������. a ' tww1  NEW ADVSRTISMf5NT8.  5JCE=C  *T!rt������������1ftaaothef mafl eervlce, too, ������aloa fe  tit ytetoftH .altofetser. n������fp?ovide��������� for-we  :*tefet to ������eiiaeca, a������eetioa walcnallhoui* *t  f tee������tt ^jte^^eei ia He district of Cariboo,  lift) !tef femevefl ftos the re^einfler ef tbe  ^ietrtet������������te derive no praerilel benefit from  ^hetftetieervtee ae'wperformed. There will  p?a1bat^ ^e a pojauiatlon in titefc re^ioa this  yea^ef tieiwly % tooueanfl person*, of wbom  b large thimbe? ate from the elder portions  of CarRleo, feettoeen "^bora end the residente  of ^a^lieet:tSej have been connected wite  mo lp^ tiete *Hil yem&ia^ tbe aost intimate  And meadly eoanectiohs, aad it Would be  only eimfle-InaSee to ee large a population  thau fttey eeould enjoy fVequent opportunitlee  ���������������f hearittA botl from the outer world and the  interior or the colony. Seme provision for  eerryiaframait thither should have been pro-  tided tms present year, and tt fa to be hoped  ihafc the now administration of the department will tafte is&mediate eteps to remedy  th# evil, there should atao be a mail service  between the ���������tSiferenfc'raining creeks, inCari-  feod,���������a smt^ect which we hope will receive  jproBipt ftttegtieo. There are in the Dominion  about three thousand post ofSees, scarcely a  Jittievillanlp'belng found which cannot boast  of one, tthSjsJn Cariboo, not including Omin-  ������ea.we bftve tmportant localities .wttbodt &a  -cffi^e witW sixty miles.  OF ASSIZE.  The Government Gazette announces* that  ibe Snpreve. Contt will hold Assiss* Courts  M the Mainland on the following days:  '���������At New Westminster, Thursday, June 22 ;  Yale, Thursday, June 29 ; Clinton, Thursday,  July 6 : Hichfield (passing Soda creek 13th  July.) Thursday, July 20. The Court will  return, arriving at Soda creek about Tuesday, August $; Clinton, about Tuesday, Aug.  15 ; Lillooet, Thursday. Aug. 17.'.(ABsfee will  be held on 18th); Lytton, about Tuesday,  Aug. 22; Yale, about Saturday, Aug. 26;,  Hew Westminster, about "Wednesday, Aug. 30.  It will be seen from the above announcement that the recommendations of the Grand  Jury and the remonstrances of the press have  been. without avail se far as inducing the  Court to visit Cariboo earlier er remain here  longer than previously, the  errap.g<mieoJi-|  Steam Bngirie for Sale.  A.TWH8TT\-HORSfc  COTTPLRD   HORIZONTAL  Engl&e anil Boiler^ with or without hoisting;  The STACHINfRYFOR jk FLOUR KILL, complete.  For parUeeUrs. aeply.to INWARD WILSON, or tO  A. BUNSTER,  jolOSra. Vietorto.  ST.   JOHH'S   DAT  i!HR    FESTIVAL    OF    ST.   JOHN   TUB  Bap.tie!, Setorilay, 24th June, will be culo  brats i by* Cariboo Lodge, No. 468, P. ft  A. H;, at a p.m.  . The TestallatiOB ������>f tbe OfflncrR for the ensuldg ye*t  will take place al Thfco o'clook p.m.  : All-wjonra'mg'Brethrfta'ii'good .^Undlag ������re ������n������  vited to ftttead.  ... jeiOW  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS^^  .'C-V;  TKe>LO R E.NGE is'the be^t Sewing  ^roachihe^or Family use, because it  so seldom gets out of order.. If there  is one net working well in   -  ���������      CAUFORNIA,. .   ,v  ���������OREGON,  WASHINGTON TERRITORY,  .     NEVADA,.- ���������.  IDAHO,"  .     ALASKA,   ���������.  BRITISH COLUMBIA,  MEXICO,  JAPAN,  Or CHINA, If informed of Jt.l wilt  fix it without any expenee to tb#  owner.  SAMU3L mil, &&&, ���������������������������"  So, 19 MontgOTnery Street,  ���������DRAlil-WTaBWLWII.' ������������������'  BAM AUD'S STAGE MM  :3te\tf6 learea-B^kar-  on  mf  it  Send for Circular* and-eamplee ef  the work.   Active Agent! wanted eft.  . every place.  '��������� . .,'  ."      Rl &ZAVZH, ������**nt>  jelO 6m Viotoria. PX).  %  Until fftrtlsef notieo, the rate of fare from  ftrkervi  WlLtBH  Including 8Uamer fit Queenelle.  ^oIO lm  ABSTracr op Rkcxipt.i akd Exi������BNi>iTnai,  from 1st January te C^b June, 18T1,  1871; RECEIPTS.  Jenuary 1���������Casb on band,    -  -  ���������  7���������Members' moatbly due^  7���������Anonymous donniion, ���������  10���������Public aubseription,   ���������������.  Marcb i���������Merobers1 moniily dues,  April 11-  May 10���������  June 4���������  i-r-PnbUe subficriptaon,  u  is  it  . ^3 29  43 00  .14 00  159 50  46.00  35 06  M m  19 00  259 00  NEW ADVERTISEMEHTjS^v;  Foiartli Anniversary ofpthet  ��������� dominion of Canadia, 1 /  ORATION; AT 10 AM.-^J; S;' Thompson.  .- VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC  by tbe Band and Cariboo Glee Club.  FROGRAIIME OF SPOUTS  1st Prize,  2d Prize  . $10  .   ���������!.'$&���������  10  -" ��������� '  -;- ���������-.  ie  ".. "ft-  ���������;..,.:iO/;v  .���������'&  10  ,      &  ,10  6  ..::i.>0,v-  .������������������ -"ft:'  .  15  *? :':7. ���������  ^-'^5'.--  ���������������������������-''".��������� s.l  -.:���������: M:.  6  l������.Th rowing Slodge,..  2���������Tosslng th* Caber, ���������    .  4���������flop, Sfcipfcmljuuip,  A���������Sta������diDg Jump,- :���������::..���������::���������  6- Bun&lpg High Jumpi  i-PtttUag Stone, ..���������."���������������������������  7���������Oriwiag Stone, e feet atari,...  .6���������ffoibt Rftce, 150 yards, ���������..;  9���������Boy*1 Uftfio, aot over li yoare-  oid, ' ���������.      ������������������������������������!- v ��������� :" " '"  10���������PooV fyace, 100 yards,   t,  ll���������^roatots' Uace������ .vrinnpra o( pre- ; *  vio������s races excluded, ,; >':;' .10  Iftr-Sack: Baoc^lOO yaMs,,>.;        ;;lo  U-"Ihrsa.LoggQdP.iico, 100 rards, ,, 10:;  .      .;.;;&;.  14���������ttldore* Race, 100jtardaj carrying  t^'ius.,;. .".-..:v-;.':; if.:;-:.;.::,:.lo;r; ���������;-������������������.'-    B  le���������*isdle lUce, 125 yds, 5burdlce, V  .   'g^fwiaign,. =���������.���������-./.:    ;..-:..'-'.u;;v:'V;.;-; r '  16���������Wheeibiir/ov Ra������0i We ywde,   .10   .. .6  17���������Si������esb Knee, 10e yitxdij,  '        ���������  : 6    ; '*       8  18���������lfos&Oarrfcge Bace, "'-; 10 > ���������  ia~Hiiia������cef/\; ;r^-.������������������������������������;-' ..mov ,  ;���������������������������-- ,"-'  % ^CUwluagtneGreaayPolo,SOfoei  ���������      '    .    fcJSVlV  iX^^lXX.^..;.:^  P    '   '-'V- --'  .W^ Rutrance Fees to all^tie anove feportR, :'$!,: ������x*  CPpUiia Boya' ,-Bace, Hoso Ciirri^ge R������ce, Hill line*,.  Mwf������ali Hacu, -and Qnmy Pole, which are free.  $������. Sparta to;comiabBCtf afc.EiEV������N a. jn,-sharjiu,  .5  1871..       , EXPENDITURE  Jas- 7���������Carpenter work, -' * ��������� *  ���������Coal oil, Ac., - - -. - ���������  ���������Repairing bftckets & ladders,  ; ���������rSlationecy, postago, Ac..  ���������Removing snow from r*of, \  ���������Cariboo Sentinel, r .-. -  -  Mcbv4���������Clearing trails to tanks, *,..-  ���������Coal oil and matches,    -   -  ^-Telegram for hose carriage,  ���������Cleaving trail,   -   -   *   -   ���������  May 10-Coal oil, &c.,'   ���������Removing snow, * - * -  ���������Freight on oil for bose, - -  ���������Cleaning hydrant,     -   -  -  June 5���������Cash on deposit at tbe Bank  of British Columbia, -  -  $632 79  m oo  11 75  8 50  10 00  5 00  14 00  10 00  11 75  4 00  4 50  16 00  5 00  00  00  OTICE IS  HERE&T   QlVKf  tbe foUe,*in$ By-Lat ptssei by.  Sohbol  Beard of Williata Creak Biairicfe  havirif been approved by bis fticelienc^ tb*  Qeirernorbae now become'leir: o- ;������7pPX-X  '" "Wbereae; et e Seeling of tae'n^le.residenbi  of the 'age of 20 years, in the,. School Diitrict  of Wiltom Creek, held ������fc.Barkeryillevon 20th  Mareh, 187.1, .the..fo.llowuf Besbliition w&e  adopted, riecoely r���������Tbat this meeting de aa*  therize end empower tbe Locul Board for tbe  School 'District of W-iHiim Creek to, eolject  %ad levy a tax or fffete on ell tbe male tesi-  deata of; the age ef 20 year* of Two Doll^fe  per'fctad per annum, or any less amount tSaM  the Board sriay Had iuffleieal to ������eeft the'kit.  pense of the. Scheol.; ���������.-.;'. -,X:.XX  ^':!,iii,X-X  Therefore, Resolved,���������That, the Loefel  Board for the District of William Creek jo  eolleet, ������nd are hereby empowered..to collect  and levy, a Tax or Rate of Two Dollars f>er  head for the year commencing 1st June, 1871,  upon all male residents above the. age of SO  years in the said District." ���������,:,<.���������  J. Spkhcsb Thompson,  r-President of Boerd*  J. Goodfrllowj Secretary.  Passed at-Public Meeting held the  Marcb, 1871.  Certified by me^  J, Sprmcbr Thompson,  Chairmftn.  i)ftMlNl05PURS&M)p������a.to&U comcra, heals,.  400 yurda, bejit 2 thit of 9, eutrauca  fee' fio/-1:;.'-;-? -.'*-:   ^\m  CABIIOO: PUK8B���������Opee; to all comers,; except  lhe'-'vinB������r"'6f-'-ihe'' Doiiiiiilun Purse���������  beats, SOf. yards;; beafc.a ou I ot - Sj, on, ���������  intBceftea.l^&j .'������������������'���������'���������:.; ������������������'���������"���������������������������'������������������'���������' 450  tHKilt3$ RiCE���������Opc-B..to .all comeri*, excepting  horses enteredI for TjoKolBwO'PurBe'Mnd''/  th������ vinaer of;, tLie Oarliioo:, 1'iirsM���������  800 yards, eatritace fe������v $3 so,        .       $25  ������LOW PICS���������Owners chaas1agMvojf8eB,:'last  torse wiBS,;ektraa������e tee 61,;   ��������� .... $15  ;, 5?o.. jocke yi������g, allowed... .fa trol, Jud ges will b *.������p  Minted to decide.aa to fair o* fouls iii the'Mmm  Scoa. d"    ��������� -���������''���������  ���������'������'��������� '-.ifs ..���������;������������������ "-f"}'" .  ifi^.. tbe Friaea for any of. Iheahore ppor ts: will Vm  paid to the wiBaera as soon: aa the decision of th*  Jadgea is given, ���������,  $.K������Becondarl2e to,be given unless theto be  three entries. ," . *   \.  A BOYil. SALUTB;to:bo fired  at iN.OON,  an^  GRAND'lU'UMIN'lTIQN AT NIGHT,  , IB the  Evpnlng an KJ^ERTAtKMEKT ^111 oe  ���������gjven at the THSATR������ ROYAIj by the:Cariboo pro*  roatto AtJEoci&tion;        ���������..,*.  -      J. Hf TODD,  ��������� ��������� i, ��������� ,,,: Qtairman of CoiDiiilltees.  <ti.-   '-''������������������ "..,..;g. m. morris,";*   .  ;���������;.-. ���������.-. .'.. ��������� Secretary*  ''���������:���������.'.:.';,'���������       ��������� '���������' w; powmj;-^  '. ;:;r ��������� '��������� .'ire������iear������r.  .i������*er������fU������i B.C., Jnne &, 18Tt.  10th May, 1871,    j  13  3  499 29  >32 79  NATHAN GRUNBAUM,  Tieasurer'W.C, F. B,  In accordance with the " Common School  Araendment Ordinance, 1870, Mr Geor^k  Btrnks has this day been appointed Golleotor  for the District for the year commencing (hi*  day, let June, 1871.  The PUBLIC SCHOOL will be OPEN for  scholars on MONDAY, 12th June.  J. S. Thompson, Chairman.  Edwd. Pearson, Secretary., v  1st June, 1871. . je3  :.   . YALB AID BARpRVIL^B,  ���������'���������s ��������� P ���������.'' ���������.'"-; ���������   ���������'���������',��������� : '    '������..<.'   ���������."  Importers, Wholesale and  Retail-Dealers ia  House and Lot for Sale,  rrHE UNDERSIGNED. OFFERS HIS HOUSE AKD  I. Freehold, opposite tlie Bank of British Colombia,  Barkerville, Cheap fur Cash ; together with the Fur*  iiiture, obo Parlor aud two Cooking Stoves?, Cooking  Utensils, Ire, &c. ���������   ������������������ -  Apply on tlie pram tees,' - -  . ;������    ���������' ...  mySOiia LOUIS WILD?.'  GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,  WINES & LIQUORS,  DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,  HATS & CAPS,,  BOOTS & SHOES,  AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,  CIGARS & TOBACCO, }  STATIONERY,  HARDWARE & CROCKERY,  And a complete assortment of  Oppeuheimer Bros, beg to infornrTraclcrs, Miners  and Farmers requiring a stock of Goods that they  hold a large and well selected assortment, and aro  prepared to sell at the Lowest Jlarkct Prices.  ^r Wo Invite InspecUon of our Slock before purchasing else where.  t^ KKW GOODS aro being received continually.  %  ������y27 3ia  ������E^^^ '-  A  SATQIiDAY?>JtFNE 10, 1871.  MINING INTELLIGENCE,  DOMINION DAT CELEBRATION.  - WILLIAM CREEK. ���������'; ���������      ,  The Forest Rose co^ washed last weefc 240  oz * Tbe Ballarat co. washed 63 of; they  have hod-conside^  tend with ori^count^fhigh^ water, ^be  ivdraulive.corapanIe9art now all ia full w������������j  with a^ prospect ������f ^'first-rate.season's work  ahead owing to the quantity of snow on toe  jnountains. The Black J act ���������������������������*��������� ������*  do wo a good deal, of the bant. At Richfield,  4he Cornish ������o. are at work, e.ad -W^f^m  Six-toed Pete, Stedman, Red Jacket, JiuteH  imLBrouse, McLaren, Bscelsior, biros, Wilson, Bradley-Nieholson < whieh includes the  Dowriie, San Juan and Mountain companies).  The Bedrock Flumeco. hare groundHsImcecl  :*)ff the top of the tunnel run up creak this last  winter, 270 feet in l***th, a*d are starting today with a powerful hydraulic on the eid  Forward ground-  . 'STOUT QULOH.  The Golden Hope co. are *ipi������ff ���������--and  ���������making a lar*e opsn'mff on tbe'old ground at  the month. .The Tafffale are bouttng *���������  iiave commeaeed taking out pay.  LOWUHBOMKK.   .  Tne Brown co. will have to run a new tunnel the old one bwring caved in consequence  oi the hill Bliclioj foiwwd. The Victoria co.  :are gebtisg; very geo4;pre9pects. ���������:;  rjc������Txiso om������BKv !  The Eleven of SogUnJ co.Wve commenced  ���������taking outlay;  tbey Wgot into grouid  ;iu the Anderson channel paying 18 to 20 oz.  to the set, and are also *riltin& out for the  Lightning channel.   TUe Gladstone co. have  . '$R their diggings pumped out. and we* new  -rirUrtn* with sanguiee expectations of aiortly  Mriking the channel.   The Yicto|ia co.are  'tinning-; they are ajiout getting a twelve-  inch iron pump from .Victoria.   The Van-  winkle co., having flumed their, tail-rece. b**e  ,c;onmi*M'iced pumping egam.   The Spruce co.  ���������are not doing much wer*, p* there is. too  .,inuoh walerfco drift towards the.���������creek.   '.;,'���������  x    ANTLKB C������#ltfK.  /     Work is being resumed' by tbe different  ..companics on'this creek.   ���������������������������>������������������  !..,, iiinvsycitsiK.   * _ ;  . ./Tue-^ tftrou'gb  . ^nto pravel.   Tne Minnehaha wi CuBJining  4j(>mpaniwj are preparing to flume the creefc.  The Tunisian o.o. w&ghed fast week 5-6 os.  SECTIONAL LEGISLATION.  : The Committee appointed to make arrangements for celebrating the ensuing Dominion  Day are determined to spare no effort towards  rendeiin^'the .celebration the mo|t maguifi-  centtff any'that has transpired in Cariboo* as  will be ������een from the published programme.  From certain paragraphs which have ��������� appeared in the Victoria Ce^^^  it would appear doubtful whether the formal  proclamation Of the admission of British Columbia would be issued before; the 20th July  or even 1st August; but the former journal,  in its issue of May 24th, Rays: "We are glad  to be assured that every effort will be made  with a View to giving the interesting ceremony of admission take .place on the first,  and we<lo not yet despair of its accomplishment."   We hope that the 'arrangements will  bo made ia Mme,.so that in future we may be  able to celebrate tbe original Dominion DaV  and aur own admission simultaneously; but  whether or not, the people of Cariboo will  observe the first of July this year with eethu-  siasB, as even if the formal*declaration of  admissionmaj *et aev.eljeen actually made,  tbe faot# the necessary preliminaries having  been complied w4th, ������n4 the*Joint addressi to;  tbe Crown dulyaaopted by both British Co-  lumbi\*od Canada, justifies us in considering  our' colony,*! inireality;."���������;. portion, ot the  De^niaion^    :: :?::-i;**\ :'..":-���������':  She Tolltwioj committees have been; ap-  pwin,te4 :-7-  J. H. ' Vftifc Ww Datiaeb, T. B. Pattullo^fc  Pearcy, J. Wic^bam, ;,;������������������������������������;  T. Bl Pattulle, W; C; Price-C. TaiHancour,  T L. Brlgge, N. F. Poster, A. Fletcher, W.  Powell, J. ic&y.AP^  TfcomasiSlwy n, Jehn Thome���������Grouse creek.  W STorrist, Rob er t Starrett���������Lo wbee. C.  Booth. J. T. ������dwerds, -M. Bray/ J. Hockiag-  Lighcning.���������'���������XXX-':X ;        "X.X'-"-.Xi\ X '���������''  ,;  B^BTCOXSITTBE.      r    ://������������������'.���������  3. Lindsay, R> H. Brown, Thos.kcDougall,  James Wie^ham;;  '   X' ���������< ��������� iKCOfATION^OQMHITTKIfi.; ��������� > .'." J:  John Bruce. F. Perret, W. Davison, Joseph  Peaoyi^s^ Hough^iW, W.pod^-^VrBisson-  neLLe. '"X^X? :"P"\P\ pr---^---^-���������������������������������������������-������������������ ���������'���������������������������;,���������-..  HOilC COMHITTKB.  Jes. Elder, Si ������r*ke, W^ C. Price, J. Z.  William Cbbkk Firb Brigade���������The first  practice of the Brigade was given on Thursday afternoon. - The hose, carriage was; run  diA] .and.   m   a ' very". ;��������� short   time  from  leaving the door of the engine house astream  from the lower tank was playiog on the roofs  of the ii'ousesi It was quick work and reflects  credit qii. the efficiency of; the, Brigade,������ The  new hose.,carriage and alarm bell which were  ordered from San Francisco have arrived in  Victoria by.the Prince Alfred* and arrangements have been made with Johnson's express, to have them broiight through without  delay, and* we presume they will be here in  time for the Dominion Day celebration. The  financial statement of the affairs of the  Brigade published to-day shows satisfactorily  that the citizens of Barkerville appreciate the  necessity of the organization, and are determined' that;;it shall be kept up eveu in the  abnence of the paltry five /hundred dollars  which the Government could not afford to  give after the Council had made the rec,oni-  men da tion.. . ?. -JlX'-, ���������-������������������" '���������;-.  New STBAMEF.-rThc Prince Alfred, an iron  steamer which has been purchased by the  firm of Rosen field, and ; Birmingham, coal  dealers, San Francisco, for the trade between  tbat pprfc and Vancouver Island, arrived at  Victoria after a good passage of four days on  May^Sth. bringing 98 tons of freight and 112  passengers. The Prince Alfred is described  an a fine propeller, with superior accomraoda-  tions for passengers. It is intended that she  shall run regularly to^ Victoria and Nanatmo,  taking as a return cargo about lp00 tons of  coal PSromi thei la^itir port and making the  round trip-'in- about twenty'days..p An inde-  pen den t steam er of *thi s ciass will pww ft  greafbbnefittb the eolohy. ���������      :     "Pp.  The Wbathsui-..for .the past, week feaa been  variable, the first day or two: being*'hot,1  raising; the water in the creek considerably^  sinco which we have had .cold showers .with  snow on the mountainSf causinj-the;water-t������  decreasiB;agaib^ The seaspa/on the;,whole is  the most backward whieh has been' seen in  ; EBxuKNicb���������Among the passengers bylasi  express-we observe one of our old Cariboo-'���������'*.  ites,. Mr '.Duncan McDonald, whd left for ;  Canada last year, and has now returned accompanied by his bride, a; ckughter-of^Mm ���������  William Wright;, of the Blue Tent;ranch.-;: ���������  "���������; ^uddes !rDi5ATH���������John Slonacherj%ho ;bas\  been teaming on the road froinj Yale for'sev*  eral years^ bas died suddenly- at Spence'i?  bridge; Thompson river. .���������.'"���������'"'/";.,, "���������  Lost His Wat���������A humming-bird wae seen  yesterday  between; William   and' Grouse  creeks, searching in valu for flowere among  thesnowr . ���������."-';'I,,;'''���������������������������'������������������:'''���������'���������'  Two pack trains have arrived at Van winkle  ���������B. Leon*i train, 1 oaded for Messrs. 0ppen-  heimer Bros., end T. Hutcheebn'B tor Mesirs,  Grunbaum'Bros."'-      .  iV '";���������.'       *\������p;P    ������������������ ���������������������������  Barnaro's Express amved,at 7 6Jclock last"  night, and wi 11 leave on, Mondiiy merning.  MINING RECORDS. '   ;  ; WILLIAM OREEK. /       \ f, ,.   . .  San Juan,: eo.-r^Juue iT^Uecorded in favo?  of Joseph Fletcher, William Sooby, each 1J  interest ^; re-recprd.:.. {X',;.;; - ���������.'-.,';',', i    ���������>' ��������� [ '���������  Forest Rose co.���������Juhe;; 5--Rec6rded hx  favor of R;Drinkall, T. L.^Brigg^clx 3|iu^  .terests ; S. Pearcy, 3 interests ; Jas..Lesh, 2|.  interests ; T.* H. Flynn, I interest j John MuW ���������  $hyf Jinterest $. also,; tbe water of :St^r g&itfb  and French creeks i^e^ewta^p'X/XpPp^X'l ]  ���������-     V-    ���������.^M'CAIiLGM.'S ^jiLcn;:',. '���������!'.';. i :. p  June 2���������Recorded in favor of Ah Sing and  AhPini two-claims 5 te-record.     ...; ���������    ^' ;'  May 19���������Recorded in favor of Ah Eee, 20(>  feet at lower line; re-reebrd.      -   l f  i 'Lone Star co.-r-May 22r-Recbrded in favor  of Charles Bracker,. J interest^; =Bt; Knight; I  interest, 25th May |;;Tbos.;^lwyn^::I interest,  27tb May; John 'Kbs^er;i'Jhterest;:29tb-.May;;'  Ghas." Rbssy 1^interest, 29th;May; :E. Treri-  hella,"; i- inierest,;- abana^ned by Sooby^and  Stonej..2d:June.'; i ,^'i ^������������������y^X-^./'yi'XJ  -^ReM c^.^^ay>25-:^Reeor4edan fayot^f  Jamesi'attersony fi. fiandeU,:Tbos^ Birmingham^ lVm:Fitcuey; W :Ui(6BeB;.������fl^i;l'inter<>  esfe: John Johnson. Ii interes^^^ H.Mor-  frSffl  ..KniTOR SisNTtsEL-:���������Can you inform me.If  ttitere ;*n*e,two Registration Laws or only one  Iu force in this colony.? In tbe abstract .|f  ihe law published by you it ^as stated th#  ������ihe ���������Colliefcdi should charge.a certain frrice  iw blank forms, but by an advertisejttent in  ihe British Colonist signed by, the Registrar  for Victoria District it appears that the: Coi-  Sectors for the various polling divisiona of  ihat'district supply forms free, while the Collector here.charges the usual rate.  iNfturaaa.  [In t eference to the aboye we would stete  ihat while' there,Is only'ane law-1p force,  nbere are sometimes .two waye of adminieter-  ing It' In Victoria, as here, there waB.ft.de-  cided uepugnanee to paying for forms, the  Consequence of wbich was 4bat they were  -supplied free by outside ipatties;;and we can  only explain the fact of the Registrar ordering them to be supplied free also, while n������  Snetnaetions to a similar effect were sent to  Cariboo, oa the supposition that tbe Govern-  anent wishes to see a heavf vote regiatered in  Vancouver Island and a small one on the  ������naiaiand,.thne;justifying apparently the manner in which the representation wae iypjjor-  ftioned.���������Eu. Sbntinbu]  FROM QUESNELMOJJXH.  .Quesnelmonth, June 8,1871.  Nothing ef much importance has occurred  tee tbe last week. The two first bull teams  of tbe season arrived this morning���������Ryder,  loaded for Beedy. and Thorpe with machinery  for asawmitl ������t Germansen creek.   Mr. Fin-  layson arrived here yesterday from the upper  country.   He reports that Stevens and Kelly  are each making $G0 a day rocking in the  new diggings struck eight miles up Geraia.n-  eeu creek. The steamer from Soda creek was  detained five hours, having run aground on a  bar.   The following teams had arrived at  Soda creek last evening:���������P. Sherman, 1).  Kernor, Kirkpatriek, George Dunn.   On road  :*>e!ow Soda.creek:���������Harry FaUis,Lane���������& co.,  ���������two H. B. Co.'s teams, Dick Fair and Bhetry,  forQuesnel.   A couple of trains pu^.t>i over  the river bound for Stewart's lake.   About  ..20 passengers came up on this steanfer.   Col.  "Laaois oii Johnson's stage.  ��������� - ���������". ^ OccisioNiL;  W. Davieon, J. S. Thompsou, G. M. Morris,  J. Bowron, J.-'-H." Sullivan, Geo. Byrnes, S.  Pearcy, T. |*. ?attuilo, J. Xcihdsay, J. Hunter,  0*Booth, J. Munro, J. Wickham, D. Kurtz, J.  'Deieny. ��������� ' ;'���������;'������������������ ������������������'    '������������������'    ' '������������������  ���������  '���������'';��������� <':  PASSENGERS.;,    ';���������..;;,.;    .  The following passengers arrived yesterday  evening by Barnard?s Express :r-L. Jamais,  y^ing Sing, P. Coleman, G.Gartley, Miss Mary  Bent; Miss Has Ifan, and one Chinaman.���������  Bv extfa stage to Soda creek':���������Peter Lind,  A. McLean, J. Wilkie, A. g. Thorp, W.:L.  Alexander, W. Sverett, Jaoies Leighton, T.  deNouvioB, Mr Lyons.  The following parties came passengers from  Yele by Johnson &-Gerow's express, which  arrived At Jarkervalle on Saturday .-evening  last :--iProm Yale���������Mr Garry; to Bridge  creek; Mr and Mrs McDpnald, to Blue Tent  House; Mr G. W. MeCully, to 150-mile house;  M������ Fleming, to Cold Spring House,; Messrs.  Going, Riley and Cline, to Barkerville,���������  From Quesnel to Barkerville���������Mr J. Baker  and two .Chihamea. By the down trip on  Mondays���������Mr Gold Commissioner Ball and  Dr Y. Bell, to Quesnelmouth ^Mr T. Harvey,  to 150-mile house.  Cariboo for eight or nibevyears.   The quan> ^ y?p^rretV^  ttry^>bVsnbw ^n^heToad^is^^  V  The Roads���������Mr T. Spence has nearly eom-'  pleted the repairs at Cottonwood, where the  river, washed tbe road away. .A party of men  will be kept on between Qnesnelmouth and  William ,creek. We would suggest te the  head of the department here the propriety of  having the snow she vailed .off the road between Richfield and Vanwmkle so as to make  it practicable for pack trains to get iii.  Stocks of several articles are rrtening very  low here, and it is very desirable that freight  should be brought in without delay. We are  informed ihat from two to three hundred dollars judiciously expended, would make the  road passable, and- we think it is only fair  that Jihis should be done at tbe-public expense.  Theatre Royal���������The performances of the  McGinley Minstrel Troupe on Saturday evening 'last, and on Tuesday for the benefit of  Miss Alice, drew respectable houses and afforded much amusement. The troupe will  give another entertainment this evening prior  to ieafing Baikerrille,    . .  and as it is getting very soft travel between  Eagle creek and the Richfield bill is extremely  difilcult. '.V . ���������/���������   ' ':;���������'. ;.  ThrPust^c School, tinder the direction of  the William Creek School Board and superintendence of Mr Mundell, will be opened on  Monday next, when we hope to see a good  attendance of juveniles, who have been so  long deprived ofidueational privileges. The  grant of three hundred dollars made by the  Government towards purchase of a school  bo use, has been paid over by Mr Ball to the  Secretary of the'Board.  Lank & Koutz Mining Cosa^NY-^Mr Riley,  the Company''s millwright, and Mr Going, of  the Lane & Kurtz Company, arrived here on  Saturday. A poyMon of the machinery, in-  eluding a portabg^engine, bad started before  these gentlemefi?|jn Yale, and.on its arrivai  here work will be commenced immediately  sinking a Shaft arfd putting up the buildings  and machinery. ; ,     ;  Latest Nkws���������The Versailles troops occupy Paris. The slaughter has been awful  and the destruction of property enormous.  The insurgents murdered the Arcbbishop of-  Paris and a large number of priests. The  leaders of the Communists ave'being tried by  court-martial and ehot witheut mercy.  Accident-���������A wagon loaded with wheat for  iibe Clinton mills was recently capslxed into  the Bonaparte river, a short distance above  .Cache creek. The animals were saved, but  the wagon was completely overturned, so  that the only way that the cargo could be  got out was by cutting out the bottom.  Thk Last. Day '.���������This Is the last day for  registration * so, men of Cariboo who are entitled to bo registered as-voters, avail yourselves now -of the last chance, otherwise no  power in the country can-save you from being  disfranchised for the next twelve months.  Ciikap Travel���������As will be seen by advertisement, tbe rate of fare from Barkerville to  Yale by Barnard's fast express is now only  $30.   The stage leaves Barkerville on Mon-  re-recprd.  '���������;  ���������       ���������       sTOorouLen. ���������'������������������-   ~       ������������������������������������"���������-..  Muiho Orbi}6.^-May 2i3^1^COTdedinrayo> :  of W. P. Smith, James Iniies, David Edwards;  Sara Roberts! John Williams, each li-inter.  est -j. Wm. Owen, H. Randallf euch i ^U>reBt;  re-record.. '���������....������������������' -������������������., .'. Jv>".��������� ,������������������.-.ifi/: ���������l"r,  Taffvale. eo.���������JJay 26���������Recorded in favott  of R; H/Browb, 2-5 tbs; George; Spruce; W.  0. Price, Gomar Johns, each a-$th $ a������^e*  cord.  ..':������������������ .  ':;*<*''-.������������������;   X- ���������..���������"."���������.:���������.>���������'.���������; ���������.'���������'v-r'-v: ���������������������������''';' .'.  i   BLACK JACK GJOLCH.  bonowhue co.���������May 29���������Recorded in favor  of-M. S/Glynh, one ereek claim,commencing  at upper line-of Donoghue, to form part ot  same. ;     ������������������'.'���������-��������� :'.-.' ���������>] '";-"��������� "-���������   ���������  1        .-.:.  .. -.';���������'. ������rousexreek. ., ,:.:,���������;..���������  Unibu <5o.-May 20-Recorded in favor q  AE'Gbodykbntz.2| interests;.A./Vignolo*  P;" Roberts, M. Radovich, each Ifenterest^  re'reeord.      -: '^':*'"''*i; "  . Salt Spring^ oo.-Slay JO^Reco^dv ia  favor of J. C. Wilson, 2 interests | W.M. Bus-  lane H. Jewell, each I interest; re-record.-  j{ay 22���������Henry Brown, one hill claim <w  left bank, adjoining upper^line of Reid w,  ltod-up co^May 22^-G. h. Shepherd^  McAlinden,. J. S. Thompson, Robt. McNab, J.  K Lord, F. Vauriot,each Mtb of claim \ r������-  ' Canadian co.���������May 29-Recorded in favor  of Anton Balesb, four interests^ xe^eeord*  ���������stevens &mm.  Last Chance co.���������May 22���������Recorded tt*  favor of Jas. Gallagher, one bill claim., acV  joining lower line of B. Gallagher's claim,  both to be worked together.  XOWjttEB CttK������K. _  Russell and Robinson co.���������May 22d���������Recorded in favor of J. *V Ford, 66 feet; re-  record.  ANTLER CUE 15K.  Antler and Pioneer Ditcb-May 23-Be*  corded in favor of J. C. Mctean, G.M. Morns,  P. C. Dunlevy, each l-3d j rerrecord.  (Next.door to Kurtz's Store, Barkerville,)  *s  days, and passengers rca^b Victoria on  ^'unlajr,    '      '  tiii\r  VG TO WORM their friciuls and the puhlic that  y Uu>vlhav������ opeiiwl Uie.above Bakery, naxt  door  to Kt'KTZ'S Store, BarkcrvUle.  ^���������^WKWILL DELIVER BREAD^sf  iwwwftHIMWWHHBiHUIMIWaUMMWIW.1 w  H^^'^^!feigaKaB^aisg������arM;g558g  (^GBaasiMn'.ui  fl  i  Ma  ���������-'4  4; '������:  ,t^  I!!Li  31. "|  $'���������' ;  i'l     !!������������������  v 'i  A '''  a.  K  3���������H  YY  3;������  mm-  ���������IB  ������:  $$;  $>  ;S  ill  if  'if:-  B  sp  HOW A PREACHER WAS BOTHEEB0 BY  -���������" :.,"^v AN AUDITOR.   ���������"������������������-���������  "-A iWisconBia -papec telle the following  /ertory'ty'/v  ��������� ��������� ./ ->/- yo    -'���������".*.' '  One who does not beiieyeTin jmmersipn for  baptism was holding '       ;     /  \ ..��������� I'������������������.'    X:A PROTRACTED MEETING,:_ ���������<���������  and one night preached on the subject of baptism.  In the course of his, remarks he said  eome believe it to be necessary to go ;down  jato the water and,come up out of it to be  baptized. But this he claiuied to be a fallacy,  for the preposition " inV? of the Sciiptures  should be rendered differently, as it does not  mean into at all times;   ^ Moses," he said,  " we' are,told,! went up into the mountain, and  tlie Sayinur was taken intp a high mountain,"  See... ��������� JFe do iiot suppose that either went into  v,Uie nm  X&omnhM$$ simply going  down qlose by or pear to the water, and be  . !ng baptized in the ordinary way, by sprink-  -.. -.IlsfC-     .,-���������: '  ��������������������������� ". X:-p 'f'f.n--^ ������������������. ���������  Y He cartied; tepuW^  8M ;sW* ^  iaflou was given, toall who felt so disposed  ���������; io rise and&xpress their thoughts.  ,��������� '.".    ��������� Y      QUITEANTWSER     '   Y ���������.. .    -���������';.���������  lot the(brethren;arose and^^  %lad that they ;ha^ fen present on this, occasion ; that they were well pleased with the.  sound sermon they bad just heard, and felt  ;��������� their souls greatly blessed,  finally a corpulent gentleman, of Teutonic extraction, a  granger to all,.. arose, and broke the silence  ibat was almost painful, as follows :   u  Y-^Mister^BreacherJ^Iishso gladt lyash here;  ioinight, for}-%:has had explained to tny mindt  ���������come tingsi;datl never/ conldpeliefpefore.--.  Oh, I ish so gladt dat into does .not nean into  :. mt all, putshust clpsei,-By; or^neabto, tor now I  .....'   CAN PKLTEF MAKTSH -TINGS. Y.        '*/,  ;..��������� ��������� vatt opuld not pelief pefoTe.   We read^Mfs-  ier Breached that Tamely as cast into de ten  K.qf lionsi and oaaeoutalife;  Now,Iheber  could pelief dat, for the wild peasts would  elnist eat him up' right off; jr/ut now, it is ferry j  clear to.'my niindt.���������"���������,He yassbust close pyor  ^near ��������� to, und tid not get in to tie tes. at all.������������������,  , Oh, I ish so gladt I vash hete to night!  ���������Again; we read dat de Hebrew children  - vas cast into de firish;: furnace; and d at air  ,-alwiBh look t like a peeg story, too. for. dey  ���������would have peen purntur) * Pu^ ft isb all  ; -*^lal-Q to my^mindt no% for dey were shust  close by or near to the firish furnace.   Ob, I  , ish so.glaidt I.'yash here to-night!  :-���������:.   IJnd den., Mister Breacher, it ish said dat  Jonah .vas cast into de sea und taken into de  ��������� walesh pelly v ;..  \v YNOW I>TEYi5E CpmXi PELT13F DAT..  jt\ alwaysh seemed. to me to pe a peeg feesh  c story \ put it is1)] all .plain to my mia d t; n o w ;  n e y ash n ot taken i n to the walesh pel ly at al 1.  put he-shust.shumpec! onto his pack unci rode  ashore. Oh,, I ish sotgladt I vash here to-  .'flight!-'.  '���������',   ';-';.;'.    ...j: ������������������..���������"  Und now, Mr Treacher, if you will shust  explain two more bashages of Scriptures, I  shall pe, oh, so happy dat I yash here to night!  One of dem is vare H saish de vicked shall pe  cast into a lak3 dat purns vith fire and prim-  stone always. 0. Mister Breacher, shall I pe  cast into dat lafce if I am vicked? or shust  close py, or near to���������  ,    ��������� . ,���������   ������ -: BUCST^BAR ENOUGH::.  to be comfortable ? 0,1 hope you tell me I  shall pe cast shust py a good vay off, und I  viii peso gladt I vash here to-night I The  other bashage ish dat vare it saish l Plessed  are dey who do dese commandments, dat dey  may have right to.de tree, of life, und enter in  through de gates into-de city.' 0. tell rae, I  shall gets into de city, und not shust close py  or near to���������shust near enough to see vat I  have lost���������und I shall pe so gladt I vash here  to-night!  He sat down with the impression made on  many minds present that it would do to take  the Bible for only what it clearly says*  MISCELLANEOUS  J.  p;  TUN3TALL & Go.,; -  B BOW CHURCH YARI)^ LONDON.  J. Hi TIJBlfEB kMh  ������������������* '*?.     "VICTORIA, B.C. : ,  Goods and Comm  -������������������������&* Goods bought in the European Markets to order,--and conBigpme.hts of Goods fxoiSi  British Columbia sold in London. y      ; ^  .'.������.'  p-'^XXX. ' . ��������� Xp:    XR EtfER ENCES ;'.TN. 'ppP'\.  LONDON���������London and Westminster Bank, Lothbury.  "Messrs. Copes take* Moore & Co., 5 Bow Church Yard-  VICTORIA���������Bank.of British North America.  my6 6m  ' QUESNELLE, and    *   t    ;  BABKEEVILLE  X-p. ��������� .;'   .J. HARPER,  ;    LEA. fe PERRINS'  ,'; Celebrated "'  woRCE st er Shire  sauce  .'��������� Declared by Connoisseur's to be        .   ������  THE  'ONIiY  -.. # ���������������������������������������������  GOOW SAUCE.  Miners' ProvisioiriYStor^  BARKERVILLE.  T.; THIS STOKE vwill always b������ found a well-  selected stock of the Y .   ,'  :  FRESHESTy GROCERIES   AND  PROVISIONS   IN   CARIBOO.  BEST JAVA CQFFEB ;  Roastedaad Ground daily.   Caution.. against; Ff aud.���������t ii e s u cc ������s s or th is  ���������mosbHlelicious and iunrivalled GoiuHmcut having  caused certn in dealers to apply the nnni c of " Wprces-  tersh ir e Sauce'! to their own... Int'erior com pounds,' lit p  public is .hereby. iuTormed that" thb oiily way,to secure the genuine, is tp:  .   . .; ��������� :> 'y^*  "ASK  FbR :LEA ;&'��������� eSrE^NS1   SAUCE  and to see that their nalmcs are!. upon the wrapper  LABEL8, STOrPER, an d BOTTLE. If ���������; '��������� % A . .'       .'. ; ���������>     ���������'.'.-.  Some of the foreign markets having ��������� beori'supplied  with a spurious WorccstefshireSaaee.upoj} theVrap-  per aud labels of which the names of Lea and PerriDs'  have been forged,. L; and P. give not ice tbat they  havo furnished their corresponUents w i th.power oi  attorney;to tiilce ilistaM^ proceedings against'manu.  fact urkr s an cl vendors o lVs uch,: or a n y o Ui er i mi ia  tlohs b y: wlii oh th e i r. r igh t m a y. b e i jn I'rb j go d, .. . .    ���������.  Askior LEA &: PEBBIJSfSt^auce and see  N^me on "Wrapper, IJabel, Bottle, and  ������������������Stopper. ... Y-'iY,.;'.,; XX'    ''   '*"''  , "\yholesale and for export by thel'roprietors, Wor  oester; Crosse and Blackwell,:Iiondony&c.', &c. ��������� and  by Grocers and OH men universally. :.. ,'     .... L    .  THE GREAT FAMILY MEDICINE OF TEE  ���������   r.i 1 Y:,-i\v:   ���������,:,-';AGE.  Y  .;.���������": .:;.;' ���������:,thipty,teabs .  Have elapsed since the introdnction of the  Pain Killer to the public, and yet at the present time it is more popular and commands a  larger sale than ever before. Its popularity  is not confined to this country alone; all over  tbe world its beneficial effects in curing the  ���������Mils that flesh is heir to,}7 are acknowledged  and appreciated, and las a pain kiixkb its  fame is limited to no country, sect or race.���������  It needs only to be known to be prized; ���������  Thirty Yeabs is certainly a long enough  time to prove the. efficacy of any. medicine,  aad that the tain killer is deserving of all  i& proprietors claim.; for it is amply proved  by the unparalleled popularity it has attained. It is a sure and efpkctivb remedy.  Sold hy* all .Druggists and Storekeepers.���������  Directions accompany each bottle.    ���������   je3  Giant Powder.  x  RObertsoti^  Stewart,  COMMISSION MERCHANT,  WHARF STREET,    -     T    >v    -      VICTORIA,  Agent for   British   Columbia,  A supply of ���������#, 1 and VA inch Gartrl'ltcep, Caps  ' in! Fuse always Kept od hamf. my7 3m  ^aii^-Store  Gliance^  at  Last  ���������Whereagc>q������l assortmeat of Goods will always be  ���������found,���������'���������'.���������".:';" ������������������; ;. ;*.-���������- '-  I trust by strict attention to business aad fair and  square dealing, to 'merit a continuance of the liberal  ipatronage heretofore extended to,me., ; fe4  5K TJ'IfBESSIGMED BEGS  TO   INFORM HIS  friends and the public jtha the has fitted up soiie  COMFORTABLE   BED-ROOMS  n bis new building^ where he is prepared to give  good 3eds a t a ;reasonable/ p^ice. Those wfi������''will  favor tiirawitb their patro^itA, may depend* fcn'the  cleaanoss an d comfort of li m | iauso....;.  Hetakes also this opporfcttBBly to remind the "Carl*  booites that bis Brewery has received the yiR^f  PRIZE of,the Colony for histfolebrateil  ',; .-XXX. phliE^p--:"���������'-���������[  And the true amateurs willbeabieto jndge by.them  selves that such.hoaorablejprize has been justly  awarded to. him, ��������� -       ���������:...:���������"'  N. B.���������A large front room to let.  Barlcerville,jau. 23, 1869. N. OT/NI������  Riestauraiit aiid: Bakery-  THE Proprietor of this old &nct well-known estab-  ���������JL ; 1 ishnieut would respcctfupily thank ��������� hiIs ntimer-  ous fri endsan d. the ptibl.i c for the extensive patronage  heretofore bestowed on him, ajjd trusts that by^his  usual strict attention to business'to merit a^ contiu  uanceof theirconlidenceandsupj)ort/r-..,; .   Y  Heals, $1;   ;Boardfl'$14 per Week. ;  BREAD MADE OF THE BEST ;?LQUR  I recommend to the publixj my ���������'. Y>  6ROUND    C6FF iE^,     y  Albion Iron Works,  , .    VICTORIA, B.C.,  MANUFACTURE STEAM ENGINES AND B01LRK3,  either High or Low Pressur������t  Grist', Quartz1 and Saw' Mills, and in fact .anything  connected with th* Miichmc -business. Iron anl  Brass Castings o{ ail descriptions.   On baud mhI iv*  with Iron and;Steel Axles, Steam pipe Fitting, &c.  Ali orders promptly attended to.YTerms Gash, at  oiir:W-orks in" Victoria. : .   '  , myi3;6m v.; ���������    SPRATT& IRvISG, Proprietors.  A; Q-ILMOREi  which is a much superior artjcl^tbah any which can  be had from below. I, Koast: ii n d ,Gri ri cl, ,if. inyselt.'  andchbosetbe bestberries;conseijiiently the.pUblii  may be sure of i is b ei ngf r ee f rom a^dulteratibu. i\\  Ji Qc. GOOfeSONVY  GHEAP   GOODS!  COMPRISING-^  I HAVE been requested by several respectable parties, who cah testily to the efficacy of my system,  to again make public the fact that  Moses' Hair Invigorator  WILL PBEVENT BALDNESS,    -  RESTORE HAIR THAT IS BECOMING THIN  ;  ,    ���������    OR FALLIKG OFF, and effectually  CURE SCURF OR DANDRUFF,  Boots, Shoes Clothing, and  G-rocerjtes, -,    '  OF   THE  BEST   QUJALITY,  Forsale at tbe Store of the undersigned in Barker-;  vilie, opposite tho Bank of British Columbia.  w.. kmnie;  GOVERNMENT SXRE33T, .yxCTORIA, V.I  fTAS ON HAND!'"AND IS CONSTANTLY reeeiving, *  XT' large   assortment  of   CLOTHS,   CAS.SIMKRF.S.  ,and . VEfeTINGSv w Inch - he is prepared, to make ii  order;in the most approved, styles.,, .Y_.,,-,.;.!  '  jg������^ Parties on ' 'WiUiam Creek can: tiave their  measures taken by Mr McCallum, Barkerville. \<..-  All erders froni Cariboo promptly attended U.  ���������    ���������   '���������;.;  "      ,my61m.., - -, . ' ."��������� -:'  se4tf  as usual*  An Explanation. ��������� " Straoga that the  prisoner on trial for bis life should appear  in court with aueh a smooth countesance I"  exclaimed Jones. "O, he v^> ironed just  before he w&s jbrongfri j^w explains Bofltea.  This is not a mere assertion on my part, as I have  in my possession numerous testimonials certifying to  the success of my remedy.  I do not of course pretend that I can make the hair  grow on heads.which have been bald for years ; but  I will gnaranteo to stop tho hair from fa Hi ng off, to  increase its growth, and effectually remove Scurf or  J><^druT. W. I). MOSES,    ,.  Barkerville, B-C.  For Sale,  Store Street (between Herald and'Fisgard)  victoria, b;c.  ANDREW AJ?TRIC0, "i   ���������   *'-   -! -   PROPRIETOR.;  = The most commodious and clean Hotel in Victoria,  It is conducted on tho European principle. The table  is supplied with the vary best the market affords.  Meals at all hours of the day. Prhrate Dining  Rooms lor Families.  Board and Lodging per week; $5 50 and $6^60.  Per day,  $1.   Single meals, 37K cents.   Beds, 60c.  je������** Fire proof Sate in the House. my5 6m  CERTIFICATE,  This is to certify that during last spring my hair  was rapidly falling out and my head was fast becom-  ing bald, when I applied to Mr W. D.MOSES, Barbor,  Barkerville, who in a few weeks restored my hair to  i ts former heal thy s to te ������AVIS GIBBONS.  Barkarville, Becpty im;     ' wtitohn  $  ���������AT���������  THOS.   FLETCHER'S  econd-hand  Store,  BAIUCERVILLE. Jell  . CASAMAYOU & CO.,  Wholesale Dealers in  Groceries, Provisions,  Liquors, Havana Cigars,  YATES  STREET,   -   -  VICTORIA,  B.C.  ,\l  s  $&  ������M  m  V:  mm  crmuwiuuuwfm  msBHffiT'    Mi

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