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 oporly ibg!_  scmblyot I  'he British  -  Jircclioh gj  c Road, 01  >mento[!  like work,  ������nratlr>no|  >lnt Stock  Individual  tsorpriT.;  or thicg  't^rproj!,  alar c!a_  Imcutofj  a NOtscp,  mdobjcci  s, vis.:  ������Gazette,  lislricuf.  tl;.tlim%.;  istrict in  h case for  tfervalof  ig Session'  lo brinj  BHjfefc ii  ts inti-ml.  ������K tlro'ao.  - the sami  ��������� the rates  privily,  ween .liid  irvessclij  a.verect a  bo same,-  -te Bills,  ny  .feScmbly,  !e271iii  Vol 18.  : Barkerville, William ��������� Creek, B.C., Saturday. June 13,  No. 7  ff'X i.Pub]i3hed;e'^ery"Stttiinlay' hffi\[ii k"  RO BERT     II OL LOW A Y;'  :Subsoriptionf - . -  2o Cents per Week.  . i:     ';;.-���������'.,:-. .JUTE.* OF Aim?ftTIttXa.  '$i> r n\Q sq.M������ r e (o itc I n ch j ,'fi ret f riser is on '���������  ������������������/ '/ 'V     -  "..- ;. pf       ..one. month,   -  ���������'.' For twosqnares/fi rsti nsortton;     .   .   -  '.' '*-/.' .  **::     one month,.-  - .. f't.  5  ' S,  Agen;ts Co r -1 he ���������*.!��������� Cahb.oo S entme i.' * :,  Vim Winkle,    .-  Qnesiiel mouth.  Sort/freak,.,.-:,;:  nihtou." -'���������;' ��������� ������������������,  Tale,: /���������-;.;: :f" "  l#Avs Wcs-ijy^iistiM'.  Victnriii, ';'. "������������������,  ] ��������� IA fcVucr, ���������*/ :���������  .<*���������'��������� Sirttiiff-���������'t .-  f, '������������������    ,���������'(. ������������������������������������. ���������.' -Lin^sTy-.  R n r ri n rd' e Kxj > r<>>  .���������_/*' ..,. B������ rn ar<! ? f ,'R& jwf&'  ���������':' /'/' x'B'iriiarfl^sExpres.-  *������������������   iff,      ������1'0",     /���������      <iO     >  /.! t"./ '.. . .Toli'n Mn rH.v';.:'  ;-/    ���������      Mr .Sh������k,'isp''nr''  ;.,*..     ������     , San Fr iuhsco  30/C5omhill\i lAu.<ton. K;C.  Office,  iW.OP  [ration to ���������  i Govern-'  on whkb  sons resl'  of -"avalK  relating,  fter-maiio  elialf,ill,  desire to  yers w|iO  ,,.arc.K'  i/l'ruvlo-:  Ifflp'  1 f >-������������������ '��������� fVllK ijMUBOO SBNTINEL  ^-J b.ft^^WlfST INGV OF F-f Q:^.:  - '-'������������������������������������'���������%  ��������� .f:vft::- j-���������''i- viggi���������':, i-���������--'.������������������'';"��������� ��������� -. ,-'.-./. v ������������������"���������,,. 1 ������������������ ������������������������������������}.-  /-$X* r <f **>*."Q i ^i&J U1 'S^S^?������qS'-^ !^? ^tln* cl _T^Trlr* _c V_^i tntiri <������s Tor  Bajls-nn^^heatriCHI ���������'Entertaininents: X'--  \. t^^^^cxd^wW) neiiipesMml dinputehf,^  ���������!/���������������������������> .��������� '.I.-.1 -.-��������� ^ .Terms.moderate.   ;������������������. ...... . '���������; \. ���������  X;:No.: definite news codcerning.; prospects at  Cassiar can;"be.wceiyed until alter high^water  next- Auguat/LTlje Indians refuse to travel j  rt.nd the steamboatmeh^regard the Stickeen as  ?.he werst river on tbe coast.   It is. supposed  Thibbit;creek will pay extraordinarily." wel 1  fbr so me 8/16 10 mil es, an d tha t'Deilor creek,  10 mi 1 es farther uoi'l% wil 1 pay wages fo r  Ia limited,distance.   Miners have started with  Wyeav'S'provisions.. Steamer Glenora is at"  present hud up, there not being svUpcient  tmfflc on.Stickeen to keep two boats nuiuing.  ; t. M r Ujmr I es Mi Hard h aa g one/ tb ro u g h with  n j>ack train* to-.the. miues. ���������" /  .   Several eases-;o(- sickness .reportedj;--prob  iii j I y i ro tn 1 iic k o f p i ire water;. ��������������� P rice of flour  at (hf������ m ilies, $ I p er}fi.   provU\ n n s ��������� sc'a ree.  f The coal ^ade/at .;NanHim6:an^-lJe!j)j}irti)fe-  ���������Bny is iniproving; /Seveh vessels took" car-  iroespast week, and I he A tlauta,��������� tob'k' oh board  jioOltvn^-fVjr-Sah/Francisco^ ftp .^ . ��������� ���������  ��������������������������� A. wi������man (> f VI be. to wn ham ed Ki 11 y Cl ark  'iied -from. iiie e(teets of wbisk<jy and ihjuries  r^ct'i yeel li y iij i e u j>sel ti tig of a .6 iiggy at Ilea-  C(iivhili;on Sn^uyditjf.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  NOTICE.  THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED A  I   Partnership for general trarting purpuses, to be  kho^n *6 BEEDY. & TOWN SEND.    .  ���������X .       J.C. BEE  Van Winkle, M iy Ul, 1874.  HEEOY.  A. TOWNSEND.  my!6  whs  OLDVANW  :; ��������� y-ic)owri;:"/J,ii'he;. 0���������The stenniship " Priuqi'  A l ftvd a r'rivv'd ith is .morij ing f rom"..' Siui;. F rah-  cj.^oo..  Bffi^'  relatlM  iilgr.mtSj  rtii'laW'  lairwl iflt  I period!,:  \)plicanu  3 same.  ������ j)rra������j&l  pelves W  y general  iliiiwclj  ASH,      I  ecwiary. i  S AND  ie bcltl al ���������  B,'and all  sat; ;��������� '������������������<���������'  Mjcoelcfl  I  acretarfl mmm  iat .Ills 1  feral in 1  ith the i  low the 1  him I  of the  hereto'  Peaco,  Jener&l  i  1  tliia tl*  eoen *'  Ifar:  f9 lui ;-  \:;r ;>.'������������������    clinton. .���������,        '/������������������ /  C M rt ion';' .311 n e 8���������F h ��������� ni )ji, gen 11 p n.an j nsi  Turriv*������d. Jj/rfvBoM/CrVws..Bar, we*learn ihat  a miin n>i rn jiil Rielmrd A*h'< who,was. niininir  Rt ,thvfc^plficey w.iji. inst^intlv-kUled h\r fwIJinc*  (1 Awrf;i>n ������*m��������� irfKIvnif?hf.: 51 f 7.!'^t ."liififhi^, stri?<Ir������&  ���������";on hi/Jea;] on thei-'.r^ckH b^low. Bh neck  w'svi' l������V.Oi<'vri/niid r^chl' -, f'n/c'iur^d.-.".. pr,c*,i*s'-1fl  ���������"'ivn's .si/iiRfivf* 6f IreUud. but an-vAniericai/  ^i t '&*ti;' a nd, fib'Vu t 40 yWj i'S of iige., / ���������  O ������ la pt." T11 u������sd: i y ������������i ���������> hi: t h'e on 1 y f o H at  KimioMp<. th'iy' nron^'iy'������'T.V th^ HiVdsori Hay  <>Mii jrniy, c;i jiVr hf fi'.*<*. One huhd reel n rid tii'ty  p untfs'ol flour.-"\vu������ sl.'������'r������d in. ih*������ buihlinlri  w b i ft!������ i������x p t wi rd; co m p \e I ply. ;dem nlfsbii ig ������i.  ii nd kil'inir a valuable til are hplon^inj; lo Mr  T������it. I,rftss-'-fi*y.*0O. The bu:hling������ in the  v?/' ii i ty we re v ef v m u.c h shu ke n; h.v.'. th e eon'  cih*i������>ir and wihdow4 hiekVn. The tir6 is  suppos������d;to have been accidental.  ��������� '��������� ; ^t-\^Aiiyy':yyt  ������������������ Vale. Junef'S^Tliin.;Vtaire lefftat>45"this  nioratua; witli.tne t������>llo.\Vinjr. p*a*������sen<jefs :���������J.  G. Barn^ionv tn.r������������������Bapkerville y Mr Tuvvnsend  (b r,'-i I her o !��������� M r A; To wrisen d). for Van wink h������:  Mrs ' Dun le vy and M j ss. ���������, DI ii s to n, for Soda  creek.' : -.:.'*���������   ��������� . /.! f-f '���������'������������������ f . '.   r  ^���������/VICTORIA/    ���������;���������-'*    l  Vi c toji'������', .rune:!;���������-Men y acres of potatoes  in vichiria. Lake and.Saanich districts weie  bitfi-n by frost on Tuesday ni^ht; The dam-  a<Tc is vory exfeasive.^ Whole fields have  be��������������� u cut do\vu as':wlth a^scyihe.        7  The pest hou^e pa'innts are. recovering,  a nrl n 0 fresh cases 0 (,sma) I. pox ha v& madu  their app������������arance.. The small-pox at-Portland  is all over.  Viclnna.( Jane 6���������Among; ihe pnsqengers  per steamer Prince Alfred, which sailed from  Ran Francisco for Victoria yesterday, were  Messrs. \V. J. Macdonald, If. J. Roscoe* 3.  'hmnin^hnm, E. Dewdney, J.S.Thompson;  and Cant. Pinch.   ;    .   ;  A special, tjuied.'Ottawa, 5ih. says Mr Smith.'  the Miuisier.nf. Marine and bl^heijes, is acting  Ktinisterof Justice. No appninlmenl bas been  inr.de in place of Mr Doriuii.  Mr Roseoe, rtim.nr says, sold a coal mine in  Montreal fur $(JO,0()0. Il>evinjf failed to  <H!.'ide, tho Colonist f credible"' is going after  Mm. ���������   "/'  gen a tor Cornwall left for home last n'icrht  Mr IJarnston was^iinong Cariboo passengers  yesterday.   r  Viotorie, Juno S -The steamer Isahel ar  Di\ Po well'. Indian / Commissi oner/: sail e������V  0 'ii ilu/E nf er prise fVuvi he interior iliiSuii.orai.ng:  .;.. An" in i] i re^t was he j d y este id ay on lhe b ody  ijf Kate Clark: whf/came'to;;liyr"^Ueai-ii ��������� sud  (lenly on tS* in' rday- 'as reported;- 'The jury  '"'. I eri i anded;. ni\h JS.ti v m (fc teiii - e x an 1 i u at j oh ������ nd  :;!ih in^n'iry'was adjourned ^ur/jit.to-day.; The  Tvonmn who was,in company- with Kate Clo.rk  wiien��������� ihe la11ekme.t 1 ier:"deatli-Iias;been'i> 1 iic��������������� cl  und k v a rn rs t v fro in w h i c u i t, ja J uleii ed that  ��������� on! play ia,i*usspected. ; -.       :i    .- [ -, .* _*'   .  . ,   ���������     ^.^m -       OTTAWA. .   -   ���������   ' "  ;   nitaw^..ljuie.p4A Cabinet/Council last  ;������ veniu ������- di; cu-ssed 1 he" Sedproc|tyf^Treat y .-������������������������ ���������  T116 (Jiii 1 -a,fti '��������� ui.. pp n uh issl 0 n er w [ \ [ . sb o rtl-y re -  fjmt^u;W;n^l|higie  ,11 ae 1 i0ra 1.ion 0fCertain proposed;terins.,*  U-NTTED.STATES./  ;   ^  New Y<>rk. June 3���������The:I'roduce Rxol.iange  iJoniiiiiitW had a,highly unsaiiRlJsctorylntei^  view with the President to day regard ing Use  Ch i i a d m n I.v ��������� c i p roc i ly T rea ty.'���������'; They; be I i v v e  if will be sent lo the Senate.   X'f  ' Wash ink\ on f 3 u ne 4 ���������The '" h igh la H ff in fl} j  have comu������eiic/d war against the hew Reciprocity Ticaly.'\yi.tji Canada..i  ���������   New Turk;June ������t^rThe Chainber of. Com  uf'rce to>d.ay adtjpted^i^sbiuti^njavoimig a  ! I > e ra I a t\d jus t.' Reel p ro ci f y T rea ty b et wee d  Canada aud the United. States* j, ��������� ;������������������ ���������  T;V. ���������'v "(ff fywp&P&f.:fff''::':  London- June d~The Times says a!temp's  at a I'.l i ������i"ri ce, b e.iw 1 ?e 11 Ce n ifes of Fre n c h. A rsm a j  t> j y will p i*n bah ly. fai I. ��������� -/Rig h t Ce n ire Ohjer.t s  lo"re'cngnilinii of Eepublic. which Left.-Oeutre  considers indispensable. ' , ' -v "  ; Rome / J u tie 4 ���������Tim Pope is a������ a \ hi 11' wi l h  I'evcr, and the physiciiuisare'alannal at his  condition. .    -^    ;:.    / ' ' ' ; f  Madrid.:'June 4'-Gt'n. Salamanca reports  A������ enc n sjf men t wi th f> OOtr Ca rI is ts y es 11������rd ay,  i 11 w li * ch t. he Iat lei we re re p u .1 sed w ith a1 oss  ������{' 7{) k i I led a nd woii nded. The Caiiists oc -  cupy Rosas.  London. June 5-Jefferson I  R  Keep 011/hand everything  l'|EplM-to  MISCELLANEOUS.  ���������1.-'  STANLEY, LIGHTNING CREEK, ,  SAMWHV- ���������'-'���������'-'   ' il'    *       PiWrttttor.  ��������� _ ���������  Board, -  -  $9 per .Week,  Single Meals, 75 cents;   :  iftjL. The Table furaisl.cll with tlio best. lhfi;iviarkot  Hiliiid?. . . .   . .;������yStiai  TJi^pTtW-r-ncf p'o'lilier-ilfv o\'tou<'.oV/to.tho o\\ firm'  i-? h>pMcLful!y-"-rilic>"d ftir'Llio now ��������� ��������� my!6 Cm   ;  /.  -BARKERVILLE,.  Auctioneer, Gomniissioii  .. and Mining Ageritp  !  S  "g^&:>??isrec>ivo������i an? suirwt In FlrCK-PKOOF-  CELLAR, i'-ntl liberal aclvnuce? madQ oii.^O������e. at  Vcy.';a;ibl? r':if>?.      -'��������� '���������'. *   '   "������������������m-������,fe������   ���������  '���������; C. Jo  LEGG  So!:[citor"& Notary Public  T/ny s Victcsriii'on Honlay/ilie _5ih   May in.n:iut.  for the  -'   STANLEY, LIGHTNI^G'CREEK;:/  ; R. McDERilOTT,     ��������� ���������   , :���������   ������������������-'..   raorRiET.Ott.  ;:������������������jgjpTKe'-Wt' Win'^V Itiprrr-; nnd Cigar.? at the  Bur, an ci all; visiUiK mace li.r.ipy. and cpwluriablc..,  ;my8"6m;;   :fff{ "\; f .' ' *_   ": ;      .';'  WORK. ON THE C. P: R AILROAD  /      MAY EE  DELAYED,      ^  i  Blacksmith,/- -//--Stanley,  .', Is at his old .Stand, .n nd, is prqnrc-d lo do-  ALL KINDS OF- WORK7 IN*'HIS lilNE, ���������  -; ;.;. >'-./;/'-'��������� X-Xffffj --.ffftt. f'-f'-yir v. ���������';  ���������  r*ri )m pt ly, artistically, aud at Xh c. lb jy est. going r��������� Alias*  ��������� >-:JY."^-H:iv'mg ��������� a- l^ATHF:. ;:on Alio '��������� premises?, -  '���������:    ������Turned: Work mad e ��������� a,: specialtj'.-: r    /  /CASSIAR MINES,;  aVi will  remain iftcro iniMl 0-w en-! of S:������ptom'*p'r  rr>y:r������  HOTIGS.  SPRING CIRCUIT.  A COITBT 07? G-KNE"-?AT'. ASS^v  ANp  n.Kd P:)ii-iT. -m\h of-.Xif-i !-Tia-,..\v5.il ln> lii������|d ;it  so ���������jn.!������\/i:.->:iti.invl j>l 'C.'S -^ l������>Hi,H-s..aij4l ail  A  iwvlidf t!}<;- vin'u������r.;iv>:ii.;.rn-*!l ]  \ula:,k-%- ;u-' l)������-r."l,y nnilfl ;0 t'^ attrnvi i!n-r:a'....  X =n ti-iin, Tiiur*1 '.v. 30lh April. ���������'    ��������� .     ��������� ���������   .  X- .u- W >��������� H; ii n?tftr, Tl: i. rd. I.sy. >iay 14. .  V;������Ij\ T;K������tny. M'V Ul.  1.VLI:���������;;-. l*'ri l:tr. May ^.  K-1 rh I'm ������ps Tl:������ r><! ny. M siy *J3. *;  ' ��������� ;f������:U ��������� ��������� n.. Tt; ���������> I������������������ y. J u r. c;/.  Qiu'.sn--iHifMiih, Sa;iirb������'yi'Jnn��������� 6.  Ri.'j'fi-H; Wu'IU'*S'kiy-. ".l'������'no 171'  Tl:P Fiil Assist; tuisl-niiy (illi ���������������' Asfi?.;s :li ocwrfou  p.r->y r *.uii". v;ilS Ju.-r.-dfti.T')<���������. li.:v:jJ.  Dated lOili u:iy-of-April, 1ST4.     -    .-���������/���������  Bv coiiunaud.  ;��������� JOHN1 AFH,  my3 ; rroviiic-al S'crciur.yt  .    .ri.SCIM &   DALY.  B7.G. T.) A NX{) U N'Cf: THAT Til h Y H AVER K.WO *.'fc" D  io thi* .^jvici'.us |ir ���������������ii:>':s fiirmerly kii'nvn as (! o  Sf���������:  Owr4*-' S.i!��������� 'i'H,- -.���������������.';ore Ihey 'will *lirc ui al'i: tii:'sts ���������"  t������rcu.:ved .torant'Uh fc      ;   ..       . .-.   .  ���������BOARD    AND    MEALS  OR   THE   BEST - QUALITY. ���������  T-'.a   b.VR is forKislicd" with the Quest  WINE?.  l,IQ.UOHS-iuiii-ClfiA7lS.  Board, ��������� ���������  Der  neek  ���������BarkTvillcBr  T  ^^tffnr 1TIE G9UITY G0OST0? BRITISH  rlvod yo.su-r^ny rnoi'iiing Iroia For*. Wranpfel  with 25 pusseBgers. No news of importance  5) as yt������t coniti through from the, inlires. 11, iri  reported Mio Oaliformn co. washed tip over  $.*ifl00 iti four days, and I hat Mooro & (Jo. are  drting w*������ll. Fi eig111 from Fo?��������� t Wrange 1 is  SSO per too. and p������Ffut������a S:j5. Tli-'re are  Buppo.sod to be uboui. I")(>0 men at tbo mine.s.  Very few rcuuhi at Fort Wrangle or Buck's  Bar. -  Jvevv York to day on sw*������in*������r Atlantic. The  ovntng.uf lli������ Durham Oollieries have, ejected  si. Uwge number of men who were concenii'd  in Hi** s hi ke.; 0 vor 200 fa n'rii ies are oa in plug  hi tlie Hi'tt^., . ,.     f ..  ; T/)naon,,,Jnne 8+ Standnnl Paris corre?-  }) o n deuce .siiys the in a n i ffs I o o f trfsf t Ceil Ire  ealllttg for (i-clarainih of. definite public ilifi-  so! u! i(������n of ��������� Aw ��������� mb 1 y, h as. ca u?e< 1 s_n������ates'  ���������sensation since the overthrow of Thiers. It  is ereneivtUy Uionjrht'-itwtits effect, will b^ to;  haslrn day tor dissolution, and will not/in-,  p rt i v e p \'i ������sp acts f i > r es ta b 11 sh m en t o f r og\\\ ar  CrOvermu������'ni.. Conservatives are in dismay, :  Madrid, May 7-It is rumored that the Car-  tUis have beti'n defeated at Gaugores with tt  lots of li50.  BUEYEYIF  CT.  ARTIES INTENDING TO AVAIL  litems'.Ivos <>i' IfeU'ttGW Mining l/uv ������nd to put  cli*4P _li_ir KEwund, aim U;iv������ tlio Survey of tUc &xm  ttirl 3f:ij������s iu uK* by addressing  CAFT. O. J. TUAYA1LLOT.  GOI/J-MUIA, IIOEOEN" AT FIGIIFIELD.  tirHEBEAS A'PETITION TOR AIdJUDT-  -I'V ciMonbr- R'P.kvMntcv, !lt<js*rJn* dntp, tl������������ t26tli  dny <ir.Mj������y, A.D l������74./lmt^i U������������������i /Hily Dl^'l al  T!id������fi:-l'l, ' in ibft Come v Court f������C r������rili������!vC<;linnl)i;i.  ?ifliu?iii Hmikrup'cy, hv "DAVIM THOMAS PlUCK:  ���������d Lowhuo CivHc Fr.'.c ������!l!inr, im 'f'r which tbu ^i-i-l  IVivi'iTiiQm.jifj.V'riC'h.-is liccn ^Iju'lBfftd a B\nlvivnpl..  nor ic': H 11 i^rol iy.'.- gi\y ntiml tlio sail Bauk ni pt is  lion'hy' r^auircit to surr-n l^r Idaiftdf tn the snia  Ci������nvi} at tlie ilist.mod i.n.$������ ol" m'titnc?, to bo lrol-1'b(*-  r������r.;tiio=:ni() CJonrt ot. Tlich(i"l;i on the Stlidny of  Jun^al 11 o'ctnek i������ Uje toi-.fiioon.precisely, anft also  to the Court iit'tlm socou'l inwUng to be lnjld at' the  pjim.' pVior ;iu i l^ur.un.ihe loth day of June. A.D.  1^74, tor the s;n'l Ruiknipt to piss his examination J  At tlie first mwlinc, Cr-.mvns or^'to come n_*l provo  their dobtB. arui choose an as.������iiue������e or assignoos of*  the Bankrupts ofttutu anil eft**ota,; ������t tlieaecon<i  rrtifti n ^-,' pr* l0t*of" cl ^'s ������t credit ors wi 11 be' roc- 'i ve fl k  an-1 t-luT Ban krapt '-.v i 11 be ivqa i r-vd to fiubinit hi in sA<  to be "X iminiKl u\v\ to make a tiill fli?clo?ur^ aiid Mis  c: i very ol' nil Iiis estate anUelTocts, ami to finish his  ex;i.iniii;iti'in.  Notico is hereby srhren to all persons in 1 ehtc-.l to  thc snl 1 Bhnkttn.it or ihai Iwvo'nny. of his efft'flU*, not  lo deliver tho sfimc hut tij J.u\v:3 Luvlisay of- Rioh-  fl������vM. OOii'iil As.-'iLjnee, wlmm th;* Court has {tppniittr  etl, ri'iiil "ivenofie^ t*> Mr I'.-irk of TMrkorvill^, Solicitor  Ju\liii maiwr of the p >Liti"������n.  JAMES USPS AY,  Cl i*k rouniv Court :\n.l Olliciil Assignee.  Kicbael', M.iy titt, 1^71. -   lftyUO  C  PROPRIETOR.  The Oelebrated .5LXX Ale  will he nnniifticturetV and sola by ^Wholesale ���������_d_S������  tail iii t ta. purily, a-liil"'  ���������        ..���������; i   ��������� t   ��������� ��������� ���������    t..  The best Liquors fe.Oigg-r^  cobs Urn tly kept on Imn-.l.  Tlio. Lodging Department  will be always cnrefuHy otton-leil to, amj the fr-st  lii������U nn������l accunnn'Jii-aiion  pjoviiictl tor. tlnir <ai5-  dcM ?.-*���
SATURDAY, JUNK 13, 1874.
o; .���
/ ��� -..
The public raind wiii doubtless be pre-
ri -red for tbe important announcements made
" ��� the special telegrams in to-day's Skxtinel.
v^r Mackenzie has withdrawn his wholesale
r. taxation propositions made through Mr
tiMgar, and a delegate is now on his way to
I.mdoh to present the appeal of British
Columbia against the breach of tbe Railway:
(Hatise of the Terms of Union to the Imperial
authorities. On account of the late hour at
ubtcb we received the dispatches, we are unable to comment.fully on an event in our hie-
i -ry that may possibly destroy the found a-
lionn of this young Dominion. Repudiation
S ���-. * strong word to use,-but- it Is painfully
forced upon ns by the informal manner in
^hicb Mr Mackenzie placed bis relaxation
' foheme before the Local Government, the
wholesale nature of the relaxation proposed.
snd the evident bribing of a mercenary
j MirnniiHt iri Victoria..whose boast is "aThank
God, Pm not an Englishman 1" and who was
... i -
the leader in an outrage on the Parliament of
the Province 8bmi_..few  months age, to try
nnd influence public, opinion In favor of the
ucceptance of propositions which would stave
o'f the completion of the railway for a cen-
turv. We are forced to tbe conclusion that the
.repudiation of the-railway bond is sought by
the.present Federal Government.   We'hope
the situation is not so bad as it looks from
the information at present-before us. but our
n-mieal to the 1 m pen al  an th o ri ties will at
least save ns from the danger of being ridden
povev. roughphod by Mr Sfactccnzie.
LECICUB.--A; lecture was delivered by Rev.
Mr Hall at the Wesleyan Church on Wednrs
day eveninp.     Tbe. subject-^** ITeroes and
��� Iloroism"���was well bandied Irom a religious
<>r moral stand��� point, and the andience�� were
well pleased with the evening's intellectual
entertainment.   At tho close of the lecture a
vole of thanks was given to the lecturer, and
Goplain Evans, who occupied the chair, supplemented the thanks of the audience by com
pliutenting -tbe rev. gentleman on his ability
st* a toe hirer; and praising the people of Wil-']
liitms.Cfeek for attending the intellectual re/
pnst f11 rnished. them In such good 1 y nu m hers.
Wednesday, July 1,1374.
1 1st P/rze, 2<l Prize.
Quoit Match,    -...'..'���'.       $20 00
Standing Flat Jump, with c>r without weights. ���������������-���������-.      -    ��� . 10 00
Running Flat Jump, with o.: with-     ...
out Wrights, ���      ���      .<        7 50,
100 Yard Foot Race,        -       -    -   10 CO
:>00 Yard Foot Race, ���  :      12 00
75 Yard Wheelbarrow Race, {no
prompt inq), ... 7 50
50 Yard Three Legged Raco,   -        10 00
S00 Yard Chinamen's Race,     - 7 50
For all the above Sporls two entries or no money
given;   where second prise Isgivoii; three entries or
no second priz".    Enirutce Tee. 00 cunts, with the 6x-
ception uf Cida'mv.Vs race.   ���
/j_f>5p����rts to eoram-ocu at TEN o'clock a m sharp
A Signal Gun will be lircd.    A Salute will be tired at
$0 00
0 00
2 50
2 50
0 00
0 00
2 50
350 Yards..Heats; 3 in 5; 25 yrite distance; weight,
130 \)\jt Three entries ano two lo statt; or no race.
Eutrance, $25,:';/���
MINK US' PURSE,   -      -       $150,
3,��0 Yards. H-s*it��; 2 in 3; 2"> yards distance; weight
130 lbs. Entranc', $10. Winner of Stanley Derby
barred.   Two entries or no race V-
HACK  RACE,       -       - V $75.
���350 Yards. ��� Heats; 2.in 3; 2J yarl.s.dtabnce; weight
ISO U>���. ���Bfttrahce, $5. Two entries*' or uo nice.���
Winners or previous races barred.
VAN WINKLE PURSE,       -       -        $50.
-350 Yards./ Single dash. Winners ot Staiil'-r Derby
���and Miner's Purse/ 'barred/: W'e^ht; 130 lbs. En-,
trance, $2 50.   Two.entries or no race;'f-t
SIWASII RACE,       -'    \0*ti   $15.
550 Yards: Heats, 2 in 3; 25 yards distance; catch
weights. Three onirics "or no raco." Horses to be
owned by Indians. \'f
f&&- BALLOONS will be s��nt up il_i.*n;r I bo
day, ami a display of SKY-ROCKETS an-.
<> Ja-r FIREWORKS   will .take, place during tbe
rveriug. '-',.'"
;^tu��d*yi;,:fe %v 1874.
-     . R v. ?fu Halt;, at the .cortciusion of hm
,' -: i tHjui re. ,:.' i nf 6 r m ed  th e meeting th at as th a I
f\ro\\ Id  he A he last opportnn i ly  he  wmil d
ji rob a 1)1 y   have   of   a d d rossi ng   m an y   of.
them, he would **nto the  limo was drawing
'/ near when five duties of the Ministry would
o b ]\ge hi m to sever; hla con nectinn wi th the
pinipto of Cariboo and de��part for a new seen**
'of Inlfor. He could not, therpfo.ro, let the occasion pnsn without returning his''warmest
tha ntca'i and also I hrise ; of Mrs Hal ly to the
people of Williams cnjfk and neighborhood
"ftir - the Tnndness n n d f riendsh ip sho w n   o
. iluun d��iring tfieir sojourn": in Cariboo, and lie
rcp-mitrd that the itinerant system of. tie
Wesleyan Church obliged him to separate
from w��rm and valued friends. The rev
jiviitlenmn also read some figures showinp*'
' tlu* receipts of the Church from voluntary
riuiirilni ionB Ourin'p: his' incumboncy, tlie
i-vi-rui!*' n(tendance. An. The collections in
���Utftvftti djuingf the three past.years amounted
lstlh^.e. 2d PrrA'\
$7 "50
$2 50
7 50
���A f 0
7 i>0
7 ftO
.    0 00
6 00
0 00
10 00
5 00
Running:Hop, h-^ip and iumpr
���Runr ing Higli Juiup,     ,   ���       ��� /
Vaulting High Jump,        >      ,rV ,.
Pulling Stone, 22 ll>s.;   '���   r
'   "      .  ���"������   .14 H)S., v.-.,-���. :
Hurdle Rice, 120-yards, 5 hurdles,
'6���feet high.������ '���.. -.    "-  '���������;-"->.  :���
Fruit Race, 1.0 Bog Orangys, 50 yds j 10 00 the oran.t,"*;:
.Sack Race,      ./'..-      -       -'��� -.  "-... .��� .-.'7 50 . ,'      2 50
:Scrub K-- w, 100 yards, last m;m to      > ���
pay $2 50 to' win ner,        -      - ,.,' 5 00
Ri.iits! Riic\ 50 y;irds,. to envry not
.. less than 125 lbs.,   . ������:   : - / -\     8 00 0 00
Si wash Rice, 200 yards, .;;; -      / .   n 00 2 50
��� En t ra n ce Pees the. sa me as, alio v��', with the exc ep-
ti-jii of the Fcrub uni Si wash Race:'!. For Scrub 'Race
n��one allinved.���It/enter who lias,i��in in any of the
a Hjye races.   For oilier rules, see above.
SWinn-rs of Howe-Rich* Faracs will be jnin at
Robert llcDcrnioti'sSalo.m, at 0 p.m. on thc even.n.
of each Uay.
Purses- will bo run for on
Too Programme will be made pablic on the morning
oftheSd July, 1S74.
JOHM WILSON   Munnivin.
'    MARSHAL BiUY, PwinHniy.
ROirp* JlcDERMOTT. Treasure.
SUnley, Jutic 12,1S74. J.1'13
A Man to Stand on his Head
\J   Wire extend��d from the !'<���!�� in fmnl of  lh"
Stanley Hotel u> the l'ole in  front of MeDennott;s
Saloon, at a hei��btof 80 feet ."rom the {iroim I.
App!v tit the Vulcan Company's Shaft. House,
���     _*      jc!3    _^	
i ii ion
f i r s t  P a.y-y
^stPriz^. 2-1 Prize
1. p.antoe RiiO'\"50 yar Is, 5 Murpheys, $7      ?2 r��o
o ���   - --.,
15 ,
��� 7, "'
fl':. ���
.7 50
���������fi. ���������
.'.,'& -��� "���
* 8 .
5 00
2 50
RAVB BEEN INSTRUCTED by the Secretary oj
the   . ...
to sell hy Auction,
ON MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1874,
the Interests of the following Shar-'holdrrs la the
Nison C-impriny, on Antler Creek, tor Assessments
due, viz.:
JAMES P. KAITTING, One Inter >st.
DAVID S. JKNKINS- One Iutvrest.
I have also been 'inst ructod by the Secretary of the
lo sell by Auction on tho same.' date the Interests of
the blowing Sharaliolders in the Opldr; Comi'why, ou
Lightning Creek, for Assessments du'-, viz.:
WM. BOWMAN, Five Interests.
H. ORTON, One lnierrwt.
J   PHIL!IV, One Int-rest.
W. MCCHM.OCH. On-: Int��-r:.st,
JOSE!'II JOHN'S, One Inter-st.
Pules? the ninounts <!ue .-md accruing flit" <m
int< rest rtrr pail, :uwi costs, on <>r ii.dori: the sal
;i��iy of June, 1S74, all ihe alOr-suid. Inleresls \vill he
sohl nt the Barkerville Aucfion Rooms.
Terms cash.    No reserve.
jel3/ ./, Auctioneer.
ON MONDAY, JUNE 22. 1874. at 12 o'clock
noon, at I>Hrktu-villo.
r,50 Vards. Heat? 3 in 5; 25 yards distance, Kn~
t ranee, $15. Wfig.lt, 1^0 i Us. Ti irec en I lies a nd two
to .start or, no race; if three or more start, *seconU
hofsft' to suve ejitranc fee. Wime'f 'of Stanley BV-rby
md Biirkervillo Dominion Parse burred.
lo $2.12B 85. ooutribulions toward* church
Wl n��rwmfi���� imprnvoments wifhfn last, iwo
\**nr�� ^l.UH). Tho church and parsonage lire
"now free from debt.
Since I ho al?f vo was In type, T7e learn thai
the Key. Mr Hal' leaves by Sunday's express.
H telegram having be*��n  received .yes ter day
which   necessitates   his   depnrhire   a   week
p-irlfer than intended.   We but express Hie
f-ellngsof the people of Cariboo of al! de
iiomfni>iion8 when we say that they regre?
the departure of a minister who has alwajf
during his stay amongst us merited our es
liem; nnd who in the performance of f!i��
dtiff#*a of his sacred calling has never given
oftVnco to lljiose in this mixed community differing from him  in religious matters.   The
good wishes of our people will go with and
follow tbe rev. gentleman.
350. Yar-Is.   H-'a Is, 2 in 3/ 25 y'nrds distanee,    En-
j trance, *10. Weight, J30 lbs. Two entries or no
race. Winners of Stanley Derby an<l Lightning Crude
Purses, and Harko. /Pie Dominion purse, .barred.
:V)0 Yards. Heats, 2 hi 3; 25 yard* dis*a'��c ; citcli
weishts. Bntrmce $2 50. Thre��* entries or no r��ce.
Horses entered in tiie lour principal, previous rac-s
CONSOLATION PURSE,      - .    $b*0.
Forbejiten Hor.'ps. 350 yards; sbiel.' flaf*'i; odcli
weights.    Siwasli horse * barrel.   Enl'Muce $ 2 50.
SWASH   llACE,'     -      $10.
350 yards. Heals, 2 in 3; 25 ynnls distance; calch
weights. Tliree entries, or no r.tc \ Hoi cs to b.*
owned by Indians.
I have been instruelod by MR. S./ A .'ROGERS
to sell by Auction ��ju the above d-Ue,
.-���   Consisting of . '"'
And.oilier articles too numerous to mention.
tjgU Terms at Sale.
j'13 Aueti >neer.
2. Ti"P U.iee, 50 yards,
3. >'oot lt:c , :;00 yards, .,
4. Sack H;ice, .  . ..; ..��� ���.
5. Fo;��i K.-'ce. 150 yardi>% ,    :   j ���
6. Wheel bit i row Rlice (no prompt in��),
7. Hurtle Knee, 100 yards,.5 hurdles,
3 luet bljjh,
8. Hop, Skip an �� Jump,
9. Foot H;ic-\ 100 vur.is/  ..: '���; ':'.'!"''i
.10. ?crub K ro/, last man forfeit $'Z 30,
11. Cldu-iin -rr- Kane.   00 ynrds, ,,/;  ���
12. Tti'ihn Uace, 200 yards,.-''- ������-.;/. ffi
13. n>ysai��d (Jirls' HaildiCnp;.:,.#.'.'"������
Tor all K;jcrs, iwi> en^triesornorace. fiffl
Rninuice fee for 300, 150 yards, -and Hurdle Rtcv,
$1. All other S|i iris 50 e -ins, .-xc-pl Scrub, In IfciV.
Oldiicse, and Hoys an ', Girls' Hnces.
ft."?), The Sport? will coniiri'-nceatTKN n'cl-ckun.
Khar p. A ?-itcnal giiii will be lired. A pilule will be
llred at noon:
DOMINION PUI?SR.   -   -   -   -   SiOO,
350 yards; heats, 3 in 5; 'lo yards dlstanco; carrying
not jess tban 00 1 b.s. Kuirauce, $25. ��� Tlsrco ��� vutriea
or no race. ���   :.;.:,V::v:;;,i':^.'-'-/;'::'^/::'v::-ov-:'':'"."; '
PKOPLE'S P0 llBEi:/^.T5S--;^fli-i;
350 y a rds; hen I s, '_ I o 3; 25 y si f��ls it ista nc ���; ca rry big
not loss than 90 li�� En in nee $10 Wliiiier. of* IU-
nVii j ii iu I'n rse b; i rred.'. T>vo en t ri ea o r uo race i
S 'Oojjt| hors
rn tries or n . r..C'
.-. V;:*; .' SE C OSD  , D'A^Y'f. ;.f :
:Tlmi;sday, July2, 1874.
WILLIAM5 CREEK PURSE,   - s-." "���   $300
350' ya r ds; hen ts, 8. ill���-' f; 25 y :��� rd y ��� d is tn n c�� E n ���
trance, $10; carryiiiu not l*>ss limn 00 lbs ; twoen-
i.riits or no r.tc ���; il thrao untries,.second in to save
ebtr.iliCi-: fee..  . . " . ���' ���
iiAT)IESV PURSE,   -   -   $100,
yiris';   heats, '2 in 3, crnrylnir iH)t less than 90
;' 25. y: i rds, '��� I is tan ce.    IStii M lie:   ^10,
I! is. ;' 25. y: t rds, dis tan ce. En in it c: ��� 5? 10, addei I ;���
Wiunrrs of Dominion*and Williams .Oreok Purses
ourred.    Two entries or no race.
Entrtnoes for tie; StanJ-y D-rby Purse to be made
before 10 p.m. June 29tl'., to. tho ^eeii'-biry, Marshal
Uray, S ta n I��� y Hote],' Li ��.d j In��n g Creek. Ku t r i ne- -s for
ilie l/igbtning Creek Purse to be marie before 10 p.m.
July 1st. to the. Secretary, at theStiintty Motel.���
Other entries to be made v> the Secretary J*5 nduutes
beidre starting.
No J.clceyiujr allowed. All dispui * settled by the
H-i.tr -1 ./U'lg'sJ
1*IW*# lot SpyrtH v.'jJl he n ij'I W til" ;;round.
Frrun the 3'r ijjrietnrs.
Stationery,  Cutlerv,  and
350 yards; heats, 2 lu 3. Entrance $2 50; three entries or no race. Winners ol lour jirincipaj races
barred.    Catch weights.
SI WASH RACE.   -   -   $10,
(Hfuves owivd by Indims.)
Secen 1 Imrse In $5.    -J5U yar Is; three horses to run;
lieal-, 2 In '���'>; 25 yar Is dist.inc; natch weights.
CONSOLATION STAKKS,..-'. -    $fi(),
ForlKMt-n Burses; &&t y:ar��ls, single dash.    Horses
Inivintr run in .Siwash Racirs barreu.   EniMUce $il 50.
0:ile!i weigh ta.
Enlmncef! for Dominion Umw to ho mmle before
10 ji.m. nn .lun." Will, to the S.'crelnrv, ai the TKLti-
(iKAi'Il (IFFIUW, K*i k. rvillo, to be op.,��ned at N.
l'UN'10'.S tJALDOX
Enlnuices lor VViltimus Creek Purse to be mnde he-
fore 10 p.m. July UU to the S-.eretary. at tho TKldO-
(JlUl'lt   Ol-'KlCi:,    B-U'ici rvtile,    to   bu   op-ned   a
,M At>0 N Ci l)A L \ \S B iftffA UKAi\>'.
Oilier Entries to be inaUo 15 minutes before'sin: *
Nro Jockey iug Jillovod. ��
All disiaites to besetil >d hy the. i'atrol Ju l^es.
CHAKI.Krf WILSON, Cluurue1",.
KIOHAltl) ALLEN, 8ecrola*   .
mJUU iiOSS, Treasurer.
Il'.rkcrville, June 5, 187L I ������'���
Horse & pottle Medicines,
Mining Claim for Sale.
OinniKiny, ���WlHiain Creek, fur siile r.lieai.-. .
If not sol.I helore the i!0Lh of Jone,  it v:iii  be sold
ty Auelifin
Apldy lo
CEO.  MYl'NEl?,
i>iy:!0 '.'.nUiotUTr. j
350 yards; heats, -in3; 'lb yards/djsian*>\; c:tle,h |
wri^uts. ��� Eulr.��nce ��'5, Wi liners of; jV^vloW i/c��-8 |
barred. :.'.'- '''yf.-'f''Jf''""'' ':'-';< f.'f       "'*'
BARKRRVILLE; l^TJKSE,; $}&; $#;,;,���
250 yird.-'   single tle.sh;   winivrs .of :.r>>nitnlbn ''li't
H' ��� 'p I ��� ;,s' pit rses ba rre d;   c; ilcli  weigh ts.'   Kii lr. wea
$2   50.- Tf   -,.:.;,=-.,.V-:.,,:T,^,,^^J,.-,--....  ....
SIWASH RACK. .>"'',.-   -   -    $15,:
(Pi ��r U�� >rs-*s ; >wtied by In d. jn n *.)
$&.    350 yarls;   heat.s, 2 in o;  three
25 yards distunee; cilch weights.
yff n  V;  **  y:  tl:  *$  i  fist  mm  1  MS  m  'mm  m  m  k  fen  80  ISO  at*,  bo  invtl  :lil*.  ,300  Bn*  en-  savo  in 90  rt."���������  irsed  i en-  "ucea  run;  irses  150.  )fore  Swe  ���������  H������  B  BB  Hi  ii  mm  mmm  PH  ries  mm  :   -'������������������-'���������>-  "-  , =���������< Si  .'hii!  111  Pli  iilulv  ?iii������  .iC-i*  ���������Met  illC'J  K  iM.Kto'ii.jctzssageatxcsi  T1IEJAMBQ0 SENTINEL  "SArURDAY?JUNE .13, 1874.  ;       BIRTH. /; ���������';.  At Barkerville. on the 7th June, the wife,of  JtnfS-BowBOs, Esq., Goveraihent Agent, of a  ''���������dmpti^ilffypfl  IMPORTANT TELEGRAMS.  ��������� Ottawa; 3\m 11���������The Edgar mission In  British Columbia has proved a complete failure. Reports that Mackenzie has withdrawn  Edgars proposals are true. The Globe says  the British Columbia Government will have  to *vn& a Commissioner to London.   /  Victoria. June 12^-The following telecrram  was dispatched to the Right Hon. the Earl of  Carnarvon, H, flL Secretary for the Colonies :  Victoria. June 12^-The Ministry desire me  to notlly you iliai n delegate proceeds imme.  diately tn London to p.resent tlio nppeal of  British Coiiimhia:ngaihst the breach by  Canada' of the Railway Clause of the Terras  of Umon. '���������i';- fl /���������"���������// ';; ���������  (Signed);    Jdtserii W. TnuTCU.  ;P:, QUF^NEtMOUTH,'/;. .���������%���������;./'  Qiiesnvlm'biith; Jiute 12~-The stenrrior ..X\o}:  toriii arrived at 2 \km , hringinp a'/-few pas:  pencers. about 10; tons of freight,, a rid a few  Vead of eatt le; This being the fi ret:"trip o f the  a- imni. the tuw������ was dreused with flugs f ur the  .occasion.  ; Tlie Courtof Assize wife? held here yesterday.    His honor Jnslice. Gray: pnssidyd.-^'���������?  .-.-������������������ Tl ������ere Wiii #" n O' cashes before the Con rt. his  honor addressed the people generaHy thrmi gh  ;.\,.. the Grand Jnry. milking some very good sug  X geslioiis for'the welfare of the country.  '   - y  '-/;���������-;'  [.YAhK^.y- ;X:-'fff- ���������  '; Ynle. Jii ne 11���������I n clian t Coriim Issloher Pow-  el 1 urri yi������d If;'.r���������. .1 hia mcini ing en ron!e t������ visi t  v --IIih-tribes ������������������'a round- Kainlboj)S.lThe town is;  fi 11 ed wi th I n dians wailing to ha Ve a talk w i th  ��������� the by iia tyhee. ���������       .'  - VICTORIA. \.;" "  .   yiet.oria/- 4fy������Wv 10tr-Sen������tor/Macdonald������  '..M essrs.   . Itoscoe.  . J bit ft ter,    Dew d ney   a n d  Thmijpson return eri from; ��������� Ottawa/ Sy  the  Pihtce . Allred yesterday;^ "Mr Qtinniiigham.  w.bo is com Ing via: Oregon/will ; arrive on  Tin i iwl ay next.   Sen at or (Jorn wall, who ha<1  not recovered I rem the attack-of: varioloid,  remained in hospital at OltawaJ but will be  here hy next steamer.;  Senator Cnrrall. who resides at Ottawa, has  , gone to that place.   Mr DeCosmos. rem ai tied  behind at Ottawa.  Mr Howse, late of the Lands and Works  Department, leaves on Friday to commence  the wtirk of surveying the Indian reservations*  on the miunland. The land will be allowed  at the rate of 20 acres for each family of five  persons. The surveying will be commenced  at Mud Bay.  The following contracts were awarded yea  terday :~ For Fraser river road ���������1st section.  8 miles, J. Grant; 2d. 13 miles,Mr McLellnn.;  3d. 12 miles, Mr Macdonald ; Nicola Bridge.  Thomas Spence.  In the case of Kilty Clark; from the medical  evidence a verdict of accidental ieaXblfwk&  rendered. ��������� f- .  felt.   Weather extremely warm, 95 in the  shade.  Salt Lake, Juno 10���������A car with some live  oysters and lobsters arrived yesterday, ami  an attempt will btt made to propagate them  in the great Salt Lake.,  ;^^';'-/i/^'JEURGm:.- /���������":./���������;���������/  Puris/ June 10���������The Assembly fo^doy, by  a vote, adopted an amen dm out to M11 pici pal  BteotoralBLli,fixingage of- efectors aC2l-i^  stead of 25 years; as; the Government had  fixed .it, which is thus defeated on a vote of  vital - iinpbrtuh.ee i A strong guard .waipi a ced  over the train Which conveyed the Deputies  lrom Vereaiilea to Paris this evening io order  to proitect the BonapartisU against Gambet-  jtaTtf suppovters.���������, On arrival ot the Pariiamen:  tary : t rai n: here ���������: 1 ast even ing sev eral I3o na-  partiste accosted Gamhetta and defied bim to  repeat his offensive words used ia the Assein-  ������iy->- ,//,/������������������:.���������:���������/'/.:/'/;��������� /���������,       ������������������������������������ ";���������������������������:���������*���������: ���������  London, June 10���������The Paris cor respond eh t  of Daily News r'eporls that while Gambetla  >ya������J waiting for the Versailles train he was  hustled and insnlied by a band of Bona  pariists led by a former secretary arid an ofil  cer of the Imperial Guards. The latter; at-  tentpted lo strike Gambetia.  ��������� Londtm. Jnne lO^Dispalches from India  report serious famine riots. The troops were  obliged to fire on the rioters, numbers of  Whom were killed and wonoded, .;  ; :Madrid, June 9���������Latest advices from ���������(he  'seat of; Avar, are that the Car lists are con een  irating in the iiilerior.   Part of the Repnbli  can army is still at Aurona. Weaiher stormy *  delaying a battle.,.  ������B������to������^���������+-*"'��������� t '.   ' :������������������ ���������'���������������������������   "���������.:������������������������������������'���������'���������  resolutionSv Nothing yet has been said or  done by the Miniatryvih; regard to the proposed alteration of Term 2, as submitted by  our LocalvLegislainre. / :���������"'���������//;  ... There is very little going on at present In  the; way; of amu semen is. Balls and entertainments appear to have been .generally got  t brough���������" ��������� ih the early part of the session, The  Governor General has given several evening's  ������������������'** athorae^ which were^^numerously attended;  The guests:rwere':^nitittalnedf wiih: amatenr  theatricals' of/a very ������������������ superior/ order, the  Oouhless especially .deserving- high praise as  an- aciress^ '���������'.'"; ���������'���������-   .;       .���������:.���������'������������������'.'' ���������/���������/'.������������������ /..:���������'  The weather continuesyery cold and back-  ward^iinUsuaily^^^^^ -say..  There are  no signs:of^ve^etauon/to be seen-here yet,  and navigation as-only commehcing. At Que-  bee the ice-bridge lasted Hill, yesterday^ when  i t broke up, doingr immense dam age 16 ship -  ping in the river.. ' ': /"- JI S. T.X  FOURTH OF JULY AT.ST^VNLEY.  -������-4-  OTTAWA COliRESPOND^OE.  A.T  tmimm  mm  nHf  lift  Victoria. June 11���������The Hudson Bay Co.  shipped between StM.OQO and S 100.000 worth  of furs hy ihe Prince Alfred ye������terd>������y for  England. Stie also carried-away 100 sacks o(  churcoal forS������n Francisco, the first shipment  of the kind from this port.  Tbo tollowing are tbe treasure shipments:  Bank of British North America, $12,581:  Bank of British Columbia, S5.G03 5 F. Gave-  ,BCUe, $G.3I0.   Total, ^2U,333 i  UNITED STATES.  New York, June 10���������Russian papers give  an account of a feartul sleamhoat explosion  on the Volga while racing. The vessel was  blown into fragmenis. h men killed and 18 injured. Eleven have since died. Fifteen pas  f-engers jumped into tho river and were  drowned.  New York, .Tune fl - French paperR publish  a hitter written hy the Poshop of Laurada on  the mission ol Christianity at Hongkong. He  Bays there were 80,000 t'lirirftians. but 10,000  have been strangled, burned or drowned,  "he Bishop adds lie has no hopes of escaping  mnrtyrdom. This conuhnu'cation bears no  date, but is generally credited in France. '  San Francisco, Juno 10���������The wholesale  I'm, or dealers .of this city are taking active  measures to oppose local option. Many per-  B'ito in this city say they Celt shocks of earth-  tin ake at the time they were experienced a I  the Mission.  rW June, Juno 10-~Aboul. fi tliis afternoon  two heavy fthocks of .ejtrllHpiaUe. I������i������!.ing quite  ii w'kilt and acting lrom doutb to north, were  .;//,v..;':-\f/-:\;/;^^  /lEbtTORvSKJfTixi^/:--Parliament which has  11 ow been .sitiitie for six weeks, js appar.en 1 iy  drawing towards the close of its tabors,  althfiiighi!\ttie: actuiii amount^ot .legislation.  completed issyet almost noihing. iiowever;  after, t he principal; subjects; have been /dis'..  cussed as iri u ch; as they ti a ve : b ee h ; h nwl i 1 j o  process of finishing cilf the work, of j be sessi(m  in usually very rap id v and Mr Mackenzie an-  noniiced yesterday that:lie hoped jhnt'i the  busi h ess inigl i t ;b e got th ro ugh in' 1 i 1 He to e n  able Parliament to * be prorogued by; 25 tb  '���������May.  ���������/���������     ^ -��������� ������������������ ,-������  The work of the session ;so far con)prices  the expulsion, after a long debate, of the no-  Uirlous Rielpmeinber lor Pr������yeacherf Man i  tuba, for. which district: he ^is/ likely  to be,  ag a i n retu rn ed ; : the: p assage o f 11 i e vc rea ter  po r tion ,d f : t h e est! mates. ��������� re visa I of tl 10 \ aviS.  which is raised considerablyj/althonirh it /is  still a vexed question whether/there will be  any deficit in the revenue fortheyoar or not;  consideration of. the hew election law. which  ta nearly  through  the  House,  and a larg"  amount of miscellaneous business of no par-  lieu lar importance except to the parties im-  medialoly concerned.   With regard u> British  Columbia nothing of any consequence has  been done ; a few questions have been asked  on various subjects, and answers which could  not be considered generally satisfactory have  us a al 1 y bee n return ed.   T he. fuel; is. t! 1 e p res ���������  ent Ministry have got such iui overwhelming  majoriry at their back that they can afford to  sneer at rein ons tra noes which may be made  against any of their acts by members from  the smaller Provinces.  '   On the 6th instant, Messrs. DeCosmos and  Thompson called the attention of Government  to the dissatisfaction felt in British Columbia  at the conduct of the Post Office authorities,  but no Satisfaction was received' Iurtber than  the. passage of a resolution to furnish the  House with copies of all advortisenienis for  mail contracts, together with names of ponies  tendering for the sume and Hmk sureties  With reference to the stoppage of carrying  bullion by mail, the Postmaster General, in a  very supercilious m inner, stated that ���������' this  had been done in the interest of Ihe public  service.   The catriage of gold dust he con  rtidered as a dangerous nuisance, aa Guveru  moot had no separate conveyance.* for ii.*  transportation.   Jn making tbe order he had  not taken into consideration  the decrease  likely to result to the revenue, but simply the  sifety of Ihe mails."    With regard  lu the  stoppage of  the Parcel Post last winter,  he  replied in a similar manner.   It also  "hud  been done in the interest of the public service, as a barrel of flour could he sent cheaper  by post than by any other convey unco.   Be  aides, if the products of the mines vrw to be  considered  legitimate mail matter, why ne*  the products of. the ngrtcultural districts���������  hot ter..cheese, potatoes. &e.,}  Mr Mackenzie yesterday submitted the term?  of his Pacific Railway policy, which arc tn be  taken into consideration on 12th inst. They  are, I regret to say, Very vague nnd indefinite, but, may perhaps bo improved before the  0 ass age of I he b il I w hie h is to be in t rod u c^d  next week on the subject. A lively discussion may be looked for. The capitalization  of tho Graving Dock Guarantee, is to be  brought up oa Ihoaame day uythe Railway  /RiUTon 5K^,Tl^*KrJ:���������It is: wTith pleasure  I intorm you that the peo] le 0 Ligl.t-  niug Greek are making great,preparations to  celebrate the Fourth.ot July in a becoming  manner. , A largo amount -of. money has been  subscribed for the purpose of getting;all the  race horses together, so as. to have one grand  gala racing tlay. But I am sorry to say that  i have been itiforlnedithe Barkervi 1 le people  a re also? getii ng ; up ;ra ces' for the sa me day.  wliichiwiil -dtvideUhe:horses betv/een the. two  , places, and p robab ly make bo I h celebrations  failures;/ Uow. as Lightulng Creek was 'first  .in the.field/1. tnist\^e vpeOple^''of Williams  Creek wi I \ see' the ii nfai rn ess 0 f tak i ng a step  calcu lated to i nterf ere with p ur ai*rangements.;  [. sincerely^ hope that/a suicidal, policy of  rivalry' betwetut old friends will not be carried  on t or couhtenanced by the people of Barker-  ville.... ' t' ��������� "'        ��������� " .  ..    AvGldGakibooitk.  Stanley^ June 12,187^/; ; /;-/.;,; 'f:  Sprdcq ASSIZES.--A Court of General Assise ani Gaol Delivery; and Nisi Prius, will  be held at Richfield on Wednesday next. 17th  inst,, Judge Gray presiding. There are oaly  a few criminal cases on the docket,���������Joseph  Mathews, larceny 5- Ah \Ian, burglary ; and  two other Chinese for larceny.  The Ret. C. L. Thompson' will succeei R_v.  Mr Hall -iii &e; Cartboo"vvesieyaD Missiou.  Mr Thompson will reach, here about the I0:li  July next, and in the meantime aervices will  be conducted every Suaday evening by ilr  Gilbert Utinroe.;  R,icrxqS::ocK.���������McCouneil's mare TriSe was  purchased by/Mr Dixon on Thursday for  S1000vand brought over to Barkerville. We  understand that several of; the fastest horses  in the. country wilt be-brought to Cariboo  during the next two or three weeks,  Barxahd's KKPnESS.1 with the mails and one  passenger for Barkervilte���������Mv J. %. Bam.  ston, M.P.P.���������arrived at 6 o'clock last evening. Only one passenger booked for tho  down stage, Rev. Mr H:dk;;  This First Pack TiVaix; for Williams em-k  arrived on the; 8th inst.. with fr*������iffht for several Chinese |cms, at 9c. from Yale. The  train: was iu charge of Rodt ig\iex.  / Brk? ^Ciern,B.~~Alei. ;McVtfha, of Grcnso  Creeks arrived pa Tuesday last with VI head  of fine,beef cattle; frptp fiamloops.  .   MINI^;I^mLlGE^CE.   ;  coxki/x Gur.ou.      X  /Fprgnsop':���������company/will/haye/70 oz: this  week,* day/shifts, two" picks working. Th"  tj rou nd pa ys i ah ou t 11 oz. to the set. /Point  Co. down - IT teet; haver struck a little water,  ind will put__) iworslufts in order to bottom  as soon sis possible. White Pine >co. down  3G or 40 feet with their second shaft.  /  -    ; LOWliEECP^KR. ;    \ ^ ^  :/y'ic*oria:co. are on gpod pay./with every  prospect 0 f i ts c������ m ti nuance ;:: .had .20 dzf last  week,.one pick working^:   / ./.  ���������'���������: uqirrxisG oitRRK. ���������/.-. \: \  :The Costello ca had lo; take out their pump  in the early pari of this week, the vaiVt������i be  mg out of oj'der.  They started again;onWL*d-  hesday, and everything is going on smoothly,  LiaitTXtxo Pno(nt.t\i.M_.���������Barkerviiie?s pros  pevous daughter, Stanley, appears determined  to '��������� go the; whole bog or none" in preparing \  to ceiubrate the approaching holidays.   The |  programme in to-day's paper enumerates the  *tliferent sports and races pn the 1st and 2nd  July next, aud the purses to be competed for  in horse-racing aie the largest ever offered in  the Province.   The Stanley Derby purse is  $5b0 and a silver cup, the Lightning creek  nurse 4300,,.and   there   are  several other  purses ranging from $150 downwards.   Bal  loons and. fireworks, are also on the pro  gramme, and. a good lime is anticipated.  Vter Caurous.���������Tlie types make a curious  mistake in. the telegraphic item about the  destruction of tbe Hudson Bay Company's  [fort at Kamloops. . One hundred and fifty  pounds of" fiourM is stated to have exploded,  com p 1 eI ely . (leva01 ishlng the fort, &c.    We  have always been aware Unit tho ancient company whose premises were destroyed gen or  silly had in stock rum of the strongest and  most powerful description, and capable, if  oxploded, of .destroying things both animate  Mini inanimate,but it. is something new to find  thmr turned into a destructive agent.  Tumt-Roi'k Pkkfouaunce.���������In addition to  the programme for the celebration of Domir-  ion Day at. Barkervilje, the celebrated Mons.  GirauiL a to!lower in the footsteps of the  sreat Blond in. will perform on the tighl-rope  01 ty feet from the ground Wo are assured  t!i nt Mens. CM rand, who is an accomplished  artist in his? profession, will give one of the  most graceful enter taint nente ever yet oifered  to the people ei Cariboo.  Th w C01:1 ���������'i' toft Qnosnelracnth for Barke r-  yille y^U'i'duy raovniug.  /;I?0TrcK/^Mr Lindsay, of Van Winkle, will  act as agen t foir the' S^xtinet. on Ligi 1 tniug  Creek) and all orders le (t wi th t hat pen H e met 1  wi II be promptly at I ended t o. Parties r. t  the lower end of :Lightning desirous of sub-  scribing^ wil I plfease leave th e.i r o rders a t it c ���������  Dermott;s, Stanley. Sent by Mail to sub-  acabers atUhe rate of;$l'per month, payable in advance. ^  /:��������� \ '"���������'' *  i-NBW ADVERTISBMl^TS.  ./.:.;'./':';��������� HAS J^r:.REfJiilVED     ���������  ; A! ^LENpiD/A-^OBl'MENTvOF  Ipr iflg;; afiiS amine r  Selected froni tho tw^i Hotiso lu Violorisi, i.  ��������� TURNER & CO.  a.  LADTES1 TRIMMED-nATS,  .     FANCY SILKS,-.  DRBSS PATTERNS,  ���������MJERFNCS.  . /// : ;pLArr>s.  /POPLINS.  BLAUK. ALPACA.  hose,    :  lAirgfi Hail small eizes, anil Cbildr^n'  BEST FRENCH CORSETS,  ARTIFICIAL ������������������PLOW13US,  RIBBOSS,  ���������LADIES' UNDERCIiOTUES,  FANCY FRINGE,  BUTTONS,  SEWING   SILK,  Ac.  Stent's & Boy's Straw Hats  SILK SHIRTS, NECK TIES, BOWS,  SCARFS, BUTTSRFLi ESt &c.  roy9 2ui  C. J, LEGGATT,  Solicitor & Notary Public  Ijosivi��������� VIcturia.on Monday, the"2i������tli Muv Installk  fortius  :/.i- CASPAR MINES,   .  and will rnnulii there until tho 'end of Sqitivnlur  mfxt. ������������v:;o  4 LL PERSONS INDEBTED TSY EITHER  A Hook Account or Nolo l������ A rKNt)<>l,A. .i"  hortliy n-qu^stod tosoU.1-' ihesrerut i.'������ft.������rv th** KIR^T  DAY OF AUGUST NEXT, li' noi--��������� s^tilorl- Hy tfci*  Unte, they will be placed tu I iio Cor, rt. f.������r rrll'Ttion;  A.  PKN*!H>!.A.  Rsirkorvilie, .Tuie* 5, W74.  lO'J  NOTICE.  TjutyPr 01m a use m ok v\ioy\ c a it moo, MR  .lOllS niBBY hol<W ion- I'l.w'T-'f /Ut������'Ni"y.  ' r,Kl;Ni������'At.">' h.aOS,  Da54-; Kvjlla, M: r 10, \$7-1, ������������������** 1'*  \  \  .1  ���������-^-VV.,v.s.-j>,vj,.j.-LS>;;^^^rf^i;j_tai-|W^^ ;;  {23*  ^^gragtrgrem^^  . Declared by Counoisseam������j 1>o  /THE   ONLY   GOOD SAIjgE.  Caution a_;amst Fraud.���������-The snc.ccssor th  ���������ii*j8t delicious -and   unrivalluci Condiment - navlne  * -tru tbe genuine, is to  only way  pro-  1  /SH:  FOR  LEA   &  PERRWSV  SAUCE  ������.������>���������! to seo that their n a m c a a re u pon tb c wrapper  .1  '.aKLSfSTO^I'ER^aiKl HOTTLE.     ; .    . '   .    .  iome;ol tho foreign markets having l>censapplied  > > tb a s pu ri ou a Wor cesl e rsf h i re Sa u c c, v \ >on tb e wrap-.  .������ : v. r ������������������_ ;l I ibels o f wn f ch 111 e on me s 'o fXe:i and 1*crri ns  ������   ye been forged, L. and 1\ give,uottecthat tliey  : ��������� v e I u rn i sh ed" t Ii o i r c orrc spoud eVit s.' w ith "power oi  ...   sorney to>take instant proceedings against/MANjj-  Name on  Wrapper,' La-bel, I Bottle, .���������and  ���������'"'.    Stopper.  ; ,:'.,...>.   ^ ..;,..,   %  Wholesale and for export by tbe proprietors/ Wo;,--.  ��������� -pester;. Crosse & Black well, ' Lgiuhia,-iic.',. &c.; /and  iiy ClroccrK and Oilmen universally. ..  COME ALONG WITH YOUR CASH  \$& AND GET BARGAINS. ^Z  my9  NOTICES,  son  [Successors to D. Kurtz <fc Co.,]  IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN  T  Goods and Clothing.  CLINTON   EXTRA   FLOUR.X-  ���������TKTOTICE IS UERESr;6ivfeb^!l>liens  *-* X resident wiibin:>|l;fe!-;ft6y[aoC^%!.^,  Colombia who may frejdesirous;of ;be6oinjng  natural ized British Sulrjec(sj; "tb at*, "ri pf to; ihe  1st day of July. 1874; tbe law^f ;Bi:it.isli; Ck)  Inmbia. as to Naturalization.^will.���������Tomaffrjn  force, by which law only,&ne-yfear^ Vesidenpe  wil bin tbe Province is: required' ttt'enaole.; an  Alton to obtain Uie'rights'of a British; Subject/  On and.after tbe tstJdiiyjWf'jjrly/IS^^ tjie  1 a w of C a n act a, respee tin's: Al i'ens; will com*'  into op era tion In t h is Provi'n eel .by wh icjh I aw  a residence of three years iii the Dominion/of  Canada is required- tfefoH ah"Alien fedn he  naturalized.     ��������� ��������� -: - 'y.^\ ���������"<> ���������   '''"X  ff-'   ���������������������������  '.  ST PAR LA ���������ERJ&E^  etrangers bnb.itant��������� bv ProviiirM de J#  Colombie Britnnhiqii^.; desjr^.iix.d^trejnalu;,  ratiee eomme Snjel^BpitanmqiJe^,:^;-:,-,;;.^/'���������'  (_ue jn s q u 'a u.." ler d \i in q is d e J. j i.i 1 let.;; 1874.  la loi de la Colonie/cle$!nvpolonibi^J3iufaJv-  niqne eoncernaiit la^iaturaHsaYiritr^esietrati.  jrera ivslera en farce,'V'fP)'t\l^:*-$$*$}$������.OT' ���������  Alp^intments^  Provincial Secretary's Office  f-.ffiiff^f^'^rn'XlST&fr  '  .(' His Excellency /tbe .Lieutenant;Governor  has been-.���������.���������pleased/to .appoint the.following  gentlemen "tofhe CoUectors n rider the'-'prn/  visions of the "Qnalifica tion and Registration  of Voters Act; 1S7_ ^:���������' " ; -��������� : - "f   ;  Electoral Districtof Victoria City���������R/Wooda,  .."',' Ss|./ f:fit.Xfy-'r<fyyy.f]  Electoral tiisiricf of Victoria District��������� James  :>.j ; Mcllmoyle, Ekq/: /   -. fff- >'*; :ff}  Electoral District of; Esquimalt^ J; G; Viuter,  ^/I^q,V;;/;^//';:-;-'-/i^;/V^/:^!^ ..:;::;  RlectoVal District of Cowicbari4-Saltf Spring  ��������� Island Polling Divisioil, F.'Foonl, Ksq..  Cowlcban Polling::: Division, ArcbibW  -'^Dods/Etti/' ';;���������. fffi.f ��������� -  Electoral District'of NanaitBp--T. L;F.iwcelt,  /." /Esq;:-;/;-u r f :-'- '''.-ff f    ' py/Vfif  Electoral District ol Coinox���������R. H. Piddock,  :;;;-- Esq.'/;;...;';. ���������  . "���������':;.; :/,; //���������' ';.;" ;   ;  Electedj/nijjti'Tct of .^wjWeslminsteiCity--  ��������� ;^qSq)l������iitis^Peele,;-|Isq^V^;:; , '..���������.,',..*pp.'  Electorai*bfs,iriei of..'"������������������ New.'���������."Westm'hisferDi.v  vr .... trict^fljMiTiird ������ Inlet -JRojlin^ Division,  ���������pfX j\ in a 111 a n M i I ler ��������� l������>q. . N f������w West in i n^ti*r t  sand NoHlifArmrPblling^^iyisHjnH. Adol-  ;v'V> ph|J^ I*������ol.������V"?.5f?V|.;,=l������������������ iC|i.1.^'l?������,���������V,^eX'..������**-l.Sw*  IBM  wgm  T  \'fV  ������%M  ;���������/������?���������; {A11 Goods of tlio Best Quality i  Lowest Prices.''  Darker.life Miiy9. v  aiul at tb������-  rois nnnets (3) dans la'.P|ii.������saii.ee flu Canada  est vxucee, avaut qu:'iia ef ranger puis-e el r\*  naturalise,      .?������''.,: fi'ttslsffl ft/mf*?  mv9 6m  * RR'preparnl rto furnish Lumber at tlielrJMillj,  JX   WUlium Crock-, or deliver it to order: e'  LUMBER DELIVERED 0^ LIGHTNING  ���������i  Havlns; a Planing Machine [in. .operation! ibi'y wi  also luraish ...   .    f.t./     ..��������� .   ?  LUMBER  'satis *ac tory rates.  tPro v i n c i a 1' Bee rein ry's Office,  27th April, 1874.  Tbe following copy of a letter from the  Hon. Mr Til ley to., the Hon. Mr DeCosmos.  with reference to the proposed Dominion aid  town rd ������ t be -co n s I r uc I io n. ,o. fa G ra v i ng Doc k  at E^quim'ttU (w)iich letter'bavin ir been in is!  laid was omitted in thepubjislu'dcorruspond.  eivce placed before the Legislative Assembly)  ia herewith published I'orgi-neraj inforirjatiotii  JOIJNrVSil, .  ���������   .   . . ..Pro.viucKil Sect eta ry. i  Dkak Si a.���������With reference to thc conver-  ������a t io i i , I It act wi (by on; resp e c tt rt j* the :Dp ra i a-  ion ������td towards the Graving Dock, and your  a put I oa tion. to the. Minister- '.'of. I'm blic; VVork.s  ���������: upon the subject, I have consulted njy eol-|  le.^iies. aiid we ac*> prepared to submit io  r.??-lnujient a  proposition to the i'ollovvin������*  e0Vet:        ,  ri hat ift lien of the interest on ������100,000 for  f or j y,et i iv. w hlch was se c it red by the T we llth  Section of Hi e Orel er i u. Co it n ei I o f Ju !y... 1 st.  1 a70,.w<��������� propose   that  adyanpes should ,he  nifule to von from >ime to time upon  eertiti-  ��������� ea?**? i������t i he p ro# ress of (be wc������r 1c. nolo u tbe  whole to exceed ������50,000 sterling. ?:������v;  I have, ccc,   ;        .; '      i  (Si,w(!)   &, h. TllLZY.    I  The Hon. Mr DkCo3.vios, M P.,  Drink your Tea and  Cofiee without Milk ?     'WHEN*  lXj  i ..  ff\HE   PIONEER -MILKMAN,' who is ai his  LJL. old, stand on . .     ;. ��������� .     ...  ;- LIGHTNING   CREEK,  Is prepared to simply SItIk to Miner.--..it tUefr Cabins  nt 75 Cents, ancl'to Holl-Ls at 50 Cents per  Gallon.       -'. mvie ���������  ... ���������..*-...    ���������.... .*���������  The $1,000,000 Loan   .  won't ixtkrfPrjc with  ��������� XASADIAI PACIFIC' EAJLB5AD  TEE31INU'"S -ST'oRE,  ; .. Quesnelnicutli, B.C.,  Whevo there are still phnty of the-best -brands of  ttritiaii C'jluuioia  FLOUR. :  LILLOOET BEANS of 1873,  f And other Farm Produce, at VEKY* LOW KATES.  ��������� ��������� ���������. Also, a gen tral ii'ssortinent of  groceries;'.  dry goods,  boots &. shoes,  .^A^WArt������;aad'DrtUGS.:'-  ^^���������.Coininissitviij Si������ir!tgc an,! I'^rwarsUiig.b.uHinc.sa  ilonc ut n'asonabU* ratvs.  PIJR'DIB IN tifi:W$ffiw\^  ���������:     4'J< y In ui bi.'i, w o 11 nynxieu-Ugj era naii^sisjen.  Deutsciren.  weld ye] bea.bftiicii tigffnvif&gi is,cjvt* ���������  Burner zu wer.Oen. .'D^^d^^i^^^^'.^  welches tun en Aufenihajf yon-pne,in;,J]abfe"jiu  der. Prowinz. verlungt. um .di^/Jle^ht.&i^be-  kommen, eiig ��������� \*o11rr ��������� ill.11Ver':5?n, wer.dvfjHrnjir  bis xum ersten.juii��������� lS'l/t^'irt:;Jvrjijjfcf.bje*I*t,*i*-.y.:-:-|'  Von (1 em e t ste ri Ta jre, a b.: d vi. m o n at a .--J ii I ji,  * i874,-Tritt d;.JS. Canad;i?iche>Gesetg:*Ani::ffrj\ft<  w  C  .en  J..0: Boolji; Es*Ck  ^Rlect'U'anDisinciMif/Yale- ^de *nnd Hops  / a polling; DivUtbntff AV.''Pe-uJjn'������*:������Eyq:-   '  f,H iv11^3?ticiiV:'l?<it! i?%*i ^>Visloin/.^1 ^������^fe^ Coxon,  yi^f y .-Pf-fifi.*.-,.- -.���������' ������.-: /..  Cacive Creek^Pblling Division, X Gump-  .;/., ,;Kaniloop^lfoltlinsr I>Jy^ion.;L Boyd, :lj!sn;  /&Nicc)hi Litke Fo]|ing'Diyisioiif.J/Clap|i('i\  ;; tqn,( ������fq.A< ;_ .������.'.". ; .' *��������� ;*/. '  "' ''pkannprftii I^^lm?t>iVi^bn.,Fint^Ut;KKj.  ������������������-'��������� ��������� it������ ���������ek Creej^ ^olliugn^y i^iop, pairing ton  .>.,-' ���������v/'PrIc'er;E^qH'///';y-:::%,- .���������/���������  Electoral- i)is;trict of Liilonef:-e''Li! looet Poll*  '7! V1."-: U.';������: v^w?������ Js5t ������^j^.^,.K^l^K ;.:;, , i(ig^ivi.4iori'.^/W. Smirh/E^q. ���������������������������'-���������/>'-���������������������������  velcnes ,inen ^nUmt^^n^i^^n^n //;.';:CGlfimjrt-^ViihijM>?vi^i,i^:C::i>!���������K^ %  ^nghseluT Burner*.f.^^ a:.^;vrgi{tnie.-^q:/;^;^^A'JV^ /*-;;:^-  OFYOTEES^m        The 'attention, of. all /EleCtors^inrflie ^;Ero.  v 1 ncf% who������p. n-a tii<*s���������' n ow si |> p eav o u ;m oro 11li.tt n  one 1Jcoristvr. is ca 1 led Io- j he/ loi 16vving<.<BeC  I inn s of the a or. v^ Ac t-. v Va^ :; 1/7' ti nil 1 for w h ici j  t. u k 11 a wa y f ro i ��������� ������*u c! t J|i ectj >-r> * i h ;t - - tf^li t; ol  voting, nnd provide a |>enalLv;on thnWUvhn  voto i f t hei r.u u m es appear oa in o re' th a h one  Regiblei*.  ���������'my3 Sm  _A3.   RE ID.  Success to tlie vt Sentin  ALSO TO THE  MO,  c&!">'5  ^  'AT   LAST-" CHANGE;  Where a������ uhuaI i.lrncf-t/rvtTythirijf. can. Uo hou_tit ;il  -... ���������..-.    1'ij^iior.j.tf.' pn'pf.'ii.  i5^��������� All ..khiils of Brass Work ttoitss,nst. n>n <h  n!y3 ���������"'/.' ti-jife' ftiOTaiiEn.  Bv command:- //" if~>i*->'nf ft?"-'  ������������������      ���������'      ;./^-;;r;>-JOH^VASHv-  .Provincial S^cretaryfs Oflltre} *; ���������fflr uf.\--.'V -  . April 17,1S74.;!:.,/; ~{ltf 1:-//h������^;''/^  *; Any "person ..whose i������iun.e 'Is/o.n't-htviRojriBr  u t e r o t Vo t<������rs o f I w o' or m o re" El eci o ra I Dis!;  * ��������� trie fs; who; t h r������*e ni o n .1 lis a ft er': tl) e - passi n ������  " of this Act. snail permi fc I \i la ������������������ n a in e.s to;} t^roai ri ]  ���������'' on more Mian one legiste.iv fshiill'lha^euKJ  " riprli! to vote al. any election'of vi Meijibei^ to  ���������rstu.ve in the Legislative Assembly; rind if  *' such person,-after the expirnfionrii'f such  ���������' tluee months, shall vote while his name rh-  u. in ti ins on the .Eegistef'' ot mm& fihmi rinH  " Kleiit ora 1   D 1st ri et.-; ;he shall; be 1 iabI������ to a  -' ps������iia\ty, of tifi.,y d<r 1 hit's, to be ratiom_red in a  ��������� * su m rn ar y ��������� w s iy be f<) r^e an y/ Jus t i Ce of ��������� th e,  ,: 'Peace./ and in default, of  payrni'nt I her oof.  Kte^orai'District of Cm ibp^^liiclifi^Ui Pull  '���������  vjjinKiDivi^innj;. Jjunef? Lu^ls������iy/i>^tj; ���������   v  ���������'   : Llglitniajf Polling ;Division. :Satiuie).:tAr-  :fp,;!,;r:.cliei^Esq.;���������/:-.. ^.-:f ff.:     i:f'f-fft.  f't Q ti esn el nit>Ui h Po I li tig Di v isl on / A'.; Bnr-  " ���������..���������  Jo-iv. Esq.. 't'r:jX:i:'X:" "f-fff^  ���������'''2 ''. Willhirnr Lak</ 'Polling :��������� Division,;. ;W������.  ffff; Pfuctibf'diKivsri! .       /   ^ '  /   '.'*  ;/.;' ^ki-������le^r/?ekfe^ We,'  ,-���������= y^j^yyyiiyyy^.^y.y���������������,:���������;, x  -.-/. ���������Omiaeca:Po.llinsr;pivision/F. I'-ago,--Baq-  -"��������� ������������������'.'���������   'rnv9.       .';;,.:/ iij'fi :���������',  y-wm  1  Pi  Ottawa.-  ray 30  ' FGTIGE,-:  In the matfer of ih������ Esfaie and Sffeefs of  EDWARD II. KIMBALL, deceased.  4 LI* P-EH SOWS WHO ARE tNMfBTED  " V:%.  -.U������   t;M*- hlmVi:   IvSl.itO  :ifi.'.   rvq'.l'W'iUl   Lu   p.ty ' tJjri  iiiijo'aat?*. *iiiit* ,liirMjv.i;lj; nit: I ;.J1 or.?c{i.-; w.!k/Ij.svfj  ������������������jny CU h:>.c rtp������.S������?t if?u .-:ii>i EMato ar *. n��������� cjjii r:��������� ��������� ( I r.  ." im in tl cir Jiccnnr:-'. .inly prurcU. on or wofortj  rliv 1st dav ol" Julv, 1S7-I, t-j  ClfAS.  15. POOT.KY,  <WiCi::l A*Jiuini_tr.itjr. ;  ���������Oi!0-( Vjct^rh. IU Jijiril: 1374, '     )  "7S  to  ; shall   he li������ prisoned for any tu rah'not ex  4 cueding one month. ::���������  c l IS.  Ko  p.'*vho n " iy hose name is., ,'q n  th f  ' R e gi s ter o f Vo to rs f o i* ji u K\ o c 1.0 r a I ! Jf s t r ic t  *. s h a It se n d i r i h i p c Ta i m i o'. v o ,& ��������� t ? i n n v, o the r  ��������� Elector 1 Diptripr/iinlii heslmll havo.crmsed  his  no mo  to bo.renjm'ed Ji'������nj such Regis  let*; an d i / a i i y p e rso u' sh; > 11 act c oil I ra Vy: to  the provisions of" this section, he shall, for-  f^'it ftftd pay a sum, oTmoney not fxctn^]ni������:  ft! ty  cf������ 1.1 hrs..' to  he.' n������cowjr<ui ��������� -before any  J oh! ice of j hePehce/tir in dehtnl lot, pny-  " ment jIhm'coI' shall be. imp vanned,for any  " term uot exceeding one month/'  my))      \   ,  ���������/ X-Xif ���������.-'!   Provinoiid Secretary's Ofllce, .���������;  i:f\Xijff ;������������������;/��������� 4tli April lsf^l.,./;:.: ���������;  ;-/rti3 ^Exceliency;,;the Lleiitena.h^Gevern^r  in Councit has beeti p 1 **$**&\  to apj������o'u11?; t11n  following gentlemen; to  be Trustees _i of 'tho  C,acbe,i.Cree]?'Uoavdinp:School; .'   .. ���������/-/ : ,.  The .Han. C. F. Corxw.vu*, ^-'r-  .-' J '.:, /-������: JAMKS.CAMenKM..^q,! "5     /.���������f'.fiffJ  jr,,/oC;,A,:8KSiLlN;1^q;:'MvP^:,..' :/..,,^-^  , f. 'Piin-iJ' Pabkk. 'K-q. if ���������������������������'������������������' t  . i, ���������..: ;.,,".    ������������������'. .Pi o vl n ci a I .Secreta f v *s 01fiee������   ' ���������  ,- ~ " 21st: April.,187L ;  ��������� ��������� >f '-,,>  ������������������ His Excellency the Jjieutemint-Goveruor  has been pleiis������,d'*to appniiu John' BaiSoook  ���������fjirvilr.Ti. l<>q..:to be Curouvr for that  portion  ���������f the Cassiar Country adjaconL to tlio SUeko< n  liiver. ������������������������������������: ,-, ���������- .- ������������������  i.  M  o  I  i  '".*������������������       ^    Provincial Secretary's Oflfcfv  : . .���������  "   . 2d April, 1074.  The Lienterlnnt Governor in Council hna  been pleased to appoint the Won. Provihciiil  Secretary to be Minister of Mines, ngreentil)  to the provisions of' the '��������� Minister of'Minfe  Act, 1^74:J 'mvHO  '  ���������  m  ���������  ���������  ���������i  IS  ilil  HSii  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Slg  Express  Pt 51  LEA7ES DAUK-2SRVILLB DAILY at 3 A.M  '      .axo  LIGHTNING .CUKKK AT> RM.  BF  o  IWftjr^ $J. ���������>(.); for the round trip, SS.  Freight taken at tov/ rate*.  apl2  N&W WAY.SJDE H^'  NEAU POUt; AtKXANDJUA.  TUB    tJNDFRSIGXKf)'   WILL    OPMN   A  *    IVay pH*������ M'.ijsiv ii'-;o'. K������*w. A lev-i in ler,  ;i,.|   th<������  I'i<m 'Liif'-:, (������ii U  STABLING  p!:ir.(; furni'Tly kuovvrt ;������.'- I'.ifm -luffy mi Ut iSovJinb.-r  GOOD  fcli. U   kV iLvUO J .     '    wil . a. 11   M.(:!\%y.EJJ.  JOTICEf TS "HEI1156V  GIVEN, that  IT.is  Exciilipncy.   the   G.'>yiunorGrnenil   in  Conned has. heui pleased, by  und   with   Ihn  nd vice of his Privy Coun cil, to disallow the  A c t ��������� p n������^ed o n 11 je 2��������� Is t d ay o f Fe b ru ary,187 J������  ii t II u led ps f o 1 Jo vv s. v Va. :  '*An Act 'to authorise one Jn.efice of tho  Pence to !do why act. mutter, or thing' hereto-  fo re to b e d o ne by t w o 3i\ s 11 c i������s o f' t he Pe nee.  and .to jrive an appeal to Courts ot General  or Qnnrter Si\ssions,.,JI <  Dated 1 Sih April. IS74-  Dy command.  JOHN ASM.  rnvBO Provincial Secretary;  Sffl3?


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